Last Saturday night Pro Wrestling Battleground returned to Wilebsky’s Blues Saloon in St.Paul, MN.
“The King of Throwdown” Venom defeated The Mad Russian in the opening contest.
The PWB Breakout champion Luther Wilson III defeated former Olympic wrestler Chas Betts. Wilson had a lot of help from his manager Ryan Sax. Referee Rob Page totally missed the low blow that Wilson hit on Betts. This was Betts second pro match since he competed in the 2012 London Olympics.
Renny D pinned Udo. After the match Renny D put his shirt on and sat on a chair in the middle of the ring. D then spoke about how there are some wrestlers who don’t give the fans their moneys worth such as the Junk Squad. As he made his way back to the ‘locker room’ the video screens on the side of Wilebsky’s stage showed the Junk Squad attacking Renny D. Good use of the video screens.
Horace the Psychopath defeated “Playboy” Pete Huge in a ‘last man standing’ match. Huge’s Junk Squad partner Chris Jordan came out and attacked Horace but The Prophet chased Jordan back to the ‘locker room’. Horace and Huge hit each other with many weapons but the end came when a metal garbage can was introduced into the ring. Horace power bombed Huge onto the can and it folded around Huge’s torso. Huge was unable to get off the mat because of the can.
The Prophet defeated Chris Jordan.
Darin Corbin pinned Craven Knyte to become the new PWB champion. After ref Rob Page was knocked down Corbin hit Knyte with a ginger snap onto a metal chair. Horace came out after the match to check on Knyte. Corbin then challenged Horace to a match at the next PWB event, which will be the 6th anniversary or Pro Wrestling Battleground.