"The Future" Chris Styles vs. TFW Lightweight Champion Josh Matthews ended in a double pin. Referee Chris P. Fryes was injured and referee Andy Camps had come to the ring to take over. Both referees made the 3 count, and both Styles' & Matthews' shoulders were down. There was a disagreement between the two referees as to who the winner and Champion was. The TFW General Manager held up the belt and said the matter would be settled the following week in a ladder match.
Mason vs. Chop vs. LSD was ruled a no contest when Hittman interfered.
TFW Champion Jay Webster managed to defeat Suicide.
"Big Daddy" Neno defeated Hittman.
The TFW General Manager then set up a match between Neno and Jay Webster for the belt at the next show. He said that Neno deserved the shot since he is undefeated in TFW, and that it was time Webster proved he was worthy of being TFW Champion.
"DC" David Cross was talking with fans during intermission and was attacked by Shawn Reed. This went into the ring and a referee ran in to officiate, but the match was eventually thrown out. It took several minutes to separate them, and Reed challenged DC to a LOSER LEAVES WRESTLING match the following week, which DC accepted. The General Manager reluctantly agreed to make the match, saying that there was apparently not room in TFW for both DC and Shawn Reed, who have been involved in a bitter feud for weeks.
The Asylum defeated Syn & DJ Stunner by DQ.
Neil "The Real Deal" Taylor defeated "Bad Attitude" Tony Dabbs in a street fight by choking him out with a belt. After the match the TFW General Manager ordered a match for this Friday night: Taylor vs. Dabbs in a fan's lumberjack strap match - 16 fans will be selected to be around the ring and beat Taylor & Dabbs with belts if they leave the ring.
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