DOA Ruthless Reputation Results
June 17th Portland Oregon
DOA Tag-Team Championship
The Chaos Theory (Drexl & Udo w/Karleena Gore) vs. The Co-Best (Damon James & Kellen Raeth w/Al Tubbs Esq. & Johnny Paradise)
What better way to kick off a show than with a tag-team championship match. This match was exciting throughout as The Chaos Theory looked to win the tag-team championships from the The Co-Best. As usual, this match would feature Drexl turning to his unorthodox and demented ways to attempt to gain an advantage. During the closing moments of the match, Al Tubbs would involve himself by jumping up on the ring apron which would prompt Karleena to run over and knock him off. Kellen noticed Karleena’s attack on Tubbs and in response drug Karleena into the ring and kneed her in the head then proceeded to toss her to Damon who give her a “Last Ride” style powerbomb, driving her full strength and full force into the mat. With Damon and Kellen focused on an unconscious Karleena, Udo would take advantage of the time and as Kellen tried to pin him, Udo small packaged Kellen scoring the pinfall for his team thus winning the DOA Tag-Team Championship for The Chaos Theory. After the match Karleena would be carried out by Drexl.
“Top Choice” Todd Royce (w/Instig8tor) vs. Dominik Hess
This match was all about Todd Royce trying to teach some respect to up-and-comer Dominik Hess. Before the match began, Todd would give Dom a public lecture in front of the DOA fans about his ways. Once the match started, Dom would put up as much of a fight as he could against the massive Todd Royce. Near the end of the match, Istig8tor would distract Dominik which would lead to Royce putting Dom into a devastating Boston Crab in which Dom would be forced to submit. After the bell rang however Royce refused to let go of Dom even with the referee pulling on him trying to get him to let go. Instig8tor would come in at this point and shove the referee then would proceed to toss him out of the ring. After the ref got back to his feet, he would reverse the decision awarding the victory to Dominik. This would upset Royce and in his fit of rage would grab the ref, who was now checking on Dom, and would toss him a second time out of the ring before finally leaving.
Eric Right vs. CJ Edwards
This match began with Eric Right coming out to the ring acting blind with a cane and sunglasses to mock the injury CJ Edwards received from the fireball Eric threw at him in May. CJ would then rush the ring which would send Eric scrambling to the outside to avoid a beat down. Once Eric got back in and the match officially started, CJ was all over Eric. All he wanted was to get revenge on Eric for the fireball. The match would come to and when Eric would catch CJ with a piledriver and score the pinfall. Eric wasn’t done there however, he continued the beat down after the match and would deliver two more piledrivers to CJ which would result in CJ being carried out of the ring.
3-on-2 Handicap Match
The Morality Squad (Draven Vargas & Srg. Mike Everest) vs. The Thrupple (Pat Large, Caden Cassidy, and MJ)
This was an important match for The Thrupple, if they lost the match, they would have to disband. Ending this unholy threesome was Draven Vargas’s ultimate goal, and to ensure he could get the job done, he recruited border patrol Sgt. Mike Everest as his partner. Vargas knew he could count on Everest’s size and moral views to aid him in his battle. Everest didn’t disappoint either, he would help Vargas dominate a large portion of the match. During the final moments, Everest would attempt to squash MJ against one of the ring posts on the outside of the ring. Cassidy would then sacrifice himself to save MJ by shoving her out of the way and taking the splash from Everest. Everest would toss Cassidy back into the ring who would then be pinned by Vargas to end the match and thus end the team known as The Thrupple.
#1 Contender for DOA Grand Championship
Johnny Paradise (w/Co-Best & Al Tubbs Esq.) vs. Wade Hess
Johnny Paradise would come to the ring followed by his groupies Co-Best and Al Tubbs. After Hess got into the ring and before the match started, Paradise would do something unexpected, he would eject Kellen, Damon, and Tubbs from ringside himself. This decision gathered a lot of support from the fans at ringside, erupting in applause and cheers at the sight of The Co-Best going to the back. The match between Hess and Paradise was hard fought and honorable, with each competitor showing why they deserve to be the #1 Contender to the Grand Championship. At one point during the match, The Co-Best would reemerge through the curtain and make their way to the ring. They would then get into the ring to consult Paradise who wasn’t very happy to see them. As Paradise would turn his back to Kellen and Damon to focus his attention back on Hess, The Co-Best and Tubbs would proceed to attack Paradise and Hess. After a beat down of both competitors, The Co-Best left and the referees would attempt to help Hess and Paradise to their feet. Once up, Paradise and Hess would shake hands before making their way to the back.
3-on-2 Handicap Match
4 Minutes Of Heat (“Rockgod” Ricky Gibson, Eddie VanGlam, & Sandy Cole) vs. The Repaired (Dr. Luther & Ravenous Randy)
Ricky Gibson and his band members Eddie VanGlam and Sandy Cole would make their way to the ring. Ricky wasn’t coming out to wrestle, he was coming out to get some stuff of his chest and speak his mind about his problems with Quiz. Suddenly the music of The Repaired hit and before long Dr. Luther and Randy Myers would make their way to the ring. They would proceed to challenge all three members of the band to a handicap match witch would quickly be made official and would begin. It was a back and forth contest but in the end, The Repaired would overcome the odds and pick up the victory.
DOA Pure Championship
Dr. Kliever vs. Julian Whyt
The DOA Pure Championship match was one of the most exciting matches of the night with Julian Whyt and Dr. Kliever fighting over one of the top championships in the Northwest. These two laid everything on the table in an attempt to take home the belt. Unfortunately for the competitors, time wasn’t on their side. With only seconds left before the 15 minute time limit expired, Kliever would hit Whyt with an Autopsy but the bell would ring before the three count could be made, ending the match in a draw. Due to this, Whyt would retain the Pure Championship.
DOA Grand Championship
HBQ Quiz vs. Mike Santiago
The main event was a match that had high expectations as Quiz and Mike Santiago have had many amazing matches in the past, so everyone knew that what they were about to see was going to be great. Like all their matches in the past, this match didn’t disappoint, it was full of hard hits and near falls that kept everyone on the edge of their seats. In the end, Mike would hit Quiz with a devastating knee to the face that would knock Quiz out long enough for Mike to score the pinfall and retain the Championship. After the match, Ricky Gibson and the 4 Minutes of Heat would surround the ring with Santiago and Quiz inside still. For a minute, it looked like Santiago and Quiz were going to make a stand as a team once again. Just as everyone thought they were going to get a Pulp Fiction reunion, Mike showed his true colors and abandoned Quiz in the ring to fight Ricky’s band on his own. The 4 Minutes of Heat would then destroy Quiz as for about four minutes, they would beat the hell out of Quiz including choking him out with the ring ropes Ricky had ripped down. After they had done enough and left, members of the locker room would come out to the ring to help aid Quiz. Quiz wasn’t about to be carried out of the ring though. Even after the beating, Quiz would push everyone away and attempt to leave the building on his own two feet.
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