“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on recent television shows. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post.
* This was PWS Wrestling’s “Season Finale” on WLNY, but future episodes will air on the company’s website. PWO coverage will continue, so stay tuned!
– Sam Roberts’ backstage interview with Kevin Matthews touched up on his attacker, now branded as simply “Helmet.” Matthews brought the aggression and said he’d eventually get his hands on his stalker. Jake “The Snake” Roberts walking in telling Matthews to keep his eyes on the prize was a solid set-up to their upcoming one-on-one match.
Hands On The Merchandise
– Starting things off with The Jackson Family outside a restaurant making light of their opponents in the Tag Team Championship gauntlet match that was 24 hours later (The Reynolds Brothers, Team Espana and The Handicapped Heroes) set the point that they weren’t focused on the goal at hand and just wanted to party. As usual, “Shining” Edward Jackson delivered impressive rhetoric that bordered on offensive when it came to Team Espana, but that was the point. Heels doing their heel thing.
Don’t Wear Trench Coats Around Kevin Matthews
– Highlights were shown last week of Fallah Bahh retaining the PWS World Heavyweight Championship against Kevin Matthews thanks to Super Motorcycle Helmet Man. Matthews’ promo brought the right amount of ferociousness, necessary for someone who just got robbed of a Championship victory. Read the rest of this entry
– The hype video for the Matt Macintosh-Mario Bokara feud pretty much summed up the basis for the feud and it fit both guys – tough, outspoken attitudes angry at the other, with Macintosh – obsessed with sending immigrants back to their homeland a la JBL circa 2005, and Bokara – eager to get back his precious Championship gold, blaming anyone who gets in his way.
– The Macintosh-Bokara match – despite the appearance of a diminished crowd and much-too-shaky camerawork, was good. The broadcast team did a great job of explaining the “opposites attract” mesh of styles of the two, and it showed in the ring, as they worked well and kept up an “anything can happen” pace. The Handspring-Turned-German Suplex spot was particularly impressive. Things were especially good down the stretch, as the momentum swung like a pendulum, until Habib From The Car Wash’s music hit, a somewhat believable distraction for Bokara to take advantage of.
– Big Deal Craig Steele continues to tell anyone that his gear costs more than they make in a year. Luckily for us, here came Chris Payne, clearly feeling a line was crossed. This was a good setup of things to come.
– The Payne-Eddie Kingston Tables match was much too short to be anything magical, but both guys took turns tormenting the other and worked in some decent offense. Of course, the newsworthiness lied in the finish, where Steele helped Kingston win the match, hinting at a likely alliance. Seeing these two work together is new and different. We’ll see where it all goes, but this was a good start.
– The Aesthetic Enterprise has benefited from the TV show, with a number of backstage segments dedicated to their charming umbrella antics, with their publicist Jay Enterprise leading the way of self-obsessed Damian Gibbs and hopeless-but-hopeful Beefcake Charlie. They’re an entertaining trio and we got more of that here, with the sense that Beefcake had earned new matching ring gear while Jay and Gibbs cut good promos to hype the next match.
– The Tag Team Championships Fatal-Four way Elimination Tag match between The Aesthetic Enterprise (w/Jay Enterprise), The Reynolds Brothers Reality Check and The Handicapped Heroes featured a little bit of everything, showcasing the work of the well-built division. Reynolds looked good for the brief time they were in there, but were shockingly the first team to go. The Aesthetic Enterprise looked great in the match, eliminating two teams, almost looking as if they could go all the way, but with The Handicapped Heroes on a new push with the Titles, a win wasn’t likely. While Hush getting the best of Jay Enterprise was cutesy leading to the final pinfall, it made The Handicapped Heroes look like they swooped in last second and ran away with the match. They didn’t look the least bit dominant. Monster’s Island coming out to save the Heroes once Aesthetic Enterprise attacked them post-match was a cool moment. Jay was the latest to feel the burn, per se.
– Next week’s show already sounds fun, with matches advertised like Bobby Wayward vs. The Amazing Red vs. CPA vs. The Drunken Swashbuckler vs. “Darewolf” PJ Black vs. Brian XL for the Suicidal Six-Way Title and Kevin Matthews vs. Fallah Bahh for the PWS World Heavyweight Championship.
– The “wrap up” video was another smorgasbord of random entertaining promos, as Dan Maff confidently spoke about putting his On-The-Spot Title Shot Medallion on the line, Gibbs lit an obscenity-laced tirade against Monster’s Island, Mick Foley was amazed by Johnny Howl (or something of that sort), New Jack explained why he chose to back Delroy, Steele bragged about his gear and Payne vowed to get revenge on Steele while “riding at breakneck speed.”
– Mario Bokara def. Matt Macintosh via submission
– Tables Match – Eddie Kingston def. Chris Payne
– Tag Team Championships – Fatal Four-Way Tag Team Elimination Match – The Handicapped Heroes (w/Hush) (Champions) def. The Aesthetic Enterprise (w/Jay Enterprise), The Reynolds Brothers and Reality Check to retain Titles
PWS Top 10 Rankings: 10) Amazing Red, 9) Delroy, 8) Colt Cabana, 7) Starman, 6) Brian Myers, 5) Bonesaw, 4) Matt Macintosh, 3) Dan Maff, 2) Mario Bokara, 1) Kevin Matthews.
Passing Of The Belt
– The Lifeguard Mike Del-Young Trent match was a good way to make Lifeguard look better as he advanced in the first round of the TV Title tournament. The addition of Ashley to his act has a lot of potential, even judging by their “Baywatch”-esque entrance that was good for a laugh, it’ll be fun to see just how far she takes him. Lifeguard has always been somewhat underutilized, so this can only mean good things for his character.
– The backstage segment with “Shining” Edward Jackson and the Jackson family put in perfect perspective Jackson and Bahh’s conflict with Maff and showing the brawl footage during the “Midnight Jury” podcast was a perfect way to make this feud even better. Jackson remains an excellent talker and pretty much sold the main event all on his own.
– The Tag Team Championship match between The Handicapped Heroes and The Reynolds Brothers was a culmination of just what the tag division has to offer. This match was building up for a while now and firmly lived up to the hype. Both teams worked well together and we saw just why the tag division in PWS remains one of the stronger points in the company. This was the perfect time for the Heroes to get on top of the division as fan reaction continues to improve for them. The conflict with the Reynolds could be something to follow down the road.
– Maff’s backstage promo was very passionate, as it should be before a big match with a rival opponent. He was clearly focused on the championship and it set up the match well. It almost felt like he could win the championship here.
– Mario Bokara’s backstage promo was also very strong. His side of the match had him focused on getting over his self-perceived “screwjob” and he was also someone to watch headed into the match. On that note – hearing from everyone but Bonesaw – the guy who was only champion for 15 seconds before getting it taken away from him did some damage to his character, as it made it look like he was just there for kicks and had no particular focus.
– The PWS Championship Four Corners match between Bahh, Maff, Bonesaw and Bokara topped off the show in brilliant fashion, as it was very good, especially down the stretch. All four men made that belt look quite prestigious. The way Bahh won was also a good finish, as he more or less stole Maff’s pin and finished off Bonesaw. It makes the viewer think: if these three guys can’t knock off Bahh, who can?
– The drawing segment for the on-the-spot Title shot rumble was decent hype for the match with good use of CPA’s character as the “go-to” guy with the numbers and his nervousness more or less made it what it was in terms of humor.
– Television Title First Round Tournament Match – The Lifeguard Mike Del (w/Ashley Massaro) def. Young Trent via pinfall to advance
– Tag Team Championships – The Handicapped Heroes (w/Hush) def. The Reynolds Brothers (Champions) via pinfall to become new Champions
– World Heavyweight Championship – Four Corners Match – Fallah Bahh (Champion) def. Mario Bokara, Dan Maff and Bonesaw via pinfall to retain
Who Does Number Two Work For?
– The chemistry between Sam Roberts, Katarina Leigh and David Adams has gotten tighter over the weeks and they do a good job of discussing the storylines and other aspects of the characters. They all bring something different to the table and it just works.
– The PWS World Tag Team Championships match between The Handicapped Heroes (w/Hush) and The Reynolds Brothers was quite solid. The promo by the Handicapped Heroes put over themselves and Hush, who was deaf and in the PWS Training Facility. They played the inspirational team here, as it seemed the crowd was for them the whole match. Nonetheless, Reynolds Brothers added another team to their defeated list, continuing their great build as serious Tag Champs.
– The Suicidal Six-Way Title match with The Amazing Red, Lifeguard Mike Del, Brian XL, Ricochet, Shynron and Tony Nese was the best six-way to date on the show, as everybody more or less had “highlight reel”-esque moments and anybody had a shot at winning. A bit lengthier than usual worked out for everyone. It’d be nice to feature these matches more often as it has become a PWS staple.
– Highlights were shown of the match between Kevin Matthews and Brian Myers and the controversial ending. Comments from both men were hyped for next week. Good progress.
– The interview with Matt Macintosh in front of a “government facility” previewed a video package of Macintosh abducting Habib From The Car Wash and taking him to his home country of Pakistan. Him walking around the Pakistan streets aimlessly was just strange, even as he washed cars and a camel. It didn’t really progress anything.
– A video package recapped Dan Maff’s rise to be number one contender despite not being cleared to compete, pinning PWS Champion Fallah Bahh clean and with the random insertions of fire in the package,we’re reminded of what he does to save lives and kept him topic of conversation. Comments from him and Bahh were hyped for next week, which also progresses their eventual showdown.
– Hyping the AJ Styles-Rob Van Dam match with Special Guest Referee Jerry Lynn as a “surprise main event” was cool for the show we were watching, but considering who’s in the match, wouldn’t hype from last week have helped more? Viewers definitely would’ve tuned in if they heard of this. Considering the ending though, it makes sense to not hype it. That was bitterly disappointing to end the match like that, but the moment did decently set up Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson of the Bullet Club to help Styles before Tommy Dreamer helped the ECW Originals clean house. This may lead to a six-man in the near future perhaps.
– The “wrap up” video package that featured Mario Bokara, Lifeguard Mike Del, Team Espana, The Aesthetic Enterprise and Chris Payne retained the humorous feel this segment is known for while progressing storylines and providing insight into characters. Bokara giving Adams a swirly for being upset at being number two in the PWS Rankings made sense and Beefcake Charlie’s drawings gave us a glimpse into his “hopeful yet hopeless” character. Team Espana still appear insanely one-dimensional kicking anything on the ground like a soccer ball. It was also nice to see Payne not refer to Tessa Blanchard for once.
– World Tag Team Championships – The Reynolds Brothers (Champions) def. The Handicapped Heroes to retain
– Suicidal Six-Way Championship – The Amazing Red def. Lifeguard Mike Del, Shynron, Brian XL, Tony Nese and Ricochet to retain
– Special Main Event – AJ Styles and Rob Van Dam to a Draw; 20-minute Time Limit Exceeded
– The opening video that highlighted the intense weeks-long Kevin Matthews-Brian Myers feud was good for what it was. This was one of the “sleeper” feuds that might’ve fell under the radar, so it was good to start off the show with it, because a lot has happened between the two.
– The on-screen chemistry between David Adams and Sam Roberts came across better this week. Roberts’ sarcastic delivery was more crisp and funny here.
– The stuff with Eddie Kingston and Chris Payne was one of the better spots on the show. Their backstage segment did its job in terms of setting up their match as Payne caught Kingston scrolling through photos of Tessa Blanchard, his “manager.” Payne was more of a face here, out to defend Blanchard – maybe over-obsessively but still gentleman-like – as it was established that Kingston was a pervert who was obsessed with “banging” her, which made him the sleazy heel. Plus, why are so many segments taped in the bathroom?
– The Kingston-Payne match was okay as it already had a storyline with Kingston distracted by Blanchard and Payne as the face, defending his manager. The mystery around Payne and Blanchard’s relationship is also interesting. We’ll see where it leads. She played into the finish as Kingston pushed him into her in the corner and school boy pinned him and pulled the tights. Seemed to be a match to further things more and nothing wrong with that. Payne is on the rise, but you also can’t argue with talent the caliber of Kingston’s.
– The Reynolds Brothers promo aimed at The Untouchables and on their previous successful Tag Team Title defenses was decent mic work. They should let them talk more often, as it seems they do have personalities behind all that in-ring tag team pizazz. Let us get to know them more. That’s how fans can truly invest.
– The Untouchables promo on their “three man tag team” advantage and keeping which of the three would be the team that competes for the Tag Titles a mystery was good for what it was. They’re basically the “angry team,” which works. It would be Bobby Wayward and Anthony Bowens fighting by drawing straws on stage.
– The Tag Team Championship match with Wayward/Bowens and Reynolds Brothers wasn’t anything too special, but the Reynolds Bros have looked good in recent weeks and this was more of the same. It seemed like while The Reynolds were successful, they just took advantage of a backfired attempt by Wayward/Bowens to use the Belts as weapons. They could’ve looked stronger in victory, but this is obviously unfinished business.
– Did they need to hype the show that happened the day before multiple times? Big show? Yes it was, but also an outdated one by that point.
– It was good to at least see some variety in the Monster’s Island vignette, as this was more Western-styled.
– The bathroom promo with Beefcake Charlie and Damian Gibbs on getting revenge on Monster’s Island was decent work from the guys you call The Aesthetic Enterprise.
– The impromptu formation of CPA – the socially awkward business man, a hilarious gimmick – and Vampire Warrior (the former Gangrel) as a tag team called Death and Taxes was pretty good. Highlights of their tag match with Gibbs and Beefcake Charlie with Jay Enterprise was decent from what little they showed. CPA’s bottom-rope splash was pretty hilarious and fits his gimmick perfectly.
– The Monster’s Island ice cream themed promo was strange yet entertaining.
– The PWS World Champion Mario Bokara-Bonesaw feud hype video was good yet dramatic. The match for the Title between them was announced for next week. Good stuff.
– Fallah Bahh vs Drunken Swashbuckler vs Dan Maff vs Colt Cabana was also announced next week as a four corners match.
– The Bokara hype video of him training was brief, but very good in getting “The Croatian Sensation” over. Similar to the vignette aired earlier in the TV series.
– The Macintosh promo towards Habib From The Car Wash was great, as they needed to make it a personal feud now worth a main event.
– The Macintosh-Habib match started off decently, but some of the camerawork was incredibly pathetic. Why would they stick to the hard camera on the ring when the action spilled to the outside? They totally missed a hurricanrana spot. The rest of the match had Macintosh toying with Habib from Habib making a noble comeback to get the win. The following angle with Macintosh claiming Habib violated his green card status and was wrestling illegally, having him maced, handcuffed and deported by a police officer was interesting at best, but kind of questionable from a logical standpoint. We’re asked to suspend our disbelief plenty here. Also, the Suicidal Six Way Title was a big Belt featured prominently and since The Amazing Red won the title, there hasn’t been a match since. What gives?
– Chris Payne (w/Tessa Blanchard) def. Eddie Kingston via pinfall
– Tag Team Championships – The Reynolds Brothers def. Anthony Bowens/Bobby Wayward of The Untouchables via pinfall to retain
– Habib From The Car Wash def. Matt Macintosh via pinfall
PWS Rankings (1/25/15)
1) Bonesaw, 2) Fallah Bahh, 3)Starman, 4) Brian Myers, 5) Kevin Matthews, 6) Dan Maff, 7) Matt Macintosh, 8) Eddie Kingston, 9) Chris Payne, 10) The Drunken Swashbuckler
Touch And Go
– Highlights showed Bonesaw being chased out by The Insane Clown posse after he attacked PWS World Champion Mario Bokara and Colt Cabana. It’s finally reached the point where storylines have begun to progress on the show. Sam Roberts’ interruption of David Adams, who did his TV Studio wrap-up segment was random. Roberts comes off like a mix of Stuart from The Big Bang Theory and Carrot Top. Nothing special about him, even as a heel. Monotone and forgettable.
– Bokara’s promo towards Bonesaw was his same rage-driven, heavy-accented tirade like last week. Is he a face now? Either way, he makes Rusev look like a pushover. Good stuff.
– The promo with The Heavenly Bodies, Fallah Bahh and “Shining” Edward Jackson involved cheesy broom punchlines as Jackson berated a janitor. They pushed for a “clean sweep.” Starman also walked past the camera. How do you go from World Title number one contender to that?
– The American Wolves-Reynolds Brothers Tag Team Championship match was solid and well-crafted. Best thing on the show. The Wolves were painted somewhat as heels and it seemed Adams and Dave D-Struction advocated for The Reynolds. The many near-falls in the match were insanely convincing. If you can check this match out, do it. “The Bad Touch” by The Bloodhound Gang is a strange theme song for The Reynolds, but this was an impressive showing. The sportsmanship displayed between The Wolves and Reynolds was classy, but that set up the emotional impact of the attack by The Untouchables, who dressed in animal costumes in the crowd. This was a good way to debut them on the show and provide some hook into next week. No match was announced though. What slightly hurt this was Adams constantly pointing out The Untouchables were ranked number five in the tag division and weren’t anything to worry about just yet.
– Matt Macintosh’s quest for Habib From The Carwash was entertaining as he was outside the actual Car Wash center. His promo was decent, but with the Suicidal Six-Man Title out of the picture, their feud has suffered, seeing as it is about how Habib “stole” a Belt from Macintosh that Habib no longer even has. It needs more of a personal edge. We’ve also never heard any promos from Habib. He’s shown his skills in the ring, but can he talk?
– Did we need to see the same Monster’s Island hype video that highlighted their appearance from a few weeks back? The same exact attack? Can we see something new from them?
– The backstage segment with Phillip Simon the II with Brother Jesse by the showers about a proposed “baptism” was just strange, especially with David Adams who appeared towel-clad out of the shower, followed by Chris Payne, who emerged from a curtain and threatened Simon, who grinned the whole time. Plus, “I Dropped The Soap” jokes? Really?
– The Payne (w/Tessa Blanchard)-Simon II (w/Brother Jesse) match was okay. It was a lot to take in at once and it seemed Payne was the heel backstage, but a face in the ring. Payne has good promo skills, but what’s his exact gimmick? Is he just a straight-out tough guy?
– Brother Jesse talked bad about Blanchard and told Simon to “turn the other cheek.” Their act is different, but what exactly will it bring to PWS in time?
– The in-ring segment between Mick Foley, Brian Myers and The Jackson Family, and the Insane Clown Posse was a way to set up the 4-on-4 Tag Team Elimination match that followed it, with Foley playing a special enforcer – Cactus Sack (It was around Christmas Time we could assume) The ICP is over, but we’re not sure who they are or what they do. What do they even want? Do they truly have “power”? Edward Jackson was also good on the mic here, as he tore into Foley’s legacy, who retorted about Jackson’s lack of “promo etiquette.”
– The Reality Check/Drunken Swashbuckler-Jackson Family (w/Shining Edward Jackson) 4-on-4 elimination tag was a “brawl” kind of tag match with spots outside of the ring and inside. The most memorable thing to come out of this match was Foley giving Jackson the Mandible Claw after he interfered and pulled the Referee out of the ring before he could count to three when Swashbuckler hit his finisher on Bahh. Bahh looked strong again, and he had assistance from Myers and a Singapore cane.
– The Matthews promo showed him pissed off, throwing various things backstage and ambushing innocent wrestlers training. This made him look like a bully, not a sympathetic figure.
– This week’s “wrap up” promo package featured Johnny Howl, Big Deal Craig Steele, Damian Gibbs/Beefcake Charlie, The Untouchables, Team Espana, Chris Payne and Edward Jackson throwing up in a toilet. It’s a good way to put everything in perspective and hey, it worked for ECW in the 90’s, so why not here? No matches were hyped for next week, but we guess we’ll just tune in and see what happens.
– Tag Team Championships – The Reynolds Brothers (Champions) def. The American Wolves via pinfall to retain
– Chris Payne (w/Tessa Blanchard) def. Phillip Simon II (w/Brother Jesse) via pinfall
– 4-On-4 Tag Team Elimination – Brian Myers and The Jackson Family (w/”Shining” Edward Jackson) def. Reality Check/The Drunken Swashbuckler via pinfall
Pro Wrestling Syndicate has found a new TV home in WLNY/TV 55 and the timing could not be better. In a time where indy world rulers can become WWE and TNA champions within two to four years later, attention should be paid to what’s out there.
Below, you’ll find some random notes and analysis on their television debut episode. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post.
Kudos To The Carwash Man
– The opening montage seemed awfully generic with the music and “fire” on-screen graphics, but it was hard to ignore all the hardcore action and flips and flops. PWS definitely has potential.
– Right off the bat, David Adams had a Joey Styles-like delivery to him. The production studio behind him looked so fake though, which then obviously shifted to a green screen which showed an image of the ring. That aside… Dude can really sell $5 t-shirts.
– Jushin Liger, AJ Styles, Jeff Jarrett, Bret Hart, Great Muta aren’t names to ignore… PWS does have an established background since it started in 2007. The reunion of Lance Storm and Justin Credible as The Impact Players was definitely smart booking in providing nostalgia and helping younger talent get over.
– Not to mention while PWS boasts an indy darling like Colt Cabana, some other gimmicks make you wonder. One in particular was The Drunken Swashbuckler, which was the worst ring name ever, but perhaps fitting for a pirate gimmick. Who knows. On that note, Starman was such a generic-looking luchador. His high-flying skills may be all he has. See more below.
– The Heavenly Bodies-Reality Check tag team match seemed to be the usual for an indie tag; fast-paced and such. The announcers mentioned that the two teams were in “a blood feud,” but it just didn’t come off that way. For all the big names mentioned, it was good to start the show off with PWS-grown talent. Craven Varro of RC definitely got in some exciting offense and there’s definitely potential in the newest installment of THB. There was also a nice heel swerve from the referee as he was apparently with THB all along, stopping before a three count and counting fast to steal the win away from Reality Check. This was a good immediate followup as the announcers alluded to THB having an “official representation” on social media and we found out who it was.
– Kudos for the “Don’t Forget Your Roots” video graphic with general wrestling facts (and H2O of course)
– The concept of the Suicidal Six Way division screams a copycat of TNA’s X-Division with six men fighting one fall to a finish where the champion needn’t be pinned, but it works as a way of having fast-paced action and getting many guys time to shine on the card. This match – which featured Habib From The Carwash – yes, a real character who sprayed the ropes as he entered them – was shockingly much over with the crowd as defending champion. Also in the mix were Amazing Red, Brian XL, Big Mason (BJ Whitmer if he was more muscular and taller), Matt Macintosh and Joe The Drifter (with the gimmick of a homeless man). There was lots of high-flying action, but may be a bit chaotic for the casual fan to follow. There were some silly spots involving sponges too, but Red shined in this match, even with blood to show for it. One memorable spot included Big Mason doing a flying lariat onto five men below from the top rope. Habib From The Carwash retained with a pinfall over Macintosh.
– There was a weird vignette of scary guys in the woods with bloody face paint and cowboy hats with a child’s voice saying, “It’s only a dream” over and over. Guess the Wyatt family has some illegitimate cousins…
– The highlight package of the “On The Spot Title Shot” 30-man battle royale definitely showcased Tommy Dreamer, Fallah Bahh and Starman. Bahh looked particularly dominant and he even had a mouthpiece in the form of the “fake referee” from the earlier match, revealed to be “Shining” Edward Jackson. Jackson definitely showed off great mic skills and the match was good. No Homicide promo though?
– The PWS Tag Team Championship match between The Team Impact Players and Reynolds Brothers had good action. Lance Storm was still incredibly agile for his age. The Reynolds Brothers were highly regarded by the announcers, but they barely had a presence in the ring. Some good near falls towards the finish, which saw Reynolds Brothers retain.
– The Kevin Matthews promo seemed very Low Ki-esque as he had a hood pulled over his head and he screamed about being betrayed by his former partners Brian Myers and Gavin Tuft. Keyword was screaming. Words you couldn’t really hold on to.
– Hyped for next week was: Dan Maff vs. Eddie Kingston, Matt Macintosh vs. Tony Nese vs. Shynron vs The Amazing Red in a High-Flying Four Corners Match and Fallah w/”Shining” Edward Jackson vs Homicide. Sounds pretty good.
– Could they advertise for a birthday party enough times?
– Dave D-Struction was great on color commentary, providing a few laughs. With some of the gimmicks in this company, it’s not hard to crack jokes on some of them.
– Overall, decent debut for PWS that gave a glimpse into just what this company can offer. Guys like Fallah Bahh, “Shining” Edward Jackson, Habib The Car Wash Man and Amazing Red looked like stars on this episode.
– The Heavenly Bodies def. Reality Check via pinfall
– Suicidal Six-Way Division Championship Match – Habib From The Carwash def. Matt Macintosh, Joe The Drifter, The Amazing Red, Brian XL and Big Mason to retain
– PWS Tag Team Championship Match – Reynolds Brothers def. Team Impact Players via pinfall to retain