Night Two – Live from Syracuse, NY The show opens up with 2CW's own, Jack Trades in the ring. He thanks EVERYONE involved with 2CW, from the wrestlers, promoters, the ring crew, and especially the fans for making Squared Circle Wrestling what it is today. His speech really gave the show the opening it needed, and was a special moment for everyone.
Sara Del Rey defeated Portia Perez via DQ. This was a rematch from Binghamton, but the roles were reversed. Great action, as always, between these two. However, Sara Del Rey earned the victory this time around. She outsmarted Portia by tricking the referee into thinking Portia used the chain to attack Sara. They are one and one as far as DQ victories go against each other this year. Do you think they should settle the score in a chain match? Someone should talk to the management in 2CW, you never know what could happen.
JD Love & Bobby Shields defeated Kevin Graham & Mike Van Slyke JD Love came out to inform the crowd that tonight Pete D Order has taken the evening off. He also informs us that “the Body” Bobby Shields would be his partner for the evening. Last night, in Watertown, Love & Order defeated the Killer Steves to earn the right to pick the stipulation for this evenings match. JD doesn't want to wrestle the Steves tonight. He offers referee Kevin Graham a match, even letting him to choose his partner. He chose the crowds choice of “Big Pun” Mike Van Slyke. Love and Shields were able to win the short match. But after the match, they continued the beat down until the Steves made the save.
JD Love & Bobby Shields defeated The Killer Steves The Killer Steves challenged JD Love and Bobby Shields to a tables match, right here and right now! However, JD had a better idea, how about they fight again in a regular tag team match, IF the Steves were to win, at show #50 in July...it would be a tag team tables match. If Love & Shields won, the loser of the fall would leave 2CW. Unfortunately for the Steves, “The Body” Bobby Shields stole a victory from the Steves and sent “Mr. One Night Stand” Steve Kruz away from 2CW. The finish of the match was under much controversy as Steve McKenzie was the legal man, and was not the one pinned to lose the match. We'll see what happen between these four in the future...if there is another chance for Kruz.
Loca Vida vs ZS3 vs “The Promise” Antonio Thomas Antonio came out to proclaim that he has an automatic bid into the Grand Prix via his win in the Iron 8 tournament. This brings out Loca Vida, still unhappy about “The Promise” trying to unmask him over the last few shows. He challenges Antonio to a match. This brings out ZS3 to tell everyone that he is the Icon of 2CW and he should be in the Grand Prix to represent 2CW. Matthew Scott turns this into a three way dance to qualify for the Grand Prix in Binghamton. The match goes between all three men until they get to the floor, were referee Joe Strawberry counts all three men out on the floor. Matthew Scott says he cannot reverse a referee's call, but he would come up with something to right the situation. He hands the decision over to “Bombshell” Billy, and Billy comes up with a three way match in the first round of the tournament. Matthew Scott makes it happens. (Writers note: Due to events that happen since Living on the Edge, the three way match for the first round has been canceled.)
Number One Contenders for the Tag Team Titles. The Best Around defeated Up in Smoke Not a good weekend for the former 2CW Tag Team Champions. First they lose their titles to American Wolves in night one of LOTE. Then they lose a great match to The Best Around in a number one contenders match. Up in Smoke has put on two of the greatest tag matches in the history of 2CW, but it was both in a losing effort. Now The Best Around get a chance to gain the 2CW tag team titles in Binghamton, NY. That match should be just as good, if not better than this great match from Syracuse. As I state in the night one match involving Up in Smoke, you should just buy the DVD to see the match. Nothing I could say really would do any of it justice. Just watch it for yourself.
Isys Ephex defeats Eddie Edwards These two have a great feud in 2CW. It is probably the most storied feud running right now, and they showed us why in this match. After getting the biggest win in his career in 2CW, Eddie Edwards took on a man who is trying to bounce back from not winning the 2CW Heavyweight Title. Isys is back on track with wins over Vin Gerard and Colin Delaney in past shows. Now he is in the Grand Prix tournament, and continued his streak by defeated Eddie Edwards in this match. Both men showed what they can do in the ring, just like every other time they've been in the ring together.
2 out of 3 falls “Big Rig” Brodie Lee defeated Slyck Wagner Brown in two straight falls. Another big physical match between these two. Back and forth action, with a surprising turn, as Brodie Lee defeated SWB in two straight falls. However, that wasn't the story of the night here, as SWB came out after he left the ring with a chair and attacked Brodie Lee. Matthew Scott entered the ring and declared that SWB was suspended. Slyck took out Matthew Scott with the microphone and tossed Jack Trades from the ring. Slyck is gone indefinitely.
Raven defeated Colin Delaney Opening moments had Raven ask for a moment of silence for Chris Kanyon. Then as the action started on the floor, with Raven giving his own commentary on mic as he beat Colin all around ringside. “E.C.W.” Colin Delaney was able to mount some offense for a few minutes, but Raven was able to turn it around and hit a DDT for the win. Then he was kept laying out Colin with a few more DDTs after promising he wouldn't. Fun semi-main event.
2CW Championship Challenger, J Freddie vs Champion, “Main Event” Jason Axe. This match didn't last ten minutes before Jimmy Olsen ran interference for the champ. He claimed he was never given a rematch and was making this title match a three way dance. Matthew Scott came out and said that Jimmy was in fact correct, and he deserved a title re-match. However, it wouldn't be a three way dance, but instead a four way dance...the fourth man on the dance card? The return of SPIKE DUDLEY! 2-C-W! Chants all over as this was a wild brawl from beginning to end. All four battled all over the Pastime and bloodied each other. Most of the action was on the outside of the ring. The ending saw Jason Axe retain the title over J Freddie after interference from Portia Perez! Portia and “Main Event” are apparently the new power couple of 2CW, but was he was laid out by Spike as Freddie was taken out by Jimmy Olsen leaving all four men just beaten and bloodied in the middle of the ring to end Living on the Edge V Weekend!
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