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Name: John Gargano
Ring Name(s): Cedrick Von Haussen, Joey Gray, Johnny Gargano
From: Cleveland, Ohio
Date of Birth: August 14, 1987
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Mini Biography: Johnny Gargano's infatuation with wrestling skyrocketed at the age of eight-years-old, when he first stepped inside of a wrestling ring. Eight years later, the Ohio native would enroll in Cleveland All–Pro Wrestling's school, and since then the independent sensation has yet to quit. Making his professional wrestling debut in 2005, Johnny Gargano has since then torn through the independent wrestling world - making his name prominent in companies such as Dragon Gate USA and Chikara. Now he has made his way to WWE NXT, regularly teaming with good friend Tommaso Ciampa as well as being a competitor in the first ever Cruiserweight Classic. There is only one place for him - the top. Johnny Gargano is "All Heart" and has a long history to prove it.
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 2014/04/18

AJ. Freakin’. Styles.

If you tried to act like you’re not as psyched for this match as the rest of the world, I feel bad for you. No, really. With a respect and admiration for AJ Styles, Johnny certainly had a challenge set before him as he headed into 2CW’s Living on the Edge IX! Fresh off his release from TNA, AJ began to make his rounds through the premier wrestling companies in the United States, and he almost immediately was booked to compete against one of professional wrestling’s finest — not just one of independent wrestling’s.

In a match that I, personally, have wanted for several years, neither man disappointed. The two men tore up the Fairgrounds Arena in a match that people across the world have had nothing but kind words to say about, but unfortunately, AJ managed to pull away with the victory.

We here certainly don’t consider it a loss, but do we ever hope for ten or twelve rematches.

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 2014/04/12

In a feud that has seemingly gone under the radar, Johnny has recently taken a liking to repeatedly striking at the face of the one and only Nick Brubaker in the lovely and beautiful city of  LaSalle, Illinois. Tearing it up with DREAMWAVE wrestling for the past several months, Johnny first collided with Brubaker back in February where the two men wrestled into a draw in which the fans begged for more. But like the logical wrestler he is, Johnny decided to take to it another day. However, things didn’t necessarily go according to plan, and the two men were forced to team at DREAMWAVE’S Road to Anniversary: Misfortune! 

However, they somehow managed to pull out victorious, but Brubaker made it clear: He was nowhere near finished with Our  Hero, and challenged him to a 2 out of 3 falls match at AnniVersary V! Johnny accepted, and later on in the night, Johnny was victorious in a battle royal — eliminating Brubaker with a kick to the nads — and he tore into AnniVersary V on a winning streak, and he continued on with the very same thing.

The two fought from pillar to post, with Brubaker getting the first fall by disqualification as Johnny struck him with a chair. Like the gentleman he was, Johnny gave the young man time to rest before taking him down fast a minute later to even the odds at 1-1. The final six minutes was a constant back and forth, but Johnny managed to pull it out with a Gargano Escape.

Now, all the odds are in Johnny’s favor. Congratulations, Gargano! Have a round of Almond Milk. On us!

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 2014/02/10

We’ve seen then try and decimate each other, and we’ve seen them gush on Twitter over pandas. We’ve hoped for the best, and finally, we’ve gotten it: The tag team of two of the best in independent wrestling’s history. Teaming up at Gauntlet for the Gold 9 is Kevin Steen and Johnny Gargano — the Panda Express! We here would like to thank you, Ethan Page and Louis Lyndon, for being such nuisances that Cleveland, America, and the entire world now gets to see potentially the greatest tag team of all time.

2Guns? They’re comin’ for you, suckas!

For everyone interested in ticket information, and everything else, we’ll be sure to update you as time goes on. Until then, stay hype and save up your pennies for Panda Express t-shirts!

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 2014/02/02

After a chaotic night at PWG alongside some of the best, Johnny Gargano headed to Denny’s like a champion before he set off to LaSalle, Illinois for DREAMWAVE Wrestling. Going from an intense fatal four-way at the ‘dub, Johnny locked up in single’s action tonight against Nic Brubaker!

The match had the fans on edge, as every Gargano classic does, and the two battled into a draw! After a top rope Overdriver from Brubaker, a cradle pin was secured, and Johnny and Nic both had their shoulders on the mat. Nic was reportedly furious, and Johnny seemed as if he was going to give the fans everything they wanted with five more minutes, and most importantly, a definitive winner!

…But instead, he said “forget it!” and took off to the back. I’m sure he realized he just left the oven on. C’mon now.

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 2014/01/19

It’s been a match that’s happened in numerous other promotions, but finally ended with an explosion at Wrestling Cares in Gardena tonight! Both Adam Cole and Johnny have been crawling up the walls of the company since they were thrown into the tournament back in June. Johnny was forced to come over the likes of Chase Stevens, Drake Younger, Adam Pearce, and Papadon!

The finals consisted of him and one of the best in independent wrestling today, and like always, neither man let the audience down. Johnny came out with the victory, and quite the nice and shiny ring — something that we’re sure will go well with his Open the Freedom Gate championship, right?! Congratulations to Gargano. You know we both think you deserve all the good and shiny things in the world here at johnny-gargano.com!

Thanks to PWInsider, we have some detailed results beneath the read more! Enjoy, and send your congratulations to the good ol’ Son of the Land of the Cleve!

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Match Six: Adam Cole vs. Johnny Gargano: Finals of the Race for the Ring Tournament 20 minute time limit.Good fundamental chain wrestling over the first 4 minutes which was highlighted by a great series of counters as each guy tried to hit a few of their signature kicks and strikes. The first big strike is hit by Gargano as he hits a great kick to Cole with both men on the mat, he follows with double knees to the corner, but as he tries to take Cole across the ring he gets caught with the Florida Keys out of nowhere for the fall. Cole leads 1-0 with 14:20 left. Cole grabs a chinlock and immediately finds the HD screen closest to him so he can track the time. Now that he has the lead he’s going to lean on Gargano and make him fight his way up trying to burn clock. Gargano does fight back with sudden strikes, hits a running snake eyes drilling Cole into the middle buckle and following up with a kick to the head on the grounded Cole to tie the match with 12 minutes remaining. In an absolutely great sequence Gargano is on the turnbuckles looking for a big move, Cole sweeps him off the turnbuckles into a backbreaker and then drills him with a brainbuster over his knee to take a 2-1 lead with 10:30 left. Cole now with a headscissors to wear down Gargano and burn clock while forcing his opponent to carry his weight. Gargano fights his way up, hits two strikes, and shoots Cole to the other side, Cole grabs the ropes and takes a powder. Gargano chases him because he’s behind, Cole dives back into the ring and tries to get the jump on Gargano. Another good sequence ends with Cole going for the figure four, Gargano countering into the small package and each man reversing small packages until Gargano ties it up at 2-2 with 8 minutes to go. Another series of great counters as each man has the other’s moves scouted very well ends with Cole finally getting the figure four leglock and a tapout victory for a 3-2 lead with 6:44 to go. Cole with the lead now powders out again forcing Gargano to chase him and burn more clock. Gargano chases him back in, Cole tries to charge him but is drilled with Gargano’s slingshot spear through the ropes for a near fall. Another great sequence of scouted counters has Gargano cover up to block a superkick, Cole drilling a kick to the leg, both guys reversing moves until Gargano hits the full nelson spinout slam for the fall that ties it up at 3-3 with 3:31 left. Cole misses and axe handle off the top and tweaks his knee on the way down. Gargano smells blood and starts to relentlessly attack the leg. Cole keeps him at bay with a kick to the face with his good leg and gets Gargano back in the figure four. Gargano turns it over and Cole is forced to tap to the reversal because of his injured leg. LOVE IT. 4-3 Gargano with 1:25 left. Les Thatcher checks with Cole to see if he can continue. Cole says yes, Gargano charges for the killing blow but Cole counters. Cole goes for a suplex but Gargano drills his knee to the head counter. Cole goes for it again and as Gargano tries to counter with his knee Cole cinches his leg and hits a Fisherman Buster to tie it at 4-4 with 30 seconds left. Time expires and we have OT. Cole hits an Enzuigiri and a Shining Wizard for a near fall to start OT. Another great counter sequence before Gargano drills his full nelson spinout slam for a near fall. Crowd thought that was the finish. “This is awesome!” chants. Cole hits a superkick to the face and a superkick to the back of the head. He hits the Florida Keys but can’t hold the pinning combo due to his injured leg. Cole shakily goes to the top, Gargano counters, locks in the Rings of Saturn, Cole escapes, Gargano locks it in again as time runs out. Les Thatcher announces that this is the finals and we’re going until we have a winner. Double OT! Both guys on their knees throwing bombs ala Tully and Magnum in the I Quit match. Both guys to their feet exhausted trying to slug it out. Gargano goes for his spear through the ropes and gets killed with a Superkick. Cole slams him down for a near fall and the crowd loses it. This is fantastic. Cole sets Gargano for a Samoan Drop off the top Gargano fights his way out with a sunset powerbomb hits the double knees in the corner. Hits the running Snake Eyes into the far corner, hits a second running Snake Eyes into the near cornerand it is another near fall. Rings of Saturn back in and Cole gets the ropes. This is a big time championship main event match. Both guys are on the apron slugging it out again. Cole hits a superkick and DDTs Gargano on the apron. Both men are down and out outside the ring. Cole in at 6. Gargano barely beats the count. Cole hits him with the Canadian Destroyer as Gargano struggles back to his feet. Near fall! Cole is besieged with apoplexy! “Wrestling Cares” chant from the fans. Cole hits Gargano with several headbutts. Cole screams “Johnny!” and drills Gargano with a superkick, Gargano immediately fires back with his own superkick. Both guys stagger and steady themselves and hit stereo superkicks on each other. Cole crumbles to the mat and Gargano crumbles on top of him for the fall. Incredible match. Get this DVD when it comes out. Watch this match. These guys laid it all on the line.

Winner: Johnny Gargano

Les Thatcher is in the ring and puts over both guys saying “If the business is in the hands of young men like you it will be just fine.” Cole thanks Gargano for being the best he’s ever been in the ring with. Gargano picks up the champagne for the celebration and says “I’m Straight Edge so I can’t drink this, but if I was going to drink this I would raise a glass to Adam Cole.” Gargano puts Cole over as a great opponent, colleague, and friend. He then presents the victory champagne to Adam Cole. Cole pops the champagne and starts to spray it in the ring, Gargano runs so he doesn’t accidentally drink any. Les presents Gargano with the ring. I can see it gleaming from here. First class ceremony. This was a fantastic 9 month tournament. I really enjoyed every show and I wish we’d see more true alternatives like this in the wrestling business. On every level this was an artistic success. All the crew should be proud of themselves. I’d love for another one of these to start up tomorrow. Gargano puts over the fans, points out a kid with a “Yes!” sign in the first row and we get our first “YES! YES! YES!” chant of the tournament. I can’t recommend this enough. GET THE DAMN DVD.

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 2014/01/12

And the triple shot weekend is over!

…But only after a war took place in the ring tonight at EVOLVE 27! Set to face Uhaa Nation, Johnny certainly had a challenge set before him — most knowing of the remarkable rise and return of Uhaa Nation several months ago. The two men battled from post to post, and they certainly made the main event something to remember. The detailed results are below the cut, with many thanks to PWInsider!

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Uhaa used his power early and Gargano showed his fear of Uhaa. Gargano did a great job reacting to Uhaa showing no effect on the kick to the head. Gargano then tries for a punch and chop series and once he realizes it is not working, he slows down and backs away. Uhaa gives Gargano a taste of his own medicine with a lawn dart into the stage.

Uhaa decides to go for the crazy move of the night trying to suplex Gargano over the railing to the ring but Gargano is able to counter and he power bombs Uhaa onto the apron. Gargano, being the benevolent man that he is, he tells the referee to count faster so Uhaa can be counted out faster and have medical attention provided. However, Uhaa does what so many have done over the last three days and returns to the ring at 19.

Gargano hit a nice spear from the apron to stop Uhaa, but Gargano was not able to take advantage of things because if you are going to spear someone the size of Uhaa, you are going to feel it too. Gargano was able to find a child in the crowd to dedicate a military press slam at some point in the match.

If have any doubts about the athleticism of Uhaa Nation, he hits a frog splash on Gargano from ¾ of the way across the ring. Gargano and Uhaa hit a nice sequence of moves with super kicks, German suplexes, a Death Valley Driver, and standing moonsault. Gargano might not want to spit in Uhaa’s face again.

Uhaa hit a great power bomb sequence after catching Gargano on a spear from the apron. Uhaa hit a deadlift Doctor Bomb followed by a regular power bomb, a Buckle Bomb, and a sit out power bomb for a near fall. Gargano did a good job of rolling through when Uhaa tried to escape the Gargano Escape. Gargano goes for a cross body and Uhaa catches him on the apron and turns it into a Death Valley Driver on the apron.

I didn’t like the need for the ref bump in the main event after having the referee get knocked out in the Bucks/Bravados brawl.

I liked that Gargano turned overly evil after the ref went down by going for the bad knee. Uhaa did a good job of selling the knee on the drop kick and tombstone piledriver because of the impact to the knee. Gargano did a good job countering the press slam attempt into the Gargano Escape. Then when Uhaa wouldn’t tap, Gargano added the STF to the Gargano Escape to get the victory.

Johnny Gargano cut a good promo at the end of the show. I loved how he joined in on the bandwagon of picking on a certain group of fans. Then he vows to beat them up if they confront him after the match and he dedicated it to a young fan in the crowd.

The ending of the show with Ricochet trying to get his title match against the winner of the Gargano/Strong match was good. Gargano should be the one who dictates things because he is the champion.

Johnny was great signaling to someone in the back to help him when Rich Swann came out to help Ricochet. Then it turns out to be Jon Davis. Maybe Gargano forgot about what happened in Orlando. Jon explains that he was helping out Johnny in the past, but it is over.

Since he has no one to help him, Gargano decides to do the right thing and sign the contract for Ricochet’s title match. Johnny tries to attack Ricochet with the pen and Swann hits Gargano with a super kick.

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 2014/01/11

With the big title defense coming up on Sunday against Uhaa Nation, Johnny teamed with his former foe and current (perhaps) lackey, Jon Davis, to take on Uhaa and AR Fox. Insanity is always expected when each man’s name is in the bout in a singular fashion, so tonight, Orlando certainly was treated to something spectacular. Click the read more for detailed results from EVOLVE 26 by the crew over at PWInsider!

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Ricochet gets on the mic. He mentions that he beat Chris Hero last night. Tonight, he beat Trent. He says that he has been on a roll. Whoever has the Open the Freedom Gate Title, whether it be Uhaa Nation, Roderick Strong, or Johnny Gargano, they are only holding it for him and he will see whoever the champion is in New Orleans.Match Number Six: Evolve Champion AR Fox and Uhaa Nation versus Open the Freedom Gate Champion Johnny Gargano and Jon Davis.

Fox and Gargano go for kicks but they block it and hop off. Gargano kicks Fox and then he hits Uhaa on the apron. Fox with a drop kick. Fox with a pescado onto Gargano on the floor.

Gargano and Fox start things off in a battle of the champions in this match. Gargano with a wrist lock but Fox with a reversal into a side head lock. Gargano with a kick to Fox but Fox with a Japanese arm drag. Fox puts Gargano on the turnbuckles but Gargano kicks Fox away. Gargano avoids Lo Mein Pain and Gargano with a sunset flip.

Uhaa tags in and he hits a shoulder tackle. Uhaa misses a splash in the corner and Gargano with chops that don’t really affect Uhaa. Davis with a knee to the back from the apron and Uhaa knocks Davis off the apron. Gargano rolls through and kicks Uhaa. Davis with a German suplex and he returns to the apron. Gargano knocks Fox off the apron.

Davis tags in and he punches Uhaa. Davis with forearms to the back. Davis with a series of slams to work on Uhaa’s back and he tags Gargano back into the match. Gargano runs the ropes and then he tags Davis back in. Uhaa with a forearm and he tries to get Davis up but he is unsuccessful. Uha with a kick but Davis with a spinebuster for a near fall.

Davis with a forearm but Uhaa with a Samoan drop. Gargano and Fox tags in and Fox with a kick from the apron and then Fox with a senton onto Davis. Fox kicks Davis and then hits springboard drop kick to Gargano followed by a springboard senton onto Davis on the floor. Fox with a springboard splash for a near fall.

Fox with a baseball slide to Davis. Gargano pushes Fox to the apron. Gargano sends Fox to Davis for a uranage on the apron. The referee starts his count. Fox gets back into the ring at 19. Gargano with a suplex for a near fall. Davis tags in and he chops Fox. Davis with a delayed vertical suplex and he tags Gargano in and he hits a drop kick for a near fall.

Gargano with a snap mare and then he says that everyone’s hero will break AR Fox’s fingers for you. Gargano sends Fox to the floor and then Gargano has the referee deal with him and Uhaa while Davis hot shots Fox onto the guardrails. Gargano rolls Fox back into the ring and gets a near fall.

Gargano with more near falls on Fox. Gargano kicks Fox and sends him to the ropes again. Gargano chokes Fox in the ropes. Davis tags in and he connects with a forearm. Davis presses Fox over his head but Fox tries for a sunset flip but Davis picks him up and hits an overhead suplex. Davis gets a near fall. Gargano tags in and he gets a near fall after a slam.

Gargano with an elbow to the head and he sends Fox over the top rope but Fox lands on the apron. Fox with a double jump springboard cutter for a near fall. Davis and Uhaa tag in and they exchange forearms and punches. Davis with a knee but Uhaa with a forearm. Davis with an elbow. Uhaa with forearm. Uhaa with a Death Valley Driver followed by a running drop kick that sends Davis into the turnbuckles. Uhaa with a Stinger Splash and flying clothesline.

Davis misses a boot and Uhaa with a German suplex for a near fall. Fox with a leg drop to Davis over the apron. Gargano with a suicide dive onto Fox. Uhaa with a drop kick to Gargano followed by a moonsault off the apron onto everyone. Uhaa and Gargano return to the ring and Johnny begs for mercy. Uhaa with punches followed by an Irish whip but Davis with a POUNCE. Fox with a wheelbarrow into a stunner.

Gargano with a slingshot DDT for a near fall to Fox for a near fall. Fox with elbows to Gargano. After avoiding clotheslines and elbows Fox with a clothesline. Gargano with a super kick to Fox and Uhaa with a clothesline to Gargano. Gargano with a super kick to Uhaa and Uhaa with a clothesline to Davis. Fox with a springboard codebreaker.

Uhaa gets Davis on his shoulders and Gargano tries for a cross body but Uhaa catches Gargano and he hits a Fallaway slam on both men. Uhaa puts Davis on the turnbuckles. Gargano pulls Uhaa to the floor and Davis with a flying clothesline when Fox sets for Lo Mein Pain but Uhaa breaks up the cover. Davis gets Fox up for Three Seconds Around the World but Fox counters. Gargano with a super kick to Davis when Fox moves. Fox with an enzuigiri to Gargano. Fox with a clothesline in the corner. Fox with a clothesline into the corner followed by a hesitation drop kick but Davis with a German suplex. Uhaa with a frog splash to break up the cover and he gets a near fall.

Uhaa presses Davis over his head but Davis gets to his feet. Gargano tries for a super kick but Uhaa moves and Davis blocks it. Davis punches Uhaa. Davis catches Fox and then Gargano with You’re Dead. Davis with Three Seconds Around the World but Uhaa sends Gargano into Davis to break up the cover.

Davis with a facebuster but Uhaa with a pop up power bomb. Uhaa with a boot to Gargano in the corner. Uhaa runs into a boot but Fox hits Lo Mein Pain. Uhaa drops Davis behind him and then Fox with a 450 splash followed by a moonsault and a shooting star press for the three count.

Winners: AR Fox and Uhaa Nation

After the match, Gargano yells at Davis and he tells him that he had one job to do and he failed. Gargano leaves the ring before Jon can do anything.

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 2014/01/10

What a night it was for EVOLVE!

A six-man tag was set up for later on, but plenty that involves good ol’ Gargano happened before! As a champion, a man always has a plentiful amount of men chasing behind them for the opportunity to clench on to the gold, and when you’re Johnny Gargano? It’s probably a bit worse. Everyone wants to topple the great Hero of DGUSA, and now? Johnny has three men in particular in the front of the line.

Earlier this week, it was announced that Roderick Strong would be incapable of competing at the EVOLVE tripleshot, and a new contender would be found in a FRAY between Chuck Taylor, Lince Dorado, Uhaa Nation, Caleb Konley and Jon Davis. Uhaa Nation prevailed, and at EVOLVE 27, Johnny will be taking on the Dragon Gate regular.

Following a match later, Ricochet defeated Chris Hero in a phenomenal bout before he mentioned the current Open the Freedom Gate champion; stating he was ducking him. Ricochet wants his title shot, and he wants it in New Orleans at Wrestlecon.

Johnny’s match (and all that occurred afterward) soon followed, and detailed results from PWInsider are below the cut. Words don’t do it justice: It’s certainly a bout to watch.

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Swann and Gargano start things off and Gargano decides to tag in Harlem because him and Swann are friends. Swann says that the Super Kick Party is in the house. They lock up and Harlem with a clean break. They lock up again and Harlem with a take down and front face lock but Swann with a hammer lock and he gets a near fall. Harlem with a near fall and he retreats into the ropes.

Harlem wants a test of strength but Swann with a chop and Harlem goes to the mat. Swann with a side head lock. Swann with a drop kick and Gargano hits Swann from behind and all six men are in the ring and then they all go to the floor. Nick gets sent into the ring post by Harlem. Swann and Gargano fight by the stage and Swann slams Gargano’s head into the stage but Gargano sends Swann into the stage and dedicates the beat down to a fan.

Gargano chokes Swann with a cord and he says that he is doing this for the children. Swann chops Gargano. Matt hits Harlem with a chair while Gargano sends Swann into the stage again. The Bucks and Swann with a triple dive to the floor and connect with the Bravados and Gargano.

The Bucks and Harlem are in the ring. Harlem with a forearm to Matt and an Exploder to Nick onto Matt. Harlem with a forearm to Matt and he chokes him with his head band. The Bravados with a double back elbow and a double elbow drop to Matt. Lance with a reverse chin lock but Matt with elbows. Lance pulls Matt down by the hair. Gargano tags back in and he uses his boots to rake the eyes. Gargano with a snap mare and drop kick to the back of the head.

Gargano with a crucifix for a near fall. Matt with a boot to Johnny. Matt with a spear to Johnny and Swann with a springboard drop kick to Lance and Johnny. Swann with a rana to Gargano. Matt with a baseball slide to the Bravados. Swann with a plancha onto the Bravados. Nick with a springboard swanton onto everyone.

Gargano chokes Swann and then he tells Swann that he loves him and then he drop kicks him and hits a uranage and gets a near fall. Gargano with boots to the head. Gargano kicks Swann in the corner. Harlem with a suplex for a near fall. Harlem with a boot to the head. Harlem with double sledges to the back. Lance tags in and he slams Swann a few times for a near fall. Lance knocks the Jacksons off the apron and Harlem tags in and connects with an elbow.

Swann chops Gargano but Gargano with a rolling kick for a near fall. Harlem with a splash to the back. Lance tags in and they hit a double flap jack on Swann and Lance gets a near fall. Harlem tags in and they try for a double suplex but Swann blocks it. Swann hits a handspring double cutter. Nick tags in and he hits a drop kick that knocks Lance and Gargano off the apron.

Nick with clotheslines to the Bravados across the corner for about 30 to 45 seconds. Nick with a clothesline and bulldog combination on the Bucks. . Nick with a shoulder to Harlem followed by a slingshot X Factor for a near fall.

Nick with an enzuigiri to knock Lance off the apron. Matt with an Asai DDT to Harlmen for a near fall. Swann with a chop and Gargano with a shoulder to Swann followed by a slingshot DDT for a near fall. Swann with chops to Lance and Garagano. Lance with a German suplex and Harlem with a slingshot Stunner. Gargano with a lawn dart for a near fall.

The Bravados send the Jacksons to the floor as all three men work over Swann. Lance with an Irish whip and Gargano is sent to the apron along with Harlem. The Jacksons with super kicks to Harlem and Gargano.Swann with a standing rana followed by an elbow drop and splash from the top turnbuckle but the Jacksons. Swann with a standing 450 splash but the cover is broken up.

Gargano with a super kick followed by one from Nick. Lance with a lariat and Swann with an enzuigiri. Swann and Gargano fight on the apron and Gargano rakes the eyes. Swann with a slap and then they Jacksons with a double super kick to Gargano. They hit a triple super kick on Harlem. Swann with a flip piledriver to Lance and then the Jacksons hit More Bang for Your Buck on Harlem for the three count.

Winners: Nick Jackson, Matt Jackson, and Rich Swann

After the match, Matt gets on the mic and he says that from the Tokyo Dome to Evolve, they are the best tag team on the planet. He says that it was a fluke when the Bravados beat them for the title. Matt says the titles are coming back.

Gargano attacks Swann and then the Bravados pull out the Jacksons.

Roderick Strong makes his way to the ring to make the save for his tag team partner. Strong holds Gargano’s title belt and Gargano returns to the ring to get it back but Strong chops him.

Uhaa Nation comes to the ring and Roderick says that on February 23rd, he wants a title shot at the DGUSA show. He says that while he likes Uhaa, he hopes that Johnny wins because he wants to kick the s*** out of Gargano.

 

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 2013/12/21

Put two of the best wrestlers in the world in one ring in Reseda, and what do you expect?

A classic, of course! Thus far categorized as the “Match of the Night,” Johnny took on Davey Richards in singles action. With the ending stretch described as “fantastic,” Johnny came out victorious with the GargaNO Escape. Pretty good weekend thus far, right?

…Perhaps some PWG gold is in his future tomorrow night?

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