The following results are from MegaSlam Wrestling’s event at the Leeds City Hall in Leeds on February 27th 2016:
‘The Mexican Sensation’ El Ligero (representing All-Stars) defeated ‘The Showstealer’ Nathan Cruz (representing Riot Squad) by Pinfall.
Prince Ameen issued an open challenge after he found himself without an opponent. Lizzy Styles came to the ring to accept the challenge. Prince Ameen gave Lizzy Styles a chance to consider what she was getting into.and there may be “some cleaning up in the kitchen to do”. Lizzy Styles still accepted the challenge.
Prince Ameen’s Open Challenge – Prince Ameen (representing Riot Squad) defeated Lizzy Styles by Pinfall.
Following the match, Prince Ameen raised Lizzy Styles hand only to attack her again. Sebb Strife came to the aid of Lizzy Styles and challenged Prince Ameen to a fight.
Sebb Strife defeated Prince Ameen by Pinfall.
Six-Man Tag Team – The Family (Bully Boy Carter, Cousin Jake & Saxon) (representing Riot Squad) defeated The Burial (David Graves & BA Rose) & Terry Isit (representing All-Stars) by Pinfall.
Triple Threat – Frankie Sloan (All-Stars) defeated Boris Koslov (representing Riot Squad) & Paul Malen (representing Riot Squad) by Pinfall.
MegaSlam Wrestling’s Brad Taylor brought British Wrestling legend, Marty Jones to the ring. Jones spoke highly of Yorkshire, Leeds and MegaSlam Wrestling. He said that he would bring a European Championship match to MegaSlam Wrestling at the right venue.
MegaSlam Championship – Extreme Rules – CJ Banks defeated Robbie McKenzie by Pinfall to retain the MegaSlam Championship.
Our thanks to dynamicthinking (@dynamicthinking) for the results from the show.
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