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NWA 70th Anniversary PPV Results
October 21, 2018
Bell time is 7PM eastern.
— James Ellsworth just showed up for the dark match and he’s a hell of a lot more over than he was at BFG. He got the win in a quick match. Didn’t catch the name of his opponent.
.@realellsworth is victorious after hitting his No Chin Music at #NWA70 @nwa pic.twitter.com/8UGnlnu1dj
— ProWrestling.com (@pw_dotcom) October 21, 2018
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—Jim Cornette made his way to commentary to a tremendous ovqtion as we’re ready to get things started at the Nashville Asylum.
— Live note: We are very nearly sold out. They opened the second balcony behind hard cam to accommodate more people. I’m really bad at estimating these kinds of things but I’d guess about 1,500 people.
(1) SAM SHAW def. SCORPIO SKY, COLT CABANA and SAMMY GUEVARA in a first round NWA National Heavyweight Championship tournament match.
Colt was over big time and got all the offense early on. They did a comedy spot where Colt removed Shaw’s creepy serial killer glove and slapped him in the face with it. He then slapped everyone else and got a bit too excited, almost slapping the referee. The ref took the glove and slapped Shaw for getting in his face. Shaw eliminated Colt Cabana with a powerbomb off the ropes to make everyone sad. Guevara did a shooting star to the floor and instantly became the most over guy in the match. Sky followed with a great tope con hilo. Lots of “SCU” chants. Sky eliminated Guevara with a Shining Wizard, but Shaw quickly hit him with a superkick and rolled him up to win the match.
A good opening match with some fun comedy bits and impressive spots. A little deflated by the finish, but the “NWA guy” got the win and they got serious heat on him, so that’s not terribly unexpected. The crowd was into everything.
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