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[FULL RESULTS] PWR #UnFathersDay 2017


Holla holla! Live from Eastwood City on a sweltering Father's Day, we've got play-by-play coverage of the Philippine Wrestling Revolution's #UnFathersDay outing.

We've got a stacked card for the day including every championship on the line, so check back for results as they come.


*****

Match #1: SANDATA vs. Koto Hiro



Fast-paced match to energize the crowd for the afternoon. Both men exchanged some nice chains to start off, before escalating the action with some springboard moves by the international rookie Koto Hiro.

Hiro reversed a tornado DDT attempt by SANDATA into a thunderous Falcon Arrow for the win.

Winner: Koto Hiro via pinfall

Match #2: The Apocalypse & The Deadly Sinns (Mike Madrigal & Vlad Sinnsyk) vs. Trian Dela Torre & Fighters 4 Hire (Miguel Rosales & Joey Bax)



The heel team looked to be coasting for an easy victory after isolating the diminutive Trian Dela Torre to start the match. Dela Torre and his F4H colleagues turned the tide with an array of suplexes from Miguel Rosales, culminating in a unique Tower of Doom variant on Madrigal.

A slew of daring top-rope dives (including a Rosales senton to the outside) brought the match to its conclusion, with a Jackhammer on Madrigal enough to seal the win.

Winners: Trian Dela Torre & Fighters 4 Hire

Match #3: Ken Warren vs. Dax Xaviera



Entertaining match that saw the young Xaviera nearly gaining the monumental upset over the former PHX Champion Ken Warren.

Thanks to interference from the YOLO Twins, Warren stole the win with a thudding WiFi to the back of Xaviera's head.

Winner: Ken Warren via pinfall

Match #4—PHX Championship: Jake De Leon vs. Chino Guinto (c)



Jake De Leon was gunning on all cylinders in his quest to claim the PHX Championship for the first time, targeting Guinto's arm from the onset in preparation for the dreaded Inasal Lock.

The Golden Boy fought back with a sky-high Blockbuster to regain the momentum, kicking out of an Alipin Drop that looked sure to secure the three-count, and bringing home the victory with a resounding Gold Digger stomp.

Winner: Chino Guinto via pinfall

Match #5—Eight-Man Tag Team Match: MTNH (Rederick Mahaba & Ralph Imabayashi), Peter Versoza, and John Sebastian vs. The Punk Dolls (Martivo & Robynn), Bolt, and Crystal



Long, drawn-out match that saw the up-and-coming Anime-zing Fighter Bolt absorb a heap of punishment from his larger foes for an extended amount of time.

The crowd-pleasing match ended with all four members of the babyface team storming the ring and laying down a finisher buffet on their opponents for a quadruple simultaneous pin.

Winners: The Punk Dolls, Crystal, and Bolt via simultaneous pinfall

Match #6—PWR Tag Team Championship: The Network (James "Idol" Martinez & Alexander Belmonte III) vs. The YOLO Twins (Yohann & Logan Ollores, c)



This was an ultra-competitive match that had the Network playing the unusual role of crowd favorite for Eastwood fans in attendance.

Martinez and Belmonte looked to have the titles sewn up after dropping the champs with an assisted Pay-In, only for the cunning Ollores twins to pull a switcheroo while the ref was dístracted. A low blow and Two Night Stand later, and YOLO Power reigned supreme.

Winners: The YOLO Twins via pinfall.

Match #7—PWR Championship: Billy Suede vs. Chris Panzer (c)



"Beautiful" Billy Suede looked to play spoiler for Chris Panzer's upcoming Triple Threat PWR Championship defense against Ralph Imabayashi and Jake De Leon at Renaissance next week, stunning the good-looking Detroit-bred warrior from the opening bell with his array of moves tuned from over a dozen years on the international wrestling scene.

Panzer fought back with his high-impact offensive arsenal, including a top-rope sunset bomb that earned a narrow two-count and left Suede reeling.

Suede looked to have shocked the Revo-Nation after getting his knees up to block the Eagle Splash and seeming to have Panzer's shoulders pinned for three. PWR General Manager Mr. Sy however had the match restarted after pointing out the Beautiful One's feet up on the ropes for illegal leverage. Panzer smashed a disbelieving Suede in the mouth with the Panzerschreck bicycle kick followed by a soaring Eagle Splash for the big win.

Winner: Chris Panzer via pinfall

*****

What did you think of PWR's #UnFathersDay offering, mga ka-smarkada? Were you disappointed by the complete absence of title changes, or do all successful defenses make you even more excited for Renaissance on June 25? Let us know your thoughts, and we'll see you next weekend!

*****

PWR Renaissance 2017 is happening on Sunday, June 25, at Playland in Fisher Mall, Quezon City. Doors open at 2 PM. Stay tuned for official announcements on the Facebook event page regarding ticket availability, pricing, and details.

Photos by the Philippine Wrestling Revolution.

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