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Ignition #006: Gold Standard!
Topic Started: Jan 11 2018, 09:00 PM (339 Views)
Jason Halich
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Ignition #006: Gold Standard!

Live from the ShoWare Center in Seattle, WA
Wednesday January 17th, 2018





MATCH ONE:
Erick Vega vs Deacon Thomas
Deacon Thomas has found himself slipping down the PRIDE ranks as of late, and has struggled to find footing ever since ending the PRIDE career of Merrick Henderson. This week he finds himself across the ring from veteran Erick Vega, who is looking to make an impact in his return to the ring.

MATCH TWO:
Kate Steele and Jenn Drew vs James Williams and Brett Carson
Jenn Drew fell short of her goal of capturing the PRIDE Pro Television Championship, but made everyone watching a promise: this week would be different. Kate Steele was quick to step up to support her, and this match was made. The duo will be taking on "The Icon" James Williams, and a newcomer to PRIDE, Brett Carson. The two men are impressive by themselves, but could end up combustible as a team. Either way, it should be fun to watch!

MATCH THREE
Trey'Dayvious Peterson vs Luke Jackson
Luke Jackson made his return to PRIDE last week, but could not manage to get into a groove against James Williams who proved to be too much for the PRIDE original. Unfortunately, this week does not get any easier for Luke, as he takes on the impressive rookie, Trey'Dayvious Peterson. Trey came up short in his mission to walk out of Episode #005 with the Television Championship, but did manage to stop the momentum of Megan Rydell, who looked to be on a roll towards winning the whole thing. Which one of these two men will be able to bounce back on Episode #006?

MATCH FOUR:
JoJo vs Jessi Idol
JoJo made her return to the ring after five years away, and even though she dominated the match again Kendall James, she came up just short at the end. Jessi Idol found herself in a similar situation in her debut, lasting until the final two seconds of the deadline before Spider finally put the match away. Both women have known success in their careers, so they are not looking to make a habit of having impressive losses. One of the two is going to get back on track this week, and it is a toss up who it is going to be.

MATCH FIVE:
Giselle Parkson vs Talia Areano
Giselle Parkson ran into the brick wall known as Jacob Daniels in her debut. She handled herself well, despite a big size disadvantage, and nearly came away with the surprise victory. Across the ring from her this week is a woman that surprised the world by making an appearance and signing a contract shortly after that match, Talia Areano. Talia said PRIDE had been high on her list of places to compete, and she has finally made her way to our ring. Giselle will be waiting for her once she gets there, and we expect one hell of a battle will follow!

MATCH SIX
Kendall James vs Zelda Gibbons
Kendall James barely survived against JoJo last week in the PRIDE CWC Opener, but walked away with a win. JoJo is almost assuredly going to want to avenge that loss in the future, but this week Kendall has a challenge coming to her all the way from Empire Pro! Zelda Gibbons showed up at Episode #005 to taunt rival Coby Quik, but signed a contract to stick around PRIDE after all was said and done. It remains to be seen if she can focus on competing with Coby sitting at the commentary table, but it makes for an unpredictable situation!

MATCH SEVEN
Julian Savell vs Josh Anderson vs Gavin Reynolds
Julian Savell went toe-to-toe with the PRIDE Champion, and some people are going to wonder if he came out worse for wear. Erron Wilder walked away with the victory, but he was far from unscathed. Julian could find himself to be easy pickings for Josh Anderson this week, as he is undoubtedly going to be the fresher of the two men after his surprise early elimination from the Television Championship gauntlet match. Perhaps the wild card in the match up is Gavin Reynolds, who is definitely going to want to avenge Josh's cheap pin on him that squashed his Television Championship hopes. One fall will decide the winner in this one, and nobody is going to want to be the one to take it!

MATCH EIGHT:
DeMarcus Gresham vs Jacob Daniels
DeMarcus did not compete at Episode #005 after his brutal match at Phenomenon, but did make an appearance to let the world know that The Enlightenment is still coming, whether they like it or not. Jacob Daniels busted onto the PRIDE scene from the now defunct PCCW, and made an immediate impact by taking out Giselle Parkson. DeMarcus Gresham is one of the best that PRIDE has to offer, and is "on a very short list of people" in contention for a shot at Erron Wilder's PRIDE Championship. A win here could catapult Jacob Daniels into contention as well.

SHOWCASE CONTEST:
Television Championship Match
Special Guest Referee: Jennifer Yang
Megan Rydell vs Xavier Laroux (c)
What was everyone talking about after Episode #005? That's right, YOUR Favorite Drug, Xavier Laroux has returned! Not only that, but his surprise appearance near the beginning of the night led Jason Halich to enter him into the Television Championship Gauntlet Main Event. Xavier came out as a surprise entrant, and beat Jennifer Yang after she was already handed the championship. Megan Rydell has apparently taken up issue with people being given handouts, and Violet Ripley has taken notice. Xavier Laroux invited all challengers for the title, and Megan Rydell will be his first. As an added twist, this one is going to be officiated by Jennifer Yang, the one that lost the most due to Xavier's addition.

MAIN EVENT:
Erron Wilder (c) and Spider (c)
vs Eliza Kingcade and RC Tucker

Gold is standard for one of the two teams in the main event this week.
PRIDE Champion Erron Wilder and Coast Champion Spider will join forces against two of the top contenders in the company, Eliza Kingcade and RC Tucker. RC Tucker was our first PRIDE Champion after our return, and held the championship until Erron was able to rip the championship away from him at Phenomenon to close out 2017. Eliza Kingcade has been given the green light from Jason Halich to compete against the best that PRIDE has to offer, and see if she can hold her own. The only problem? We are pretty certain that Eliza and RC cannot even stand the sight of one another, let alone work together as a team. It is possible that our main event is just Jason Halich playing more games with Eliza, but we will have to wait and see how everything shakes out before we can judge!





Leave Of Absence
NOBODY
*CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE*
(Especially if you are booked against Eliza. That girl is poison.)
Edited by Jason Halich, Jan 11 2018, 09:05 PM.
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