NWA Alwayz Ready Report: Matt Cardona vacates title, Murdoch crowned, NWA 74 set for St. Louis

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NWA Alwayz Ready

June 11th, 2022

By: John Siino

Knoxville Convention Center in Knoxville, TN

Commentary: Joe Galli, Tim Storm & Velvet Sky

Alwayz Ready Pre-Show

    • Rodney Mack def. Magic Jake Dumas (w/ CJ) by submission with the Euthanizer at 5:16. CJ is indy wrestler Christi Jaynes who didn’t seem to be on the same page with Dumas throughout the match.
    • May Valentine interviewed Chelsea Green who said her husband Matt Cardona will do whatever Billy Corgan wants him to do tonight.
    • Samuel Shaw, the former Dexter Lumis, came out for an interview segment and was asked about tonight’s show and said nothing back to Kyle Davis until Rush Freeman came out to interrupt. Freeman talked about how much of a fan of Shaw he was until Sal the Pal Rinauro came out to attack Shaw but Freeman helped Shaw take out Sal. Shaw shooked Freeman’s hand just to pull him in and put him in The Silence. Sal came in just to get put in The Silence himself until Gaagz the Gymp came out to save him.
    • The Mortons (Ricky Morton & Kerry Morton) def. Country Gentlemen (AJ Cazana & Anthony Andrews) (w/ Joe Cazana) & The Ill Begotten (Jeremiah Plunkett & Alex Taylor) (w/ Danny Deals) by pinfall at 6:58. It was supposed to be The Fixers in this match, but Wrecking Ball Legursky said Jay Bradley was injured. Danny Deals came out with The Ill Begotten to keep it a triple threat match.
    • They announce that NWA 74 will take place at Chase Park Plaza Hotel in St. Louis, MO on August 27th & 28th.

Aron Stevens vs. Trevor Murdoch

They are promoting this match as Stevens’ ‘swan song’. They start the match in the corner, with Murdoch landing a big slap before they lock up against the ropes. Murdoch hits a shoulder tackle for a one-count until Stevens goes for a couple of pin attempts himself until Murdoch stops him with a big boot. Murdoch stays in control hitting a back body drop and landing forearms until Stevens escapes to the apron, tries to jump off the top rope and gets caught in the turnbuckle as he tries to jump off, looking legit as if his shoelace got caught. Murdoch takes advantage with the offense hitting the spinebuster and his top rope bulldog for the quick win.

Winner: Trevor Murdoch by pinfall at 4:38

After the match, Stevens shows a bit of an injury as the crowd chants ‘Thank you Aron’. He grabs the microphone and says ‘You’re welcome’.

NWA World Women’s Tag Team Championship: The Hex (Allysin Kay & Marti Belle) (c) vs. Pretty Empowered (Kenzie Paige & Ella Envy)

Allysin Kay and Kenzie Paige start the match, but Marti Belle quickly tags in and holds Paige down with a headlock. The Hex keeps Paige in their corner, double-teaming her as Kay comes in and gets a two-count. Belle comes in and hits a PK for a two count before Paige escapes to the outside and regroups with Ella Envy as Belle jumps onto them with a double clothesline. Kay goes to the top and follows jumping off but Paige runs in and powerbombs her off the top rope for a two count. Pretty Empowered stays in control holding Kay down and going for pin attempts. Kay is able to fight back and hits them with a double suplex and tags in Belle for the hot tag. Belle hits Envy with the stroke for a two count, but Pretty Empowered double team her hitting her with a cutter for a two count. Kay takes Paige out of the ring and they double-team Envy as Belle hits a suplex for a two. Paige runs in and tosses Kay in while knocking Belle out with a punch before diving onto Kay on the outside. Envy grabs one of the titles but the referee takes it away from her. As the referee is putting it away, Envy hits Belle with a kick down low and plants her down face-first to get the pin.

Winners: Pretty Empowered (Kenzie Paige & Ella Envy) by pinfall at 8:35, to become NEW NWA World Women’s Tag Team Champions

Kenzie Paige goes and celebrates with her family ringside after, as it is her hometown.

NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship: Homicide (c) vs. PJ Hawx

Homicide is wearing a Biggie Smalls jersey and Velvet Sky is surprised Tim Storm knew who that was. Show starts a bit slow with each one trying to take the other down with waist locks until Hawx holds Homicide down in a headlock. Homicide comes back with a backslide for a two count, before Hawx gets a couple pin attempts himself into an arm drag. Homicide holds Hawx in the corner and teases punching him, until Hawx escapes and brings Homicide back down. Homicide comes back with a Russian Leg Sweep and gets a one count followed by a backbreaker for a two. Hawx tries to mount a comeback, but Homicide twists him up in an STF, but Hawx reverses right out. Homicide comes right back with a Stun Gun for a two count. Homicide twists Hawx in a Butterfly/figure four like submission into a pin attempt but Homicide comes right back with a couple gut wrench suplexes before whipping him into the corners a couple times and hitting a belly-to-belly overhead suplex for a two count. Homicide moves out of the corner, hits a hard chop, and puts Hawx on the top rope for a Koji Cutter. Hawx pushes him off and hits a vertical suplex for a close two count. Hawx places Homicide back on the top rope and goes for the superplex, but Homicide pushes him off. Hawx jumps right back up and this time hits the superplex and slowly reaches over for the cover, getting a two. Hawx misses the superkick and Homicide hits the Koji Cutter but only gets a two. Hawx hits a cross body off the corner for a two, but Homicide comes right back with the Cop Killa for the pin and the win.

Winner: Homicide by pinfall at 10:50, to retain

Homicide goes to help PJ Hawx up after the match, but The Fixers run out and attack them both. Luke Hawx runs out for the save, but he ends up getting taken out also. It looks like Wrecking Ball Legursky lied about Jay Bradley’s groin injury. Ricky Morton and Kerry Morton run out and finally take The Fixers out.

Colby Corino comes out and says he wants to cash in his title shot from his Champions Series win.

NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship: Homicide (c) vs. Colby Corino

Colby Corino runs in and attacks Homicide from behind, but Homicide tries to fight back. Corino hits a slingshot forearm and takes back control stomping Homicide. Corino keeps Homicide in the corner and eventually hits a knee to the face, sending Homicide onto the apron. Corino goes for a suplex, but Homicide sends him onto the apron where they trade punches. Corino comes right back dropping Homicide onto the apron and follows with a dive to Homicide on the outside. They continue fighting on the outside, teasing suplexing each other onto the commentary table, but Corino ends up dropping Homicide face first onto the apron. They continue fighting and tossing each other into the barricades before Homicide drags Corino to the stage where Homicide back body drops him. Homicide drags Corino back into the ring and gets a two-count. Homicide tries to hit the Three Amigos, but on the third one Corino hits a neckbreaker followed by a running spinning neckbreaker for a two count. Homicide goes for the Cop Killa, eventually hitting it but Corino kicks out as Homicide is visually and verbally upset at the referee. Homicide calls for another Cop Killa, but Corino can’t get up for it. Corino comes back with a superkick and a rising knee strike, but Homicide hits him with a clothesline and rolls him up from a Camel Clutch into the pin for the win.

Winner: Homicide by pinfall at 9:06, to retain

Hunting Season

May Valentine is backstage with Jennacide who is upset that she doesn’t have a match here and is mad at Natalia Markova for using a chair to get a match and tonight she is hunting for her. And after she’s done with her she is on to bigger and better things and teases going after the World Women’s Championship.

Taya Valkyrie vs. Natalia Markova (w/ Taryn Terell)

Taya is making her NWA debut with this match. Taya starts in control, whipping Markova into the ropes hitting a pair of back elbows followed by a big boot and a crossbody for a two count. Markova comes back with a kick, but Taya hits punches and tries to run the ropes, but Taryn holds her leg. Markova takes advantage and keeps Taya in the corner, choking her out with her boot. Markova transitions, choking her out on the ropes, but Taya comes right back with a gut buster. They exchange smacks and chops until Markova hits a Jazz Stinger for a two-count. Taya hits a flurry of offense and a clothesline for a two count followed by The Pandamonium. Taya gets distracted by Taryn on the outside as Markova hits a basement dropkick before diving onto Taya. Taryn gets on the apron which distracts Markova enough to get dropped off the apron head first to the outside. Markova gets tripped up in the ring as Taya hits a curb stomp for a two-count. Taya dodges the Beautiful Destruction and hits a flying hip attack and a Meteora followed by the Road to Valhalla, but Taryn jumps on the apron to distract the referee. Markova hits Taya with her spinning kick and gets the win.

Winner: Natalia Markova by pinfall at 8:43

NWA National Heavyweight Championship: Jax Dane (c) vs. Chris Adonis

They start the match slow with lock-ups, but Adonis pushes Dane out of the corner and flexes. Dane challenges him for a test of strength which surprises Adonis. Dane breaks it by stepping on Adonis’ foot, but Adonis challenges him to another one before arm dragging Dane into the corner and strutting a bit. Dane tricks him into another one before hitting a cheap shot and knocking him down with a shoulder block. Adonis tries the masterlock, but Dane escapes to the outside. Dane grabs a chair and throws it into the ring, so Adonis places it down and throws out a Masterlock Challenge to Dane. Dane sits down to accept it, but as the referee takes the chair out, Dane hits a low blow. Dane hits a splash in the corner and starts stomping and punching Adonis before headbutting Adonis in the corner and getting a two count. Dane puts on his own Masterlock, but Adonis powers out. Adonis hits a shoulder block and clothesline, but Dane stops him with a back elbow until Adonis stops him with a spinebuster for a close two count. Adonis puts the Masterlock on again, but they end up rolling to the outside. On the outside, Adonis puts it on again but Dane breaks it up by slamming Adonis back first into the ring post. They head back inside, where Adonis ducks a clothesline and tries a Masterlock but his hand is too injured to hold on. Dane breaks out and hits his clothesline for the pin and the win.

Winner: Jax Dane by pinfall at 10:19, to retain

 

Off to Brazil

May Valentine is backstage with Aron Stevens and asks him what he’s going through right now. Stevens says there is no way anyone can know what he is going through right now as he came so close to winning championship gold and not getting it. Tonight, Trevor Murdoch was the better man and if you chase something long enough and it doesn’t love you back, eventually you have to choose your own life. Stevens says him and Valentine got a ticket to Brazil and he is done with this industry. It’s okay he can’t put the World Title on Killer Kowalski’s grave but this industry has given him other things.

Cyon (w/ Austin Idol) vs. Thom Latimer

Cyon takes control right away bringing Latimer down on the mat with a side headlock. Latimer reverses it, but Cyon head stands his way out and puts on a hammerlock. Latimer gets out and hits a dropkick before putting on a headlock himself. Latimer hits a couple leapfrogs and arm drags to hold Cyon back down. Latimer hits a flying shoulder block that sends Cyon to the outside who gets upset and tosses a chair around as his “father” Austin Idol tries to calm him down. Back inside they trade chops and forearms, but Latimer hits a couple of uppercuts before Cyon tosses him neck first into the corner. Cyon stays in control and hits a clothesline for a trio of two counts. They end up on the outside where Cyon back body drops Latimer onto the apron before going back inside where he chokes him out with his boot. Cyon hits a pair of scoop slams and tries to hit a move off the ropes, but Latimer puts his boot up. Latimer hits a pair of clotheslines followed by a sidewalk slam for a two, before Cyon rolls to the outside. Cyon takes advantage, knocking Latimer out on the outside with a dive. They go back and forth inside before Cyon hits Storm Zero for a two. Idol starts talking to Cyon giving him orders as Cyon goes over and talks trash to Latimer while delivering kicks. Latimer comes back and hits a sit-out powerbomb for the pin and the win.

Winner: Thomas Latimer by pinfall at 12:30

NWA World Television Championship: Tyrus (c) (w/ BLK Jeez) vs. Mims

They announce that this match has no time limit. Takes a while for the match to start as Tyrus is talking trash to the fans, but as soon as the bell rings Mims rushes Tyrus and drops him down in the corner where he hits him with kicks and punches. Mims mounts him and hits ten punches before Tyrus pushes him off, hardly. Tyrus tries a splash in the corner, but Mims gets out of the way and keeps hitting him with punches and kicks. Mims ducks a clothesline and tries to pick Tyrus up, but Tyrus holds on to the ropes. Tyrus takes it to the apron, but Mims fights him off by biting him in the head but Tyrus moves out of the way and Mims goes crashing into the ring post. Back inside, Tyrus tosses Mims shoulder first into the turnbuckle before hitting him with a big splash. Tyrus follows with a slam and an elbow drop for a two-count. Tyrus unwraps the bandage from Mims and starts choking him with it before putting on a nerve pinch. Mims comes back from this by body-slamming Tyrus and hitting a standing splash for a two count. BLK Jeez gets on the apron, but Mims grabs him just for Tyrus to knock out Jeez by accident. Mims comes back with a running shoulder tackle but it seemed to injure his shoulder instead. Tyrus goes to end him but Mims fights back with punches in the corner until Tyrus snaps the injured arm. Tyrus calls for the heart punch and teases the crowd to chant for Mims. Mims gets up and gives him the middle finger, but Tyrus lands the Heart Punch and gets the pin.

Winner: Tyrus by pinfall at 8:37, to retain

After the match, BLK Jeez helps Mims up as Tyrus shakes his hand before knocking Mims down with a clothesline.

NWA World Tag Team Championship: La Rebelion (Bestia 666 & Mecha Wolf) (c) vs. Commonwealth Connection (Doug Williams & Harry Smith)

La Rebelion has an extra set of titles with them as they just won the TNT Tag Team Championship in Liverpool, England this past Thursday. Doug Williams and Mecha Wolf start the match with a couple lock-ups before each one does their taunt. Wolf hits a shoulder tackle and a dropkick but Williams comes back with a European uppercut as they hit side headlock takedowns and leg sweeps. Harry Smith and Bestia 666 tag in as Bestia hits a headscissors and a dropkick before tagging Wolf back in as they hit a double superkick, clotheslines in the corner, and a double drop kick for a one-count. Smith hits a back body drop on Bestia and tags in Williams. Smith comes right back as they go for a double suplex, just to transition into a vertical suplex from Smith for a two count. Smith hits a butterfly suplex and gets a two-count before tagging back in Williams. Williams takes Wolf out of the ring with a suplex and gets a two-count on Bestia before holding him down with a front headlock and tags in Smith. Smith puts Bestia on the top rope for a superplex, but Bestia headbutts his way out and hits a Tornado DDT. Bestia tags Wolf for the hot tag who comes in and fights off Williams hitting a rolling dropkick and a springboard forearm before tagging Bestia back in as they hit a pair of kicks and a clothesline. La Rebelion continues to tag in and out while hitting double team offense as Williams seems to be bleeding from the nose. Williams and Smith start double-teaming Bestia hitting a power slam and an assisted leg drop for a two. Williams places Bestia on the top rope, but Wolf breaks it up as they hit the Mark of the Beast but Smith runs in and breaks up the pin. They start attacking Smith now and hit a double running knee before going right after Williams again. They hit Williams with the Total Rebellion but Williams kicks out of that as well. Smith runs in and takes out Bestia, as Williams hits an exploder suplex on Wolf as Bestia superkicks Williams down. The crowd start chanting ‘this is awesome’ as all four men continue to brawl including a powerbomb by Commonwealth Connection. They continue to double team on Bestia before knocking Wolf out of the ring with a double shoulder tackle. Bestia starts fighting them off, before Williams hits Bestia with a suplex off the top rope followed by a flying headbutt by Smith as Williams gets the pin and the win.

Winners: Commonwealth Connection (Doug Williams & Harry Smith) by pinfall at 13:54, to become NEW NWA World Tag Team Champions

The King

May Valentine is backstage with KiLynn King who says she’s been spending the last couple of years working for an opportunity like this and making people understand why she calls herself ‘The King’. That grind has led her right here to this moment to challenge for the World Women’s Championship. King calls herself the dominant competitor and says she has about an inch over on Kamille and while she’s been focused and training, Kamille went away and got married and that should concern Kamille.

NWA World Women’s Championship: Kamille (c) vs. KiLynn King

Bully Ray replaces Velvet Sky on commentary as this following match is from two graduates of his Team 3D Academy. After the referee goes over the rules, they both choose not to give a handshake. As the bell rings though, Kamille extends her hand just to use it to drive King into her. After a couple of tries, King does the same and starts talking trash to her as Bully Ray says he ‘wonders where they learned how to trash talk like that’. Kamille challenges King to a test of strength, in which they go back and forth on until King hits a monkey flip for a couple one counts. King hits a big forearm and picks Kamille up before trying a Shining Wizard that Kamille dodges before hitting a fall-away slam. King gets right back up and hits a stalled vertical suplex for a two-count. King runs the ropes, just for Kamille to knock her down hard with a clothesline which gets Bully Ray on his feet. Kamille keeps King in the corner with stomps before hitting a gutwrench suplex for a two-count. Kamille holds King down with a neck crank but Kamille chops her way out before Kamille hits a spinning heel kick for a two. Kamille hits a trio of European uppercuts for another two. They go back and forth until Kamille hits the Mafia Kick for two as Bully Ray is yelling that they have to hook the leg. Kamille starts driving King shoulder first into the ring post, before King pulls her back in as Kamille’s shoulder goes into the post. King meets Kamille on the outside with a dropkick which sends Kamille into the guard rail. They head back inside where Kamille hits a flying leg drop for a two count.

Kamille stays in control until King bounces off the corners with a missile dropkick. King goes into a flurry of chops and hits a hard clothesline until King hits a snap German suplex for a two count. They go into a forearm exchange before King hits a knee followed by an airplane spin. King ducks Kamille’s slap attempts and hits a swift kick for close two. King goes to the top rope, but Kamille meets her there and places her in the Tree of Woe where she starts stomping King before putting her in the Torture Rack into a spinning neckbreaker for a two. King dodges Kamille’s spear attempt and hits a suplex for a two count. Kamille gets out of the Excalibuster and hits a power slam for a two. King drops Kamille face first and heads to the top rope where she hits a frog splash for a two count. King rushes towards Kamille but Kamille stops her with the spear and gets the pin for the win.

Winner: Kamille by pinfall at 17:06, to retain

Bully Ray gets in the ring after the match and embraces both women. This match was leaps and bounds, the best match on the show. Max the Impaler runs into the ring to get into Kamille’s face, but security holds them both back.

Dr. Tom Prichard

Kyle Davis introduces Tom Prichard who comes out and says he is so proud of Kenzie Paige winning the World Women’s Tag Team Championship here in her hometown and starts talking about all the talent that came out of Tennessee and is happy that Billy Corgan brought NWA back to Knoxville and has a feeling it won’t be the last time. Prichard thanks everybody for supporting wrestling and the NWA and tells them to enjoy the main event.

Not Alwayz Ready

Matt Cardona comes out in street clothes accompanied by Chelsea Green, Mike Knox and VSK. Cardona says this is not a good time to get injured as it was supposed to be the greatest night of his life. This PPV was named after him and he’s earned it but unfortunately he’s unable to compete. Cardona says he came here for two reasons, to win the ten pounds of gold and to save the NWA. Whether the boys in the back want to admit it or not, that’s exactly what they have done. Cardona says he’s proud of Knox, VSK is the future of the business and Chelsea looking lovely tonight and how everybody should be proud of all of them. They are on top of the wrestling business and everybody knows he’s the Worlds Heavyweight Champion. Cardona said when he won the title it was all shiny, but now it’s scratched and missing some jewels because he takes it all over the world and he is proud to be the champion and has worked 19 years to be a worlds champion. It’s no secret that Nick Aldis doesn’t like him but they are more alike than he thinks as they both need that championship but unfortunately they won’t find out who the better man is tonight. Cardona talks about getting surgery on Tuesday and being out 3 to 5 months and when he woke up from surgery the first thing he thought about was the title and talks about how much he loves and needs it and is upset that he might have to give it up.

Cardona says he calls the shots and it’s up to him, which prompts NWA President William Patrick Corgan to come out. Corgan brings Cardona close for a talk that the microphone doesn’t pick up as it looks like Corgan asks Cardona for the title but Cardona doesn’t want to. As Cardona is contemplating it, Nick Aldis walks out, dressed to wrestle. Aldis gets on the mic and says Cardona isn’t the only one nursing an injury as his back is killing him from carrying this promotion for the last 5 years and says Cardona is a typical Ex-WWE guy parasite and how he slid into NWA and conned his way into a top spot. Aldis says it’s not his belt, it’s the belt of Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Harley Race and a symbol of history. There’s a reason why Flair calls him personally and wants him on the card for the Jim Crockett Promotions and why Race gave his final recorded interview talking to him. And there’s a reason why Dory Funk Jr. asked him to present him the lifetime achievement award, as he would have asked Cardona to go get him a hot dog. Aldis said all of Cardona’s demands are a smokescreen that Cardona isn’t a good enough wrestler to be the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion and tells Cardona to go nurse himself to 100% and when he is, he can give him a call. Aldis says if anybody is ready, he will wrestle them and send this crowd home happy as Trevor Murdoch makes his way out. Murdoch says he has a rematch clause that he is cashing it in now as Corgan tries to take away the title from Cardona again.

Kamille and Thom Latimer make their way to the ring now and get in Corgan’s face. Kamille says Latimer should be the next heavyweight champion as Latimer talks about how long Corgan has been his boss but from day one he hasn’t thought of him as a main event title and he wouldn’t know talent if it spat him in the face and in about 20 minutes he will walk out of here as the worlds champion. Samuel Shaw now makes his way out to the ring and actually talks saying he wants in on this match. Corgan stills tries to take the title away from Cardona, as Cardona kisses it and reluctantly gives it to Corgan before storming to the back. Corgan points to Aldis, Murdoch, Latimer and Shaw and makes a fatal four-way match for the vacant championship.

NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship: Nick Aldis vs. Trevor Murdoch vs. Thom Latimer vs. Samuel Shaw

As the bell rings, all four start brawling with each other taking it to the outside. Murdoch tosses Latimer over the barricade as they start brawling into the crowd, with Murdoch clotheslining Latimer into the chairs. Shaw and Aldis follow them into the crowd. They all continue to fight in the audience before Aldis tosses Shaw back ringside until Aldis tosses Shaw back over the guardrail on the other side where they head all the way to the back wall and Aldis slams Shaw repeatedly into it. Murdoch starts pulling Latimer into the steel post as Shaw takes control of Aldis. All four continue to brawl ring side until Shaw and Aldis finally make it back inside the ring where Aldis hits a Thesz Press. Latimer joins them and starts going after Aldis. Latimer and Shaw have a staredown before they start working together on Aldis. Murdoch gets in the ring and joins in on a three on one attack on Aldis, as Murdoch hits a big splash in the corner and goes for the cover that Latimer and Shaw break up right away and that alliance quickly comes to an end. Shaw rushes Aldis and gets tossed over the top to the outside as Aldis suplexes Murdoch for a two count. We get a short Strictly Business reunion but that doesn’t last long as Aldis and Latimer then start going at it. Murdoch tries a top rope bulldog on Shaw, but he stops him and joins him on the top, before getting pushed off. Aldis and Latimer stop Murdoch, but he pushes them off and hits a cross body to the other three on the outside.

As Murdoch tries to get up, he starts limping a little as commentary mentions how it could be his knee. Aldis and Latimer roll into the ring where Latimer hits a spear for the pin, but Shaw pulls the referee out on two. Shaw goes under the ring as Latimer goes after him but can’t find him. Instead, Latimer goes to the top rope, but Aldis meets him up there. Murdoch joins in and hits a Tower of Doom, covering Aldis who kicks out at two. Shaw appears and tosses Murdoch into the guardrail before going inside and attacks Aldis and Latimer, hitting them both with running bulldogs, belly-to-back suplexes and leg drops. Shaw goes to the top rope, but Murdoch tries to stop him. Shaw punches him off and goes for the flying leg drop, but Latimer moves out of the way. Murdoch hits Shaw with a sit-out powerbomb for a two-count, followed by Latimer hitting Murdoch with a top rope moonsault for a one-count. Aldis puts the figure four on Murdoch, but Latimer and Shaw break it up with top rope knee drops. Latimer hits an implant DDT on Aldis, but Shaw takes Latimer out with a superkick before trying one on Aldis, who blocks it and hits a stunner. Murdoch goes up top for the bulldog, but his foot gets caught the same way it did earlier in his match with Aron Stevens. Latimer takes advantage and hits a sit-out powerbomb for a two before Shaw puts the Silence on Latimer but Aldis breaks it up with an elbow drop. Aldis hits a Tombstone on Shaw, but he kicks out at two. Aldis puts the cloverleaf on Murdoch, but Latimer breaks it up before getting back body dropped to the outside. Aldis sends Shaw to the outside as Murdoch hits the top rope bulldog on Aldis and gets the pin and the win.

Winner: Trevor Murdoch by pinfall at 18:10, to become NEW NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion

Murdoch cuts the music off and says he told everybody what he was going to do and he did that shit. He doesn’t care what you look like, if you want something bad enough, you go get it. Corgan and Bully Ray shake Murdoch’s hand on his way to the back as the show comes to an end.

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