Sky is the Limit Results
In the opening match, “Omega” Aaron Draven defended the contract he won at “Royal Battle”, which guarantees whoever is in possession of it a Remix Pro Title match anytime they choose, against Jason “The Gift” Kincaid. Late in the match, Kincaid went for a piledriver, but “Omega” was able to reverse it into a hurricanrana into a pin to get the 1-2-3.
*“The Gift” was visibly angry after the match. He surely thought he was seconds away from dropping Draven on his head with the piledriver and gaining possession of the contract.
In the second match of the evening, Matt Conard made his Remix Pro debut and defeated Zac Vincent in a match that showcased the Reaper's vicious offense. Conard used cellophane, much like he did at “Royal Battle”, to ground the high-flying Zac Vincent after the ref was knocked down momentarily. Zac fought back from this reprehensible act, but in the end, it was Matt Conard who had his hand raised in victory.
*It must be noted that during this match, Steff Leppard, who was fired by Dirk Extreme at “Royal Battle” made her way to the commentary table and expressed her interest in Matt Conard all throughout the match.
The third bout saw Viper defeat Jason Gory with a double under-hook piledriver, despite numerous interference from Mr. Smith. Jason Gory took the fight to Viper, despite Viper's hardcore reputation, but as many have found out over the years, it is difficult to keep the “Landlord of Death” down for a three count. Unfortunately, for Jason Gory and the rest of the Anti-Heroes, it appeared that even after gaining the victory, Viper's thirst for revenge has not been quenched yet.
In the fourth match, Cole Cash defeated TJ Phillips via DQ after TJ stabbed Cash in the neck with a spike in front of the referee. TJ had some words for Cash before the match could begin and promised that he would have a legit match, without any cheap tricks or interference, to show that he is a legit wrestler who can beat Cash anywhere and any time. Cash suffered an arm injury early on in the match and Phillips capitalized on it immediately and often. Once Cash started to gain some momentum and appeared to have TJ reeling, Phillips blatantly jabbed a spike into Cash's neck in clear view of the referee.
*After the match “The American Idol” Dirk Extreme came out on crutches (due to an injury suffered at “Royal Battle”) to confront the Anti-Heroes. The Anti-Heroes attacked Extreme and went for his bad leg. Viper ran out to make the save before the Anti-Heroes could further aggravate Idol’s injury. Viper was also able to do what everyone in the building wished they could when he grabbed Mr. Smith by the collar and punched him square in the jaw.
Adam Johnson and Joe Offenberger made their way to the ring to announce that a couple of special people had birthdays coming up and invited them both to the ring to celebrate. Adam's long time friend, Billy Johnson, along with Velvet Sky, made their way to the ring. Johnson said since both of them have birthdays coming up they should celebrate right then and there with some cake. Unfortunately, instead of cake, Mr. Smith made his way to the ring. Irritated about losing two matches in a row, Smith said there would be no celebrating and no one gave a damn about anyone’s birthday. This prompted “Omega” Aaron Draven to make his way to the ring. “Omega” stated he was tired of the Anti-Heroes and tired of being overlooked and ignored due to the constant attention the Anti-Heroes seek out. Smith rudely dismissed him and turned his back on him in a show of disrespect. “Omega” promptly turned Mr. Smith back around and connected with an enziguri to Smith's head; knocking him out of the ring. Draven then announced that the reason he was out here was to officially cash in his contract in the night's main event! The Remix Pro Championship match went from being between Facade and Krimson to a triple threat match.
The fifth match of the evening saw“Freebird” Bryan Cross defeat the “Party Peacock” Dalton Castle by reversing a fireman’s carry into an ace crusher. In what quickly became the “Battle of the Birds”, Castle and Cross went back and forth in a superb wrestling match. Both men clearly had something to prove, but in the end, it was Cross who wanted it more. “Freebird”, who has mostly been a tag wrestler at Remix, is climbing the ranks as a singles competitor, and it seems like it is only a matter of time before he steps into the spotlight as a contender for the Remix title.
In the semi-main event, the Remix Pro Champion, Façade, overcame the odds and pinned Krimson to retain the title. However, it was the Anti-Heroes who would leave with the championship. All three men battled back and forth with equal intensities and determination. Aaron Draven looked to be one “Spanish Fly” away from winning the title when Jason Kincaid made his way to ringside. Draven dove to the floor to take the fight right to Kincaid, but was quickly cut off. Once “The Gift” had the upper hand, he delivered a piledriver to Draven onto the floor, completely taking “Omega” out of the match. Moments later, Facade rolled Krimson up for the win. Seconds after the three count, TJ Phillips, Jason Gory, and Sam Smith hit the ring to deliver a beat-down on Facade. Cole Cash and Viper ran out to try and even things up, but the Anti-Heroes escaped through the crowd and ran out of the building with Facade's title.
*As of now, the Anti-Heroes have remained quiet about their actions, and with all the questions they left us with at the end of the night, the only thing we know for sure is that Facade remains the Remix Pro Champion whether he is in possession of the title or not.
The main event saw the TNA Knockout, Velvet Sky, defeated Sassy Stephie with the “In Yo' Face!” (a double under-hook sit-out face-buster). There was obviously a lot of animosity between these two and both women were at top form for this contest. Sassy Stephie showed off some tremendous wrestling talent and nearly had the match won by submission on a few occasions. Both women made quite a case for themselves when it comes to the Remix Pro Women's Title rankings.