Pacific Coast Wrestling Excels; John Hennigan Wins Championship From Rob Van Dam

Pacific Coast Wrestling runs out of Wilmington, CA. PCW is the latest extension of a lineage of Southern California wrestling promotions. Fans in attendance, more than fifteen rows deep, to see a star-stacked supercard of the top professional wrestling entertainers in the world with many of their top tier local talent.

The production team did a great job with setting up the venue with a unique logo for every curtain. Two entrance stages were set for each of the two locker rooms for opposing competitors.

Rob Van Dam, the PCW Heavyweight Champion, headlined this show with John Hennigan.

Sami Callihan faced Willie Mack in an intense opening match of the night; two of the biggest superstars in the sport of professional wrestling fought for the number one contentendership for the Pacific Coast Wrestling Heavyweight Championship. Callihan won the match and will earn a title opportunity at “Second to None” on July 28 at the ILWU Memorial Hall in Wilmington, CA.

Eli Everfly got a disqualification win against Alexander Hammerstone, but Hammerstone decimated Everfly after the match.

Kikutaro defeated Joey Ryan using a prop to Ryan’s mouth and a running lower body attack.

Lio Rush beat Xtreme Tiger, to be the number one contender for the Light Heavyweight Championship, in an aerial spectacle. Rush earned a match for the Pacific Coast Wrestling Light Heavyweight Championship at “Second to None” on July 28 at the ILWU Memorial Hall in Wilmington, CA.

WARBEAST, Almighty Sheik and Brody King, defended the PCW Tag Team Championships in a bloody battle against the Dirty Blondes, that went out to the streets of Wilmington. Sheik won the match for his team with a Camel Clutch.

Douglas James won the Light Heavyweight championship from Mr. 450, after a series of superkicks and a hitting a running knee to the head.

Over a thousand people sang with RVD’s theme during his entrance, a flashback to years ago.

John Hennigan won the Heavyweight Championship after a grueling no-disqualification fight. Almost a thousand fans were on their feet for this match recording the moments that they came here to see. Hennigan and Van Dam took the fight to the outside, wrestling amongst the fans to their approval. They used chairs, the barricade, and put their bodies on the line for the Pacific Coast Wrestling Heavyweight Championship.

Hennigan defeated Van Dam for the title after pinning him with a springboard corkscrew moonsault. Almost a thousand fans in attendance voiced their reactions, all at once; deafening, shaking the building.

Hennigan challenged Penta 0M for a match for the Heavyweight Championship. Sami Callihan winning the number one contendership was acknowledged by Hennigan. Hennigan therefore proposed a triple threat match for the Pacific Coast Wrestling Heavyweight Championship at “Second to None” on July 28 at the ILWU Memorial Hall in Wilmington, CA.

Pacific Coast Wrestling is a can’t-miss show produces what fans want to see. Catch this company at the ILWU Memorial Hall in Wilmington, CA to follow the ongoing match-ups for years to come.

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