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WWN Supershow Mercury Rising 2018 live results: Sekimoto vs. Lee, Ringkampf vs. Doom Patrol, and more!

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WWN returns tonight at 8PM Central with the 2018 edition of the annual supershow, Mercury Rising, in New Orleans, Louisiana, courtesy of the fine folks at the World Wrestling Network and FITE TV. If you need a primer on what's going down tonight, feel free to check out my preview here, as well as my recaps of Evolve 102 (here) and Evolve 103 (here), but be sure to come back to this thread to chat about it with the finest pro wrestling community on the internet while you watch, whether it's through the website, Roku channel, or whatever other device you may be tuning in on. And remember, Club WWN has launched, so really there’s no reason not to subscribe and get archive access along with the shows at a 50% discount.

And even if you’re not buying, you can catch the first match on WWN’s Facebook page for free.

WWN Supershow: Mercury Rising 2018 will begin at 8PM CDT/9PM EDT. See the first match featuring the six stars who are...

Posted by WWNLive on Friday, April 6, 2018

Here's a run-down of the card for tonight, and we'll update with basic results here, too:

AR Fox, DJ Z, & Trey Miguel over Austin Theory, Travis Banks, & Zachary Wentz by pinfall with a 450 splash from DJ on Wentz.

Zack Sabre, Jr. over Munenori Sawa by submission with Orienteering With Napalm Death.

WorkHorsemen (Anthony Henry & James Drake) over Catch Point (Dominic Garrini & “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams) and the End (Odinson & Parrow) by pinfall with a double stomp from Henry through a table that was set up on both members of the End. (New Orleans Street Fight)

LuFisto (c) over Holidead by pinfall with the Burning Hammer to retain the Shine Championship.

Kimber Lee returns to challenge LuFisto at Shine 50!

Daisuke Sekimoto over Keith Lee by pinfall with the bridging German suplex.

Doom Patrol (Chris Dickinson & Jaka) (c) over Ringkampf (Timothy Thatcher & WALTER) by pinfall with Death Trap on Thatcher, retaining the Evolve Tag Team Championship.

Matt Riddle (c) over Will Ospreay by submission with the Bromission to retain the Evolve World Championship.

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