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PWG All-Star Weekend X Results: American Wolves headed to WWE?

The indie West Coast super-show promotion held their tenth annual All-Star Weekend event this Friday and Saturday night in Reseda, CA. Get the results, as well as rumors about some talents who may be joining the big leagues soon.

At the last big Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) show in August, Kevin Steen was frustrated that independent wrestling fans were always chanting for someone other than him.  Despite his commitment to the circuit and record of excellence, fans were always cheering for his old nemesis El Generico, or Michael Elgin, or Drake Younger.  In an effort to dominant the scene and punish those fans, Steen joined with the PWG tag champs The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) and the man who beat him for the PWG World title, Adam Cole, to form The Mount Rushmore of Wrestling.

It was with that as the back story that we headed into...


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Night One

Mount Rushmore opened the show looking to flex their microphone muscle, but Chris Hero hit the scene looking for his title match with Cole then and there. Hero wanted his match RIGHT NOW, but the heels bailed.

Brian Cage defeated Tony Nese

The "we survived TNA" duo of Candice LaRae and Joey Ryan beat RockNES Monsters.  Fans of inter-gender action will be happy to know that LaRae won with a top rope moonsault onto Johnny Goodtime.

Drake Younger beat Tommaso Ciampa

Johnny Gargano submitted Davey Richards.  After the match, Richards, who just appeared on WWE NXT as Derek Billington, announced that it was his last Weekend and that he would be headed to "Orlando".

Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent?) were victorious against Dojo Brothers (Roderick Strong and Eddie Edwards).  Everyone hugged it out post-match, most likely as part of "Die-Hard" doing the job on his way out of the promotion.

Michael Elgin defeated ACH

Mount Rushmore (Steen and The Young Bucks) beat All Night Long (AR Fox, Ricochet and Rich Swann) in what was described as an insane match.

PWG World Title
Adam Cole defeated Chris Hero to retain. There was a bunch of shenanigans to protect the returning Hero, and after the match he cut a babyface promo swearing to work his way to another title shot.

Night Two

RockNes Monsters over Bboy & Willie Mack and PPPRRray (Peter Avalon & Ray Rosas)

Tommaso Ciampa defeated Tony Nese

Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent?) made it a 2 - 0 weekend with a victory over Unbreakable Fn Machines (Brian Cage and Michael Elgin)

Chris Hero beat ACH, then spoke and was said to put over the younger man in a big way.  Afterwards, Kevin Steen made his way to the ring and hit the package piledriver on ACH.

Dojo Brothers defeated Fox and Swann. Then it was Eddie's turn to say goodbye.  He thanked the crowd and boys (and girl) in the back.  Roddy lead the crowd in singing "Happy Birthday" to Edwards.

Ricochet then beat Davey, and the entire locker room made their way out for what was said to be an emotional send-off for the Wolves.

Candice LeRae, Joey Ryan, & Drake Younger defeated Mount Rushmore

PWG World Title match
Adam Cole retained for the second time of the weekend when he beat Johnny Gargano following interference and a low blow.


There are no confirmed reports that The American Wolves have signed with WWE, despite their air time on NXT.  Cole has also been rumored to have had discussions with HHH's team in developmental, and many (myself included) believe it's only a matter of time before he shows up in Orlando.  Ricochet recently was rumored to have been a part of a weekend tryout at the Performance Center.

Speaking of Orlando, some reports took Richards' speech from Friday night to mean that TNA is a possibility.  The only thing we know for sure is that he isn't headed back to Ring of Honor any time soon.


There you go, graps fans.  Anybody see the show?  Or have thoughts on the results, or the futures for the men who performed?

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