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Smash Wrestling Episode 34 & 35 Results



Episode 34 (Original Air Date – March 8, 2018)

  • The show starts with Tyson Dux’s successful title defence against FTM two months ago. We see Dux’s rivalry with SSB and FTM’s betraying him by joining forces with SSB.

FTM def. Tyson Dux via pinfall to become the new Smash Champion. FTM got the pin after SSB distracted the referee and Vanessa Kraven hits Dux to cost him the title.

Promo for the F8ful Eight Annual Tag Team Tournament. Fight or Flight, SSB, The Kevin Bennett Experience and OVE are announced.

Well Oiled Machines (‘Psycho’ Mike Rollins & Braxton Sutter)  def. TDT (Mathieu St-Jacques & Thomas Dubois) in a Ladder match to become the first Smash Tag Team champions.

Episode 35 (Original Air Date – March 15, 2018)

The show starts with a replay of last week’s tag team Ladder match for the newly introduced Tag Team titles.

Stu Grayson – from SSB def. Daniel Garcia via pinfall. Garcia made his Smash Wrestling debut. He is a student of Braxton Sutter. After the match Grayson attacked Garcia.

When Grayson goes backstage, Braxton Sutter confronts him. The two get into a heated exchange as security keep both men separated.

Well Oiled Machines (‘Psycho’ Mike Rollins & Braxton Sutter) def. Kill/Screen (Kevin Blackwood & “Hacker” Scotty O’Shea) via pinfall to retain their Tag Team titles. After the match O’Shea scolds Blackwood and attacks him.

There’s a replay of the Smash Wrestling Title match between Tyson Dux and FTM.

Dux is backstage. Cody Deaner walk into the room. He greets Dux, who tells him one thing that frustrates him about his Title run is how he lost it. He says it not anyone’s fault but his own. He was overconfident. For all the years he’s done this his overconfidence got to him. Due then warns him about Evil Uno. He won’t

Evil Uno (from SSB) def. Cody Deaner via pinfall after a distraction from Stu Grayson. After the match, both SSB members attack Deaner but Tyson Dux runs to the ring to make the save.

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