WINNER: JUSTIN SANE
With the Italianos back to full power, the RWC came prepared with McDonald's Happy meals to assist the long afternoon they were facing. To the tag champs credit they focused their attack on Primo Scordino who had just returned from a back injury. Primo was cut off from his partner for a long stretch of time but the RWC could not put him away. Stickball was eventually the recipient of the tag and began taking over the match. Hellcat got desperate to stop the onslaught and interfered. This time the referee saw the foul and disqualified the RWC who remain champions regardless of their loss.
Jake O'ReilLy VS Tomer Shalom
WINNER: TOMER SHALOM
METHOD: PIN FALL
Merritton Community Centre, St. Catharines, ON.
|Tomer Shalom||Jake O'Reily||Pin Fall|
|LaPlante/Crazzy Steve||Jarvis/Rage||Pin Fall|
|Jay Moore||Jeremy Elliott||Escape|
This match was an "anything you can do I can do better" game. Both men exhibited ridiculous skills in a very competitive and exciting bout. Custom with vastly more experience and the younger Justin Sane. Custom matched the offensive output of Sane and even schooled the up and comer several times. Custom, known as a master mat technician went airborne in the match and almost connected with a huge top rope splash. That one mistake let Sane hit his own massive splash to bring this match to it's end.
WHO IS THIS BEAST?
The Italiano's VS Rochester Wrecking Crew
Jaxon Jarvis and Chris Laplante have been at each others throats for the last several months and this time they had each had a partner. The Supernova of Superstars Rage would be in Professionals corner while Go Time has TNA's Crazzy Steve. In a bizarre turn of events, Rage was overcome with a bout of Coulrophobia...the fear of clowns! With this development, Steve chased the Big man out of the building leaving Jarvis perplexed and distracted. LaPlante took advantage of the chaos and hit a brutal spear on the unsuspecting Jarvis and pinned him for the win.
With the odds against him, Jay Moore proved again that his intellect and hired fire power can never be counted out. Before Elliott ever got into the cage, the infamous 5 brutalised him for several minutes. The commissioner and board of directors were helpless as the contract specifically stated the bout doesn't start until both men are in the cage. Despite the their protestations, Crossfire Executives were outsmarted. When Elliott was finally thrown into the cage, a fresh and jubilant Jay Moore worked him over some more. But as shown in the past, the Champion came back and put the manager of champions through a table with a death valley driver. That's when the final card came in Moore's favour. The legendary Kongo Kong descended upon Elliott and put the final destructive sequence on him; a rolling splash, a choke slam, and a massive top rope splash by the 6'7"-400 lb Kong obliterated any hope. Jay Moore leaves the cage with his new man, Kongo Kong and wins the cage match.
Infamous Jay Moore VS Jeremy Elliott (Steel Cage)
Fired Up 2015 Results
The Professional Jaxon Jarvis and Rage VS Go Time Chris Laplante and Crazzy Steve
The Night Train Justin Sane VS Markus Custom Ryan
JEREMY ELLIOTT BADLY
LEGENDARY GIANT MONSTER WREAKS HAVOC AT FIRED UP 2015
Two grizzled veterans met in singles action to start things off. Shalom was extremely pensive to lock up with Ju Jitsu specialist O'Reilly but eventually was caught and forced into the action. Both men showcased why they have been in the game for so long with the match eventually becoming a tactical affair. While both wrestlers had opportunities to put the other away, Shalom hit a wall and realized O'Reilly was getting the better of him and resorted to an illegal pin out of the referee's sight to pick up the win.
WINNER: JAY MOORE