Jaxon Jarvis couldn't live with himself knowing he had never defeated Chris LaPlante. He was embarrassed and yet obsessed with getting a win over "Go Time". Should the Professional lose again to LaPlante, it would be a catastrophic result. Fresh of his 2nd place world ranking in the NYC world moustache championship, Jarvis entered the bout with his prized facial personification of masculinity determined to get it done. Once again, "Go Time" had all the answers, stifling every Jarvis gambit until the unthinkable happened. LaPlante, looking to teach Jarvis a lesson, grabbed the famed curls of the professional moustache and threatened to hurl Jarvis by it...only it ripped off his face, proving to be 100% fake. The crowd gasped in shock as LaPlante mockingly placed the thing on his face. This proved however to be the distraction Jarvis needed to finally get the win over the heavy favourite, Chris LaPlante. Now, Jaxon Jarvis has some explaining to do.
"THE NIGHT TRAIN" JUSTIN SANE VS "SATURDAY NIGHT DELIGHT" TYLER TIRVA
Merritton Community Centre
|Jaxon Jarvis||Chris LaPlante||Pin Fall|
|Justin Sane||Tyler Tirva||Pin Fall|
|Cody Deaner||Eric Young/Kongo Kong||Pin Fall(Kong)|
"THE ANTI DIVA" KAITLIN DIEMOND (C) VS "THE HARDCORE PRINCESS" JEWELLS MALONE
After Jewells Malone gave Kaitlin Diemond everything she could handle in July, this rematch was made as clearly Malone came closest than any other woman to the championship. In one of the nights best matches, the two veterans went into deep waters in a long and punishing match that saw both women dig deep for everything they could. Out of their comfort zones, both resorted to innovation and surprise moves outside their usual arsenal to put the other away. Both ladies had a highly effective game plan going into this one. A true war of attrition, the fans were witness to the most gruelling women's match in the companies history. This was as close a contest you will ever see. Though both of these women are deserving of being a champion, there can only be one Crossfire Wrestling Undisputed Women's Champion of the World. And after all was said and done, Kaitlin Diemond's name remains on the title.
Justin Sane vs Tyler Tirva is in it's own right a main event match up. Both men have all the acumen to be professional wrestlers and are among the elite. It showed in every way as these men put on a five star match with the fans out of their seats and screaming. It was a special and rare moment when their contest transcended wrestling itself. This match was by far and away one of the greatest matches in Crossfire Wrestling's history. On this special evening when 3 of the matches were otherworldly, many would single this one out as the crown jewel. Nothing can be taken away from either man, but in the end, The Night Train got the win over the Saturday night delight. This is a match Crossfire fans would love to revisit in a rematch in the near future.
"THE PROFESSIONAL" JAXON JARVIS VS "GO TIME" CHRIS LAPLANTE
A NEW ERA BEGINS
AT A NIGHT OF
A titanic battle was forged after World Champion Jeremy Elliott was forced to abdicate his championship because of health reasons. Immediately Jay Moore and Kongo Kong demanded the belt be presented to Kong due to forfeit. However, an perplexed Cody Deaner came out to question his manager as to why the Infamous One was advocating on Kong's behalf. Deaner immediately staked his claim to the title citing his longer tenure in the company. What these men forgot about in the moment was former TNA World Heavyweight Champion Eric Young who wanted to settle his differenced with Deaner. All three chose to drop their lingering issues with one another in a chance to win gold in a 3 way championship match instead.
This match, was without a doubt, the greatest match in the promotions history. With just over 150 matches through out Crossfire Wrestling's four and a half years, this match is the undisputed #1 of all time. All 3 competitors again went outside themselves to win the title. This is an absolute honour for Crossfire to have these men compete as hard as they did for our fans. Nothing was spared by them. They gave it everything they had. It was vicious, explosive, unbelievable, awesome and beautiful to behold. This was something special. In the end, the Redneck Renegade Cody Deaner emerges as your new, Undisputed, Crossfire Wrestling Heavyweight Champion of the World.
With this clash, the feud between the Italianos and the reigning World Tag Team Champions, The Rochester Wrecking Crew would see it's conclusion. The RWC had pulled out all the stops, even nefarious means to repel the Italianos. This was another closely contested battle that went back and forth. With the titles looking like they would finally be pried from the hands of the RWC, Rage and the Professional interfered and reprehensibly cost the Italianos what could be their last shot. Gambino was livid and could not convince the official to overturn the decision. Instead he was forced to watch the RWC leave the Merritton Arena once more with the gold. The Italianos are sure to be looking for revenge on at least two parts of the Infamous Five in the new year.
CODY DEANER VS ERIC YOUNG VS KONGO KONG
FOR THE VACANT CROSSFIRE WRESTLING WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
ROCHESTER WRECKING CREW (C) VS THE ITALIANOS