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  • Writer's pictureCarlos Astorga

GCW - Blood On The Hills Results (12/17/2021)


On December 17, Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) returns to Los Angeles for its “Blood on the Hills” show. The star-studded card includes The Briscoes, Jacob Fatu, Matt Cardona, Jonathan Gresham, PCO, Brody King and much more.


The lineup is as follows:


GCW World Tag Team Championship: The Briscoes (c) vs. Brody King and PCO

Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green vs. BUSSY (Effy and Allie Katch)

Pure Rules Match for the ROH Championship: Jonathan Gresham (c) vs. AJ Gray

Blake Christian vs. Alex Zayne

Jacob Fatu vs. Matthew Justice

Tony Deppen vs. Nick Wayne

No Ropes Barbed Wire Match: Atticus Cogar vs. Jordan Oliver


*The stream on FITE had a delayed beginning due to technical difficulties; after an advertised start time of 11 p.m. EST, the stream didn’t start [for this writer] until 11:30 p.m. EST with the GCW World Tag Team Championship match. In a tweet, GCW owner Brett Lauderdale explained that the difficulties were on FITE’s end, and they asked for more time right before the show was set to begin. GCW’s Twitter page quickly confirmed that the issues only


GCW World Tag Team Championship: The Briscoes (c) vs. Brody King and PCO

The match quickly spilled outside of the ring, and it was more of a brawl than a match, in some ways. PCO and King overpowered the Briscoes at various points. “Th French Frankenstein” wowed the crowd with a dive to the outside. PCO asks King to chop him, and he does. Mark Briscoe is busted open as chairs get involved very soon into the bout. The Briscoes slam PCO onto two chairs that have been set up like a table. King starts bleeding like a stuck pig, too. King writes “Die” in blood on a door and spears Jay through the wood.


The monster goes for his signature senton on the apron, but he doesn’t quite hit it. He later goes crashing through two doors at ringside when he gets shoved off the top rope. The Jay Driller and the Froggy Bow put King down.


Winners and still GCW World Tag Team Champions: The Briscoes


The two teams shake hands and show their respect for each other after the bell.


Tony Deppen vs. Nick Wayne

Deppen and Wayne feel each other out with some fast-paced offense. The veteran takes control and grounds Wayne, who starts bleeding. Wayne rallies by kicking Deppen in the head, but his arm gives way on an attempted dive to the outside. Deppen aims to capitalize, but Wayne keeps fighting with a flurry of offense. Wayne gets a two count, and the momentum is fully in his corner. Deppen blocks a Swanton and drops Wayne with a German suplex. Wayne catches Deppen with a standing Spanish Fly. The two men keep trading shots, and a Poison-rana, followed by a springboard cutter earns Wayne a two count.


Deppen hits two sets of double knees for a two count of his own. He blasts Wayne with a knee to the face, but Wayne plants him with a Destroyer. Wayne refuses to tap out to the Cattle Mutilation. Deppen drills Wayne in the head with some elbows and a stiff knee to the back of the head for the win.


Winner: Tony Deppen


A video package recaps Matt Cardona’s feud with Effy and the way it branched off into a rivalry between Chelsea Green and Allie Katch.


Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green vs. BUSSY (Effy and Allie Katch)

Cardona licks Green’s face during their entrance and flips off a fan, including a little kid, who gives him the bird right back. The Internet Champion grabs a mic and says, “All hail the ‘Deathmatch King'” before he promises to “kill” BUSSY.


Katch slaps Green, and the two women brawl to kick-start the match. Effy takes the fight to Cardona, to the crowd’s delight. The Internet Champion hits Effy with a missile dropkick and plays to the crowd. Cardona shoves Katch to the ground, and both men are down after a clothesline. Green and Katch lock their respective opponents in head-scissors. Effy kisses Cardona to stun him. Cardona sends Katch to the outside. Effy hits a running senton on Mr. Always Ready. Effy shoves his crotch into Cardona’s face, but Green saves her fiancé. The Cardonas take control and briefly share a heated kiss.


Cardona drops Effy with a neckbreaker. Matt and Chelsea double-team Effy and continue to maintain the advantage for a few minutes. Cardona goes for his classic Broski boot, but Effy sends him crashing to the outside. He boots Effy in the face on a second attempt. Effy rallies and drops both Cardonas with a double-team superplex. Katch tags in and clears house. She mocks Cardona’s Broski boot and hits a cannonball for a two count. Cardona drops Katch from behind with a DDT. He parodies Effy and shoves his crotch into Katch’s face, but BUSSY nails him with a modified Doomsday Device. Green hits Effy and Katch with a chair. Cardona nearly hits Green with a chair when Effy dodges him. Effy throws a chair at Cardona, but Green hits him below the belt. Somehow, Effy kicks out of the Radio Silence. Katch evades Cardona, and he accidentally blasts Green with the Internet Championship, busting her open in the process.


Cardona dodges Effy, who blasts Green again. Effy hits Cardona with a spear, Katch plants him with a piledriver, and Katch piledrives Green onto Cardona for the win.


Winners: BUSSY


Cardona consoles the bloodied Green after the match. He flips off the crowd, and the couple starts to storm away. Before they leave, Cardona says, “GCW is only a promotion” because of him. He says he put GCW on the map before he says the company can “have” the Hammerstein. He says, “F— you, Brett Lauderdale” before he yells, “I quit.”


Pure Rules Match for the ROH World Championship: Jonathan Gresham (c) vs. AJ Gray

Gresham and Gray lock up and exchange holds. The match reaches the next level, and Gray connects on a moonsault. Gray drills Gresham with closed fists and gets a warning for violating the Pure Rules. Gresham rallies and takes control. He dives onto Gray outside the ring. “The Octopus” rocks Gray with a flurry of offense and several elbows. Gray nearly gets the win with a stiff lariat. He continues to overpower the champion. In the end, Gresham gains the upper hand, locks in the Octopus hold and drills Gray with more elbows until the referee is forced to call for the bell.


Winner and still ROH World Champion: Jonathan Gresham


Blake Christian vs. Alex Zayne

Christian and Zayne trade fast-paced offense early on. Zayne takes control with some high-flying offense, including a running spinning splash. He chops Christian in the corner, but Christian rolls through a hurricanrana attempt and gets a two count. “All Heart” dives onto “The Sauce” outside the ring. The two men fight into the crowd. Christian runs off the wall and launches off the barricade with a moonsault. Zayne sends Christian flying with a hurricanrana off the top. Christian drops Zayne with a clothesline and hits a split-legged moonsault for a two count.


Zayne catches Christian with a shotgun dropkick. “The Sauce” hits the Crunchwrap Supreme (flipping-double knees) for a two count. Zayne blocks a springboard 450 splash. The two competitors trade blows, and Christian nails Zayne with a rolling elbow to the back of the head for the win.


Winner: Blake Christian


After the bout, Christian thanks Zayne and calls him his brother. He tries to cut a promo, but the mic cuts out. He perseveres and says he came back to be the best. He issues an open challenge and dares anyone to walk through his “door.” Christian challenges Gresham to a match for the ROH World Championship at GCW “The Wrld On GCW.”


Jacob Fatu vs. Matthew Justice

Juicy Finau accompanies Fatu to the ring, but the latter brings some chairs out to even the odds. He dives onto Fatu at ringside and uses the chair on him early on. The two men brawl, and Fatu takes control after Justice controls the opening minutes. Justice Spears Fatu through a door. They fight into the crowd, and Justice takes Finau down. Justice Spears Fatu off the apron and sends him crashing through a door. He hits a splash, but Finau plants Justice with a Samoan drop at ringside. Finau helps Fatu gain the upper hand, as they smash him with chunks of a door. The injured Starboy Charlie, on crutches, and his mom are at ringside Starboy’s mom slaps Fatu, and the two powerhouses carry Charlie into the ring.


Fatu attacks members of the security team, and other officials try to keep Mama Starboy out of the ring. Justice chases Fatu to the back while Starboy’s mom and medical officials on him in the ring. Fatu and Finau attack Charlie right in front of his mom. Finau holds Mama Starboy in place, and Fatu splashes the wounded Charlie. Mama Starboy cries over her son’s body, and the two powerhouses play to the crowd. Starboy gets helped to the back.


No Ropes Barbed Wire Match: Atticus Cogar vs. Jordan Oliver

Nick Wayne accompanies Oliver to the ring, and the latter has his eye heavily taped. The broadcast team calls him the “one-eyed man.” The two men quickly start fighting and trying to use the barbed wire on each other. Oliver suplexes Cogar and dives over the ropes to take his foe down. The one-eyed warrior plants Cogar with a Pedigree onto some chairs at ringside. They continue to brawl at ringside. Back in the ring, Cogar sends Oliver into the barbed wire and gouges his bad eye. Cogar grinds Oliver’s mouth and his eye in the barbed wire. He shoves one of his skewers into Oliver’s mouth and stabs his eye and his forehead with it.


Cogar grinds a chair covered in barbed wire across Oliver’s chest and jabs him with a skewer. Oliver rallies and sends Cogar into the barbed wire a few times. Both men go crashing through a door covered in barbed wire with a cutter by Oliver at ringside. Oliver cuts Cogar’s forehead with barbed wire and bunches his open wound. The two men continue to punish each other. Cogar is bleeding profusely, but he takes control. Oliver rallies and gets a two count with a powerbomb. He suplexes Cogar through a flaming door and hits a Tombstone for a two count. Oliver slams Cogar onto his head for another two count. Cogar drops Oliver with an Air Raid Crash through a pane of glass.


In the end, Cogar slams Oliver onto a chair covered in barbed wire with the Brain Hemorage for the win.


Winner: Atticus Cogar

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