By Ryan Clark on January 13, 2013
Credit: Matt Massingham & PWTorch
Doors opened at 7:50 p.m. for the 8:00 p.m. start time. The show started 55 minutes late, which is basically right on-time.
El Generico was rocking Zubaz pants at the merchandise table.
(1) Young Bucks beat Inner City Machine Guns (Ricochet & Rich Swann) in a First Round DDT4 tag tournament match. Bucks won with a roll-up on Swann.
(2) Unbreakable F’n Machines (Brian Cage & Michael Elgin) beat PWG tag champions Super Smash Bros. in a First Round DDT4 tag tournament match to capture the PWG Tag Titles. Mid-match, Elgin hit the Alabama Slam on both Super Smash Bros. Incredible. Machines eventually won with a series of moves finishing with Elgin hitting the spinning powerbomb on Stupified. Player Uno appeared to get hurt on a dive; it looked like a broken forearm or dislocation.
(3) Future Shock (PWG champion Adam Cole & Kyle O’Reilly) beat Dojo Bros. (Eddie Edwards & Roderick Strong) in a First Round DDT4 tag tournament match. Cole hit Strong with the PWG Title belt to get the pin.
(4) Steenerico (Kevin Steen & El Generico) beat The Briscoes in a First Round DDT4 tag tournament match. Generico ducked the Doomsday Device and rolled up Jay for the win.
Afterward, Steen spit on Generico and walked out on Generico.
(5) Young Bucks beat new PWG tag champions Brian Cage & Michael Elgin in a Semi-Final DDT4 tag tournament match to capture the PWG Tag Titles. Bucks won with another roll-up. Elgin hit a fall-away slam/Samoan Drop combo during the match.
(6) Kevin Steen & El Generico beat Future Shock (PWG champion Adam Cole & Kyle O’Reilly) in a Semi-Final DDT4 tag tournament match. Steenerico won with a Package Piledriver/Brainbuster combination.
(7) Willie Mack beat B-Boy with the Chocolate Thunder Bomb.
(8) Drake Younger beat Sami Callihan via KO in Match #2 of their Best-of-Three series. The series is now 1-1. Younger took a number of unprotected chair shots to the head, unfortunately.
(9) New PWG tag champions Young Bucks beat Kevin Steen & El Generico in the DDT4 Finals to win the tournament and retain the PWG Tag Titles. Bucks won with another roll-up.
The show ended around 12:35 a.m. with Steen and Generico hugging in the ring to send off Generico to WWE.
In summary, Steen told Generico he would be nothing without him for all the years they knew each other. All the guys came out and Generico joked that he was going to Mexico to take care of the orphans. But, if the currency crashed, then he would come back to PWG.
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