RCW: FINAL COUNTDOOWN - Nov. 12th, 2016 - Jackson, Ohio
Posted by: RCW Webmaster on 03/01/2017

RCW Final Countdown RESULTS: A HUGE turnout as the Jackson YMCA witnessed a great night of action that was brought to a start by NEW RCW Ring Announcer, Daniel Blevins who did a FANTASTIC job all night.

Tank Runyon defeated Big Fish Rembowski in his RCW Debut. Big Fish did look impressive in this initial outing but the former RCW Heavyweight Champion was a bigger catch than Rembowski was looking for. Tyson Rogers interviewed Tank after the match but was pushing Runyon's buttons in the process. Rogers jumped Runyon and quickly exited the ring. A match for Full Circle 14 was made as Tank Runyon is set to face Tyson Rogers at the Anniversary Event.

Trik Nasty had help from Christopher Otto when he beat Flash Fury in an exciting 2nd bout. The two planned on putting Fury away for good but Tommy Chill made the save.

Chinlock Incorporated retained the RCW Tagteam Titles in a 4-Team match that was chaos from the start. Onyx and his partner Deget Bundles looked powerful as did The Hickey Boys. Nathaniel Rose and Duke Beefhammer have now deemed their team "Scioto Vice" Every team had a chance at winning this match but the Champions used intellect to retain the titles.

Tommy Chill retained the RCW Heavyweight Title against Christoper Otto. it looked as if Chill may lose the title due to Trik Nasty's interference. Otto was about to use a chain when RCW Owner, Dirk Extreme stopped him only to be hit with the chain instead. Chill delivered a chokeslam and got the win.

2 matches were made for Full Circle 14: Dirk Extreme vs Christoper Otto and Tommy Chill defending the RCW Heavyweight Title against Trik Nasty.

Ron Mathis and Vance Desmond had an exciting CASKET MATCH that ended with the CASKET in the ring! Mathis delivered Desmond's own move to him (Canadian Destroyer) and Desmond fell into the casket and the door was shut for the win. At Full Circle 14 it will be Aaron Williams defending the RCW North American Title against Ron Mathis.

The Main Event featured THE FAREWELL of Dangerous Damien Kass as he took on his best friend and former partner Devlin Anderson. The two Black Irish Saints battled hard back and forth but it was Anderson who would come out on top after delivering a brain buster. DDK thanked everyone and had an emotional farewell.