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Below is a classified list of all the results, and match winners from the show.
Pride Heavyweight Championship Match
Danny Walsh vs John Harding
Danny obviously believed this was a chance to show off his dominance to the rest of Pride, but John had other ideas. He confused the champion with his own style of wrestling and also showing his huge resiliancy skills kicking out of many high impact moves.
Danny would hit a very quick michinoku driver, and ascend to the top rope to use his signature elbow. John rolled out of the way and would hit his signature side Russian leg sweep, and rock the champion for a count of two. 'The Rocker' set the champion up for his 'Rocker Dropper', a Famouser but would be countered into a hard clothesline and a Pedigree from the champion for the victory.
Despite the victory, Danny Walsh felt shocked that he almost lost his championship gold just weeks before his championship match against Darren Saviour, but let it be known that he would make sure that Darren wouldn't even make it to that match... By having him face his friend Dan Moloney.
Danny Walsh wins and retains the Pride Heavyweight Championship
Dan Moloney vs Darren Saviour
'The Superbeast' is definitely somebody to keep a close eye on, as he is full of intensity, and spent most of the match keeping the fan favourite on the floor.
Dan had Darren on the edge, even nearly getting him counted out after stiff shots in the ring. However, Darren used the feel of the crowd to get back into the match and hit a death valley driver for the win.
Darren Saviour wins
Ultimo Tiger vs Ryan Smile
One of the many highlights of the match was a great forearm trade off between the two, after looking like Ryan had gotten the upper hand, an incredible running forearm dazed Smile. After several attempts at hitting the Ultimo DDT, he finally hit the move, and flew off the top rope with a senton that had defeated countless other names and defeated Smile.
Despite looking annoyed at the loss, Ryan eventually shook hands with Tiger, and a hug secured the two's friendship. Ryan will be back with Pride at the Torquay show next month, while Ultimo Tiger will also be wrestling for the Catch Division Championship that night in an 'I Quit' Match.
Ultimo Tiger wins
Tag Team Medallions Match
Rob Britannia & Josh Knotts vs Chris Brooks & Calum Cain
The challengers would have a big height advantage, and they pressed it, by spending long periods working on one man at a time. Rob Britannia was being frequently double teamed by the big men, but countered several moves and made the decisive tag to Josh Knott.
Knott came into the match as the fresh man, and cleared house with a huge german suplex/neckbreaker combo on both opponents. Josh looked like he had the victory over Calum, but was broken up by Brooks. Rob made a come back after his beat down to do the teams' signature move, a sideslam/backstabber combo, and then a powerbomb and a huge splash off the top on Brooks for the win.
Rob and Josh make their first title defence, and have already announced that they will defend their belts in Torquay.
Josh Knott & Rob Britannia win and retain the tag team medallions
Doug Williams vs Tyler Hawke
Before the match, Tyler along with manager Calum Cain let it be known that he was going to make a career out of this match, and would start picking off and defeating wrestling legends one by one. Doug however, started the match by wrestling circles around Hawke showing the skills that have allowed to become a global name.
Tyler soon found his feet, and quickly turned the tide by a dangerous dropkick to Doug's knee. Tyler would go on the offensive and take charge by wearing down the left leg of Williams. Tyler inflicted several submission attempts on the legs of Williams to try and get the win including the figure-4 leg lock and it's British equivalent by holding the hands of manager Calum Cain for leverage. Doug somehow fought through the pain and made it to the top rope for a comeback hitting his signature flying European uppercut.
Doug would look to finish the match with his finisher the rolling bridging German Suplex known as 'the Chaos theory', but Tyler would be held in the corner by Calum. After a succession of big moves and near falls, the match was decided with a suplex over the ropes on Tyler by Doug, Tyler rolled over and turned it into a crossbody pin, and Doug's legs were being held by Calum Cain at ringside. Not seen by referee Edward Dyer, and the count was made with Tyler Hawke defeating Doug Williams.
Tyler Hawke wins
After the match, Calum Cain and Tyler Hawke celebrated in the ring... But they were not done. A huge roundhouse kick by Tyler and a camel clutch by Cain on Doug to punish the legend. At this point a set of the locker room, including Tyler's opponent for May 17th in Torquay Ultimo Tiger came out to chase away Cain. With Williams and Tyler left in the ring, the man 'Made in Britain' hit the chaos theory to the delight of the fans and the wrestlers at ringside.