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Recap from TJ Hawke:
The Jam Boys defeated Roscoe Dwayne Harris & Bull Bronson at the Main Event DVD taping to earn this title shot. This is the champions’ first defense. The Jam Boys have been AAPW Tag Champions three times before.
Madman and Rose started the match off. Madman dominated the exchange easily. Commercial break. Madman is still dominating Rose. Rose wants to do a test of strength. Despite completely dominating the match, KC Jackson tagged in. Rose was able to cut off Jackson, which allowed him to tag out to Cage. Jackson quickly got the advantage on Cage, and he then tagged Madman back in. Madman dominated some more. Jackson and Rose tagged back in. Jackson hit a DDT on Rose, and he went to the middle rope. Rose pulled Jackson off the ropes hard, and Team Overkill started to get the heat on Jackson. Rose hit a big fireman’s carry gutbuster on Jackson, and then Cage hit a Bakutari Sliding Kick for a nearfall. Jackson avoided a double clothesline and tagged in Madman. Madman ran through team Overkill. Madman gave Rose a body slam. Overkill tried to double team him, but Madman avoided it and tagged in Jackson like an idiot. Rose tried to lowbridge Madman to the floor, but it didn’t work well, so Madman had to go through the ropes to get out of the ring. Cage gave Jackson a high kick and a Gibson Driver. Rose then hit a discus forearm to the back of Jackson’s head: 1…2…3.
Madman is really over with the crowd, but he is an extremely limited athlete. Rose and Cage both looked good as the heel champs, and I think they are a great act to push hard going forward. I am also looking forward to seeing KC Jackson in the “No Limits” division, as he want to see what he can do away from Madman.