House Of Hardcore 36: Blizzard Brawl 2017 Results From Waukesha, WI.

Submitted by Matt Boone on December 3, 2017 - 12:46pm
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On Saturday evening, Tommy Dreamer's House Of Hardcore promotion ran the Waukesha Expo Center in Waukesha, Wisconsin for the HOH 36: Blizzard Brawl 2017 event featuring Austin Aries vs. Joey Mercury in the main event.

Featured below are complete results from the show.

House of Hardcore 36: Blizzard Brawl 2017
Waukesha, Wisconsin at the Waukesha Expo Center
Report by ProWrestling.net and Blake Reilly from The Blake & Sal Show

1. Guido Maritato beat Nick Cutler. Maritato won via bridge roll up

2. MVP over Jay Bradley. MVP went over via Drive-By Kick

3. Nick Aldis (w/Shane Douglas) beat Carlito. Aldis won with a top rope elbow drop.

4. Bull Dempsey beat, Curt Stallion, Conner Braxston, and Arik Cannon in a four-way. Dempsey won with a diving seated senton.

5. Willie Mack defeated Brian Cage. Mack pinned Cage after a frogspalsh

6. Al Snow and Swoggle (Dave Herro) beat “The Squad World Order” Kenny and Mikey (w/Randy). Swoggle won the match for his team with a Tadpole Splash.

7. Abyss defeated Tommy Dreamer in a hardcore war. Abyss won after a Blackhole Slam onto thumbtacks and with help from Nick Aldis

8. Candice Michelle defeated Lisa Marie Varon. Candice Michelle won her retirement match with a spinning DDT.

9. Austin Aries defeated Joey Mercury (w/Shane Douglas). Aries went over with a rolling 450 after getting help from Tommy Dreamer.




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