Wrestling Open Preview Results 1/1/22

Wrestling Open Preview results from Worcester, Massachusetts, USA 🇺🇸 at White Eagle on 1/1/22 live on IWTV:

Wrestling Open will begin its regular weekly Thursday schedule live on IWTV on 1/6/22 at 8pm EST.

Paul Crockett and Sidney Bakabella are the broadcast team. Rich Palladino is the ring announcer. They all worked Beyond Wrestling’s “Heavy Lies The Crown” last night past 12am EST and they’re back here for this show at 1pm EST.

Mortar pinned Devantas after an F5. 

50 Cal pinned King Crab after a superplex into a falling Jackhammer.

VSK pinned Billy Tipton with the Dude Buster. 

Eel O’Neal beat Gal Barkay by submission with the key lock.

Kennedi Copeland pinned Brooke Valentine with an inside cradle.Valentine hurt her leg in the match. Eel O’Neal came out to help a referee get her back to the locker room and she was limping badly. 

Love, Doug pinned Travis Huckabee after a springboard lariat.

Armani Kayos pinned Jarett Diaz after the Rack Attack snapping backbreaker. 

Jordan Blade beat Jody Threat by submission with a leg lock.


Elijah 6 pinned Sammy Diaz after a European Uppercut.

Aaron Rourke won a 4-Way Match over Ava Everett, Bobby Orlando, and CPA by pinning CPA after a package piledriver as Everett stopped Orlando from getting back in the ring to break up the pin. Rourke, Everett, and Orlando all celebrated together after the match.

Alec Price pinned Ichiban after the Grand Price.

Sidney Bakabella left the broadcast table to go to the ring just before the main event. He won the Manager Of The Year Award but there were no other nominees. He cut a delusional promo like he was around working everywhere in the 1980s. He talked about World Class Championship Wrestling and said world class has been missing but it will return with him on the 1/6/22. He told Paul Crockett he quit doing commentary. He walked over to the commentary table to grab his jacket and left.

Rickey Shane Page and Vincent Nothing beat Kylon King and Dustin Waller when Nothing pinned Waller after a double team finisher.