Richard D and Tim the Baker came out for their match that was supposed to take place, but they were interrupted by Robert A. Tucker and “The Big Ticket” Brandon Able. R.A.T. informed Richard D and Tim that their match wouldn’t take place, and if they didn’t leave the ring immediately, it would be the end of them. R.A.T. told them that they had something they needed to address and for them to get out of the ring, and because they weren’t complying, he was going to start counting down to their beating. The count got to 2 before KDW referees decided they didn’t want to see something bad happen and helped remove Richard D and Tim the Baker from the ring.
Robert A. Tucker addressed the KDW crowd about the status of the KDW Heavyweight Championship. “What is the status of the KDW Heavyweight Championship? Where is the champion Larry D? It’s been 41 days and he has yet to defend the title. The contract for any KDW Heavyweight Champion states they have to defend the title at least once every 30 days. So we are going to address the KDW officials in the back and ask…no DEMAND…that Brandon Able get his deserved KDW Heavyweight Championship shot.” Upon leaving the ring and heading to the locker room, R.A.T. and The Big Ticket were interrupted by the KDW referee crew to inform them that they were right, but would get an answer later in the evening on how the KDW Heavyweight Championship would play out. R.A.T. was a little angry that they couldn’t be given an answer on the spot, but obliged the answer for later in the show.
1. Kurtis Kwik def. Jacob Black in the first round of the KDW Flyweight Championship tourney.
2. Roger Blade def. Kuzzin Krazy with a hip toss despite numerous cheating attempts by Tim the Baker and Richard D at ringside.
3. Simon Sezz def. Andrew Hunter in the first round of the KDW Flyweight Championship tourney.
4. Jack Black def. Richard D. via a big splash from the top rope despite numerous cheating attempts by Kuzzin Krazy and Tim the Baker at ringside. Roger Blade made the save to allow Jack to get in the splash.
After intermission, the referee crew deliberated and called Robert A. Tucker and Brandon Able to the ring for their ruling on the KDW Heavyweight Championship. It was confirmed that the current champion Larry D had indeed not defended the championship in 41 days which is well past the 30 day time frame that he needed to defend it within. Because of that, Larry D was being stripped of the title and tonight would be the first annual Kenny Walker Memorial Battle Royal and the winner receives the KDW Heavyweight Championship. R.A.T. said that wasn’t exactly what they wanted, but it would have to do. Regardless, R.A.T. was not worried because “The Big Ticket” is the biggest, baddest, man in professional wrestling and no one in the back stands a chance at getting him over the top rope. However, Brandon wanted a one-on-one championship match. The KDW officials said that he could have his third and final championship match against Jebediah Blackhawk for the KDW Bluegrass/Hoosier Championship. The two smiled at each other and guaranteed to the crowd they would be victorious tonight and walking out with a title.
5. Apollo def. “Ironman” Cody Matthews via pinfall.
6. Simon Sezz def. Kurtis Kwik to become the first ever KDW Flyweight Champion.
7. “The Big Ticket” Brandon Able def. Jebediah Blackhawk for the KDW Bluegrass/Hoosier Championship. The referee was knocked out in the corner from Brandon Able falling into him. Jebediah Blackhawk hit his cross-armed choke slam on Brandon Able, but the referee was incapable of making the call. Taking advantage of the situation, Robert A. Tucker smacked Blackhawk in the back with his Elite wooden oar, pulled Brandon Able on top of him, and revived the ref for the three count. R.A.T. and “The Big Ticket” celebrated afterward to a smattering of boos from the crowd.
After being helped from the ring and heading to the back, the referees informed Jebediah Blackhawk that since he lost the KDW Bluegrass/Hoosier Championship, he was now eligible to be in the Battle Royal for the KDW Heavyweight Championship. The crowd erupted on this announcement, and Jebediah had a sudden burst of energy and electricity running through him as he entered the ring getting ready for the Battle Royal.
8. Jebediah Blackhawk won the Kenny Walker Memorial Battle and the KDW Heavyweight Championship. Being the underdog due to his exhaustion and defeat the prior match, Jebediah Blackhawk outlasted every other KDW wrestler to obtain the KDW Heavyweight Championship. He eliminated Simon Sezz and Jacob Black for the victory.