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July 21, 2007
â€“ Brian Slack
Jonathan Davis pinned Randall Johnson after a springboard leg drop.
Quentin Michaels came to ringside and claimed that there was no dissention between Johnny Swinger and Bull Buchanan, and then ran
down legends with children in wrestling and introduced the "only second-generation superstar worth caring about," his own son Luke
A.J. Steele pinned "The Rebel of Royalty" Ruben James following a DVD.
The crowd saw a vignette of "That 80s Guy" John Bogie congratulating the Intern on standing up for himself against Death Row last
week, and told him he'd be ready for his new invention at the end of the summer, "Summerslam." Gerry Oates came in on his walker and
tried to talk to them about the summer of 1948, but they both left. A You Tube segment aired with Luke Robinson Michaels talking about
his match against Valentine.
Luke Robinson Michaels (with Quentin Michaels) pinned Frankie Valentine following a superkick.
A You Tube segment aired with Johnny Swinger finding out the news that he had to team with Bull Buchanan against Tag Team
Champions David Young and Chris Stevens.
GCW Heavyweight Champion Scotty Beach defeated Death Row by disqualification when Death Row began whipping Beach with his
After the match, A.J. Steele came to ringside and distracted Death Row, allowing Beach to knock him out of the ring into Steele. As Death
Row and Steele battled on the outside, Luke Robinson Michaels appeared and nailed the superkick on Beach.
GCW Tag Team Champions David Young & Chris Stevens defeated Johnny Swinger & Bull Buchanan (with Quentin Michaels).
Neither Swinger nor Buchanan wanted Quentin to come to ringside with them, so Quentin came to ringside by himself shortly after the
match began. Swinger and Buchanan finally began working together, but it dissolved quickly into blows with Buchanan nailing the claw-
slam on Swinger, allowing Young to score the pin.