Here you Can Watch GCW presents Homecoming 2022 Part 1 8/13/22 – 13th August 2022 Full Show Replay Online Stay tuned with us to get more :-
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The Game Changer Wrestling promotion celebrated the first part of the GCW Homecoming 2022 pay-per-view this Saturday, August 13 from the Showboat Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This show saw various fighters in action such as Jon Moxley, The Briscoes, Gringo Loco, Tony Deppen, among others. Without further delay, we leave you with the GCW Homecoming 2022 results (part 1).
- Nick Wayne vs. Starboy Charlie. They both shook hands after the fight and Charlie asked for a rematch
- Jordan Oliver vs. Ninja Mack
- ‘Scramble Match’: Grinco Loco vs. Grim Reefer, Jimmy Lloyd, Axton Ray, Joe Lando and Marcus Mathers
- Blake Christian vs. Tony Deppen. After the fight, Christian announces between boos that he will not leave GCW until he is kicked out, but he will fight less
- GCW World Tag Team Championship: The Briscoes vs. Los Mazisos (c) to win the titles. After the match, Second Gear Crew appeared to challenge The Briscoes, but The Mazisos returned to the ring for their rematch. Jay and Mark Briscoe announced that there will be a WarGames in Chicago on September 3
- GCW Extreme Championship: Cole Radrick (c) vs. Charli Evans to retain the title
- Deathmatch: John Wayne Murdoch defeated Matt Tremont
- GCW Ultraviolent Championship: Rina Yamashita vs. Alex Colón (c) to win the championship. After the fight, Colón took the title from Yamashita and then gave it to him and raised his hand
- GCW World Championship: Jon Moxley (c) vs. Effy to retain the title. After the fight, Mox spoke and showed respect towards Effy, although he stressed that he is running out of competition. Suddenly, the music of Nick Gage sounded, who went up to the ring, said that he loves the fans of the company and immediately after this, he challenged Moxley to a fight for the world title, since they could be the last moments of him as a fighter. The champion accepts, but on the condition that it be a “Career vs. Title”. In this way, the first part of the event ends.