CZW High Stakes Results – March 8, 2014

Saturday March 8, CZW presented their iPPV event High Stakes at The Flyers Skate Zone in Vorhees, NJ. Attendance was between 375-400.

Announcer Emil Jay kicked off the event, announcing the return of Larry Legend. Legend came out to an ovation from the crowd and took over the announcing duties for the rest of the night.

Caleb Konley defeated Alexander James by submission.

Chainsaw Joe Gacy defeated Tommy Dreamer with a top rope body splash after interference from DJ Hyde.

In his debut match, Timothy Thatcher defeated the returning Dalton Castle. Some of the crowd did not care for this match and there were “Boring” and “CM Punk” chants.

CZW World Tag Team Championship The Beaver Boys retained the CZW World Tag Team Championships against The Front, made up by Sozio and the debuting Jaka.

Pepper Parks defeated Greg Excellent in less than a few seconds after Excellent was hit with a duffle bag with kettle bells. As part of the stipulation, Parks won back his wife Cherry Bomb. Excellent cut a promo after the match saying that things needed to change. And with that, LuFisto made her return to CZW, which resutled in:

Greg Excellent & LuFisto defeated Pepper Parks and Cherry Bomb in an Intergender Tag Team match.

Azrieal, Chris Dickinson, & OI4K defeated Alex Colon, Biff Busick, & the Juicy Product. During this match, an Outsider’s Edge was performed in which one of the competitors was thrown onto the rest of the participants who were outside the ring!


Larry Legend announced the first 6 participants of Best of the Best XIII on April 12: Timothy Thatcher, Buxx Belmar, Caleb Konley, Chuck Taylor, Lucky 13, and Andrew Everett.

“The Ultraviolent Beast” MASADA defeated Mr. Tofiga in a bloody match that saw ladders and chairs come into play.

Danny Havoc came out to announce that Dysfunction will compete in his last deathmatch against Havoc at Proving Grounds in May. He also announced that Drake Younger will be returning to CZW for one night only at Best of the Best in April. While Havoc was talking, Matt Tremont appeared from the crowd and assaulted Havoc. Havoc then challenged Tremont to a match at CZW’s Rhode Island debut on April 27 to which Tremont agreed.

BLK Jeez defeated CZW Owner DJ Hyde thanks to assistance from Tommy Dreamer.

CZW Wired TV Championship: Shane Strickland defeated Devon Moore to become the new champion.

CZW World Championship: Drew Gulak defeated AR Fox to retain the title. The action spilled into the crowd during the match, with AR Fox executing a dive onto Gulak into the crowd.

CZW returns to the Flyers Skate Zone on Saturday April 12 for Best of the Best XIII.