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By Mike Johnson on 2011-12-03 17:00:00
Welcome to's live, ongoing coverage of this afternoon's CZW Indy Summit.

DDT's Danshoku Dieno vs. CZW's DJ Hyde

Dieno kissed a number of fans at ringside on his way to the ring.   Hyde worked him over and tossed him out of the ring.  Dieno was beaten around the ring.   With each shot, Dieno fell over the rail, trying to kiss a ringsider.   He eventually found his way to ring announcer Larry Legend, who was kissed several times.   Hyde brought him back into the ring and nailed a running clothesline in the corner.

Hyde slammed Dieno, who made a comeback.  He drilled Hyde with an Uranage and squatted over him.  He went to the top but Hyde shook the ropes.  Dieno lost his balance and crotched himself, falling to the apron.  Hyde kicked him off to the floor and beat him around the ringside area.  Hyde slammed him hard on the floor.

Dieno made a comeback, kicking Hyde.  He went to charge and kiss him but Hyde ducked and the referee was forced to pucker up.  Hyde nailed a lariat for a two count.  As he argued, Dieno kissed him.  He stuffed Hyde's head into his tights and nailed a piledriver for the pin.

Your winner, Danshoku Dieno!

Lots of comedy and some decent brawling. 

FREEDOM's Kamui & CZW champ Devon Moore vs. Philly's Most Wanted.

Kamui and Joker started out and went back and forth with some great stuff.  Moore and Jeez tagged in and they went back and forth with Jeez getting the better of the early exchanges.  Kamui tagged in and they nailed Jeez with a double suplex. Kamui followed up with a stiff knee to the head for a two count.

Jeez made a comeback and tagged into Joker.   They continued tagging in and out, working over Kamui.  Jeez nailed a stiff looking slingshot splash.   They continued working over the Kamui, who finally mounted a comeback and tagged in Moore.  Moore unloaded on Jeez, who came back with a back suplex with a bridge for a two count.    Moore backdropped Jeez to the apron and knocked him to the floor.  He set up for a dive but Joker grabbed him for a back suplex.  He went for another move but Moore cut him off and drilled him.

Kamui tagged in but missed a charge in the corner.  Joker nailed Moore with a lariat.  Kamui slammed Moore and did a Sabu double jump springboard moonsault, pointing in honor of the former ECW champion.  He nailed a running Death Valley Driver on Jeez, who was on the chair.  Jeez rolled out of the ring.

Kamui went for another DVD on Joker, who fought him off with elbows.  Joker nailed an awesome overhead belly to belly suplex.  He whipped Kamui into the corner.  Kamui went up and over but was caught with a dropkick.  Jeez drilled him with a pair of running knee strikes in the corner and Joker followed up with a running clothesline.  They nailed the big swing into a dropkick on Kamui for the pin.

Your winners, Philly's Most Wanted!

Really good tag match.  There was a ton of great wrestling on the mat and reversals early.  All four of these guys are really, really underrated right now.

 CZW Junior Heavyweight champion Sami Callihan vs. Big Japan's Yoshihito Sasaki

This is Callihan's first title defense after winning the belt from Adam Cole last month at Night of Infamy.

They got right into each other's faces jockeying for position.  Callihan forced Sasaki into the corner and chopped him hard.  Sasaki fought back but was tagged again.  He started to return the chops and they were soon turning their chests beat red.  It was damn stiff.

Callihan began kicking away at Sasaki but was caught with an elbow as he rebounded off the ropes.   Unfazed, he drilled Sasaki with a kick to the face, sending him to the floor.  They battled on the apron. where Sasaki was clotheslined back down.   Callihan went for a springboard clothesline but slipped and was drilled by Sasaki coming down.

Sasaki worked over Sami, snapping him over with a suplex.  Sasaki locked in a single leg crab, kicking Sami with the other leg.  He started to fire back but was beaten with chop after chop.  Sasaki killed him with a lariat for a two count.   He nailed Sami with a sitdown slam out of a Fireman's Carry for a two count.

Sasaki whipped Callihan hard chest-first into the buckles.  He whipped him into another corner but Callihan sidestepped it and nailed Sasaki with a clothesline and a boot scrape in the corner.  He charged Sasaki but was speared for a two count.    He placed Callihan in the corner and they battled.  Callihan slipped out and nailed a sitdown powerbomb off the ropes that looked nasty for a two count. 

Sasaki drilled Callihan with a big death valley driver for a two count.  Callihan came back with a series of kicks and locked Sasaki in his finisher, the Stretch Muffler and Sasaki finally tapped out.

Your winner and still CZW Junior Heavyweight champion Sami Callihan!

Really good stiff brawl. 

Coverage continues on Page Two!

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