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Knox defends against Invincible, not Dunn, at Fallout!
Sep 07, 2010 at 12:32 PM

IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Champion and Commissioner Dion McCracken continued to make life difficult for "Te Tahi" Vinny Dunn at this weekend's IPW Fallout live event.

The show began with Dunn confronting both men and the Commissioner then revealing that his plan to rid "Te Tahi" of the Championship had been in place for many months! Revealing that it was him who authorised the contract for Reuben de Jong at Genesis and that he had lied about Dunn failing a fitness test back at Breakdown. McCracken also made it clear that he, Knox, Pure Wrestling Entertainment and Team NZWPW conspired against Dunn to screw him out of the title at Rival Turf.

McCracken called Dunn a "transitional Champion", saying that he wasn't the man to lead IPW in to the future, but that Dal Knox, was.

After a verbal exchange, McCracken removed Dunn from his scheduled rematch and told "Te Tahi" that if he laid his hands on Knox or himself, he would be suspended indefinitely! McCracken then slapped Dunn in the middle of the ring, before ordering security to remove the former Champ from the building.

Later in the night, after a chair shot and a quick win for Dal Knox over the Waipukurau Warrior, Jordan Invincible came to the ring and goaded the Commissioner into accepting a challenge on Knox's behalf. Knox showed little sign of ring rust, as he, with the help of McCracken on the outside, went to work on the challenger.

However, Invincible rallied late in the match, and looked to have finished Knox off with the T-Boon Drop! The Commissioner then entered the ring and hit referee Cameron Lazenby with a steel chair! Invincible looked to hit McCracken with a T-Boon Drop of his own, but was side-swiped by Knox, who then applied the Fort Knox to an unconscious Invincible for the victory.

Post match, as Knox and McCracken celebrated, "The One" Vinny Dunn hit the ring and pummelled Knox! The Commissioner then confronted "Te Tahi", slapping him a second time. This time, however, Dunn had had enough, and laid McCracken out with a big right hand!

Also on the show, Saint Chaos defeated Ninja Fury and Lil T to become the new IPW New Zealand Tag Team Champions and The Kiwi Express (Davey & Dils Deluxeo) had a successful return to in-ring action over Alfred Valentine and Mischa.

Full Results:

• Miles and Lucious def. NEO Justice Double

• "The Samoan Silverback" Alexander def. Jon E. King

• BFF (Evie and Megan Kate Deluxeo) def. Flagboy and The Antagonist

• Reuben de Jong and Rocketman & Jesse Astro fought to a no contest

• The Kiwi Express (Davey & Dils Deluxeo) def. "The Ex Patriot" Alfred Valentine and Mischa Ivanoff

• Britenay def. Just Plain Evil

IPW New Zealand Tag Team Championship
Saint Chaos (Brian Saint James and Curt Chaos) def. Ninja Fury and Lil T to become IPW New Zealand Tag Team Champions

IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship
"The Deal" Dal Knox def. The Waipukurau Warrior to retain the IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship

IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship
"The Deal" Dal Knox def. Jordan Invincible to retain the IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship

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