The show opened with both the Sendai Girls and DDT ring announcers in the ring for announcements. They noted that Mika Iwata is out with injury. Both rosters came out to the ring for introductions.
Akito vs. Sakura Hirota
Akino used a figure four to submit Hirota. Hirota was dressed up as Mika Iwata.
Mostly a comedy match that picked up with lots of near falls at the end. Akino made his fingers in the shape of a gun and shoved it up the backside of Hirota to stun her before the finish.
DASH Chisako vs. Shunma Katsumata in a Hardcore Match
DASH Chisako pinned Katsumata with a frog splash off a ladder.
This was good. DASH attacked right at the bell with a chair to the midsection. They briefly went to the outside.
DASH places a chair on him back in the ring and then threw another chair on top of it. DASH wrapped a chair around his throat and gave him a dropkick right below his throat. It looked like he was bleeding from the mouth.
Katsumata reverses a snap suplex on a pile of chairs then whips DASH across the ring by her hair. He sends her face first into a ladder set in the corner of the ring.
Katsumata drop kicks DASH as she’s propped up and sitting in a chair in the middle of the ring.
They fight in a tug of war over a chair and DASH wins that battle by slamming the seat of it on his hands.
DASH holds the folded chair on his his back and gives him a bodyslam like that.
DASH rushes to the top rope, tosses a chair at him to catch, and then connects with a missile dropkick to the face.
Katsumata drops a ladder on DASH’s head as she tried to rush him in the corner.
Katsumata brings in a garbage can with all kinds of plunder. He hits DASH with a kendo stick repeatedly then puts her in a chair with the can over her head and breaks the kendo stick over the can.
Katsumata dumps LEGOs all over the ring and on DASH. He misses a moonsault and lands in them.
DASH goes for a series of cradle rolls in all the weapons on the mat but can’t get the pin.
Katsumata tried to go high risk off the top rope but DASH threw a chair at his head then gave him a cutter off the top rope.
They fight on top of a ladder in the middle of the ring and DASH hits a sunset bomb off the top of it. DASH gives him a big chair shot to the before the finish.
Chirhiro Hashimoto vs. Yuki Iino
Chirhiro Hasimoto pinned Iino with a German Suplex.
There was an exchange of shoulder tackles and hard chops between the two at the start.
Iino was showing off and tried to go for a People’s Elbow and missed. Hashimoto then copied the effort and failed as well.
It looked Hashimoto tried to go for a spear but Iino caught her in a front face lock. They traded suplex attempts and Hashimoto won it then followed up with a rolling senton but missed a second one.
Boston Crab applied by Iino but Hashimoto inched her way to the rope on her knuckles.
Hashimoto ends up hitting the spear and then a senton off the ropes.
Samoan Drop by Iino who then manages to hit a People’s Elbow and a Full Nelson Drop.
Hashimoto sidesteps Iino and sends him into the corner and gives him a release German suplex and then the German for the win.
Meiko Satomura vs. Konosuke Takeshita
They went to a very good 20-minute time limit draw.
It started out with pure mat wrestling for the first few minutes.
Takeshita destroyed Satomura’s back with an over the knee back breaker.
Satomura went for a baseball slide drop kick to the outside but Takeshita caught both of her legs. Satomura struggled to hold on to the ropes but Takeshita pulled her off the ring.
Another over the knee back breaker by Takeshita in the ring.
Takeshita stomps both of Satomura’s hands on the match then gives her a huge powerbomb followed up by a Boston Crab. Satomura made it to the ropes after several seconds.
Takeshita tried to lift her up for something else but Satomura punched him straight in the face with a right hand.
Satomura tried to spring off the second rope but was caught by a forearm.
A DDT and Scorpio Rising by Satomura.
Superplex by Takeshita.
Takeshita pulls Satomura to the outside and throws her into the crowd. He sets up a table outside the ring and puts Satomura on it.
It looked like he was going to top rope splash Satomura through the table but she popped up and fought him on the top rope.
A DVD by Satomura off the ring and it sends Takeshita through the table below.
Two DVB’s by Satomura in the ring. Takeshita blocks the third and hits a Blue Thunder Bomb.
Satomura tried to kick in a sleeper but Takeshita pulled her over and gave her a tombstone.
Axe kick by Satomura. Release German suplex by Takeshita. Another kick by Satomura. Time expires.
Intermission. It’s a long intermission to give everyone a rest period. Satomura, Chisako, and Hashimoto defend the KOD 6-man Titles next in the main event.
KOD 6-man Champions Meiko Satomura, DASH Chisako, and Chihiro Hashimoto vs. Konosuke Takeshita, Shunma Katsumata, and Yuki Iino
Takeshita pinned Satomura with a German Suplex to win the titles in nineteen minutes.
Despite all three working previous matches, and Satomura vs. Takeshita working 20 minutes, they absolutely did not take it easy and phone it in. Everyone should have got their money’s worth in this one.
The women started out fast but then DASH became isolated in the men’s corner.
The men took turns giving DASH arm wringers and coming off the top rope with double stomps and axe handles. When Iino tried to come off with a knee he accidentally hit Takeshita.
Cutter by DASH on Katsumata and tag to Hashimoto.
Hashimoto deadlifted Takeshita and threw him on top of Katsumata and then did a senton on both of them.
DASH with a missile dropkick to Takeshita followed up by a running dropkick to him in the corner.
Buckle Bomb by Takeshita to DASH followed up by a big boot.
DASH with a super rana to Takeshita, then Satomura follows up with a frog splash on him, followed by DASH giving Hashimoto a super rana on top of him. Dash then follows all that up with a diving double stomp for a near fall.
Iino got Satomura in a fireman’s carry then Takeshita came in to German Suplex him while Satomura was on the shoulders for added impact.
Spinning heel kick from Satomura to Katsumata then a tag to Hashimoto.
Hashimoto gives Katsumata a forward roll followed up by a senton off the second rope.
Bodies flying everywhere. Takeshita gives Satomura and DASH a double suplex. Hashimoto gives Takeshita a spear. Everyone is down in the ring.
Diving senton by Hashimoto off the top rope to Katsumata.
The men isolated and double team Satomura in the corner.
Spear by Iino to Hashimoto.
Satomura and Takeshita in the ring by themselves before the finish.
After the match Takeshita got on the mic and thanked the women and the crowd. He told the women they should do an event like this again in the future. Satomura agreed. Takeshita said he wanted the show to be fun and good wrestling to show what intergender wrestling can be. He said he hopes to bring more fun stuff for the fans in the future. All the guys were clearly sweating profusely in the ring during the promos.
WrestleCircus results from Austin, Texas at 800 Congress and live on Twitch on 6/23/19:
Rob Sanderson and Colin Delaney are the broadcast team.
Ring announcer Louden Noxious said Colt Cabana is injured and was not at the show.
AeroStar vs. Teddy Hart vs. Low Rider vs. Daga
Daga pinned Low Rider. Low Rider was a replacement for Myron Reed who had travel issues.
Will Allday and Alex Gracia vs. Anthony Greene and Scarlett Bordeaux
Gracia and Allday pinned Greene after Allday used Gracia as a swinging battering ram while she was in a wheelbarrow position.
David Kidd came out to the ring for a match. The match never happened as Jordan Len-X returned to the company and attacked Kidd with a chair.
Len-X said he wanted to face Colin Delaney as a replacement for Colt Cabana. He said he would destroy Kidd if Delaney didn’t answer the challenge. He hit Kidd with the chair and gave him a piledriver until Delaney made the save.
Colin Delaney vs. Jordan Len-X
Louden Noxious subbed on color commentary.
Delaney got the pin with a small package after a match restart.
It was apparently a botched finish. Len-X botched a Razor’s Edge type of move and went for the pin. The referee counted but Delaney got his hand on the bottom rope. The time keeper rang the bell as if Len-X won. The referee waived it off and restarted the match.
They brawled after to the outside of the building and Delaney ran Len-X off.
Teddy Hart joined the broadcast on color commentary.
Sideshow Champion Gentleman Jervis vs. Sami Callihan
Jervis pinned Callihan after backdropping him out of a piledriver attempt onto a pile of chairs and the Sideshow Title that Callihan placed in the middle of the ring.
Intermission with viewers on Twitch getting to see a documentary about “The Circus Fam” with comments from company co-owner Al Lenhart along with Scorpio Sky, Alex Gracia, Kevin Condron, and the loyal WrestleCircus fan base.
Colin Delaney is back on color commentary.
JT Dunn vs. Jake Atlas vs. Dezmond Xavier in a 3-Way Match
Xavier pinned Atlas after a pele kick. Fast paced and nonstop action that earned a standing ovation.
Tag Champions Zachary Wentz and Trey Miguel vs. Logan Riegel and Sterling Riegel vs. Marq Quen and Isaiah Kassidy
Wentz and Miguel get the win by pinning Kassidy.
July 28 is the next show.
Orange Cassidy vs. Peter Avalon
Leva Bates came out dressed exactly like Cassidy and she acted like him with the slow motion body language.
Avalon submitted Cassidy to a half crab.
Fun match with an odd finish. Cassidy rolled out of the ring then Bates rolled in to take his place toward the end. She rolled up Avalon for a near fall. Avalon and the referee then saw it was her and not Cassidy in the match. The referee tried to get her out of the ring. Cassidy spit orange juice in the face of Avalon then hit a Canadian Destroyer but he referee was still distracted by Bates. Cassidy then went to the top rope to try to go high risk but Avalon shoved him to land him on the top turnbuckle and then dragged him off the ropes to apply the half crab.
There were a couple cool and innovative spots by Cassidy during the match. He gave Avalon a slingshot into the top turnbuckle and a DDT all without removing his hands from his pants pockets.
Ringmaster Champion Scorpio Sky vs. Tessa Blanchard (Lady of the Ring Champion)
Sky got the pin after the TKO as Kevin Condron and The Classier Man repeatedly interfered for Sky.
Very good match. Tessa was slow to get up after but she showed respect back to the crowd who gave her a standing ovation and chanted “Thank You, Tessa!” All of a sudden someone ran in the ring and blindsided her. It was Sami Callihan. He gave her a piledriver then left the ring. Daga came out to check on her as the show went off the air.