Earlier this evening, Game Changer Wrestling kicked off the Nick Gage Invitational 6. In this grueling tournament, eight wrestlers competed against one another in hard-hitting action that tested their endurance, drive, and just as importantly, propensity to inflict violence on others. The competitors involved were AKIRA, Alex Colon, Masashi Takeda, Eric Ryan, Atticus Cogar, Rina Yamashita, Kit Osbourne, and surprise entrants Charli Evans and SHLAK. Once the proverbial smoke settled, it was Alex Colon that emerged victorious as the winner of the Nick Gage Invitational 6 and new GCW Ultraviolent Champion.
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Alex Colon Becomes the Nick Gage Invitational 6 Winner
The finals of the Nick Gage Invitational 6 saw Alex Colon, the only 3x GCW Tournament of Survival winner, take on GCW Ultraviolent Champion Masashi Takeda. Colon defeated AKIRA in his first-round match and went on to submit Charli Evans, one of the aforementioned surprise entrants, in their semifinal bout. Meanwhile, Takeda bested Eric Ryan in the first round and overcame Atticus Cogar, both being 44OH members, in the semifinals. Furthermore, Takeda defended the Ultraviolent title throughout the NGI6, meaning that a loss for him would have also resulted in the title changing hands. Given that Takeda won the NGI3 back in 2018, he entered the finals with an advantage in place.
With light tubes strewn about the ring, as well as hanging from the ring ropes, Colon and Takeda took each other to the limit in the NGI6 finals. Given the violent nature of this affair, one would be shocked to learn that they were tag team partners only one evening prior at GCW Evil Deeds. Brutal light tube strikes and extreme bloodletting weren’t in short order in the finals. The match reached its conclusion when, despite his best efforts, Takeda was forced to submit to Colon’s camel clutch. Following the match, a weary Colon cut a promo. He addressed GCW World Champion Jon Moxley, issuing a challenge for when the latter returns.
However, Colon’s celebration was short-lived, as he was attacked from behind by John Wayne Murdoch. Following this attack, Murdoch stood above Colon, holding the GCW Ultraviolent Championship over his head.
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