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Mercedes Vargas
Posted: July 02, 2020 03:25 am

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Following the announcement made by SCW co-owner Mark Ward, the 2020 Going Home tour was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. CC 264 on 26 March in Reading, Berkshire, England was the final event of the tour. For the foreseeable future, all SCW events will be in the US rotating between three venues in Las Vegas: the GO Gym, owned by SCW Hall of Famers Gabriel and Odette Stevens, the Staggs Dungeon, a training facility owned by fellow SCW Hall of Famer Spike Staggs, or The Golden Ring Casino, owned by Daniel J Morgan and London Underground. Due to the pandemic, future shows will only be attended by essential personnel and without crowds.

This is the third show on the cycle leading up to Summer XXXtreme VIII in August.

This is SCW’s fifth visit to GO Gym in 2020 following CC 265 in late March, CC 266 in late April and CC 269 and CC 270 in the month of May.

This is the 48th time Las Vegas or its suburbs has hosted an SCW event since October 2011 and Staggs Dungeon is the 17th different Las Vegas venue to host an SCW event.

Other venues SCW has visited in Las Vegas for Climax Control or pay-per-view are: the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) five times (Cox Pavilion four times and Earl Wilson Stadium once); Mandalay Bay Events Center twice; Centennial Hills Community Center YMCA; Riviera Hotel and Casino; Palms Resort Casino twice (including Club Rain); Cashman Field twice; Club LAX (Luxor Hotel); Boys and Girls Club; Gold Coast Casino 16 times; Wynn Las Vegas twice (at Tryst and Club XS nightclubs); The Joint (Hardrock Hotel and Casino), Orleans Arena (Orleans Hotel and Casino); Fremont Street Experience; the GO Gym four times; and the Golden Ring Casino twice.

Including Sunday, 46 wrestlers have made the trip to Staggs Dungeon. Of the 18 wrestlers who made the trip at CC 270, only three return this weekend and another 13 return from previous shows.

Keira Fisher-Johnson is the only one to have made all five appearances. O'Malley and Bella Madison is one of only three with more than three appearances. Sunday will be their respective overall fourth appearances. Bill Barnhart, Candy, Austin James Mercer, Jessie Salco, and Kris Ryans join Fisher-Johnson and Evie Jordan with at least three appearances. Ben Jordan, Mercedes Vargas, Kedron Williams, Seleana Zdunich, Griffin Hawkins, Jack Washington, Amber Ryan, and Bea Barnhart all make their second appearances, joining Andrea Hernandez, El Dark, Tiberius of Elysia, Caleb Storms, Christina Rose and Alicia Lukas with at least two appearances at the venue.

Maki makes her first ever trip to Staggs Dungeon.

Advertised for this weekend, Keira Fisher-Johnson return to Climax Control for a second week, this time in tag team action alongside Candy against Mercedes Vargas and Jessie Salco; Kris Ryans meets Senor Vinnie for the first time in a battle of former World Heavyweight Champions; Sash and Bash, the team of Bella Madison and Malachi takes on The Barnharts; Seleana Zdunich takes on Amber Ryan and Maki in a triple threat; Kedron Williams looks to bounce back from his upset loss last week when he takes on Griffin Hawkins; Austin James Mercer looks to continue his impressive year when he takes on O'Malley; and the King for a Day Jack Washington takes challenges Ben Jordan for the World Heavyweight Championship in the main event.



• Fisher-Johnson and Candy team up for the first time. This is the second time they share the ring since a singles match between them back at CC 270, which Candy won.

Salco and Vargas are set to share a ring for the 23rd time in SCW and the second as tag team partners. This is their third meeting in 2020 after a pair of multi-man ladder matches at My Bloody Valentine III and Into the Void IX back in February and June respectively, marking the seventh consecutive year they competed in SCW against each other since Summer XXXtreme 2013.

The last time Salco and Vargas were partners, they were defeated by Candy Overton and Melody Grace at CC 144 in late March 2016. As opponents, Vargas leads the all-time series against Salco 8-4-9 (W-L-D) in 21 meetings, including 3-1 in singles, and is unbeaten in her previous six meetings (3-0-3) since a main event tag win with Cat Riley against Salco and Kate Steele at CC 216 on 16 September 2018 and the main event of CC 241 on 14 August as Vargas successfully defended the Bombshell Roulette Championship during her fourth reign in her first defense in a Roulette Rules Hardcore Evening Gown match.

Three of Salco's four wins over Vargas have come on pay-per-view (the other win came in a tag match at CC 153), of which two of those wins were for titles, having ended Vargas' first World Bombshell Tag Team Championship reign with Amy Santino against Vargas and Traci Patterson at Into the Void III on 20 July 2014, and her Bombshell Internet Championship reign at Blaze of Glory V on 10 April 2016, which is Salco's only singles win over Vargas to date. Salco also won the Miss SCW Reverse Steel Cage match at Full Circle in 2018. The match also included Kira Phoenix, Alice Knight and Raynin.

Salco leads the PPV series between them 3-2-6 (W-L-D) though they are tied 2-2-5 in title matches. Vargas' successful defense at CC 241 was her first title win over Salco since a triple threat win that also included Traci Patterson at My Bloody Valentine in 2014 when she retained the Bombshell Roulette Championship in her first defense during her second reign.

• Throughout 153 matches in SCW, this will be just the sixth time Vargas competes in the opening match on Climax Control in her seven-year career. The SCW Hall of Famer last opened Climax Control at CC 248 back on 22 September 2019, a singles loss to Andrea Hernandez. This will be her first opener in a tag match. Four of those previous five opening matches were in singles while another match was in a battle royal. Vargas is 2-3 in opening matches, having lost her past two. Including the aforementioned CC 248 match in 2019, Vargas wrestled opening matches at CC 57 and CC 59 in 2013 and at CC 73 and CC 75 in 2014.

• This is the overall eighth meeting between Fisher-Johnson and Salco and the seventh meeting and sixth as opponents between Fisher-Johnson and Vargas. This is Candy's second meeting against both opponents. She holds a tag team win over Salco from CC 260 back on 2 February and a singles win over Vargas from CC 267 on 3 May when she pinned Vargas in a Roulette Rules Steel Cage match in her fourth defense to retain the Bombshell Roulette Championship.

Their lone teamup happened at CC 153 in May 2016 in a loss against Salco and Sam Marlowe.

• Fisher-Johnson and Candy are a combined 10-2-2 all-time against both opponents. Fisher-Johnson is 5-1-1 against Salco and 3-1-1 against Vargas while Candy is 1-0 against both opponents. This is the sixth time Fisher-Johnson and Salco will meet in tag. Fisher-Johnson is 4-1 against Salco in their past five tag matches. Salco's lone win is the aforementioned CC 153 victory in 2016. This is the second time Candy faces Salco in a tag match.

• This is Fisher-Johnson's first meeting with Salco in 2020. They previously met last year at CC 246 in a main event six-person tag with Fisher-Johnson, Roxi Johnson and Griffin Hawkins defeating Salvo, Amy Santino, and Senor Vinnie.

Fisher-Johnson won both meetings against Vargas this year, including at CC 264 in a triple threat and Blaze of Glory in a Bombshell Internet Championship number one contender's fatal four-way match, pinning Vargas on both occasions. Fisher-Johnson and Vargas have split two singles meetings, with Fisher-Johnson winning their first encounter at CC 111 on 5 April 2015, while Vargas won the singles rematch four years later at CC 252 on 17 November 2019 handing Fisher-Johnson both her first defeat in SCW since her return at Summer XXXtreme that August after Fisher-Johnson had won her first four matches and her first singles loss after winning her first three.

Fisher-Johnson, Vargas, and Salco were all part of the first-ever Chamber of Fate match (essentially a Elimination Chamber match) at Summer XXXtreme IV in July 2016 for the World Bombshell Championship, won by reigning champion Christina Rose, who lastly eliminated Sam Marlowe by submission. The match also included Mikah.

• Fisher-Johnson is coming off a win over Apple Coren last week to become the seventh active Bombshell to reach 30 career wins while Candy was defeated by the debuting Maki at CC 271 two weeks ago, Vargas' match against Amber Ryan ended in a double disqualification on the same show when they placed their hands on Jasmine St John, while Salco unsuccessfully challenged for the Bombshell Roulette Championship in the main event against champion Violet Amelia Holt, eventual winner Seleana Zdunich, and Bella Madison. Zdunich pinned the champion to win the match and the title, her second championship in SCW after her World Bombshell Championship reign in 2019 and first with the Bombshell Roulette Championship.

Had Salco won, she would have become just the third four-time Bombshell Roulette Champion in history after Mercedes Vargas and Sam Marlowe, win her overall eighth championship in SCW to tie Amy Santino for the second-most in the company behind Mercedes Vargas (12), and end the second-longest active title drought in the company. Salco has yet to win another championship in SCW since her last reign with the Bombshell Roulette Championship at CC 183 back in June 2017, a span of three years. Fisher-Johnson has the longest title drought in the company at four years since her last title win at High Stakes V in October 2015 when she and Roxi Johnson captured the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship.

• This will be Fisher-Johnson's 11th match of 2020, ninth match on Climax Control, second tag match of 2020 and first since CC 257 back on 13 January when she and Roxi Johnson defeated Christina Rose and Seleana Zdunich.

Fisher-Johnson has split her past ten matches in 2020 and her past eight matches on Climax Control.

Candy competes in her 14th match of 2020, 11th match on Climax Control, sixth tag match and second non-mixed tag. At CC 260 on 2 February, she and Bella Madison defeated Sam Marlowe and Jessie Salco. Candy has lost just five times in her past 13 matches and four times on Climax Control in 10 matches.

Salco competes in her 13th match this year, 10th match on Climax Control, and fourth tag match. Vargas competes in her 10th match of 2020, seventh match on Climax Control, and first tag match of the year. This is the seventh straight year she competed in 10 or more matches in a calendar year and the eighth time overall, including her June 2013 debut. Only Salco has done this more. CC 270 marked her ninth straight year wrestling 10 matches since her July 2012 debut.

Both Bombshells have not won in SCW since March. Salco's last win came on 22 March at CC 264 over Violet Amelia Holt by pinfall. Vargas' last victory was over Apple Coren at CC 262 on 8 March.

Salco has lost six straight and 10 of her past 12 matches, including seven of her past nine on Climax Control where she's four in a row. Her six straight losses is her longest since losing 11 in a row from early May to late October 2019.

Vargas' three-month slide is her longest stretch between wins in her SCW career. Following her double disqualification against Amber Ryan at CC 271, Vargas' winless streak now stands at six matches (0-5-1, W-L-D) and she's winless in her past four on Climax Control (0-3-1).

Salco has lost all three of her previous tag matches this year, at CC 260, CC 262, and CC 269, respectively. Vargas' last tag match happened at CC 239 in early June 2019 teaming with Alicia Lukas against Sam Marlowe and Christina Rose which ended in a double countout when neither Vargas or Rose made it back to the ring before the referee's ten-count.

Despite the draw with Ryan, Vargas reached her third significant milestone of the year by competing in her 80th career singles match. In May, she joined Jessie Salco as only the second wrestler in SCW history to reach 150 career matches and beat Salco for the fastest to reach the milestone at six years. Vargas' 80 career singles matches are the most by a female wrestler in history. No one else has more than 60 (Jessie Salco with 67, Amy Santino with 60).

• With Roxi Johnson's win at CC 271, Vargas is now second in career wins after Johnson broke the tie with her 65th career win and extended her record for career wins on Climax Control to 49. Vargas is still stuck at 46 wins. Vargas can tie Johnson's career wins with a win.

• In 2020, Fisher-Johnson is 5-5, 4-4 on Climax Control, and 1-0 in tag. Candy is 8-5, 6-4 on Climax Control, and 3-2 in tag. Salco is 2-10, 2-7 on Climax Control, and 0-3 in tag matches. Vargas is 1-7-1 in her past nine matches and 1-4-1 on Climax Control.

• Vargas' 1-7-1 mark is her worst start entering into July since going 1-5 in 2018. Vargas has recorded at least two wins before the second half each year since joining the roster. She had her most wins in 2014 with six and had five wins three times in 2015, 2017, and 2019, respectively.

This is also the first time Vargas failed to record at least four wins in her first 10 matches in her SCW career. She was 6-4 in her first year in 2013, went 4-6 four times, including three years in a row from 2014-2016 and again in 2018, and went 5-5 in 2017 and 5-3-2 in 2019.

• Fisher-Johnson is 30-26 in SCW, 19-20 on Climax Control, and 14-7 in tag, where she's two straight after CC 246 last year and CC 256 this year. Fisher-Johnson is 12-5 in non-mixed tag matches. Candy is 11-7 in SCW, 9-5 on Climax Control, and 3-2 in tag matches, 1-0 in non-mixed tag matches.

Salco is 42-117-2 in SCW, 28-84-2 on Climax Control, and 20-38-1 in tag matches. The Heavy Metal Bombshell has lost in each of her past seven tag matches dating back to CC 234 in April 2019 including each of her past two non-mixed tag matches, at London Brawling II back on 5 May 2019 and the aforementioned CC 260 on 2 February 2020. Salco is 15-26 in non-mixed tag matches.

Vargas is 64-84-4 in SCW, 46-58-4 on Climax Control, and 17-20-1 in tag. She's winless in her past three tag matches (0-2-1), having lost at CC 220 and High Stakes VIII back in late October and early November 2018 respectively, and the draw at CC 239 last year. Vargas is unbeaten in her past two non-mixed tag matches (1-0-1) since CC 216 in late September 2019.


• This is the first meeting between these former World Heavyweight Champions.

• Both Superstars were victorious in their most recent matches, with Vinnie defeating Jack Washington last week by disqualification and Ryans winning a fatal four-way against Griffin Hawkins, O'Malley, and Bill Barnhart at CC 271.

• Vinnie has won six of his past nine matches, four of six on Climax Control, and five of his last seven singles matches. Ryans has won four of five including four in a row. His winning streak includes singles wins over Finn Whelan (CC 268), Jack Washington (CC 270) and Griffin Hawkins (Into the Void), respectively.

Vinnie is 6-3 in 2020, 4-2 on Climax Control, and 5-2 in singles. Ryans is 4-1 in 2020, and 3-1 on Climax Control and in singles with his lone defeat coming to Bill Barnhart at CC 266.

• Vinnie is 23-13 in SCW, 16-9 on Climax Control, and 18-7 in singles, including 12-5 on Climax Control. Ryans is 33-20-5 overall in SCW, 25-13-4 on Climax Control, and 23-12-3 in singles, including 20-8-2 on Climax Control. The Miracle is two matches shy of 60 career matches and two from 50 career singles matches.

THE BARNHARTS (Bill and Bea Barnhart) vs SASS n BASH (Malachi and Bella Madison)

• This is Malachi's first meeting against The Barnharts and Madison's first meeting against Bea Barnhart. This is the second time Bill Barnhart faces Bella Madison in a mixed tag match following CC 261 when Barnhart and Andrea Hernandez defeated Madison and Chris Crippler in the first round in this year's Blast From the Past Tournament.

• Malachi and Madison team up for the fifth time, having split their previous four matches as a team, alternating wins and losses. They won their mixed tag team debut on 19 January at CC 258 against Candy and Chris Crippler when Malachi pinned Crippler, was defeated by Brandon Sludge and Daniela V Rodgers of the Trenton Tigers at Blaze of Glory on 12 April, defeated Sludge and Rodgers' stablemates Char Kwan and Vector C. Rodgers at CC 270 on 21 June, and most recently failed to win the World Mixed Tag Team Championship at Into the Void IX on 7 June in a triple threat against retaining champions Wolfslair (Alex Jones and Johanna Krieger) and Sludge and Rodgers.

The Barnharts compete in their third match together having split their past two. They lost their mixed tag team debut to the Trenton Tigers at CC 257 back on 12 January and most recently defeated the father-daughter tandem of Dustin Holt and Violet Amelia Holt at CC 268 on 10 May, which is their most recent win to date, as a team and individually, having lost their past two matches.

• Malachi competes in his eighth match in 2020. He's 4-3 in 2020, alternating wins and losses. Ahead of his fifth match on Climax Control, the Irishman is unbeaten on Sunday nights in his previous four matches.

Madison competes in her 14th match of 2020, 11th match on Climax Control, seventh tag match, and fifth in mixed tag. Madison has split her past 10 matches on Climax Control and has split her previous six tag matches. Her only non-mixed tag match happened at CC 260. All six mixed tag matches took place this year.

Madison's 14 matches are more than she had in her first year in 2019. She competed in just seven matches. The New York native has lost two in a row and eight of her past 13 matches this year. The first she's lost back-to-back matches since Blaze of Glory and CC 266 and the third time in her career since losing four straight in 2019.

Bill Barnhart competes in his 12th match of the new year, 9th match on Climax Control, and fifth tag match, all of which have been in mixed tag. He also teamed with Andrea Hernandez twice in the Blast From the Past Tournament. Into the Void IX marked the second consecutive year the Bulldog competed in 10-plus matches after competing in 11 last year, of which all were singles matches.

Bea Barnhart competes in her 11th match since her SCW debut this year, 9th match on Climax Control, and fourth tag match, all in mixed tag. She also participated in the Blast From the Past Tournament with Travis Levitt as her partner.

The Barnharts have both lost two in a row. Bill Barnhart has lost eight of his past 11 matches this year and five of his past eight matches on Climax Control while Bea Barnhart has lost seven of her past 10, including six of eight on Climax Control. She was defeated by Bobbie Dahl and Tallyn at CC 270 and CC 272. Bill Barnhart has split his past four mixed tag matches. Bea Barnhart has one once in her past three mixed tag matches.

• Ahead of this match, Bill Barnhart was pinned by Kris Ryans in a fatal four-way that also included Griffin Hawkins and O'Malley at CC 271; Bea Barnhart lost in the main event unsuccessfully challenging for the Bombshell Roulette Championship against Violet Amelia Holt, eventual winner Seleana Zdunich (who pinned Holt in the match), and Jessie Salco. Malachi defeated Caleb Storms last week at CC 272, and Bea Barnhart lost to Tallyn on the same show.

Madison is still seeking her first championship in the company since making her SCW debut at CC 246 in late September 2019. CC 271 was her second opportunity at the Bombshell Roulette Championship after unsuccessfully challenging then-champion Candy for the title at My Bloody Valentine in a Roulette Rules Barbed Wire match. Her loss dropped to 0-3 overall in SCW title matches, including unsuccessfully challenging Wolfslair for the World Mixed Tag Team Championship with Malachi at Into the Void.

• Malachi is 4-3 in 2020, 4-0 on Climax Control, 2-2 in tag matches. Madison is 5-7 in the new year, 5-4 on Climax Control, and 3-3 in tag matches. Bill Barnhart is 3-8 this year, 3-5 on Climax Control, and 2-2 in tag matches. Bea Barnhart is 3-7, 2-6 on Climax Control and 1-2 in tag matches.

• In SCW, Malachi is 5-8 in his career and 5-3 on Climax Control; Madison is 8-12 and 5-5 on Climax Control; Bill Barnhart is 5-15 in SCW and 4-10 on Climax Control; and Bea Barnhart is 3-8 in SCW, including 3-5 on Climax Control.


• This is the first meeting between these Bombshells.

• Zdunich won the Bombshell Roulette Championship for the first time defeating champion Violet Amelia Holt, Jessie Salco and Bella Madison in a Roulette Rules Wet & Wild match, ending Holt's reign at 14 days. Holt won the title from Candy at Into the Void, ended her reign at 154 days.

Holt became the first champion since Joanne Canelli in 2013 to hold the title for two weeks.

This marked Zdunich's second championship win in SCW following her World Bombshell Championship win last year when she defeated Alicia Lukas, with help by Christina Rose, during the first defense of Lukas' first reign, which ended at three weeks. Zdunich reign ended at Blaze of Glory when Lukas won back the title in fatal four-way, which also included Dani Weston.

Amber Ryan fought Mercedes Vargas to a draw at CC 271 which ended in a double disqualification when both women put their hands on referee Jasmine St. John, shoving the referee. It was the first non-decision in Ryan's SCW career. Maki defeated former Bombshell Roulette Champion Candy to win her debut on the same show. This will be the first triple threat and multi-man match for Ryan and Maki. Zdunich competes in her third multi-man match, second in a row following CC 271, 12th career multi-man match, and fourth triple threat.

Zdunich snapped an 11-match losing streak in multi-person matches and a four-match losing streak in four-way matches with her first career win in each on Sunday. She seems her first win in triple threat matches this weekend. Zdunich was never pinned in those three previous matches, namely Into the Void VIII and CC 242 in 2019 and at CC 264. this year.

• Zdunich competes in her 11th match in 2020, eighth match on Climax Control and sixth multi-man match. She's won just twice in her past 10 matches, twice in seven matches on Climax Control and just once in her past five multi-man matches. Zdunich last triple threat happened at CC 264 where Keira Fisher-Johnson pinned Mercedes Vargas.

Ryans is 1-1-1 in SCW. Prior to the draw against Vargas, the New Jersey native won her SCW, Climax Control, and singles debut against Jessie Salco at CC 270, but lost her PPV debut to Myra Rivers at Into the Void.

Maki is known for her time in various promotions including California Wrestling, Championship Wrestling Federation, Women's Wrestling Alliance, World Wrestling Headquarters, New Frontier Wrestling, and Hybrid Wrestling. She was a multi-time champion in CWF, where she was a former four-time women's champion, and a one-time women's United States Champion and women's tag team champion. She was a one-time women's champion in WWH, with her reign being the third-longest in the title's history. She was also an International Champion in Hybrid Wrestling.

• Zdunich is 2-8 in 2020, 2-5 on Climax Control, and 1-4 in multi-man matches. In SCW, The Cat is 18-29-1, 14-19-1 on Climax Control, and 1-11 in multi-man matches. Ryans is 1-1-1 in SCW and 1-0-1 on Climax Control. Maki is 1-0 on Climax Control.


This is the second meeting vs between Williams and Hawkins and a return singles match from CC 231 back in March 2019, which Hawkins won by pinfall.

• Kedron Williams is the new Roulette Champion having defeated Jack Russow at Into the Void, ending Russow's reign at 56 days. Williams won his first SCW championship and his first with the Roulette Championship. He's been champion for what will be 28 days by Climax Control 273.

• Williams is coming off a singles loss to former World Mixed Tag Team Champion Lachlan Kane two weeks ago at CC 271, handing the Salem, Mass native his first loss after a 3-0 start.

Hawkins failed to win a fatal four-way on the same show against Kris Ryans, O'Malley and Bill Barnhart. Ryans pinned Barnhart for the win. Hawkins' last win came at CC 267 over Senor Vinnie. The Rock Soldier had lost three straight since, including singles defeats to Jake Raab at CC 269 and Ryans at Into the Void. This is the first time Hawkins has lost three consecutive matches in his SCW career.

• Williams competes in his fifth match of 2020, third match on Climax Control and fourth consecutive singles match. Williams's has split his first two matches on Climax Control this year. Prior to the loss Kane, he did defeat Tiberius of Elysia at CC 269. Williams has won three of his past four singles matches.

Hawkins competes in his 11th match of 2020, eighth match on Climax Control, and 10th singles match, where he's lost two straight. He's lost four of his past six matches this year, including four of seven on Climax Control. He's lost five of nine in singles.

• Williams is 6-7 in SCW, 3-5 on Climax Control, and 4-7 in singles. Hawkins is 25-15 in SCW, 18-10 on Climax Control, and 22-12 in singles.


• This is the first meeting between the respective champions.

• Mercer competed on Climax Control for the second straight week this cycle. The Prodigal Son defested Jack'd the Ripper in a non-title lady week. O'Malley failed to win a four-way match against Kris Ryans, Griffin Hawkins, and Bill Barnhart where the winner received a championship match of their choosing for the next six months of the year. Hawkins pinned Barnhart for the win.

• This will be O'Malley's eighth match of 2020, fifth match on Climax Control, and fifth singles match. He's lost five of his last seven, three of four on Climax Control, and has split his past four singles matches. He unsuccessfully challenged Ben Jordan for the World Heavyweight Championship, defeated Caleb Storms, lost to Tony Thorn by technical knockout, and defeated Jordan at Into the Void IX in a impromptu match for the SCU Underground Championship, which Jordan had won from Mark Cross in a title for title match, with the SCW World Heavyweight Championship on the line. Jordan would lose the SCU Underground Championship to O'Malley who cashed in on The Cockney King to become the new champion. Jordan suffered his first loss of 2020 after a 7-0 start and saw his winning streak end at ten matches. Into the Void marked Jordan's first pinfall loss in nine months since a mixed tag loss with Evie Jordan against Kedron and Rinoa Williams at last year's Into the Void event.

This will be Mercer's 12th match of 2020, ninth match on Climax Control, and seventh singles match on the year. Mercer has won five in a row and 10 of his past 11, including seven of eight on Climax Control where he's won three straight. He remains undefeated in singles winning all six of his previous singles matches.

• Mercer has been Internet Champion for what will be 140 days at CC 273. He became the fifth champion to reach 100 days on 26 May. Mercer currently hold the third-longest singles reign with the title having already surpassed Despayre (112) and Sean Jackson's (119) first reigns and surpassed Rage's 126-day reign all last month. Surpassing Jackson's 119-day singles reign puts Mercer in fourth for most combined days.

Mercer is six weeks away from tying Griffin Hawkins and Despayre's (2nd reign) 196-day singles reigns for first. Mercer needs to hold the title by 31 August. He is currently tied for third in combined days with Rage at 140 days, with only Hawkins' 196-day singles reign, and Despayre's combined 308 days over 2 reigns in front of him. To claim Despayre's combined record, Mercer will need to hold the title until 21 December.

The Prodigal Son has since turned away challenges from Storms in the main event of CC 262, Jake Raab and Denise Andrews at CC 263 in a mixed tag team match with then-Bombshell Roulette Champion Candy where both titles were on the line in a winner take all tag team match, Lachlan Kane at Blaze of Glory VIII back in April, and Teddy Warren in the main event of CC 268.

• Mercer is 10-1 in 2020, 7-1 on Climax Control, and 6-0 in singles, including 4-0 in singles matches on Climax Control. O'Malley is 2-5 this year in SCW and 1-3 on Climax Control. He is 2-2 in singles matches.

Overall, Mercer is 23-8 in SCW, 16-6 on Climax Control, and 16-3 in singles having won eight straight since CC 249 in late September 2019. His last loss in SCW and in singles was to Ty West by submission at CC 246 in early September 2019.


• This will be Jordan's seventh defense and Washington's first SCW title match and first for the World Heavyweight Championship.

• Jordan will be champion for 201 days the night of his title defense. He will become just the third champion after J2H and Fenris to surpass 200 days on 4 July, the night before Climax Control.

• The Cockney King has been champion since winning the Six-Pack Survival match at December 2 Dismember IV back on 15 December. The match also included reigning champion Senor Vinnie, Austin James Mercer, Lachlan Kane, Fenris (who Jordan eliminated last to win), and Caleb Storms.

During his reign, Jordan has defended his title against the likes of Senor Vinnie at CC 257 in January, Fenris at My Bloody Valentine in February, Roulette Champion Griffin Hawkins in the main event of CC 263 in March, O'Malley in the main event of CC 265, Jake Raab at Blaze of Glory, and most recently Mark Cross at Into the Void.

• This will be Jordan's 10th match of 2020, sixth match on Climax Control, and eighth singles match. Jordan had won eight of his past nine matches, is unbeaten on Climax Control winning in each of his previous five matches, and has won six of his past seven singles matches.

Washington has split his past six matches since his debut, alternating wins and losses. He's lost three of his past five matches on Climax Control and two of three in singles.

• Ahead of this match, Jordan and Bombshell Internet Championship Kate Steele defeated Teddy Warren and World Bombshell Championship Evie Jordan at CC 271 when Ben Jordan submitted Warren to win for his team. On the same show, Washington lost to Senor Vinnie by disqualification when Austin James Mercer attacked Vinnie.

Jordan is 8-1 in 2020, 5-0 on Climax Control, and 6-1 in singles.

• In SCW, Jordan is 55-14-2 in his career, 36-8-2 on Climax Control, and 25-4-1 in singles, including 16-3-1 in singles. He's won 12 straight singles matches on Climax Control since a win over Eyesnsane at CC 164 on 6 November 2016 and hasn't lost a singles match on Climax Control in four years. His last singles loss was at CC 149 to Samuel McPherson on 22 May 2016.

Washington is 3-3 in SCW, 2-3 on Climax Control, and 1-2 in singles.

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SCW Hall of Famer (Class of 2018)
World Bombshell Champion (x2)
Bombshell Roulette Champion (x4)
Bombshell Internet Champion 
World Bombshell Tag Team Champion (x3) (w/Traci Patterson (x2) and Delia Darling)
World Mixed Tag Team Champion (x2, w/Kain)
Third female SCW Triple Crown Champion (6th SCW Triple Crown Champion overall)
First-ever 2x Triple Crown Champion in SCW history (most ever by a female wrestler)
Second female Grand Slam Champion (4th SCW Grand Slam Champion overall)
Fastest wrestler to 100 career matches on Climax Control (October 2019)
First-ever twelve-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and twelfth title (June 30, 2019)
(2086 days/68 months between October 2013 and June 2019/5 years, 8 months)
First-ever eleven-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and eleventh title (September 16, 2018)
(1799 days/59 months between October 2013 and September 2018; 4 years, 11 months)
First-ever ten-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and tenth title (July 22, 2018)
(1743 days/57 months between October 2013 and July 2018; 4 years, 9 months)
First-ever nine-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and ninth title (September 24, 2017)
(1442 days/47 months between October 2013 and September 2017; 3 years, 11 months)
First-ever eight-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and eighth title (May 15, 2016)
(945 days/31 months between October 2013 and May 2015; 2 years, 7 months)
Longest consecutive pay-per-view appearance 38+ consecutive events since June 2013 pay-per-view debut)
Only woman to compete at every SCW pay-per-view for five consecutive years (2014-2018)
One of two wrestlers and the first woman to win five different SCW championships (July 22, 2018)
1743 days/57 months (4 years, 9 months)
First-ever two-time World Bombshell Tag Team Champion (w/Traci Patterson) (June 29, 2014)
First-ever two-time World Mixed Tag Team Champion (w/Kain) (September 16, 2018)
First-ever five-time tag team champion overall in SCW history (September 16, 2018)
1652 days/54 months (4 years, 6 months)
Most career wins by a female wrestler in SCW history (December 16, 2018)
Most career wins on Climax Control by a female wrestler in SCW history (February 3, 2019)
First-ever seven-time singles champion overall in SCW history, (passing Goth for most career singles championship reigns all-time), most by a female wrestler
First-ever six-time singles champion overall in Bombshell history, (tied with Goth for most career singles championship reigns all-time in SCW history)
1442 days/47 months (3 years, 11 months)
One of six female wrestlers (Misty, Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco, Joanne Canelli, Roxi Johnson) and the second fastest to win a title in three consecutive years (May 31, 2015)
595 days/19 months (1 year, 7 months)
Second female wrestler, one of three (Amy Marshall, Roxi Johnson) and the second fastest to win a title in four consecutive years (February 14, 2016)
854 days/28 months (2 years, 4 months)
Only female wrestler to win a championship in six consecutive years:
1743 days/57 months (4 years, 9 months)
(Bombshell Roulette Championship, 2013, 2014; World Bombshell Tag Team Championship, 2015; Bombshell Internet Championship, 2016; World Bombshell Championship, 2017; World Mixed Tag Team Championship, 2018) 
Only woman in SCW history to become a multiple-time champion with four sets of titles (September 16, 2018)
Only woman to become a multiple-time champion with the Bombshell Roulette (x3), World Bombshell Tag Team (x3), World Bombshell (x2) and World Mixed Tag Team Championships in a career (September 16, 2018)
One of two women (Amy Marshall) and one of three wrestlers overall (Marshall, Rage) in SCW history to become a multiple-time champion wirh three sets of titles (February 14, 2016)
Third woman, one of only five (Joanne Canelli, Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco, Roxi Johnson) and the third fastest in SCW history to become a multiple-time champion with the SCW Bombshell Roulette (x3), World Bombshell Tag Team (x3) and Bombshell Internet Championships in a career (February 14, 2016)
First woman and one of only four (Veronica Taylor, Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco) to become a multiple-time champion with the Bombshell Roulette and World Bombshell Tag Team Championships (June 29, 2014)
Second woman and one of three (Vixen, Sam Marlowe) to become a multiple-time champion with the Bombshell Roulette and World Bombshell Championships (September 24, 2017)
Third woman and one of only three (Misty, Raynin) to become a multiple-time champion with the World Bombshell Tag Team and World Bombshell Championships (September 24, 2017)
Only female wrestler to become a multiple-time champion with the World Bombshell and World Mixed Tag Team Championships (September 16, 2018)
One of five women (Kittie, Vixen, Joanne Canelli, Delia Darling) to have never lost their first match of a new year and the first to do so four years in a row (June 2013 debut, January 2014, 2015, 2016) 
One of three women to have never lost their first supercard match of a new year and the first to do so five years in a row (June 2013 debut, January 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) 
First-ever SCW Queen for a Day battle royal winner (December 2 Dismember III supershow, December 13, 2015)
Second Bombshell to have wrestled 100 TV/PPV matches, fastest in history to reach milestone (September 3, 2017)
(1554 days, or 51 months between June 2013 and September 2017)
Fifth woman to have wrestled 50 TV/PPV matches, third fastest in history to reach milestone (July 19, 2015)
(777 days, or 25 months between June 2013 and July 2015)
Second-longest reigning Bombshell Roulette Champion 
September 14, 2014 - March 8, 2015 (175 days; 5 months, 22 days; held record for longest singles reign for 17 months after reign ended)
Most consecutive/successful title defenses, 5; [record tied by Sam Marlowe twice on 24 September 2017 and 7 April 2019]
Second most combined consecutive/successful title defenses, 7; broken on 26 January 2019; [held record for most combined defenses for four years after third reign ended]
Second woman to have held Bombshell Roulette Championship three times (after Necra Octavian Kane) (September 14, 2014) 
Fourth woman and one of five (Misty, Vixen, Necra Octavian Kane, Jessie Salco) to have held a Bombshell singles title three times (September 14, 2014) 
Only woman to record four title reigns in a single year
(2014, winning the Bombshell Tag Team (March, June) and Bombshell Roulette (January, September) Championships two times each)
First woman in SCW history to go unpinned/unsubmitted in singles matches for up to an entire year (365 days) or more (434 days)
Longest Bombshells singles unpinned/unsubmitted streak in SCW history
(June 2, 2013 - August 10, 2014) -
14 months, 8 days/434 days overall/62 weeks
Longest Bombshells unpinned/unsubmitted streak in SCW history 
(June 2, 2013 - March 30, 2014)
9 months, 28 days/301 days overall/43 weeks
[Held record from March 30, 2014 - March 21, 2016
722 days/23 months, 3 weeks/103 weeks and 1 day]

The Checklist
Ambrosia Grey/Joanne Canelli/Laura Jackson
Jessie Salco
Nessa Wall/Jessie Salco (x2)
Nessa Wall (x2)/Traci Patterson
Traci Patterson (x2)
Lizzie Short/Traci Patterson (x3)/Joanne Canelli (x2)
Amy Marshall
Traci Patterson (x4)/Jessie Salco (x3)
Emma Rose/Joanne Canelli (x3)
Roxi Johnson/Electra Styles
Jessie Salco (x4)/Amy Marshall (x2)
Felony Fontana/Rock Rose
Trishelle Jordan/Traci Patterson (x5)
Misty (x2)/Roxi Johnson (x2)/Amy Marshall (x3)
Necra Octavian Kane/Natalie McKinley/Joanne Canelli (x4)
Necra Octavian Kane (x2)
Cynthia Warren
Zuri Chastain
Zuri Chastain (x2)/Traci Patterson (x6)
Traci Patterson (x7)
Caleb Houston/Roxi Johnson (x3)
Amy Marshall (x4)/Jessie Salco (x5)
Amanda Cortez/Veronica Taylor
Amanda Cortez (x2)/Veronica Taylor (x2)
Amy Marshall ((5)/Raynin (x2)
Alexis Edwards
Amy Marshall (x6)/Kate Steele/Traci Patterson (x8)/Kahlan "Bliss" Fischer
Zuri Chastain (x3)
Alexis Edwards (x2)
Melanie Gabrielle
Samantha Marlowe
Amy Marshall (x7)
Samantha Marlowe (x2)
Crystal Millar
Celeste North
Dax Beckett/Celeste North (x2)
James Tuscini/Trish Newborn
Ivan Darrell/Amanda Cortez (x3)
Kate Steele (x2)
Bobbie Dahl
Polly Playtime
Samantha Marlowe (x3)
Trinity Jones
Seleana Zdunich
Dani Weston
Charlotte Elliot/Daniel J Morgan
Antrax/Iron Maiden
Samantha Marlowe (x4)/Caleb Storms
Kate Steele (x3)/Jessie Salco (x6)
Sierra Williams/Ella Singleton
Apple Coren
Ella Singleton (x2)
Amanda Cortez (x4)/ Daniela V. Rodgers
Trinity Jones (x2)
Samantha Marlowe (x5)
Jessie Salco (x2)
Samantha Marlowe (x6)
Jessie Salco (x3)
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