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Mercedes Vargas
Posted: May 19, 2019 10:42 pm


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CC 236 QUICK RESULTS, 19 MAY 2019 - GOLD COAST HOTEL AND CASINO, PARADISE, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

AMANDA CORTEZ def. JESSIE SALCO by pinfall
JAKE RAAB def. BLADE ALEXANDER by submission
MERCEDES VARGAS def. TRINITY JONES by pinfall
TEDDY STEELE-WARREN def. GOTH by disqualification 
ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH: GRIFFIN HAWKINS © def. TRAVIS LEVITT in a Roulette Rules Steel Cage match via escape of the cage to retain the title in his first defense
TY WEST and FENRIS def. WOLFSLAIR (Austin James Mercer and Alex Jones) by Fenris pinfall on Jones

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JESSIE SALCO vs AMANDA CORTEZ

This was the fourth meeting between these two Bombshells, the second singles meeting and first in four years, and second meeting in 2019, with Cortez winning two of the previous three meetings (2-1). Salco won the most recent meeting at CC 232 during the first round of the Blast From the Past Tournament. Salco and Andrew Garcia eliminated Cortez and Jamie Dean in the first round when Garcia submitting Staggs. Cortez is now 2-1-1 against Salco including 2-0 in singles, having also won in 2013 by pinfall at Hostile Takeover on 28 April.

Entering CC 236, Salco lost a tag match with Amy Santino against Crystal and Seleana Zdunich where the winner would receive a title match and Salco would have had her title match band lifted. It's been ten months since Mark Ward handed down the title ban at CC 208 on 10 July 2018. Salco dropped to 0-5 at pay-per-view in the month of May. She lost at Chaos in Cape Town on 25 May 2014, Mayhem in Morocco on 3 May in 2015, and at Into the Void in 2017 and 2018 on 14 and 27 May respectively. At London Brawling II, Salco and Santino became the first female wrestlers in SCW history - and one of only three wrestlers in SCW alongside Despayre - to have competed at all fourteen individual SCW pay-per-view events. Salco also became the first wrestler to reach 40 career pay-per-view matches with Santino (38) and Mercedes Vargas (37) likely to join her this year.

Cortez wins her first match since her return after dropping her first two matches and her first win since being on the winning side of a ten-woman elimination tag match at CC 200 on 17 December 2017 with Zuri Chastain, Alexis Mercer and Odette Stevens against Vixen, Delia Darling and Keira Fisher-Johnson and Roxi Johnson. Daniela V. Rodgers spoiled Cortez's in-ring return at the go-home show to the supercard CC 235 on 14 April and Mercedes Vargas pinned Rodgers at London Brawling II in a Triple Threat Bombshell Roulette Championship number one contender's match. Cortez improved to 25-20-1 in SCW.

Salco falls to 2-11 all-time in the month of May in her career. She has now lost four straight to fall to 1-7 in 2019 and 38-97-2 in SCW, including 25-70-2 in her 97th match on Climax Control. Salco is the first wrestler to reach 70 career losses on Climax Control and is both three matches from becoming the first wrestler in history to reach 100 career matches on Climax Control as well as three losses from becoming the first wrestler to reach 100 career losses. No other wrestler has more than 80 (Amy Santino). Salco falls to her fifth straight singles loss dating back to CC 221 on 25 November 2018, now 18-37-1.

BLADE ALEXANDER vs JAKE RAAB

This was the first meeting between Alexander and Raab.

Alexander made his SCW return in the 2019 Blast From the Past Tournament where he reached the quarterfinals with Alicia Lukas before falling to Kale Smith and Kimberly Williams at CC 233 on 7 April. At London Brawling II, Alexander fell short in a triple threat Roulette Rules Falls Count Anywhere match to determine the number one contender to the Roulette Championship when Jack Asher pinned Joshua Acquin.

Raab's last match was a pinfall singles win over Griffin Hawkins at CC 233 on 7 April. With the win, the former Honor Champion won his second in a row to improve to 4-4 splitting his first eight matches in 2019, 8-7 in SCW, 7-5 on Climax Control and 7-4 in singles having now won four straight, including pinfall wins over Hitamashii (CC 228) and Todd Williams (CC 230).

Raab faces former Blast Drom the Past Winner Kale Smith next week at CC 237 in Reno, Nevada.

MERCEDES VARGAS vs TRINITY JONES

This was the third meeting and second singles match between Vargas and Jones who last met during the Golden Briefcase Ladder match at Inception III this past January, eventually won by Kate Steele. Vargas won the earlier singles meeting against Jones by pinfall at CC 199 on 10 December 2017. Vargas extends her unbeaten streak against Jones to three matches, now 2-0-1.

Vargas, 4-3-1 in 2019, came off a triple threat win over Amanda Cortez and Daniela V. Rodgers to become number one contender to Sam Marlowe's Bombshell Roulette Championship at London Brawling II. The match between Vargas and Marlowe will take place at Into the Void VIII next month on 30 June.

At London Brawling II, Jones competed in her fifth opportunity at the Bombshell Roulette Championship, now falling to 0-4-1, second consecutive pay-per-view title loss to Sam Marlowe and third overall. Jones was unsuccessful all three times: at CC 191 on 24 September 2017 in a Roulette Rules Two Out of Three Falls match (which ended in a draw) and at Blaze of Glory VII earlier this March in a Roulette Rules Backstage Brawl. The loss also kept Jones winless on pay-per-view, now 0-6 lifetime.

Vargas achieved several milestones at London Brawling II including competing in her 37th consecutive pay-per-view, breaking the SCW record formerly held by Despayre which had stood for three years since April 10, 2016 (Blaze of Glory V) and extending the active and career record in the Bombshells division; becoming one of only three female wrestlers to have at least one win at 10 different SCW pay-per-view events alongside Samantha Marlowe and Crystal Zdunich who also won matches at the supercard; recorded her 57th career win, extending the record for most overall wins by a female wrestler since she passed Roxi Johnson's previous record of 53 in December 2018 which had stood as the record for two years following her retirement in 2016; claimed the record for most pay-per-view wins by a female wrestler with 16, breaking a tie with Amy Santino who lost at the pay-per-view; and earned her 28th career win in singles.

With her 42nd career win on Climax Control, Vargas now has sole possession of the record for most career wins on Climax Control by a female wrestler, breaking the tie with Roxi Johnson. Vargas originally passed Johnson's then-record of 40 this past February at Climax Control 227 on 3 February in a singles pinfall win over Apple Coren for Win No. 41 before Johnson tied it by winning her in-ring return at CC 231 on 24 March in a first round match in the Blast From the Past Tournament with Caleb Storms before bowing out in the quarterfinals, ending her return for the tournament. Vargas also earned her 29th career singles win needing one more to become only the second female wrestler in history to reach 30 career wins. The record for most career singles wins by a female wrestler is currently held by Mikah with 31 since Summer XXXtreme VI back on 22 July 2018.

Jones has now lost three in a row and four of her last five, dropping to 4-5 in 2019 after a 3-1 start and 7-15-1 in SCW. "The Dragon" falls to 6-11-1 in singles and third straight loss. Vargas improves to 58-71-2 in her career, 42-50-2 on Climax Control and 29-34-2 in singles. Her 131 matches in SCW competition are third most in company history behind Jessie Salco (137) and Amy Santino (134). Her 58 victories are second most in company history behind Despayre (82) who holds the SCW revord and the most by a female wrestler, six more than Santino (52) and fifteen more than Sam Marlowe (43). Vargas' 65 singles matches on Climax Control are eight more than Salco (57) and ten than Santino (55). Vargas is ten wins from tying Despayre's record, the most-ever in history. He was 52-4-1 on Climax Control, with his final victory on April 2, 2017 at CC 176, defeating Lord Raab to retain the Internet Championship for his eighth and final successful defense before vacating the title, ending his second reign at 196 days.

Vargas is now 7-5 in the month of May in her SCW career, winning her third straight. This was also the 35th match following a pay-per-view for the Hall of Famer where she is 17-17-1 overall (she is 8-5 on the first show, 9-12-1 on the second) and 7-10-2 in singles matches. Sunday was the first time Vargas wrestled on the first show since the first show after Violent Conduct at CC 216 back on 30 September 2018 where Vargas and Cat Riley defeated Kate Steele and Jessie Salco in a main event tag match.

GOTH vs TEDDY STEELE-WARREN

This was the first meeting between Goth and Steele-Warren and the SCW, Climax Control and singles debut for Steele-Warren, the husband of former Bombshell Roulette and Internet Champion Kate Steele.

Goth made his return to SCW during the Blast From the Past Tournament where he and Mackenzie Page made it to the final four before falling to Devona and Alex Jones at CC 235 on 14 April after Jones pinned Goth. The SCW Hall of Famer also lost at London Brawling II where he was defeated by Daniel J. Morgan by pinfall to drop to 0-2 at the supercard. Goth also was defeated by Tom Dudely by pinfall in his London Brawling debut in 2012.

ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: GRIFFIN HAWKINS © vs "THE PHOENIX" TRAVIS LEVITT

This was the second meeting between champion and challenger and a return title match from London Brawling II where Hawkins ended Levitt's reign at 49 days in his first defense. Levitt saw his two match win streak ended and fell to 0-4 on pay-per-view. "The Phoenix" fell more than four months short of the singles Roulette Championship record held by Kristopher Ryans of 168 days and eigth months short of his combined reign of 259 days, needing to hold the title until 21 October and 20 January 2020, respectively.

Hawkins improves to 2-1 in 2019, 11-5 in SCW, 8-4 on Climax Control and second win in a row, 10-5 in singles and third win in a row and 4-0 in title matches. Levitt falls to 2-3 in singles, 3-7 in 2019 and second straight loss and 4-8 overall in SCW. He's 4-4 on Climax Control, having had his three-match win streak snapped. He previously won at CC 230 (over Lachlan Kane and Austin James Mercer in a World Heavyweight Championship qualification match), CC 231 (a first round win in the Blast From the Past Tournament with Valentina against Vanu Naufau and Otaki when Levitt submitted Naufau) and CC 232 (defeating champion St. John Cross for the Roulette Championship in a Roulette Rules Ladder match, ending Cross' reign at three weeks).

WOLFSLAIR (Austin James Mercer and Alex Jones) vs TY WEST and FENRIS

This was the second time as tag partners for Mercer and Jones, the fifth meeting between Mercer and Fenris and the sixth meeting and second as tag partners for West and Fenris.

Mercer and Jones won their tag team debut against Gamers, Inc. in Jones' SCW pay-per-view debut at Inception III back on 13 January. Mercer falls to 3-2 against Fenris and the last time West and Fenris teamed up was at CC 222 against Senor Vinnie and Jake Raab. (Fenris is 2-1-1 against him).

Entering CC 236, Jones teamed with Devona during the Blast From the Past Tournament having defeated the teams of Teddy Warren and Daniela V. Rodgers at CC 232, Caleb Storms and Roxi Johnson at CC 234 and Mackenzie Page and Goth at CC 235 before falling to Kale Smith and Brittany Williams in the finals at London Brawling II. It was the first career losses for Jones and Devona as a team and in overall tag matches, now 4-1 in tag matches and 3-1 as a team in mixed tag during the BFTP, and his first career decisive loss in SCW and overall second in his career.

Jones falls to 6-3 in SCW and second straight loss, marking the first time he's lost back-to-back matches. Mercer is now 8-4 and saw his four-match win streak snapped. Fenris improves to 5-3 in 2019 and 20-3-1 in his career to end a three-match slide, the first of his career. "The White Wolf" and the 2018 Rookie of the Year had won his first 19 matches (including 14 in his first 15 matches in 2018, 14-0-1) and was unbeaten in his previous 12 matches (11-0-1) since a tag match with Kristopher Ryans against Ben Jordan and Tommy Crimson ended in a no contest at CC 212 on 12 August 2018 which snapped his winning streak at seven, including a five-match winning streak on Climax Control. Ty West moves on to 4-4-1 in 2019, 15-12-1 in SCW and 12-6-1 on Climax Control and third straight win.




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SCW ACCOMPLISHMENTS
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
Faith
Ambrosia Grey/Joanne Canelli/Laura Jackson
Jessie Salco
Nessa Wall/Jessie Salco (x2)
Nessa Wall (x2)/Traci Patterson
Misty/Vixen
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)
Raynin
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)
Otaki
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)
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