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Mercedes Vargas
Posted: December 02, 2019 04:11 pm


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CC 255 QUICK RESULTS - 1 DECEMBER 2019 - STAR OF THE DESERT ARENA, (BUFFALO BILL’S RESORT & CASINO AT PRIMM VALLEY RESORTS), PRIMM, NEVADA

MARK CROSS def. LADY STEELE by pinfall in a Roulette Rules Black Friday Brawl
"BULLDOG" BILL BARNHART def. ALEX JONES by submission
NON-TITLE: BOMBSHELL ROULETTE CHAMPION SAMANTHA MARLOWE def. MERCEDES VARGAS by submission 
ANDREA HERNANDEZ (w/World Bombshell Champion Alicia Lukas and Sierra Williams) def. SELEANA ZDUNICH (w/Christina Rose and Roxi Johnson) by pinfall
FENRIS (w/Ben Jordan and World Heavyweight Champion Senor Vinnie) def. LACHLAN KANE (w/Austin James Mercer and Caleb Storms) by submission
STREETFIGHT: BOBBIE DAHL def. SIERRA WILLIAMS by pinfall

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ROULETTE RULES MATCH: MARK CROSS vs TEDDY LADY STEELE

This was the first meeting between Cross and Steele.

Ahead of this match, Cross was coming off a tag team win with Griffin Hawkins against Father Gerald and Brother David Shepherd when Hawkins submitted on David Shepherd at CC 254, sending the father and son tandem to their third and fourth straight losses respectively. Father Gerald is 1-3 while Brother David is 0-4. Cross bounced back following a singles loss to former World Heavyweight Champion Fenris at CC 252 in a World Heavyweight Championship qualifier for December 2 Dismember, also Cross' most recent singles match and on Climax Control, while Hawkins snapped a two-match slide following back-to-back losses at Climax Control CC 251 and CC 252 respectively, first in mixed tag with Alice Knight against Warren and Kate Steele and then in singles to Austin James Mercer in a World Heavyweight Championship qualifier for December 2 Dismember.

This was Cross' tenth match of 2019, sixth and final match on Climax Control on the year and the second in consecutive weeks, and his third and final singles match. Warren competed in his 13th match on the year, 11th and final match on Climax Control and his eighth singles match and second in a row following CC 253.

With his second straight win, Cross improves to 7-3 in 2019, 7-4 in SCW, 5-2 on Climax Control and 3-1 in singles. Warren falls to his second loss in a row and fourth straight loss in singles after losses to Tony Thorn (CC 247), Griffin Hawkins (CC 250) and Senor Vinnie (CC 253). Warren's last singles win was over Kedron Williams in his first defense of the Roulette Championship at CC 246 on 8 September. He's now 6-7 in 2019, 6-8 in SCW, 4-8 on Climax Control and 3-6 in singles.

UP NEXT: Cross and Warren are in title matches at December 2 Dismember IV on 15 December in their respective debuts at this supercard. Cross battles Griffin Hawkins for the Roulette Championship while Warren teams with his wife Kate Steele (now known as Diamond Steele) to challenge London Underground for the World Mixed Tag Team Championship.

This will be Cross' first career PPV singles match and third opportunity at the Roulette Championship following High Stakes VIII last year and Summer XXXtreme VII earlier this year. Cross is 2-1 in PPV matches in 2019, having pulled double duty at High Stakes IX winning the SCU Double Down Championship on the Preshow and a fatal four-way on the main card.

Warren is 2-0 in SCW PPV matches this year and also will be in his first PPV singles match. He won a fatal four-way at Into the Void VIII and the Ultimate X Over the Pool match for his first SCW championship, the Roulette Championship, at Summer XXXtreme VII this year.

"BULLDOG" BARNHART vs ALEX JONES

This was the first meeting between Barnhart and Jones, who were both coming off setbacks in their recent matches at CC 253. Barnhart lost to Caleb Storms by pinfall in a return match from CC 247 back on 15 September, won by Barnhart by pinfall in a Roulette Rules Rock and Street Fight while Jones is coming off a submission loss to Lachlan Kane.

Following last night's defeat, Jones has now lost five straight - all in singles - and four in a row on Climax Control since CC 248. Including the losses to Barnhart and Kane, The Black Dragon's string of losses also includes a singles defeat to Fenris at Summer XXXtreme VII and unsuccessful back-to-back challenges against Senor Vinnie for the World Heavyweight Championship in the main events of CC 248 and CC 251. Jones' last win on Climax Control and in singles were against Travis Levitt and Vinnie at CC 239 and CC 244 on 9 June and 4 August respectively.

Following a 6-1 start in his first seven matches, including going 5-0 on Climax Control, Jones has now lost six of eight and five of seven on Climax Control. Jones ends his first year in SCW at 8-8, 7-5 on Climax Control and 3-5 in singles.

All of Barnhart's matches have been in singles. This was both his tenth match on SCW and his tenth overall and consecutive singles match since his SCW debut at CC 244 and his eighth match on Climax Control.

Barnhart moves on to 4-6 both in SCW and in singles and 3-5 on Climax Control. Jones drops to 8-8 in SCW, 7-5 on Climax Control and 3-5 in singles, including 3-4 on Climax Control.

UP NEXT: Jones competed in his final match of 2019 and prepares for next year.

Barnhart will have his final match of this year in two weeks at December 2 Dismember IV against Jake Raab in a return match from CC 246 on 8 September, won by Raab by pinfall. This will be The Bulldog's third career and consecutive PPV following Summer XXXtreme VII and High Stakes IX. He's 1-1, having won the first against Joshua Acquin in a Roulette Championship number one contender's match but lost the second in an unsuccessful challenge against Griffin Hawkins for title in a Roulette Rules Steel Cage match.

NON-TITLE: MERCEDES VARGAS vs BOMBSHELL ROULETTE CHAMPION SAMANTHA MARLOWE

Marlowe improves to 4-1 all-time on the final Climax Control of a given year, winning her past two matches. She won in singles in 2015 and tag in 2017 and 2018. She lost in a triple threat where she was not pinned in 2016. After competing in tag matches the past two years, this was Marlowe's first Climax Control singles match to end the year since defeating Bliss Fischer in 2015. Vargas falls to 2-4 on the final Climax Control of a given year. She won a fatal four-way at CC 70 in 2013, but would lose her next four, including twice in tag at CC 102 (six-woman tag) and CC 167 in 2014 and 2016 respectively, a singles match at CC 132 in 2015 and a battle royal at CC 200 in 2017 (a World Bombshell Championship number one contender's match) before winning a triple threat last year at CC 224. Sunday was her second-ever Climax Control singles match to end the year, now falling to 0-2. She lost to Celeste North in 2015.

Vargas falls to 4-8 overall in the month of December since 2013. She split two matches in 2018, losing a singles match at CC 222, but winning a triple threat two weeks later at CC 224. She split her first two matches in 2013 (unsuccessfully challenging Amy Santino in a rematch for the Bombshell Roulette Championship at December 2 Dismember II and winning an elimination fatal four-way Bombshell Roulette Championship number one contender's match at CC 70; lost in 2014 (a six woman tag match at CC 102); won in 2015 (became the inaugural Queen for a Day after winning a five-woman battle royal at December 2 Dismember III); lost three matches in consecutive weeks in 2016 (in back-to-back singles matches at CC 166 and CC 167 in a failed cash-in for the Bombshell Roulette Championship followed by a tag match at CC 168); split two matches in 2017 (winning in singles at CC 199, then losing a five-woman World Bombshell Championship number one contender's battle royal at CC 200 the following week.

Marlowe won her fourth December match in a row, now 6-2 in the month since 2015. She was 2-0 in 2015 (singles wins at December 2 Dismember III and CC 134); 0-1 in 2016 (a triple threat loss at CC 167 where she was not pinned); 1-1 in 2017 (two tag matches at CC 199 and 200, dropping the first match but winning the second; and 2-0 in 2018 (tag team wins at CC 223 and CC 225).

Marlowe will be 98 days into her fourth reign as Bombshell Roulette Champion this weekend. She's held the championship for a combined 574 days overall through her four reigns, the longest of any champion in the title's history. Marlowe's 574 days is tied with Mikah (World Bombshell Championship, 3 reigns) for the longest of any SCW champion ever since surpassing J2H's 476 combined days with the World Heavyweight Championship for second. Marlowe will claim the record by midnight.

On 3 December during the off week before December 2 Dismember, Marlowe will reach 100 days with the Bombshell Roulette Championship for the fourth time, already extending the record for the most Bombshell Roulette Championship reigns eclipsing the century mark, the most times eclipsing the century mark with a singles championship, and the most times doing so with an SCW championship of any kind in history. By the supercard on 15 December, Marlowe's reign will extend to 112 days and 588 days combined.

This was the 17th meeting between Vargas and Marlowe since 2016 and their fifth meeting of 2019. They've previously met in a tag match at CC 239, at Into the Void VIII, Summer XXXtreme VII and at CC 244. Following Marlowe's win, the series is dead even at 2-2-1. Vargas won both earlier singles matches at Into the Void VIII and CC 244 while Marlowe won the Ultimate X Over the Pool match and at CC 255. The tag match at CC 239 ended in a double countout, with Christina Rose and Alicia Lukas as their respective partners.

Marlowe now leads the close series versus Vargas 7-6-4 in the four-year rivalry. She ends a three-match slide against Vargas in singles matches with her second singles win in eight matches, the first singles win in two years since CC 186 in 2017 when Marlowe retained the Bombshell Roulette Championship in a Roulette Rules Ladder match, and her first decisive pinfall win in the series. Marlowe had pinned Vargas before, but that was in the semifinals in the Blast From the Past Tournament in that same year. Vargas still leads 5-2-1 overall in singles with three pinfall victories, at CC 148 and CC 159 in 2016 and the aforementioned match at CC 197.

With Seleana Zdunich's loss to Andrea Hernandez, Marlowe breaks a tie with the former World Bombshell Championship to claim the second most wins by a female wrestler in 2019 now with 11, only behind Alicia Lukas, 13, and Sierra Williams with 12. Vargas is still stuck at eight wins and is now tied with Bobbie Dahl for the fourth-most wins following Dahl's main event win over Sierra Williams.

Vargas fell to 5-6 on Sunday nights following. She would have reached six wins on Climax Control for the first time in two years and the fifth time in seven years. Vargas reached six or more wins on Climax Control in each of her first five years from 2013-2017, extending an SCW record since surpassing Roxi Johnson's four straight years from 2013-2016. Vargas finished with 6, 10, 6, 6 and 8 wins respectively. The only time she's finished with fewer than six wins was in 2018 when she had a career-low of four.

Marlowe reaches six wins on Climax Control for the fourth straight year and with five or more wins in each of her first four years. She's finished with 5, 6, 11, and 7 wins.

Vargas and Marlowe are two of only three female wrestlers with 30+ career singles wins. With her 32nd career singles win, Marlowe broke a tie with Mikah to claim sole possession of second for most career singles wins by a female wrestler in SCW history, trailing only Vargas with 33. Vargas surpassed Mikah's then-record 31 wins on 4 August when she defeated Marlowe at CC 244 in a Roulette Rules Coffin match to retain the Bombshell Roulette Championship in her first defense during her fourth reign. With her next singles win and another Vargas singles loss, Marlowe can tie the record.

This was Vargas' 19th match of 2019, 13th and final match on Climax Control, 15th singles match on the year, fifth singles match in a row following CC 248, High Stakes IX, CC 252 and CC 253 and the seventh singles match in a row on Climax Control since CC 241 (and also including CC 244, CC 245, CC 248, CC 252 and CC 253). The last time Vargas competed in five straight singles matches was when she competed in 9 consecutive singles matches from June to December 2017. The last time she competed in seven singles matches in a row on Climax Control was also during that same stretch from July to December, going 5-4.

Following the loss to Marlowe last night, Vargas has now lost two straight following her most recent win on 10 November against Keira Fisher-Johnson at CC 252, four of six in singles matches and four of seven singles matches on Climax Control during this stretch.

After going 7-3-2 in her first 12 matches on the year, 4-2-2 in her first eight matches on Climax Control and 6-2-1 in her first nine singles matches, Vargas has lost six of seven since then, including four of five on Climax Control and five of her last six in singles. She's 8-9-2 in 2019, 5-6-2 on Climax Control and 7-7-1 in singles.

Marlowe competed in her 17th match of 2019, 11th and final match on Climax Control and 14th singles match on the year. She improves to 11-5-1 in 2019, 6-4-1 on Climax Control and 10-4 in singles. She began the year winning her first six matches in 2019 until Cat Riley handed Marlowe her first defeat, which continued a three-match winless streak (0-2-1) for Marlowe as a tag match with Christina Rose against Alicia Lukas and Vargas ended in a double countout followed by Vargas ending her record 231-day Bombshell Roulette Championship third reign in her seventh defense at the aforementioned Into the Void VIII title loss as Vargas became the first-ever four-time Bombshell Roulette Champion in the title's eight-year history. After a singles win over Bobbie Dahl to become number one contender at CC 242, Marlowe suffered her second lost to Vargas and overall third loss of the year in the aforementioned title rematch at CC 244.

In 19 matches this year, Vargas has now been pinned or submitted seven times, all in singles defeats, including to Dani Weston, Lowri Moss, Bobbie Dahl, Andrea Hernandez, Melody Grace and Seleana Zdunich at CC 229, CC 234 CC 245, CC 248, High Stakes IX and CC 253 respectively. 14 of those 19 matches ended in decision, going 5-7-2 in that stretch. She's 29-34 in decisive singles matches. In 142 matches in her seven-year career, Vargas has been pinned or submitted 47 times by 29 different women. Only twice has that total reached double digits, with 13 in 2016 followed by 10 in 2015. Her third most is 9 in 2017. She was pinned only 4 times in 2014 and 2018. She was not pinned at all in her first year in June 2013, a span of 14 matches (6 singles, 3 being Roulette Rules matches; 3 tag matches and 5 multi-person matches - two four-way matches, 1 six-pack challenge and two triple threat matches). Melody Grace, Mikah, Christina Rose, Jessie Salco, Celeste North and Polly Playtime are the only women Vargas has lost to more than once, with Grace having 6 wins, Mikah with five, Rose with four, Salco with three wins, and both Polly Playtime and Celeste North with two wins each.

For Marlowe, 11 of her 17 matches this year ended by decision (those that ended by pinfall or submission) where she lost only twice - singles defeats to Cat Riley by submission at CC 237 and Alicia Lukas by pinfall at CC 247. She's now 9-2 in these matches and 36-14 overall in 50 decisive singles matches. In 82 career matches over her four-year career, Marlowe has been pinned or submitted only 18 times by 15 different women (taking account singles, tag team where she took the fall, and multi-women matches by elimination or one pinfall). Her highest total was 6 in 2016, second-most was 5 in 2017 and third-most was four in 2015. She was pinned only once in 2018. Of those 15 women, Vargas and Christina Rose are the only opponents Marlowe has lost to more than once, with Rose having two wins (CC 150 in mid-June 2016, Summer XXXtreme IV Chamber of Fate match in late July 2016) and Vargas on three occasions (CC 148 and CC 159 in mid-May and mid-September 2016, and CC 197 in late November 2017).

Ahead of this match, both women were coming off losses in their recent matches at CC 253 in qualifying matches for the World Bombshell Championship match at December 2 Dismember IV. Vargas lost to Seleana Zdunich by pinfall while Marlowe lost in a triple threat as Sierra Williams pinned Bella Madison.

Vargas finished 2019 tied with Jessie Salco (13) for the third-most matches wrestled on Climax Control in 2019 with Marlowe (11) two matches back in fourth place. Amy Santino has the most matches this year with 16, ahead by two over Seleana Zdunich and Sierra Williams, who are tied for second with 14. Alicia Lukas and Bobbie Dahl (tied for fifth with 10) round out the list of female wrestlers with at least 10 or more matches.

Marlowe competed in her 50th career singles match, becoming just the fourth female wrestler to do so (following Vargas, Jessie Salco and Amy Santino). Vargas leads all female wrestlers in this category in her 74th career singles match. Jessie Salco is a distant second with 64 and Amy Santino rounds out the top three with 61. They are also the only female wrestlers and the only wrestlers in SCW history male or female with 60-plus career singles matches.

Vargas falls to 8-9-2 in 2019, 62-77-3 in SCW. 45-54-3 on Climax Control and 33-39-2 in singles, including 25-32-2 on Climax Control. Marlowe improves to 11-5-1 in 2019, 48-31-3 in SCW, 35-21-3 on Climax Control, and 32-16-2 in singles, including 22-11-2 on Climax Control.

With her next singles loss, Vargas will join Jessie Salco (43) as the only female wrestler to reach 40 career singles losses. Salco lost her 40th career singles match at CC 240 against Bobbie Dahl.

UP NEXT: Both Vargas and Marlowe will have matches at December 2 Dismember IV. Vargas takes on Jessie Salco while Marlowe defends the Bombshell Roulette Championship against Candy in her second defense of the title. This will be the second consecutive appearance for Marlowe following the 2015 event and the third for Vargas following the 2013 and 2015 events. Vargas is 1-1 at the event, unsuccessfully challenging Amy Santino for the Bombshell Roulette Championship in 2013, but winning a five-woman battle royal to become the inaugural Queen for a Day in 2015, while Marlowe won her debut, defeating Veronica Taylor.

Vargas will set, tie or extend several records at the supercard including wrestling in her 75th career singles match (most in SCW history and the most by a female wrestler); wrestling in 20+ matches for the fifth time (2014-2017, 2019) and tying her with Amy Santino and Jessie Salco for most times reaching 20+ matches by a female wrestler in history; wrestling at every SCW PPV in a full calendar year for the sixth straight year since 2014 and tying Despayre's SCW record (2011-2016); and extending her SCW PPV appearance streak to 41 straight events, the longest active streak both in the women's division and in SCW since surpassing Roxi Johnson's 25 straight events (2013-2016) at Into the Void IV in May 2017 and Despayre's 36 straight (2011-2017) at London Brawling II in May 2019 and will have her tie Santino for the second-most overall PPV events in history, trailing only Salco (44).

ANDREA HERNANDEZ (w/World Bombshell Champion Alicia Lukas and Sierra Williams) vs SELEANA ZDUNICH (w/Christina Rose and Roxi Johnson)

This was the first-ever meeting between Hernandez and Zdunich.

Ahead of this match, both women were coming off victories at CC 253 with Zdunich and Williams defeating Mercedes Vargas and Keira Fisher-Johnson respectively to qualify for the six-pack challenge elimination match at December 2 Dismember IV in two weeks. For Zdunich, it was her second straight win overall, in singles, and on Climax Control after snapping a three-match slide after losses to Sierra Williams at CC 246, Keira Fisher-Johnson at CC 248 and the unsuccessful challenge to Alicia Lukas for the World Bombshell Championship at High Stakes IX and the first time she's won two matches in a row on Climax Control since reeling off five straight, winning her final two matches in 2018 and her first three in 2019.

All of Hernandez's matches so far have been in singles. Sunday marked both her seventh overall match and seventh singles match in a row since her debut at CC 246 on 8 September, and her sixth match on Climax Control. With her second straight win, Hernandez improves to 6-1 in SCW and in singles, with her only defeat coming to World Bombshell Champion Alicia Lukas in a non-title at CC 251 on 3 November. Prior to her loss to Lukas, Hernandez had won her first four matches following victories over Twisted Sister (CC 246), Mercedes Vargas (CC 248), Bobbie Dahl (CC 249) and Bella Madison (High Stakes IX in the SCW PPV debuts for both). She's now 5-1 on Climax Control.

This was Zdunich's 20th match of 2019, 14th and final match on Climax Control, 15th and final singles match on the year and both her eighth singles match in a row and sixth singles match in a row on Climax Control since CC 244 (also including Summer XXXtreme VII, CC 246, CC 248, High Stakes IX, CC 252 and CC 253). The last time Zdunich wrestled seven straight singles matches was back in 2018 when she wrestled seven singles matches in a row on Climax Control from early June to late-September, going 2-5.

In her current run, The Cat has now split eight singles matches and six matches on Climax Control. She's now 10-9-1 in 2019, 7-6-1 on Climax Control and 8-6-1 in singles. Zdunich has gone 4-6 in ten singles matches after going unbeaten in her first five singles matches this year, 4-0-1.

26 of Zdunich's 37 career matches were decisive where either she took the fall or pinned someone. She's fallen to 15-11. In 20 matches this year, 15 were decisive where she was just pinned or submitted six times, matching her 2018 total. Zdunich is 9-6 in decisive matches in 2019.

Alicia Lukas (CC 237 and High Stakes IX), Cat Riley (CC 249), Sierra Williams (CC 246) and Keira Fisher (CC 248) are the only women to have a decisive victory over Zdunich this year. Mercedes Vargas, Jessie Salco, Apple Coren, Brittany Williams, and Danielle Weston had decisive wins last year.

Zdunich is 10-9-1 in 2019, 16-20-1 in SCW and 13-13-1 in singles.

UP NEXT: Hernandez and Zdunich compete in both their final matches of the year and on PPV at December 2 Dismember IV in two weeks in the six-pack elimination match for the World Bombshell Championship, which also includes champion Alicia Lukas, SCW Hall of Famers and former World Bombshell Champions Roxi Johnson and Christina Rose, and former World Mixed Tag Team Champion Sierra Williams.

LACHLAN KANE (w/Austin James Mercer and Caleb Storms) vs FENRIS (w/Ben Jordan and World Heavyweight Champion Senor Vinnie)

This was the first meeting between Kane and Fenris and the first of two involving the former SCW champions.

Kane and Fenris won World Heavyweight Championship qualifying matches for December 2 Dismember at Climax Control CC 252 as they will be two of the six competitors in the six-pack elimination match for the title, also including champion Senor Vinnie, Ben Jordan, Austin James Mercer and Caleb Storms respectively.

Fenris and Kane qualified for the supercard main event following singles wins over Mark Cross and Alex Jones at CC 252 and CC 253 respectively.

Fenris competed in his 16th match of 2019, 11th and final match on Climax Control and 11th and final singles match, and his eight singles match in a row since CC 238 against Malachi. For Kane, this was his 17th match of 2019, 11th and final match on Climax Control, eighth singles match and fourth in a row following High Stakes IX and CC 251 and CC 253.

Kane had a three-match win streak snapped, including a modest two-match win streak on Climax Control. With last night's loss, the former World Mixed Tag Team Champion is now 9-7-1 on the year, 6-4-1 on Climax Control and 5-3 in singles. He had won in each of his past four singles match on Climax Control, having also defeated Jack Asher, Blade Alexander, Brother David Shepherd and Alex Jones at CC 237, CC 239, CC 250 and CC 253 respectively.

Six of Fenris 27 career wins have come by submission. The White Wolf has now won nine straight and hasn't lost since 19 May (CC 236) and has won eight straight in singles competition since 2 June (CC 238). His nine-match winning streak includes a tag win at CC 236 with Ty West over Alex Jones and Austin James Mercer and singles wins over Malachi (CC 238), Travis Levitt (CC 240), Caleb Storms (Into the Void VIII), Teddy Warren (CC 243), Alex Jones (Summer XXXtreme VII) and the aforementioned Cross at CC 252.

Fenris' last SCW defeat happened at London Brawling II back in 5 May where he was unsuccessful in winning the World Heavyweight Championship in a fatal four-way when champion Austin James Mercer pinned Caleb Storms. The match also included Ty West. Fenris' last loss on Climax Control happened at CC 235 back on 28 April in a tag loss with Caleb Storms against Mercer and West while his last singles loss was to Mercer at CC 231 on 31 March, who ended both Fenris' 9-month title reign at 245 days and 11-month undefeated streak at 343 days.

Kane falls to 9-7-1 in 2019, 13-8-1 in SCW, 9-5-1 on Climax Control and 7-3 in singles, including 4-2 on Climax Control. Fenris moves on to 28-3-1 in SCW, 20-2-1 on Climax Control and 21-1 in singles matches, including 15-1 on Climax Control.

UP NEXT: Kane and Fenris compete in the six-pack elimination match for the World Heavyweight Championship at December 2 Dismember IV in two weeks on 15 December, which also includes champion Senor Vinnie, former Roulette and Tag Team Champion Ben Jordan, former World Heavyweight Champion Austin James Mercer and former Roulette and World Mixed Tag Team Champion Caleb Storms.

Kane is 3-3 in PPV matches in 2019 and 3-4 overall. This will be his fourth career multi-man match. The Scrapper has lost in all three of his previous matches at CC 225 last year (triple threat) and at CC 230 (triple threat) and Summer XXXtreme VII (Ultimate X Over the Pool match) this year.

This is Kane's first opportunity at the World Heavyweight Championship. He's 5-3 in career title matches (5-1 in World Mixed Tag Team Championship matches, 0-2 for the Roulette Championship).

This will be Fenris' second opportunity at the gold following London Brawling II back in 5 May in a fatal four-way when Austin James Mercer pinned Caleb Storms. The match also included Ty West. December 2 Dismember IV will be his third career multi-man match in 2019, of which both were fatal four-way matches for the World Heavyweight Championship. At Blaze of Glory VII back in March, he defeated Alex Jones, Travis Levitt and Jake Raab to retain the title in his ninth defense. At London Brawling II on 5 May, then champion Austin James Mercer defeated Fenris, Ty West and Caleb Storms.

Fenris is 4-1 in PPV matches in 2019, 8-1 in his career. He's won his last two
in singles wins over Caleb Storms in a Lion's Den match and Alex Jones respectively at Into the Void VIII and Summer XXXtreme VII.

STREETFIGHT: SIERRA WILLIAMS vs BOBBIE DAHL

This was the first-ever main event for both women and the third meeting overall between Williams and Dahl. Both previous meetings happened this year. Dahl has now won all three meetings with Williams, including at Into the Void VIII earlier this year on 30 June when Dahl ended Williams' singles undefeated streak handing the former World Mixed Tag Team Champion her first singles loss in five matches and then three months later at CC 247 in mid-September when Dahl win a Bombshell Roulette Championship number one contender's match in a Roulette Rules ladder match, also including Kate Steele.

Dahl has now also ended Williams' singles undefeated streak on Climax Control. Williams had entered Sunday undefeated in seven matches since January, including wins over Evie Jordan (CC 226), Trinity Jones (CC 234), Jessie Salco twice (at CC 238 and CC 254), Amanda Cortez (CC 240), Apple Coren (CC 241) and Seleana Zdunich (CC 247) all this year.

This was Dahl's 14th match of 2019, 10th and final match on Climax Control, 13th singles match and both her fifth singles match in a row and fourth straight singles match on Climax Control since CC 249 on 29 September. The last time Dahl had five straight singles matches was during her first six matches since her in-ring return, going 5-1 in that stretch, including winning her first four matches before it was ended by Samantha Marlowe at CC 244. Dahl is 8-5 this year, 7-3 on Climax Control, and 7-4 in singles. She's now won two straight after three straight losses. The three-match slide was the longest of Dahl's career. She had only lost two matches in a row just twice, both times during her first tenure in SCW in 2017. She lost her first two matches of her career to Amy Santino and Cadence Carter respectively at CC 181 and CC 182, then to Trinity Jones and Mercedes Vargas at CC 185 and CC 187 in her final two matches of that first run.

Following a 4-0 start to the year, including winning four of her first five matches on Climax Control, Dahl has now split ten singles matches and is 3-1 on Climax Control.

This was Williams' 19th match of 2019, 14th and final match on Climax Control and third week with a match on Climax Control after CC 253 and CC 254, and her 10th and final singles match on the year. The last time Williams wrestled on three successive weeks on Climax Control during a cycle was during CC 243 - CC 245 during the World Mixed Tag Team Championship Tournament with Lachlan Kane.

Williams falls to 12-6-1 in 2019, 14-7-1 in SCW, 11-4-1 on Climax Control and 7-3 in singles. Dahl is 8-5 in 2019, 9-9 in SCW, 7-7 on Climax Control and 7-8 in singles, including 6-7 on Climax Control.

UP NEXT: Dahl and Williams compete in their respective final matches of 2019 and on PPV in two weeks at December 2 Dismember IV, with Williams one of six competitors in the six-pack elimination match for the World Bombshell Championship and Dahl facing Keira Fisher-Johnson in a Lumberjill match.

This will be the December 2 Dismember debut for both women. Ahead of her fourth PPV match of the year, Dahl is 1-2 in her three previous PPV matches in 2019 and 2-2 overall having dropped her past two at Summer XXXtreme VII and High Stakes IX. She's 1-1 in PPV career singles matches, having defeated Sierra Williams at Into the Void VIII and unsuccessfully challenging Samantha Marlowe for the Bombshell Roulette Championship at High Stakes IX in a Roulette Rules Submission match.

Williams competes in her sixth PPV of 2019 and the fourth career multi-man match and third this year. All three of her previous matches were triple threats, losing the first two at CC 224 on 16 December 2018 against Mercedes Vargas and Ella Singleton (Vargas submitted Williams for the win and handed Williams her first loss in SCW and on Climax Control) and earlier this year in the aforementioned triple threat ladder match at CC 247.
Williams defeated Bella Madison and Bombshell Roulette Champion Samantha Marlowe at CC 253 to qualify for the World Bombshell Championship match at December 2 Dismember IV.




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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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