Results from GCW “Highest in the Room”, which took place tonight, September 17th, 2021. The sold out event aired live on FITE TV from the Ukrainian Culture Center in Los Angeles, California.
“Highest in the Room” featured a match that made headlines before it even happened! Actor Run Funches made his wrestling debut at this event against Tony Deppen. Ron appeared on several talk and radio shows about this appearance. You can see him on James Corden at the link.
Check out our quick results below and highlights from Twitter.
GCW “Highest in the Room” Quick Results
- Scramble Match: ASF def Eli Everfly, Arez, Everett Connors, Gringo Loco and Jimmy Lloyd
- Alex Zayne def Jordan Oliver
- Atticus Cogar def Ninja Mack
- Six Man Tag Team Match: “Second Gear Crew” Mance Warner, AJ Gray & Matthew Justice def Starboy Charlie, Nick Wayne and Lucas Riley
- Chris Dickinson def Jacob Fatu by DQ
- Grudge Match: Tony Deppen def Ron Funches (w/ actor Paul Scheer)
- Main Event: Minoru Suzuki def Jonathan Gresham
Nick Gage brawled with Suzuki post match. They will wrestle at GCW’s October 23rd event.
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