IWA's New Weekly Top Ten Powerplay
1. KJ Punk
KJ Punk makes the top of the list after the impressive win with Shaz over the tag champs and Mike Hawk in the 2 on 3 handicap match. Add in the fact he is the World Champ and its easy to see why he is on the top.
After a successful title defense despite nearly being screwed by a miscue in music during his match, Kyojin ranks as #2 proving why he is the Endurance Champion.
After picking up the pinfall in the main event with KJ Punk, Shaz comes in at #3 after having accepted the challenge from his rival, Mike Hawk, for a ladder match at Lost Cause for the IWA World Heavyweight Title Money In the Bank Briefcase. Will Shaz regret accepting? Or will winning big in two weeks propel him to the top of the list?
Despite controversy, Darius comes in at #4 after picking up a win over one of his opponents for Lost Cause, AJ Dixon. Will he and Dixon be able to co-exist next week as a tag team, or will there be disension?
5. Malcolm Adonis/Sagittarius Blue
Coming in tied for #5 are Malcolm Adonis and Sagittarius Blue. After picking up the wins against the nemesis’s, and showing the fans that even new partners can be in sync, these two showed why they are stars in IWA.
6. Ryan Wells
After having played mind games on Brock Edwards and Matt Ryder for the last few weeks, Ryan Wells comes in at #6 after shocking the IWA world by debuting on this weeks Chaos, and being named as the partner for Oscar Layman at Lost Cause..
7. Ivan Draymen/Victor Elric
After picking up a big win over Brock Edwards and Malcolm Cage, Ivan and Victor come in at #7. These two men won the Wild Card Tag Tournament and will now face Black Blooded and Damaged Goods at Lost Cause for the IWA World Tag Team Championships in a Steel Cage match. Can Victor and Ivan win the gold and propel themselves up the top ten list?
8. Damaged Goods
Despite losing to Shaz and KJ Punk, Damaged Goods proceeded to make an impact, taking out some of their opponents for Lost Cause, in the form of Black Blooded. Add in the fact they are the tag champs, and its no wonder why they come in at #8. Can they stave off their opponents next week and at the PPV to continue on the top ten list?
Despite not winning a match, Killa made an impact screwing his rival, Jackson Smith over in his match. Add in that Killa now has a match at Lost Cause for the Endurance MITB briefcase, and it’s falls count anywhere, and it’s easy to see why he comes in at #9.
10. Israel Pamich
Despite not winning the Endurance Championship, Israel proved he had what it takes to hang with the champ. Will this be the last we see of Pamich in the title scene? Will this be the only time we see Pamich in the top ten list?