Week 29: Showdown A-Block Finals
This weekend OHPW will have a very singles-heavy episode. I don’t think we ever had one where every match (except for the main event) was a singles match. Kayu gets a chance to become the hero that forces the Jabroni Royale onto Dash. Flamander makes his return after 11 weeks of abscence and is looking to clip Lemuel’s wings. Fomore gets their requedted match against IGgy, somehow. Must have accidentally booked that. Having recently become the first two-time Bunny Champion :3 Mr. Shakedown face Kelsey has his first challenger. Can he top his former reign?
For our tournament action we’ll have the Block Finals of A-Block. Harmony has already mathematically won the block but this is about her getting a perfect score. For everyone else it’s about following as closely as possible. Well, for King Skelly it’s about getting points at all. Compare this to our B-Block action for next week, where we have a three-way tie going into the Block Finals.
And Finally, in our main event, we’ll have the Seven Deadly Pins Battle Royal in which reigning 7DP champ Nawt A Robutt has to defend the title against seven others.
Below is the full card.
#1 Jabroni Royale Deathmatch
Kayu Zakisaka © vs. Dash Rendar
#2 Singles Match
Hellranger Flamander vs. Lemuel Post
#3 Singles Match
Fomore vs. IGgy IGsen
#4 Bunny Championship :3
Kelsey Slaughter vs. Mr. Shakedown (c9)
#5 VACANT Open Challenge
Someone vs. VACANT
Grace Thoruson (4) vs. King Skeleton (0)
Harmony Gray (8) vs. HazMatt (4)
Boob Marley (4) vs. Hobo One Kevodki (4)
#9 Seven Deadly Pins
Palpatine vs. Pine Appel vs. Mina Park vs. Guzma vs. Josef Dub vs. Mimic vs. Great Maharaja vs. Nawt A Robutt ©
Here we have the current Tournament Standings going into the finals for each block:
Harmony already won this. The last round will still take place but for Harmony this is essentially about getting a perfect run. For everybody else it’s about getting second place, or at least not getting last place.
B-Block: Here we have a more exciting situation. Malfest Goat-Monster, Cocademon and Ryu enter the final round tied with 6 points each. Everyone else is out. Weeb could get a tie-breaker over Cocademon but it doesn’t matter because Ryu and MGM have tiebreakers over them. Right now the situation in terms of tie breakers among the ones still in the race is as follows: Cocademon > Ryu > MGM > Cocademon. The thing is, in the final round all of them could end up with 8 points. Since our tie-breakers make for a nice circle this would mean we have a true tie and we need another match to decide who advances to the finals.