OVW Chained Carnage 2021 Quick Results

This edition of Ohio Valley Wrestling action emanated live from on pay-per-view from Davis Arena in Louisville, Kentucky. This show was broadcasted via FITE TV, featuring commentary from Bryan Kennison and Steven Johnson.

For those who missed OVW Chained Carnage 2021 on June 26, 2021, here are your results:

  • Dark Match: Blanco Loco Gustavo defeated Brandon Espinosa Tom Coffey
  • Second Round Match in the OVW Kentucky Heavyweight Championship Tournament: Ronnie Roberts defeated Ryan Howe
  • Second Round Match in the OVW Kentucky Heavyweight Championship Tournament: Cash Flo (c.) defeated Dimes
  • Second Round Match in the OVW Kentucky Heavyweight Championship Tournament: Drew Hernandez defeated Brandon Tate (c.)
  • Tony Bizo defeated Luscious Lawrence
  • Second Round Match in the OVW Kentucky Heavyweight Championship Tournament: Tony Gunn defeated Kal Herro
  • Second Round Match in the OVW Kentucky Heavyweight Championship Tournament: Mahabali Shera defeated Shannon The Dude
  • OVW Women’s Championship Match: Dani Mo defeated Haley J (c.) – TITLE CHANGE!
  • OVW National Heavyweight Championship Match: Elijah Burke defeated Jessie Godderz (c.) via Disqualification
  • Facade defeated AJ Daniels
  • Chained Carnage Match for the OVW Kentucky Heavyweight Championship: Omar Amir defeated Cash Flo (c.) – TITLE CHANGE!

What did you think of this event from OVW? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below! Check out the last results from the show.

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