PWG Battle of Los Angeles Results, 9-4: Quarterfinals, Semi-Finals, and the Triple Threat Elimination Final Match

If you don't know what BOLA is, it's like a real-life Kumite from Bloodsport at an American Legion Hall in front of a few hundred rabid, drunken fans, bringing together some of the best independent wrestlers in the world.

Highlights from 2015 are above.

ICYMI: The Results from Night One of the Tournament.

Also ICYMI: The Results from Night Two of the Tournament.

So without further ado, we present:

2016 PWG Battle of Los Angeles

Night Three, Sept. 4

2016 Battle of Los Angeles Quarterfinal Matches:

Trevor Lee def. Dalton Castle by pinfall with a small package.

Ricochet def. Johnny Mundo (John Morrison) by pinfall with a 630 Senton.

Marty Scurll def. Cody Rhodes by pinfall with a low blow and a rollup.

Mark Andrews (Mandrews) def. Chris Hero by pinfall with a rollup.

Mark Haskins def. Kyle O’Reilly by submission with a Sharpshooter.

Will Ospreay def. Zack Sabre, Jr. by pinfall, reversing a pinning predicament into one of his own.

Non-tournament tag match:

The Young Bucks def. Fénix & Pentagón, Jr. by pinfall with 16 consecutive Superkicks to retain the PWG World Tag Team Championship.

Yup. Sixteen. Because Seventeen would have been silly.

2016 Battle of Los Angeles Semifinal Matches:

Trevor Lee def. Mark Andrews by pinfall with a small package driver.

Marty Scurll def. Mark Haskins by submission with the Crossface Chickenwing.

Will Ospreay def. Ricochet by pinfall with an OsCutter.

Non-tournament match:

Cedric Alexander, Chuck Taylor, Jeff Cobb, Jushin Liger, & Tommy End
Brian Kendrick, Matt Riddle, Sami Callihan, Pete Dunne, & Tommaso Ciampa
by pinfall with a Jushin Liger brainbuster on Pete Dunne.

Also, this happened:

That's a "thumb-up-the-butt human centipede." Very rare.

2016 Battle of Los Angeles Triple Threat Elimination Final:

Marty Scurll vs. Trevor Lee vs. Will Ospreay

—Will Ospreay eliminated first via submission; a Crossface Chickenwing from Scurll assisted by kicks from Lee.

—Trevor Lee eliminated second by submission with a Crossface Chickenwing.

That means that your 2016 Battle of Los Angeles winner is


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