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2010 Battle of Los Angeles

The sixth annual BOLA was held on September 4 and 5, 2010, in Reseda, California. The tournament included 18 participants, up from previous two years.

First round Second round Semifinals Finals
Claudio Castagnoli Sub
Ricochet
Claudio Castagnoli Pin
Roderick Strong
Paul London Pin
Roderick Strong
Claudio Castagnoli Pin
Joey Ryan
Austin Aries Pin
Rocky Romero
Austin Aries Pin
Joey Ryan
Joey Ryan Pin
Chuck Taylor
Joey Ryan Pin
Chris Hero
Brandon Bonham Pin
Brian Cage
Brandon Bonham Pin
Brandon Gatson
Brandon Gatson Pin
Ryan Taylor
Brandon Gatson Sub
Chris Hero
El Generico Pin
Akira Tozawa
Akira Tozawa Pin
Chris Hero
Christopher Daniels Sub
Chris Hero
First round
Matt Jackson Double DQ
Nick Jackson
Non-tournament matches
Night One
  • The Cutler Brothers (Brandon Cutler and Dustin Cutler) defeated The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) via pinfall
Night Two
  • Brian Cage, Chuck Taylor and Ryan Taylor defeated Johnny Goodtime, Ricochet and Rocky Romero via pinfall
  • ┬íPeligro Abejas! (El Generico and Paul London) defeated The Cutler Brothers (Brandon Cutler and Dustin Cutler) via pinfall to retain the PWG World Tag Team Championship

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