June 9, 2018
Venue: Chesapeake Community Center, Chesapeake, Ohio
Infinite Pro Wrestling Presents: Crown Jewel
One-night tournament for the IPW Heavyweight Championship
---Round 1 Winners advances to the next round---
Match 1: Billy Masters defeated Hobo Harry
Match 2: Franco Varga defeated Joe Pace
Match 3: Chase Armstrong defeated Ace Prime
Match 4: Chase Owens defeated Travis Banks
---End of Round 1. All Winners go the the semi-final tag team match later on.----
Match 5: Non-tournament Tripe Threat Match Shaundra Armstrong defeated Kip Bailey and Steve Backlund
The winners of the tournament match will team up, where the winners of the match would face off for the IPW Championship.
Match 6: Franco Varga and Chase Owens defeated Chase Armstong and Billy Masters.
---Infinite Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship---
Match 7: Franco Varga defeated Chase Owens to become the first IPW Heavyweight Champion!
May 5, 2018
Infinite Pro Wrestling Presents: A DAMN! Good Time!
Venue: A Hopping Good Time, Camden, Delaware
Pre Show Match: Paragon Kris James defeated Billy Masters. Both making their debut.
Internet Championship Match
"Diamond" Victor Griff defeated Royal Money to become the new Internet Champion.
Drake Evans Vs. Billy Dixon Vs. Dexter Macintosh ended in a no contest when Dexter Macintosh performed Shattered Dreams to Billy Dixon.
Drolix defeated Louis G. Rich.
The Homeless Heroes defeated Real Money. After the match, Real Money beat down the Homeless Heroes.
Jake Hollister w/ Sonny Deeds defeated Kekoa when Sonny interfered.
#1 Contendership for the Infinite Pro Wrestling Delaware Championship.
Ty Awesome defeated Franco Varga (special referee IPW Delaware State Champion Travis Banks). Into the match Travis failed to count to three and left the match. After Franco berated the fans and obviously turning, Ron simmons came out. As he was about to deliver his famous line, Franco tried to hit him with a chair. Ron ducked and Franco's chairshot bounced off the top rope, hitting himself in the head. Ty hit the 450 spash and senior official Craig Pendergrass counted the three.