|Jeri-MAX Black Hole|
|Date||2010 - 2014|
The first Black Hole "CPV" was held in 2008 when the WARP and VORTEX Shows each had their own rosters. The Main Event of the WARP Roster focused on Pacman Jones and his inability to be physically touched while VORTEX's focused on Steve "Mongo" McMichael and his 4 Horsemen (Burb, Javori, and Brad Pitt) invading from the old bWoW e-Fed, looking for more gold and interfering in an angle between Vince Russo, John McCain, and John Cena.
Black Hole's spiritual successor is Jeri-MAX Recoil.
The first season of Jeri-MAX's Black Hole CPV was scheduled for January 5th, 2010. The official theme song was "Seasons" by Veer Union. 7 matches were announced for the event. Despite there being a World Championship match on the card, the actual main event wound up being The Cuban Penile Crisis, Jurt Angle & El Jefe, challenging D-Generation X for the Jeri-MAX Tag Team Championships.
|1||Sheamus def. Kevin 11||World Heavyweight Championship #1 Contender's Match: Loser must Retire from CAW.|
|2||Dylan Connell def. Grover Cleveland (c)||NEW Jeri-MAX European Champion|
|3||Kevin 7 def. Evan Redcourne (c)||White Man Open Challenge: NEW Jeri-MAX Hardcore Champion|
|4||Justin Gower def. DreCon the Giant (c)||NEW Jeri-MAX Television Champion|
|5||The Crippler def. Mongo McMichael||If The Crippler would have lost, Mongo would have revealed his true identity.|
|6||Dorf Liggleton (c) def. Sheamus||Jeri-MAX World Heavyweight Championship|
|Main||The Cuban Penile Crisis def. D-Generation X (c)||NEW Jeri-MAX Tag Team Champions|
Season 2: Emergency EventEditThe second season of Jeri-MAX's Black Hole CPV was scheduled for January 2011 until the emergence of Vertex. Due to their strike, Sakoda put JMAX on hiatus until May 2011, but promised one show to hold the fans over; Emergency Event, which took place on February 24th, 2011. There were 6 matches scheduled for the event. The main event featured Edge challenging David "A-List" Otunga for the World Heavyweight Championship in a Ladder Match.
The show was commentated by New Legacy Inc members Johnny & Slip.
|1||Linda McSeven def. Yuna (c)||NEW Jeri-MAX Women's Champion|
|2||Hulk Hogan & Brooke Hogan def. The Nasties (c)||NEW Jeri-MAX Tag Team Champions|
|3||Mongo McMichael def. Matthew Hardy, Lamarell McDaniel, & KAMA||Elimination Fatal 4 Way: NEW Jeri-MAX Hardcore Champion|
|4||Evan Redcourne def. Dylan Connell, Pacman Jones, & Danielle Bryan||Elimination Fatal 4 Way: NEW Jeri-MAX European Champion|
|5||Danny Jackpot def DreCon the Giant, Winter Bradleys, & Grover Cleveland||Elimination Fatal 4 Way: NEW Jeri-MAX Intercontinental Championship.|
|Main||David "A-List" Otunga (c) def. Edge||Ladder Match: Jeri-MAX World Heavyweight Championship|
Season 3EditThe third season of Jeri-MAX's Black Hole CPV was scheduled for August 30th, 2012. The official theme song was "King of My World" by Saliva. It featured the Jeri-MAX debut of Chris Jericho. There were 10 matches scheduled for the event, though 11 took place. The main event featured Pacman Jones defending the World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat Match against Lamarell McDaniel, and the winner of the Jeri-MAX King of Heavens Tournament, Matt Eichorn.
|1||Kevin Nash (c) def. Hunter Gower||No Holds Barred: Jeri-MAX Hardcore Championship|
|2||Batista & Johnny def. Bulk & Skull (c)||NEW Jeri-MAX Tag Team Champions|
|3||Yuna (c) def. Kim Sakoda||Jeri-MAX Women's Championship|
|4||Tensai & Elevensai def. Edge & Christian||Tag Team Ladder Match: #1 Contendership for Tag Team Titles|
|5||Alberto Del Rio (c) vs. Skippy Pearls ends in a No-Contest||Jeri-MAX Intercontinental Championship|
|6||David "A-List" Otunga def. Danny Jackpot||Singles Match|
|7||Steven Santos def. Dorf Liggleton (c)||NEW Jeri-MAX European Champion|
|8||Aladdin Hassan def. Biff Andreas||Money in the Jeri-Bank: No DQs or Count-Outs; if Biff doesn't compete, he will be fired; Aladdin Hassan cannot use Spitfire.|
|9||Chris Jericho def. Jurt Angle||Singles Match|
|10*||Randy Orton def. Lucas Gomez||*Impromptu Anti-WWE Crusade Open Challenge|
|Main||Lamarell McDaniel def. Pacman Jones (c) & Matt Eichorn||NEW Jeri-MAX World Heavyweight Champion|