CharlotteAshley Elizabeth Fliehr
- Birthdate: 04/05/1986 (age 30)
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 144 Ib
She is signed to WWE, performing in their devel...
However, we shall persist and get to the second best show in wrestling.
Last week was a great show and this week's was amazing as well. Let's get started with the results shall we?
You can watch the whole show at watchwrestling.net.
Enzo Amore started off the evening and it was SAWFT! He and Colin Cassady came out for a match but before I get to that, Amore had the line of the night and it was only 30 seconds in. "BADA BOOM... REALEST GUYS IN THE ROOM!" Need I say more?
Brodus Clay and Tensai were the opponents of Amore and Cassady, needless to say, what a group of four wrestlers. Who would win in a dance contest?
Anyway, on to the match. Before it got under way, Amore and Cassady were going to walk out and not even start the match. However, Mason Ryan entered the arena and "helped" the match get started.
The match never actually began and Ryan hit his finisher to Amore. Then he danced with the Funkasauros and Tensai in the
ring to celebrate.
In the back after the "match", Dusty Rhodes is seen talking with Paige and Emma about their incredible NXT Divas title match last week. Summer Rae inserted herself into the conversation, complaining to Rhodes why she isn't the champion. Rae did say that she beat Paige before (which is true) and that Emma stole a victory from her.
Emma came right back and said her dancing sucks, which led to the announcement of a dance-battle between Emma and Summer Rae. I think the winner faces Paige? It wasn't very concrete in the promo backstage.
These two divas will be a vital part in the future of the Divas division. While Flair has the history, Banks' size reminds me of AJ Lee as she garners athletic notions and flexibility.
This match went back-and-forth literally for the first few minutes. Banks utilized moves that looked like the X-Division of TNA and Flair showed off her gymnastic background with a few suave pin attempts and roll-ups.
One submission move by Banks led to running knees in the corner to Flair. The opposite was attempted in the other side, but Flair flipped out of the way onto the apron. One clothesline applied and her front handspring face-smash to the floor got the three-count for the victory.
Breeze kept on going on about how gorgeous he looks and a mysterious man in dreadlocks kept video-bombing the shot. Can someone get a name on the guy because I couldn't see?
For all intensive purposes, this was the last match for the Wyatt's as they have been on the main roster for about a month now. This bout may have lasted 25 seconds as Harper immediately hit his big clothesline, followed by Rowan's frog-splash on the mat to pin English very handedly.
The Wyatt Family defeated Mickey Keegan and Aiden English by pinfall.
After the match, Wyatt got on the mic and started to preach. The link is a top the article and you can hear his mastery on the stick. In a nutshell, he and his brothers succeeded and "made it off the couch" and changed the landscape of this world.
It was a heartfelt goodbye for the Wyatt’s, but they'll be back, just follow the buzzards.
Backstage we saw Corey Graves lace up his boots for tonight's show with his newly acquired NXT Tag-Team championship belt at his side. Neville came to him and said he'll be in his corner for Graves' match against Scott Dawson. The two discussed the Wyatt Family and running from nobody. It was an uneventful backstage promo.
This match began very physical as Dawson controlled Graves in the corner. Everything the NXT tag champ tried to do in the early going, Dawson physically beat him down and showed off his power game. Out of nowhere (Randy Orton-style), he dropped Dawson to his knees and applied his Lucky-13 submission maneuver to make Dawson submit immediately.
Right after the match... SIERRA HOTEL INDIA ECHO LIMA DELTA... SHIELD.