Bo DallasTaylor Michael Rotunda
- Birthdate: 05/25/1990 (age 26)
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 234 Ib
Taylor Rotunda debuted with WWE in 2008, he was...
By the way, Alex Riley will be on commentary and not Brad Maddox. A small part of me is sad.
Anyway, instead of doing a play-by-play, I'll be just reviewing the match and summarizing it's most important parts. This is something new and revised; so let me know your thoughts on the new format. I can always change back.
Of course, the link is at www.watchwrestling.net
This bout was incredible for the 10-minute match it was. Neville started out with momentum and as any match goes, the heel took over and it was Ambrose displaying his technical prowess over the NXT rookie.
In the match, not a lot of rest holds were used, which shows the greatness of each competitor. After Ambrose lost a two-count, the New Castle-native took control and landed a beautiful flying moonsault over the ropes and onto the ramp.
He got Ambrose in for the Red Arrow and, like perfection, connected with it, but to no avail. Overall, I will give this match a 4/5. It could've been longer, but due to time constraints, it still delivered.
Backstage, Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady are seen talking to Scott Dawson and Sylvester Lefort. Amore and Big Cass are bragging about their match with Mason Ryan a few weeks back, because Dawson has one with Ryan soon.
Ryan is S.A.W.F.T. SAWFT! Amore said he would miss his sister's wedding to see that match. You bet your bottom dollar.
I'm not quite sure how to analyze or even to PBP of this dance battle. Summer Rae was out in her normal ballroom dress and Emma donned a t-shirt and her ring gear. However, the fans popped big time for Emma.
As you can tell, this one is very obvious. Emma pulled out the advanced shopping cart move. That was awful. However, it got much better when Rae yelled at the camera and said to play her real music.
Following Rae's performance, Emma countered with her own music and dance. Needless to say, that won the dance battle.
A backstage vignette of Leo Kruger played. It was amazing. Go watch it now. Kruger is a Phenom on the mic.
Tyler Breeze vs. Danny Burch
Breeze takes way too many selfies. Can someone convince me that he will be a future champion?
I'm not sure if that match lasted more than a minute. However, Breeze hit three moves. The most impressive of all, that spinning heel kick.
* Tyler Breeze defeated Danny Burch.
Renee Young interviewed Bo Dallas backstage before the match and he was still his usual, creepy self. He bragged about his pin over Cesaro a few weeks ago. Dallas loves Zayn and pins the loss on him last week, but still feels he has a lot to learn.
He then went on to sing, "Don't Stop Bo-lieving." As soon as that happened, I tuned out.
The crowd was behind Kruger for the entirety of the match. There was one point in the match where Kruger went for a superplex. Dallas reversed it and hit a flying clothesline....