|By Kian Terani | July 20, 2012 | Comments|
Back in the ring, Daniels slingshots in and drops an elbow for 2. Daniels hits a neckbreaker for 2. He drops a knee and bows to the crowd. RVD hits him with a kick from his back but Daniels won't let up. RVD gets up and they trade punches. RVD does a leg-scissors takedown into a pin but Daniels kicks out. RVD connects with a kick and rolls in the corner for a monkey-flip. RVD misses with the Frogsplash but lands on his feet. He also misses with the Rolling Thunder and Daniels puts his feet on the ropes for the pin.
Winner of 7 points by pin: Daniels
-Wheelock leaves commentary.
Aries comments on Roode's "fluke" comments. He says he looked up fluke and he saw a picture of Roode. He says if Roode wants to call him out, he's right here. He says his title trumps Roode's dress belt, his cape trumps Roode's robe. Aries finds Aces and Eights playing cards at his feet and says he trumps that too.
Brooke Hogan calls in and gives an update on her dad. She says he is bad shape and she doesn't want to talk about it. (Why did she call in then?)
-Recap of Joseph Park snapping last week
Park asks Garett backstage if he has thought about legal representation with him being a Bischoff and all. Garett asks who that guy was last week. Park says that was me.
Bully and Magnus face-off backstage as they are the only two left. Bully tells him to go to the ring.
BFG Series: Bully Ray vs. Magnus
Bully attacks Magnus from behind as he makes his entrance. Magnus fights back and takes it to Bully by the guardrail and drives him into the steel steps. The bell rings as they enter the ring. Magnus hits a clothesline and whips him in but Bully connects with a big boot. Bully goes to work in the corner. Bully drops a big elbow but Magnus kicks out. Bully continues to keep Magnus down; he bodyslams him but misses with the jumping headbutt.
They trade shots on their feet and Magnus hits a side suplex for 2. Bully hits a powerful clothesline. Magnus knocks him down and applies a Texas Cloverleaf but Bully reaches the ropes. Bully walks into a bodyslam for 2. Magnus goes up top and misses. Bully hits an RKO from out of nowhere and gets the pin.
Winner of 7 points by pin: Bully Ray
Bully favors his leg in the ring.
-BFG Leaderboard: Bully Ray is on the board with 7 points.
-Chavo Guerrero Vignette: Debuts Next Week
Bobby Roode comes out and stops on the stage. He says "one word, fluke." He calls Aries out.
Roode is in the ring with a mic. He says he isn't waiting any longer. He tells Aries to get his a** out here.
Bobby Roode vs. Austin Aries
Aries springs in the ring and is charged by Roode. They trade shots. Aries hits a gorgeous armdrag and tries to get the Last Chancery applied. Roode goes for a crossface but Aries fights it. Aries hits a shoulderblock from the apron and springs into the ring with a Senton Splash on Roode followed by a diving elbow for 2.
Aries dropkicks Roode out of the ring and flies off the apron with an axe-handle.
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