|By Kian Terani | September 14, 2012 | Comments|
The opening video runs and we go straight into the Ascension's entrance which cuts in their Titantron footage a la DX, which makes their already impressive entrance more striking and epic. The Uso's make their full entrance as well.
Kenneth Cameron vs. Jey Uso
Cameron goes behind and slams Jey to start things off. They lock-up and Jey returns the favor. Jey sends him in but Cameron hits a shoulderblock off the ropes. Jey tosses Cameron over the top and hits a clothesline and a back body drop on Cameron's way back in. Cameron gets the advantage and puts the boots to Jey in the ring. Cameron applies a body-scissors to Jey as the crowd chants "Uso." Jey works his way up and gets free. Jey charges Cameron in the corner but he is hip tossed onto the actual turnbuckle. Cameron keeps the pressure on and makes a cover for 2. Cameron bounces off the ropes and leaps into the air for what would have been a vicious elbow but Jey rolls out of the way.
Jey lands a back kick to the gut and an uppercut. O'Brian grabs Jey's foot from the outside and gives Cameron the advantage. Jey kicks out of a pin and hits a Superkick for the win.
Winner by pin: Jey Uso
Jey immediately rolls out of the ring and is embraced by his brother. They celebrate in the crowd with the fans.
-Rick Victor approaches Dusty Rhodes in the back and wants a match against NXT Champion, Seth Rollins. Rhodes says nothing is handed and he has to earn it. Victor says he will prove himself.
Big E Langston vs. Chad Baxter
Langston immediately goes to work with clubbing blows to the back of his opponent. Langston tosses him in the corner like a rag doll and hits 3 consecutive backbreakers across his knee with ease. Langston comes off the ropes and literally runs over Baxter like a Mack truck. Langston pulls his straps down and drops Baxter with his Big End sit-down faceplant finisher for the squash win.
Winner by pin: Big E Langston
Langston stands over his prey and delivers the finisher again and counts himself to victory again but he goes to 5. He asks for a mic as the crowd chants, "One more time!" Big E says a 3 count is normal but he is not normal. He says his opponents will feel the pain and agony from not getting up from a 5 count. (That is an innovative and original angle befitting of this monster). Big E picks poor Baxter up again and hits the devastating finisher again and counts to 5 again.
-A fidgety Kassius Ohno talks backstage about being a dangerous man and Richie Steamboat finding that out the hard way. He says that next week we will have the first ever Kassius Ohno Sparring Session. He pulls the camera close and looks into it and says if we don't know how dangerous he is now, we will then. He pie-faces the camera and walks away as we go to break.
A Trent Barreta vignette runs: he returns next week.
Garrett Dylan vs. Damien Sandow
Sandow grabs a mic and does his normal shtick. He gives his opponent the opportunity to sit at ringside and listen to a lecture he has prepared for everyone. Dylan refuses and Sandow removes his robe and begins to unmercifully pound him about his head and upper torso. Sandow lands a jumping knee but Dylan kicks out. Dylan lands a nice shoulder tackle and a clothesline and hooks the near leg but Sandow kicks out. Sandow lands The Elbow of Disdain and hits his finisher for the win.
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