WWE NXT Recap: Seth Rollins In Action, Trent Barreta Returns, Kassius Ohno's Sparring Session
|By Kian Terani | September 20, 2012 | Comments|
Winner by pin: Conor O'Brian
Jey crouches over his brother as the Ascension circle them like rabid wolves. They attack Jey and maul him to the mat. They hit their tandem sweep-kick move. The lights go down and their music hits as they get on all fours over their prey and back out of the ring.
-Backstage, Bo Dallas is interviewed. He is asked how hungry he is for the title. Before he can answer, Michael McGillicutty interrupts. He says nobody cares what Dallas thinks and nobody knows who he is. He tells Dallas to take a hike. McGillicutty turns to the camera and begins to spout-off about beating Tyson Kidd last week, when Dallas clocks him and they grapple on the ground. Several refs separate them.
-We go to the ring for an "NXT sparring session." Kassius Ohno is introduced. We see footage of Ohno's attack on Richie Steamboat from 2 weeks ago.
Sparring Session: Kassius Ohno vs. Oliver Grey
Ohno takes full control with strikes in the corner. Saxon asks Regal what the difference is between this and a normal match; Regal doesn't know. Grey fights back with some uppercuts but is quickly shut-down with a big boot to the grill. Ohno applies a modified reverse headlock and Grey quickly taps.
Winner by submission: Kassius Ohno
Ohno asks for a mic and says that was a lot easier than he had anticipated. He says, clearly Grey wasn't ready, so he wants to give him another shot. He tells the ref to check and see if Grey's alright, then he tells him to ring the bell. Ohno immediately hits his KO Punch and then applies the same submission hold as Grey taps. Richie Steamboat storms the ring as Ohno escapes as we go to break.
A maniacal vignette for Leo Kruger is shown. He says everything is about to change and he can't wait to meet his new friends as he has much to share with them.
We're back as Rick Victor makes his entrance, followed by Seth Rollins. We see a clip of Victor slapping Rollins last week.
Seth Rollins vs. Rick Victor
Jim Ross has joined commentary and wonders how winning the title has changed Rollins. The bell rings and Rollins goes right at Victor who cowers in the ropes. After an exchange, Victor ducks in the ropes again. Ross says Victor is a little weird but is highly skilled; Victor was trained in the Dungeon. Victor lands a kick to the gut and takes Rollins down into a headlock. Rollins works his way up but Victor won't release the hold. Rollins finally throws him off and goes for a kick but Victor ducks outside of the ring. Rollins goes to fly through the ropes but he is caught with a shot to the head by Victor. Back in the ring, Victor hits a nice suplex and covers him for 2. Victor starts biting himself as we go to break.
We're back and Victor is still in control in the ring with a chinlock. Rollins works his way out and ducks a couple of clotheslines but gets caught with a vicious knee to the face. Rollins barely kicks out. Victor stomps a mud-hole in him, in frustration. Victor begins biting his wrist again and charges into the corner but Rollins gets both knees up. They trade shots toe-to-toe then Rollins gets in his face and talks trash and gets slapped for it. Rollins hits a double-leg takedown and unloads punches. Victor bumps around for Rollins' thunderous fists. Rollins hits an Enzuigiri then goes to the corner with intensity in his eyes. Rollins charges into the opposite corner with an elbow then hits a dropkick. Rollins hits the Blackout for the win.
Winner by pin: Seth Rollins
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