|By Kian Terani | September 20, 2012 | Comments|
Open Fight Night: Bully Ray vs. Austin Aries
Bully hits a big boot and knocks Aries off the apron and to the floor as we go to commercial.
We're back and Bully is still in control of the champ. Bully tells the ref to count him out. Bully brings Aries in the hard way over the top. Bully hits a splash for 2. Bully hits a slam for another 2. Bully drops a measured elbow for another near-fall. Bully continues to talk trash to Aries. Aries fights back to a knee but is quickly knocked back down. Bully drops another huge elbow but Aries kicks out again. Bully tells Hebner he sucks as a ref. Hebner loses his patience and starts to back-down Bully. Aries takes advantage from behind and hits a Tornado Punch. Aries goes up top and hits a missile dropkick for 2. Bully accidentally shoves Aries into Hebner and he goes down. Aries hits a dropkick to Bully's legs and applies the Last Chancery. Bully taps but of course there is no ref. Bully grabs his chain and clocks Aries with it as Hebner starts to move. Bully gets the 3.
Winner by pin: Bully Ray
Bully gets on top of Hebner and hugs him. Bully asks for the title and raises it over his head. He waits for Aries to get up to clock him but Jeff Hardy comes to the rescue and holds the belt up himself as Aries comes to.
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