|By Christian Miller | January 10, 2013 | Comments|
Yoshi Tatsu and Percy Watson vs. The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan)
Bray Wyatt comes out on the ramp and talks about how united his family is, and how strong and dangerous they are. Harper and Rowan then come out with a chair and set it at the top of the ramp, and Wyatt sits in it to watch the match.
Tatsu and Harper start things off, and Harper takes control with some clubbing forearms to the back. They go into the corner and Rowan comes in. He presses the attack on Tatsu.
Tatsu fights back and tags in Watson. He comes in flying and hits a standing dropkick. Watson tries to attack Harper, but Rowan chokes him on the ropes.
Harper comes in and they isolate Watson. Harper locks in a headlock. Watson tries to fight back, but Harper gets an elbow to the head.
Rowan comes in and lands a big body slam. Harper comes in and hits Watson with a shoulder to the gut in the corner. Watson fights back and tags in Tatsu, who hits Harper with a series of kicks, culminating in a Frog Kick.
Tatsu goes up to the top rope and attempts a spinning dropkick, but misses. Harper hits a big clothesline for the three count.
Winners: The Wyatt Family
After the match, Harper and Rowan go up to Wyatt, who is smiling. He then gets out of the chair and leads them to the back.
Paige vs. Emma
Paige charges Emma and grabs her by the hair. She backs Emma into the corner and tosses her across the ring. Paige delivers a couple boots to the chest.
Emma fights back and delivers a dropkick for a one count. Emma starts working on Paige's knee.
Emma backs Paige into the corner and wraps Paige's knee around the rope, bending it. Emma locks in a single leg Boston Crab and Paige boots her off. Paige lands a kick to the gut.
Paige hits the Paige Turner literally out of nowhere for the win.
After the match Paige is limping around the ring while she celebrates.
A vignette is then shown where Adrian Neville (the former Pac) talks about his NXT debut being next week.
Bo Dallas and Michael McGillicutty vs. Epico and Primo
Michael and Epico start things off. They tie up and shove off as the crowd chants, "We Want Rosa."
They tie up again and Michael locks in a side headlock. Epico heads to his partner, and Primo comes in quick. Michael locks in a side headlock on him as well. They go back and forth, and Michael locks in another side headlock.
Michael takes control and hits a flying clothesline. Michael locks in another side headlock, but Primo fights back and Epico comes in.
Epico is in control, but Michael fights back with a nice dropkick off a whip. Michael locks in yet another side headlock.
Back from commercial and Bo Dallas is in control of Epico, working on his neck.
Epico fights back and hits a big chop to the chest on Dallas. He whips Dallas off the ropes and goes for a drop kick, but Dallas sidesteps it. Dallas lands an Atomic Drop, and nails a couple big strikes but Primo attacks Dallas and comes in.
He presses the attack on Dallas, firmly in control.
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