|By Christian Miller | January 13, 2013 | Comments|
Samoa Joe vs. Mr. Anderson
The announcers say the Mr. Anderson is going to get run over like the Green Bay Packers offense.
The two wrestlers stare each other down in the center of the ring and talk trash. Joe is the first to strike, and gets Anderson in the corner and kicks Anderson in the face several times.
He then picks Anderson up and lands several strikes to the gut. He then whips Anderson into the other corner and bounces his head off the turnbuckle. He then hits Anderson with some knife edge chops.
Joe then takes Anderson to the center of the ring and presses the attack. He hits several nice jabs.
Anderson fights back, but runs into a big elbow by Joe. They head to the outside and Joe bounces Anderson's head off the apron.
Joe presses the attack outside the ring, but Anderson comes back and bounces Joe's head off the steps. He then rams Joe back first into the apron. They head back into the ring.
Anderson locks in a side headlock and Joe fights to his feet. He then fights back and hits Anderson with some jabs to the chest.
Anderson comes back and hits Joe with a couple shoulders to the knee. He takes Joe to the corner and hits a flying dropkick for a two count.
Anderson goes back to work on Joe's knee, but Joe kicks him outside the ring. Joe bounds off the ropes and hits Anderson with a suicide dive. They then go back into the ring and Joe hits some more jabs, and then an atomic drop followed by a big boot.
Joe then hits a senton for a two count. Anderson gets back up quick and goes right back to Joe's knee.
Joe fights back though, and puts Anderson up on the turnbuckle but Knox comes out with a hammer.
Anderson hits the Mic Check for the win.
Winner: Mr. Anderson
After the match, Kenny King is backstage and he says that Christian York has no shot against him because he is too good.
Kenny King vs. Christian York
The match starts off very quick paced. King takes control quick and presses the attack on York, nailing several big moves.
He poses confidently to the crowd. King locks in a side headlock, but York fights back and hits a Suplex.
York gets to his feet and hits clothesline on King. York goes for the pin and gets a two count.
King takes control and throws York to the apron, and then knees him in the gut. He goes for a Suplex, but York pulls him to the apron too.
King goes back in the ring and York hits a double stomp from the top rope for a two count.
York then plays to the crowd, but King fights back. King then presses the attack and knees York into the corner.
King then grabs York's hair and slams him to the mat. King locks in a submission on York, but York reverses into a quick pin for the win.
Winner: Christian York
After the match, King attacks York. Rob Van Dam then walks out to the ring.
Christian York vs. Rob Van Dam for the X Division Title
Rob Van Dam comes down and tries to get York up following King's attack, but York hits Van Dam in the face.
Van Dam fights back and locks in a surfboard submission. He presses the attack and tells York to stay down. He gets a two count.
Van Dam then locks in some head scissors, but York fights out. Van Dam presses the attack.
Van Dam hits quick pin for a two count. York fights back and hits a knee to the face from the top rope.
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