|By Christian Miller | February 07, 2013 | Comments|
Kassius Ohno and Leo Kruger vs. Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey –NXT Tag Team Championship Tournament
Grey and Ohno start things off. They tie up and Ohno locks in a side headlock. Grey tries to take Ohno down, but he rolls to the ropes and the ref breaks it up.
Kruger comes in and they tie up. Kruger backs Grey into the corner, and tries to punch him but Grey moves out of the way.
They stare each other down, and tie up again. Kruger locks in a side headlock, but Grey reverses into one of his own followed by a hip toss. The headlock stays locked in.
Kruger fights back to his feet and whips Grey into the ropes. Grey rebounds and hits another hip toss followed by another side headlock.
Grey takes Kruger to his corner and Neville comes in. The two do a double elbow to Kruger for a one count.
Neville then keeps up the attack on Kruger's head/neck. He escapes and Ohno comes in. They fight for a second, and then Grey comes back in.
Grey immediately goes to work on Ohno's arm, and then Grey and Neville come in and out several times while they attack Ohno's arm.
Grey takes Ohno to the center of the ring with an arm lock. Ohno whips Grey to the ropes, and then charges him. Kruger comes back in, and clubs Grey's back with multiple forearms. Kruger then locks in a headlock as NXT goes to commercial.
Back from commercial and Ohno is in control of Grey. He has a headlock locked in his corner.
Kruger comes in and lands a forearm on Grey. He then hits a backbreaker for a two count. Kruger then locks in an abdominal stretch.
Ohno comes in and locks in an abdominal stretch of his own. Kruger comes back in, and locks in another abdominal stretch.
Ohno comes back in and locks in an abdominal stretch, but Grey fights out and crawls to his corner. Ohno stops him with a senton before Neville can come in.
Ohno then shoves Grey to his corner, and tries to charge him but Grey boots him and Kruger both.
Grey tries to get Neville in again, but Ohno pulls him back to the corner and Kruger comes in with several boots to the chest.
Kruger hits a back Suplex for a two count. Kruger then goes to work on Grey's head and neck. Grey reverses into an inside cradle for a two count, followed by a backslide for another two count.
Kruger charges Grey but misses and hits the turnbuckle. Ohno and Neville come in, and Neville cleans house.
He hits Ohno with an elbow, followed by a mule kick. He bounces off the ropes and runs into a boot by Ohno. Neville falls out of the ring and Ohno follows him. He then sends Neville back into the ring and yells at William Regal.
Ohno turns around to head into the ring, and Neville flies over the top rope and takes Ohno out. He rolls Ohno back into the ring and hits the corkscrew shooting star press for the win.
Winners: Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey
After the match, a recap of the Paige match last week where Summer Rae attacked Paige after the match is shown.
Summer Rae is then shown backstage and she says that she attacked Paige because she is sick of being an announcer and she is the prettiest Diva in the WWE. She is sick of how everyone likes Paige. She says, "Summer school is always in session."
Mike Dalton vs. Conor O'Brian
O'Brian attacks Dalton with a kick to the gut. He grabs his head and whips him into the ropes. Dalton tries to fight back with a few kicks, but O'Brian lands several punches.
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