|By Marc Middleton | March 10, 2013 | Comments|
Robbie E vs. Robbie T
We go to the ring and out first comes Robbie E. Rob Terry is out next.
The bell rings and Robbie E calls for a time out. He pleads with Terry to make up. E hugs Terry but Terry isn't hugging back. Terry knocks Robbie across the ring and into the corner. They go at it and Robbie applies a headlock and celebrates it. Terry powers out and sends Robbie back to the mat. Robbie tries to take out Terry's knee but Terry just gutwrench slams him. Robbie manages to chop Terry down and get a 1 count. Robbie goes for a sleeper hold and brings Terry down to one knee. Terry fights back to his feet and rams Robbie back into the corner. Robbie gets his boots up but leaps out into Terry's arms. Terry goes for a big slam but Robbie slides out. Terry with two clotheslines and a big overhead powerslam.
Terry goes on and hits another big slam for the win.
Winner: Robbie T
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