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CMLL Review & Results (2/4/2019)

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Joe Dinan brings you all the excitement of CMLL in his latest Results & Review!

Arena Puebla

Tigre Rojo Jr, Millenium, and King Jaguar vs Siky Ozama, Police Man, and Fuerza Chicana

Ozama and Rojo start the match out tying up and trying to get each other down. Rojo strikes first with a snapmare take over. Millenium comes in next with Police Man and Police Man gets him down and puts some holds on him. They re-engage a few times and go back to the ground exchanging holds. King Jaguar is in next with Chicana and they move fast exchanging moves, bypassing any grappling. Rojo comes in to hold Chicana but Jaguar ends up hitting Rojo, this prompts a come back. Ozama hits a cross body on Rojo and Chicana. He then throws Millenium in the air and drop kicks him for the pin. At the same time Police Man gets Rojo in a victory roll. First Fall: Siky Ozama pins Millenium with a drop kick.

Jaguar gets kicked to the outside immediately to start this round. Police Man and Chicana team up on Rojo briefly. Ozama comes in and lays Millenium with a running elbow. Now Rojo is getting teamed on in the ring. Jaguar re-enters but meets the same fate of being teamed on. So naturally Millenium comes in next to try his hand. He gets taken out by Police Man before Rojo comes back. He hits a hurricanrana on Chicana to change the momentum. Jaguar catches Ozama and holds him up, and then Rojo hits a springboard single leg drop kick, followed by a springboard splash by Millenium for the fall. Second Fall: Millenium pins Ozama with a springboard splash.

Police Man and Jaguar exchange chops to begin the round. Jaguar hits a hurricanrana to the outside on Police Man then feigns a dive but almost falls over trying. Millenium is in next with Chicana and Millenium uses his quickness to his advantage. He hits a hurricanrana on Chicana to the outside the poses. Rojo and Ozama square off next doing acrobatic spots. Rojo lands a drop kick then makes Ozama run into the corner then he hurricanrana’s him. Police Man and Chicana jump him after that. They attack Millenium and Jaguar but they reverse their irish whip and put them in a double submission. Ozama comes back in and Slams Rojo on Jaguar. Police Man then pins Jaguar with a small package. Ozama hits a top rope x factor on Rojo for the win. Third Fall: Siky Ozama pins Tigre Rojo with a top rope x factor

Winners: Siky Ozama, Police Man, and Fuerza Chicana

(Tag Team Tournament) El Audaz vs Arkalis vs Black Panther vs Stigma vs El Malayo vs El Perverso vs Tiger vs Polvora

So we start with a battle royal where the final two’s respective tag teams will compete last. So one representative from the team will compete in this battle royal. El Audaz vs Arkalis vs Black Panther vs Stigma vs El Malayo vs El Perverso vs Tiger vs Polvora. Christ did some of these line ups get changed. So everybody is brawling in the corner, ideally trying to throw the other guy over the top. Audaz back drops Tiger to the apron then kicks him off for the elimination. Black Panther then throws Audaz out. Malayo then gets Panther in the corner and flips him out. Polvora then back drops Stigma out. Malayo gets back dropped on the ramp by Arkalis for the elimination. Arkalis then back drops Polvora out. Arkalis and Perverso win the battle royal.

Winners: El Perverso and Arkalis

(Tag Team Tournament Match 1) Diamante Azul and Tiger vs El Audaz and Hechicero

Audaz and Tiger start out with some grappling. They do some transitions on the ground. They trade chops to the chest and then Tiger catches him with a super kick. Hechicero comes in and hits a spinning back breaker on Tiger. Azul comes in and hits multiple arm drags then a running elbow smash. Hechicero launches Audaz into Azul for a hurricanrana. Audaz hits one on Tiger as well and places him in the ropes. Hechicero hits knees on him while he’s tied in the ropes followed by Audaz hitting a 619. Hechicero flips up Tiger and Audaz kicks him for a two count. They try to whip Azul but he resists then clotheslines both. He presses Audaz and drops him on his knee. Azul throws Tiger into Hechicero for a drop kick. Audaz grabs Tiger from behind and Hechicero goes for a drop kick but Tiger moves. Azul then gets Hechicero in a torture rack. Tiger then power bombs Audaz for the win. Tiger power bombs El Audaz for the win.

Winners: Diamante Azul and Tiger

(Match 2) Shocker and Black Panther vs Euforia and Stigma

There is posturing to start until Stigma and Shocker finally get into the ring. They strike each other a few times, but Stigma hits a hurricanrana followed by a middle rope dive. Panther and Euforia go back and forth for a bit. Shocker is back in the ring with Stigma but Panther and Shocker do a few moves on him. Euforia tries to make a come back but Panther hits a drop kick on him and pins him. Shocker hits a spine buster on Stigma for the win. Shocker pins Stigma with a spine buster.

Winners: Shocker and Black Panther

(Match 3) Kraneo and El Malayo vs Stuka Jr and Polvora

Stuka and Polvora beat on Kraneo in the sitting area. Back in the ring Stuka and Malayo go back and forth until Kraneo comes in and splashes Stuka. Polvora breaks up the pin with a drop kick. Kraneo eventually splashes him then Stuka again. It’s like all he can do. But both Kraneo and Malayo end up on the outside and Polvora and Stuka both hit dives. Stuka tries to lift Kraneo in the ring like an idiot. Malayo kicks him. Malayo pins him but moves and Polvora hits Stuka with an elbow drop, then Malayo holds them down and Kraneo hits a top rope splash for the win. Kraneo pins both with a top rope splash.

Winners: Kraneo and El Malayo

(Match 4) El Valiente and El Perverso vs Vangellys and Arkalis

Arkalis and Valiente do some grappling to start the match. Vangellys comes in with Perverso but Vangellys wants Valiente. Valiente takes his legs out with a drop kick. Valiente slaps Arkalis’ chest multiple times. Perverso comes in and Arkalis hits a hurricanrana on him. Valiente and Arkalis brawl in the crowd. Vangellys works over Perverso in the ring. Valiente re-enters and they take on Vangellys and team up on Arkalis. A come back gets made and Arkalis hits a dive on Valiente to the outside and Vangellys works over Perverso hitting a spear for a two count. Vangellys goes to the top and Perverso throws him off for a 3 count.  They work on Arkalis and Valiente goes for a moonsault but Arkalis gets the feet up for a two count. They sell for a bit and then Valiente slams him in the corner and Perverso hits a splash for the win. Perverso pins Arkalis with a splash.

Winners: El Valiente and El Perverso

(Match 5) Diamante Azul and Tiger vs Shocker and Black Panther

Match starts with all of them brawling in the ring. Panther hits an inverted 619 on Azul. He goes for a dive but gets super kicked by Tiger. Tiger and Shocker strikes each other on the outside. After that, Tiger and Azul hit a double slam on Shocker, then get him in a double submission for the win. Azul and Tiger submit Shocker with a double submission.

Winners: Diamante Azul and Tiger

(Match 6) Kraneo and El Malayo vs El Valiente and El Perverso

Well hey, they start out brawling as well in this match. They take out Kraneo, then Valiente throws the midget Mije on Malayo. Valiente then hits a back drop on Kraneo. Valiente misses a corner attack so Malayo hits a back breaker on Perverso. Kraneo then hits a leg drop on Perverso. Valiente breaks it up with a drop kick to the butt. Kraneo then hits him with a corner hip attack for the pin and Malayo submits Perverso with an arm stretch. Malayo submits Perverso with an arm stretch.

Winners: Kraneo and El Malayo

(Finals) Diamante Azul and Tiger vs Kraneo and El Malayo

Match starts with Kraneo and Malayo getting the jump on them. Malayo works on Diamante Azul’s mask. They continue to get the upper hand on the team of Azul and Tiger. Azul makes a come back hitting knees to the back while Malayo is tied up in the ropes. Tiger then hits a back stabber. Kraneo splashes Tiger to stop the count. Azul hits a back breaker on Kraneo. Azul then body slams Kraneo and pins him. Tiger gets Malayo in a pinning combination for the win. Tiger pins Malayo with a pinning combination.

Winners: Diamante Azul and Tiger

(Light Weight Championship) Niebla Roja (Champion) vs Luciferno

They engage and grapple for a bit. They spend some time exchanging holds and submissions, trying to get the best position. Luciferno catches Roja with a power bomb for the first fall. First Fall: Luciferno pins Roja with a power bomb.

They start brawling in the crowd to start the next round. Luciferno gets Roja back in the ring and continues to work him over. Luciferno chases him through the crowd.  Roja hits a drop kick in the ring to make a come back. He hits a sit out slam the gets Luciferno in a pining combination for the fall. Second Fall: Roja pins Luciferno with a pinning combination.

They start the round by posturing to the crowd. Roja hits a hurricanrana to the outside, then hits a dive through the middle rope. When they get back in the ring they trade counters to moves Luciferno dodges a drop kick and then clotheslines Roja in the ropes. Luciferno continues to work him over until Roja punches him off the apron. Roja then hits a dive over the top rope. Roja hits a crossbody and they roll a few times after to try and get the pin. Luciferno hits a superplex off the top for a two count. They go back to the top and Roja fights off a face buster and hits a hurricanrana. Luciferno hits a styles clash on Roja for a two count. Roja then gets Luciferno in a stretch submission for the win. Third Fall: Niebla Roja submits Luciferno with a stretch submission.

Winner: Niebla Roja

Arena Mexico Tuesday

Sonic and Bengala vs El Cholo and Apocalipsis

Bengala starts with Apocalipsis and they grapple for a bit until Bengala gets him to the outside. Sonic and Cholo come in and start grappling too. Sonic gets him to the outside then poses to the crowd. Cholo hits a fall away slam on Sonic then Apocalipsis hits a sloppy swanton for the pin. Apocalipsis then hits a senton on Bengala and Cholo submits him with a neck crank. First Fall: Cholo submits Bengala with a neck crank.

Cholo works over Sonic to start the round. Bengala gets in and helps provide a come back. Bengala the slams Apocalipsis and Sonic hits a lionsault for the pin. Bengala then gets Cholo in a neck stretch submission. Second Fall: Bengala submits Cholo with a neck stretch. 

Bengala and Apocalipsis start out the final round and Bengala uses his quickness to his advantage. Sonic comes in with Cholo and gets the same result. Apocalipsis rolls into a sunset flip from Bengala and hits a drop kick. They go to the top and Bengala hits a hurricanrana followed by a splash from Sonic. Cholo breaks up the pin and gets Sonic in a Boston crab that Bengala breaks up. Sonic then gets Apocalipsis in a hurricanrana pin and pins him. Cholo then throws him up for a power bomb and pins Sonic. Bengala then gets a head scissors into an arm stretch for the win. Third Fall: Bengala submits Cholo with an arm stretch. 

Winners: Sonic and Bengala

Sanely, Mystique, and La Guerrera vs Tiffany, La Seductora, and La Metalica

Metalica and Guerrera start off with some grappling. They do some pretty acrobatic spots as well. Mystique comes in with Tiffany next and they do some grappling exchanges and transitions. They start to trade moves until Mystique hits an arm drag then drop kick. Seductora and Sanely go at it and Sanely gets the better of her. It ends up with all the women in the ring. Tiffany and Metalica go to the outside. Mystique and Guerrera get pulled out and then Seductora gets Sanely in a full nelson stretch. First Fall: Seductora submits Sanely with a full nelson stretch.

Guerrera gets teamed on to start this round off. They move their attack to Sanely. Sanely dodges an attack and her team makes a come back by hitting drop kicks. Mystique and Seductora trade strikes but Seductora hits a side walk slam then a drop kick. Guerrera comes in and Seductora kicks her. Guerrera gets in with Metalica and botches a couple of spots. But Metalica drop kicks her out. Sanely comes in with Tiffany and Tiffany shakes her by her hair then kicks her to her corner. Sanely knocks Seductora off the apron, then hits a splash off the apron. Tiffany gets Guerrera in a boston crab and then Metalica pins Mystique with a power bomb. Second Fall: Metalica pins Mystique with a power bomb.

Winners: Tiffany, La Seductora, and La Metalica

(Match Relampago) Super Astro Jr vs El Coyote

They engage and quickly grapple. Coyote gets the better of the exchanges, hitting a few arm drags. Coyote hits a flying elbow then hits a dive through the middle rope. Coyote brings him back in and works him over, hitting a fisherman’s suplex for a two count. Astro finally hits a hurricanrana and then feigns a dive. He catches Coyote circles the ring for a dive through the middle rope. Astro drop kicks Coyote off the apron then hits a moonsault off the top to the outside. Back in the ring Coyote counters a move into a power bomb then hits a senton for a two count. Astro kicks Coyote in the corner for a two count. Back on the top rope Astro hits a top rope victory roll for a two count. Back on the top rope Coyote hits a double arm suplex on Astro and pins him. Coyote pins Super Astro Jr with a double arm suplex off the top.

Winner: El Coyote

Rey Cometa, Triton, and Fuego vs El Sagrado, Misterioso, and Kawato San

Fuego starts out against Misterioso and we haven’t seen Fuego in some time. I think he’s been a little upset with his position on the card. They start wrestling on the ground. They go for a few minutes until Triton and Kawato join the fray. Triton gets him down into a stretch hold but Kawato quickly transitions out of it. Sagrado and Cometa come in next and they ramp up the speed a bit. Sagrado catches him and slams him stopping Cometa’s momentum. Only briefly though as Cometa gets up and hits a hurricanrana, then hits another one off the apron. Kawato and Fuego fight on the outside as does Triton and Misterioso. In the ring Sagrado reverses a DDT attempt into a suplex for the fall. First Fall: Sagrado pins Cometa with a suplex.

This round begins with Triton getting teamed on then taken out. They then beat on Fuego. They go to set up a triple team move on Rey Cometa but Fuego and Triton sneak behind the other two for school boys and Cometa gets Misterioso with a victory roll. Second Fall: Rey Cometa pins Misterioso with a victory roll.

Kawato and Triton exchange strikes to start the round. Triton gets Kawato to the outside and then hits a pose. Fuego is in next with Misterioso and Fuego uses his quickness and agility to get the advantage. Cometa comes in with Sagrado and the tale is the same, he uses his quickness to his advantage until he hits a sunset flip that Sagrado stops with an elbow. Kawato comes in and hits a german suplex on Cometa but Fuego breaks up the pin. Fuego and Kawato exchange school boys for two counts. Misterioso comes in and drop kicks Fuego to the outside then hits a pose. Kawato hits a unique underhook slam on Triton for the pin. Fuego tricks Sagrado to the outside and then hits an over the top rope dive on him. In the ring Cometa hits a tornado splash on Misterioso but Misterioso shakes it off and catches in him a neck breaker for the win. Third Fall: Misterioso pins Cometa with a neck breaker

Winners: El Sagrado, Misterioso, and Kawato

Blue Panther, Titan, and Soberano vs Shocker, Rey Bucanero (Nitro), and Hechicero

They all stare each other down in the ring to start the match. Panther starts out with Nitro and they start to do some wrestling. I’ve pointed it out before but he’s 58 years old and he moves really well. Shocker comes in during their exchange which causes everyone else to come in and posture. Hechicero comes in with Titan and works him over with holds and strikes. They start to grapple and while Hechicero has him in a hold he unties the mask. Shocker comes in with Soberano and uses his size to his advantage. Hechicero attacks Titan on the apron and they stomp out Soberano. Titan and Soberano get back in the ring and work a pinning combination on Nitro and Hechicero respectively for the pin. First Fall: Soberano pins Hechicero with a pinning combination.

Hechicero starts with Blue Panther and he puts Panther on the top. But Panther hits a hurricanrana. He goes for a dive but Shocker intercepts. Afterwards Shocker holds Soberano for a double team attack but Soberano moves and Hechicero kicks Shocker. Soberano then hits a head scissors on Shocker then an arm drag on Hechicero. Titan gets in with Nitro and he takes him out but Hechicero comes in and they strike each other. Titan then gains momentum and takes everyone out. Hechicero works over Blue Panther, then Shocker takes out Titan and Soberano. Sobernao tries to go for a sunset flip power bomb on Hechicero when he comes back in but it gets reversed into a power bomb for the pin. Shocker then suplexes Titan and then hits an elbow drop from the top rope for the fall. Second Fall: Shocker pins Titan with an elbow drop.

Hechicero and Soberano brawl up the ramp to start the round. They team up on Blue Panther and he tries to fight back but it doesn’t work so well. They take on Titan after Panther gets taken out. Soberano and Titan kick Hechicero and Nitro to the outside and then they hit dives. Panther and Shocker square off and Panther gets him in a Ki lock for the win. Third Fall: Blue Panther beats Shocker with a Ki Lock. 

Winners: Blue Panther, Titan, and Soberano

Volador Jr, Niebla Roja, and Angel de Oro vs Sanson, Cuatrero, and Forastero

Roja locks up with Forastero and starts to grapple. After a few minutes of grappling Roja hits an arm drag to the ramp and chases Forastero up the ramp where Sanson jumps him from behind. Cuatrero attacks Volador and Angel de Oro in the mean time. They kick Volador to the outside and team up on a returning Roja. After they take him out again Sanson taunts Volador to come in and it leads to Cuatrero submitting Volador with the inverted bear hug. First Fall: Cuatrero submits Volador with an inverted bear hug.

They continue teaming on Volador to start the round. They take him out and move to working over Angel de Oro. Roja tries hard to fight back but enjoys up getting stomped out. Volador dodges a double team attack and hits a hurricanrana on Sanson to the outside. Oro and Roja then come in and Roja flips Oro, then Oro launches Roja into a double drop kick on Forastero and Cuatrero. Then Oro and Roja hit dives through the middle rope on them. In the ring, Volador hits a super kick then back stabber on Sanson for the fall. Second Fall: Volador pins Sanson with a back stabber.

Cuatrero postures with Oro to start. He acts like he’s going to engage then runs away. So Oro takes out Forastero quick, then uses his agility to take out Sanson and Cuatrero. Roja comes in next and he goes chest to chest with Forastero. Forastero tags out to Cuatrero. He takes out Cuatrero then uses his agility to make Forastero hit Sanson by accident. Volador comes in hot as well taking Cuatrero out with a super kick, and then hitting a hurricanrana on Sanson followed by an over the top rope dive. In the ring, Oro hits a victory roll into a jumping leg drop on Cuatrero. Then he moves him close to the ropes and Niebla Roja on the top with Forastero, slams him on Cuatrero for the win. Third Fall: Niebla Roja slams Forastero off the top rope onto Cuatrero for the win.

Winners: Volador Jr, Angel de Oro, and Niebla Roja

Arena Mexico Friday

Star Jr and Robin vs Espanto Jr and Akuma

Star Jr and Akuma start out fighting for position, trying to take the other down. Espanto comes in to work over Star Jr. Robin comes in to take on Espanto quickly after and they start grappling on the ground. They hung Robin in the tree of woe and Mije hit a drop kick on him. Akuma gets Star Jr in a swing and Espanto hit him with a drop kick. Akuma hit a power bomb on Robin and then Espanto hit an elbow drop for the fall. First Fall: Espanto pins Robin with an elbow drop.

Mije hit a splash on Star Jr to start the round and Espanto and Akuma worked him over. They hang Robin in the tree of woe for a triple drop kick but Mije’s timing was off. Star Jr fights back against the double team, hitting a tornado dive on Espanto. Robin then hit a hurricanrana on Espanto. Robin hit a springboard hurricanrana on Akuma then Star hit a springboard frog splash for the pin. Star runs off Robin’s back and hit a drop kick on Espanto for the pin. Second Fall: Star Jr pins Espanto with a shot gun drop kick in the corner.

Star fights against the double team using his agility to hit head scissors on both guys, and then he hits a pose. Robin comes in and he takes out Espanto and Akuma and then poses. But when they get back in the ring, Espanto catches Star Jr with a canadian destroyer for the pin. Akuma hits Robin with a pop up power bomb for the win. Third Fall: Akuma pins Robin with a pop up power bomb.

Winners: Espanto Jr and Akuma

Kaho Kobayashi, Princesa Sugehit, and Lluvia vs Dalys, Amapola, and Reyna Isis

The women stare each other down to start the match, but the two who start the match are Lluvia and Dalys. They do some grappling but it’s not very fast. Lluvia hits a head scissors on Dalys which brings Kobayashi in to work with Dalys. Kobayashi starts out quick but Dalys evens it out. Kobayashi hits a missile drop kick, then a shining wizard which brings Isis is. Isis hits a drop kick on her which brings Sugehit in. Sugehit gets some offense in and then pulls at Isis’ mask. Isis then pulls at Sugehit’s hair. Sugehit then does a hair drag which brings Amapola in. Isis and Dalys try to team on Sugehit but she dodges the attack. Sugehit, Lluvia, and Kaho then team on Dalys a bit. Lluvia hits a shotgun drop kick on Dalys then Kaho came from behind and did a unique school boy pinning combination. First Fall: Kaho Kobayashi pinned Dalys with a school boy.

Amapola and Lluvia go back and forth to start this round. Lluvia gets taken out and then Sugehit gets teamed on briefly. Afterwards Dalys power bombs Kaho for the pin and then Amapola hit a face buster on Sugehit for the fall. Second Fall: Amapola pins Sugehit with a face buster.

They team up on Sugehit to start this round off. They take out Lluvia then team up on Kaho. A come back gets made and Lluvia hits a dive on Dalys on the outside and then Sugehit got Amapola in an arm lock for the submission and Kaho pins Isis with a pinning combination. Third Fall: Kaho Kobayashi pins Reyna Isis with a pinning combination.

Winners: Kaho Kobayashi, Princesa Sugehit, and Lluvia

Atlantis, Niebla Roja, and Atlantis Jr vs Villano IV, Mephisto, El Hijo del Villano III

Mephisto starts with Roja and they do some brief grappling until Villano III’s son squares off with Atlantis Jr. The son’s of the two father’s who had a great rivalry. They roll around and trade some pinning combinations. After they engage there’s a brawl and Atlantis Sr gets teamed up on. Hijo Villano hits a guillotine leg drop on Atlantis Jr. They beat on Atlantis then Hijo Villano hits a splash on Atlantis for the pin. First Fall: Hijo Del Villano III pins Atlantis with a splash off the top.

The round starts with Mephisto working over Atlantis. A power bomb gets hit on Roja and he kicks out. Atlantis Jr makes a come back drop kicking Villano III to the outside, then he hits an over the top rope dive. Roja then gets Mephisto in a stretch submission for the fall. Second Fall: Niebla Roja submitted Mephisto with a stretch submission.

Hijo Villano starts the round with Atlantis Jr and they get the crowd into it. Atlantis Jr hits a head scissors on Hijo Villano and then hit back breakers on Villano and Mephisto then kicks Villano IV to the outside. Atlantis then gets in with Mephisto and they trade strikes and then Atlantis hits a monkey flip. Hijo Villano gets in with Roja and taunts him but Roja gets him out with a basement drop kick. Roja takes out Mephisto and then hits an over the top rope dive on him and then in the ring Atlantis gets Villano IV in an abdominal stretch and Atlantis Jr gets Hijo Villano in the torture rack for the win. Third Fall: Atlantis Jr submits Hijo del Villano III with the torture rack.

Winners: Atlantis, Niebla Roja, and Atlantis Jr

Mistico, Volador Jr, and Flyer vs Ultimo Guerrero, Templario, and Euforia

Flyer starts out with Euforia and they get to the ground fast and trade submissions. Mistico comes in next with Templario and they go back and forth briefly. Volador comes in to work on Ultimo but he gets taken out quick. Mistico gets drop kicked off the apron. Templario and Euforia hit a press slam off the top on Flyer but the ref DQs them. I guess for excessive beating? Ref got tired of them being in the ring illegally? I don’t know. First Fall: Flyer wins by DQ I guess excessive beating against ref warning. 

Euforia hits a back breaker to start the round. They then do the Los Guerrero’s triple team spot against the barricade except on the ramp. They do it in the ring to Volador. Then they do it in the traditional spot on Flyer. They stand on Volador’s back for some team up move then Mistico does a hurricanrana off the top. Flyer gets thrown and launched into the ring but his leg gets caught up in the ropes and he really hurts his leg. He’s sliding away from the ring. Volador and Mistico then hit dives to opposite corners. Volador hits a top rope hurricanrana on Euforia for the pin. Mistico hits a canadian destroyer on Templario for the fall. Second Fall: Mistico pins Templario with a canadian destroyer.

They have real paramedics out there putting Flyer on the stretcher and he’s not selling this, he’s crying and Volador is walking to the back with him during the break to check on him with the paramedics. I mean the match is over so they’re going to the back anyway but he didn’t posture in the ring like Mistico did.

Winners: Mistico, Volador Jr, and Flyer

(First Phase of the Champion of the Universe Tournament) Caristico vs El Terrible vs Dragon Lee vs Cavernario vs El Valiente vs Gran Guerrero vs Stuka Jr vs Forastero

Champion of the Universe is a very strong honor. Match starts out with brawling. Everyone trying to eliminate each other. Stuka is the first eliminated in the battle royal. Terrible and Gran Guerrero get dumped out next. Valiente follows with Dragon Lee. Cavernario dumps Forastero out. The last two are Caristico and Cavernario. Match order was set by elimination.

Stuka Jr vs El Terrible

Terrible starts the match being physical with Stuka but Stuka dodges an attack to bring Terrible to the outside and then hits a dive through the middle rope. He then hits an asai moonsault. Back in the ring Stuka uses acrobatics to get Terrible in a pinning combination for a two. Stuka goes for a moonsault but Terrible gets the legs up, then he hits a top rope splash for the win. Terrible wins with a top rope splash.

Winner: Terrible

Gran Guerrero vs El Valiente

Gran attacks Valiente during his entrance to get the jump on him. Or to save time. Valiente dodges an attack and Guerrero falls out of the ring and Valiente hits a run up moonsault to the outside. Back in the ring they do some acrobatics and then Valiente hits an arm drag to the outside and then he hits a dive through the middle rope. A diving head butt it looked like on replay. Back in the ring Guerrero goes to the top and Valiente hits an arm drag. Guerrero lifts him, but Valiente reverses it into a lung blower for a 2. Guerrero hits a choke slam on Valiente for a two count. He then hits a sit out death valley driver from the top for the win. Gran Guerrero pins Valiente with a sit out death valley driver from the top.

Winner: Gran Guerrero

Dragon Lee vs Forastero

The match starts out really quick with Forastero hitting a dive on Lee. Forastero brings him back in the ring and hits the corner drop kick for a two count. Forastero rolls to the outside and Lee hits a dive over the top. Back in the ring Lee rolls into a drop kick. Forastero gets up and hits a sit out power bomb. Lee hits a snap german suplex into a knee, into his flip up sit out slam for the win. Dragon Lee wins with a flip up sit out slam.

Winner: Dragon Lee

Caristico vs Cavernario

Match starts out quick with some fighting on the apron. Cavernario kicks Caristico off and then hits a run up dive on him. Back in the ring Caristico hits a hurricanrana then a dive through the middle rope. Back in the ring again and Cavernario hits the arm ducked suplex for a two count. He hits the slingshot splash for two as well. Caristico hits a head scissors take over, then runs at Cavernario and he dodges. Cavernario runs at Caristico but he gets his feet up. Caristico then gets him in the Fujiwara arm bar for the win. Caristico submits Cavernario with a Fujiwara arm bar.

Winner: Caristico

El Terrible vs Gran Guerrero

Guerrero trips Terrible on the apron and then kicks him off to start. Then he hits an over the top rope dive. Guerrero smashes the barricade on Terrible and throws him back in the ring. Guerrero hits a power slam for a two count. Terrible finally gets him in the corner and strikes him multiple times. Guerrero hits the sit out death valley driver off the top but Terrible kicked out. Terrible then gets him in a leg lock for the win. El Terrible beats Gran Guerrero with a leg lock.

Winner: El Terrible

Dragon Lee vs Caristico

Dragon Lee starts out stomping Caristico and pulling his mask, then Caristico reverses him and pulls at Lee mask. Caristico gets Lee out of the ring, then hits a dive through the middle rope which sends Lee into the crowd. He brings him back in the ring for a two count. Lee hits a hurricanrana to the outside from the apron. They get back in the ring and Lee goes to the top but Caristico runs up and hits a Spanish fly. When then get back up Lee hits his flip up sit out slam for the win. Dragon Lee pins Caristico with a flip up sit out slam.

Winner: Dragon Lee

Dragon Lee vs El Terrible

Terrible comes out immediately and starts to work over Lee while he’s selling. Lee goes for his hurricanrana on the apron but Terrible hits a power bomb on the apron. Terrible works over Lee on the outside. Lee moves out of the way of a corner attack and then shotgun drop kicks Terrible out the ring then hits a dive through the middle rope. They get back in the ring and exchange strikes. Lee hits a sit out power bomb for a two count. Terrible hits a styles clash for a two count. They go to the top and fight and Lee hits the double stomp for a two count. Terrible hits a double power bomb but Lee kicks out. Terrible goes to the top but Lee runs up and hits an arm drag for a close two count. Lee goes for a roll up but Terrible sits on it and holds the ropes for the three. Terrible steals his mask after the match. Terrible wins with a pinning combination.

Winner: El Terrible


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Mitchell’s ROH Results & Report! (2/9/19)

The NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship is defended on ROH!

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Ring of Honor Wrestling Television, Episode 386

ROH brings us the National Treasure and the Darewolf competing over THE NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship! Which man makes history in historic first?

 

OFFICIAL RESULTS

  • Six Man Tag: Villain Enterprises VS John Skyler, Corey Hollis & Josey Quinn; Villain Enterprises wins.
  • NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship: Nick Aldis w/ Kamille VS PJ Black; Aldis wins and retains the NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship.

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ROH opens with John Skyler, Corey Hollis & Josie Quinn in the ring.

The Southern Savior tells everyone from commentary to the fans to “Shut your mouths!” The spotlight belongs on Quinn, Hollis and Skyler! This is the roughest, toughest trio in ROH, and if anyone doubts them, then step up and get stepped on! Who answers the call? Villain Enterprises! Marty Scurll leads PCO and Brody King out to the ring, and we have our opening Six Man Tag match!

Six Man Tag: Villain Enterprises VS John Skyler, Corey Hollis & Josey Quinn!

If The Southern Savior, The Original and The Pale Horse want to prove they’re the roughest, toughest team to come to ROH, then they’ll need to pull out all the stops against Marty Scurll’s own stable. Will Scurll, PCO and Brody spoil this newest trio’s debut?

Before the match, Scurll says, “How cute! Look at you guys! I used to be like all three of you: young, full of hope, full of spirit, full of optimism.” Scurll can tell these three haven’t been jaded by this business. Scurll is sure all three of them will be big “superstars” in ROH, and make one hell of an impact. But unfortunately for them, it won’t be tonight. They’re going to feel the wrath of Villain Enterprises! Scurll, PCO and Brody flank the ring, and they strike!

PCO and Brody drag Quinn and Skyler out of the ring while Scurll brawls with Hollis! Scurll dumps Hollis out and PCO sends Skyler into a post. Brody suplexes Hollis for Scurll to SUPERKICK from the apron, and Brody finishes him off with a gourd buster! Villain Enterprises takes control of the ring as the streamers fly! This match will still happen after the break.

ROH returns and PCO starts against Quinn. Quinn goes at PCO with kicks and chops, but PCO doesn’t flinch! PCO even dares him to chop more! Quinn chops and chops, and then PCO CHOPS back! PCO CHOPS Quinn to a corner and then keeps going! The ref counts and PCO backs off, only to come back with rapid fire chops! Fans fire up for PCO as he scoops and sidewalk slams Quinn! Skyler and Hollis rush PCO to club away on him. They double whip but PCO breaks the line to double clothesline them! PCO choke tosses Skyler into a corner, then choke slams him on the rebound! PCO climbs up top and LEAPS at Quinn on the apron! But Skyler gets Quinn clear and PCO hits only apron! But PCO gets up like it was nothing!

Fans fire up with PCO, but Hollis DIVES out onto him! PCO catches Hollis to send him into the barriers! Fans chant for “P C O!” as he gets back in. Quinn throws big forearms then runs, but PCO runs him over! Tag to Scurll and Scurll chops Quinn back down. Scurll rocks Quinn with a European Uppercut then another CHOP! Scurll runs but Hollis swipes his feet. Quinn tags out to Skyler in the distraction. Quinn runs at Scurll but Scurll throws him out, only to turn around into Skyler’s slingshot spear! Cover, TWO! Skyler keeps on Scurll with a rain of right hands. Tag to Hollis and they mug Scurll in the corner. Hollis snapmares and drops a knee, then covers. TWO, and fans rally up for Scurll. Hollis feeds Scurll to Quinn’s boot then tags Quinn in.

Quinn and Hollis mug Scurll in the corner, then Quinn snapmares Scurll to a chinlock. Scurll endures the squeeze while fans rally up again. Scurll fights his way up and out. Quinn whips Scurll to the corner but runs into boots. Scurll fights out but gets a corner clothesline! Quinn whips but Scurll reverses to a tornado DDT! Both men are down but crawling for their corners. Hot tags to Skyler and Brody! Brody rallies on all there opponents! Fans fire up as Brody puts Skyler on the ropes, for a cannonball! Scurll tags back in but Skyler knees low. Skyler throws hands, then runs, but into Brody’s flapjack! Scurll adds a dropkick then Brody adds the senton! Fans fire up again as Scurll drags Skyler up. Scurll suplexes but Skyler slips out.

Hollis tags in before Brody clotheslines Skyler out. Hollis dodges Scurll to hit PCO. Scurll catches Hollis for a powerbomb! PCO climbs up while Scurll turns Hollis over, leg drop Boston Crab! PCO DIVES on Skyler and Quinn! Scurll catapults Hollis into Brody’s forearm! Back senton across Scurll’s knees! Brody lifts Hollis and hits the Gonzo Bomb! Hollis bounces up into the Chicken Wing! Hollis taps, Villain Enterprises wins!

Winners: Villain Enterprises, Marty Scurll by submission

But wait! Red balloons fly out from under the ring! But also some black balloons… The Kingdom laugh as they appear on stage. Were they looking for someone? It’s no secret that The Kingdom are the best trio on this planet. They’re the best trio in history! The Kingdom doesn’t fear anyone, especially not these “three goons.” They’d love to get in that ring and even put the titles on the line! But Matt Taven keeps TK O’Ryan calm as he says they’re fighting champions. They have no problems defending any place, any where, any time, especially against “Melvin Enterprises.” Just not this time. The Kingdom loves to troll everyone, but will Scurll and company be the ones having the last laugh?

 

The Kingdom speaks backstage.

Vinnie Marseglia laughs again, and says he “hates to spoil it for all the puppets in ROH, but PCO is human.” TK O’Ryan says Brody King is big and bad, but getting hit upside the head with a baseball bat, he’d be out cold just like anybody else. And Taven lets them all know that while Villain Enterprises is new around here, The Kingdom runs the show. #RespectTheCrown. The Kingdom are the champions and will defend them when they choose. “Because IIII’M Matt Taven, and this is MY Kingdom.”

 

Jay Lethal speaks.

“It is getting more and more difficult to keep track of everybody in line for this ROH World Championship.” Because all Lethal can see is a man running around pretending that his fake belt counts! Taven attacks Lethal from behind, disrespects the company and disrespects the REAL belt by spitting on it! Lethal is sick and tired of Taven! Taven has Lethal’s attention, where and when will this issue of two world title belts be put to rest?

 

The Gatekeeper has a brand new challenger.

Kelly Klein put it upon herself to be a fighting champion on a level like no other champion. She willingly defends her title in every singles match she has! Watch Kelly defend that title against a debuting but very promising Woman of Honor via Honor Club’s On Demand!

 

NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship: Nick Aldis w/ Kamille VS PJ Black!

For the first time ever, ROH TV plays host to the NWA’s top title! The National Treasure brings the Ten Pounds of Gold to the Ring of Honor as the first man to defend it here. The Darewolf, who narrowly avoided death in a base jumping accident, has climbed back and is the first man to challenge for this title in ROH. History is being made, but will it be for a successful defense or a successful defeat?

Introductions are made, the belt is raised, and this is the first time the title has been defended in Atlanta, Georgia since 1993! Fans say “Thank you, Nick!” This historic match finally begins, after the break!

ROH returns and the Code of Honor is skipped by PJ. The bell rings, and the two circle and tie up. Aldis wrenches but PJ cartwheels and wrenches. Aldis spins through and reverses the wristlock. PJ rolls and drop toeholds! Aldis reverses to a hammerlock but PJ gets the ropes. Aldis lets PJ go and the two circle again. They tie up and PJ gets a waistlock. PJ rolls Aldis, TWO, but PJ is on Aldis in a corner with a facelock. PJ honors the break but he gives Aldis a shove. Aldis decides to lounge on the top rope for a moment, so PJ shows off his capoeria while telling Aldis to “Suck It!” Fans echo “Suck It! Suck It!” as Aldis and PJ approach again. They tie up and Aldis gets a headlock. PJ powers out but Aldis runs him over.

Things speed up and Aldis avoids PJ’s Thesz Press. Aldis rebounds and blocks PJ’s hip toss, but PJ blocks Aldis’ hip toss to sweep the legs. PJ covers, ONE! Aldis gets the headlock takeover and makes it a cover, TWO and PJ gets the headscissors. PJ squeezes but Aldis moves around. Aldis headstands and pops out, but PJ gets back. PJ calls for a time-out, but there are no such things. Even so, Aldis lets PJ stand up, and they go again. PJ gets a headlock, and the takeover, but Aldis headscissors back. PJ headstands and pops out but Aldis ducks the boot to roll PJ! TWO, and PJ fakes Aldis out with a punch. PJ offers Aldis a hand, and Aldis takes it, only for PJ to uppercut! PJ uppercuts more but Aldis backslides, TWO!

The Darewolf asks for another time-out but from the corner. Aldis and PJ circle but PJ promises not to cheat. He offers a handshake but also crosses his fingers behind his back. Aldis takes the handshake, but PJ sweeps the legs and double stomps the back! PJ flexes but Aldis stands up. Aldis clotheslines PJ right down! Aldis puts PJ in the corner and CHOPS! He throws body shots and more chops, but PJ turns it around to CHOP Aldis back. They brawl in the corner but PJ stomps low. Aldis hits back and bumps PJ on buckles. Aldis whips corner to corner then runs in for a big clothesline. He whips PJ corner to corner again but PJ goes up and headscissors Aldis out!

PJ slingshots but Aldis slips into the ring. Aldis poses but PJ comes back. They speed up and PJ fakes Aldis out to then poke him in the eyes! The referee reprimands PJ while Aldis regroups with Kamille. PJ climbs up but Kamille stands in his way. Aldis gets to the other side, PJ slides out but gets run over with a lariat! Aldis refreshes the ring count while we go to break.

ROH returns and Aldis has PJ in a chinlock. Fans rally on both sides as PJ fights out. PJ throws heavy forearms then whips, but Aldis reverses. PJ kicks Aldis then runs, but Aldis follows to clothesline PJ upside-down! Aldis drags PJ up for a suplex, and holds him up there! Then brings him down! Cover, TWO! PJ gets to a corner but Aldis is right after him with a CHOP! Aldis whips PJ corner to corner hard, then back drops on the rebound! Fans cheer as Aldis covers, TWO! Aldis keeps on PJ with another facelock. PJ endures as Aldis wrenches. They stand and PJ hits back with body shots and a CHOP! Aldis CHOPS, PJ CHOPS, and now they brawl!

Aldis whips but PJ rolls off his back. PJ heel kicks Aldis down, then runs corner to corner for crossbody! PJ easily lands on the apron and bumps Aldis off buckles. He climbs up an dleaps for a flying elbow! PJ keeps going to the other corner and climbs again, for another flying elbow! Cover, TWO! Fans rally up as PJ stalks Aldis. PJ whips Aldis but Aldis reverses, only for PJ to hold ropes. Aldis walks into PJ’s boot, and then PJ springboards for a moonsault! PJ only grazes Aldis, so he quickly grabs Aldis for the inverted DDT. PJ hurries up top again and Aldis stands to get flying double stomps! Cover, TWO!! Aldis survives the stomp to the heart, but PJ keeps his cool. PJ climbs again and takes aim, but his double ax handles are caught into a BIG German Suplex!

Aldis drags PJ up again for a fast powerbomb! High stack cover, TWO, but Aldis holds onto the legs to try his Kingsland Cloverleaf! PJ brings Aldis in for a cradle! TWO, and both men get to corners. Aldis runs in but into an elbow. PJ hops up but Aldis trips him up! Aldis climbs up behind PJ but PJ resists. PJ elbows Aldis away but Aldis clubs him back. Aldis climbs again, SUPER GERMAN! Both men are down but fans fire up! Aldis crawls to a cover, TWO! The Darewolf survives and the National Treasure grows frustrated while we go to one last break.

ROH returns once more, and fans rally as Aldis heads for the top rope. PJ rolls and SHORYUKENS! PJ climbs but Aldis resists. Aldis hits back with body shots and pushes PJ away. PJ comes back quick, SUPER STEINER! Then springboard moonsault! Cover, TWO!! PJ can’t believe it, but Aldis escapes! PJ drags Aldis up for a dragon sleeper, but Aldis endures. Aldis pries free to scoop PJ into the TOMBSTONE! Aldis heads up top again, MACHO ELBOW! Cover, TWO!! PJ lives and even Kamille is shocked. Aldis gives Kamille a signal and she tosses the belt in the ring! Kamille distracts the referee, but both men grab at the belt! PJ SLAPS Aldis away, then picks up the Ten Pounds of Gold! PJ tosses it to Aldis and falls over! Aldis gets caught with the belt in his hands but the referee takes it away. PJ rolls Aldis! TWO!!

PJ wheelbarrows and turns Aldis over, Billy Goat’s Curse! Aldis crawls as PJ stretches, and Aldis gets the ropebreak! Aldis bails out, but PJ DIVES on him! Direct hit brings Aldis down but PJ gets back in the ring. PJ builds speed again, to wreck KAMILLE with a dropkick! Kamille took the hit for Aldis but fans still boo PJ for it! Fans do know “This is Awesome!” as Aldis goes after PJ. But PJ throws Aldis into the post! PJ puts Aldis in the ring and springboards for a crossbody! But Aldis manages to roll through! TWO!! PJ shoulders and slingshots but Aldis sits on the sunset, but he also holds the ropes! The referee sees that, and kicks Aldis’ arms away! PJ finishes the sunset flip, TWO! Aldis gets the legs, Kingsland Cloverleaf! PJ endures but taps, Aldis wins!

Winner: Nick Aldis, by submission; still NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion

History is made as the National Treasure retains the title on ROH TV! Is this only the beginning of the Ten Pounds of Gold being part of ROH history?

 

Juice Robinson heads to the ring!

The Flamboyant One saw that there was still some time left over tonight and decided to take this opportunity to address the fans. “What up, Hotlanta?!” Juice says the last time he was here, he promised there’d be a lot more of him in an ROH ring. And he didn’t mean for a cup of coffee or for a Global Wars tour. He meant a hell of a lot more Juice in ROH in 2019! But why? Isn’t NJPW so fun? It’s because Juice knows what this company stands for: Honor. Juice has had something in the works, and the pieces have all come together.

“ROH was founded by guys like Samoa Joe. Guys like AJ Styles. The lifeblood of ROH for so long has been through the hard work of guys like the American Dragon, Bryan Danielson.” Or even Juice’s best friend, Tyler Black. All those guys cared about honor. Those are the guys that when their music hit, they came down the stairs, entered the ring, and looked their opponent(s) in the eyes and said, “Win, lose or draw, we’re going to start this with a handshake, and no matter what happens, end with a handshake.” That is what ROH is about. Juice can’t figure out what’s happened over the last few years. Tonight, ROH hits a reset button. Tonight, ROH begins its restoration. And tonight, “we bring ROH to the next level!” And that starts right here and now.

The pulse that we’ve seen for weeks! Juice is joined in the ring by David Finlay, Mark Haskins, Bandido, Tracy Williams, and Tenille Dashwood! “We are Lifeblood!” And together, they will put the Honor back in Ring of Honor! Fans are loving this already! Will this new alliance of rising stars revitalize ROH?

 


 

My Thoughts:

A really great episode right here, and we finally know what that pulse was about. Juice Robinson leading a new faction, Lifeblood, is a great move for him in ROH. It represents a new level Juice himself has reached, and helps give him and all the wrestlers in the stable something to be part of. This can definitely feed the story I’d been sensing of Tenille Dashwood returning to confront the person who attacked her, which can turn out to be Kelly Klein. Tenille VS Kelly can be Lifeblood’s Women of Honor Championship story while the five men go after the variety of titles. I’m sure Juice would want to be world champion, leaving the World TV, World Tag and World Six Man Championships to any of the other members.

Juice’s promo leading up to Lifeblood’s debut was also very well done. It kept the continuity of ROH’s past, with name drops including the wrestlers now known as Daniel Bryan and Seth Rollins. Juice’s group might also be pitted against Bully Ray’s group, who aren’t so honorable. That will make for a great 5v5 tag down the line and then separate showdowns for things like the Briscoes defending the World Tag Team Championships against any combination from Lifeblood.

Villain Enterprises does great again in another Six Man Tag victory while The Kingdom do well again as the arrogant Heels they are. They’ll have it out for those titles soon enough, whether The Kingdom likes it or not. And with Jay Lethal’s promo, that match for the undisputed ROH World Championship has to be happening sooner rather than later. Maybe they can arrange it for the ROH Anniversary Show.  And then the NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship was great, and was rightfully given lots of time. PJ was great being the sneaky Heel he’s been known to be, but it almost felt like Aldis was turning Heel in the course of the match. Between Kamille being his shield but also getting him the belt, this match started to feel like Heel VS Heel. And that’s a good thing, we don’t get those enough in any promotion.

Obviously Aldis retains, a random ROH TV episode isn’t the place for a title change. But maybe ROH and NWA work a Pay-Per-View together and that is when an ROH star challenges and takes the NWA title, or vice-versa and an NWA star takes an ROH title.

My Score: 8.3/10


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Mitchell’s WWE NXT Results & Report! (2/13/19)

It’s an epic rematch between Ricochet and Adam Cole BAYBAY!

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NXT reignites a heated rivalry as The One and Only Ricochet takes on Adam Cole BAYBAY! Who will prove themselves worthier of the North American Champion?

 

OFFICIAL RESULTS

  • Shane Thorne VS Dominik Dijakovic; Dijakovic wins.
  • Street Profits VS Humberto Carrillo & Stacy Ervin Jr; Street Profits win.
  • Taynara Conti VS Aliyah; Aliyah wins.
  • Ricochet VS Adam Cole; Ricochet wins.

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WWE honors the memory of Pedro Morales.

 

Shane Thorne VS Dominik Dijakovic!

The Worst and the Croatian crusher both had a great showing in WWE Worlds Collide, but neither man won the epic tournament. Even so, both men look to climb the ranks on NXT all the same! Will a win help one of these men reach a championship opportunity on the Road to Wrestlemania Weekend?

The bell rings and Thorne circles with Dijakovic. They tie up and go around, and Dijakovic pushes Thorne to a corner. Thorne pulls Dijakovic’s nose but Dijakovic pushes him back! The referee has the two break, but Thorne uses it to hotshot the arm! Thorne gets a waistlock and powers Dijakovic into buckles. He throws hands and wraps the arm on the ropes. Dijakovic pushes Thorne away but Thorne comes back with kicks and forearms! Thorne dropkicks Dijakovic down! Then he kicks away on every part of Dijakovic he can find! Fans fire up and Thorne goes after Dijakovic’s arm and neck. Thorne pulls and fans rally up. Dijakovic fights back but Thorne wrenches the bad arm. Dijakovic breaks free then counters Thorne, and even CHOPS him! Big clothesline clobbers Thorne!

Thorne comes back but Dijakovic kicks and elbows back. “Time to fly!” Dijakovic suplex and tosses Thorne! Dijakovic grabs Thorne by the throat, but Thorne pulls on the weak up to escape. Thorne uppercuts and saido suplexes! Both men are down but fans rally up. Thorne and Dijakovic get to corners but Thorne climbs up. Dijakovic stops him with a palm strike! Dijakovic climbs but Thorne throws hands. They brawl as Dijakovic climbs. Dijakovic clubs away on Thorne, but Thorne goes after the bad arm! Thorne pushes Dijakovic off but Dijakovic back flips! Dijakovic then SUPERKICKS Thorne down! Thorne staggers but Dijakovic springboards for a corkscrew plancha! Dijakovic defies physics and fans lose their minds! Dijakovic puts Thorne back in and fans call for it! Torture rack, Feast Your Eyes! Cover, Dijakovic wins!

Winner: Dominik Dijakovic, by pinfall

Dijakovic feasts on another victory! Will he continue his streak and feast on a title match in the near future?

 

The Undisputed Era speaks.

Adam Cole is tired of hearing they’re having a bad start to 2019. Everyone hits speed bumps, but they vow to finish what they started. Step one: regain the NXT Tag Team Championships. Step two: continue to be the best team on this whole show! The Undisputed Era will claim what is theirs and take what is theirs. Roderick Strong is excited. Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly will be back together as a tag team, and then Strong and Cole can go for singles titles. They will be dripping in gold in 2019, and that starts with Cole taking out Ricochet. Ricochet is a flash in the pan, but the Undisputed Era runs the show. They will show Ricochet, they will show NXT and they will show the world why they are Undisputed.

 

Exclusive interview after last week’s Six Woman Tag main event.

The Sky Pirates were pumped after their big victory alongside Bianca Belair over the Horsewomen. Io Shirai was especially excited because she proved she can beat Shayna Baszler. The Genius of the Sky wants that NXT Women’s Championship. The Pirate Princess warns Shayna to watch out, but then The EST comes by. There’s no beef between them, but Bianca would’ve had Shayna beat on two different occasions. Bianca is still Un-De-Fea-Ted, but will she get her second shot before Shirai gets her first?

 

Street Profits VS Humberto Carrillo & Stacy Ervin Jr!

Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford are still stinging from the Forgotten Sons using numbers against them in their post-TakeOver showdown. But they look to get things back on track, even against this new young combination.

But wait, is that Kassius Ohno? Why? The Knockout Artist has been back for two years but not the best two years. He wants to let us know that as he was watching backstage, he sees some familiar faces in the Full Sail crowd. Ohno felt the need to come out here that, from the bottom of his heart, “each and everyone of you guys make me sick!” Ohno despises the Full Sail crowd! Their chants and their signs, too! The fans think they know everything but they don’t! Ohno is leaving, again! He’ll go somewhere where he can show he’s the “Best to Ever Do It”! But here comes Keith Lee! Lee rocks Ohno with an elbow!

The Limitless One takes the mic as fans sing for him. Lee tells Ohno, “Oh no… Or better yet, OH MY GAWD~!” This could’ve been so much worse. Lee could’ve low blow’d Ohno like he did Lee. But Ohno, don’t let the door hit you on the ass on your way out. And please, pardon the interruption. Let’s keep the show rolling! The Profits make their entrance and the match finally begins!

The Profits are wary of Lee, but he assures them, Wakanda Forever. Dawkins & Ford also taunt Ohno being knocked right out, then finally hit the ring.

The teams sort out and we begin with Carrillo and Ford. Carrillo and Ford tie up, and Carrillo gets a headlock. Ford can’t get free of the newest Cruiserweight’s grip, but the third time’s the charm. Carrillo runs Ford over, then things speed up and Carrrillo rolls of Ford’s back. Ford returns the favor and then sweeps the legs. Cover, ONE, and the two dodge each other’s kicks. Double dropkicks cancel out and both men handspring up. Fans fire up as Ford breaks it down. Carrillo and Ford shake hands to show there is respect. But then Ford kicks low! Ford clubs Carrillo and drags him to the corner. Tag to Dawkins and the Profits mug Carrillo.

Dawkins elbows Carrillo then tags Ford. They club away on Carrillo more, then Ford whips Carrillo corner to corner. Carrillo goes up and over and then shows off his agility! Ford runs into an arm-drag, then another! Carrillo has the armlock, but Ford finds his way up. Tag to Dawkins and Ford whips Carrillo. Carrillo reverses but gets run over by Dawkins. Dawkins whips but Carrillo somersaults and enziguris! Carrillo brings Dawkins over, tag to Ervin! They double whip and dropkick Dawkins down! Ervin hits a BIG standing shooting star! Cover, TWO! Ervin runs but Dawkins reels him in for a SPEAR! Dawkins gets up and brings Ervin over. Tag to Ford and the Profits stomp a mudhole into Ervin. Ford covers, TWO!

Ford keeps between Ervin and Carrillo as he clubs Ervin back down. He kicks Ervin hard in the ribs then reels Ervin into a chinlock. Ford thrashes Ervin around to show that new edge. Fans rally up and Ervin fights his way up. Ervin pries the hold open but Ford clubs him. Ford shoves and back suplexes HARD! Cover, TWO! Tag to Dawkins and the Profits double back suplexes. Ervin slips out and ducks, hot tag to Carrillo! Carrillo rallies on the Profits and fires off haymakers on Dawkins! Carrillo whips but Dawkins reverses, only to get a handspring back elbow! Ford runs in but misses, Carrillo uses Dawkins to arm-drag Ford! Carrillo rocks Dawkins back then climbs up fast, big missile dropkick! Fans fire up with Carrillo as he hits the somersault moonsault! Cover, TWO!

Carrillo drags Dawkins over and Ervin tags in. Ervin climbs, and hits a TSUNAMISAULT! Cover, but Ford breaks it! Ford puts Carrillo in the corner but Carrillo dumps and kicks him out. Dawkins ROCKS Carrillo and Ford tags in. Ervin runs into a pop-up, and his huricanrana is blocked! Dawkins spins Ervin, Ford says “SUCK IT!” for the blockbuster DOomsday device! Cover, The Street Profits win!

Winners: The Street Profits, Montez Ford pinning

The #CurseofGreatness now has a new intensity behind it! But they pick up mics to say “There seems to be a lot of gold raiding going around.” But best believe, Ford & Dawkins want a piece. Fans say “You Deserve It!” Ford says the Profits’ time in NXT has been a roller coaster. But one thing about roller coasters, it’s a fun ride! Make no mistake, at any given time, if they are given the ball, they can go to war! Profits call out the War Raiders, but they get the European Alliance!

Fabian Aichner & Marcel Barthel see Ford & Dawkins, and say, “Nein, nein, nein.” Opportunities are sacred in NXT. And no one deserves opportunities more than Aichner & Barthel. Street Profits, “stand aside.” But wait, here come Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch! The One Two Combination aren’t about words, they’re about fighting! All three teams argue, but here come the War Raiders! Hanson & Rowe stand on stage to say there’s an awful lot of talk, but no action. If these teams want these titles, “make a move!” Rowe & Hanson head for the ring, but here come the Undisputed Era! They attack Rowe & Hanson from behind 3v2! Then they feed the champs to the other contenders, and it is a feeding frenzy!

Rowe and Hanson hold their own against three teams, and even dump Ford out onto Barthel! Burch gets Thor’s Hammer! And Lorcan gets tossed onto everyone! The Undisputed Era’s plan didn’t work out at all! Who will earn the shot against the machines of Hanson & Rowe?

 

Taynara Conti VS Aliyah!

The Brazilian black belt and the Canadian Cat’s Meow want to prove they’re still worthy of an NXT Women’s Championship shot, but they’ll have to do it against each other. Who will gain some much needed momentum on the Road to Wrestlemania Weekend?

The bell rings and fans duel as the two circle. Taynara avoids Aliyah’s grip and gets a takedown. Jackknife cover, TWO! Aliyah has Taynara by the hair but Taynara uses that for a flying armbar takedown! Aliyah scrambles to a ropebreak, and Taynara lets go. Taynara comes back but runs into a forearm. Aliyah brings Taynara down by her hair! Cover, TWO! Vanessa Borne appears at ringside to watch this up close and personal. Aliyah pulls Taynara around and hits a fireman’s carry takedown. Aliyah kicks away on Taynara’s back then covers again, ONE! The ref reprimands Aliyah as she grabs hair again. Aliyah kicks but Taynara catches the leg to another jackknife bridge. TWO, but Taynara rolls Aliyah up again. TWO, and Tyanara trips Aliyah into buckles!

Taynara throws Aliyah around with her judo training, then rolls through to finish her with a pump kick! Taynara toys with Aliyah then climbs up top. Aliyah gets up but gets caught into a hanging armbar! Taynara lets go at 4 but fires up. Vanessa doesn’t seem impressed, and then she goes after Taynara’s feet! Aliyah throws Taynara off the top! Aliyah drags Taynara up and around for a modified armlock! She stomps away on Taynara’s head as part of “Total Aliyahnation!” Taynara taps, Aliyah wins!!

Winner: Aliyah, by submission

The Vision helps the fashionable Aliyah win, and it seems an alliance is struck. But before they can explain themselves, Shayna Baszler storms her way out to the ring! Vanessa and Aliyah get clear of the angry Queen of Spades, but Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke put them back in! Shayna and the Horsewomen wreck Aliyah, then Marina fireman’s carry Vanessa into Jessamyn’s roundhouse! Taynara is not spared, Shayna gut wrench side slams her down! Shayna grabs a mic and says “This is your reality now!” Do not get in their way and do not question them. And do NOT piss them off. The Horsewomen leave, having made their statement. Who else will be trampled by their furious stampede?

 

Ricochet VS Adam Cole!

The King of Flight and the Panama City Playboy are far from through with each other, especially if it means getting closer to a championship match. While Johnny Wrestling and The Velveteen Dream fight for the NXT North American Championship next week, this match could determine a new #1 contender for afterward. Which former champion will take the next step back to that North American title?

The bell rings and the trash talk begins. Fans love “Both These Guys!” as they tie up. They go around the ring and end up in a corner. Cole turns it around and backs off only to sucker punch! Cole stomps a mudhole in then brings Ricochet up to whip. Ricochet holds ropes and back elbows hard! Ricochet throws haymakers but Cole kicks and punches back. Cole whips but Ricochet rolls off his back. Ricochet somersaults, handsprings, headscissors and dropkicks! Cole bails out but Ricochet DIVES! Ricochet rains down rights and then toys with Cole. Ricochet puts Cole back in and runs corner to corner. Cole boots Ricochet back, then hops up, but Ricochet enziguris back!

Ricochet climbs up but Cole bumps him off buckles. Cole adjusts but Ricochet resists the sunset flip. Ricochet rains rights, but Cole SUPERKICKS the legs out! Ricochet’s leg is caught in the ropes, and Cole stomps away! The referee backs Cole off then helps Ricochet out, but Cole comes back to swing the leg into the post! Ricochet writhes in agony and Cole takes his time returning. Cole stomps Ricochet more then drags him up into the corner. Cole wraps the leg on the ropes and pulls! The ref counts and Cole lets go at 4. Cole stomps Ricochet more as fans start to duel. Cole dragon screws Ricochet down! Fans grow louder in their duel while Cole stalks Ricochet. Ricochet stands but Cole kicks his legs out! Cole taunts Ricochet before grabbing the bad leg. Ricochet enziguris but Cole ducks it to then smash the knee on the mat!

Cole stomps the bad leg and Ricochet can only crawl. Cole takes the leg and drops knees on it! Fans rally up as Cole stomps Ricochet’s bad leg. Cole stomps Ricochet at the ropes and into a corner. The ref counts and Cole tells him to shut up! The ref and Cole argue but Cole goes back to Ricochet’s leg. Cole puts on a standing kneebar to push on the leg. Ricochet kicks free, but hobbles up. Cole dropkicks the leg right out! Ricochet clutches the leg but refuses to quit. Cole vows Ricochet will not reach the title before him. Cole stomps Ricochet more then drags him up. Ricochet denies the shin breaker and fans rally up. Cole reels Ricochet in but Ricochet slips out of the back suplex. Ricochet’s leg buckles but he shoves Cole away.

Ricochet somersaults but he can’t finish the attack! Cole swings, Ricochet dodges and comes back with a BIG clothesline! Both men are down and fans fire up! Ricochet drags himself up but Cole follows. Ricochet boots Cole with the good leg, then pushes Cole into buckles. Tiger Feint in the corner! Ricochet climbs on one leg, and leaps, for a flying uppercut! Ricochet still manages a standing moonsault! Cover, TWO! Ricochet gets the bad leg moving as fans rally up. Ricochet goes to Cole and brings him up, but the leg won’t allow the fireman’s carry. He rocks Cole with a forearm but Cole again kicks the bad leg out! Cole throws big forearms in the corner then hoists Ricochet up top. Ricochet pushes Cole away but Cole enziguris! Cole drags Ricochet out on a fireman’s carry, Ushigoroshi! Cover, TWO! Ricochet lives and fans are loving this!

Cole keeps his cool while Ricochet slowly catches his breath. Fans duel as Cole stalks Ricochet to ropes. Cole drags Ricochet up as fans cheer for “Both These Guys!” Cole suplexes but Ricochet resists. Ricochet slips out of the suplex and ducks the enziguri! Northern Lights and roll through, to deadlift. But the legs give out, Last Shot Brainbuster! Cover, TWO!! Ricochet survives but Cole tells him to stay down. Ricochet doesn’t and fans rally up. Cole pulls down the knee pad, runs, but Ricochet dodges the Shining Wizard to roll up! TWO, 52 Fake-Out! Cole misses the superkick to get a Reverse-Rana! Ricochet drags Cole to a drop zone then drags himself to a corner. Ricochet climbs but the bad leg is refusing to work. Fans cheer him on as he one leg springboard sentons! Cover, TWO!!

Ricochet’s desperate dive didn’t work out, but he still tries the fireman’s carry! Cole fights out but walks into a back elbow. Cole forearms back but Ricochet returns it. They keep hitting back and forth, and Ricochet grows stronger for it! Ricochet fires off more forearms but Cole mule kicks the leg out. Cole misses the boot and Ricochet uppercuts him. But Cole pump boots, only for Ricochet to knee strike. Cole enziguris, dodges the Pele, SUPERKICK! Cover, TWO!? Ricochet lives and Cole is shocked! But Full Sail is thunderous for this main event! Fans hope they “Fight Forever!” but Cole wants to end this. Cole drags Ricochet up and to a corner. He throws big forearms, then hoists Ricochet up top again. Cole throws more forearms, then climbs up.

Fans duel as Cole throws more forearms. Ricochet slips out to club Cole back! Ricochet grits his teeth and climbs up on one leg. He grabs Cole but Cole elbows the bad leg. Cole sends Ricochet down to the apron! Cole turns around and drags Ricochet back up. But Ricochet fights back now, and steadies himself, for a SUPER STEINER! Ricochet ax kicks Cole down! But he’s not done there, Northern Lights roll through to Falcon Arrow! And a fireman’s carry, for the Vertigo Driver! Cover, Ricochet wins!!

Winner: Ricochet, by pinfall

The One and Only wins, but he’s instantly attacked by the rest of the Undisputed Era! But here comes Aleister Black! Aleister throws hands on Strong, O’Reilly and Fish, but Cole SUPERKICKS him! Strong gets Aleister with End of Heartache! “Nobody can touch us!” Will the Undisputed Era leave everyone behind on the Road to Wrestlemania Weekend?

 


 

My Thoughts:

Another great episode for NXT! Thorne VS Dijakovic was essentially filler but anything is good for the now solo Aussie. Thorne should consider the option of being a crossover talent between NXT USA and NXT UK. NXT UK needs a more clear singles midcard, and Thorne could get some good play over there. Dijakovic meanwhile continues a nice roll, he himself might get a midcard title shot, perhaps after Wrestlemania Weekend. Good to see Keith Lee and Kassius Ohno will continue where they left off, especially the way Lee came out and clocked Ohno. I’m thinking Ohno’s talk of leaving for somewhere they’d appreciate him is a sign he’s finally going to the main roster, and perhaps as part of the coming Superstar Shake-Up after Wrestlemania. That will be great, the blow-off curtain call match for Ohno will be great, I really hope he goes to SmackDown.

I’m liking the aggressive Street Profits. They had their fun in their first couple of years, now it’s time to get serious if they want gold. I also appreciate throwing in Aichner & Barthel as well as Lorcan & Burch. Lorcan & Burch are getting title shots on NXT UK, but I’m pretty sure they won’t win. I don’t think they’ll win on NXT USA, either. Of the five teams, the War Raiders either retain or the Undisputed Era’s reDRagon gets those belts back. But having a 5-team tag match of some kind at TakeOver: New York, that would be amazing! Perhaps make it a ladder match, that seems like the most reasonable way to do this. Though, I’m starting to think the other four teams will compete in something and then it’s just a #1 contender team against the Raiders, which is fine but not as insane.

Taynara VS Aliyah was clearly just a smokescreen to give us the first real moment of the Horsewomen running wild. I wonder if Taynara will be forced to join Aliyah and Vanessa against the Horsewomen in a Six Woman Tag, where Jessamyn and Marina can finally get some wins. And I also enjoy the nod that Bianca is not happy with the Sky Pirates thinking they can skip ahead of her in line. I wonder if something will happen to get William Regal involved to make an official decision on who is facing Shayna in New York. Maybe a Triple Threat of Bianca, Shirai and Kairi. Kairi and Shirai might be friends but they can give us some great Stardom style competition before Shirai eventually gets the win.

And of course, Ricochet VS Cole was amazing! That was almost on par with their title match. Ricochet did great selling the leg and impressed everyone by still getting moves off on one leg. It was good for the match to end before the Undisputed Era attacked, because at least Ricochet his win. Aleister Black coming out to help was an interesting surprise, but perhaps it’s out of respect for Ricochet from Halftime Heat. I’m very curious to see how this will turn out in regards to the two singles titles. Gargano VS Dream is next week and that is going to be amazing, and I’m sensing the outcome ties back into this developing story of Undisputed Era, Ricochet and Aleister.

My Score: 8.5/10


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