Date: September 11, 2020
Location: Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Vic Joseph, Drew Gulak
I’ve been liking this three match structure as of late, which makes me think that it isn’t going to last much longer. The show is still just half an hour long so it’s not like I can get too annoyed about it in the first place. We even had a bit of a cliffhanger last week when Legado del Fantasma interfered in the main event. Let’s get to it.
Ashante Adonis vs. Brian Kendrick
That would be Tehuti Miles. Kendrick works on a wristlock to start but misses a charge into the corner, allowing Adonis to hit a dropkick for two. A boot to the face gives Kendrick the same and we hit a seated neck crank. Back up and Miles misses a crossbody, meaning it’s right back to the same crank. This time Miles fights up and drives him into the corner and blasts Kendrick with a clothesline.
The comeback is on with a series of strikes and a spinebuster gives Miles two. There’s a kick to the head for another near fall but Kendrick’s leg lariat gets the same. The Captain’s Hook is countered into a DDT, but Adonis spends too much time talking trash, allowing Kendrick to get the Captain’s Hook for the tap at 7:38.
Result: Brian Kendrick b. Ashante Adams – Captain’s Hook (7:38)
He’s getting closer:
Post match Kendrick offers him advice if he needs it and says take advantage of your resources. Adonis isn’t sure what to do.
Ever Rise vs. Andrew Lockhart/Erik Lockhart
Ever Rise jumps them before the bell and the beating is on in a hurry. Martel hits a big German suplex and it’s a step up elbow to the back of we’ll say Erik. Andrew comes in and it’s a double flapjack into the corner. A wheelbarrow Codebreaker finishes Andrew at 2:18.
Result: Ever Rise b. Andrew Lockhart/Erik Lockhart – Wheelbarrow Codebreaker to Andrew (2:18)
They’re getting better:
We look back at Legado del Fantasma interfering in last week’s main event.
Legado del Fantasma vs. Oney Lorcan/Danny Burch
Santos Escobar is at ringside as well. Lorcan headlocks Wilde down to start and then snaps off a headscissors to keep him down. Back up and Lorcan gets taken into the corner with the villains starting in on the arm. That doesn’t last long as it’s off to Burch for his own headlock. There’s a double suplex to Mendoza but he springboards in with a high crossbody for two on Lorcan.
Burch gets dragged into the corner so the beating can be started all over again, including a double basement dropkick for two. Burch finally(ish) elbows his way out of trouble and brings Lorcan back in to clean house. The spike DDT gets two on Wilde and a German suplex takes him down. Escobar gets on the apron for a distract but here’s Ever Rise to yell him down. Lorcan and Mendoza go outside and clothesline each other, leaving Wilde to roll Burch up with trunks for the pin at 7:14.
Result: Legado del Fantasma b. Oney Lorcan/Danny Burch – Rollup with trunks to Burch (7:14)
An actual showdown:
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