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Date: April 14, 2020
Location: Undisclosed Location
Commentators: Cody, Tony Schiavone
We’re back…wherever this show is taking place and this time around it’s another short show, as it should be if this show has to exist. This is another part of the huge marathon taping and that means we should be in for something nice and easy, which is about all this show can do at this point. Let’s get to it.
Tony gives us a quick intro and we’re ready to go.
Billy vs. Shawn Spears
That would be Billy Gunn of course, with his son Austin in his corner. Spears goes straight to the ramp at the bell and they shout at each other about the lack of fans. This time Spears bails into the corner as Austin leads the non-existent fans in a LET’S GO BILLY/SHAWN SPEARS SUCKS chant. They finally lock up after about a minute and a half of stalling/chanting and Spears grabs a snapmare, allowing him to dance a bit.
Billy goes with a wristlock before just punching Spears to the floor. Back in and Billy knocks him to the floor again, this time with Austin stalking Spears around the ring. It worked so well the first two times that Billy punches him outside a third time, followed by a toss over the timekeeper’s table for a bonus.
Spears posts him though and sends him into the barricade for a six count and it’s time to stomp away back inside. Hang on though as we need some water, allowing Spears to do the Tommaso Ciampa self applause from the apron. A DDT plants Billy again and Spears tells him to suck it, earning himself a hard clothesline.
Billy hammers away in the corner but gets caught with a low superkick into a low Codebreaker for two more. Spears gets pulled out of the air with a Downward Spiral and the Fameasser puts Spears on the floor. Back in and the Stinger Splash misses in the corner and Spears hits the C4 for the pin at 15:31.
Result: Shawn Spears b. Billy – C4 (15:31)
A Dynamite preview ends the show.
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