Date: July 15, 2022
Location: Capitol Wrestling Center, Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Nigel McGuinness, Sudu Shah, Matt Camp

For once I actually have some hope around here as there was something of an angle last week. Quincy Elliott cost Damaris Griffin and Bryson Montana a match last week and it might be time for some revenge. That could go a few ways, but there is also the chance that it is completely dropped. Let’s get to it.

Opening sequence.

Quincy Elliott vs. Ikemen Jiro

Jiro cartwheels to start so Elliott shoves him away and they exchange hand signals. A charge is pulled out of the air so Jiro elbows his way to freedom, only to collapse on a dumb slam attempt. Elliott works on a waistlock and then chops Jiro in the head to cut him off. Dancing/posing ensues but Jiro is back with the jacket punches. A superkick into the Lionsault gives Jiro two but he still can’t slam Elliott. Some hip attacks in the corner look to set up a running hip attack, which is blocked by Jiro’s raised feet. Jiro rolls him up for the pin at 5:10.

Result: Ikemen Jiro b. Quincy Elliott – Rollup (5:10)

Chase U is back from London and Thea Hail is VERY excited. Oh and they’re in the main event again.

Kiana James vs. Sol Ruca

This is Ruca’s debut and she walks on her hands in the ring and nips up. James takes her down but another nip up lets Ruca start working on the arm. That’s too far for James, who hits a sitdown splash on the ribs before firing off the knees. Back up and Ruca slugs away, only to get caught with something like a reverse Sling Blade for the pin at 3:27.

Result: Kiana James b. Sol Ruca – Reverse Sling Blade (3:27)

Chase U vs. Myles Borne/Javier Bernal

Borne takes Chase to the mat to start and gets in a fireman’s carry, meaning Chase needs to think about this some more. Back up and Chase gets in a fireman’s carry takeover of his own so it’s off to Hayward vs. Bernal. Hayward gets taken down this time so Borne comes back in to take over on him. The chinlock goes on but Hayward fights up and hits a powerslam, allowing the hot tag off to Chase. House is cleaned in a hurry, including the spelling stomps. Everything breaks down and Borne knocks Bernal outside by mistake, leaving Chase to hit the Fratliner for the pin at 5:38.

Result: Chase U b. Myles Borne/Javier Bernal – Fratliner to Borne (5:38)


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