Lakewood, OH – 6.26.2011
Commentary is provided by Pedro Deluca and Aaron Bauer.
The show opens with a nearly 9 minute package of promos from nearly every single person on the show tonight. After that, Flexor Industries arrives in a limousine. Chest Flexor says they will walk out of the show champions.
Six Pack Scramble
Sugar Dunkerton vs. Kobald vs. AERO! vs. Maximo Suave vs. Low Rider vs. Sabbath
Batiri members Obariyon and Kodama accompany Kobald. Dunkerton asks for a basketball toss up with Sabbath. AERO, Kobald, and Sabbath attack the other three. Sabbath gives Dunkerton a Jackhammer while the others fight to the floor. Rider hits AERO with a springboard crossbody for two. Rider hits a twisting variation for two. Kobald lights up Rider with strikes. Suave gives Kobald a toreador and armdrags him to the floor. Sabbath slams Suave. Dunkerton slaps Sabbath and drops him with an X-Factor. Dunkerton suicide dives onto Sabbath. AERO follows with a tope con hilo. Rider sky twister presses onto the pile. Kobald spears Suave in the ring for two. Suave back slaps him. Kobald goes to the floor. Sabbath cuts off Suave’s dive and slams Dunkerton. Sabbath clotheslines Rider and slams AERO. They all make a plan on the floor. Sabbath catches AERO mid-air and slams him. Dunkerton and Rider knock him down with a double clothesline. Suave delivers a senton bomb and Kobald hits a slingshot splash. Rider springboards into a doublestomp. AERO rolls up Dunkerton for two. Dunkerton responds with the Bow Chicka Wow Wow. Rider dropkicks Dunkerton and hits the Blu-Ray DVD. Suave drops him with a pump-handle driver. Sabbath breaks the pin. He chokeslams Suave. Kobald dropkicks Sabbath to the floor. AERO drops Kobald with a reverse STO. Obariyon and Kodama pull AERO to the floor and attack him. Kobald hits a springboard splash on AERO for the pin at 8:39. Sabbath is just a big immobile boring dude who contributed little. The rest worked hard, but really had no opportunity to shine. **
Eddie Kingston vs. BJ Whitmer
Kingston is limping as his leg was worked over by Hieracon on the CHIKARA show earlier in the day.Kingston breaks a lock-up in the corner. Whitmer brings Kingston to his knees in a test of strength. Kingston reverses the pressure, bringing Whitmer to his knees. Kingston gets one with a Northern Lights suplex. Whitmer uses his agility to reverse a wristlock. Kingston just forearms his way free. Whitmer trips Kingston and kicks the inside of his bad knee. Whitmer snaps Kingston’s leg against his own foot. Whitmer stomps Kingston’s knee into the mat. Whitmer clobbers him with a diving forearm for two. Whitmer continues to damage Kingston’s bad knee. Kingston boots Whitmer to the floor. He connects with a suicide dive. In the ring they exchange strikes. Kingston gets two with a headbutt. Kingston crucifix pins him for two. He chokes Whitmer on the top rope. Kingston snapmares him into a neck submission, leading to a two count. Kingston delivers a Rude Awakening for two. Whitmer catches Kingston with an exploder suplex for two. Kingston hits a uranage suplex for two. Whitmer hits a Sick Kick for two. Kingston and Whitmer trade chops. Kingston drops him with two Saito suplexes for two. Whitmer goes another exploder suplex. Kingston elbows his way free. Whitmer smacks Kingston and hits a wrist-clutch suplex for two. Kingston eats a kick to the head. Whitmer misses a second. Kingston hits a lariat and the Backfist to the Future. The Sliding D only gets him two. Whitmer blocks a Backfist and hits a stunner. Whitmer STO’s Kingston into the Peruvian Neck-Tie. Kingston taps out at 15:42. This evolved into the slugfest you hoped these two would have. Kingston is such a pro for selling his leg all night long. He and Whitmer did a great job putting on a brawl and making the crowd hotter as the match went on. ***1/4
Kingston says he’s happy Whitmer is back in wrestling as Kingston admired Whitmer when they were in IWA Mid-South. Kingston thanks him for the match. Whitmer says it was an honor to finally get a one-on-one match with Kingston and gives him a handshake and hug. Whitmer puts over the AIW owners and the fans before heading to the back.
“The Chad” Williams comes out with Chest Flexor. Williams was originally scheduled to face Tommy Mercer (Crimson from TNA) tonight, but he did not make the show. Flexor says he sent Shiima Xion to wrestle for TNA in exchange for Crimson not coming to Absolution. He says gives Williams the night off. Tim Donst comes out. He says he hasn’t forgotten about Flexor Industries costing him the TPI. He says although he can’t face Crimson tonight due to his title match, he is sending fellow BDK cohort Tursas out to take Mercer’s sport.
Tursas vs. “The Chad” Williams
A lock-up is broken in the corner. Williams forearms Tursas in the neck. Williams gets in a few punches and stomps. Williams purposefully puts himself between the ropes to avoids Tursas. Williams nails Tursas with multiple punches and rams him head first into the top turnbuckle. Williams hits a big boot. Williams turns to call out Mercer. Tursas catches him with a dropkick. They pummel each other in the corner. The referee gets shoved down as he tries to break up their fight in the corner. He calls for the bell at 3:00, declaring the match a no contest. This was a fine angle to make up for the lack of Crimson. ¼*
Tursas takes out both Williams and Flexor after the bell. The rest of Flexor Industries comes out, and Tursas throws Flexor onto them.
Dasher Hatfield, The Duke, “Mr. RBI” Izaeh Bonds & Lights Out (Corey Winters & Ben Fruith) vs. Dalton Castle & Da Latin Crime Syndicate (Luis Diamante, Joey The Snake, K. Fernandez & Isaac Montana)
A brawl between all ten men ensues on the floor. In the ring, Winters hits Joey with an enzuigiri. Winters wheelbarrow slams Fruith onto Joey for two. A running leg drop gets Fruith two. Bonds tags in. He and Joey trade wristlocks. Duke tags in and knocks Joey down with double chops. He delivers a fist drop and a big boot for two. Hatfield splashes Joey in the corner. Joey delivers a chinbreaker and tags in Castle. Hatfield smacks his bottom and hits a pair of armdrags. He slams Castle in the corner. He and Bonds run the bases and attack Castle in a tree of woe. Fruith misses a splash in the corner. Castle clotheslines Fruith from the apron and hits the White Castle of Fear (a Vader Bomb) for two. The DLCS and Castle trap Fruith in their corner. They bully the poor guy until he drops Diamante with a tornado DDT. Duke tags in and sends everyone to the floor. Hatfield and Bonds baseball slide them into the barricade. Winters and Fruith pescados onto them all. Duke comes off the top rope with a splash onto everybody. Montana goes for a dive of his own. Hatfield cuts him off. He drops him with the Suicide Squeeze. Diamante breaks the pin. Diamante boots Hatfield into a powerslam from Joey. Joey drops Winters with a reverse DDT. Bonds breaks the pin just in time. Bonds drops Joey with a spinebuster. He hits the Pop Fly (a standing moonsault). Fernandez breaks the pin. He drops Bonds for two. Fruith suplexes Fernandez. Castle breaks the pin and drops Fruith with a spin-out facebuster. Duke breaks that pin. Fernandez chop blocks Duke. Castle does an admirable job attempting a German suplex. Duke catches him with a haymaker instead. Duke drops Fernandez with a Rikishi Driver for the pin at 11:40. I’ll admit I wasn’t the biggest fan of the matches these guys had at times, but as a blow-off this was actually quite good. They kept Duke and Castle the focus which and the good guys stood tall in the end. Fine stuff. **3/4
Intense Division Championship
Marion Fontaine (Champion) vs. Shiima Xion
Xion earned this shot by winning Battle Bowl back in March. Xion attacks Fontaine right at the bell. Fontaine comes back and delivers a crotch shot while still wearing the title belt. Fontaine ducks a belt shot and sends Xion to the floor with a spinwheel kick. Fontaine suicide dives after him. Xion and Fontaine fight on the entrance ramp and to the locker room. Chuck Taylor comes back with them! He hits Xion with a springboard dropkick and pins Xion. The referee tells him he’s not in the match. Chuck Taylor says he got really bored in the back and insists on making this match a three way. The AIW brass approve, and we now have a new match!
Intense Division Championship
Marion Fontaine (Champion) vs. Shiima Xion vs. Chuck Taylor
Taylor ducks Xion’s clothesline. Taylor drops him with a uranage and kicks him in the chest for to. Fontaine “tea bags” both of them, as in he delivers a double springboard bulldog. Fontaine hits a series of leg lariats to Taylor for two. Taylor springboards into a roll-up for two. Fontaine gives Taylor a Shiranui while Xion simultaneously powerbombs him. Xion pins both Fontaine and Taylor separately, failing both times. He gives Taylor a neckbreaker. Fontaine hits a lionsault, but Xion breaks the pin. Xion back kicks Fontaine. Taylor pulls out two invisbile grenades. He drops them and elbows both Xion and Fontaine simultaneosuly. Taylor gives Fontaine the Sole Food. A running boot gets him two. A series of superkicks knocks everyone down. A chain of chops is formed. Taylor and Xion chop Fontaine as he comes off the ropes. Taylor O’Conner rolls Xion for two. Xion shoves Taylor into a small package from Fontaine, giving Fontaine the victory at 4:57. Much like the first match, all the action was good but the match was too short for anything special to really transpire. **3/4
Gregory Iron vs. Josh Prohibition
Prohibition spits in Iron’s face. Iron spits back. Iron pitches him to the floor and follows with a suicide dive. Prohibition slams him into the edge of the ring and chokes him with a fans cane. Iron blocks an attack and smashes the cane across Prohibition’s back. Iron whips him into the crowd. Iron throws Prohibition into a table. Iron dives off a table and delivers a huracanrana. Iron chokes him with his shirt. Iron throws him into the snack bar and a air conditioning unit. Prohibition throws Iron onto a table. Iron reverses a suplex on the floor. Prohibition rakes Iron’s eyes and drops him on the bar with a gourd buster. He boots Iron in the side of his head. Prohibition throws Iron into the wall in an Iconoclasm position. Prohibition slams a piece of luggage onto Iron’s mid-section. Iron whips Prohibition into a door. Back in the arena, Iron throws Prohibition into some chairs. Prohibition crotches Iron on the guardrails. Iron slides out of a crucifix powerbomb and backdrops Prohibition onto the ramp. Iron brings Prohibition and some chairs into the ring. Iron throws the chairs at Prohibition’s head. Prohibition chokeslams Iron onto a handicap parking sign. Prohibition buckle bombs Iron. He nails a lariat for two. Iron slips out of a Buckle Bomb. He delivers a neckbreaker and the Gimp slap. Prohibition rolls Iron into an STF. Prohibition escapes when Iron gets the ropes, forgetting he doesn’t have to in this kind of match. Iron counters the Drunken Driver with a rana. He delivers the Handicap Parking on a steel chair for two. Iron places Prohibition stomach first on three set-up chairs. He goes up top. Prohibition throws a chair at his head, knocking Iron to the mat. Prohibition drops Iron through the chairs with the Drunken Driver for the pin at 14:04. For the most part this was rather senseless weapon usage and whatnot, but both men portrayed their desire to win excellently. Iron trying to gain revenge on his trainer, only for it to backfire in the end, actually makes Iron look really strong. The finish was also pretty freaking sweet. ***
Eric Ryan vs. Bobby Beverly
Beverly attacks Ryan as he comes through the ropes. He delivers two haymakers and a suplex fr two. Ryan goes to clothesline Beverly in the corner. Beverly catches him with a uranage backbreaker. He follows with an STO and a Falcon Arrow for two. Beverly whips Ryan to the corners. Ryan reverses a whip. He hits a yakuza kick and a coast-to-coast dropkick. Beverly goes to the floor. Ryan hits him with a heat-seeking missile. He goes for a second but gets met by a boot from Beverly. Beverly dives off the apron with a forearm. He throws Ryan into the front row. He cannonball sentons towards Ryan, but hits a group of chairs instead. Ryan delivers a top rope somersault senton into the crowd. Ryan whips Beverly into the guardrail. Beverly responds with a running boot. After some struggle, Beverly drops Ryan on the ring apron with a Death Valley Driver. Ryan recovers and powerbombs Beverly onto the entrance ramp. Ryan only scores a two count. Beverly superkicks Ryan and drops him with a modified EVO for two. Ryan German suplexes him. Beverly gets right back up and hits one of his own. Ryan drops Beverly with a Death Valley Bomb for two. Beverly recovers and hits an enzuigiri. Ryan drops him with a Package Piledriver for two. Beverly counters a powerbomb with a single-leg crab. Beverly escapes. Beverly drops Ryan with a capture DDT for two. Beverly delivers rapid fire superkicks. Ryan kicks out at two. Ryan blocks a superkick and drops Beverly with the Vertebreaker for the pin at 10:13. Admittedly a lot of the no selling and kick outs was annoying at times, but the fact that the story of these match was that both guys wanted to destroy one another makes it forgivable. That said, they did do a lot of neat stuff and it’s easy to see they’re eager to work hard and put on great matches. No wonder why EVOLVE picked them up. ***1/4
AIW Tag Team Championship
The Olsen Twins (Colin & Jimmy Olsen) (Champions) vs. Aeroform (Flip Kendrick & Louis Lyndon) vs. Irish Airborne (Dave & Jake Crist)
Jake and Lyndon catch the Olsens with dives as they make their entrance. Kendrick and Dave keep evading each other’s dives in the ring. They throw stereo dropkicks, reaching a stalemate. Lyndon and Jake low bridge the ropes to send Dave and Kendrick to the floor. Lyndon wheelbarrow armdrags Jake. He kicks out his legs. Jake powerslams him for one. Lyndon brings Jake down into a cross armbreaker. Jake reverses into a triangle choke. Lyndon rolls Jake up for two. Lyndo delivers a headscissors and a double chop. The Olsens get confused and begin wrestling each other. It’s actually really fun and coordinated excellently. Colin enzuigiri’s Lyndon into an STO from Jimmy. Jake crossbody’s Jimmy. Jake and Dave hit stereo boots and knees to Colin’s head. Kendrick forearms Jake and sends Dave into him. Lyndon pops up Kendrick so he can double huracanrana the Airborne. The Olsens trip Aeroform to cut off their dives. Jake catches Jimmy with a boot from the floor. Colin dropkick the Airborne to the floor. Colin accidentally dives onto Dr. Col. Nolan Angus (the Olsens manager). The Olsens and Lyndon get sent into the crowd. Jake dives onto them from the floor. Dave and Kendrick Fozberry Flop onto all of them. Kendrick and Jake deliver chops once they’re back in the ring. Kendrick hits an enzuigiri. Jake and Jimmy knock each other down with stereo crossbody’s. Lyndon knee strikes Colin. Colin drops him with a swinging DDT. All six men recover and pair off. A series of pin attempts is traded after triple superkicks. Jimmy hits Jake with a hard right punch and dropkicks Dave on the top rope. Lyndon powerbombs Jimmy while Jimmy superplexes Dave. Colin, Kendrick and Jake hit triple dives which causes all three of them to get a two count. Colin and Jake trade chops. Colin pitches Jake to the floor. Lyndon springboard planchas onto Irish Airborne. Colin and Kendrick jockey for position. Kendrick finally delivers a package side piledriver. Kendrick delivers a shooting star senton. Jimmy drops Kendrick with the Overbomb. Dave blasts Jimmy with an enzuigiri. The Airborne hit the Irish Air Raid for the pin at 11:15. This was craziness from bell to bell; the good, entertaining type of craziness. All three teams were at their paramount during this match and the fans could not have been happier for the new champions. So tell me, why aren’t all of these teams getting more opportunities elsewhere? ***3/4
Sabu vs. Facade
Sabu comes out with some random dude in a suit. Façade rolls out of a single leg hold. Sabu goes for Façade’s arm. Façade uses the ropes to break. Sabu boots Façade to the corner. Façade flips over him in the corner and hits a pop-up leg lariat. Sabu pitches Façade to the floor. Sabu throws a chair right at his head for a two on the floor. Sabu applies a Camel Clutch in the ring. Façade grabs the ropes to break. Sabu delivers some strikes while his buddy sets up a table ringside. Sabu puts Façade on the table. Façade gets up and cuts off Sabu’s Asai moonsault. Façade kicks the inside of Sabu’s legs. Façade hits a leg lariat for two. A moonsault gets Façade a two count. Sabu throws Façade to the floor. Sabu grabs a chair in the ring. Façade walks the top rope and dropkicks the chair into Sabu’s face for two. Façade Arabian Presses a chair onto Sabu’s chest for two. Sabu rams a spike multiple times into Façade’s head. Façade rolls to the floor to escape. Sabu follows right after and continues to spike him. Sabu sets up a table in the ring. He hits Façade with a chair. Façade desperately low blows Sabu. He places Sabu on the table and goes to the apron with a face full of blood. He hits the table with a slingshot somersault senton, but the table doesn’t break. Sabu hits a chair assisted legdrop from the top rope through the table for the pin at 11:46. This was exactly what you would expect out of a Sabu match. He’s in shockingly good shape and moves quite well for a guy who has endured everything he has over the years. Façade was a good foil for him and must have loved wrestling his idol. **3/4
Rickey Shane Page vs. Vincent Nothing
Nothing breaks a lock-up in the corner. Page does the same. They try one-up another by locking up again, this time with both of them breaking it. Nothing rolls Pahe into a leg hold which Page quickly reverses. Nothing goes for an armbar, causing Page to put his foot on the ropes right away. Nothing escapes a headlock with a headlock. They block a series of each others maneuvers. They trip each other for a quick pin attempt. Nothing delivers a series of knee strikes. Page lays in a series of strikes. They block each others kicks and go face to face. Nothing knocks him down with a back elbow. He hits double knees and a facewash in the corner. Nothing hits many more facewash kicks for a two count. Page elbows Nothing in the corner. He hits a running knee strike and drags Nothing to the middle of the ring for two. Page goes for a chokeslam. Nothing grabs Page’s arm and applies a triangle choke. Page gets to the ropes but Nothing refuses to let go. Page brings Nothing to the floor. He finally stomps his way free. Page places a ladder against the guardrail. Nothing Irish whips Page into it. Nothing slams Page’s head between the ring post and the guardrail. Page fights up with knees and punches. He batters Nothing over and over with forearms to the upper back and head. A grouping of chairs is set up. Nothing goes for a suicide dive. Page flawlessly catches Nothing and Death Valley Driver’s him into the chairs. Page re-positions the chairs and places Nothing on them. Nothing moves as Page goes for a tope con hilo, causing Page to crash into the chairs himself. Page throws a chair at Nothing’s head. Nothing chops Page and drags him by his hair to the other side of the ring. Nothing pump-handle suplexes Page onto a ladder leaning against the guardrail. Nothing sets up a table ringside. Page hits a slingshot senton back in the ring for two. Page sets up a ladder on either side of the ladder and places bundles of light tubes on the rungs so that they lie above the table. Nothing kicks Page in the balls. He kicks Page’s arm multiple times. Page reigns down with forearms and slams Nothing on the ground. Page and Nothing brawl atop a ladder near Page’s set-up of doom. Page goes for a suplex. Nothing blocks and shoves Page through the light tubes and the table. Nothing looks remorseful of the act he’s committed. He throws Page back in the ring. Page somehow kicks out at two. Page begs for Nothing’s attack. Nothing lights him up with forearms and drops Page on his head with a German suplex for two. Nothing drops the eager Page with a Death Valley Michinoku Driver for two. Nothing and Page trade angry forearms and kicks to each other. Each guy hits a clothesline, knocking one another down. Page nails his signature rolling elbow for two. Nothing blocks another one with a boot. He drops Page with the 2-1-Sick (Nothing’s finisher) for two. Page hits an enzuigiri and two rolling elbows for two. Page then drops Nothing with the 2-1-Sick for the pin at 29:57. This could arguably be the best match in AIW history. They played a long video package of these two’s AIW’s career before the match and the commentators did a tremendous job explaining why this match was so important for each man to win. Page took so much and kept on going because it was just that crucial for him to defeat Nothing and wash away the image of Christian Faith forever. The twinge of remorse Nothing showed when he threw Page through the light tube/ladder/table contraption was brilliant, and Page using Nothing’s finishing move to end the match was icing on the cake. Everyone knew this was special the moment the match ended. ****1/4
Vincent Nothing says most people probably think that Faith In Nothing are back together after that match, but that isn’t the case. Nothing however puts Page over huge, and after that match, I can’t blame him. He calls him a brother, his best friend, and asks the fans to remember Rickey Shane Page. Page thanks Nothing for giving him the best five years of his life. He puts on his Christian Faith mask so he and Nothing can give the fans one last goodbye as Faith In Nothing.
Johnny Gargano (Champion) vs. Tim Donst
Donst earned this title shot by winning the Gauntlet for the Gold in February. Donst goes after Gargano’s arm early. Gargano armdrags him to the mat. Donst applies a pump-handle stretch. Donst grabs Gargano’s leg, but Gargano kicks Donst away to the ropes. They fight for control on the mat. They reach a stalemate. They roll out to the floor where overhand chops and forearms are thrown. Donst pokes Gargano in the eyes and slams his head into the ring apron. Gargano accidentally dives onto referee Jake Clemons. Gargano this time hits Donst with the suicide dive and a cannonball senton from the apron. In the ring, Gargano knee strikes Donst in the face. He delivers a reverse neckbreaker. Referee Jon Barber takes over and counts two. Donst suplexes Gargano onto his face. He delivers two gut-wrench suplexes for two. Donst grapevines his legs and pushes Gargano’s shoulders up. He drops Gargano to the mat and pins him for two. Gargano sends Donst to the floor with an enzuigiri. Gargano tries to crossbody him on the floor. Donst catches him and tosses Gargano into the crowd where he lands on empty chairs. Donst brings Gargano back to the bar area. Gargano punts Donst from a table. Donst drops Gargano with an STO through the table. They come back to the ring area. Gargano Irish whips Donst into a group of chairs. He places a trash can on Donst and throws two chairs at him. They head to ringside where Donst slams Gargano’s face into the ring apron. Gargano spears Donst on the ring apron. Donst delivers multiple elbows. He hits the ropes only to be caught with Gargano’s slingshot spear. Gargano goes for a superkick. Donst ducks and Gargano hits Jon Barber. Gargano suicide dives to the floor, but Donst catches him with an ace crusher. Donst drops him with a Gator Roll. Donst pins him but there’s no referee. One finally comes in and counts Gargano for two. Angry, Donst disposes of the referee with an STO. Referee Dave Dawson comes out. Donst and Gargano immediately toss him to the floor and go back to trading blows. Gargano blocks Donst’s bulldog with a superkick. He puts Donst in the Gargano Escape. Donst picks Gargano up and delivers a super Donstitution. All four referees recover and count two. Donst puts Gargano in the CHIKARA Special. Gargano kicks his way free. Donst delivers another STO and Gator Roll for two. Gargano delivers the Tower of London and the Hurts Donut for two. He puts Donst back in the Gargano Escape. Donst reverses into the CHIKARA special. Gargano gets the ropes. Gargano boots Donst in the face. He hits CIMA’s Perfect Driver for two. He hits the Hurts Donut again, and Donst kicks out at one! Gargano delivers a low superkick for two. The third Hurts Donut scores him the pin at 16:40. This was another war, with both men fighting tooth and nail to pick up the win. The referee gimmick was a unique touch and added a lot of drama to the match. This is proof that these are two of the most solid guys in wrestling today. ***1/2
Gargano says that Donst has earned the crowds respect and would be honored to meet him in an AIW ring again. As Gargano and Donst are preparing to leave, Shiima Xion’s music hits. Xion and the rest of Flexor Enterprises comes to ringside. Flexor says it’s time for him to defend the title against Xion, who’s cashing in his title shot he won at theTPI right now. Gargano kicks Xion to kick the match off.
Johnny Gargano (Champion) vs. Shiima Xion
Xion shoves Gargano into the guardrail. In the ring Xion hits a missile dropkick. Gargano and Xion trade superkicks. Xion goes for a crucifix driver. Gargano counters with a Finlay Roll. Xion traps Gargano in a crossface. Gargano goes for the ropes, but Xion rolls him back. Gargano rolls Xion up for two. Xion calls for a Shiranui. Gargano shoves him away. Xion comes out of the corner with a moonsault press. Gargano catches him with a dropkick. He lawn darts Xion and delivers the Hurts Donut. Flexor pulls referee Dave Dawson out of the ring. Tim Donst attacks Flexor but gets taken down by Chad Williams and Low Rider. Gargano helps Donst fight Flexor Industries off. Gargano brings Dawson back in the ring. Dawson however throws powder into Gargano’s eyes! Xion rolls up Gargano and Dawson fast counts him for the win at 3:21. What a crazy, unpredictable way to end the show. We now end AIW’s biggest show of the year with a big turn and the dominant heel group with the top title in tow. I honestly can’t wait to see how this plays out. N/R
Flexor Industries immediately bail to their limo outside. Donst is furious and tries to break his way into the limo to attack them. Gargano isn’t far behind. The limo speeds off into the night with Gargano and Donst behind it.