Match Number One: Lucky Cannon versus Brodus Clay
They lock up and Clay backs Lucky into the corner and they have a clean break. They lock up again and Clay with another clean break. They lock up one more time and Clay wants to punch Cannon but Lucky moves and he punches Clay. Lucky tries for a cross body but Clay catches him and sends Lucky to the apron. Lucky goes up top and hits a double sledge. Clay blocks a shot into the turnbuckles but Cannon kicks Clay in the hamstring and then he kicks him one more time for good measure. Cannon dives into the front of the knee to take Clay down. Cannon tries for a clothesline from behind but Clay somehow senses what Cannon is doing and he moves out of the way. Clay with an Exploder suplex followed by a forearm to the back and then he stands on Cannon’s back. Clay with a forearm to the back and Cannon falls into the ring. Clay with a chop and Irish whip followed by a running back elbow. Clay with a diving head butt to the side of the head. Cannon with a kick but it has no impact. Clay with a head butt and then he applies a nerve hold.
Clay with a forearm to the back followed by an Irish whip but Cannon with an elbow. Clay tries for a splash in the ropes but Cannon moves out of the way. Cannon with forearms that have no effect and then Clay with a back fist and Cannon goes down. Clay with a giant swing to Cannon. Clay goes to the turnbuckles for the Vader Bomb but Cannon moves out of the way and gets to the apron. When Clay realizes that Cannon has moved, Cannon hits a round kick that knocks Clay off the turnbuckles. Cannon gets a near fall. Clay with a nerve hold to the throat followed by a choke slam for the three count.
Winner: Brodus Clay
Matt talks about the main event between Percy Watson and Husky Harris in a Bunkhouse Match.
Matt also mentions Johnny Curtis’ condition.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Ashley Valance is in the interview area with Conor O’Brian. She asks what is in the future for Conor. He says that he is the future. What you are looking at is the future of FCW. Conor O’Brian. He says that when you look behind him, you see champions. Men who made sacrifices. He says that he is going to do it with Public Displays of Violence. That is kicking, punching, gnawing, ripping, and clawing. It is anything that needs to be done to get to the top. He gets back to the original question and he says that the future is the FCW Title.
Match Number Two: Titus O’Neill and Shad Gaspard versus Eli Cottonwood and Jackson Andrews
Shad and Andrews start off and Andrews with a kick and forearms. Andrews backs Shad into the corner and he connects with an elbow. Andrews with an Irish whip but Shad with an elbow and then he connects with a drop kick to the knee. Shad with a punch to the head followed by a kick to the head. Shad tries to slam Andrews but he cannot get Andrews up. Andrews with a forearm and then hits a side slam. Andrews gets Shad up for a slam but Shad gets out of the hold and he clips Andrews. O’Neill tags in and they snap mare Andrews and gets a near fall.
O’Neill with punches to Andrews but Andrews with a double sledge to the back and a forearm to the back. Titus with punches but Jackson with a forearm to the back. Andrews with a back elbow to the head in the corner and Eli is tagged in. Eli punches Shad on the apron and then he connects with a back elbow to O’Neill. Eli kicks Titus in the ribs while Shad argues with the referee. Eli with a bear hug and he sends Titus into the turnbuckles. Eli misses a running boot into the corner and Shad and Andrews tag in. Shad with punches and a shoulder tackle but Andrews stays on his feet. After a third shoulder tackle sends Andrews off the ropes, Shad is able to slam Andrews. Shad knocks Eli off the apron but Andrews connects with a forearm. Titus makes the blind tag and they hit the high-low for the three count.
Winners: Shad Gaspard and Titus O’Neill
We go to commercial.
We are back and Ashley is in the interview area with Brad Maddox. Ashley tells Brad that last week’s comments were inappropriate. Brad points out that he is a professional dating coach and nothing he says is inappropriate. Brad tells Ashley that there is someone in the crowd staring at her the entire night. Brad tells the people to shut up while he is speaking. Brad says that it is because he has no idea how to communicate with members of the opposite sex. Brad says that he is always right.
Match Number Three: Maxine versus Kaitlyn
They lock up and Maxine works on the arm. Kaitlyn reverses and hits a fireman’s carry and puts Maxine in an arm bar. Maxine with a punch but Kaitlyn with a slam for a near fall. Maxine charges at Kailtyn again and Kaitlyn with another slam. Maxine with a kick but Kaitlyn with a hip toss and clothesline. Maxine with an Irish whip but she charges into an elbow. Kaitlyn with a sunset flip for a near fall. Maxine with an inside cradle for the three count.
We go to commercial.
We are back and before we have a match between Derrick Bateman and Byron Saxton, we see footage from last week when Byron and FCW Champion Mason Ryan attacked Bateman’s tag team partner Johnny Curtis.
Mason Ryan makes his way to the announce table before our next match to watch the match.
Match Number Four: Byron Saxton versus Derrick Bateman
Bateman charges at Saxton and he kicks and punches Saxton while Byron tries to fight back. Saxton charges at Bateman but Bateman with a take down. Saxton gets to the ropes and then he goes to the floor. The referee holds Bateman back but Bateman goes to the floor. They return to the ring and Saxton with a kick and forearms to the back. Bateman with a flying clothesline followed by a short arm clothesline and he gets a near fall. Bateman with a slam and a knee drop for a near fall. Bateman punches Saxton and the referee warns him. Bateman with another punch to Saxton but Saxton with a punch and he tries to send Bateman to the floor but Bateman reverses things and he throws Saxton to the floor.
Byron with a forearm to Bateman and then he pulls Bateman over the apron and he sends Bateman into the metal frame of the ring. Saxton tells the referee to count faster as Bateman staggers to get back into the ring. Saxton knocks Bateman off the apron with a knee and the referee restarts his count.
Saxton returns Bateman into the ring and he gets a near fall. Saxton with a forearm to Bateman in the corner and the referee warns him. The referee checks on Bateman since he is having trouble getting back to his feet. Saxton with a knee and a face plant for a near fall. Saxton with a forearm to the back and then Saxton with a belly-to-back suplex for a near fall. Saxton with a reverse chin lock but Bateman gets to his feet. Saxton with an Irish whip but he misses a splash into the corner when Bateman moves. Bateman with a punch after he blocks punches from Saxton. Saxton with a kick but Bateman with a flying clothesline. Bateman misses a drop kick but he hits a swinging neck breaker but Saxton kicks out.
Bateman moves when Saxton charges into the corner and then he hits a side Russian leg sweep into the turnbuckles. Derrick goes up top but Saxton crotches him. Saxton with a boot to the head and Derrick goes down. Saxton with a Side Effect out of a full nelson for the three count.
Winner: Byron Saxton
We go to commercial.
Match Number Five: Percy Watson versus Husky Harris in a Come as you are Bunkhouse Match
Harris tries to go for the leg and then he tries for a clothesline but Watson avoids it and he connects with forearms and punches. Watson with an elbow to the back of the head and he gets a near fall. Watson with more forearms to the back and then he slams Harris’ knee into the mat. Watson continues to work on the leg and then he hits a drop kick for a near fall. Watson continues to work on the leg and ankle. Watson sends Harris into the turnbuckles and he connects with shoulders in the corner. Harris with an Irish whip and then Watson with a facebuster that sends Harris to the floor. Watson misses a baseball slide and Harris with a kick and DDT on the floor. We go to commercial while Harris tries for a cover on the floor but the referee reminds him that the pinfalls have to take place in the ring.
We are back and Harris appears to be in control of the match. Harris takes off his belt and it is time for some whipping and he hits Watson in the back with his belt. Harris continues to whip Watson and then he gets a near fall. Harris kicks Watson in the ribs and gets a near fall. Harris throws Watson to the floor and then he gets the belt again and he whips Watson in the back a few more times. Harris slams Watson’s head into the apron and then he stands on Watson’s face. Harris with more punches and knees to Watson as he chokes Percy on the guardrail.
They return to the ring and Harris gets a near fall. Harris with a suplex as he continues to work on Percy’s back. Harris gets the belt back and he whips Watson more in the back. Harris wraps the belt around Watson’s head as he works on the neck. Harris with another slam to Watson and then he tries for the back senton splash but Watson rolls out of the way. Watson with punches to Harris followed by a drop kick and flying forearm. Watson with a flying elbow and both men are down.
Watson with a kick followed by the floatover DDT but Harris kicks out at two. Watson misses a charge in the corner and Harris with a belly-to-belly suplex for a two count. Harris with punches to Watson and then Harris rolls to the floor to get a chair. Harris throws a chair into the ring and Watson is not able to take advantage of the chair sitting in the ring. However, Watson is able to hit a drop kick into the chair and Harris is down. Watson gets the chair and he puts it on top of Harris and hits the twisting Oh Yeah Splash for the three count.
Winner: Percy Watson
We go to credits.