We are live on tape from Tampa, Florida and your announcers are Dusty ‘Finally, the Dream is Realized’ Rhodes and Byron ‘You don’t need a Ph.D. to listen to me’ Saxton.
Dusty and Byron talk about Justin Angel’s victory over Heath Slater from last month and then they talk about tonight’s rematch.
Match Number One: Caylen Croft with Trent Beretta versus Alberto Banderas
They lock up and Banderas backs Croft into the corner and Croft with a kick and punches. Banderas with a rana and then he is sent to the apron Banderas with a kick to the head followed by a cross body for a near fall. Banderas with a side head lock but Croft with a drop toe hold and Beretta hits Banderas from the floor. Croft with kicks to Banderas and then Croft points to the sky. Croft with a snap mare and a near fall. Croft with a side head lock. Banderas misses a drop kick but Croft hits one of his own and then hits a leg drop for a near fall. Croft with a sleeper followed by a forearm to the back and then Croft returns to the sleeper. Banderas with a jawbreaker followed by a running back elbow and a drop kick. Banderas with a slam and then he goes to the turnbuckles for a moonsault from the second turnbuckle but he lands on his feet when Croft moves. Banderas hits a German suplex and bridge for the three count.
Winner: Alberto Banderas
We get comments from Heath Slater wondering how Justin Angel feels about being so lucky when he won the title. He says that Justin’s nightmare will be his dream when he regains his FCW Title.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Darren Young and Percy Watson versus Vance Archer and Lennox McEnroe
Archer and Young start things off and Young with a side head lock. Archer with forearms and a shoulder tackle and both men go down. Archer with a forearm to the back followed by a punch to the head and a forearm to the back. Young blocks a hip toss and he kicks Archer. Young with a kick to Arch and then he puts Archer in an arm bar. Watson tags in and he hits a double sledge from the turnbuckles. Watson with an arm bar and he works on the arm. McEnroe hits Watson from the apron and Watson punches McEnroe. Archer with a big boot to Watson and then he slams Watson and hits a leg drop. Archer gets a near fall and a kick to the ribs. Archer with an Irish whip and then McEnroe is tagged in. McEnroe with a butterfly suplex for a near fall and then he connects with cross faces to Watson. McEnroe works on the neck. Watson with punches to McEnroe and a knee as Watson comes off the ropes. McEnroe with a reverse chin lock and Archer is tagged back in. Archer kicks Watson and slaps him in the head. Archer tries for a belly-to-back suplex but Watson escapes and tags in Young who gets a rollup. Archer sends Young into the turnbuckles but he misses a splash. Young kicks Archer in the corner followed by a running knee to the head and he gets a near fall but McEnroe breaks things up. Young clotheslines McEnroe over the top rope but Archer hits Young. Young with a kick and Watson is tagged in. They hit a double Death Valley Driver on Archer for the three count.
Winners: Darren Young and Percy Watson
After the match Young and Watson are interviewed by Jenny Cash. She asks them a question and Watson interrupts them and goes through their catchphrases. Watson says that they are here for the tag titles. He asks Jenny is she knows what he is saying and he asks her a few times.
Match Number Three: Dylan Klein versus Joe Hennig
They lock up and Hennig with a side head lock and a leg take down into a front face lock. Hennig works on the arm and Klein gets to the ropes. Klein with a punch but Hennig with a fireman’s carry into an arm bar. Hennig with a vintage leap frog and drop kick for a near fall. Hennig with an Irish whip but he misses a splash. Klein with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker and then he kicks Hennig and works on the ribs. Klein with a chin lock and then he pulls Hennig to the mat by the hair. Klein with a bear hug but Hennig with an elbow to get out of the hold. Klein with a knee and then he goes to an abdominal stretch as he continues to work on the ribs. Hennig stomps on Klein’s foot and escapes the hold with a hip toss. Hennig with a kick and he tries to slam Klein but Klein stops him. Hennig with clotheslines and a back elbow followed by a slam. Hennig with a leap frog neck snap and he gets a near fall. Hennig with a kick and Klein with an Irish whip. Hennig kicks Klein away but Klein gets Hennig up but Hennig escapes and hits the son of Perfectplex for the three count.
Winner: Joe Hennig
We go to an interview with Kaval. Saxton brings up his international experience. He mentions how he worked in Japan with Zero-One, All Japan, NOAH, and New Japan. He mentions his reign as IWGP Champion. Kaval talks about how he has a different take on how to deal with situations based on his experience. Saxton mentions that he has been out for about nine months and wonders if Kaval has what it takes. We go to commercial.
Match Number Four: Curt Hawkins versus Johnny Prime
They lock up and Prime with a fireman’s carry into an arm bar but Hawkins gets to the ropes. They lock up again and Prime with a wrist lock and a front face lock into an arm bar. Hawkins makes it to the ropes and then he goes to the apron to regroup. They lock up again and Prime backs Hawkins into the corner but Hawkins reverses the situation and he connects with a shoulder in the corner. Prime with arm drags into an arm bar. Prime is backed into the ropes and Hawkins slingshots him into the ropes followed by a suplex for a near fall. Hawkins with a kick to the head followed by a running back elbow. Hawkins chokes Prime in the ropes and then he puts Prime in a sleeper. Prime gets to his feet and he punches Hawkins but Hawkins with a drop kick for a near fall. Hawkins with a kick to the back followed by a swinging neck breaker for a near fall. Hawkins with a reverse chin lock into a sleeper with Hawkins getting on Prime’s back to add extra pressure. Hawkins is backed into the turnbuckles and Prime gets out of the hold. Prime with an elbow to Hawkins and then he hits a big boot. Prime with a Michinoku Driver for a near fall. Hawkins with an Implant DDT for the three count.
Winner: Curt Hawkins
Justin Angel responds to Heath Slater’s comments and he says that he might have gotten lucky but he won the match. He talks about how Slater was making excuses for his loss. He will show why he is the FCW champion and justify having his banner on the wall in the building.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Five: Justin Angel versus Heath Slater for the FCW Title
They lock up and Angel with an arm drag. They lock up again and Slater with a waist lock but Angel with a take down into a wrist lock but Slater gets to the ropes and Angel releases the hold. Slater with punches to Angel and then he applies a side head lock. Slater tries to escape but Angel holds on. Angel with a shoulder tackle and arm drag into an arm bar. Slater with a slam but Angel holds on to the arm bar. Slater with an Irish whip and Angel tries to float over but Slater catches him and sends Angel to the apron. Slater with a drop kick that sends Angel to the floor and Angel holds his arm. Slater slams the arm into the apron and then he punches Angel. Slater uses the guardrail to help him work on the arm before he returns to the ring for a near fall. Slater with a knee to the shoulder. We go to commercial.
We are back and Angel continues to work on the arm and then Angel hits a missile drop kick from the second turnbuckle and gets a near fall. Slater slams the arm to the mat on an arm wringer and he gets a near fall. Slater with a knee to the back of the head. Slater wraps the arm in the ropes and then he punches Angel. Angel with kicks to the back to try to get Slater to stop working on his arm. Slater with a hammer lock and then he drops a knee to the injured arm. Angel with a stunner but Slater with a kick to the knee. Slater gets another near fall. Slater with a kick to the chest and then he puts Angel in a key lock. Angel and Slater exchange punches. Angel with a back kick followed by a spin kick and a forearm. Angel with a splash into the corner and then he goes to the apron for a springboard cross body for a near fall. Angel with a forearm to Slater but Angel appears to reinjure his arm. That does not stop Angel from hitting a Blue Thunder Driver for a near fall. Slater with a hot shot followed by Sweetness for a near fall. Slater with kicks and then he tries for a power bomb but Angel counters with a sunset flip for a near fall. Slater misses a forearm into the corner and Angel goes up and hits the 450 splash for the three count.
Winner: Justin Angel
We go to credits.