We see footage from the last three weeks when Richie Steamboat defeated Damien Sandow to become the new FCW 15 Champion. We then see Richie Steamboatâ€™s comments about his rematch with Sandow followed by his unprovoked attack on Damien Sandow when Sandow politely requested his spotlight.
The announcers talk about their picks for the FCW 15 Title Match, which is the main event for this week.
Match Number One: Corey Graves versus CJ Parker
Parker with a hammer lock but Graves with a side head lock take down. Parker with a head scissors and Graves escapes. Graves with a waist lock take down but Parker escapes. Graves with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Parker with a monkey flip and Japanese arm drag followed by a drop toe hold into an arm bar.
Parker works on the arm and applies an arm bar. Graves with a forearm and Parker tries to float over in the corner but Graves with a punch to the midsection. Graves gets a near fall and punches Parker before returning to the arm. Graves with a kick to the arm and ribs and then he returns to the arm bar and he takes Parker to the mat and stays with the arm bar. Graves uses the ropes for extra leverage but the referee does not see it the first time. He catches him a second time.
Graves gets a near fall and he returns to the arm and he takes Parker back to the mat. Parker with a kip up but Graves pulls him back to the mat by the hair. Parker with a punch and chops. Parker with a sunset flip for a near fall. Graves works on the shoulder but Parker with a rollup for a near fall. Graves with an arm wringer but Parker sends Graves to the mat. Parker with a cross body and punches. Parker with a drop kick that sends Graves into the turnbuckles and he hits a running knee into the corner.
Parker misses a cannonball when Graves moves and then Graves rolls Parker up and applies a leg lock and Parker taps out.
Winner: Corey Graves
We go to Dr. Bronson and his patient this week is Dean Ambrose. James says that Dean has an obsession with being the best in the world and it is something to be admired. Bronson says that Dean has an obsession with William Regal. James asks Dean for his thoughts on Regal. Dean wonders if James really needs to know. He says that Regal couldnâ€™t beat him again. He has mastered every move that Regal knows and he has mastered all of his tricks. James interrupts and tells Dean that he needs some time and we go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Seth Rollins versus Rick Victor
Rollins leap frogs Victor and then connects with a clothesline and elbow. Rollins with a running drop kick and then he sets for the running forearm into the corner and connects. Rollins with a flatline into the turnbuckles and he sets for Avada Kedavra but Victor gets to the floor.
Rollins sets for a dive to the floor but Victor moves before Rollins can take flight. Rollins goes after Victor on the floor but Rick with a knee and suplex on the floor. Rollins sets for the running European uppercut to Rollins but Rollins moves and Victor hits the ring steps. Rollins tries for a springboard move but Victor kicks the ropes and Rollins falls to the mat.
Rollins and Victor exchange chops and Rollins works on the arm that Victor hit the ring steps with earlier in the match. Victor gets a near fall. Victor with a chop and uppercut. Victor with kicks followed by a suplex and he gets a near fall. Victor with a quarter nelson and chin lock.
Rollins tries to get to his feet but Victor brings him back to the mat. Victor with a neck breaker and he gets a near fall. Rollins punches Victor and then he tries for the running forearm but Victor moves out of the way and he sends Rollins into the ropes.
Victor pulls Rollins up but he lands on his feet and hits an enzuigiri and both men are down. Victor blocks a super kick and he gets a near fall. Victor with a flying Canadian lifter and Rollins flips in the air.
Rollins gets his knees up when Victor tries for a running Canadian Lifter into the corner. Rollins sends Victor shoulder first into the turnbuckles. Rollins with the curb stomp for the three count.
Winner: Seth Rollins
After the match, we see a woman sitting by the cameras and Rollins takes a look at her.
We go to Dr. Bronsonâ€™s office and this time the doctor is on the couch with Dean asking the questions. Dean says that this is a giant waste of time to get into his head. Ambrose says that Bronson is good at making some big nasty guys tap out. He mentions what James has done in the cage before and with some positive thinking, he could make anyone in FCW tap out.
James says that Dean makes sense and he can make anyone tap out. James says that the person he wants to see tap out is Dean Ambrose.
Dean says that will not happen and he has to go to the ring for his match.
We go to commercial with James ready to apply some make up.
Match Number Three: Sakamoto versus Dean Ambrose
Sakamoto pushes Ambrose and Ambrose pushes back. Ambrose with a side head lock take down and he works on the wrist and he takes Sakamoto down and gets to the ropes. Ambrose runs his elbow across Sakamotoâ€™s face. Sakamoto with a running clothesline into the corner and he hits a suplex.
Sakamoto punches Ambrose and he works on the neck with overhead chops. Sakamoto with chops to Ambrose but Ambrose with punches followed by a lariat. Ambrose tries for a suplex but Sakamoto lands on his feet. After some reversals, Ambrose with a knee to the midsection and then he hits a knee trembler and applies the Regal Stretch while Ambrose looks at Regal.
Winner: Dean Ambrose
After the match, Ambrose stares at Regal at the announce table and we see the look on Regalâ€™s face.
Summer Rae and Rob Naylor make their way to the ring and she wants to talk to Dean but Dean wonâ€™t have any of it. He walks out of the ring. Summer look at Regal as we go to commercial.
Match Number Four: Big E Langston versus Jason Jordan
They lock up and Jordan gets away from Langston. Langston with knees to the upper chest followed by a forearm and running shoulder tackle. Jordan goes to the apron and Langston brings him back in with a delayed vertical suplex. Langston goes for the splash but Jordan gets his knees up. Langston charges into the corner and Jordan tries for a sunset flip but Jordan does not move him.
Jordan with a blockbuster for a near fall. Langston catches Jordan and hits the Big Ending for the three count.
Winner: Big E Langston
Raquel Diaz is in the interview area and she talks about her loyal subjects. She says that everything is perfecto except for her banner. She will prove that she will stay at the top of the totem pole. She will defend the title against two Divas.
We go to commercial.
We are back and before our main event, Damien Sandow interrupts Caylee Turnerâ€™s introduction. He demands the lights go out and his spotlight come up. He says that justice has a way of coming out on top in the end. He says that he was recently robbed of his title by Richie Steamboat. He says that he was brutally assaulted and kicked in the face last week. Justice will prevail and he will win the title back from Richie Steamboat and at the expense of the Steamboat legacy.
Match Number Five: Richie Steamboat versus Damien Sandow in a Jack Briscoe 15 Championship Match
Sandow goes to the floor and he brings a chair to the ring and the referee warns him. The referee takes the chair and Steamboat gets a near fall with a rollup. Steamboat with a punch and then he sends Sandow shoulder first into the turnbuckles. Steamboat continues to work on the arm and slams it into the mat and gets a near fall. Steamboat with a key lock.
Sandow with a shoulder and elbow in the corner. Steamboat with a chop and punch. Steamboat with an Irish whip and back body drop for a near fall. Steamboat with a La Magistral for a near fall followed by an arm drag into an arm bar. Sandow with an arm drag but Steamboat holds on to the arm bar. Sandow gets to the ropes and Steamboat releases the hold.
Steamboat with an arm drag into an arm bar. Steamboat with a key lock. Sandow with a head scissors but Steamboat escapes. Steamboat with a punch and he gets a near fall. Steamboat with an elbow drop to the arm followed by a knee to the arm and he gets a near fall.
Sandow escapes and he tries to slam Steamboat but Richie esacpes. Steamboat sets for a super kick but Sandow goes to the floor. Steamboat with a baseball slide and Steamboat sends Sandow into the ring and Richie with a chop to the head from the turnbuckles for a near fall.
Steamboat with an arm bar as he continues to work on the arm to weaken Sandow. We go to commercial.
We are back and we are almost at the halfway point of the match and Steamboat continues to work on the arm. Sandow tries to get to the ropes and then Sandow sends Steamboat into the ropes to get free. Sandow with punches to Steamboat.
Sandow with a full nelson and he sends Steamboatâ€™s head into the turnbuckles. Sandow kicks Steamboat to the floor and Sandown bows for the fansâ€™ approval.
Sandow sends Steamboatâ€™s head into the apron and then he connects with an elbow across the upper chest. Sandow rubs Steamboatâ€™s forehead across the ring steps. Sandow pulls Steamboat back into the ring and gets a near fall.
Sandow with a modified Cobra Clutch and he gets a near fall. Sandow with a jackknife cover for a near fall and then he rolls Steamboat over and gets a near fall. Sandow with another rollup for a near fall. Sandow with a full nelson but Steamboat is able to send Sandow into the turnbuckles instead. Steamboat with a forearm that sends Sandow to the apron.
Steamboat suplexes Sandow from the apron and gets a near fall. Steamboat with a jackknife cover for a near fall. Steamboat with a running forearm and he hits a running elbow into the corner followed by a flying clothesline for a near fall.
Steamboat goes up top with about two and a half minutes left in the match and Sandow avoids him. Sandow with a kick but Steamboat hits the wrap around clothesline but can only get a two count. Sandow with a pump handle elbow drop driver and both men are down. Sandow rolls on top of Steamboat but can only get a two count.
We approach the final minute of the match and Sandow hits a Northern Lights suplex for a near fall. Sandow tries for a sunset flip but Steamboat drops down and gets a near fall. Sandow with a near fall of his own. Sandow with the Silencer for a near fall.
Sandow tries to figure out what to do in the final thirty seconds and he punches Steamboat and connects with shoulders. Sandow with punches and kicks in the corner. Sandow with an Irish whip and Steamboat floats over and hits a super kick but time runs out.
Winner: Richie Steamboat due to tie, champion retains the title
We go to credits.
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