In a dark match, Colin Cassady and Alexander Rusev defeated Kevin Hackman and Garrett Dylan when Cassady pinned Hackman after a big boot.
April 1, 2012 Episode
Your announcers are Chris Russo and William Regal.
New FCW General Manager Summer Rae, her assistant Rob Naylor, and Norman Smiley are in the ring and she brings out current FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins. Rollins talks about winning the title last week and he brings out a man who he feels should have a rematch, the former FCW Champion Mike Dalton. Dalton appreciates Rollins’ comments and before he can say anything else, two time former FCW Champion Leo Kruger comes out and he demands his rematch. Rollins points out that he had to beat three men to get to Kruger last week. Rollins suggests that the man he feels who should have the title match face the man who feels like he should get a rematch and the winner faces Rollins later tonight.
Summer likes the idea and she makes the matches.
Match Number One: Leo Kruger defeated Mike Dalton when Dalton tried to counter a sleeper with a rollup but Kruger dropped down and grabbed the rope for extra leverage.
Abraham Washington comes out and he introduces his newest clients, Jake Carter and Corey Graves.
Match Number Two: Corey Graves and Jake Carter (with Abraham Washington) defeated Bo Rotundo and Husky Harris after Washington hit Rotundo in the back of the leg with his cane and Graves applied a knee bar submission to become the new FCW Tag Team Champions.
In Summer Rae’s office, Summer talks to Raquel Diaz and then after she leaves, Antonio Cesaro comes in to talk about a match with Richie Steamboat for the Jack Brisco 15 Championship, but it will be a twenty minute match. Cesaro tries to get on Summer’s good side.
Match Number Three: Seth Rollins defeated Leo Kruger to retain the FCW Florida Heavyweight Championship after hitting two Avada Kedavras. Kruger appeared to have injured Rollins’ ankle and the medical official was going to stop the match, but Rollins refused to give up. Kruger worked on Rollins’ ankle through most of the match.
April 8, 2012 Episode
Your announcers are Chris Russo and William Regal.
Match Number One: Kenneth Cameron (with Conor O’Brian) versus Byron Saxton goes to a No Contest. During the match, the lights went out and O’Brian entered the ring with Cameron and they stood over Saxton who laid motionless until Cameron and O’Brian left the ring and the lights went back on.
Match Number Two: Paige and Rick Victor (with Sofia Cortez) defeated Audrey Marie and Aiden English when Victor pinned English after two European uppercuts. During the match, Raquel Diaz came out and attacked Audrey and they fought out of the building.
Seth Rollins comes out and he talks about how he fought through an ankle sprain to defeat Leo Kruger. He then talked about Mike Dalton and how he still deserves a title match. He also mentions that the winner of the match between Richie Steamboat and Antonio Cesaro also could warrant consideration for a title match.
Summer is with James Bronson in her office and she talks about his match next week against Dean Ambrose and how it is a tap out match where you can only win by submission. William Regal then enters the office and Dean Ambrose is following closely behind. Regal sees Ambrose and he makes some comments to Ambrose before leaving.
Kassius Ohno comes out to the interview/promo area and he talks about the FCW 15 Title, but he also talks about how it is good if you can wrestle for fifteen minutes, but he can knock someone out with one shot.
Chris Russo leaves the announce table and goes to the back.
WWE Hall of Fame Announcer Jim Ross comes out and joins William Regal at the announce table for the main event of this week’s show.
Match Number Three: Richie Steamboat retained the FCW Jack Brisco 15 Championship when Steamboat and Antonio Cesaro wrestled to a 1-1 draw in a match with a twenty minute time length. Cesaro got the first fall with a cradle front piledriver with approximately fourteen minutes left. Steamboat tied the match with a rollup out of a head scissors take down with approximately two minutes left. Cesaro appeared to have the match won after hitting Swiss Death with about ten seconds left, but the impact of the move sent Steamboat to the floor and Cesaro could not get Steamboat back into the ring in time.
After the match, while Steamboat celebrated his victory, Cesaro attacked Steamboat with a drop kick.
April 15, 2012 Episode
Your announcers are Chris Russo, William Regal, and Jim Ross.
Match Number One: Xavier Woods, Jason Jordan, and CJ Parker defeated Brad Maddox and FCW Tag Team Champions Corey Graves and Jake Carter (with Abraham Washington) when Woods pins Carter after hitting a sliding Flatline.
Match Number Two: Mike Dalton defeated Sakamoto with an Impaler DDT.
Match Number Three: Raquel Diaz defeated Audrey Marie to retain the FCW Divas Championship with a rollup and a handful of tights.
Match Number Four: Big E Langston defeated Jiro with the Big Ending.
Match Number Five: Kassius Ohno defeated Benicio Salazar with a forearm
Match Number Six: Dean Ambrose defeated James Bronson in a Tap Out Challenge when Ambrose made Bronson tap out to the Regal Stretch. While Ambrose applied the Regal Stretch, Regal got up from the announce table and walked to the back.
After the match, Ambrose goes through the curtains to the back and he cuts a promo about Regal.
Sean Waltman was at the tapings. Also at the tapings was Saraya Knight, Paige’s mother, who is scheduled for the SHIMMER tapings this weekend.