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WWE NXT REPORT: MCINTYRE/ROLLINS; NATALYA; THE ASCENSION; CESARO/RILEY; AND MORE

By Richard Trionfo on 2012-07-26 22:01:50
We are live on tape from Orlando, Florida and your announcers are William ‘I would be a better GM than AJ’ Regal and Byron ‘I would be a better AW than Abraham Washington’ Saxton.

Match Number One: Bo Dallas and Derrick Bateman versus Johnny Curtis and Michael McGillicutty

Curtis and Dallas start things off and Dallas with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Michael tags in and he misses a punch and Bo with an atomic drop. Bateman tags in and he chops Michael. Bo tags in and they hit a double hip toss. Michael rolls to the floor and Bo follows.

Bo pulls Curtis off the apron and punches him but Michael with a baseball slide to Bo. Johnny tags in and he sends Bo back into the ring and punches him. Michael chokes Bo with his boot while the referee deals with Curtis. Michael tags in and Curtis with a back breaker and Michael gets a near fall.

Michael with a reverse chin lock but Bo gets to his feet and he punches Michael. Bo tries to make the tag but Michael stops him. Bo tries for a sunset flip but Johnny tags in and kicks Bo. Johnny with a European uppercut and he gets a near fall. Johnny works on Bo’s back and puts a knee at the base of the neck. Johnny with a knee to the midsection but he runs into an elbow.

Michael tries to stop the tag but he goes to the floor. Derrick tags in and he connects with a shoulder and clotheslines. Derrick with a drop kick to Johnny but he runs into an elbow. Derrick with a spike flapjack and swinging neck breaker for a near fall.

Bo knocks Michael out of the ring and Michael trips Derrick and Johnny with a Falcon Arrow for the three count.

Winners: Johnny Curtis and Michael McGillicutty

We go to commercial.

We are back and Jim Ross has joined Byron and William at the announce table.

Match Number Two: Antonio Cesaro with Aksana versus Alex Riley

They lock and Cesaro with a waist lock take down and he rubs his forearm against the back of Riley’s head. Cesaro with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Cesaro with a side head lock but Riley with a drop kick and sends Cesaro into the turnbuckles before climbing the turnbuckles for punches but Cesaro stops him but Riley with a DDT for a near fall.

Cesaro drops Riley on the top rope and he applies an abdominal stretch. Cesaro with a cravate and knees to the midsection. Riley with a few near falls but Cesaro with a knee. Cesaro with forearms in the corner and then he hits a running boot to the head.

Cesaro gets a near fall. Cesaro with a waist lock into a deadlift side salto and he gets a near fall. Riley with punches but Cesaro with a jawbreaker and he chokes Riley in the ropes. Cesaro returns to the abdominal stretch and he puts his leg over Riley’s head to make it a three in one. Riley escapes and hits a back body drop.

Riley with punches to Cesaro but Cesaro with an Irish whip. Cesaro misses a charge into the corner and Riley with clotheslines followed by a spinebuster. Riley gets Cesaro up for a TKO but Cesaro escapes. Aksana gets on the apron and Cesaro uses the distraction for a spinebuster. Cesaro with the Gotch Style Neutralizer for the three count.

Winner: Antonio Cesaro

We go to the interview area where Briley Pierce is with Kassius Ohno. Ohno asks Pierce about the fresh faces and athletic potential. Something is missing and that is the element of danger. Kassius says that the things he is capable of in the ring pales in comparison to what he is going to achieve. He says that he is a dangerous man. You better get to the ropes before something snaps. You better duck if you see him swinging. He says that he is the most dangerous man in sports entertainment. He says that he is going to inflict pain and enjoy it. He says that his name is Kassius and he hurts people.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Matt Striker is with Drew McIntyre. Matt asks Drew about things the critics are saying about his time being passed. Drew says that everyone keeps talking. He says that he has been guilty of that too. People have been talking about Seth Rollins, but the talking ends tonight.

Match Number Three: Natalya versus Sofia Cortez

They lock up and Natalya works on the arm but Sofia with a hammer lock. Natalya with a fireman’s carry into an arm bar. Sofia with a head scissors and Natalya escapes with a kip up. Natalya offers her hand and Sofia accepts but Natalya with a waist lock. Sofia with an arm drag and Natalya retreats to the ropes.

Sofia is sent into the turnbuckles and Natalya with a clothesline for a near fall. Natalya slams Sofia’s head into the mat and then she spanks her. Natalya with a Mexican surfboard and then Natalya pulls the hair and sends Sofia face first into the mat.

Natalya runs Sofia into the turnbuckles and then kicks her. Natalya runs into knees and Sofia with a drop kick. Sofia runs into a boot and Natalya with a near fall. Sofia with a rollup for a near fall. Natalya with a waist lock and she tries for an O’Connor Roll but Sofia kicks out. Sofia sends Natalya to the floor.

Natalya gets counted out.

Winner: Sofia Cortez by count out

After the match, Natalya attacks Sofia and applies the Sharpshooter before leaving.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Four: The Ascension (Conor O’Brian and Kenneth Cameron) versus Dante Dash and Garrett Dylan

Dash and O’Brian start things off and Conor pushes Dante aside and Conor punches Dylan off the apron. Conor blocks punches and he connects with a punch of his own. Dash tries for a kick but Conor blocks it. Conor sends Dash into his corner and Cameron tags in.

Cameron runs Dash into the corner and kicks him. Conor tags back in and he kicks Dash. Cameron tags back in and they hit snap elbow drops. Cameron chokes Dash with his boot and then Cameron and O’Brian hit a high low combination for the three count.

Winners: The Ascension

We go to commercial.

We are back with a Big E Langston video package. He says that he does not see his opponent as a challenge, but as a victim. He does not train for a fight. He trains to beat someone down. He says that time is money and he does not get paid by the hour. The world we know is about to change.

Jim Ross has returned to the announce table for the main event.

Match Number Five: Seth Rollins versus Drew McIntyre

They lock up and Drew backs Seth into the ropes and they break. Rollins with a waist lock and Drew gets to the ropes and Rollins releases the hold but Drew with an elbow. Drew with a double thrust to the throat to take Seth to the mat. Drew has a kick blocked and Rollins with a back heel sweep and gets a near fall.

Seth with a kick to the chest and he gets a near fall. Drew with a punch and then he stomps on the back of the head. Rollins escapes a slam attempt and he hits a drop kick or two. Rollins tries for another drop kick but he sees Drew holding the ropes and Rollins does a back flip. Rollins with a drop kick that sends Drew to the floor.

Rollins with a suicide dive onto Drew and we go to commercial.

We are back and Drew with a forearm and he tries for the Future Shock DDT but Rollins sends Drew into the corner and hits a back body drop. Each man tries for a clothesline and both men are down. Drew kips up and so does Rollins. Rollins with an enzuigiri.

Rollins with punches and a running drop kick. Rollins with the running forearm into the corner and then he hits a flatliner into the turnbuckles. Rollins with a back heel kick but Drew with a kick to the midsection. Rollins gets his foot in the ropes and avoids the Future Shock. Rollins with a rollup for a near fall. Rollins with a super kick to the head but he can only get a near fall.

Rollins goes up top but misses a Phoenix Splash but Rollins lands on his feet. McIntyre with a running boot to the head and he sets for the Future Shock and hits it and gets the three count.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

We go to credits.