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WWE NXT REPORT: KASSIUS OHNO MAKES A STATEMENT; BIG E LANGSTON RAISES IT TO FIVE; SETH ROLLINS DOES SOMETHING LOGICAL WHEN CONFRONTED BY AN OPPONENT; WHERE'S TRENT; AND KIDD/MCGILLICUTTY IN THE MAIN EVENT

By Richard Trionfo on 2012-09-13 19:34:52
We are live on tape from Winter Park, Florida and your announcers are William ‘Does Rollins College have a champion named Full Sail’ Regal and Byron ‘Get your Rosh Hashanah cards’ Saxton.

Match Number One: Kenneth Cameron (with Conor O’Brian) versus Jey Uso (with Jimmy Uso)

Cameron charges at Uso but Jey gets out of the way. Cameron with a waist lock take down. Jey with a waist lock take down on Cameron and Cameron appears to like it. They lock up and they exchange forearms while locked up. Cameron with a shoulder tackle but Jey sends Cameron over the top rope to the floor. Cameron returns to the ring and Jey with an elbow and back body drop.

Jey runs into a boot from Cameron and Jey goes down. Cameron slams Jey’s head into the mat and then he connects with knees to the back and he chokes Jey in the ropes. Cameron with a punch for a near fall. Cameron with a body scissors and chin lock. Cameron with a reverse chin lock.

Jey backs Cameron into the corner and then he escapes with a snap mare. Cameron with an uppercut but Jey retuns fire. Cameron hip tosses a charging Uso into the turnbuckles and Jey’s head hits the mat awkwardly. Cameron with a near fall. Cameron with kicks to the back and he punches Uso in the head. Cameron misses a leaping knee drop but he sends Uso to the mat again as he tries to work on the neck.

Cameron with a slam to Jey and then he misses an elbow drop when Jey moves out of the way. Jey with a savate kick and uppercut to Cameron. Uso with a twisting forearm to Cameron. O’Brian trips Jey on the running butt splash attempt and Cameron with a suplex for a near fall while Jimmy takes care of O’Brian on the floor.

Jey with a leaping savate kick for the three count.

Winner: Jey Uso

After the match, the Usos celebrate in the crowd.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Dusty Rhodes is talking to Rob Naylor about some new Divas when Rick Victor storms into the office. Rick says that Dusty knows what he is capable of and he is capable of beating Seth Rollins.

Dusty says being a contender is one thing and showing him is another thing. Dusty says that he does not give away title matches. He wants Rick to prove it to him.

Match Number Two: Big E Langston versus Chad Baxter

They lock up and Langston with a knee to the midsection and forearms to the back. Batxter with punches but Langston does not go over on a sunset flip. Langston picks up Baxter and throws him into the corner. Langston with shoulders in the corner and then he sends Baxter into the turnbuckles a few more times. Langston with a back breaker and then he picks Baxter up again for a second and third time. Langston with a running body block and Baxter is down and it does not look like he wants to or will be able to get up.

Langston gets Baxter up for the Big Ending and hits it to get the three count.

Winner: Big E Langston

After the match, Langston stands over Baxter and picks him up. Langston with another Big Ending and he makes his own five count. Langston looks around while the fans chant one more time.

Langston says that a three count is normal. He says that he is not normal. From now on, his opponents will feel the pain, the agony of not getting up from the five count.

Langston looks around and the fans want one more Big Ending and Big E is not going to disappoint the people at Full Sail and he gives himself the five count.

Kassius Ohno is in the back and he says that when he got to NXT, he warned everyone that he is a dangerous man. Richie Steamboat found out the hard way. No one else seems to get it. Next week, we will have the first ever Kassius Ohno sparring session. If you don’t know how dangerous he is now, you will then.

We go to commercial.

We are back with a ‘Where’s Trent’ video package. For six months, Trent has been missing, lost, and isolated. His body has been damaged. His presence forgotten. Now with a new inspiration, a new determination, and a new focus, he will show why Trent Baretta will not be forgotten. Trent is asked if he wants to wrestle next week and he says okay.

Match Number Three: Garrett Dylan versus Damien Sandow

Before the match, Sandow begs everyone’s indulgence for a moment. He says that he is here to help all of us. He is on NXT in an effort to further his crusade for our enlightenment. Although he was scheduled to compete, he will give Garrett Dylan the opportunity to sit at ringside and listen to a lecture that he has prepared for everyone. For the sake of everyone’s enlightenment and Garrett’s well being, he hopes that Garrett will exercise that option.

Dylan does not want to listen to the lecture so we have a match.

They lock up and Sandow with a punch when the referee was not looking when trying to separate the men. Sandow with punches and kicks to Dylan followed by a snap mare and leaping knee drop for a near fall. Sandow with an Irish whip but he misses a splash into the corner and Dylan with a rollup for a near fall.

Sandow with a punch and head butt. Sandow with shoulders in the corner and then he sends Dylan to the mat. Sandow rakes his boot across the face. Dylan with punches but Sandow with a kick and punch. Dylan with a flying shoulder tackle and running clothesline for a near fall.

Sandow with a shoulder to the midsection followed by a side Russian leg sweep rolled through for the Elbow of Disdain and he connects. Sandow with knees to the chest followed by the straightjacket neck breaker and the three count.

Winner: Damien Sandow

After the match, Sandow with the cartwheel of intellectual dominance. The fans want another one but Sandow refuses and then he bows on the stage.

Briley Pierce is with the NXT Champion Seth Rollins. Briley asks Seth about the number one contender match. Seth says that it does not matter when, where, or who. Friend or foe, he will fight anybody for the NXT Title.

Rick Victor enters the interview area and he says that it is easy to say that you will fight anyone any time when you are protected. Rick says that Seth probably doesn’t know his name and Seth says that Rick is right. Victor slaps Seth and walks away.

Seth says that he knows who Rick Victor is and Rick has jumped to the top of his list.

We go to commercial.

We are back with the Raw Rebound.

Seth Rollins enters Dusty’s office and he wants to know if Dusty saw Rick slap him in the face. Dusty tells Seth to relax. Seth tells Dusty that he wants a match next week against Rick and if he does not get the match, he will not be responsible for what he does to Rick.

Dusty says that he knows what Seth is talking about because he has been there before. If Seth wants a match, he will get a match.

We go to commercial.

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

Match Number Four: Tyson Kidd versus Michael McGillicutty in a Number One Contender Match

Kidd with a waist lock and Michael tries for a standing switch but he is able to escape instead. They lock up and Kidd with a side head lock and take down. Michael with a head scissors and Kidd rolls through to escape and he applies an arm bar but Michael gets to the ropes and Kidd releases the hold.

Michael goes to the apron to stop Kidd’s momentum. Michael with an arm bar and wrist lock. Kidd uses the ropes to escape with a back drop into a key lock. Michael gets to the ropes and Kidd releases the hold again. They lock up and Michael with a side head lock and take down. Kidd escapes and he hits a drop kick that forces Michael to the floor to stop Kidd’s offense.

Michael gets back into the ring and he kicks Tyson after a knuckle lock. Michael with a punch and we go to commercial.

We are back and Michael is in control and he punches Kidd in the head. Michael with a near fall on Kidd before he pulls at the face. Michael with a reverse chin lock. Kidd gets to his feet and he connects with an arm drag and then he gets a near fall with a sunset flip. Michael misses a clothesline but he does not miss with one to the back of the head but he can only get a two count. Michael with a forearm across the side of the head.

Kidd rolls to the corner and Michael with kicks to Kidd. Kidd with punches but Michael with a knee. Michael with a hard Irish whip to Kidd and Michael gets a near fall. Michael with a kick to Tyson and he tries to suplex Kidd into the ring from the apron. Kidd blocks it and Tyson with an enzuigiri.

Kidd with kicks to the leg and then one to the head. Kidd with a back heel kick and a drop kick to the head for a near fall. Kidd misses a back heel kick when Michael holds on to the ropes. Kidd with a baseball slide to Michael on the floor. Kidd goes to the apron but Michael moves. Kidd with a running kick to the chest and Michael goes down.

Kidd rolls Michael back into the ring and Kidd goes for the springboard elbow drop but Michael gets his knees up and Kidd favors his elbow. Michael sets for the Perfectplex but Kidd is able to kick out. Michael with another near fall. Michael goes to the apron and he shows some more frustration. Michael goes up top but he takes too long and Kidd crotches Michael on the top turnbuckle. Kidd hits a rana off the turnbuckles but Michael is able to kick out at two. Michael with a jawbreaker and Michael tries for a belly-to-back suplex but Kidd lands on his feet. Kidd misses an enzuigiri but Michael does not miss the running snap neck breaker and he gets the three count.

Winner: Michael McGillicutty

We go to credits.