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By Mike Johnson on 2011-12-03 23:59:00
CZW Junior Heavyweight champion Sami Callihan vs. AR Fox. 

Callihan charged out of his corner with a big stiff boot to the face.  He worked over Fox and whipped him hard into turnbuckles.  Fox fired back with a chop but Callihan nailed him and ran him into the corner.  Sami missed a charge and was hit with a leaping forearm.  Fox placed him on the buckles and after a back and forth, kicked him back into the ring.

Fox went for a moonsault so Sami rolled out of the ring.  Fox dove over the ropes with a big dive to the floor, wiping out Sami.   Fox went for a move off the apron but Sami kicked him in the legs.  He chopped Fox on the floor and tossed him back into the ring.  Fox was drilled with several forearms.  He fired back with his own.  They battled back and forth, with Sami drilling Fox down to the mat with a shot.  Sami covered him for a two count.

Sami nailed him with a death valley driver and slung himself off the ropes for a splash, covering Fox for a two count.   Fox and Sami battled back and forth.  Callihan went for a kick but Fox grabbed his leg and suplexed him for a two count.   He nailed a slingshot guillotine legdrop to Sami then charged with a running boot to the face.

Fox came off the top with a flying legdrop while Sami was hanging half out the ring.  He brought Callihan in for a two count and locked him in a sleeper.  Callihan fought his way out.  They battled over a suplex but neither man could get it.   They went back and forth reversing moves but Fox finally nailed a suplex variation, twisting as he dropped him.  Fox scored a two count.

Callihan missed a charge and was kicked from behind.  Fox went for a springboard move but was kicked in the face.  Sami  threw him over the top but Fox landed on the apron.  Sami set  him up on the top rope and clotheslines him to the floor, then hit a dive into a forearm smash.

Callihan flipped Fox over the rail into the front row.  He charged to dive but was kicked in the face.  Fox went to dive off the rail but was caught and suplexed into the corner of the apron, landing rudely on the floor. 

Callihan went for a dive but Fox jumped into a kick, taking him out.  Callihan drilled him with several punches but was nailed and hit with a cutter while he was half-through the ropes.  He went back to the floor, where Fox nailed the craziest dive over the top I've seen since RVD in his prime.  He then nailed a running flip dive over the ringpost to the floor.

 Fox whipped Sami into the rail.  He nailed Sami off the apron and went for a springboard standing 450 but Callihan moved and Fox hit the railing.  Sami whipped Fox into the ringpost.   Callihan killed Fox with a pair of stiff boots in the ring, then nailed a third.  Fox nailed a neckbreaker in a desperation move.

Callihan cut him off on the top and went for a superplex.   Fox fought him off and nailed an awesome swanton, then went back up for a Frog Splash.  Callihan kicked up at the last second.    Fox nailed a running death valley driver for another two count.   Fox went to the top for a 450 splash but Callihan got his foot up.  Callihan drilled him with a Facewash.  The crowd called for another but Fox moved and rolled him up for a two count.  Fox drilled him with a big boot to the face and leapt into a superplex throw for another two count.

Fox went for a dive but Sami caught him and went for the Stretch Muffler. Fox fought him off and rolled him up but Sami kicked out.  Fox sold that he hurt his knee.  Callihan caught him in the Muffler and Fox finally tapped out.

Your winner and still CZW Junior Heavyweight champ, Sami Callihan!

DJ Hyde came out and said that Sami thought he won tonight but it never ends.  He announced Tommy Dreamer was coming in to face Sami in Indianapolis and said it would never end.

Callihan said that he comes out here month after month and no matter what the match or the opponent is, he gives everyone his entire body, heart and soul.  He said that he and Fox doesn't like each other and the only thing they have in common is that people cheers for them.  He said that the fans need to give Fox some props for his performance tonight.  He and Fox shook hands.  Fox returned to the ring.  Sami told them to cut his music and play Fox's.  

Absolutely awesome high flying match. They started slow, told a hell of a story and had some amazing back and forth exchanged and dives. Awesome.

Coverage continues on Page Five!

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