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By Mike Johnson on 2013-02-02 19:13:53

Dixon and Bradley had words so he shoved her down.  She got back in his face so he drilled her flush with a running lariat and left her laying.  Bradley covered her and counted his own pin, then walked out.

Real good match.  Dixon is a real talent to watch.  Thunder Kitty plays a great throwback female talent, almost like a female version of Matt Classic.  Anthony and Bradley are polished like hell.  Good showing for Resistance Pro.

CHIKARA presents F.I.S.T & Los Ice Creams vs. 3.0 & The Colony.

LOTS of fun comedy early.  They did a bit where Scott Parker played matador to one of the Ice Creams, then blinded him with the cape.  He then went for a bodypress and missed because the blinded Ice Cream didn't walk into the line of fire.

They then went into a full blow Lucha style match some great takedowns, exchanges and guys entering the ring as others were tossed out.  They worked over 3.0 for a long time, leading to a "defense" chant.  The Colonh finally got involved and cleaned house on Icarus, including a double dropkick in the corner.

They went into a great series of dives before the Colony and 3.0 scored the win.

Fun match with a great mix.  The crowd was really into this and chanted "CHIKARA" after.

NYWC presents the Slop Hunters vs. Tony Nese & Apollyon

Silver started with Apllyon but couldn't budge him.  Apollyon exploded and killed Silver with a clothelines.  Nese tagged in and went back and forth with Reynolds in an awesome sequence, then killed Silver with a clothesline.  Everyone ended up on the floor so Apollyon hit a dive through the ropes, which is quite the sight to see.

Nese hit a double jump moonsault on Reynolds for a two count,    Silver came back and nailed a running boot to the back of the head, then a splash off the ropes for a two count.     He nailed several knees and covered Nese for a two count.

Nese began killing Silver with a series of stiff  kicks and went for a back suplex but Silver landed on his feet and drilled Nese with a double knee attack to the chest.  Reynolds tagged in but was caught with a gutwrench powerbomb for a two count.

Apollyon tagged in and clotheslined both Slop Hunters, then nailed a spinebuster on Reynolds.  He chokeslammed Reynolds and driller Silver down with an over the shoulder Michinoku Driver at the same time.   He charged Reynolds, who ducked and Apollyon went  to the floor.  Nese sent Reynolds to the floor, then hit a reverse dive over the top.

Back in the ring, Apollyon and Nese double teamed Silver.  The Slop Hunters nailed a series of double team kicks on Apollyon, who finally went down.  Reynolds nailed a back suplex on Nese, who kicked out at the last second.

They went into a series of near falls until Apollyon squashed Silver with a big splash off the top for the pin.

Your winners, Apollyon and Tony Nese!

Awesome match. NYWC is the best training ground going right now. So underrated.

Your winners, Apollyon and Tony Nese!

EVOLVE: AR Fox vs. Shane Strickland

They went back and forth with some good athletic reversals and faced off.   They battled onto the apron.   Strickland jumped away  from the apron to the floor. Fox hit a running moonsault off the guard rail to the floor, the hit his springboard back first dive, wiping out Strickland.

Back in the ring, Strickland was wiped out in the corner and Fox cinched in a rear chinlock.  Strickland elbowed Fox to stop a charge and used a handstand into a head scissor takedown to bring Fox down.  Strickland nailed a series of leaping kicks and a dive to the outside.  Really good, athletic stuff.

Fox caught Strickland with a kick while he was on the top rope but was shoved off when he went for a move.  Strickland came off with a leaping kick and covered Fox for a two count.   Fox fought back and wiped out Strickland with a series of dives to the outside.  He nailed a swanton off the top for a two count.

Strickland nailed a leap into a tombstone that was awesome. He got a two count out of that.  The crowd rallied both men while they were down.  Strickland went for a running boot but was caught, flipped to the mat and nailed with a big kick.  Fox came back with a leaping spanish fly and scored the pin.

Your winner, AR Fox!

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