Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Ring of Honor on Sinclair recap. If you all are ready, then let’s get on with the show!
We see a video highlighting last week’s #1 contender’s match between Eddie Edwards & Roderick Strong before the usual intro.
Kevin Kelly & Nigel McGuinness welcome us to the show from the Du Burns Arena in Baltimore, MD. Kelly talks about the main event for the 1st “Showdown in the Sun” iPPV, but also says that the Ring of Honor World Title will be defended on both “Showdown in the Sun” iPPVs. So with that, Kelly takes us to a video that explains “The Blind Destiny Challenge”.
Ring of Honor Executive Producer Jim Cornette says that for both “Showdown in the Sun” events, he wanted to feature a Ring of Honor World Title match on both shows. “The problem is, how do you make a match for both shows when you don’t know who will be the champion after the 1st show”? “It became even tougher when the 1st show’s main event became a triple threat match”. “That’s where the Blind Destiny Challenge comes into play”. “All 3 participants in the triple threat main event on Night 1, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards & Roderick Strong, will be signed to single matches on Night 2”. “Whoever wins the triple threat match on Night 1 will defend the title on Night 2 against their scheduled opponent”. “Their opponents, however, will not know if their match is for the title until after Night 1”. “So this week on TV, there will be 3 qualifying matches to determine the 3 challengers for Blind Destiny”. “Jay Lethal vs. Kenny King, with the winner facing Roderick Strong”. “Adam Cole vs. Kevin Steen, with the winner facing Eddie Edwards”. “And finally, Michael Elgin vs. Kyle O’Reilly, with the winner facing Davey Richards”. “Once the challengers are determined, its up to Blind Destiny”.
During the commercial, we see a hype promo for the “Showdown in the Sun” iPPVs as Kevin Kelly interviews the All Night Express, who will be facing the Young Bucks on both shows in what is being called a “Dual Duel”. Kenny King says that “in South Florida, they used to babes, they used to bikinis, they used to beaches”. “But the All Night Express at the Ft. Lauderdale War Memorial is gonna bring the blood and the broken bodies because one night, we have a street fight against the Young Bucks”. “Man, you are from Rancho Cucamonga, man, you play hopscotch in the street down there, y’all are dead”. Rhett Titus says that “the 2nd night with Tornado Tag Rules, all 4 men in the ring at the same time, me and my dog gonna take you out one by one”.
Back from commercial, we see a pre-match promo from Kenny King, who says that “the All Night Express is no stranger to hard work and tonight, Kenny King puts his work in”. “I have been selected to be a part of the Blind Destiny Challenge down in sunny South Florida”. “All I gotta do is beat Jay Lethal”.
We then see a pre-match promo from Television Champion Jay Lethal, who says that I keep saying I am the Ring of Honor Television Champion and that I am the gateway to the Ring of Honor World Title”. “That being said, if anybody deserves a chance, a shot at the World Title, it is definitely me”. “Unfortunately, I got my shot 2 weeks ago and I came up a little short, but hell, there was 20 people having a riot at ringside while it all happened.”
We go back to King, who says that “Jay Lethal, man you have been hot like fire since you have been back to Ring of Honor, but I’ll tell you what, it is my destiny to hold that Ring of Honor World Title”. “So, all you gotta do is step into that ring and see how lethal the Pretty Boy Pitbull really is”.
Then, we go back to Lethal, who says that “let’s put it all out on the table right now”. “I have got to get back into the Ring of Honor World Title picture and a win over Kenny King will send me to Florida”. “And you know what Roderick Strong, if you win that World Title, you’ll have for one night only because that is my destiny”.
Blind Destiny Qualifier, with the winner facing Roderick Strong on the 3/31 Showdown in the Sun Internet PPV: Ring of Honor Television Champion Jay Lethal vs. “The Pretty Boy Pitbull” Kenny King w/Rhett Titus
Both men adhere to the Code of Honor before the bell sounds. Lethal charges at King as the bell sounds, but King moves out of the way. Both men then feel each other before locking up. Continued feeling out process while in the lock-up before they break. Another lock-up and Lethal with a hammerlock. King spins out of the hold and then takes down Lethal with a Japanese armdrag, followed by kipping up. King then with a regular armdrag, followed by another one into an armbar. We then see Roderick Strong & Truth Martini make their way down to ringside, obviously to scout out Roderick’s potential opponent for “Showdown in the Sun”. Lethal then gets his foot on the rope to break King’s armbar, but King pulls him back to the center of the ring and drives a knee down across Lethal’s arm. King with another knee, followed by a slam and finally a springboard leg drop for a 1 count. King goes back to the armbar, with his knee placed on Lethal’s kidney. The crowd wills on Lethal, who gets to his feet and breaks King’s grip with gut shots. Lethal goes off the ropes, but King leapfrogs him. King goes off the ropes, but Lethal catches him with the hiptoss/cartwheel/dropkick combo for a nearfall.
Dueling chants now for both men as King tries to fight back with a gut shot, but Lethal fires back with a kick to the gut. Lethal then scores with a suplex for another nearfall. King continues to fight back, but Lethal again with a kick to the gut. Lethal with a club to the back, followed by a chop. Snapmare takeover by Lethal, who follows that up with a leaping dropkick to the back of King’s head for another nearfall. Lethal then locks in a headscissors as Titus tries to will on his partner. King gets to his feet and breaks the hold, but Lethal comes right back with a spinning back kick to the gut that knocks King back down. Headfirst goes King off the top turnbuckle as Lethal then nails him with another chop. Irish whip by Lethal, but as King tries to go up and over him, Lethal catches his feet. Lethal drops him down and then drills King with a superkick. Lethal then heads up top and brings King up with him. Lethal tries to go for a top rope powerbomb, but King blocks it. King with gut shots, but Lethal fires back with right hands and then shoves King off the ropes, but King backflips and lands on his feet, followed by nailing Lethal with a jumping enziguri style kick, knocking Lethal off the ropes and crashing down to the mat.
Both men are down as Titus tries to get his partner back into the match. Referee gets to 7 on his count before both men get back to their feet. Both men exchange right hands, with King talking some trash. They continue to exchange strikes, with Lethal gaining the advantage with a series of forearms. Lethal then with a chop and then goes to handspring, but King charges in and dropkicks Lethal in mid-spring. King with a series of clotheslines, followed by an Irish whip. Lethal reverses the whip and then blocks King’s boot attempt. Lethal spins King around, but King comes back with his cartwheel kick, followed by a spinebuster for a nearfall. King does the over the ropes hotshot to Lethal, sending him throat first across the top rope. But as King gets back on the apron, Lethal springs off the ropes and nails King with a dropkick, sending him back down to the outside. Lethal sets to charge, but King gets back in the ring, however Lethal sees him coming and lifts him up, hitting him with a spinning facebuster across his knee. Lethal calls for the Lethal Injection, but as he prepares to charge, King goes off the other side. However, Lethal catches him coming in and hits the Lethal Combination for another nearfall. Lethal then misses a clothesline and King hooks him in an O’Connor Roll with a Backlund Bridge for a nearfall.
Then, Lethal hooks King in a rollup with his own bridge for the victory.
Winner and will face Roderick Strong on 3/31: Ring of Honor Television Champion Jay Lethal by pinfall (Rollup)
Both men adhere to the Code of Honor after the match as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, we go to pre-match comments from the guys in our next match.
Adam Cole says that “Wow, a few months ago, I was teaming with Kyle O’Reilly, we were just looking for that chance, looking for that opportunity, we just wanted to make a reputation for ourselves”. “Now, I’m teaming with Eddie Edwards, I main evented New York City and I’m going one-on-one with Kevin Steen”. “And if I win, I have the chance to wrestle Eddie Edwards and it may even be for the World Title”. “I’m not gonna focus on the details, but I can tell you this”. “Whether its Kevin Steen or whether its Eddie Edwards, Adam Cole will not back down”.
Kevin Steen says that “Adam Cole, don’t worry about having to wrestle your partner and friend, Eddie Edwards”. “All you should worry about is rebuilding your career from the ground up after the beating I give you tonight on this very program because unfortunately for you, your cute little face is all that stands between me and the possibility of a Ring of Honor World Title shot”. “And if you have been following what I have doing since the beginning of this year, I am all about winning that title, holding this company hostage and making Jim Cornette lose his godd***n mind”. “So Adam, I’m sorry for what I am gonna do to you, but you’re just a casualty of what I need to do to achieve my destiny”.
Blind Destiny Qualifier, with the winner facing Eddie Edwards on the 3/31 Showdown in the Sun Internet PPV: Adam Cole vs. “Wrestling’s Worst Nightmare” Kevin Steen
“Kill Steen Kill” chants from the crowd as Steen actually wants to adhere to the Code of Honor before the bell sounds, but Cole is too smart for Steen’s tricks. Bell sounds and Steen misses a right hand as Cole hits a series of forearms on him. Steen fires back with a big forearm, but Cole comes back with another series of forearms. Steen hits another big forearm, but Cole fires back with yet another series of forearms. Steen comes back with a knee to the gut, followed by a hard chop. Steen goes off the ropes, but Cole catches him with a dropkick. Steen rolls out to the outside to collect himself, but Cole charges and hits Steen with a tope dive, sending him crashing into the barricade. Cole with a club to the back and a forearm, but Steen fires back with a chop. Steen moves away to create some distance as Cole gives chase. Cole charges at him, but Steen lifts up and hits the F-Cinq that sends Cole arm first into the ringpost.
Steen sends Cole back into the ring and hits a stomp, followed by an overhand chop. Steen then hits a Lionsault for a nearfall. Steen hits another hard chop and then has words for the camera, saying “that was a great one and I hurt my hand a little”. Crowd chants for the piledriver as Cole fights back with gut shots, but Steen comes right back with a vicious headbutt that knocks Cole down. Steen with yet another hard chop, followed by an Irish whip and the velocity of the whip sends Cole crashing down to the mat. More “Kill Steen Kill” chants from the crowd as Steen charges, but Cole gets his boot up. Steen charges again, but this time Cole gets both boots up. Cole then goes up to the middle rope and connects with a jumping DDT on Steen.
Both men are down as the referee begins his count. Both men are up by 4 as Cole misses a clothesline and Steen waistlocks him, setting for a German Suplex, but Cole blocks it. Cole switches into a waistlock of his own, but Steen blocks his suplex attempt. Steen switches again, but Cole breaks him off and drills him with a leaping enziguri, followed by a version of the Shining Wizard for a nearfall. Cole charges at Steen in the corner, but Steen lifts him over, trying to back body drop him over the ropes, however Cole lands on the apron. Cole hits Steen with a forearm and then looks to springboard, but Steen hits him with a forearm on his way up. Steen then hits a spike DDT while Cole was on the apron to bring him back into the ring. Cole is a heap in the corner as Steen prepares to charge. Steen does the throat slash and then charges at Cole, nailing him with the Cannonball for a nearfall. Steen goes for the F-Cinq, but Cole blocks it with elbows. Cole goes for an O’Connor Roll, but Steen holds on to the ropes. Cole then blocks Steen’s strike attempt and hits him with a superkick to the back of his head. Cole then scores with a Lungblower for a close nearfall. Cole can’t believe it as he thought he had the match won. Cole measures Steen and then hits another superkick, followed by another one, but Steen does not go down and instead defiantly spits in Cole’s face. Cole goes off the ropes, but Steen catches and hits the alley-oop into the powerbomb. Steen then measures Cole and cleans his clock with a decapitation clothesline.
Steen then points at the camera and lifts up Cole. Steen yells out “Davey” and then drills Cole with the F-Cinq for the victory.
Winner and will face Eddie Edwards on 3/31: “Wrestling’s Worst Nightmare” Kevin Steen by pinfall (F-Cinq)
After the match, Steen continues the assault on Cole, stomping away at him. Steen then looks to go for the Package Piledriver, but Eddie Edwards runs in to make the save. Edwards nails Steen with a boot and then Steen goes to the outside with a smile on his face as Edwards tends to Cole. Steen says to Eddie, “I will see you in Florida” as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, its time for this week’s “Inside Ring of Honor”.
The first topic this week is the announced main event for Night 1 as in a triple threat match, World Champion Davey Richards will defend against both Roderick Strong & Eddie Edwards.
Roderick Strong says that “this triple threat idea Cornette has, sucks, it sucks bad”. “Last week, I beat Eddie Edwards before he beat me”. “I’m the one who should be getting the title shot”.
Eddie Edwards says that “I don’t think the triple threat match was called for”. “I’m not saying my win over Roderick Strong was any more legitimate than his was over me, but what Jim Cornette should have done was just re-start the match and get 1 winner”. “But Cornette, he’s thinking like a promoter, he’s thinking triple threat equals box office”.
We go back to Strong, who says that “Eddie can’t beat Davey, but I can”. “But I can’t beat Davey with Eddie on my back trying to beat me, so 1st, I have to eliminate Eddie, then I have to beat Davey and that sucks”.
Back to Edwards, who says that “Triple Threat matches are hell, at anytime during the matches there is 2 guys trying to beat the crap outta you at the same time”. “But for that same reason, at anytime, anybody can win”. “But more importantly, anybody can lose and that includes Roderick Strong and even the World Champion Davey Richards”.
Back to Strong, who says that “I have to get those 2 morons to beat the hell outta each other and that way, all’s I have to do is beat on what’s left and that, that wouldn’t suck”.
The next topic is the announced match also on Night 1 as Lance Storm comes out of his self-imposed retirement to take on “The Prodigy” Mike Bennett as a way to teach Bennett some respect for Ring of Honor. Kevin Kelly says that there may be comments next week from Storm, but right now, we go to comments from Mike Bennett.
Mike Bennett says that “Now I knew I was a star, but I didn’t realize I was such a star with the old folks, because apparently, Lance Storm is such a huge fan of mine, that he demanded a match with me”. “Demanded a match to be in the ring with someone so amazing as me but apparently also, to shut my mouth”. “Well Lance, come shut my mouth March 30th and let me be serious for a minute”. “When I’m done with you, I’m gonna beat you so fast, that you can still catch the early bird special”.
The final topic is the announced match for the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Titles on Night 2 as the Briscoes defend against the former champions, Wrestling’s Greatest Tag Team. We see video highlighting their feud before we get quick comments from the Briscoes. Mark Briscoe says that “We said it and we meant it, that if we don’t get Haas & Benjamin in Florida, we ain’t even showing up”. Jay Briscoe says that “after what Haas did to my brother 2 weeks ago, we promise y’all, down in Ft. Lauderdale, somebody’s getting carried outta there”.
During the commercial break, we see a hype promo for “Showdown in the Sun” as Kevin Kelly interviews the other team in the “Dual Duel”, the Young Bucks. Nick Jackson comes in mocking Rhett Titus’s knee injury as Matt Jackson says “Poor Rhett, but Kenny King & Rhett Titus, you wanna fight us twice, we will beat you twice”. “You want a streetfight?, we can fight too, we’re not just pretty, we can also fight”. Nick Jackson says that the next night, Tornado Tag, we’re ready for that”. Matt Jackson closes by saying “We’ll see you in Florida, dorks”.
Back from commercial, Kevin Kelly & Nigel McGuinness are joined at the commentary table by Ring of Honor World Champion Davey Richards for the main event. Kelly asks Richards that under the circumstances, it must be hard to pick a winner. Richards says that “its the lesser of two evils, I have a fight either way”. “Obviously Kyle is my training partner and I always want to give him the opportunity to shine, but I know he’ll bring the fight”. “On the other hand, I wanna test myself against the best and Elgin is one of the strongest guys, if not the strongest guy in wrestling, so either presents a challenge”. “But as long as they can both fight with honor, its a win-win for the fans and that’s what really matters”. Kelly then takes us to pre-match comments before the main event.
Kyle O’Reilly says that “it seems no matter what the situation, when the World Title is on the line, friendships, partnerships, they suffer”. “Suddenly, I’m in a position where I can wrestle Davey for the World Title just by winning one match”. “I will tell you this, if that match does happen, I won’t handle it like Eddie Edwards did”. “Davey and I will fight with honor and remain friends, but Michael Elgin, I have to deal with you first”. “Unbreakable vs. American Strong Style.” “Elgin, go hard or go home”.
Truth Martini says that he really hates for a man like Kyle O’Reilly to worry that he has to face his hero, Davey Richards”. “Well Kyle, between me and you, no need to worry, because that is not going to happen because there is no way you are gonna get past Unbreakable Michael Elgin tonight.” Roderick Strong says “Now Elgin, I want you to take O’Reilly tonight and get that match with Davey because just in case something goes wrong in that triple threat, I have a back-up plan”. Michael Elgin closes by saying “O’Reilly goes down”.
Main Event in a Blind Destiny Qualifier, with the winner facing Davey Richards on the 3/31 “Showdown in the Sun” Internet PPV: Kyle O’Reilly vs. “Unbreakable” Michael Elgin w/Truth Martini
The Code of Honor is not adhered to before the bell sounds. Lock-up and Elgin shows off his power, throwing O’Reilly down. O’Reilly hits a glancing kick to the leg of Elgin, but it has no effect on him. O’Reilly goes for a couple of strikes, but Elgin just backs away. O’Reilly goes for another kick, but Elgin catches his leg and then delivers a series of knees to the gut. Elgin with a club to the chest, followed by an Irish whip, but O’Reilly goes up and over. O’Reilly goes off the ropes and tries to slide under Elgin’s legs, but Elgin catches him and goes for a deadlift German suplex, but O’Reilly fights out with elbows. Both men switch around on waistlock attempts and then O’Reilly goes for an O’Connor Roll, but Elgin holds on to the ropes. Elgin then knocks O’Reilly down with a shoulder tackle. Elgin goes off the ropes, but O’Reilly leapfrogs him. O’Reilly goes for a hiptoss, but Elgin blocks it. Elgin lifts up O’Reilly, looking for the Oklahoma Stampede, but O’Reilly rolls off his back and sends Elgin into the turnbuckles. O’Reilly with a kick, but Elgin fires back with a chop. Another exchange of a kick and a chop before Elgin nails O’Reilly with a kick to the gut. Elgin goes off the ropes, but O’Reilly nails him coming in with another kick to the chest. Elgin goes off the ropes again, but O’Reilly catches him with another kick, this time in the mouth. Elgin fires back with a series of forearms, followed by a club to the back. O’Reilly comes back with a forearm, but Elgin nails him with one of his own to knock O’Reilly down. O’Reilly gets up and hits Elgin with another forearm, but Elgin knocks him back down. Elgin motions for O’Reilly to bring it and O’Reilly hits him with another forearm, but again Elgin fires back with one of his own. Elgin then with another forearm, but O’Reilly then takes him down with a flying armbar. However, Elgin gets up and pins O’Reilly’s shoulders to the mat for a nearfall. Elgin goes for a right hand, but O’Reilly ducks and hits Elgin with a kick to the leg. O’Reilly then ducks another attempt by Elgin and kicks Elgin in the other leg. O’Reilly hits a couple of palm strikes, followed by a knee to the head, a kick to the chest and finally a leg sweep to take Elgin down. All of a sudden, Roderick Strong runs out and hops on the apron to distract O’Reilly. This allows Elgin to come in from behind and drill O’Reilly with a release German Suplex as Richards is incensed at the commentary table, saying that was “BS”. Strong cheers on Elgin as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial as Elgin Irish whips O’Reilly hard into the corner. Elgin charges, but O’Reilly gets the boots up. Elgin charges again, but O’Reilly moves out of the way. O’Reilly goes for a tornado DDT, but Elgin blocks it in mid-move. Elgin then spins O’Reilly around and connects with a backbreaker for a nearfall. O’Reilly tries to fight back with a forearm, but Elgin knocks him down with a forearm of his own. Elgin taunts O’Reilly and then piefaces him. Both men then exchange forearms, with O’Reilly gaining the advantage. However, Elgin comes right back with a leaping enziguri kick knocking O’Reilly back down. Elgin places O’Reilly on the top turnbuckle, followed by delivering another hard chop. Elgin goes up top with O’Reilly, possibly looking for a top rope rana, but O’Reilly gets off the ropes and crotches Elgin on them with Elgin facing the crowd. O’Reilly then heads back up top and sets up for a super back suplex, but Elgin is trying to block it, however O’Reilly is able to connect with it as Elgin lands right on the back of his head.
O’Reilly crawls over to cover, but only gets a nearfall as Elgin barely kicks out. Martini tries to will on Elgin. O’Reilly takes off his wrist tape and nails Elgin with a series of kicks to the chest, but Elgin just shakes off their effect and stands up. O’Reilly then unloads with another series of kicks to Elgin’s chest, followed by a spinning back kick to the gut. O’Reilly goes off the ropes, but sees Elgin coming and pulls down the top rope as Elgin goes crashing, first crotch first on the top rope and then out onto the apron. O’Reilly with another spinning back kick to the ribs and then looks for a Sunset flip powerbomb as Elgin is desperately trying to hold onto the ropes. Elgin then tries for a sit-down splash, but O’Reilly moves out of the way and Elgin catches nothing but apron. O’Reilly then gets Elgin and drills him with a back suplex on the outside with Elgin’s head bouncing off the barricade. The crowd chants “ROH” as O’Reilly gets back on the apron. Martini is trying to will on Elgin, who is crawling on the outside, looking to get back on his feet. Elgin finally gets up onto the chair that is by the barricades as O’Reilly gets a running start on the apron and leaps off, drilling Elgin with a missile dropkick as Elgin is seated by the barricade. O’Reilly sends Elgin back into the ring and then heads up top. O’Reilly hits Elgin with another missile dropkick, but only for a close nearfall. Elgin shoves O’Reilly into the ropes, but O’Reilly hooks him with a spinning rollup for another nearfall. O’Reilly goes for a small package, but Elgin spins out of it and then deadlifts O’Reilly into a vertical suplex position, but O’Reilly fights out with knees to the head. O’Reilly then drills Elgin with a tilt-a-whirl DDT into the guillotine choke. Elgin tries to get up to his feet, but O’Reilly cinches in on the hold. Elgin finally gets to his feet and then counters the hold into a version of Matt Morgan’s Hellavator for a very close nearfall as O’Reilly barely gets his shoulder up.
Elgin hits a running clothesline in the corner, followed by sending O’Reilly into the other corner. Elgin charges and connects with another running clothesline. Elgin motions for another running clothesline, but O’Reilly comes out of the corner and kicks Elgin’s arm. Elgin misses a clothesline and O’Reilly drills him with a roundhouse kick to the head, followed by a back kick to the ribs and finally scores with a Regal-plex for another close nearfall. O’Reilly then locks in the Crossface as the crowd is chanting “Tap”. Elgin gets to his feet and tries for something, but O’Reilly turns it right back into the Guillotine choke. However, Roderick Strong gets on the apron to distract the referee as Richards leaves the commentary table, extremely pissed off by Strong’s antics. O’Reilly breaks the hold and has words with the official. But as he turns around, Elgin lifts him up and connects with the Buckle Bomb. Richards then makes his way to ringside and he and Strong begin to trade blows. Richards then sends Strong into the barricade.
While this is going on, Elgin lifts up O’Reilly and hits the 360* Powerbomb for the victory.
Winner and will face Davey Richards on 3/31: “Unbreakable” Michael Elgin by pinfall (360* Powerbomb)
The House of Truth celebrate on the outside while Richards is pissed off in the ring as we go to credits.
Very good episode of Ring of Honor this week as I really liked that the show focused on one thing, that being the Blind Destiny Challenge, as it did a good job of making the ROH World Title the “ruby red slippers”, as Hunter Golden would like to call it, that everyone was fighting for and wanted so bad. I really like when things like that are made to be important and ROH did a good job of it in this episode.
The opening match with Lethal & King was solid, albeit it somewhat disappointing. Lethal did not bring a lot of fire with him and it seemed that he was going through the motions in this. King, however, was very good here. Decent on the sell, but very nice babyface fire on the comeback. Solid match, but it was just a tad underwhelming.
Adam Cole & Kevin Steen was pretty good. Cole is a damn good FIP and to me, is a real throwback of an 80s to early 90s white meat babyface that a crowd can get behind. Crazy to say that in 2012, but it has been successful for him, especially in recent months. Steen continues to do great in his role as the anti-hero that people cheer and I thought he and Cole had a pretty good back and forth match with some believable nearfalls towards the end for Cole. Good match.
Finally, the main event to me was the best thing on the show. I thought Richards was actually solid on commentary during this and I liked the involvement of Roderick Strong towards the end. Kyle O’Reilly definitely put a much better performance than usual for him. Great strikes, pretty good on the FIP and also showed some decent fire on the comeback. The real star of the match, however, is Michael Elgin. Just amazing with his power spots, but at the same time, does a good job of making the nearfalls from his opponents look believable for a man of his size. These two have really good chemistry with one another and put on a very good and entertaining main event.
Overall, a very good all-around show this week, with just one thing that was a tad disappointing.
My Grade: B-
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