July 17, 2014
Full Sail University
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton, William Regal
Recap by: Jason Namako of Wrestleview.com
We see the usual intro, then go to the opening match.
The Jersey Boys (Enzo Amore & “Big Cass” Colin Cassady) vs. The Vaudevillains (“The Artiste” Aiden English & Simon Gotch)
Vaudevillains have a new black and white intro with someone introducing them on the rampway via a megaphone. English & Enzo start. English works over Enzo’s arm early and sings a few notes. Enzo reverses out, but English regains control. Enzo with a drop toe hold, then walks over English’s back. English misses a right hand and Enzo peppers him with jabs. Enzo runs into a back elbow, then English with a back club. Enzo slips out of a suplex, Cass tags in. Cass with a gut shot and a series of knees to the ribs. Chest club in the corner, but English slips out of a slam and tags in Gotch. Cass with a knee to the ribs of Gotch, followed by a big back club. Cass spells out “SAWFT”, but then the music of the Legionaires hits and they make their way onto the rampway.
Cass gets distracted, allowing Gotch to roll him up for the win.
Winners: The Vaudevillains by pinfall (Roll-Up)
The Vaudevillains celebrate their win, while the Jersey Boys stare down the Legionaires from the rampway.
Backstage, we see a promo with the NXT Tag Team Champions The Ascension. Konnor says that a lot of teams think they are worthy of being NXT Tag Team Champions. Hey vo, Vik, preach! Viktor says that it makes no difference what you believe or what you think you are capable of, as long as you set your sights on these titles, you are fooling yourselves. If you believe yourselves as the hunters, well against us, you are always the hunted.
We see video looking at the breakup of the BFFs. Next week, Charlotte defends the NXT Women’s Title against Summer Rae.
Grudge Match: “The Moonchild” CJ Parker vs. Xavier Woods
Woods backs Parker into the corner and piefaces him. Parker with a side headlock, but Woods counters out into a waistlock. Parker gets out with a back elbow, but Woods with a dropkick for a nearfall. Back club and a chop by Woods. Parker with a gut kick, but Woods goes up & over in the corner. Parker misses a left hand and Woods with a spinning headscissors. Running forearm in the corner, followed by another chop. Parker then sends Woods face-first into the bottom rope off an Irish whip. Parker with a left-arm lariat, then unloads with left hands from the mount. Parker stomps away at Woods, then applies a single-arm stranglehold. Woods gets out and hits a big uppercut. Series of chops and right hands by Woods, then avoids Parker’s left hands and hits 2 clotheslines. Woods sent onto the apron, but hits an enziguri. Woods springs off the bottom rope to get back in and hits a Tornado DDT for a nearfall. Woods heads up top, but Parker avoids a crossbody.
Woods avoids the side kick, but Parker sits down on an O’Connor Roll attempt and gets the win.
Winner: “The Moonchild” CJ Parker by pinfall (O’Connor Roll)
Parker celebrates his win afterwards.
Backstage, Devin Taylor interviews Sami Zayn. Zayn says he feels like ever since Tyson Kidd showed up in NXT, we’ve just seen bit-by-bit, more and more of his true colors and now we’re seeing the real Tyson Kidd, the conceited, self-absorbed, shouvanistic coward that is the true Tyson Kidd. The Tyson Kidd that is clearly insecure about being overshadowed by his wife’s success and I just feel like if you would have a couple months ago that I would be wrestling Tyson Kidd, I would have been overjoyed and now, its just really about embrassing him and that’s what I’m gonna do tonight.
Return Grudge Match: Alexa Bliss vs. “The Boss” Sasha Banks
Before the match, we see an inset promo from Bliss, who says that the last time she was in the ring with Sasha, Sasha felt the sting from my bling and they held my hand up in victory. You even had your BFFs by your side, but you underestimated me because I’m just so small and so nice. But tonight, you’re alone and you’ll see lightning strike twice.
Bliss with an O’Connor Roll early for a nearfall. Sasha misses a clothesline and Bliss with the tilt-a-whirl into an inside cradle for a nearfall. Sasha comes back with a dropkick. Sasha slams Bliss’s face into the mat multiple times, then pulls at her hair while talking trash. Bliss with a Sunset flip for a nearfall. Sasha with a knee to the ribs, then places Bliss across the middle rope and hits double knees to the ribs. Snapmare, Sasha gains a nearfall. Cravate applied by Sasha, crowd wills on Bliss. Sasha mocks the crowd, but Bliss fights out and hits a series of forearms. Sasha runs into a back elbow, then a boot as Bliss goes to the middle rope. Sasha avoids Bliss off the middle rope, but Bliss with a dropkick.
Sasha blocks a clothesline and hits the Backstabber/Crossface combo, Bliss taps.
Winner: “The Boss” Sasha Banks by submission (Backstabber/Crossface combo)
Sasha celebrates her win afterward.
Backstage, Devin Taylor interviews Tyler Breeze. Breeze says that all anyone does these days is rush. They rush to the supermarket to get the best deals, they rush to the mall to get the best shoes and now, everyone is rushing to the conclusion that I don’t want to take on that “uggo”, Adrian Neville and become NXT champion? These things take time. The Versace Mansion wasn’t built in a day. As I said a few weeks ago, I suffered a tragic, hand-modeling accident and I couldn’t even compete that night. But, lucky for everyone, I have my agent drawing up the contract for the match between Neville & myself as we speak. But, as we all know, legal contracts aren’t drawn up in a couple of hours. So, if everyone is going through “Breeze withdrawal”, let’s take another exclusive look at my MTV Euro Music Award-winning music video. Prince Pretty out!
We see footage of Tyler Breeze filming his music video.
We see video from last week when Tyson Kidd accidentally knocked down his wife, Natalya, then rolled up a distracted Sami Zayn to get the win in the main event tag match. We see video from backstage after last week’s NXT when Natalya blew off cameras asking for comments as to what happened.
Backstage, Devin Taylor interviews Tyson Kidd. Kidd says Devin is wasting his time asking about my wife and my family. I already know when you talk to Sami Zayn later tonight that you are not gonna ask about his family, or what his brothers & sisters got for Christmas, so why are you wasting my time with a question like that? You should be talking about the fact that I defeated Sami Zayn in our tag match last week and that I’m on a roll. As for my wife, Natalya, she is a former WWE Divas Champion, she can take care of herself. In that ring, accidents happen, but tonight, when I beat Sami Zayn, that won’t be an accident.
Adam Rose vs. Jason Jordan
Before the match, we see an inset promo from Jordan, who says that he was recently told that his tag partner, Tyle Dillinger, is injured. How? I don’t know, but I know that the last time he was seen, he was partying with the Rosebuds. Guess I’m gonna have to figure out how to get to the bottom of this.
Rose evades Jordan early. Rose backs Jordan into the corner and rubs his chest. Rose leaps into Jordan’s arms and hits a side headlock takeover. Jordan gets out and hits a gut shot in the corner. Rose headscissors Jordan and sends him into his posterior multiple times. Jordan with a gut kick and a back club. Rose sent off the turnbuckles. Jordan with a series of right hands, followed by a running shoulder to the ribs and a Northern Lights for a nearfall. Dropkick by Jordan for a nearfall. Chinlock applied, crowd wills on Rose. Jordan gets distracted by the fans chants, allowing Rose to pepper Jordan with a series of jabs, followed by a big right hand. Inverted atomic drop, followed by a spinning neckbreaker. Jordan runs into a boot in the corner, then Rose goes to the middle rope and hits a rana. Running forearm in the corner, then Rose does the “Choo-Choo” motion and hits a Bronco Buster.
Party Foul by Rose for the win.
Winner: Adam Rose by pinfall (The Party Foul)
Rose celebrates with his Rosebuds afterwards.
Backstage, Devin Taylor interviews Kalisto. Kalisto says he prefers to talk about his future victories instead of his losses. The Vaudevillains walk in and show a sign to Kalisto that asks “Where’s your partner?” Kalisto says that he & El Local parted ways. Gotch pats Kalisto on the head, then Kalisto says he can find a new tag partner and face you two next week. What’s the matter, speechless? Kalisto runs off as the Vaudevillains ponder what he said.
Main Event in a Grudge Match: Tyson Kidd vs. Sami Zayn
Kidd rolls out to the outside early to stall. “Nattie’s Husband” chants by the crowd directed at Kidd. Back in, Kidd with a side headlock, but again goes out to the outside to stall. “Tyson’s chicken” chants by the crowd. Back in, Kidd charges in, but Zayn with 2 clotheslines and a back body drop. Zayn sets for the OLE Kick, but Kidd again rolls out to the outside. Zayn goes out after Kidd, but Kidd shoos him off, then goes to the apron and hits a running kick. Kidd with a suplex to Zayn on the steel rampway!
Back from commercial as Kidd gains a 1 count on Zayn. Chinlock applied as the crowd does the “OLE” chant to will on Zayn. Zayn gets out, but Kidd unloads with stomps and right hands in the corner. Kidd places Zayn in the Tree of Woe, then hits a series of knees to the ribs. Crowd hums the Chicken Dance song to taunt Kidd, but Kidd with a hestitation dropkick to Zayn while he is in the Tree of Woe. Kidd chokes Zayn with his boot. Neckbreaker by Kidd for a nearfall. Kidd goes back to the chinlock, crowd wills on Zayn. Zayn fights out and hits a series of right hands. Kidd goes for a flapjack, but Zayn counters with a dropkick that sends Kidd to the outside. Zayn then wipes out Kidd with an Arabian Press! Back in, Zayn heads up top and hits a crossbody for a nearfall. Zayn with an overhand chop and applies the knucklelock, but Kidd stops him from running up the ropes by hitting a drop toe hold into the bottom turnbuckle. Kidd with a slingshot leg drop while Zayn’s neck is draped across the bottom rope for a nearfall. Kidd runs into a back elbow, then a series of standing switches ends with a release German by Kidd for a nearfall. Kidd heads up top and kicks Zayn aside. Kidd goes for an elbow drop, but Zayn gets his knees up. Blue Thunder Bomb by Zayn for a nearfall. Kidd with the backflip kick that sends him onto the apron, followed by an enziguri. Kidd heads up top and hits the Blockbuster, but Zayn kicks out! Kidd is getting frustrated. Kidd goes for the Sharpshooter, but Zayn kicks him off. Zayn goes to Monkey flip Kidd, but Kidd grabs his legs when going over and this time locks Zayn in the Sharpshooter. Zayn almost reaches the ropes, but Kidd pulls him back to the middle of the ring. Zayn crawls again and this time is able to reach the ropes. Kidd heads up top, but Zayn catches him on the way down with a Flatliner.
Koji Clutch applied by Zayn, Kidd taps.
Winner: Sami Zayn by submission (Koji Clutch)
Zayn celebrates his win afterward while Kidd is frustrated that he lost on the rampway as the show closes.