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Drew Gulak def. Oney Lorcan to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship
The bell rings, and Gulak quickly dropkicks Lorcan into the corner. Gulak applies a side headlock, but Lorcan fights out. Gulak takes him down with an arm bar, but Lorcan gets up. They’re quickly at a stalemate. They circle the ring and lock up. Gulak applies a waistlock, but Lorcan picks the leg and takes him down. Lorcan turns him around and goes for a front facelock, but Gulak gets out and applies a hammerlock. Gulak pulls the arm and pins him for a two count. Gulak applies an arm bar, but Lorcan backs him to the corner. Lorcan chops the chest a few times and whips him to the opposite corner for a corner clothesline. Gulak quickly reverses another whip and clotheslines him in the corner. Gulak then scoop slams him into the ropes and nearly spikes him on his head for a two count.
Oney meets the evolved @DrewGulak!
— TDE Wrestling (@tde_wrestling) August 11, 2019
They go to commercial to showcase a video promo for Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins tonight. Back from the “break,” Gulak has Lorcan down and applies a chin lock. Lorcan fights up and twists out before chopping him. Lorcan uppercuts him, but he has a whip reversed. Lorcan quickly comes back with a flipping neckbreaker for a two count. Gulak gets out of the ring to recover, but Lorcan follows him out and chops the chest. Lorcan gets him in the ring, but Gulak surprises him with the Gu-Lock. Lorcan gets a foot on the bottom rope. Lorcan goes for a Half and Half, but Gulak gets out. Gulak elbows him back, and they take each other out with dual clotheslines. They both get to their feet and start throwing stiff punches. Gulak wildly punches him down before applying the Gu-Lock. Lorcan flips out and pins Gulak for a near fall. Lorcan grabs the face of Gulak and slaps him in the face a few times. Lorcan hits some running uppercuts and goes for a Half and Half, but Gulak fights out. Gulak then takes him down with a running back elbow. Lorcan drags him in, but Gulak pulls the ring apron in as well. While the referee is fixing the apron, Gulak punches him in the throat. Gulak hits the Cyclone Crash for the win.
Buddy Murphy def. Apollo Crews via Disqualification
The bell rings, and Murphy immediately knees him in the face for a near fall. Murphy sends him face-first into the turnbuckle and stomps him down. Murphy hits a snapmare and kicks him in the spine for another two count. Murphy knees him in the back and kicks him in the head for another two count. Murphy applies a chin lock. Crews fights up, they hit the ropes, and wipe each other out with stereo running cross-bodies. They get to their feet, and Crews hits a step-up enzuigiri. Crews punches away at him, avoids a kick, and clotheslines him. Crews kips up, hits an enzuigiri, and tries for an Olympic Slam, but Murphy gets out. Murphy knocks him back and goes to the second rope, but Crews catches him and hits a fall-away slam before hitting a standing moonsault for a near fall. Crews presses him up, but Murphy gets out. Crews goes to the second rope, but Murphy tucks his head and superkicks him. Murphy follows up with a powerbomb for a near fall. Crews fights back and rolls him up for a near fall. Crews gets him out of the ring and goes for a moonsault off the apron, but Murphy moves. Murphy then sends him into the steel ring steps before getting in the ring and hitting a summersault plancha. Murphy puts Crews in the ring, and Rowan attacks Murphy for the disqualification.
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) August 11, 2019
Rowan punches Murphy around ringside and throws him. Rowan waits for him to get to his feet and hits a running cross-body on the floor. Rowan is furious that Murphy pointed the finger at him on Smackdown Live as the attacker of Roman Reigns. Rowan drags him to the ring post and powerbombs him into it! Rowan screams at Murphy to keep his name out of his mouth. Daniel Bryan is seen watching backstage emotionless.
Elias sings for the crowd… and Edge confronts him
Elias says it’s the biggest party of the summer, so he’s going to sing a song. Elias tells them to silence their cellphones, hold the applause, and shut their mouths. Elias sings that he’s been here for a week and wants to leave in a hearse. Elias says he knows he’s in Toronto because he doesn’t see a Stanley Cup. No musician can match his fame. He knows he’s in Toronto because this arena is sold out, the opposite of a Blue Jays game. Elias says he cannot wait to join his friend Kawhi Leonard in LA.
EDGE’S MUSIC HITS TO A HUGE OVATION! Edge gets in the ring and soaks up the applause. The crowd chants his name. Edge looks at Elias… and delivers a SPEAR! Edge celebrates and leaves the ring.
Hey, thanks @EdgeRatedR!
— TDE Wrestling (@tde_wrestling) August 11, 2019
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross def. The IIconics to retain the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships
Alexa Bliss will start against Billie Kay. They trade side headlocks, and Kay takes her down. Bliss quickly sweeps the leg and smiles. Bliss, who has Buzz Lightyear inspired gear, strikes his pose. Peyton Royce tags in, but she’s taken down. Nikki Cross tags in and hits Royce with a neckbreaker. Cross goes to the top rope and hits a cross-body block for a two count. Royce soon rolls her up, but Cross kicks out. Kay tags in and snaps Cross off the top rope. Royce hits a sloppy spin kick, and Kay picks up a two count. Kay punches Cross for another two count. Royce tags in and applies a chin lock. Cross fights up, but Royce takes her down. Kay tags in and applies a chin lock. Cross fights up, but Kay suplexes her for a near fall. The IIconics do their shrill scream. Royce tags in and clubs Cross. Royce stomps her, but Cross comes back with a jawbreaker. Royce keeps her from tagging Bliss, and they take each other out with stereo flying hair pulls.
Bliss and Kay are tagged in. Bliss hits a pair clotheslines and a takedown that Kay takes horribly. Bliss hits the Insult to Injury and knocks Royce off the apron. Kay big boots Bliss, but Cross breaks up the pin. Royce tags in. Bliss fights off The IIconics, but Royce hits her with a Gory neckbreaker for a near fall. Royce throws a tantrum, so Bliss punches her in the face. Cross pulls Kay off the apron, who can’t even seem to take that bump correctly. Bliss goes to the top rope and hits Twisted Bliss for the win.
— WWE (@WWE) August 11, 2019
Quick Match Results
– Drew Gulak def. Oney Lorcan to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship
– Buddy Murphy def. Apollo Crews via DQ
– Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross def. The IIconics to retain the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships