They lock up and Ember with a wrist lock and side head lock. Ember with a rollup for a near fall. Moon attempts an O'Connor roll.
Riot got a near fall with a senton and Moon dragged herself to the top rope before getting cut off. Riot hit a top rope Frankensteiner, which led to the crowd (who had been mostly quiet) chanting "this is awesome" briefly. Riot and man engage in a test of strength. Riot locks in a rear chin lock. Ember with an arm drag and drop toe hold. Ruby followed up with a headlock but Ember got free and tripped Ruby Riot before locking in a Bow and Arrow submission. Head scissors take over from Moon. Riot elbow Moon in the face before driving Moon face first into the turnbuckle. Clothesline and elbow from Ruby, followed by a saito suplex for two. Ember replied with a flurry of kicks followed by a attractive backbreaker/flatliner combo.
We're back and the action hasn't slowed down. Dain hit a Perfect Plex off the top rope, but McIntyre kicked out "out of instinct" and hit the Future Shock, but Dain exploded out at one! Moon lifts up Riot in a side slam into a spinning slam. Ruby with a forearm to Moon when Ember climbs the turnbuckles. Ruby with a forearm and kick. As Moon made her way back up the ramp, she mouthed the words, "I'm ready for Asuka". Ember with a discus punch to Ruby and both women go down. Ember followed it up with a running forearm to the corner before heading to the top rope and hitting the Eclipse for the 3-count.
He doesn't now have a Nakamura, Samoa Joe or Sami Zayne to match him in audience reaction, especially when it comes to building a title match for Takeover. So, next week, it is Itami vs Ohno.
We have a video package for the Street Profits. Back to the top they go, with Burch wanting a big Exploder. They lock up again and go into the ropes.
We may have discovered why both men haven't been on TV in a while as Bononi mistimed a dropkick and kicked Jose right in the face. They spent a minute in a series of collar-and-elbow tie-ups until Burch got exhausted of that and punched Lorcan right in the face. Burch with kicks. Lorcan with an Irish whip but he runs into boots and Burch with a missile drop kick.
Burch with a Tower of London for a near fall. Burch dodges a dive from Lorcan. Burch with a clothesline that flips Lorcan and Burch with a power bomb for a near fall. Upon leaving, Burch pulls Lorcan back to him and asks for one more match.
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Burch puts Lorcan on the turnbuckles and connects with a forearm. Lorcan leaps over Burch and Lorcan with a rolling single leg Boston Crab and Burch taps out. Danny wants one more match someday and Oney accepts. Lorcan is okay with that.
They lock up and Jose with a wrist lock but Bononi tries to reverse and Jose turns through to maintain the advantage. After a break, Ruby hits a shoulder to the ribs from the apron. Lovely standing drop kick from Bononi but only a one count on the early cover. Back to back double chops are followed by a hip toss suplex. Jose returned to the ring to run him off. Clothesline connects and Jose hits the popup punch to end it.
After the match, Andrade Almas is yelled at by his female friend at ringside and Almas attacks Bononi.
After a bout that saw Cezar Bonani (who picked up an unexpected victory over Almas a couple months ago) take a pinfall loss to No Way Jose, Almas snuck into the ring. We take a quick look at Drew McIntyre and the main event to crown a new #1 Contender is next!
We're back and Dain with the upper hand. Drew blocks a punch and connects with punches of his own. Riot goes for a running knee into the corner but nobody home. Dain with forearms and a cross body and Drew lands awkwardly as we go to commercial. We'll find out next month whether McIntyre will kick start that process. Dain is good enough and believable enough that watching him wrestle I feel like I am watching a fight and not just a random collection of pre-planned spots. He hits some elbow drops.
Dain took over by running over McIntyre. McIntyre sets up for his finish, but gets caught by a slam and Vader Bomb from Dain for a two. Dain gets another near fall. McIntyre hits FutureShock, and Dain kicks out at ONE! Dain uncharacteristically heads up top, but McIntyre reverses into a huge power bomb. Dane literally tries to squash Drew's head in. Dain pushes Drew's head against the mat but he holds on to the vice. Drew with a jaw breaker but Dain with a clothesline. Another power bomb from Dain to no avail. Drew hits Future Shock from out of nowhere, but Dane kicks out at one! Returning, Dane stomps away on Drew in the corner. Riot misses a clothesline. Drew nips up and delivers the Air Raid Crash for two. Dain begs for more, and McIntyre delivers with the Claymore again. Drew with a second Claymore for the three count. He says he is coming after Roode's Title.
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