Ok, this is a show that is really bringing it as of late, and this weeks episode, was stellar.
We start with a match between the Primetime Players, and Clay/Tensai.
Last week they had an impromptu dance battle of sorts, when GM Mick Foley, booked them in a wrestling match.
Short match, PTP cheat to win, Titus holding Clays legs so Darren Young could pin him, Near the end of the match, Daniel Bryan, compared Tensai to a bear, then indicated himself, Stu Hart, Gene Labell, and Arn Anderson have all wrestled Bears.
Mick foley came out, stated the refs decision was indeed final, but booked an immediate rematch.
This one Darren Young gets double splashed and pinned, while Bryan continues to be golden at the announce table.
Match 2 (main event) is R Truth v Antonio Cesaro.
Truth is out first, and states that R Truth isnt dazzling, his louis vutton ring gear is airbrushed, but not dazzling like the dazzler.
In the opening segments of the match, cesaro is working over the midsection, and Daniel Bryan notices, and says he is setting up for the BEAR hug.
Amazingly moments later, Cesaro clamps on a bear hug, and daniel bryan goes ballistic, while josh matthews is trying his best to keep his composure, and mostly failing.
Truth breaks the bearhug, to bryans dismay, who then states that he BEARLY got out of the BEAR hug, and the suspence is getting UNBEARABLE.
Finish comes after cesaro hits a 30- second long giant swing, and R Truth recovers before Cesaro does, hits his finisher, and pins the US Champ.
This show is much better than it is getting credit for, mainly due to the guest announces, and Daniel Bryan was absolute gold on this episode.
It's interesting that you like this show because for a while I was watching Main Event and really enjoying it. They are really short easy to watch shows and they focus on wrestlers that don't get much time on Raw (even though with 3 hours they should).
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