Not much of a spoiler, but technically, saying who had a dark match probably tells you who didn't have a match on SD:
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We had one dark match before ECW went live tonight. SD guy vs. "The Unknown Wrestler" -- from Unknown, weight unknown, etc. He came out in a mask, pulled that off & had another mask underneath. Whoever he was, he was really good, clearly very experienced, they had a very good match, & he got a clean win!
I really don't know who it was. What we know: He came out in a black cape, & underneath had trunks with "gladiator-style" red & black panels -- both of those had a logo with the initials "RR". Maybe 5'10-ish (compared to the SD guy). Bodybuilder style physique, & moderately ripped. Couple of miscellaneous tattoos, but not describe-able. Hair was pretty much buzzed (IIRC) -- nothing notable.
The height seems a little off, but could it have been Rey?
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Well, from what he showed the other night, *if* they are considering bringing him back as a solo guy with a less cheezy gimmick, that could work out much better for him in the long run. (I'd much rather watch him than Masters or MVP, any day!)
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