Instead, each swung for big moves and missed, though Gargano ultimately gained an advantage. Kairi Sane: The rematch of the finals of the inaugural Mae Young Classic with the title on the line was bound to happen sooner or later, and in Brooklyn, it's time. Logic would dictate favoring Sane, who has already proved she can beat Baszler—something no one else has done—but this will be the champion's time to even the score between the two. Instead, this last man standing match had all the big spots one might expect in terms of violence. Both men thrive on their ability to tell stories and entertain, and the build to their budding rivalry has been simply entertaining. Cole then hit an ushigoroshi and the Last Shot for two as the crowd exploded and Cole was left shaking his head in disbelief. When the referee got to a nine-count, Ciampa flung his feet off the stage and did just enough to stand -- but Gargano could not do the same.
Ciampa struck first when he sent Gargano back-first into the steel stairs. Oh, and he landed on his feet. But Cole rallied and thought he had the match won after a lionsault attempt from Ricochet was met with a stiff kick to the face. But as Cole stood up with a smile, Ricochet ran across the ring and leaped over the top rope to hit a spectacular hurricanrana from the apron to the floor. It seemed so promising for Gargano at many different points in the match. Gargano performed a superkick on Ciampa, who fell through two tables on the exposed concrete, however, Ciampa used a crutch to stand at a nine count. Before Kayla Braxton could even finish her introduction of Ciampa before the match, Gargano was on him and swinging his arms from every angle imaginable.
Unfortunately, a groin injury has forced Black out of action, so the bout was turned into the third installment in the Ciampa-Gargano series with the last man standing stipulation added in. Ricochet took over control and ran like crazy. Compatible device and high-speed, broadband Internet connection required. But no one is providing you the facility to watchwrestling for free. Ciampa pulled out a set of handcuffs to return the favor from what Gargano did to him in their previous match, but Gargano managed to lock one hand of Ciampa's in the handcuffs. Strong and O'Reilly had one trick left up their sleeve as they continued to work on Bate's left knee to keep their advantage. He keeps getting booked on TakeOver cards, so he clearly carries value in the eyes of officials.
Mustache Mountain to retain the titles: Talk about a hot opener. Just as Ciampa seemed poised to strike, Gargano used a fire extinguisher to blind Ciampa, pulled out a crutch and left it sitting on his shoulder. After flipping Strong to the outside, Seven got the tag, hit the Seven Stars Lariat, but only got a two-count on O'Reilly. Be sure to keep on scrolling after reading the grades for our live feed during the show, including additional highlights and screen shots from the event. Then in the most shocking move of the match, Dream took it to a whole new level by hitting the Dream Valley Driver on the ring apron and followed it with his Purple Rainmaker elbow drop.
His high-flying offense would come back to haunt him once again, though, as Ricochet was in mid-rotation in the air -- vertical and upside down -- when Cole nailed a superkick flush. Cole followed with a vertical suplex neckbreaker, but that, too, only earned a two-count. Gargano used the retaining wall to prop himself up, but he appeared to be in dire straits at this moment. Bate also popped the crowd earlier by showing his tremendous strength by holding up Strong to spin him as he carried O'Reilly on his back before German suplexing both of them. As the broadcast faded to black, Ciampa held his title aloft and stared down Gargano. Ciampa went for the stairs again, but Gargano flipped it around, threw Ciampa into the barricade a few times, and then pulled the bottom level of the steel steps further out from the ring.
Ricochet performed a on Cole to win the title. Number of permitted concurrent streams will vary based on the terms of your subscription. Here you will be getting all the major events like Smackdown, Raw. Chants continued to ring through the crowd in equal tone and volume for both teams, and a mad scramble led Strong to lock a Boston Crab in while O'Reilly put on a triangle choke on Bate. Gargano could not stand up by a ten count, thus Ciampa retained the title.
Gargano eventually lined up for his outside-in spear, countered an angel's wings into a head scissors and eventually won the scramble with a German suplex. Pricing, channels, features, content, and compatible devices subject to change. Each full-bodied swing left another part of the crutch to go flying, but Ciampa had Gargano on the ropes on the apron. It is Brooklyn, after all. Cole has been an impressive-enough champion to give him the benefit of the doubt as the possible winner here, but Ricochet's momentum is hard to ignore, and he has a speed advantage that could be the key to victory. Through it all, however, Johnny Wrestling proved to be the valiant hero he always claimed to be. She defeated Baszler in the inaugural Mae Young Classic final and looked to take her career to new heights at TakeOver by doing it one more time.
A solid, entertaining match as always from all four of the athletes involved. With Black out of action after a groin injury, the match was changed to a between Ciampa and Gargano. They had a surreal but entertaining skit by a swimming pool last week, and I hope that they form an odd couple tag team after this match. On the other hand, Shayna racking up win after win over established names on big shows will get her over as a killer. In another enormous show of strength, Bate picked O'Reilly up with one hand, carried him halfway across the ring and powerbombed him into Strong to break the submission hold and earn a thunderous reaction. The Velveteen Dream How to Watch Start Time: 6 p.