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2017/01/06
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WCPW Internet Championship: Ricochet vs. Cody Rhodes (c)

We start with cartwheels from each guy, before Cody takes Ricochet into the corner with a tie-up. Ricochet tries for – and misses – some signature stuff early on, before Cody snaps back with a Goldust-esque uppercut and a kick to the midsection, ending up with Ricochet dropkicking him to the outside. A Space Flying Tiger Drop sees Ricochet drop Cody in the aisle, and they head up the stage where Cody tries for a suplex. Ricochet knees his way out and slams Cody onto the stage as the pair head back to the ring. Ricochet breaks the count as he ends up whipping Cody into the crowd barriers. A kick to the chest gets Ricochet a two-count, before he comes back with a Bow and Arrow crossed with a Vertebreaker as Ricochet batted Cody’s head into the turnbuckles. Another near-fall follows from a roll-through into a dropkick, as Ricochet heads up top – only for Cody to cut him off and bring him down with a stalling superplex! Some back-and-forth punches follow, but Cody takes the upper hand with some clotheslines before attempting a Cross Rhodes, ending with a sunset flip out of the corner for a two-count. Another two comes from a Goldust-esque scoop slam, before Ricochet snaps back with a Regalplex for a near-fall himself. Cody goes to the outside for a drink of water, and of course he sprays it in Ricochet’s face. Ricochet comes back with a knee strike, but Rhodes fires with a Disaster Kick to leave both men laying… and that infernal “ten” count manages to ruin another part of wrestling. Blurry cam shows Ricochet landing a shoulder charge in the corner before Cody blocks a 450 Splash with his knees, turning it into a small package for a near-fall after the landing. Another knee strike from Ricochet knocks Cody down, as does the 619, before he climbs the ropes again for a shooting star press – but he rolls through as Cody rolled away. Cody turns a wheelbarrow attempt into the Cross Rhodes for the win.

Winner and Still WCPW Internet Champion: Cody Rhodes


01.06.2017 by kingricochetcom
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