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Ricochet & Tessa Blanchard vs. Will Ospreay & Bea Priestley

We start with Ricochet and Ospreay… but Will instantly tags out to Bea, as does Ricochet. Blanchard uses Ospreay’s see-saw kip ups to get out of a wristlock, before she’s taken to the corner as Tess tags in… so Bea rushes to tag in Will. The crowd are all over Ospreay, who boots Ricochet in the gut before Ricochet comes back with a headscissor takedown. Will replies in kind, and they’ve gone from 0-100 in a matter of seconds. Ricochet and Blanchard land a pair of dropkicks before Ricochet fakes out a dive… but Tessa doesn’t! Back inside, Ricochet grabs a rear chinlock, before he picks up Ospreay for that bow and arrow hold for some turnbuckle batting and an airplane spin that dizzies both men. Tessa tags in to face the dizzy Ospreay, and she gets a drop toe hold for her boyfriend to follow up on with a dropkick. Priestley comes in and gets dropped, before an insane complex rope running sequence ends with Ricochet and Tessa taking a pair of Cheeky Nando’s! The intergender stuff kicks in with Ospreay throwing Blanchard into the turnbuckle, before a slam in the middle of the ring gives way to some double-teaming as Ricochet inadvertently tied up the referee. Bea chokes Tessa in the ropes, then grabs a camel clutch… before Ospreay catches Ricochet in one as Tessa is forced to eat some of Bea’s gum. Ricochet gets some too after Bea gives Will some to hand over. After those shenanigans, Ospreay tags in as Tessa tries for a tag, but he decides to make out with Bea – which leads to a double ‘rana from Tessa who finally makes the hot tag out. A back body drop from Ricochet takes down Ospreay, but Bea replies by shoving some gum into Ricochet’s forehead. So he decks her with a pump kick! Ospreay charges at Ricochet, but takes a 619 in the corner for a near-fall, before Ricochet uses his other half to take down Will with a rana out of the corner. A standing shooting star press gets Ricochet a near-fall, before Ospreay blocked a Regalplex and came back with a handspring corkscrew kick. Priestley and Ospreay combine to take down Ricochet for another near-fall, before Ricochet uses them on each other for an accidental DDT. Blanchard unloads on Ospreay in the corner with chops, but he takes her down… but not for too long as Blanchard drops Priestley with a forearm as this gets amped up again. A pair of Destroyers see the women come out on top before all four competitors are left laying. The two women exchange forearms, before Ospreay kicks Tessa in the midsection… but Ricochet enters to drop Will with a pop up powerslam. Tess is spun around by Ricochet for a satellite DDT onto Ospreay, before a hammerlock DDT from Blanchard takes down Priestley… but the Swords of Essex come down to really uneven things. Ricochet takes down Robinson and Wainwright, before wiping them out with a somersault plancha, but that leaves Blanchard alone in the ring. Bea kicks away at Tessa’s arm, then grabs a Kimura with some body scissors… but Tessa fights out and lands a move I don’t know how to call. A diving corkscrew kick from Ospreay cuts off Blanchard before she can make a cover, and all that’s left is for Will to drape Bea over Tessa to steal the win.

Winner: Will Ospreay & Bea Priestley

01.07.2017 by kingricochetcom
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