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Ricochet vs. Will Ospreay
Seriously, we were done – the crowd started doing the “ten” chant on this, and every other count-out spot on the show – but Ricochet and Ospreay pulled themselves back up to exchange punches and kicks, before they embarked on an insane sequence. Shoulder tackles, flipped out headscissors, blocked OsCutters and Benadryllers gave way to swerved kicks, and then the dualling handspring spot led to… the ropes breaking!They repeated the double big boot spot as they hit the mat – and out came some of the ring crew to try and make some running repairs. Fortunately, Will Ospreay didn’t land too badly from that handspring collapsing, and the match continued as Ospreay hit a shotgun dropkick to take Ricochet to the floor… joining him he dived over the middle rope. The pair trade shots around the ring to give the ring crew a shot at repairing the top rope. Ospreay does a Trent, chopping the ring post, before he’s held in place by the fans as Ricochet runs up to chop the Best of Super Juniors winner. Ospreay replies with a back suplex onto the apron, before he motions to the ring crew “what can I do without a top rope?!” It seemed that the ring crew were going to use a ratchet strap to put the top rope back up, but instead Ricochet pulls the loose buckle away and hits a standing moonsault off the grounded top turnbuckle. Confusing? Not really… That gets Ricochet a near-fall, but he’s quickly rebounding off the middle rope courtesy of a drop toe hold. Will tries for a springboard elbow off the middle rope, then he grounds Ricochet with a cravat and a rear chinlock. Ospreay comes off the ropes, but gets dropped with a pop-up tiltawhirl backbreaker as those bloody “ten” chants returned. They both recovered, and decided to F the top rope, unhooking the remaining buckles a la Chris Hero a few weeks back. A straight kick to the face sets up Ospreay for a springboard elbow from Ricochet,who then misses a roundhouse kick before drilling Will with a Regalplex for a near-fall. Ricochet seems to go for a Finlay roll, but he changes his mind as Ospreay elbows out and kicks him into the corner, finishing off with a Shibata like diving dropkick and a cross-legged Falcon arrow for a near-fall. Somehow, Ospreay succeeds in attempting the OsCutter off the middle rope, but it’s caught as a series of back and forth kicks leads to a poison rana from Ricochet, who then takes a standing Spanish Fly to leave both men down once more! Some rebounding forearm smashes leave both men groggy, before some chops give way to a roundhouse kick and a floating Northern lights that sees Ospreay counter the follow-up into a Stundog Millionaire! Ricochet comes back with a spinning suplex and a standing shooting star press for a near-fall, before he goes all the way up to the middle rope as he aborts a shooting star press, then gets a one-count from a Lumbar Check. Nevermind, an axe kick to the top of the head, then an inverted brainbuster is enough, as Ricochet wins the best match you’ll see between two fliers with no top rope!

Winner: Ricochet

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