The Elite have made a lot of enemies as of late, as they have broken up SCU, and taken Jon Moxley, Rey Fenix & PAC out of action. However, there are still names standing who are ready to take the fight to The Elite, namely Eddie Kingston, Frankie Kazarian, and Penta El Zero Miedo. This trio will be in action tonight, as they take on Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson & Matt Jackson in what is sure to be a wild brawl.
The Elite Are Up To Their Usual Tricks
Kazarian would start with Anderson, and start throwing hands quickly. He’d tag in Penta who nailed some quick kicks, before Anderson raked the eyes of Penta. Jackson tagged in and hit a kick, before taking a slingblade. Anderson took a thrust kick and slingblade as well to get him out of the ring. Kingston got a tag, and applied a camel clutch as Penta lined up a kick to the face.
Jackson took a headbutt before being driven off the turnbuckle and bouncing off. Kingston nearly beheaded Jackson with the uraken, but Gallows got a tag in after the dodge. Gallows would absorb some shoulder tackles from Kingston, before being taken down with a diving variant off the middle rope.
This one spilled to an outside brawl, where The Elite thrive but so does Kingston. Jackson took advantage by hiding and jumping onto Kingston, before punching him out. Gallows threw his weight into Penta at ringside, before Anderson sent him into the ring post. Kingston was thrown back into the ring, and Kazarian finally reappeared, having gotten lost by the camera during the brawl.
Gallows hit some heavy handed blows in the corner. Anderson tagged in and this was Kingston’s chance to get free, but he’d have his eyes gouged. The Good Brothers lifted Jackson into a dropkick, getting a near fall. Kingston would take some punches to the head, and fire back with some heavy chops before his eyes were gouged again.
Nick Jackson Blinds Penta El Zero Mideo
Jackson was thrown with a belly to belly suplex, and Kingston finally tagged in Kazarian. Anderson got a tag at the same time, but was hit with a scoop slam and springboard leg drop for a two count. Kazarian would look for the Crossface Chickenwing, but Gallows broke it up, before taking a kick to the face. Anderson nailed a spinebuster, but Kazarian tagged in Penta.
Penta would take Jackson down before diving onto Gallows & Anderson, before coming back into the ring with a slingshot DDT. Jackson would be rushed down with strikes in the corner, before taking Fear Factor, a Backdrop Driver and The Angels Wings. Kingston got the cover, but Gallows broke the pinfall up.
The referee lost control and allowed an unseen tag to Anderson, who took a superkick to the side of the head. Penta looked for another Fear Factor, but Anderson countered into a neckbreaker before tagging in Gallows. Good Brothers hit a backdrop into a neckbreaker, and Jackson hit a diving elbow but Penta kicked out at two.
Magic Killer was set up, but Kazarian made the save before sending Gallows to the outside. Jackson nailed a superkick, before Kingston took him out with the half & half suplex, and Anderson took him down with a single leg dropkick. Anderson was alone briefly, before Penta took him down. Penta went up top, and Nick Jackson came out of nowhere and sprayed the eyes of Penta. Anderson nailed a diving neckbreaker, and claimed the win.
This was a chaotic six man tag team match which truly felt right out of NJPW, right down to usual Bullet Club tactics. The babyface trio got a ton of offense in, and The Elite needed some extra help to steal another win. It was fun as hell, and just makes you want to see the Elite crumble. Match Rating: 3.75/5 (*** 3/4)
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