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FCW Live Event Results â€“ 9/16/10 [FCW Arena â€“ Tampa, FL]
Match 1: Conrad Tanner & Rudy Parker defeated Ryan Oâ€™Riley & Damien Sandow when Parker pinned Sandow
Match 2: Donnie Marlow pinned Devin Allen
Match 3: Diva Tag Team Match (Special referees Naomi & Jamie) A.J. & Aksana defeated Maxine & Kaitlyn when Aksana pinned Maxine
Match 4: Wes Brisco pinned Roman Leakee
Match 5: Tito Colon pinned Jinder Mahal
Match 6: Hunico pinned Rhys Ali
Match 7: Jackson Andrews, Brodus Clay, Eli Cottonwood & Shad Gaspard defeated Big E. Langston, Titus Oâ€™Neill, Xavier Woods, & Bobby Dutch when Clay pinned Oâ€™Neill
FCW Champion Mason Ryan, along with his manager, Byron Saxton, walked around the ring to the announcerâ€™s table and commenced a hostile takeover of the table verbally forcing Matt Martlaro & Abraham Washington to relinquish their seats and headsets so Saxton and Ryan could call the rest of the evening.
Match 8: Fatal Four Way â€“ Richie Steamboat defeated Lucky Cannon, Jacob Novak and Leo Kruger by pinning Kruger.
Match 9: Unsanctioned Lights Out, Come As You Are, Falls Count Anywhere Match â€“ Percy Watson pinned Husky Harris
News and notes on page two …
Notes About The Show:
Ashley Valence was the ring announcer for the evening.
Matt Martlaro & Abraham Washington acted as the TV announcers until the â€œtakeover by Ryan & Saxtonâ€.
Idol Stevens is now using the ring name Damian Sandow.
Orlando Colon continues to maintain two identities in FCW… Once again, he removed the mask of â€œEpicoâ€ by working as Tito Colon in an excellent, well paced match with Jinder Mahal.
Xavier Woods, the former Consequences Creed, traded his trademark â€œfroâ€ in for the cornrow look on this eveningâ€™s event. Oddly, Eli Cottonwood also had his hair in cornrows.
The fatal four way match was a strong representation of the next level of future stars as all have strong star potential and have all earned their way to this point. Lots of impressive highspots by all four.
The Main Event was a hard fought tribute to the old with brawling all over the FCW Arena Huskyâ€™s attire was reminiscent of the old â€œBunkhouse Matchâ€ look of years ago. You could see so much of his family (like Blackjack Mulligan and Barry Windham) and influences (Dusty Rhodes) not only in his appearance, but in the way he carried himself. Percy had, what I consider to be, his strongest match to date in FCW. Percyâ€™s raw athleticism and Huskyâ€™s hard work ethic and their collective showmanship made this one of the more memorable matches in the FCW Arena.
Roster talent noticeably absent from the show included Alex Riley, Bo Rotundo, Brad Maddox, Brett DiBiase (injured), Buck Dixon, Cable Jones, Caylee Turner (injured), Derrick Bateman, Drake Brewer (injured), Fahd Rakman, Johnny Curtis, and Michael McGillicutty.
It was announced that a special guest at next weekâ€™s TV taping will be WWE Hall Of Famer Howard Finkel.