WWE Cruiserweight Classic Results (7/27) – Sabre vs Dux, Gulak/Sihra, Brian Kendrick Returns

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WWE Cruiserweight Classic Results

July 27th, 2016 

Report By Joshua Lopez for WrestleZone.com

First Match: Tyson Dux (Canada) vs. Zack Sabre Jr (UK) in a First Round Match in the Cruiserweight Classic Tournament 

Sabre and Dux shake hands before the bell rings. Sabre and Dux locks up. Sabre applies a armbar. Sabre with a single leg take down. Sabre applies a modified ankle lock. Dux reverses the hold, but Sabre counters with a side headlock. Dux responds with a headscissors submission hold. Sabre escapes the hold. Dux applies a wrist lock, but Sabre counters with a cravate. Dux with a fireman’s carry takeover to Sabre. Dux applies the cravate, but Sabre counters with the wrist lock. Step over into a hammer lock. Sabre with the Jim Break’s Special. Dux drops Sabre with a scoop slam. Dux lands a knife edge chop. Dux whips Sabre into the corner. Sabre with a back elbow to Dux. Sabre drops Dux with a european uppercut.

Sabre with a running uppercut to Dux in the corner. Sabre kicks Dux in the shoulder. Sabre slaps Dux in the face. Dux plants Sabre with the Fisherman’s Brain Buster for a two count. Dux gets Sabre trapped in the Fujiwara Armbar. Sabre rolls Dux up for a two count. Dux with a elbow drop for a two count. Dux with a series of forearms to Sabre. Sabre ducks a clothesline from Dux and applies the Octopus Hold. Sabre kicks Dux in the wrist. Sabre with a leg sweep to Dux. Sabre with a running knee for a two count. Dux with the Manhattan Drop to Sabre. Dux follows that up with a DDT for a two count. Dux goes for the Texas Cloverleaf Submission Hold, but Sabre counters with a rollup with a bridge for a two count. Dux gets Sabre back into the fireman’s carry position, but Sabre counters with a Kimura Lock. Before Dux can reach the top rope. Sabre locks in the Omoplata and Dux taps out. 

Winner: Zack Sabre Jr. (UK) via Submission