Tuesday Night Spotlight results 9/18

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Tuesday Night Spotlight results 9/18

Post  OTTR on Wed Sep 19, 2012 4:38 am



Tuesday Night Spotlight opened with Commissioner Magic Ref announcing that every wrestler who won a match tonight would advance to wrestle for the Spotlight Championship next week. Nick Blade then came to the ring and issued an open challenge, which was answered by Saerin Aurora.

NICK BLADE VS. SAERIN AURORA

Nick Blade's tag team partner, Ryan Cage, was in his corner. In an unexpected twist, The 911 Kid came out to watch Saerin's back. He sat at the Spanish announce table and even did some commentary in Spanish. 911 scored the line of the night by noting the oddity of "Blade" being the tank and "Cage" the damage dealer, in reference to all the punishment Blade absorbed and Cage dished out in the Riot in the Ring. Saerin started the match with the Tope Con Hilo that drew blood on his opponent at Resurrection. Sure enough, it busted Nick Blade open here. He stayed on the offensive, but Blade battled back and threw Saerin into the barricades. Back in the ring, Blade attempted his patented knee drop from the middle rope. He missed, landing on his bad knee. Saerin took advantage with a painful Spinning Toe Hold. Cage tried to save Blade with a steel chair, but he accidentally hit his own partner before being ejected from ringside. In a last ditch effort by Blade to escape, the referee was knocked down. Blade, in excrutiating pain, tapped out, but there was no referee to see it. When the referee finally got up, he promptly stopped the match -- but not before a ton of damage was done.

WINNER: SAERIN AURORA BY TKO
NICK BLADE IS INJURED FOR 4 WEEKS.

The 911 Kid left the Spanish announce booth and prepared for his match against a mystery opponent. His opponent was revealed to be none other than...

THE 911 KID VS. ???

...GWA legend LudiCris! The match began with the wrestlers trading iPhone shots. 911 locked on the Gag Reflex, but Ludi escaped and hit the Padded Room Piledriver on the floor. He followed with a Camel Clutch, and it looked like 911 was going to suffer a similar fate as Nick Blade. Mercifully, LudiCris let his opponent out of the hold before it reached that level -- but not before causing injury -- and tried to put him away with the Straitjacket. Somehow, 911 was able to kick out. Perhaps in an act of desperation, 911 hit Ludi with brass knuckles. It went undetected by the referee. He then put Ludi's head in a folding chair and landed The Busy Signal from the top rope. That was blatant cheating, and 911 was disqualified.

WINNER: LUDICRIS BY DQ
THE 911 KID IS INJURED FOR 2 WEEKS.

A match between two men who are quickly becoming bitter rivals was up next.

KMODO DRAGON VS. MARTIN SCHIANO

These two spent much of their time in the Riot in the Ring fighting each other. Martin stated he didn't know why Kmodo hated him so much. It apparently has to do with his last name being Schiano. Although Martin lasted longer than anyone else in the Riot, many believe he would have won it all if not for Kmodo's fixation. This match started with a knee by Martin followed by Kmodo hitting a Dragon Thunder Plancha. It went back and forth until Kmodo reversed an armbar into a Gogoplata. In what became the story of the night, Martin Schiano was injured in the submission. However, he eventually broke the hold and landed a diving elbow for the pin.

WINNER: MARTIN SCHIANO
MARTIN SCHIANO IS INJURED FOR 1 WEEK.

It turned out that wasn't the only fallout from Resurrection we'd see. Ryan Cage wanted revenge on the man who won the Riot in the Ring, Idol Austin, for being the wrestler who eliminated him from the match. For the sake of our talent pool, we hoped another injury wouldn't be suffered in this one.

IDOL AUSTIN VS. RYAN CAGE

Idol Austin, perhaps sensing the pattern, started off with a submission. Cage was able to break it, which prompted Idol to land a series of high impact moves off the middle rope. He then tested his luck with a chairshot, but Cage returned the favor. Twice. It wasn't enough, as the Around the Clock contract winner regained control and landed the Idolatry for the pinfall.

WINNER: IDOL AUSTIN

The 911 Kid jumped into the ring, clapped for Idol Austin, and offered him his robe. He then kneeled by Ryan Cage's prone body and proclaimed, "Supply and Demand, my friend. Supply and Demand." Is 911 forming a new stable, or he just continuing his recent battle with Zero Tolerance?

DYNAMO CRUNCH VS. MR. SINISTER

In Dynamo's corner was his tag partner, Kmodo Dragon. Likewise, Sinister was joined by Rockshade. The rookie was aggressive in this one, starting off with a slingshot and a Superbomb through the table that would have made the Pitbulls proud. He then used a Package Piledriver on the stairs and almost got himself disqualified. After Dynamo locked in a Tongan Death Grip, Sinister escaped and cut the kid open with a huge move off the ropes. To his credit, Dynamo stayed focused and landed the Claymore Blast. Rockshade jumped in the ring and hit Dynamo with Sinister's shotgun before the ref could count to three. Both wrestlers were able to avoid DQs for their obvious bending of the rules. Sinister tried going to the well one more time and got caught. Dynamo Crunch picked up a huge win by disqualification. Could The Assassins versus Thunder & Lightning be on the horizon?

WINNER: DYNAMO CRUNCH BY DQ

Rockshade, who's now on a quest to make it to the top 10 of all time, got on the microphone and said he wanted a match. After it looked like nobody would step up to face him, his challenge was answered by Idol Austin.

ROCKSHADE VS. IDOL AUSTIN

This was a revisit of their Feud of the Year from Season 15. Idol Austin had wrestled earlier in the evening, but as the holder of the Around the Clock contract he will eventually have the luxury of challenging a fatigued champion. After trading some moves to start the match, Rockshade reversed a suplex on the floor into one of his own. He rolled him into the ring and locked on the Game Breaker. Idol battled back with a flurry of offense that included a dropkick that drew blood and punches to the wound. Rockshade turned the tables and applied the Kataha-Jime, which prompted Dynamo Crunch to run in and try to break the hold with a pipe. Evidently, Dynamo didn't take too kindly to being hit by Rockshade with a shotgun before. Unfortunately for the rookie, he missed, and Rockshade took advantage by performing the Shades of Schiano. Idol impressively kicked out, but his attempt to capitalize with the Idolatry was countered into a small package for the win.

WINNER: ROCKSHADE

Rockshade moves to #12 on the all-time list, ahead of Boomer Sooner and "Warrior" Ken Nemesis. He shook Idol Austin's hand and reminded everyone what a long night the eventual World Champion would be in for when Idol has the opportunity to use his contract.

Advancing to compete for the Spotlight Title next week: Saerin Aurora, LudiCris, Martin Schiano, Idol Austin, Dynamo Crunch, and Rockshade. One of these men will be the first ever Spotlight Champion. How it will be decided is anybody's guess.

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