Siege on Scariff II – [Sep 23rd, 2018] – Show Review

Siege on Scariff II
by BrazillDazzle
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Ryuk vs. Joey Wheeler (C)
(Atom-Weight Title Match)
4.25/5

 

Ryuk drags Joey across the ring and slams his head repeatedly into the top turnbuckle. Ryuk counters Joey with a Roundhouse Kick and then connects on a Hurricanranna. He then lands a Backstabber and follows it up with a Suplex. Joey fights back. Joey connects on a middle rope Shoulder Block. He misses a Dropkick. Ryuk makes him pay by landing a Back Suplex. Ryuk climbs up to the top rope and goes for a Flying Crossbody. Joey catches him and turns it into a Stun Gun! Joey goes for the first cover. Ryuk kicks out at one. Joey punches Ryuk off the apron. Ryuk drops his knees across Joey’s forehead a few times before whipping him back into the ring. Ryuk now goes for a cover. The champion kicks out at one. Ryuk misses an Elbow Drop from the middle rope. Joey now climbs to the top rope and hits a Splash. Joey turns it into a cover, but Ryuk kicks out at two-and-a-half. Ryuk counters Joey with a Reverse DDT. Ryuk drags Joey to the middle of the ring and connects on a huge Suplex. Joey locks in a Half Boston Crab. Ryuk fights out of it. Ryuk lands a Shining Wizard!

Joey hits a Jawbreaker. Hook of the leg: Ryuk kicks out in the nick of time. Ryuk lands a Step-Up Inseguri. Ryuk now goes for a cover. This was a near-fall. Ryuk busts Joey open with a few elbow strikes. Ryuk lands a Springboard Plancha. Ryuk now punches Joey off the apron. Ryuk takes the fighting briefly outside. Ryuk counters Joey’s Brainbuster and goes for a pin. Joey kicks out at two. Ryuk now lands a DDT. Ryuk hits a huge Suplex onto Joey. Ryuk climbs up and hits a Splash. He holds it for a cover but Joey kicks out just in time. Ryuk misses an Elbow Drop. Raditz checks on Joey but clears him to continue. Ryuk lands a Superplex after setting Joey on the top rope. He goes for the cover but Joey kicks out with passion at two. Ryuk locks in a Figure 4 Leglock. Joey outlasts it. Ryuk goes for another cover. Again, Joey kicks out at two. Joey now climbs up to the middle rope and hits a Flying DDT. Joey Wheeler hits the Insect Queen! He goes for the cover and puts Ryuk away!

 

This was a great start to the Pay-Per-View. Ryuk gave it his all in this fight, but in the end, it wasn’t enough to put Joey away. Joey is proving that he deserves his long title run.


Jack-6 and Killmonger vs. Symbiosis (C)
(TMN Green Tag-Team Title Match)
3.5/5

 

Carnage and Jack-6 kick things off. Carnage hits a Springboard 450 Splash. Carnage then lands a DDT. Jack-6 lands a Suplex and then tags in Killmonger. Carnage Clotheslines Killmonger. Killmonger connects on an Inseguri. Carnage responds with another DDT. Carnage tags in Venom. Venom Suplexes Killmonger. He hot tags in Jack-6. He repeatedly Elbows Venom. Jack-6 hits two Snake Eyes. Venom then hot tags in Carnage. Jack-6 continues his assault on Symbiosis. Carnage manages to Clothesline Jack-6. Jack-6 then Elbows Carnage. Carnage manages to counter Jack-6 with a DDT. Carnage hits an Inseguri. He then tags in Venom. Jack-6 Guillotines Venom. Jack-6 hot tags in Killmonger, who immediately unleashes a series of Dropkicks on Venom. Venom responds with a Clothesline. Venom hits a Springboard Bulldog and then connects on a Tombstone Piledriver. He then lands the Scorpion Deathdrop. He covers Killmonger. Jack-6 is there to break it up at two. Killmonger sets up and connects on a Missile Dropkick. Carnage Sucker Punches Killmonger, which interrupts his combo. Killmonger goes for a cover on Venom. It was only a near-fall. Killmonger connects on a Dropkick off the middle rope. Killmonger tags in Jack-6. Venom lands an Axehandle off the middle rope and then busts Jack-6 open. Jack-6 performs a trio of German Suplexes. Jack-6 hits a Megaton Slam and goes for the cover. Killmonger hits a Slingblade on Carnage. Venom still kicks out at two. Venom then sets Jack-6 up in the Tree of Woe. He kicks Jack-6 down. Jack-6 regains momentum. Jack-6 and Killmonger perform a Double Back Bodydrop. Killmonger goes for the pin on Venom but he kicks out at two. Killmonger tags in Jack-6. Jack-6 hits a Deadlift Powerbomb. Jack-6 then unleashes a series of clubbing blows to Venom. Venom lands a Tombstone Piledriver. Venom locks in a Sharpshooter. This makes Jack-6 tap out!

 

I think The M4gNation has figured out how to stop Jack-6 – lock in a Sharpshooter. This seems to be the one move he cannot break out of. Symbiosis looked pretty strong in their victory today.


Zamasu vs. Ryu (C)
(Solar Flare Title Match)
3.5/5

 

Ryu hits an early Kick and then lands a Neckbreaker. Ryu then lands a Suplex. Ryu misses a Knee Drop. Zamasu lands an Atomic Drop. Ryu lands a Stun Gun. He then locks in a submission. Zamasu fights out of it. Zamasu locks in a headlock. Ryu muscles his way out of it. He then hits a huge Uppercut! Zamasu lands another Atomic Drop and then transitions it into a Scoop Slam. Zamasu climbs up to the top rope and connects on an Elbow Drop. Zamasu readies the band but misses the Sweet Chin Music. Ryu takes advantage and lands a Running Sit-down Powerbomb. Ryu counters with a Neckbreaker. Ryu lands another Shoryuken.  Ryu covers Zamasu. It was a near-fall. Zamasu goes for a cradle but the Champion kicks out at one. Zamasu hits a Snap DDT. Ryu hits the Hadouken! He goes for a cover but Zamasu grabs the bottom rope. He lands yet another Hadouken. He goes for the cover again. This puts Zamasu away.

 

This was a surprisingly quick match considering who the two participants are. Ryu was in control for a good amount of time. Zamasu hasn’t seemed like himself since he lost the belt a few weeks ago. It’ll be interesting to see who Ryu faces next.


Black Widow vs. Hawkgirl (C) (Supernova Title Match) 4/5

 

Black Widow Suplexes Hawkgirl. She then lands a Gutbuster. Hawkgirl climbs up and lands an Elbow Drop. She then wrenches at Black Widow’s right arm. Black Widow counters with a Jawbreaker. Black Widow then locks in a submission. The Champion easily kicks out of it. Hawkgirl covers Black Widow. She kicks out easily at one. Hawkgirl connects on a Springboard Plancha. Black Widow counters with a Suplex. Hawkgirl regains momentum. Black Girl hits a Frankensteiner. She then locks in a Headlock. Hawkgirl fights out of it. Hawkgirl then goes for a cover. Black Widow kicks out at one. Hawkgirl takes Black Widow on a ride to Suplex City. Black Widow climbs up to the top rope and connects on an Elbow Drop. Hawkgirl hits a Powerbomb. She holds it for a pin. Black Widow kicks out at two; it was just a near-fall. Hawkgirl then climbs up and hits a Flying Crossbody. Again, she holds it for a pin. And yet again Black Widow kicks out. Black Widow hits a Twisting Neckbreaker. She goes for a cover but the Champion kicks out at two. Black Widow then drapes Hawkgirl across the top turnbuckle. Black Widow climbs up and drops her knees across Hawkgirl’s chest. She goes for a cover. It was only a one-count.

Black Widow connects on a Springboard 450. Hawkgirl responds with an Inseguri. She goes for a cover. Black Widow kicks out at two. Black Widow punches Hawkgirl. She goes for a cover. The champ kicks out at one. Black Widow climbs up to the top rope. Hawkgirl catches her in mid-air and drops her on the turnbuckle. She goes for a cover. Black Widow kicks out at two. Hawkgirl lands a Brainbuster but quickly loses momentum. She gets taken down by a Side-Russian Legsweep. Hawkgirl climbs up to the top rope but misses a Frog Splash. Black Widow cannot capitalize and instead gets covered. It was a near-fall. The champ misses a Swanton. Black Widow hits that Neckbreaker. She goes for the cover. Hawkgirl kicks out with fractions of a second left. She then connects on a Springboard Moonsault. This still isn’t enough to put the champ away. She goes for another cover and this puts Hawkgirl away!

 

This was a pretty good match. Both competitors were evenly matched. Black Widow just put up too much of a combo at the end to put Hawkgirl away. This was definitely a highlight for Black Widow’s career.


Moon Knight vs. Android 13 (C)
(TMN Green Title Match)
4.25/5

 

Moon Knight puts 13 in a Headlock takedown. He then lands a Backbreaker. 13 connects on a Powerslam. He then unleashes some clubbing blows on Moon Knight. 13 counters Moon Knight. Moon Knight responds with a Neckbreaker. He climbs up to the top rope but climbs back down. 13 uses this to gain momentum by hitting a big Boot. Moon Knight responds with a Guillotine. Moon Knight lands a Suplex. 13 responds with another Boot. Moon Knight counters with a Shoulder Block. Moon Knight goes for a cover. It was only a one-count. Moon Knight locks in a Half Boston Crab, but 13 fights out of it. Moon Knight locks it in again. Again, 13 kicks out of it. 13 tosses Moon Knight aside. He then hits a Corkscrew Neckbreaker. He lands a Snapmare and locks in a Headlock. Moon Knight muscles his way out of it. Moon Knight regains momentum. He Clotheslines 13. 13 manages to regain momentum. He readies the Spear but gets countered. Moon Knight goes for a cover. It was a near-fall. Moon Knight hits the Tombstone Piledriver. Hook of the leg by the challenger. It was still a near-fall.

13 lands a Stun Gun. 13 counters Moon Knight with a Reverse DDT. 13 then lands a Jackhammer. He goes for the cover. Moon Knight kicks out with fractions of a second left. 13 then lands a Pumphandle Overhead Suplex. This forces Moon Knight to take a breather outside the ring. 13 immediately whips him back into the ring. Moon Knight goes for a cheeky cover. It was a near-fall. Moon Knight sets 13 up on the top turnbuckle. He hits a mid-rope Avalanche Driver. Moon Knight then lands his second Tombstone Piledriver. He goes for the cover. It still isn’t enough to put the champion away. 13 busts Moon Knight open. He goes for a cover. It was a near-fall. Moon Knight Uppercuts 13. He climbs to the middle-rope and hits an Elbow Drop. Moon Knight hits a Suplex and bridges it for a pin. 13 kicks out at two. 13 connects on another Spear. This puts Moon Knight away.

 

I think this match had a really good build. Moon Knight worked early on 13 but 13 showed his resiliency and stamina throughout the match. Moon Knight put up a great fight, but could not put away the Android. Android 13 shows why he’s the champion.

 

 

 

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