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September 30, 2012 / CJWilson

JT Dunn vs. Dave Cole from Beyond Wrestling Armory Amore 2012

Post by Chris Wilson:

This match took back in 2012 at Armory Amore. This was JT Dunn’s first match that started his singles run. JT Dunn was a member of the Professional Wrestling Revolution along with Jon Harder, Leon St. Giovanni, and Mark Shurman. This was the match that really separated Dunn from that stable.

Dave Cole boots JT Dunn onto the Professional Wrestling Revolution and hits a diving double stomp, on the outside, to all 4 members. The Professional Wrestling Revolution leave and let Dunn fight on his own. Cole attempts a suicide dive, but Dunn catches him with a kick. The match starts when Dunn brings Cole back into the ring after a suicide dive of his own. Cole hits Dunn, in the corner, with a Yakuza to the back of Dunn’s head for a 2 count. Cole hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a 2 count. Cole hits an airplane spin and follows it up with a single knee gutbuster and a clothesline for a 2 count. Dunn hits a crossbody off the second rope for a 2 count. Cole attempts a Dave Cole bomb, but Dunn throws Cole over him and Cole’s legs land on the ropes. Dunn hits a Dave Cole Bomb into the corner and Cole lands on his neck and follows it up with an elbow strike, but Dunn only gets a 2 count. Dunn hits a diving double stomp to the back of Dave Cole for a 2 count. Cole hits a modified Tiger Driver for a nearfall. Cole attempts another Dave Cole Bomb, but Dunn reverses and superkicks Cole in the knee and hits an elbow strike for the 3 count and the win.

A good match here that started Dunn’s single run that would eventually lead to him having matches with the likes of Johnny Gargano, Michael Elgin, and Chris Hero.

Chris Wilson


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