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January 12, 2013 / TJ Hawke

#KOA (Sugar Dunkerton & Aaron Epic) vs. The Front (Nicholas Kaye & Eric Corvis) from CZW’s Ascension 2013


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Recap from Matthew Gaylon:

We start with all four men brawling in the ring. Dunkerton tosses Corvis to the outside and joins Epic in beating down Kaye. Corvis is back in, but walks into a drop toe hold from Epic. Tandem dives to the outside from the #KOA. Epic and Corvis take the action back into the ring, but Kaye pulls Epic to the outside. Diving forearm to the outside by Corvis catches Dunkerton. Corvis gets Epic back inside the ring and goes for a pin but only gets two. Corvis locks in a chinlock on Epic. Epic works out of it and hits a chinbreaker on Corvis. Epic walks into a superkick from Corvis which gets a two count. Corvis tags in Kaye who begins to work over Epic in the corner. Kaye hangs Epic over the middle turnbuckle and hits the double-knees to the gut. Epic gets in a couple chops but can’t break Kaye’s momentum who continues to dominate. Epic manages to sweep the legs of Kaye and follows it up with a kick to the head. Epic finally tags in Dunkerton as Kaye tags in Corvis. Sugar comes in and gets some instant offense in on both members of The Front. Big flying knee from Sugar hits Corvis. Kaye takes down Sugar and throws Corvis on top for the pin, but it’s broken up by Epic. The Front double teams Epic and hits him with a hard German Suplex. Corvis slams Dunkerton and ascends to the top rope, but misses the big splash. Sugar tags in Epic who hits a clothesline on Kaye and a stunner on Corvis. Kaye goes for a backslide on Corvis, but only gets one. Combination Lightning Spiral Lariat on Corvis! Epic goes for the pin but Corvis is too close to the ropes. Kaye and Dunkerton start brawling on the outside. Corvis hits Epic with a snapmare driver into the corner! Corvis covers Epic and this one is over.

Winner: The Front (Corvis and Kaye)

Rating: ***


Matt’s Thoughts: I didn’t love this match. I liked it, but I didn’t love it. The crowd was pretty dead during most of it, which hurt the energy and momentum. The match was short, but the guys did fine with the time they had. I wasn’t a fan of the commentating at all, as I found it distracting from the in-ring action (because they called very little of the in-ring action). This match was fine for what it was, but it wasn’t anything special.


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