Milk Chocolate (Brandon Watts & Randy Summers) vs. The Colony (Fire Ant & Worker Ant) from Beyond Wrestling Tournament for Tomorrow 3:16
Post by Kevin Ford
Watts sticks his finger in Fire Ant’s buttocks. Fire Ant responds with a dropkick to the corner. Watts dropkicks him to the floor and follows out with a plancha off the middle turnbuckle. Worker Ant sends Summers out and follows with a pescado. Fire Ant hip tosses Watts into the turnbuckles and gives him a brainbuster. Summers jumps in and unloads with forearms to Fire Ant’s face. Fire Ant responds with some of his own. Summers takes him down with a rolling clothesline. Worker Ant breaks the cover. He takes down Summers with a back suplex. Watts bicycle kicks Worker Ant. He tries a standing moonsault but Worker Ant gets his knees up to block it. Watts tries a suplex. Summers helps him out. Fire Ant jumps in and the Colony win the battle for a double suplex. Milk Chocolate hit the floor and the Colony follow with stereo suicide dives. Fire Ant blocks a lariat attempt from Summers. Summers flapjacks him into an Ace Crusher from Watts. Watts grabs the bottom rope to break the cover. Fire Ant Frankensteiner’s his way out of a double team. Worker Ant clotheslines Summers into Watts, then back suplexes them simultaneously. Watts dropkicks Worker Ant as Worker Ant climbs to the top turnbuckle. Worker Ant throws Watts down. He misses a double stomp and Watts clips him with a neckbreaker, I guess? Running boots and rolling clotheslines bring us back to one. Milk Chocolate assault Worker Ant with dropkicks and knees in the corner. Fire Ant comes in to fight but succumbs to the numbers game. He cracks Summers in the head with an enzuigiri. Summers powerbombs Fire Ant into a back cracker from Watts for the pin at 7:13.
Milk Chocolate looked really off during this match and nothing connected with the crowd. This was rough, and I think it stinks the Colony had two below par showings during this tournament. *
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