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November 30, 2014 / Kevin Ford

EYFBO (Mike Draztik & Angel Ortiz) vs. John Silver & Ryan Galeone from Beyond Wrestling Tournament for Tomorrow 3:16

Post by Kevin Ford

Draztik trips Silver to escape a wristlock. Draztik fights up from Silver’s lateral press. Silver shoulder blocks him down and scores a two count with a huracanrana. He catches Draztik with a pair of uppercuts. Ortiz and Galeone tag in. Ortiz dodges Galeone’s advances and throws some punches. Galeone cuts him off with a big dropkick. Ortiz goes for a tornado DDT. Galeone stops him mid-move and gives him a vertical suplex. Draztik blind tags in. Ortiz catches Galeone with a palm strikes of sorts coming off the middle rope. Draztik comes in with a slingshot senton. Silver comes to Galeone on the floor, but they move when they see EYFBO looking to dive. EYFBO however are able to catch them on opposite sides of the ring with pescado’s. Galeone catches Draztik in the corner back in the ring and powerbombs him onto Ortiz. He powerbombs Ortiz. While Draztik is regrouping, Silver and Galeone wear down Ortiz in their half of the ring. Ortiz rolls out out of a double clutch from Silver and Galeone. Draztik gets the tag. He wraps Silver’s legs around Galeone’s neck and DDT’s Silver, also affecting Galeone. He does the deal with a Falcon Arrow, then comes off the top with a 450 splash. Galeone breaks the pin and pitches Draztik out. Draztik quickly recovers and tries a high crossbody. Galeone catches him mid-air with a backbreaker. EYFBO take out Galeone with a blockbuster/neckbreaker combo. Ortiz looks to dive onto Galeone, but Silver cuts him off with a lariat. Draztik looks for his own dive. Galeone cuts him off with a boot from the floor. Silver bicycle kicks Draztik in the back of the head and gives him a bridging German suplex. Ortiz jumps in to break the cover. Ortiz throws Silver into Galeone, knocking Galeone off the apron. Ortiz assists Draztik with a Canadian Destroyer on Silver for the pin at 11:04.

A fun match with plenty of engaging action. EYFBO have been stand-outs on this weekend and Silver and Galeone were more than formidable adversaries. It’s a shame that Silver’s profile has seemingly shrunk, as I think he’s really talented.  **¾

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