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November 30, 2014 / Kevin Ford

Ryan Galeone vs. Julian Starr from Beyond Wrestling Tournament for Tomorrow 3:16

Post by Kevin Ford

When Galeone cleanly breaks a lock-up, Starr slaps him in the face. Angry, Galeone tries a swift kick to the head, but Starr ducks and hits the floor. When Starr comes back in, he backs Galeone to the corner and slaps him in the face again. Once more Starr hits the floor before Galeone can retaliate. Galeone outsmarts Starr, allowing him to get in some forearm strikes and kicks in the corner. He backdrops Starr, but Starr whips him into the corner and follows in with a forearm strike. Galeone stops Starr’s momentum with a dropkick. Starr snaps Galeone’s neck across the top rope from the apron. Starr sets up for a suplex, which Galeone reverses very quickly. He flips off the top rope for a senton which Starr evades. Starr drives his knee into the side of Galeone’s head. He snapmares Galeone into a back kick and drives his elbow into his face. Starr rakes Galeone’s face across the top rope and drives his knee into the side of his head. Galeone fights back with some shots from the apron, but Starr wins the exchange. Galeone ducks a running clothesline. He nails an enzuigiri and his own running clothesline. Starr jumps off the top turnbuckle, only to be caught with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker from Galeone, earning Galeone a two count. Starr ducks a kick and hits one of his own. A back cracker gets him a two count as well. Starr dropkicks Galeone in the corner. He drops Galeone with a Blue Thunder Bomb for two. Starr tells Galeone he won’t be anything in Beyond Wrestling. Galeone then rip cords Starr into an enzuigiri. A Doctor Bomb gives Galeone the win at 7:59.

Galeone has been somewhat of a pet project for Beyond, which is why I thought it was strange for Starr to be so dominant. Sure, it’s not a Fete show, and Galeone still got the win, but I thought this would have been a good opportunity for Galeone to really showcase his abilities. In retrospect it’s not a big deal, as Galeone’s profile in Beyond has depreciated. **

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