AJ Styles & The Young Bucks vs. Trent Seven, Tyler Bate & Daniel Moloney from CHIKARA King of Trios 2015
Post by Kevin Ford:
This was a semi-final round match in the King of Trios 2015 tournament. Bate blocks a superkick from Nick. Bate lowers Nick’s leg to the mat instead of taking a shot. They exchange wristlocks. Nick negotiates into a side headlock. Bate cartwheels his way free. Nick brings him to the corner and stomps him down. Bate counters a whip to the corner. He gets a headlock and slams the heel of his boot into Nick’s face. Bate headscissors Nick to the corner. Nick sends him to the apron and dropkicks him to the floor. Nick follows with a suicide dive. Moloney mows down Matt with a running shoulder block. Moloney takes him over with a Frankensteiner. Matt responds with a headscissors. He moonsaults off the apron onto Moloney. Styles and Seven trade forearm strikes. They land stereo rolling clotheslines. Matt drags Seven out. Styles follows with a baseball slide. Bate airplane spins Matt. Nick tries to superkick, but Bate catches him and Giant Swings Nick at the same time. Moloney then gives Matt a TKO onto Nick. Styles decides to go for a springboard, but Seven yanks him down mid-move. Matt finds himself alone with all of Fight Club: Pro. He pokes them in the eyes and throws a flurry of punches at them. Matt then eats two superkicks and a bicycle kick at the same time. Fight Club: Pro then “too sweet” each other. Seven calls for “More Cash for Your Stache.” Matt moves out of the way. Moloney gets superkicked out of the sky. Seven comes off the top with dropkicks to Nick and Styles, landing with a senton onto Matt. Seven gives Matt a dragon suplex. He goes for a piledriver. Styles stops him with a Pele kick. Bate headbutts Styles in the stomach. The Bucks double superkick Bate . Nick tornado DDT’s Moloney on the floor. Styles gives Bate the Hollow Point. The Bucks hit Bate with the Meltzer Driver for the pin at 7:06.
Fight Club: Pro have to be considered the breakout stars of the 2015 King of Trios tournament. Their instantly likeable personalities shined through, as did their exception wrestling talent. They had consistently great matches with a variety of opponents. CHIKARA, or any promotion for that matter, would be foolish not to use them. ***½
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