Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Ecw on ScyFy 10/20/09 Results and Review Countdown to Bragging Rights

Ecw on ScyFy 10/20/09 Results

Yoshi Tatsu defeated Zack Ryder
Sheamus vs A Jobber no contest
Christian defeated Chris Jericho

Ecw on ScyFy 10/20/09 Review

Abraham Washington started the show off, and was interesting. It was only interesting because Chris Jericho walked by interrupting the show. The whole beginning segment was made cool because of Y2J, but why is he on ECW? Interesting.

Yoshi Tatsu defeated Zack Ryder

Zack Ryder and Yoshi Tatsu battled it out to see who would get an ECW title shot, and it was interesting at the start. The two newer members of the WWE roster have actually been better than many other talents that WWE has tried to develop, but they aren’t major hits, like many others. There was a small, but visible Yoshi Tatsu chant midway through the match, which was good, and he definitely had some good moves overall, he was starting this match out great. The match turned into a rest hold circus with Ryder putting on wear down hold after wear down hold to try and get this thing going in his favor. Yoshi kept reversing things and trying to sneak out of things. Yoshi eventually got a ton of offense in, and it was actually quite good, then followed up with a sweet springboard finisher to win this match up clean.

Jericho got a meeting backstage trying to get more talent for his team, but was essentially kicked out.

Sheamus vs A Jobber no contest

Sheamus defated a jobber with ease. I’m not a big fan of jobber matches, andthis match was terrible…but out came Shelton Benjamin to break things up, so the match was thrown out. Even Benjamin knew how boring this match was and broke into the place to show things up. A brawl ensued and wow, Benjamin looks ready to fight.

Paul Burchill was in ring talking smack about The Hurricane, then the real Hurricane showed up, and this was over. I’m sick of the Hurricane already, he’s fat.

Christian defeated Chris Jericho

Christian beat Jericho at Wrestlemania 19 in Seattle, so this match didn’t really catch my attention too much. Yes, these two can really put on a good match up, but it’s ECW, I’m tired and I don’t know, maybe there is just other things I could be doing…I kid. I still can’t believe Christian is on ECW and not main eventing a bigger show, especially since ditching TNA for WWE. Jericho had this thing working in his favor in the early goings of this match, putting in some good offense against the ECW Champion. However, Christian wasn’t going to just lie down and take it, and he started to fight back with some great moves. The second rope dropkick was picture perfect, proving that he’s not just some second tier champion. Even though Christian pushed things forward, it was Jericho that had things all figured out moving forward. Jericho was methodically punishing Christian with every step, until he gloated too long and couldn’t land the Lionsault on Christian. Christian then switched things around, moved towards finishing this match, hitting a spinning elbow off the middle rope, then going for the Killswitch! However, amidst Christian’s offense, Jericho nearly got the Twist of Fate, only to get countered and this match started to look like a little more than television fare. Jericho kept fighting and eventually did get Christian into the Walls of Jericho and this match looked as good as done for Christian. He managed to get to the ropes, and break things up, and then hit the Killswitch to garner him a stunning victory in this three star match up on ECW.

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