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  1. Talk about it here.
  2. One of these dream matches we didn't know we wanted to watch until it was booked and it lives up to expectations. Rey has historically bummed knees from all the crazy dives from over the past 20 years, so Ki goes after that first and then they do a cool knuckle lock section with Ki headbutts, Rey kicks to the mouth and neck bridges. There's a ton of cool stuff moving forward with Rey popping Ki in the mouth with a springboard dropkick before doing a baseball slide dive to the floor, Ki's John Woo dropkick on a seated Rey, Ki adjusting the Warrior's Way only for him to get dumped off the top by Rey and the highlight for me was the constant tease of the 619 which was built around perfectly. On one of the 619 attempts, Ki pulls on the second rope and Rey takes a nasty bump on the outside which is reminiscent of one of his nutty WCW day bumps. Rey finally hitting the 619 got a massive pop due to the extensive tease, plus Rey finishing with the tribute Eddie frog splash was an awesome way of closing this out. Great match.
  3. According to a Steen, he was talking with Homicide before the show and they were told Teddy couldn't do the match because he had suffered an arm injury, however before the show Steen and Homicide still saw Teddy doing pull ups on the hoops at the venue. Teddy comes out before the match with bandage around his arm and Homicide goes after it and Teddy has to abandon the ringside, leaving Steen and Generico by themselves and turning this into a 2 on 3 handicap match. Very good Southern style handicap match with everyone playing their roles regardless. Ki unmasks Generico and he gets massive heat as he puts Generico's mask on. Teddy comes out after the match to try to save his Canadian partners, but Steen ends up eating a backdrop and double stomp off the top rope combo.
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  5. This is the first ever singles match these two ever had and it's absolutely nuts. This starts out a bit slow and the commentators mention Teddy injured his knee during a TNA TV taping, however that doesn't stop him from pulling out a top rope Asai moonsault on which he re-injures his knee which of course leads to the craziness. Homicide begins going after Teddy's bummed knee by constantly bashing it with wild chair shots and by doing a modified Bret Hart-esque corner figure 4. Homicide also puts a crazy beating on Teddy suplexing him into the guard rail. They also brawl all over the arena and Homicide hits Teddy with a piledriver on the bleachers and he also tosses him from the bleachers. Of course, Teddy being Teddy, despite the bum knee, he still hits some of his contrived offense before getting blasted by a huge lariat.
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