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FCW Taping Results (SPOILERS)

August 12, 2011 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas

Credit: Richard Trionfo & PWInsider

On Thursday night, Florida Championship Wrestling held their latest set of television tapings for the next three shows on Bright House Sports Network in Florida. These shows were for the air dates of September 4, September 11, and September 18.

They added an area by the entrance that ended up being used by wrestlers to watch some of the matches during the show with a few chairs.

Your announcers for all three shows were Byron Saxton and Matt Martlaro. The ring announcer for all three shows was Cameron Gray (Ariane from Tough Enough)

Here are the results

September 4, 2011 Episode
Match Number One: Rick Victor defeated Matt Ulesky (couldn’t really hear the name too clearly) with a spinebuster followed by a running European uppercut into the corner.

Match Number Two: Kenneth Cameron and Tito Colon with Raquel Diaz defeated Mike Dalton and Abraham Washington after a gutbuster followed by a lungblower on Dalton.

Match Number Three: Leakee defeated Damien Sandow with a rollup. After the match, Sandow attacked Leakee and he gave Leakee a swinging neck breaker on the floor and then sent him into the ring steps.

FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Bo Rotundo and FCW Divas Champion and Queen of FCW Aksana were interviewed in the back by Briley Pierce. Bo was asked about his brother’s match against Conor O’Brian and Husky Harris enters the area and he tells Bo that Aksana is bad for him and that she is keeping him from being brought up to the main roster.

Maxine and Leo Kruger are in Norman Smiley’s office and Steve Keirn tells Maxine that she is the FCW General Manager again. Keirn says that he wants to talk to Kruger about his match with Bo Rotundo for the FCW Florida Heavyweight Title. Maxine tells Norman that he is going to be the referee for the match between Kruger and Rotundo next week for the FCW Heavyweight Title.

Match Number Four: Richie Steamboat defeated Colin Cassady and Rodney Thomas with Brad Maddox by disqualification when Cassady and Thomas continued their attack on Steamboat without adhering to the referee’s warning. After the match, Maddox joined in and he eventually hit Steamboat with his shoe.

Match Number Five: Conor O’Brian with Ricardo Rodriguez and Raquel Diaz defeated Husky Harris with a boot to Harris after Harris almost knocked Diaz off the apron.


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