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FCW TV Taping Results 4.05.12 (SPOILERS)

April 6, 2012 | Posted by Larry Csonka

From Richard Trionfo and Pwinsider.com:

On Thursday night, Florida Championship Wrestling held their latest set of television tapings. The episodes taped this week will air on April 22nd, April 29th, and May 6th.
Here are the results.

In a dark match, Alexander Rusev defeated Kevin Hackman with a full nelson into a reverse STO.

April 22, 2012 Episode
Your announcers are William Regal, Byron Saxton, and Chris Russo.

Match Number One: Jason Jordan defeated Damien Sandow with an rollup and Backlund bridge.

Match Number Two: Conor O’Brian (with Kenneth Cameron) defeated Jiro with a boot to the chest.

Husky Harris came to the ring with Eli Cottonwood wearing an outfit similar to what Robert Deniro wore in Cape Fear and cut a promo.

Match Number Three: Husky Harris (with Eli Cottonwood) defeated Aiden English with a swinging reverse STO.

FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins comes out and he cuts a promo talking about his match next week against Kassius Ohno.

Match Number Four: FCW Tag Team Champions Corey Graves and Jake Carter (with Abraham Washington) defeated Mike Dalton and CJ Parker to retain the FCW Tag Team Titles when Graves pinned Dalton after hitting Dalton with Washington’s cane.

End of Show One

April 29, 2012 Episode
Your announcers are William Regal, Byron Saxton, and Chris Russo.

Match Number One: Rick Victor (with Paige and Sofia Cortez) defeated Benicio Salazar with a Flying Canadian Uppercut.

Match Number Two: Bo Rotundo defeated Big E Langston with a spear.

FCW General Manager Summer Rae comes out with Rob Naylor and she announces that next week, Richie Steamboat and Antonio Cesaro will meet one more time for the Jack Brisco Title, but this time the match will be 30 minutes. She mentions that Jim Ross will be doing commentary for the match. Cesaro and Steamboat come to the ring and stare each other down while Summer wants a photo for her office.

Match Number Three: James Bronson defeated Nick Rogers with a modified figure four leg lock. During the match, Bronson told Regal that he was not done with Dean Ambrose so Regal cannot have him yet.

After the match, Bronson chokes out Rogers and William Regal goes from the announce table to the ring and he attacks Bronson. Garrett Dylan attacks Regal and then Dean Ambrose attacks Dylan. Regal puts Bronson in the Regal Stretch while Ambrose does the same to Dylan right next to him. Regal and Ambrose have a stare down.

Match Number Four: FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins defeated Kassius Ohno with a curb stomp.

End of Episode Two

May 6, 2012 Episode
Your announcers are William Regal and WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross.

Match Number One: Brad Maddox and Leo Kruger defeated Jason Jordan and Mike Dalton with the Deal Breaker on Jordan.

Match Number Two: Paige defeated FCW Divas Champion Raquel Diaz and Audrey Marie in a Non Title Match when Paige pinned Raquel while Diaz was getting ready for the third of the Three Amigas on Audrey.

Match Number Three: FCW Jack Brisco 15 Champion Richie Steamboat defeated Antonio Cesaro three falls to two to retain the Jack Brisco 15 Championship in a thirty minute Iron Man Match.

Steamboat got the first pinfall on a rollup to counter Cesaro six minutes into the match. Cesaro tied things up after a kick to the head eleven minutes into the match. Cesaro took a one fall lead after rolling through on a cross body from the top by Steamboat nineteen minutes into the match. Steamboat got the match tied with six and a half minutes to go with an inside cradle. Steamboat secured the victory with five seconds left when he hit a super kick.

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