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Recap from TJ Hawke:
This was an unsanctioned, Fans Bring the Weapons match for the vacant AIW Women’s Title. Yim broke Kay’s nose, which caused a tremendous amount of bleeding at the last Girls Night Out show.
They traded some slaps to start the match. Yim delivered some Kawada kicks, but Kay came back with a German suplex. They brawled. Kay picked up an AK-47 that someone brought to the ring, but there were no bullets in it. They both picked up baseball bats at the same time, but I guess they thought better of it and put them down. Kay hit her in the ass with a broom. Yim managed to bait Kay to the outside. Yim then hit a soccer punt from the apron. And a second soccer punt. Yim went for a third punt, but Kay blocked it with a chair. Kay then hit a soccer punt of her own, but she used a chair to do it. They brawled around the ringside area after that. Kay pulled out a machete. Yim backed off and fell to the entrance ramp. Kay went to stab her, but Yim moved out of the way and Kay’s machete got stuck in the ramp. Yim then hit her with a pink light tube. Chest Flexor, The Chad, & Sassy Stephie came out. Yim and Kay both used to be in Flexor Industries. Flexor threw powder into Yim’s face and Kay hit a back suplex: 1…2…3!
Kay didn’t notice Flexor throwing the powder into Yim’s face, so she tried to get the match restarted. She then bea down The Chad and Chest Flexor. Matt Wadsworth, the AIW President, came out and said that the match would not be restarted, but now that these two have each defeated each other once, there would most definitely be a rematch. Wadsworth said he would make sure that no one interfered in the rematch.
Based on what happened in their first match, I was surprised that this wasn’t a little crazier. I guess that’s what the machete spots were for, but to me, spots in wrestling that involve actual life threatening consequences are a little goofy and take me out of the action. I understand the attempted story, but as soon as a machete is pulled out, I know the opponent is going to avoid it. Other than that though, I enjoyed this match quite a bit, and I definitely recommend that you watch it.
Match Rating: ***