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Recap from TJ Hawke:
Both wrestlers were at “-1″ on the Wins Leaderboard at the time of this match. Busick was originally supposed to face the “Wins Leader,” Mark Angel. Mark Angel saod he is no longer wrestling Busick and that AJ Evers is no longer wrestling Gulak, because Angel, Talent, and Evers will face The Batiri. The crowd wants Gulak vs. Biff, and both wrestlers agree. Gulak is annoyed at Angel, but he’s also just fine with this new match. This match will be awesome.
They started out trading holds. Gulak tried going after Busick’s left leg. Busick then went after Gulak’s left arm. Neither man got a decisive advantage. Busick nailed him with a lariat for a nearfall. Gulak came back with a headbutt to the chest, a bridging German suplex for a nearfall, and then a release Northern Lights for a nearfall. They traded some stiff chops. Ouch. My chest hurts just watching. Gulak got the upperhand on that exchange, but Busick came back with a leg lariat. Gulak then got the Gu-Lock and Busick had to tap out!
This was really good for the 10-12 minutes that we got, but these two have the potential for greatness. Gulak is the current “ace” of Beyond, but Busick is the future “ace” of Beyond. Beyond should be doing everything in their power to make Busick their star.
Match Rating: ***1/4