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Recap from TJ Hawke:
This match was originally just supposed to be Vega vs. Alexander. Lyndon was supposed to be in a tag match, but his partner, Flip Kendrick, was stuck in Canada (I think that was the story).
Alexander got a nearfall on Vega early with a rolling forearm. The three of them did a double submission spot on the top rope. They broke the holds, and Alexander sent Lyndon to the mat. Alexander then powerbombed Vega onto Lyndon. That was cool. Alexander ended up on the floor, and Lyndon wiped him out with a moonsault. Back in the ring, Lyndon hit a series of kicks. Vega came back with an enzuigiri. Alexander hit Lyndon with a big German suplex. Vega gave Alexander a baseball slide, which sent Alexander into the crowd. Vega called for a dive. He went for a tope suicida, but Alexander caught Vega and threw him into a guardrail. Back in the ring, Lyndon hit Alexander with a reverse hurricanrana: 1…2…NO! Lyndon went for a moonsault, but Alexander avoided it. Alexander then hit a spinning tombstone: 1…2…3!
This was a really fun undercard match. This was my first time seeing Alexander, and I immediately understand why I see so many good things written and said about him. Someone needs to book Josh Alexander vs. Michael Elgin right now. Lyndon and Vega were their usual good selves. I would like to see all three of these men put into big singles matches for AIW in 2013.
Match Rating: **3/4