Ricardo interviews Sin Cara about this recent interactions with the Wyatts (most likely for the Spanish broadcast of SmackDown).
Sandow, who’s been telling people he’s now treating every match like it’s his last, pounced on the masked marvel, driving to the canvas with a flurry of fists. Sandow’s sudden-death mentality served him well in the early moments of the match, as he kept the luchador grounded and evaded his airborne tactics when necessary.
The aggressive Sandow tried to end the bout quickly, but Sin Cara would not be defeated easily. The masked man battled back, flooring Sandow with a tornado DDT, following up with a flying headscissors and a picture-perfect moonsault. Sin Cara came close to victory with a unique powerbomb, but Sandow found the will to kick out.
Sandow eventually knocked Sin Cara off the ropes and locked him in an unusual submission hold, but the luchador wriggled free. He slid out to the apron and caught Sandow with a jumping kick to the face. That left The Intellectual Savior of the Masses in perfect position for Sin Cara’s senton, allowing the luchador to fly toward victory. (x)
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United States Champion Dean Ambrose had a little trouble in the opening moments of the bout, unable to slow down the speedy Fernando. Seth Rollins had similar issues with Diego and Sin Cara, who caught The Shield’s architect with a kick to the face that may have knocked a few teeth loose.
The Hounds of Justice finally took control of the bout when Roman Reigns entered the fray and bulldozed over Fernando with a shoulder block. Fernando got a reprieve after tagging in Sin Cara. The gold-clad luchador flew through the air with ease, sending Seth Rollins crashing into the commentary table. However, his offense was short-lived, as Ambrose hurled him back into the ring with a suplex off the ropes. Sin Cara was then introduced to the bottom of Reigns’ boots with a vicious dropkick.
Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins did an expert job of keeping Sin Cara from tagging in Los Matadores, clobbering the masked man with a flurry of fists and boots while cutting the ring in half. Despite their best efforts, the bout soon broke down into chaos. Sin Cara stunned Reigns with a tornado DDT, allowing him to finally tag in Diego, who used his high-flying skills to keep Ambrose off-balance.
With Rollins dazed on the arena floor, El Torito sprung into action, hitting a top-rope moonsault onto The Shield’s engineer. But before Sin Cara and Fernando could take flight, Reigns neutralized them both with a simultaneous Spear.
Diego was left by himself in the ring with all three Shield members. It was elementary for The Hounds of Justice, who claimed victory after Reigns hit his trademark Superman Punch and Rollins cleaned his clock with a brutal mat stomp. Though The Shield were challenged by the masked marvels on WWE Main Event, they’re in store for a different kind of war on Sunday when they stand face-to-face with The Wyatt Family. (x)
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Sin Cara stormed in off Diego’s tag to bring Harper down, though Erick Rowan saved him from a pinfall attempt. Los Matadores kept The Wyatts’ resident monster down with a simultaneous suicide dive and Sin Cara used his agility to set Harper up for a senton. The big man dodged the move and clobbered his foe with the discus clothesline, though, tagging Bray Wyatt moments later to administer Sister Abigail to The International Icon. Buenas noches. (x)
The trio of masked Superstars did its best to use speed and agility to gain the advantage in the match’s early moments, but Fernando was stopped in his tracks by the monstrous Erick Rowan. That allowed The Wyatts to seize control, using quick tags and powerful moves to slow down the pace. Bray Wyatt taunted his opponents from the ring apron as his brothers-in-arms caused mayhem, asking Diego and Sin Cara, “What did you think would happen?”
Wyatt then entered the fray himself, trapping Fernando in the corner and unleashing a flurry of blows before tagging in Luke Harper. Finally, the bullfighter was able to reach his corner and send Sin Cara into the bout. The luchador springboarded off the ropes into Harper, using a dizzying array of lucha libre attacks to keep Harper off balance. Eventually, though, Harper slowed Sin Cara down, catching him mid-air with a big boot.
The Wyatts steamrolled over Sin Cara, barreling into the luchador with their massive frames. The masked man was finally able to reach his corner and tag in Diego, who knocked down the massive Rowan with a diving blow. The feisty El Torito even got involved, distracting Harper with a dive off the top rope. The bull was stalked by Wyatt, until Sin Cara saved him.
Sin Cara nearly had the won match after catching Rowan with a series of strikes. However, Bray Wyatt tagged himself into the bout unbeknownst to Sin Cara. The Wyatt Family’s leader crashed into Sin Cara and hit Sister Abigail to claim victory.
There’s no doubt that The Wyatt Family’s emphatic win on WWE Main Event was meant to send a message to their opponents at Elimination Chamber, The Shield. The message was clear—The Wyatts are ready for war. (x)
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