We return and see NXT’s newest tag team, War Machine, sitting in the crowd. They get a huge reaction from the fans in Philly.
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It’s time for the next match and out comes Velveteen Dream, who claimed earlier that he would beat Kassius Ohno is 30 seconds! Dream is dressed like a boxer, because of Rocky I assume.
Kassius Ohno Vs. Velveteen Dream
As soon as the bell rings, the fans start counting as Dream promised the 30 second knockout. Dream treats this like a boxing match but actually drops Ohno but won’t pin him. Dream starts celebrating. Ohno gets up and knocks his mouthpiece out. Ohno boots Dream out of the ring next. Ohno follows but eats a back elbow as Dream heads back into the ring.
Ohno runs the ropes but Dream catches him in a spinebuster. Fans chant for Dream now as he goes to work on Ohno. Dream with offense in the corner now. Dream with a 2 count and more offense, playing to the crowd. Dream drops a big knee to the ribs and keeps Ohno grounded. Dream chokes Ohno on the bottom rope now. Ohno gets up with a big chop but Dream chops him right back. Dream keeps Ohno grounded now.
Fans with dueling chants for both men. Dream with shots in the corner and some trash talk. More chants for Dream as he kicks Ohno in the face a few times. Dream goes to the top for a big double ax handle and a 2 count. Dream keeps Ohno grounded and talks more trash now. Ohno reverses Dream’s suplex attempt and tosses him down to get a breather.
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Ohno and Dream trade big shots in the middle of the ring. Ohno takes control with a big boot and a senton splash. Ohno with a Cyclone Kick for a close 2 count. Dream blocks a neckbreaker and backslides Ohno for a 2 count. Dream blocks a superkick and delivers one of his own. Dream with a spike DDT for another close 2 count. More back and forth as Dream covers for a close 2 count. Ohno nails the big elbow but can’t get the pin. Dream counters a move and nails the big Death Valley Driver. Dream goes to the top of the ring post, and leaps far across the ring for a huge elbow drop and the pin.
Winner: The Velveteen Dream
After the match, Dream stands tall as his music hits. Dream steps on Ohno and walks over him as he poses in the corner. We go to replays. Dream continues the celebration as Ohno walks to the back.