July 22, 2018

Tessa Blanchard Teaches Allie a Lesson, Su Yung Retains (Photos, Videos)

Tessa Blanchard Teaches Allie a Lesson, Su Yung Retains
- Tonight at Slammiversary, Tessa Blanchard followed through with her promise of teaching Allie a lesson by defeating her in a one-on-one match-up.

The match started with trash talk from both competitors but got physical when Blanchard threw the first strike with a right forearm. Allie responded with a forearm of her own and began taking Allie down with arm drags and a running cross body. The Knockouts each went but missed sliding elbow strikes. Blanchard lands forearms to Allie as she hangs from the ring apron and goes for a leg drop but misses.

The action continued on the outside when Allie lands a crossbody from the second turnbuckle. Allie goes for a Slice Bread but Blanchard blocks and instead sends Allie to the barricade. Blanchard runs back in the ring, looking for a count-out win but Allie makes it back in the time.

Once in the ring, Blanchard takes Allie down with forearms and running kick to the back. Blanchard maintains control with a wrist lock and clothesline combination and sets up for a side suplex but Allie counters with a suplex to the corner turnbuckle.

Allie goes for the Best Super Kick Ever but it gets caught. Blanchard grounds Allie with a Leg Lock but Allie fights through with chops. The action spills back to the outside where Allie manages to deliver an Allie Valley Driver on the floor. Both Knockouts are down but make it back to the ring before the referee’s ten count out.

Back in the ring, a fired up Allie takes Blanchard down with a corner dropkick and backstabber combination for a two count. Allie misses a charging corner attack, which allows Blanchard to take advantage and bring Allie down with a top rope hurricanrana, nearly getting a three count over Allie.

Blanchard climbs the top rope but comes up empty on her attack. Allie capitalizes and hits the Code Breaker but Blanchard rolls to the outside. Allie chases after her and throws her back in the ring for the cover but Blanchard stays alive. Allie connects the Best Super Kick Ever but, once again, Blanchard kicks out at two.

Allie sets up for another Allie Valley Driver but Blanchard counters with a Hammerlock DDT for the three count and win.

- In the match for the Knockouts Championship, Su Yung successfully retained the title against Madison Rayne.

Before the match could even official start, Rayne attacked the Champion, who was accompanied by her loyal Undead Brides, from the entrance ramp. Rayne tosses Yung back in the ring and at the sound of the ring bell, Rayne connects a top rope cross body. She follows up by sending Yung headfirst to a top turnbuckle and goes for the cover via Northern Light Suplex.

Yung kicks out and begins to call for her Undead Bridesmaid who distracts Rayne from the ring apron. The Champion scoops Rayne up but the latter slips away and counters with a roundhouse kick to the head. Young heads to the outside floor but Rayne stays in pursuit and takes Yung down with a hurricanrana.

Another Bridesmaid tries to interfere but Rayne is ready, striking her down with a forearm and then catching a knee to knock Yung off the ring apron. Back in the ring, Yung lands a hanging neck breaker from the second rope and then places Rayne in a Tree of Woe at a corner. Yung follows up with a running dropkick for a two count.

As Rayne gets to her feet, a Bridesmaid gets ahold of from the apron but Rayne breaks free from her clutches – ducking out the way to avoid a Red Mist from Yung. Rayne lands forearms, chops and a sliding Lariat on Yung for a near fall. She goes for more covers after connecting a Cutter and the Rayne Drop but each time, the Champion managed to kick out.

As Rayne went for the CrossRayne, Yung surprised her with the Mandible Claw, which eventually caused Rayne to fade out and award Yung the win.

Post-match, Su Yung placed Madison Rayne in a coffin, closed the lid and stood over it.


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