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WWE Mae Young Classic Results – October 24, 2018

WWE Mae Young Classic Results - October 24, 2018

WWE Mae Young Classic Results – October 24, 2018
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Winter Park, Florida

WWE Mae Young Classic 2018 Reference Sheet

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Transcription by Josh Lopez 

First Match: Toni Storm (Australia) vs. Meiko Satomura (Japan) in a Semi-Final Match In The 2018 WWE Mae Young Classic Tournament 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Storm applies a wrist lock. Satomura reverses the hold. Storm transitions into a hammer lock. Satomura with three sharp elbow strikes. Satomura with a side headlock takeover for a one count. Satomura rolls Storm over for a two count. Satomura applies a headscissors neck lock. Storm floats over into a side headlock. The chain grappling exchange continues in the center of the ring. Satomura hits The PK. Storm is pissed. Storm kicks Satomura in the gut. Storm applies a side headlock. Storm goes for a shoulder tackle, but Satomura blocks it. Satomura drives her knee into the midsection of Storm. Satomura uppercuts Storm. Storm responds with a Big Boot for a one count.

Storm is putting the boots to Satomura. Storm delivers Two HeadButts. Storm with the cover for a two count. Storm with a Snap Vertical Suplex for a two count. Storm maintains wrist control. Satomura repeatedly kicks the left hamstring of Storm. Satomura with an Modified Figure Four Leg Lock. Satomura follows that with a Knee Bar. Storm crawls to the bottom rope to create separation. Satomura with clubbing leg kicks in the corner. Satomura with a Flying Forearm Smash. Satomura goes for an Exploder Suplex, but Storm blocks it. Storm with a series of elbow smashes.

Satomura drops Storm with a Spinning Heel Kick. Satomura with three european uppercuts. Storm with a BackSlide Cover for a two count. Storm locks in The STF. Satomura finally grabs the bottom rope. Storm stomps on Satomura’s back. Storm with a Running Hip Attack. Storm connects with a Fisherman’s Suplex for a two count. Storm kicks Satomura in the chest. Storm lands a Suicide Dive. Storm with a Running Enzuigiri for a two count. Storm repeatedly kicks Satomura in the face. Satomura is displaying her fighting spirit.

Storm and Satomura are trading back and forth shots. Satomura drops Storm with a DDT. Satomura with a Cartwheel Knee Drop. Satomura connects with a Death Valley Driver for a two count. Storm blocks a boot from Satomura. Storm with a Snap German Suplex. Storm with a SitOut Tiger Bomb for a two count. Satomura responds with a Pele Kick. Satomura with a High Knee Strike for a two count. Storm kicks out of The Scorpion Kick. Satomura goes for a Death Valley Driver, but Storm counters with another SitOut Tiger Bomb to pickup the victory.

Winner: Toni Storm (Australia) via Pinfall 

Second Match: Rhea Ripley (Australia) vs. Io Shirai (Japan) in a Semi-Final Match In The 2018 WWE Mae Young Classic Tournament 

Ripley has the obvious strength advantage. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Ripley poses for the crowd. Shirai ducks a clothesline from Ripley. Shirai shows off her athletic ability. Shirai with a ShotGun Dropkick. Ripley responds with a High Toss for a two count. Ripley with a clubbing blow to Shirai’s back. Ripley is putting the boots to Shirai. Ripley applies a Abdominal Stretch. Ripley targets the ribs of Shirai. Ripley stomps on Shirai’s back. Ripley with an early cover for a two count. Ripley goes back to the abdominal stretch. Shirai is throwing haymakers at Ripley. Ripley transitions into a ground and pound attack.

Ripley applies a Body Scissors Hold. Ripley dropkicks Shirai for a two count. Ripley is controlling the pace of the match. Ripley with a Delayed Vertical Suplex for a two count. Ripley goes back to the bodyscissors hold. Shirai with rapid fire forearms. Ripley kicks Shirai in the back. Shirai with a Hurricanrana for a two count. Shirai follows that with a Basement Dropkick. Ripley heads to the outside. Shirai is fired up. Shirai lands a Suicide Dive. Ripley negates the referee’s ten count. Ripley takes her frustration’s out on Shirai’s back. Ripley talks smack to Shirai.

Shirai slaps Ripley in the face. Ripley responds with a straight right hand. Ripley goes for another Vertical Suplex, but Shirai lands back on her feet. Shirai uppercuts Ripley. Shirai with a series of palm strikes. Shirai hits The 619. Shirai delivers a Missile Dropkick for a two count. Ripley has Shirai perched on the top turnbuckle. Ripley attacks the back of Shirai’s back. Ripley with a SuperPlex for a two count. Ripley goes for Snake Eyes, but Shirai blocks it. Shirai sends Ripley shoulder first to the steel ring post. Shirai with a ShotGun Meteora. Shirai connects with The Asai MoonSault to pickup the victory.

Winner: Io Shirai (Japan) via Pinfall 

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