Sami Zayn is in the interview area with Adrian Neville. Sami asks Adrian what possessed him to help Sami last week. Adrian says that they go way back and if anyone attacks Sami, he has his back. Adrian wants to know what is next. Sami says that he will give the mic back to Devin and they will go to the ring to show Justin and Tyson what they are all about.
Sami Zayn & Adrian Neville vs. Justin Gabriel & Tyson Kidd
Tyson comes out with Natayla, and they look like they’ve worked out their differences. Zayn & Neville work over Gabriel for a few minutes. The first big spot saw Zayn make a bridge, so Neville could hit a corkscrew moonsault off his back. Neville does a double backflip into a springboard crossbody and tags in Sami. Zayn does his best to fight off the heels, but their double team attacks get the best of him. Natalya already looks unhappy as they go to a commercial break.
Back from the break and Gabriel dropkicks Zayn in the face. Their beatdown continues for several minutes until Neville makes the hot tag for his team. He kicks Gabriel about 10 times and hits a standing moonsault. Neville kicks Tyson off the apron and connects with a Blue Thunder Bomb, but Kidd is back in to break up the pin in time. He springboards off the ropes but Neville plants him with a standing dropkick. He sets up for the Red Arrow, but Gabriel dropkicks him off the ropes. Kidd with a springboard elbow drop, but Zayn makes the save.
Gabriel chases Zayn and gets dumped to the floor. Natalya cheers on her husband from the apron, as Neville tags his partner in before suicide diving through the ropes to take out Justin Gabriel. Zayn with a crossbody on Kidd for a nearfall. All three end up on the floor, and Sami does a senton over the ropes to take out the pile. Inevitably, Natalya ends up taking a bump off the apron. Kidd and Zayn go to check on her, and Kidd ends up taking advantage to steal a quick 1-2-3 with handful of tights.
Winners: Tyson Kidd & Justin Gabriel
After the match, Natalya is hurt ont he outside as Tyson Kidd celebrates his victory. They leave together, but there’s some obvious tension.
They trade off with some high pace arm drags early on, with neither gaining an advantage right away. Tyson Kidd comes down and is ringside to watch the match. Zayn jumps over a clothesline, but gets caught with another. Gabriel shows some heel-like aggression in this match, kicking away on Sami as they go to a commercial. After the break, Justin is pummelling away on him in the ropes, ignoring the referee. He hits a full nelson suplex and rolls into a shoulder stretch, but Zayn counters and hits the Blue Thunder Bomb for a count of two. Zayn with an exploder suplex into the bottom turnbuckle for another close nearfall. He looks for the Helluva Kick, but Gabriel ducks under and hits a springboard kick of his own. They fight to the top rope, trading forearms for control, and Gabriel ends up kicking his opponent to the floor. Zayn counters into a Kofi Clutch for the submission victory.
Winner: Sami Zayn
After the match, Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd team up to beat down Sami Zayn. Adrian Neville makes the save and chases off the heels. Neville and Zayn stand tall together in the ring to end the show.
May 8, 2014:
Battle Royal to determine a new #1 contender to the NXT Title. Participants are Xavier Woods, Brodus Clay, Baron Corbin, Curt Hawkins, Aiden English, Jason Jordan, Danny Burch, Oliver Grey, Marcus Louise, Sylvester Lefort, Big Cass, Camacho, Mason Ryan, Kalisto, El Local, Mojo Rawley, Sami Zayn, Yoshi Tatsu, Tyler Breeze, Bo Dallas and Tyson Kidd. Zayn, Breeze and Kidd were all eliminated last at the same time. Triple H comes out and announces a triple threat between them to crown the #1 contender.
May 15, 2014:
Tyson Kidd defeated Tyler Breeze and Sami Zayn in a triple threat to become the new #1 contender to the NXT Title.
Name: Rami Sebei Ring name: Sami Zayn Formerly: El Generico Born: July 12, 1984 Height/Weight: 6'0" - 193lbs Hometown: Montreal Debut: 2002
A Canadian-born Superstar of Syrian descent, Sami Zayn is no stranger to the world of sports-entertainment. Having competed in a staggering 29 countries before arriving on NXT, Zayn brings with him an experience level matched by few. Zayn is known for approaching situations with a lighthearted, fun-loving attitude, but opponents need not underestimate his intensity. » More?
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