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July 13, 2012

Primo def. Darren Young

In advance of his one-on-one bout against Primo, Darren Young entered the SmackDown arena flanked by tag team partner Titus O’Neil and Prime Time Players' promoter, A.W., who talked up his clients from the moment their entrance music hit the speaker system. Primo, one-half of the former WWE Tag Team Champions, and still harboring a major beef with A.W., looked to get back at the head of All World Promotions with a victory over one of A.W.’s prized clients.

With A.W. shouting instructions from ringside, Young and Primo locked up in the middle of the ring. Primo controlled the action in the early stages, but Young turned the tables and went on the offensive. When "Mr. No Days Off" connected with a neckbreaker, he signaled it was "prime time" to score the victory. Primo wasn't done, though, and kicked out of the cover attempt to scratch and claw his way back into the battle.

Young countered a Backstabber, leading A.W. to tell him to "finish it." But Primo snatched victory, rolling Young up for the pinfall and leaving A.W., D-Young and O’Neil yapping in the ring.

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