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SAnitY def. Undisputed ERA in a Six-Man Tornado Tag Team Match
In what was perhaps the cathartic conclusion to their months-long rivalry with Undisputed ERA, SAnitY found vindication against Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish, triumphing in a vicious brawl that sprawled throughout Center Stage. Given the intense hostility between the teams and the lenient rules afforded by the Tornado Match format — no tags required, no disqualifications or count-outs administered, and the only way to win was by pinfall or submission inside the ring — bedlam was to be expected; but even by that lofty standard, the resulting pandemonium exceeded anyone’s wildest dreams.
The two factions clashed throughout the building and made ample use of the weaponry available to them. Both teams gave and receive big hits: Alexander Wolfe thwacked O’Reilly with a steel chair, Cole ran Eric Young into the ring steps and Killian Dain launched Fish off the stage onto his teammates below.
Though Dain’s rampage was slowed when he missed a senton and crashed through a table, The Beast of Belfast wound up being the difference-maker. After Undisputed ERA effectively took out Young & Wolfe, Dain returned to the ring and summarily destroyed Cole, O’Reilly & Fish one by one, finally driving Fish into the mat with the Ulster Plantation for the win. Dragging his dazed teammates up to their feet, Dain stood tall over the wreckage on the battlefield, commanding the ring as only the unleashed Beast of Belfast could.