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Sunday, Aug 11 | 7 PMET/4 PMPT

Scotiabank Arena
Toronto, ON

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Sunday, Aug 11 | 7 PMET/4 PMPT

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak def. Oney Lorcan

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak def. Oney Lorcan

TORONTO — WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak proved to be the better competitor in a fast-paced and hard-hitting title showdown against Oney Lorcan at SummerSlam.

At the toll of the opening bell, Gulak charged forward and took control before leveling Lorcan with a dropkick. Looking to keep his challenger subdued, Gulak took Lorcan down to the mat before the two Superstars stood across from one another, each looking to make the next move.

Oney Lorcan narrowly escapes Drew Gulak’s Gulock: SummerSlam 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

Oney Lorcan dishes out sharp chops to Drew Gulak on the outside, but the WWE Cruiserweight Champion wisely counters with his signature submission hold. Courtesy of WWE Network.

Gulak took the upper hand when he viciously bodyslammed The Boston Brawler into the ropes before once again focusing on Lorcan’s lower extremities. A fired-up Lorcan struck back by overpowering the champion and unloading a series of strikes, uppercuts and an impressive blockbuster. As Gulak retreated to the outside, Lorcan followed, delivering resounding chops and tossing the champion back into the ring.

Gulak took advantage of the slightest of openings and trapped the challenger in the Gulock, forcing Lorcan to expend tremendous energy to break free. The two competitors took each other down with a devastating double clothesline, and after each barely made the referee’s 10-count, Lorcan and Gulak stood toe-to-toe, throwing punches until Gulak again applied the Gulock, only for it to be reversed into near-fall.

Lorcan grabbed the champion by the face before channeling his unbridled rage and forcing Gulak onto the defensive, though The Philadelphia Stretcher took hold of the ring apron while he was back on his heels. When the official turned his back to fix the ring apron, Gulak struck Lorcan’s Adam’s apple, giving him the opening he needed to execute the Cyclone Crash to retain the championship.

TORONTO — WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak proved to be the better competitor in a fast-paced and hard-hitting title showdown against Oney Lorcan at SummerSlam.

At the toll of the opening bell, Gulak charged forward and took control before leveling Lorcan with a dropkick. Looking to keep his challenger subdued, Gulak took Lorcan down to the mat before the two Superstars stood across from one another, each looking to make the next move.

Oney Lorcan narrowly escapes Drew Gulak’s Gulock: SummerSlam 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

Oney Lorcan dishes out sharp chops to Drew Gulak on the outside, but the WWE Cruiserweight Champion wisely counters with his signature submission hold. Courtesy of WWE Network.

Gulak took the upper hand when he viciously bodyslammed The Boston Brawler into the ropes before once again focusing on Lorcan’s lower extremities. A fired-up Lorcan struck back by overpowering the champion and unloading a series of strikes, uppercuts and an impressive blockbuster. As Gulak retreated to the outside, Lorcan followed, delivering resounding chops and tossing the champion back into the ring.

Gulak took advantage of the slightest of openings and trapped the challenger in the Gulock, forcing Lorcan to expend tremendous energy to break free. The two competitors took each other down with a devastating double clothesline, and after each barely made the referee’s 10-count, Lorcan and Gulak stood toe-to-toe, throwing punches until Gulak again applied the Gulock, only for it to be reversed into near-fall.

Lorcan grabbed the champion by the face before channeling his unbridled rage and forcing Gulak onto the defensive, though The Philadelphia Stretcher took hold of the ring apron while he was back on his heels. When the official turned his back to fix the ring apron, Gulak struck Lorcan’s Adam’s apple, giving him the opening he needed to execute the Cyclone Crash to retain the championship.