Akira Tozawa vs. Drew Gulak ended in a No Contest
Two weeks ago, Drew Gulak revived his PowerPoint presentation to reveal that The Brian Kendrick was the weakest link in the alliance between them and Gentleman Jack Gallagher. Gulak and Gallagher savagely brutalized Kendrick and left him down and decimated in the center of the ring. This came after Gallagher was defeated by Akira Tozawa – who also sidelined Kendrick for a few weeks in August.
Looking to assert his dominance and do what Gallagher and Kendrick couldn’t, Gulak attempted to defeat Tozawa. Before the match got underway, the WWE Universe was clearly in the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion’s corner, much to Gulak’s chagrin.
Gulak struggled to find an answer for Tozawa’s high-intensity attack, but he focused his frustration into overpowering his nemesis and reasserting his technical dominance.
The Philadelphia Stretcher stooped to new lows when he bit his opponent’s ear while keeping him pressured in a headlock. However, Gulak’s unorthodox approach only fired up the Japanese Superstar. Battling back, Tozawa sent Gulak from the ring to recalibrate. As Gallagher offered words of encouragement to his ally, they were both leveled by The Stamina Monster.
Back inside the ring, Tozawa prepared to execute his patented Senton but was knocked off the top rope by Gallagher. As the British Superstar and Gulak proceeded to pummel Tozawa, The Brian Kendrick charged into the ring and unleashed his rage on his former compatriots to send them fleeing from the ring before seemingly making peace with a stunned Tozawa.