Originally written on Ring Side News  |  Last updated 10/17/14
We are back with another episode of Saturday Morning Slam. Before our first match, we take a look at the participants in the match. First, we look at the Prime Time Players of Darren Young and Titus O’Neil. They have found success since forming their team. They might not be favorites of the WWE Universe. Next, we look at Brodus Clay and Kofi Kingston. They are solid as singles wrestlers, but will they gel as a tag team? Before we get to the match, Titus has to blow his whistle and he throws a flag for the WWE Universe. He calls a personal foul for not acknowledging them as the most entertaining and dominating tag team in the company. Darren agrees with Titus and he tells him that is all he has. Titus says that they compete against the sideline players when they are the Prime Time Players. They are asked to pose with the children but they don’t have time for that. They will prove why they are worth Millions of Dollars. They do the Millions of Dollars dance until . . . Brodus Clay’s music plays and he makes his way to the ring with the Funkettes. Your announcers are Heath Slater and Josh Mathews. Match Number One:Brodus Clay (with the Funkettes) and Kofi Kingston versus Darren Young and Titus O’Neil Young and Kofi start things off and they lock up. Kofi with a side head lock. Young tries for a belly-to-back suplex but Kofi lands on his feet. Kofi with a leaping back elbow for a near fall. Brodus tags in and Darren escapes to his corner and he jumps into Titus’ arms. Brodus with a shoulder tackle and slam. Clay with a punch to the midsection but he misses a splash into the corner. Young with a shoulder but Clay with an Irish whip that sends Darren over the top rope to the floor. Titus demands a time out. Kofi tags in and Brodus gets on his knees to give Kofi a springboard to hit a flip dive onto Titus and Darren. We go to commercial. We are back and Kofi sets for Trouble in Paradise but Darren is able to get to the floor. Darren demands a time out. Kofi chases Darren around the ring. Titus tags in when Darren returns to the ring and Titus with a shoulder tackle and he barks. Titus with a slam and then he tags Darren back in. They hit a double shoulder tackle and Young with an elbow drop for a near fall. Young with a waist lock. Young applies a rear chin lock with his knee in Kofi’s back. Titus tags back in and he sends Kofi to the mat after a waist lock. Titus with a near fall. Kofi tries to crawl through Titus’ legs to make the tag but Titus stops him. Titus with a bear hug and then he sends Kofi into the turnbuckles. Darren tags back in and he sends Kofi into the corner. Young with an Irish whip but Kofi moves when Darren charges into the corner. Both men are down but Titus and Brodus tag in. Clay with clotheslines followed by a splash into the corner followed by a slam and he gets a near fall. Kofi with a springboard cross body onto Young and they are taken out of the equation. It is time for Brodus to call his mama and get the win with a splash. Winners: Kofi Kingston and Brodus Clay After the match, Brodus, Kofi, and the Funkettes are in the ring dancing with the children. We go to commercial. We are back with highlights from the opening tag match. It is time to take a look at Justin Gabriel. He is the subject of the Saturday Morning Spotlight. Match Number Two: Curt Hawkins versus Justin Gabriel Gabriel wants a test of strength but he turns it into a wrist lock. Hawkins kips up and slaps Gabriel’s hand and he starts a one man ‘You Still Got It’ chant. Hawkins with a wrist lock but Gabriel with an arm drag. Gabriel with a drop toe hold into an arm bar. Hawkins with a knee to the midsection and then he trips Gabriel as he comes off the ropes. Hawkins with a sliding clothesline for a near fall. Hawkins with a snap mare and knee to the back. Hawkins stretches Gabriel. Gabriel stomps on the foot and Gabriel leaps over another attempt to trip him. Gabriel with a baseball slide followed by a corkscrew pescado and we go to commercial. We are back and Gabriel with a springboard cross body for a near fall. Hawkins with a Michinoku Driver for a near fall. Hawkins tries for a neck breaker but Gabriel counters. Gabriel with a Blue Thunder Bomb and then he goes up top for the 450 Splash and he hits it and gets the three count. Winner: Justin Gabriel After the match, Slater has something to say to Gabriel. Natalya is in the interview area with Cody Rhodes. Natalya asks Cody about his match against Sheamus next week, but first she wants to know about the mustache. Cody says that he knew she would ask about the mustache. He says that the mustache is a wonder. Sheamus interrupts and he talks about the dirt on Cody’s lip and says that it reminds him of trying to grow one when he was seven. Then he hit puberty and was able to grow a beard. Cody tells Sheamus that he is jealous. Cody says that Natalya’s dad had fantastic facial hair. Natalya says that his mustache is horrible. Sheamus tells Cody that next week, things will get real hairy for him. Cody says that he lied about Natalya’s father’s facial hair. He says that her dad was the original goat face. We go to credits.
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