For a promotion that closed in March, Florida Championship Wrestling sure does have a lot of TV tapings!
So maybe the dirt sheets were right when they reported FCW was closing up shop and WWE quickly changed plans when the beans were spilled. Then again, maybe they were wrong and the Tampa based promotion was safe all along.
Whatever the case may be, I'm just glad it's still around. Why?
In addition to Seth Rollins taking on Kassius Ohno this past Sunday, the latest TV tapings show the beginnings of a feud between the the former Kings of Wrestling, Ohno and his old tag team partner, Antonio Cesaro.
Oh, be still my indie wrestling heart!
Full spoilers -- courtesy of PWInsider (click at your own risk) -- after the jump.
Episode set to air May 13
Kassius Ohno defeats Antonio Cesaro by DQ after "Very European" pulled the referee in front of one of Ohno's elbows. Ohno goes on to face the winner of Bo Rotundo/Leo Kruger to determine a number one contender to Seth Rollins' FCW Heavyweight title.
Bray Wyatt and Eli Cottonwood cut a promo and then Wyatt defeats Benicio Salazar.
Brad Maddox cuts a promo on his upcoming opponent, Richie Steamboat.
Steamboat would then take on and defeat Rick Victor. Maddox had a post-match beatdown on "The Dragon's" baby boy.
Summer Rae announces tag team champions Jake Carter and Corey Graves will defend against Ascension next week.
Bo Rotundo defeats Leo Kruger and will take on Ohno to determine a number one contender.
Episode to air May 20
FCW Tag Team Champions Jake Carter and Corey Graves defeats Ascension, handing the team their first loss.
Raquel Diaz comes out and cuts a promo which is interrupted by Sofia Cortez and Paige. They each demand a title shot and the champ agrees to face Paige next week.
FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins beats Big E Langston.
Antonio Cesaro comes out and cuts a promo on Kassius Ohno.
FCW Jack Brisco 15 Champion Richie Steamboat and Brad Maddox went to a draw after each man gained one fall a piece.
Bo Rotundo becomes the number one contender to Rollins' title after beating Ohno. Cesaro made his presence known and hit his rival with his travel satchel, allowing Rotundo to pick up the win.
Episode to air May 27
CJ Parker, Mike Dalton, and Jason Jordan beat Garrett Dylan, Jiro, and Alexander Rusev
Leo Kruger beats Aiden English
Kassius Ohno comes out and cuts a promo on Antonio Cesaro, promising to knock the Swiss out.
FCW Divas Champion Raquel Diaz beats Paige by DQ by pulling her daddy's old "make the referee think my opponent hit me with a chair" trick. The Eddie Special, I guess it should be called.
FCW Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins retains his title by defeating Bo Rotundo