What you see above is a dark match from yesterday's (May 20, 2014) Main Event and SmackDown taping at the O2 in London, England, pitting NXT standouts Sami Zayn and Adrian Neville in a singles match. The uploader apparently nabbed this from a satellite feed, so there is no commentary and the only mics activated are the ones in the ring.
This is a fascinating watch for a number of the reasons. For starters, listening to the ring squeak as they take bumps on it is oddly hypnotizing but even more intimate. The lack of commentary somehow adds to the proceedings instead of taking away from the match, a nice little technical showcase from two rising stars expected to help carry the brand in the next few years.
If you're wondering why it's so quiet, the crowd doesn't seem to be mic'd up. You can still hear the appreciation for what they're witnessing with occasional "N-X-T" and "THIS IS AWE-SOME" chants ringing through the arena.
Also, "OLE" could be the new "YES" within the next three years.
WWE is undoubtedly going to take this down soon, so enjoy it while you can.