So much like Willow Nightingale vs Robyn Renegade earlier in the night, I’m not about to hold it against Charlette for getting somewhat geeked out in this match. Once again, we get a full entrance for the Renegade Twins (save for Taz singing ‘Renegade’ by Styx over top of their entrance) which is a positive sign in my opinion.
Charlette Renegade gives Skye Blue a condicending pat on the head, to which Skye quickly takes over the match. Robyn grabs Skye’s foot when running off the ropes, giving Charlette an opening for a comeback. Charlette again shows off her nice Fisherman Suplex for a one-count.
Skye breaks the heat with strikes, kicks and not-so-beautiful Hurricanerana from the top rope (again, that’s what these matches are for). Blue hits a Super Kick for two. Skye hits a Crossbody which I think Charlette was supposed to catch her(?).
Skye Blue sends Charlette to the floor with a twisting neck breaker. This time when the Renegade Twins try for the switch-a-roo, the referee catches them and ejects Robyn from ringside. Skye Blue eventually hits like a half-and-half flatliner for the win.
Y’know, with about 50 matches experience at 22 years old, I’m not going to judge either Renegade sister too harshly. Their character work is coming along. It’s coming, it’s coming. Skye Blue as the ‘wily veteran’, also 22 but with 5 years experience, looked like a pro. She oozes babyface energy for days. I wouldn’t care to guess Tony Khan’s timeline but I’m guessing an #AllElite graphic is inevitable for her.
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Note: Just because I give a match a low rating doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy it for what it was nor is it necessarily a commentary on the competitors. Not all matches are meant to be 3-to-5 star matches.
Skye Blue wins via pinfallSkye Blue wins via pinfall
- Pretty meh overall tbh
- Couple 'botchy' spots