Damien Sandow’s theft of Adam Rose’s spaceman outfit did little to stop the party animal from bringing the esteemed Superstar back down to earth. As thematically appropriate as Sandow’s latest impersonation was (he was in Houston and all), his problem was jumping Rose before the match even started. Unfortunately for Sandow, he perhaps misjudged how easily he’d be able to move in the suit, and Rose capitalized with a Party Foul within seconds once the match started. Flawless victory.
Dark match results after the cut.
Give Damien Sandow this: He does not discriminate when it comes to his targets. One week after The Enlightened One mimicked The Chairman and The Boss, he spat in the face of Canada itself when he donned the guise of Bret “Hitman” Hart, while the WWE Hall of Famer himself was in the middle of the ring addressing his faithful … in Montreal, no less. Unfortunately, for all Sandow’s gumption, he should probably work on the follow-up. Hart didn’t suffer the imitation long and cold-cocked The Intellectual Savior of the Masses straight in the jaw, cutting his sermon short and restoring glory to the Great White North.
Catching a fist to the chin from Bret Hart was just the beginning for Damien Sandow, who caught a boot to the mush from Sheamus not ten minutes after interrupting The Excellence of Execution on his home turf. Sheamus, looking to keep his wits sharp in advance of his U.S. Title defense against Alberto Del Rio, got a stiff challenge in the form of his old rival, who pounced with a top-rope Elbow of Disdain. It didn’t take a screwjob to put “Sandhart” down, though, just Ten Beats of the Bodhrán and a big old Brogue Kick for, as they say in Montreal, the un, deux, trois.