Amid a sea of fives, sixes and the occasional seven, one Superstar alone can be rated The Perfect 10. At least, that’s how Tye Dillinger views the playing field of NXT, the place where the calculating ring veteran plies his well-honed trade. Endlessly confident, the silky-smooth Dillinger thinks nothing of stopping a bout mid-match to grade his own performance. (Hint: It’s always 10 out of 10.) Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge of holds and the discipline needed to apply them flawlessly, it’s hard to argue that Dillinger is anything less than perfect.
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Sep 12, 2017
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WWE United States Championships
Tye Dillinger vs. AJ Styles

The bell rings and they go at it. They run the ropes and trade counters. Dillinger with a neckbreaker early on. AJ comes right back with a dropkick. They end up tangling on the apron and Dillinger shoves AJ into the ring post. AJ falls to the floor and is down as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Dillinger has control of AJ in the corner but AJ fights out with a powerbomb. More back and forth now. AJ misses a pele kick but comes right back and drops Dillinger. Dillinger dumps AJ to the apron. AJ rocks Tye and goes for a Phenomenal Forearm but Baron Corbin runs down and jumps on the apron. AJ hits Corbin with the forearm instead. Dillinger takes advantage and covers for a 2 count. AJ blocks the Tye Breaker but Tye blocks the Styles Clash. Tye hits the Tye Breaker without exposing his knee. AJ kicks out at 2. AJ ends up applying the Calf Crusher for the win.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the match, AJ stands tall as we go to replays. AJ waits as Tye limps to his feet. AJ raises the title and extends his hand for a shake. Tye shakes and AJ backs out of the ring but Corbin pulls him to the floor. Corbin launches AJ over the barrier. Tye comes out but Corbin drops him as fans boo. Corbin hits AJ with End of Days on the floor. Corbin tells AJ that he will be the opponent for next week’s US Title Open Challenge. Fans boo as Corbin drops the mic.



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