Originally Posted by antoniomare007
Didn't see anything special in that match, it was a fun and worth a watch a though.
The story goes like this:
The match starts and Kingston makes it clear that although he respects Danielson, he wants to prove that he's better, that Chikara is his house and nobody, not even the returning American Dragon, can come in and overshadow him. So Kingston tries to play Danielson's game, the hold-for-hold submission style, but Danielson beats him easily. Kingston keeps on trying to beat Danielson at his own game, which is classic Kingston and a really good, subtle use of his character. Of course Kingston doesn't wrestle that way often and therefore is nowhere near as proficient at it as Danielson, a fact which manifests itself in his inability to avoid Danielson's kicks, which Danielson of course exploits readily. Kingston eventually gives up on his attempt to wrestle Danielson's style, and goes to his trademark power offense, which proves more successful, but Danielson keeps working the knees and Kingston can never really get any sustained offense without Danielson going back to the knees, and it continues that way for several minutes.
And then Danielson kinda forgot about the knees, and Claudio interfered, and the finish sucked. But the beginning was fantastic, up there with any match I've seen this year. And throughout the whole match, Kingston sold beautifully, better than any wrestler I've seen since probably Danielson in the Tag Title Classic.
P.S: CM Skittle, thanks for the neg rep. I'd ask you to stop judging things you've never seen and acting like other people's opinions are wrong if they differ from yours, even if your opinion is based on the name of the promotion and wrestlers involved and nothing else, but it's clear at this point that that's never going to happen.