Sometimes you need to adapt. Wrestling can be a complicated sport at times. While there is a plan for each match, sometimes things can be different and make a match change on the fly. These changes can be positive and / or negative and it's hard to say what could happen. One of these changes happened recently, although you may not have noticed.
There are many talented fighters under the WWE umbrella these days and some of them are capable of doing great things in the ring. With so many people on the list, you probably won't see them all, which means there are some hidden gems out there. One of them has been able to appear a lot on the map in recent months and, in one case, got more time than expected.
According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the match between Jordan Devlin and Tyler Breeze was longer than expected, since the show was short and the game had to be extended. The game ended up running 15:33 with Devlin winning through his Devlin Side. It is not clear how long the game was originally planned or if there is someone in heat for the synchronization problems of the program.
At least it was a good match. Look what we have:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehc4RGASShQ [/ embed]
Opinion: This is the kind of thing that will happen from time to time and there is not much to avoid. The good thing about wrestling is that you can put more fight on the show and most fans won't know something is wrong. Devlin has come a long way in a hurry and is a positive sign that he was allowed to fight for longer in the highest-profile combat of his WWE career to date.
Did you like the game? Did you think it was too long? Let us know in the comments below.
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