In the last few weeks there has been a lot of miscommunications between Butch and Ridge Holland, of the Brawling Brutes.
Ridge Holland has grown incredibly frustrated with the losses recently.
On the November 24th edition of Friday Night SmackDown Holland finally had enough. The Brawling Brutes have a match with Pretty Deadly (Elton Prince and Kit Wilson).
The match starts off normal with Holland and Willson kicking it off. Holland hits Wilson with a splash, but Prince tags himself in. Holland gives a nasty closthline leveling both men to the mat.
Not long after Holland gives Wilson the Ten Beat of the Bodhran, with Butch doing the same to Prince in tandom. Wilson manages to break free, sending Holland to the outside of the ring.
Prince and Butch struggle backa and forth for a bit, but Butch hits an enzuirgiri. As Butch looks to tag in Holland he is not willing to tag back in.
Instead Holland chooses to leave ringside and leave his tag team partner in the match by hmself. Prince gives Butch an uppercut and Wilson helps hit a gutbuster.
For a moment it looked like Pretty Deadly would easily win the match, rolling him up for the pin, but Butch kicked out.
Butch puts up a notable fight by himself against Pretty Deadly. He delivers some great offense like a suplex to Prince as well as a boot.
While he attempts to snap Wilson’s fingers, he thinks Wilson makes a blind tag into his partner Prince. Butch then deleivers the Bitter End to Prince and attempts to roll him up.
However Prince was not the legal man so Wilson comes from behind rolling Butch up for the win. The WWE has been buzzing since the Holland left his tag team partner to fend for himself.
Photo Credit – WWE