Ricochet teamed with Johnny Gargano to defeat Tommaso Ciampa and The Velveteen Dream, which was originally advertised to be singles matches with Ricochet vs. Dream and Gargano vs. Ciampa. The end of the match saw Ricochet hit a suicide dive on Dream while Gargano made Ciampa tap out. Ricochet looked like he missed Dream and landed awkwardly. He was slow to get up as the referee threw up the dreaded “X” symbol. He was then helped to the back by an official but returned to the ring to celebrate with Gargano. Ricochet draped himself in a French flag and celebrated, showing no real signs of an injury.
Ricochet then missed Tuesday’s NXT live event in Belgium after being scheduled.
Ricochet is currently scheduled to face The Velveteen Dream at Saturday’s “Takeover: Chicago II” event. The roster is headed back home today to prepare for the big event.
Below is a video of the dive in Paris and the tweet about returning to the United States today:
— rollinsbestof2k (@Quentin10_6) 11 giugno 2018
On the plane about to head back to the states. An amazing and my first overseas tour for @WWENXT is all wrapped up! Thanks to all who came and made it possible!
Now time to get ready for my spotlight at #NXTTakeOverChicago.
— The One And Only! (@KingRicochet) 13 giugno 2018
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