Read a nice report about I-Mar. He is a stud. He usually gets away with a couple of power moves in his matches. Vincenzo couldn't be overpowered, he probably has the best hips of all the PS wrestlers. When Nolf pinned I-Mar last year, Nolf hung with him and out-conditioned him. I-Mar learned from that and learned to pace himself in tight matches. I-Mar looked worn down by the end of the 2nd period, he didn't look his cool, composed self, his power wasn't working with Cenzo. All I-Mar needed was a takedown but he lost his composure and went for the throw which Cenzo was ready for, Cenzo's move was really more of an inside trip, but directly chest to chest. I thought the same thing that you did, I-Mar didn't even try to bridge, maybe he couldn't. I think that the turning point started at the end of the 2nd period when I-Mar realized that his game plan against Cenzo wasn't working so he went for the big move.
Yes, by the end of the second period Imar did not look very confident. I think he went into the match thinking he would have his way with the "upstart" Joseph. In an earlier post you mentioned he did not look like Imar throughout the tourney, I would have to agree..