August 9th... He Returns
Revenge Intro
TV Title: Epic vs Creeping Death
Seth Lerch Promo
International Title: Mike Kaos vs Damien Ecks
Tag Titles: Monster Squad vs Bishop/Priest
Madd Dogg Promo
Hardcore Title: Junkyard Justice vs Madd Dogg
US Title: Outcast vs Brad Aikman
Rick Mad vs Scavenger of Sorrow
"The Future" Promo
World Title: Creeping Death vs Hellz Angel

  • August 9th... He Returns
  • The scene opens to blackness. We begin to zoom in to a date in the distance, written in white. August 9th. We pass that date, and continue to zoom into another white word. It's a name. That name is Steve Carr. As we zoom past that, we see the words He's Better Than You. And finally, on the screen, written in white.


    The words fade out... And Blast is on the air.

  • Revenge Intro
  • I'll Get Even by Megadeth plays, and the crowd erupts as WCF's third Pay Per View, Revenge, is on the air. We scan around the arena for signs. "Creeping Death" with a picture of a crybaby, "Dark Side" with a picture of Darth Vader, "Cyrus: The Real Master of Treachery". We go to the announcers, Zach Davis and Shannan Lerch. Kyle Steel is there for the night as well.

    Zach Davis: Wrestling fans around the world, welcome to WCF Revenge! I'm Zach Davis.

    Shannan Lerch: I'm Shannan Lerch.

    Kyle Steel: And I'm Kyle Steel. We have quite the night tonight, with EVERY Title on the line. Hell, every match is a Title match, except for one.

    Zach Davis: In our main event is Creeping Death and Hellz Angel, two men that nearly killed themselves for that World Title. One of them will actually win it this time, who will it be?

    Shannan Lerch: My money goes on Hellz Angel. To my memory, Creeping Death has never been a World Champion, and I doubt he'll pull it out this time.

    Kyle Steel: I say Creeping Death. He's motivated, and this may be his only chance at the gold. It'll be a close match.

    Zach Davis: Remember, Creeping Death is the current Television Champion. He faces Epic for that Title in our opening match tonight, just so that he can rest up for the main event.

    Shannan Lerch: I don't think doing double duty will hurt Creeps any in his match against Hellz.

    Zach Davis: We also have, for the US Title, Outcast against Brad Aikman. An interesting match, indeed.

    Kyle Steel: On the other side of the spectrum, Damien Ecks takes on Mike Kaos for the International Title. For all we know Ecks can't technically hold the belt, but hell, we have no idea. Oh well.

    Shannan Lerch: Enough talk, let's get on with the show! TV Title match coming up!

  • Television Title Match: Epic vs Creeping Death
  • "Perfect Strangers" hits. The music plays for a few seconds, Epic walks out and just stands infront of the curtain for a while to let the crowd catch a glimpse of him in all his glory. He slowly walks to the ring, and just before he enters the ring he takes off his robe and enters the ring. Once in the ring he waits in the corner, with a look of totally confidence.

    The lights slowly fade to black. The JumboTron shows shots of a big wooden cross wrapped in barbed wire in the middle of a thunderstorm. While the cross is shown, the churchy music plays. "Payback" comes on through the organ music. As soon as the heavy part of "Payback" kicks in, the lights come back on, and Creeping Death emerges from the back, with Kristen Volz by his side holding a kendo stick. They slowly walk down to the ring, Creeping Death with a black hoodie on, with the hood over his head, and his head down, Kristen wearing a black baby doll tank top with "Flaw" on the front in white letters, and the same baggy black nylon pants Creeping Death wears. As they reach the ring, Kristen takes the steps, and Creeping Death climbs up to the apron, and jumps over the top rope into the ring. Inside, Creeping Death takes off the hoodie and hands it to Kristen.

    The bell rings. Epic and C.D. circle each other. Epic goes to tie up, but C.D. backs up, cautiously.

    Zach Davis: Creeping Death is making sure to be careful, he needs to avoid any serious injuries for later tonight.

    The two tie up. Creeping Death switches and goes behind Epic, Epic switches and gets behind C.D., and C.D. switches one more time and ends up behind Epic. C.D. then executes a Reverse DDT. He climbs to the top and attempts a Shooting Star Legdrop, but Epic rolls out of the way, sending C.D. into the mat. C.D. stands up, slowly, and as he turns around Epic hits him with the Big Boot.

    Shannan Lerch: Ow, C.D. goes down hard.

    Epic follows up with a quick Leg Drop before going for a pin. One, two, No. C.D. kicks out at 2. C.D. starts to get up but Epic quickly grabs him and puts him into the Maple Leaf!

    Kyle Steel: He doesn't want to stay in that hold for long, he doesn't want his leg hurting later on in the night.

    C.D. tries his best to get to the ropes, but it looks like he won't be able to. He raises his arm to tap.. but doesn't let himself do it. He continues struggling, and a few seconds later, he grabs onto the ropes. Epic is forced to release the hold. He picks C.D. up and goes for a Powerbomb. As he lifts C.D. up, C.D. reverses it into a Spinning Tornado DDT! He then slides out under the ropes and onto the apron. As Epic stands up, C.D. executes a Springboard Hurricanrana into pin. The ref drops and makes the count. One, two, thre- No, Epic kicks out. Both men get up, and C.D. goes for a Superkick. Epic catches it, spins him around, and goes for the Epic Falls but C.D. gets out of it and puts Epic on his shoulders, DVD style. Epic slides down behind him and goes for a German Suplex, but C.D. blocks it, spins around to behind Epic, and trips him. Epic goes down, C.D. goes for an Elbow Drop, but Epic rolls away. Epic goes for a Legdrop but C.D. rolls away from that. Both men stand up quickly. Epic goes to whip Creeping Death into the ropes, but C.D. reverses it and grabs Epic and hits a Diamond Cutter!

    Crowd: BANG!

    Zach Davis: AMAZING exchange of offense by both men.

    Kyle Steel: Agreed. Just.. wow.

    Creeping Death quickly pins Epic. One. Two. NO! Epic manages to kick out again!

    Shannan Lerch: ...HOW!?

    Creeping Death picks him up, and whips him to the ropes. Epic hits the Tranquilizer! He then quickly picks C.D. up and hits the Epic Falls.

    Zach Davis: This is it.

    The ref drops and makes the count. One! Two! Three!

    Kyle Steel: Epic is the TV Champ!

    BUT NO! Creeping Death kicked out at the LAST POSSIBLE SECOND!

    Shannan Lerch: Is ANYONE ever going to win this match!?

    Epic is understandably angered. First he throws the ref out of the ring, then he goes to the outside and grabs a chair. He rolls back in, and starts hitting Creeping Death with it, over and over. He then pins him... but the ref isn't there to count.

    Zach Davis: Epic would be the New TV Champ, if it wasn't for him throwing the ref out. Too bad.

    Kristen Volz jumps up onto the apron. Epic goes over to her, chair in hand, and goes to hit her. She drops down to the ground, and he misses. He turns around back to C.D., who is up, and hits a Van Daminator!

    Kyle Steel: Kristen gave Creeping Death enough time to get up, she provided a good distraction. Who says women are useless?

    Shannan Lerch: HEY!

    C.D. throws the chair out of the ring, and then picks Epic up and hits For Whom The Bell Tolls, one last time, and makes the pin.




    Zach Davis: That's actually it, the match is over! Creeping Death retains the Title!

    And suddenly.. Seth Lerch runs out from the back. He grabs the chair and rolls into the ring, and goes to hit Epic... but hits Creeping Death instead! He then raises Epic's arm high in the air.

    Shannan Lerch: ..What?! I thought he hated the T.O.T.?!

  • Seth Lerch Promo
  • Lerch gets on the mic.

    Seth Lerch: Yeah, this may not make any sense, so let me explain...

    Lerch takes off his hoodie, and reveals he is wearing a T.O.T. shirt underneath.

    Seth Lerch: The Team of Treachery used to be THE stable here in WCF. They were friggin unstoppable, but now? Not even close. That's where I come in. I'm going to make the T.O.T. good again, I promise you that.

    Epic smiles and nods, and Lerch nods back.

    Seth Lerch: As for that piece of garbage, Creeping Death. Your match with Hellz Angel? It is now to unify the World and Television Titles.

    Kyle Steel: What?!

    Zach Davis: There's a lot riding on that match.

    Now, let's get out of here, Epic. These pieces of trash of an audience have seen enough greatness.

    Seth and Epic walk to the back.

  • International Title Match: Damien Ecks vs Mike Kaos
  • Roll With Me by P. Diddy plays, he walks out with a blank look on his face, slowly walks to the ring with his hands in his jacket pockets. He climbs into the ring and takes his Jacket off and hangs it ont the ring post and takes off his shirt. When he wrestles with tapes hands and dogs tags and dress pants.

    The lights in the arena go out, "Gramercy Park" hits, and two green pyros cross over the ring. The lights come back up, and Mike Kaos is sitting on the turnbuckle.

    The bell rings, and Ecks wastes no time. He runs to Kaos on the turnbuckle and punches him a few times, and then climbs up and hits a Superplex! He floats over and makes the pin. One, two, no, Kaos kicks out somewhat easily.

    Zach Davis: Good starting by Ecks, but you need a lot more than that to keep Kaos down.

    Ecks runs to the ropes and then drops an elbow on Kaos. He picks Kaos up, and Kaos begins fighting back. Ecks whips him to the ropes but Kaos counters it by sending Ecks into the ropes, and then catches him in a Tiltawhirl Slam. He quickly pins Ecks, but he kicks out at 2.

    Kyle Steel: Second nearfall, early in the match.

    Kaos then kicks Ecks a few times, and climbs up to the top again. He signals for the Tidal Wave! Ecks is up, though, and dives into the ropes. Kaos falls onto the turnbuckle, hitting his lower extremities on the turnbuckle. Ecks goes over to him, grabs his head, and hits a Top Rope Diamond Cutter!

    Crowd: BANG!

    Shannan Lerch: Really good move, this might be it for Kaos.

    Instead of going to pin him right away, Ecks picks him up and throws him to the ropes. He hits a Lo Down into pin! The ref drops to make the count. 1.. 2... NO! Kaos manages to kick out!

    Zach Davis: Wow, I thought we had a new International Champion!

    Ecks picks Kaos up again, and throws him again to the ropes.

    Kyle Steel: I think he's going for another Lo Down.

    Kaos, however, hits Ecks with a Spear! Ecks goes down hard, and Kaos quickly climbs the turnbuckle. He hits the Tidal Wave to a huge pop from the crowd. The ref counts. One! Two! Three!

    Shannan Lerch: Mike Kaos remains the TV Champion!

    Ref raises Kaos' hand and gives him the Title. Kaos rolls out of the ring, and heads to the back.

    Zach Davis: We still have a lot of Title matches coming up. Next is the Tag Titles!

  • Tag Titles TLC Match: Monster Squad vs Bishop/Priest
  • The Friday the 13th theme plays, and the Monster Squad walks out to the ring.

    Zach Davis: They mentioned some kind of special announcement for tonight, I wonder what it could be..

    The sounds of drums play next, and Bishop and Priest, the Tag Team Champions, walk out. Bishop has a ladder. They run to the ring and start punching their opponents right away, with the ladder sitting on the outside. The bell rings, and the match is on.

    Kyle Steel: Here we go!

    Bishop and Creeper exchange blows while Priest and Hacker do as well. Hacker Clotheslines Priest over the top rope, sending both men to the outside. Bishop and Creeper are left in the ring, and still brawling. Bishop ducks one of Creeper's punches, and ducks behind him and hits a Neck Drop. Bishop then kicks at him a few times, and drops down and begins choking him. Once the ref notices the blatant choke he makes Bishop stop. Bishop picks Creeper up and Headbutts him back down. Bishop slowly begins climbing up to the top...

    Shannan Lerch: What's this!?

    But Creeper gets up, and throws him off! Creeper then tags in Hacker, who climbs to the top. Creeper Bodyslams Bishop, and Hacker hits a Moonsault! This results in a pin. One, two, No! Bishop kicks out. Hacker picks him up, slowly, methodically, and punches him in the face. He goes down. He picks him up again, and punches him again. Hacker goes for a Leg Drop, but Bishop rolls away. He tags in Priest, who gets the ladder from the outside and then jumps into the ring. He hits Hacker in the stomach as he's standing up, with the ladder.

    Zach Davis: Ouch, that looked painful.

    Priest sets up the ladder, then jumps and hits a Leg Drop. He then picks Hacker up and starts punching him in the stomach. Hacker soon is able to fight back, but Priest Bodyslams him down.

    Kyle Steel: Wow, after all those punches to the stomach, I'm surprised he had any strength.

    Priest picks Hacker up and puts him in a headlock, then moves over and tags Bishop back in. Bishop rolls out of the ring, and gets a table. He sets it up on the inside. They then pick Hacker up and hit the Double Powerbomb, Hellbound, through the table! Bishop climbs the ladder, but Creeper jumps in the ring to knock him over. Priest stops him, and Bishop reaches and grabs the Titles. Bishop and Priest retain them!

    Shannan Lerch: Good showing my Monster Squad though, close match.

    Bishop and Priest hold their Titles up in the air, but out of nowhere, Burn Out attacks them from behind! He throws them outside the ring, Tag Titles and all. He raises Creeper and Hackers arms in the air, and gets on the mic.

    Burn Out: Guess what, audience? You're lucky, because you've witnessed the formation of WCF's newest stable. The Headhunters. Burn Out, Creeper, and Hacker. Jack and Headman are our managers. And Dark Side, New Age Outlaws, whatever your stupid names are, your heads are the ones being hunted! We'll see you soon!

    The Headhunters leave the ring and head to the back. Bishop and Priest get up and walk back angrily.

    Zach Davis: Great, ANOTHER stable. Whoohoo. Oh well, we now have an interview with Madd Dogg, before our Hardcore Title match.

    The crowd roars in anticipation.

  • Madd Dogg Promo
  • Hank Brown: Madd Dogg, I was wondering, since you promised me several weeks ago that you would give me an...

    Madd Dogg: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! Who in the hell are you and what are you doing up in my face?

    Hank Brown: Well, itís me, Dogg. You promised youíd give me an interview after you won the Hardcore Title.

    Madd Dogg: Did I? Well, whatís your name?

    Hank Brown: Well, itís-

    Madd Dogg: Never mind. It doesnít matter what your name is, I really donít care. You have 10 questions.

    Hank Brown: Um, well. How do you feel about your match tonight?

    Madd Dogg: (mocking) How do you feel bout your match? What a dumb question, you stupid jamoke. You are now down to seven questions.

    Hank Brown: But I had ten! And you didnít answer.

    Madd Dogg: Six.

    Hank Brown: ButÖ

    Madd Dogg: Five.

    Hank Brown:: (shuffling cards) Um, ok, onto Junkyard JusticeÖ

    Madd Dogg: You SUCK at this. These are the most boring textbook questions Iíve ever been asked. Gimme those cards. (reading and flipping each one away) Are you so confident youíll keep winning? Who do you want to fight next? Why do I keep playing with myself? WHAT?

    Hank Brown: Wait, I donít remember writing that.

    Madd Dogg: Itís right here, look.

    Hank Brown: (leaning over) Where?

    Madd Dogg: HERE! (grabs him by the hair and tosses him) Take notes kid, Iíll answer a few more relevant questions and then break out a promo. (he breaks into a whiny interviewer voice for each question) Why have you been cutting promos against Priest and Bishop? Well, thatís simple. CAUSE THEY ABSOLUTELY SUCK! They are without a doubt the sorriest wrestlers I have ever seen in a ring, and they share the spot of the worst people here with that damn Monster Squad. You dumb bastards wanna talk about Beware the Dogg? Youíre looking at him. And Iím gonna mop the floor with your asses. ALL OF YOU. By myself. What in the hell was up with the Night Before Christmas remake Dogg? Well, itís simple. I was mocking Junkyard Justiceís incessant need to recite Song lyrics. He was owned pure and simple. What do you think about Cyrus in the Darkside or whatever the hell itís called. Donít care. He lost twice to me and tried to screw me over with a cheap Dogg rip off. And no Cyrus, I didnít complain. I still had the title. It was Lerchís idea to unify our titles. There are two options here, either one, you knew that you werenít facing me and decided to cheat, or two you actually were stupid enough to think that you beat ME with a single chair shot. The TOT doesnít want you back and the Darkside or whatever is going to kick you out.

    Suddenly, Junkyard comes up and stares Dogg down.

    Junkyard Justice: All youíve done since you came here was run your mouth. Iíll show you tonight what Hardcore is all about. Youíll see firsthand whatís in my dumpster. Youíll feel my pain. All the agony bottled up inside. In the words of the immortal songwriterÖ.

    Dogg: SHUT UP! No one wants to hear your little songs so can it. No one gives a good GODDAMN what songs youíve heard this week. And as for pain, you had a little girl rip your heart out? She broke it? How about I break your damn legs so youíve got a matching set. Iíll teach you what pain is tonight and show you that you mean NOTHING. Prepare yourself Junkyard. Tonight you FEEL MY BITE. And you, stop taking notes and give me that.

    The camera fades.

  • Hardcore Title Match: Junkyard Justice vs Madd Dogg
  • Zach Davis: We have a hell of a match up tonight folks. The hardcore title is on the line. Junkyard Justice and Madd Dogg are going to create havoc all over this ring.

    The crowd await at the edge of their seats. The announcers tremble with fear as the lights flash out; sparkles of cameras can be seen in the distance. A load drum beat echoes round the silent arena. Monstrous shots of bodies crashing through tables, tables crashing through dumpsters and dumpsters shutting to darkness appear on the oval-tron. The words 'Death Do Us Part' flash onto the screen as a heavy beat kicks in. The lights remain off, a single flash of fire circles the stage as a dumpster filled with tables, ladders and chairs rolls out unto it. A single figure emerges from behind it, the lights flash on and that figure steps forward. Two arms are raised as the fire fizzes out. Dogg runs out from the audience while JJ is looking at the stage, his own entrance cut short. Dogg begins beating away at him on the ramp.

    Kyle Steel: Madd Dogg anxious to get this match underway.. It's on!

    JJ responds by slamming his head into the dumpster and dragging both Dogg and the dumpster down to ringside. Rolling Dogg in, he slides in after him. Dogg gets up and the two stare each other down.

    Zach Davis: Since, pure brute force and the element of surprise failed to work, now both men are trying to start a war of psychology.

    Shannan Lerch: Psychology in a damn hardcore match. Psht.

    Junkyard starts by taunting Dogg, daring Dogg to hit him in the face, which Dogg is only too happy to oblige. Junkyard Justice doesnít even seem fazed. MD tries again, but this time JJ grabs his arm, lifts him by it and tosses him clear across the ring. MD falls into the corner and JJ flies at him, clotheslining him into the turnbuckle. He whips him across the ring and does it again. And again. And again. And again. The sixth time, Dogg, ducks and removes the pas to the turnbuckle, causing Junkyard to run full force, face first, into the exposed metal.

    Zach Davis: Junkyard is just dominating Dogg. It seems Dogg fighting for his life just to get a little offense in.

    MD begins hammering JJ with rights, but JJ battles back and slams his knee into MD gut. Dogg falls away, only to have Junkyard grab him by the mask and lift him back to his feet. He grabs MD in a fall-away slam position and hurls him over the ropes into the side of the dumpster. Dogg tries to get to his feet, but Junkyard crawls through the ropes and dives down, with a double hammer blow onto MDís left shoulder. JJ pulls a pair of cuffs out of the dumpster and cuffs Doggís left arm to the low rope. He then pulls out a bat and swings right into Doggís shoulder/arm.

    Kyle Steel: Dogg is screaming in pain. It appears that Junkyard is the one teaching Dogg the meaning of pain.

    JJ begins repeatedly slamming that bat into Doggís shoulder and arm. After 5 or 6 hits, he turns to taunt to the crowd. Dogg begins yanking on the cuff.

    Zach Davis: What in the hell is Dogg doing? It almost looks like heís getting loose.

    Shannan Lerch: OOHHH. Heís dislocating his thumb to get out of those cuffs.

    JJ turns around, fully prepared to resume the beatings, but Dogg is right in his face. Again, he offers his chin for Dogg to hit, and Dogg again takes the bait. Again, no reaction. JJ dares him to do it a second time.

    Kyle Steel:This again? Didnít Dogg learn his lesson the first time?

    Instead of taking the bait, however, Dogg hauls back and kicks him into the nuts. JJ falls back and collapses on the floor. MD rolls him into the ring and props him against the ropes, almost as for a 619.

    Shannan Lerch: Doggís gonna try the 619?

    Instead, he pulls a shovel out from under the ring, and props the handle between JJ legs. He climbs to the turnbuckle and dives off, slamming his entire body against the blade and jamming the handle up into JJís nuts again.

    Kyle Steel: Oh my God thatís violent.

    JJ is rolling around the ring in pain. Dogg again climbs to the top and mad splashes JJ from the top. He goes for the cover. 1, 2, thrÖ JJ kicks out. Dogg slides out of the ring and roots under the ring for something. He finds it and slides back in as JJ stands. Once again, JJ invites Dogg to throws the first punch.

    Zach Davis: Well, I guess JJ figures that it worked once and failed once. Maybe heíll get lucky.

    Dogg is more then happy to oblige. This time, however, JJ is staggered by the punch. Dogg punches him again, and JJ almost falls, but somehow remains upright.

    Kyle Steel: Dogg couldnít even make him wince before, and now heís almost floored him. What gives?

    Dogg tosses a pair of brass knucks out of the ring and rears back with a brick. The first shot to JJís head still doesnít take him down.

    Shannan Lerch: Dogg is incredulous. Heís hit JJ with a BRICK and he still didnít fall.

    Dogg slams it into JJís head again. It breaks this time, red dust going everywhere, and JJ falls.

    Zach Davis: Dogg with the pin. 1, 2, thre, JJ still manages to kick out.

    Kyle Steel: This is incredible. JJ is a monster. Dogg just canít keep him down.

    Both men get to their feet. Dogg grabs the bat JJ was so fond of and takes a homerun swing. This time, JJ gets his arm out and the bat breaks across the upper arm.

    Kyle Steel: I can see the surprise on Doggís face, even through his mask.

    Shannan Lerch: I think itís more fear than surprise.

    JJ grabs Dogg by both sides of his mask, and tosses him halfway across the ring by his head, like a rag doll. Dogg struggles to get up, but before he can, JJ hits him with a clothesline from hell. Instead of pinning, he slides out of the ring, props the top of the dumpster open with a glass sheet, instead of his usual table. He then slides back in and grabs Dogg. The fans go crazy as Junkyard tombstones Dogg through the glass and into the dumpster. Both lids slam shut.

    Shannan Lerch: Oh, God, itís over. JJ has beaten the Dogg.

    Zach Davis: Wait, heís not done. Heís pouring gas all over the dumpster, and setting it ablaze.

    The ref is incredulous. He waits for a few seconds then calls for the bell so the dumpster can be put out and paramedics can get to Dogg. Before the bell can ring, Dogg kicks the weakened side of the dumpster out and throws the lids open.

    Kyle Steel: OH MY GOD. Doggís not dead?

    Shannan Lerch: If I see fear anywhere, itís on Junkyardís face. Doggís pointing to him. The crowd joins him in a chant.


    Dogg runs into the ring and begins hammering away at JJ. Whipping him into the ropes, JJ reverses it, but Dogg flies off of the ropes and catches JJ with a flying clothesline. As JJ stumbles to get up, Dogg stalks him. Stunner. He spins JJ around, interlocks his arms around his waist and, jerking them both up quickly to his throat, delivers a Dogg Pound variation. JJ lands on his head and stays there. Dogg pulls him back to his feet, locks him in a bulldog, and dives over the ropes, bulldogging him into the top of the post.

    Zach Davis: He is putting JJ down for the count. Heís going back up once more and hits one last Mad Splash.

    Kyle Steel: Heís not going for the cover?

    Dogg instead locks on the trampling clutch. For a few minutes it doesnít look like heís gonna get the submission, but Junkyard finally taps.

    Shannan Lerch: I canít believe it. Dogg has actually beaten JJ!

    Kyle Steel: This was incredible, ladies and gentlemen.

    Dogg stands up long enough for the ref to hand him his Hardcore Title, but he then collapses for a few seconds. He's able to roll out of the ring and walk to the back.

    Zach Davis: After that display of brutality.. we have a US Title match.

  • US Title Match: Outcast vs Brad Aikman
  • 'God of Thunder' hits and the crowd cheers. Outcast walks out in black jeans. he goes to the ring with is eyes fixed on the ring. Nothing else phases him. He slides in and raises his hands.

    Slutgarden by Marilyn Manson hits, and Brad Aikman walks down to the ring being followed by Chelsea. Brad rolls in the ring and climbs on the far turnbuckle throwing his arms straight up while Chelsea bends over through the middle rope giving the crowd a "nice shot" of the posterior.

    The bell rings, and the two men shake hands with each other and nod. They then back away, and get ready to tie up.

    Zach Davis: That's not something we see in wrestling very often.

    They tie up. Aikman hits a Snapmare, and then Dropkicks Outcast's back. He then runs to the ropes and hits a Shining Wizard! Outcast lays on the mat. Aikman kicks him a few times, and then applies a Mexican Surfboard.

    Kyle Steel: Nice submission move by Aikman, yes.

    Outcast refuses to give up, no matter how hard Aikman stretches him. Aikman soon releases it and goes back to kicking him. He then picks Outcast up and throws him to the ropes. Outcast Clotheslines Aikman down as he's coming back.

    Shannan Lerch: Outcast going to mount a comeback...

    Aikman gets up somewhat quickly, but he is met with a kick to the stomach and a DDT to the ground. Outcast quickly goes for the pin. One. Two. Kickout.

    Zach Davis: Outcast thought he had the US Title.. It was close.

    Suddenly, a really muscular man appears in the ring. He throws the ref out of the ring, and then kicks Outcast in the gut. He Powerbombs him twice, and holds on after the second one. He spins him in a circle and hits a Death Valley Driver. He then jumps to the top and hits a Shooting Star Press.

    Zach Davis: Who was that?! It was amazing, but... WHO!?

    The man rolls out of the ring and walks to the back. A new ref rolls into the ring, and Aikman pins Outcast. One. Two. Thr- NO! Outcast kicks out!

    Shannan Lerch: Outcast was lucky that first of all this wasn't a DQ, and second of all that he kicked out. Amazing.

    Kaos picks Outcast up, but Outcast starts punching him, and hits a Bodyslam. He then grabs Aikman's legs and is about to put him into the Mind Rager, but Aikman kicks him away. Aikman gets up and throws him to the ropes again, and this time follows up with a Spinebuster. Aikman gets up slowly, and then begins climbing the turnbuckle. He hits a Moonsault on Outcast into a pin! One, two.. three? Nope, Outcast gets his shoulder up. Aikman is frustrated, and goes to hit his finisher, the Axe Handle.. but Outcast rolls away! Aikman gets up slowly and Outcast pushes him into the corner,and follows up with the Sick Twist. Aikman then stumbles forward, and walks right into the Crushing NightMare! Outcast makes the pin.

    Kyle Steel: I think that's it, fellas.

    One. Two. KICKOUT! Outcast is amazed. He picks up Aikman, who hits an Osaka Street Cutter out of nowhere! He then jumps out and hits the Axe Handle!

    Zach Davis: ...THAT'S it.

    He pins Outcast, hooking the leg. One. Two. Three. Brad Aikman retains the US Title.

    Shannan Lerch: Aikman had a little help from that masked stranger.. I wonder who it was?

    Kyle Steel: I guess we'll find out in the weeks to come.

    Aikman grabs his Title, rolls out of the ring, and walks to the back.

    Zach Davis: Coming up next, our only non-title match of the night.. Rick Mad against Scavenger of Sorrow!

  • Rick Mad vs Scavenger of Sorrow
  • The heavy part of One by Metallica hits, and the lights go out and start flashing. Rick Mad steps out from the back, and raises his arms in the air. He walks to the ring as the lights continue to flash, and a burst of pyro shoots from all four turnbuckles as he gets in and the lights come back on.

    Scavenger of Human Sorrow starts playing and Scavenger of Sorrow comes out banging his head to the heavy beat. He throws the heavy metal sign into the air with his right hand and starts walking to the ring fixing his leather vest. He climbs into the ring slowly, takes off his vest, and stretches his arms.

    The bell rings, and the two men circle each other carefully. They go to tie up, but SOS punches Mad and then executes a Drop Toehold. He then quickly puts Mad in a Front Facelock.

    Zach Davis: SOS keeping this match going slow, which is somewhat surprising.

    Mad soon begins getting up, though, and elbows SOS in the stomach. He then runs to the ropes and Clotheslines SOS down. Mad grabs his leg and drops an elbow to the inside of his knee. He then puts SOS into a Single Leg Crab.

    Kyle Steel: Lot's of submissions going on.

    SOS goes to crawl to the ropes, but as he's about to get there, Mad pulls him away. He converts the Single Leg Crab into a Full Boston Crab, putting even more pressure on the back. SOS screams out in pain, but Mad doesn't let go. SOS soon manages to reach the ropes, and as he does, Mad releases the hold. He then goes to stomping on his leg instead.

    Shannan Lerch: Rick is working over SOS' leg, getting him ready for the Sharpshooter.

    Mad picks SOS up, and SOS begins fighting back. He knees Mad in the stomach and then executes a Belly to Belly Suplex! SOS walks over to mad and stomps his legs a few times, and then applies the Figure Four Leglock.

    Zach Davis: A bit of revenge for what Mad has been doing the last few minutes..

    Shannan Lerch: That's what this pay per view is all about, isn't it? Revenge!

    Mad is the one screaming out in pain now, as he struggles to turn over, which would turn the pressure over to SOS. SOS fights it with all he has, though, and won't let Mad do it. Rick then decides to try to reach the ropes, which he starts doing ever so slowly.. he's inches away.. and he makes it! SOS refuses to release the Figure Four, until the ref threatens to disqualify him. SOS then climbs onto Rick and starts punching him. Mad does all he can to block his face from being hit, and eventually rolls over, getting himself on top of SOS and punches him. Mad then gets up and hits a Leg Drop. He then begins climbing the turnbuckle, and flies down with a Diving Headbutt. But SOS rolls away, sending Mad into the canvas! Mad gets up right away, and SOS whips him into the ropes. He then hits the Flattening of Emotions!

    Kyle Steel: Ouch! Mad may be out.

    SOS quickly makes the pin. 1... 2... No! Mad manages to get his shoulder up. SOS picks Mad up, frustrated, and positions Mad for the SOS finisher. Mad reverses it, however, with a Back Bodydrop. SOS is back up fast, and throws Mad to the ropes. As Mad is coming back, he hits SOS with the Mad DDT! The crowd roars, and Rick then grabs SOS' legs and locks in the Sharpshooter.

    Shannan Lerch: Scavenger's leg was already weakened. This may spell the end.

    But no, SOS doesn't tap. He reaches the ropes, and Mad grudgingly releases the hold. SOS stands up, on a hurt leg, and Mad runs at him. SOS hits the Flattening of Emotions! Mad goes down hard. SOS picks him up...

    Crowd: SOS! SOS! SOS!

    Scavenger knows what that means, and hits his finisher, the SOS! He pins Mad. One. Two. Three!

    Kyle Steel: Scavenger of Sorrow wins!

    He rolls out of the ring, and heads to the back.

    Zach Davis: Eternal Agony has one win under it's belt, and we're about to find out if they're going to get a second.

    Kyle Steel: That's right... Creeping Death vs Hellz Angel coming up after this promo!

  • "The Future" Promo
  • Dobbie appears on the WCF-tron and then slowly fades away as "Send the Pain Below" by Chevelle starts playing in the background. Dobbie's voice can be heard over the music.


    Hellz and SOS better remember July 12th, 2003

    The stretchers rolled out when they were done...1..2...3

    They took out Gravedigger, Dobbie, and Jessie

    Bad asses is what they think they be

    But nah, they don't impress nobody, not even Dobbie

    You gang up on us, using weapons and take us out

    Our fury you don't fear but you'll find out what it's all about

    when we get done wit' ya OW my neck is what ya gonna shout

    The anger within is rising, better turn back the clocks

    You two have fucced up, opened Pandora's box

    Gravedigger like the psycho goth, you two like the punkass jocks

    Gonna wish you was tied up, thrown in the water weighed down by rocks

    The time is upon you to reconcile for your sins

    apologize to your enemies and make amends

    before all hell breaks loose and your life ends

    Soon he will return and show you how it's done

    make your life hell, it won't be any fun

    Face off against the world champion

    only choice you'll have is to run.

    The WCF-tron lights back up with Gravedigger screaming in anger during one of his past matches. The camera goes in for a close-up until it's practically in his mouth. The screen fades into him giving the Death Driver to various opponents over the past few weeks. Each Death Driver freezes as the next one starts until the entire screen is filled up with the various wrestlers in the federation being shown lying on the mat with Gravedigger covering them for the 3-count. The screen then fades to black and some words appear on the big screen with Gravedigger's face faded into the background:

    "The Future" returns on Saturday, August 9, 2003.

  • World/Television Title Unification Match: Creeping Death vs Hellz Angel
  • The lights slowly fade to black. The JumboTron shows shots of a big wooden cross wrapped in barbed wire in the middle of a thunderstorm. While the cross is shown, the churchy music plays. "Payback" comes on through the organ music. As soon as the heavy part of "Payback" kicks in, the lights come back on, and Creeping Death emerges from the back, with Kristen Volz by his side holding a kendo stick. They slowly walk down to the ring, Creeping Death with a black hoodie on, with the hood over his head, and his head down, Kristen wearing a black baby doll tank top with "Flaw" on the front in white letters, and the same baggy black nylon pants Creeping Death wears. As they reach the ring, Kristen takes the steps, and Creeping Death climbs up to the apron, and jumps over the top rope into the ring. Inside, Creeping Death takes off the hoodie and hands it to Kristen.

    The lights darken and Rob Halford's piercing voice is heard screaming "Can't... Stop... The... PAINKILLER!" and "Painkiller" hits the speakers. Hellz Angel walks out to a silent crowd as camera flashes go off and cigarette lighters turn on all around the arena. He makes his way to the ring and climbs in. He circles the ring and pushes himself off the ropes as the lights come back on.

    Zach Davis: ....And here we go.

    The two men circle each other, very careful of one another. They tie up, but C.D. uses his speed to his advantage and switches behind Hellz, and Dropkicks him in the back of the head. Hellz ducks it, however, and C.D. falls to the mat only to get back up right away. They circle again, and Creeping Death kicks Hellz. Hellz catches it, and C.D. goes for an Enziguri Kick, but Hellz ducks that too. He spins C.D. around and goes for a Superkick but C.D. ducks that! He grabs Hellz from behind and rolls him up, schoolboy style. The ref drops for the count. One- No, Hellz kicks out at one.

    Zach Davis: Great exchange by both men, each ducking the other's kicks.

    Hellz gets up quickly, and goes to Clothesline C.D.. As is becoming the standard in this match, C.D. ducks it. Hellz was expecting this, and hits a Neckbreaker from behind.

    Shannan Lerch: Hellz new exactly what C.D. was going to do. He's a smart man.

    Hellz starts stomping on C.D.. He then grabs his legs and is about to put him in the Figure Four Leglock, but C.D. kicks him away. He quickly gets up and runs to the ropes, springboards, and hits Hellz with an elbow. Hellz goes down, and C.D. jumps to the top and hits a Shooting Star Legdrop!

    Zach Davis: Death From Above!

    C.D. hooks Hellz' leg in a pin. One, two, no! Hellz kicks out. Creeping Death picks him up and whips him to the ropes, and attempts to catch him in a DVD. He can't get him up, however, and Hellz counters by hitting a Reverse DDT. C.D. goes down hard. Hellz then locks in the Texas Cloverleaf!

    Zach Davis: I think he does it better than the great Dean Malenko himself. Creeping Death must be in a lot of pain.

    Shannan Lerch: Yeah, but I don't think Creeping Death minds it much. He enjoys it.

    And like everyone expected, C.D. doesn't tap. Hellz is angered, and cranks on the hold even harder. And Creeping Death shows no signs of giving up. Hellz releases it and then goes to stomping on C.D.'s back, over and over, and then picks him up and applies an Ab Stretch. Hellz appears to be locking it in really intensely, but C.D. doesn't care, and barely makes a sound. Hellz sends forearms across his stomach and chest, and still, nothing. Hellz let's go and is frustrated, so he decides to end the match now and positions C.D. for the Hellz Face. But C.D. reverses it with a Back Bodydrop.

    Zach Davis: That was Creeping Death's plan all along.. get Hellz frustrated to the point he'll make a mistake.

    Hellz gets up and runs at C.D., and is met with a Diamond Cutter!

    Crowd: BANG!

    C.D. picks Hellz up and in one swift motion, hits the For Whom The Bell Tolls!

    Kyle Steel: This might be the end. Creeping Death may just be the World Champion.

    C.D. makes the pin. One. Two. NO! Hellz manages to get his shoulder up! C.D. is astonished, and picks Hellz up again, and throws him to the ropes. But Hellz reverses it, sending C.D. to the ropes instead, and then kicks him in the gut. Hellz Angel hits the Hellz Face! He makes the pin.



    New World Champ?

    No. Creeping Death kicks out.

    Zach Davis: Creeping Death is making a career of kicking out of finishers when we thought the match was over.

    Hellz swears to himself, and turns to the ref, angrily, and punches him right in the face. The ref goes down, hard. Hellz then turns to C.D. and hits another Hellz Face! He goes over and attempts to get the ref back to conciousness, now realizing that he needs him to win the match. But another man enters the ring. Hellz turns around to see who it is, and it's Dark Arts Wizard! DAW pulls an electrified baton out of his coat, and hits Hellz with it DIRECTLY IN HIS CROTCH.

    Kyle Steel: ...

    Zach Davis: Yeah, I don't know what to say about that either.

    Shannan Lerch: HAHA!

    Hellz is obviously in a lot of pain, and DAW proceeds to hit him square in the head with the baton. It breaks, and Hellz is apparently unconcious. DAW gets on the mic.

    Dark Arts Wizard: You cast the gauntlet of war to me Hellz. Consider my actions tonight as my official acceptance of your declaration. It is too late for warnings now; it is not by my hand that this misfortune has befallen you; you have only yourself to blame. But I have things to attend to at present, but when I return you will beg me to end your suffering. You shall shed tears of blood.

    He then drops the mic, and proceeds to walk out of the arena.

    Zach Davis: This World Title match is still going on, although both men are out it seems.

    Creeping Death is the first to move. He slowly climbs to the top rope, and hits a Phoenix Splash!

    Kyle Steel: Picture perfect, ala Hayabusa.






    He is handed the World and Television Titles, which he holds proudly in the air. He climbs a turnbuckle and raises them to the cheers of the audience. But from behind, someone grabs him, and knocks him down!?

    Zach Davis: What the hell!?

    The man wears tights with a lightning bolt going down the side, and black wrestling boots.

    Shannan Lerch: I recognize him, that's WCF's newest wrestler, Jeff Evans. But what is he doing out here!?

    He kicks Creeping Death, over and over. He then hits The End on Creeping Death!

    Kyle Steel: Ow. That move is brutal.

    He then throws C.D. out of the ring as well, but not before grabbing the WCF World Title from him. And Evans straps it around his own waist.

    Zach Davis: WHAT IS HE DOING!? He can't just walk in here and take the World Title like that!

    Jeff Evans then walks back up the ramp, wearing the World Title around his waist as Your Worst Mistake by Strung Out plays.

    Shannan Lerch: I.. I can't believe this.

    The copyright information appears on the bottom of the screen, and Revenge fades out.