Slam Intro
Guest Announcer?
Burn Out vs Mandy
Dehart vs Wylde Kard
Defman vs Outcast
Logan Tributes...
Logan vs Wreck
World Title: Steve Carr vs Gravedigger

  • Sunday Slam Intro
  • Adema's Immortal plays and Sunday Slam is on the air. We pan the arena, signs include "Logan, wreck Wreck!", and various other humorous things. We go to the announcers booth, as always.

    Zach Davis: And here we are, another Sunday Slam!

    Shannan Lerch: It might as well be "US Title" night, because that's what our show is based upon. Four tournament matches to see who faces Brad Aikman at School of Pain.

    Zach Davis: However, we also have a World Title match between the General Manager of the show, Steve Carr, and Gravedigger. Carr is Gravedigger's former boss, and I'm sure he'll be happy to get his hands on him.

    Shannan Lerch: I think EVERYBODY wants to get their hands on Carr lately.

    Zach Davis: Especially your brother.

    Shannan Lerch: NO! I mean everyone wants to beat him up because they think he's a jerk.

    Zach Davis: As for the US Title tournament, we have former allies going at it during Logan vs Wreck. We'll see Defman take on Outcast, Dehart against newcomer Wylde Kard, and the continuing feud between Burn Out and Mandy.

  • Guest Announcer?
  • “Slutgarden” by Marilyn Manson hits hard and loud as Brad Aikman makes his to the top of the ramp to show off his newly won United States Title. He holds it high above his head and nods his head as he scans the arena smiling at the standing crowd.

    Ring Announcer: Making his way to ring hailing from Shelby, NC standing 6 foot and weighing in at 208 lbs. The WCF United States Champion, BRAD AIKMAN.

    Brad hops in the ring with microphone in hand.

    Brad Aikman: Thank you! Thank you! It feels great to be back, not to mention this title looking excellent strapped on the waist once again. You can’t deny that true champions have courage, brains, and wit. Brad Aikman possesses all three of those characteristics. Brad Aikman has courage because he is defending his title against the man that wins the tournament in a cage match at School of Pain. That’s right ladies and gentlemen, a tournament. A tournament that starts tonight! (Crowd cheers!) Speaking of the tournament. None other than Brad Aikman himself will be the special guest announcer.

    Shannan Lerch: WOW, we are in for a treat!

    Zach Davis: Oh goodie.

    Brad Aikman: Next, he possesses brains. As Brad Aikman showed all of you last week on Sunday Slam. Everybody thought Aikman was hurt and for that he apologizes. It was all part of the master plan. What you guys don’t understand is that it doesn’t matter who you are fighting, you should never let your guard down, as all of you did this past Sunday. “Oh since Brad Aikman isn’t in the match I can slack off some!” No, it doesn’t work like that. You fight until you can’t fight anymore; you fight as if it’s your last match. This is the exact reason that Brad Aikman is the champion. No matter whom it is he is fighting, Brad Aikman always gives 110%. Why wouldn’t it be fair that I entered the match as the Man In Black? I got it approved by President Lerch. Won the title, taught you guys and gal a hard lesson in preparing for a match and had great sex that night. Aikman’s 3 for 3!!! You’re just pissed off that Aikman beat you fair and square, took your title and walked away as you about pissed your pants. Now lets get on with this tournament!

    Aikman walks over to the announce table and sits down putting on his headset.

  • US Countendership Tourney: Burn Out vs Mandy
  • As Brad finishes putting on his headset "21 Questions" by 50 cent plays and Mandy runs out from the back running down the ramp and clapping the fans hands on the way. She slides into the ring smiling and waiting for her opponent.

    Zach Davis: I don't know why in the hell she is smiling.

    Brad Aikman: I do!

    He turns and winks at both Zach and Shannan.

    Shannan Lerch: OH MY GOD!

    A look of disgust shows on her face.

    A motorcycle is heard revving up, and Burn Out comes out on a motorcycle. He goes around the ring, gets off the bike, and climbs in. He stares down Mandy and then glances back and forth between both Mandy and Aikman, like he can't make up his mind on which he would rather fight.

    Zach Davis: I think he wants to fight you Aikman!

    Brad Aikman: Bring it!

    With Burn Out focused on Aikman, Mandy tries to seize the moment. She runs and jumps on his back putting BO in a sleeper hold and violently twists. After a few seconds BO pulls Mandy over top of him slamming her to the mat. BO hovers over Mandy as she lays motionless on the canvas. He goes to pick her up when she suddenly pops up and hit him with a low blow.

    Shannan Lerch: YES!

    BO stumbles around the ring until he finally collapses in the corner on the ring. Mandy runs toward him and misses with the broncobuster as BO barely slides out of the way and Mandy goes down hard. BO gathers himself and hits Mandy with a hard head butt and then a massive leg drop. "Top O' The Morning To Ya" fills the arena as Jason Price comes barreling down the ramp slides into the ring and hits BO with the Keltic Kick that renders him unconscious.

    Zach Davis: Aint that a bitch!

    Brad bangs his hand on the table.

    Brad Aikman: DAMN!

    Aikman gets up from the announcing table and hops in the ring. Just as Jason Price turns around he is hit with a clothesline from Aikman. Aikman then brings Burn Outs arm over on top of Mandy. The referee counts one…two…three!

    Shannan Lerch: Ladies and gentlemen the winner of the first U.S. Title Tournament match is Burn Out! Aikman, I think we all want to know why you just covered Mandy with Burn Out?

    Brad Aikman: Three simple reasons! #1 Aikman took the liberty to declare himself the enforcer for this tournament. #2 Burn Out had it won fair and square. #3 Aikman doesn't like Irish.

    Jason Price gets up and walks to the back as he stares down Aikman. Mandy then follows behind him with a referee helping her. Burn Out eventually gets up and starts to walk toward the back wondering what in the blue hell just happened. That is, until he sees the replay of what happened. He then turns and gives Aikman a "WHY?" look.

  • US Contendership Tourney: Dehart vs Wylde Kard
  • When the music starts up, the Titantron shows a pair of dice being thrown by a hand. As the dice roll, they stop at the spaces containing one spot. As we pull away from the Titantron to face the entrance walkway, two large dice are revealled. Coloured sparks shoot out of the dice as Wyld Kard walks out to the ring. Wyld Kard wears a whaite waistcoat and shades as he walks to the ring. As he enters the main ring, he removes the shades and the waistcoat and then pulls out the gold coin, tosses it into the air and the coin determines his success. Sometimes Wyld will cheat to get a result.

    Zach Davis: Here's Wyld Kard. He's facing Dehart, who is almost a foot shorter, and two hundred pounds lighter.

    Brad Aikman: I'm just getting word that this match is officially a Hardcore match.

    Zach Davis: Oh great. Welcome to the madhouse.

    Kard and Dehart stand face to chest. Wylde Kard towers above Dehart.

    Shannan Lerch: Look at this. It looks like David verses Goliath's bigger, stronger brother. This match will be interesting, no doubt.

    Wyld Kard dares Dehart to do a shoulder tackle. Dehart hits the ropes, comes back, hits Kard, and nothing. Kard just laughs it off. Dehart tries again. He hits the ropes, comes back full speed, hits Wyld Kard, and just bounces off as Kard laughs again. Once more, Dehart hits the ropes, but this time on the way back, Wyld Kard goes for a big boot. Dehart ducks, and springboards off the middle rope going back the other way, and turns around into a flying shoulder tackle, knocking Kard down!

    Zach Davis: Whoa! Dehart was ready for that one.

    Brad Aikman: I will be too, if I have to wrestle him.

    Wyld Kard stands up in a fury. The two men lock up. Wyld Kard lifts Dehart up into the air while still holding onto the grapple. Kard swings Dehart up over his head and suplexes him. Dehart hits tailbone first on the mat. Wyld Kard brings Dehart to his feet, and punches him right in the face. Dehart stumbles back, bounces off the ropes, and comes back with a jumping forearm. And then another. Wyld Kard is rocking, when Dehart hits the ropes again and comes full speed. As Dehart comes back, Wyld Kard back body drops him over the top rope to the floor! But no! Dehart turns it aorund in mid air and lands on the apron.

    Shannan Lerch: Wow! Look at that reversal!

    Brad Aikman: Amazing.

    Kard is showboating until he sees Dehart standing on the apron. Wyld Kard runs at Dehart in a clothesline. Dehart ducks and hits Kard in the gut with a shoulder. Dehart front flips over Wyld Kard back onto the ring and runs at the ropes. As he comes back, Wyld Kard again does a back body drop, but this time, Dehart hits the floor with a sick thud. Kard slides out and covers...1...2...kick out.

    Zach Davis: WK couldn't get the pin after that high impact.

    Brad Aikman: I would have been able to, because I'm the best.

    Wyld Kard picks Dehart up and whips him into the guard rail. Dehart hits and back flips over it, into the crowd. The crowd scatters, leaving the chairs all set up. Wyld Kard chases after Dehart, who is now holding one of those chairs. Wyld Kard steps closer to Dehart, and Dehart just unloads. The chair bends all the way around Wyld Kard's head, knocking him back over the railing. Dehart jumps up to the rail, and springs off in a leg drop, almost taking Kard's head off. Dehart makes his way back up the ramp and to the stage where Wyld Kard's large dice still sit. Kard is back up, and heading Dehart's way with the chair. Kard meets Dehart on the stage with a kick to the gut. Dehart doubles over, and gets whacked with the chair. Kard lifts Dehart up with one hand in a chokeslam, but, Dehart reaches up and grabs onto the bottom of the Jumbo-Tron. Dehart pulls himself up. Kard walks over to the side and climbs up also.

    Shannan Lech: Oh Jesus. They're about nine feet up.

    Brad Aikman: Maybe they'll kill each other and I won't wrestle either. Excellent.

    Dehart and Kard meet in the center with punches. Kard gets a kick to the gut, and swings Dehart up in a powerbomb...but as he does, Dehart reverses in mid air, and turns it into an X-Factor off the bottom of the Jumbo-Tron down through the big dice that shot the sparks in Wyld Kard's entrance!

    Zach Davis: Oh my GOD!


    Dehart slowly makes the pin...1...2...


    Shannan Lerch: Holy shit!

    Zach Davis: You can't say that! But yes...holy shit!

    Brad Aikman: I concur.

    Dehart looks amazed. He pulls Kard up to his feet, and walks him down to the ring. Dehart slides Kard in, but amazingly, Kard pulls through and kicks Dehart in the gut again. Kard, not learning from mistakes, swings Dehart up into a powerbomb. But this time, Kard runs at the ropes, and throws Dehart over them through the Spanish Announce Table!

    Zach Davis: No...


    Kard slides outside the ring and pins Dehart.




    Shannan Lerch: What the hell do these two have to do?!

    Brad Aikman: I'd have beaten one of them by now if I was in there.

    Kard is pissed beyond belief. The monster picks Dehart up, and tosses him into the ring. Wyld Kard looks under the ring and pulls out a ladder. He places it on the apron and gets baseball slide kicked in the face. Dehart takes the ladder, and sets it up on the apron and guard rail, making a bridge. Dehart slides into the ring and awaits Kard. As Kard slides in, Dehart hits a front flip leg drop. Dehart positions Kard on the middle rope, sitting on the top turnbuckle. Dehart climbs the turnbuckles in the ring, and hooks Kard in a neckbreaker.

    Shannan Lerch: No way he's going to...

    Zach Davis: I think he is...

    Dehart back flips over Kard's head, but holds onto the neckbreaker. On the way back, Dehart hooks on a DDT, and hits it off the middle rope, to the floor, through the ladder.


    Brad Aikman: This crowd is full of pottymouths.

    Dehart makes the pin...




    Zach Davis: Impressive outing for these two. Dehart advances in the US Title Contendership Tournament.

    Shannan Lerch: I hope I never have to watch Dehart in a Hardcore Match again.

    Brad Aikman: Once I'm done with him, you won't have to watch him in a match again, period.

  • US Contendership Tourney: Defman vs Outcast
  • The arena goes black, a light neon blue shines at the top of the ramp, the light grows into a series of explosions, and the lights come back on. Defman is seen at the top of the ramp, murmering to himself... He starts walking down to the ring, head down... He jumps onto the apron, and steps over the ropes

    '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.

    Zach Davis: These are two of the best powerhouses in WCF, Brad. What do you think about them?

    Brad Aikman: They may have power, but they don't have wrestling ability. I do. That's why I can beat them.

    Defman and Outcast circle each other, and tie up. Defman gets the slight advantage, and pushes Outcast into the ropes. He punches him, and Outcast replies with a punch of his own. Defman throws another fist but Outcast ducks and throws Defman into the turnbuckle. He then climbs up and starts punching as the crowd counts along.

    Crowd: 1! 2! 3! 4! 5! 6! 7! 8! 9! 10!

    After the 10th, Defman grabs Outcast and steps foreward, executing an Atomic Drop. Defman runs to the ropes and then hits a Leg Drop.

    Shannan Lerch: Brad, you've faced Defman in the ring before, and took his Title from him. Don't you think he's awfully pissed at you?

    Brad Aikman: I'd imagine he would be, and that's only going to cause him to make mistakes if he ends up facing me.

    Defman climbs the ropes and points at Aikman before hitting a Missile Dropkick on Outcast as he stands up.

    Brad Aikman: Oh yeah, he's pissed alright. Come get me, loser.

    Defman pins Outcast. 1.. 2.. No. Outcast kicks out. Defman picks him up and switches behind, and attempts a German Suplex, but Outcast uses his size to block it. Outcast kicks Defman a few times and then Bodyslams him. Outcast drops a few elbows and then pins him. One... two... No! Defman kicks out too. Outcast goes to hit a Leg Drop of his own, but Defman rolls away. Outcast runs at Defman but Defman hits the Stop and Drop!

    Zach Davis: Painful move.

    Brad Aikman: Almost as painful as mine.

    Shannan Lerch: Showoff... I like that in a man.

    Defman jumps to the top rope and hits the Big Reverse Elbow...but Outcast moves out of the way! Defman stands up, and Outcast whips him to the ropes and hits the Sick Twist. Outcast then quickly pins. One.. two.. three.

    Zach Davis: Outcast advances!

    Brad Aikman: I expected no less. Defman isn't that good.

    Outcast rolls out of the ring, victorious. He yells to Aikman, "I'll see you soon!" before exitting.

  • Logan Tributes...
  • The scene opens up backstage in a hall way outside of Logan's locker room, Logan stands next to Joe Smith looking down and, wearing all black and a "Johnny Cash" t-shirt.

    Joe Smith: Well, Logan.. it seems you were a fan of Johnny Cash.

    Logan turns his sympathetic face to the camera.

    Logan: Yeah, it's no doubt a sad week in the music industry. That man was infact the only living legend in my eyes, he did it all. He was old school country as you could get, and that man redefined Rock N Roll.. hell, he redefined music itself.

    Logan swallows hard.

    Logan: I've been listening to him all my life and that lonesome prison blues changed me.

    Logan looks up smiling a bit as he begins clapping his hands to a tune.

    Logan: Love, is a burning thing. And, it makes.. a firey ring.

    Logan looks over at Joe Smith.

    Joe Smith: Down, the wild desires.

    Logan and Joe Smith then both speak into the microphone.

    Logan and Joe Smith: I fell into the burning ring of fire. Went, down, down, down, and the flames went higher. It burns, burns, burns.. the ring of fire.. the ring of fire.

    Logan and Joe Smith soon get interrupted by the chuckling appearance of Seth Lerch, and Wreck.

    Seth Lerch: The burning ring of crap! What the hell are yall doing singing that crappy music?

    Logan's expression soon turns to serious as he glares at Seth Lerch walking towards him.

    Seth Lerch: Lay a finger on me and I'll fire you boy! I own you, I own WCF damnit, I own.. I own a lot of things. Okay ?!

    Logan stops in his tracks.

    Wreck: I'll see you in the ring Logan.

    Seth Lerch and Wreck walk past Logan, Wreck bumps into Logan's shoulder as he walks off. Logan looks down at his shoulder then looks up glaring in the direction of Wreck, and Seth Lerch as we go back to ringside.

  • US Contendership Tourney: Logan vs Wreck
  • "Not Falling" by Mudvayne blasts out over the PA system. Logan slowly passes his way through the curtains letting them slide off his body and fall behind him. Logan's body is drenched in water causing drops of water to fall of him as he moves down the ramp. Every now and then Logan yells at the booing crowd before rolling inside the ring. Once inside the ring Logan paces around until his music cuts.

    Zach Davis: So, Brad, what do you think of Logan?

    Brad Aikman: I know, I know, he's the first US Champion ever, and all that. But that doesn't impress me in the least. I have a lot of respect for him, but I'm not too worried.

    "Dragula" by Rob Zombie hits the speakers as a strobe light goes on. Wreck runs out to the ring and gets in his corner.

    Brad Aikman: And as for Wreck, I'm scared to wrestle him.

    Zach Davis: Really? You seemed so confident before.

    Brad Aikman: Yeah, because he's a lunatic! He'll probably start humping my leg or something!

    Shannan Lerch: Sorry to interrupt but we're in the present right now, guys. These two former friends are going to go at it right now!

    Wreck takes the initiative and starts pounding on an unsuspecting Logan. Logan is soon able to fight back, and whips Wreck to the ropes. He follows up with a Spin Kick, followed by a quick elbow drop and pin. One, two, no. Wreck kicks out. Logan picks Wreck up and quickly hits a Snap Suplex, and then gets up and starts kicking at Wreck mercilessly.

    Zach Davis: I haven't seen Logan so focused in a long time.

    Logan shouts "SHUT!" followed by "UP!" with every kick he delivers. Wreck rolls out of the ring to catch his breath. Logan rolls out as well, but he is met with a Clothesline from Wreck, sending him down to the mat. Wreck picks him up, kicks him in the gut, and hits a Tiger Suplex on the cement!

    Brad Aikman: Haha, that must have hurt.

    Zach Davis: That same move may be happening to you soon enough, Brad.

    Brad Aikman: That's why I'm scouting all the matches tonight!

    Wreck picks Logan up and rolls him into the ring, and then gets in himself. He pins, hooking the leg. One.. two... three? No, Logan gets his leg on the rope right before the three count. Wreck picks Logan up again and goes for a DDT, but Logan blocks it and hits an Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex. Both men rest on the mat for a bit, but Logan is up first. He waits for Wreck to stand up, and hits a Running Jumping Clothesline. He then applies the LoganShooter.

    Zach Davis: *Sigh*. I miss Bret Hart.

    Wreck screams and screams, but it only causes Logan to lock the move in more. He is eventually able to crawl over far enough to the ropes, and Logan is forced to let go. He picks Wreck up but Wreck switches behind him and hits a Bulldog. Wreck pins. One.. Two.. No! Logan kicks out.

    Brad Aikman: I think Wreck has used most of the moves in his arsenal now. He has less moves than Kevin Nash or Hulk Hogan, geez.

    Zach Davis: Shhh, the ownership isn't happy when you mention other companies on air.

    Brad Aikman: You said you missed Bret Hart!

    Zach Davis: ...Shut up.

    Shannan Lerch: No reason to steal Logan's catchphrases. But I wish you two would stop arguing.

    A desperate Wreck picks Logan up and whips him to the turnbuckle, but Logan slingshots himself from the turnbuckle to behind Wreck. As Wreck turns around he's hit with the Impact Style! The crowd erupts. Logan then pins, and the crowd counts along...




    Zach Davis: Well, Brad, there's another victor for you.

    Brad Aikman: Not bad, not bad at all.

    Logan raises his arms in the air, and rolls out of the ring and heads to the back.

    Brad Aikman: That's all for the US Title Tournament tonight, so I think I'll be headed back. See you guys later.

    Aikman takes off his headset and walks to the back as well.

  • World Title Match: Steve Carr vs Gravedigger
  • The lights turn off. Edgecrusher starts and red strobes flash. Steve Carr steps out and the lights stop flashing. They become red spotlights which follow him up to the ring while he pretends to give high-fives to the fans and then pulls away. He climbs up the stairs and steps over the ropes.

    "Change" by Deftones plays as the lights go out. After a few seconds spotlights hit the ramp as Gravedigger emerges from the back accompanied by his manager, Dobbie. The two walk down to the ring absorbing the jeers of the crowd in attendance. Dobbie walks up the ring steps before Gravedigger and holds the ropes open for Gravedigger who steps through. The two men pose on opposite turnbuckles for a few seconds. The arena lights slowly come all the way back on.

    Zach Davis: This should be good.

    GD and Carr circle each other for a little while, throwing test jabs and evil looks at each other. They look up, neither getting a clear advantage. Suddenly GD leans back and throws Carr halfway across the ring. Carr looks up in shock and slowly gets to his feet.

    Shannan Lerch: And this match has gotten off to an incredible start. These two men hate each other. They have such a history that it’s incredible.

    Zach Davis: I’m not sure that they hate each other at all.

    Shannan Lerch: I think I know what I’m talking about. More interesting. If I say they hate each other, they hate each other.

    Zach Davis: But, I think…

    Shannan Lerch: THEY HATE EACH OTHER.

    Zach Davis: Whatever.

    Carr and GD lock up again, and again Carr goes rolling. GD starts taunting him, showing his muscles. One more time Carr and GD lock up…

    Zach Davis: This again? Hasn’t Carr figured out what’s going to happen?

    Shannan Lerch: Hush, this is EXCELLENT ring psychology.

    Zach Davis: Grapple, get tossed across the ring, grapple, get tossed across the ring. Fugging brilliant.

    This time, however, Carr pokes GD in the eyes. GD stumbles away, and Carr grabs him for a back drop. As he’s down, Carr drops the elbow and goes for the pin.

    1, kick out.

    Zach Davis: He honestly didn’t believe he’d win that way, did he?

    Shannan Lerch: He’s the boss, he can win anyway he wants.

    Zach Davis: Suck up.

    Shannan Lerch: Eat me.

    Zach Davis: MMM.

    Shannan Lerch: You’re disgusting.

    Carr picks Gd up and signals for a powerbomb. Tossing him between his legs, Carr gives the thumbs up to the audience, only to have GD stand up and toss him over his shoulder. Carr gets up and GD goes for a clothesline, only to have Carr duck and GD sails over the top rope to the floor.

    Shannan Lerch: Carr with his masterful strategy has gotten GD out of the ring,

    Zach Davis: Can you say desperation?

    Shannan Lerch: You wouldn’t know talent if it went up your ass.

    Zach Davis: I bet you would. From what I’ve heard, all the talent here has been up your ass.

    Shannan Lerch: I hate you.

    Zach Davis: Good.

    GD staggers to his feet, only for Carr to leap over the ropes and catch him with a cross body. He holds waiting for the ref to pin.When no pin comes, he grabs a mic.

    Steve Carr: As GM of WCF, I am now making this match a Falls Count Anywhere Match. Get out here and count ref.

    Shannan Lerch: What a BRILLIANT move.

    Zach Davis: Though it’s cheap, I have to agree. He’s using his power to change the rules of the match to fit him. We may be looking at a new world champ here.

    Carr picks GD up and delivers the Ultimate Stunner. Again he goes for the pinfall.



    The stage explodes and every eye in the arena goes to it. The ref, in complete shock falls back, and Carr furious gets to his feet, yelling about the interference. As he complains, Dogg steps to the stage, the opening chords to his music blaring through the arena.

    “It is dark and hell is hot.”

    Shannan Lerch: My God, Madd Dogg is here.

    Zach Davis: He wasn’t listed on the card. I assumed he’d be taking the entire week off. Business has just picked up.

    The fans go crazy as Dogg makes his way down the ramp. He stops to glare at Carr, then, ignoring him, he continues to the announcers table. Dropping into a chair, he puts on the headset.

    Shannan Lerch: My God, Madd Dogg, what are you doing down here.

    Madd Dogg: I’m giving the fans what they came to see. The Hardcore champion. And I’m giving the people at home some commentary.

    Zach Davis: Help is always appreciated…

    Madd Dogg: Help, nothing. You two suck. Arguing over whether these two hate each other. To steal from Logan, “They do, they don’t, you know, you don’t, you care, I don’t. SHUT UP!” You’re playing who’s got the best insult, pretending you hate each other when deep down, you just wanna screw.

    Zach Davis: What the fuc..

    Shannan Lerch: I’m speechless.

    Madd Dogg: Good. Now I’ve really given the audience what they want.

    Zach Davis: What do you think about…

    Madd Dogg: We’ve got a match to call. Oh, lookie here. Stevio is coming to bitch at me. Sup Steve?

    Steve Carr: You son of a bitch. Coming out here and interrupting my match. How dare you?

    Madd Dogg: Look behind you.

    Steve Carr: What?

    GD comes up from behind and bounces Carr’s head off the ring post. Mounting him while he's down, he begins punching him left and right.

    Madd Dogg: Now, that's how to get it done, take the guy down and kick him while he's down.

    Shannan Lerch: Some people would say that's not very sportman like.

    Madd Dogg: Those people don't matter.

    Zach Davis: So, Dogg, it's been said you hate Gravedigger and Mike D for beating you...

    Madd Dogg: First off, I don't hate them. They have as close to my respect as they're going to get. They took away my title, which is rare. Second, they didn't beat ME, they beat Bishop and Priest. Now, THEM I hate. I'd still have my titles if it wasn't for them. OH. GD picks Steve daddy up for a reverse brainbuster. Damn, right on the concrete.

    GD grabs Carr and DDTs him on the steel barrier. Carr stumbles back, bloody. GD whips him into the steel stairs, and when he staggers forward again, GD is there to meet him with a devastating clothesline. GD pulls Carr's near lifeless body up and signals for the end. Before he can hit the grave marker however, Carr responds with a low blow. The ref doesn't see it, and Carr is again on the offensive, punching him right and left.

    Shannan Lerch: Carr is showing why he is the owner. These brilliant displays...

    Madd Dogg: Could your head be any farther up his ass? I'm just wondering.

    Shannan Lerch: WHAT?

    Madd Dogg: Carr is this... Carr is that... I wanna have Carr's baby.

    Shannan Lerch: Why how dare you? I would never...

    Madd Dogg: Shut up, I didn't ask for your opinion.

    Zach Davis: Haha, OWNED.

    Madd Dogg: You shut up too. It looks like Carr is going for a tornado DDT, one of my favorite moves, right onto the stairs. He's spinning. Nope, GD has caught him and is running his back right into the unforgiving stell ring post. Once, twice

    Zach Davis: Three times a lady.

    Madd Dogg: Something you know too much about Zach.

    Shannan Lerch: Ha. Now you're owned.

    Madd Dogg: And something you know absolutely NOTHING about.

    Zach Davis: We both got dissed.

    Madd Dogg: You can get dismissed too. I can do this without either of you. GD's owning this little weasle. Spinebuster on the concrete. 1, 2, wow, I didn't think Carr had it in him to kick out of that.

    GD picks Carr up and piledrives him on the stairs. Blood begins pouring out of Carr. He rolls him into the ring and places him on the top turnbuckle.

    Zach Davis: Carr's got a river of blood flowing out of he...

    Madd Dogg: That was actually witty, I'm impressed.

    Zach Davis: Thanks.

    Madd Dogg: But I still don't like you.

    Shannan Lerch: Me neither.

    Madd Dogg: Shut up. God cries when you talk. GD is going for the superplex. If he hits this, Carr is done. Dear Lord, he hit it. It's over.

    Zach Davis: 1, 2, thre.. Carr JUST kicked out before that third slap.

    Shannan Lerch: Gravdigger just can't believe it.

    Madd Dogg: He's not the only one. I thought Stevewiser was done for sure.

    GD gets him up and whips Carr to the ropes. Using his last ounce of strength, Carr grabs the ropes. As GD charges him, Carr delivers a devistating spear that takes the air out of both men.

    Zach Davis: He's got to cover to make it count. There it is, he's rolled over. 1, 2, not quite.

    Shannan Lerch: These two men are giving everything they've got. That's how much the world title means.

    Madd Dogg: ANY title. A true champion will hold onto his belt like there's no tommorrow.

    Zach Davis: Speaking of titles, there's a rumor you want a rematch.

    Madd Dogg: Of course I want a rematch, stupid shit. What champion doesn't. No, I'd prefer to see it around his waist.

    Shannan Lerch: And what about the US title?

    Madd Dogg: US, International, Tag, and World. I'll hold all of them. GD will watch me rise to power in spite of his efforts, and become the only champion who matters.

    Zach Davis: Well, the ref is to 7 and Carr is stirring. That spear took them both out for awhile. Carr is probably wondering what it takes to keep this man down.

    Madd Dogg: He is one of the toughest competitors I've ever faced. And that's saying something.

    Shannan Lerch: He'd have to be to take your title.

    Madd Dogg: Please. Burnout and a paper bag could've won my title. Burn Out keeps me busy for 5 seconds while the paper bag owns Bishop and Priest. A sure fire winner. I didn't have a chance.

    Shannan Lerch: Still no respect for Bishop and Priest?

    Madd Dogg: No respect for anyone. EVER. I'm not here to make friends. Carr has retreated to the outside of the ring. GD is up and following him. After the beating he's giving Carr, I know Carr wants no part of it. He's got a chair, but GD doesn't see it. He's running full force. And chair shot to the head. The ref is calling for the bell.

    Steve Carr: Wait, wait, wait. As GM I'm now reversing the ref's decision. This is now a No Holds Barred, NO DQ match. Restart it.

    Madd Dogg: No holds barred? NO DQ? What a jamoke. Same damn thing. What a wind bag. But I've been waiting for this.

    Zach Davis: You've gotta believe GD's chances of winning are non existant. Carr just keeps changing the rules. GD is done.

    Carr drags GD to the announcers table. He pulls of the cover.

    Madd Dogg: Here, let me help you with that.

    Zach Davis: Dogg is taking all our monitors off, helping Carr. I think he wants to see GD go through this table.

    Shannan Lerch: You think?

    Carr lifts GD up and hits the Ultimate Stunner, putting him through the table.

    Zach Davis: It's over.




    Madd Dogg: Good God, somehow he kicked out. I'm truely impressed.

    Shannan Lerch: After this beating, GD doesn't have a chance. He's just prolonging the inevitable. Carr is our next world champ.

    Zach Davis: What the hell? Bishop and Priest are running down. Carr tosses GD into the ring and the three men are beating the hell out of him.

    Madd Dogg: If you'll excuse me. I've been looking forward to this all week.

    Shannan Lerch: Dogg is on Carr's side! GD's reign is over.

    Dogg slides into the ring where the three have been beating the hell out of GD. They lift him up for Dogg, who delivers a stunner. They all grin and Dogg motions for them to lift him up again.

    Zach Davis: This was a damn set up. GD got screwed. Dogg and Carr on the same side? We're all doomed.

    Shannan Lerch: That stunner just put the title back where it belonged. Dogg is a true hero.

    Dogg sizes up GD again, but this time stuns Priest instead. Priest collapses and rolls out of the ring. Dogg begins brawling with Bishop and whips him to the ropes, delivering a massive one legged spinebuster on his return. He locks Bishop in the Trampling Clutch.

    Zach Davis: No, Dogg just took out Priest and Bishop.

    Shannan Lerch: No, what is he doing?

    Zach Davis: Probably paying them back for losing him his titles. Carr is getting in his face, but should be paying attention to GD.

    Shannan Lerch: No, GD just hit Carr with a baseball bat. That's illegal!

    Zach Davis: Sorry, hun. Carr made everything legal. He screwed himself.

    Dogg taunts GD telling him to teach Carr the lesson. GD first hits the Grave Marker, then follows it up with the Death Driver. The ref counts the pin fall. 1, 2, 3.

    Zach Davis: GD has won and retained the title.

    GD grabs his belt and rolls out of the ring. He looks back at Dogg in disbelief. Dogg motions that he'll be getting his belt back.

    Shannan Lerch: Carr is up. And he's not happy.

    Carr slaps Dogg. There is a moment where nothing happens, then Dogg explodes. He lands the Dogg Pound and then begins hammering away at Carr. He locks him in the Sharpshooter.

    Zach Davis: I don't think Dogg had anything against Carr, but hell has certainly broken loose now. I can't wait til next week.

    The show goes off the air with Carr locked in the sharpshooter.