The lights go out and "You Wouldn't Know" by Hellyeah plays. Red spotlights shine on the entrance as Steve Carr walks out and raises his arms. The spotlights follow him as he walks down to the ring giving high-fives to the fans. He climbs up the stairs, steps over the ropes and the house lights come back on.

The word's "My Name Is Lawnmower Jones and I Love to Mow!" are heard over the PA system, followed by Scottish bagpipes. LJ walks out from backstage alone with a mean and nasty look on his face. He does not touch the fans and quickly goes to the ring. Once inside, LJ waits for his opponent.

Zach Davis: "This is a an interesting scenario for Lawnmower Jones. This is the second week in a row that he's been matched up against a much larger opponent, and both of those opponents have been noted NCW alumni. First it was Outcast last week, and Jones prevailed in a hellacious match. Now the stakes are even higher as Jones goes one on one against one of the most acclaimed technicians in the world, "The Ultimate" Steve Carr!"

Shannan Lerch: "I talked to Jones about that very issue before the show tonight, Zach. Jones tells me that he learned from last week's match against Outcast, and this week he's been hitting the pubs twice as hard. You have to admire that kind of selfless dedication to one's craft. Truly remarkable."

Luscious Jackson: "That reminds me, I hit the strip clubs pretty hard this week. You looked real good up on that stage, Shannan. You really know how to work the pole. I guess that must be from of all your selfless dedication to handling hard, phallic-shaped objects."

Zach Davis: "Oooh snap, dawg, snap!"

Zach and Luscious bump fists as Shannan rolls her eyes. Meanwhile in the ring, Jones staggers Carr with a stiff running forearm shot to open the match. Jones bulls Carr into the corner and unleashes a flurry of jabs and uppercuts. Carr tries to cover himself up, but Jones is relentless in his assault. Jones finally lets up but only to drop Carr with a belly to belly suplex. Carr rolls out to the floor to try to escape the aggressive onslaught of Jones. Jones follows Carr outside and tries to sneak up on him, but Carr stuns Jones with a rear kick to the gut. Carr sends Jones into the guardrail and hits a pair of sledgehammer blows to the back before rolling Jones into the ring. Carr sends Jones into the ropes. Jones ducks a big boot, shoots off the ropes and hits a flying shoulder tackle that drops Carr to one knee. Jones shoots off the ropes and hits a running kneelift, then another to drop Carr to the mat. Jones makes the cover and gets a two count.

Zach Davis: "We're seeing a lot of aggression early from Lawnmower Jones. He doesn't want to give Carr any chance to use his vast technical arsenal."

Shannan Lerch: "Plus he doesn't want to get his ass kicked by a seven foot tall dude with a bad attitude and a hunger for championship glory."

Jones sends Carr into the ropes and catches him with a powerslam. Jones hits a side suplex then locks Carr in the crossface. Jones cranks back as Carr struggles to escape. Carr absorbs a lot of punishment for several moments, but refuses to quit. After a few more moments, Carr manages to battle to his knees, then to his feet, but Jones continues to keep the crossface locked in. Carr lifts Jones up and hits a belly to back suplex, finally breaking the hold. Unfortunately for Carr, he used most of his energy to break out of the crossface, thus Jones is able to get to his feet first. Jones stomps at Carr, then sends him into the ropes. Carr ducks a running lariat and sends Jones reeling with a sick-looking release German suplex. Jones writhes on the mat in pain, grasping at his back. Carr stomps away at his fallen opponent, while still trying to shake the effects of the crossface. Carr uses his boot to choke Jones across the bottom rope. Carr props Jones up in the corner and punishes him with multiple shoulder blocks to the gut. Jones briefly staggers Carr with some jabs, but Carr ends the flurry with a boot to the gut. Carr hoists Jones across his shoulders. Jones grabs the top rope as a means of escape, but Carr abruptly dumps Jones down to the floor.

Zach Davis: "Nothing technical about that move from Steve Carr. It looks like Carr is fed up with Jones' scrappiness."

Shannan Lerch: "Carr wants to punish the man and win the match, he's not going for all of this extracurricular stuff."

Carr follows Jones to the outside and once again sends Jones into the guardrail. Carr hits a snap suplex on the floor before rolling Jones back into the ring. Carr stomps at Jones and hits a pair of sledgehammer blows to the neck and back. Carr measures Jones and hits a swinging neckbreaker. Carr locks Jones in a reverse chinlock and buries his knee in Jones' back. Carr grinds his knee and pulls back as hard as he can as Jones screams out in pain. Carr punishes Jones as revenge for the crossface and takes glee in Jones' bellowing. Jones refuses to quit and Carr is happy to keep piling on the pressure. After a few more moments in the hold. Jones still refuses to give it up. Carr releases the hold and drives his knee into Jones' spine. Carr sends Jones into the corner. Carr goes for a charging corner splash but Jones sidesteps and Carr smacks into the turnbuckles. Jones hits Carr with some more of those stiff jabs. Jones tries to pick Carr up for a suplex, but Carr blocks it and plants Jones with a tornado DDT. Carr scoops Jones up and hits a Northern Lights suplex into a bridging pin for a two count.

Zach Davis: "Beautiful Northern Lights from Steve Carr and he nearly wins the match. Carr is truly one of the most graceful big men in the history of wrestling."

Shannan Lerch: "I wonder if that grace transitions to other forays?"

Zach Davis: "What are you suggesting; ballet, basketball, tennis?"

Shannan Lerch: "I was thinking of something a little more... lustful and passionate."

Luscious Jackson: "That's exactly the sort of comment that I would expect from you, Shannan. Your snatch has seen more unusual activity than the Bermuda Triangle."

Carr locks Jones in a standing front chinlock in the middle of the ring. After awhile, Jones drops to one knee, then both knees, then begins to slip out of consciousness. The referee checks in with Jones. Suddenly, Jones comes back to life and powers to his feet. Jones kicks Carr in the gut and plants him with a snap belly to belly suplex in the middle of the ring. Both men are down. Carr eventually climbs to his feet first, as Jones is still recovering from the hold. Carr hits another sledgehammer blow to the back. Jones tries to battle with kicks and punches, but Carr counters with an elbow to the face. Jones staggers back to the ropes. Carr measures Jones and hits a running lariat that carries both men over the top rope. Jones crashes to the floor outside the ring while Carr lands on his feet. Carr sets Jones up and hits a Tiger driver outside the ring. Carr rolls Jones into the ring and makes the cover for a two count.

Zach Davis: "Carr has really done a number on Jones outside the ring, as well as inside."

Shannan Lerch: "You have to wonder if Jones has reached the logical conclusion of his latest WCF journey. He seems overmatched by his much larger and exceedingly more intelligent opponent."


Luscious Jackson: "Never discount the drunken Scotsman. As long as his heart keeps beating, Jones will keep fighting."


Carr sends Jones into the ropes and hits a kick to the gut. Carr measures Jones and goes for another swinging neckbreaker, but this time Jones rolls through into a spike DDT. Both men are down. Jones slowly gets to his feet first. Jones measures Carr and hits an ultra stiff running soccer kick to the head. Jones measures Carr again and hits another running soccer kick this time even harder. Jones sets Carr up and hits a high impact brainbuster in the middle of the ring. A scowl comes across Jones' face as he yanks down the straps of his overalls. Jones waits for Carr to get to his feet, then lifts Carr up for a military press slam. Jones presses Carr into the air three times before dumping him to the mat. Jones circles his fallen opponent like a shark circling its prey. Jones waits for Carr to get to his feet, then tries for the Jonesmission. Carr alertly senses the move and uses his massive frame to force Jones backward into the corner, crushing him with an avalanche.

Zach Davis: "Ooh, Jones might have been able to finish Carr if he could've locked in the Jonesmission, but Carr was looking for it."

Shannan Lerch: "That's an example of why the intelligence of a wrestler is so much more important than that so-called heart nonsense."


Luscious Jackson: "Oh so you don't like heart, Shannan? Heart is that thing that beats in your chest behind that forty-seven pounds of plastic you call tits."

Carr picks Jones up for a powerbomb, Jones battles and counters into a sunset flip, then rolls out into a modified half Boston crab. Carr uses his free leg to flip over and kick Jones in the head to break the hold. Both men are on their feet. Jones hits Carr with a shoulder tackle, but Carr doesn't budge. Jones tries again and this time knocks Carr down. Jones hits Carr with a rolling Russian legsweep. Jones goes for the Rev The Engine, but Carr slips behind Jones. Carr goes for the Ultimate Stunner, but Jones shoves Carr into the corner. The force of Carr's impact with the turnbuckles causes him to stammer backwards into Jones, knocking both men down in an awkward sequence. Jones slips his arm on Carr's chest for the cover for a two count. Both men are slow to their feet. Carr tries for a running lariat but Jones ducks and bodydrops Carr down to the floor. Jones shoots off the far ropes and hits a suicide dive through the ropes onto Carr.

Zach Davis: "What a move by Lawnmower Jones! He hit Carr dead on with that suicide dive! I don't know if I ever remember seeing Jones use that move before?"


Shannan Lerch: "I think Jones got tired of Carr using the outside to his advantage, and now he's turned the tables. It's kind of like when Luscious kept stealing my brownies from the fridge in the faculty room, so I took some rat droppings from the kitchen and put them on a plate."


Luscious Jones: "That was very wrong of you, Shannan... very wrong!"

Jones hits Carr with an implant DDT on the floor then rolls Carr back into the ring. Jones makes the cover. Jones again tries for the Rev the Engine but Carr once again slips out. This time Carr shoves Jones into the ropes and rolls him up from behind. Jones tries for a lariat but Carr ducks and then takes Jones down with a drop toehold. Carr quickly locks Jones in the ankle lock. Jones struggles to reach the ropes, then out of desperation flips forward with his free foot, carrying Carr forward into a victory roll for a two count. Carr grabs Jones' legs and flips forward into a bridging pin attempt for a two count. Both men are up and both men shoot off the ropes. Jones and Carr simultaneously try for clotheslines and end up knocking each other down. The referee begins counting both men out. Carr slowly crawls over and drapes him arm across Jones' chest for a two count. Both men slowly climb to their feet.

Zach Davis: "Who wants it more? It's been a back and forth match, but this is where both men have to dig deep and lay it all on the line."

Shannan Lerch: "That's true, Zach. One of these men could be moments away from advancing in the WCF Classic. The other will be relegated to a career in the fresh and exciting world of custodial duties at their local junior high school."

Luscious Jackson: "Boy, I'm glad that I'm gonna be back next week no matter what happens."

Shannan Lerch: "After the way you've treated me during this match, don't count on it, Luscious!"

Jones knocks Carr to the mat with a forearm shiver. Jones sends Carr to the ropes and hits a boot to the gut followed by a running clothesline. Jones tries to whip Carr to the corner, but Carr reverses it and follows Jones with a corner splash. Carr grabs Jones around the neck and plants him in the middle of the ring with a running bulldog. Carr waits for Jones to get up, kicks him in the gut and hits the Ultimate Stunner! Carr makes the cover.

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TWO...
THREE!!!

Zach Davis: "It's all over! Steve Carr outlasts Lawnmower Jones in a grueling match to advance in the WCF Classic!"

Shannan Lerch: "Carr was too smart and too good, but Jones gave it his all. Nothing to be ashamed of."

Luscious Jackson: "Ehh, I think my boy LJ needed some more of that malt Scotch. Damn that's good shiznit!"

The referee raises Carr's hand in the air as the crowd cheers his victorious and hard-fought effort. Carr leaves the ring and slaps hands with the fans. The lights slowly fade to black. Bells toll as the screen shows shots of a big wooden cross wrapped in barbed wire. It's a sunny day as the "happy" opening to "The Light That Blinds" by Shadows Fall plays.The crowd goes along with the sounds. "Doo-da-doo dooing" along with it. As the song gets darker and darker, the sunny day turns to night. Black clouds roll in and rain begins falling on the cross. Lightning crashes about. As the lightning crashes, white lights in the arena flash. When the song kicks up, thirty four seconds in, the entire crowd begins headbanging in unison and throwing the horns in the air as the lights come on just a tad, giving light to the dark. Standing on the stage is Creeping Death, wearing a black hoodie with the hood up, arms stretched out in a crucifix fashion, in his left hand, the WCF Hardcore Title. CD stands there for a second or thirty, until the vocals start, taking in the crowd's reaction. Then he slowly makes his way down the ramp, looking out into the audience. As he reaches the ring, he slides in under the bottom rope, and pops to his feet. CD walks over to a turnbuckle, jumps to the middle rope facing the crowd, throws the horns in the air with his right hand, and the WCF Hardcore Title up in his left as the crowd cheers. CD drops down, takes the hoodie off, hands the WCF Hardcore Title to the ref and then takes a seat on the top turnbuckle, awaiting the match to begin.

Zach Davis: Last week was obviously a very turbulent week for Creeping Death. Though he defeated former WCF World Champion JJ Biggs to advance in the WCF Classic, CD was screwed--I'm sorry I mean stripped of his own hard-earned WCF World Title by Seth Lerch and attacked by that bastard--I'm sorry I mean fine gentleman Logan. Nobody spilled more blood, sweat and tears in pursuit of that title than CD, and it's unfortunate that your brother decided to abuse his power and strip CD of the title, Shannan.

Shannan Lerch: You better bite your tongue and watch your mouth, Zach Davis, or I'll take off my belt and whip you myself. Try me, little boy, I'm not afraid. The fact is that my brother acted well within his authority as the owner of WCF. CD was out of line and deserved exactly what he got, I'm sorry to say.


Luscious Jackson: I have to say that I strongly disagree with Seth's tactics and I think that CD is deserving of much better treatment. CD was totally disrespected last week and I really believe that Seth has awoken the beast inside of CD. From what I've seen CD looks more driven than ever before.

The lights in the arena go black. "Ground" by Celtic Frost hits the speakers. A crimson red strobe light shines from the rafters, filling the arena with an eerie glow as smoke pours into the aisles. Bobby Cairo appears at the entrance ramp with his manager Bolts Quackenbush. Cairo kneels on the ground and drops his head during the refrain of "Oh God, why have you forsaken me?" Images of plague, war and famine are shown on the big screen. Bolts cackles as the fans express their derision towards he and his protege. The red strobe shifts to emerald green. Cairo stands up and slowly walks down the aisle, no emotion on his face, with Bolts following closely. Cairo reaches the ring and walks up the steps. He climbs into the ring and kneels once more during the final refrain. When the music stops, the lights come back up. Bolts gives Cairo some last minute advice, with Cairo listening intently, still no emotion on his face.

Zach Davis: Cairo looked sharp last week in his victory over archrival Skyler Striker. Now Cairo, a former World Champion in his own right, squares off against the most recent man to hold that title. This is really an interesting clash of styles. Cairo is an accomplished technician while Creeping Death will use anything in the book, including sacrificing his own body, to win the match. Interestingly, I cannot recall these two men ever facing each other before.

Shannan Lerch: My records indicate that this is indeed the first ever matchup between Creeping Death and Bobby Cairo. Pretty hard to believe, but these two have somehow avoided facing each other, and now they meet in a crucial match in the WCF Classic. The winner moves one step closer to regaining the most prestigious title in all of wrestling, the loser will be laughed at and mocked until my throat gets sore.

Luscious Jackson: Does your throat ever get sore from sucking on all those--


Zach Davis: Speaking of turbulent weeks, Cairo had a pretty interesting week himself. First he made news for endorsing presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, then he was denounced by Huckabee for controversial statements made during his endorsement speech, then he was sued for fifteen million dollars by a pair of Wendy's employees. I guess Cairo must be in a competition with his girlfriend, troubled British jazz singer Amy Winehouse, to see who can generate the most negative publicity. Ahh to be young, filthy rich, mentally imbalanced and in love!


CD and Cairo go for a lockup to start the match, CD catches Cairo in the leg with a martial arts kick then points to his head. Cairo sneers at CD and rubs the feeling back into his leg. They circle the ring a bit before teasing a lockup, Cairo backs off. They tease another lockup, this time CD lays into Cairo with a succession of three stiff martial arts kicks to the ribs, knocking Cairo to the mat. CD measures Cairo and delivers another stiff kick to the head, sending Cairo down to the floor. Cairo conferences with Bolts outside the ring as CD gestures to the fans.

Zach Davis: Judging by the expression on Bolts and Cairo's faces, I don't think that they were anticipating this kind of beginning to this match.

Shannan Lerch: As we touched on moments ago, this is Cairo and CD's first meeting. I think Cairo is having trouble adjusting to CD's speed and agility in the early moments of the match.

Luscious Jackson: CD's coming at Cairo with the Bruce Lee spit. Very hard to anticipate, even harder to defend against.


Cairo slowly climbs back into the ring. CD and Cairo circle the ring and tease another lockup, CD sticks Cairo with another hard kick to the ribs. CD tries for a kick with his other leg, but Cairo counters with a dragon screw leg whip. Cairo floats over and traps CD in a reverse chinlock. CD gets to his feet and sends Cairo to the ropes. Cairo nails CD with a shoulder tackle. Cairo sends CD to the corner, then charges in. CD front flips over Cairo and rolls forward to the far corner. CD springboards off the middle rope and hits Cairo with a flying cross body for a two count. Cairo quickly gets to his feet and CD nails him with a spinning heel kick to the face.

Zach Davis: Incredible athleticism by CD. He's so dangerous, he can hurt you in so many ways and he's so fast.


Shannan Lerch: Cairo has to get him grounded and work him over gangland style. He can't outmaneuver CD, it's like the tortoise and the hare.

Luscious Jackson: Well, I don't think slow and steady is going to get it done for Cairo. He has to jump to the offensive and quickly.


CD stomps Cairo and hits a forearm shiver before sending him to the ropes. Cairo ducks a CD clothesline, then CD ducks a Cairo clothesline, and then Cairo ducks a CD roundhouse kick. Cairo gets behind CD and plants him with a bridging Tiger suplex for two. Cairo measures CD and drives an elbow into his spine. Cairo pulls CD up by his hair and drives his head repeatedly into the top turnbuckle. Cairo drops CD with a vicious-looking short-arm clothesline. Cairo makes the cover and gets a two count. Cairo pulls CD up and hits a double underhook backbreaker. Cairo makes another cover and gets another two count. Cairo measures CD and stomps him in the head. Cairo sets CD up and drills him with a snap suplex. Cairo makes another cover and gets another two.

Zach Davis: Cairo is now utilizing his wide arsenal of suplexes and power moves, keeping CD on the defensive.

Shannan Lerch: This is really what Cairo was looking to do from the beginning of the match. Slow down the pace, keep CD off his feet and wear him down.

Luscious Jackson: I think that Tiger suplex really took a lot out of CD. He hit the back of his head on the mat pretty hard.


Cairo traps CD in a grapevine leglock and works the ankle. CD pumps his fist, drawing cheers and encouragement from the fans. CD uses his free leg to push forward and grabs the ropes. Cairo is forced to break the hold. Cairo quickly measures CD and hits an ultrastiff Shining Wizard. Cairo makes the cover and gets a two count. Cairo tries to hoist CD for a suplex, but CD slips behind him. CD violently throws Cairo across the ring with a release German suplex. CD leaps onto the top rope and hits a Firebird splash for a two count. CD climbs out to the ring apron and waits for Cairo to get up. CD springboards off the top rope and tries for a hurricanrana, but Cairo counters with a sitout powerbomb for a two count.

Zach Davis: Great counter by Cairo. He was a step ahead of CD that time.

Shannan Lerch: You have to be aware of your surroundings at all times when you're in the ring with CD, and Cairo certainly prides himself on being a master of ring awareness.

Luscious Jackson: That was another big blow to the back of CD's head. He's taken a couple of those shots already. You have to be worried about a concussion if this continues.

Cairo once again repeatedly drives CD's head into the turnbuckle. Cairo stands CD up in the corner and unloads with some stiff backhand chops. Cairo sends CD to the far corner and tries to follow him in. CD gets his boot up and catches Cairo in the jaw, knocking him to the mat. CD quickly hits a split legged moonsault for a two count. CD measures Cairo and returns the favor from earlier with an ultrastiff Shining Wizard of his own. CD makes another cover and gets another two count. CD leaps to the top rope and hits a shooting star press for a two count.

Zach Davis: CD's breaking out the high risk moves, and when he hits those moves in succession the end can't be far away. This is his type of match.


Shannan Lerch: CD has Cairo reeling right now and as you said, Zach, he appears to be hitting his stride. This is bad news for Cairo and Bolts looks exasperated at ringside.

Luscious Jackson: CD absorbs so much punishment and he dishes it back tenfold. Truly a remarkable competitor.

CD hits a standing shooting star legdrop for another two count. CD leaps onto the top rope and this time goes for a swanton bomb, but Cairo rolls out of the way. Cairo seizes the opening and locks CD in the crossface chickenwing. Cairo uses as much leverage as he can to punish CD. CD absorbs the increasing pressure and presses closer to the ropes. After about forty-five seconds in the hold, and with the fans cheering him on, CD reaches out and finally manages to grab the ropes. Cairo violently throws CD into the corner and works him over with more stiff chops and a boot to the midsection. Cairo sends CD to the far corner and follows him in. CD hits Cairo with a back elbow that stuns Cairo. CD springboards onto the top rope and tries for a hurricanrana. Cairo blocks the rana, so CD grabs the ropes and shifts his weight, sending Cairo tumbling over the top rope. CD waits for Cairo to get up, then shoots off the far ropes and hits a springboard suicide plancha outside the ring. Bolts looks on with concern.

Zach Davis: Oh my good lord, CD took a huge risk but he absolutely destroyed Cairo on the floor!

Shannan Lerch: Live by the sword, die by the sword. CD's living very well right now.

Luscious Jackson: Speaking of headshots, Cairo's head hit the floor hard on that one. He could be seriously injured, guys.

The referee checks on Cairo to make sure that he's conscious and alert as CD stands over him. CD shoos the referee away, then sends Cairo into the guardrail. CD grabs a steel chair from ringside and seats Cairo in the chair next to the guardrail. CD measures Cairo and connects with a devastating Busaiku knee kick, driving Cairo's head into the guardrail. CD rolls Cairo into the ring and makes the cover. Cairo somehow manages to get his shoulder up just before the three count. CD plants Cairo with a falcon arrow and goes up top again. CD hits a double rotation moonsault for another near pinfall.

Zach Davis: Oh, so close! CD almost won this match and Cairo is really in trouble now. I don't know how he's still conscious.


Shannan Lerch: I think Cairo is running on fumes at this point. He could be doing more harm than good by kicking out.


Luscious Jackson: I've never liked Cairo, but he's taking a severe beating right now and I have wonder if the referee should intervene or maybe Bolts should throw in the towel for Cairo?

CD sets Cairo up and hits a fisherman brainbuster in the middle of the ring. CD hits a sky high leg drop for another very near fall. CD now appears frustrated by his inability to put Cairo away. CD dumps Cairo to the floor and follows him outside. CD chokes Cairo with the camera cable, then sends Cairo crashing into the steel ringsteps. CD rolls back into the ring to break the referee's count, then climbs out onto the ring apron. CD waits for Cairo to get up and then tries for an Asai moonsault, but Bolts pulls Cairo out of the way and CD hits the guardrail. Cairo slowly gets to his feet and rolls CD into the ring. Cairo makes the cover and gets a two count. Cairo takes some time to recover before locking CD in a surfboard hold. Bolts screams instructions at Cairo from ringside. Cairo pulls CD's arms back as hard as he can while driving his knee into CD's spine. CD tries to muscle out of it, but Cairo uses his leverage to keep the hold locked tight. CD keeps fighting it and musters enough strength to get to one foot, then both feet. CD tries to reverses the hold, but Cairo keeps it locked in. Cairo drives his into CD's spine, then transitions to a bridging Dragon suplex for a two count.

Zach Davis: Beautifully executed Dragon suplex and it looks like Bobby Cairo has found life once again in this match, no thanks to Bolts.


Shannan Lerch: He hung around, found an opening and then he busted in the door. That's what a champion does.

Luscious Jackson: Still, Cairo's absorbed a lot of punishment, and I think the longer this match goes the more it favors CD. At least that's how it would appear at this point.


Indeed, Cairo still appears woozy as he scoops CD up and plants him with a slam. Cairo climbs to the middle rope and drives an elbow into CD's heart. Cairo makes the cover and gets a two. Cairo sends CD to the corner and follows him in with a clothesline. Cairo plants CD with a tornado DDT. Cairo waits for CD to get up, measures him, then nails a charging reverse spike STO. Cairo makes the cover and gets a near pinfall. Cairo screams at the referee and instructs him to count faster. Cairo makes another cover and CD again gets the shoulder up. Cairo sends CD into the ropes and hits a running big boot. Cairo takes a bow for the fans, drawing a chorus of boos. Cairo has a look of frustration on his face as he stomps his fallen opponent. Cairo pulls CD up and this time tries a lifting reverse STO, but CD slips out. CD shoves Cairo into the ropes and rolls him up from behind. Cairo rolls through and hooks the cargo pants, but gets only a two. CD shoves Cairo into the ropes with his feet. Cairo impacts headfirst into the turnbuckle. CD grabs Cairo and hits a bridging German suplex for a two count.

Zach Davis: CD hits a big German suplex and almost puts this match away. We're really seeing some face-paced, back-and-forth action now.


Shannan Lerch: It's getting to that stage where it feels like it could be anybody's match, but CD is in the driver's seat right now.


Luscious Jackson: I'd like to see CD get back to the high flying tactics that have given him success in this match. He can't outwrestle Cairo from a technical standpoint, but he can certainly outmaneuver him.


Both men to their feet. Cairo tries a kick to the midsection, but CD catches his foot and hits a rolling wheel kick. CD goes for the Eulogy of the Dead, but Cairo counters into a falling neckbreaker. Cairo goes for the Egoist Downfall, but CD counters with a roll up for two. CD kicks Cairo and tries for For Whom the Bell Tolls, but Cairo counters with a back bodydrop. Cairo props CD onto the top turnbuckle and positions himself for a belly to back superplex. CD elbows Cairo in the face three times, sending him awkwardly falling to the mat. CD stands up on the tope rope and tries for the Phoenix splash, but Cairo rolls out of the way. Both men are down on the mat and in a great deal of pain. The referee is counting both men out. Cairo is up to his feet first. Cairo charges CD and hits a vicious lariat that turns CD inside out. Cairo taunts the fans and sets CD up for the Pitch Black Paralyzer, but CD slips out behind Cairo. CD spins Cairo around, kicks to the midsection and nails Cairo with For Whom the Bell Tolls! CD makes the cover.

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TWO...
THREE!!!

Zach Davis: Creeping Death picks up the victory and moves one step closer to the World Title that was stolen from him!


Shannan Lerch: Whaa, whaa, whaa! Keep crying, Zach. It's a great win for CD, congratulations to the man, but you've really got some nerve to accuse my brother of underhanded dealings.


Luscious Jackson: CD defeats a former World Champion for the second week in a row and proves yet again that he is the best that WCF has to offer. Though I think that everybody not named Lerch already knew that.

CD gets his hand raised by the ref, then makes the title gesture around his waist with his hands. The fans chant "CREE-PING DEATH!! CREE-PING DEATH!!" as CD climbs onto the turnbuckles and raises his arms in victory. Breakdown by Biohazard plays and Biohazard comes out and walks to the ring as yellow and purple lights flash.

Shannan Lerch: OH MY GOD WHAT A RIIIIDE!

Zach Davis: That was Wrestlemania 12.

Luscious Jackson: Cracka.

"Killing in the Name" by Rage Against The Machine hits the speakers as the entire arena explodes. Smoke leaks out onto the stage throughout the intro as the house lights flicker. After the intro, Danny Vice appears through a trapdoor in the floor to a huge eruption of "V" shaped pyros. He poses for a second before running full speed to the ring and sliding in. He climbs the turnbuckle and poses again for the crowd before doing a backflip off the turnbuckle and preparing for his match. Bell rings.

The two men lock up and Danny hits a picture perfect dropkick to the nose of Biohazard. Biohazard hits the mat and bounces back up into another dropkick. Biohazard is back up and goes nuts! He runs around the ring and slides in and out, much to the confusion of Danny Vice.

Luscious Jackson: What is this crazy foo' doin'?!

Biohazard comes back in and Danny whips him into the ropes. On the way back Biohazard stops and yells out "WHOA WHOA WHOA WHOA!" Danny looks up and Biohazard is like "you gonna trip me?!" Danny shakes his head and Biohazard goes to jump over as Danny rises up a bit. Biohazard stops and says "we gonna do the spot with the step over and leap frog, hiptoss, armdrag, BAH BAH BAH!"

Zach Davis: Biohazard channeling Delirious here!

The crowd bursts out laughing, and Danny Vice is frustrated, having walked into this wanting a wrestling match. Regardless, Danny stays down, Biohazard leaps over and on the way back Vice just superkicks the living hell out of Biohazard! Biohazard flies out of the ring and crawls under. Danny looks on the side of the ring to find nothing.

Shannan Lerch: This is ridonkulous, and I love it!

Biohazard emerges on the other side of the ring wearing a different colored mask.

Zach Davis: He's going to try to fool Danny by switching masks!

Luscious Jackson: Who is? The new luchador?!

Biohazard slides and tiptoes over to Danny Vice, who was watching the entire way. Biohazard waves and Danny takes that arm, brings Biohazard down and locks in the Vicelock!

Shannan Lerch: No more antics!

Sure enough, Biohazard taps out and Vice stands victorious.