Sunday Slam Intro
New Dynasty Segment
Logan/Lawnmower Jones vs The Freaks
Skyler Striker vs Kuroi
Simply Outrageous/JJ Biggs vs Devastation, Inc./Drake Kencedro
Ten Man Battle Royal: Bobby Cairo vs Jack of Blades vs Dake Ken vs Shaun Sexton vs Creeping Death vs Beyond vs J-X vs Ace vs Nate Nytro vs Ripper

WCF Sunday Slam Intro

Glasgow Megasnake by Mogwai plays over the speakers, and another edition of Sunday Slam is on the air! We give the crowd their usual airtime, with them screaming and yelling and going crazy, before going down to Zach and Shannan.

Zach Davis: Welcome fans to Sunday Slam. I'm Zach Davis, here with Shannan Lerch, and we have a hell of a night tonight.

Shannan Lerch: That's right Zach! A TEN MAN battle royal! All the guys in the ring at the same time, and the winner MIGHT get a World Title shot!

Zach Davis: The key word is might. They'll be taking Torture's place against Logan at the PPV, IF Torture doesn't show up. If he does, well... to be honest, I don't know.

Shannan Lerch: I think the REAL story, though, isn't stupid old Torture. It is the Team of Treachery, reformed last week. And what a dominant group! Logan. Lawnmower Jones. Jack of Blades. Ace. JJ Biggs. Shaun Sexton. Beyond. Everyone, quite frankly, belt or not, is a champion. It is a superstar group.

Zach Davis: We also saw the formation of a New Dynasty, Shannan. Torture, maybe. Creeping Death. Nate Nytro. Dake Ken. Twister. J-X. They seem just as formidable as the T.o.T., I'd say.

Shannan Lerch: Yeah right. Torture is a has-been, and the rest are never-weres.

Zach Davis: I guess we'll see about that tonight! In this battle royal, four guys are T.o.T., and four are New Dynasty! We have Jack of Blades, Sexton, Beyond, and Ace representing the Team of Treachery, and Dake Ken, Creeping Death, J-X and Nate Nytro representing the New Dynasty.

Shannan Lerch: And there are two wildcards, even. Former Champion, Bobby Cairo, and leader of the Tag Team Champions, Ripper.

Zach Davis: We even have three other matches on the card! JJ Biggs is teaming with the rest of the Tag Champs, Burn Out and Road Rage, against Devastation, Inc. and Drake Kencedro.

Shannan Lerch: An interesting match. I can't imagine Biggs and Simply Outrageous getting along, and it seems like Kencedro and Devastation, Inc. have problems too. I don't know. I guess we'll see.

Zach Davis: We have two newcomers, Skyler Striker and Kuroi, going up against each other. Not much to say. Just a wrestling match to see who the better man is.

Shannan Lerch: And in our opening match, two members of the Team of Treachery.. aw hell, they aren't just two members, they're Logan and Lawnmower Jones... they're up against The Freaks.

Zach Davis: But first, the New Dynasty!

New Dynasty Segment

The lights in the WCF Arena dim as "Panic Attack" by Dream Theater hits. The crowd explodes. Dake Ken and Creeping Death walk out from the backstage area, in street clothes. Dake is wearing "faded" jeans and a shirt that has been "fashionably" ripped, and CD is wearing the black pants with a Dimebag Darrel tribute shirt, and his hardcore title draped across his shoulder. They walk down to the ring, not paying attention to any fan's pleas for a slap of the hand or any acknowledgment, looking like they have something to say. Dake uses the steps and CD simply slides in. CD calls for a microphone, and a ring tech tosses him one. CD catches the mic and hands if off to Dake Ken.

Dake Ken: So, I'm sure you all are really wondering what the hell is going on here. Right? You all ... you know who I'm talking to ... you all know what's going on, but the others. No one really gets it. So that's why we're here. We're going to make it very obvious why The New Dynasty is here right now. So, here we are to tell the truth. Well, it's pretty well known that backstage there was a group that really ran things. A group of vets from WCF. ... Well, to no surprise, this group, is ... The New Dynasty.

Dake lowers the mic as the crowd's roar overtakes his words. Creeping Death walks around the ring slowly and looks out at the fans. He nods to them all.

Dake Ken: Things ran pretty smooth under us, we called the shots, we did what we wanted, everything well, everything was perfect ... of course something bad happened. Logan ... came into power. The new owner of the WCF. So what does he do first. Well first off he finds a way to limit myself from anything WCF related. You all know that after I went down with my injury that I was on my way back. Well, why do you think I never made a TV apperance when I was ready? Obviously, Logan. Trying to hide from me, and run from me, like he is still doing. This isn't the only thing though. Everything started to become one big heaping pile of bullshit.

The crowd roars at the statement. Dake hands off to Creeping Death which only makes the crowd get even louder.

Creeping Death: Ever since Logan took over, he stuck Torture, Nate, and I in shitty hotel after shitty hotel. I swear we were sleeping on army cots for months on end. And the only reason he did this was because he knew he could. We weren't powerful enough to take over one of the most decorated wrestlers in WCF history, who was also running the show. When I was sent to Japan for the JWCF show, going against their World Champion, I was stuck in the very last row of coach on the flight. The cheap seats. Logan wouldn't even dish out the money to have his US WCF representative fly in any kind of comfort on his way to Japan.

Creeping Death lowers the mic to regain his composure.

Creeping Death: How many title matches did I get after Logan was in charge? I was probably the number one contender each and every month. Not a SINGLE shot. I had to basically steal this Hardcore Title. And once I took the belt, it wasn't like I wouldn't defend it like Carr seems to believe. I'd defend against all comers, right in a row if I could. It was Logan's shitty booking that kept me from making this Title the number one belt in this company, like I said I would. It's apparent that our new owner isn't even fit to fill Logan's shoes, shoes which are probably the worst in WCF history to begin with. The guy rolls in here, accepts the offer to take the ownership job, and doesn't even know the business? It is not my job to find contenders for my title. It IS my job to beat the hell out of whoever is in line for a shot. Nobody even asked me if I could grant them a shot. Either the owner decides, or the title is put up in a personal vendetta. I have no problem whatsoever with defending this title week in and week out. The guy complains about a lack of defenses, yet throws me into a ten man battle royal? This psychopathic style, as you put it, is going to turn the Hardcore Title I now hold into a REAL hardcore title, more than just some cheap chair shots and some bullshit tables. Much much more. You obviously have no idea what this place needs and it seems like we've gone from bad to worse when it comes to WCF television. Hell Carr, if you really wanted, go sign Mr. Superman Hellz Angel and put him in my path. I could give a shit. It's all just another way the "man" or ... the "men" are trying to hold us down for no good reason.

Creeping Death has to pause for the crowd. Dake now nods to all the fans and points a finger out to the crowd, and then one back to his head, and taps his temple.

Creeping Death: The only title shot I got was against my man Torture, and was only set up to try to break us apart. We were gaining strength, and Logan knew it. He had to do something to try and get us to be at each others throats.

Creeping Death shakes his head, with a look of disgust on his face. He hands the mic over to Dake who is still pointing at the crowd and the tapping his head.

Dake Ken: However now Logan isn't in power anymore. He has nothing. Well, he does have something. He has the fools that he gave unearned TV time to. TV time that was supposed to belong to us. Creeps mentioned the shitty booking. Who got those title shots, who got to air time. Not anyone that earned it over the years. It was all the new blood, all of Logan's investments. The only reason they're in the ToT is because they only know him as their boss. They think, "hey if I'm around this guy I'll get famous" and you know what. Their right. But they'll only be famous for getting the living shit knocked out of them by those who have played this damn game before. This has been going on for months, and damn it, all you ... and I stress that all YOU, the smart ones, knew about it, but now EVERYONE knows. All of you realize what's been happening.

Dake pauses and taps his head again.

Dake Ken: This is a much different type of thing we have going now. This isn't about being the best in the business this isn't about gold, this is about power and this is about respect. Listen to Creeping Death, and by god the man has been through hell and back, in cage matches, hit with barbedwire bats ... but think about flying from the USA to Japan in the BACK ROW of COACH on a NON-STOP 12-13 hour flight! Give me the damn cage match. The point is this. The New Dynasty isn't some type of reformation of The Elite, it's not an idea like that, it's not a concept of who's the best. It's a concept of respect and power. We run things here. Torture, Nate Nytro, Twister, J-X, Creeping Death, and myself Dake Ken. We call the shots, we're the ones who made this place, not Logan. No matter if he's "Mr. WCF" or not. This is going to be different than any other war that WCF has seen, because this is more than just what meets the eye. This is our life.

Dake drops the mic and points out at all the fans in the WCF arena, all of which are going crazy. "Panic Attack" by Dream Theater hits back up and the two men step out of the ring and head to the back with the crowd cheering for them all the way back.

Logan/Lawnmower Jones vs The Freaks

The lights dim in the arena, blue pryos shoot down the ramp, and a drum beat rolls into the PA speakers. Metallica's "The Struggle Within" blasts out of the speakers, and Logan steps out from behind the black curtain with a cocky look on his face as he walks down to the ring. On the way, Logan spits at the fans every now and then, telling them to shut up and whatnot. Once he's by the ring Logan climbs the steps, stepping into the ring through the middles ropes and climbing the turnbuckle to throw both arms into the air for a booing crowd. Logan hops off the turnbuckle, pacing around the ring intill his music cuts.

Shannan Lerch: There's the leader of the Team of Treachery and number one contender for the World Title... Logan! Yay!

The words "My Name is Lawnmower Jones, and I Love to Mow!" are heard across the arena. Then, Scottish bagpipes are heard around the arena, as a motor starting then a lawnmower mowing is heard. Lawnmower Jones walks out from the back pushing his lawnmower Lonnie to the ring. He sneers at all the fans and refuses to touch anyone. When he gets ringside, he leaves Lonnie by the lower left ringpost, and slides into the ring. He shouts thing at the crowd then stretches in one corner.

Zach Davis: And his tag partner, one of the strangest men WCF has ever seen, Lawnmower Jones.

The Freaks, Blood Boy and Kevin Saint, enter the arena. They stand on the entranceway, looking at their opponents, and then rush the ring!

Shannan Lerch: The Freaks, running straight to their funeral!

The bell rings. Logan and Blood Boy trade blows, as do Jones and Saint. Logan hits a quick Impact Style out of nowhere!

Zach Davis: Wow, Logan sure isn't wasting time-

And at the same time, Jones hits a big T-Bone Suplex on Saint!

Shannan Lerch: He calls that the Rev the Engine!

Jones immediately locks in the Jonesmission. Meanwhile, Logan picks Blood Boy up.. Connector! Logan pins.

One.

Saint raises his hand...

Two.

Saint brings it down...

Three!

Saint taps out.

Zach Davis: And Logan and Jones win.

Shannan Lerch: They didn't just win, Zach. They annihilated their competition.

The Freaks roll out of the ring and head to the back. Logan and Jones get their arms raised, but stay in the ring for a second. Jones gets a mic.

Zach Davis: What is this?

Jones gets in the middle of the ring and speaks.

Lawnmower Jones: Now, not all of you may know this, but a wonderful thing has happened. Me and Lonnie... we're engaged.

The crowd laughs, mostly.

Lawnmower Jones: Thats right! And next week, we're getting married... RIGHT HERE ON LIVE TV! On Slam!

Shannan Lerch: Aw! This is going to be romantic.

Logan hugs Jones, who is clearly very emotional.

Lawnmower Jones: Thank you everybody, thank you. Me and Lonnie appreciate it. See you all next week!

Jones drops the mic, and both men roll out of the ring. Jones pushes Lonnie to the back, following Logan.

Skyler Striker vs Kuroi

’Your Fate’ and ‘My Destiny’ shoot in big letters toward the viewer’s sight of the Jumbotron as the opening riff for ‘Deadly Game’ hits and the lights flash black and white until the main intro comes in, and Skyler arrives on the stage, jumping ala’ Charlie Haas. He walks to the ring, giving that ever-confident smile, giving hi-fives to the audience on the ramp as the first verse plays. On the second verse, he jumps onto the apron facing him, does a quick jump over the ropes and goes to the second turnbuckle, opens his arms and palms to the audience, and does a backflip. He walks to the middle of the ring, and stands, head down, and clicks his fingers as the chorus hits, causing alternating black and white pyro to burst from the turnbuckles.

Zach Davis: Skyler is looking to make a strong debut in WCF today.

Shannan Lerch: But he said so himself that he is wrestling his fifth match this week.

Zach Davis: Then he better have saved some energy up for this match, because this is the most important one of all.

Suddenly... The lights shut off, leaving the crowd shrowded with darkness... The jumboron is now turned on and we find a message....

"In the end, you'll be... Just a victim."

As that happens, "Stigmata" by Arch Enemy plays as we find a shadow walking into view with a spotlight on it. The spotlight grows brighter and we now find the image of a man of whom we all hate, Kuroi! The crowd begins booing but Kuroi simply ignores it. He walks down to the ring. On the jumboron, we find video clips of Kuroi working out, bringing himself to the limit, switching to video clips of him performing finishers on some random XHF Superstars. Some main highlights are: The Kuroi Knockout onto AJ Phoenix, The Death Grip onto MGK in the ECF Doomsday Cage, and The Kuroi Kill to Fury. Of course, there are more but those are the ones most seen. Kuroi walks down to the ring, with the spotlight still following. Kuroi slides to the ring as the light goes on and he stands in the corner awaiting the match to begin.

Shannan Lerch: Kuroi has an obvious size advantage, so let's see if that will help him pull out a victory here.

DING DING!!!

The two men circle each other a bit, sizing each other up. Both men draw close and lock up, pushing hard against each other. Kuroi leans back a bit and shoves hard, throwing Skyler to the mat. Kuroi then flexs a bit, showing off his muscles.

Zach Davis: Looks like Kuroi is getting a bit cocky.

Skyler pulls himself back up and goes right back for a lock up. Both men push again, but Skyler slips out of the lock up and underneath Kuroi's arm. He runs off the ropes as Kuroi turns around, right into a fast flying leg lariat. Skyler stands up over the fallen Kuroi and flexs a bit himself. Kuroi looks angrily at Skyler as he gets up and runs at Skyler, who hits a drop toe hold. Skyler stands up and hits a standing moonsault onto the back of Kuroi.

Shannan Lerch: Beautiful manuver.

Skyler rolls Kuroi over for a quick pin.

One!

Tw...Kuroi shoves upwards to toss Skyler off of him. Skyler manages to land on his feet however and goes to run back off the ropes. As Kuroi stands back up, Skyler hits a running neck breaker onto Kuroi and follows it up with another quick pin.

One!

Tw...Kuroi pushes Skyler off of him, not happy about how the proceedings are going.

Shannan Lerch: Skyler is going for quick pins to try and wear Kuroi down I think.

Skyler tries again to run off the ropes, but Kuroi is ready this time. He grabs Skyler and launches him straight up into the air, causing Skyler to crash down to the mat onto his stomach.

Zach Davis: Damn, did you see the height that Kuroi launched him?

Kuroi pulls Skyler up and irish whips him into a turnbuckle, then runs in to follow up with a hard clothesline. Holding Skyler into place, he starts to throw elbow after elbow into the skull of Skyler, knocking him silly. Kuroi steps back and runs off of the ropes as Skyler stumbles out of the corner, right into body press jump from Kuroi. Kuroi starts to pound on Skyler as the ref gives him the mandatory five count.

One!

Two!

Three!

Four!

Kuroi pulls himself off of Skyler, laughing at him.

Shannan Lerch: You have to give Kuroi credit though, he realizes that Skyler is a very agile individual, so he has to use his power to keep Skyler grounded.

Skyler starts to pull himself up off the mat, but Kuroi runs forward and hits a stiff kick to the side of the head. The referee yells at Kuroi for that, but he is ignored as Kuroi walks over to the fallen Skyler and starts to lift him up again. He pulls Skyler's head in between his legs and grips his waist, setting up a powerbomb.

Zach Davis: Oh goody, this could finish the match here.

Before Kuroi can hit the move, Skyler manages to stand up and hit a backbody drop. Kuroi starts to pull himself up, but Skyler comes running in from behind to hit a facebuster. He looks down at Kuroi, then at one of the ropes. Making a quick dash to the ropes and back, he does a somersault roll which ends in a hard legdrop onto Kuroi.

Shannan Lerch: I think he call's that Roll the Dice.

Skyler pins Kuroi.

One!

Two!

T..Kuroi kicks out hard. Skyler moves over to a turnbuckle and climbs up, waiting for Kuroi to get up.

Zach Davis: Looks like Skyler is going to fly.

Kuroi slowly gets up, shaking his head a bit. He turns towards the turnbuckle right as Skyler leaps off with a crossbody...but Kuroi catches him. Kuroi lifts Skyler up and hits a hard backbreaker, but holds onto Skyler. He then lifts Skyler up again and hits another back breaker. For one last time, he lifts Skyler up and down into a final backbreaker. He then goes for a pin.

One!

Two!

Thr...Skyler barely gets his shoulder up.

Zach Davis: Skyler is taking a good deal of punishment here.

Kuroi looks down at Skyler and signals that it is over with. He pulls Skyler up and grabs him by the throat.

Shannan Lerch: Looks like this is going to be the Dark Halo.

Kuroi starts to lift Skyler up, but Skyler breaks the choke, leaps up, and hits a sick sounding enziguri on Kuroi. Both men drop.

Zach Davis: Skyler barely avoided that one and it looked like he knocked Kuroi out. But he's so exausted, can he beat the ref's ten count?

One!

Two!

Three!

Four!

Skyler starts to pull himself up very slowly, so tired at the moment. Meanwhile, Kuroi's eyes finally open after that hard hit.

Five!

Six!

Skyler crawls over towards the ropes to try and use them for leverage. Kuroi rolls over onto his stomach, holding his head with one hand as he pushes up with the other.

Seven!

Eight!

Skyler pulls himself up to his feet using the ropes as Kuroi is kneeling on one knee, still holding his head. The two begin brawling a bit, throwing lefts and rights at each other. Kuroi soon gains the advantage, and goes for a big Clothesline. Striker ducks, grabs him, and hits a Backflip Uranage Slam!

Shannan Lerch: He calls that the Final Revelation!

Striker goes for the pin.

One!

Two!

Three!

The bell rings, and Striker gets up, getting his arm raised. Kuroi rolls out of the ring.

Zach Davis: Striker stands in the center of the ring after winning his debut in a rather impressive fashion.

Shannan Lerch: Absolutely, I didn't think he could deliver on his so-called destiny, but this guy has some serious potential.

"Deadly Game" by Theory of a Deadman is playing loudly over the arena speakers. The crowd is applauding and cheering the effort of one of WCF's newest wrestlers. Striker climbs to the second turnbuckle and faces the cheers of the crowd. With both hands open and arms spread wide he executes a flawless backflip and walks across to the opposite side of the ring.

Zach Davis: He's really starting to ham it up out there for the crowd.

Striker climbs another turnbuckle to face the opposite side of the arena and further celebrate his victory some more with his newfound fans. The attention of the crowd is suddenly shifting to the opposite side of the ring, as a man in black jeans and a black sweatshirt with the hood pulled over his head has just hopped over the guard rail and slid underneath the bottom rope with a chair in hand. The slide caused the hood to partially come off the top of the man's head, revealing what looks to be a blonde mohawk.

Shannan Lerch: A fan had just jumped into the ring. What is he doing? The ring is for professionals, not amateur fans!

Zach Davis: Who is that!?!? What is he doing with that chair!?!? It looks like he is stalking Striker.

Striker lands another backflip and turns toward the center of the ring to head back up the ramp and out of the arena. Just as he turns to see the man in the ring with him, he is drilled in the skull with a crushing blow from the chair. The hooded man rips of his sweatshirt to reveal that it is fact Danny Vice, the so-called Vagrant. "Deadly Game" comes to a sudden stop and the crowd's cheers turn to boos.

Zach Davis: It looks like Vice is going to look underneath the ring to find another weapon. The new kid has got a table set-up outside the ring, just next to the apron.

Vice slides back under the bottom rope and rolls the unconscious Striker onto the table. He strategically places the steel chair directly across the chest of Strike, then climbs up a near turnbuckle to the top rope. He faces away from Striker, who still lies motionless on the table, and bands his arms at the elbow to both of his sides. His hands form two SuFis and he lets out a roar like a man suffering from deep anguish.

Shannan Lerch: I think he's going to go for some kind of high-risk move and send Striker through that table. Why would Vice attack Striker? These guys are both new here.

Zach Davis: This is unnecessary and seemingly unprovoked.

Vice leaps off and hits a corkscrew senton directly on Striker, sending both men crashing through the table. Vice crawls to his feet as beverages begin to rain in from the front rows on top of Vice. "Rookie" by Boy Sets Fire hits over the speakers. Vice slowly comes to his feet and stands over Striker. A sinister smile comes across his face, then he quickly hops back over the protective rail and walks through the crowd. Several medics from the back are rushing toward ringside with a stretcher as Skyler Striker is laying motionless in what was once a wooden table. His head has been split open, and blood seeps from his skull onto frayed wood and the steel chair beside him.

Shannan Lerch: Well... Vice sure has made an impressive debut.

Zach Davis: Impressive? No. This was disgusting.

The medics begin taking Striker to the back.

Simply Outrageous/JJ Biggs vs Devastation Inc./Drake Kencedro

Cowboys from Hell by Pantera picks up over the PA system as Angel Black comes through the curtain.

Shannan Lerch: It’s now time for some WCF six man tag team action.

A few seconds JackHammer and Chino comes through. JackHammer walks down to the ring with a stone look on his face while Chino walks down with a cocky grin. Both men climb up the steps, Both then look at each other and nod then step over the top rope, and enter the ring.

Zach Davis: Tonight we have, Devastation Inc, and Drake Kencedro versus the team of.

Shannan Lerch: Simply Outrageous, and the former WCF Television Champion…JJ Biggs.

This Is The New Shit by Marilyn Mansion picks up over the PA system. The fans in the audience all turn to face the top of the ramp. A thin smoke floods out from behind the curtain, as Honey Valentine, and Drake Kencedro walk out from backstage. The fans nearly tear the roof off of the arena with all of the boos. Drake stands at the top of the ramp taking in all the hatred from the fans, as Honey seems to be talking to him. Drake gets grins from ear to ear, as he grabs Honey Valentine by the hand and they make their way down the ramp. Drake lets go of Honey's hand, and slides onto the apron. Kencedro stands up on the apron and faces the ramp, as Honey Valentine slowly slides in between his legs to enter the ring. Drake steps in between the ropes and enters the ring.

Zach Davis: Last week we seen Kencedro get his first WCF victory, can he make it 2 and 0, here tonight?

Shannan Lerch: All I know is this is going to be a good match.

Rollin by Limp Bizkit hits the PA system.

From behind the curtain, Road Rage, and Burnout ride out on motorcycles. They seem to get a mixed reaction by the crowd, as the roll down the ramp. Both ride around the ring each going in the opposite direction. Once they reach back at the ramp, and turn the bikes off, and hop off.

Zach Davis: Biker boys!

Shannan Lerch: Those are some big men.

Voices by Disturbed hits the PA System as the crowd begins to boo. JJ Biggs walks out onto the stage followed by his manager, Jake Hudson. The two of them slowly make their way down to the ring. JJ Biggs climbs onto the apron and he steps over the top rope, while Hudson walks around the ring and stands in JJ’s corner. Simply Outrageous pulls themselves up onto the apron, and step over the ropes entering the ring behind Biggs.

Shannan Lerch: All six men are here.

Zach Davis: There has to be at least 1000 pounds inside of that ring right now!

Shannan Lerch: Drake Kencedro looks like an ant compared to all of these men!

The bell sounds, as all six men decide who is going to start off first. Road Rage, and Burnout step onto the apron, as Drake, and Chino does as well. JJ Biggs and JackHammer walk up to the center of the ring. JJ points at Kencedro, as JJ gets a huge grin on his face. Drake then extends his hand out, and JackHammer tags him in. Drake steps in between the ropes, as JackHammer moves out onto the apron, the two men lock up, but JJ powers Drake into a corner. Biggs nails a hard chop across the chest of Drake, and Biggs walks out to the center of the ring…JJ then charges at Kencedro with a full head of steam, but Drake quickly moves out of harms way, and Biggs collides with the turnbuckle…Kencedro grabs Biggs’ head, and starts nail some hard right hands…Kencedro goes to Irish Whip Biggs into the ropes, but JJ counters into a powered Irish Whip sending Kencedro over the top rope. Kencedro lands on the apron thanks to some help from the top rope.

Zach Davis: Kencedro is like a cat.

JJ walks over to Kencedro, but Kencedro ramps his shoulder into gut of JJ Biggs from outside on the apron.

Shannan Lerch: Ouch!

JJ slowly staggers to the center of the ring, and Kencedro quickly springs to the top turnbuckle. From the top Kencedro dives, and nails Biggs with a missile drop kick. Both men lands on the mat, but Kencedro quickly goes for a pin.

One.

Two.

JJ Biggs gets his shoulder on the mat. Jake Hudson begins to beat on the apron, hoping to get JJ some momentum. Kencedro gets back to his feet, and he walks over, and tags in Chino. Kencedro whispers something to Chino, as Chino nods.

Zach Davis: Are these two men on the same page now?

Chino walks over, and picks up JJ Biggs, as Drake stands on the middle rope. Chino nails a power bomb onto JJ Biggs, as Drake dives from middle rope and nails a flying leg drop. Drake quickly rolls out of the ring, and Chino picks up JJ Biggs. Chino slings JJ Biggs into his corner, and yells at Burnout, and Road Rage to tag themselves in.

Shannan Lerch: I don’t think Chino want this dead meat of JJ Biggs.

Burnout tags himself in, and Jake Hudson rolls Biggs out of the ring. Burnout charges at Chino, and dodges a clothesline from him. Burnout nails some hard right hands onto Chino, and then follows up by whipping Chino into the ropes. Chino bounces back into a tornado DDT by Burnout, and Burnout quickly goes for the cover.

One.

Two.

Chino quickly kicks out. Burnout gets back to his feet, pulling Chino up with him. Burnout applies a side headlock onto Chino, but Chino shoves Burnout into the turnbuckle. Burnout staggers back from collision, and Chino nails him with a hard power clothesline. Burnout falls to the mat, and Chino rolls over and tags in JackHammer. Burnout slowly crawls over, and tags in Road Rage.

Zach Davis: New fresh men.

JackHammer, and Road Rage enter the ring, and lock up. JackHammer whips Road Rage into the ropes, and Road Rage bounces back with a shoulder block, but accidentally nails the referee and not JackHammer. Road Rage’s jaw drops, as he runs his hands through his hair, JackHammer takes advantage of the situation, and begins to nail some hard punches into the midsection of Road Rage.

Shannan Lerch: THE REF IS DOWN?

Zach Davis: Why are you acting so surprised?

Burnout quickly enters the ring, and he ambushes JackHammer from behind…Road Rage, and Burnout begin to stomp on a fallen JackHammer, as Chino enters the ring…Chino goes after Burnout with a clothesline, but Burnout dodges it just in time. Drake Kencedro climbs to the top rope, as Burnout whips Chino into the turnbuckle. Burnout turns around, and Drake jumps from the top rope, but Burnout catches him by the throat.

Zach Davis: OH MY!

JackHammer begins to fight back onto Road Rage, and Burnout slowly lifts Drake in the air by his throat. Honey Valentine slides into the ring and nails a low blow onto Burnout, causing him to put Drake back onto the map. Burnout doubles over, and Kencedro nails The Decomposer.

Shannan Lerch: This is madness!

JJ Biggs slides into the ring, and he charges at Drake nailing him with a clothesline…JJ drops to the mat, and nails some hard hands to face of Drake Kencedro, as Honey Valentine just looks on. JackHammer is back to his feet, and he nails a boot to the gut onto Road Rage. Chino walks over to JackHammer, and both men grab Road Rage by the throat.

Zach Davis: The double choke slam?

Burnout slowly gets to his feet, and he nails Chino and JackHammer with an attack from behind. Burnout grabs both Chino, and JackHammer in his arms, and Road Rage connects with a double clothesline, as Burnout converts the move into a double backdrop.

Shannan Lerch: OH MY GOD!

Zach Davis: He just lifted over 700 pounds!

Honey Valentine pulls JJ Biggs off of Drake, and Biggs stares down Valentine. JJ points to him, then points to Valentine, and smirks. Honey Valentine looks scared, as she backs herself into a corner. Drake slowly exits the ring, and pulls a chair out from under the ring.

Zach Davis: Where is Drake going?

JJ Biggs grabs Honey Valentine by the hair, the yells for Road Rage. Road Rage grins, as JJ moves away from Honey Valentine. Road Rage charges and nails a body splash onto Honey Valentine nearly crushing her. JJ Biggs notices Drake on the outside, as he walks over to the ropes. Chino and JackHammer slowly get to their feet, as Road Rage and Burnout look like they have just seen a ghost. The ref slowly begins to stir. Biggs grabs Drake on the outside by his hair.

Zach Davis: Not his hair!

Biggs tries to pull Drake onto the apron, but Drake uses the steal chair and crashes it into the skull of JJ Biggs. Biggs fall to the mat, and climbs up onto the apron. Drake climbs to the top rope, with the steal chair and nails a flying leg drop, dropping the chair into the face of JJ Biggs, busting him wide open. Chino and JackHammer nail some back and forth hands into the mid section of Road Rage, and Burnout.

Shannan Lerch: This is pure mayhem!

Drake Kencedro rolls Honey Valentine out of the ring, as Chino shoves Road Rage out into the center of the ring. Drake notices the opportunity, and he charges at the ropes and bounces off nailing Road Rage with a huge spinning wheel kick.

Zach Davis: Everyone may have a power advantage. But it has been shown that Kencedro has speed.

JackHammer, and Chino both grab Burnout by throat and nail him with a huge double choke slam.

Shannan Lerch: There it is!

Drake Kencedro picks up JJ Biggs, and throws him over the top rope, as Chino throws Burnout to the outside as well. The referee is slowly regaining life, as Chino and Drake go back to their corner. Road Rage slowly gets to his feet, and JackHammer meets him with a hard right hand sending him back down the to mat again. Road Rage quickly gets back to his feet, and JackHammer tries to whip him into the ropes, but Road Rage counters it into an Irish Whip of his own. JackHammer bounces off of the ropes, and JJ Biggs, and Burnout both grabs the rebounding legs of JackHammer, causing him to tall to the mat.

Zach Davis: OOOOOH!

Shannan Lerch: The giant known as JackHammer has just fell.

Road Rage walks over to the fallen JackHammer, and begins to stomp a mud hole through JackHammer showing no mercy. Burnout, and Biggs both get back onto the apron and Road Rage tags in Burnout. Burnout enters the ring, and both him and Road Rage whip him into the ropes. Chino blindly tags himself in, as Burnout and Rage nail a rebounding JackHammer with a death drop.

Zach Davis: Ouch!

Chino enters the ring clothesline Road Rage to the outside.

Shannan Lerch: Chino tagged himself in?

Zach Davis: I believe so.

Burnout stops dead in his tracks, and he races back to his corner and tags in JJ Biggs. JackHammer slowly rolls over to his corner, as JJ Biggs enters the ring once again.

Shannan Lerch: Is Chino going to give Drake another shot at Biggs?

Chino goes to lock up with Biggs, but Biggs avoids the lock up. Biggs powers Chino into the ropes, and reacts with an Irish Whip. Chino bounces back into a Tilt-O-World Slam by JJ Biggs.

Shannan Lerch: OH MY!

Zach Davis: HE JUST DID THAT TO CHINO?!

JJ Biggs drops to the mat, and goes for the pin onto Chino. The referee drops to the mat for the count.

One!

Two!

Drake enters the ring, and breaks up the count.

Shannan Lerch: Oh come on!

Zach Davis: Drake is brilliant!

Drake goes back to his corner, as JJ Biggs argues with referee about the interference. Behind the referee’s back Road Rage, and Burnout enter the ring, and begin to lay a beat down onto Chino.

Shannan Lerch: A DOUBLE TEAM ATTACK ON A FALLEN MAN!!

JackHammer quickly enters the ring, and nails a double clothesline onto Road Rage, and Burnout sending all three men to the outside. JJ Biggs walks over to Chino, and picks him up. Biggs nails a shot to the mid section onto Chino. Chino doubles over, as Biggs prepares to go for the Biggs Implant, but Chino counters it into a massive RKK!

Shannan Lerch: He still manages to hit the RKK!!

Zach Davis: Is it over?!

Chino rolls over to the ropes, and Drake tags himself in. The ref notices the tag, and Drake climbs to the top turnbuckle. In the extra time, however, Biggs has gotten to his corner and manages to tag in Road Rage. Road Rage comes in with a head of steam, running at Drake, but Drake hits a mean slap to the face. He then grabs Road Rage's head and hits a Tornado DDT!

Shannan Lerch: Great move!

Drake then challenges Biggs to come back into the ring. He does, and runs at Kencedro, but Drake has the advantage and hits the Decomposer! He then climbs up to the top quickly, and hits a Shooting Star Press onto the legal man, Road Rage.

ONE!

TWO!

THREE!

Ding Ding Ding!

Shannan Lerch: Drake has stolen another one!

Ring Announcer: Here is your winner…The team of Chino, JackHammer, and Drake Kencedro!

Drake quickly gets back to his feet, and the ref raises his arm in victory. Drake has a huge grin on his face as he knows he has just bested the former WCF World and Television Champion. Chino gets back to his feet, and he stares at Drake Kencedro in confusion.

Zach Davis: Not this again?

JackHammer rolls into the ring, and gets back to his feet and walk over to the two men. Chino is heard shouting at Drake, but Drake doesn’t seem to argue back. Instead Drake raises his arms in victory.

Shannan Lerch: I think Chino is mad that Drake used Chino to get the pin?

Chino’s face gets an expression that grows in frustration, as Chino grabs Drake by the throat. Chino looks over at JackHammer, and JackHammer also grabs Drake by the throat. The two men lift Drake high into the air, before sending him crashing down into the canvas.

Zach Davis: I thought Chino and Drake put their differences aside!!

Cowboys from Hell by Pantera picks back up over the PA System, as JackHammer and Chino exit the ring. They walk up with Angel Black, and they disappear behind the curtain.

Ten Man Possible Torture Replacement Battle Royal
Bobby Cairo vs Jack of Blades vs Dake Ken vs Shaun Sexton vs Creeping Death vs Beyond vs J-X vs Ace vs Nate Nytro vs Ripper

Zach Davis: And now it is time for our huge battle royal.

Shannan Lerch: This is going to be big.

There's a huge pyro explosion at the entranceway followed by the opening strains of Helmet's "In The Meantime". Bobby Cairo and his manager El Diablo Fantástico suddenly appear at the top of the ramp. Bobby hoists his arms above his head with a smug look on his face, while the masked El Diablo stands motionless. They walk down to the ring while a highlight package plays on the big screen.

Zach Davis: Former World Champ, and almost Television Champ, here comes Bobby Cairo.

Das Duell by Ennio Morricone plays. There's a short blackout before the arena is enveloped in bright crimson light. A solitary spotlight focuses on Jack of Blades through the blackout and then leaves when it turns red. The opening image of Jack is him kneeling cradling his face. When the whistling begins in his theme music he moves his hands back and slicks his hair revealing an insane grin of ecstasy. He walks to the ring muttering things to himself but in a very controlled manner. At the ring, he turns right and slides in. When in, he runs diagonal to the turnbuckle. He jumps onto the second rope and remains static before spinning off and running back towards the camera and mounting himself on the ropes. He then proceeds to run the opposite diagonal direction (so his movements have created a 'V') and jumps on the turnbuckle. This time he reveals a red rose from his trenchcoat pocket raises it up beyond his head before catching it in his other and crushing it. The entrance ends with Jack still on the turnbuckle while rose petals fall in front of him.

Shannan Lerch: Here's a man that WAS Television Champ, he was in one of the bloodiest, fiercest feuds WCF has ever seen with Ellis.

Bad Horsie by Stevie Vai hits, and Dake Ken enters to a huge pop from the crowd. He walks to the ring, sizing up the men already in the ring.

Zach Davis: Dake Ken. A man that has never won the Title, while his other two Elite friends, Trent Hunter and X-Rated, have. You know he wants it.

Battle without Honor or Humanity by Hotei hits and Shaun Sexton comes out with a vest that is white trimmed with pink and white fur, the vest has a hood made of this pink and white fur. A star and two S on each side of the star are on the back. He walks to the ring. He steps up on the apron and makes the ref open the ropes so he can walk through. Once in the ring he ascends to the second rope flips his hood off, and brushes off his chiseled abs. After jumping down from the second rope he poses in the ring showing off his body for the women in the audience as he waits for his opponent.

Shannan Lerch: Shaun Sexton, former Television Champ as well.

The lights slowly fade to black. Bells toll as the screen shows shots of a big wooden cross wrapped in barbed wire in the middle of a thunderstorm. While the cross is shown, "Take This Life" by In Flames begins to play. When it kicks into high gear, around the 17 second mark, the lights come on just a tad, giving light to the dark. Standing on the stage is Creeping Death, arms stretched out in a crucifix fashion. CD stands there for a second, 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 in the ring, does the crucifix pose once again, and then takes a seat on the top turnbuckle, awaiting the match to begin.

Zach Davis: Creeping Death. He is the Hardcore Champion, and he took out Ellis, Jack of Blades' arch enemy, to get that belt.

The lights blink out as the beginning to the old Twilight Zone TV show theme song starts to play. Blue and white lights blink back and forth to the tune of the music. After the famous drum beat, it fades into "Twilight Zone" by Golden Earring. A blue spotlight shines on the entrance, where Beyond comes walking out, eyes on the ring. Ignoring any of the fans as he makes his way down to the ring, stepping up the steel steps, and up onto the apron. Taking the top rope with one hand, he pauses a moment to look out into the crowd, giving them a look of unworth. Stepping quickly into the ring, Beyond moves into one of the corners, making sure his kickpads are straight, not wasting any time.

Shannan Lerch: Beyond. One of the most impressive newcomers we've ever seen.

Out Ta Get me hits as red, yellow and orange lights begin to illuminate the arena. On the TV screen J-X's name flashes occasionally and wrestling moments in J-X's past come into play. Once the music really kicks in, J-X walks out looking cocky. He stops in the middle of the walkway and looks around the crowd giving them all a smirk, sometimes threatening a fan. He gets in the ring and depending on the mood he either taunts or waits for his opponent.

Zach Davis: J-X, member of the legendary tag team the Twisted Elements, out to prove himself here tonight.

As "Wish" by NIN plays over the sound system, the lights go dim and you can only just make out the stage. About a minute into the song the lights come back on as pyro rains down from the top of the screen wh then see Ace at the top of the ramp. Halfway down he turns in a half circle whilst raising his arms, he then turns back around shrugging his arms before pointing to himself. When he gets to the ring he hops up onto one knee onto the apron. He looks into the audience smiling, soaking up the reaction. He then gets up onto the apron fully and goes over to the closest turnbuckle and climbs to the middle rope and points to himself. He then hops down and and takes off his entrance jacket and pants revealing his wrestling tights, waiting for the match to begin.

Shannan Lerch: Ace! Also involved in the Jack and Ellis feud, and he made his return recently.

An eerie shade of green envelopes the arena. After the breif opening of "The Everlasting Gaze", the drums kick in, and green and grey light cues kick in, spinning and twirling. Nate Nytro makes his entrance and walks up the rampway. Upon entering the ring, he interacts with the crowd on the corners however his mood sees fit.

Zach Davis: Nate Nytro. The new Television Champion, having defeated JJ Biggs for it.

Rollin by Limp Bizkit hits, and Ripper enters, high fiving the fans. He slides into the ring.

Shannan Lerch: ...Ripper. Like Cairo, not a member of the ToT or the New Dynasty. He's here for himself.

All the men are in the ring now. The bell sounds... and, of course, all hell breaks loose.

Zach Davis: This is going to be a tough match to call!

Bobby Cairo and Ripper are taking their time, not attacking anyone. Blades and Creeping Death have just attacked each other, brawling. Ace joins them, and begins pounding on C.D. with Jack. Sexton and Dake Ken are brawling, and J-X and Nytro are teaming up on Beyond. Cairo soon sees his chance, and runs at Ripper, tackling him down. Everyone is fighting someone.

Shannan Lerch: This is supposed to be every man for himself! And of course, the New Dynasty guys are sticking together. What tools.

Zach Davis: The Team of Treachery guys are too! Oh, Shannan. You're such a heel.

Blades and Ace stomp away at Creeping Death. Ace picks him up and throws him to Jack, who goes to toss him over the top rope. Creeps lands on the apron though and Springboards, jumping at both men and hitting a Double Springboard DDT!

Shannan Lerch: Whoa! Damnit. But whoa!

Creeps stomps on both of them, now. Meanwhile, J-X and Nytro are kicking at Beyond. They pick him up and go for a Double Suplex, but Beyond blocks it. He tries to Suplex both men, but he's unable to. Finally, Nytro and J-X manage to get the Suplex they were going for. They then start stomping at him again. And again, they pick him up. This time they go for a Linked Clothesline, but Beyond ducks it and goes for a Double Arm Clothesline, hitting both men. They don't go down. Beyond throws J-X into the corner and then goes to throw Nytro out of the ring, but Nytro grabs the ropes and stops him.

Zach Davis: Almost had our first elimination.

Dake Ken has Shaun Sexton in another corner. DK hits chop after chop, and then lifts Sexton up to the top. He climbs up with him, and he's about to go for a Superplex... but Cairo comes out of nowhere, positioning himself against the turnbuckle, facing Drake. Drake hits the Superplex as Cairo Powerbombs Dake Ken down to the mat!

Shannan Lerch: Great three man move there! I'm afraid Sexton got the worst of it, but exciting move.

Zach Davis: And Cairo knows that too. He and Sexton have had some troubles recently involving the Television Title.

Cairo goes on the attack to Sexton, kicking at him. Meanwhile, Ripper picks Dake Ken up. Ripper goes for the Ripperline, but Dake Ken ducks it and hits a mean German Suplex! Both men lay on the mat, catching their breath.

Shannan Lerch: Dake Ken staying down, like a coward.

Zach Davis: Nope. For one, it is just good strategy. Staying close to the ground means you can't get thrown over the top rope.

The numbers game has caught up to Creeping Death. Jack and Ace have him in a corner, and both are taking turns chopping him. They soon pull him out from the corner. Jack throws him to the ropes and then snaps off a quick Overhead Belly to Belly. At the same time, Ace has jumped up to the turnbuckle and hits a Split Legged Moonsault!

Shannan Lerch: Now THAT'S what I like to see. Good double teaming.

Now, Jack of Blades rolls out of the ring.

Zach Davis: Where is he going?

He grabs a chair, and slides back in. Ace has been making sure none of the others have interfered with their plans, though most of them are too caught up in their own battles. Jack raises the chair high above his head and smashes it down onto Creeping Death's body.

Shannan Lerch: Yes! Get him!

Zach Davis: This may be a battle royal, but there are still disqualifications! This can't happen!

Jack smiles as he's doing it. He raises it and brings it down again. And again, and again. Creeping Death is bleeding. Soon others begin noticing what is going on, and turn to the situation. Jack notices this and nods to Ace. Realizing he has been eliminated from the match by DQ, Jack rolls out of the ring, taking his chair with him. Ace picks Creeping Death up, and CD's body is limp. Ace throws him over the top rope, and he is eliminated.

Shannan Lerch: Good. Creeping Death is gone, eliminated by Ace.

Zach Davis: Yeah, it's BS, but whatever. We're down to eight men.

Jack smiles and looks at Creeping Death as he heads to the back. Meanwhile, in the ring, Shaun Sexton is brawling with Bobby Cairo in the corner. The two share fists before Cairo gets the upper hand, going for a Clothesline, but Sexton ducks it and then hits an Ace Crusher!

Shannan Lerch: I love that spot. Sexton hits the move perfectly.

Cairo stumbles back into the ropes, and Sexton gets to his feet before Clotheslining him over.

Zach Davis: Bobby Cairo has been eliminated! He's had a great career in WCF, and his contract is running out and I don't know if we'll see him again. He's been a great wrestler, though.

In the ring, Ripper is pounding away at J-X. Ripper picks him up and throws him to the ropes, then snaps off a Powerslam. Ripper picks him up, and goes to throw him over, but he grabs onto the ropes. The two keep struggling, until Beyond comes up behind them and throws them both over!

Shannan Lerch: Good job, Beyond!

Zach Davis: Down to five men. Dake Ken, Nate Nytro, Ace, Beyond, and Sexton.

Shannan Lerch: The New Dynasty is outnumbered. Yyyeesss.

Everyone soon seperates, stopping the fighting and checking out the situation. The Team of Treachery realizes they have the numbers game going for them. They talk to each other in a small huddle, while Dake and Nate watch on. Soon the ToT breaks the huddle. Ace runs at Dake, tackling him down, and Beyond and Sexton run at Nytro and attack him. Ace generally holds Dake and keeps him from aiding Nate. Sexton holds Nate from behind while Beyond kicks him and hits forearms to his head.

Zach Davis: They're manhandling the Television Champion!

They throw Nate to the ropes, run at him and hit a Linked Clothesline, sending him flying over!

Shannan Lerch: Nate is gone!

Zach Davis: You know, Shannan, if Dake is eliminated the ToT will have to fight each other.

Shannan Lerch: ...Ew.

Suddenly, Dake is able to burst away from Ace. He runs and Clotheslines Shaun Sexton, who goes flying over the top as well!

Zach Davis: Three men! Ace, Beyond, and Dake Ken!

Beyond quickly grabs Dake and goes to throw him over, but Dake fights back and throws Beyond over instead! Beyond lands on the apron, though, and Ace grabs Dake again now. Beyond gets back into the ring and the two men start beating Dake down. Ace grabs him and goes for a German Suplex, but Dake blocks it and switches behind him. Of course, Beyond is right on him before he can do anything, pounding away at his back. Beyond then executes a Russian Legsweep.

Shannan Lerch: Dake Ken called Beyond the weakest link, I bet he's regretting that right now.

The two men pick Dake up and put his arms over their shoulders, going for a Double Suplex that would send Dake out of the ring. Dake is again able to block it, and instead Suplexes both men! All three are to their feet at about the same time and Ace kicks Dake viciously before hitting a mean Evenflow DDT, spiking his head onto the mat.

Zach Davis: Ouch.

Ace picks him up and again goes to throw him over, and again Dake blocks it. He starts fighting back, and immediately Beyond is on him. Dake is soon fighting off both men. He hits Beyond with the Side Effect, quickly gets to his feet, and runs at Ace and hits the Bitch Kick! This sends Ace flying over the top!

Shannan Lerch: No!

Zach Davis: We're down to Dake Ken and Beyond.

Beyond runs at Dake and clubs him with more forearms to the back. He then executes a Neckbreaker. Beyond picks Dake up and goes to finish him off with a Downward Spiral, but Dake pushes him off and hits another Bitch Kick! Beyond flies over the top!

Shannan Lerch: NO!

Zach Davis: Dake Ken wins it!

Shannan Lerch: So.. if Torture doesn't show up..

Zach Davis: Dake Ken vs Logan for the Title?

Dake Ken gets to his feet, raising his arm in the air.

Shannan Lerch: That can't happen! Logan made sure of it! Dake went through all of this for NOTHING!

Despite having lost, Beyond slides into the ring with a chair and swings at Dake's back. And with that, Logan and Lawnmower Jones run down as well and slides in.

Zach Davis: Oh lord. Here we go.

Logan starts kicking away at Dake, as does Jones. And of course, out runs Creeping Death. Creeps slides in and is met immediately with a Clothesline from Logan. He gets up anyway and starts brawling as Dake gets to his feet too, but it seems like the numbers game will be too much...

SO YOU WANNA BE A ROCK SUPERSTAR? LIVE LARGE?

Shannan Lerch: OH MY GOD HE'S HERE!?!

The crowd ERUPTS as TORTURE runs out from the back! Torture slides into the ring and Logan runs at him, Torture Clotheslines him down! Logan runs at him again, Torture Clotheslines hims down again! Logan runs again, ducks Torture's Clothesline, goes for one of his own, Torture ducks it AND HITS A TORTURE'S DEVICE!

Zach Davis: BAM! Take that, Logan!

Jones and Beyond roll out of the ring as Torture celebrates inside it.

Shannan Lerch: Logan vs Torture at Ultimate Showdown is still on, Zach! Logan's taking the World Title!

Zach Davis: Not if Torture has anything to say about it!

The copyright information appears on the bottom of the screen.

Shannan Lerch: See you next week for the Jones/Lonnie wedding!

The show fades to black.