Sunday Slam Intro
Logan vs Casey Kage
Reckless Jack vs JJ Biggs
Television Title: AJ Storm vs Davey Ortega vs Thunder vs David Alastair vs The Pac vs Creeping Death
Dake Ken vs Danny Vice

WCF Sunday Slam Intro

Glasgow Megasnake by Mogwai hits, and the crowd roars as Sunday Slam comes on the air! We get some shots of the crowd before going to the announcers.

Zach Davis: Welcome to the last Sunday Slam before Revenge!

Shannan Lerch: Already? It feels like Hellimination was just last week.

Zach Davis: TWO weeks ago, Shannan. Two. Someone's lazy and doesn't feel like having a show next week.

Shannan Lerch: Or maybe WCF just doesn't want to compete against TNA's PPV with Kurt Angle vs Samoa Joe.

Zach Davis: Either way. We've got a great show tonight, that is for sure. Dake Ken vs Danny Vice.

Shannan Lerch: Yes, but it is more intriguing than that. These two men were handpicked by Jack of Blades and Skyler Striker, respectively. Whoever wins, the person they represent gets to choose the special guest referee for Revenge's Hardcore Title match.

Zach Davis: And we all know there is a LOT on the stake during that match.

Shannan Lerch: Speaking of Titles, Creeping Death is putting his Television Title on the line in a huge match with five other men. AJ Storm and Davey Ortega, who have been a tag team for a little while, Thunder, the People's Champ, David Alastair, and The Pac, a newcomer.

Zach Davis: All of these men would make worthy Television Champions. Creeping Death is going to have to give it his all to keep the Title.

Shannan Lerch: But I doubt he can focus, because he has a World Title match coming up against Torture. We'll see, I guess!

Zach Davis: And of course, Reckless Jack continues his war on the ToT by going up against one half of the Tag Team Champions, JJ Biggs. This man carried the belts by himself for quite a while, so he is a force. Jack is going to have his work cut out for him tonight.

Shannan Lerch: Well, he can't beat Biggs. And if he can't beat Biggs, no WAY can he beat Logan.

Zach Davis: Speaking of which, Logan fights newcomer Casey Kage tonight. In the opening match, in fact.

Shannan Lerch: Let's get Logan out here!

Logan vs Casey Kage

"Happy" by Mudvayne plays throughout the arena.

Shannan Lerch: WCF management must've been high when they booked this match.

Zach Davis: What makes you say that?

Shannan Lerch: Casey Kage? Who in the world..? Against Logan?!

Zach Davis: So.. what..?

Casey Cage makes his way from behind the curtains, stepping out to the top of the ramp.

Shannan Lerch: Sigh.

Zach Davis: Well, we don't exactly know much about this Casey guy. But the management must've seen something in him pitting him against a veteran like Logan.

Casey Cage begins walking down the ramp, oblivious to the crowd, completely ignoring them while making his way to the ring. He slips inside the ring passing underneath the bottom rope as his music cuts.

Shannan Lerch: Here comes The Face of Treachery.

"The Struggle Within" by Metallica blasts out over the arena as the crowd immediately jump to their feet booing. Logan simply walks out from the back, and struts down the ramp shaking his head.

Zach Davis: Logan looks a bit disappointed.

Logan continues to shake his head, and smirk a bit before sliding into the ring. Logan takes no time to taunt, and walks right up to Casey hitting him with rights.

Shannan Lerch: He took no time starting this match.

The bell rings, and Logan punches Casey into the turnbuckle. Logan's music finally cuts, and Casey Kage begins fighting back. Casey sends a stiff boot to Logan's mid section before going in for a close line, Logan slumps over, and ducks it. Logan spins around facing Casey's back. Logan quickly hooks him in a sleeper hold, and locks it in.

Zach Davis: Is he going for The Connector this early?

Logan leaps over Casey's shoulder, and hits The Connector!

Shannan Lerch: And he got it.

Logan falls on top of Casey hooking his leg, and shaking his head as the referee drops down to count.

One.

Two.

Three.

Zach Davis: Wow.

"The Struggle Within" by Metallica begins to play, but Logan stands up walking around the ring with a look of disappointment on his face. Logan signals for a microphone from the ring official, and he hands it to him.

Logan: If somebody doesn't turn off that damn music, I'm going to come back there.

The music continues to roar, and it almost sounds if it's been turned up louder.

Logan: NOW!

It suddenly comes to a stop.

Logan: What's this?

Logan looks over at Casey Cage, he is slowly recovering in the ring.

Logan: This is my big warm up for my match with Reckless Boudle? This? I'm not that kind of guy that's going shoot down somebody else's dreams, well, maybe I am. But you expect me, The Face of Treachery, to open up Sunday Slam which I've helped build the last seven years, and open this show up with some boudle that nobody has ever heard of. HA!

Logan chuckles a bit.

Logan: You've got to be kidding me! What the hell is wrong with the WCF management now of days? It was better when I was running it, and I barely showed up for work. It's sad enough I've got to face Reckless Jack at Revenge, I do hate him, but where the hell is my WCF title shot?! I want what's mine! Everyone in the WCF knows that my match with Torture couldn't have been any closer, and his win was a fluke. So instead of getting my rematch? I get to open Slam, and wrestle new comers.

Zach Davis: Oh, would he stop bitching.

Shannan Lerch: He's got every right too, it's messed up that a reputation as big as Logan's has to get crapped on.

Logan: I'm tired of it, and you know what boudles.. I don't care anymore. I don't care about WCF, nope.. not anymore. Put me against Reckless Jack? Sure. I don't care if he gets hurt, because that's what I'm going do.. you hear me Jack? I'm going f'n hurt you. I'm going make you suffer, and put you out once, and for all. See this boudle here you making me wrestle?

Logan reaches down to Casey as he stumbles up, and grabs him by the hair throwing him over the ropes to the outside of the ring.

Logan: I could give a shit less about him. How about this referee?

Zach Davis: Oh come on Logan, don't take it out on everyone else.

The ref begins backing away, shaking his head no.

Logan: Oh yeah, you too boudle. I'm sure WCF probably needs you tonight, am I right? I'm sure they pay you good to call matches. Matter of fact, your the boudle that counted the pin fall when Torture pinned right? I bet now you would've called that match differently. So, heres my message to WCF!

Logan hits the referee over the head with the microphone, and continues to bash it into his head till the referee falls to the mat. Logan picks the referee up, and quickly hits a Connector onto him. Logan mouths the words "SHUT UP" to the audience as they boo him, and he raises two middle fingers to the crowd.

Zach Davis: Poor ref.

Reckless Jack vs JJ Biggs

We see Reckless Jack highlights on the screen as the arena is dark. Then huge pictures of Reckless Jack are shown with the words “He has arrived” on them. Now we hear the beginning to Nonpoint's "Bullet With A Name". A faint silhouette is shown in the entry way, kneeling down with his head down as the masses of fans get to their feet. As the song continues to build itself the strobe light goes faster and faster. Once the chorus hits, pyro explodes as the strobe light stops. A red spotlight shines brightly on Reckless Jack as he is kneeling down. He springs to his feet and throws his arms out. The fans are mixed seeing Reckless Jack as he starts to headbang to the song. As they start to walk to the ring, the spotlight stays on him as the people continue to have split feelings. He slaps a few hands on his way to the ring. Once he is in the middle of the ramp, he stops and starts to hype himself up as he throws his arm into the air and lifts it high. A string of pyro shoots down the ramp as he brings the arm back down. He continues slapping hands with the cheering fans. After he gets to the ring apron, he rolls into the ring, hopping on the nearest turnbuckle, throwing out his arms once more. The crowd mixed, as he hops down and does the same on the opposite turnbuckle. He jumps off the turnbuckle, then crouches down, waiting for his opponent.

Zach Davis: Here is a man who has challenged the ToT with no backup.

Shannan Lerch: Always knew Reckless Jack was a retard.

"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 up the steps and he enters the ring through the middle rope.

Shannan Lerch: Here comes JJ Biggs, half of the Tag Team Champions now.

Zach Davis: Yep, he finally found himself a partner in Danny Vice last week.

Both men walk up to one another and they tie-up. Biggs shows his strength, as he’s able to bulldoze Reckless Jack into the corner. They’re both still locked up, which makes the referee force the two to break the hold. Reckless Jack looks at the young Biggs who walks into the center of the ring and tells Reckless Jack to bring it on. Reckless Jack grins and takes a swing at Biggs, but Biggs ducks and gets behind Reckless Jack and wraps his arms around Reckless Jack’s waist and lifts him up, then dropping him on his stomach. Reckless Jack tries to escape from the waist lock, but Biggs wraps his arms tight not allowing Reckless Jack to break out of the hold. Reckless Jack grabs the wrists of Biggs and tries to pry them off, but to no avail as Biggs shows off his true strength by lifting Reckless Jack up and dropping him once again. Biggs holds Reckless Jack in a sitting position, with Reckless Jack continuing to try to get Biggs off of him. Reckless Jack is able to scramble to his knees where he pushes himself up to his feet and begins sending elbows into the face of Biggs, finally breaking the hold. Reckless Jack runs towards the ropes and goes to attack Biggs, but Biggs moves out of the way and grabs Reckless Jack by the head, and tosses him over the ropes sending Reckless Jack rolling to the railing.

Zach Davis: That is gonna hurt.

Shannan Lerch: JJ is bringing the pain.

Reckless Jack hits the railing hard, as Biggs stays in the ring to celebrate what he just did. Reckless Jack gets up while holding his head, as Biggs turns towards him and tells Reckless Jack to get into the ring. An angry Reckless Jack slides into the ring and goes running for a clothesline, but Biggs ducks and applies the waist lock once again. The struggle for control continues, as Reckless Jack is able to push himself back, crushing Biggs in between the middle rope and him. Reckless Jack immediately turns around and begins sending closed fists to the head of Biggs, before slapping him across the face! Reckless Jack backs up and tells Biggs to bring it, and Biggs does as the two begin trading blows with one another. Reckless Jack takes the advantage with a clean kick to the stomach, as he shoves Biggs into the ropes. Reckless Jack delivers a knife-edge chop into the chest of Biggs before sending him down with a Snapmare. Biggs sits up and Reckless Jack delivers a hard kick to the back of Biggs, the kick echoing throughout the arena. Biggs sits there in pain, as Reckless Jack runs towards the ropes behind his opponent and delivers another hard kick to the back. Biggs finally falls to the mat and Reckless Jack quickly taunts before making the cover.

One!

Two!!

No, kick out by Biggs. Reckless Jack then lifts Biggs’s head up and sends straight punches into the head of his opponent. Reckless Jack lifts Biggs up to his feet and shoves him into the corner, and sends hard chop to the chest. Reckless Jack smiles viciously after each chop to the chest, before bending Biggs over with a kick to the stomach. Reckless Jack grabs the head and arm of Biggs before setting him up for a Suplex and lifts him up and slams him down, rolling over into a front facelock.

Shannan Lerch: How did this spot monkey get control of the match?

Zach Davis: By using technical skill.

Shannan Lerch: Pffft.

Reckless Jack holds the submission tight, as Biggs waves his arms trying to find the ropes. Reckless Jack uses his free arm to hit Biggs in the back, trying to knock him out and keep him down. Biggs is resilient though, as he begins to hit Reckless Jack back with punches of his own. Reckless Jack keeps the hold locked in tight though, not wanting Biggs to break the hold. Biggs wraps his arms around Reckless Jack, and then slowly begins to climb up to his feet! Biggss climbs up to his feet with Reckless Jack still holding onto the front facelock, so he runs into the corner and slams Reckless Jack back first into it, but Reckless Jack holds onto the hold! Biggs drives Reckless Jack’s back into it a few more times but Reckless Jack refuses to let go. Biggs carries Reckless Jack into the center of the ring and shows signs of fading as he begins to bend over, allowing Reckless Jack to wrap his legs around his stomach, now applying a Guillotine Choke. Biggs is on both of his knees as Reckless Jack has the submission move locked in, as the referee then goes and checks if Biggs is still able to compete in the match. The referee grabs the wrist of Biggs and lifts it up, and when he lets it go it drops down. The referee signals to the crowd the one count, and then goes at it again as he lifts Biggs’s arm up and let’s go; the arm drops. The referee signals for the second count, but before he can go to check on Biggs for a third time Biggs is up to his feet! Reckless Jack is in complete shock, and Biggs takes advantage of this by ripping Reckless Jack off of his body and slamming him into the mat with a Northern Lights Suplex! Biggs bridges the pin

One!

Two!!

No, Reckless Jack gets the shoulder up in time.

Zach Davis: Close call there.

Shannan Lerch: It was three.

Reckless Jack rolls out of the ring and Biggs soon follows, both lying on the padding facing one another. Biggs is the first to his feet, as Reckless Jack is up there after and the two begin trading blows. Reckless Jack lifts up a knee, sending it into the chest of Biggs, before he goes and attempts to drive Biggs’s head into the railing. Biggs blocks it and begins sending elbows into the stomach and chest area of Reckless Jack, forcing him to let go. Biggs then grabs Reckless Jack and rolls him into the ring, before he goes and follows. Both men get to their feet and Reckless Jack ducks a punch attempt from Biggs, before turning him around and kneeing him in the stomach, and then slamming him down with a Neckbreaker. Reckless Jack goes for the cover, but Biggs kicks out. Reckless Jack stays on the offensive by shooting up to his feet and stomping on downed Biggs. Biggs begins crawling to the corner as Reckless Jack continues to stomp on him, as Biggs gets up to his feet. Reckless Jack grabs Biggs by the stomach and begins ramming him repeatedly into the corner before kicking him in the stomach and bending him over. Reckless Jack brings Biggs into the center of the ring and sets him up for a Suplex, and then goes to pick him up but Biggs is able to keep himself down. Reckless Jack attempts to lift Biggs up for a Suplex once again, but once again Biggs holds his weight down to stay on his feet. Biggs is able to reverse the move and lifts Reckless Jack up in the air for a Vertical Suplex. When it seems like Biggs is going to drop Reckless Jack down, he continues to hold Reckless Jack up in the air, causing the blood to rush to Reckless Jack’s head. Biggs holds Reckless Jack up in the air for a little bit longer before he finally drops him down with a Suplex.

Shannan Lerch: Suplexfest 2006 in progress.

Zach Davis: You know what, you couldn't do a Suplex if you tried.

Biggs rolls to a corner and climbs up to his feet, as he waits for Reckless Jack to follow. When Reckless Jack climbs up to his feet Biggs runs and clotheslines Reckless Jack down, and when Reckless Jack gets back up he clotheslines him down once again. Reckless Jack rolls to a corner and up to his feet and goes running towards Biggs, but Biggs knocks him down with a shoulder block. Biggs then runs towards the ropes, as Reckless Jack rolls to his stomach as Biggs nears him, as Biggs leaps over him and continues to run towards the ropes. Reckless Jack climbs up to his feet and leap frogs a returning Biggs, who bounces on the ropes behind him. Reckless Jack doesn’t turn around, instead he attempts another leapfrog over Biggs, but Biggs stops and Reckless Jack lands on his shoulders! Reckless Jack sits there on Biggs’s shoulders in a panic, as Biggs walks to the nearest turnbuckle and pushes Reckless Jack forward, sending Reckless Jack crashing face first into the top turnbuckle. Reckless Jack doesn’t fall as he stumbles back and turns towards Biggs, who grabs him and lifts him up to slam him down hard with a Spinebuster. Biggs doesn’t make the cover as he stretches his arms to taunt the crowd as he heads over to the corner. Biggs goes between the ropes and onto the apron, where he then proceeds to climb to the top rope. Biggs squats down and looks around the arena, before standing up on his feet. Biggs makes a gesture towards Reckless Jack, before pushing himself off and connecting with a Flying Headbutt into the chest of Reckless Jack! Biggs rolls to his back holding his head, but is slowly able to hook the leg of his opponent.

One!

Two!!

Reckless Jack kicks out before the three.

Zach Davis: Biggs rarely goes up top if ever, but it worked this time.

Shannan Lerch: Anything he does works. The man has made his mark here in WCF in a short amount of time.

Biggs sits up and holds his head as he climbs up to his feet. While holding his head Biggs walks over to Reckless Jack and grabs him by the head and helps him up, and then places Reckless Jack between his legs. Biggs grabs the waist of Reckless Jack and flips him onto his shoulders and then sends Reckless Jack crashing down back first into the mat with a Powerbomb. Biggs seemed to have bridge the move as the referee starts the count, but before he can finish Biggs begins to lift Reckless Jack up and slams him down into the mat with another Powerbomb! Biggs doesn’t bother keeping Reckless Jack down for long as he goes for a third Powerbomb, but Reckless Jack refuses to go down as he begins sending fists into the head of Biggs. Reckless Jack pushes himself forward and flips over, pulling Biggs down with a sunset flip.

One!

Two!!

Biggs kicks out, and on the kickout Reckless Jack pushes Biggs forward, turning him face first to the mat. Reckless Jack locks his legs between the head of Biggs and grabs his waist, as he climbs up to his feet. Reckless Jack lifts Biggs up vertically, and then leaps up and drives Biggs head first into the mat with a Piledriver! Reckless Jack makes a quick cover on Biggs.

One!

Two!!

No, JJ is able to kick out.

Shannan Lerch: JJ needs to get up and end this now.

Zach Davis: Reckless Jack has always been a tough competitor.

Reckless Jack punches the mat and climbs up to his feet and taunts to the crowd, waiting for Biggs to climb up to his feet for 'To The Threshold'. Biggs pushes himself all the way up to his feet, and Reckless Jack grabs Biggs and goes to lift him up for 'To The Threshold', but Biggs floats over. Reckless Jack turns around right into a double chokehold by Biggs. Biggs lifts Reckless Jack up but Reckless Jack breaks the choke and lands on his feet. Biggs goes for a clothesline but Reckless Jack ducks and leaps up wrapping his legs around the other arm of Biggs going for a crucifix, but he is unable to pull Biggs down! Biggs walks with Reckless Jack wrapped around his arms, when he all of a sudden throws him onto his shoulders! Biggs has Reckless Jack in position for a Death Valley Driver, and then pushes Reckless Jack up over his head, but Reckless Jack floats over behind Biggs. He spins Biggs around and lifts him onto his shoulder now. After showing quite the amount of strength already, Jack drops him face first onto his knee.

Zach Davis: A TRIGGER FULL OF PROMISES!!!

Biggs starts to stagger around as Reckless Jack runs off the ropes and hits the Busaiku Knee Kick. Reckless Jack covers.

One!

Two!!

Noooo, Biggs throws Reckless Jack off his shoulders. Reckless Jack thought that was it as he waits for JJ to get to his feet... kicks him in the gut, and hits the Bullet Theory! He goes for another pin!

One.

Two.

Three.

Shannan Lerch: CRAP.

Zach Davis: Reckless Jack is victorious here tonight. He's defeated one ToT member... next stop is Logan.

Shannan Lerch: Logan was victorious tonight, too!

Jack rolls out of the ring, a smug look on his face. He heads to the back.

Television Title Match
AJ Storm vs Davey Ortega vs Thunder vs David Alastair vs The Pac vs Creeping Death

''Who Made Who'' by AC/DC hits as Davey comes out waveing to the fans, and high fiveing people at ringside. He slides in the ring and climbs the turnbuckle, raising his hands up high. A.J. Storm follows closely behind.

You vs Me by the "Horrorpops" starts playing. Gwen, dressed in tight jeans and a tight top, and Mena, dressed in very tight leather pants and a black half shirt with the words Bad Kitty on it and almost showing off her assets, step out and pose a couple of times. The crowd cheers and women scream cause they know who is coming out. Then Mena and Gwen point to the entranceway. Then Pac comes walking out. Pac steps out wearing a pair of long red tights with PAC written down both legs in black glitter, and a black ring robe with sliver glitter on it, with "Exceptional One" written along the back in blue glitter and the crowd goes crazy. Screams from women almost over shout the theme music. Red pyro shots of the stage and they all walk slowly to the ring. As fans try to catch a high five or a hand shake. Pac holds the rope for Gwen and Mena to enter then gets in himself. He walks around taking in the crowd's cheers. Mena takes off Pac's robe. Both women hug and kiss Pac. Then Mena and Gwen get out of the ring. Pac lays out on the turnbuckle and waits for his opponent..

Zach Davis: Should be interesting to see how Pac fairs in his debut.

The beginning of "Moonshield" by In Flames introduces a sheet of light fog, which covers the entrance way. Seen at the right angle, one can manage to see a figure standing behind the fog. About 49 seconds into the song, an entourage of sound hits the WCF Arena as David Alastair (in his hooded trenchcoat) steps out of the fog. As the song continues to play, David then proceeds down the ramp and slides into the ring. David proceeds to taunt on the nearest turnbuckle. He embraces the mixed reactions by extending his arms out and slowly steps off the turnbuckle, awaiting his opponent.

"Money" by Pink Floyd begins to play. As the cash register sound ends and the music begins, Thunder walks towards the ring. He reaches the apron and climbs the turnbuckle, taunting the fans.

Shannan Lerch: The People’s Champion has been on quite a roll lately.

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 "Battery" by Metallica 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, one minute and sixteen 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 hockey mask and his white jersey, 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, takes the hockey mask and jersey off, and then takes a seat on the top turnbuckle, awaiting the match to begin.

Zach Davis: It may be difficult for the champion to retain with so many opponents.

As soon as the bell sounds Storm and Ortega run after Creeping Death. Creeping Death backdrops Storm out to the floor and follows after him. Creeping Death pulls up the padding at hits Storm with an exploder on the concrete floor. Paramedics quickly rush out to take Storm away.

Shannan Lerch: A.J. Storm does not appear to be a factor anymore.

Ortega watches this happen, and is rolled up by The Pac.

1.

2.

Thunder breaks it up. Thunder pulls The Pac up, whips him into the ropes, and hits a spinebuster. He bounces off the ropes, but is pulled out by Creeping Death and hit with a right hand.

Zach Davis: Very hard punch by Creeping Death.

Shannan Lerch: Thunder may have lost a tooth.

Creeping Death charges at Thunder for a shining wizard, but Thunder moves, causing Creeping Death to land back-first on the concrete floor. Thunder begins to lay in kicks.

In the ring, The Pac is about to hit Alastair with One Hit Wonder, a superkick.

Zach Davis: This could be it here.

Alastair ducks and hits the Savior’s Reign, followed by a pin.

1.

2.

broken up by Thunder. As soon as Thunder turns around, Creeping Death hits with For Whom The Bell Tolls.

Shannan Lerch: Well, Creeping Death has got this won.

He covers Thunder.

1.

2.

Ortega breaks it up. Creeping Death is hit with a spear by Ortega as soon as he reaches his feet. Ortega’s advantage doesn’t last long as Thunder hits him with the Thunder and Lightning. He makes the pin.

1.

2.

broken up Creeping Death.

Shannan Lerch: Dammit! Thunder had him!

Zach Davis: Try to stay impartial.

Shannan Lerch: I am.

Alastair sees an opening and hits Creeping Death with The Alastair Jawbreaker. He climbs the top rope.

Zach Davis: He’s going for The Believer’s End.

Thunder reaches his feet, runs up the ropes, and places Alastair on his shoulders.

Shannan Lerch: Thunder’s going to hit him with the Thunder and Lightning off the top rope!

Creeping Death reaches his feet and powerbombs Thunder with Alastair still on his shoulders. The Pac and Ortega are hit by the move as they fall.

Zach Davis: TOWER OF DOOM!!!

Shannan Lerch: Everybody is knocked out!

However, Thunder landed right on top of Alastair. The ref drops and counts the pin.

One.

Two.

Creeping Death is up and goes to break up the pin...

Someone grabs his leg!

Three.

Shannan Lerch: YES!!!

Zach Davis: Thunder has won the Television Title!

The bell rings. Thunder takes both the Television Title and the People's Title and raises them high in the air.

Shannan Lerch: Ladies and gentlemen, we've got a double Champion.

Meanwhile, TORTURE was the one that grabbed CD's leg! He pulls Creeps out from under the bottom rope and throws him hard into the guardrail. He then quickly pulls a chair out from under the ring and SMASHES it into CD's head.

Zach Davis: He must've had that chair planted there earlier, ouch.

Torture then takes his World Title belt and shoves it in CD's face, grinding it against his skin. CD's face is starting to bleed, and the blood is bearing smeared on the belt. Torture laughs and smashes him in the face with it once as the crowd boos like mad.

Shannan Lerch: YAY TORTURE!

Zach Davis: I never thought I'd see the day...

Torture, satisfied with his attack, begins to head to the back. More booing.

Shannan Lerch: That is exactly what Torture is going to do at Revenge!

Zach Davis: We'll see, Shannan, we'll see.

But the Sunday Slam theme hits! Out steps Kyle Steel.

Shannan Lerch: What is HE doing out here!?

Torture doesn't look happy either.

Kyle Steel: Torture, Torture, Torture. You think you're good with that chair, do you?

Torture nods.

Kyle Steel: Well, we'll see how good you are with two other items, too. How do you feel about ladders and tables?

Torture looks a little worried.

Kyle Steel: That's right. Creeping Death made his request before he came out for this match. At Revenge, Torture, you'll defend your belt in a TABLES, LADDERS, AND CHAIRS MATCH!

The crowd roars! Torture, understandably, is not happy. Kyle walks to the back, and the World Champ storms after him.

Shannan Lerch: HE CAN'T DO THAT!

Zach Davis: Yes he can, Shannan! Creeping Death's chances just went up a notch.

Shannan Lerch: Not after that beating Torture just gave him!

Zach Davis: Only time will tell...

Jack of Blades' Representative vs Skyler Striker's Representative Match
Dake Ken vs Danny Vice

The lights in the arena go out, before the first powerful bends from Steve Vai's "Bad Horsie" can be heard over the PA system.

Zach Davis: Main event time, guys.

As the guitar notes stretch in the bends lights from below the stage illuminating the entrance way and part of the ramp. As the notes fade back into a chunking rhythm the lights fade as well. When the second set of bends come in, the lights come back, brighter. They as well fade though as the notes fade back in to the chunking, galloping rhythm. The final time as Vai hits harmonics, and bends them, the lights are pronounced enough to make the entire rampway light up. All goes to black though as the song pauses in silence. As the signature sound of a horse is heard over the speakers the lights come up a bit to make things visible once again. As the songs powerful, low bass line starts up a light on the stage pulses with the bass. Soon the guitar of Steve Vai kicks into action with a heavy galloping rhythm similar to the pervious, and is only accented by the loud pyro that goes along with it. At this point Dake Ken walks out from behind the curtain. Black glasses on, hair looking stylishly unkept, trimmed black beard and black tights with gold designs around his name in gold down the legs. Dake stands in the entryway for a moment, smiling half way, smirking, like he always does.

Shannan Lerch: Blades pick, and I’m not too sure why he bothered with him, Dake Ken.

Zach Davis: I don’t think we need to look for any sort of reason in this whole situation.

He looks out to the crowd, then after the pause, he begins to walk down the ramp. He leisurely walks down the ramp, as though it is nothing more than a walk in the park. When he gets to the ring, he stops again, and looks in the ring. He turns and walks to the stairs and begins to climb them. He slowly climbs the stairs and stands on the apron for a moment. Before stepping in the ring he looks out at the crowd, wipes his feet and steps in through the ropes. He walks, with out any other distraction, to the other side of the ring and hands his glasses to the designated person to give them too. He then grabs on to the top rope, he pulls it as he squats down, stretching him self out. After a moment he returns to a standing position and prepairs to begin business as Steve Vai's guitar fades away into echo. He doesn’t wait for ages before "Rookie" by Boy Sets Fire plays.

Shannan Lerch: And here is the newest Team of Treachery member and current golden boy, Danny ‘The Vagrant’ Vice. Wait, it looks like he’s also got that blonde-haired reject with him, Skyler Striker. Probably here to complain about Jack’s success and the resulting stuff that has happened to him.

Zach Davis: Blades stole his child.

Shannan Lerch: You know I once got rid of a kid. When I say got rid of I meant sold. It was in high school and I managed to get two glue tins and a stained copy of Just Seventeen for him. I think he’s the child of Ted and Teri Jefferson now but you’ll have to ask again when I’ve called the proper people.

Zach Davis: There are just no words to even start with – let’s just call the card.

Two spotlights with strobe-like effects shine at the top of the ramp where Danny "The Vagrant" Vice and Skyler Striker stand. Vice turns to Skyler with a look of pure malice as if to question his appearance while Striker simply tells him that he wants him to do the job correctly. Vice continues to stare at his enemy before eventually, satisfied by his intentions, lets out a loud, raw scream and charges to the ring while Skyler stoically follows and watches on. Vice soon slides in, entering the ring, and gets to his feet before circling his opponent for tonight as the bell rings.

Shannan Lerch: Finally, they go to tie up.

They do lock up in the middle of the ring grappling each other in a contest of ability and raw force. They stumble against each other for a few moments before Dake simply shoves Danny away from the hold and forces him down to the mat with a very gratifying and embarrassing ease as if Vice was nothing more than an amateur. Vice remains on the mat for a few seconds staring upwards as if doubting his own ability while Dake just watches him with little definition in his pose, as if to simply exaggerate the fact that he won the tie up the battle. Danny soon goes back to his feet and once again, returns to a lock with Dake. And, like the last time, Dake manages to gain control and shoves Danny to the ground again. Danny, still maintaining that look of indignation on his face, moves upwards and back into another tie-up with his opponent. Dake, yet again gets control and Vice finds himself planted at the mat. Danny’s irritation gets too much for him as he slaps the mat in visible frustration before once again moving to his feet and locking up a final time. This time, however, Dake manages to push Vice out of the grapple in the fastest time yet causing Danny to roll around the mat in pure temper. Dake laughs at the display somewhat as Vice once again moves upwards and signals to tie up. Dake, feeling elated at his ability, goes to lock up once more only to find his eye jammed inwards by Vice’s favoured thumb. Blinded, Dake throws himself down and tries to rub some feeling back into his harmed appendage. Meanwhile, Vice spits and while the referee attends to Dake, he goes over to a turnbuckle and begins to undo the knotting that keeps the protective cushioning in position. The referee soon goes to reprimand Vice which stops him from illegally removing the padding as he lifts his arms up as if to suggest he didn’t mean to handicap Dake Ken. The referee continues to reprimand Vice before giving up and allowing Danny to follow up on his attack.

Shannan Lerch: Danny Vice showing something out of the Team of Treachery strategies.

Vice goes to the side of Dake as if to arm drag him. However, as he rights both Dake and his body, the ex-New Dynasty member manages to switch himself around and hip toss Vice onto his rear. Seated, Danny roars with frustration only for Ken to kick him in the back. Danny Vice wriggles around favouring his back before clambering on the ropes and back to his feet. He stares at Dake, panting out of frustration and not tiredness, before trying to charge him again. It just ends up with Dake Ken falling to the mat, clutching onto the highest rope, which causes Danny Vice to fall over it, and onto the outside. The camera catches up with Danny Vice who is pulling on his oddly styled hair in protest. Skyler goes to soothe him but he is simply told to shut up. Dake, on the other hand, simply storms the ring trying to rally fan support.

Zach Davis: Dake Ken. Ego extraordinaire. With the ability to back it up.

Shannan Lerch: Dake Ken! That was the kid’s name. Does that mean Dake’s my son?

Zach Davis: Maybe. If you dispel the fact, that he is older than you, than there is a possibility.

Dake continues to cheer at the fans as if to build some momentum. He moves from corner to corner with such movement that the crowd feel something large is going to happen in the match. Soon after, Danny Vice slides into the ring on his stomach waiting to continue the match. Before he can reach a stand though, Dake falls down and grabs onto Danny’s tights before sliding him the full distance and out from the other side. His entrance to the outside is once again captured by the able cameraman and so is his reaction with Danny, filled with rage and irritated, punching thin air and attacking the announce table as if to deject some unused energy.

Shannan Lerch: AHH! I'm scared.

Zach Davis: Don't expect me to help you.

Dake, once again letting his confidence get the better of him, jumps onto a corner and begins shouting at the crowd. We are shown a dramatic angle of this with individual fans reaction. The following shot we get is an enraged Danny Vice rushing Dake from behind with a steel chair. Dake, not one to ignore crowd reaction, realises a surprise assault and manages to duck the attack countering Danny with a Bitch Kick when he turns around. This makes him fall into the turnbuckle as Dake moves to whip him against the opposing one.

Shannan Lerch: Dake, the supposed technical savant, is simply using his power to win this match.

Zach Davis: And why shouldn’t he?

Shannan Lerch: That just seems not right for a New Dynasty member. Surely they’d prefer to use politics.

Zach Davis: Ever the controversial matriarch.

Danny soon finds himself whipped towards the opposite turnbuckle. Of course, this is the post that Danny tampered with previous and as he hits against it, he manages to throw the padding off it and balance a handstand onto the top rope causing the charging Dake to collide with the metal bearing. Danny soon falls behind the knocked out Dake and catches him with a roll-up, placing his legs onto the second rope for the balancing factor.

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Danny Vice wins it as he falls from the cover and raises his hand in celebration. The referee soon raises it as well as Vice begins to demonstrate his win by circling the ring, making sure that every fan can see that he is the recognised winner of the match. He turns around to find Skyler with an upset expression on his face crouched against Dake, checking to see if he is ok. As Vice moves to Skyler, they begin to argue about the means of victory. Such debate is stopped however by the beautiful tone of Ennio Morricone’s ‘Das Duell’ entering the arena.

Shannan Lerch: Daddy’s here!

The camera follows its trail all the way to the ramp when an impressed Hardcore Champion, Blades, is moving down to the ring applauding the efforts of the competitors. He soon jumps through the ropes and with a microphone in hand approaches both Vice and Striker. Striker’s utter fury is totally visible as Vice manages to maintain some restraint over him by clutching his arm but not enough to seem that he is holding him in place for Jack to attack him. Jack of Blades continues to move towards them, stepping over the grounded Dake with little to no concern over his physical state.

Jack of Blades: Looks like I picked the wrong puppet. Oh well, that’s the last time I ever let a midget make a decision for me. Speaking of which, Skyler do you know what to do when they run out of clothes. I’ve been making her wear burlap sacks all week...and before you feathers a’ ruffling and all indignant, listen to this. I’ve taken out a little legal writ on your current state of contendership. ‘If the named party is harmed in any form or fashion by the defending client before their documented encounter, than he, as a result, forfeits any potential and scheduled opportunity for the accolade known as the ‘WCF Hardcore Championship’ as well as agreeing, through any aggressive action or physical attempt, to conform and allow residence of one Jade Striker to the named party in custodial partition.’ Just another pro of having Seth Lerch in your little group of drunkards, right Vice? So there you go, Skyler, pick your poison.

Jack throws the microphone to Skyler Striker who catches it and brings it to his mouth trying to hold back the spew of insults and threats that he feels against Jack of Blades.

Skyler Striker: Want to talk about alliances? Want to talk about friendships? Than at Revenge, the special guest referee for our little match will be none other than the man who proved his worth to me tonight. ‘The Vagrant’ Danny Vice.

Vice’s expression falls into complete disdain but not surprise as a small smirk creeps over Blades face. Skyler holds out the microphone for Blades to take back but grips it tightly as it is removed from him with an effort on Blades’ part.

Jack of Blades: Very well. It’s good to see that Danny has some friends outside of our little splinter group but never fear Vice, you see as much as you enjoy hanging your coat next to the Fury Philanthropist or the Mystery Machine or whatever scary useage of alliteration he’s using this weak as a handle, there is always a group backing you up if you make the right decisions. As long as you make them that is because remember this playground doesn’t handle cliques all that well. Ask Dake down there if you don’t believe me.

Blades quickly exits the ring by throwing himself out through the ropes. Skyler charges at him but fails to catch hold of him. Vice meanwhile just looks away trying not to calculate the ramifications of any alliance or bias on his part in his new duty. The camera once again returns to Jack, laughing wildly at the summit of the entrance ramp while JJ Biggs, Jesper Reisert, Jake Hudson, Blondie B, Logan and Jade Striker all empty from behind the stage with Jade put into the centre just in front of Logan. Skyler, completely enraged, begins screaming at all of them while the camera zooms onto a wondering Vice, his glare looking down to the mat trying to find some answers in the event that just took place.

Zach Davis: Ladies and gentlemen, this all concludes at Revenge. See you then.

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