Sunday Slam Intro
Miguel Sanchez vs Synn vs Davey Ortega
Lifeline vs The Wal-Mart Liberation Front
Tag Titles: Skyler Striker/Thunder vs Disorder by Design
Creeping Death/Reckless Jack vs Logan/Torture
Special Announcement

WCF Sunday Slam Intro

The screen is all black before white words appear.



Glasgow Megasnake by Mogwai hits, and the 30th edition of Sunday Slam is on the air! The crowd cheers as the camera gets them all in, screaming and acting like idiots. We go to ringside with Zach and Shannan.

Zach Davis: Welcome to the first Sunday Slam following Revenge, and the first Sunday Slam leading up to One!

Shannan Lerch: I can't wait, Zach.

Zach Davis: Me neither. And all the men from One's main event will be in the ring, as Creeping Death teams with Reckless Jack to take on Logan and Torture!

Shannan Lerch: I've heard that this is the first time Creeping Death and Reckless Jack have teamed up, which would be interesting. But Logan and Torture will wipe the floor with those little high flying monkeys anyway.

Zach Davis: That is, if Logan and Torture can POSSIBLY co-exist. At all.

Shannan Lerch: They will. They better.

Zach Davis: We have a Tag Titles match tonight, with Skyler Striker and Thunder taking on Biggs and Vice, Disorder by Design.

Shannan Lerch: Striker and Thunder aren't even a real team, how could they hope to win?

Zach Davis: Striker's surely furious with Vice after what we saw at Revenge, and Thunder is motivated to become WCF's first Champion to hold three Titles at once.

Shannan Lerch: That would be quite the feat, but let's just see.

Zach Davis: We have another tag match, with the debuting Lifeline facing the debuting Wal Mart Liberation Front. The WMLF has been succesful outside of WCF, so we need to see if their success will carry over to here.

Shannan Lerch: And in our opening match, newcomers Miguel Sanchez and Synn fight, along with Davey Ortega.

Zach Davis: Let's get to the wrestling!

Miguel Sanchez vs Synn vs Davey Ortega

Pain Redefined by Disturbed begins to boom through the arena. Not long after, Miguel Sanchez walks down the stage and onto the ramp with a robe on and a hood on his head. He goes down the ramp slowly and approaches the steel ring steps. He walks up slowly. At the top of the steps he takes off the hood and crosses himself with his fingers. He then walks onto the apron and into the ring. He takes off the black robe and begins to stretch.

"Souls Arise" by The Anarchists begins to play over the PA system. Synn walks out onto the stage and slowly raises his arms to his side. Flames begin shooting out to the side and behind him. As Synn throws his arms up, a huge blast of fire explodes on the back of the stage. Synn begins to walk down the ramp and climbs up onto the ring apron. He steps over the top rope and walks to the middle of the ring. Synn closes his eyes and once again raises his arms above his ring as fire begins to blast out behind each turnbuckle.

"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.

Zach Davis: All three competitors are in the ring now.

Shannan Lerch: Here we go!

The bell sounds. All three men are weary of each other, until Sanchez makes the first move, attacking Synn. He hits a few forearms to Synn's back before throwing him to the ropes. Sanchez then bounces himself off the opposite ropes and hits a Front Dropkick with incredible impact.

Zach Davis: OUCH!

Shannan Lerch: Great move by Miguel Sanchez.

Sanchez is on his feet, but Ortega is behind him. Ortega runs, grabs his head and hits a Bulldog, sending Sanchez down to the mat. Ortega then quickly kicks him out of the ring. Davey turns to Synn and picks him up before executing a big Belly to Belly Suplex.

Zach Davis: Synn isn't faring too good in this match.

Shannan Lerch: Davey Ortega is a former General Manager of Slam, and he definitely wants to get this win.

Sanchez is back in the ring, however. He tackles Ortega down and hits him with a few punches before Ortega forces himself up. The two trade blows before Sanchez ducks a Clothesline and follows up with a stiff kick to the gut. Ortega drops to one knee, Sanchez runs and hits a Shining Wizard!

Zach Davis: That move always looks amazing, but Sanchez hit it good.

Ortega drops down and Sanchez rolls him up.



NO! Ortega gets the shoulder up.

Shannan Lerch: He isn't so easy to beat!

Sanchez goes to pick him up, but Synn is back, hitting him from behind. Sanchez almost shrugs it off, turning around and hitting another stiff kick, this time to Synn. Synn stumbles back and Sanchez pulls him in, hitting a Tiger Driver! The crowd ooh's. Sanchez gets up and signals that he's ending it.

Zach Davis: What's he gonna bust out?

He climbs to the top rope, and flies down with a Swanton Bomb!

Shannan Lerch: He calls that the Sinner Fly!

Zach Davis: How'd you know that?

Shannan Lerch: I just did.

Sanchez pins Synn.




Zach Davis: Miguel Sanchez gets the win in his debut match.

Sanchez slides out of the ring after getting his hand raised and heads to the back.

Lifeline vs The Wal-Mart Liberation Front

"Riot" by Three Days Grace hits and green and white spotlights begin flashing and circling the stage area. White smoke begins pouring onto the entrance and it is impossible to see anything until Jayden and Dylan appear on stage. They hi-fove and Jayden sprints to the ring eagerly, sliding in and giving the Lifeline sign to the crowd while Dylan walks calmly up the stairs and into the ring. The two meet in the centre and both give a Crucifix pose and the Lifeline sign before going to the turnbuckles and posing again for the crowd.

Zach Davis: New tag team number one making their in ring debut here tonight.

Shannan Lerch: Yep, Lifeline looks to be good.

“Bring Tha Noise” by Public Enemy fills the arena as it goes dark. A fog envelops the entrance way as we see images on the tron screen. When the chorus hits, pyro explodes from the stage as strobe lights have kicked in on the ramp. David Alastair (in his hooded trenchcoat) steps out of the pyro with Craig right beside him. David spreads his arms outward and stays like that until the chorus comes in. Craig stands on the stage and raises his arms in the air. When they are on the ramp way, Craig and David Alastair stop and throw their arms out into a cross like manner. Red and Gold pyro explodes down the ramp way as they continue on their way to the ring. Craig and David enter the ring and head up on the turnbuckles, making the cross with their arms. Craig hops down and head bangs to the music as David hops down takes his hooded trenchcoat off. They then wait…

Shannan Lerch: Dumbest Tag Team Name in the history of professional wrestling, I think so.

Zach Davis: Well, I have heard worse but it's not the name, it's what they can do.

Looks like David and Dylan will be starting this one off as the bell rings. David is attacking Dylan with a flurry of elbows to the face. Dylan is knocked back into the ropes, leaning against them as David Clotheslines him out of the ring. The crowd cheers as David raises his arms in the air. Dylan gets off the floor and walks around on the outside of the ring with Jayden talking to him. Dylan gets back into the ring as David allows him to do so with no cheap shots. David does go back on the attack once Dylan is standing back on his feet. Dylan is able to fire back with a well placed kick to the mid section. Dylan lifts David up for a Death Valley Driver but David reverses to a Cruifix pinning move.



No, Dylan is able to kick out of the move. David rolls over to his corner and tags in Craig as Dylan tags in Jayden.

Zach Davis: Both men have tired their hands so begins two new wrestlers in the match.

Shannan Lerch: You bet.

Craig enters the ring the same time as Jayden. Shultz claps his hands over his head to get the crowd on there feet. The two men begin to pace the ring and soon meet in the center with a lock up. They push each other back and forth around the ring. Soon Craig gains the advantage and forces Jayden into the corner. The ref quickly moves in for the break and Craig Shultz releases cleanly. Jayden then cheaply charges out of the corner and drives his shoulder into the stomach of Craig Shultz and drives him into the opposite side of the ring turnbuckle. Jayden then backs up and shoots his shoulder into the gut of Craig. Jayden goes for another, but Shultz leaps up onto the back of Jayden and rolls him up for a quick two count. Both men are quickly back to there feet and Shultz quickly grabs Jayden up and hip tosses him over. Jayden staggers right back up and again Jayden is hip tossed over. Jayden stumbles back up and quickly retreats to the ropes before Craig can launch him over again, but Shultz is quickly after him and sends a stiff chop to the chest of Jayden as Jayden lays against the ropes. Jayden holds his chest in pain and turns and begins to stumble towards his corner but Craig grabs him by the arm to stop him from making the tag and turns him around. Jayden thinks quickly though and sends foot to the head of Shultz.

Shannan Lerch: Nice kick.

Zach Davis: Indeed.

Craig grabs his face in pain as Jayden quickly makes the tag. Jayden then turns around and grabs the arm of Craig and twists it as Dylan climbs up top and then jumps off with a double ace handle smash to the shoulder of Craig. Craig falls to one knee and holds his shoulder in pain as Dylan and Jayden mock David from across the ring. David steps through the ropes but quickly the ref stops him. Lifeline then quickly turn around and begin stomping on Craig, which causes David to try and push through the ref. As the ref continues to try and force David back into his corner Jayden lifts Craig up in the air and then drives him down groin first across the knee of Dylan. Jayden quickly retreats from the ring as Dylan makes the cover. The ref turns back to the action.



Craig kicks out. Dylan quickly gets up and argues with the ref about how long he took to make the count as Craig rolls towards the ropes. Craig begins to pull himself up on the ropes and is soon to his feet. Dylan turns around and goes to grab Charlie by the wrist but is instead met with a right hand to the face. Dylan stumbles back and goes to grab Craig again, but is again caught with a right hand. Dylan stumbles back again and Craig takes a step towards him, but before he can move more Jayden runs along the ring apron and takes Craig down with a clothesline!

Zach Davis: Lifeline is in control.

Shannan Lerch: Yes they are.

David begins screaming at the ref about the interference and the ref waves him off as he warns Jayden about the interferance. Jayden moves back to the corner and places his hand on the turnbuckle as Dylan moves back to Craig and begins stomping away at the face of Craig. Soon Dylan stops and just steps on the face of Craig and reaches for the tag to Jayden. Dylan exits the ring and Jayden steps in and kicks lightly at Craig mockingly. Craig then rolls out of the ring to get air. Craig leans against the ring apron to catch his breath as Jayden mocks him from in the ring, this ends up as a bad mistake as Craig grabs the legs ofJayden and pulls him out of the ring. Craig then pushes Jayden back first into the ring apron and follows it up with a stiff chop to the chest. Jayden grabs his chest in pain and tries to move away but Craig quickly grabs Jayden by the arm and takes him to the announcers table and slams him head first on the table. Jayden turns around holding his head in pain as Craig stands there breathing deeply trying to get back into this fully. Craig then hooks Jayden up and sends him over with a snap suplex on the floor. Craig gets back to his feet and taunts to the crowd to a nice pop, but then turns around from a running flipping senton from off of the ring apron from Dylan!

Shannan Lerch: Man, the WMLF needs to get their head out of their ass.

Zach Davis: From what I heard, this is Craig's first match in months, could be a case of ring rust.

The three men are out on the outside as David enters the ring. The ref tries to stop David from adding to the carnage, but David just pushes him away and watches as the three men begin to get back to there feet. David now runs against the ropes and bounces off and runs towards the three men outside. David leaps up and springboards off of the top rope with a Shooting Star Press onto all three men! Everyone is out on the floor, but David soon slaps his hand on the front of the announcers and pulls himself up to a huge pop from the crowd. David screams out his adrenaline and then lifts Dylan up to his feet and rolls him in the ring. David then climbs up on the apron and waits as Dylan stumbles up to his feet. David then goes to leap up for a springboard but Jayden quickly grabs David by the legs causeing David to slam face first onto the ring apron. Jayden points to Dylan in the ring and then to his head, but Dylan is pointing behind Jayden. Jayden doesn't understand what his partner is telling him and he turns around, right into a Lariat from Craig!

Zach Davis: Oh snap.

Shannan Lerch: I wish the random Japanese guy was here.

Zach Davis: Why?

Shannan Lerch: So he could say LARRRRITTTTOOOOOOOO!!!!!~!~!~!!@!

Craig goes into the ring and takes a breather. Dylan tries to go back onto the attack but to no avail as Craig reverses a Superkick into a Release German Suplex. Both men are down as Jayden is finally back in the ring as well. Lifeline try their best efforts to stop the tag but no, Craig tags in David Alastair. David springboards into a Clothesline that takes down Dylan. David is back up and kicks Jayden in the gut and follows with a STO! David yells out to the crowd as Craig is finally standing up on the ring apron. Dylan blindsides David from behind. David goes down to the mat as Craig enters the ring. The ref has lost control and has given up by now. Craig grabs Dylan from behind and gives him a Dragon Suplex. Dylan holds his neck in pain as Jayden is back up and hits a Backcracker on Craig. David is back up and hits Jayden from behind with a Pumphandle Piledriver. David goes to the top rope but Dylan catches him!

Shannan Lerch: This won't end good for someone.

Zach Davis: I concur.

Dylan goes to the top but David is able to push him off. Craig gets back to his feet as Dylan gets right back up, only to get a Spinebuster. David looks at the crowd and flies off the top rope with the Believers End!

Zach Davis: SAM WALTON KILLA!!!!

David goes for a cover.



Craig stops Jayden from breaking it up.


Shannan Lerch: We have winners! The Wal-Mart Liberation Front are victorious in their WCF tag team debut!

The WMLF roll out from the ring, heading to the back.

Tag Titles Match
Skyler Striker/Thunder vs Disorder by Design

Zach Davis: Our Tag Championship match is next!

Shannan Lerch: This will be interesting. The tag champs vs. a team who may or may not co-operate.

Money" by Pink Floyd begins to play. As the cash register sound ends and the music begins, Thunder walks towards the ring, People’s Title on one shoulder and Television Title on the other. He reaches the apron and climbs the turnbuckle, taunting the fans.

Zach Davis: Thunder has the chance to wear a third title around his waist tonight!

Shannan Lerch: Imagine that… People’s, Television and Tag titles all around one waist. That would be a hard feat to reproduce.

The arena lights blaze a bright white and the operatic voices of Epica’s “The Last Crusade” hit the arena. As the guitar of Mark Jansen starts up, the lights flash twice and flick off, leaving the arena black. The guitar hits twice again, and the lights also flash twice before shutting off. Every time the guitar nails the two power chords, the lights flash, until the voice die down, and the guitar fades into one long note. That long note enters into Trivium’s “The Crusade” instrumental. It is here that Skyler Striker appears on stage, dressed in his slashed and torn maroon pants and unbuttoned maroon shirt, his sunglasses still on. Around his waist is the Hardcore Championship. He walks to the ring, discards his glasses, and jumps to the apron, letting out a warcry before hopping in. “The Crusade Has Begun” flashes on the video screen before all the music dies down, the lights return to normal, and Skyler stands still, staring at Thunder, who stares straight back.

Shannan Lerch: I smell tension!

Zach Davis: No, that’s just the crowd.

"Duality" by Slipknot hits as JJ Biggs and Danny "The Vagrant" Vice walk out to a cloud of smoke. Just as the drums kick in JJ lifts one fist directly in the air as Danny throws up his double SuFi and the pyrotechnics fire three huge shots into the air. The duo walk to the ring then pose on the turnbuckles in opposing corners before turning to look at Thunder and Striker.

Shannan Lerch: Four of the five WCF Championships and four of our five champions are in this ring.

Zach Davis: Yeah, good point. This isn’t going to be a minor confrontation.

All four men square off, Thunder and Vice watching their partners to make sure they don’t immediately attack each other.

Shannan Lerch: Vice and Striker look like they don’t want to wait until One!

The bell rings and the referee holds up the tag championships. Vice and Striker back out of the ring to let Thunder and Biggs start. Thunder dashes at Biggs but Biggs dodges and grabs Thunder in a front headlock, pulling him to the corner and tagging in Vice. Vice climbs to the top and Biggs lifts Thunder into a dominator position, where Danny jumps and hits a leg drop, forcing Biggs to drop forward and hit an inverted front powerslam on Thunder.

Zach Davis: Here’s that teamwork that Vice and Biggs pull off so well.

Shannan Lerch: It’s all about the teamwork. That’s why it’s the TEAM of Treachery.

Vice drops a few boots to Thunder’s back and puts his head on the ring ropes, grabbing the top rope himself and standing on Thunder’s back, pulling up on the ropes and choking Thunder. The referee goes and counts to four and Vice lets go, grinning evilly at Thunder, who is gasping for air. Vice lifts him up and whips him into the ropes, running backwards and hitting a springboard elbow on Thunder as he returns. Vice hits the second rope again and nails a moonsault on Thunder before dropping down for the pin., Thunder kicks out.

Zach Davis: Close call there.

Shannan Lerch: Lucky.

Vice moves to tag in Biggs but Thunder catches him with a drop toehold and springs towards his corner, tagging in Striker. Striker lets loose on Vice, stomping all over him before lifting him with a scoop slam. He hits the ropes and hits a running knee drop, which he rolls out of and comes off the ropes again with a handspring splash. Striker stands and hits a spinning leg drop to Vice before going to the top rope and hitting a diving leg drop on the throat of Vice.

Zach Davis: Striker is on fire here!

Shannan Lerch: Ah, but if you stay on fire, you burn out.

Striker hits the ropes and hits a springboard leg lariat on vice as he stands and finally goes for the pin,, Vice kicks out. Striker pulls Vice to his feet and whips him into the ropes, but Vice grabs the ropes and stops himself. Striker runs at him but Vice ducks and holds the ropes down and Striker goes tumbling to the outside. Vice quickly moves to Thunder in the corner and taunts him, daring him to come in, and as Thunder tries to enter and stop this, Biggs jumps down from the corner and grabs Striker’s arm, lifting him and whipping it around the metal post in the corner, and he continues this three more times until the referee finally sees what is going on. Biggs gets back in the corner and Vice tags him in, and as Biggs gets in the ring, Vice throws Striker in as well, and Biggs lays the boots onto Striker’s left arm.

Zach Davis: Good ring psychology there, targeting one part of the body.

Shannan Lerch: Biggs has the experience, he IS a former world champion.

Striker yells out in pain and Biggs lifts Striker, grabbing his arm and standing to the side and facing Striker, dropping backwards to the mat, stretching Striker’s arm across his own chest. Biggs goes for the pin,, Thunder enters the ring and breaks up the pin. Biggs pushes Thunder on the chest and the referee goes to break the two men up, and Vice quickly ascends the corner and hits a diving spear on Striker, who has risen momentarily only to get thrown backwards by the force of the spear.

Zach Davis: Vice driving the air out of Striker’s stomach!

Shannan Lerch: End it now, Biggs!

Biggs grabs Striker and pulls him to his feet and Vice goes to the top, and Biggs tags Vice before hitting a backbreaker on Striker, holding him in position as Vice hits the Halo corkscrew leg drop across Striker’s throat.

Shannan Lerch: And there you have it! Chaos Theory! My boys have it now.

Zach Davis: Impressive maneuvre, I’ll give you that.

Vice drops to the mat and hooks Striker’s leg, 1..2..3NO! Striker kicks out and Vice cannot believe it.

Zach Davis: So much for being over!

Shannan Lerch: Again! Do it again, Vice!

Vice ascends to the top rope and nails the Halo a second time, and covers Striker again, 1..2..3NO! Striker kicks out again and Vice is furious. Vice locks in the Vicelock on Striker on the mat but Striker grabs the ropes almost instantly, and Thunder rushes in to make sure the hold does not last any longer than necessary. Vice goes and begins trading blows with Thunder, and Biggs steps in to attack Striker, but Striker catches him off guard and hits him with a drop toehold, and follows up by grabbing his arm and nailing the Final Revelation on Biggs. Vice throws Thunder out of the ring and turns only to get nailed with a Final Revelation of his own from Striker, and Striker ascends, letting out a warcry and hitting his 630 Senton finisher, Crusade’s End. Striker quickly follows and applies the Fortify Lockdown submission, and Vice has no choice but to tap out after twenty seconds of fighting it.

Zach Davis: New champions! New champions! Striker and Thunder pulled it off!

Shannan Lerch: That wasn’t fair, Biggs wasn’t the legal man! Striker shouldn’t have attacked him!

Striker collapses to the mat with relief and Vice rolls out of the ring, unbelieving.

Zach Davis: I don't believe this! Striker has gotten the better of Vice, and Thunder now holds THREE Titles!

Striker slowly stands and grabs a mic from ringside. Thunder and Biggs remain semi-conscious on the outside of the ring, and Vice is staring at Striker with a look of hate on his face.

Skyler Striker: I knew that contract would come back to haunt me. So at WCF One, Skyler Striker and Danny Vice will go at it yet again. How many matches have we had now, Danny? How many fights? In all of our time in the WCF, you haven’t been able to touch me. I am 3 to 1 over you, and the only match you managed to win was when you had Jack of Blades on your side. What makes you think One will be any different?

Vice lets loose and rushes into the ring, and his anger fuels him enough to gain advantage over Striker by ducking under the attempted clothesline and nail the Outcast on Striker. Vice goes to the outside and grabs a steel chair. He brings it back into the ring and he opens the chair, sliding Striker’s leg into it. With Striker in too much pain to remove it, Vice climbs to the top rope and dives through the air with the Halo, connecting with the chair which closes on Striker’s left leg. Striker yells out in agony and Vice smiles to the crowd, going to the top rope again and nailing a second Halo. He repeats the action a third time at which point the chair is too bent to allow four a fourth Halo. The boos raining down are massive and Vice soaks it in.

Zach Davis: Three Halos onto a chair, crushing Striker’s leg. He’s lucky if it’s not broken.

Shannan Lerch: That is payback for taking the Hardcore Championship from Blades.

Vice grabs a mic from ringside and kneels down beside Striker, removing the Hardcore title from his waist and holding it beside him as he speaks.

Danny Vice: Enjoy your reign while it lasts, Striker. More blood will be spilled by The Vagrant at One – if you can make it. Next Slam, there’s going to be a contract signing. At WCF One, Danny Vice vs. Skyler Striker.

Vice begins to put the mic down before hitting his forehead with his palm as if he remembered something.

Danny Vice: Also, Striker. Don't forget since you picked the big ladder match, it's The Vagrant's turn to pick the match. And The Vagrant has only one in mind... Hell in a Cell.

‘Rookie’ hits again and the crowd go insane. Vice drapes the Hardcore Championship over Striker and exits the ring, leaving via the entranceway. Striker is attended to by the medics and carried out on a stretcher.

Zach Davis: As if they haven’t spilled enough blood already! I know we’ve said this before, but either Striker or Vice will be severely injured by the time they leave that match.

Shannan Lerch: Looks like Striker beat Vice to it. He’s the one being carried out on a stretcher.

Creeping Death/Reckless Jack vs Logan/Torture

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 Fozzy's "Enemy". 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.

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: RJ and CD are ready to go.

Shannan Lerch: What? I've never heard you use initials?

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.

Zach Davis: Standing in the ring now is Logan..

Shannan Lerch: A Former World Champion..

Rockstar by Cypress Hill hits.

Zach Davis: Now...THE World Champion...

Torture comes out by himself. He stands on the stage before walking down to the ring. He slides in and stands next to Logan. Which is odd in it's own right. All four men know they get the chance to beat the living fuckin' shit out of each other, but all of them know that this is business. Tonight isn't about the World Title. It's about ratings, and how Kyle Steel makes lame Tag matches. They don't want to hurt the precious match that is somehow making some sort of ratings. Either way, the four men know.. this is just the tag match. Reckless starts out with CD standing on the apron. Torture walks to the apron and then jumps down to the ground. Title still around his waist. Logan questions the move, but starts out anyway.


The match begins.

Shannan Lerch: Here we go.

Reckless Jack is quick to the offense. Punches away, causing Logans back to reel against the ropes. RJ throws Logan to the ropes and with the bounce from the ropes, delivers a small clothesline knocking Logan to his back. RJ picks him up and throws him to the corner to deliver some more punches. RJ lifts up his hand for the tag. CD jumps to the ground.

Shannan Lerch: What is Creeping Death doing??

Zach Davis: I have no idea... Reckless Jack doesn't know either?

RJ yells at CD, and Death just dismisses it altogether.

Shannan Lerch: We all know they can't get along, and no one is going to try and hide it.

Logan lowblows RJ and pushes him to his back. A slingshot to the turnbuckle for RJ and his face. RJ turns around and Logan delivers a boot to the gut followed by a DDT. Logan looks in his corner, and Torture is still standing on the ground, title around his waist, and arms crossed at his chest. Face full of determination. Logan turns back to RJ and focus'. Logan lifts him up and hits a suplex, then a pile driver, then a powerbomb. He pins. The ref gets to two.

Zach Davis: Nearfall!

Logan lifts up RJ for some sort of bodyslam, and the legs of RJ hits the ref in the face causing him to roll out of the ring. Creeping Death notices the oppertunity and quickly grabs a chair. He slides in delivering the sickest chair shot to the back of Logans head! He then swings away at Reckless Jack! Torture... still stands there.


Creeping Death then grabs Reckless Jack and throws him to the corner. Creeping Death now gets on top of Logan and punches away! Torture unlatches the World Title and drops it on the mats. He slides in and begins to punch away at Reckless Jack! CD grabs Logan and throws him out of the ring. Reckless Jack just rolls out of the ring from all the punches. Torture backs up to the center of the ring. Creeping Death does as well... they hit backs. The crowd stands up. They turn around slowly. Creeping Death and Torture are face to face. The crowd is going crazy.

Zach Davis: Creeping Death KNOWS he had Torture's number at Revenge, and this is a hot, hot feud.

Creeping Death is talking smack, as he should, and Torture is looking at him. They both look to the crowd. CD begins to talk more smack. Torture then smiles. CD's had enough! He strikes first! Torture strikes back! CD and Torture land lefts and rights, punching back and forth! Right then and there, Logan clotheslines Torture to the ground. Reckless Jack knocks Creeping Death down on his face. The ref wakes up and rolls into the ring.


Shannan Lerch: It's over?!?!

Zach Davis: A no contest? Jesus christ!

The ref gets in the middle of Torture and RJ's battle-punches, but Torture turns to the ref and clocks him clean! The crowd boo's loud! The ref hits his back with his nose broken and all. RJ battles back at Torture. The ref rolls out of the ring. More refs and officials come down the ramp. About ten in all. They try to break up the four men in the ring fighting back and forth! Torture takes a ref and throws him over the ropes, while the other three men just let the refs do their job. Torture launches at Logan in a corner! CD and RJ launch at each other in the middle of the ring. More fighting ensues! Another ref gets taken out by Torture. CD grabs a ref and just moves him out of the way. More fighting once again. Finally the refs have all four men in a corner. Right then and there....


Steel walks out onto the stage.

Shannan Lerch: Finally some order comes around..

Kyle Steel: I've had enough! I know making this tag match was just asking too much, and I should have known it would have came to this. As for Torture not wanting to participate in this Tag Match entirely, is just showing no respect to WCF Fans, and myself! Unprofessional, and for that, you're being fined for ten thousand dollars!

Zach Davis: Whoa! I can understand a small fine, but ten thousand dollars?!

Shannan Lerch: What!? Not Torture!

A loud pop from the crowd.

Kyle Steel: As for the rest of you.. well, I can't stop you now. Staff members and officials... let them go! Give the crowds a show!

The refs drop out of the ring. Torture, Logan, Reckless Jack and Creeping Death hit the middle of the ring with a million swings and punches!

Zach Davis: Oh my! We're out of time fans!

All four men fight away against each other as the scene fades out.

Special Announcement

Seth Lerch is sitting in his office, with a smirk on his face.

Seth Lerch: Yes, fans, there is a reason that this show was supposed to be aired over a week ago, and wasn't. You see, Kyle Steel and the rest of that stupid committee have been finding themselves in a bit of legal trouble. I can't go into the details here, of course, but I can tell you this. You're looking at your soon-to-be new owner of WCF... me. Seth Lerch.

If this was aired live, the crowd would be booing.

Seth Lerch: When will these legal issues be resolved? I don't know. When will WCF be back? I don't know. Who will be with us, and who won't be? Don't know that either. But we'll be back, and with ME back in charge. See you all soon.

Seth smirks, again, and the scene fades to black as the copyright logo appears on the bottom of the screen.