Sunday Slam Intro
Jack of Blades/Logan Segment
Jason Briggs vs Mike Ragnal vs Kencedro
Jesper Reisert Segment
Lifeline vs The Alliance of Violence
Skyler Striker Segment
JJ Biggs/Conrad Howell Segment
People's Title: Chris Avery vs Thunder
Danny Vice Segment
Silvio Megala vs Creeping Death
Lawnmower Jones/JJ Biggs vs Bobby Cairo/Conrad Howell
Sunday Slam Intro
Sitting by M83, the new Sunday Slam theme, blasts as we come on the air! The fans are anything but sitting, themselves, and are on their feet and cheering their hearts out. We go to the announcers for the evening.
Zach Davis: Welcome to the first Slam following One! I'm Zach Davis, here with Shannan Lerch.
Shannan Lerch: What an incredible PPV that was, Zach. We have a new World Champion, and his name is Jack of Blades.
Zach Davis: That is correct. In one of the most fantastic World Title matches we have ever seen, Jack of Blades defeated the Face of Treachery, Logan, to win the vacant World Title.
Shannan Lerch: I'm curious to hear about the status of their friendship. When the match began, they were completely on the same page. But as the match progressed, Logan seemed to lose his temper, and Jack got into his head and lead him along. But at the end, there was a handshake between the two.
Zach Davis: Neither man has match tonight, but hopefully we hear from them regardless.
Shannan Lerch: Two other men who don't have matches are Skyler Striker and Danny Vice. I'm not sure, but I'd bet they're both still in the hospital after what they put each other through in the Hell in a Cell match.
Zach Davis: In the end, it was Skyler Striker making Danny Vice pass out in the Lockdown that finished the match. Neither man would be pinned, neither man would give up. Again, I hope we hear from one of them tonight... yes, if they're not in the hospital.
Shannan Lerch: Who we DO have in a match, tonight, however, is the returning former World Champion, Bobby Cairo! He's teaming with Conrad Howell, the number one contender to the Television Title, to take on Lawnmower Jones and JJ Biggs.
Zach Davis: This is an interesting matchup. Jones was minding his own business when Cairo showed up and disrupted things, and it quickly got violent between the two. Because of Cairo, Jones lost the match to Howell. That is where Biggs comes in, as he is the new Television Champion. This should be good.
Shannan Lerch: We have the man known as Silvio Megala making his WCF in ring debut up against Creeping Death. At One, Megala made a simple, honorable request: No more excessive violence in WCF. And immediately following that, Creeping Death used excessive violence to take out three promising young stars.
Zach Davis: Creeping Death, of course, is no fan of "n00bs" and will surely be happy to take Megala on. I can't wait to see how this guy wrestles.
Shannan Lerch: We have a People's Title match tonight, with Thunder defending against Chris Avery. Avery and Thunder were both unsuccesful at One, but will be giving it their all tonight.
Zach Davis: We've got a Tag Titles contendership match, with the Alliance of Violence taking on Lifeline. For one reason or another, we haven't seen Lifeline in quite a bit. But here they are. Let's see if this new tag team has what it takes.
Shannan Lerch: If One is any indication, they certainly do.
Zach Davis: And finally, in our opening match, we have the debuts of Jason Briggs and Mike Ragnal. Also in this match is the returning Kencedro.
Shannan Lerch: That should be interesting. That Kencedro's a crazy fellow, always appearing and disappearing and etc.
Zach Davis: Well at any rate, that match is up next!
Shannan Lerch: ...Or is it?
Jack of Blades/Logan Segment
The camera cuts away to the ring where Dys, Jack's latest beau, is standing with a microphone. By association, she receives a negative reaction by most whereas some of the more sexually charged member of the crowd give her wolf-whistles.
Shannan Lerch: I wonder what this could be about.
Zach Davis: Is that a hint of sarcasm I hear in your voice, Lerch?
The camera draws closer to Dys who waits for a few moments allowing the boos to dissipate and die. She eventually brings the microphone to her lips and in true announcer award-ceremony fashion, beings to speak.
Dys: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome your newest Wrestling Championship Federation Champion: Logan!
The crowd who had been building up to a greater cacophony of boos at the expected arrival of Jack of Blades, turns and whispers a collective 'What The Fuck?' before hearing the tunes of 'The Struggle of Within' hit the speakers, which invoke the aforementioned boos. True to her word, Dys applauds the arrival of Logan, looking extremely satisfied with himself, wearing the intimated title belt across his waist. The camera catches a few glimpses of Dys elated with Logan's supposed achievement before cutting to Logan making his way down the ring. He slaps a few hands of fans in celebration while the camera has a few quick cuts to audience members asking one another 'What's going on?' and others with complete shocked expressions. As Logan moves to the ring, he holds onto to one of the numerous photographers that always mill around taking money shots. Logan requests, rather forcibly, that he take his picture with the title what with him winning his successive fifth title reign. The cameraman slyly complies somewhat worried about the current state of Logan's mental facilities. The Face of Treachery thanks him and moves onto the steel steps before noticing a sign or some other attraction in the audience. Logan points at it and then breaks into laughter as if involved in some hidden interplay with an audient. He soon carries on and into the ring where is greeted by a giant hug from Dys.
Zach Davis: Logan, obviously in a jovial mood after his 'title win:.'
Shannan Lerch: Zach, was I drinking much during the One main event?
Zach Davis: No more than usual.
Dys hands the microphone over to Logan who in turn brings it to his mouth to speak. Before he can however, 'Forsaken' by David Draiman, hits the sound system perturbing the supposed champion. The crowd, although somewhat confused by the change in entrance music soon pan their visions to the ramp where a irate Jack of Blades is making his way to the ring. He soon slides in and to his feet where he meets a stoic Logan in a stare. The crowd explodes with the promise of another Blades/Logan encounter but is sorely disappointed as they both bursts into smiles and giggles. Logan politely hands over the title to Blades, which he rests on his shoulder, while taking a microphone into his hand.
Jack of Blades: Two things of note happened at 'One.' I fulfilled some fledgling prophecy by securing my premier world title reign. And secondly, and this is perhaps of an even higher importance: the WCF collectively bent down, took a metaphorical pen, dabbed it in some ink and signed its death warrant by even allowing me anywhere near this belt.
The crowd begins to chant 'You Suck' at the current World Champion with zeal. Blades stops talking allowing the chants to envelop the arena. Blades simply looks around at the faithful gathering of WCF audience members before passing the microphone over to Logan, who speaks with relish.
Logan: SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP!
The microphone is soon passed over to Blades after Logan has silenced the crowd in its entirety.
Jack of Blades: You see, I never had any wish for titles or accolades when I signed my contract. I wanted to prove that this sport, the sport of professional wrestling, and by extension the WCF, was a diseased entity twisting the realms of the fictional and reality so far that even my very obtuse recognition can find no comfort in it. That is the same reason I spent my early months torturing an anorexic, it is the same reason that I joined Logan's brigade, and that is the same reason why a month ago, I assaulted that closet whelp that sits announcing the action today.
The camera catches Shannan staring at Blades with the hope of his painful death in her vision.
Jack of Blades: And that is why, I have the world title around my shoulder. You see, they are people who fight all their pitiful little lives to earn this totem, to validate their abilities. That's not what this is for. I know, you know, my colleagues know that I am and always was of a higher echelon of talent. No, this belt is here because of the old adage. 'Whoever has the gold, has the power.' That is why particularly wealthy prospectors would be put into government. Why the 'Old School Network' still works. This title is our leverage. Without it, this federation will wheeze and die which is why if it wants to continue to crawl towards Bethlehem, it needs both mine and Logan's involvement. And that of course means doing whatever we feel with no measure of defiance.
'Master of Puppets' plays over the arena as a vexed Seth Lerch appears at the ramp with a microphone.
Seth Lerch: Great. Just what we need. Another threat about 'taking over the WCF.' Damnit, I just got this place back and I'm sick of the same idle lies each week from my workers! Now, I'll admit that maybe you, Blades, may have some grand plan in which to do this but you forgot one goddamn thing: that title has a thirty-day no-compete clause which means that if you don't defend your title each thirty days, it will be vacated. No leverage.
Logan: Seth, you've got it all wrong. Jack does plan on defending his title. Against me.
Jack of Blades: Hence, why Logan came down to the ring wearing the title. You see as far as we're concerned, from now on, only one of us will ever be wearing it. And that is why I will be defending my title against Logan to protract from your little attempt to eschew my plans. And as you know we both have rematch clauses.
Zach Davis: It looks as if they've got it all planned out. The two continually defend the title against each other and if either one loses, the winner either makes a new match or the rematch clause is called upon. The title never leaves those two.
Jack of Blades: And with Reckless Jack currently in his nineteenth retirement, Creeping Death dealing with something outside of this hole, Bobby Cairo busy dealing with our lawncare-fixated ally, Logan and I are your only viable options for this title. And with that we're taking the night off.
Logan and Blades leave the ring and help Dys out of it. The crowd boos at their declaration of inactivity tonight but they just ignore them, doing the same to a stunned Seth Lerch, who simply watches them pass behind the curtain.
Jason Briggs vs Mike Ragnal vs Kencedro
The lights go out and Ride With Me hits the P/A speakers and fireworks spray off the speakers and lights flash back on. Out walks Jason Briggs. Jason heads to the ring and slides in and lays on the ropes, waiting for his match.
The lights begin blinking several different colors as High Voltage (Footsoldier Remix) by Linkin Park hits. A lightning-like pyro blasts, and Mike Ragnal steps out from the back. He walks to the ring, looking towards the ring and sometimes at the fans. He steps up onto the apron, looks out into the crowd, then enters.
The Only Medicine by Scary Kids Scaring Kids picks up over the speaker system. The songs plays loudly over the system, as from backstage Kencedro is seen slowly walking through the curtains. The fans turn to hatred, as they toss their trash at the ramp. Kencedro grins from all the hate, as he makes his way down the ramp. At the bottom of the ramp, Kencedro pulls himself up onto the apron, and steps between the middle rope. Kencedro raises his arms in the air inside the ring.
Shannan Lerch: All three men are in the ring, here we go!
The bell rings. The three men approach each other... Kencedro makes the first move, hitting several strikes on both men. He isn't able to hit them fast enough, however, and soon they're able to grab him and throw him right over the top rope to the hard ground outside!
Zach Davis: Sucks for him.
Briggs then turns to Ragnal and hits a big Clothesline, knocking him down. Briggs stomps away at Ragnal, repeatedly. He then picks him up and throws him to the ropes. Briggs goes for a Powerslam, but Ragnal sidesteps him, runs to the other side, bounces, and Clotheslines Briggs down now. Briggs gets back to his feet immediately, and Ragnal hits a big Snap Spinebuster!
Shannan Lerch: Impressive!
Ragnal then runs to the ropes and follows up with a big Lionsault into pin!
No! Briggs kicks out.
Zach Davis: That was a surprise! What a great combo of moves there from Mike Ragnal.
Shannan Lerch: Why was it surprising that Mike Ragnal could hit a good combo of moves?
Zach Davis: No, fool, I was surprised that Briggs could kick out.
Ragnal still has momentum on his side. He gets up, bounces off the ropes quickly and then executes a Knee Drop. Briggs, however, manages to roll away at the last second, sending Ragnal into nothing but mat. Briggs gets to his feet and Ragnal charges, but Briggs catches him with that Powerslam he attempted earlier! This goes into another pin attempt.
Shannan Lerch: Another kickout!
Ragnal got his arm up at two. The momentum is on Briggs' side now, and he awaits Ragnal to stand back up... until Kencedro finally gets back in the ring. Kencedro rolls Briggs up from behind!
No! Briggs gets out of it and both men are to their feet. Kencedro goes to kick him, but Briggs catches the foot, spins him around and hits a Russian Legsweep. Briggs then picks him up and throws him into the turnbuckle. He lifts him up, and then Briggs climbs up with him...
Zach Davis: Going high risk, here.
Briggs hits the Lights Out off the top rope! Super neckbreaker!
Shannan Lerch: Amazing! Briggs has this match won!
But no! Ragnal grabs Briggs out of nowhere and picks him up like a Torture Rack, then nails a Sitdown Powerbomb!
Zach Davis: That's the Ragnalrock!
Ragnal quickly gets to his feet, jumps to the top rope, and flies off with a Swanton onto Kencedro!
Shannan Lerch: And THAT'S the High Voltage!
Ragnal pins Kencedro.
Zach Davis: Mike Ragnal steals one from Jason Briggs!
Shannan Lerch: He didn't steal it, he won it fair and clean.
Suddenly, a 6'8 man, approximately 350 pounds, slides into the ring. He has a steel chair and immediately attacks Mike Ragnal with it, hitting him in the back over and over.
Zach Davis: What the hell is this?!
With Ragnal hurting, the man pulls Briggs to his feet and shakes his hand, smiling.
Shannan Lerch: Must be some associate of Jason Briggs! How intriguing.
The man and Briggs slide out of the ring and begin heading to the back as Ragnal gets to his feet, watching them bitterly.
Zach Davis: I doubt Mike Ragnal will let this slide.
Jesper Reisert Segment
We move to the backstage area where it appears Blades and Logan are making their exit. With Blades is Dys hanging off his arm as if to warn the two attractive bimbos hanging off his tag partner away. Logan is enjoying the company of the women, each holding one of the title belts, while Blades looks on slightly ambivalent about the prospect; annoyed that he only has Dys to deal with but satisfied that his ally is enjoying himself. As well as holding onto her partner, Dys also holds the World Title around her shoulder. They stop moving through the corridors as they come into contact with Jesper Reisert.
Logan: Hey Jesper! In for a good time? We're going downtown to celebrate our little agreement, we could pick you up some Royal Worcester China if you'd like?
Jesper Reisert: I'm sorry. I have something to do.
Logan: Fair enough. We'll be seeing you.
The group carries on as Logan's girls wave goodbye to the idiot savant. Blades, meanwhile, turns around to look at Jesper who in turn gives him a nod if symbolizing something. Blades doesn't react and simply walks onward leaving the camera to examine a smiling Jesper.
Tag Titles Contendership Match
Lifeline vs The Alliance of Violence
“Riot” by Three Days Grace hits over the PA as the crowd come to their feet in anticipation of the return of Lifeline! Green and white spot lights begin to shine all across the arena as smoke begins to fill the entrance way. The crowd places their Lifeline signs up in the air as Jayden Sarek and Dylan Ryder are now at the top of the stage and high-five each other as Jayden sprints to the ring, sliding into the ring and standing on the nearest turnbuckle giving the Lifeline sign! Dylan makes his way down to the ring slowly and calmly and enters the ring as both guys meet in the middle of the ring and do their old pose! The crowd is eating it up and loving to see the return of one of the best tag teams ever in the WCF!
Zach Davis: Welcome back Lifeline! Man, they still look to be in top notch condition!
Shannan Lerch: But these guys they face are “supposed” veteran wrestlers...and still I’ve never heard of them before in my life!
Zach Davis: We are in for a real treat here as the number one contender to the WCF Tag Team titles is on the line as we head towards the entrance way for the AoV!
“Rooster” by Alice in Chains blares over the PA as the crowd delivers a mixed reaction. The Alliance of Violence really haven’t found their niche with the fans and roster yet to get a real feel of how they think of them. “Sweet” Willy Carter walks out first as he points back towards the dangerous yet humorous duo of Davey Boone and Adam Knite as they point towards the crowd and a loud explosion is heard as they both jump up in the air giving each other a chest bump! Both men sprint towards the ring as Lifeline slides out of the ring to allow Boone and Knite to get their time in the spot lights. Both AoV members climb up on opposite turnbuckles and hold up their arms! Lifeline members are discussion strategy amongst themselves as well as AoV!
Zach Davis: Looks like Adam Knite will be starting things off for AoV as Jayden starts off for Lifeline! Both men lock up as the ref calls for the bell and the match begins!
Shannan Lerch: Wake me when it is over!
Knite has the power advantage as he’s got Jayden in a side head lock, Jayden attempts to push Knite into the ropes as he comes off delivering a huge shoulder block take down to Jayden as he’s stunned and crawls back up to his feet. Jayden swings himself off the ropes as he ducks a clothesline by Knite who fires himself off the ropes and comes back with another clothesline attempt that’s again ducked by Jayden who stops...DROP KICK! Knite is down but pops back up as Jayden hits another drop kick on Knite, Knite back down and comes back up as Jayden nails another drop kick as Knite now takes the low road out of the ring as Boone comes down off the apron along with Willy Carter as both attempt to calm Knite down and comfort him.
Zach Davis: Lifeline is really taking it to the newcomers!
Shannan Lerch: Oh, you mean these AoV guys?
The ref is up to a 7 count as Adam Knite rolls back into the ring and walks over to tag in Davey Boone who steps through the ropes. Boone is pointing towards Ryder as Jayden tags him in and both competitors tie up immediately with Boone gaining the upper hand slamming him back into the corner and delivering knee lifts into the gut of Ryder! The referee walks over to Boone and pulls him out of the off of him, Carter walks over to the corner and climbs up on the apron grabbing the throat of Ryder choking him out as the referee’s attention is drawn towards Boone in the ring. Carter drops off the apron and adjusts his tie as the crowd is booing AoV. Jayden is trying to let the referee know what’s going on as Boone makes a blind tag into Knite as they both begin double teaming Ryder in the corner as Boone steps out of the ring, the referee comes over and is yelling at Boone and signals that a tag was made.
Zach Davis: Wow, AoV really knows how to work together in there and the numbers game has caught up to Lifeline now.
Shannan Lerch: That’s the key, you have strength in the numbers and you’ll win every time!
Knite swings Ryder into the far ropes and ducks down delivering a HUGE back body drop as he stops and points around towards the crowd. Jayden is trying to get the crowd behind Ryder so he can tag in the fresh man, but Knite now has Ryder in a rear choke hold. The referee is down to make sure the arm is up over the chin of Ryder and it is as Jayden begins stomping his foot on the apron and the crowd begins clapping along with him to fire up Ryder. Ryder begins to come to live as the 2 men are back on their feet, Ryder throws a couple of huge elbows into the side of Knite and is finally released from the hold and comes off the ropes but to only be met by a huge clothesline! Knite signals towards Boone that it is the end! Knite places Ryder into the center of the ring and clamps down the Restless Knite (half boston crab)this is the end of the line for Lifeline! Jayden is again trying to get Ryder to get to the ropes, to spur him on to get out of this hold and to make a tag!
Shannan Lerch: It is over! AoV are the number 1 contenders to the tag titles! No way Ryder can escape the claws of Adam Knite! NO WAY!
Zach Davis: Don’t count out Lifeline yet..they may still have a LIFELINE LEFT!
Ryder begins to inch his way slowly over to the side ropes and reaches out and is just a mere inch away from grabbing the ropes until Knite pulls him back into the middle of the ring again. Ryder is going crazy..the pain is unbelievable on him right now! He fights it back to the ropes again slowly but surely and is almost to the ropes as Boone steps into the ring and draws the attention of the referee away from the hold! Ryder has the ropes and Knite still has the hold on! The referee is attending to Boone and telling him to get back into his corner! Ryder has the ropes but the ref doesn’t see it! Carter begins slapping away the hand of Ryder from the ropes as he finally lets go and Knite pulls him back to the middle of the ring as the referee turns around, Jayden has seen enough of these double team tactics and BULLDOGS ADAM KNITE! Jayden is up and nails Boone to the outside! Carter climbs back up on the apron as Jayden knocks Carter off the apron! The referee is now back in control of the match forcing Jayden out of the ring as the crowd is booing wildly! Boone climbs back up to his corner as Knite climbs over and leaps making the tag to Boone who enters the ring and power walks quickly to Ryder who swings nailing Boone in the gut, then another one to the gut of Boone! Boone reaches down and grabs the already hurt leg of Ryder as Ryder spins around into an INZIGURY! Boone is down as Ryder is literally crawling to Jayden who is jumping around for a tag as the tag is made and Jayden leaps over the top ropes!
Zach Davis: The momentum has shifted into Lifeline’s favor now with Jayden in the ring! He’s going off on AoV again!
Shannan Lerch: They better watch out, the numbers game will catch up to them again!
Boone back up is knocked down by a vicious right hand as Knite enters the ring Jayden with a drop kick to Knite knocking him out of the ring again. Jayden swings Boone into the corners and nails him with a flying cross body block into a pin!
KICK OUT BY BOONE!
Jayden continues on the assault as he grabs Boone up by the hair and throws him back into the corner and begins nailing him with rights and lefts as the crowd is going crazy! Boone is staggering in the corner as Jayden runs a little ways towards the opposite corner....STINGER SPLASH! Boone falls face first to the mat! Jayden with a quick cover!
3 BOONE KICKS OUT AGAIN BARELY IN TIME!
Jayden picks Boone back up and hits him with the back cracker! Jayden tags in Ryder as they both grab a hold of Boone...DOUBLE DDT! Jayden climbs out of the ring as Ryder makes a cover now!
Boone kicks out again!
Ryder is back up on his feet but still hobbling around a little bit as he lifts up the limp body of Boone and attempts a body slam but can’t lift him up. Ryder instead throws a couple of right and left hands into the face of Boone and comes off the ropes into a baseball slide into the right leg of Boone! Boone is down hurt as Knite is begging for a tag! Ryder now as Boone is some version of a leg lock as Boone is riving in pain! The crowd is cheering on Ryder as he finally breaks the hold and pulls Boone over to their corner and tags in Jayden. Jayden puts the leg of Boone up on the bottom rope and drops himself back down on it as Boone clutches his leg in pain and reaches out for a tag to Adam! Jayden brings Boone to the middle of the ring and points towards Adam Knite and...HE HAS BOONE IN THE RESTLESS KNITE! Boone is in a lot of pain as Knite can’t believe what he’s seeing!
Zach Davis: Jayden has Boone in Adam Knite’s own move! Boone is going to tap out to the Restless Knite!
Shannan Lerch: No, AoV is smarter than that! You watch ZD!
Carter is now up on the apron as Ryder walks over and knocks him off the apron! The referee walks over to them as Ryder is pounding the head of the AoV’s manager Willy Carter into the ground with rights and lefts! Boone is tapping out in the ring! Boone is tapping out in the ring! Knite enters the ring and delivers a bulldog to Jayden of his own! The referee finally has Ryder back up on the apron and Carter crawling back to the AoV corner. Boone crawls over slowly and tags in Adam Knite! Knite quickly walks over to Jayden....KNITES OF THE ROUND! It is over for Lifeline! UP AND DOWN! Knite makes the cover!
Zach Davis: It's over. The Alliance of Violence wins it!
Davey Boone and Adam Knite embrace in the ring celebrating their number one contendership after a successful victory. "Sweet" Willy Carter soon joins them in the ring as they separate to different turnbuckles and try to rile the crowd up. However, the occasion is soon turned sour as they notice Jesper Reisert watching them patiently from the ramp. "Sweet" Willy Carter has to be restrained by the Alliance of Violence from doing something rash.
Shannan Lerch: Well, look who thinks he"s a hotshot. Jesper may be getting himself into more than he can handle.
Before Zach can respond, two figures move over the security barrier and jump onto the announce table before making their way into the ring. The identities are made obvious by them wearing belts with one of them actually wearing two.
Zach Davis: I guess Logan and Blades decided to put some work in tonight.
Logan charges into the back of an unaware Knite driving him to the ground. Boone, realizing there is an attack, turns only to be tripped in the legs by Blades who like a raging animal begins to repeatedly punch Boone across the face. It"s all Davey can do to shield his face with his arms but Blades, continually manages to find his way through knocking him across the ring. Meanwhile, Logan is leering over Knite repeatedly jabbing him in the nose causing a steady stream of blood to pour from the wound. "Sweet" Willy Carter makes a futile attempt to save his friends only to find himself superkicked by Logan. Satisfied with the attack, Blades takes a microphone and begins to rant.
Jack of Blades: Boone, are you actually so far away from your gaud that you challenge Jesper to a match? He is nothing more than a glorified eunuch. All formal complaints and amendments need to go through me. You see, you"ve had a very noticeable week from my perspective. Not only did you manage to secure a shot for mine and Logan"s title belts but you also made mention about the WCF World Title. Well, let"s see how well you do next week, shall we, my politically incorrect inferior?
Blades launches the microphone away from him and slaps a lifeless Boone across the face. Both Blades and Logan remove the belts from their waist and move towards one another. Jesper is then seen on the outside shouting insults towards "Sweet" Willy Carter who is still feeling the effect of that Super Kick. Finally, Blades and Logan give the photographers a money shot of them standing over the unconscious Alliance of Violence with their respective tag belts and both clasping onto the WCF World Championship.
Skyler Striker Segment
Shannan Lerch: Well, it appears that we have some footage from backstage after the Extreme Hell match at One.
Zach Davis: Put it on the screen, boys.
The scene fades in right as Skyler Striker arrives backstage. As soon as he moves behind the curtain where the audience cannot see him, he drops to one knee, absolutely exhausted and with blood running down his forehead. Jade Striker runs up to him with a damp face cloth in hand and wipes Skyler down with it, although some blood still flows. Jade hugs her father, although Skyler is barely aware of her presence, as can be seen by the glazed look in his eyes. Jade leads her father by the hand as they move along the corridors towards the medical room.
Zach Davis: I bet he was exhausted after that tremendous match with Danny Vice.
Shannan Lerch: Something seems missing in the WCF without those two fighting this week.
Zach Davis: Well, not only did we have that footage, but we now have an interview with Skyler at his house! Are you there, Skyler?
The screen comes up and it is definitely Skyler’s house, but Jade Striker is onscreen.
Zach Davis: Jade, is your father there?
Jade Striker: No, Zach. Actually, he’s a lot closer than you think.
“For Whom The Bell Tolls” hits the arena and the crowd explode as Skyler Striker emerges from backstage, Hardcore Title over his shoulder. His black shirt is unbuttoned for good reason – his ribs are bandaged, and there is a definite limp on his left leg as he walks down the ramp. His right elbow also has a supporting bandage around it, but Skyler ignores all these things as he slowly makes his way under the ropes and into the ring. He stands up and a mic is tossed to him, which he grabs with his left hand.
Skyler Striker: Sorry, Zach, but your interview has been cancelled. I’m here to talk briefly on last week and next week. Last week, I went to One, not exactly confident that I could win. I came out with the Hardcore belt, as you just saw, and can see now. I thank Danny Vice once again for giving me the ability to rise above myself and push the limits.
Shannan Lerch: Zach, you just got shut down.
Zach Davis: Shut up.
Skyler Striker: However, that is a chapter that is now over in my life. Next week, a new chapter begins. I’m offering an open challenge to anyone. A non-title, hardcore match. Open to absolutely anyone – from the newest member on the roster to the World Champion Jack of Blades. Prove that you can put yourself through the Hardcore division. I want an answer for next week. Whomever answers – get ready to tread the floods.
“For Whom The Bell Tolls” hits again and Skyler leaves the ring to cheers from the crowd.
JJ Biggs/Conrad Howell Segment
“In Bed With Quinsy” by Albannach starts to play; the crowd gives a mixed reaction, as Conrad Howell without the lovely Shanon and with a cooler, slowly walks out to the ring and grabs a microphone after sliding into the ring.
Conrad Howell: I'd like to welcome all of you to the Wolf's Den, cause I know you all love to hear me talk.
It seems to be a lie as the crowd responds with a chorus of loud boos.
Conrad Howell: I figured I'd pay tribute to a man I respected growing up. Now, before I start to talk away, let me call a man out from the back to be my first guest. Now, I am sure all of you morons in the crowd would like me to call out the current WCF Television Champion, JJ Biggs.
It's kind of unusual really, because the crowd actually cheers at his name, instead of booing. Weird, right?
Conrad Howell: Settle down, settle down. I’m sure that Biggs doesn’t want to come out here to be verbally assaulted by the best Damn Scotsmen in WCF. But, however, he'd be more than welcome.
There happens to be a couple of chairs already sat up in the ring. They are aligned across from each other and Conrad goes ahead and takes a seat in one of the chairs, patiently waiting.
Conrad Howell: Well, it seems that he's not man enough to come out here and talk to me man to man, but I am sure his trainer and friend, Jake Hudson, would be man enough. You know what? Let's bring him out right now. Come on, Jake.
A man in black pants with a black sweat shirt with skulls on the side of the hood, which is pulled down to his face, slowly wheels out Jake Hudson in a wheelchair unconscious. The man pulls Jake Hudson out of the wheelchair and he rolls him into the ring. Afterwards, he slides in as well and he places Jake in the other steel chair. Meanwhile, Conrad gets to his feet and he grabs a water bottle out of the cooler he brought to the ring. He then pours the freezing water onto Jake Hudson.
Conrad Howell: Wakey, wakey, Jakey.
Jake wakes up immediately as the cold water does the job. It takes him a few moments to realize what is going on.
Jake Hudson: What the hell is this? Why, you little piece of shit.
The man in black places his hands on Jake's shoulders to prevent him from getting up.
Conrad Howell: Oh yeah, by the way, I'd like to introduce to you my new bodyguard. Now Jake, I know it took a lot for you to get out here and all, but I'm just here to congratulate you on the great job you have done in training Biggs. I mean take a look, he's a real champion!
On the jumbotron, we see JJ Biggs handcuffed to a pole in the back. He's been beaten and he's severely bruised as he's trying to free himself from the pole.
Jake Hudson: If you and your bitch wouldn't have attacked us from behind with those damn baseball bats, we could have been able to kick your asses. In fact, I wouldn't have needed to help because JJ Biggs could had did in both of you!
Conrad Howell: To hell with it.
Conrad puts a stiff booth in the chest of Jake Hudson which flips him backwards in the chair. Conrad takes a moment to tell his bodyguard to get him something.
Conrad Howell: Hey Biggs, I hope you're watching this. I'm guessing it'll look a little familiar.
Conrad's bodyguard had exited the ring and he has now returned. In his possession is a cinderblock. He drops it in the center of the ring before walking over and grabbing the stunned Jake Hudson. He lifts him up and he places him on his shoulders. Conrad hooks in for a version of with "Quick Drop With A Sudden Stop." The bodyguard leaves his feet for a Death Valley Driver while Conrad falls with his Fisherman's Buster. The force of both moves at once drops Jake onto the cinderblock, and it shatters into large pieces. Jake Hudson's head begins to bleed profusely as he lies motionless.
Conrad Howell: Now, I know that is nothing new, but I just want to let you know I am not playing any games come the pay-per-view. I will walk out the WCF Television Champion and the whole time you will suffer. 'Cause me and my new bodyguard are willing to do whatever we have to to get the job done.
Just then, Biggs comes running out from the back looking to get revenge on Conrad Howell and his bodyguard. However, they slide out of the ring quickly and they run into the crowd. Biggs slides into the ring and he checks on Hudson as EMTs rush down to the ring. He looks pissed as he picks the microphone up from the mat.
JJ Biggs: You know what? I was thinking about taking it easy on you, Conrad. I was going to give the impression to everyone that you could actually make me sweat during our match. I've embarrassed you before, and I was going to be a nice guy and not do it again. But, you know what? Forget all of that. You've just harmed the closest person I have to a family. He's like my brother, and because of you he may have some kind of inoperable brain damage. You saw what that did to me. I'm a lot bigger than he is, what the hell do you think it did to him? Huh? You're going to pay, Conrad. You, and that bitch who seems to have his head stuck up your ass. The both of you are going to be pounded into the mat by me, "The Greatest," in front of the thousands and thousands of the WCF's fans that will be in attendance for the battle. You really messed up, Conrad. You...messed...up. After our match, I'm going to hold the record for winning a match in the quickest time. And you're going to hold the record of being the idiot who failed to hit one offensive move in the match. Hell, you can throw in your bodyguard and make it a two-on-one match and I will still come out victorious! Every Dog Has Its Day, Conrad, and our match will be yours!
JJ slams the microphone down to the mat and he kneels down by Jake Hudson. The EMTs are trying to transfer him onto a stretcher. Biggs looks angry as he stays by his manager and friend. Biggs then comes running down to the ring looking for a fight as Conrad and his Bodyguard slides out of the ring and slip though the crowd.
People's Title Match
Chris Avery vs Thunder
“Money” by Pink Floyd” begins to play. As the cash register sounds end and the music begins, Thunder walks towards the ring. He reaches the apron and climbs the turnbuckle, taunting the fans.
Zach Davis: After a controversial loss to JJ Biggs, Thunder is looking to hold on to his one remaining title.
Shannan Lerch: But beating Chris Avery won’t be easy.
“Baby Boy” comes over the loud speakers and Chris Avery makes his way to the ramp. He takes in all of the cheers and applause and makes his way down the ramp. He then slides into the ring.
The bell sounds and the two men lock up in the center of the ring. Thunder gets the advantage and locks in a headlock. Avery powers back out of it with a back suplex. When Thunder gets up, Avery hits an overhead german suplex, but Thunder lands on his feet and hits a short armed clothesline.
Shannan Lerch: A very even match in the opening moments.
Thunder hits Avery with several hard chops in the corner and then places him on the top turnbuckle. Thunder attempts a superplex, but Avery pushes him off the top rope, sending Thunder head-first onto the mat. Avery then hits the Chi-Town Riveria, and makes a cover.
Zach Davis: Chris Avery has hit one of his big moves very early on!
Shannan Lerch: He could win it here.
Thunder kicks out, and Avery can’t believe it. But he goes back to work and hits a reverse DDT. After a few shots to Thunder’s ankle, Avery locks in and ankle lock. Thunder rolls out and quickly hits Avery with a t-bone suplex, followed by a shining wizard.
Zach Davis: Thunder has a new surge of energy here.
Following the shining wizard, Thunder goes for a pin.
Avery narrowly kicks out. Thunder calmly waits for Avery to reach his feet. Once he does, Thunder locks in the cobra clutch.
Shannan Lerch: Thunder has made many people tap out with this move. This could be the end for Avery.
Avery tries to fight for the ropes, but Thunder continues to pull him towards the center of the ring. Soon enough, Avery sinks down to the mat, looking like he is out cold. The referee drops Avery’s arm once, then twice. With the audience chanting “Avery”, he somehow keeps his arm up on the last attempt. Somehow, Avery seems to be getting more energy and reaches his feet. He then makes a desperate lunge for the ropes, and makes it. Thunder lets go, but he places Avery on his shoulders for Thunder and Lightning. Avery slips out behind and hits an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. He then locks in the West Town Lock.
Zach Davis: Can Thunder get out of this?!
Thunder tries his best to reach the ropes... lunges towards them.... but Avery pulls him back into the middle. Thunder has no choice. He taps out.
Shannan Lerch: We have a new People's Champion! Chris Avery!
The bell rings and Avery's music hits. Thunder rolls out of the ring.
Zach Davis: Thunder held onto that Title for quite a while, but his luck hasn't been the best as of late. Still, a respectable run and a great Champion.
Avery is handed the belt. Suddenly, Outcast emerges from the crowd with a steel chair, he cracks Avery's head with it sending him down. He throws the chair down, and demands a mic. He is given one.
Outcast: Hey...Avery...how you feeling? How does it feel to be the Peoples Champion? Is it worth it? Is it worth thinking you are like me? Like you are some Legend? Like these people respect you? Let me tell you something, you son of a bitch.
Outcast kneels down beside him.
Outcast: You are nothing in the eyes of these people and myself. You are just some punk kid who is on one hell of a lucky streak. Thats all. You thought this was your biggest match in your career? No..not even close. You see, before I came out here..and obliterated you in one shot, I was in the office of Seth Lerch. I have an iron clad contract to face you for that title of yours. Our match will be at Till Death Do Us Part. I, personally, will end your championship reign and place that title around the waist of The Hardcore Icon, on the NCW Icon. And there is nothing you or anyone else can do about it.
Outcast stands up to the unfamiliar sound of boos from the crowd.
Outcast: Oh, oh I see. You want to boo me now? For what?! For taking back what is owed to me? Look at this, have you seen the card? Creeping Death isn't main eventing it, and Logan didn't even have the balls to get himself in a match tonight. Like I said before, WCF will learn, once more, where it came from. Seth didn't even book ME tonight..so I decided to make my own appearance. And I will continue to make punks like Chris Avery understand who I am, and why I am The Hardcore Icon. Why I am a two time WCF champion, and why I belong in the main event. If any of you WCF bitches have anything to say about that, you know where to find me.
Outcast begins to put the mic down but sees the ring announcer.
Outcast: And you, whenever I come down that ramp you will say ''Representing NCW'' or so help me I will break every bone in your feeble body.
Outcast throws the mic at the announcer and raises his hands as God of Thunder plays. He picks up the Peoples Title and stares at it, before laying it beside Avery. He exits the ring and walks to the back.
Danny Vice Segment
Zach Davis: Well, last week at One, Skyler Striker and Danny Vice completely fulfilled their promise to settle the score in the ring, and brought the fans of the WCF one of the most exciting matches in recent histroy. Neither man was scheduled tonight, as we have been led to believe they are recovering from injuries sustained from that match. Here's a look at some of the highlights.
The camera cuts to the big screen monitor which shows still footage of the Extreme Hell in a Cell match at One. The first is of Skyler Striker and Danny Vice fighting atop the cell. The next of driving a chair into Vice from the top rope. Another picture shows Striker pressing Vice's battered and bloody face into the cell wall, followed by Vice putting Striker through a table with a Halo from the top of the cell. The final picture is off Vice passed out in the Lockdown, thus losing the match.
Zach Davis: Earlier this week we received this transmission from Danny Vice who is at home in San Diego recovering from the match, where he was gracious enough to sit down with our Hank Brown.
Cut to Vice family living room, where Hank Brown is talking over One with the Vice family. Janie's face looks everything but pleased at the notion of this interview. Danny's head is bandaged, most likely due to injuries sustained from the match. Jimmy sits quietly, but his body language seems supportive of his brother and his efforts at One.
Hank Brown: Danny, were you surprised at the way the fans reacted to you at One?
Danny Vice: Absolutely. I never expected them to get behind me the way they did. However, when I was gone, I realized that I had made many mistakes since coming to the WCF, and been led astray. In rediscovering myself and putting for an effort true to my abilities and talents, rather than basing them on the easy way out, I think I redefined myself in their eyes.
Hank Brown: Jimmy, Janie, would you agree?
Jimmy Vice: Definitely, the new and improved Vagrant is the guy Danny wants to be.
Janie Vice does not respond, rather she looks away from the camera unhappily.
Hank Brown: Ok. Well, Danny, where do you go from here?
Danny Vice: I think it's time I got back to what's important in life and focused on that, like this family. My blind fear and passion drove me away from the virtues that had given me the ability to be a superstar of the WCF, and it's about time I re-prioritize my life and get back on the right track. Once I feel that I am Danny Vice again, then I can focus on the WCF.
Hank Brown: And when will that time come?
Danny Vice: I don't really know just yet.
Danny puts his arm around Janie, only to have her push it off and get up from the couch to leave the living room.
Jimmy Vice: Don't mind her, she's still upset Danny wasn't able to win at One.
Danny Vice: But I can understand what happened, on that day, Skyler Striker was the better man.
Hank Brown: Thank you all, we hope to see you in a WCF ring again soon.
The segment ends as the cameras go back to Zach and Shannan.
Shannan Lerch: What a loser! Go figure she's upset, Janie doesn't support people like her brother.
Zach Davis: What? A week ago you were his biggest fan, what caused the change of heart?
Shannan Lerch: Danny Vice is a quitter. He quit in that cell, and he quit on being a true superstar in this sport. No one support a quitter.
Zach Davis: Quitter!?!? If anything, he's the opposite of that. He never gave up at One. He took his body past its breaking point and pain threshold, and only lost because he could no longer physically endure the pain. He never quit and never tapped out.
Shannan Lerch: Quitter.
Silvio Megala vs Creeping Death
Zach Davis: And now, finally, the debut of Silvio Megala. Everyone is talking about this guy.
No Chance In Hell hits.
Shannan Lerch: Uh, are we allowed to use this song?
Zach Davis: I don't think Silvio Megala cares. He probably has the money and power to get us permission, anyway.
Silvio Megala steps out to a huge chorus of booing. The man simply walks to the ring, smiling, acting like he doesn't hear them. He slides in and awaits Creeping Death.
The lights slowly fade to black. Bells toll as the screen shows shots of a big wooden cross wrapped in barbed wire. It's a sunny day as the "happy" opening to "The Light That Blinds" by Shadows Fall plays.The crowd goes along with the sounds. "Doo-da-doo dooing" along with it. As the song gets darker and darker, the sunny day turns to night. Black clouds roll in and rain begins falling on the cross. Lightning crashes about. As the lightning crashes, white lights in the arena flash. When the song kicks up, thirty four seconds in, the entire crowd begins headbanging in unison and throwing the horns in the air as the lights come on just a tad, giving light to the dark. Standing on the stage is Creeping Death, wearing a black hoodie with the hood up, arms stretched out in a crucifix fashion. CD stands there for a second or thirty, until the vocals start, taking in the crowd's reaction. Then he slowly makes his way down the ramp, looking out into the audience. As he reaches the ring, he slides in under the bottom rope, and pops to his feet. CD walks over to a turnbuckle, jumps to the middle rope facing in the ring, does the crucifix pose once again, takes the hoodie off, and then takes a seat on the top turnbuckle, awaiting the match to begin.
Shannan Lerch: I hope he shows Creeping Death who's boss!
The bell rings. Silvio Megala approaches Creeping Death... and Creeping Death promptly spits out a white mist.
Zach Davis: Uh oh.
Silvio Megala is blinded! Creeps quickly slides out of the ring, grabs a chair, and slides back in. The ref threatens to disqualify him, but CD apparently doesn't care. He whacks Megala HARD right in the head. Megala goes down.
Shannan Lerch: Argh! Damn Creeping Death and his cheating!
The ref throws the match out, calling for the bell. Creeps raises the chair and strikes again, before two very large men enter the ring. Creeps is able to see them coming and throws the chair at one as he's getting into the ring, hitting him square in the head. He then quickly slides out of the ring before the other bodyguard can get to him, and begins heading up the ramp, smiling.
Zach Davis: Megala was lucky those bodyguards got to them when they did, because otherwise, with him being blind, who knows what Creeping Death would've done...
Megala is to his feet now, wiping away his eyes and screaming at Creeping Death, who apparently doesn't care. Creeps heads to the back as Megala's guards help him out of the ring.
Backstage, Thunder is walking towards the exit with a black gym bag over his shoulder. Hank Brown is in the distance and calls him.
Hank Brown: Thunder! Do you think you could take a moment to talk about your match at One and tonight's match?
Thunder turns around and after staring towards Hank Brown for a second, he speaks.
Thunder: I'm not going to talk about what happened out there tonight, but I do have something to say about One. Every single person in the locker room and all the idiots watching at home know that I was screwed out of the Television Title. Biggs was literally seconds away from tapping, but then Jake Hudson ruined that. But was this miscarriage of justice talked about tonight? No. What do we hear about instead? Poor Danny Vice and his injuries. He whines about how he's hurt and was so touched by the audience's reaction to him. Is this what Vice does when he loses? Does he just run into the arms of his brother? At least his sister had enough sense to not support what he's doing. Danny, listen to me closely. Once you're done crying over your loss, come to Slam next week. Bring you gear, and the two of us will have a match. Are you man enough to even do that? I doubt it. But I'll be here waiting for you, Danny. And if you do show up, I'm going to teach you a lesson you'll never forget: never run away from your problems.
Thunder turns around and then walks out out the large steel door.
Lawnmower Jones/JJ Biggs vs Bobby Cairo/Conrad Howell
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. For the first time since his arrival in WCF, Lawnmower Jones appears on the stage without Lonni, his lawnmower. He looks saddened and depressed as he walks down the ramp and he rolls into the ring.
Zach Davis: I cannot believe that Bobby Cairo stole this man's lawnmower at One. Actually, I can't believe Cairo is back in WCF, but then I was surprised when he stole the lawnmower.
Shannan Lerch: Yeah. Lawnmower Jones is without his 'mower!
"Voices" by Disturbed hits the sound system and it echoes throughout the arena. The audience, with an exception of a few, are on their feets yelling insults and such in the direction of the entrance ram. A few moments later, the curtain brushes aside and JJ Biggs walks out onto the top of the stage with the WCF Television Title over his shoulder. Biggs is wearing a pair of expensive sunglasses and a self-promotion shirt. The shirt reads, "The Greatest" on the front and on the back it reads, "That Ever Lived." He slowly makes his way down the ring. Biggs makes his way up the steel steps and enters the ring. Biggs takes off his shirt and sunglasses; and he acts as if he's going to throw them into the crowd for souvenirs, instead, he hands them to the ring announcer. He also hands over his Television Championship.
Zach Davis: Well, at least this man is happy.
Shannan Lerch: He should be! He managed to regain the WCF Television Championship in a great match against Thunder at One!
Zach Davis: Indeed. Jake Hudson, however, is conspicuous by his absence: he got injured.
“In bed with quinsy” by Albannach starts to play, the crowd gives a mixed reaction, as Conrad Howell with the lovely Shanon walk out to the center of the entrance. Conrad sticks his arms out to the side and tilts his head to look up as Shanon stands behind him with her arms around his waist. After a few seconds of posing, a pyro archway fires down the aisle as Conrad and Shanon make their way to the ring, while Conrad bounces to the music. Conrad stops at the ring side area and watches Shanon walk up the ring steps onto the ring apron. She then turns and leans against the ropes facing Conrad and flips backwards over the top rope into the ring. Conrad then starts bouncing from one foot to the other in sync with the drums, then slides in the ring as Shanon walks over and sits on the top turnbuckle. Conrad backs in front of her and raises his arms as she takes his shirt off while his music fades.
Zach Davis: And this man is the number one contender for JJ Biggs' Television Title.
Shannan Lerch: Indeed. I wouldn't be surprised if those to went at it before the match even started! They have a history that dates back to when JJ Biggs and Ace were teamed together.
Bobby Cairo's theme music hits and he walks out from the back. He slowly makes his way down the ramp before sliding under the bottom rope.
Zach Davis: Where's Lonnie?
Shannan Lerch: Maybe she's in his garage?
Zach Davis: Don't let Lawnmower Jones hear you say that.
The bell rings. It looks like it's going to be JJ Biggs and Bobby Cairo to start this match off. Biggs lunges forward looking to lock-up with Cairo, but Bobby wants none of that as he ducks under it and he causes Biggs to stumble forward. Biggs turns around with an angry expression on his face but Cairo knocks it off with a beautiful Leg Lariot. Biggs stumbles back into a neutral corner and he seems to be momentarily stunned. Cairo doesn't give Biggs any time to gain back his senses as he charges into the corner and he nails Biggs with a Spear. Biggs' facial expression says it all as he's obviously in a lot of pain after that one. Cairo backs away and Biggs slowly stumbles out of the corner and Cairo drills him right between the eyes with a Superkick! Biggs falls down to the mat quickly as Cairo gets the fans riled up! Lawnmower Jones can't wait any longer as he goes to enter the ring, but the referee can smell this match is about to get out of control and he devotes his entire attention to stopping Lawnmower Jones from entering the match!
Zach Davis: Ah, no. Lawnmower Jones has the referee distracted and Conrad Howell is taking advantage!
Shannan Lerch: Sometimes I think the referees were born without a functioning brain.
Indeed Conrad Howell has entered the ring. He and Cairo are laying it into Biggs with a series of powerful stomps. One right after the other. Conrad then drops down to the mat and he inflicts more pain with a series of right hands to the forehead of Biggs. Meanwhile, Cairo is still laying it into him with the stomps. Lawnmower Jones finally gives up his attempt to get into the ring and he goes back to his corner. The referee seems pleased with himself as he turns around only to find Cairo laying it into Biggs. Conrad managed to get back to his corner before the referee turned around. Cairo seems pleased with himself and he pulls Biggs up to his feet. He walks Biggs over to his corner and he tags in Conrad Howell. Cairo lifts Biggs arm up, exposing his side, and Conrad nails him with a right hand.
Zach Davis: So far, Howell and Cairo have worked pretty well together as a team.
Shannan Lerch: Sure, you can say that.
Conrad nails Biggs with a couple of right hands that backs him up against the ropes. Next, Conrad grabs Biggs' arm and he Irish Whips him across the ring into the ropes opposite of them. Biggs bounces off and comes back only to be lifted from the mat and slammed down with a Spinebuster! Conrad goes for the pinfall attempt as the referee counts, 1.................2........KICK OUT! Conrad goes back to the same kind of attack he was doing illegally earlier and that is taking it to Biggs' face with a series of right hands. The referee gets in there and he's trying to break it up, and he eventually gets Conrad to lay off of the unforgiving attack. Conrad has a sick smile on his face as he circles around the ring for a moment before going back to work on his opponent. He begins to pull Biggs to his feet, but Biggs prevents this with a low blow causing Conrad to bend forward. From that position, Biggs grabs Conrad's head and he bounces it off of his with a Jawbreaker! Both men are down in the center of the ring. Cairo and Lawnmower Jones are eyeing each other from their corners.
Zach Davis: Biggs needs to make a tag! He has taken a beating so far!
Shannan Lerch: Indeed!
As if Biggs is listening to the announcers, he slowly begins to crawl in the direction of his corner. Conrad notices this and he reaches out and he grabs Biggs' foot. Biggs uses his other foot to kick Conrad in the face a couple of times until he lets go. Finally, Biggs lunges forward and he tags in his partner, Lawnmower Jones. Cairo enters the ring looking to give a continuation of One. He charges after Lawnmower Jones, but Jones takes him down with a Clothesline. Cairo makes the mistake of getting back to his feet once again and this time Lawnmower Jones nearly breaks him in half with a Spear! Lawnmower Jones mounts Cairo after the move and he goes on an-all out assault. He's slapping, punching, pinching, and all of that at one time as Cairo is trying his best to block his face. Conrad gets back to his feet and he knocks Lawnmower Jones off of Cairo with a Dropkick! Cairo slowly rolls out of the ring. Lawnmower Jones slowly gets back to his feet and he runs in Conrad's direction, but Conrad takes Lawnmower Jones down with a Drop Toehold. Jones' face bounces off of the mat with a thud.
Zach Davis: Conrad Howell has regained control of the match for his team.
Shannan Lerch: I thought all hell was going to break loose for a minute. Luckily, everything is back in order.
Conrad walks to the closest corner and he slowly begins to climb to the top. It looks like he's going to try to hit a Moonsault, which he calls the Crescent Moon. However, Biggs walks over in his direction and he shakes the ropes causing Conrad to slip and land awkwardly on top. Cairo enters the ring once again so Biggs does, as well. Cairo charges in the direction of Biggs, but Biggs kicks him in the midsection and he nails him with a modified Biggs Implant!
Zach Davis: Oh! If Bobby Cairo was the legal man this match would be over!
Shannan Lerch: I don't know. It didn't look like he got all of that one.
Biggs goes back to focusing his attention to Conrad Howell who is still sitting on the top rope. Biggs begins to climb to the top and he inserts his head under Conrad's arm. Biggs climbs all the way to the top and both men are standing upright as Biggs lifts Conrad up and the two fall down to the ring and Biggs executes a Back Body Slam from the top rope! Lawnmower Jones looks to end the match as he runs off of the ropes and he drives the point of his knee into the forehead of Conrad Howell with a Kneedrop! He hooks the leg now as the referee counts, 1................................2...............................SOMEHOW, SOMEWAY CONRAD GETS HIS SHOULDER UP! Biggs is on his feet only because of the ropes and he cannot believe it!
Zach Davis: What? I thought the match was over right there! How did he? Why did he? Oh, my God!
Shannan Lerch: Wow!
Meanwhile, Cairo has slowly gotten to his feet and he notices the carnage in the ring. He also notices Biggs standing by the ropes and he realizes he has a great opportunity. He grabs onto the top rope, springboards himself up on it, and then he jumps off! Biggs notices this out of the corner of his eye but it's too late for him to do anything and Cairo nails him with a Spingboard Flying Clothesline! Cairo slowly gets back to his feet and the crowd is cheering loudly now! However, Lawnmower Jones ends this glorious moment as he sneaks up behind Cairo and he nails him with a T-Bone Suplex!
Zach Davis: He calls that move, "Rev The Engine!"
Shannan Lerch: Is Cairo the legal man?
Good question. No one knows, or even cares who the legal man is. Lawnmower Jones pins Cairo any way and the referee counts, 1................. 2............. Conrad dives on top of the pinning predictament breaking it up. Cairo rolls out of the ring, leaving Howell inside, and just starts walking up the ramp.
Zach Davis: Is... is he leaving?
Shannan Lerch: It looks like he's had enough, Zach.
Meanwhile, in the ring, Biggs and Jones are stomping away at Howell. Jones points at Cairo, who stares back, and makes a little "revving the engine" motion, winking. This only pisses Jones off, and he promptly puts Howell in the Jonesmission, but keeps his eyes on Cairo the entire time. He mouths something about "this is going to be you!"
Zach Davis: Jonesmission! He's got it locked in!
Biggs makes sure Conrad has no chance to get to the ropes... and eventually Howell is forced to tap out.
Shannan Lerch: JJ Biggs and Lawnmower Jones get the victory!
Jones promptly releases the hold and slides out. He runs up the ramp towards Cairo, who begins running away at full speed. JJ Biggs gets his Television Title, and holds it over Howell's head.
Zach Davis: Well, fans, it has been a wild night. See you next week!
Slam fades to black.