Sunday Slam Intro
Jason Briggs vs Mike Ragnal vs Kencedro vs Josh Woodrum vs Skyler Striker
Skyler Striker Segment
Alliance of Violence Segment
Silvio Megala vs Creeping Death
Conrad Howell/JJ Biggs Segment
Danny Vice vs Thunder
Alliance of Violence Segment
Bobby Cairo/Conrad Howell/Outcast vs Lawnmower Jones/JJ Biggs/Chris Avery
Tag Titles: Alliance of Violence vs Logan/Jack of Blades
Sunday Slam Intro
"Let's go!" Sitting by M83 blasts over the speakers as pyro blasts from the stage and ceiling and everywhere at once. The fans, once recovered, cheer and shout and all that crazyness.
Zach Davis: And Slam is on the air! I'm Zach Davis, here with Shannan Lerch.
Shannan Lerch: Great show tonight. In our first match, we have the Hardcore Champion in non-title action against four other competitors.
Zach Davis: That's right. Last week, Striker made an open challenge, and many men have answered his call. Jason Briggs and Mike Ragnal, who debuted last week. Kencedro, who was in action with them last week. Josh Woodrum, who is debuting THIS week.
Shannan Lerch: It is anyone's matchup! Surely the Hardcore Champ doesn't want to lose, but he has a lot of opposition tonight.
Zach Davis: We also have a No Disqualification rematch from last week, with Silvio Megala taking on Creeping Death. Last week, Creeps got himself disqualified, and pretty much humiliated Megala. There has to be a winner this time.
Shannan Lerch: And after seeing those bodyguards of Megala's, I think Creeping Death might finally get what's coming to him.
Zach Davis: We have a pay per view quality matchup tonight with Danny Vice up against Thunder. These men are certainly no strangers to each other, having competed against each other extensively for the Tag Title belts during the Disorder by Design vs Skyler Striker and Thunder feud.
Shannan Lerch: And last week, Thunder essentially called Vice out, resulting in this matchup. It'll be a good one.
Zach Davis: We have a match very similar to last week, but quite different as well. Bobby Cairo, Conrad Howell and Outcast take on Lawnmower Jones, JJ Biggs and Chris Avery.
Shannan Lerch: Lots of intrigue here. Conrad Howell and Chris Avery used to tag up a few times prior to One, so they're very familiar with each other. Biggs will still be looking to get at Howell for what he did to Jake Hudson last week. We still don't know much about the whereabouts of Lonnie, Jones' wife. And this is Outcast's first match since One, and it'll be interesting to see how he works together with his teammates.
Zach Davis: And, finally, our main event. The Tag Titles are on the line. The Alliance of Violence, Davey Boone and Adam Knite, take on Jack of Blades, the World Champion, and Logan, the number one contender.
Shannan Lerch: I like the Alliance of Violence, but they've got the adds stacked up against them here.
Zach Davis: And we know that Blades' associate Jesper Reisert is no fan of the AoV's manager, "Sweet" Willy Carter, so it'll be interesting to see how they interact as well. I can't wait.
Shannan Lerch: We have a long night until then, Zach. Let's get to it!
Hardcore Non-Title Match
Jason Briggs vs Mike Ragnal vs Kencedro vs Josh Woodrum vs Skyler Striker
Zach Davis: Last week, Skyler Striker came up and offered an open challenge, and now he has to face for men who answered it in a five-way hardcore match.
Shannan Lerch: He may have been able to defeat one man before, but not four at the same time.
The lights dim..... a blue strobe light flashes as smoke fills the entrance way.... "I Devise My Own Demise" by Papa roach plays over the PA system...... Josh Woodrum walks through the curtain. He stands at the top of the ramp, hands to his sides, and surveys the crowd. He than walks down to the middle of the ramp and stops... He talks smack to some fans and flexes his biceps. He than walks to the ring and slides underneath the bottom rope. He climbs the nearest turnbuckle, raises both arms, makes the "Rock On" hand signal and steps down from the turnbuckle. He walks to the middle of the ring and drops to his knees.... pink pyros shoot from the turnbuckles as Woodrum stands. He makes a cut throat gesture and his song ends as Woodrum awaits his opponent.
Zach Davis: The newest member of the roster, Josh Woodrum. He looks promising.
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.
Shannan Lerch: These guys are nuts.
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 and Mr Anderson walking ahead of him. Jason heads to the ring and slides in and lays on the ropes as Mr. Anderson stands in front of him, waiting for his match.
Zach Davis: Another one... hasn’t Creeping Death killed them all yet?
Shannan Lerch: Maybe that’s what Striker’s trying to do.
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: This guy... I want to throw rubbish at him myself. He’s here and then not. What is it with this guy?
Zach Davis: Thank God for our last competitor.
A bell rings and the arena lights shut off completely except for a dark blue light that covers the entrance. Another bell replaces it with the same ring. This too fades until a guitar powers out over the P.A., and the bell rings a third time as the introduction to Metallica’s “For Whom The Bell Tolls” plays. The haunting sounds continue as more blue lights come and go around the arena. The preceding lyricless verse and chorus play, instead the song leads straight into the first verse with words. A shadowy figure emerges at the entranceway, completely black in the dark blue light. A flash of light reveals Skyler Striker, dressed in an unbuttoned black shirt and his torn maroon pants, title belt around his waist. He steps out onto the entrance stage and stands completely still for a moment. He begins his walk to the ring as the lone light follows him down, the arena still black. Skyler slides into the ring and stops in the middle, throwing off his shirt and spreads his arms in a crucifix pose as the lights come up with red pyro exploding from the turnbuckles. Skyler walks to the turnbuckle and does another crucifix, before staring at each of the four corners, each of which contains one of his opponents. Skyler smiles and removes his title belt, handing it to the referee before the bell rings.
Zach Davis: And our Hardcore Champion is here.
Shannan Lerch: He’s looking fit, Zach. It’s his advantage, his type of match.
Zach Davis: Let’s see how he goes.
Skyler circles himself, looking at his opponents, before running and delivering a stinger splash to Kecendro on the corner. Jason Briggs and Mike Ragnal begin brawling and Josh Woodrum simply stands in his corner, with no-one to fight. Skyler clotheslines Kecendro over the top rope, and as Woodrum is about to attack him, Mike Ragnal breaks from his attack of Briggs and rushes at Striker. Striker, however, pulls the top rope down and sends Ragnal over the top as well. As Woodrum is about to attack Briggs, Striker gets there first and dropkicks Briggs over the top rope. Striker stands and, in the centre of the ring, lays his eyes on Woodrum.
Zach Davis: Run, Woodrum!
Woodrum, however, dodges Striker’s clothesline attempt and picks Striker up, delivering the JVD fireman’s carry on Striker, and he hooks the leg for a pin, 1..2..no! Striker kicks out.
Shannan Lerch: Hey, he almost pinned the Hardcore Champion!
Zach Davis: He’s got skill.
Woodrum climbs to the outside but out of nowhere, a sledgehammer is driven into his back by Ragnal. Woodrum collapses and Ragnal picks up Briggs, throwing him into the ring and following. Kecendro lifts Woodrum to his feet and instructs him to set up a table. Woodrum, still half-delirious, agrees and grabs a table from under the ring, setting it up and going into the ring. Kecendro, Woodrum, Briggs and Ragnal all grab Striker and throw him over the ropes onto the table, which shatters and allows Striker’s back to hit the floor.
Zach Davis: All four of Striker’s opponents have surely taken him out! He looks to be out cold!
Shannan Lerch: Four men, one will win!
Ragnal turns to Briggs and hits an extremely quick spinebuster, before turning into Woodrum, who delivers an even bigger one to Ragnal. Woodrum in turn is grabbed by Kecendro, who hits another quick spinebuster and Briggs, now on his feet, hits one on Kecendro!
Zach Davis: It’s moments like these you need minties.
Shannan Lerch: Or a video camera to send into America’s Funniest Home Videos. That was so scripted.
Briggs slides outside the ring and moves to the entrance ramp, where he runs all the way to the top and lifts a piece of steel grating clear off the side of the stage, leaving a massive hole. The referee sees this and pleads with him not to bring it to the ring, but Briggs slowly begins walking down, a massive piece of steel grating within his hands, while the action continues in the ring. Kecendro is the first to stand, despite being the last to be hit, and he lifts Mike Ragnal to his feet before delivering his finisher, the Back Attack. Kecendro has no time to move before he is nailed with the JVD, and Josh Woodrum drops down for the pin, 1..2..no! Kecendro kicks out and Woodrum stands, before a large piece of steel grating suddenly hits his feet. Briggs has thrown it into the ring and he follows it, grabbing it up quickly and simply holding it front of him as he runs right into Woodrum. Woodrum collapses and Briggs moves onto Kecendro, nailing him as well, and then finally takes out Ragnal.
Zach Davis: Briggs ripped that piece of steel clean off the stage, and it’s easy to see why we keep it there!
Shannan Lerch: What is he doing now?
Briggs has laid the piece of steel in the middle of the ring. The piece covers about just a third of the ring, a square in the middle. Briggs grabs Woodrum and hoists him onto his shoulders, where he runs and hits a massive sit-down powerbomb – the Lights Out Bomb – right onto the steel! Woodrum yells out in pain and Briggs moves back to Kecendro, hoisting him up again and dropping him with another Lights Out Bomb. He repeats the whole sequence with Ragnal, leaving the three men all arranged on one side of the steel. Briggs actually sits down on top of Kecendro, who is in the middle, and puts a hand atop of Ragnal and Woodrum, and the ref counts, 1..2..BANG.
Zach Davis: Bet he wasn’t expecting that.
Shannan Lerch: Ouchtown, population: you!
Skyler Striker is back up from the outside and has a chair in hand. Briggs has a small flow of blood coming from the back of his head, and he collapses on the fourth side of the square. Striker raises the chair and hits it down hard on Kecendro, again on Briggs, again on Ragnal. Striker roars to the crowd and moves all four men so that they are all in a pile, Ragnal on top. On top of Ragnal, Striker lays a chair, and he goes to the top turnbuckle, the crowd cheering wildly. Striker jumps and nails the Skyler High Dive right on top of the chair, and he grabs his back as he comes off the landing. All the men collapse around the ring, and Striker grabs Kencedro by the legs and turns him over into the Lockdown.
Zach Davis: Lockdown! We’ve seen the effects of this before!
Shannan Lerch: It’s already over, isn’t it?
Zach Davis: Ya.
Kencedro has nowhere to go and no-one has enough breath to make it to Striker, so Kencedro taps out.
Shannan Lerch: Well, Striker wins it clean. After being put through a table, I thought he’d be out like a light, but I suppose that’s why he’s Hardcore Champion.
Zach Davis: Prop to Ragnal and Briggs, they could've had it won at any time, and I don't think we've seen the last of them.
Skyler Striker Segment
Ringside throws Skyler a mic at his request and he grabs it with confidence.
Skyler Striker: So this is the best the WCF has to offer? I offered an open challenge, not an open walkover. Let’s tick of the list of people, shall we? Vice – check. Thunder – check. Jack of Blades – check. J.J. Biggs – check. Briggs, Kecendro, Ragnal, Woodrum – check. I want a game to play. I want someone who maybe, just maybe, can tread floods. I want a true player, next week, non-title hardcore match, to show me what you’ve got. I want...
‘Master of Puppets’ plays and the crowd are on their feet as Seth Lerch enters the stage.
Seth Lerch: Skyler, as much as I’d like to give you a shot at a main-eventer right now, they’re all busy, and...
Skyler Striker: I’m not busy. I want a match.
Seth Lerch: I said main eventers, Skyler.
Skyler Striker: So I’m not a main eventer? Don’t insult me, Seth. I know very well that the last mini-war catapulted one wrestler to the WCF World Championship. I want that someday, too.
Seth Lerch: You want me to name our main eventers? Logan, Jack of Blades, J.J. Biggs, Creeping Death. Your Hardcore division is something to keep the violent idiots like you busy.
Skyler Striker: As far as I remember, Seth, you’ve been in more hardcore matches than quite a lot of the roster.
Seth Lerch: Well, I...
Skyler Striker: Alright, Seth. Here’s my offer. To keep me satisfied, YOU fight me next week in a non-title, Hardcore match.
Seth Lerch: Skyler, you’re a brave man. An idiot, but a brave one. After you leave that ring, you won’t want to be ‘satisfied’ again. Next week, Skyler Striker vs. Seth Lerch in a Hardcore match!
The crowd cheer as ‘Master of Puppets’ hits and Seth leaves the entrance. Skyler leans against the ropes and smiles to himself, the four wrestlers he defeated still almost unconscious.
Zach Davis: Wow! The WCF owner, Seth Lerch, just said everything wrong, because next week he’s gonna face Skyler Striker in a hardcore match!
Shannan Lerch: My brother just doesn’t know when to stop.
Alliance of Violence Segment
Hank Brown is seen in the backstage with Davey Boone as he begins an interview before their #1 tag team title contender match begins.
Hank Brown: I’m here with Davey Boone of the Alliance of Violence, a couple of quick questions here Dave. This past week, you were quoted to saying that you were interested in chasing the WCF Heavyweight Championship; is this true?
Davey Boone: You know Hank, everybody in the backstage area knows about the dream that I had a couple of nights ago..a vision that I had became WCF World Heavyweight Champion..but what people don’t realize is that I was in ANOTHER WCF a few years back for a brief stint and was in the “talk” for the world title. So to answer your question, I do believe the AoV needs better competition to face. Tonight is a step up, when we become the Tag Team Champions. Without looking ahead, our toughest battles are yet to come. WCF isn’t known very well for their top tag teams..but more known for their top singles competition. I can’t say that Adam nor myself WOULDN’T be interested in the singles area..let’s face it..once you’ve beaten all the top tag teams in the world, you tend to venture into other areas and places to find better competition. We aren’t here for individual awards..we are here for AoV REWARDS..personal rewards by having fun and becoming tag team champions once again proving we are the best tag team in the world!
“Sweet” Willy Carter: WHAT’S UP CRACKER...........JACK? Of course Boone would take a shot at the World Champion..but we aren’t here for titles just like he said. We are here to have a blast and prove we are the best unit in the world the Alliance of Violence.
Hank Brown: Do you really think that vulgar language is needed here?
Davey Boone: Hey Hank, there is no need to be racist here..you accuse Carter here of using vulgar language here because he’s black. That’s not cool in my book, no body talks about a member of AoV like that! Carter can’t help he is a poor black man that was raised by the streets rats as a child.
Carter gives Boone an odd look and shakes his head in disgust.
“Sweet” Willy Carter: I wasn’t raised by no street rats! I was raised up in Italy where the red ferns grow and the green mile is so green that you’d have some fried green tomatoes there and they’d come out fresher than the potatoes you and Adam used to listen in on m conversation a couple of weeks back with Seth.. from Idaho.
Hank Brown: But.. Seth Lerch isn’t from Idaho!
Davey Boone: No HOE! Idaho..where we get our potatoes!
Davey Boone whips out a spud and hands it to Hank Brown.
Davey Boone: Hank, I’m getting sick of your ridiculous comments..you are an interviewer. You ask questions..not give opinions! What a joke..this interview is over! We’ve got a match to win!
Carter and Boone walk off and leave another confused Hank Brown with a dropped lower lip.
No Disqualification Match
Silvio Megala vs Creeping Death
"No Chance In Hell" hits, and Silvio Megala walks out from the backstage area. He stops on the stage to wave to the fans when suddenly Creeping Death grabs him from behind, runs him to the edge of the stage and literally throws him off!
Shannan Lerch: WHAT THE HELL?!
Silvio lands flush on his head on the concrete, flipping over as he flew through the air. Silvio's body goes limp and flops onto his back. Not wasting any time, CD flies off the stage in a leg drop, crushing Silvio's cranium! Creeping Death gets one of those flat carts and throws it up onto the ramp, then picks Megala up and puts him up beside it. CD hops up and wheels Silvio down to the ring, not stopping, and ramming him right into the apron!
Zach Davis: Creeping Death is utterly killing Megala. I had high hopes for Silvio, too.
CD looks under the ring and slides in a table along with a 12 foot ladder. Silvio's limp body is the next to be brought into the ring. CD slides in and sets the table up in the middle of the ring, and then sets up the ladder in the far corner. Creeping Death takes Megala and puts him on his shoulders, Death Valley Driver style, and then begins scaling the ladder.
Shannan Lerch: God. Damnit. I. Hate. CD.
Zach Davis: And soon, Silvio Megala's family will hate CD as well, with the funeral expences and all.
At the top of the ladder, the crowd begins buzzing and cheering. CD turns and sits on the very top of the ladder, facing the middle of the ring with Silvio on his shoulders. Creeping Death allows Silvio to slide down his back a little, and grabs his head in a Kryptonte Krunch/Air Raid Siren. CD stands up and leaps off the ladder, front flipping through the air across the ring, and landing on the table with Silvio's head!
Shannan Lerch: WHAT THE HELL?!
Zach Davis: A FRONT FLIP KRYPTONITE KRUNCH OFF A LADDER THROUGH A TABLE?!
Silvio isn't moving. As if he was before. But now he really isn't. CD sits in the rubble, obviously in pain, but still pins Megala.
Zach Davis: Goodnight. The Jobber Genocide is still in full swing.
CD gets up to leave, but instead calls for a mic.
Creeping Death: You see this pile of shit? This guy walked into WCF like he was king of the world, said the wrong things, and now probably has no feeling in the lower half of his body. I'm sick and tired of most of the roster here. If it is not a guy having sexual relations with a lawnmower, it is two guys that think they're the greatest WCF has ever had, when in reality they're nothing but overrated jackasses. So that is why I am hosting a new division here in WCF. The Modern Cutting Edge Division. No lawnmower sex. No DQ finishes. No cheap wins. MCE is all about competition and great matches. I'm bringing in eight guys, bringing one WCF superstar back and competing in the division myself. And MCE debuts ... NEXT WEEK!
Shannan Lerch: I'd say I can't wait, but I'd be a liar.
Conrad Howell/JJ Biggs Segment
Conrad Howell is sitting on the set of the "Wolf's Den" speaking to his bodyguard. Suddenly, his music begins to blast throughout the arena..
Voiceover: Welcome to the "Wolf's Den!" Here if your host, Conrad "The Wolf" Howell!
Conrad finishes speaking to his bodyguard as he turns to face the camera.
Conrad Howell: Welcome ladies and worms, I'd like to start this week off with video footage of good ol' Jake Hudson getting the get-well gift I send him earlier this week.. Roll the tape..
Jake Hudson is lying in the hospital bed with his neck in a hard brace, which is supporting and immobilizing his neck. The room is filled with flowers, balloons and what looks to be get-well soon cards from fans and family. The sound of high heels approaching quickly can be heard before two voluptuous "nurses," one redhead and one blonde, enter the room and walk to the end of the bed in front of Jake.
Redhead: We hear you were feeling blue..
Blonde: Which was just terrible news..
Redhead: So terrible that your friend from the "Wolf Den" sent us to you..
Both of them rip open the top button of their nurse outfits to reveal one word written on each of their large breasts. "Get Well Soon Jake." This causes Jake to jerk his neck in shock which sets off the alarms on the monitoring equipment. Orderlies rush in the room to assist Jake. Upon noticing the girls, the orderlies rush them out of the room and try to restrain Jake so he doesn't move.
Conrad Howell: Well, if you have to go -- go with a smile, right?
His bodyguard laughs before nodding in agreement.
Conrad Howell: Now, I have yet another guest this week. And yes, it's another close friend of "The Greatest" JJ Biggs. This one was much easier to get to appear on the show, since he has absolutely no clue in life. So, without further ado, let's bring out JOSE JOSE!
The Mexican National Anthem hits the speaker system and the crowd waits in silence. Suddenly, a completely nude, and smiling Jose Jose comes running out from the back. He is holding a Mexican flag above his head as he sprints down the ramp. He makes his way around the ramp swaying the flag back and forth which is distracting The Bodyguard and Conrad Howell inside of the wrestling ring. Both of them are trying to shield their eyes from this disgusting act. Suddenly, the crowd volume picks up and thankfully, the camera leaves Jose Jose and goes towards the ramp. It's "The Greatest!" He slides under the bottom rope and The Bodyguard turns around only to be greeted with a Clothesline! Conrad Howell tries to defend himself and he nails Biggs with a right hand. He nails him with another and another until he has him backed into the corner. He tries to Irish Whip the dazed Biggs across the ring, but Biggs reverses it and he sends Howell flying into the corner with a loud thud. Meanwhile, Jose Jose thankfully makes his way up the ramp and he disappears to the back. The bodyguard gets to his feet and he goes for a Clothersline of his own, but Biggs ducks under it. He waits until the bodyguard turns around before kicking him in the midsection and taking him down with a massive Biggs Implant! He sets his sight on Howell and he runs in his direction, but Howell drops to the mat and he rolls out of the ring. Biggs has thoughts about leaving the ring to chase him, but he decides against it. Instead, he picks up Conrad's microphone from the mat.
JJ Biggs: Come on you piece of trash. Get your ass back in this ring! I'm tired of you. For most of my tenure with this company you have been nothing more than a pimple on my ass that just will not stop bothering me.
Conrad grabs the leg of his bodyguard and he removes him from the ring. The two slowly begin retreating up the ramp while listening to Biggs.
JJ Biggs: I've beat you on more than one occasion and it's becoming very, very dull. In fact, I don't even want to wait until the next pay-per-view arrives. Come on, Conrad, I'll put the title on the line right now! Right this very second! I am more than confident that I can beat you with ease and retain my championship! This is the second week in a row you've tried to torture these people with your stupid "Wolf's Den." No one is interested in you and I am sure the fans would like to see you no more than once during an event. And, I don't know what your problem is with Jake, but I suggest you leave him out of this. If you have a problem, I'm not hard to find. Every Dog Has Its Day, Conrad...the countdown to yours has begun..
"Voices" by Disturbed hits the speaker system as Biggs drops the microphone to the mat. Conrad shakes his head and he motions to his waist that he's going to be the next WCF Television Champion. Biggs, in turn, just stares up the ramp at him in anger.
Danny Vice vs Thunder
"Faint" by Linkin Park hits the speakers as the lights of the arena go out for several seconds. Two spotlights shine at the top of the ramp where Danny "The Vagrant" Vice stands. He is dressed in a black long tights, and a long black leather jacket. He looks to his left and right as the crowd cheers, but his eyes give off almost a look of paranoia. He is accompanied by Janie Vice. Danny walks to the ring with a dead stare towards the center of the ring before sliding under the bottom rope. He climbs the top rope and lifts a single fist in the air as a “V” pyro hits behind him.
"Money" by Pink Floyd begins to play. As the cash register sound ends and the music begins, Thunder walks towards the ring. He reaches the apron and climbs the turnbuckle, taunting the fans.
Shannan Lerch: Aaandd the match begins!
Thunder with a belly-to-belly suplex to Vice out of the opening grapple. Both men quick to their feet and Thunder clotheslines Vice over the top rope to the floor. Janie Vice comes over and consoles Danny, who seems to be holding his jaw from that high clothesline. Vice back into the ring and the two lock up again with Vice hitting a quick hip toss followed by two knees to the skull of Thunder. Vice muscles Thunder into the corner and whips him across into the opposing turnbuckle. Seeing an opportunity, he darts across the ring and nails a Shining Wizard followed by a running bulldog, toppling Thunder.
Zach Davis: What a move by Vice as he gains control of this match with a very nice maneuver.
Shannan Lerch: That won’t last for long. Thunder looks pissed and this man wasn’t a three-title champion for nothing!
Vice with the pin attempt but Thunder kicks out at 1. Vice brings Thunder to his feet but Thunder breaks free and chops Vice twice across the chest, then kicks Vice in the knee bringing him partially down, followed by a snap DDT to drill Vice’s skull into the mat.
Shannan Lerch: See, Vice is half as quick and half as strong these days.
Zach Davis: You really are a piece of work. You used to love this guy.
Shannan Lerch: Well that was before he quit at One, then almost cried about the fans last week. Give me a break.
Zach Davis: He didn’t quit at...forget it.
Thunder lifts Vice up and attempts to hit Thunder and Lightning, but Vice slips off the back and hits a perfectly executed standing dropkick to send Thunder crashing to the floor. As Thunder climbs to his feet, Vice comes over the top and hits a no hands plancha. Both men are slow to their feet, and Thunder pokes Vice in the eye, then grabs Vice and throws him hard into the guardrail. Vice crashes into it hard. The fans scatter as Thunder goes on the attack, hitting several kicks to Vice's gut. Thunder then grabs him and whips him into the ring post! Vice crashes into that hard too. Thunder then begins to move part of the protective padding outside of the ring. He pulls Vice from off the ring post and sets him up for Thunder and Lightning. He drills Vice hard onto the concrete outside of the ring, much to the crowds shock. The referee warns Thunder to get back in the ring, so Thunder rolls Vice back into the ring. Thunder then rolls back in himself and stands in the center of the ring with his arms in the air.
Zach Davis: Always arrogant, and always a bastard
Thunder finally goes for a pin.
No! Vice gets his foot on the ropes.
Shannan Lerch: Those were some brutal shots, but Vice has a little bit left.
Thunder is looking to end the match. He picks Vice up but Vice counters by sweeping Thunder’s leg out from under him and follows up with double legdrop to the groin. Vice now with the pin.
NO! Thunder gets his shoulder up! Both men climb to their feet and begin brawling. Thunder is furious. He quickly gets Vice up and signals that he's ready to end it. He positions him for a spike DDT, but Vice hits a few jabs and then reverses it into a Northern Lights Suplex into pin!
No! Thunder manages to stand the bridge pin straight up, and hits his own suplex on Vice. Both men are down as the referee beings to count.
Thunder begins to stir and the referee breaks his count. As he gets to his feet, Vice suddenly kips up and hits the Outkast! Thunder drops backwards and catches the referee with an elbow, knocking him to the mat. Vice crawls over to revive the referee as Janie Vice jumps into the ring with a chair. She hands the chair to Danny to use it. Danny seems to be contemplating the idea before tossing it aside to go back to reviving the referee.
Shannan Lerch: Janie looks pissed. I don’t think she’s happy with the way Danny is acting.
Zach Davis: I agree, and she has the chair again and is trying to give it to her brother.
Danny tosses the chair once again to the side and shouts to Janie.
Danny Vice: I don’t need this, let’s do this the right way.
Danny finally gets the referee to begin coming too, but Janie Vice grabs the chair and drills her older brother over the head with it!
Zach Davis: Oh my god! She just drilled her own flesh and blood with that steel chair, Vice looks out!
Shannan Lerch: It’s about time someone smacked him around, he’s been acting like an absolute fool!
The referee comes to just as Janie gets out of the ring with the chair. He sees both men down, but Thunder begins to crawl over towards Vice. Thunder makes the cover.
Zach Davis: Janie Vice just screwed her brother out of a victory!
Shannan Lerch: And now she’s in the ring celebrating with Thunder!
“Money” hits the speakers as the referee lifts Thunder’s arm in the air. He even seems somewhat shocked with Janie Vice standing by his side.
Alliance of Violence Segment
The cameras cut to the backstage area where AoV is getting prepared for their huge tag team titles match. Carter is visibly pumped up for this match as Adam slams his head into a locker and then clutches his skull.
Adam Knite: Gosh that freakin hurts!
Just then there is a knock heard at their door as Boone gets up to answer it. Seth Lerch is seen on the other side. He looks at Boone and hands him a manila envelope, smiles and walks away. Boone takes it and holds it up a little and stares at it with his eyes bugging out of his head.
“Sweet” Willy Carter: Boone, what’s that you got?
Davey Boone: It is nothing, just a letter from my mom in Arkansas. No big deal, you guys ready to win the tag team titles?
Adam Knite: This is going to be so great! I can’t believe it..we have a chance to make history tonight! AoV, tag team champions! YES!
Davey Boone: I need to go put this in my bag that’s still in the van, I’ll be back.
Davey Boone leaves the locker room and walks down a hall way towards the back exit. As he comes up on the exit…there is a man standing there. Jack of Blades, and he’s wearing both the tag team title belt and the World Championship belt. They just stop and stare at each other for a moment. Boone smiles at him and looks down at his belts…then Blades pats the tag team title belt and shakes his head. Then he pats the world title belt and shakes his head again. Boone is still smiling and the holds up the envelope and waves it around as if he’s taunting Jack of Blades. Blades is getting angry as Boone walk right past him and turns his back away as he walks out the door and the cameras cut back to the ring.
Bobby Cairo/Conrad Howell/Outcast vs Lawnmower Jones/JJ Biggs/Chris Avery
Pyrotechnics explode at the top of the ramp, the lights in the arena flicker. "11 Dreams" by Mercenary echoes throughout the building and the crowd immediately pops. Bobby Cairo appears at the top of the ramp and the crowd cheers even louder. Cairo struts down to the ring with a smug look on his face as flashbulbs go off all around the arena.
Zach Davis: And there's Bobby Cairo!
Shannan Lerch: Indeed it is.
“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: This man shattered a cinderblock over the head of Jake Hudson last week. You already know JJ Biggs cannot wait to get his hands on Conrad Howell.
''God of Thunder'' hits and Outcast walks out. He points to his NCW shirt halfway down the ring. He slides into the ring and takes off his shirt, holding it up for everyone to see before putting it back on.
Zach Davis: This is the third and final member of this team, Outcast.
Shannan Lerch: A former WCF World Heavyweight Champion, as well.
The words "My Name is Lawnmower Jones, and I Love to Mow!" are heard across the arena. Then, Scottish bagpipes are heard around the arena, as a motor starting then a lawnmower mowing is heard. Lawnmower Jones 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: Lawnmower Jones has a crazy look in his eye, doesn't he? It's like he wants to kill somebody.
Shannan Lerch: Indeed. And that somebody is Bobby Cairo!
"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: Jake Hudson still could not be here tonight which is why Biggs is by himself.
Shannan Lerch: Yeah, best wishes to Jake.
“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 rings. It appears it's going to be Lawnmower Jones starting the match off for his team and Outcast starting it off for his. The size difference between these two is massive as they slowly begin circling around the ring. Lawnmower Jones keeps taking his eyes off Outcast to glance over at Cairo. Without even trying, Cairo is able to distract Lawnmower Jones so that he isn't focusing on his opponent. Outcast charges and he takes Lawnmower Jones down with a stiff Clothesline. Jones' head bounces off the mat with a thud that is heard throughout the arena. He holds onto the back of his head as he slowly climbs back to his feet. Once has has done this he takes off in Outcast's direction only to be knocked down with a Big Boot. Outcast hesitates for a moment before running towards the ropes and coming back with a HUGE Leg Drop! The force of this move travels through Lawnmower Jones' body and causes his feet to fly up off of the mat. Outcast maneuvers himself in a lateral press as the referee slides over to make the count, 1......................2.............KICK OUT!
Zach Davis: Outcast nearly got the victory for himself and his team right there!
Shannan Lerch: Close, but no cigar.
Outcast climbs back to his feet and as he does he has a handful of Lawnmower Jones' hair. He drags Lawnmower Jones into Outcast's team's corner and he throws them against the turnbuckles. Outcast immediately turns around to face the opposite corner. He smiles at Chris Avery before giving him the finger. Obviously, Avery isn't going to sit back and take this. He climbs into the ring with the intent to put Outcast through some pain. Instead, like always, the referee runs over to stop him from doing so. Meanwhile, Conrad Howell uses the tag-string and he wraps it around the throat of Lawnmower Jones as Bobby Cairo enters the ring. Cairo unloads with a series of body shots as the defenseless Jones struggles to regain his breath. With his own agenda, JJ Biggs drops down to the mat and he slowly begins to make his way around the ring.
Zach Davis: This isn't fair! Not fair at all! Lawnmower Jones is defenseless as he cannot stop these shots and he's struggling to breathe!
Shannan Lerch: But it looks like JJ Biggs is going to make the save!
Indeed he does as Biggs grabs the feet of Howell and he pulls him off of the apron. Conrad's head bounces off of the mat and he stumbles backwards. Biggs picks Conrad up off of the ground and he turns himself so that his back is facing the steel post. Suddenly, Biggs throws Conrad over his head with a Fallaway Slam. Conrad's back hits the post with a sickening thud as his limp body falls to the floor. Meanwhile, inside of the ring, Chris Avery is now beating on Outcast and Bobby Cairo is still going to work on Lawnmower Jones. Suddenly, Outcast blocks one of Avery's punches and he delivers a series of his own which drives Avery back into the corner. Once there, he wraps his arms around his midsection and he tosses Avery over his head with a Belly-to-Belly Suplex. Cairo is looking to inflict some major damage on Lawnmower Jones as he lifts him up onto the top turnbuckle. Cairo is trying to be innovative, or he really just doesn't know what he's doing as he climbs to the top. He looks like he's trying to drop Lawnmower Jones off of the top rope with a Bulldog or something. Whatever he was trying to do, he takes too much time and Lawnmower Jones realizes where he is and what type of situation he is in. Suddenly, before Cairo can react, he stands up to his feet, places his head under Cairo's arm, and he twists off of the top rope with a HUGE T-Bone Suplex! Off of the top rope! Insane!
Zach Davis: Wow! How is Cairo breathing after that one?
Shannan Lerch: Look over there! What the hell is Biggs trying to do?
Listen to her; she said look! Biggs, for some odd reason, has climbed to the top rope and he is measuring up Outcast who's looking at the carnage. Outcast notices Biggs out of the corner of his eye and he turns to face him. This give Biggs a nice target as he lunges off of the top with a Flying Clothesline! Lawnmower Jones hooks Cairo's leg as good as he can as the referee counts, 1......................2.............KICK OUT! Meanwhile, Conrad Howell rolls into the ring and he's looking to get himself a piece of the action. You can see he's still feeling the effects of getting throw into the steel post, but he's not letting that keep him down. He nails Biggs with a beautiful Dropkick and he quickly gets back to his feet. However, Avery runs at him and takes him down with a Spinebuster! Avery turns Conrad over onto his chest and he grabs his left ankle. Ankle Lock! He has the submission hold locked in! Oh, and Lawnmower Jones has just locked in the Jonesmission in Bobby Cairo! Outcast is back to his feet, though, and he isn't going to let this match end like this. He nails Avery in the back of the head with a boot before dropping an elbow on Jones' head.
Zach Davis: This match has been mayhem since the start! It's supposed to be a tag match!
Shannan Lerch: But it isn't going down that way.
Outcast and Biggs get to their feet at the same time. They are both big men, with Biggs having the height advantage. Biggs wants to get the momentum on his side as he runs forward looking for a Clothesline, but Outcast kicks him in the midsection with a toe-kick. He places Biggs' head between his legs, hooks his arms around his midsection, and he pulls him up vertically into the air. Boom! Outcast drops Biggs onto his head with a Piledriver! Outcast goes for the pinfall as the referee counts, 1................2.....Chris Avery breaks it up. Avery runs to the opposite side of the ring as he waits for Outcast to climb back to his feet. Once he does, he charges into his direction but Outcast bends forward and then he sends Avery flying over the top rope and he lands hard on the outside. Outcast drops down to the mat and he rolls out of the ring, as well. This leaves four men inside of the ring, with all of them getting to their feet. Bobby Cairo doesn't waste any time as he charges at Lawnmower Jones and the two begin to trade blows. Bobby Cairo blocks a right from Lawnmower Jones and he stuns him with a series of his own. Cairo then runs towards the opposite ropes and he comes back nailing him with a Leg Lariot.
Zach Davis: Nice move right there.
Shannan Lerch: Indeed.
Meanwhile, Conrad Howell has Biggs backed into a corner. He finishes pounding on him before throwing him across the ring into the opposite corner. Biggs stumbes out only to be dropped to the mat with a Drop Toe Hold. Howell goes for the pinfall as the referee counts, 1..............2......KICK OUT! On the outside, Avery and Outcast are trading blows with each other. Outcast tries to go for the big punch to put away Avery, but he ducks under it and Outcast hits the steel pole! Avery takes advantage and he drops Outcast to the floor with a Neckbreaker!
Zach Davis: His hand may be broken after that one.
Shannan Lerch: Yeah. It sounded like a bell.
Cairo and Jones have tumbled out of the ring as well, leaving only Biggs and Howell. Avery rolls into the ring as well, however, and he and Biggs begin beating Howell down into a corner.
Zach Davis: Looks like they have the number one contender for the TV Title right where they want him!
Biggs picks Howell up and holds him from behind while Avery gets ready to hit a big strike. Avery swings, but Howell ducks and Avery hits Biggs instead! Howell then quickly hits the Quick Drop With A Sudden Stop! Pin!
Shannan Lerch: Conrad Howell wins the match for his team! Out of nowhere!
Avery rolls out of the ring, and Biggs is immediately to his feet, pissed. He tackles Howell down and begins beating on him. Cairo and Jones are still brawling outside the ring, and Jones throws Cairo over the guardrail into the fans! Security comes running down to the ring to begin breaking up the various situations.
Zach Davis: This is madness!
The security holds Jones as Cairo escapes through the crowd, and they get Biggs and Howell seperated as well.
Tag Titles Match
The Alliance of Violence vs Logan/Jack of Blades
Shannan Lerch: And now, the match for the Tag Team Titles.
Rooster by Alice in Chains hits. The Alliance of Violence steps out from the back, composed of Davey Boone, Adam Knite, and their manager "Sweet" Willy Carter. The three men head to the ring together, the crowd booing them the whole time.
Zach Davis: Next.. the Tag Team Champions.
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 until his music cuts.
Shannan Lerch: There is the next WCF World Champion.
Zach Davis: ...Maybe. But here is the current!
The sharp fiddle that opens David Draiman's 'Forsaken' preludes Jack's entrance. Simultaneously, a deep crimson envelops the entire arena. The large video screen begins to play a video featuring dark silouettes. As the fiddle dies out in transfer for the gruff vocals and electric guitar, the red is dispelled with a sharp explosion of fireworks coming from the ramp. As well as this, the silouettes in the opening video are also given form showing Jack seemingly in a ritual of preparation and grimacing. As the pyro clears and the video evolves, the camera pulls to the top of the ramp where Jack of Blades is kneeling in ceremony. Soon after, Jack of Blades moves upwards to his feet and poses as if he were being crucified, his arms leant out, his body forced forwards. At the same time, a red rain of sparks fall from behind him where the curtain lies adding effect. As the 'rain' dies down, two walls of flame burst from the each side of the ramp and Jack sets down it, his face changing from ecstatic grin to professional glare. When at the ring, he slides through the bottom rope and spends a few moments on the canvas as if establishing the surroundings before charismatically getting to his feet by spinning on his heels. At his feet, he launches himself onto the second rope of a turnbuckle, sideways, and reveals to the crowd a red rose from his trenchcoat pocket, raising it up beyond his head with one hand before catching it in his other and crushing it. This cues a steady stream of rosepetals to fall from the ceiling around him as he apes the same crucifix gesture.
Shannan Lerch: All four men are here... let the match begin.
Jack of Blades starts for his team, and Davey Boone starts for his. The two approach each other and lock up. Jack forces Boone to the turnbuckle, and then goes for a Clothesline, but Boone ducks it and jabs Jack in the face, sending him reeling. Boone hits several more jabs, then throws Jack to the ropes. Boone goes for a Standing Clothesline, but Jack ducks it, bounces off the ropes again, ducks another Clothesline from Boone, grabs him from behind and hits a huge German Suplex!
Zach Davis: Great move!
Blades keeps it bridged, resulting in a pin.
No, Knite is in the ring and kicks Blades off. Logan quickly gets in the ring as well, tackling Knite down before he can do anything else! The two roll out of the ring, brawling. Meanwhile, Blades picks Boone up and locks him in for a move... he hits a Fisherman Suplex! This results in another pin.
No, this time Boone gets out of it himself. Again, Jack begins picking Boone up, but this time Boone hits a low blow while the ref is busy yelling at Logan and Knite to break it up. Blades stumbles away, and Boone then executes a Vertical Suplex. He then starts kicking away at Jack's legs before going to apply the Sharpshooter.
Shannan Lerch: This move could almost always end it.
But no, Jack kicks Boone away. He then rolls away and tags in Logan.
Zach Davis: Here's the Face of Treachery!
Logan comes in, but not with a head of steam. He seems tired. Boone runs at him but Logan catches him and executes a Belly to Belly Suplex. Knite gets in the ring, coming at Logan, and he's met with a Belly to Belly too! "Sweet" Willy Carter is yelling at him from the outside, and Logan turns to him and yells "SHUT UP!"
Shannan Lerch: Looks like Willy took offense!
Willy Carter is up on the apron, yelling at Logan. Logan yells back, but Boone rolls Logan up from behind!
NO! Logan gets out!
Zach Davis: Logan was distracted, and he almost lost the Tag Belts because of it.
Both men are to their feet, and Boone hits a stiff kick to Logan's gut, doubling him over. He then hits a huge Snap Powerbomb, going for another pin.
No, Jack is in the ring again and breaks it up. Knite dives into the ring and attacks Blades, Clotheslining him over the top and sending both men to the outside. The ref turns to yell at them, and "Sweet" Willy Carter rolls back inside. With a chair.
Shannan Lerch: Uh oh.
Logan turns around, absent mindedly, and BAM! Carter smashes him with the chair. He quickly rolls out, and Boone grabs Logan and hits a Sitout Powerbomb into pin!
Zach Davis: I don't believe it! New Tag Team Champions!
Shannan Lerch: WHAT!
Rooster plays again, and the ref hands Davey Boone and Adam Knite the Tag Team Titles. Logan simply rolls out of the ring, trying to figure out what happened. Jack is outside the ring as well, from the other side, looking disappointedly at the Face of Treachery.
Zach Davis: I guess it just wasn't Logan's night, Shannan.
Shannan Lerch: But.. sigh.
Zach Davis: Fans, we'll see you next week!
The Alliance of Violence celebrates with the Tag Team Titles as Slam fades to black.