Sunday Slam Intro
The Violent One vs Johnny Craven
Mike Ragnal Segment
Mike Ragnal vs Rick Mad
Bobby Cairo/Biohazard vs Jimpy/Ryu Kecendrai
Jack of Blades vs Safestyle Jack
Adam Knite vs The Xtreme One
Alliance of Violence/Johnny Craven Segment
Disorder by Design/Skyler Striker vs Team NCW/Thunder
Danny Vice/Skyler Striker/And More! Segment

Sunday Slam Intro

Sitting by M83 plays, which as always means that Slam is on the air! The crowd roars, pyro blasts, a few people who have never been to a live wrestling event complain how unexpectedly loud and hot said pyro is, and we go to the announcers.

Zach Davis: Welcome to Slam! Me and Shannan, here again.

Shannan Lerch: We're one week away from Blast, Zach, and the card has already taken shape. We've got Jack vs Creeping Death for the World Title as one of our big matches, and a Triple Threat between Skyler Striker, Thunder, and Danny Vice for the Hardcore Title.

Zach Davis: And Biggs vs Outcast for the People's and Television Titles. And the latter two matches have resulted in tonight's main event. Danny Vice, JJ Biggs and Skyler Striker against Outcast, Davey Ortega and Thunder.

Shannan Lerch: Vice, Biggs and Striker is something of a dream team, in my opinion. Three of the most exceptional wrestlers we've ever seen in this business.

Zach Davis: However, they might not be as cohesive as they'd like. DbD lost to Team NCW last week, and Vice and Striker... they're not quite on the same page, at least.

Shannan Lerch: I'm not entirely sure Team NCW and Thunder would be on the same page, either, but we'll see.

Zach Davis: Also tonight, we have Adam Knite going one on one with The Xtreme One. Last week, we saw TVO defeat Davey Boone. And we know that at Blast, we'll see Team Xtreme against the AoV in a TLC match for those Titles. I'm sure TXO would love to get the advantage even more in their favor.

Shannan Lerch: We have the World Champion, Jack of Blades, up against... Safestyle Jack.

Zach Davis: Worst. Character. Ever.

Shannan Lerch: Bobby Cairo and Biohazard are teaming up in preperation for their big tag match at Blast. Tonight, they're up against the team of Jimpy and Ryu Kecendrai. Jimpy debuted to a victory last week, and Ryu is debuting tonight.

Zach Davis: We don't know who Lawnmower Jones' partner is going to be next week, so perhaps we'll find out tonight?

Shannan Lerch: Mike Ragnal, who has challenged Logan to a match at Blast, is up against Logan's long time nemesis, Rick Mad. Rick Mad is also, of course, a member of Team NCW.

Zach Davis: And I'm sure Seth Lerch is going to do all he can to make sure Logan loses that match. We'll see if Ragnal is up to the task, and see if he can defeat Mad tonight.

Shannan Lerch: And in our opening match, we'll see The Violent One take on the debuting "Texas Red" Johnny Craven. Craven interfered on behalf of the AoV last week, which leads to this match.

Zach Davis: Here we go!

The Violent One vs Johnny Craven

The lights dim as bells begin to toll very slowly. Then fire erupts from the ramp and entrance as the chorus of "Hey Man Nice Shot" by Filter plays. At this time Johnny Craven comes riding out on a Harley that is black colored with dark red and orange flames on the front, sides, and back. He stops at the top of the ramp to take the cheers all in and then he rides down to the ramp and gets off of his bike. He then enters the ring and climbs all four turnbuckles , raising his arms in the air on each turnbuckle. Then the lights come back on.

Zach Davis: Johnny Craven is in the ring awaiting The Violent One.

Shannan Lerch: This will be an interesting fight, Craven has stuck his nose into the business of Team Xtreme and TVO looks to make him pay!

The lights fade to black, Alice N Chains: Man In a Box begins to blare, red and white pyro shoots out from the entrance as The Violent One Emerges from the smoke. He makes his way to the ring very slowly making sure to smack the hands of the fans. He enters the ring and makes his way to the corner and cracks his knuckles. Craven is standing there with a blank look on his face as TVO begins pointing at him.

Zach Davis: Looks like they are both ready to get it on here tonight Shannan!

Shannan Lerch: Get it on..yeah baby!

Both men come to the middle of the ring and are face to face as TVO is doing a lot of mouthing as the crowd is to their feet and going crazy as things are about to boil over! TVO shoves Craven as Craven looks off to the side and looks back at TVO as he’s still mouthing Craven. He shoves him a second time as the crowd is cheering for Craven to knock him in his dang head! Craven looks back at TVO who shoves him for the third time as Craven is now all up in TVO’s face pushing him back with his chest as TVO finally hits Craven in the face knocking him back somewhat as Craven fires back with a right hand of his own! Both men begin taking turns punching each other as no man gets the upper hand on each other and the referee finally calls for the bell to start the match and is trying to separate the two competitors that have turned the match into a brawl! Craven swings at TVO wildly as he ducks it and slams Craven face first into the turnbuckle and begins opening up with the Blind Rage on Craven! The referee is counting as TVO continues the assault on Craven, TVO pauses for a moment and pushes the referee away from him and then turns back as Craven grabs TVO and slams him back into the corner and begins to open up a rage of his own! Rights and lefts into the face of TVO, he grabs TVO and swings him into the opposite corner and follows up with a huge splash! TVO drops to the mat as Craven makes the cover!

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KICK OUT BY TVO! Craven stays on him with a rear chin lock as the crowd is going nuts! TVO begins to come to life as Craven is still trying to use his weight to his advantage, but TVO finally gets back up to his feet and begins feeding elbows into the rips of Craven before firing himself off the ropes and CRAVEN WITH A POWER SLAM WITH A PIN!

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KICK OUT BY TVO! Craven is upset and has TVO by the throat and is lifting him back to his feet as TVO knocks Craven’s hand off his throat and begins to fight back with a few right hands and comes off the ropes again clotheslining Craven over the top ropes! Craven lands on his feet though and holds his neck some as he reaches up and climbs back into the ring but TVO baseball slides into Craven causing him to slam down over the ring barrier. TVO follows Craven outside as the referee is trying to get them back into the ring.

Zach Davis: Craven started out great but TVO is now in total control of this match and Craven doesn’t need to be outside with him right now. He doesn’t call himself THE VIOLENT ONE for nothing!

Shannan Lerch: Maybe you’ve got it all wrong Zach, maybe TVO doesn’t need to be outside with Craven.

TVO slams Craven head first into the ring post as Craven clutches his head and struggles back to his feet but not before TVO slams him head first on the steel ring steps. Craven is down and holding his head as blood begins to poor from his head. TVO slides into the ring to break up the 10 count and slides back out. TVO grabs a chair and starts to wave it around as the crowd is going crazy. He walks over to Craven and has the chair up and back behind his head, he goes to slam Craven in the head getting himself disqualified but Craven kicks him in the gut first as TVO drops the chair on the ground! Craven gets up…DDT ON THE CHAIR!!! Craven lays there for a moment before crawling back up and back into the ring breaking the ref’s count. TVO is busted open as Craven is standing in the middle of the ring wiping the blood off of himself as TVO crawls back into the ring himself. TVO runs at Craven as Craven delivers a big boot to the face of TVO! Craven picks up TVO and attempts a suplex, but it is blocked by TVO who now attempts a suplex on Craven. But it is also reversed as Craven lifts TVO up in a suplex and flips him over and SUPLEX TO FRONT SLAMS HIM DOWN! PIN!

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TVO with a kick out! Craven looks frustrated as he picks up TVO and kicks him in the gut and places his head between his knees and POWER BOMB! Craven looks towards the crowd and gives them the thumbs down as Craven picks up TVO and has him around the neck and chest looking for the Craven Slam! Down comes TXO to the ring in a sprint and looks as if he’s climbing into the ring and draws the attention of Craven just enough. Craven comes towards TXO and reaches out for him as TVO is back up to his feet. Craven turns around, VIOLENT DROP! TVO hooks the leg with the pin!

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TVO has beaten Johnny Craven on his debut and it isn’t stopping from there. TXO is in the ring now and they are looking to double team Craven as they are both stomping on him as Craven is still fighting to his feet. He’s up as Team Xtreme swing him into the ropes and looks to give him a double clothesline but is ducked as Craven comes off the opposite ropes and delivers a double clothesline of his own! The crowd is going crazy as Craven drops to a knee from exhaustion! TXO is outside the ring as he’s got 2 chairs in hand and slides one into the ring to TVO as they look to give Craven a CONCHAIRTO! TVO is waiting for Craven to turn around as the crowd now begins to cheer louder as HERE COMES DAVEY BOONE! Boone hits the ring pushing Craven out of the way and spears TVO down! TXO slides into the ring with his chair and runs towards Boone but is met with a big boot by Craven forcing TXO to hit himself in the face with the chair and knocking him out of the ring! Boone is slamming right and left hands into the face of TVO along with forearms and causing the wound on his head to open up even bigger! Boone picks up TVO and kicks him in the gut and places his head between his knees and goes over to the turnbuckle and begins climbing to the top rope as Craven lays the chair down on the mat in front of him. Boone flips TVO up BOONE’S DAY DEVICE ON THE CHAIR!!! TVO clutches his back as Boone just sits there with a sickly look in his eyes! TXO grabs TVO out of the ring and begins quickly hurrying up the ramp way as Boone and Craven stand tall together in the ring. Both men just look at each other as Boone leaves the ring and Craven’s music hits. Boone begins making his way slowly back up the ramp and into the back.

Zach Davis: Seth Lerch said AoV can’t get involved in Adam Knite’s match with TXO but never said anything about them not getting involved with TVO’s match with Johnny Craven! What an impressive debut by “Texas Red” Johnny Craven, we are looking for big things from this kid in weeks to come.

Shannan Lerch: I don’t know about Craven, but I wouldn’t mind riding that Harley!

Mike Ragnal Segment

Mike Ragnal is in the locker room lacing up his shoes, while Sasha is sitting behind him, her arms wrapped around him.*

Sasha: You sure you're going to do this?

Mike Ragnal : Of course, babe. I've got Logan to take care of at Blast! And unless I can get him worried about losing, my best bet is to go out there and take on Rick Mad. If I don't, then I'm gonna get stuck as a curtain jerker, AGAIN, and have to deal with the same losers in the form of Jimpy or Pie F*cker!

Mike stands up, and Sasha slides her arms off him.

Sasha: See, that's the kind of attitude that keeps you there.

Mike Ragnal : That? Naaaah. C'mon. We gotta get going.

Mike offers his arm to Sasha, and she accepts as they walk out of the locker room.

Mike Ragnal vs Rick Mad

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 lights go dark. Frantic by Metallica begins playing, and green light slowly envelopes the stage, and eventually green pyro blasts from the stage and the lights come back on. Rick Mad is on the stage. He walks to the ring calmly, rolls in, and climbs one turnbuckle. Green pyro blasts from the other three. He then climbs down.

Zach Davis: This is Rick's first WCF match in quite a while, let's see how it goes.

Rick has a cocky look on his face. He approaches Ragnal, and the two tie up. Mad gets the early advantage, pushing Ragnal into the turnbuckle. The ref calls for a clean break, but of course Rick slaps Ragnal right across the face.

Shannan Lerch: He sure IS cocky.

Ragnal explodes out of the corner, tackling Rick down and hitting lefts and rights! The crowd pops, but Rick is quickly to his feet. Ragnal rushes him, Rick executes an Arm Drag. Ragnal is up, runs at him again, Rick leapfrogs, Ragnal bounces off the ropes, runs back towards Rick, and hits a big Clothesline. Rick goes down now, but gets back up. As he does, Ragnal executes a mean Snap Spinebuster! He covers, hooking the leg.

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Zach Davis: Ragnal has one of the best Spinebusters in the WCF.

Ragnal picks Rick up and kicks at him, and Rick is sent back into the corner. Ragnal keeps kicking him mercilessly, but eventually Rick catches one of the kicks and executes a Dragonscrew Legwhip! He then grabs the leg and drops an elbow to the inside of his knee.

Shannan Lerch: Rick is setting up the Sharpshooter, which is a move Logan also uses.

Rick starts stomping away at the knee next. After this, he decides to switch gears, measuring Ragnal and waiting for him to stand. He gets himself behind him, and locks in a Sleeper.

Zach Davis: That would be the prelude to Logan's Connector.

Ragnal knows this, and quickly goes into borderline panic mode, elbowing Rick in the gut quickly, over and over, until Rick is forced to break the hold. Rick smiles afterwards, shaking it off.

Shannan Lerch: I think Mad was giving Ragnal a little lesson there, and he passed.

Rick is done fooling around now, and goes for a Dropkick to Ragnal's legs. Ragnal sidesteps it, however, and hits a stiff kick to Mad's head. He then grabs him and hits a quick Gutwrench DDT!

Zach Davis: Great move, can he capitalize?

Ragnal begins climbing to the top rope, but his leg is hurt so he takes his time. By the time he makes it, Rick is up, and he hits Ragnal quickly before grabbing his leg and hitting a Super Dragonscrew Legwhip now!

Shannan Lerch: I didn't even know that move was possible!

Ragnal screams in pain, holding his leg. Rick signals that it is time to end it, and goes to grab Ragnal's leg. Mike has the same idea and knows what Rick is going for, however, and is able to kick him away. Mad storms towards him again, and this time Ragnal grabs him and throws him right into the turnbuckle. Mad stumbles away, Ragnal gets to his feet and whips Rick to the ropes... and hits the Ragnalrok!

Zach Davis: This is it!

Ragnal goes for the pin.

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Shannan Lerch: Mike Ragnal has pinned former World Champion Rick Mad.

Ragnal stands up, triumphant, while Sasha enters the ring and hugs him.

Bobby Cairo/Biohazard vs Jimpy/Ryu Kecendrai

The lights go out and "It's All Over" by Three Days Grace hits the PA. Once the main guitar solo hits, a big bang of pyrotechnics goes off and Jimpy is standing at the top of the ramp. Then there is a medley of lights flashing on and off at different points of the arena. Jimpy gets into the ring and goes to the turnbuckle. Jimpy does a backflip off the top rope and lands dead center in the ring and at the moment he lands, 4 fireworks burst out of the 4 turnbuckles.

Zach Davis: Jimpy made his debut last week on Slam with an impressive victory over Mike Ragnal.

Shannan Lerch: He looked good in that match, Zach. Let's see if he can shift gears and work effectively with his tag team partner.

The Lights go dim and a gong echoes throughout the arena and the screen flickers from black to white and then stays on Black and flames swarm the screen. An oriental theme starts to swallow around the arena at which time Kecendrai slowly walks out with his fists together. He slowly walks down the ramp and enters the ring via flip over top rope.

Zach Davis: This is the first time we've had a look at Ryu Kecendrai. From what I hear, he's a very accomplished martial artist.

Shannan Lerch: He's not the first kung fu guy to try his hand in WCF, but he is the latest and I can't wait to see what he brings to the table.

"Crippled & Broken" by Kataklysm pounds through the PA system as the crowd roundly boos. The lights in the arena flicker and pyrotechnics explode as the music builds. Biohazard and Cairo appear at the top of the ramp. The fans boo ever louder. Biohazard and Cairo take a moment to pose and flex, all the while taunting the crowd. Biohazard and Cairo finally make their way down to the ring, refusing to slap hands with any of the fans. Once in the ring, Cairo does the Ric Flair strut while Biohazard does a bunch of crazy flips and jumps.

Zach Davis: As much as I hate to ever give credit to Bobby Cairo, I have to admit that this tandem of Cairo and Biohazard has some major potential.

Shannan Lerch: I have to agree with you, Zach. These so-called Serpent Saints have shown an excellent chemistry in the only two previous occasions that we've seen them, at War two weeks ago and last week at Slam.

Zach Davis: What about these newcomers, the team of Jimpy and Kecendrai? What do you think of them, Shannan?

Shannan Lerch: I've been speaking with some of the scouts here in WCF and they like what they've seen from these guys. The real question is, can they work together?

Zach Davis: That will be a crucial factor in this match. Let's go to the ring.

Bobby Cairo has seized the microphone from the ring announcer.

Bobby Cairo: I'm a little tipsy so I'm gonna keep my comments brief. This is a poem I wrote about those pricks in Hollywood. It's called The Hushed Ambitions of a Quivering Candelabrum. I hope you like it. Sketching and etching the fevered frenzy of sleepwalking vanity guards. The corsets of dismayed damsels flailing about in a sea of unconscionable weariness. "Pastels!" they screamed and they were always wrong. That's it.

A spattering of audience members politely applaud Cairo's poetic ambitions, while most others take a piss break or wait in line for beer and hot dogs.

Zach Davis: Well, that sucked. Hopefully, Cairo's work in the ring will be better than his efforts on the mic.

Shannan Lerch: Say what you want, Zach, but I like a man who knows how to use his words. After a poem and a shoulder rub, I'm ready to take my pants off.

Jimpy and Kecendrai discuss strategy before the match. On the other side of the ring, Cairo and Biohazard grab each other and engage in a square dancing routine. They take turns doing the do-se-do and around we go. Jimpy and Kecendrai sneak up behind and attack the two Serpent Saints. Jimpy levels Cairo with a full nelson slam and Kecendrai plants Biohazard with a spinning DDT. Cairo and Biohazard roll out to the floor and try to regroup.

Zach Davis: This match hasn't even begun, but Jimpy and Kecendrai are making a statement! They're not going to be pushed around by the Serpent Saints!

Shannan Lerch: I think that Cairo and Biohazard were expecting a cakewalk, but clearly that's not going to be the case. The Saints can't look ahead to Blast if they want to walk out of here with a victory.

Cairo rolls back into the ring while Biohazard climbs onto the apron. Kecendrai goes to his corner, leaving Cairo and Jimpy in the ring. The bell rings. Cairo and Jimpy lock up. Cairo gains the advantage with a knee to the gut. Cairo pummels Jimpy with clubbing forearms to the back of the head. Cairo stomps away at Jimpy and chokes him on the mat.

Zach Davis: Cairo does not look pleased after being embarrassed by Jimpy moments ago. It looks like Cairo's technical expertise is going out the window at this moment.

Shannan Lerch: I told you, Zach, you should never piss this man off. He is totally unstable. I was out on a date with him this one time and I took a shrimp off of his plate without asking. The cops found me the next morning unconscious and lying next to a hobo on a park bench.

Cairo pulls Jimpy to his feet and whips him hard into the corner. Cairo charges, but Jimpy lifts his boot and clocks Cairo in the jaw. Jimpy takes Cairo down with a running bulldog. Jimpy makes the cover. Cairo kicks out after two.

Zach Davis: Jimpy had Cairo reeling early on in this matchup. This is exactly the type of start that this young team needed.

Shannan Lerch: Let's not celebrate too early, Zach. The last time I checked, a 16-seed has never beaten a 1-seed.

Jimpy attempts an Irish whip, but Cairo reverses it. Cairo nearly decapitates Jimpy with a leg lariat. Cairo scoops Jimpy up and hits the rolling Germans. Cairo makes the cover. Jimpy kicks out after two. Cairo pulls Jimpy over to the corner and tags Biohazard. Cairo holds Jimpy while Biohazard comes off of the top rope with a double axe handle smash. Cairo climbs out to the apron. Biohazard splays Jimpy onto the turnbuckles. Biohazard lays into Jimpy with a combination of stiff martial arts kicks. Jimpy's body absorbs the blows and he slumps to the mat in a great deal of pain.

Zach Davis: An impressive array of kicks by Biohazard. I wonder if the martial arts expert Kecendrai will have anything to say about that.

Shannan Lerch: Kecendrai be damned! Biohazard don’t know karate but he knows karazy!

Biohazard locks Jimpy in an armbar and leaps onto the top rope with his catlike reflexes. Biohazard walks along the top rope while still holding Jimpy in the armbar. Biohazard leaps from the top rope and takes Jimpy down with a perfectly executed hurricanrana into a cradle pinning combination. The ref makes the count. Jimpy barely kicks out after two.

Zach Davis: Biohazard is a frighteningly talented specimen. I can't wait to see what this guy is gonna do with a couple more years of experience.

Shannan Lerch: Did you know that Biohazard's second cousin is the drummer from The Killers?

Zach Davis: No kidding. Do they talk to each other?

Shannan Lerch: Yes, but only at Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner.

Biohazard stalks his weary foe around the ring, then he kicks Jimpy in the gut. Biohazard levels Jimpy with a praying crucifix powerbomb and makes the cover. Jimpy barely kicks out before the three. Biohazard once again ascends to the top rope. Biohazard attempts a Phoenix splash, but Jimpy rolls out of the way. Biohazard crashes into he mat. Both men are down and in bad shape.

Zach Davis: Oh noes! Biohazard went for the big aerial maneuver, but there was nobody home! Both men are trying desperately to make the tag to their partner!

Shannan Lerch: It looks like Bobby Cairo is busy stealing a slice of pizza from one of the fans at ringside! Oh boy, this is bad news for Biohazard.

Jimpy crawls over to his corner and makes the tag to Kecendrai. Kecendrai leaps over the top rope and he goes right after Biohazard. Kecendrai lays into Biohazard with some stiff martial arts kicks of his own. Kecendrai finishes the sequence with a spinning roundhouse kick to the forehead that knocks Biohazard over the top rope. Cairo finally notices the situation in the ring and quickly finishes his pizza before sliding into the ring. Cairo sneaks up behind Kecendrai and waits for him to turn around. Kecendrai turns around. Cairo goes for the superkick, but Kecendrai ducks and destroys Cairo with a superkick of his own. Kecendrai makes the cover. Cairo barely kicks out after two.

Zach Davis: Cairo barely kicks out, but wow what a superkick that was! Cairo is gonna be spitting up teeth after that kick!

Shannan Lerch: Kecendrai had the force of 10,000 screaming Chinamen behind that kick, Zach.

Kecendrai whips Cairo into the corner. Kecendrai takes a moment to pray to the Buddha before drilling Cairo with a handspring back elbow. Cairo crumples to the mat. Kecendrai scales the ropes. Kecendrai goes for the Phoenix Flight but meets a pair of knees from Cairo. Cairo slowly climbs to his feet and stomps away at the fallen Kecendrai. Cairo props Kecendrai up in the corner and injects a couple of shoulders into Kecendrai's gut. Kecendrai doubles over in pain while Cairo taunts the fans and receives a round of boos for his efforts. Cairo drops Kecendrai with the rolling fireman's carry slam and makes the cover. Kecendrai kicks out after two.

Zach Davis: Cairo has taken control of this match. This is where the experience edge that Cairo has over Kecendrai could really come into play.

Shannan Lerch: I guarantee you that Kecendrai has never faced anybody as calculating and methodical as Cairo when he was hanging around in the temple!

Cairo hits Kecendrai with a snap suplex. Cairo climbs to the second rope and drops an elbow on Kecendrai's shoulder. Cairo prances around the ring like a bullfighter.

Zach Davis: Oh noes! This can't be good! It's that Tito Santana shit!

Shannan Lerch: This should be the end of the match right here! Clap Trap coming right up!

Cairo quickly locks Kecendrai in the Clap Trap and screams like a lunatic. Kecendrai struggles to free himself, but to no avail. Cairo clenches back in the hold and commands Kecendrai to tap out in addition to insulting the man's family and heritage. The crowd cheers encouragement to the fallen warrior, but Kecendrai appears to be dead in the water. Suddenly, Kecendrai comes back to life. Kecendrai works like a man possessed to inch closer to the ropes as the fans cheer him on. Kecendrai makes a final burst and reaches out...he grabs the bottom rope!

Zach Davis: Kecendrai did it! He broke the Clap Trap! That's an unbelievable show of tenacity by this young star!

Shannan Lerch: I have to take my hats off to the young scamp, I didn't think he had it in him. Well done, old bean!

Cairo is furious. He jumps to his feet and gets in the ref's face. Cairo interrogates the ref like Elliot Ness at an Al Capone convention. Kecendrai rolls up Cairo from behind.

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Zach Davis: Kecendrai scores the pin over Bobby Cairo! What an upset!

Shannan Lerch: Cairo kicked out, Zach. What match are you watching?

Zach Davis: Oh, I'm sorry. I had my contacts in backwards again.

Cairo is REALLY pissed now. He pulls the young ragamuffin Kecendrai to his feet and brutalizes him with a vicious overhead belly to belly suplex. Jimpy tries to reach out and get the tag from his fallen partner. Cairo flips Jimpy the bird and Jimpy runs into the ring. The referee intervenes and struggles to hold Jimpy back. Meanwhile, Cairo and Biohazard plant Kecendrai with a sidewalk slam/diving reverse DDT combo which currently remains unnamed. WCF Creative is hard at work coming up with a name for that move. Anyway, the ref turns finally turns back toward the action as Cairo tags Biohazard into the match. Biohazard lands a few glancing blows to Kecendrai's forehead before whipping him into the turnbuckles. Kecendrai hits the turnbuckles and slumps to the mat. Biohazard ties Kecendrai into the Tree of Woe. Biohazard goes to the opposite corner. Biohazard gets a running head start and connects with a hesitation dropkick to the prone Kecendrai. Biohazard jumps to his feet and taunts the fans as Kecendrai writhes in pain.

Zach Davis: Kecendrai is in bad shape, Shannan. He desperately needs to tag Jimpy into this match, but I'm not sure if Kecendrai knows where he is right now.

Shannan Lerch: That's the least of his problems, Zach. It looks like Biohazard is breaking out the green ooze!

Biohazard props Kecendrai up on the ropes and spits green ooze in Kecendrai's face. Kecendrai immediately grabs his face and screams out in pain. The ref threatens to disqualify Biohazard, but Biohazard makes like he's gonna spit ooze in the ref's face and the ref backs the freak up. Kecendrai tries to rub the ooze out of his eyes, but to no avail. Biohazard slams Kecendrai to the mat. Biohazard climbs out to the apron. Biohazard hits a springboard legdrop on Kecendrai and hooks the leg. Kecendrai barely kicks out before three. Biohazard goes to the top rope. Biohazard leaps off the top rope in a shooting star press. Kecendrai's warrior instincts help him to roll out of the way at the last moment. Biohazard crashes to the mat. Kecendrai is still blinded from the ooze, but Jimpy is screaming out at him. Kecendrai follows his partner's voice and makes the tag. Biohazard tags Cairo. Jimpy and Cairo charge into the ring. Jimpy takes Cairo down with a pair of clotheslines and then goes up to the top rope. Jimpy leaps from the top rope...Cairo catches him in mid-air. Biohazard moves in for the kill. Goodbye Shopkeep!

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Zach Davis: It's all over! Cairo and Biohazard have won this match! What an impressive victory for them going into Blast!

Shannan Lerch: The Serpent Saints have made a statement with this win, Zach. Jimpy and Kecendrai gave them a hard-fought match, but Cairo and Biohazard will do whatever it takes to win. You can bet Lawnmower Jones and his mystery partner will be in for the fight of their lives next week at Blast.

The Serpent Saints strike a victory pose and soak in the boos as "Crippled & Broken" blares over the speakers.

Jack of Blades vs Safestyle Jack

We hear the beginning to Nonpoint's "Bullet With A Name". A faint silhouette is shown in the entry way, kneeling down with his head down as the masses of fans get to their feet. As the song continues to build itself the strobe light goes faster and faster. Once the chorus hits, bubbles appear on the stage because pyro is too dangerous as the strobe light stops.

Zach Davis: Another Jack Vs. Jack meeting. This one, however, will not feature a Reckless one. In fact, it will be the opposite. Jack of Blades will take on his most conscientious opponent yet in Safestyle Jack: the man who won't risk a leg lock unless he knows it will conform to the health and safety legalities that are put in place by the government state.

Shannan Lerch: So Zach, yeah, you speak the truth. This 'Safestyle Jack' won't dare attack an opponent unless he has a proper license and as much as I hate to recognise this idea, I think our 'Champion' will confirm this is a flawed stratagem tonight.

A red spotlight shines brightly on Safestyle Jack as he is kneeling down. He springs to his feet and throws his arms out. The fans are booing seeing Safestyle Jack as he starts to look around. As they start to walk to the ring, the spotlight stays on him as the people continue to boo him. Safestyle Jack looks at the fans in disgust, claiming they aren't all that safe. Once he is in the middle of the ramp, he stops and starts to hype himself up as he throws his arm into the air and lifts it high. A string of confetti shoots down the ramp as he brings the arm back down. He continues yelling at the booing fans. After he gets to the ring apron, he rolls into the ring, hopping on the nearest turnbuckle, throwing out his arms once more. The crowd boos, as he hops down and does the same on the opposite turnbuckle. He jumps off the turnbuckle, then crouches down, waiting for his opponent.

Shannan Lerch: A complete emulation of 'The Reckless One' excluding the caution.

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 silhouettes. 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 silhouettes 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 lays, 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 rose petals to fall from the ceiling around him as he apes the same crucifix gesture.

Zach Davis: I wonder whether Safestyle has any advice to give to Blades to allow him to live a safer life.

Shannan Lerch: Probably, and this is what I'd consider capital advice, don't involve yourself with that hideous whore of a wannabe of mine, Dysphoria.

Zach Davis: In fairness, I don't think Blades is the listening or advice taking type.

The bell strikes repeatedly and Safestyle hooks a front face-lock on Blades much to the complete puzzlement of everyone. Despite being a siphon of safety, Safestyle allows himself a tiny grin at his success over the current champion. This is however cut-short as he is driven into a nearby turnbuckle and grasps his back as it spasms from the parry. Blades, out of the grapple, bares and then positions himself opposite to his neurotic counterpart. Jumping through the air, Blades forces Safestyle Jack from the corner with a Stinger Splash.

Shannan Lerch: Wow, that's that upset over.

Zach Davis: It was a front face-lock; not exactly a demonstration of technical superiority.

With his opponent stumbling, Blades approaches the ropes and ricochets off them catching and forcibly winding the safestyle victim with a Springboard Enziguri. Blades soon follows this up by choking his enemy and pulling himself over with a bridge draining the air and life from the opposing Jack. Blades simply expresses contention at his momentum.

Shannan Lerch: Will the safe one submit?

Zach Davis: I don't know. By submitting, his hand could transmit some of the germs present on the canvas.

Blades, at this point only willing to entertain his attention, pulls himself and his contender from the hold and applies a Butterfly Lock before forcing SSJ across the shoulder with a German Suplex of considerable form. He neglects the release of the arms and hence, Safestyle Jack is thrown across and behind Blades another two times before the grapple is removed.

Zach Davis: Multiple Germans!

Shannan Lerch: And numerous Germans means either two things: a victory arriving or a new World War.

Shannan is right as Safestyle's legs are crossed and the 'Judgment Day Jolt' is applied causing a submission on the part of the more reserved Jack. The victorious Jack of Blades performs the usual actions that he does in success before requesting, in his stern demeanour, a microphone. It is given and as a result, Blades turns it upwards.

Jack of Blades: Thinking of you, CD.

He throws the microphone down at this uncharacteristically simple intimidation and paces away from the squared circle and the cameramen's sight. Safestyle Jack, in the same time, tries to regain some feeling in each of his calf muscles.

Shannan Lerch: Short and simple from our champion this time!

Zach Davis: But CD isn't as welcoming as Safestyle. And maybe he can provide the answer to Jack's little power trip come next week.

Suddenly, the lights go out.

Shannan Lerch: Oh God what is this?

Zach Davis: Jack has already left, I saw him disappear behind the curtain before the lights went out... what is going on?...

The lights come back on, and Safestyle Jack is in the ring, bleeding profusely.

Shannan Lerch: What happened!? That's not very safe style!

Zach Davis: I don't know Shannan... Safestyle Jack must not be making any friends, I'd say.

SSJ simply lays unconscious in the ring, waiting for someone to come to help him.

Adam Knite vs The Xtreme One

Lights fade to black then you hear Voodoo by Godsmack playing. Then TXO emerges from the back area with a towel over his head and mouth guard in walks right down to the ring gets to ring apron and jumps right on the apron. He then wipes his feet off and then gets in the ring. He then lifts both arms in the air knocking the towel off his head, he then goes to all four corners and crosses his hands forming an x for Team Xtreme.

Zach Davis: Business is about to pick up and 2 of the top technical wrestlers in our time are going head to head with a fiery hatred towards each other from their past. AoV can’t be at ringside during this match or they will be stripped of the tag team titles immediately. Last week, Adam Knite and Willy Carter were not allowed before, during, or after the match leaving Davey Boone to have his match stolen by the double team tactics of Team Xtreme and then almost destroyed again until the newcomer “Texas Red” Johnny Craven came to the aid of Boone. Why? We don’t really know!

Shannan Lerch: I’m really looking forward to this match, but you have to think about Boone sitting in the backstage area waiting to extract revenge on Team Xtreme for the way he’s been done the past few weeks.

Hell by Disturbed hits, just as the song hits hard, pyros shoot off but Adam Knite comes shooting off himself sprinting down to the ring sliding in and immediately tying into TXO as they begin to brawl as the referee calls for the bell. They are standing toe to toe in the middle of the ring punching each other back and forth in the face!

Shannan Lerch: What a technical match Zach, they are killing each other!

The referee attempts to gain control of the match by physically pulling the 2 a part but Knite knocks the referee down as finally Knite tosses TXO over the top rope. The referee again gets back up and steps in front of Knite and calms him down. Knite finally waits for TXO to get back into the ring as he grabs the steel ring steps and throws them to the side in a rage. Knite begins laughing at TXO taunting him as the crowd is already on their feet early in the match. TXO finally climbs back into the ring as they lock up as Knite gains the upper hand and pushes TXO back into the corner and then hammers a huge shoulder into the gut of TXO! Then he nails him with another one as TXO drops down to his knees, Adam takes advantage of this and nails a “Shining Wizard” to the head of TXO as he drops down. Knite continues on the assault by picking up TXO and nailing him with a Fisherman’s Suplex into a pin!

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KICK OUT BY TXO! Knite picks up TXO into an inverted fireman’s carry and drops him down into a neck breaker! Knite makes another pin hooking the leg!

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KICK OUT AGAIN BY TXO! Knite is getting frustrated as he pulls TXO over to the ring post and slides outside the ring placing TXO’s legs around the ring post and then clamps on the figure four around the ring post as TXO is screaming out in pain! The referee begins the count as Knite waits until the very last second before letting go, TXO clutches his legs in pain screaming!

Zach Davis: Adam Knite is softening up TXO for the Restless Knite!

Knite climbs back in the ring as TVO slowly begins making his way back down to ringside. Knite pauses for a second and begins yelling at TVO to go to the back as TVO just stops at the end of the ramp and laughs at Adam. TXO staggers back to his feet and notices Adam has his back turned to him and comes up behind him...BOOM 1 German suplex...BOOM 2 German suplexes....BOOM 3 German suplexes into a pin!

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KICK OUT BY ADAM! TXO is back up and so is Adam...DDT by TXO to Adam Knite! TXO lays an arm over Knite!

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Shannan Lerch: This is a kickout fest!

Both men are down as the referee is checking them both and begins his mandatory 10 count as TVO is on the outside urging on his tag team partner TXO. The count is now at a 5 as both men begin to stir around as TXO reaches over to the ropes for some help up to his feet as Adam Knite is crawling to his feet as well. The referee is at 8 as TVO jumps up on the apron. The referee comes over to tell him to get down off the apron as TVO argues with him about it. Adam Knite is up on his feet and sees what TVO is doing and runs over and knocks him off the apron! The crowd is going crazy as now it is one on one! TXO comes up behind Knite and attempts the German suplexes again, Knite reverses around behind TXO and attempts his own Geramn. Only to be reversed again by TXO, as Knite swings around and kicks TXO in the gut and sizes up TXO for a gut wrench power bomb which is reversed by TXO into a sliding back roll!

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3.KICK OUT BY KNITE! Knite flips back to his feet as TXO gets up and Knite clotheslines him down! Knite points towards the sky as he’s preparing to take a high risk maneuver and climb to the top! The crowd begins to cheer as Knite starts his climb to the top and reaches his point and points towards the sky letting out a scream. SCREAMING FROM THE SKY!!! TXO MOVES OUT OF THE WAY AND KNITE LANDS BACK FIRST!!! TXO is to his feet and grabs the ankle of Adam Knite....THE THAT’S XTREME!! He’s got it locked on!! Adam is in pain and right in the middle of the ring and refusing to tap out!

Zach Davis: Knite is in the That’s Xtreme once again just like War! He didn’t tap out then but will he tap out now?

Shannan Lerch: Knite just has too much going for him right now, there is no way he’s going to tap!

The referee is asking Knite if he wants to tap as Knite shakes his head no as he scratches and claws his way over to reach the ropes but is pulled back to the middle of the ring! Adam Knite is screaming out in pain as the referee asks him again if he gives up which Knite shakes his head no again. Knite’s eyes begin fading away as the referee is now becoming concern as his eyes close and he looks limp. TVO is yelling on the outside for the referee to check Knite because he’s passed out! The referee raises the arm of Knite who still shows some life left in him! Knite lifts himself up and flips over forcing TXO to the outside on top of TVO!!! The crowd is in disbelief as how Knite figured his way out of that one after he had passed out and everything! There’s no way he could have powered his way out of that! TXO on the outside gives Adam Knite plenty of time to recover as he stands up grasping his ankle grimacing in pain. He begins to shake his leg some trying to get the circulation back in his foot and limps around the ring as TXO slides back in. Knite turns around as TXO is now standing and TXO takes a swing at Knite as Knite ducks it turns back around KNITES OF THE ROUND! TXO is down and out as TVO is also just now picking himself back up on the outside. Adam Knite grabs the leg of TXO and clamps down A Restless Knite! TXO looks to already be passed out before the hold was placed on him but comes to life when it is on him. He’s yelling out in pain himself as the referee is asking him if he wants to give up, but TXO refuses to give up himself! Adam Knite is screaming for TXO to tap out but TXO just refuses to tap out and attempts to crawl over to the ropes as slowly but surely he comes within inches of the ropes. Almost there, almost getting the hold broken up before Adam Knite pulls him back into the middle of the ring. TXO holds his hand up ready to tap out but refuses to do it. Finally TXO passes out completely as the crowd is trying to urge on TXO but it seems hopeless as there looks to be no life left in TXO! The referee checks on TXO and holds up his arm but to no avail and immediately calls for the bell!

Zach Davis: Oh my GAWD! WHAT A MATCH! Adam Knite refused to tap out and TXO refused to tap out before passing out! So much guts displayed in this match and so much will to win, just like at War except The Xtreme One was never pinned and never submitted to Adam Knite as Adam Knite was never pinned nor submitted at War VII!

Shannan Lerch: Wait a minute TVO is in the ring now with a chair!

Knite still has a Restless Knite on TXO as TVO comes up from behind him and SMASHES KNITE IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD WITH THE CHAIR! Knite crumples to the ground as TVO begins to stomp a mudhole in the fallen Knite! The referee is calling for the bell again as TVO continues the assault on Adam Knite. TVO grabs the chair and lays it in the middle of the ring as TXO is now beginning to move himself. Adam Knite gets to his feet and turns around. VIOLENT DROP ON THE CHAIR! TVO holds up his arms to a mixed reaction as some fans are loving it and some fans not! TXO is now back to his feet and rolls out of the ring and grabs another chair and crawls back into the ring and holds it up in the air! TVO picks up his chair and holds it up in the air as they are preparing for a CONCHAIRTO!

Zach Davis: Where the hell is AoV at? They can come down to the ring now and save their partner, there is no stipulation to that since the match is over! Team Xtreme is going to do to Adam Knite what they did to Boone a month back!

Knite begins pushing himself up as the crowd is anticipating AoV to come to the ring to rescue Knite. OUT COMES “SWEET” WILLY CARTER FROM THE BACK! He climbs into the ring but is met by TVO and is knocked to the outside of the ring! This gives Knite some time to realize what is going on as he spears TXO down causing the chair to be launched to the outside of the ring as TVO rushes over to help out his partner and the numbers game again catches up to Knite!

Shannan Lerch: Where is the other half of the tag team champions Davey Boone?

Alliance of Violence/Johnny Craven Segment

Cameras cut to the backstage area as Davey Boone is seen shaking hands with “Texas Red” Johnny Craven as they listen in on what they are saying.

Davey Boone: I want to thank you again for having my back out there and know I’ve got your back whenever you need it man. I’m glad to know that at least 1 person around here cares if I get my skull kicked in, thanks again bro.

“Texas Red” Johnny Craven: .............................................

Hank Brown is now seen in the backstage area as he yells for Boone.

Hank Brown: Davey Boone! Adam Knite is fixing to be destroyed if you don’t get out there right now!

Boone turns around quickly and takes off in a dead sprint behind Hank Brown. As the cameras are back into the ring as TXO and TVO have their chairs again waiting for Knite to get to his feet. But now out comes Davey Boone as he’s sprinting to the ring and slides in under the ropes as TVO takes a swing at Boone with the chair who ducks it and drop kicks the chair right into the jaw of TXO on the other side knocking him out of the ring! Boone gets to his feet quickly as he notices Carter on the opposite side is pulling down on the ropes as Boone runs at TVO and clotheslines him over the top rope chair and all! Carter climbs into the ring and rushes over to Adam Knite as Boone looks around and is begging for Team Xtreme to get back into the ring with him as TXO walks around and regroups with TVO as they begin making their way back up the ramp and pointing at Boone and motioning belts around their waists. Boone turns around as Knite is now back to his feet and is looking at Boone in disgust. You can hear Knite asking Boone where he was as Boone points to the backstage area and apologizes. Boone and Carter help Knite to the backstage area as the cameras cut back on Zach Davis and Shannan Lerch!

Zach Davis: I can’t believe what we just witnessed, Davey Boone was thanking “Texas Red” for having his back and totally lost focus of Adam Knite’s match here almost causing Adam Knite to suffer the same fate Boone suffered just weeks ago. Wow, this is just amazing! These 2 teams will settle their differences once and for all next week and hopefully ending this long feud once and for all. TVO beat Davey Boone last week and Adam Knite beat TXO this week to even the score at 1 to 1.

Shannan Lerch: And what a match up that will be next week on Blast! As we now understand the match will be a TLC Match for the WCF Tag Team Titles as AoV defend their titles against Team Xtreme!

The cameras cut back to the AoV locker room as Knite is sitting down on the table as a doctor is looking over him. Willy Carter, Davey Boone, and Johnny Craven are all seen in the locker room. Craven is wearing an AoV t-shirt as Knite pushes the doctor away from him.

Adam Knite: Go away you freakin idiot! I’m fine, I just have a knot on the back of my head and speaking of knot heads, Boone where were you out there?

Davey Boone: I’m sorry man, I was talking to Craven about him helping me out last week during my match with TVO and thanking him for it. Look, he’s got our shirt on, isn’t that cool? Everything is golden man, we are going into Blast next week as tag team champions and we’ve proved we can beat Team Xtreme.

Adam Knite: Boone, you left me out there alone man. I was almost CONCHAIRTOED! And Carter, you are so freaking black that you could barely make it to the apron! And where do you get off giving away our shirts? These shirts are 30 bucks a piece, Craven here will have to buy one in order to wear it! And what the hell is he doing in here anyways? Get him out of here, this is AoV only!

Craven just stands there and looks at Boone as he’s a little upset about what Knite just said about him. Boone pats the big man on the shoulder as Craven leaves the locker room and the scene fades.

Disorder by Design/Skyler Striker vs Team NCW/Thunder

Zach Davis: Time for our 6-Man Tag Team Main Event.

Shannan Lerch: These tag matches pop up all the time. Our booker is really uninspired.

''Remedy'' By Seether hits as Outcast and Davey Ortega emerge from the back. The smile, Outcast giving the finger to the fans as Davey waves to them. They walk to the ring as confident as ever. They enter the ring holding up their hands. They wait for their opponents casually.

Zach Davis: Team NCW came out on top over DbD last week, can they do it again this time?

"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: And the man of the hour, Thunder, looking to build some momentum here.

Zach Davis: If he’s building it, he’s starting from the very bottom. Thunder hasn’t won too many matches as of late.

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

Shannan Lerch: So many rivalries in this match! Outcast lost to Striker, Thunder has been fighting Vice, Team NCW have been at odds with DbD, Biggs and Thunder have squared off before, Outcast is set to face Biggs at Blast, and of course Striker has had his feud with Vice.

“Fallen, broken. Simply dissolved into an incomplete thought. An empty shell, cracked, and disfigured. With no remorse, I have been blinded by the darkness. With no disdain, I have received my punishment. And with no haste, I await them.”

After the words finish, the music of “Fallen Angels” by Ra kicks in as a bright white light flashes over the arena and fades to black again. The lights continue quickly changing between black and white as Skyler Striker enters the stage. He walks down towards the ring dressed in the usual black, unbuttoned shirt and the torn maroon pants. He slides into the ring and as the chorus hits, Skyler spreads his arms in a crucifix pose. He holds this, looking into the crowd, and then goes to the turnbuckle, repeating the crucifix pose. The lights return to normal as Skyler jumps down and the music fades.

Zach Davis: And our final competitor. This is going to be a very interesting match-up.

The bell rings and Thunder and Biggs start off. Biggs runs at Thunder and knocks him down with an elementary clothesline. Biggs goes for a pin already but Thunder kicks out before even one, and Biggs tags in Vice, who ascends the turnbuckle and misses a diving elbow drop, allowing Thunder to tag in Outcast, who misses Vice with a massive clothesline swing and Vice throws a punch at Outcast, hitting a few lefts and rights before whipping Outcast into the ropes and hitting the Outcast superkick before Outcast can blink! Vice pins Outcast, 1..2..no, Outcast is saved by Ortega, who hits a running Polish hammer to the back of Vice, and Vice rolls off. Ortega returns to the apron, and Outcast picks up Vice, whipping him to the corner, but Vice jumps over Outcast who rushes at him and Vice dives to his corner, tagging in Striker. Striker runs at Outcast and ducks a clothesline attempt, turning back to grab Outcast by the arm and hit a Final Revelation! Striker tags in Biggs who runs into the ring, and Striker lifts him up for Biggs to grab him and hit the Biggs Implant! Outcast falls flat on his face on the mat, and Striker returns to the outside while the ref counts, 1..2..no! Thunder interrupts the pin and when Vice tries to enter and stop Thunder, the ref admonishes him from trying to enter the ring and Ortega also enters the ring, and Ortega and Thunder both start laying the boots to Biggs.

Zach Davis: Look at this! Complete ignorance of the rules here!

Shannan Lerch: All’s fair in love and after War.

The ref turns to see what is happening and tells Thunder and Ortega to get out of the ring, and drives them to the corner, but while his back is turned, Striker and Vice dive in and start throwing boots of their own to Outcast!

Shannan Lerch: See? Totally illegal.

Zach Davis: Payback’s a bitch – like you.

Shannan Lerch: Up yours, Zach.

However, Striker and Vice finish before the ref turns around and drag Biggs back to their corner before hopping back onto the apron, and when the ref turns back around, he sees Biggs tagging in Vice. Vice runs into the ring and hits a running knee drop on Outcast, who is still out. He lifts Outcast slowly and hoists him onto his shoulders and goes to the corner, throwing Outcast up and over, hitting a snake eyes on the turnbuckle. Vice pins Outcast but Outcast grabs the ropes before the count can start. Vice gets to his feet and goes to grab outcast but Outcast hits a nasty mule kick to Vice, who stumbles back and this allows Outcast to tag in Davey Ortega. Ortega takes advantage of the dazed Vice and his a quick neckbreaker. With Vice down, Ortega springboards off the ropes to hit a Lionsault.

Zach Davis: He calls that the GM-A-Sault!

Ortega covers Vice, 1..2..no, Vice kicks out. Ortega nods to Outcast in the corner and Outcast gets into the ring, taking a running right hand at Striker while Ortega distracts the ref. Biggs tries to enter the ring but the ref sees this and stops him from getting in, and Ortega, who sees Vice getting to his feet, takes a quick run-up and nails Vice in the groin with a swift kick.

Shannan Lerch: Hail to the GM! Rules are going out of the window everywhere in this match!

Ortega tags in Thunder and Thunder slides into the ring, and puts Vice in the cobra clutch! Vice grabs at the air but Thunder cinches the hold in, and the referee lifts Vice’s hand, dropping it once…twice…and a half! Vice holds his hand in the air and shakes around, throwing Thunder away from him. Thunder takes a run at Vice but Vice ducks and nails the Outcast on Thunder! Vice nods to Biggs on the outside and Biggs grabs a chair from ringside. Striker is holding Thunder in the corner and sees the chair, still holding Thunder. He yells at Biggs but Biggs slides the chair into the ring. Biggs runs around the ring and pulls Ortega off the apron, and the ref goes to see the commotion. While he is turned away, Vice picks up the chair and looks at Thunder. After a brief glance, Vice swings the chair hard but Thunder ducks and Vice has nailed Striker with the chair!

Zach Davis: Hey! Hey! What was that? Vice just hit Striker with the chair!

Shannan Lerch: He hasn’t changed at all!

Zach Davis: He had a brief glance at Thunder, was something there? Was it an honest mistake? Did he know Thunder would duck?

Shannan Lerch: Well, if he did, he didn’t expect Thunder to do that!

Zach Davis: Do what?

Shannan Lerch: Look in the ring, idiot!

Thunder grabs Vice and nails Thunder and Lightning! He covers Vice, but the referee is still trying to stop the brawl outside the ring. Biggs is glaring at Outcast and Ortega, with the referee outside the ring. Thunder slides out of the ring and grabs Biggs, throwing him into the ring and Ortega and Outcast also enter the ring. The ref follows them and Outcast grabs Biggs, hoisting him onto his shoulders while Ortega ascends the top rope. Thunder hoists Vice onto his shoulders again and the crowd boo heavily.

Zach Davis: Disorder by Design are not in good position here!

Shannan Lerch: Double finishers!

However, from nowhere, Striker is up and because the ref is still surveying the rest of the ring and cannot see behind Ortega on the top turnbuckle, he does not see Striker drive a sledgehammer into Ortega’s back! Ortega yells in pain and Striker throws the sledgehammer to the ground, climbing to the top turnbuckle and hooking Ortega’s arms from in front. Vice, who is struggling on Thunder’s shoulders in position for the Thunder and Lightning, finally manages to slip free and at the same time Biggs shifts his weight backwards on Outcast to hit a hurracanrana! Vice grabs Thunder and quickly hits a sitdown facebuster and then grabs the dazed Thunder, hooking his arms and going behind him, prepared. Biggs grabs Outcast and hoists him onto his back.

Zach Davis: Not only a double finisher here, there’s three lined up! A complete reversal from DbD and Striker!

Shannan Lerch: It’s so unfortunate that Thunder has to be teamed with those weaklings from NCW.

Simultaneously, Biggs nails the Biggs Implant on Outcast, Vice hits Rejection on Thunder, and from the top turnbuckle, Striker dives into the air in Pedigree position and brings Ortega hard to the mat with the Fatebringer!

Zach Davis: Oh my! We haven’t seen that move since he used it on Shane Sires back in his earlier days last year!

And to follow up, all three simultaneously lock in their submission finishers! Striker hooks in the Lockdown, but gets Outcast with it instead of Ortega, Vice gets the Vicelock on Thunder, and Biggs, not having a submission finisher, lifts Ortega and nails another Biggs Implant for effect. The ref is looking at both Ortega and Thunder but they refuse to tap! However, Biggs is covering Ortega...

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Zach Davis: It’s over! It’s over! Disorder by Design and Striker are victorious!

Shannan Lerch: Despite the fact that you should never be allowed to have more than one person in the ring at a time.

Zach Davis: I’ll take a page from your book and say that a win is a win.

Danny Vice/Skyler Striker/And More! Segment

Striker, Vice and Biggs hold their hands in the air but suddenly, Vice goes to the crowd and steps in front, putting a finger to his mouth to quiet the crowd.

Zach Davis: What’s this?

Out of nowhere, Vice steps back and delivers the Outkast superkick to Striker in the middle of the ring!

Shannan Lerch: Desperate men, Zach!

Zach Davis: That wasn’t called for at all!

Vice grins and moves to Biggs, telling him to step aside. Vice lifts Striker and hooks his arms, delivering the Rejection piledriver to Striker and leaving him in the middle of the ring. Biggs grabs Striker and follows up with a Biggs Implant and then, on top of all of this, Vice ascends the turnbuckle and DbD deliver the Chaos Theory to Striker!

Shannan Lerch: Ouchtown, population: Skyler Striker!

DbD leave the ring and watch from the ramp as from outside the ring, Outcast slides in and lifts Striker up, dragging him to the top rope and nailing the Black Out piledriver from the top! Ortega slides in and hits the ropes, nailing the GM-A-Sault on Striker, and then Thunder also slides in and delivers the Thunder and Lightning Driver! By this point, Striker is almost out cold, and Team NCW exit via the announce table side of the ring, Thunder going out one of the audience sides. Thunder, DbD and Team NCW all grin at the carnage they have managed to bring on Striker, who is lying still in the middle of the ring.

Zach Davis: All five men have delivered their finishers to Striker, he has to be nearly out cold!

Suddenly, a figure rushes past Vice and Biggs and slides into the ring, dressed all in black. From nowhere, the figure delivers an all too familiar move to Striker – the Joker’s Wild.

Zach Davis: Oh, come on…

Shannan Lerch: It is! Striker is not having a good day.

Jack of Blades stands tall over Striker and yells at all the figures around the ring, who all come back in and start laying the boots to Striker.

Zach Davis: This is ridiculous! Striker is being humiliated!

Shannan Lerch: Shows what happens if you win War. You become a target!

Suddenly, we hear a loud crack, and Biggs, who is closest to the entrance ramp, goes down courtesy of a chair to the back! Vice turns around and receives the same to the head, and Thunder also manages to get on the wrong end of a chair. Outcast and Ortega slide out before they can get hit, and Jack slides out of the ring on one side of Striker’s unconscious form as Creeping Death stands on the other inside the ring, chair in hand, a look of fury in his eyes. The two stare each other down over Striker’s body as the copyright information comes up.

Zach Davis: CD has saved Striker! But all of these feuds will come to a culmination at Blast!

Shannan Lerch: See you next Sunday!

The copyright info disappears and the show fades to black.