Monday Night Slam Intro
The WCF logo appears and fireworks explode from the ramp and above the ring, we then cut to the announcers as the sold out crowd cheer their asses off.
Zach Davis: WELCOME WRESTLING FANS...
Kyle Steel : This is of course, Monday Night Slam!
Zach Davis: And what a night we have, Kyle!..
#1 Contender - Television Championship
JM Christopher vs Curtis Jones vs Carnage
This match was won by Carnage and he pinned Curtis Jones AND JM Christopher to become the #1 contender for the Television Championship!
Shaun Jackson vs King Jimmy Dean
Zach Davis: We're ready for our next match!
Kyle Steel: Cameras are backstage, What's going on?
We cut to the scene and Jackson and Tank and Chris Avery are beating up King Jimmy Dean!
Zach Davis: What the hell?! What are those wild pack of animals DOING?!
Kyle Steel: Beating up Jimmy Dean, I guess!
Tank picks up Dean and throws him like a lawn dart into the cement wall and Dean goes back down. Tank yells out to King.
Tank Reaper: SEE YOU NEXT WEEK YOU PIECE OF TRASH! IM GONNA GET HIGH ON COKE, SCREW ME SOME BITCHES AND THEN RAPE YOUR ASS AT EXPLOSION! BE PREPARED.. I'LL SEND YOU TO THE PLACE WHERE I SENT YOUR GIRAFFE!
Tank then kicks King in the head!
Zach Davis: I guess they're fighting at next week's pay per view?!
Kyle Steel: I guess so!
#1 Contender - Television Championship
Eric Price vs Buzzsaw Bundy vs Steeltoe Joe
‘Longhorn’ begins to play through the speakers, and gold lights begin to flash on and off over the stage. After several moments, Eric Price steps out from the back, and the lights all focus down on him in a bright golden spotlight. He walks down to the ring, taking his time, and looking through the audience as he walks.
Zach Davis: Here comes Eric Price. He’s gotta be wanting this one, after taking a beating from the Shadow Conspiracy last week.
Kyle Steel: That is indeed the case, Zach. But tonight, I have the feeling things could be different. Eric is going into this three-way match with one of his World Elite friends, Steeltoe Joe, as an opponent.
Eric climbs the ring steps, and slides between the top and middle ropes. He steps into the very center of the ring, and grins, showing off as he stares at the crowd.
The arena goes dark, "Cells" by the Servants begins to play through the PA as the entrance gate fills with smoke and neon blue flickers to the pulse of the music.
Kyle Steel: Speaking of Steeltoe Joe, here comes the powerful young athlete, looking to make a big impact.
Zach Davis: Yes, but even with Price and Joe working together, one has to wonder if the two can take down the big man, Buzzsaw Bundy.
The lights of glory begin to pulse as Steeltoe Joe comes walking slowly from the midst of the Smoke. He poses with his arms spread and then pumps his muscles. He slowly walks down the ramp slapping the hands of the fans and talking trash about his opponents. He walks up the ring steps and then walks through the ropes. He climbs the turnbuckle and flexes his chest and then raises his arms. He steps down and then begins to kick some ass and take some names. The colors of the lights of his entrance are blue, green, yellow and bright spot light.
The sound of a chainsaw being pull started reverberates through the arena, as ‘The Lumberjack’ starts. With the start of the lyrics Buzzsaw walks out, pausing on the stage to raise a fist. As the crowd pops, he makes his way to the ring, slapping the hands of the fans. Grabbing the top rope, he steps onto the apron and over the top rope into the ring. As he prepares for his match, he removes his flannel shirt, revealing his muscled body.
Zach Davis: Even with Price and Joe working as teammates, Buzzsaw has to be the early favorite in this match...or in any match, really. Look at the size of him!
The referee checks the competitors for weapons, and, finding none, calls for the bell.
DING! DING! DING!
Price and Joe start out on the same page, both men charging directly at Bundy. Bundy clotheslines both men, and throws Joe over the top rope. He picks Price up, and whips him into the rope, only to be met by a big boot on the rebound. Joe slides under the bottom rope, and takes his fist into the back of Bundy’s knee. Bundy topples to his knees, and Joe hits him with a powerful clothesline. Price gets to his feet, and the two lift him up, before Bundy goes back on the offense, and lifts the two for a double chokeslam. Price manages to fight out, but Joe goes down hard, and Price dropkicks Bundy’s knee. Bundy goes down to one knee, and Price climbs to the top rope. As Bundy gets back to both feet, Price leaps off, and catches Bundy by the neck, looking for a DDT. Bundy doesn’t fall, and throws Price off him in facebuster form.
Zach Davis: As one would expect, the big Buzzsaw Bundy is taking an early lead.
Price and Joe get to their feet at the same time, and bolt straight at Buzzsaw.Bundy hits a double clothesline on the two, and lifts Price up by the throat. He pushes him over into the rope, before chokeslamming him out of the ring. He turns around to Joe, and is met by a boot to the midsection. Joe follows it up by wrapping his hand and arm around Bundy’s throat in a rock bottom form.
Kyle Steel: Could Joe be going for... Is this it?
Zach Davis: The BAPTISM! Joe hits it!
Price rolls into the ring, and breaks up the pin. He throws Joe over the top rope, and pins Bundy.
Zach Davis: Oh my god! Eric Price just stole the win!
Kyle Steel: What a match! Wow! Price is Number one contender for the Television Championship!
Zach Davis: Jason Kash has a lot on his plate tonight, but next week he's certainly going to be facing Eric Price!
El Matador vs Captain Punishment vs The Brain
Zach Davis: El Matador is in the ring..
Kyle Steel: Another shot backstage..
Backstage, in front of the WCF backdrop stands Hank Brown with a microphone in hand and Nate Bishop by his side. The cameras start rolling as he gets his signal and starts speaking. *
Hank: Hello, ladies and gentlemen. I’m here right now with perhaps what could be one of the fastest rising superstars in WCF, Nate Bishop.
He turns to Nate.
Hank: Now Nate, we saw you literally get robbed of your first win last week on Slam during your triple threat match. This week you’re squaring off, one on one with a man you seem to have a storied past with in Tommy Knoxville. We saw all the promos, the trash talk, its very obvious that there’s some heated tension between the two of you. Why don’t you tell us here in the arena and all those watching at home your thoughts on the match?
Nate: Hank, Tommy Knoxville is just like an annoying younger brother that just wants to tag around with the older boys. He so desperately wants to fit in and be recognized but simply isn’t ready for it yet but refuses to face that reality. We’ve all heard him drone on an on about DangerTainment and Jason Kash and how I’m in somebody’s shadow, like he’s the one trying to save me from a fate that’s just not his own. I’ve heard it for months now, long before WCF had to hear about it. I’m sure everybody here is sick of it so just image how I feel. Tonight on Slam, me and Tommy get to go in that ring and settle this the only way we know how. The only difference between us, despite what Tommy wants to think is that I know just a little bit more him. I know more then him because I can open my eyes and see more then him. I can open my ears and hear more then him. I can open up my soul in that ring and feel more then him because I allow myself to do so. I allow myself to be great, to go out in that ring every week and give you an entirely different man then you saw previous. That’s how this match is going to end and that’s where all these little games are going to lay. Every week I grow into that High Profile, every week I become That Chosen Future that’s destined to lead this business and every week Tommy just stays.. Tommy.
Hank: Well said Nate. Now if I may we heard you say not to long ago about how you had future plans in WCF. If I may ask, what are your goals in WCF since it seems you have the frame work for something?
Nate: Frame work for greatness? The frame work as already been laid, the foundation has been set and now its just time to build. Like I’ve been saying I’m about going out there every week and redefining everything that everybody knows about this business and WCF is no different. Everything that I do, I perform at a higher level then everybody else and with a higher level of thinking. I’m steps, leaps and bounds beyond everybody in this company already because they’ve all allowed me. Weather they know it or not, the superstars in WCF have allowed me to take control of everything that goes on. Sooner or later they’ll figure out just what I mean but by the time they do, it’ll be too late and you’ll have to rename slam to “ The Nate Bishop Experience.” That got me to thinking though, with me suddenly in control- I gotta start knocking these WCF fools in line, show them their place below Nate Bishop and DangerTainment.
First, I thought to myself that I should start with a title but then well.. Dangertainment controls the mid card so by association not only do I control the mid card as well but I am the mid card. So where does that leave me to go next; the tag division? PPSHH… the tag division is for weekend warriors and men that can’t hack the big time and considering that Nate Bishop IS the highest profile wrestler in this generation or the last- I wasn’t going to lower myself and have to depend on some WCF waste-toid whose only chance at success in this company is off my hard work.
So now I got to figuring that my only option was Johnny Reb but the man looks so disheveled with that dime store, blind mans hair cut but he’s from the south an I don’t care what son of a pig educated that man - he’s got generations of inbreeding to over come so I figured that I’ll just leave him be for the time and focus on something a little more.. Intangible..
Hank: Intangible, what do you mean?
Nate snaps his fingers.
Nate: a symbol Hank, an “ Icon” a reason of and being beyond all hope and being. Men’s dreams, records.. Their realities..
Nate puts his hand to his chest.
Nate: That are now MY realities. I couldn’t help but notice while watching the rest of slam on the back on the monitors; a little factoid popped up.
Nate: Yeah Hank, a little Factoid. This little blip on the screen read off an interesting little tid bit. This tid bit read that Doc Henry has more wins then any other superstar in WCF, an undefeated streak at Pay Per Views- a streak that reaches all the way to nineteen wins.
Nate mouths “ WOW”
Nate: Admittedly I know none of these guy personally but wow, nineteen wins- I was about to give the man some credit but here comes Christian Gallos in my ear that Doc Henry is thirty-five and thirty- eight. That factors to about forty-six percent. That in mind, that means that twenty-five percent of Doc’s overall wins have come from pay per views. That got me thinking that since twenty five is one fourth of the whole that means that Docs entire legacy is his pay per view legacy. I know that Doc has other “ accomplishments” but none of them mean a damn thing. Floundering around in the mid card, piggy backing off of another mans work- isn’t not an accomplishment. HOWEVER twenty-five percent of Doc Career here is uncontested.
Hank: Well Doc is a very good athlet---
Nate: SHUT UP! Let me tell you something Hank before you talk about athletes and wrestlers and skill.. Until you’ve stepped in between those ropes, you know absolutely nothing! Doc is uncontested because he hasn’t been challenged and before you sit and try and tell me that no one could best him or that no one can out perform him on a big game situation- let me just remind you that I am The High Profile for a reason and that I’m going to show all these little WCF super stars what it really means to be just that.. A superstar and how you transcend that into something much greater. So right here, right now I’m challenging Doc Henry to a match at WCF Explosion. The very next WCF Pay Per View and what would be Doc’s twentieth win.
Hank: So you’re saying that you want to end the streak?
Nate: No, absolutely not. Nate Bishop isn’t ending Doc’s streak. Nate Bishop won’t be putting a little asterisk up saying that he “ended the streak.” Beating the snot and piss out of a lesser man, isn’t an accomplishment- it’s a show of dominance and power. April twenty-fifth at Explosion is not the day that Nate Bishop ended the streak but the Doc that Doc Henry started Nate Bishops. See the greatest thing that anybody could ever hope for now in the WCF isn’t attaining a hunk of leather and tin but LOSING to Nate Bishop because everyman at one point or another will fall to their future, to their destiny and at Explosion Doc Henry will fall to his.
Hank: But why; why Henry, why right now?
Nate: As I just told you Hank, I go out there and I do one, two, three, four , five times better, ten steps further and two tons plus a sack of bricks heavier then everybody else. Docs been here long enough to have permanently etched his name into the halls of the WCF. Instead of reading :
“Doc Henry- undefeated at Pay Per Views”
“For a good time call 1-800- “ Doc the Cock.”
You see, Nate Bishop never has and never will be satisfied with just scribbling small print on the bathroom walls, no,no! Nate Bishop is about making an Impact and making a statement. It took Doc over a year and a half to scratch what little he’ll be known for where as it’ll take me less then a month to take a sledge hammer to that wall- knock the son of a bitch down and build my own damn wall right in its place and it’ll read in great big bold red letters:
NATE BISHOP… YOUR CHOSEN FUTURE
Nate walks off, leaving Hank behind him, alone in front of the camera.
Tommy Knoxville vs Nate Bishop
Zach Davis: Folks, our next match is a return from a three-way last week.
Kyle Steel: Indeed it is, folks. Nate Bishop won his triple threat last week in a very controversial manner.
Zach Davis: Bishop had the awareness to throw Tommy Knoxville out of the ring after Knoxville had blasted Joe, and picked up the easy win.
"300 Violins" hits the PA system.
Zach Davis: And speaking of Nate Bishop...
After a few moment Nate appears out from the curtain and looks around the arena with a cocky grin on his face. He looks to the ring and points and boasts to himself. He makes his way down the ramp and into the ring, taunting the crowd on the turnbuckle before jumping down, waiting for the match to start.
The guitars begin to sound as "Halo" by Machine Head plays over the arena. The lights dim and the entrance stage fills with smoke as dark red and white strobe lights flicker over the arena. The drums in the intro begin to beat heavily as it echoes over the arena. A bright white light shines from the entrance way as the silhouette of a man stands there. The guitars then begin to play heavy as Tommy Knoxville walks out from the back and out into the open. He stands there on the stage for a moment with his arms by his side as he looks over the arena getting mixed reactions from the fans. He then begins to slowly walk down the aisle as a loud voice fills the arena.
"This is a call to arms,
will you stand beside me?
This is our time to fight,
no more compromising.
And this blackened heart will sing
For sad solidarity... "
The song continues to play over the arena with power as Knoxville slowly approaches the ring. He then slides into the ring and climbs to his feet. He walks around the ring for a moment just before walking over to the corner and looking over the crowd once more. He then climbs the turnbuckle and holds his arms out looking above pumping his fist with the music. He then jumps down and spins around facing the center of the ring by the time he lands on his feet. Bouncing back and forth staring across the ring in the opposing corner Knoxville prepares himself as the music slowly begins to fade.
Zach Davis: And there’s Knoxville. Let’s get this thing underway!
DING! DING! DING!
The two lock up, and Knoxville gets the upper hand. He knees Bishop in the gut, and plants him with a quick DDT. He goes for the pin.
Bishop kicks out before the two count, and springs back to his feet. The two lock up once more, and this time, Bishop gets the upper hand. He flips Knoxville over with a quick suplex, and holds on, rolls, and hits a second. Knoxville breaks free, and gets to his feet, and sends Bishop flying with a release German Suplex. He gets to his feet, and lifts Bishop, before sending him overhead with a T-Bone Suplex.
Kyle Steel: And a nice T-Bone Suplex from Knoxville. Bishop is going to have to get back into this one quick.
Knoxville gets back to his feet, and waits for Bishop to get to his feet. As he does, Knoxville leaps, looking for a flying clothesline, but Bishop sidesteps, and Knoxville lands hard. He gets to his feet quick, and the two stair down in mid-ring. Knoxville blitzes forward, but gets hit with a spear from Bishop. He lifts Knoxville onto his shoulders, and throws him off in front of his body.
Zach Davis: FUTURE IMPERFECT! Bishop hits it, and lights out for Knoxville!
Kyle Steel: Yes indeed, Zach. Bishop with a nice win here.
#1 Contender - United States Championship
Ana Valentine vs Shane Borderland
As the lights dim throughout the arena, red strobe lights start shining everywhere as the sound of "The Biggest, The Best" by Clawfinger blairs through the arena. Shane Borderland slowly comes out behind the curtain and stops when he reaches the top of the ramp and looks throughout the crowd. He raises his arms up in the air as the crowd boo’s him. He starts walking down the ramp looking side to side at the crowd. He jumps up on the apron, and turns an looks at the crowd and shakes his head. He goes through the middle rope and hops up on the turnbuckle and extends his arms. (Randy Orton Style) then he jumps off the turnbuckle.
Kyle Steel: Borderland is in the ring.. Wait a minute!
All of a sudden, Jason Kash and Nate Bishop come down the ramp and walk to the other side of the ring in front of the announcers. They stand there intense and fired up.
Ana walks down the ramp to pink pyro’s shooting off behind her. She pauses at the steps to the ring to blow kisses to the crowd. She then steps into the ring bending low to slip between the middle and bottom rope.
Ring attire is White knee high boots, Red hot pants and matching halter, bearing her midriff, her hair pulled back.
Zach Davis: Here we go!
Ana ducks a clothesline from borderland and gets to the offense quick! Borderland reels back into the corner as Valentine hits all kinds of lefts and rights. She throws Borderland to the other corner where he hits then stumbles out and gets a back body drop! Valentine feels it from the crowd and picks up Borderland and throws him to the ropes and upon his return gets a spinebuster! She goes for a pin but the ref is pulled out of the ring by Bishop. Kash gets on the apron and Ana runs over and punches him in the face! Kash goes down and Bishop keeps arguing with the ref and Valentine ducks Borderlands quick clothesline and hits a neckbreaker!
Zach Davis: Dangertainment is trying to ruin this match up!
The ref gets back into the ring as Valentine goes for another cover but Kash gets into the ring and distracts the ref and Bishop hits Valentine from behind with the Television Championship that Kash dropped behind hte ref! Valentine is out and Borderland covers and Kash gets out of the ring.
Kyle Steel: Well son of a bitch, that was crazy. Ana had it won!
Zach Davis: Well look at this.. the numbers game once again!
As Ana props herself up in the corner Borderland has slid out of the ring, standing looking at Ana.
Zach Davis: Uh oh.. what do they want?!
Dangertainment slides into the ring. Ana stands upright from the corner knowing she's in for a fight.
Zach Davis: Way to taint a great match, Dangertainment!
Kyle Steel: Let's see if Ana can fight out of this.. the crowd is certainly behind her!
The men slide into the ring without hesitation, stepping toward Ana until she is cornered. With nowhere to go Ana has no option but to stand her ground to the men, with smug smiles across their faces.
Zach Davis: They are taking pleasure in this..
As the men step forward the lights cut out. A pop from the crowd later and the spot light shines toward the rafters. One light pinpointing something.
Kyle Steel: Is that the guy who was wondering round behind us a couple of weeks ago?!
Zach Davis: Its hard to see from here but I think so..
The man looks down toward the ring, which is pitch black, and as quickly as the spot light came on it disappears. The lights in the arena fire back up and in the ring stand Dangertainment.. Ana Valentine is gone.
Kyle Steel: Ana got her ass out of that ring right in the nick of time!
Zach Davis: Very smart!
Dangertainment look around, clearly angry. After shouting a little bit, and asking each other "what the hell happened", the men depart from the ring.
Zach Davis: Who is this guy?! Why the hell does he keep appearing wherever Ana is?!
Kyle Steel: I'm sure we'll find out... Sooner or later...
WCF's DID YOU KNOW SEGMENT
WCF Classic Tournament
- FINAL FOUR -
Roy Speede vs Mr. FPV
'Hear Me Now' by Hollywood Undead begins to play through the speakers as Roy Speede steps out on stage. He crosses his arms in an X across his chest, with his right arm underneath his left, and his hands in his fists. He bows his head for several seconds, and his chin rests in the gap between his fists.
Nolan Walker: Introducing, from Richmond, Virginia, Roy Speede!
Roy drops his right arm, and raises his left arm in the air, with his pointer, middle, and pinky fingers extended, and his ring finger and thumb tucked into his palm. His palm is facing the crowd. He drops his arm, and begins jogging to ringside, high-fiving fans as he goes, before climbing onto the apron, and then climbing the outside of the turnbuckle. He raises his left arm, with the same fingers extended as when he was on stage. He leaps from the turnbuckle into the ring.
Zach Davis: Speede and Haden get into the ring.. Speede has his work cut out for him.. the winner of this match is going into the final round of The WCF Classic Tournament!
Kyle Steel: Speede could be looking at the biggest night in the history of his WCF Career!
With the loud guitars of "You Know My Name" backing him up, the man known as Mr. FPV emerges to begin his fight. He looks around the crowd for a few seconds, as if to scan the crowd, and then starts to walk towards the ring. Just before coming close to the ring, he gets a running start and slides into the ring from under the first rope.
FPV talks a quick walk around the ring, waving the any fan who he makes eye contact with, and then sits down in a lotus position, waiting for the match to begin.
Kyle Steel: Speaking of big nights in their careers.. who the hell knew Mr. FPV would get this far! But he's done it.. and these WCF Fans love him!
Zach Davis: They also love Speede too! This crowd is split.
The ref rings the bell and FPV and Speede circle each other in the ring slowly.
Crowd: LETS GO SPEEDE! LETS GO FPV! LETS GO SPEEDE! LETS GO FPV! LETS GO SPEEDE! LETS GO FPV!
They tie up and Speede gets the upperhand and shoves him back into the corner and FPV puts his arms up and Speede backs away slowly and the two show a bit of respect towards each other in their eyes. Speede claps and the crowd gets behind it. The crowd now claps and they tie up once more and FPV gets the upperhand and shoves Speede into the corner. The ref wants to break it up so FPV backs up and Speede nods and lets him. They both get to the center of the ring where they tie up a third time and FPV gets into a sidehead lock and then shoved off to the ropes where Speede hits hte mats and FPV glides over him and continues running and hits the ropes and returns, and Speede hits an elbow sending FPV down to the mats! Speede hits the ropes and FPV nips up and leapfrogs into the air and Speede runs underneath and hits the ropes and FPV hits the ground and rolls back as Speede front flips forward both men get up and go for a right punch but it's blocked. They both go for a kick and it's blocked. They both hit the ropes and both hit a clothesline but both men still stand so they hit the ropes once more and hit a dropkick, but their feet kick each other in the air and they both get up and just stand there in fight-attack position.. they stand still and the crowd rises to their feet and pops. Both men take the applause from the crowd!
Zach Davis: Oh my! What a show these two are putting on!
Kyle Steel: Punches, kicks, dropkicks, leap frogs.. no matter what they're throwing at each other they're also blocking it.. tit for tat, Zach! Tit for tat!
FPV grabs Speede and they tie up once more and Speede goes back into the corner where FPV hits three backhand chops before sending him across the ring into the other turnbuckles chest first, Speede stumbles backwards and FPV hits the ropes then a stiff clothesline! FPV hooks the leg but it's only a two count. FPV gets up and picks up Speede and throws him to the turnbuckle back first this time and when Speede stumbles out FPV hits the ropes and then hits a bulldog! FPV, rather than going for a pin, takes a breather and then hooks the legs for a catapult into the turnbuckle to where Speede stays put head down on the top turnbuckle.. and FPV runs and hits a clothesline to the back of Speede before letting him stumble back into a back suplex! FPV has him down in the middle of the ring! He pins.
Zach Davis: FPV using the turnbuckles for advantage.. and why not, that's what they're there for!
Kyle Steel: Speede knows his way around the WCF ring now a days though! It'll take more than that!
FPV picks up Speede and throws him to the ropes and then hits a back body drop! FPV goes to the turnbuckles and stands on the top rope and leaps but Speede hits a vertical leaping dropkick to the face of FPV! And both men go down! Speede gets up first and picks FPV up by the head and hits a snap suplex! Speede makes the cover but it's a kick up! Speede grabs FPV and throws him to the outside! Speede gets to the apron and then springboards into a high flying moonsault and lands on FPV! Speede lands on his feet and taunts and the crowd goes wild for Speede! Speede picks up FPV and throws him into the ring.. Speede takes his time and high fives Haden and high fives some fans and gets on the apron but FPV kicks Speede! Speede bends between the ropes and FPV grabs him for his signature DDT! The crowd goes wild for this move.. and FPV hits the DDT from the second rope!
Zach Davis: IT COULD BE OVER!
Kyle Steel: The current United States and Tag Team Champion kicks up from a devestating signature move!
FPV starts to fist pump and the crowd gets behind him "FPV! FPV! FPV! FPV! FPV! FPV!" He gets up and picks up Speede and hits a brain buster! FPV holds his shoulder in a bit of pain but crawls over and hooks a leg!
Zach Davis: AND SPEEDE KICKS OUT AGAIN!
FPV slaps the mat and the crowd continues getting behind him one more time and FPV picks up Speede and throws him to the corner. Speede is picked up and sat on top of the turnbuckle and FPV grabs Speede and lifts him straight up and down in the air for a suplex off the top rope.. but FPV is stalling.. He leaves Speede hanging upside down for ten seconds now.. fifteen seconds.. twenty seconds... Speede rakes the eyes of FPV and flips back into the ring and lands on his feet.. FPV bends forward and Speede runs and flips into the air and flip-bombs FPV off the ropes to the mat and then hooks the leg for a pin!
Zach Davis: This could be it!
ONE! TWO! THREE
Kyle Steel: OHHHH and FPV gets a shoulder up!
Zach Davis: How the hell did he do that?!
Speede takes a breather but he reaches up and grabs the ropes and pulls himself up to his feet and picks up FPV and turns him around into the FLASH FORWARD! Speede looks to have had it done and that's when Thomas and Turner hit the ring! They jump onto the apron and the crowd boos! Speede hits Thomas in the groin and he goes down hard! Haden gets into the ring and flies into the air and over the top rope and crashes into Turner and they both fly off the apron!
Zach Davis: Haden wants this match to be fair and doesn't want it to go down in a DQ! That's respectable for FPV as well!
Kyle Steel: Those guys know cool, and that's definately cool!
Speede turns around and ducks FPVs clothesline and then hits the ropes and hits the High Speede Impact! The flying pele kick! FPV is done!
Zach Davis: This is it!
The ref was dragged out after two however, and only the crowd chanted three. Thomas shoves the ref but Haden clotheslines Thomas down! Doc Henry slides into the ring and hits the Gamblers Hand on Speede! Doc Henry rolls out of the ring and grabs Thomas and Turner and they both jump the guardrail and exit through the crowd! FPV gets up slowly and notices Speede is out but can't remember how so he pins. The crowd cheers either way and the ref slides back in!
Speede kicks up.
Zach Davis: WHAATTT?! SPEEDE KICKS UP!
Kyle Steel: Oh wow! Looks like the plan from the country boys back fired! FPV wouldn't have won it that way had he known though..
Zach Davis: Speede has guts.. FPV is still moving, this is an incredible bout!
FPV gets up and the crowd starts to cheer for both men and Speede gets to his feet and that's when FPV grabs Speede and tries to connect with the double knee gutbuster but Speede lets FPV drop down and FPV doesn't connect so Speede catapults FPV into the ropes but FPV lands on the bottom rope and then kicks backwards and connects to the gut of Speede and FPV leaps off and rolls Speede up in a school boy pin!
Zach Davis: SPEEDE KICKS UP ONCE MORE!
FPV slaps the mat once more and picks up Speede and throws him to the ropes in the corner. FPV runs and Speede lifts FPV up and over the ropes to the apron! FPV then grabs Speede by the hair and slams him down on his back! FPV climbs up the ropes but Speede gets up and hits a dropkick sending FPV off the ropes to the apron and flips off that and crashes to the mats below! FPV looks out and the ref begins the count to ten..
Jason Kash hops up to the apron and distracts the ref as Shane Borderland slides into the ring and grabs Speede and hits the QD2! Borderland rolls out of the ring and Borderland and Kash run up the ramp smiling and high fiving to the chorus of boos. FPV slides into the ring and he knows what just happened and he rolls in.. the crowd is in a confused state of mind and the ref starts a ten count for Speede who is out cold!
FPV grabs Speede and picks him up and pushes him into the corner.. FPV backs up to the middle of the ring and lets Speede get his breath.. the crowd cheers for the respect FPV and Speede have for each other..
Zach Davis: FPV could have had it won!
Kyle Steel: But he doesn't want a victory like that!
Speede stumbles out of the corner and FPV hits The Duster! FPV pins!
SPEEDE KICKS UP!
Zach Davis: HOW THE HELL DID HE JUST KICK UP?!
FPV picks up Speede and hits another Duster! FPV pins!
Zach Davis: FPV WINS!
Kyle Steel: MISTER FPV IS GOING TO EXPLOSION AND TO THE FINAL ROUND OF THE WCF CLASSIC TOURNAMENT!
Zach Davis: FPV has done it! I can't believe it!
FPV celebrates to the crowds approval and WCF Fans go crazy. FPV lifts up Roy Speede and raises his arm too. Haden comes into the ring and shakes FPV's hand. Haden takes Speede and they leave the ring and FPV celebrates some more as we cut to a commercial break.
(3 on 2 Handicap Match)
Doc Henry, John Thomas, Justin Turner vs Greenfever & Oblivion
We come back from commercial with a sweeping shot of the crowd as they let hold up their homemade signs and let loose with a "Dub See Eff" chant. The camera then comes back to Zach Davis and Kyle Steel at the announce table.
Kyle Steel: Welcome back to Slam ladies and gentlemen. We've had ourselves one heck of a show, wouldn't you agree Zach.
Zach Davis: Agreed. And what a show we still have to come. We still have our huge tag team main event coming up later on. Torture and D-Day in the same ring...what can we expect from that?
Kyle Steel: An old fashioned slobberknocker I hope. And let's not forget about our...
A commotion from the crowd diverts the announcer's attention toward the jumbotron, which has gone from black to flickering with static. The lights in the arena drop as a ring, not the one in the arena but a different one, appears on the screen.
Voice: Attention WCF, in less than two weeks time you are going to be introduced to the new breed of talent that the wrestling world has to offer. I promise that you are going to see things that you've never seen before, along with a few things that you have seen but never done the way I do them. You may not know my name now, but I promise you that after you see what I'm capable of inside, and outside, of the ropes, my name is going to be known worldwide. And while some of you may not like me, or what I stand for and believe in, you will have no choice but to stand up and applaud my talent.
The camera focused on the ring pulls back to reveal an individual, their back turned away from the lens and the hood of a black sweatshirt pulled up over their head. "sXe" is written across the back of the sweatshirt. The camera zooms in on the word as the image slowly fades out...
Zach Davis: What was that all about? sXe?
Kyle Steel: Seems like somebody forgot how to spell sex...or possibly never had it.
WCF Classic Tournament
- FINAL FOUR -
Philip Baines vs Jason Kash
Zach Davis: It's time now for our co-main event as two champions, Jason Kash and Phillip Baines, go head to head in a non-title bout to determine our second finalist in the WCF Classic!
Kyle Steel: We saw both men overcome tough challenges in their first two Classic bouts, but this is probably the stiffest test that either man has faced!
Zach Davis: Baines is new around here, Kyle, but he's certainly turned heads with back-to-back victories over Greenfever and Creeping Death, en route to capturing and successfully defending the Hardcore Championship. Meanwhile Kash has established himself as a dominant Television Champion with his wins over Terry Roberts and Buzzsaw Bundy. It's the "Young Lion" locking horns with the "Bad Influence" and it's... right now!
The eerie opening strains of "Exiles" by Therapy? fill the arena as the lighting goes wonky. A major pyrotechnics explosion occurs at the entrance ramp followed by the drums and bass kicking in on the song, and now the lighting is really tripping out. Phillip Baines appears at the top of the ramp along with Bobby, Gina and Emily. They're greeted by a loud cheer from the crowd and a fancy display of sparkly pyro. The foursome raises their arms in salute to the fans and then they make their way down to the ring, slapping hands with the fans along the way.
Once they reach the ring Phil hops onto the apron and flips forward over the top rope while Bobby walks up the steps and climbs in through the ropes. Phil holds the ropes open for Gina to enter the ring while Bobby does the same for Emily. Inside the ring they each go to a corner, hop onto the turnbuckles and salute the fans once again.
Zach Davis: This kid Baines has talked a lot of smack in his three weeks in this company, Kyle. On one hand you've gotta hand it to him for having bravado on the mike and backing it up in the ring, but I've heard grumblings that he's rubbed some of the veterans in the locker room the wrong way.
Kyle Steel: As long as he wins matches then he's entitled to run his mouth, whether he's a rookie or not, but if you talk that much smack and lose... well, let's just say that it's going to be awhile before he hears the end of it!
"I'm The Bad Influence" by Lil' Wyte hits the PA. As the beat begins to thump throughout the entire arena, smoke begins to seep out of the stage. Jason Kash comes out with his platinum JK Chain hanging around his neck. He has his Championship Belt flopped over his left shoulder as he steps up to the middle of the stage, right before the aisle way begins. He leans forward, touching the steel ramp and then comes up straight and raises the belt up above his head with one arm. He rests the belt once again on his shoulder as he makes his way to ringside. He climbs up the steel steps and enters the ring. He raises the belt one more time before handing it to the referee and slapping himself a few times to ready himself for the match.
Zach Davis: Kash has been on a hot streak since his return to WCF and he's riding high right now, Kyle! We know that he's confident, maybe a little bit cocky, but he's been around this sport for a long time. I don't think he'll get caught up in the moment of wrestling for a spot in the Classic final!
Kyle Steel: I agree with you, Zach! Kash has been in big matches before. He's been a World Champion in other companies. He's determined to win the Classic and gain his first shot at the WCF World Championship! Will his experience edge be enough to overcome the unbridled enthusiasm of the newcomer Baines? We're about to find out!
Referee Slappy Johnson calls for the bell.
Baines and Kash quickly shoot in from their respective corners. They eschew the traditional collar and elbow tie up in favor of thirty seconds of pure brawling, with both men landing solid right hands as the crowd goes apeshit. Baines connects with a head kick that staggers Kash. Kash answers with a Muay Thai knee flush to the jaw that drops Baines.
Zach Davis: Down goes Baines!
Baines gets up and Kash whips him into the ropes. Baines ducks a clothesline attempt by Kash. Kash turns around and eats a Capoeira kick from Baines.
Zach Davis: Flashy move by Baines! He makes the cover!
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Both men are up. Baines whips Kash into the ropes and puts his head down for a back bodydrop attempt. Kash sees it coming and stops short. Kash grabs Baines around the neck, lifts him up, spins and hits a nasty DDT.
Zach Davis: Big DDT from Kash! Now he makes the cover!
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Baines shakes off the effect of the DDT as both men get to their feet. Kash knees Baines in the midsection and plants him with an Anderson Spinebuster.
Zach Davis: Old school spinebuster from Kash and he does it as well as AA himself!
Kyle Steel: Kash is going high risk now, Zach! He's climbing the ropes!
Kash gets to the top rope and wastes little time in trying for a short range flying legdrop. Baines is able to roll out of the ring just in time to avoid the move. Kash hits the mat and grabs his posterior as he writhes in pain on the mat.
Zach Davis: Nobody home that time for Kash!
Kyle Steel: It looks like Baines is talking to Cairo outside of the ring, Zach. I guess he's getting some advice.
Baines rolls into the ring and pulls Kash up to his knees, but before Baines can do anything with him Kash lands some solid punches that double Baines over. Kash spins Baines around and drills him with a lifting reverse DDT. Kash makes the cover.
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Zach Davis: That's twice that Kash has DDT'ed Baines already in this match, Kyle! Between those DDT's and the chairshots that Baines has taken to the head in his last two hardcore matches he might want to get an MRI to make sure he doesn't have any long-term damage!
Both men are up. Kash plants Baines with a Belly to Belly suplex and once again climbs the ropes.
Kyle Steel: Kash is going high risk again, Zach! Will he have more success this time?
Flashbulbs go off throughout the crowd as Kash delivers a picture perfect Macho-style flying elbow drop to Baines' chest cavity. Kash quickly hooks Baines' leg.
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Zach Davis: Kickout by Baines, but Kash has started to seize control of this match after the back and forth action early on!
Kyle Steel: Those are the veteran instincts of Kash kicking in, Zach. He doesn't get excitable even when the action is frenzied and the fans are screaming!
Both men are up. Kash drags Baines to the corner and bashes his head into the turnbuckle a handful of times. Cairo and the ladies shout encouragement to Baines from ringside, but they can only watch as Kash lifts Baines onto his shoulders and carries him onto the ropes.
Zach Davis: What is Kash going for here?
Kyle Steel: Oh snap! Kash just connected with a Samoan Drop from the second rope!
Cairo grits his teeth and scowls at ringside after being forced to watch Kash hit Baines with a flying variation of his all-time favorite move.
Zach Davis: Kash has the leg hooked! Will that be enough?!
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Zach Davis: Baines barely got his shoulder up that time, Kyle! This is the closest that we've seen him come to losing!
Kyle Steel: Kash looks like he could be moments away from winning this match, Zach. Look at the expression on his face. Look at that smirk! He can taste victory!
Kash taunts Cairo and the ladies at ringside and then taunts the crowd, drawing a loud chorus of boos. He turns his attention back to Baines who is struggling to get to his feet. Kash charges and hits Baines in the head with a vicious soccer kick. Kash backs up into the corner, runs at Baines again and hits Baines with an even more vicious soccer kick. The sound of boot meeting head reverberates throughout the arena.
Zach Davis: Dear God, the impact of those kicks is unreal!
Kyle Steel: Kash is teaching Baines a lesson, Zach: Don't talk the talk if you can't walk the walk. It's a harsh lesson maybe even sadistic, but you can chalk it up to growing pains.
Kash sneers at his fallen rookie opponent and then makes the cover. Kash holds a hand up and counts along with the ref's count on his fingers.
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Zach Davis: Baines kicks out! I don't believe it! I thought he was out cold from those kicks!
The pro-Baines crowd lets out a cheer. Cairo and the ladies clap their hands excitedly and continue to shout encouragement at Baines from ringside. Kash, meanwhile, is livid. He screams at the "idiot ref" for making a "slow count". Kash scowls as he turns his attention to Baines. Kash mounts Baines and unleashes his fury with a flurry of punches.
Zach Davis: Kash is showing no signs of letting up! If Baines wasn't out cold before he might be now!
Just as things look their bleakest for Baines he shocks Kash and the spectators in attendance by executing a Jiu Jitsu sweep from bottom position to gain the mount on Kash.
Kyle Steel: Sweep by Baines! What a move by the rookie!
Baines, though groggy from the beating that he's received, gives Kash a taste of his own medicine with hard punches to the face. He throws in some stiff elbows for good measure. After dispensing a satisfactory amount of punishment, Baines stumbles to his feet. He gives a nod to Cairo and the ladies at ringside, then pulls Kash to his feet. Baines gets a double underhook on Kash, lifts him up and plants him with a suplex. Kash pops back to his feet as if on instinct. Baines nails Kash with a boot to the midsection and hits a Cradle piledriver.
Zach Davis: Shades of the great Jerry Lynn from Baines! He makes the cover! Can he win it here?!
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
After Kash kicks out Baines pulls him up and whips him into the ropes. Baines drills Kash with a superkick to the jaw. The blow staggers Kash but he remains on his feet. Baines unloads with rapid-fire kicks that stun Kash and connects with a roundhouse kick that finally drops Kash. Baines makes another cover.
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Zach Davis: Kash kicks out again! Baines has the momentum right now, but Kash is not an easy man to finish!
Kyle Steel: You're right, Zach. How many times have we actually seen the man lose? He's as tough as they come!
Baines pulls Kash up and whips him into the ropes. Baines builds up a head of steam and damn near decapitates Kash with a Roaring Elbow. The crowd lets out a roar of their own as Baines goes for the pin.
Zach Davis: Baines could have him right here!
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
The crowd lets out a collective groan as Kash kicks out with the ref's hand less than an inch away from making the three count.
Zach Davis: That was so close! Baines damn near had him!
Kyle Steel: Baines is going high risk now, Zach! He wants to put this match in the books!
Baines stands on the top rope and pounds his chest. Then he leaps into the air and executes a 450° flip while flashbulbs go off all over the place.
Zach Davis: The Diss That Don't Miss!
It's a beautiful move, but there's nobody home for Baines as he splashes only the unforgiving canvas.
Kyle Steel: Kash moved! Baines missed it!
Kash pulls himself up using the ring ropes for leverage and goes to work with stiff kicks to Baines' ribs. After working Baines over, Kash pulls him up and hits an especially stiff double-arm sitdown piledriver.
Zach Davis: Another blow to the head of Baines! He might have a concussion at this point! And here's Kash with the cover!
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
THREE--NO!!! FOOT ON THE ROPE!!!
Kyle Steel: Baines had just enough left in the tank to get his foot on the rope!
Kash grabs Baines by the leg and drags him to the middle of the ring. Kash lands a barrage of knee strikes to Baines' head and then makes another cover.
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Zach Davis: Baines isn't ready to throw in the towel yet! Not as long as he has a breath left in his body!
Kash rolls his eyes and jumps to his feet. Kash pulls Baines up and doubles him over with a stiff knee to the midsection.
Kyle Steel: It looks like Kash is setting up for Under The Influence!
Kash steps back toward the ropes to measure Baines and then charges in for UTI. Baines alertly moves out of the way, which surprises Kash. Kash spins around looking for Baines and walks right into a Rolling Cutter.
Zach Davis: Flash Apocalypse! Baines hit it! He makes the cover!
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Zach Davis: Kash kicked out! Unbelievable! Where does he find the strength?!
Baines pulls down the shoulder straps of his wrestling singlet.
Kyle Steel: Baines means business! He's pulled the straps down! I think he's ready to finish this!
Baines pulls Kash to his feet and sets him up for the State of Emergency. Baines lifts Kash up, but Kash deftly slips out of Baines' grip and lands on his feet behind Baines. Baines turns around. Kash goes for a kick to the midsection but Baines catches his foot, reins him in and plants him with a Capture suplex. Baines pulls Kash up and hoists him into the powerbomb position. Baines quickly ascends to the top rope with Kash in his clutches. Baines leaps from the top turnbuckle, spins 720° and plants Kash with a devastating sitout powerbomb.
Zach Davis: Halcyon Daze! Baines has him pinned!
Slappy Johnson: ONE...
Zach Davis: Baines wins it! Baines pins Jason Kash!
"Exiles" hits the PA. Baines is serenaded by cheers as he jumps to his feet and receives the Hardcore Championship belt from the referee. Cairo and the ladies join Baines in the ring as he has his hand raised by the referee. The cheers grow louder as Baines climbs onto the turnbuckles and salutes the fans with the Hardcore Title. Kash begins stirring on the mat though he's obviously in pain.
Zach Davis: Baines did it, Kyle! He withstood his toughest test to date from the veteran Kash and punched his ticket to the finals of the WCF Classic!
Kyle Steel: It was another impressive showing from the rookie Baines, but Kash certainly deserves a great deal of praise as well for a great effort in this match. I can't wait to see how Baines performs in the final next week at Explosion! With the roll that he's on I have to wonder if anyone can stop him!
Baines heads to the back with Cairo and the ladies to celebrate his big win. Meanwhile, Kash gets to his feet in the ring while clutching his head and back in pain.
Torture & Jay Williams vs Johnny Reb & D-Day
Zach Davis: Finally we're ready for our tag match!
Kyle Steel: Right you are..
Johnny Reb and D-Day are standing backstage discussing some match spots when Tank, Avery and Shaun Jackson attack them! Reb and Day try fighting them off but can't and are thrown through the curtains to the ramp!
Zach Davis: What the hell? Are you kidding me!?
Kyle Steel: Come on!
Tank punches Day and Reb fights off Jackson and Avery! The crowd comes alive but Jay Williams hits Johnny Reb from behind! The crowd boos once again as the heels are back on the attack! Reb is thrown down the ramp by Williams and then thrown into the steel steps! Day is continued being bashed by Tank and Jackson and Avery and then thrown down the ramp as well.. and that's when Torture walks down the ramp and tells them to throw D-Day into the ring. Reb is thrown in by Jay Williams. Torture and Williams stand in the ring..
Zach Davis: Oh.. what's going to happen here..
Torture looks directly into Jay Williams eyes.. and then the two just walk passed each other and Torture starts punching D-Day as Williams just punches away at Johnny Reb in the corner. The crowd is booing hard as Torture and his henchmen have the attack well under control and Williams is just punching away at Reb..
Zach Davis: This is bull! Come on!
Kyle Steel: One week from Explosion and this is what they have planned!
Gravesand by Lake and Fire hits the speakers and the crowd goes wild!
Zach Davis: OH MY GAWD! OH MY GAWD SLICKIE T IS HERE!
Slickie T wastes no fucking time and sprints down the ramp and slides into the ring! Avery is the first to get a right hand! Another right hand! Another right hand! a fourth right hand sends Avery over the top rope!
Zach Davis: SLICKIE T! PUNCHING AWAY AT CHRIS AVERY!
Kyle Steel: THIS IS EXPLODING RIGHT IN FRONT OF OUR EYES!
Jackson goes for a clothesline but Slickie ducks it and then picks up Jackson on his shoulders.. and flips him over the top rope onto Chris Avery! 35,000 mexicans pop like they've never seen this shit before! Slickie T turns around and Tank kicks Slickie and throws him into the corner but Slickie runs up the turnbuckle and moonsaults back and lands on on Tanks shoulders! From there, Slickie gets backflipped off of Tanks shoulders by Tank but he lands on his feet! Tank runs and Slickie just pulls down the top rope and Tank flies over and lands on Jackson and Avery! The three men crash down hard! The fans pop one more time!
Slickie grabs Jay Williams and throws him through the ropes on the other side of the ring! That's when Slickie turns and goes face to face with an intense, a pissed off, and very frustrated man.. Torture.
Zach Davis: OH MY GAWD! TORTURE AND SLICKIE T IN HTE MIDDLE OF THE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP FEDERATION RING.. OH MY GAWD.. THIS.. THIS IS A RIVALRY TWO YEARS IN THE GOD DAMN MAKING!
Kyle Steel: WCF HALL OF FAMER SLICKIE T... THE ONE AND ONLY TORTURE... WHAT THE HELL IS GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT!
Johnny Reb jumps up and springboards to the top rope and lands on Tank, Jackson, Williams, and Avery! They crash down as Slickie and Torture still stare at each other.. the crowd begins to chant "FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!"
Torture goes to punch but Slickie blocks it and turns Torture around and shoves him right into D-Day and his Justice Lock! THE CROWD GOES WILD! TORTURE IS LOCKED IN TO THE JUSTICE LOCK!
Zach Davis: OH MY GAWD! DAY HAS TORTURE IN A SUBMISSION!
Kyle Steel: COULD THIS BE A SIGN OF NEXT WEEK? COULD THIS BE IT?!
Torture is screaming out in pain as Slickie keeps asking if Torture is going to quit.. Torture raises his right arm.. and begins tapping on the mat..
Zach Davis: OH MY GAWD! CAN YOU IMAGINE IF THIS HAPPENS NEXT WEEK! CAN YOU IMAGINE?!
Kyle Steel: I HONESTLY CANT.. I CANT BELIEVE TORTURE IS SUBMITTING.. HES STILL TAPPING OUT! MY GAWD IF THIS HAPPENS NEXT WEEK THE BIGGEST VICTORY IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS CAN BE ALL DONALD DERUTYS!
Zach Davis: WERE OUT OF TIME THIS WEEK BUT LOOK AT THIS IMAGE... TORTUREI S TAPPING TO D-DAY.. TORTURE IS TAPPING TO D-DAY THIS COULD BE A NEW ERA!
Kyle Steel: JOIN US NEXT WEEK AT EXPLOSION!
WCF.com logo appears as Torture keeps yelling out in pain and taps as Slickie is celebrating in the ring as the fans go crazy! D-Day is just yelling out in a wild roar and letting it all out!