cut to Commissioner Joe BoXeR, who is standing in the middle of the
ring in front of thousands of people. Just like the good ol' days, he
Joe BoXeR: "I'm a man of tradition, of the classic battle between the best fights of the world. I don't feel we need fancy videos or cool openings. I feel that, what you all are looking for lies within the hearts and souls of all my warriors backstage. On a weekly basis, no matter who you like, all of these men and women come out here for you and come out here to perform. They're here because they love what they do and they do the best they can to prove that Pioneer Wrestling is one of the most prestigious and elite federations to work for."
The crowd erupts in cheers.
Joe BoXeR: "So, allow me to get this show rolling. Ladies and gentlemen... Welcome to Overdrive."
Joe calmly exits the ring to a standing ovation as the crowd is more than anxious to see what action is packed for them tonight. We cut to our ringside commentators for the evening, Jon McDaniel and Brian Rentfro.
Jon McDaniel: “Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Revolutions Per Minute 2!"
Brian Rentfro: “I just can't wait for all of this, Jon. It's like a dream come true. BoXeR knows how to put on a show."
Jon McDaniel: “But this year, BoXeR seemed a bit more melancholy than usual."
Brian Rentfro: “He could be witnessing the end of his brother's career tomorrow night, Jon. Maybe that's why?"
Jon McDaniel: “I'm not sure, but tonight isn't about the most extravagent entrances or fancy video packages. At RPM, you get the PWA in raw cut, and you get the most intense action you will ever see in the PWA."
Brian Rentfro: “Speaking of action, the PWA camera crew already has something for us backstage."
music blares from the Mercedez-Benz SL 500 as it rolls to a stop in
front of the arena. Oddly enough the song blaring is "The Outsider" by
A Perfect Circle and Simon Kalis steps out decked out in a black on
white Armani suit, very formal and moreso than the usual style he
wears. He pats the Who's The Man?! title belt around his waist and
slams the door shut, and makes his way into the arena without the
impediment of security for the first time in a long time. It's at this
point from the far corner of the camera we see a figure appear from the
shadows. His long and flowing white hair pours forth from underneath
his hood as he pulls it back and smirks, the camera catching who it is.
Masakaz The Great: "Destiny is at hand, father."
His smile is eeire and cold as he looks up at the arena now as well, and moves forward. The lack of security makes it easy for the fugitive son of Simon Kalis to make an easy entrance into the arena.
Masakaz The Great: "Let our glorious revolution begin..."
He laughs, a cold, harsh and shrieking laugh as he enters the arena...