The scene slowly opens to a bar somewhere in
Wrestler: “This isn’t the beginning of the end…yet
the end of the beginning…”
Suddenly you can hear the dragging drums and samples of
Smashing Pumpkins’ “The Beginning IS The End Is The Beginning”.
' Send a heartbeat
Project X is shown in the back pacing back and forth
somewhere in a dark corner of the arena.
' The void that cries
The M.O.A is shown rushing the ring as the fans react to
‘ Relive the
pictures that have come to pass…'
Nightmare and El Rey are shown warming up in the dressing
room as a picture of them wearing the PWA Tag Team straps is hanging in the
' For now we stand
The song picks up, the camera returns to normal, and a
steady drumbeat plays. Letters slowly begin to display themselves on the black
' The world is lost
The letters crumble away to the image of Viktor Stone
leaving the ring, his hands bloody holding the TV Championship.
' And we are flesh
and blood disintegrate…'
Nightmare and Ledge are shown grinning from behind the
' With no more to hate…'
The picture of each PWA Champion flashes before the screen
and rest on the picture of Mark McNasty holding the PWA World Title as the last
line of the first verse echoes and the PWA Logo appears. The screen switches to
the parking lot area were we see PWA star, Matthew Engel. Engel is wearing jeans
and a black or orange polo. As he walks through the doors, he bumps into PWA
Television Champion, Viktor Stone.
Well, well, if it isn't the leader of the lost.
Engel: How original. Something I can help you with, Viktor? Maybe you'd be
interested in how to properly execute a suplex.
Stone fakes the
look of honor.
Properly...wow, no wonder you are not holding any gold.
Engel: Yeah, and the one you're holding meant absolutely nothing until about a
month ago. It must be fun beating up on has-beens like Project X.
It is, but I'll have more fun beating a has been like you. Because, Matt...you
had your chance at Mark and you came up short. Me...I got a date with that World
Title. So you are going to move out of the way...or at the PPV, I will move you
out of the way!!!
Matthew drops his bag for a moment, clearly not intimidated.
Engel: Listen here Vik; I'm not exactly pleased with what happened last week.
I'm not exactly pleased with what I need to go through in order to get back up
to the top, but it's an opportunity nonetheless. I've made a career on taking
advantage of opportunities, as you may or may not know. I don't plan to move out
of the way for anyone.
Well then, I guess I'm going to have to make sure that at the PPV there will be
no doubt on who the best is?
Engel: I could tell you right now, but I'll keep your self-esteem in one piece
Don’t worry about myself esteem, Matt…worry about your health.
Matthew stares at Stone for a brief moment before he picks up his bag and begins to walk past Stone.
Matthew Engel: See ya real soon, champ.
Stone just stares
at Engel as the scene fades back to the announcer’s table.
Derek Stephen Taylor
vs. Mr. Hollywood
Those two are gonna tear down the house at the PPV!
Rayne: Not if
they meet like that again, then they are gonna tear down the backstage area.
“Shadow of the Season” by Screaming Trees blares as the
arena lights dim and a giant Union Jack appears on the jumbo-tron. Two golden
spotlights point toward the stage where Derek Stephen Taylor has just appeared.
DST walks to the ring casually, as if he's headed to a garden party. Once he
gets to the ring, he calmly walks up the ring steps and wipes his feet on the
ring apron before stepping through the ropes.
Gold lights flash overhead as Mr. Hollywood comes out in
his wrestling attire of a blue tee shirt and blue jeans talking on a cell phone,
completely ignorant of all fans. He gets on the apron and finishes the call. As
he climbs in the ring he appears to notice the fans for the first time. He
climbs the first turnbuckle he sees and golden pyro falls down from above, which
continues as he climbs the other 3 turnbuckles and gets early taunts in on his
Eric Emerson: Introducing
Angeles, CA…MR. HOLLYWOOD!!!
The two men stare across the ring at each other, intensity
burning from their eyes. You can see the two are just ready to go as
The bell rings and
And what intensity from these two men!
Rayne: Both men
want this victory badly! I love it! And it'll be even better is
What a sick thing to say!
Rayne: I only
speak the truth!
Rayne: And now
we're going to see
When was the last time you had a CAT scan?
Rayne: CAT scan?
They check your brain. We might need to schedule you one.
Rayne: There have
been these funny bumps on my head.
Yeah, might want to get those checked out too.
Back in the ring, the referee is checking on
piece of trash!
That lucky piece of trash is giving it all his has.
Rayne: Sure, I
And Taylor is back up to his feet while Hollywood is grabbing at the
ropes in hopes of getting up to his feet, but Taylor puts an end to that idea as
he slams his boot into Hollywood's face and drags him to the middle of the ring
Rayne: I wonder
what he has planned now.
DST then turns
Rayne: See, this
is what Derek Stephen Taylor is all about!
DST is known for his technical wrestling. This is something you expect
from someone who is on the same team as our TV Champion, Viktor Stone.
right! And this is why The Phoenix is working with him. Robinson knows what it
takes to be the best and DST is showing that he has that.
But this match is far from over.
right…it’s pretty much done;
In the ring,
Rayne: Yeah, but
how much damage has been done to
That would be the million dollar question!
DST then whips
It's not looking good for
Rayne: No, it's
Didn’t you already have something to eat?
DST walks over to
Damn…that was a brutal looking right hand!
I think I need to check my cavities after that kick.
Rayne: You know
brushing regularly can help with that…
Bennett just looks at Rayne and slowly turns his head back
to the action.
Almost as if on cue,
'CHAOS! CHAOS! CHAOS! CHAOS!'
Rayne: He is, but
he's got to put this match out of reach for
OH MY! I THOUGHT HE HAD HIM!
Rayne: It was
close! Sooooo close!
Hold on, DST with a dropkick to the knee!
Just give it up,
Rayne: I think
As the seconds wear on,
And it looks like that
Rayne: Tough loss
You have to wonder how much damage
Rayne: That he
Your winner... DEREK STEPHEN TAYLOR!!!!
Ok, I got a message from the back saying
we got some video footage to show.
Rayne: If it’s the PX/Psycho Sandra Sextape, let me get my buttered popcorn first.
An OCB Production
are in the apartment of Seamus and Sean O'Connor. We've been here before, it has
been awhile, but it is recognizable.
Sean: Haven't seen us in a while huh?
Seamus: Well, we had some family matters to take care of back in good ole
Sean: Chamelion and the Board were kind enough to allow us the time off
to take care of the business.
Seamus: See, it was our mom's birthday and we didn't really want to miss
it. Yeah, she had a good one for those who are wondering.
Sean: Hi mom!
and Sean wave to their mom through the camera.
Seamus: It seems that we've been booked in a match at
Sean: From one foreign soil to another.
Seamus: In a three way dance for the tag titles none the less.
Sean: Imagine that.
both look contemplative.
Seamus: It seems that Might and Magic, former foes of ours, think we are
nothing to be worried about.
Sean: Like the buzzing of flies to them.
Seamus: True we haven't been in a match in a long time, but this business
isn't something you forget.
Sean: It is like riding a bicycle; you never forget how once you learn.
Seamus: We just wanted to show up here with this little video to be aired
and say fans, you are still the greatest.
Sean: And come Manitoba Mayhem, we will be ready. We might not win, but
we will be there to fight and give it our all.
Seamus: Which is what the fans want, but they also want to back winners.
Sean: Win or lose, we will be there and to our opponents in Might and
Magic also to the tag champs, we are coming, so be ready.
Seamus: Everyone says to bring your A game, well, we won't mind if you
bring say your F game, so we walk out the champs.
Sean: See you soon and fans get ready for live OCB action... coming to an
arena near you soon.
Mark McNasty vs.
Bennett: Wow, looks like the OCB mean business this time around.
As this is any different from any other time that they are serious.
Bennett: Ok, that maybe. But they look like a lot more focused.
Rayne: Hey, how about we just cut to Nightmare and McNasty in the ring, Oh king of the obvious.
As the camera view switches to the ring,
McNasty and Nightmare walk to the center of the ring and open palmed slap hands.
The fans give a little pop for this sign of respect, and right away the action
starts. McNasty jumps back in for a grapple, and he catches Nightmare off his
guard. Nightmare slaps McNasty’s side once before pushing him off and into the
ropes. McNasty bounces back, and Nightmare nails a jumping corkscrew elbow.
McNasty slams down and Nightmare a few inches past him. They are both quickly
up, and Nightmare smirks towards McNasty. McNasty just shakes the last move off,
and charges Nightmare. Nightmare drops to the mat, and McNasty jumps over. But,
he quickly puts the breaks on, turns, and nails a dropkick on the mat to
Nightmare’s side. McNasty quickly jumps back up, and goes for a leg drop, but
Nightmare rolls onto his back and punches straight up into the underside of
McNasty’s knee. McNasty leans backwards and lands on his back, holding his
knee. Nightmare gets half up, just enough to get in front of McNasty’s knees,
and he goes for a
Bennett: Wow, so close. McNasty had even touched the ropes.
Rayne: To bad Nightmare wants to, you know, win.
Bennett: McNasty is in the middle of the ring. He doesn’t have a lot of options.
Rayne: But it doesn’t look like that’s going to stop him. Look.
McNasty braces himself on the mat, and looks to be struggling with his legs. Nightmare looks to be fighting against McNasty, but McNasty finally wins. Nightmare does a summersault in the air, as McNasty flips him up and off. The fans give a pop to McNasty, who falls back to the mat, tired after getting Nightmare off. Both men lie on the mat for a second, but the fans cheer for both anyway.
Bennett: What an exciting start to this match.
Rayne: The fans are eating it up like its homemade apple pie.
McNasty pushes up to all fours, as Nightmare holds his shoulder where he landed. He looks over at the dazed McNasty, and quickly forces himself up. Nightmare runs at McNasty, and goes for a violent knee smash to the side of the head. But, McNasty drops to the ground, and grabs the side of Nightmares other foot. The resulting tumble has Nightmare tripping over McNasty, and doing a face plant on the mat. McNasty manages to roll so he only gets a knee in the back.
Rayne: McNasty somehow managed to surprise Nightmare there.
Bennett: I guess when you’ve lost to someone as much as McNasty has with Nightmare; you get better at knowing what they can do to win.
Rayne: Oh shut up.
McNasty indeed thinks fast. He rolls Nightmare off him, and grabs Nightmare’s legs. He slips Nightmare into a standing sideways sharpshooter.(Think Edge’s edgecator)
Rayne: Holy crap. That’s vintage McNasty. The original “Totally Nasty.” BWF days I tell you.
Bennett: Aw crap, another submission. Wake me when something exciting happens.
Nightmare is gritting his teeth, fighting against the pain. With the positions reversed from a
few minutes ago, Nightmare is now the one crawling towards the ropes. Nightmares strains to reach the ropes, a look of absolute determination on his face. McNasty tightens the hold, even straining himself to hold the move in so tight. But Nightmare lets out a loud scream as he lunges as far forward as he can, grabbing the bottom rope. The crowd is split, half cheering, and half booing. McNasty lets go, and Nightmare doesn’t even have time to sigh, before McNasty is stomping him on the back. McNasty is smashing his boot hard. Nightmare finally rolls managing to dodge a boot; and McNasty stumbles. With McNasty off balance, Nightmare braces himself, and swings his legs out from under him, and behind McNasty’s legs. Nightmare slams his legs into the back of McNasty’s knees. McNasty falls to his knees, and Nightmare gets back up. He jumps in the air, grabbing one of McNasty’s arms, and falls backwards, going for a triangle lock. McNasty struggles the whole time. He manages to get his other arm up so Nightmare can’t lock in the hold. With Nightmare still holding onto McNasty’s arm, McNasty stands and turns. He starts swinging at Nightmare with his free arm. Nightmare finally lets go to block a move, and McNasty drops a quick elbow. Nightmare rolls out of the way, and gets to his feet. He grabs McNasty from behind, and locks up. Nightmare then manages to consecutively hit a German suplex, followed by a tiger suplex, finished off with a dragon suplex.
Nightmare rolls onto McNasty and hooks a leg.
Nightmare doesn’t waste time acting shocked. He stands up and bends to pick up McNasty. McNasty catches him off guards with a European upper cut, and stuns Nightmare enough to rush him, and hit a vicious spinebuster. McNasty looks out to the fans and smirks. He points to the ropes and gets a good pop. McNasty runs to the ropes, bounces off, and does a roll on the ground. He pops in the air, before extending, and landing on Nightmare.
Bennett + Rayne: Ouch!
McNasty covers, hooking a leg.
McNasty looks flustered, but doesn’t waste time. He stands and wraps his hand in Nightmares hair. McNasty drags him to his feet, and throws Nightmare to the ropes. As he comes back, McNasty is surprised as Nightmare rushes him and nails him with the Lanzarse Spike. With McNasty down and bruised, Nightmare flips him over and locks in the Nagata Lock I.
Bennett: McNasty put up a decent fight earlier as far as submissions go. But Nightmare showing that he’s the pro.
McNasty is right by the ropes and grabs them in an instant. Nightmare doesn’t waste time holding on, he lets go, and drags McNasty out to the center of the ring. Nightmare is standing over McNasty and pulls one of his arms up. McNasty, on the defense, puts his legs up to his chest, and extends them so his feet are pushing against Nightmare’s face. Nightmare is attempting to bat McNasty’s feet away, but McNasty won’t let up. Finally, he pulls back, and smacks Nightmare in the face, HARD. Spit flies from Nightmare’s mouth as he flies back. However, he never lets go of McNasty’s arm. A popping noise is heard, and McNasty’s eyes water. McNasty rolls on his side, and kicks Nightmare again in the chest. Nightmare lets go of McNasty, and McNasty rolls to the outside.
Rayne: What the hell did Nightmare do to McNasty?
Bennett: Not enough. He should be taking advantage of this.
Nightmare doesn’t have to be told twice. As McNasty walks on the outside, we see Nightmare on the top turnbuckle. McNasty turns around, just in time to see Nightmare almost roll off the top turnbuckle, leg extended. McNasty doesn’t have time to dodge, and as a result, he gets an ankle to the face.
Rayne: What the hell, it looks like Nightmare just tripped and manages to get a leg out.
Bennett: You would say that. In all reality, that was a great Harlem Hangover. But with that, McNasty’s a mess.
Nightmare grabs McNasty and drags him to the ring. Nightmare goes to throw McNasty in, but McNasty gets a foot up. He uses his good arm to elbow Nightmare in the face, and then grabs the back of Nightmare’s head. McNasty slams it down on the apron once, and again grabs Nightmare’s head. McNasty walks to the turnbuckle, and slams Nightmare face first into the post. Nightmare stumbles backwards, right into a Lights Out from McNasty!
Rayne: LIGHTS OUT!
As McNasty holds his bad left arm in close, he holds the right one in the air. He gets a huge pop from the crowd.
Bennett: The problem now would be for McNasty to get Nightmare into the ring.
Rayne: Well, for most people, yes. BUTTT,
McNasty smirks as he rolls back into the ring.
Rayne: I think Mark’s fine with a count out.
The ref is at 8 before Nightmare is on his feet. As he counts 9, Nightmare dives into the ring. The ref screams no and swings his arms to signify Nightmare made it. McNasty tries to rush Nightmare, but Nightmare ducks. Nightmare ducks a stiff clothesline, and when McNasty turns, Nightmare has jumped for a cyclone kick! McNasty just manages to duck, but it’s enough. Nightmare inadvertently strikes the ref, and he goes down like a ton of bricks.
Bennett: And the match has become interesting.
Rayne: Nightmare looks displeased, but he knows he has to stay focused on McNasty.
McNasty rushes in for another Lights Out, but Nightmare ducks. Nightmare delivers a stiff knee lift, and then an elbow to the face of McNasty. With McNasty dazed, Nightmare drags McNasty to the corner.
Bennett: Looks like Nightmare could be trying to put McNasty away for good now.
Nightmare holds McNasty’s head as he climbs to the top turnbuckle. Nightmare then pulls him up.
Rayne: Aw crap.
Bennett: “Death Before Dishonor” piledriver!
The crowd is going insane! Nightmare slings his arm over McNasty. With the ref out, the crowd counts.
Nightmare looks around, frustrated. He stands, and walks to the ropes and yells to the back.
Nightmare: GET ME A DAMN REF!
Nightmare puts his hands on his hips. Finally a ref runs down and dives in. Nightmare picks McNasty up and hits a DDT for good measure. He covers.
Too damn long between move and having a chance to get a pin. The first
ref is finally back on his feet. Nightmare slams the mat, and then stands. He
throws McNasty to the ropes, and when McNasty comes back, Nightmare grabs
McNasty for the Ranhei. But McNasty head butts Nightmare, and stumbles back.
McNasty grabs Nightmare and hits a knee lift, causing Nightmare to bend over.
McNasty lifts Nightmare up for the sault slam.
Rayne: This is it!
Bennett: Not yet! Nightmare’s fighting!
Nightmare wiggles loose. He nails McNasty in the chest with a hard kick that causes McNasty to stumble in a circle. McNasty walks right into Nightmare lifting him up for the beginning of the Black Crush!
Bennett: This could be over any second!
McNasty struggles. He comes back down, and lands in front of Nightmare. Both men have snarls on their face. They charge, and both nail wicked clotheslines. Both men fly, other’s arm still on them. The two land on their backs, and both refs go down.
DING! DING! DING!
One ref raises Nightmare’s arm, the other McNasty.
Rayne: Who won?
Bennett: Looks like maybe they both did…
The refs are talking to each other, and look back at the downed men. After a moment, they call over Emerson.
Rayne: Maybe now we can get a winner.
Eric Emerson: Ladies and gentlemen, this match has been declared a DRAW!
The refs are back by the downed men, and each holds up one’s arm. At that point, the refs begin lifting the men up. Nightmare puts his hand on his head, as McNasty can’t even sit up. Nightmare gets helped to his feet, and pats the ref on the back once to make sure he’s ok. Meanwhile, McNasty has rolled out of the ring, and is limping towards the back, still holding his left arm in close. Nightmare slides out, and jogs up to McNasty. They look at each other, smile, and continue to walk up the ramp.
Bennett: Sign of respect from these two men. Class act.
Rayne: Yeah, but with McNasty’s title defense against SNS next week, you have hope that shoulder won’t hinder him.
Main Event - Champions
Jamie Flynn & Jethro Hayes vs. Riona Langly & Duff
Fans, we are back with our Chaos Main Event of the evening.
It is set to be one hell of a match.
Team Champion taking on their Manitoba Mayhem opponents in Team
Jamie Flynn and Jethro Hayes taking on the team of Riona Langly and Duff.
We have a disturbance back stage.
Somebody get a camera back there quick!
The scene splits to show the backstage
disturbance. The scene is one of true chaos. Duff is tangled up with Jethro and
the two are brawling near the catered food.
We have another disturbance in another area of the backstage.
Another camera scene comes up on the screen
to show Jamie and Riona throwing punches at each other near the ticket taker
Ladies and gentlemen, the following match is set for one fall. Introducing
first, the team of...
[An old nylon-string guitar begins playing
lonely notes over the loudspeakers and the sound echoes as if it's residing deep
inside of a sewer.
Duff is hurled out from the back and Jethro
is hot on his heels. Duff lands on the steel of the entrance ramp and rolls over
and is to his knees; prepared to fight some more. Jethro assumes the same
position and the two begin trading fierce punches, they are near the edge of the
stage. Duff pulls Jethro away from the fall; consequently, he whips him into the
base of the PWA big screen.
[meanwhile in another part of the arena]
Riona and Jamie are trading punches of their
own. Jamie goes to throw a huge left fist, Riona blocks and with an arm bar
takes Jamie to the concrete floor. Riona is quickly off Jamie and searching for
a weapon. It doesn't take her long as she is quickly back in the camera's view
with a steel chair in hand. Lifting it over her head, she brings it down with
all the force in her body, she catches concrete and the vibration of the impact
causes her to drop the chair. Jamie kips up to his feet and delivers a short
armed clothesline and the two are back on the floor rolling around, fists are
Duff and Riona are on the same page.
And what is that?
Take out your opponent before Manitoba Mayhem; make sure they aren't 100%.
[Back on the ramp]
Jethro bounces off the metal base of the PWA big screen
into a rolling German suplex from Duff. Jethro's head bounces off the steel
once, twice, three times. Duff releases Jethro on the third German suplex, but
is quickly back to him. Bending down, he picks up the groggy Grizzly Beer
champion, placing a fast boot to the gut, he lifts him up in a piledriver and
Jethro's head smashes into the steel.
Rayne: I'm not
sure, but Jethro may be dumber than he was before.
Not dumb, just misunderstood. Perfect piledriver by Duff there.
Duff gets Jethro in position to hit another piledriver, but
is back body dropped to the steel instead. Duff, not to be discouraged, is up to
his feet and charging, Jethro plants him with an even flow DDT. Jethro is
grinning and when he picks Duff to his feet, a great shot from the camera shows
Duff grinning as well. Placing his head between his legs, Jethro gets Duff for
the Planter. Duff is up on Jethro's shoulders and begins to wail away at the
thick skull of Jethro.
Rayne: Do we
still have a camera following Jamie and Riona?
[Jamie and Riona's camera]
Jamie, with Riona's head in his hands, forces her face
first into the countertop in the concession stand area. A fan is standing there
with a cup of Grizzly Beer and Jamie takes it from him, Riona turns to get a
face full of the title's sponsor; she stumbles back. Jamie leaps with a modified
Lou Thesz press, but is caught in the stomach by a defensive boot to his chest.
Riona climbs up on the countertop and dives with a double ax handle smash.
Rayne: It is
about even on both ends.
Can we get the action up on the big screen? The fans want to see some
The shot of Riona comes up onto the big screen and the
crowd erupts in the loudest cheers of the evening.
Eric Emerson: The
referee has declared this match a no contest!
Riona grabs the back of Jamie's head and returns the face
planting favor from earlier to Jamie. His face bounces off the Formica
countertop and his forehead is slightly bloodied. Seeing the blood, Riona grins
like a shark smelling blood. She whips him into the concrete block wall and
Jamie does sort of a running up the wall and kicks back hitting Riona with a
spinning kick to her face. The #1 contender to the PWA IC title falls back with
her back pressed into the counter. The force of the kick sends Jamie to his
hands and knees; he looks up at Riona and grins.
Rayne: I think
all 4 of these participants are enjoying this way too much.
A good old fashioned brawl, that is all.
[Duff and Jethro on the stage]
Duff is pounding away at the skull of Jethro; who lands on
top of Duff with a spinebuster out of desperation. Jethro rolls over and both he
and Duff are breathing heavily. The crowd is going crazy for the fight.
The crowd wants blood and violence.
Rayne: That is
all they ever want, they are getting plenty here.
Duff and Jethro reach their feet and Jethro is tying up
with Duff. With a quick behind the back wristlock, Duff has a slight advantage
over Jethro Hayes, he forces him into the base of the big screen again, face
first. Duff repeatedly rams the face of Jethro into the base. He pulls him back
takes a look at his face, and rams it again. Duff doesn't stop until he sees
blood pouring from somewhere on Jethro's face.
Jethro cut right above the eye.
Rayne: Did you
see the determination of Duff there?
Jethro will have his hands full at Manitoba Mayhem, that is for sure.
Jethro stumbles back and Duff takes the chance to walk
through the curtains, he comes back with a metal pail.
Duff fixing to return the favor from weeks ago.
Rayne: Oh no, the
smell is going to be awful.
Duff waits until Jethro is near the edge of the stage and
flings the bucket into his face, confetti covers and sticks to the blood and
sweat of Jethro. He tries to wipe the stuff out of his eyes and Duff takes the
opportunity to swing the bucket into the face of Jethro breaking his nose and
sending him over the edge and to the area below. Duff walks to the edge and
looks over, he nods and smiles sadistically; he looks up at the screen's scene
before walking back through the curtains.
Rayne: Damn! He
had to fall 30 feet.
That was totally uncalled for!
Rayne: Did you
see the look on his face?
Yeah, it doesn't look well for Jethro; can we get some medical help...
like 10 minutes ago?
[Riona and Jamie]
Riona is grinning as well and the two charge at each other
they connect with a collar and elbow tie up. Twisting in the lock up, Jamie
delivers a neckbreaker and Riona is to the concrete. Jamie takes the opportunity
to lean on the counter top and take a breath; he then goes for the steel chair
from earlier. He stumbles away from the counter and to the location of the steel
chair, he picks up the weapon and walks back to Riona. Looking down, he lifts
the chair into the air high up over his head. Duff grabs the chair from behind
preventing him from using it effectively. Jamie turns around right into the
swinging steel chair. Riona rolls up Jamie and with his neck and shoulders
rolled up on the concrete, begins to place furious right hands into the face of
Jamie Flynn. Duff walks over to the concession stand, steals a French frie and
taps Riona on the shoulder and motions for her to lean back. Duff then goes to
the wall, runs leaping high up into the air and down with an elevated knee drop
to Jamie's forehead.
challengers are taking it to the champions here.
I cannot argue with that, it ain't pretty. Has anyone checked on Jethro?
Rayne: If anyone
cares, we will let you know of his condition whenever.
Duff and Riona have Jamie backed into a corner and are
taking turns beating him senseless. Duff pulls back his right arm for a stiff
shot, but it is caught by Jethro; the look on Duff's face is of utter
amazement... almost astonishment. Jethro delivers a right hand to Duff's face
driving him into a German Suplex from Jamie. Riona turned to see what was going
on and as Jethro planted his fist into Duff's face, he simultaneously planted a
boot to Riona's stomach.
Jethro has history with both Duff and Riona.
Rayne: And Jamie
as well. Jethro actually stole the title from Riona.
But, he didn't he won the belt by beating Duff.
Rayne: Notice you
didn't say fair and square.
Bennett is silent as the action continues on the big
screen, before the crowd cheers loudly. Jamie and Jethro are standing up at the
top of the stairs at an opening in the arena they look behind themselves, nod to
each other, and whip Duff and Riona down the long flight of steps leading down
to the ring apron. Jamie and Jethro walk calmly down to the guardrail, kicking
the bodies of Duff and Riona down the concrete steps. All four reach the
railing; Jamie and Jethro each pick up their Manitoba Mayhem opponents, but are
back body dropped over the railing and to the floor. Jamie and Jethro land on
the side of the rail closest to the ring, they lay there. Duff and Riona turn
slowly to the railing and are met with two steel chairs to their foreheads.
Rayne: All four
combatants are bleeding profusely here.
Do you mean, profusely?
Rayne: Yeah, that
is what I said.
If that is what you must tell yourself to sleep at night, you go right
Duff and Riona stumble backwards together into the crowd of
fans. Jamie and Jethro are in hot pursuit. All four are fighting through the
crowd, fans scurry to get out of the combat zone, some fans try to get in the
way, but security is there to quickly remove them from the area.
Rayne: Where was
security awhile ago, to stop this?
Coffee and donuts?
we could have had a great match.
We are having a good fight and the loudness of the fans is an indication,
they aren't disappointed.
The four are back up at the top so the steps and at another
door opening in the arena, Jethro whips Duff through the opening and Jamie
quickly follows by doing the same to Riona. The two champions look into the
crowd with blood dripping down their face. Jethro still has some confetti in on
his head, but both of them look pleased with themselves and they walk through
the door. Riona and Duff charge at the two carrying a long mop handle catching
the two in the gut doubling them over. They walk around placing their individual
heads under their arms(Duff with Jethro and Riona with Jamie's) hit two over the
head suplexes on them. Duff goes in search for a weapon and is back quickly with
a metal ladder; Riona goes and comes back with a mop bucket. They allow Jamie
and Jethro to reach their feet before swinging their individual weapons, Jamie
and Jethro duck. Duff, being far enough back misses the bucket, but Riona is
clipped by the end of the ladder; she looks at Duff and shots him a bird. He
shrugs at her and shoots one of his own back at her. They stare at each other
with fire in their eyes.
Rayne: The team
of Duff and Riona drawing to a close?
It was bound to happen; these two have some major history.
Rayne: (a little
sarcastically) Oh really?
Yeah, Riona has lost much respect for Duff when he was with the MOA a
long time ago.
Rayne: So, Mr.
Wrestling Almanac, who is someone that you'd never expect to be in the MOA that
Ok... how many times has Sirus been a tag team champion?
15, I believe.
Jamie and Jethro get to their knees and whip Duff and Riona
together; they bounce off of each other. The four of them are in the memorabilia
area of the arena and the crowd of people out there is tremendous and cheering
as the four battle around the corner into the area they are in. Security is
quickly there getting fans to get out of the way; they have long since quit
trying to break it up. Duff and Riona are standing in front of the merchandise
table, Jamie and Jethro are facing them; in the background is a Manitoba Mayhem
banner advertising the Retirement Match. Jamie and Jethro charge at their
opponents, who wait for the attack; some fans get in the way and the effect is
pandemonium. The mass at the stand is so crowded because each fan tried to get
in the action on behalf of their favorite superstar.
Rayne: That is
why fans wouldn’t get involved.
I agree, folks, these guys put their body on the line. They are trained
for this, you are not.
Rayne: So, please
leave the wrestling to the professionals.
Security and paramedics rush the scene and clear the area
after about 10 minutes. There is a huge mass of bodies on top of a table that
used to hold PWA items. A few of the fans are seriously injured, but most just
walk away with the experience of a lifetime, the scene is cut off with Duff,
Jamie, Jethro, and Riona all lying in a bloody and sweaty heap on top of broken
merchandise and broken tables.
are on the scene to attend the fans and superstars; check pwa.com for updates on
the conditions of the individuals involved.
For Chaos, it has been Mr. Rayne and I am Big Richard Bennett... see you
in two weeks!
Chaos goes off the air, with the sounds of ambulance sirens
in the distance.