:: XWF DARK SHOW ::
The bell rings as Scott Grayse approaches CJ Walker and they tie up. Walker overpowers him, pushing him to the turnbuckle… and gives him a slap in the face. Scott charges out of the corner, clotheslining Walker down. Walker gets back up and Scott grabs him, throwing him into the turnbuckle and hitting a flurry of strikes! Walker drops to the ground and Scott then begins kicking him in the face.
Michael Cole: CJ Walker on a losing streak since joining XWF. Can he turn it around tonight?
Scott Grayse finishes it off with a big boot across Walker’s face after bouncing off the ropes, but this time Walker is able to move. Scott drops to the mat and Walker kicks him several times before sliding out of the ring. He takes Scott’s legs and puts the turnbuckle in between them and pulls. Walker then grabs Scott’s right leg and smashes it against the turnbuckle… then he grabs it and does it again. Scott Grayse yells in pain. Walker rolls back into the ring and picks Scott up, who is now favoring the right leg. He puts him in a headlock, pulls him near the center of the ring, and hits a stiff DDT! He gets up, smirking, and puts Scott in an Inverted Boston Crab.
JBL: The Union starting things off right tonight and Scott Grayse is showing why he’s one of the best.
Scott Grayse again yells in pain as Walker cranks on the hold, but refuses to give up. Scott struggles towards the ropes… aandddd… grabs them! The ref forces Walker to release the hold. He does, and then stalks Scott, waiting for him to get up. Walker goes to pick Scott Grayse up in some sort of suplex but Scott shifts his weight and drops behind him. He hits several stiff forearms to the back of Walker’s head before dropping him with a Reverse DDT. Scott Grayse stalking Walker now, waiting for his moment and then hits him with a Lights Out! Superkick. Cover…
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall…. Scott Grayse!
:: XWF INFERNO ::
The show opens up at the XWF performance center where we see a half capacity crowd behind the plexi glass particians. The pyro starts and we see the commentator group walk out. Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and JBL come walking down the ramp heading to their table. The fans are giving off a huge pop and the trio waves to the fans as they get to the commentator table. They all put their headphones on and sit down and start to broadcast the show.
Michael Cole: Hello everyone and welcome to another great Inferno. Tonight is going to be unlike any other show.
Jerry Lawler: Thats right Cole, for the first time in XWF history we are going to have an Unsanctioned Buried Alive match.
JBL: Yes and in that match is going to be Angel, From the Union taking on Joey Hunter from the newly developed Underground.
Jerry Lawler: I really hope this guy knows what he is in for. His father might have been a great wrestler but doesnt mean the apple falls close to the tree.
Michael Cole: We also have Cassandra Marx taking on Josh Hunter. Now that was a real blind side thing to happen. We have yet to hear any words from Ashley about her brothers choice but if I know Ashley she isn’t going to hold anything against her brother.
JBL: How do you know that for sure? He joined Mike Dimter and company and attacked Cassandra Marx, just like she says the Union does. Im sure she is pissed off.
Jerry Lawler: I guess only time will tell once we hear from her.
JBL: Also up tonight, The Union is out in full force tonight except for Nikki but we have Michael Everett taking on Kyle Mehr.
Michael Cole: Yes because Kyle Mehr took it upon himself to interject himself into that tag match and its pay back time for Michael.
JBL: When will these people learn you dont mess with the Union?
Michael Cole: We also have Loralie Blackwell, the newly crowned tag team champion taking on Jason Thunder. I don’t know about you but I’ve been really impressed by Blackwell, she’s making waves and pushing up the ladder all the time.
Jerry Lawler: Don’t forget her tag partner, Malaboo. They might not see eye to eye as sisters but work as a well oiled machine in that ring.
Michael Cole: And last but not least we have Daniel Slaine this week taking on Mike Dimter in this non title match up.
Jerry Lawler: Yeah, Im sure Mike Dimter isn’t too happy about it being non title but the man does protest a lot.
JBL: Well lets get this show underway, the ref is coming out and Loralie Blackwell taking on Jason Thunder is the first match on the ticket!
Michael Buffer: Ladies and Gentlemen….welcome to INFERNO!!! Making her way to the ring first, she is one half the tag team champions….LORALIE BLACKWELL!!
A little girls giggle is heard and then ” out of the darkness hells queen did call to pain and suffering she brought to them all away ran the children to hide in their beds in fear that the devil would chop off there heads. (the little girl giggles again) At that point the lights go out and fog fills the stage as Sick like me by in this moment hits a fire ball shoots out of the stage and turns into Loralie Blackwell. She makes a fireball appear in her hand turning into the (enter championship here) She holds it up one handed for all to see sticking out her tongue and holding up devil horns with the other. She heads down the ramp to the ring in cat-like strides glaring at the crowd as the non believers boo her and her followers cheer. She stops at the edge of the stage and snaps her fingers disappearing only to reappear in the middle of the ring and heads to her corner.
Michael Buffer: Her opponent…making his way to the ring at this time….JASON THUNDER!!!
Smoke everywhere and pyros burst. Then, Black Heart enters through the intro with a hoody on . Then stops , when the song verse or chorus starts he takes of the hoody and does bumps is chest. Then , he walks down the ramp and enters the ring. He goes up every corner . Then, lastly he stands in the center of the ring fierce and looks on.
Loralie Blackwell Vs Jason Thunder
Both opponents are now in the ring and the referee signals for the bell. This match is officially underway and both of them head for the ring, seemingly sizing each other up. The two lock up and Loralie kicks Thunder in the stomach before applying a headlock. Loralie has the headlock in tight as she begins punching Thunder in the head. Loralie then backs up into the ropes with Thunder still in the headlock and bounces off the ropes and executes a running bulldog.
Michael Cole: And Loralie with a beautiful bulldog, she really seems to be in control early on in this match.
Jerry Lawler: She always shows great ring presence.
Loralie drops to the mat and applies a chinlock on Thunder. Thunder appears to be trying to fight out of the hold but Loralie has it locked in tight. Thunder begins to slowly fight his way up, first to his knees and then eventually to his feet. Loralie continues to keep the pressure on the chinlock but Thunder hits her with an elbow to the stomach. Loralie refuses to let go of the hold and Thunder hits her again with an elboy. Loralie still with the hold but Thunder stomps down on the foot of Loralie and hits a third elbow to the stomach and Loralie finally releases the hold. Thunder wastes no momentum and bounces off of the ropes and comes back with a chop block to the back of the leg.
JBL: Thunder out of nowhere with some offense.
Loralie is up and Thunder goes for a kick but Loralie grabs his foot. Thunder bounces up with his free leg and nails Loralie in the chin with an enziguri. Thunder goes for the quick pin.
No a kickout by Loralie and both are quick to their feet. Loralie tries to lock up again with Thunder but Thunder backs up not wanting to repeat earlier. Loralie rushes at Thunder and Thunder executes a drop toe hold that sends Loralies head onto the bottom rope. Thunder runs to the other side of the ring and bounces off the ropes before coming back at Loralie with a leg drop to the back.
Michael Cole: And Thunder really seems to be rolling now. Lots of fast paced offense really seem to have Loralie out of her element.
Thunder is back to his feet and grabs hold of Loralie, lifiting her to her feet. Loralie counters and grabs hold of Thunder before throwing him into the corner. Loralie begins to work over the body of Thunder with chops to the chest followed up by a right punch to the head. Loralie walks back to around the center of the ring and runs straight at Thunder and nails him with a yakuza kick to the head. Thunder crumples to the ground and Loralie drags him away from the corner. Loralie makes her way to the corner and climbs up the turnbuckle. She jumps off of the top and hits a big splash that she turns into a pin attempt.
No a kickout by Thunder and Loralie seems to be a little suprised. Loralie gets back to her feet and grabs Thunder lifting him up. Loralie with a quick kick to the stomach followed up by a series of kicks to the legs that sends Thunder to his knees. Loralie backs up to the ropes and bounces off running right at Thunder. Loralie goes for a kick to the head but Thunder ducks down and Loralie misses. Thunder is back to his feet and goes on the offensive with a dropkick that sends Loralie into the ropes. Thunder continues the offense with a series of kicks to the legs of Loralie on the ropes. Thunder grabs Loralie and pulls her away from the ropes before taking her down with a firemans carry. Loralie begins to sit up quickly but Thunder sees it and runs right at her and hits a shining wizard. Thunder immediately goes for the pinfall.
No Loralie kicks out at the last second but looks dazed from the kick to the head. Thunder gets up and grabs hold of Loralie lifiting her up. Loralie counters with a european uppercut before nailing him with a snap ddt. Loralie looks at the ropes and runs at them before springboarding off the middle rope and nailing the Lionstomp.
Jerry Lawler: And Loralie showing us all her own set of high flying abilities. And she’s going for the pin.
No Kickout by Thunder as the ref’s hand was coming down for the three count. Loralie gets up and she is pissed off. She gets into the ref’s face and begins arguing the count. Thunder uses the time to recover and begins to make his way to his feetLoralie turns around in time to see Thunder getting up and she pulls him in for a piledriver. Thunder counters with a back body drop but Loralie somehow lands on his feet. Thunder turns around and Loralie hits him with a kick to the stomach and a DDT. Loralie climbing the top rope now. She leaps off with the Nightmare Twist! Loralie pins Thunder, hooking the leg.
Jerry Lawler: There you have it!
Michael Cole: Loralie Blackwell soundly defeats Thunder. What a great opening match!
Jerry Lawler: Yes, Loralie continues to impress and being that she is one half of the tag champs just proves shes not one to mess with.
Michael Cole: What a great start to Inferno and its only going to keep getting better because up next we have our United States champion, Daniel Slaine taking on the Leader of The Underground, Mike Dimter!!
JBL: I’d personaly like to see Dimter move forward in this match but the fan favorite here tonight is Daniel Slaine.
Jerry Lawler: He is a champion and Daniel Slaine never gives anything but his best.
Michael Cole: Lets get back to Michael Buffer in the ring.
Michael Buffer: Our next match is a non title match up, making his way to the ring first. MIKE DIMTER!!
“Gasoline” by Meek Mill blasts throughout the arena “The Bad Ass” Mike Dimter with Taz walks out on to the stage. The crowd boo them as they walk down the ramp. Mike Dimter climbs into the ring and heads to his corner.
Michael Buffer: His opponent… The United States Champion!! Daniel Slaine!!
“99 Bottles” by Slaine plays next as Daniel Slaine comes out from the entrance way and along side him is his wife.. Ashley Slaine. The fans cheer loudly for two of their favorites as they walks down the ramp. Daniel has the look of intensity and focus in his eyes as he climbs into the ring and head toward his corner. Stretching and preparing for a fight. Ashley stands on the floor, in Daniels corner, clapping and cheering him on with the fans.
Daniel Slaine Vs Mike Dimter
Following some pre-match banter between the two foes, the bell sounds to start the match. Dimter and Slaine circle a bit and then immediately lock up. Slaine gets the advantage and works Dimter into a headlock. Dimter shoves Slaine into the ropes, Slaine alertly ducks a clothesline; Slaine shoots off the ropes and hits Dimter with a flying shoulder tackle, knocking Dimter to the mat. Dimter gets back to his feet. Slaine lands some knees to Dimter’s gut and then a forearm shiver to the face. Slaine whips Dimter into the corner. Slaine charges and takes Dimter down hard with a clothesline. Dimter back to his feet. Slaine sets Dimter up for a suplex, but Dimter blocks it and counters with a crisp-looking snap suplex of his own. Slaine is back up. Dimter works Slaine over, locks him in an armbar and then transitions it into a short arm clothesline, knocking Slaine to the mat. Dimter stomps at Slaine. Dimter pulls Slaine up and sends him into the ropes… Dimter drops Slaine with a back body drop. Slaine is back up. Dimter picks up Slaine and plants him with a Fisherman’s suplex. Dimter taunts the fans, drawing a loud chorus of boos. Dimter measures Slaine and hits a vicious Shining Wizard that draws an “OOMPH!” from the fans. Ashley covers her mouth watching that match as it unfolds.
Michael Cole: Wow! You could hear the impact from that Shining Wizard echo throughout the arena!
JBL: Slaine might be missing a few crowns… from his teeth!
Dimter makes the cover.
kickout by Slaine. Dimter pulls Slaine up and whips him into the corner. Dimter charges in, but Slaine counters with a boot to Dimter’s face. Slaine scoops Dimter up and slams him hard to the mat. Slaine shoots off the ropes and nails Dimter with a corkscrew elbow drop. Dimter is back to his feet. Slaine sets up Dimter and plants him to the mat with a belly to belly suplex. Slaine pulls Dimter up and whips him into the ropes… Slaine hits Dimter with a snap dropkick. Slaine makes the cover.
kickout by Dimter. Dimter is back up now. Slaine picks up Dimter and plants him with a sidewalk slam. Slaine shoots off the ropes… Slaine nails Dimter with a knee drop to the sternum. Slaine pulls Dimter up and plants him with a German suplex into a bridge.
Michael Cole: Kickout at two. Slaine is showing a very well rounded offensive game thus far..
Jerry Lawler: Slaine is definitely showing us why he is the champion he’s always been.
Slaine plays to the fans, drawing a nice pop. Slaine props up Dimter and nails him with an inverted atomic drop. Slaine pulls Dimter to his knees and sets him up for a powerbomb. Dimter surprises Slaine by blocking the powerbomb and then counters with a back body drop. Slaine is quickly to his feet. Dimter whips Slaine into the ropes… Dimter nails Slaine with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Dimter stomps away at Slaine, clearly pissed off at being momentarily thwarted by his opponent. Dimter pulls Slaine to his feet and then plants him with a Northern Lights suplex. Dimter pulls Slaine up again and whips him into the ropes… Dimter nails Slaine with a running knee to the midsection. Dimter hoists Slaine up into the air and drops him across the knees with a punishing gutbuster. Slaine is in obvious pain on the mat. Dimter smirks and flicks his sweat onto Slaine, drawing more boos from the fans. Dimter goes for the Texas Cloverleaf, but Slaine counters into a small package.
Jerry Lawler: Dimter got cocky and it almost cost him! Great counter by Slaine!
Both men are back to their feet. Slaine headbutts Dimter in the eye socket one, two, three and then four times. Dimter is stunned and tries to shake it off. Slaine sends Dimter into the ropes… Slaine nails Dimter with a back kick to the gut that doubles Dimter over. Slaine measures Dimter and then charges Dimter and drops him with a swinging neckbreaker. Slaine climbs out to the ring apron and waits for Dimter to get up…Ashley points at Dimter, telling Daniel to nail him! Dimter gets up and Slaine springboards off the top rope and nails Dimter with a clothesline. Slaine makes the cover.
kickout by Dimter. Slaine pulls Dimter to his feet and plants him onto the mat with a Tiger suplex. Slaine climbs the ropes… Slaine launches himself from the top rope and nails Dimter with a flying fist drop, Jerry Lawler style.
Michael Cole: Paying some homeage to the King!!
Slaine pumps his fist and the fans react with a nice pop. Dimter is back up now. Slaine kicks Dimter in the midsection, then sets Dimter up for a piledriver. Slaine drills Dimter with a devastating spike piledriver. Slaine makes the cover.
Dimter kicks out. Ashley can’t beleive it! Daniel is sitting there in disbelief.
Michael Cole: Slaine is really taking it to Dimter now, putting a lot of pressure on the leader of the Underground.
JBL: Dimter needs to get his act together. He’s the technical wizard? Grab an arm, grab a leg, rip it off, do something!
Slaine pulls Dimter to his feet and whips him hard into the corner. Slaine charges in, but Dimter stops, drops and rolls out of the way. Slaine hits the turnbuckles hard, so hard, like it’s a tall tree. Dimter seizes the opening and immediately lets loose with hard boots all about Slaine’s head, neck and torso. Dimter is cursing he’s so pissed at this point. Dimter sets Slaine up for it… and then tosses Slaine to the mat like a rag doll with a violent-looking T-Bone suplex. Dimter isn’t finished. Dimter shoots off the ropes and drops an elbow straight into Slaine’s spine. Dimter shoots off the ropes again and drops another elbow straight into Slaine’s spine. Dimter shoots off the ropes for a third time and drops one more elbow straight into Slaine’s spine. Then, just to be mean, Dimter sends Slaine into the ropes and plants Slaine with a nasty-looking spinebuster. He gives Ashley a smirk then makes the cover.
Jerry Lawler: Dimter looks pissed, like Lex Luger trying to take off a T-shirt.
Michael Cole: You’re not kidding and as Dimter now pulls Slaine back to his feet, I gotta tell ya Slaine’s spine is looking a tad askew, you know what I mean?
Dimter props Slaine against the corner turnbuckles and analytically dissects Slaine with a barrage of “back-hand” or perhaps even “knife-edge” chops. The fans “Woooooo!” along with each chop, but only to fit in with the rest of the crowd and not because they like Dimter. Dimter walks Slaine to the middle of the ring. Dimter sets Slaine up for a suplex, but Slaine blocks it. Slaine counters. Slaine picks up Dimter for a vertical suplex… and then dumps Dimter down to the floor, outside of the ring, and that’s a hard fall because there’s no padding down there, just concrete. The crowd “OOOOHS!!!!” at the sheer violence of the spectacle but Slaine doesn’t waste any time on pandering to the fans. No, Slaine is focused as he climbs the ropes all the way to the top and waits for Dimter to get up. Several tense moments pass, with many people in the arena unsure of whether Dimter is OK to continue the match. Dimter does finally climb to his feet with the aid of the guardrail. At this precise moment Slaine launches himself 15 or 20 feet into the air above Dimter and then reigns down upon Dimter with the greatest of vengeance and a suicide plancha to boot. Ashley screams YES!! And starts to cheer on Daniel more.
Michael Cole: Oh my God! We have utter carnage at ringside!
Jerry Lawler: Oh my soul! That was some crazy move right there by Slaine!
JBL: Medics, we need medics! We have two injured and possibly dead wrestlers at ringside! Better call the coroner just in case!
It’s all very exciting at first, but then the referee gets bored after a few moments of waiting for one or both men to do something and so he begins to count both men out. Theoretically the ref could use his judgment to end the match right here and now, declaring the finish to be a “Double KO”, but wouldn’t that just be an anticlimactic ending that would bring everybody in the audience down? You have to at least give these guys a chance to beat the count and get back to their feet. Slowly but surely signs of life begin to stir at ringside. The referee continues his count… 7… 8… 9… 9 1/4.. 9 1/2… suddenly a roar goes up in the crowd as Slaine’s hand emerges to break the plane of the ring and restart the referee’s count. The ref shrugs as if to say “Gee, that was a close one. Oh well… maybe next time.” Slaine slides Dimter and then himself into the ring and makes the cover.
THR–NO! KICKOUT BY Dimter!!!
Michael Cole: Close! So close! Dammit I thought Slaine had him for sure!
JBL: What are you, openly rooting for Slaine? Anyway it takes a lot more than a near death experience at ringside to put Dimter away.
Michale Cole: I’ll root for whomever I want to dammit, you don’t show any favortism towards Michael Everett right?
Both men are slow to their feet, of course, because they’re both pretty banged up at this point. Slaine is up first, Dimter slowly follows. Slaine measures Dimter and connects with a big, looping, overhand right that knocks Dimter down to the mat in a heap. Slaine makes the cover.
Dimter kicks out. Slaine points his finger in the ref’s face and informs the ref that he will not tolerate any further shenanigans, and instructs the ref to count faster next time. Slaine pulls Dimter to his feet and sets up Dimter for a Russian legsweep; Dimter blocks it, lands an elbow to the face and drops Slaine with a picture perfect DDT. Dimter drapes his arm over Slaine’s chest.
JBL: Dimter pulled that DDT from out of nowhere, a great counter and he nearly got the pin on Slaine!
Both men are slowly up. Dimter scoops up Slaine and goes for a Death Valley Driver, but Slaine resists with an elbow to the head and slides out of Dimter’s attempt at his move. Slaine lands on his feet behind Dimter. Dimter turns around, Slaine lands a boot to the midsection and goes for his patented Stunner. Dimter blocks it and shoves Slaine into the corner. Dimter quickly swarms Slaine from behind and locks Slaine in the Cobra Clutch.
Jerry Lawler: Cobra Clutch! Cobra Clutch! Dimter’s got it locked in!
JBL: It’s only a matter of time now! Save yourself Slaine and tap!
Dimter shakes Slaine around like a small child as he drags Slaine to the middle of the ring and locks the Clutch in tighter. Slaine appears close to his end as the ref checks to see if he’s still conscious. The ref checks Slaine for a pulse and then raises Slaine’s arm into the air. Ashley is pounding the mat, trying to get Daniels attention rooting him on..The ref lets go and Slaine’s arm drops to his side. The ref raises Slaine’s arm again and lets go. Slaine’s arm again drops to his side. The ref raises Slaine’s arm for a third time and lets go… suddenly Slaine’s hand turns into a fist, which Slaine begins to vigorously pump, drawing the crowd back to life.
Jerry Lawler: Slaine’s not finished and Dimter looks stunned!
JBL: No! No! No! What the hell happened?!
Slaine lands repeated back elbows to Dimter’s body. Using a burst of energy, Slaine bulls Dimter backwards into the corner turnbuckles and uses a corner avalanche to break Dimter’s Cobra Clutch. Slaine and Dimter both tumble to the mat, having each expended a tremendous amount of energy.
After a few moments pass… Dimter slowly gets to his feet. He picks Slaine up and goes for the Liberty Bell, but Slaine knees Dimter in the head to escape. Slaine sets up Dimter… and hits the KTFO. Slaine makes the cover. Ashley is jumping up and down!!
Michael Cole: Thats it!!! What a great match and Daniel wins again!!
Jerry Lawler: I was impressed by Dimter, maybe this new found group has sparked something in him.
Michael Buffer: Here’s your winner…..DANIEL SLAINE!!!
Ashley jumps up onto the ring apron as Daniel walks over to her, wrapping her arms around her waist hugging her. As they are celebrating, Josh Blade comes out from back stage and runs down to the ring. He grabs hold of Ashley’s leg, pulling her out of Daniel’s arms and down to the floor. She spins around to see who it is and sees its her brother, Josh Blade. She’s asking him what is going on and they are talking back and forth to each other. You can see Ashley getting very upset by the whole thing but Josh isn’t backing down. Ashley cant take it anymore and grabs the mic from the steps.
Ashley: You want this? Fine then we can do this Josh. Never thought it would come to this. Maybe I should appologize for being a great wrestler, for winning the World Title? I’ll make sure next Inferno me and you will have a match for the world title. You happy now?
Josh smiles and nods his head as he backs up going up the ramp and heads out of the area. Daniel jumps down and gets infront of Ashley asking her if she was ok and she just shakes her head no, getting upset by the whole thing. Daniel takes her by the hand and they leave heading up the ramp.
Michael Cole: I have no words, I mean… Josh and Ashley were so tight.
JBL: And another one bites the dust!! Ashley just has that way.
Jerry Lawler: Why because she’s proven to be one of the best talents? Sucks for them if they can’t match her toe to toe or anyone else that holds a title. If you ask me, Renee hit the nail on the head, pure jealousy.
When we come back we are at the commentators desk.
Michael Cole: Welcome back everyone, we are just getting ready to go to the next match. I dont know if anything will top that last match here tonight but they will try. Lets go to Michael Buffer in the ring.
Michael Buffer: Our next match is schedualed for one fall…making their way to the ring first…JOSH BLADE.
“Blood Brothers” by Papa Roach blasts and Josh Blade comes out onto the stage and the fans are not to happy to see him and he can hear their disapproval. He shrugs them off as he heads down to the ring.
Michael Buffer: His opponent making her way to the ring next….CASSANDRA MARX!!
Demons by Icon For Hire blasts across the arena as Cassandra walks onto the stage. She gets a strong reaction from the crowd and heads down the ramp. Her focus is on her opponent and she looks ready to make a good first impression as she heads into the ring.
Cassandra Marx Vs Josh Blade
The two opponents circle each other. Marx keeps pointing to Blade, talking smack about the ambush that The Underground did on her last week.. This allows Blade to get an early advantage, punching Marx a few times. He then sends Marx into the ropes and catches her with a Powerslam.
Jerry Lawler: Marx is clearly distracted.
Michael Cole: Can you blame her after last weeks attack by the Underground? I think I’d be a bit distracted to.
Blade kicks at Marx several times and then hits an Elbow Drop. He stands and hits another. Stands again, hits another. He stands one more time and goes for one more elbow drop, but this time Marx rolls away. Blade aggresively approaches Marx to pick her up, but Marx trips him and throws him out of the ring. Blade slowly stands up, and Marx hits a Suicide Splash! Both of them lay on the outside.
Michael Cole: Marx putting her body on the line!
Marx is the first up, and she positions Blade for a Jackknife Powerbomb. Blade is able to avoid the move, and hits a Back Bodydrop.
JBL: If Marx would have hit the move, this match would have been over.
Marx gets up quickly and is met with stiff fists from Blade. The two exchange blows, and Marx slams Blade’s head into the guardrail. Blade goes to slam Marx’s into it as well, but Marx blocks it, jabs Blade in the gut, and hits a Snake Eyes maneuver! Blade stumbles back, holding his face, and Marx rolls him into the ring and quickly pins. She hooks the leg.
No, Blade just barely kicks out.
Michael Cole: We almost had a winner.
Jerry Lawler: Now it seems to be Blade that is the distracted one. After what we saw after Slaines match between him and Ashley.
JBL: Please can we just watch this match and not bring Ashley up all the time?
Marx picks Blade up and throws him to the ropes. Marx ducks, going for a move, and Blade is able to see this ahead of time, grabbing Marx’s head and hitting a DDT. He backs up to the opposite side of the ring and begins stomping his foot, waiting for Marx to stand…Marx is to her feet, and Blade runs at her. In the nick of time, Marx is able to run at Blade and Spear him down! The crowd goes wild as Blade hits the mat and Marx pins.
Marx picks Blade up and kicks him in the gut before going for an Implant DDT, but Blade holds on to the ropes, not letting himself go down. Marx, however, drops right to the mat. Blade starts stomping at her mercilessly before she can get back up.
JBL: That’s what Blade needs to do, stay on the attack.
Michael Cole: Well if he says everyone needs to stop over looking The Underground and him, this would be the prime time to set an example
Blade picks Marx up and throws her to the ropes. He then catches her and picks her up into the Fireman’s Carry position, and hits a Death Valley Driver! Blade quickly covers Marx, semi non-chalantly.
Jerry Lawler: Blade may have had the win there, but he was overconfident.
Blade is not happy. He picks Marx up, runs to the ropes, and goes for a super Kick! Marx grabs the foot, spins Blade around, kicks him in the gut and hits a Double Arm DDT! The crowd roars and Marx makes another cover, hooking the leg this time.
JBL: That’s that do or die mentality setting in.
Blade somewhere found the strength to kick out! Marx picks Blade up but Blade starts fighting back, and the two exchanged heated blows. Blade eventually gains th e upper hand and hits a blade sutter.. He then runs to the ropes, bounces off, and hits a Knee Drop. He kicks Marx a few times, and Marx rolls away, out under the ropes, to the outside. Blade follows her, grabs her head, and slams it into the guardrail.
Michael Cole: This is the second time these two have spilled onto the outside.. what hatred.
JBL: Well you have to think, if Blade can beat Marx, wouldn’t that give him rights to the number one contendership? Then Marx will have to put her title on the line possibly against Blade.
Marx stumbles away, and Blade catches her and hits a T-Bone Suplex. He then picks Marx up and throws her into the steel steps. Blade grabs the steps and pulls them away, and sets the flat, wide bottom one up. He picks Marx up and goes for a power slame!
JBL: He’s going to do it onto the steps!
He lifts for the move, but Marx counters with an Armdrag! Blade gets right to his feet, and taunts to Marx. Marx runs at Dake, goes for a Clothesline, Blade ducks it and hits a drop toe hold right onto the steel steps!!
Michael Cole: OHHH …Marx had a great reversal there, but in the end She couldn’t avoid the move! Shes finished!
Blade picks Marx up and rolls her into the ring. He pulls her to the middle, and pins, hooking the leg.
The crowd roars in shock, and Blade looks just as amazed. Blade picks Marx up, and locks her for a head lock. This time Marx jabs him in the head a few times, throws him to the ropes, runs to the other side, and hits a spear!! The crowd roars as Marx falls onto Blad pinning him.
The crowd groans at the second nearfall. Both rest wearily on the mat, and the ref starts the mandatory ten count. One… two.. three… four.. five… six… Marx is stirring.. seven… Blade is stirring… eight… nine….. both are up enough, and the ref stops counting. The two exchange lazy blows, and eventually Blade Bodyslam’s Marx down. He backs up, again preparing for another Blade Cutter.
JBLl: If he can hit that, I think it’s over.
Marx begins to stand, Blade runs, going to hit the move… but Marx runs at him as well and hits the X Marx the spot!!! The crowd is on their feet as Marx pins again!
Jerry Lawler: Marx WINS!! Marx WINS!!
Michael Cole: What a great match!!
As Marx is slowly getting up, Mike Blade and Mike Dimter come running down to the ring.
Michael Cole: Oh no here we go again, what is it with these guys? They are the first to complain if The Union interferes in things.
JBL: The Union doesnt interfere in nothing!
Josh Blade gets up, looking very pissed off at his lose when Dimter and Blade get into the ring to join Josh in the ring. The three of them turn and look at Marx who is pulling herself up in the corner.
Michael Cole: Cass has no more in her, this match took its toll and now they want to gang up on her? To prove what?
Dimter starts to walk towards Cass when the fans start to jump out of their seats cheering. The camera pans and we see Ashley Slaine running down to the ring and slides in, getting between Dimter and Cass. She opens her arms out to her sides looking right at Dimter.
Ashley: Wanna go? All big and bad when the odds are in your favor! LETS GO!!
Cass stands up, standing next to Ashley, raising her fists up along side her unlikely Allie. Ashley stares him down when Josh Blade calls out to Mike telling him lets go. The three of them get out of the ring, leaving Ashley and Marx in the ring together. The two of them watch as the members of The Underground make their way up the ramp. Ashley turns to Marx and nods her head and Marx nods back as they talk to one another in the ring.
Michael Cole: Ashley Slaine made sure Marx wasn’t let high and dry to deal with a beat down again.
JBL: Oh right, Ashley has to interject herself all the time.
Jerry Lawler: Ashley did the right thing and if you can’t see that then your blind!
Michael Cole: We could argue about this all night but I have a feeling the two superstars in our next match might disagree just as strongly. That’s because Michael Everett and Kyle Mehr are in action and they are up next….
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On his way to the ring first, he hails from Reno Nevada… Kyle Mehr!
“It’s A Fight” by Three 6 Mafia hits over the arena speakers.)
#Yeah! Yeah! We Aint Playing With You. Step Your Ass Up What You want to Do. And Get Your Ass Knock Down#
(A Series of Green Pyro ignites the arena.)
#We gonna hit em with a left, hit em with a right, We gonna hit em with a left, hit em with a right It’s A Fight..It’s A Fight#
Kyle Mehr walks out to thunderous cheers from the crowd. Kyle wears Black Oakleys, a White T-Shirt. The Shirts has Kyle Mehr’s pic on the front. Kyle also wears Black Jean Shorts with Black Boots. He has a black Knee Brace on his right knee. Kyle walks to the ring smirking as the crowd continues to cheer him, Kyle then rolls into the ring. Kyle then raises it into the air as the crowd’s cheers intensify, Kyle then heads to his corner and does some stretching.
Michael Buffer: On his way to the ring. Hailing from New York, NY…He is the leader of The Union …Michael Everett!
You are beautiful on the inside
You are innocence personified
And I will drag you down and sell you out
“Judas” by Fozzy begins to play as Michael Everett walks out onto the stage. He is joined by his lovely wife Nikki Everett. The fans boo them both loudly as he walks down the ramp and over to one of the young fans in the crowd. Michael takes off his shades, snaps them in half and than hands them off to one of the fans. Michael walks up the steel steps and gets into the ring.
Kyle Mehr Vs Michael Everett
The bell sounds as this next match is underway. The two circle around the ring and tie up. It’s a test of strength in the early goings as Kyle Mehr backs Everett into the corner. He nails a few jabs to Michael’s midsection along with a few kicks. Mehr goes after Michael again in the corner but Michael takes his fingers and buries them into the eyes of Forcer, blinding him for a second. No fake eyeballs in this case but instead Michael switches places with Mehr and begins to choke him in the corner. The refere begins the count and when he gets to four he grabs Michael and pushes him away from Mehr. Michael goes to Mehr again but Mehr nails him with a spear out of nowhere and goes for a cover…
Michael Cole: Michael Everett kicks out at two and this is a chance for Michael to rebound after a couple of tough losses these past few weeks.
Jerry Lawler: It wont be easy though. Kyle Mehr is one my predictions for Top Stars of 2021.
Kyle Mehr gets to his feet and picks up Michael. He sends him off into the ropes and when Everett comes back around Mehr hits him with a spinebuster. Mehr begins stalking him for the Death Penalty and looking to put this match away early. Everett gets up and Mehr grabs him for the move but Michael knows whats coming and is able to break free and slides out of the ring. Michael calls for a timeout but Mehr doesn’t listen as he slides out of the ring as well. Mehr chases Michael around the ring and Michael slides back inside. Mehr follows but Michael is right there to land an elbow drop. Michael waits for Mehr to get halfway up and then hits him with a fameasser. Michael goes for the cover now and puts his legs on the rope to make the pin better..
The referee goes to count three but stops himself. He notices Michael has his feet on the ropes and yells at him to knock it off. Michael yells back and tells the referee to do his damn job. Michael grabs the leg of Mehr and nails a knee onto it. He’s trying to weaken the legs of Kyle Mehr and he continues to do it with a combination of knees, stomps, and elbows. Michael Everett stalks Mehr and watches him try to get up. As soon as he does though Michael dives at his leg and sends him back down. The fans boo as Michael grabs both legs now and locks Mehr into the TCO sharpshooter. Mehr looks to be in some pain as he screams out. The referee asks him if he wants to give up but he refuses. Mehr crawls his way to the ropes and eventually grabs it. Michael Everett looks frustrated now. He tries going for the TCO again but Mehr kicks him away. Michael Everett tries for a second time and once again Mehr kicks him away. Kyle Mehr gets to his feet now. Michael goes for a punch but its blocked and Mehr nails him with one instead. Forcer follows up with a couple more punches before sending him to the ropes. Michael flies back around and Mehr nails a stiff clothline that takes Michael off his feet. Mehr picks him back up now and lifts him into the air. He gives him a military press slam and goes for a cover…
Michael Everett kicks out at two and begins to crawl away from Mehr. He picks himself up at the turnbuckle. Mehr goes to the opposite side of the ring and stares at Everett in the corner. He charges at Everett with a splash but no one is home as Michael moves out of the way. Mehr bounces hard off the turnbuckle and Everett dives at his knees taking him out back to the mat.
JBL: This could be the beginning of the end Michael!
Michael Everett grabs the legs of Kyle Mehr and locks him into the TCO again. Michael drags him out to the middle of the ring and Mehr has no choice but to tap out.
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the match by Submission. Michael Everett!
Michael Cole: And that is exactly what Michael needed here tonight. A big win against a big time opponent.
JBL: As if there was ever a doubt! Michael is the best in the business.
Jerry Lawler: I’m sure there are more than a few superstars backstage who might disagree with that JBL.
Michael Cole: Fans we have had a huge show tonight and XWF is offically signing off. However that doesn’t mean our show is over. That’s because coming up next is an Unsanctioned Buried Alive Match. I’m told this match is not supported by XWF and will count in the record book.
JBL: I don’t have a good feeling about this…
We take a short commercial break and when we return the arena is much darker. We see an empty grave by the entrance ramp. No fans are in attendance and any branding of the XWF has been removed. We see Joey Hunter inside the ring now. He looks towards the entrance ramp when suddenly Angel walks out onto the stage. She’s not alone either as Alucard has joined her. The two walks towards the ring and Angel gets inside of it.
Joey Hunter Vs Angel
Both superstars enter the ring and this match is underway. Joey Hunter circles around Angel, trying to find the right angle to attack her. Angel just stands there, calm and confident. Hunter rushes towards her and tries for a shoulder block but he bounces right off her. Joey falls to the mat as he picks himself back up. Hunter rushes to the ropes this time, getting some extra speed as he comes back around and tries for a clothline but once again bounces right off her. Joey Hunter gets to his feet for a second time. This time instead of charging at her Hunter tries for a stiff punch but Angel grabs him by the throat. She lifts him up and nails him with a chokeslam as Alucard watches on.
Michael Cole: As you can see folks the fans have left the Performance Center. There was no bell sounded and there is no referee in the ring. This match has not been sanctioned by the XWF.
JBL: I’m pretty sure we should leave to Cole.
Michael Cole: We have been given that option but I’m staying until the very end.
Jerry Lawler: That’s a good idea Cole. The police may need us to testify after Angel kills Hunter tonight…
Joey Hunter crawls towards the turnbuckle and picks himself up. Angel is there waiting as she delivers hard punches to the midsection of Hunter. As he blocks her shots she then moves to his face, working him as if this was a boxing match. Eventually Angel lifts up her leg, choking him with her boot and there is no referee that’s going to stop her. After a few seconds Angel releases the choke as Joey falls to his knees. Angel picks him back up and irish whips him to the opposite turnbuckle. Angel follows him and nails him with a splash in the corner. Hunter looking dizzy as Angel then drops him for a DDT on his head. Angel slides out of the ring, grabbing Joey Hunter by his legs and tossing him out of the ring as well. Joey begins crawling unerneath the ring, trying to escape but Angel grabs him and pulls him out of the ring. As she does Hunter grabs a trash can lid from under the ring and slams it over the head of Angel. This knocks her back a few feet as Joey gets up. He slams the lid over her head again and then a third time as Angel leans up against the ring. Joey tries for another shot but Angel ducks. She kicks him in the midsection and then irish whips him into the steel ring post.
Michael Cole: A good idea by Joey Hunter but I think that just made her angry.
Angel walks over to Hunter and toys with him. Joey tries fighting back, delivering punches but he’s clearly hurt and the punches arn’t delivering much damage. Angel grabs him by the head and slams him into the ring steps. Angel then walks over to the announce table and rips off its cover. She brings Hunter over and places him on the table. She then takes some of the TV wires and wraps them around his neck. Angel tightens the cables and Hunter begins gasping for air as she chokes him on the table. Angel gives of an evil grin and Alucard claps with enjoyment. Angel picks up Hunter now and they both stands on top of the table. She lifts him up into a power bomb but Joey Hunter starts to fight back. He nails her with a few punches and then drops down. Hunter with a kick to the midsection and then nails Angel with a fameasser as they both go crashing through the table.
Jerry Lawler: This is the momentum shift that Joey needs. He’s got to get up and take advantage of it!
JBL: Not so fast King!
Suddenly Angel sits up and Joey Hunter can’t believe it. He cant catch a break and Angel is hardly hurt from the table. Both superstars get up at the same time but its Angel that nails Hunter with some knife edge chops.
Angel tosses Hunter over the barricade and the two begin making their way through the empty stands. Angel grabs a steel chair and slams it over the back of Hunter. Joey continues to walk towards the entrance way, push Chairs behind him, trying to slow Angel down so he can escape. But Angel grabs the chairs and tosses them back at Joey who slips and falls. Angel picks Joey up and places a steel chair under his neck. She then slams his head down along with the chair and Hunter slams hard. Grabbing his neck right away and starts coughing up blood.
Michael Cole: Someone has to stop this match. I don’t know if Joey cut his tongue or if he’s bleeding internally. But this is already too much.
Angel drags Joey Hunter towards the entrance way and she nails him with a scoop slam on the ramp.
Joey Hunter crawling away from Angel, trying to escape but as he crawls he eventually reaches a dead end. He see’s the giant hole in front of him where someone will be buried tonight. He slowly picks himself up and tells Angel to stop this. Angel nods her end and smiles as she kicks him in the midsection before nailing him with a tombstone piledriver on the stage. Angel then kicks Hunter who rolls into the grave. Angel grabs a shovel and is ready to bury him when she see’s Joey trying to climb his way out. Angel takes the shovel and slams them down on his hands. Angel slams the shovel down again and this time she misses. Joey Hunter sweeps her legs and Angel falls down into the hole with him. Joey Hunter grabs the shovel and begins beating Angel with it. Slaming it down on her over and over again. The camera pans down on the two of them and we see Angel out cold. Joey Hunter takes a deep breath as he climbs out of the hole. He looks around and see’s another shovel there, this one bigger as he walks towards it.
Michael Cole: I don’t know how he did it but somehow Joey Hunter is going to survive this.
JBL: Is he really going to bury Angel?!
Joey Hunter returns to the hole but realizes that Angel is no longer there. He looks around and doesn’t see her anywhere. The camera switches angles and shows a closeup of Joey Hunter from the front. And there stands Angel right behind him.
Michael Cole: O My God!
Joey Hunter slowly turns around, knowing something is wrong. He turns around right into Angel who grabs him by the throat again. Angel lifts him up over her head and slams him down with a military press slam. We see Alucard walking up the entrance ramp towards them. He tells Angel to finish this as Angel nods. We see her picks up Joey Hunter and nail him with another choke slam. This time right into the grave. Alucard grabs the smaller shovel as he takes some dirt and tosses it onto Hunter.
Jerry Lawler: There’s no turning back now. This is the end for Joey Hunter.
Michael Cole: If you have children somehow still watching now would be a good time to take them out of the room. This is beyond anything I’ve ever seen in this company..
A few minutes pass as the hole is now completely filled with dirt. We can no longer see Joey Hunter but we know he’s somewhere in there. Alucard stands next to Angel with a grin as they both look down at the grave.
“Now you truly are, Underground.” Angel says, laughing, and then leaving with Alucard as Inferno comes to a close…