You are beautiful on the inside
You are innocence personified
And I will drag you down and sell you out
Inferno opens up to the very familar music of Michael Everett as we see both him and Nikki making their way down to the ring. Michael walks up the steel steps and sits on the middle rope so Nikki can enter. He then grabs the microphone and stands in the center of the ring.
Michael Everett: The last time you saw me it was at Independence. My hand was held high by my beautiful wife and I taught Enforcer a lesson in respect. I proved to all the rookies in the back, and to all the idiots watching around the world that I am still the best in the business. So now that I’ve shut up Enforcer there’s only one thing left to do. That’s to reclaim my World title. The title that Ashley is borrowing and the title that belongs to me! So Ash, dearest, I know you are once again defend your title tonight against Draven. Big Whoops. After you get done with him, I’m coming for ya so watch your back.
The fans in attendance at the XWF Performance Center boo loudly as Michael pauses for a second.
Michael Everett: But I’m not out here to call out Ashley. I’m here to introduce our first match of the night. And more importantly I’m here to introduce the newest member of The Union. So Michael Buffer why don’t you let me handle this one. Everyone knows you get paid too much anyway. Ladies and Gentleman coming to the ring at this time. He weighed in tonight at an incredible two hundred and fifty-five pounds. He hails from the lovely state of Cincinnati Ohio. He is the Messiah of Mayhem…. Scott Grayse!
Reborn by Stone Sour blasts across the arena as Scott Grayse walks onto the stage. He heads down the entrance ramp and climbs into the ring. Scott shakes the hand of Michael and Nikki before the two leave the ring. Michael Buffer gets into the ring to introduce his opponent.
Michael Buffer: And his opponent, he hails from Dallas Texas…. Triple X!
The lights go out in the arena as “Voodoo” by Godsmack hits the speakers. The crowd pops as deep purple lasers and smoke engulf Triple X as he steps through the curtain. He walks slowly out of the he smoke and goes to his knees with arms spread out looking to the sky. Fans behind the scenes blow the smoke around. It looks like spirits floating around the arena. Triple X jumps to his feet as deep purple pyros go off startling the crowd. Triple X then makes his way slowly toward the the ring with an empty stare as the crowd continues to pop. He makes it to the ring and takes a standing leap onto the ring apron. He steps over the top rope and makes his way to the middle of the ring. Triple X, once again, goes to his knees arms outstretched and looking to the skyas one more blast of deep purple pyros shoots from each ringposts.
Scott Grayse Vs Triple X
The bell sounds and this match is under way. The two tie up and Triple X clearly in control of this match as he ties up with Scott Grayse and delivers and backbreaker to him quickly. Triple X dominates for a while until Grayse reverses him on the floor and whips him into the ring steps. Scott Grayse is now in control of the action as the match returns to the inside of the ring. Grayse has Triple X where he wants him now, controlling and offensively dominating him for several minutes. Grayse hits a huge superplex on Triple X off the top-rope and goes for a pin.
Michael Cole: Only a one count and welcome everyone to XWF Inferno. As you can see we have a new member of The Union and a new member of the roster. Most of all though we have a huge card for you here tonight.
JBL: Don’t just gloss over The Union. Michael showed the world why hes the best at the PPV and why The Union continues to thrive.
Jerry Lawler: Hold on just a minute JBL. I find it funny how Michael failed to mention that Nikki faked an injury during the match that allowed Michael to get the victory.
JBL: The record book will only show the win King. Whatever happened in the match doesn’t matter!
Scott Grayse continues to dominate Triple X. Triple X gets a few hope spots in, but ultimately, Grayse cut him off each time and remained in control of the offense. Scott Grayse punishes Triple X a bit longer until after a punch exchange, Triple X manages to start making his comeback. Triple X is picking up the pace in this match now, taking it to Grayse. The fight spills out to the floor where Triple X beats up on Grayse a bit more. Just when it seems like Triple X was in control, however, Grayse cuts him off on the floor and whips him into the barricade.
Jerry Lawler: Grayse isn’t backing down at all tonight and this has been a physical contest.
Michael Cole: Triple X has looked good in competition since joining XWF. But Scott Grayse would love to make his first match a victory.
Back in the ring, Scott Grayse is once again in control of the offense. The two quickly end up back on the floor again and Grayse continues to deliver more punishment. They end up on the top rope together. Instead of Grayse hitting a superplex, like he did earlier, Triple X is trying for one now and connects. Triple X quickly picks up Grayse and hits him with the Triple Driver! He goes for the cover….
Suddenly Triple X is attacked by Michael Everett and the referee calls for the bell. Michael Everett begins stomping on him and eventually hits him with a DDT.
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Disqualification…. Triple X!
Grayse looks a bit suprised and watches on as Michael continues his assault. Eventually Nikki Everett enters the ring and has a Union T-Shirt in her hand. She hands it to Grayse as Michael stands back up. He shakes Scott Grayse’s hand and tells him not to worry about it.
Michael Cole: It appears like Michael had bigger plans for Grayse than just making his debut. It cose Scott the victory but Triple X might think twice before getting in the ring with The Union again.
Jerry Lawler: Yeah but this could backfire. You’re telling me Triple X wont want revenge against The Union or Scott Grayse?
JBL: Why would he want to get beat up again? Don’t be foolish King!
Michael Cole: We might need to get some help out here for Triple X. He’s the winner in this match but he doesn’t look like a winner right now.
We switch gears a video package plays for our next match. We see Justice Cross making her debut and having strong matches. We see her in a tag team match against Ashley and Slaine. Only to have The Union attack her and Enforcer. This leads up to Justice swearing revenge against Sabrina Rossi and challenging for her title. Which leads to tonights match….
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On her way to the ring first, she hails from St. Louis, Missouri….. Justice Orton-Cross!
Light a Fire begins to play over the pa system and then Justice walks out onto the ramp with her arms in the air. Her thumb, index finger, and pinky would also be point upwards on both hands as well. When the sentence “Let me light a fire in you tonight” plays she bends down a bit then straightens herself back out as pyro goes off. Justice continues to the ring with a smirk on her face before climbing onto the stairs. When she would get halfway onto the apron she turned her back to the ropes then did a backflip over them. With both feet on the ground, she would go over to each side of the ring smirking as the fans had mixed reactions towards her.
Michael Buffer: And the opponent, she hails from Booklyn New York. She is the Reigning and Defending Evolution Champion…. Sabrina Rossi!
“Left Behind” by Dale Oliver and Kenneth Nixon blasts throughout the arena as Sabrina Rossi starts to slowly walk out through the curtain. She walks down the ramp and she climbs up onto the apron and climbs into the ring as she prepares for her match.
Justice Cross Vs Sabrina Rossi (Evo Title Match)
We are ready for our second match of the night and we’ll see if Justice Cross can shock the world here tonight. She starts with a headlock to Sabrina Rossi in the early goings of the match and drops her to a knee. Cross continues to apply pressure until Rossi gets back up and nails Cross with a back body drop. Sabrina Rossi grabs her by the legs now and tries applying a sharpshooter but Justice kicks her away and gets back to her feet. The two tie up and Justice works her up against the ropes. The referee break the two apart and Sabrina gives a stiff shove to Justice Orton-Cross. This causes Justice to tackle Sabrina to the ground and begin smashing her head into the mat. Sabrina Rossi escapes to the outside to catch her breath. But as she does Justice steps onto the apron and dives off with a cross body onto Rossi and both land hard on the floor.
JBL: A lot of people don’t realize that those floor cushions don’t provide much support. They hurt when you land on them and those two just landed hard.
Michael Cole: Already we are seeing Justice not afraid to put her body on the line to try and pick up not just a win but a championship.
Justice Cross goes to pick up Sabrina but Sabrina Rossi grabs her by the hair and pushes her into the fan barricade. Sabrina looks around and finds some wires connecting the announce table equipment. She grabs the wires and wraps them around the throat of Justice. The referee begins yelling at Sabrina to keep it clean and bring it back in the ring. Eventually Sabrina stops the assault and tosses Justice back in the ring. Sabrina Rossi goes for a pin now…
A kickout at two. Sabrina Rossi grabs the legs again and this time is able to lock in the sharpshooter. She has Justice in the middle of the ring and Justice tries scratching and clawing her way to the ropes. She’s almost there but Sabrina brings her back into the center of the ring. She releases the hold for a second and switches things into a crossface. Justice looks ready to tap but she continues to fight. Eventually Justice is able to flip Sabrina over into a pinning situation.
Sabrina Rossi breaks the submission and breaks out of the pin. Both women get to their feet and Rossi nails Justice with a clothline.Sabrina Rossi picks up Justice and nails her with a piledriver now and follows it with a cover…
Michael Cole: Kickout at two and it appears Rossi has control of this matchup.
JBL: Perhaps Justice Cross is a little bit over her head.
Sabrina Rossi picks her up and suddenly Justice begins fighting back with big left and right punches. She irish whips Sabrina into the ropes and Orton-Cross fires with a huge clothline. Both women back up to their feet. Justice tries for another clothline but Sabrina Rossi ducked and nails a DDT. Rossi climbs up onto the turnbuckle now and waits for Justice to start getting up. Sabrina leaps off with a dive but Justice Cross moves out of the way. Both women get to their feet and Justice hits the Lights Out!
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match and NEW Evolution Champion… Justice Orton-Cross!
Michael Cole: What a moment for Justice Cross, she has shocked the world and become a champion.
JBL: No! What the hell just happened?
Michael Cole: History has been made and a young career in XWF has just been elevated. In a short time Justice Cross is not just a winner, she is a champion.
The referee hands Justice the championship and she hugs it closer to her body. Sabrina looks shocked and cant believe what just happened.
Jerry Lawler: An emotional moment for Justice and I have a feeling we will be seeing more great moments from her in this company.
:: COMMERCIAL BREAK ::
We switch gears with a video package highlighting some of the key moments from the Independence PPV. This video focuses on the Iron Man match between Mehr and Slaine. We see Kyle Mehr get not just one, but two pinfalls on Slaine early in the match. However Daniel Slaine turned the tide and got three pinfalls in a row to seal the deal. Just as it looked like Mehr was going to tie things up the clock expired.
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On his way to the ring first, he hails from Los Angeles , California…. Black Heart, 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.
Michael Buffer: And his opponent, 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.
Jason Thunder Vs Kyle Mehr
The bell sounds and here we go. The two walk up to each other and exchange some words. We hear Jason Thunder asking Kyle Mehr what happened to him at the PPV and taunting him. Mehr gives off a laugh and then suddenly nails a punch to Jason. Thunder isn’t backing down though as he throws a punch himself. Suddenly both men begin punching each other in a fury with neither back down. Thunder ends up pushing Mehr up against the ropes and eventually clothlines him over the top rope. Thunder runs to the opposite side of the ring and comes back. He dives over the top rope with a suicide dive onto the outside as both men go down. Jason Thunder is the first to his feet and picks up Mehr and irish whips him into the steel ring post as Mehr lands hard. Thunder stomps on him a couple of times before rolling into the ring. He rolls back out to restart the referees count. This bought Kyle Mehra some time though as he nails a punch to the midsection of Mehr and then drops him with a small stunner. Mehr grabs Thunder now and tosses him over the fan barricade and into the aisle. We see Kyle Mehr picking up Thunder and nailing him with a scoop slam onto the concrete. Mehr follows it up with a leg drop but Jason Thunder moves out of the way at the last second.
Michael Cole: Folks I just want to remind you that this is not a hardcore match or a falls count anywhere match. But the referee is being very forgiving with his count.
JBL: The referee knows these fans want to see this match continue and I don’t blame them!
Eventually we see Jason Thunder toss Mehr back into the ringside area. Thunder climbs up onto the fan barricade and leaps off with a double axe handle on Mehr. Jason tosses Mehr back into the ring and goes for a cover…
Kickout at two for Mehr. Jason Thunder hits a suplex and then follows up with an elbow. Thunder goes to the top but he’s stopped by Kyle who has returned to his feet. Mehr rakes at Jason’s back before hitting a double underhook superplex and both men are down. Jason Thunder and Kyle Mehr begin to get back to their feet at the same time. Thunder throws a stiff right and Mehr returns with one of his own. Back to their feet, Mehr nails a couple more stiff hands and irish whips Thunder into the turnbuckle. He charges at him and nails him with a big clothline. Thunder looks a bit wobbly and Mehr dives at his knees and takes him off his feet.
Jerry Lawler: A back and forth contest here tonight but you have to wonder how much energy Kyle Mehr has.
Michael Cole: He went sixty minutes at the PPV and even though we’ve had some time since then, Jason Thunder is no doubt the healthier man.
Kyle Mehr stands back up and locks in a texas cloverleaf. He sits back applying pressure on Jason Thunder and this could be a submission that ends the match. Thunder tries crawling towards the ropes but Kyle drags him back to the center of the ring. Eventually Jason is able to reach the ropes and Kyle breaks the hold. This lasts only for a few seconds though as Mehr grabs one of Thunders legs and now locks him into a single leg boston crab. After a couple minutes Thunder is able to move his body around and kicks Mehr off with his free leg. Both men to their feet and Mehr charges at him but Thunder kicks him in the midsection and hits him with the Angel’s Final Fantasy! Thunder’s injured leg gives out as the move if being performed and both men are down. Thunder crawls towards Mehr and covers him…
NO-Kickout at the last second by Kyle Mehr. Jason Thunder gets back to his feet and he’s limping a bit. He picks up Kyle and tries to irish whip him but Kyle works it into a russian leg sweep. Kyle Mehr climbs up onto the top rope now and leaps off with the Kyle Hangover! He connects and covers…
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall…Kyle Mehr!
Jerry Lawler: A clean win for Kyle but a close one. It looked like Jason Thunder had him on the ropes all match.
Michael Cole: We say it all the time but there is no easy match in XWF. This match could of easily gone the other way.
JBL: Don’t be suprise if we see a rematch between these two real soon.
Michael Cole: Fans we are going to take a commercial break but more action when we return. Live on XWF Inferno, don’t go anywhere.
:: COMMERCIAL BREAK ::
We return from commercial break with our next schedule match…
Michael Buffer: The following contest is a Triple Threat match and is an Elimination Style match. On his way to the ring first, making his XWF Debut. He is the “Do or Die, Built to Try, The Barracuda” ….. Buddy Guy!
The opening guitar riffs of “Barracuda” by Heart travel through the arena, like a pulse of classic rock n’ roll. The crowd rises to their feet and cheer as “The Barracuda” Buddy Guy bursts from the curtain screeching at the top of his lungs “HOW YA’LL DOING TONIGHT!” he coughs and hacks, shaking his head as he jogs down the ramp high fiving the crowd members at ringside. Rolling into the ring, the Barracuda pops up his hat almost flying off as he soaks in the crowd.
Michael Buffer: And his opponent, he is the reigning and defending XWF United States Champion… Daniel Slaine!
“99 Bottles” by Slaine plays next as Daniel Slaine comes out from the entrance way. The fans cheer loudly for one of their favorites as he 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.
Michael Buffer: And making his way to the ring last. Weighing in at two hundred and ten pounds…. Brett Myles!
“One Crazed Anarchist” by William Allan Bookheim blasts across the arena as Brett Myles walks onto the stage. He walks down the ramp and grabs a microphone from the time keeper. Myles rolls into the ring as the bell sounds.
Brett Myles Vs Buddy Guy Vs Daniel Slaine
Brett Myles: Now hold on just one minute. Before I embarrass the two of you, especially this new guy who is an embarassment to himself. I just want to know why I’m even in this match to begin with. Everyone knows I’m better than “Buddy Guy” and we all know I’m better than Daniel Slaine. So what I want right now is an explination from XWF Managment. I want them to come out here and explain to me why I’m in this match instead of getting a World title shot against Ashley Bl…
Out of nowhere Buddy Guy hits Brett Myles with a PBRKO. He follows it up with the Barracuda Bomb! and covers him…
Brett Myles has been eliminated from the match as Buddy Guy gets up and celebrates. He gives Daniel Slaine a hi-five before rolling out of the ring and giving a few fans a hi-five as well.
Michael Cole: I’m not sure that would be considered social distancing but Buddy Guy seems very excited to have eliminated Myles. But remember folks this match isn’t over…
Buddy Guy slides back into the ring and climbs the turnbuckle and raises his hands in the air over the victory. He jumps back down when all of a sudden Daniel Slaine hits him with the KTFO! Daniel Slaine covers him now…
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall…Daniel Slaine!
Jerry Lawler: That match didn’t take very long did it?
Michael Cole: I think both Brett Myles and Buddy Guy came unprepared for tonights match and it allowed Daniel Slaine to get the victory tonight. Though perhaps that’s why he is the United States Champion.
Daniel Slaine goes to exit the ring when suddenly the titantron lights up and a video begins playing. We see Ashley Blade stretching for her match later tonight when suddenly Kyle Mehr walks up to her with a smile.
Kyle Mehr: Hey Ashley. I don’t mean to bother you but I just wanted to wish you luck in your match tonight.
Ashley Blade: Ummm thanks?
Kyle Mehr: Look, I know that me and Daniel have had our back and forth with the United States Championship. But that doesn’t mean I can’t recognize talent and it’s clear that you deserve that World Title. Heck, maybe one day I’ll get a shot that title.
Ashley Blade: Maybe you will. But thanks and…. good job on your win tonight.
Kyle Mehr: I’ll see you around Ashley it was nice meeting you and believe me when I say the pleasure was all mine.
Kyle takes Ashley’s hand and kisses it before walking off. Ashley looks confused by what just happened and we now go back to ringside where Daniel Slaine looks confused himself and also a bit unhappy as we head to a commercial break…
:: COMMERCIAL BREAK ::
We return once again from commercial break with our next schedule match…
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On her way to the ring first, she hails from Hartford Connecticut…. Caitline McMahon!
Bad to the Bones play on the PA system as Caitline McMahon walks toward the ring with a mad look on her face. Caitline walks down the ramp and slides into the ring as she heads to her corner.
Michael Buffer: And the opponent, she hails from Joliet, Montana….The Montana Madpony….Sheena Montgomery!
“Drinking My Baby Goodbye” by the Charlie Daniels band begins playing over the PA system. Sheena then walks out, strutting, whirling, and twirling just totally into it as she makes her way down to the ring, stopping nearest the guardrail by the steps. She lets a fan, often a child, give her a quick good luck peck on the cheek, which she returns before shooting up the stairs and hopping over the ropes. She climbs the turnbuckle and once on top of it, she turns her hands into six shooters firing off towards the crowd before blowing them out and hopping down.
Caitline McMahon Vs Sheena Montgomery
The bell sounds and this one should be a lot of fun. The two ladies tie up and Caitline McMahon locks Sheena Montgomery into a headlock to start things off. Sheena tries to position out of it and eventually pushes Caitline into the ropes. Sheena goes for a clothline on the return but Caitline ducks it. Caitline McMahon grabs Sheena by the hair, yanking her backwards and slaming her onto the mat. Caitline leans down and slaps Sheena across the face. Sheena responds by lifting a leg up and kicking Caitline in the head. Sheena to her feet and she delivers a spear that sends them both down. Sheena Montgomery grabs the head of Caitline and begins pounding it into the mat. Sheena eventually legs go and Caitline escapes to the outside to recover.
Michael Cole: Earlier tonight we saw a crowning of a new Evolution champion. This contest is a non-title match but a win for Caitline would certainly mean a future title shot.
Jerry Lawler: I think you’re right about that Cole and in the back of her mind Caitline probably knows it too.
Caitline McMahon climbs onto the apron but she’s taking her time. Sheena tries to grabs Caitline but Caitline blocks it and instead yanks Sheena’s head down onto the top rope and sends her backwards. Caitline enters the ring now and waits for Sheena to get up. Caitline hits her with a superkick and goes for the cover now…
Kickout at two and Caitline McMahon is playing this match perfectly. She grabs the legs of Sheena and locks her into a figure-four. Sheena looks to be in pain as Caitline tightens the hold. Sheena sits up and tries breaking free but Caitline begins punching at her knee and applying more pressure. Sheena is laying on her back and the referee begins a pinfall but Sheena sits up right away. Sheena lifts up her arm and tries shifting the balance. Caitline extends her arm as well as the two battle it out on the ground. Eventually Sheena is able to push her body around and the figure-four is reversed on Caitline now who screams in pain. Eventually the submission is broken up and Sheena looks to gain momentum. Sheena Montgomery picks up Caitline and sends her into the ropes. She follows it up with a splash and then a bulldog. Sheena waits for Caitline to get up and then hits her with a hurricarna that sends Caitline flying. Sheena quickly attempts a cover…
No! Only a two count. Sheena brings Caitline towards the turnbuckle and nails her with a scoop slam. Sheena Montgomery climbs the turnbuckle now and leaps off with a moonsault. Nobody is home though as Caitline has rolled out of the way. Caitline quickly grabs Sheena and hits her a her finishing Piledriver! Cover…
JBL: Did she kick out of that? How the hell did she kick out of that?!
Sheena kicks out at the last second indeed and Caitline can’t believe it. Caitline McMahon gets up and begins to argue with the referee. As she does Sheena rolls her up with a schoolboy cover…
No! Kickout at the last second. Both superstars get to their feet and begin nailing each other with punches. Caitline kicks Sheena in the midsection and then nails her with an uppercut. Caitline grabs a dazed Sheena and picks her up for a suplex. Sheena Montgomery counters the move and hits her with a german suplex. The fans begin rallying behind Sheena who stalks her opponent. She waits for Caitline to get up and then hits her with the Last Call! out of nowhere. Cover for Sheena and could this be it?
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall… Sheena Montgomery!
Michael Cole: A strong victory by Sheean Montgomery and the super friends are 2 for 2 here tonight.
JBL: Would you stop calling them that!
Michael Cole: It’s what they call themselves. A nickname given to them by Sheena and it seems to be catching on with the XWF Universe.
Jerry Lawler: Come on JBL, they’re just trying to have some fun.
JBL: This is professional wrestling, there is no time for fun!
Michael Cole: Well I hate to break it to you, we’re about to have a lot of fun with our next match. The XWF World title is on the line tonight and this time Ashley puts her title on the line against Brandon Draven…
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and is for the XWF Championship! On his way to the ring first, the challenger. From Hunting Beach,California. The Avenger…. Brandon Draven!
“Burn” By the Cure blasts across the PA system. The lights dim and Brandon Draven slowly walks onto the stage. He heads down the ramp and gets into the ring.
Michael Buffer: And his opponent, hailing from New York, NY. She is the Reigning and Defending World Heavyweight Champion…. Ashley Blade!
“Hell Yeah” by Rev Theory hits the PA system next as Ashley Blade walks onto the stage. She has determination in her eyes and seems more ready for the match as she heads to the ring.
Brandon Draven Vs Ashley Blade (World Title Match)
The bell sounds and Brandon Draven makes the first move, diving in. Ashley is prepared, getting him in a headlock. Ashley positions herself by replanting her feet. Draven uses his shoulder to push Ashley into the ropes. Once there, he throws her in, escaping from the headlock. Ashley comes back only to give Draven a shoulder block.
Michael Cole: There are few more prepared for every match than Ashley Blade. There’s a reason she’s the World Champion once again.
JBL: And that title reign can quicly come to an end if Ashley keeps defending the title like this.
Ashley Blade looks at Draven, who is laying flat on his back. Ashley drops back and hits the ropes, running full speed at Draven. Draven rolls over, making Ashley jump over. Draven springs up prepared as Ashley comes full speed. Draven jumps over Ashley as she ducks. Brandon Draven turns around, only to find a vicious clothesline from Ashley. The contact between Draven’s head and the mat is loud, and the crowd let’s him know it. Draven is holding his head rolling around in the ring. Ashley Blade grabs him by the hair and pulls him up. She delivers a European uppercut that knocks Draven down. Ashley grabs Draven’s left leg and puts it in a crab. Draven begins to shout in pain. He is trying to move as fast as he can to get to the ropes, but Ashley won’t let him.
Michael Cole: A crab by Ashley could be deadly. We don’t always see her use submission moves but when she does they are effective.
Jerry Lawler: Ashley showing that she can win a match any way she wants. Lets see if its too early to put Draven away though.
Finally, Draven makes it within inches of the ropes. He reaches with all he has, but is just a few inches away. The ref positions himself for a better view to see if he will tap out. While not looking, Ashley grabs a hold of a top rope, and uses it as leverage. Draven finally gets out of the hold though as Ashley exits from the ring. Ashley Blade tries dragging Draven outside the ring but Draven kicks with his feet and pushes Ashley into the guard rail. Brandon back to his feet and he rushes to the ropes, leaping outside the ring with a suicide dive. Draven picks up Ashley and tosses her into the ring. Draven climbs the turnbuckle now and leaps off with a missle dropkick as soon as Ashley gets to her feet. Brandon Draven stalking now in the corner, watching Ashley slowly get up. Draven is already charging full speed at Ashley, hitting her with a spear into the corner. Brandon Draven springs up, and dropkicks her in the throat. He goes for the pin….
NO!! Ashley Blade kicks out. She is holding her throat due to the dropkick. Draven meanwhile is holding his head and pulling his hair in disbelief. Draven stands back, and waits for Ashley to get up. After a moment, the crowd and arena is pumped and Ashley wobbly. Draven kicks Ashley in the mid section, and delivers an even flow DDT. Draven bounces up, and points to the top rope. Ashley Blade is laid out cold a little bit before middle in the ring. Brandon Draven runs full speed and jumps to the top rope. He looks around the arena and raises his arm. . He jumps forward, ready to deliver an elbow drop. At the last possible moment, Ashley rolls over and lets Draven hit the floor. His elbow bounces over his head, and we can see Draven instantly grimace at the pain.
JBL: Come on Draven, you need to focus!
The crowd cheers. Ashley gets up, pissed off. She starts stomping away at Draven. She lifts him up by the hair, and kicks him in the stomach. Ashley proceeds to set up for the Blade Cutter! Ashley delivers her finisher and proceeds to pin….
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match and STILL World Champion Ashley Blade!
The bell sounds and this one is over. The referee goes over and hands Ashley Blade the title as she slowly gets to her feet.
Michael Cole: A strong performance by the always fighting champion Ashley Blade and she once again shows why she’s the champ.
Jerry Lawler: It’s one thing to be a champion, its another to defend it and so far Ashley has two successful title defenses in a row.
Brandon Draven slowly gets to his feet and Ashley Blade walks over to him. She says a few words to him and then sticks out her hand. Brandon Draven looks down at it and eventually shakes her hand back. The two exchange a few more words before Draven lifts up her arm.
Michael Cole: A great fight tonight and an even better display of sportsmanship by both competitors.
JBL: This makes me sick to my stomach…
Michael Cole: Folks we have seen a great night of wrestling and I have no doubts that our Main Event is going to be just as good if not better. The Union is in action next. Its Tag Team action in just a few minutes….
Michael Buffer: The following contest is a tag team match is your Main Event of the evening. On their way to the ring first. They are the team of Jackson Bryant and Mike DImter. The Union!
The Union theme music blasts as both Jackson and Dimter make their way onto the stage. The fans boo loudly as the two head down the ramp and enter the ring.
Michael Buffer: And their opponents they are the team of The Enforcer, and making his XWF Debut, Vin Halsted!
“Hail to the King” by Avenged Sevenfold blasts as Vin Halsted’s music blasts across the arena. He is joined by Enforcer as the two look comfortable with each other as a team and even more ready to fight in the Main Event. They head down the ramp and into the ring.
Vin Halsted & Enforcer Vs Mike Dimter & Jackson Bryant
The bell sounds and here we go. Vin Halsted will start things off and Mike Dimter will start for his team. Dimter ducks a clothesline and lays in with a couple of shots on Halsted before hitting a nice back drop that sends him to the outside. Enforcer is in and he eats a dropkick from Dimter, and Jackson tags in, getting in a couple of good shots of his own. Halsted pulls Enforcer from the ring for a regrouping session.
Michael Cole: A great early start for The Union and you have to believe this match is going to be important to them.
JBL: Jackson and Dimter is an unusual team but I know for a fact that Michael Everett has talked to them about how important it is for them to win this match and advance to the next round.
The fight heads out to the floor with everyone squaring off. Jackson eventually heads back into the ring, followed by Enforcer. Jackson catches Enforcer with a couple of right hands before hitting a nice clothesline. Dimter tags in and they hit double fists to the gut of Enforcer. Enforcer comes back with a knee to the gut before tagging in Halsted. Halsted chokes Dimter with his boot, then runs right into a high hip shot. Dimter stomps away at Halsted in the corner before picking him up and blasting him with a big right hand. Dimter continues to stomp away at Halsted, but he’s caught with an STO into the middle turnbuckle. Enforcer tags in and hits a giant shoulderblock and heres a cover from the newcomer…
Enforcer tags in Halsted. Dimter fights up to his feet, and he tries to fight out of the corner, but Halsted won’t let him out. Halsted catches Dimter in a tree of woe and kicks away at him. Halsted runs into a kick to the face from Dimter. Dimter heads to the top and hits a moonsault press on top of Halsted. Dimter crawls to the corner and tags Jackson who comes in with a couple of clotheslines, and a big right hand to Enforcer. Jackson hits an atomic drop, then hits Enforcer with a series of right hands in the corner. Enforcer misses a splash in the corner, and Jackson hits a giant crossbody and a pin attempt….
Michael Cole: Jackson coming in hot. He’s been in and out of the ring for the past couple of weeks but he looks to be better than ever.
Jackson Bryant attempts a flying crossbody but misses and ends up on the floor. Halsted heads out after him, sending him into the apron and barricade. Jackson makes it back into the ring at 9, and Halsted goes right for the pin…..
Vin Halsted hits a kick to the side of the head, then backs Jackson into his own corner, tagging in Enforcer. Enforcer clamps Jackson into a rear chin lock, grapevining his legs around Jackson’s body. Jackson fights up to his feet and out of the hold, but he runs into a back elbow and a giant clothesline from Enforcer. Halsted tags back into the match and comes in with a slingshot senton to Jackson. Halsted goes right into a rear chin lock. Halsted has the arm of Jackson, but it’s not enough as Jackson fights to his feet. Halsted goes for a dropkick but misses. Jackson misses an elbow drop. Enforcer tags in and stops Jackson, sending him into the corner. Jackson catches him with a big boot, then he gets Halsted with a giant powerslam. Jackson makes the tag to Dimter, and Dimter comes in with a springboard dropkick. Mike Dimter clotheslines Halsted before hanging him up on the Ropes and hitting a kick to the chest. Dimter hits Halsted with his finisher, Liberty Bell! and sends Enforcer from the ring. Dimter quickly going for a cover…
NO! Halsted kicks out at the last second. Dimter runs into a big elbow from Halsted in the corner. Halsted is on the top turnbuckle and Dimter hits the muscle buster. Dimter pins Halsted, but it’s broken up by Enforcer. Jackson Bryant back into the ring and he clothlines Enforcer over the top rope. Jackson Bryant leaps with a suicide dive onto the outside as both men are taken out. Back inside the ring Mike Dimter grabs Halsted but Vin Halsted puts Dimter into the CTFO out of nowhere! It’s a submission hold he’s made famous and Dimter is in trouble. Jackson tries climbing back into the ring but Enforcer is grabbing him by the leg. Dimter has no choice but to tap out and this match is over.
Michael Buffer: Your Winners of the Match by Submission….Vin Halsted and Enforcer!
Vin Halsted quickly exits from the ring and celebrates the victory with Enforcer. Meanwhile we see Michael Everett rushing out to ringside as he checks on Jackson Bryant and then on Mike Dimter. Michael doesn’t look happy but there’s not much he can do.
Michael Cole: Enforcer and Vin Halsted are one step closer to the tag team championships and an impressive win here tonight.
Jerry Lawler: Perhaps the unknown of Vin Halsted gave them an advantage in this match.
Michael Cole: The road to Anarchy continues and I cant wait to see how it unfolds. Thank you for joining us tonight and we will see you back next week for another edition of Inferno!