XWF Inferno is live with a sold out crowd here tonight. A video package plays and highlights some of the big moments of the Anarchy PPV including Daniel Slaine retaining his World Title and Ashley Blade defeating Michael Everett in the Main Event. It also shows that return of Kevin Kronic and Stephanie Forcer. Once the video concludes the camera pans around Bankers Life Fieldhouse and then heads down to commentary.
Michael Cole: Hello Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to Sunday Night Inferno. I’m Michael Cole and with me as always are my broadcast partners John “Bradshaw” Layfield and Jerry “The King” Lawler.
Jerry Lawler: A new beginning for XWF with Kevin Kronic and Stephanie Forcer back in charge of the company.
Michael Cole: It’s amazing how one night can change the landscape of professional wrestling forever. But that’s exactly what we saw at Anarchy. Tonight is the first night of a new beginning and we are starting off with some action right away.
JBL: Sheena is looking to beat Alex Calaway and end her streak.
“Left Behind” by Dale Oliver & Kenneth Nixon blasts throughout the area as “The Forgotten One” Sabrina Rossi walks out on to stage then she walks down the ramp and she walks around the ring and walks over to the annouce booth.
Michael Cole: And here comes Sabrina Rossi, not part of this match. And you have to wonder what brings her out here.
Sabrina Rossi sits down next to Jerry Lawler and puts on the headset she is handed.
Sabrina Rossi: Hello boys….I’m out here to watch a match. What’s it to you?
Michael Cole: You’re allowed to be out here, but don’t you find it a bit ironic that you’re out here during Sheena’s match?
Sabrina Rossi: I’m out here to scout the competition Michael.
JBL: People do this all the time, why do you always think the worst of people?
MIchael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On her way to the ring first….Alex Calaway!
“Unholy Confessions” by Avenged Sevenfold blasts throughout the arena as Alex Calaway walks down the ramp. She limbs into the ring and starts to pace back and forth as she awaits her opponent.
Michael Buffer: And his 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.
Alex Calaway Vs Sheena Montgomery
The bell sounds and this match is underway. The two circle around the ring and eventually tie up. Sheena Montgomery gets Alex Calaway in a headlock to start things off. Alex takes Sheena and pushes her off into the ropes. Alex follows up with a dropkick and Sheena falls to the ground. Alex Calaway climbs on to the rope and nails a elbow drop on to Sheena. Calaway slowly picks up Sheena but Sheena begins fighting back and nails Calaway with a few stiff elbows followed by a hard elbow that sends Calaway into the corner.
Michael Cole: What a match this has been so far
Sabrina Rossi: I dont know about you guys but I think i should make this more interesting…
Michael Cole: Sabrina, what does that mean?
Sheeena Montgomery goes for a powerbomb but Alex counters into a sunset flip powerbomb and goes right for a pinfall attempt.
Sheena Montgomery kicks out and Alex looks at the ref in disblief. Suddenly Sabrina Rossi stands up and takes her headset off. She walks over to the ring and catches the referees attention. the two begin arguing and as they do Sheena nails a DDT and goes for a cover…
Jerry Lawler: Sabrina is distracting the ref as Sheena is trying to pin Alex.
Sheena Montgomery gets up and starts to argue with the referee and Sabrina. Sabrina simply gives off a smile and begins to walk away from the ring. As she does we see Alex Calaway get up and rolls up Sheena out of nowhere….
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall…….Alex Calaway!
Jerry Lawler: You had to know why Sabrina was really out here. This was planned from the very beginning and Sheena has a right to be upset.
Upset is an understatement for Sheena Montgomery as she begins brawling in the middle of the ring with Sabrina Rossi. Security run down to try to intervene but both women beat them up. Sheena tosses a security guard out of the ring and nails another with a superkick. She turns around but Sabrina is right there and nails her with Greetings From Brooklyn! The fans boo loudly as Sabrina hovers over her and begins to yell at Sheena. Sabrina is yelling at Sheena when…
Back in Black blasts and the fans turn to see why Michael Everett is coming out to the stage but instead Nikki Everett comes running out. She wastes no time and runs down the ramp and slides into the ring and running right to Rossi who is heading to the side ropes trying to get out. Nikki grabs her by her shorts and pulls her back into the ring and spins her around and slaps her across the face then elbows her hard onn the side of the head sending her reeling backwards. Nikki stands there, panting looking aggrivated. She scoops up the mic and looks around.
Nikki: Who the hell do you think you are? You are here three months…have had what? Three matches and you are out here going after the knockouts champion? Are you for real? Listen to me sweet heart and listen good cause i don’t repeat myself. That title….IS MINE! I already had this discussion with the so called owners of the company and they agree…my rematch clause is in tact and I’m cashing it in so get your ass out of MY RING!!
She turns and looks at Sheena who is now standing up facing Nikki looking very pissed off.
Nikki: You wanna go calamity jane? Cause I can. But I suggest you hold off that pent up aggression until Redemption because you are going to need it sunshine cause I’m coming back for my title.
Nikki drops the mic and exits the ring grinning as she walks up the ramp.
Michael Cole: A message has been sent loud and clear to Sheena and it appears that Sabrina Rossi is not just interested in that womens title. She’s interested in making Sheena’s life hell until she gets it. But now we throw in Nikki Everett and i’m sure Sabrina isnt happy about how this all unfolded here tonight.
JBL: Michael Everett is in the back im sure grinning from ear to ear.
Jerry Lawler. But what happens with Sabrina?
JBL: She waits her turn like every newbie on the block and if she dont get it then there is the door.
Michael Cole: Its not how anyone thought this night would start but XWF is all about unpredictability. It’s the anything goes nature that makes Inferno “Must Watch” every single Sunday night. But fans speaking of ‘Must Watch’ our World Champion is in action next.
JBL: Could you kiss his ass any more?
Michael Cole: I think Slaine deserves respect, especially after a hard victory at Anarchy. He’s shown to be almost unbeatable in this company.
Jerry Lawler: That could change at any time though Michael. Everyone is beatable and if Slaine takes any match for granted he could fall victim to success.
Michael Cole: And that’s exactly what Brett Myles hopes will happen in our next match. Folks lets take you down to the ring for our next match of the night…
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. on his way to the ring first, weighing in at two hundred and five pounds…. Brett Myles!
“One Crazed Anarchist” blasts across the arena. We see Brett Myles walking onto the stage and the camera then pans around the arena. Brett walks down the ramp and heads into the ring as he prepares for the match.
Michael Buffer: And his opponent, he is the reigning and defending XWF Heavyweight Champion of the World…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.
Brett Myles Vs Daniel Slaine
The bell sounds and our match is underway. Brett Myles charges after Daniel Slaine and Slaine lifts him up onto his shoulders. Slaine nails a KTFO and goes for a cover….
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall….Daniel Slaine!
JBL: What?! You’ve got to be kidding me right now…
Michael Cole: I don’t think Myles thought that would happen in a million years. He got aggresive in this match and wasn’t paying attention. Slaine took advantage and picked up the victory.
Jerry Lawler: A hard lesson to learn for a young competitor like Myles.
Daniel Slaine is handed the World Title and goes to exit the ring. He stops himself and looks over at Brett Myles who is clearly angry. Slaine walks over to him and extends his hand, feeling bad for the kid. Myles goes to shake Slaine’s hand back but instead he slaps Slaine across the face. “Screw you bitch!” we can hear Myles saying. Big mistake though as Daniel Slaine picks up Myles once again and nails him with another KTFO! This one leaves Myles out cold in the middle of the ring. The fans cheer loudly as Slaine holds up his title belt and we head to a commercial break…
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We return from commercial break with Danielle and Victoria Scott already inside the ring. Their handicapped match is up next as we see introductions already on their way.
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On her way to the ring, she hails from Houston, Texas and she is a former Knockouts Champion…Taylor Matthews!
Fighter by Christina Aguilera begins to play and out walks Taylor Matthews. She gets a strong reaction from the crowd as she walks down the entrance ramp and slaps a few fans hands. Taylor walks up the steel steps and climbs up the turnbuckle, raising her arms high in the air. Taylor jumps down and heads to her corner.
Michael Cole: The rules for this match are simple. If either Victoria or Danielle get the pinfall, they get a shot at Taylor for her Evolutions Championship.
Victoria & Danielle Scott Vs Taylor Matthews
The bell sounds and our next match is underway. Victoria and Danielle Scott get the jump on Taylor Matthews early and work her into the corner. They take turns delivering stiff kicks to the midsection as Taylor falls to the mat. Danielle picks up Taylor and irish whips her to the opposite side of the ring. Victoria charges at her and nails a big splash in the corner. Victoria then irish whips Taylor out to the middle of the ring and Danielle nails her with a big clothline and then a cover…
Kickout at one as Taylor tries getting back to her feet. Danielle Scott helps her up and nails her with a suplex. Victoria climbs the turnbuckle and leaps off with an elbow drop. At the same time Danielle nails a standing elbow drop and both elbows connect on Taylor. Danielle Scott picks Taylor up now but Taylor begins fighting back. She delivers a punch to Danielle and then one to Taylor. We see Taylor Matthews clothline Victoria out of the ring but Danielle is right there and hits her with a russian leg sweep before going for another cover…
Michael Cole: Great teamwork thus far and this match might be tougher than Taylor realized it would be.
JBL: She was an idiot for requesting this match. What was she thinking?!
Jerry Lawler: Taylor is a fighter JBL, she wanted a challenge and now she’s got one.
Victoria Scott gets back inside the ring and begins choking out Taylor. The referee breaks it up and begins yelling at her. While the refs back is turned we see Danielle start to choke Taylor and breaks the hold right as the referee is turning back around. Danielle Scott picks up Taylor and hits her with a belly-to-belly suplex. Danielle with another cover…
Michael Cole: Another kickout and I think what’s helping this team is the fact that they arn’t fighting over who gets the title shot. Victoria made it clear she wants the US title which means Danielle Scott is making all the pin attempts. If she wins she gets a shot at Taylor.
Danielle starting to get a bit frustrated as she picks up Taylor and sends her to the ropes. Victoria and Danielle lock arms and try for a double clothline. Taylor ducks it though and continues off the ropes. They turn around and Taylor nails them with a double clothline instead. Taylor now tries for a cover on Victoria…
Kickout at two and Taylor goes over to Danielle and tries for a cover…
Taylor Matthews tosses Danielle out of the ring and focuses on Victoria. Taylor locks in a boston crab on Victoria in the middle of the ring. She applies the pressure but eventually releases it when Danielle gets back into the ring. Danielle swings and misses as Taylor kicks her in the midsection and sends her into the corner. Taylor picks up Victoria and irish whips her into the corner. Victoria puts on the breaks and stop herself from running into Danielle. But Taylor delivers a dropkick to her back and pushes them into each other anyway. Taylor Matthews grabs Danielle and hits her wih the Matthews Effect!
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall….Taylor Matthews!
Jerry Lawler: How about that for an upset victory?
Michael Cole: Would you call it an upset? I know it was a handicapped match but Taylor is one of the best to have ever come to XWF.
JBL: It was a lucky win on a lucky night.
Michael Cole: If I’m Danielle and Victoria, I might be feeling unlucky tonight. However I’m being told that Victoria Scott will be given a shot at the US title next week on Inferno. It appears Jackson Bryant heard her challenge and demanded a match with her.
JBL: Now that’s a fighting champion.
Michael Cole: Of course you’d feel that way about him. Just like I’m sure you’ll feel the same way about the next match to compete tonight. Michael Everett in the Main Event of the evening. Lets take you back down to Michael Buffer with the call…
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On his way to the ring first, hailing from New York, NY…He is the first ever XWF World Champion…Michael Everett!
“Back In Black” by AC/DC begins to play as Michael Everett walks out onto the stage along with Nikki. The fans boo them loudly as they walk down the ramp. Michael goes 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 and Nikki walk up the steel steps and get into the ring.
Michael Buffer: And the opponent, he hails from Douglasville, Georgia, weighing in at two hundred and fifteen pounds….Brandon Young!
Pretty Fly for a white guy by Offspring starts to play as Brandon Young comes out flanked by his posse of homies. Kyle, Franco, Leo, and Willie. They all pat Brandon on the back as they make their way to the ring. Brandon hops up on the apron hitting his chest with his fist. He climbs into the ring between the ropes.
Michael Everett Vs Brandon Young
The bell sounds and this match is offically underway. Brandon Young takes Michael Everett down to the mat and applies a headlock in the early goings. The two struggle for position and Michael eventually is able to break himself free. Everett avoids Young as much as possible, staying close to the ropes. Everett works Young down to the mat, working on his arm and floating into a hammerlock. Michael Everett transitions into a head lock, and hits Young with a big shoulder block when he’s thrown off. Michael begins yelling at BY, reminding him that he’s the first ever world champion. However Brandon Young nails a few shots to the midsection and nails a dropkick as well. Young hits a snap mare and drops a series of big elbows before going for a cover….
Only a one count and Young now clotheslines Everett over the top rope, tumbling to the outside himself. Young grabs Michael by the head and slams it onto the apron before bringing things back inside the ring. Young starts pounding on Everett in the corner but Michael turns things around and slams Young face first into the turnbuckle. BY and Everett continue to trade chops and rights until Everett hits a big Alabama type slam to Brandon Young to stop his momentum. Everett shoves Young’s face into the canvas and traps him in another rear chin lock. Young fights to his feet and Michael Everett brings things right back down to the mat. Young sits up, but refuses to quit, even when Everett turns it into a straight jacket style chin lock. Young fights to his feet and out of the hold, rolling Everett up for a cover…
Michael Cole: A couple of covers early in the match for Young and you have to wonder if he has the upperhand in this match. It’s been a while since Michael has been in the ring.
JBL: Are you questioning the talent of Michael? He is the first ever World Champion. He is a multi-time World Champion. Being in that ring is like riding a bike, you don’t forget it!
Brandon Young hits a suplex and hits Everett with an elbow. Young goes to the top but suddely we see Nikki climb up onto the apron. The referee quickly goes over to her and orders her down but the distraction allows for Everett to stop Young and hit him with a superplex.
Jerry Lawler: And perhaps now we see why Michael wanted Nikki back at ringside. This is an obvious advantage for him tonight.
Brandon Young and Michael begin to get back to their feet at the same time. Young throws a stiff right and Michael returns with one of his own. Back to their feet, Michael nails a couple more stiff hands and irish whips Young into the turnbuckle. He charges at him and nails him with a big clothline. Young looks a bit wobbly and Michael Everett dives at his knees and takes him off his feet. Everett nails a couple of kicks to the legs before grabbing them and locking in the TCO Sharpshooter. He applies the pressure, looking to get Young to submit. However, Young is too close to the ropes and is able to get a hand on them in just a matter of minutes as Michael is forced to break the hold. MIchael Everett grabs Brandon Young and tosses him outside the ring. Michael follows after him, grabbing him and tossing him into the announcers table. Michael picks him right back up and tosses him into the steel steps now. Michael rolls back into the ring and talks to the referee for a couple seconds. As he does we see Nikki outside and she kicks BY in the midsection. Michael rolls back outside the ring and rolls Young back in. Everett grabs his legs and wraps them around the turnbuckle. Everett has BY in an outside sharpshooter, similar to what you might see Bret Hart do back in the day. The referee yells for Everett to break the hold and he finally does. Michael then goes for a quick cover…
Kickout at two. Michael Everett slowly grabs BY but Young nails a jawbreaker and then hits him with an enizguri. Brandon Young with a cover out of nowhere….
Kickout at two once again. Brandon Young starting to feel himself and he’s calling for the Disrespectful Youngster! He picks up Michael but Michael Everett sweeps his legs and then locks him into the TCO in the middle of the ring. Young tries crawling to the ropes but Michael drags him back in to the center of the ring. At this point he had no choice but to tap out and this match is going to be over.
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Submission….Michael Everett!
We see Nikki quickly enter into the ring as she celebrates with Michael. The two exit from the ring and walk up the steps as the fans boo loudly.
Michael Cole: No longer in charge of XWF it appears that Nikki and Michael are putting their focus back in the ring and together they are still a dangerous force.
JBL: Big things are coming Michael, mark my words…