The scene opens up to a sem-sold out crowd here tonight at the XWF Performance Center. It’s XWF Independence and the final PPV before Anarchy. The fans are on their feet, excited for a great show. We pan around the arena, before making our way to the commentary booth. Joined by the familiar trio who are here to break down all of the action.
Michael Cole: Welcome everyone to XWF Independence and what a show we have for you tonight. Multiple championships on the line tonight and a stacked card from top to bottom.
JBL: This has the makings of being one of XWF’s best card ever. There isn’t an easy matchup to be found and that should mean for some great wrestling.
Jerry Lawler: That includes our main event. A lot of people already counting out Mike Dimter but I have a feeling that 20202, as odd as its been, could be his year.
Michael Cole: We will discuss this card throughout the show but our first match tonight is a Triple Threat Match. Caitline McMahon takes on Justice Orton-Cross and Cassandra Marx. It should be a interesting contest.
JBL: Enough with the yacking, Micheal! Let’s get to the action!
Michael Cole: Sounds good, take it away Micheal Buffer!
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On her way to the ring first…. 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. She climbs into the ring and heads to her side of the ring.
Michael Buffer: On her way to the ring next, 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: On her way to the ring last, she hails from Astoria Oregon…. 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.
Just as the match is about to begin….
“Left Behind” by Dale Oliver and Kenneth Nixon blasts throughout the arena as Sabrina Rossi starts to slowly walk out through the curtain.
Michael Cole: Looks like the Evo Champion herself wants to get a ringside view at her 3 possible next contenders.
Sabrina Rossi walks down the ramp and she goes to the ringside area and takes a seat. She places the XWF Evo Title on her lap.
Michael Cole: Well the champ is ready for action and so are we, lets get it going.
Justice Cross Vs Caitline McMahon Vs Cassandra Marx
Caitline McMahon gets things going when she knocks down Justice Cross with a clothesline. Cassandra Marx then enters the equation and picks up Justice and drags her towards the near turnbuckle, Cassandra climbs to the top rope. Cassandra looks down at Cross before launching herself into a BIG splash, but Cross rolls over and Cassandra misses and crashes to the mat. Caitline McMahon then comes over and lifts Cross up and whips her to the ropes. Caitline McMahon waits for Cross to return and when she does Caitline McMahon clotheslines Justice down to the mat. Cassandra then spears Caitline McMahon in her back, Cassandra then picks up Caitline McMahon and throws a forearm into her face, then another, backing her into the ropes. Cassandra Marx then whips Caitline against the ropes and backdrops Caitline to the mat on the return. Caitline holds her back as both Cross and Cassandra pick up Caitline and whip her to the ropes, Cassandra and Cross then link hands for a double clothesline, but Caitline ducks it! Caitline McMahon then comes off the ropes and knocks down both Cassandra Marx and Cross with his own clothesline.
Michael Cole: Caitline is seemingly turning the tide here.
JBL: How is she turning the tide, it’s like 30 seconds into the match!
Michael Cole: Good point, bad choice of words, how about Caitline is gaining some momentum on the early going!
Caitline McMahon picks up Justice Cross and then whips her to the corner and follows with a splash, Caitline then bulldogs Cross out of the corner and down to the mat. Cassandra Marx then grabs Caitline, spins her around and Caitline and Cassandra begin to trade lefts and rights before Cassandra whips Caitline into the corner and Cassandra drills Caitline with a violent clothesline. Cassandra then lays in the kicks to Caitline; Cassandra then lifts Caitline McMahon to her knees. Cassandra Marx then delivers a left hand as Caitline lays on the mat. Cassandra picks up Caitline and delivers a kick to Caitline’s gut; Cross then grabs Cassandra Marx, spins her around, but Cassandra on reflex responds with a jab at Cross’s eyes, Cassandra then quickly grabs Cross and plants her in the center of the ring with a DDT. Cassandra then follows it up with a cover…One…Two…Kickout by Cross who gets to her feet, only to have Cassandra Marx throw a punch but Cross ducks the punch and Justice Cross hits Cassandra with a reverse atomic drop. Cassandra gets back up almost immediately but a dropkick from Cross to the knee of Cassandra drops her back to the mat. Cross slowly works on applying pressure with a single leg crab as she slaps at Cassandra who is lying on the mat. Cross is screaming I want Sabrina! before letting go of the single leg crab, Cross then picks up Cassandra and body presses Cassandra Marx into the air and drops Cassandra onto the top rope!
JBL: Here we go, now here comes the fun!
Justice Cross lets Cassandra get up and when Cassandra gets up, Cross charges at Cassandra with a clothesline, which Cassandra ducks and connects with a dropkick to Justice sending her back against the ropes, Justice comes back from the ropes but Caitline comes out of nowhere and drills Justice with a big boot to the side of Justice’s face.
Another Kickout. Justice is getting up and now it’s Justice and Caitline McMahon who begin to trade lefts and rights before Cassandra comes into the scene and grabs Caitline and delivers a face buster to her. Cassandra Marx then kicks Justice in the gut and drops Justice with a Death Valley Driver. Cassandra then pulls Caitline to her knees. Cassandra then hits Caitline with a standing powerbomb. Cassandra walks a circle in the ring waiting for Caitline to crawl back toerfeet. Justice then gets behind Cassandra and kicks her in the back of her right knee, Cassandra then staggers forward and Justice delivers a bulldog to Cassandra Marx. Justice is waiting for Cassandra to get off the mat and when Cassandra Marx gets to her feet Justice begins to punch Cassandra repeatedly in the head. Caitline then quickly attempts to super kick but Justice ducks the kick, Justice then tries for a takeover suplex but Justice is not strong enough to lift Caitline McMahon. Justice then runs to the corner climbs to the second turnbuckle and hits Caitline with an elbow drop . Justice then gets back up again and executes a corkscrew leg drop on Caitline. Caitline stands back up but Justice Cross immediately takes Caitline down with a knee.
Justice however is not deterred as she grabs Caitline and sends Caitline into the ropes Justice waits and when Caitline McMahon returns Justice levels her with clothesline. Caitline McMahon gets back to her feet, Justice goes for a side bellytobelly duplex but Caitline McMahon wiggles loose, so Justice grabs Caitline McMahon again and tries for a shoulder breaker but Caitline get loose again, Caitline then goes to the top turnbuckle. Caitline jumps off the top turnbuckle and goes for forearm smash but Justice punches Caitline in her stomach. Justice then quickly executes a jawbreaker on Caitline. Caitline is back up again. Justice then quickly kicks Caitline in her stomach and grabs Caitline and applies an arm wrench. Justice Cross eventually drops the hold, but quickly drops down with a knee and hits Caitline direct in the small of her back. Cassandra then comes back into the equation by grabbing Justice. Cassandra tries for a back suplex but Justice swings her left leg back to get lose. Caitline then comes at Justice and tries for a cobra clutch suplex but Justice avoids it. So Caitline drills Justice with a back heel kick. Caitline McMahon then goes up to the top rope and connects with a picture perfect diving elbow smash to Justice. Justice however quickly gets up, Caitline is strutting for the crowd and has no clue that Justice Cross is up. Justice is behind Caitline; Justice drills Caitline with an exploder suplex.
JBL: Exactly what I am talking about, pose for the morons in the building, you get shown for the moron that you are.
Michael Cole: I can’t believe you are insulting our fans.
Cassandra then sneaks back in and hits Justice with a punch to the back of Justice’s head. Caitline then comes and tries to hit Cassandra Marx for a spinning backbreaker but Caitline is unable to lift Cassandra Marx. Cassandra Marx then tries for a Aztecan suplex but he also is unable to lift Caitline, Cassandra Marx then chuckles at Justice and then Cassandra nails Justice with a double ax smash. Caitline then measures Cassandra up and Caitline McMahon drills Cassandra with a closed fist. Justice then heads to the top rope and jumps off the top rope heading at a standing Caitline, but Justice barely hits Caitline with a shooting star press. But Caitline loses her balance and Justice then goes for the pin.
Michael COle: The referee counts. …1…Caitline escapes. Not connecting on all of that shooting star press allowed Caitline to kick out.
Caitline gets back up, Justice hits Caitline with a hard knife edged chop. Cassandra then tackles Justice and pummels her head with lefts and rights. Cassandra Marx then gets up and stomps Justice’s head. Cassandra then lifts Justice Cross to her feet and quickly hits her with a double under hook pile driver right into the mat. Caitline then jumps to the top rope and goes for a elbow drop and connects. However Cassandra kicks Caitline McMahon in head as she is trying to get up, she then goes for a schoolboy pin
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall……Cassandra Marx!
Sabrina Rossi then gets up and holds up the Evolution Championship while Cassandra does the belt around the waist motion.
Michael Cole: A strong win by Cassandra here tonight who has gotten the attention of Sabrina Rossi. But fans I’m being told some breaking news in my ear. Despite the loss tonight. I’m told that Cassandra will have to wait her turn at a title shot.
JBL: This is some great news!
Michael Cole: Justice Cross demanded a shot at Sabrina Rossi and it appears managment has approved the match. This, after the Union attacked Justice and Enforcer a few weeks ago. And that match will be an Evolution title match.
Jerry Lawler: And you are excited about this JBL? I thought you were pro Union?
JBL: Of course I am and Sabrina is going to shut up Justice Cross once and for all.
The camera pans off the commentary desk and we now see a video package for our next match. It features two up and coming superstars. One being Realm and the other being Triple X. It hightlights their past outside the company along with their couple of matches inside it. After the video finishes playing we head back down to the ring.
Michael Buffer: The following contest is a Triple Threat Match scheduled for one fall. On his way to the ring first, 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.
Michael Buffer: And his opponent, he hails from Phoenix, Arizona and also makes his debut tonight….. Realm!
The arena goes completely dark. Thunderstruck begins to play, and green neon search lights start shining all over the arena. Realm makes his way out and onto the ramp. He kneels down and lowers his head as if in prayer. Fog covers the ramp way. Realm makes his way slowly to the ring, and slides under the ropes. He finds a turnbuckle and sits down, awaiting.his opponent.
Triple X Vs Realm
The bell rings and Triple X wastes no time hitting Realm with a bunch of punches and backing him into the corner. Eventually he’s pushed away and hit with a big right hand by Realm. Realm hits Triple X with a series of rights before hitting a big suplex and trapping Triple X in a rear chin lock. Triple X fights to his feet and hits Realm with a bit head butt, but is caught with a huge backbreaker from his opponent. Realm kicks and stomps Triple X in the back before hitting him with a giant right to the side of the head. Realm whips Triple X into the corner hard and attacks him in the corner, burying his shoulder in Triple X’s midsection before hitting him with another big right. Realm hits Triple X with a big kick, but Triple X comes back and sweeps Realm’s legs out, taking him down to the mat. Triple X brings the fight to Realm with punches and kicks before grinding his elbow into Realm’s back, then hitting a dragon screw. Triple X hits Realm with an elbow drop before wrenching his head and neck. Triple X lets Realm stand and clamps on a headlock, tries to transition into a neckbreaker, and is pushed off into a big slam from Realm.
Michael Cole: A big oppertunity tonight. Both young superstars competing tonight in their first XWF PPV and its unfortunate that one of them has to lose.
JBL: Unfortunate? This is professional wrestling, there are no participation trophies. Someone will go home the winner and someone will go home the loser.
Realm catches Triple X with a big kick to the chest before heading to the top. Triple X stops Realm and attacks for a bit before being pushed away. Triple X ducks a flying clothesline from Realm and hits a flying elbow of his own and goes for a cover…
Kickout at two and Triple X goes right back at it as he locks in a modified dragon sleeper before dropping it and clamping on a sleeper hold. Realm stands with Triple X on his back and crushes him in the corner, but then he runs into a back elbow from Triple X. Triple X jumps from the middle rope and is caught with a fist to the gut from Realm. Realm wraps his hand around Triple X’s throat, but Triple X fights it off, only to eat a boot to the side of the head. Realm hits a low dropkick to a seated Triple X and goes for a pinfall attempt….
Once again we see a kickout. Realm argues it might of been three but the referee isn’t going to change his mind. Triple X fights back, trying for a sunset flip, but Realm pulls him to his feet. Triple X traps Realm in the ropes for a huge dropkick and another cover….
Michael Cole: A series of pinfalls, one after another as both men are trying to put this match away and get out of here with a victory.
Triple X teases going for Old School, but Realm yanks him down from the top rope, hits him with two big running splashes before connecting with a giant sidewalk slam. Realm heads to the top rope and goes for an elbow drop but nobody is home. Triple X quickly gets to his feet and nails Realm with a superkick that makes him loopy but somehow Realm is still standing. Not for long though as Triple X follows up with the Triple Driver! Cover now….
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall….Triple X!
Jerry Lawler: Wow that was an impressive win for that young man.
Michael Cole: Both men had a lot to prove tonight but Triple X proves to be the better man, at least for tonight. He takes a step forward in what should be a long career in the XWF.
JBL: I’d like to see that match again and see if the results change…
Michael Cole: I’m sure we will see that match again but folks right now I want to take you backstage where I’m being told Michael and Nikki Everett are with Renee Young…
We head backstage where Renee Young stands with a microphone in her hand. Across from her are Michael and Nikki.
Renee Young: Thank you Michael. Right now I’m joined by Michael and Nikki Everett and later tonight Michael you’ll face Enforcer in the ring. But you wont be alone because Nikki will not only be in your corner, she’ll be the guest referee.
Michael Everett: Tonight is about showing respect to the newebies of this company. Its about showing the world why I’m the best. All Nikki has to do is her job. Nothing more, nothing less.
Renee Young: So you’re not worried that people might thinking you’re cheating in this match?
Michael Everett: I don’t need to cheat and I don’t need Nikki’s help to win a match.
Renee Young: Nikki would you like to respo…
Before she can continue Michael cuts her off. He grabs Nikki by the hand and takes her away from the interview. We can see though that Nikki was paying close attention to Michael’s words and had something on her mind as we head back to the ring…
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 the opponent, she hails from Joliet, Montana. She is the Knockout Champoin. 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 (Knockout Title Match)
The two women circle each other a bit, sizing each other up. Both women draw close and lock up, pushing hard against each other. Alex leans back a bit and shoves hard, throwing Sheena to the mat. Alex Calaway then flexs a bit, showing off.
JBL: Looks like Alex came to play tonight. She’s been waiting all week for this match.
Sheena Montgomery pulls herself back up and goes right back for a lock up. Both women push again, but Sheena slips out of the lock up and underneath Alex’s arm. She runs off the ropes as Alex turns around, right into a fast flying leg lariat. Sheena stands up over the fallen Alex and flexs a bit herself. Alex looks angrily at Sheena as she gets up and runs at Sheena, who hits a drop toe hold. Sheena Montgomery stands up and hits a standing moonsault onto the back of Alex.
Michael Cole: Beautiful manuver.
Sheena rolls Alex over for a quick pin.
Alex Calaway shoves upwards to toss Sheena off of her. Sheena manages to land on her feet however and goes to run back off the ropes. As Alex stands back up, Sheena hits a running neck breaker onto Alex and follows it up with another quick pin.
Alex Calaway pushes Sheena off of her, not happy about how the proceedings are going. Sheena tries again to run off the ropes, but Alex is ready this time. She grabs Sheena Montgomery and launches her straight up into the air, causing Sheena to crash down to the mat onto her stomach.
JBL: Damn, did you see the height that Alex launched her?
Alex Calway pulls Sheena up and irish whips her into a turnbuckle, then runs in to follow up with a hard clothesline. Holding Sheena into place, she starts to throw elbow after elbow into the skull of Sheena, knocking her silly. Alex steps back and runs off of the ropes as Sheena stumbles out of the corner, right into body press jump from Alex. Alex Calaway starts to pound on Sheena Montgomery as the ref gives her the mandatory five count. Alex pulls herself off of Sheena, laughing at her.
JBL: You have to give Alex credit though, she realizes that Sheena is a very agile individual, so she has to use her power to keep Sheena grounded.
Sheena Montgomery starts to pull herself up off the mat, but Alex runs forward and hits a stiff kick to the side of the head. The referee yells at Alex for that, but he is ignored as Alex walks over to the fallen Sheena and starts to lift her up again. She pulls Sheena’s head in between her legs and grips her waist, setting up a powerbomb. Before Alex can hit the move, Sheena manages to stand up and hit a backbody drop. Alex starts to pull herself up, but Sheena comes running in and nails the Last Call! Here’s a cover….
Alex Calway kicks out hard. Sheena moves over to a turnbuckle and climbs up, waiting for Alex to get up. Alex slowly gets up, shaking her head a bit. She turns towards the turnbuckle right as Sheena leaps off with a crossbody…but Alex catches her. Alex lifts Sheena up and hits a hard backbreaker, but holds onto Sheena. She then lifts Sheena up again and hits another back breaker. For one last time, he lifts Sheena up and down into a final backbreaker. She then goes for a pin.
Alex Calaway looks down at Sheena and signals that it is over with. She pulls Sheena up and grabs her by the throat. Alex starts to lift Sheena up, but Sheena breaks the choke, leaps up, and hits a sick sounding enziguri on Alex. Both women drop but it’s Sheena Montgomery that starts to pull herself up very slowly, so tired at the moment. Meanwhile, Alex’s eyes finally open after that hard hit. Sheena crawls over towards the ropes to try and use them for leverage. Alex rolls over onto her stomach, holding her head with one hand as she pushes up with the other. Sheena pulls herself up to her feet using the ropes as Alex is kneeling on one knee, still holding her head. The two begin brawling a bit, throwing lefts and rights at each other. Alex soon gains the advantage, and goes for a big Clothesline. Sheena ducks and nails a Last Call!! She covers…..
Michael Buffer: Your Winner and STILL Knockouts Champion…… Sheena Montgomery!
Michael Cole: You heard the words from Michael Buffer. Sheena remains the Knockouts champion and that was a strong first title defense.
Jerry Lawler: Give Alex credit tonight, she knew this wasn’t going to be easy and she pushed Sheena to the limits.
Michael Cole: No doubt about it and there’s nothing to be ashamed of for Alex Calaway. Fans we are going to take a commercial break though. More great action to come after the break…
:: COMMERCIAL BREAK ::
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall. On his way to the ring first, he hails from Brooklyn NY and weighing in at two hundred and seventy-five pounds…. Enforcer!
Natural Born Killaz By Ice Cube and Dr. Dre starts playing gthroughout the arena. Smoke comes from the entrance way. As the smoke is clearing The Enforcer walks through the smoke and looks out at the crowd. Enforcer than walks down to the ring. He walks up the stairs on to the ring apron, looks out at the crowd and lifts his arms out to the side. Enforcer steps through the top and middle ropes. Enforcer walks over to the the opposite ring ropes and lifts his arms out to his side.
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.
Enforcer Vs Michael Everett (Special Guest Referee: Nikki Everett)
The bell sounds as this next match is underway. The two circle around the ring and tie up. It’s a test of strenght in the early goings as Enforcer backs Everett into the corner. He nails a few jabs to Michael’s midsection along with a few kicks. Enforcer 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 Enforcer and begins to choke him in the corner. Nikki begins the count and when she gets to four she grabs Michael and pushes him away from Enforcer. Michael looks a bit suprises as Nikki yells at him to listen to her count. Michael goes to Enforcer again but Enforcer nails him with a spear out of nowhere and goes for a cover…
Michael Cole: Michael Everett kicks out at two and one thing you’ll notice is Justice not being by Enforcers side tonight. I’m told she’s being checked on by our medical staff.
Jerry Lawler: She had a match earlier tonight and obviously as much as she wishes she could be at ringside her safety comes first.
Enforcer gets to his feet and picks up Michael. He sends him off into the ropes and when Everett comes back around Enforcer hits him with a spinebuster. Enforcer begins stalking him for the Death Penalty and looking to put this match away early. Everett gets up and Enforcer 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 Enforcer doesn’t listen as he slides out of the ring as well. Enforcer chases Michael around the ring and Michael slides back inside. Enforcer follows but Michael is right there to land an elbow drop. Michael waits for Enforcer 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..
Nikki Everett goes to count three but she stops herself. She notices Michael has his feet on the ropes and yells at him to knock it off. Michael yells back at her that she’s supposed to be on his side.
JBL: What is she thinking?!
Michael Cole: It looks like Nikki is taking her job seriously and isn’t this what they talked about? All week Michael said he wanted her to be fair and now that he’s cheating he’s upset that she’s calling him out on it?
Michael grabs the leg of Enforcer and nails a knee onto it. He’s trying to weaken the legs of Enforcer and he continues to do it with a combination of knees, stomps, and elbows. Michael Everett stalks Enforcer 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 Enforcer into the TCO sharpshooter. Enforcer looks to be in some pain as he screams out. Nikki asks him if he wants to give up but he refuses. Enforcer crawls his way to the ropes and eventually grabs it. Nikki tells him to break the hold but Michael isn’t listening to her. He continues to apply the hold until eventually he lets go himself.
Jerry Lawler: Better watch out Michael. Happy wife means happy life and Nikki doesn’t look too happy at the moment.
Michael goes for a pin on Enforcer and tells Nikki to do her damn job.
Enforcer kicks out again at two and Michael looks frustrated now. He tries going for the TCO again but Enforcer kicks him away. Michael Everett tries for a second time and once again Enforcer kicks him away. Enforcer gets to his feet now. Michael goes for a punch but its blocked and Enforcer nails him with one instead. Forcer follows up with a couple more punches before sending him to the ropes. Michael flies back around and Enforcer nails a stiff clothline that takes Michael off his feet. Enforcer 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 Enforcer. He picks himself up at the turnbuckle and grabs his eye. Michael yells at Nikki that Enforcer poked him in the eye. Enforcer goes to the opposite side of the ring and stares at Everett in the corner. He charges at Everett with a splash but as he leaps Nikki goes near Michael to check on his eye and Enforcer accidently hits both Nikki and Michael at the same time. Enforcer grabs Michael and nails him with the Death Pealty! Enforcer covers…
Or at least that would of been the count if Nikki was awake. Enforcer realizes that Nikki has rolled out of the ring and looks to be really hurt from the move. We see EMT workers rush down to the ring and check on her.
Michael Cole: Folks we apologize for this delay. It isn’t part of the show and sometimes these mistakes happen. Nikki took the blunt of that splash in the corner and….she looks hurt.
JBL: That is not something you ever want to see and Enforcer looks concerned himself.
Jerry Lawler: Give Nikki credit, she was calling this match fair and I’m sure Enforcer appreciated it. He never meant to do this to her.
Nikki is placed onto a stretcher and Enforcer stands by her side making sure she’s ok. Enforcer might not be a fan favorite but he’s not a monster. Who is a monster though is Michael Everett who suddenly attacks Enforcer from behind with a steel chair. Michael Everett grabs Enforcer and tosses him into the ring. Michael grabs the chair and slides back inside the ring. He nails the chair onto Enforcers back a couple of times. He then waits for him to get up before Michael takes the chair and smashes it over his skull.
Michael Cole: Someone has to stop this and hold on….
Suddenly Justice Cross rushes out to the ring. She had a match earlier tonight but she has enough energy to come back out. She slides into the ring and gets in front of Enforcer. She dares Michael to hit her too. Michael Everett yells for her to get out of the way. Justice goes to slap him in the face when suddenly her hand is grabbed. It’s Nikki Everett who nails Justice with a DDT.
JBL: She’s healed! It’s a miracle!
Michael Cole: You’ve got to be kidding me…
Nikki Everett grabs Justice and nails her with a brand new finisher she calls the Queens Court. Nikki then stands up and gives a smile to Michael. Michael grabs her by the hair and plants a long kiss on her in the middle of the ring as the fans boo. Michael grabs the steel chair again and nails one more headshot to Enforcer before Nikki goes down and makes the count….
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match by Pinfall….Michael Everett!
JBL: What a victory for Michael here tonight.
Michael Cole: I think its becoming clear that there was some kind of plan tonight. Nikki had us all fooled into thinking she was hurt and instead she was just buying Michael time to cheat his way to another victory.
JBL: You’ll get over it Michael. Sometimes life isn’t fair!
Our scene once again goes from commentary and see another video package for our next match. It’s Slaine Vs Mehr 2. The first match was inside the cage and Slaine barely won when he escaped the cage before Mehr could. This time there is no escaping. There is only a 60 minute iron man match and there must be a clear winner…
Michael Buffer: The following contest is an Iron Man Match and it is for the United States Championship. On his way to the ring first, the challenger. 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: 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.
Kyle Mehr Vs Daniel Slaine (US Title Match / 60 Min Iron Man)
The bell rings and an immediate a war of “Daniel Slaine” and “Lets Go Mehr” chants break out. Kyle Mehr and Daniel Slaine meet at the center of the ring. Exchanging a few words that only they can hear. They look around at the fans who are more than ready for our Co-Main Event. The two wrestlers part from each other, now circling around the ring beore locking up. Daniel Slaine puts Mehr into a headlock and eventually takes him down. Mehr is able to fight his way back to his feet and Kyle Mehr pushes Slaine back into the corner to break the hold. Mehr backs off and we get another lock up. Slaine goes right back into a headlock and Mehr pulls on his hair. Kyle Mehr turns things around with a headlock of his own. These two are clearly evenly matched as neither man is giving an inch. Slaine fights off the headlock but falls pray to a shoulderblock. Mehr kicks away at Slaine and than proceeds to taunt the crowd.
Michael Cole: This is a matchup that the world has been waiting for. Just the second match between these two but already an impressive rivalry.
JBL: Kyle has done a lot of talking and earned a lot of wrestling from these XWF fans. But tonight is put up or shut up.
Kyle Mehr picks up Daniel Slaine but Slaine cuts him off and slows him down with a big dropkick. Slaine wrenches on Mehr’s arm across his shoulder, then does it again before kicking at Mehr’s leg to drop him to a knee. Kyle Mehr stands back up and flips Slaine over his shoulder and than follows up with a sidewalk slam. Mehr shakes his arm, feeling the effects. Mehr stands on Slaine’s ankle and stomps down hard. He then rakes Slaine’s face across his boot and stomps on him for a cover….
Kyle Mehr works on Slaine’s arm, but Slaine’s able to fight to his feet. He then tries to work on Slaine’s arm again, but Slaine fights out and hits a knee to Mehr’s gut. Slaine hits a series of kicks to Mehr and follows with a dragon screw and the fans cheer. Slaine picks Mehr up and sends him to the corner. He nails a few kicks at his chest before seating Kyle Mehr up on the top turnbuckle. Slaine heads up after Mehr, but Mehr pushes him off and crotches him on the top rope. Mehr leaps off the middle rope with a huge clothesline and Slaine lands on his head. Mehr with a cover….
Jerry Lawler: A very dangerous move and Slaine landed on his head hard. He’s lucky he doesn’t have a concussion.
Michael Cole: We’ve seen moves like that break necks or even worse, end careers.
Kyle Mehr stalks his opponent and its clear that Slaine is dizzy from the headshot. He might not know where he is right now. He finds a way to get to his feet but as he does Mehr nails him with another clothline and covers him again.
Only a two count. Mehr mounts Slaine in the corner and goes to work with a series of right hands, dropping Slaine to the mat. Mehr chokes Slaine with his boot, then backs away when the referee yells at him. Kyle Mehr picks Slaine up and suplexes him across the top rope and now another cover….
Michael Cole: Another two count and JBL, tell me how these pinfalls can hurt an opponent despite not getting the three.
TIME LIMIT REMAINING: 50 MINUTES
JBL: Every time Mehr goes for a pin he is forcing his opponent to use their energy to kickout. It might not seem like much but Slaine is not being given a chance to recover. A brilliant tactic by Mehr here tonight.
Kyle Mehr stands and slowly stalks Slaine. Mehr and Slaine trade right hands, and Mehr kicks Slaine in the gut. Mehr tries for a powerbomb but Slaine flips over him with a last ounce of energy and leans himself up against the ropes. Mehr than charges at him with a clothline but Daniel Slaine ducks and Kyle Mehr goes flying over the top rope. The fans begin clapping, trying to rally behind Daniel. He looks down at Mehr on the outside and then charges at the ropes, hitting a suicide dive onto the outside and both men are down.Slaine up first and then sends Mehr into the barricade. He follows up with a huge running dropkick and then lets out a huge scream. Slaine throws Mehr back in the ring and climbs the top rope. Slaine takes too much time though and is caught with a huge powerbomb counter as he was coming down. Mehr slaps Slaine in the Boston crab and rears back. Slaine reaches for the ropes, and Mehr pulls him back to the middle of the ring. Mehr continues to lock in the hold before Slaine twists it around into a small package…..
Daniel Slaine tries for a crossface, but Mehr makes it to the ropes to break the hold. Mehr rolls to the floor to recover but Slaine isn’t having it. He attempts a baseball slide into Mehr but Mehr manages to avoid it. Kyle Mehr slams Slaine into the ringside steps. Mehr slams Slaine’s head into the Spanish announcer’s table before pulling him into the ring post and tossing him into the barricade.
Michael Cole: Just a brutal assault by Mehr here tonight. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen Slaine in as much trouble as he is tonight.
Kyle Mehr brings things back into the ring and tries for a cover….
But once again Slaine kicks out at two. Mehr mounts Slaine and hits him with a series of right hands. Mehr picks Slaine up and seats him on the top turnbuckle, blasting him with a right hand. Slaine fights it off with a head butt. Kyle Mehr charges in and crotches Slaine on the top turnbuckle. Mehr stands on the top with Slaine and hits a huge superplex. This should be the match….
No! Only a two count and Mehr thinks the referee’s count was too slow. Mehr and Slaine get to their feet and are trading European uppercuts. Slaine ends up switching things up and backslides Kyle Mehr for a cover….
Two count as Slaine hits Mehr with a huge kick to the side of the head for another two count after that. Mehr tries to escape again but Slaine grabs him and tries to suplex Mehr from the apron to the inside of the ring, but Mehr suplexes Slaine out to the floor instead. Mehr drops to the floor and begins taking apart one of the announcer’s tables. Kyle Mehr tries for a powerbomb, but Slaine escapes, catches Mehr with a series of kicks, and throws him into the steps. The referee yells for them to return to the ring and eventually it does. Slaine nails Kyle Mehr with a top rope headbutt. He then slowly picks Mehr up and hits him with a KTFO! He goes for the win….
TIME LIMIT REMAINING: 40 MINUTES
THR-NO! Mehr kicks out at the last second and Slaine looks suprised. Slaine shakes his head as he stands up. Picking Mehr up and sending him to the ropes. The champ nails him with repeated standing dropkicks. After that, Slaine repeatedly nails Kyle Mehr with kicks to the chest in the corner. Mehr ends up catching one of the kicks from Slaine and using the momentum to hit Slaine with a big suplex. Slaine rolls out to the apron but Mehr grabs him. Mehr nails him with the draping DDT. Mehr climbs the top rope now and leaps off with the Kyle Hangover! Cover now….
IRON MAN COUNT: MEHR 1 – SLAINE 0
Michael Cole: Our first pinball of the match and fans as you look at the clock we only have a few minutes left before we reach the halfway point.
JBL: If this was a singles match we’d have a new champion. But instead this match continues for over thirty more minutes.
Kyle Mehr takes his time getting up, trying to catch his breath. He picks up Slaine and tosses him into the turnbuckle. Mehr charges with a splash but Slaine moves out of the way. Slaine grabs Kyle Mehr but shoves him away and Slaine accidently slams into the referee who goes down hard. Slaine goes to check on the referee and Mehr goes behind him. He goes for a low blow but Slaine grabs his arm. Daniel Slaine picks Mehr up and hits him with the KTFO! He goes for the cover….
Except those are the fans chanting and not the referee. Daniel slaps around the referee trying to wake him up again. As he does we see Kyle Mehr going over to the turnbuckle and removing the padding. Daniel finally gives up and goes back to Mehr but Mehr trips him into the exposed steel. Kyle Mehr grabs Slaine and hits him with another DDT.
TIME LIMIT REMAINING: 30 MINUTES
Kyle Mehr goes to the top rope again and stick two fingers in the air. It’s not the peace symbol but instead he’s calling for another pin. He leaps off with the Kyle Hangover! and nails it. Cover now as the referee recovers…
IRON MAN COUNT: MEHR 2 – SLAINE 0
Daniel Slaine rolls out of the ring and tries to recover. Meanwhile we see that Kyle is clearly in control of this match and we have to be looking at a new United States Champion. Kyle slides out of the ring and slaps down around. Kyle rolls Slaine back into the ring and slaps him across the face once more. Kyle Mehr picks up Slaine and nails him with a scoop slam. Mehr climbs the top rope once more and this time he sticks three fingers in the air.
Michael Cole: If he nails this then this match is over. There’s no way Daniel could come back from…
Suddenly Daniel Slaine gets to his feet and climbs the turnbuckle. He grabs Mehr and lifts him up on his shoulders. Slaine nails the KTFO off the top rope in a last ditch effort. Daniel covers him with just an arm laying over his chest…
IRON MAN COUNT: MEHR 2 – SLAINE 1
Jerry Lawler: Like you just said Cole, that saved the match right there. Daniel Slaine made this a close contest again but I don’t see how he comes back.
Both men lay on the mat and are exhausted. We see Daniel Slaine get to his feet first but Kyle Mehr is right behind him. The two exchange shots in the middle of the ring. Mehr with a kick to the midsection and then sends Slaine intto the corner. Mehr springs off and it looks like the two collide heads accidentally. Both men are down for a count. They are both up at eight and now exchange blows once again. Mehr hits a flying forearm, and then some shoulder blocks as he bounces off the ropes. Finally, he lands a clothesline and a cover….
Kyle Mehr on the second rope and lands a drop kick to the head. Despite the length of this match it appears both superstars have gotten a burst of wind. Mehr off the ropes and Slaine hits a snap powerslam. Another cover now…
Daniel Slaine looking for an KTFO, but Mehr is able to move out of the way. Slaine stays on him though and sends him into the turnbuckle head first. Slaine goes for a splash but Mehr moves out of the way and then tosses Slaine onto the outside.
TIME LIMIT REMAINING: 20 MINUTES
Kyle Mehr tosses Slaine into the unforgiving steel steps and Slaine crashes hard. The referee begins his count on the outside but its not going to matter much as a double count out would just keep the score the same. Kyle Mehr looks under the ring and grabs a steel chair. He looks to swing but the referee warns him it would result in a point for Daniel. Mehr changes his mind and slides the chair into the ring. He then nails a couple punches to Slaine and hits him with a DDT. Mehr beginning to clear the announcers table now. Removing the cables and TV monitors. Kyle Mehr slides into the ring and rolls back out to restart the referee count. He grabs Daniel and puts him on the table now. Kyle Mehr gets back into the ring and starts to climb the top rope.
Michael Cole: I don’t like the looks of this at all. Kyle is putting it all on the line right now and Slaine might be in danger.
JBL: This could be a mistake Michael, lets find out…
Kyle Mehr leaps off the turnbuckle and goes for a diving elbow. Daniel Slaine moves out of the way at the last second and Mehr goes crashing through the table. A “Holy Shit” chant fills the arena as Mehr looks out cold. Daniel Slaine slowly crawls his way towards the ring. The referee continues his count and this one is going to be close. Daniel Slaine rolls into the ring as the referee counts to eight. He counts to nine now and then finally ten as he calls for the bell.
IRON MAN COUNT: MEHR 2 – SLAINE 2
Jerry Lawler: We are all tied up now and this just became a new match.
Michael Cole: And with a little less than fifteen minutes on the clock now this almost has become a new match. The next person to score a pinfall or submission could be the winner.
Kyle Mehr eventually gets back inside the ring and Daniel Slaine is waiting for him. Slaine goes for a clothline but Mehr ducks it. Kyle Mehr goes off the ropes himself and both men go after each other. They go for a clothline at the same time and take each other out. Both men are now down on the mat and back to square one. Kyle Mehr goes to pick up Slaine but Slaine delivers a kick to the head and then quickly sweeps the legs of Mehr. Daniel Slaine heads out to the apron and springboards from the top rope, but Mehr catches him and rolls through, standing up and shouldering Slaine. Slaine hangs on to the ropes, so Mehr drops him with a kick to the chest. Mehr quickly picks him back up and he hits the belly to back suplex. Mehr calls for the KTFO looking to end the match with his opponents move but Slaine counters, this time locking in an anaconda vice. The submission slows down the pace of the match and puts serious pressure on Mehr.
TIME LIMIT REMAINING: 10 MINUTES
Kyle Mehr fights out of it and somehow is able to turn it into a sharpshooter. Daniel Slaine refuses to tap out and Slaine eventually fights his way out of the hold and grabs the ropes. Both men slow to get to their feet now and Slaine and Mehr trade rights and kicks in the middle of the ring. Slaine gets the upper hand with a back kick. He hits the running knee in the corner and follows it up with a bulldog. Slaine heads straight to the top and hits the top rope elbow drop, pinning Mehr once again….
No! Only a two count. We are nearing the final minutes of this match as Daniel Slaine slowly picks up Mehr. He tries going for a KTFO but Mehr is able to reverse it. He hits Slaine with a KTFO of his own and unlike the last time, this time he connects and covers him…
Michael Cole: How did he kick out of that? I don’t know how he did it and I don’t think Mehr knows either.
TIME LIMIT REMAINING: 5 MINUTES
Kyle Mehr picks up Slaine but Slaine hits him with a stunner type move that sends Mehr backwards. He’s still on his feet though and Mehr connects with a shinning wizard onto Slaine. Kyle Mehr picks up Daniel for a tombstone pilederiver, Slaine is able to counter it though and and goes for one of his own. He hits it but is in position that he lands it on the chair that Mehr slide into the ring earlier. Daniel Slaine picks up Mehr and follows up with a KTFO! He covers him now…
IRON MAN COUNT: MEHR 2 – SLAINE 3
Daniel Slaine has taken the first lead in this match with less than two minutes left in the match. His best strategy now would be to avoid Mehr but instead hes going right after him. Daniel Slaine picks up Mehr and tries going for another KTFO! but Mehr gets out of it and nails an enziguri. Both men are down on the ground and less than a minute now. Kyle Mehr waits for Daniel to get up and then hits him with a spear in the middle of the ring. Mehr looks at the clock and then begins to climb the top rope. Twenty seconds on the clock. Mehr’s foot slips on the middle rope but he’s able to catch his balance. He leaps off with the Kyle Hangover and he tries going for a cover…
TIME HAS EXPIRED
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match and STILL United States Champion….Daniel Slaine!
Michael Cole: There you have it folks! The time on the clock expired and we might never know if Daniel was going to kick out. But what a match!
JBL: These two superstars pushed each other to the limits. It seems impossible but it appears even 60 minutes wasn’t long enough for these two men. Give them another 10 minutes!
:: COMMERCIAL BREAK ::
Michael Buffer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and is you Main Event of the Evening. On his way to the ring first, the challenge. He hails from Las Vegas, Nevada and weighed in tonight at two hundred and thirty-seven pounds. Being accompanied to the ring by Taz, “The Bad Ass”…Mike Dimter!
The lights go out in the arena then “Only Thing I Am” By Core Effect blasts through the arena…..”The Bad Ass” Mike Dimter is seen walking through the crowd along with his mentor Taz. The two walk over to the bottom of the stands and Mike jumps over the rail guard. Taz stands at ringside while Mike enters the ring.
Michael Buffer: And his opponent, hailing from New York, NY. She is the Reigning and Defending XWF Heavyweight Champion…. Ashley Blade!
“Hell Yeah” by Rev Theory hits the PA system next as Ashley Blade walks onto the stage. She is joined by Daniel Slaine who is talking in her ear. She has determination in her eyes and seems more ready for the match as she heads to the ring. Ashley removes her title and hands it to the referee before going to her corner.
Mike Dimter Vs Ashley Blade (XWF World Title Match)
The bell sounds and this match is underway. Ashley is seen talking to Daniel as they talk strategy before the match. Mike Dimter is getting impatient however and begins yelling at Ashley. Ashley ignores him as she focuses on Daniel. We see Mike get right up behind Ashley and he yells loudly “Lets fight…Bitch”. We see Ashley take a deep breath and close her fist. Suddenly she turns around and punches Mike in the face and drops him to the floor. Taz looks stunned and Daniel does too. Suddenly Ashley goes a for a cover…
Michael Cole: Kickout at two and Ashley has had to listen to Mike bad mouth her all week. She finally had enough to punched him in the face.
JBL: That looked like a closed fist to me which is illegal in wrestling. Ashley should be disqualified and forced to give up the title.
Michael Cole: Are you kidding me?
Mike Dimter crawls to his corner and talks with Taz for a few seconds before standing up. Ashley tells him to “bring it” as the two two tie up. This time Mike Dimter takes Ashley to the mat with a single leg takedown. Dimter begins stomping on Ashley as she’s attempting to get back to her feet. Dimter is now seen working on the legs of Ashley and not letting her do a thing. The crowd boo’s loudly as Dimter grabs Ashley and places her in a side head lock and has her down on the mat. The crowd is coming to life as Ashley is trying to get fired up and back up to her feet. Before she can stand up Dimter brings her back down to the mat again. Dimter finally lets go of the hold and grabs the arm and places her in an arm lock and lifts her knees up and down into the arm of Ashley. Ashley clutches her shoulder in pain as Dimter gets up and holds up her arms and walks over to Ashley again. Ashley is on her hands and knees and slams her elbow into the gut of Dimter who comes back with a forearm to the back of Ashley. Ashley with another elbow to the midsection of Dimter and Dimter steps on the fingers of Ashley as she clutches her fingers in pain. Dimter seems to be in total control of the match. Dimter lifts up Ashley and swings her into the ropes as Ashley comes back Dimter catches her with a huge power slam and a pin…
Michael Cole: Only a one count and perhaps that punch was motivation because Mike appears to be in control in the early goings of this match.
Mike Dimter slams her forearm into the head of Ashley again and picks her back up hooking her waist from behind attempting a belly to back suplex. It is reversed by Ashley who nails Dimter with a belly to back suplex of her own. Both are down and barely moving. Eventually Dimter is back up to her feet as Ashley staggers up to hers and slowly turns around Dimter hits a DDT. Dimter rolls over covering Ashley up!
JBL: Almost a three count and this couldn’t happen to a better person than Ashley. I hope she gets exactly whats coming to her tonight.
Michael Cole: Counting her out already JBL? Many opponets have made that mistake in the past.
JBL: A statement is a statement, take it however you want.
Ashley kicked out as we know and Dimter slowly gets back up and picks up Ashley with her. Dimter swings Ashley into the opposite corner as Ashley hits it and Dimter follows up with a big splash but Ashley moves out of the way! Dimter comes out of the corner as Ashley grabs him by the throat and throws him back into the corner and begins hammering her with rights and lefts as the crowd is going crazy. Dimter goes down in the corner. Ashley holds her boot on the throat of Dimter and then gives a huge stomp before backing up. Dimter slowly climbs back to his feet and turns around as Ashley snaps an arm around his throat and hits a hard clothline! She climbs the turnbuckle fast and leaps off hitting a frog splash hard and nails it. Cover now…
Jerry Lawler: Was that three?!
Only a two count as Ashley is up on her feet and gives the cut throat sign to the crowd signaling it is time for the Blade Cutter! Ashley stalking him, waiting for the moment, she goes for it, grabbing the head of Dimter but Dimter grabs Ashley from behind and rolls her up into a pin but then changes it after the roll up into a tazmission type of move. The submission is applied perfectly and Ashley is in trouble. The referee is asking Ashley if she wants to give up as Ashley shakes her head no and begins crawling towards the ropes, she reaches out but Dimter pulls her back before she can break the hold! The crowd is going crazy behind Ashley as she begins pumping herself back up and is crawling back over to the ropes. Ashley reaches out to it when suddenly Taz takes the rope and stretches it away from her. The referee yells at Taz and then yells at Dimter to break the hold. Daniel Slaine has seen enough as he goes over to Taz and tells him to leave. Taz shoves Slaine and asks im “what are you going to do about it”.
MIchael Cole: Big mistake…..
Suddenly Daniel Slaine nails a huge punch and sends Taz flying. The two begin to brawl on the outside as Slaine begins punching Taz up the entrance ramp. The referee exits from the ring and tries to get some order in the match. Ashley Blade is back to her feet now and she nails a Blade Cutter on Dimter. Cover now….
Except those were the fans chanting and not the referee who is still distracted by Slaine and Taz. Suddenly the fans boo loudly because Jackson Bryant has made his way out onto the ring. He slides into the ring and nails Ashley with a pair of brass knucks and knocks her out cold. Jackson then grabs Dimter and lays him on top of Ashley before exiting from the ring. Slaine and Taz meanwhile head backstage and the referee notices the pin. He rushes inside the ring and counts….
NO! Ashley kicks out at the last second. Jackson can’t believe she kicked out. Jackson climbs onto the apron and tells the referee to count faster. Ashley gets to her feet and notices Jackson. Ashley nails him with a dropkick that sends Jackson flying off the apron. The distraction allows Mike Dimter to grab Ashley and hits her with the Liberty Bell! Dimter with the cover again….
Ashley kicks out once again and this time its Mike Dimter whose in shock.
Michael Cole: What is it going to take to put Ashley away? The fighting champion who refuses to give up, refuses to die. Ashley continues to fight on.
Mike Dimter grabs Ashley again and goes for a second Liberty Bell! Ashley ducks it this time and pushes Mike into the ropes. He goes for a clothline but Ashley counters. Ashley with the Blade Cutter! out of nowhere and covers him…
Michael Buffer: Your Winner of the Match and STILL XWF World Champion….Ashley Blade!
JBL: No! This can’t be happening!
Michael Cole: Despite the odds Ashley has done it. She overcame Dimter, she overcame Taz and Jackson. Somehow, someway Ashley Blade retains her championship!
We see Daniel Slaine rushing back out to the ring as she checks on Ashley. He grabs the world title and hands it to her as he helps Ash to her feet.
Michael Cole: The Union has lost their quest for the World Title and the road to Anarchy has now begun. Who will be the next challenger for Ashley? We shall find out soon and we thank you for joining us tonight. Goodnight everyone!