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PostSubject: Meltdown 3/17/08 Results   Sat Aug 23, 2008 9:03 am

Percy Chapman – Red
Trent Heart – Green
Ed Richards – Violet
Dan Jackson – Blue
Dash Blade – Yellow
Jose - Dark Red
Jamarius Jackson – Cyan

Multi-colored pyros explode as the camera swirls around the jam-packed arena. The camera makes halts at the announce table.

Hello wrestling fans and welcome to another edition of Monday Night Meltdown. I’m Percy Chapman, here with my broadcast colleague Trent Heart.

I’m Trent Heart and what a show we have scheduled for tonight! Our Main Event will have the in-ring return of Chris Classic as he teams up with Damien Jones and The Sound to take on Supply and Demand and a mystery partner!

Also, tonight we will witness the #1 Contenders match for the ROG Tag Team Championships when Colton and The Chaos Kid take on Spawn and Hybrid, but Dante Diablo won’t be joining them as he will be facing the man that he screwed over last week when he meets Nightmare!

Now let’s get started with out opening contest…Erik Michaels vs. Zachary.

Always blasts on the speakers as Zachary enters the arena with Tristian Artist. Both men walk very slowly down the ramp, holding their necks. They slide into the ring and Zachary tries to taunt, but continues to hold his neck. Tristian Artist exits the ring.

This match is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, hailing from Melbourn, Australia and weighing in at 256 pounds, being accompanied by Tristian Artist…”The Eliminator” Zachary!

He’s still holding his body from the beating that The Chaos Kid gave him last week. It was a side of The Chaos Kid that we had never seen before.

Yes, and I loved it! He finally snapped and now nothing will stand in his way!

Welcome to the Jungle plays as Erik Michaels explodes into the arena. Erik Michaels walks down the ramp with a smile on his face as he hands out high-fives to numerous fans in the front rows. Erik Michaels climbs up the steel steps and enters the ring as he locks eyes with Zachary.

And his opponent, hailing from Miami, Florida and weighing in at 213 pounds…Erik Michaels!

Last week, he wasn’t victorious as his tag team partner, Dash Blade, was nearly killed by Jose in their tag match. Luckily, Dash Blade and Erik Michaels both came out of the match alright, however.

Ding-ding-ding

Zachary runs at Erik Michaels as Michaels drops to the mat and takes Zachary down with a quick Drop Toe Hold. Michaels grabs Zachary and lifts him up. Michaels puts Zachary on his shoulder for the Michnoku Driver, but Zachary struggles out and Clotheslines Michaels. Michaels falls to the mat as Zachary tries to apply the Sharpshooter, but Michaels powers out and kicks Zachary back. Michaels and Zachary both spring back up and they do a fighting stance as they lock eyes. They walk to the center of the ring and call for a Test of Strength. Zachary gets the upper hand, due to his size advantage, but Michaels kicks Zachary in the midsection and Fisherman Suplexes him to the mat. Michaels covers Zachary. 1…2…kick out. Michaels gets back to his feet and circles Zachary as Zachary starts to get back to his feet. Zachary gets up and Michaels hooks his arms from behind. Michaels takes him down with a Full Nelson Slam and then heads to the top rope. Michaels positions himself at the top and jumps off, extending his arm. Michaels nails an Elbow Drop to the chest of Zachary and covers him. 1…2…kick out. Michaels gets up and walks to the corner of the ring. Zachary gets up as Michaels positions himself in the corner. Zachary completely gets to his feet and Michaels runs at Zachary. Michaels lifts his foot high off the mat and Zachary ducks out of the way. Zachary takes Michaels up from behind and throws him into the mat with a German Suplex. Zachary goes to the top rope and hits a Moonsault. Zachary covers Michaels. 1…2…kick out. Zachary gets up and walks to the corner of the ring as Michaels slowly gets to his feet. Michaels uses the ropes to pull himself back up and Zachary runs at Michaels. Zachary takes Michaels down with a Spear and then tries to lock on the Sharpshooter right away. Zachary manages to get Michaels on his stomach and sits on the back of Erik Michaels as he increases the pressure of the Sharpshooter. Michaels screams in pain as he moves towards the ropes. Michaels starts to get close to the ropes as Tristian Artist runs around the ring and pulls the bottom rope back, so Michaels can’t get a hold of it. Michaels is screaming in pain and has his hand in the air, ready to tap, but Ed Richards catches Tristian and expels him from ringside. Tristian Artist argues with Ed Richards as Erik Michaels gets a hold of the bottom rope. Zachary doesn’t release the hold and Ed Richards is preoccupied with Tristian Artist. The Chaos Kid walks down the ramp and grabs Tristian Artist and gives him the Cop Killa on the ramp. Ed Richards turns around and sees Michael’s hand on the bottom rope and forces Zachary to release the Sharpshooter.

The Chaos Kid just further injured Tristian Artist. I can’t believe that he would insert himself in this match!

Well, Tristian Artist was breaking the rules and The Chaos Kid just wanted everything to be fair. I can’t believe that you’re complaining about him following the rules.

I can’t believe that you’re enforcing it!

Well, believe it. I think that you just have some sort of personal vendetta against The Chaos Kid.

Oh shut up, Trent!

Zachary gets off of Michaels as Ed Richards is yelling at him. Michaels starts to get to his feet as Zachary turns around. Zachary grabs the head of Erik Michaels and pulls him to the center of the ring. Zachary kicks Michaels in the midsection and runs across the ropes. On the rebound, Zachary kicks Erik Michaels in the side of the head, sending Erik Michaels flying to the outside. Zachary celebrates in the ring as Michaels tries to get back up. Ed Richards starts a count. 1…2…3…4…Michaels pulls himself back up to his feet…5…6…7…Michaels walks over to the ring and slides himself back into the ring. Zachary lifts Michaels up and tries to take him down with a DDT, but Michaels reverses with a Northern Light Suplex as the crowd explodes into cheers. Michaels covers Zachary. 1…2…kick out. Michaels gets back up and locks on the Inverted Sharpshooter as Zachary moves around wildly and moves towards the ropes. Zachary continues to crawl over as Michaels starts to lose his grip on the hold. Zachary reaches the bottom rope and Michaels keeps the hold locked on. Ed Richards tries to break up the hold and then starts a count. 1…2…3…4…Erik Michaels releases the hold. Zachary gets to his feet and limps towards Erik Michaels, who reacts quick enough to put Zachary on his shoulder and take him down with the Michnoku Driver II. Erik Michaels crawls over to Zachary and puts him arm across Zachary’s chest. 1…2…3.

Here is your winner, by pinfall…Erik Michaels!

What a match to start off the show. Zachary put up one hell of a fight, but in the end, Erik Michaels came out on top.

And he gains quite a bit of momentum going into one of the biggest matches in his career at “Death Wish” when he faces off against Ricky Reynolds for the ROG World Heavyweight. But one question that comes to mind is why did The Chaos Kid come out and technically help out the man that robbed him of his World Heavyweight Title opportunity?

I’m not sure…it baffles me as well. Maybe we’ll get an answer next week.
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PostSubject: Re: Meltdown 3/17/08 Results   Sat Aug 23, 2008 9:03 am

Up next we will be witnessing a revenge match up between Nightmare and Dante Diablo.

Last week on Meltdown, Dante Diablo injured Black Dagger before Nightmare and Black Dagger’s match had started, leaving Nightmare to fight Spawn and Hybrid by himself.

He almost managed to pull it off, but the numbers game was too much and Spawn and Hybrid came out on top. Nightmare has requested for this match tonight and it is bound to get very intense.

A wall of fire erupts as Burned plays. The wall of fire dies down and Nightmare is seen standing behind it. Nightmare makes his way to the ring and climbs up the steel steps and enters the ring. Nightmare walks into the center of the ring and lifts his arms up and slams then back down as the four turnbuckles erupt.

This contest is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, hailing from Parts Unknown and weighing in at 330 pounds…Nightmare!

So far, Nightmare has minimal momentum on his side going into his match against Edgecutioner at “Death Wish.”

Yes, and Edgecutioner has been a wrecking machine over on Warzone. Nightmare desperately needs this victory here tonight.

The Fight Song by Marilyn Manson plays as red fog shrouds the arena and Dante Diablo enters the arena. Dante Diablo walks down the ramp and looks around before climbing up the steel steps and entering the ring. Diablo glares at Nightmare as his music fades.

And his opponent, hailing from the City of Satan and weighing in at 245 pounds…Dante Diablo!

After last week’s Meltdown, it was announced that Dante Diablo would take on Black Dagger at “Death Wish,” but there will be no Spawn or Hybrid at ringside. They will not be allowed to accompany Diablo or interfere and if they do, their contracts will be terminated immediately.

What a stipulation. I enjoy taking risks, but this is something that Spawn and Hybrid should avoid doing.

Ding-ding-ding

Nightmare walks over to Diablo and hits Diablo with a very stiff, open hand slap as Diablo moves back a few steps, holding his jaw. Diablo continues to hold his jaw as he turns around into a Big Boot. Nightmare drops to the mat and grabs Diablo by the neck. Nightmare starts banging Diablo’s head against the mat repeatedly as Ed Richards tries to make Nightmare stop. Nightmare continues until Ed Richards threatens to disqualify him. Nightmare releases the choke and gets back to his feet. Diablo holds his throat as he backs up into the corner. Diablo is sitting in the corner holding his neck as Nightmare runs at Diablo and knees him in the face. Diablo falls to the side and rolls out of the ring. Nightmare turns around and then turns back around. Nightmare realizes that Diablo is on the outside of the ring and follows Diablo. Diablo gets up and is near the announce table as Nightmare comes up from behind and grabs Diablo, who turns around and hits Nightmare with the ring bell as Ed Richards calls for the bell. Diablo throws the bell down as the bell is rung, signaling the end of the match.

Here is your winner, by disqualification…Nightmare!

Dante Diablo enters the ring and shoves Ed Richards to the mat. Diablo exits the ring and grabs a chair from under the ring. Diablo walks around the ring and hits Nightmare with the chair repeatedly. Diablo throws the chair on top of Nightmare and looks under the ring again. Diablo pulls out his lead pipe and waits for Nightmare to get up. Nightmare gets up and Diablo runs at him. Diablo nails Nightmare upside the head with the pipe and Nightmare falls to the arena floor holding his head. Pretenders plays as Black Dagger rushes to the ring as the crowd goes wild and Diablo throws down the pipe and escapes through the crowd. Black Dagger checks on Nightmare as Diablo looks back, laughing at what he did.

Black Dagger comes back and chases Dante Diablo out of the arena! What a showing from Black Dagger here tonight.

Diablo will sure enough get back at Dagger at a later date. You can count on that.
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PostSubject: Re: Meltdown 3/17/08 Results   Sat Aug 23, 2008 9:04 am

Up next will be the #1 Contenders match for the ROG Tag Team Championships as Dark Republic takes on The Puerto Rican Express. The winner will face The Sound and Damien Jones at “Death Wish!”

Who do you think will get the victory, Percy? I happen to know that you don’t like either of the teams competing, so your opinion should be an unbiased one.

It’s hard to say really…neither team plays by the rules and this match should get out of hand before long.

The Fight Song Plays as more red fog covers the arena. Hybrid and Spawn enter the arena and walk down the ramp together, ignoring the fan’s boos. They slide into the ring as they taunt the crowd, who boo them heavily.

This tag-team contest is scheduled for one fall and it will determine the #1 Contendership for the ROG Tag Team Championships at “Death Wish!” Introducing team number 1, hailing from the City of Satan, Spawn and Hybrid…Dark Republic!

Dark Republic has fully reunited and they’ve been doing pretty well since. Dante Diablo defeated Black Dagger and also took him out thanks to the help of Spawn and Hybrid.

Not to mention that Diablo has helped Spawn and Hybrid. Last week, Spawn and Hybrid moved on this far all thanks to Dante Diablo taking out Black Dagger. This upped their odds immensely as they took on Nightmare in a 2-on-1 handicapped match.

A combination of Metalingus and Burn In My Light play as The Chaos Kid and Colton enter the arena. The Chaos Kid bounces around as Colton looks straight down the ramp towards the ring. The Chaos Kid sprints down the ramp as Colton walks slowly behind him. The Chaos Kid slides into the ring and Colton climbs up the steel steps and enters the ring. The Chaos Kid hops onto the second turnbuckle and poses for the crowd as Colton gets into the faces of Spawn and Hybrid.

And their opponents, weighing in at a combined 464 pounds, The Chaos Kid and Colton…The Puerto Rican Express!

We already saw The Chaos Kid once tonight and damn it he did damage!

That Cop Killa of his is vicious. I even dare to say that it matches Steve Ace’s Cop Killa!

It’s a great and very effective maneuver, but he might just hurt somebody if he continues on the rage he’s been on lately with that move.

Ding-ding-ding

The Chaos Kid goes onto the apron followed by Hybrid also going onto the apron. Colton and Spawn walks to the center of the ring and lock up. Colton throws Spawn back and Spawn crashes into the corner turnbuckle and hits his neck on the top turnbuckle. Spawn falls face first onto the mat and rolls out of the ring. Spawn walks around the ring, holding his neck as Colton awaits him in the ring. Spawn walks around the outside of the ring before re-entering the ring. Colton immediately goes on the offense and stomps on the neck and back of Spawn. Colton lifts Spawn and Powerslams him back to the mat. Colton walks around the ring and grabs Spawn by the head. Colton lifts Spawn up and uppercuts him, sending Spawn back a few steps. Colton runs across the ropes and hits a Running Dropkick to Spawn, sending Spawn back to the arena floor. Spawn gets back to his feet slowly as he stares back into the ring at Colton. Spawn re-enters the ring, but then immediately exits again as Hybrid enters the ring and runs at Colton. Hybrid attacks Colton from behind, sending him to the mat and Spawn re-enters the ring again. Spawn locks on a Boston Crab on Colton, but Colton easily powers out, flipping the body of Spawn onto his back. Spawn bounces back up as Colton gets up as well. Spawn runs at Colton and hits a Spear. Spawn covers Colton. 1…2…kick out. Spawn gets off of Colton and pulls himself back up. Spawn walks over to his corner and tags in Hybrid. Hybrid runs at Colton, but Colton moves out of the way and Hybrid misses the boot to the face. Colton moves up behind Hybrid and hits the Backcracker. Colton covers Hybrid. 1…2…kick out. Colton gets back up and tags in Chaos.

Some pretty good back and forth action here. To be honest, I thought this match would’ve been over or there would’ve been a load of cheating, but so far it’s been a clean contest between these two teams.

Chaos enters the ring and runs at a fallen Hybrid. Chaos hits a flipping senton on Hybrid and covers Hybrid. 1…2…kick out. Chaos goes to the corner and climbs up the turnbuckle. Chaos backflips off and nails Hybrid with a Moonsault. Chaos covers Hybrid. 1…2…kick out. Chaos lifts Hybrid up and kicks him in the midsection. Chaos goes for the Twist of Fate, but Hybrid shoves Chaos off. Chaos runs across the ropes and ricochets off straight into a vicious Spear from Hybrid. Hybrid covers Chaos. 1…2…Colton breaks up the pin. Hybrid walks over to his corner and tags Spawn back in. Spawn and Hybrid lifts Chaos up and take him down to the mat with a Double DDT. Spawn covers Chaos. 1…2…kick out! Colton runs into the ring and Clotheslines Hybrid to the arena floor. Colton follows Hybrid to the outside as Spawn locks Chaos in the Texas Cloverleaf. Chaos screams in pain while Hybrid is distracting Colton on the outside. Hybrid and Colton continuously exchange stiff lefts and rights to the face. They brawl all around the ring perimeter as Chaos reaches and grips the bottom rope. Spawn holds onto the submission maneuver as Ed Richards starts a count. 1…2…3…4…Spawn releases the hold but then reapplies it. Ed Richards restarts the count. 1…2…3…4…Spawn releases the hold and goes to reapply it, but Chaos pushes Spawn off and rolls to the outside of the ring. Chaos limps around the ring as Spawn follows Chaos. Chaos runs into the ring and Spawn enters the ring behind him. Spawn runs at Chaos, but Chaos catches his arm and takes him down with the Crippler Crossface as Spawn squirms, trying to get a hold of the ropes. Chaos increases the pressure of the hold as Spawn brings his hand off the mat, getting ready to submit, but reaches out and manages to grab a hold of the bottom rope. Chaos releases the hold and goes to the top rope yet again. Chaos jumps off and extends his legs and hits a Top Rope Leg Drop. Chaos covers Spawn. 1…2…kick out. The camera cuts to Colton and Hybrid fighting as they’re still exchanging shots, but Colton pokes Hybrid in the eye and then kicks him in the midsection. Colton grabs the head of Hybrid and gives him the Corkscrew Neckbreaker on the arena floor as he flops up and down, holding his neck. Colton climbs back onto the apron. Chaos tags in Colton.

And there goes the clean match. Sure it was just a poke in the eye, but that could’ve drastically changed the flow of this match.

Who cares? They both want those tag titles and they should be willing to do ANYTHING for them! Case closed.

Colton rushes into the ring and lifts Spawn off the mat. Colton kicks Spawn in the midsection and takes him down with the Twist of Fate. Colton climbs to the top rope and backflips off the top rope and then backflips again before landing on Spawn, hitting the Double Backflip Splash. Colton covers Spawn. 1…2…kick out! Colton gets back to his feet and walks around Spawn’s motionless body and locks on the High Angle Boston Crab as Spawn doesn’t respond at all. Spawn does reach out for the rope, however, and grabs it. Colton releases the hold and lifts up Spawn. Spawn’s limp body stands in the center of the ring now. Colton runs towards the turnbuckle and climbs up the turnbuckle. Colton twists his body out of shape on his way down and hits the Whisper in the Wind on Spawn. Colton covers Spawn. 1…2…Chaos yells at Colton to not end the match yet. Colton rolls off of Spawn and tags in Chaos. Chaos enters the ring and lifts up Spawn. Chaos kicks Spawn in the midsection and hooks his arms. Chaos twists his body and lifts Spawn up. Chaos slams Spawn into the body, neck first, hitting the Cop Killa. Chaos runs around the ring and locks on the Cattle Mutilation as Spawn again doesn’t respond. Ed Richards grabs the arm of Spawn and lifts it into the air, but Colton tells Chaos to get off, so he can finish off the job. Chaos goes over to his corner and tags in Colton. Chaos and Colton both climb to the top rope on opposite sides of the ring. Chaos jumps off and nails the Dragon Cyclone Press and quickly moves out of the way for Colton as he jumps off and nails the Corkscrew 630 Senton. Colton covers Spawn as Chaos celebrates in the ring and counts along. 1…2…3.

Here are your winners and new #1 Contenders for the ROG Tag Team Championships, Colton and The Chaos Kid…The Puerto Rican Express!

What a great match from both fantastic teams! The members of the Puerto Rican Express, Colton and The Chaos Kid, will be in the biggest matches of their careers when they take on The Sound and Damien Jones for the ROG Tag Team Championships at “Death Wish.”

I hope that The Sound and Damien Jones can teach them a thing or two about sportsmanship and beat those two in their match come “Death Wish.”
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PostSubject: Re: Meltdown 3/17/08 Results   Sat Aug 23, 2008 9:07 am

The camera cuts to the backstage interview room where Dan Jackson is sitting in his chair, wearing a beck brace from last week’s vicious attack from The Chaos Kid.

Hello everybody. I’m Dan Jackson…many of you might be kind of worried about this neck brace. Don’t worry…I’ll be fine. All I want is justice and hopefully The Chaos Kid loses at “Death Wish.” Anyways, here tonight I will be joined by two great athletes who have been feuding over the X-Rated Championship for the last few months. First up is Dash Blade.

The camera view extends, showing Dash Blade sitting in a chair across the room of Dan Jackson.

Hello Dash Blade.

Hey Dan Jackson. Glad you could have me.

I’m glad to have you as well. Anyways, let’s get down to the questions. At Apocalypse…you lost your precious X-Rated Title that you have rowked so hard to gain and retain against multiple competitors to a relatively new wrestler in ROG, Jose. How did that make you feel?

Well, I was of course pissed off, but I had lost. Jose is one hell of an athlete and it’s nearly impossible to cut down his arsenal of high-flying and high impact maneuvers. In the end, he defeated me and there wasn’t a damn thing I could do about that.

Well, that brings me to my next question. You may have not been able to anything about it then, but come “Death Wish” you’ll have an opportunity to regain the X-Rated Championship from Jose, which was announced earlier in the week. Now this could be your last opportunity at this title for awhile or this could just be the beginning of a great rivalry. How does this affect you?

Well, I sure as hell hope that if I happen to lose at “Death Wish” that this isn’t my final opportunity for the title. I’m sure that all the Meltdown fans watching right now remember my hard fought victory at Riot City Showdown to win that coveted title and it showed that I would go through hell and back to win it. I accomplished the impossible that night and hell, on that night I was the newcomer…so losing to Jose wasn’t that bad for me. As for my rematch, I’m very happy that management has given me an opportunity to redeem myself for that lose and I hope that at “Death Wish” I’ll regain the X-Rated Championship from Jose.

Now for my final question. If you happen to not defeat Jose for the X-Rated Championship and don’t get any more chances, what would be next for Dash Blade?

Well, my sites will be set on the ROG World Heavyweight Championship or whoever may be holding it at that time. Or, I would like to find myself a partner and possibly contend for the ROG Tag Team Championships. Always the possibilities of me getting traded to Warzone as well. You never really know.

Alright, well thanks for your time Dash Blade.

Thank you, Dan.

Dan Jackson stands up and shakes hands with Dash Blade as he exits.

Ladies and Gentlemen, my next guess will be the current X-Rated Champion, Jose.

Jose enters the room and takes a seat and laughs at Dan Jackson.

Ha…I can see that you’re still a tad bit hurt from that beating The Chaos Kid gave you last week hmm?

Yes, but I would rather not talk about that issue. What I wanna know is how you fee-

I heard earlier that you wish that he gets what he deserves…what might that be?

Please, Jose. I don’t wanna talk about it right now. This is your interview time, now please just take it.

Fine…fine. I’m just saying, don’t let The Chaos Kid hear you, or else the neck brace will just be an accessory to the body cast that you’ll wind up in.

Noted, now please tell me what are your thoughts and feelings on being the X-Rated Champion.

Well, Dan, it’s great. I’ve only been here for roughly two months and I’m already one of the best and most respected wrestlers in ROG. The X-Rated Championship is an honor…I just wish that I had to actually work hard to earn it. Dash Blade was a chump.

Well, Jose, Dash Blade was in here a little while ago and he said that his match against you was one of the harder fought matches in his career and then you’re going to say that about him?

Well, maybe it was hard fought for him, but dammit it was easy for me. Defeating Dash Blade was so easy, that I allowed him to have a rematch.

Speaking of that, what are your thoughts on your rematch against Dash Blade at “Death Wish?”

My thoughts are simple…I will defeat Dash Blade. I will impale him to the ring canvas with the Puerto Rican Destroyer and then break him in half with the Spiral Tap! I will cover his lifeless body, raise my belt in the air, and walk out of the arena, further cementing my HOF status! That’s all I have to say on that. So I guess we’re done here?

Well actuall-

Jose gets up and leaves as Dan Jackson continues to talk.

Hey JOSE! I wasn’t done. I have more questions for you. Ugh…that title has gone straight to his head.
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PostSubject: Re: Meltdown 3/17/08 Results   Sat Aug 23, 2008 9:07 am

Well after those 2 intense interviews, we are now ready for our Main Event of the evening! A 6-man tag match between Chris Classic, The Sound, and Damien Jones taking on Supply and Demand and a mystery partner of their choice.

I’ve heard that Supply and Demand came unprepared and couldn’t manage to find a partner for their match tonight. Nobody trusted them enough…I wonder if it’s true.

Of course it’s not! I would give anything to fight one more match, especially alongside a great team like Supply and Demand! What’s wrong with you?

Battery plays as The Sound comes out with Damien Jones and Chris Classic. Damien Jones is off to the side with his ROG Tag Title aroundhis waist as Chris Classic and The Sound walk down the ramp together, with The Sound holding the ROG Tag Title above his head. Damien Jones walks slowly behind them. The Sound and Chris Classic slide into the ring and Damien Jones walks up the steel steps. They all enter the ring and Chris Classic and The Sound pose in the center of the ring as Damien Jones stands in the background.

This 6-man tag team contest is scheduled for one fall, introducing team number 1…Chris Classic and the ROG Tag Team Champions, The Sound and Damien Jones!

Damien Jones looks absolutely disgusted!

He should be. He just won the ROG Tag Team Titles with The Sound and all The Sound can care about is his past partner who has returned. I would be pissed too!

Push it by Rick Ross blares through the arena as Ricky Reynolds and Jamarius Jackson enter the arena. Jamarius Jackson starts walking down the ramp as Ricky Reynolds poses with the ROG World Heavyweight Championship at the top of the ramp. Jamarius Jackson climbs up the steel steps and enters the ring as Ricky Reynolds runs down the ramp and slides into the ring.

And their opponents, weighing in at a combined 460 pounds…Supply and Demand.

Ricky Reynolds gives Ed Richards the ROG World Heavyweight Title and Jackson calls for a mic.

Well, it seems as though we couldn’t find a partner to team with us, so this match can’t happen.

A mixed reaction of cheers and boos rain down from the crowd.

However, we did talk to David Simou and he has changed the match. This match will now be Supply and Demand taking on 2 out 3 members of your team. Which ones are completely up to you, but one of you won’t be in action here tonight. So I suggest that you decide and fast.

Jackson waits in the ring with the mic as Classic, Sound, and Jones discuss who should fight. Classic and Sound shake hands and Jones looks on in disbelief and Classic extends his hand, but Jones pushes him away and exits the ring. Jones flips off Classic as he walks up the ramp. The Sound walks up to Ed Richards and whispers in his ear.

The two men representing the team opposing Supply and Demand will be The Sound and Chris Classic!

What a monumental change to our scheduled main event for the evening. It looks like it will now be Chris Classic and The Sound teaming up for the first time in months to take on Supply and Demand.

Damien Jones doesn’t seem very happy about it. He has the night off and he’s still pissed. Something must be going on his head right now.

Ding-ding-ding

Chris Classic goes onto the apron as does Ricky Reynolds, leaving Jamarius Jackson and The Sound to start the match off. The Sound and Jamarius Jackson lock up in the center of the ring and The Sound puts Jackson in a headlock. Jackson throws Sound against the ropes and The Sound rebounds off and hits a Shoulder Block on The Sound, knocking him down to the mat. Jackson runs across the ring and bounces off the ropes. Jackson continues to run at The Sound on the mat and hits a running elbow drop on The Sound. Jackson covers Sound. 1…kick out. Jackson springs back up and lifts up The Sound off the mat. The Sound powers out and hits a stiff right hook to the face of Jackson. The Sound runs across the ropes and runs at Jackson, but Jackson takes The Sound down with an Arm Drag and follows through with an Arm Lock. The Sound gets to his feet with the Arm Lock still applied. The Sound grabs the head of Jackson with his other arm and jumps onto the mat, butt-first. Jackson springs backwards and rolls out of the ring. The Sound runs across the ropes and hits a Flipping Senton over the top rope and straight onto Jackson as the crowd bursts into cheers early on. Ed Richards starts a count as both men start to regain consciousness. 1…2…3…4…5…The Sound gets up and re-enters the ring…6…Jackson slowly gets to his feet and re-enters the ring as well. Jackson pulls himself to his feet and The Sound kicks Jackson in the midsection and hits a ring shaking Piledriver to Jackson. The Sound covers Jackson. 1…2…kick out. The Sound gets back up and walks over to the corner turnbuckle and climbs up very slowly. Jackson bounces back up to his feet and scurries to the top turnbuckle. Jackson and The Sound exchange punches at the top and Jackson hits a forearm to the face, dazing The Sound long enough for Jackson to his a vicious Superplex. Jackson covers The Sound. 1…2…kick out. Reynolds and Classic start stomping on the apron as The Sound and Jackson both slowly move towards their corners. Jackson tags in Reynolds as The Sound manages to get the hot tag to Classic shortly after.

The Sound manages to get the tag to Chris Classic!

Also, Jamarius Jackson tags in Ricky Reynolds! They’re both completely fresh in this match and things are just getting started.

Classic rushes into the ring towards a rampaging Ricky Reynolds. Classic clotheslines Reynolds and Reynolds falls to the mat. Jackson gets up and runs at Classic, who clotheslines Jackson as well, while The Sound lies on the arena floor. Jackson rolls under the bottom rope as Reynolds gets back to his feet and Chop Blocks Chris Classic. Classic falls back on the ring canvas, holding his leg and squirming on the mat. Reynolds stomps on the previously injured leg and then locks on the Artery Jammer. Classic screams in pain as he moves around wildly and rapidly trying to reach the ropes. Classic grabs the ring canvas and pulls himself further towards the ropes. Classic is nearing the ropes as Reynolds turns his body and Classic’s body as well. Classic reaches to his side as far as he can, but can’t reach the ropes. The Sound slides into the ring and breaks the hold. The Sound picks up Reynolds and Irish Whips him into the corner. The Sound runs at Reynolds and Clotheslines him in the corner and Reynolds falls forward. Classic is still on the mat, holding his leg. Classic pulls himself up using the ropes and walks with a slight limp over to his corner. Classic tags in The Sound and The Sound enters the ring. Classic sits on the apron, holding his leg as Jackson gets off the apron and walks around the ring. Jackson runs over to Classic and kicks his leg into the ring apron. Classic falls off the apron and hits the arena floor face first, grasping his leg and breathing extremely heavily in pain. Jackson smiles sinisterly as he walks around the ring and climbs back onto his apron. In the ring, The Sound has Reynolds locked in the Sharpshooter. Reynolds is very close to the ropes as The Sound lifts himself off of Reynolds and drags his body to the center of the ring. Reynolds manages to overpower The Sound and flips him off of his body. Reynolds gets up quickly and The Sound runs at him, but Reynolds grabs The Sound with a hug and flips him over his head, hitting the Coke Sneeze. Reynolds walks over to his corner and tags in Jackson.

This has been turned into a handicapped match for the moment…everyone knows that Classic’s leg isn’t 100% and Supply and Demand are taking advantage of that.

It’s very smart of Supply and Demand to work over that leg, because it’s an obvious weak spot of Chris Classic. I’m not sure if he’s fully prepared for this match…he wasn’t out for that long. He DID make a pretty speedy recovery. He’s probably still fragile.

Jackson enters the ring and goes on top of The Sound on the mat. Jackson hit’s multiple forearms to The Sound’s face as well as repeated lefts and rights to the face of The Sound. Jackson gets off of The Sound and the camera zooms in on The Sound’s face, showing a small amount of blood dripping down his face. Jackson walks over to the upper part of The Sound’s body and locks on a Sleeper Hold as more blood starts to drip down The Sound’s face. Jackson tightens the hold as The Sound slowly fades. The Sound revives for a few seconds and nearly escapes, but Jackson releases the hold and dodges a Clothesline. Jackson immediately goes back onto the offensive and takes The Sound back to the mat with a Clothesline to the back of The Sound’s head. Jackson then locks on the Sleeper Hold again. The Sound completely fades as Ed Richards drops to the mat and checks on The Sound. Ed Richards looks into the eyes of The Sound and they’re completely shut. Ed Richards grabs The Sound’s arm and lifts it up. Ed Richards releases The Sound’s arm and it falls to the mat, making an echo in the silent arena.

1!

Ed Richards grabs the arm of The Sound for a second time and lifts it up. Ed Richards releases the arm and it again hits the mat.

2!

Ed Richards lifts The Sound’s arm for a third time and drops it, but The Sound prevents his arm from crashing into the mat and shows a brief bolt of power as he throws Jackson over his head and punches Reynolds off the apron. Chris Classic slowly climbs back onto his apron, obviously still dazed. The Sound rushes over to Classic and tags him in. Classic has an odd look on his face as he enters the ring and walks over to Jackson. Classic sits on the back of Jackson and pulls back on his neck, locking on the Camel Clutch. Jackson moves his arm around rapidly, trying to find the ropes, but he isn’t anywhere close. Reynolds rushes into the ring and breaks the hold as Ed Richards forces him back onto his apron. Classic gets up, still limping slightly, and lifts Jackson up. Classic lifts Jackson up in Scoop Slam formation as his legs tremble, but he manages to nail the Powerslam and cover Jackson. 1…2…kick out. Classic gets up and hits Reynolds off the apron again and locks on his patented Sleeper Hold on Jackson.

Now that’s how a Sleeper Hold is supposed to be done!

Jackson elbows Classic in the gut a few times, but he manages to keep the Sleeper Hold locked on as Jackson is trying to escape. Classic starts swinging around the body of Jackson back and forth, with the Sleeper Hold still applied as Jackson falls to his knees and starts spitting up blood. Ed Richards goes to lift up Jackson’s arm as Reynolds rushes into the ring and kicks Classic in the side of the head. Classic falls to the mat slowly and he starts crawling to his corner as Jackson lies motionless in the ring. Classic tags in The Sound and he emerges into the ring with a burst of energy. The Sound goes after Reynolds first, as he jumps off the apron before The Sound can get to him. The crowd laughs at this as The Sound turns around and lifts up Jackson. Damien Jones walks down the ramp and starts yelling at Classic, who is on the apron. Classic gets distracted and argues with Damien Jones about the decision for the match as Ed Richards gets involved as well. Reynolds enters the ring and low blows The Sound, who had Jackson up for the Sound Effect and Jackson falls onto The Sound. Reynolds then runs over to The Sound’s corner and hits Classic off of the apron and crashing into Damien Jones. Both men are laid out on the apron as Jackson gets up and realizes The Sound on the mat. Jackson covers The Sound. 1…2…KICK OUT! Reynolds and Jackson look at each other in disbelief as Jackson lifts The Sound up and hits rapid left and right jabs to the face of The Sound. The Sound falls backwards onto the mat, bleeding profusely now.

FIFTEENTH STREET FLURRY! IT’S ALL OVER!!!

Jackson falls onto the mat and hooks the leg of The Sound. 1…2…KICK OUT! The Sound just barely kicks out at the last second and Jackson gets up furiously and tags in Reynolds. Reynolds enters the ring and locks The Sound in the Overdose. The Sound tries to avoid tapping, but eventually does tap.

Here are your winners, by submission…Supply and Demand!

That was a great match and Supply and Demand winning made it even better!

They wouldn’t have won if Damien Jones didn’t come out and distract Chris Classic. Yet another cheap victory for Supply and Demand here tonight.

Hey, a win’s a win! It doesn’t matter how you get it. Also, I said earlier that Damien Jones wouldn’t take this lying down. He came back and got some revenge on the man stealing his thunder.

In the ring, Reynolds has releases the hold and has been given his ROG World Heavyweight Championship belt. Jackson exits the ring and grabs Chris Classic. Jackson lifts Classic up and screams in his face before spitting in his face and kicking him in his leg. Chris Classic falls back down to the arena floor, holding his leg and screaming in pain.

Ugh…they can never just leave the arena!

Chris Classic is back, but he may need to leave already. Supply and Demand did a great job here tonight.

Jackson and Reynolds walks up the ramp and they stop at the top as Reynolds holds the ROG World Heavyweight Championship high over his head as Jackson has a sick smile on his face. The camera cuts to the ring where The Sound is glaring at Jackson and Reynolds. The camera then cuts to the arena floor where Chris Classic is still rolling around on the floor, grasping his leg. The camera finally cuts back to Jackson and Reynolds. The camera has a close up on Jackson’s sick smile as the screen fades to black…
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