OOWF/AEW Survival Sunday LIVE! From Jacksonville, Florida. March 12, 2023 Hosts: Russ and Razz
• Strap Match: Mac Flasher vs. Eddie Kingston “Cold World” plays as Daily’s Place goes nuclear for Eddie Kingston, who strides out and peers into the ring before rolling in. He bounces off of the ropes a time or two before making eye contact with OOWF official Mel Creech. As Eddie paces, his music cuts off and “I Get Wet,” but with the piano interlude, kicks on. The feed cuts to the back where Firewoman and the assembled OOWF roster are standing around Mac Flasher.
FIREWOMAN: “Mac. Get us started with a win. For at least tonight, we are behind you. OUR RING!”
Firewoman hands Mac the strap and a Terrible Towel signed by most of the willing roster and pats him on the shoulder. As Mac stuffs the towel in his pocket, he heads to the curtain, Firewoman nods at the assembled roster as they follow Mac, unbeknownst to him. Mac emerges to a smattering of positive response, but it is clear that he and his compatriots are on rival turf. As Mac gets halfway down the ramp, Eddie begins to protest as the crowd buzz begins to swell. Following Mac is every OOWF wrestler competing this evening – aside from Alexander Darling and Jack Quinn, though Matt Folz is a perfectly acceptable stand-in – and a couple of the trainees not booked for the show. Mac is unaware until Zed runs up and tries to hype him up. Mac, startled at first, turns around and sees the group, even Bridget O’Malley kind of, egging him on. Mac, now emboldened, rushes the ring and swings the strap in all directions as if he’s a dime-store Bruiser Brody. Eddie and Creech head for higher ground until Mac settles himself. Eddie and Creech re-enter the ring while AEW ring announcer Justin Roberts introduces the combatants big-match style.
Creech takes the strap from Mac and fastens it to both men before calling for the bell. Eddie and Mac go nose to nose, talking trash as the assembled OOWF wrestlers pound on the apron. Eddie’s protests convince Creech to send the gang behind the barrier with a convenient number of empty seats for the group to sit in. During the commotion, Mac hangs the towel in his corner before Eddie tries to tug Mac into the opposite corner, but Mac shifts his weight and holds strong, sending things into a tug-of-war with Mac gaining a bit of an edge before Eddie rushes and decks him with a strap-aided forearm. Eddie grabs enough slack to loop some of the strap and swings wildly with Mac ducking at the last second. As Eddie stumbles past, Mac trips him up to send him face-first into the second turnbuckle. Mac gets the same idea that Eddie had seconds before and tries to whip his opponent, but Eddie rolls away. Both men, now standing, forego the strap and engage in a hockey fight with about a dozen rounds exchanged before Eddie stumbles Mac with a right across the jaw. Eddie then gathers enough of the strap to clothesline Mac down to the mat, where Eddie begins to go to work with strap-aided punches and a few face-washes, complete with trash talk.
RUSS: “Eddie is basically telling Mac that he doesn’t belong here. That he is a stain in wrestling.” RAZZ: “If Mac doesn’t exit this predicament soon, he’ll become a stain on the mat. Eddie Kingston is giving him the work!”
Mac reaches up to block a punch from Eddie and is able to escape underneath Eddie’s mount, using the strap to pull Eddie inside-out and onto his back. From there, Mac sits Eddie up, using his strapped arm as a straight jacket sleeve before sending a series of kicks to the spine. With each kick, Mac’s expression seems to develop more rage. A sharp kick to the base of Eddie’s neck sends him down with Mac immediately going into a ground-and-pound attack, this time with Mac shouting verbal abuse at the New Yorker.
RUSS: “Mac Flasher wants respect. He is tired of being treated as a joke. He wants Eddie Kingston and the world to know what Mac Flasher truly is in this sport.”
Mac stops the punches and begins jawing at Eddie, giving him an opening to rake his eyes and gain separation. Eddie rolls away and jerks Mac to the mat while attempting to wrap the strap around his throat. He’s almost successful a couple of times only be thwarted by Mac biting his fingers. Finally Eddie clocks Mac on the side of the head and gets the strap around his throat. Mac reaches up and rakes Eddie’s eyes to loosen the grip. Mac slips away and tries to catch his breath before ducking an Eddie charge. Mac is able to halt Eddie in his tracks with a quick pull of the strap before hitting a lungblower. Mac tries to cover, since this is pinfall or submission and not touch all four corners because that’s super-dumb, and gets 1. Eddie thumbs Mac in the eye and then gets the first good series of whacks in, arching Mac’s back with each strapping. Mac drops to a knee and takes even more punishment as you can see some red seeping through Mac’s yellow Pittsburgh Pirates shirt. Mac tries to roll to the outside, but Eddie drags him back in and starts working more blows to the head, including a strap to the forehead that seemingly slices Mac open. Eddie drops down and starts working the cut with punches, palm strikes and even a bite. As he’s trying to pry at the wound, Mac jabs Eddie in the throat to gain a bit of space. A dropping fist by Eddie misses as Mac rolls behind and wraps the strap around Eddie’s throat. After Eddie is on the mat, Mac stands up and starts stomping Eddie’s head while it is pulled up by the strap. Eddie falls limp as Mac rolls him over and gets 2. Eddie tries to stand as Mac yanks him into the corner and starts to drop a series of rights on Eddie. Mac then uses the strap to whip Eddie into the opposite corner, following close behind before hitting a corner splash. This repeats itself twice over before Eddie sidesteps Mac. Eddie tries a rollup and gets 2 as a bit of blood is visible on Eddie’s forehead.
RAZZ: “Both men are busted open. We’ve rarely seen Mac fight with a crimson mask, how will he respond? This isn’t the time to find out that he doesn’t like seeing his own blood.” RUSS: He’s been taking the fight to Eddie for a while since he got busted open, I think he’ll be fine. He’s not going to let OOWF down.”
The two men stand up and start chopping each other before that becomes a slap fight, which Eddie wins. Eddie tries to hit a Northern Lights suplex on Mac, but is blocked as Mac hits a DDT. With Eddie stunned on the mat, Mac climbs the nearest turnbuckle to hit a flying elbow drop only for Eddie to yank him down unceremoniously.
RUSS: “Mac Flasher just landed on his head! He took a risk and he is paying for it now!”
Eddie stands a woozy Mac up and hits a spinning backfist, getting 2. Eddie repeats the sequence and gets 2.5. Again, Eddie nails Mac who can barely stand at this point, getting 2.9 as Mac seemingly spasmed more than kicked out. With Eddie shouting “STAY DOWN!” at Mac, he pulls him up again only for Mac to pull him into small package that gets 2. Mac, still very shaky, ducks another backfist attempt, and pulls Eddie into position for the Duquesne Incline, though Eddie is able to backdrop Mac onto his head again. A cover gets 2 with Eddie pounding the mat in frustration.
RUSS: “Mac Flasher is fighting like this is the final match of his career. He may not know his name after tonight, but he’s going to be certain that Eddie Kingston respects it!”
As Eddie argues count speed with Creech, Mac gets up and spins Eddie around, booting him in the stomach and connecting on a lightning-quick Flash Drive. Mac tries to make the cover, but he falls right beside Eddie. Creech starts a 10 count, getting to 6 before Mac starts to stir and drape an arm over Eddie. Eddie kicks out at 2 as the OOWF contingent at ringside was convinced that was it. Mac sits up and puts his head in his hands as Eddie rolls over and tries to roll him up, getting 2. Eddie tries to roll outside, but Mac drags him in to pay back the strapping from earlier, getting six or seven good licks in before starting to stumble around. Mac collapses on the mat. Before Creech can check on him, Eddie pounces with a strap-aided dragon sleeper hold that immediately has Mac gasping and kicking. While Eddie locked in the hold, Bridget O’Malley hopped the barrier without emotion. Creech, going for the arm test method, drops Mac’s arm twice before the third drop summons a bit of spirit from Mac. Bridget watches closely, but is the only OOWF member present not encouraging Mac.
RAZZ: “She probably wants to get a closer look at his suffering. While I normally condone that behavior, tonight isn’t that night.”
Eddie releases the dragon sleeper and sets a groggy Mac on his knees before locking in a regular rear choke while staring down the OOWF ringside brigade. With Firewoman trying to call Bridget back, not knowing what she’s doing or thinking, Eddie squeezes harder, causing the blood pulsing to Mac’s head to come out faster. With Mac’s head a brilliant shade of purple, he’s still trying to loosen Eddie’s grip before a yellow towel falls in front of the two and in sight of Creech, who calls for the bell.
Your winner (referee stoppage, towel - 17:45), Eddie Kingston! AEW leads 1-0.
Eddie releases the hold as Bridget climbs into the ring. Creech drops down to check on Mac while Eddie drops down and gives Mac a respect hug as Creech gets him in a seated position. Mac glances at the towel on the canvas and sees Bridget in the corner. Putting 2 and 2 together, Mac shoots up and immediately questions the still-expressionless Bridget, passing out during the fledgling argument. Creech calls for medics from the back as Bridget slowly exits the ring, not even looking at Mac. The remaining OOWF crew wait at the ramp to aid in getting Mac up the ramp with Eddie walking beside the stretcher.
• Jeff Mangyuniku vs. Kenny Omega “King of the Clouds” plays out Jeff Mangyuniku as Josie tags along until Jeff is halfway down the ramp. Jeff and Josie bow, smile and fist bump as a small Josie chant fills the arena. Josie runs up as Jeff enters the ring. “Battle Cry” cuts in as Kenny Omega, with Don Callis in tow, sizes up Jeff. While viewers at home see the usual Kenny theatrics, Jeff is patiently waiting for his opponent. Big-match intros from Justin Roberts, as is the case all night. Kenny, underestimating his opponent, offers a free shot to the jaw as Aubrey Edwards calls for the bell. Kenny closes his eyes, not seeing the dropkick that Jeff lands right on Kenny’s cheek. Kenny stumbles out of the ring with Jeff in close pursuit. Jeff throws a pair of haymakers and a lariat that turns Kenny ass over teakettle before Callis steps in between the two to stop the assault.
RUSS: “Who knew that someone in the Mangyuniku family could fight?” RAZZ: “Someone had to get Sizzlechest’s lunch money back in middle school.” RUSS: “Jeff is 19. He’s 11 years younger than Sizzlechest, that would have made him a toddler.” RAZZ: “My money still would have been on Jeff.”
The action resumes in the ring as Kenny gains control and begins to work the arm and backs Jeff into a corner before a patronizing clean break. Kenny dusts off Jeff as he brushes off the hands, spins Kenny into the corner and gives a patronizing clean break of his own. Kenny smiles, Jeff nods and the two lock up with Kenny yanking Jeff down to the mat by his hair. A knee drop misses as it appears Jeff has Kenny very well scouted. Kenny kips up, still smiling, as he angles for a test of strength. As Jeff offers his right arm, Kenny hits a ripcord V-Trigger that gets 2. Kenny now on a bit more aggressive pace, works knee drops on the hammer locked arm of Jeff before trying to get a submission from a bridging hammerlock. Jeff is able to slide the distance to the ropes and drape his ankle on the apron to get the break. With Edwards admonishing Kenny for breaking at 4, Callis grabs the ankle of Jeff as he’s trying to stand, yanking him back to the mat unceremoniously. Kenny starts throwing kicks to the back before running the ropes and hitting a low crossbody for 2.
As Kenny runs the ropes again, Jeff pops ups and catches him in a flapjack and tries to get Kenny cinched into a Doom Cloud (cobra clutch suplex) before Kenny bails to the outside. Jeff quickly climbs the ropes and hits a suicide dropkick that pushes Kenny over the barrier and into the crowd. As Jeff waits in the ring, Kenny makes his way to the apron and eggs Jeff to attack him there. Jeff obliges with a dropkick to the face that sends him to the railing. Jeff drops to the outside and starts to throw bombs on Kenny, who stumbles to a leaning position on the nearest ringside post. Jeff sizes Kenny up and attempts a Shining Wizard, only for Kenny to duck out of danger as Jeff clangs the post with his shin, dropping to the ground in immediate agony.
RUSS: “Jeff tried to seize the moment with that kick that would have put Kenny’s lights out, but he might have been outsmarted by the ring veteran.” RAZZ: “Might have been? Look at Kenny pointing to his head. He lured him into that mistake.”
Kenny rolls Jeff into the ring and begins to slow the pace with a front face lock, leaning all of his weight on Jeff’s neck and shoulders. Kenny, then props his feet on the nearby ropes to add pressure with Edwards none the wiser. This goes on for roughly two minutes until Edwards catches Kenny on the ropes and calls for a break, which happens at 4. As Jeff is trying to catch his bearings, Kenny stomps him down before stepping away. Jeff gets to a knee, setting himself up perfectly to receive a V-Trigger, which gets 2. Kenny backs off the cover and sets up for another V-Trigger, but gets caught in an Exploder Suplex that sends Kenny rolling outside as Jeff catches his air inside. Kenny crawls back in and gets to his knees, with Jeff rising at the same time as the two slug it out with Jeff gaining a slight advantage. A series of forearm shivers bends Kenny backwards in a daze with Jeff popping up and nearly hitting a running double stomp with Kenny scrambling away as Jeff was in mid-air. Jeff keeps the pressure on Kenny, cinching in a rear waist lock with a pair of deadlift German Suplexes wowing the crowd. A third try is reversed as Kenny hits a pair of his own, bridging the second to get 2. Jeff ducks another V-Trigger and sweeps Kenny’s leg before a kip-up and standing moonsault get 2. With Kenny laying on the mat, Jeff drags him closer to a corner and heads up the ropes while Kenny staggers to his feet. A missile dropkick hits Kenny flush on the jaw, getting 2.9 as the Daily’s Place crowd had collective heart palpitations.
RUSS: “We almost witnessed a colossal upset. It would have eclipsed Villanova-Georgetown in 1985. It would have been more monumental than Super Bowl III. The Miracle on Ice would have had company.” RAZZ: “Listen, Russ. Maybe Jeff is just that good.”
With Kenny shaking the cobwebs, Jeff looks to the crowd and screams while crouching in position. As Kenny stands, Jeff grabs an arm and attempts Kaze Ni Nare (ripcord lariat), only for Kenny to duck and shove Jeff into the nearest corner. As Jeff stumbles back, Kenny hoists the youngster on his shoulders, delivering a One-Winged Angel. That gets 3 with Jeff kicking out at 5.
Your winner (pinfall - 15:29), Kenny Omega! AEW now leads 2-0.
Postmatch, Kenny slumps in a corner and slowly rolls out with little flair as Jeff sits dejected in the ring. Josie, with Beverly Cambridge sprinting after her, heads to ringside to console Jeff before helping him onto his feet and out of the ring.
*the feed finds Kylie Mignolio and Bridget O’Malley in the OOWF locker room as Bridget is staring through the wall as Kylie leans in*
KYLIE: “Hey. Bridget. What’s going on in that head of yours? What was with throwing the towel in Mac’s match? Is your head even here right now?” BRIDGET: “I’ll be fine … Just … Let me focus. We’re down 2-0 and now you and I have to win this match or we’re done.” KYLIE: “I see the scoreboard, too, but am I going to have a tag partner who has her attention on the match she’s in or on the match she ended?” BRIDGET: “…” KYLIE: “I get it. Mac was in a bad way. Nobody blames you for what you did. You acted out of concern and care. But if you’re doing that for Mac, you have to let him back …” BRIDGET: “I know what you’re trying to do. You’re trying to get me to say something that I don’t mean just because I basically saved a person’s life in that ring! Nobody else understood what was going to happen. Mac was never going to give up. He was going to die first. Did you want that? Did you want Mac Flasher to be dead because he never learned that he can live to fight another day? Because that’s what was going to happen with that blood loss and the choke that was on him. If this is going to happen every time that someone saves Mac from himself, I’ll make sure that it’s not me next time. Now can we just win this damn match without someone bringing Mac up?”
*Bridget storms away as the feed cuts back to the ring*
• Kylie Mignolio-Bridget O’Malley vs. Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.-Jamie Hayter “The Epic” hits as Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D and Jamie Hayter enter as one. Both step inside the ring with their normal swagger while their music cuts off and “Crown on the Ground” plays out Bridget O’Malley as she walks toward the ring with a 1,000-yard stare. She stops at the bottom of the ramp to turn and wait for her tag partner, not noticing that Kylie Mignolio walked outside beside Bridget, almost in lockstep.
RUSS: “A huge gesture by Kylie Mignolio, sacrificing her own entrance to show unity with Bridget O’Malley.” RAZZ: “Would have been great had Bridget noticed before they were almost in the ring.”
The Frenemies enter the ring, Kylie with a bit more bounce in her step than Bridget as OOWF ring announcer Mike Elevenbee gets the honors for this bout. Bridget and Britt open the match for their respective teams as Gavin “Junior” Hale signals for the bell. Britt and Bridget lock up with Bridget using her slight height advantage to gain enough leverage to muscle Britt down. Britt escapes quickly with a go-behind waist lock and tries to toss Bridget to the mat, but Bridget stands her ground with Britt releasing the lock. The two tie up again with Britt using Bridget’s hair to get a side headlock sealed in, but Hale sees the pull and requests a break. A third tie-up has Bridget backing Britt into the Frenemies’ corner, where Kylie tags in and hits a few flash kicks on Britt, sending the Punxsutawney, Pa. native to a slumped position in the corner. Kylie rushes in with a double-knee attack that doesn’t get all of Britt’s head, but enough to knock her woozy for a sec. Kylie pulls Britt toward the center of the ring and tries a La Magistral cradle, but gets clocked by Jamie making a preemptive save. Jamie then pulls Britt to their corner and tags herself in legally.
RUSS: “For now, it looks like The Frenemies are on the same page. Excellent teamwork.” RAZZ: “They’ll only be as good as the next thing to distract Bridget O’Malley. It’s clear that her time away from OOWF only made her more of a headcase.”
Jamie uses her size advantage over the diminutive Kylie to power her into a corner, but to no avail as Kylie’s speed enables her to escape danger. The cat-and-mouse game continues as Jamie’s swipe get nothing but the air previously occupied by Kylie until Bridget tags herself in as Kylie finds herself in her team’s corner. Bridget goes nose-to-nose with Jamie for a good 20 seconds with Bridget not saying a word as Jamie delivers a hellacious tongue-lashing. A quip about Mac Flasher sends Bridget over the edge as the Pennsylvanian unloads a series of forearms and whips Jamie into the ropes with an O’Mallet (Polish Hammer) in mind before Britt holds Jamie back and coaxes her outside to discuss strategy. With the two huddling, they don’t see Kylie running across the apron before hitting a Shooting Star Crossbody on the pair, sending all three to the floor. Kylie, who suffered the least damage, grabs Jamie and sends her back into the ring where Bridget tries Red Death, only for Jamie to duck it and land an uppercut to stagger Bridget. With Jamie on the advantage, Britt pops up and grabs Kylie to send her crashing into the barrier. With Hale checking on the commotion outside, Britt rolls in and helps Jamie with a 2-on-1 attack on Bridget. As Hale is able to chase Britt back to the outside, Jamie delivers heavy blows to Bridget and then a rear chinlock as the pace ticks down a few notches. Bridget starts to fade a bit while Kylie makes her way back up to the apron and starts to encourage her partner by slapping the top turnbuckle pad. Bridget starts to get a bit more upright just as Jamie rakes her eyes before yanking her back down and reapplying the hold. Jamie barks taunts at Kylie who is drawn into the ring before Hale cuts her off. While Hale is playing escort, Britt sneaks in and takes over for Jamie with a loud clap by Jamie echoing through the arena as she exits. Hale looks at Britt and questions her, but is easily swayed that she tagged in legally.
Bridget looks to be almost out before a second wind takes over. Bridget powers up and carries Britt to a neutral corner, where she backs the Good Doctor in and manages a break of the hold before falling on her face. Britt stays on the attack with stomps and a kick, and most importantly taunts as Kylie remains optimistic that her encouragement will get Britt to the corner to make a very important tag. Britt misses a middle-rope elbow drop, giving Bridget an opening that almost leads to a desperation tag before Jamie darts over and clocks Kylie with a forearm to send her tumbling off if the apron. Jamie and Britt double team Bridget, ending the sequence with a wishbone as Britt resumes her solo attack with a leg lock that has Hale checking on a submission from Bridget. Kylie steps back onto the apron and tries to get the scant amount of OOWF die-hards who managed to buy a ticket behind Bridget. Bridget begins to claw at Britt’s face, to no avail, though she is a bit more successful with a palm strike to Britt’s temple. With Britt on a knee, Bridget starts a crawl to her corner, but is cut off by Britt grabbing her ankle before a possible lunge. The two struggle before Bridget is able to get a heel to Britt’s stomach, doubling her over and giving the needed space to get a tag to Kylie.
Kylie comes in with both barrels blazing on Britt, hitting quick-strike attacks and even having some for Jamie as she enters the ring uninvited. While Kylie is delivering anything in her striking arsenal to both opponents, Bridget ends her short breather and unleashes a lariat on Jamie to send her out of the ring. As that happens, Kylie sends Britt into the corner and then sets herself in position for a Victory Roll that gets a flash 3 with Jamie breaking away from Bridget just a split-second late to make the save.
Your winners (pinfall, 15:46), The Frenemies! AEW now leads 2-1.
Jamie, still wanting a fight, begins to pummel Kylie after the bell with Britt and Bridget pairing off. Bridget and Kylie start to get the better of the brewing brawl before officials from both companies rush in to break it up. While Britt and Jamie are apoplectic on the outside, the Frenemies hug to celebrate, though Bridget’s expression indicates that her mind is back on vacation.
• Zed vs. Bryan Danielson Before the entrances are made, the Jericho Appreciation Society makes its way to ringside to occupy some of the front-row seats previously used by OOWF wrestlers during the Mac Flasher-Eddie Kingston match. Chris Jericho leads the fans in multiple refrains of “Judas” before it’s cut off in favor of “Shoot to Thrill.” Zed, with The Reverend BRICK~! jogs to the ring, receiving the warmest applause of any of the OOWF combatants so far this evening. As Zed bounces off of the ropes before taking a seat on the top turnbuckle in his corner, “Born For Greatness” plays out Bryan Danielson. With Bryan inside the ring, Mike Elevenbee makes the introductions with AEW official Paul Turner checking both men for foreign objects and calling for the bell shortly afterward. The two circle the ring as a modest “THIS IS AWESOME!” chant permeates through the ringside seats.
RUSS: “This one will be a treat. Two of the best in the business about to lock horns.” RAZZ: “And you hope that Zed can draw things even with a win, because while I trust Beverly Cambridge to come through. It’s Banned From Everywhere in the next match that bothers me. If AEW is down 3-1 before that match, we might be out of jobs in five matches tonight.”
Zed makes first contact, sending a boot to the stomach of Bryan, who replies with a series of chops until Zed hits a belly-to-belly suplex for a quick count of 1. Zed misses a knee drop as Bryan tries an early Labell Lock, but Zed is easily able to escape as the two return to a standing position. The two then grapple before trading hammerlocks with Bryan getting the latter advantage that allows him to drop down, trip up Zed and roll into a leg lock. Zed struggles free and catches Bryan with a hiptoss. Bryan kips up as another stalemate draws applause from everyone except the Jericho Appreciation Society. Zed tries to go in for a headlock before Bryan reverses it and puts Zed on the canvas. Bryan floats over and attempts to put Zed in an Indian Death Lock, but Zed is able to scramble to the ropes and eventually to the outside where he gets too close to the barrier and gets a swipe from Sammy Guevara for his trespass. Bryan drops to the outside and jaws with Guevara before Jake Hager face-washes both Bryan and Zed with Chris barking out taunts. Bryan takes a swipe at anyone in purple, connecting with Jake while Zed decks Sammy. Both men get back into the ring and begin anew, grappling to another stalemate.
Bryan opens the next sequence with an elbow strike that rocks Zed, putting him on the defensive as Bryan tries a number of submissions to no avail as Zed is able to wiggle free from most or at least get to the ropes. Bryan allows Zed to get to his feet, which proved to be a mistake as a double-leg takedown and Zed’s own tries at a submission don’t get too far before Bryan can roll away. As Zed approaches, Bryan puts him in a small package that gets 2. Bryan stays on the attack, grinding Zed’s face into the mat while locking on a full nelson. Zed is able to break the hold, turn his hips and escape with a few knees to the ribs. Zed runs wild with a pair of clotheslines and a gutwrench suplex that gets him 2. Zed starts to work on Bryan’s shoulder, ramming him in multiple corners before dumping him outside and into the barrier. With Zed catching a breath, he’s pressed into saving his opponent as the JAS is playing the part of unofficial lumberjacks for this match, while Turner is the least bit aware. Zed runs Bryan into the railing on another side of the ring. Bryan fights back with a headbutt and then a dive from the apron, but Zed brushes him aside and then rolls him back in the ring for a DDT that gets 2. Zed rolls Bryan onto his stomach and locks in a double chickenwing, eventually muscling Bryan into the air into Moment of Zed, which gets 2.5. Zed pounds the mat, mostly to fire himself up as he approaches Bryan. With Zed leaning down, Bryan is able to goozle Zed on the middle rope and deliver a running knee to the neck that puts Zed down for 2. Zed slowly makes his way to a standing position before Bryan nails him with a lariat and peppers him with stomps and a few kicks. Bryan attempts to put a cross arm breaker on Zed, but can’t get the North Carolinian’s hands separated to extend the arm before Zed slides the action to the ropes to get the break. Bryan boots Zed to the outside, in front of the JAS, which swears to behave as Turner has his eyes on the group this time. Turner’s count gets to 6 before Zed slides back in, right into a Labell Lock try that goes nowhere as Zed slips right back out. Bryan follows and takes the fight to the outside as Daniel Garcia hops the rail and jumps on the apron to occupy Turner as the JAS hammer away in a 5-on-2 attack on both combatants before the duo starts to gain a measure of an advantage with both swinging at anything that moves and gaining enough space to bail out. The two get back into the ring as Turner chases Daniel off and begin unloading slaps and chops on each other with the chests of both men glowing red after a few rounds. A headbutt from Bryan gives him a temporary advantage as the JAS begins to insert itself into matters. Turner catches Matt Menard and Angelo Parker trying to swipe at Zed’s ankles and ejects the entire group. One by one, they file out and protest to an uncaring Turner while Bryan and Zed are still battling inside. Zed hits a GTH on Bryan, getting about 8 if Turner would have been in position. With Bryan still dazed on his back, Zed ascends to the top turnbuckle with The Answer in mind, but Chris had hidden behind the barrier on the ground before the ejection and clocks Zed’s ankle with his trusty bat Floyd to send him tumbling off. Bryan instinctively cradles the downed Zed with Turner turning around to see the pinfall attempt, snapping off 3 as Zed kicks out a second late.
Your winner (pinfall, 16:28), Bryan Danielson! AEW leads 3-1.
Chris waves the rest of the JAS back to ringside with a beatdown of both wrestlers commencing before officials spill out of the back, including OOWF General Manager Firewoman and All Elite Wrestling President Tony Khan, who are in a dead heat to enter the ring first. As the two are in the ring, Chris pulls a microphone from his jacket.
CHRIS: “You mean to tell me that AEW can have this crossover show with another company, call it a showcase and not have a single wrestler from the Jericho Appreciation Society on the card. I’d expect this kind of idiocy from what OOWF calls an executive …” *Chris winks at Firewoman* “… But Tony, the man I’m making rich every time I come to this ring and perform, did not feel the need to give me a match. I’d have beaten Flasher. I’d have beaten Zed. I’d beat that kid brother of that stupid idiot Sizzlebeef Manchest or whatever. I am the lifeblood of AEW and I’m on the sidelines for this monumental event. Explain that to me Tony.”
TONY: “It’s because …”
FIREWOMAN: “It’s because I refused to let anyone in OOWF fight you before I got to you first. You see …”
CHRIS: “Quiet, little miss Firewoman. The men in this ring are talking.”
*Chris puts his hand in Firewoman’s face. Firewoman takes a beat, grabs his wrist and twists it all the way around his back into a hammerlock*
FIREWOMAN: “I don’t care who you are. Or who you were. I don’t care that you were my friend, my rescuer, my trainer, my manager, my lover, my fiancé . No one … NO ONE disrespects me or my wrestlers in MY RING.”
CHRIS *wincing in pain*: “YOUR RING? Look around, lover. You’re in Jacksonville, not Asheville, or wherever that loser school of yours is in Texas. This is MY ring.”
*Chris reverses the hold and sends Firewoman into the corner. She counters easily and ducks a haymaker. As the two are about to square up, Tony gets between them*
TONY: “NO MIXED GENDER FIGHTING!”
CHRIS: “I should be on this card! I am the main attraction of AEW. I should be in the main event for this company! Not those bozos, Moxley and Castagnoli.”
FIREWOMAN: “So let’s make it happen. I’ll make the match right now!”
FIREWOMAN: “Just name the opponent.”
CHRIS *taken aback at the challenge actually being accepted*: “Well … I … There’s no one here who is worthy enough to hold my jockstrap, much less get in the ring with me.”
FIREWOMAN: “I’m pretty sure no one wants to touch that."
TONY: “The card is what the card is.”
CHRIS: “What about your brother? Maybe he can namaste me to sleep out of boredom.”
*Firewoman is enraged at the insult, clenching her fist and fuming*
CHRIS: “Or your ex-husband … Not that he’s bothered to show up. Probably embarrassed to be show his face since he dropped off the face of the earth.”
*Firewoman’s balled fist gets tighter*
CHRIS: “I mean, it’s not like your current husband can even stand, much less wrestle. I’d have a bigger challenge from Patrick.”
*Chris barely gets Patrick’s name out when a right cross connects, driving him backward. Lucky has finally got to the ring and leaps in between Fire and Jericho*
LUCKY: “I won’t. You can’t.”
*the security that broke up the JAS beatdown pulls Firewoman and Chris apart while the feed cuts to a vignette of The Woodsmen, who are scheduled to debut in two weeks if there is an OOWF to debut in*
• Banned From Everywhere (with Katie Bardoor and Pork) vs. Best Friends (with Danhausen and Orange Cassidy) “Insane in the Brain” breaks the silence as the wildest scene that Jacksonville has seen in ages commences as Awesome Bill from Dawsonville and Justin Sane run out in a frenzied state, while proteges Katie Bardoor and Pork follow with Drunkey and Drunkette on leashes. Banned From Everywhere do what they can to win over the crowd before “Best Friends” interrupts and brings out Best Friends with Orange Cassidy and Danhausen in tow. The quartet approach ringside, though Danhausen is unsure of what to make of the donkey tandem accompanying Banned From Everywhere. Eventually the combatants are left in the ring with Davis Hightower bringing the teams in for pre-match instructions. The teams break away and huddle before Trent Baretta, the supposed spokesperson of the group, whispers in Hightower’s ear. Hightower considers what Trent said for a second before leaning over to ring announcer Justin Roberts with a comment.
JUSTIN: “Ladies and gentlemen, I have just been informed by official Davis Hightower that at the request of both teams, this match will be fought under Texas Tornado rules!”
Both teams applaud the decision as Hightower calls for the bell with Awesome Bill and Trent pairing off while Chuck Taylor and Justin begin trading blows.
RUSS: “Does Davis Hightower have the authority to do this?” RAZZ: “Justin Roberts thinks he did, and that’s good enough for me! Let’s see a brawl!”
Chuck manages to push Justin to the outside where Danhausen and Orange observe. Justin sees the two and backs away quickly, taking a clothesline from Chuck as he turned around. Trent and Awesome Bill are pounding away at each other while Katie, barely able to contain herself, eggs Banned From Everywhere on. Awesome Bill eventually gets the upper-hand, sending Trent into a corner and monkey flipping him out of it to get 1. While that’s going on, Justin and Chuck brawl a bit too close to Drunkey, who charges Chuck. Justin tries a High-Risk Headlock and gets dumped in the crowd as Chuck gets into the ring and aids Trent in his battle against Awesome Bill, starting a sequence of slick double-team offense that concludes with a double flapjack that gets 2 before Katie pulls Chuck off of Awesome Bill. Justin returns, just to eat a lariat from Trent, as Chuck hammers away at Awesome Bill in the corner. Trent misses a charge on Justin and stumbles to the outside in front of Pork, who seemingly wants nothing to do with any sort of fighting while he’s handling the two donkeys. Trent nods at Pork before turning around to an eager Katie, who just wants to fight someone. Katie lifts Trent and places him on the apron, just before Justin dropkicks him off of it and into Katie and Pork, causing the latter to lose grip on the leashes with Drunkey and Drunkette quickly running off.
With Pork giving chase to the donkeys through the seating area, Orange slowly walks over to Katie with his hands in his pockets and delivers a devastating series of low-speed kicks to both of her legs. How Katie is able to stand after such a brutal attack defies science. Katie endures Orange’s big finale before throwing a regular-speed left hook that sends Orange stumbling back to the apron. Katie smiles and begins a series of low-speed kicks on Orange, eventually helping him to his feet and brushing him off because she just appreciated the fight. While that’s going on, Danhausen rolls in the ring and attempts to put a curse on Justin, who escapes the supernatural circumstance with a DOUUUUUUUGGGGGHHHHAAAAAWWWWWWKKKKKK!
The lights go out as an audio supercut of every instance where Al Pacino drops the F-bomb in “Scarface” plays over the PA system. A loud boom, not unlike the sound of pans hitting the floor, follows just before a tear-jerking rendition of “My Heart Will Go On” is played on a triangle. The lights come back on as Danhausen has seemingly cursed a confused tandem of Trent and Chuck, both of whom are unaware that Drunkey and Drunkette are standing behind them. Awesome Bill charges and clotheslines both members of Best Friends over the donkeys as Justin rushes in to pin Chuck with Hightower counting 3.
Your winners (pinfall, 12:32), Banned From Everywhere! AEW now leads 3-2.
Banned From Everywhere celebrates with its entire contingent in the ring while a stammering Danhausen struggles to comprehend the power of the DOUUUUUUUGGGGGHHHHAAAAAWWWWWWKKKKKK! that he just witnessed.
• Beverly Cambridge vs. Hikaru Shida “Cut the Cord” bellows through the arena as Beverly Cambridge steps out to a smattering of applause. The most-recent OOWF world champion makes her way to the ring and uses the corner to stretch while her music fades and “Shining Samurai” signals the arrival of Hikaru Shida. The ladies nod in respect during Mike Elevenbee’s ring introductions, with Mel Creech calling for the bell.
RUSS: “Mel Creech pulling double duty tonight with OOWF officials getting four of a possible seven in-ring assignments.” RAZZ: “Say what you will about the executive acumen of Firewoman, but she swung quite a few factors to OOWF’s advantage in recent days.”
The ladies circle the ring with the audience clapping in unison to Hikaru’s cadence. Beverly grabs a headlock, which is reversed by Hikaru and re-reversed by Beverly until Hikaru slips out. Both women try for a standing dropkick and get nothing but air, creating a stand-off and requisite applause. Beverly gains control out of a tie-up, backing Hikaru into a corner and breaking before Creech can even request it. Hikaru kicks away Beverly’s try at another tie-up, following with a pair of kicks to Beverly’s left leg to cut her down. Hikaru then hits a basement dropkick on the downed Beverly, rolling that to a half-crab submission. Beverly reaches the ropes to get the break, but Hikaru stays on the attack by pulling Beverly to the middle of the ring and cinching in a body vice. Hikaru then works Beverly to the corner and hits a series of quick strikes before turning Beverly upside-down and hanging her in the tree of woe, connecting on another basement dropkick.
After falling from the corner, Beverly shakes off the cobwebs and fires back with a series of forearm shivers and an uppercut that has Hikaru reeling. A Northern Lights Suplex gets 2 before Beverly pops up and hits a double stomp on the downed Hikaru, prompting her to roll out of danger to the outside. Beverly greets Hikaru upon reentry with an uppercut and Slingblade, which also gets 2. Beverly then grabs one of Hikaru’s legs to put her in a Stretch Muffler, drawing a few shrieks, but not a submission. Hikaru rolls out of the submission, but walks into a palm strike that gets 2. A standing moonsault misses, giving Hikaru a bit of air before Beverly gets a flash rollup for 2. Hikaru stomps her way through Beverly, eventually working her way into an abdominal stretch. Beverly hip tosses her way out of the hold, but takes a second too long to catch her breath as Hikaru dazes her with roughly a dozen quick strikes from all appendages, the last being a crescent kick that puts Beverly on the floor.
With Beverly temporarily unaware of her surroundings, Hikaru runs the apron and delivers a Meteora that sends Beverly crashing into the barrier. Hikaru, cranking up the tempo, sends Beverly inside and throws a few knee and shin strikes that put Beverly on Dream Street. A Shining Wizard attempt, however, is caught as Beverly powers up – with Hikaru in her arms – from a kneeling position to just dump her to the outside and get a few moments of rest as Hikaru waits until 8 to get back into the ring. Hikaru bounces off the ropes with a knee strike in mind, but gets caught in a belly-to-belly suplex that gets 2. The women exchange a heated series of chops as Hikaru gains the upper-hand with a chop that seemingly got a bit close to the throat. Hikaru backs off as Creech checks on a gasping Beverly, who is not willing to call it a night just yet.
As Creech gives the blessing to continue, Hikaru charges into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker from Beverly, who rolls into a Labell Lock try, that Hikaru fights by locking her own hands before Beverly can secure the arm. Hikaru wiggles free but gets stomped down by Beverly until Hikaru catches a boot and rolls into a heel hook submission try that Beverly endures for roughly a minute until Beverly makes the ropes. Hikaru catches Beverly in a butterfly suplex that gets 2. Beverly takes a second to get up, but catches a charging Hikaru and dumps her head-first onto the apron before sending her to the floor with a booming lariat. On the outside, the women battle around the ring before rolling back in at Creech’s count of 9. Back inside, Beverly drops down and catches Hikaru with a Pele Kick to stun her. Beverly trips Hikaru from behind and secures an STF that eventually becomes another Labell Lock try that is thwarted when Hikaru scampers to the ropes. Beverly, now a touch frustrated, drops her focus for a second only to get scooped into an Air Raid Crash that gets 2. Hikaru tries for a Labell Lock of her own, securing it but releasing as Beverly is able to turn her legs toward the nearby ropes. Shida takes Beverly and places her on the top turnbuckle, setting up for a Superplex. On the way down, Beverly somehow is able to flip over and wind up with a Labell Lock cinched in before impact. A winded Hikaru struggles but cannot escape, tapping out seconds after the landing.
Your winner (submission, 13:10), Beverly Cambridge! The series is now tied at 3.
As Hikaru groggily gets to her feet, Beverly goes in for a hug that draws cheers from most in the arena. The feed cuts to the back as most members of the OOWF locker room – minus the injured Mac Flasher, the yet-to-compete Jack Quinn and yet-to-be-accounted-for Alexander Darling – give Beverly a champion’s welcome as she returns.
The feed now shows a montage of recent happenings between Jack Quinn and Jon Moxley, with announcers also documenting that Alexander Darling has checked into the building today, per fob-swipe records given to them by arena security but has not been seen by anyone.
• Jack Quinn-Alexander Darling vs. Jon Moxley-Claudio Castagnoli “Uppercut Swingphony” draws out Claudio Castagnoli, who amps up the AEW sect of fans during his entrance, stepping into the ring as his theme fades out in favor of “Wild Thing,” which sends eyes searching for Jon Moxley as he enters through the crowd. As Jon and Claudio pair up in the corner, “King of the World” plays, but after 90 seconds there is still no Alexander Darling. “Scarecrow” interrupts as Jack Quinn heads out to see that he is fighting this battle by himself for the time being. While Jack keeps looking over his shoulder, Justin Roberts makes the in-ring introductions with an awkward moment ensuing as Justin introduces a not-present Alexander. While AEW official Bryce Remsburg is going over pre-match instructions, “Flame On” plays as OOWF General Manager Firewoman, now in apparent wrestling gear, dashes to the ring. She is cut off by ringside security just long enough for All Elite Wrestling President Tony Khan to make his way down.
Firewoman demands that she be substituted in the match as Jack’s partner, with Tony not budging. While Tony acknowledges the emergency substitute clause, he also points out the no inter-gender rule that he had written into the agreement.
TONY: “Unless YOU change your pronouns to ‘he/him’ in the next 30 seconds, your brother fights alone until his scheduled partner decides to show up.”
That comment sends Firewoman into a fit of rage as she lunges at Tony, but is carried off by AEW security as Tony instructs Justin to inform fans that Firewoman is ejected from ringside until the match concludes. Firewoman, now nuclear in her rage, starts to dismantle the AEW announce table and hits a Pretty Good Diamond Cutter on Excalibur until she is whisked away by security.
Back in the ring, Bryce calls for the bell as Jon, practically salivating, wants to start with Jack. Jon lunges in, only for Jack to sidestep him and deliver a drop toehold. Jack floats over to a headlock on the ground that he loses grip of when Jon rakes the eyes. Jon, not interested in the art of wrestling Jack, slaps him and demands that Jack stop being a coward and let Moosehead Jack out. Jack laughs off the demand before Jon spits in his face. That draws an “OOOOOOHHHHH!” from the fans, but Jack calmly wipes off the spittle and smiles at Jon.
RUSS: “Whether this is a mind game by Jack Quinn, or the actual Jack that we’ll see tonight, this has got to be frustrating to Jon Moxley.” RAZZ: “As long as Alexander Darling is AWOL, OOWF better be praying that Moosehead Jack comes out because Jack Quinn may not be enough to win this match by himself, but I’d put that faith in Moosehead Jack.”
Jack, still smiling, offers a test of strength to Jon and gets a middle finger in response. Jon reaches in to slap Jack, only to get blocked. Jack calmly releases Jon’s arm and nods. Jon, now teeming with anger, walks to his corner and tags in Claudio. Jack and Claudio start with a mat-wrestling clinic that sees multiple reversals and escapes from both parties, but no clear advantage. Claudio catches Jack with a European Uppercut and tries to hoist Jack up for a Swiss Death Forearm, but Jack counters with a Hurricanrana that gets 2.
RUSS: “Wait. Was that … Jack … Did he?” RAZZ: “Yes, and it got 2! What else has he been hiding from us all of these years?”
Jack continues on the offensive against Claudio, working a diverse array of strong-style strikes that Claudio is happy to exchange as the two battle to stalemate after stalemate. Claudio finally gets in front as an Irish Whip to Jack results in Jon blasting him with a boot to the small of the back. From there, Claudio shows off his strength with his lift- and throw-based offense, turning a deadlift gut wrench suplex into a count of 2. Jon gleefully tags in, slapping the downed Jack while continuing to demand Moosehead Jack. Jon dumps Jack the outside and runs him from pillar to post, opening a cut above Jack’s left eye in the process. Jon dabs his finger in the cut and puts it in his mouth before shoving Jack away. As Jack gets up and rolls into the ring, he looks toward the back as there is no sign of Alexander anywhere. Jon waits for Jack to turn around before whipping him from corner to corner and finishing the run with a corner clothesline. That gets 2. Jon, all the while still calling for Moosehead Jack, works quick tags with Claudio as they batter him with the clear-cut numbers advantage. While Jack is isolated in the Blackpool Combat Club’s corner, the feed goes to a split screen.
RUSS: “Fans, we’ve just been informed that Firewoman has located Alexander Darling. We’re going to keep the cameras rolling on the action, but we’ll also send you live to the back.”
*Fire is STORMING~! through the backstage area until she comes to a room. She pounds on the door, and when she gets no answer she steps back and kicks hard right next to the doorknob, which pops the door open. She bursts through the doorway to see Alexander Darling sitting there in a black hoodie while clutching an envelope*
FIREWOMAN: “WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING IN HERE!”
FIREWOMAN: “YOU HAVE A MATCH! IT IS GOING ON RIGHT NOW!”
ALEXANDER: “Look … I said I'd be here, I didn't say I'd partici—"
*Firewoman picks up something heavy and fragile and throws it against the far wall. That seems to get Alexander's attention and perhaps for the first time since his arrival, he actually looks up at her*
ALEXANDER: “What is your prob—“
FIREWOMAN: “My problem? MY PROBLEM? I know you hate my brother, but right now you're hanging him out to dry.”
FIREWOMAN: “SO~?! Alex …” *sigh* “… I don't know what's going on with you … but … I think you know how I feel about all of this, or at least you used to. If Jack loses, it's not just him that suffers … It's ALL of us. Tony Khan gets all the rights to all of our stuff … Our names … Our ROYALTIES ... EVERYTHING. Please … I'm begging you to put your animosity aside and do this ONE THING. If our friendship … Our marriage … Everything ever meant ANYTHING to you ... Please …"
*Alexander looks away as if he is bored. Firewoman stares at him in disbelief and then her wrist guards and adjusts her knee pads*
ALEXANDER: “What are you doing?”
FIREWOMAN: “What you SHOULD be doing. I don't even know you.”
ALEXANDER: “I'm the same person—"
FW: “BULLSHIT. The Alexander Fucking Darling I know wouldn't sit here and let his legacy be stripped away. The Alexander Fucking Darling I know would get in that ring and clean house, if for no other reason so that he could claim to be the hero of the day.”
ALEXANDER: “I thought you weren't supposed to be wrestling anymore.”
FIREWOMAN: “… The Alexander Fucking Darling I know wouldn't make me.”
*Firewoman gestures at Alexander in a mix of disgust and pity.”
FIREWOMAN: “Clearly … Alexander Fucking Darling left the building.”
The feed comes back to a full screen in the ring as Jack is fighting his way out of a Bulldog Choke from Jon. As Jack somehow gets to a standing position, commotion starts at the top of the entrance ramp as Firewoman gets about three steps past the curtain before security swarms her. While Firewoman starts to fire right hands to anyone wearing yellow, a man in a black hooded sweatshirt slowly walks past the fracas and steps onto the apron. As the buzz fills the arena, the man drops his hood to reveal Alexander Darling, though his expression indicates that he is far from interested in saving Jack.
RUSS: “ALEX. DARLING. IS. HERE!” RAZZ: “Sure, he’s here, Russ, but does he care?”
Jack battles his way to freedom when he instinctively turns to the corner and sees Alexander. Jack stops cold as if he’s seen a ghost, but extends his arm to the corner. Before Alexander can return the favor, Jon hammers Jack from behind and pulls him away from the corner. Alexander doesn’t seem all that concerned. Jon hammers away at Jack, repeatedly calling for Moosehead Jack while also pointing out that Alexander is scared. After Jon shoves a weakened Jack to the ground, he gets on the ground with Jack while also pantomiming reaching to his boot for a knife before standing up and taunting him with a wanking motion. Jon then strides over to Alexander and calls him a sundry of names before slapping him across the jaw. Alexander’s expression turns from disinterest to unhinged in a matter of seconds as his face is now beet red. While Alexander is not encouraging Jack, he’s at least making himself more available for a tag than before. Jon tags in Claudio who softens Jack up with a few uppercuts in the corner before signaling for the Giant Swing. Jack fights as much as he can, but eventually goes for the ride up to 20 revolutions before Claudio starts to lose his sense of balance a bit while keeping the ride going. As the crowd count gets to 30, Claudio stumbles enough to one side that Alexander is able to reach Jack’s arm for a tag that only Remsburg sees. Alexander comes in a house of fire, smashing Claudio with a lariat and pummeling Jon in the corner for good measure. A pair of body slams on Claudio followed by a heavy knee drop gets 2 as the cover is broken up by Jon, who gets a few stomps in until Jack spears Jon out of the ring with his last bit of available energy. In the ring, Alexander runs through Claudio with a pair of lariats and a high knee. Alexander sets up for a Darling Driver, but Claudio escapes and runs Alexander into the corner before hitting three running European Uppercuts. Alexander shakes those blows off and demands another. Claudio obliges, giving him a fourth, but Alexander, now brimming with anger, grabs Claudio and beats him down in the corner as the OOWF sect of fans rallies behind him. From the outside, Jon pops up onto the apron and charges Alexander, only for Jack to trip him up and then place him between the apron and the apron cover. Jack tics for a second before staring Jon in the eyes. From there, Jack pummels Jon with a dozen or so hammerfist strikes. Breathing heavily, Jon begins to scream at Jon.
JACK: “YOU CAN’T EVEN HANDLE AN ALMOST-RETIRED JACK QUINN, YOU SON OF A BITCH, WHAT MAKES YOU THINK THAT MOOSEHEAD JACK WOULD ALLOW YOU TO LIVE? BE HAPPY THAT I AM FIGHTING TO KEEP MOOSEHEAD JACK AWAY FROM YOU.”
Jack lunges in to strangle Jon, who fights out of the grip and escapes his predicament. The two brawl around the ring while Claudio and Alexander are inside doing mostly the same. Alexander hits a running knee on Claudio that gets 2 as Jon again breaks up the count. Jon grabs Alexander by his head and points at a downed Jack, who was woozied up when Jon ran him head-first into a ring post before dropping him with Paradigm Shift, which gets 2.5 as Jack lunges in to grab Jon’s ankle. Claudio stomps away at Jack, while Jon tries to lock Alexander in a Bulldog Choke, only for it to be reversed into a Backdrop Driver that gets 2.5. Jon crawls away after kicking out, only for Jack to cut him off and send him to the corner, sitting him on the top turnbuckle. Alexander and Jack – working together? – each take a side of Jon to set up for a double superplex, only for Claudio to grab both opponents just as the got Jon vertical to powerbomb anyone with a pulse as all four men lay exhausted after the impact.
Remsburg, having lost track of who was legal minutes ago, starts to count out all four men. He gets to 5 before Jack and Jon start to sit up while staring directly at each other. While this is going on, Wheeler Yuta emerges from the crowd while reaching into his pocket and casually sliding a set of brass knuckles into the ring, conveniently within the reach of both Jon and Jack. Jack gets to the brass knuckles first, placing it on his hand and then looking at his hand for what feels like an eternity. Jack sighs and removes the foreign object, tossing it away as Jon uses the moment of distraction to drop Jack with a Paradigm Shift that gets 2.9. During the count, Matt Folz runs down the ramp and wallops Wheeler with a running shoulder tackle and then twists him into an ankle lock on the outside that has Wheeler tapping in seconds although neither are actually able to factor in the decision. In the chaos, Alexander delivers a Hangman’s Neckbreaker on Claudio and heads to the ropes to deliver a BEST FIRESAULT EVAR (!!!???) on Claudio that gets 2.9. Jon dumps Alexander to the outside before Jack does the same to Jon. Claudio keeps Jack in the ring and tries a German Suplex, but Jack reverses and locks in a cobra clutch. As Claudio starts to weaken, Jack is able to straddle Claudio to cinch in a Jiendo. With Alexander having disposed of Jon, he stares down Matt before throwing a right cross that Jack notices, causing him to break the Jiendo on Claudio.
Jack confronts Alexander as Matt shakes the cobwebs. Alexander says nothing, but gestures as if he’s leaving before Jon clips Jack’s leg and causes him to tumble into Alexander. Alexander gets up and begins to walk away from Jack – and all of OOWF – until Claudio drops down and starts a brawl. Matt comes to and pulls Jon off of Moose, only for Wheeler to jump in from behind and trigger a wild brawl between cornermen. Everyone is fighting, including some of the fans before Alexander and Claudio head back to the ring. Claudio gains the advantage and tries to put Alexander in position for a Ricola Bomb, but Alexander slips out, strikes Claudio in the throat before hoisting him position for a Darling Driver that gets 2.9. Alexander can’t believe that he didn’t get 3, starting an argument with Remsburg before Claudio spins Alexander around, boots him in the gut and connects on a Neutralizer that gets 2.9. Now it’s Claudio that cannot believe that Alexander has kicked out. Meanwhile, Jack and Jon’s brawl gets them back in the ring where Jack has the wherewithal to shove Jon into Claudio, causing them to bump heads. Claudio falls as Jon stumbles into Jack, who lifts him in position for GTSF with Alexander dashing in to grab Jon’s legs and turn it into a spike GTSF. Alexander falls on a downed Claudio while Moose covers - and gets 3 - on Jon.
Your winners, (pinfall - 42:48), Jack Quinn and Alexander Darling! OOWF wins the series 4-3.
As Jack rolls off, the bulk of OOWF combatants and Firewoman rush the ring in celebration. Alexander, who seemingly wants no part in the pleasantries, brushes past Firewoman and exits while Matt, Cali Quinn and eventually Firewoman check on an exhausted Jack. The remaining OOWF talent continues celebrating as Russ is losing his mind at the OOWF commentary table.
RUSS: “OOWF IS BACK! WE WILL SEE YOU ON MARCH 25 FOR THE DEBUT OF OOWF SATURDAY SLAM!”
The feed fades out with Jack looking around for his partner while other cameras follow Alexander out of the building and into his waiting SUV.
• Rory Thomas: A kid-next-door white-meat babyface with an unmistakable tuft of red hair. Full of fire and charisma, but lacking in skill and experience. His career has been filled with near-misses against a who’s-who of the independent scene. Outside of a fluke win here or there, he just cannot seem to string together enough of an attack to put away most opponents. Despite this, the young risk-taker keeps coming back every time his name appears on the card thinking that this could be the start of a big turnaround.
• Diego “Pop” Roxton: This Bahamian striker can throw hands, elbows, knees and feet with the best, and has taken a few belts along the way during his illustrious career in the Caribbean. Once thought to be the next breakaway star from the islands, “Pop” felt content to stay home until an opportunity arose to give it one solid go in the U.S.
• Sandra Fallon: Happy-go-lucky beach denizen. The type of girl that you can bring home to meet your parents, but is also the last person you’d want to anger unless you want a sand-covered boot to the face. Has held a title or two before when working weekend shows on the West Coast, but she’s yet to compete in a jungle quite like OOWF.
• Katie Bardoor: A farm-grown brawler with an aw-shucks attitude and a left hook that will make a dentist rich. Katie is at home in a pier-six brawl, but can hold her own in a technical showcase if the situation arises.
• Pork: An affable big man, Pork’s best days in the ring are behind him, but he’s not above gathering a few big paydays in OOWF. Despite his name and large, bulbous frame, Pork is a devout vegan and sees all animals as friends.
Singles - Heels
• Angie Delpetro: A mob heiress with a mean streak. You can count on one hand the number of matches she’s won cleanly, but she’d rather you forget about it. She’ll end more than a few fights with a rear naked choke or her trusty chloroform rag. She’ll run at the sight of blood, mainly because she didn’t do nothing, you see.
• Nuke: A loud-mouthed, punk-influenced kid from the streets of an affluent Minneapolis suburb, Nuke (real name Reese Jennings) will use any means available to him to win a match, gleefully putting his own body at risk if it means that it will inflict more punishment on his opponent. A loner with a cause only for himself, tagging with Nuke will usually result in disaster at the first instance of miscommunication.
• Sean Franklin: Former collegiate wrestler; not a good one, but he got a scholarship to wrestle at North Carolina State and he’ll never shut up about that fact. Uses grappling abilities to bully and punish more than gain an advantage. A quick temper gets him easily flustered when he seemingly has a match in hand.
• Ona Jones: A throwback to the times where hair pulling and eye gouging were as much a part of women’s wrestling as hair pulling and eye gouging. While Ona doesn’t have a diverse set of moves, the ones she chooses to know are quite effective.
• Pete Quick: A con-artist’s soul in a wrestler’s body. No low is too low for Pete if it means getting his way. While his mannerisms and attitude should usually result in a different alignment, his actions tell a much different story while revealing his true colors.
Tag Teams - Tweener
• The Electric Company - Joe and Jamie: These two working-class grapplers have a penchant to let the moment dictate their move choices, often backfiring on them when the risks become too great. Jamie, as a hot tag, is the possible breakout star of the tandem, but the two seem to be tighter than the very snug work shirts they wear to the ring.
• The Woodsmen - Hunter and Dakota: A resourceful pair that can survive the harshest conditions and take down the greatest of beasts. Calculated precision is the calling card of this pair when things are going well, but they’ve been on different pages through most of their time as a team thanks to Dakota’s desire to go too far to prove his worth.
• Battling Baristas – Brynn and Tara: While neither are all that concerned with getting your name right, both will promptly hand you a venti double mocha L with plenty of froth if you underestimate them. Tandem offense, with Brynn serving as the high flyer, is a staple on their menu board.
• The One-Notes – Carrie and Harper: Sure these ladies can grapple, but can they sing? No. Not a lick. That fact doesn’t stop them from trying, however. Carrie is the classically trained mat technician and Harper is the knockout specialist. Just don’t book them to sing you to or from the ring.
<Jack and 13 pull into Bryson City and park the car at the first available spot. They get out and walk down Everett Street discussing the new building as they cross the bridge. Town is quiet, most of the tourists are gone, so it's mostly just locals. They get to the local pizza place, Anthony's, and surprisingly, there is a 30 minute wait. They grab drinks and head out to the porch. A few people stop and say hi, but most just nod and keep on their way>
13: Did you ever think THIS is where you would just blend right in?
J: I never thought I would ever have a place to just blend right in, I never considered the OOWF ending, and.....well, you know the rest
13: <really looking at Jack> Babe, you look like shit. Are you still not sleeping?
J: Not very well. Every time I dream, it just keeps getting worse.
13: Is it Patrick again?
J: No, this is worse, it's......I am not sure how to....
<Just then a gaggle of out of town dude bros come by being the kind of loud and obnoxious that only wealthy entitled kids can be when on vacation spending their parents money.>
<I do not speak their language>
DB1: DUDE! THIS PLACE LOOKS COOL! WE SHOULD GO HERE DUDE!
DB2: LOOK ITS CALLED DERAILED! AND IT'S NEXT TO A TRAIN TRACK! THATS TOTES BONKS!
DB1: AND, LIKE, WHEN YOU GET DRUNK YOU'RE DERAILED, LIKE OFF THE TRACKS AND SHIT
DB3: DUDE THAT IS DO FUCKING DOPE!
DB4: CAN I VAPE IN THERE? NO? THAT'S NOT COOL MAN
DB3: <pointing to Jack> OH MY GOD BROS! LOOK WHO THAT IS! DUDES!
DB4: No dude.
DB3: THAT IS MOOSEHEAD JACK!
DB1: Cool, We're gonna jet and get the pool table bro
DB3: <turning to Jack> DUDE!!! YOU'RE MOOSEHEAD JACK! YOU'RE THE MOST EVIL DUDE EVER! MAN REMEMBER THAT TIME YOU TRIED TO KILL CRETE? OR THAT TIME YOU STABBED THAT GUY THE FIRST NIGHT!!!
J: Yeah, man, hey, glad you're a fan
<the Dude Bro doesn't take the clue though and keeps talking. A dark look crosses Jack's face and his hand slowly starts inching down his leg toward his foot. We see 13 glance that way then back at the Dude Bro>
<13 quickly excuses she and Jack and they head inside. The Dude Bro stands there for a moment and considers following, then something makes him stop suddenly and head off to find the other dudebros>
<13 and Jack are in the car heading home>
13: You wanna tell me what that was about tonight?
Jack: That guy? He was.......annyoning
13: He was. I was talking about you
13: What were you reaching for?
Jack: What are you talking about?
13: You were reaching down toward your boot
Jack: I'm not wearing boots!
13: I KNOW
<Jack takes a minute to process this, then looks horrified>
<we cut to the Asheville Civic center, where a ring is set up, just in case the card had happened, but the arena is empty. Moose steps into the ring and stands in the center, with a spotlight on him. He looks out over the empty seats, and we hear the echoes of the past>
IF you know what I mean, AND I think you do!
Russ: GOOD GAWD THIS IS TOO MUCH! MOOSE AND FIRE ARE TRYING TO KILL ONE ANOTHER!
WINNER and NEEEEWWWWWWWW OOWF WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION........
Born in iniquity......
We ARE the measuring sticks of the OOWF
<as the sounds slowly fade into the background, we see Moose sigh heavily, he reaches down and unlaces his boots and pulls them off, leaving the scalpel, then takes off his Saints of Sinners t-shirt and drapes it over his boots. Jack leaves the ring and heads to the back as the spotlight focuses on his gear. As Moose gets to the exit, he walks outside and Eco is standing there looking sad>
Eco: Jack........I don't really have the words
MHJ: I know Juni
Eco: I didn't think it would end like this
MHJ: None of us did
<Eco starts to say something, but his voice catches and instead he just holds out his hand, Moose shakes it and the two part ways. We see Eco lock up the arena while Moose heads to the car. He climbs into the passenger seat, 13 is behind the wheel>
13: Where to?
MHJ: Wherever the road takes us
<the Mustang tears out of the Asheville Civic Center parking lot and speeds off into the dark of the mountain night...........and we fade.>
OOWF MidWeek Mayhem (No. 930) – Fire’s Choice Live! From Akita, Japan Aug. 7, 2019
The show opens with Carl From Fresno standing atop the OOWF ramp. Before he can address fans in Akita, Firewoman rushes the stage and grabs the microphone from Carl’s hand.
Firewoman (panting): “I figured it out! I know who The Benefactor is. I really thought this would be harder to solve, but I’ve figured it out! Carl, I honestly thought better of you than to associate with …”
The microphone cuts out and the camera feed cuts away from Firewoman’s face so no lip readers can catch on to her guess as OOWF Security grabs Firewoman and carry her kicking and screaming toward the backstage area. Carl, with a look of mortified fear on his face, picks up the microphone and taps it until he hears sound.
Carl: “Anyway … The Benefactor told me to welcome you back to OOWF. We’re not going to bore you with a long speech, but we do appreciate you attending on such short notice. As you saw, Firewoman will have a chance to win all three championships tonight. But we’ve got a helluva card to get through before that all happens.”
John Law and Kieran Bourne vs. Los Defenestrators • Kieran starts against El Ecosistema, with neither gaining much in the way of an advantage, standing off a few times before Ecosistema tags in El Voltaje • Kieran and Voltaje fight over a wristlock, with Kieran running atop the ropes before a deep arm drag sends Voltaje sliding across the mat • Voltaje offers Kieran a handshake out of respect, which Kieran reluctantly accepts and uses to leverage his way into a side headlock • Kieran works the headlock while also tagging in John, who hammers away at the masked grappler • John blisters Voltaje with a series of chops, before raking the covered eyes of Voltaje • Voltaje feigns injury to his eyes as referee Mel Creech passively chides John for the dirty act • Ecosistema tags himself in, out of Creech’s sight, but he’s not going to enforce something silly like that • With John going toward Voltaje, Ecosistema plasters John with a flying forearm that gets 1 • John tries to roll away toward a tag, but is caught by Ecosistema, who knees him in the stomach and delivers a Rocker Dropper that gets 1 • Ecosistema tries to lock John in a surfboard, but cannot maneuver the bulky legs of the former officer, instead opting to stomp John’s left knee into the mat • Ecosistema and Voltaje alternate the work on John’s leg, each trying grapevine submissions to no avail • With Voltaje ascending the turnbuckles, John pulls Ecosistema into the path of Voltaje’s elbow drop attempt before limping toward his corner • Kieran comes in a house of fire, delivering rights and a few crescent kicks to anything “Mexican” with a mask • John rejoins the fray as all four men brawl with John and Kieran working their opposition into opposing corners • Both Irish whip attempts get reversed as John and Kieran collide with Kieran getting the worst of the collision • Ecosistema rolls up Kieran and grabs a heaping helping of tights to get the flash pin
Winners (rollup, 8:45) Los Defenestrators.
Postmatch: John berates Kieran over the loss, getting a punch blocked before eating a few fists from Kieran. The two battle around the ring and up the ramp as Los Defenestrators grab popcorn from a fan and enjoy the proceedings.
The Darling Twins vs. Banned From Everywhere • Alexander Darlin and Justin Sane start for their respective teams with Alexander delivering a spine buster to a charging Justin • Alexander hammers away at Justin, taunting him to the point that he had yet to remove his entrance gear while still dominating him • Alexander tags in Alexis, who Justin immediately tries to kiss • Alexis lays out Justin with a right cross as Awesome Bill laughs at the rejection • Repulsed at the idea of touching Justin, Alexis commands Alexander to send Justin to his corner so Awesome Bill can tag in • Alexis tries to catch Awesome Bill off guard with a few aerial moves, but Bill catches a crossbody and turns that into a quick power slam and 2 from Angelo Barros • Awesome Bill escorts Alexis back to her corner, opting to battle Alexander instead • Alexander tags in and eats a right hand to the jaw • Awesome Bill whips a staggered Alexander into the ropes and catches him with a power slam as well. That one gets 1.5 • Awesome Bill and Justin work over Alexander, as Alexis gets a few fans to rally behind Alexander, despite Akita being a Banned From Everywhere town • With Awesome Bill hoisting Alexander into a torture rack, Justin climbs the turnbuckles • A crazed look gets into Justin’s face as he yells DOUUUUUUUGGGGGGHHHHHAAAAAAAWWWWWWWK! • The lights go out as a series of gongs can be heard along with Godzilla’s roar and the coin sound from Super Mario Bros … When the lights turn back on former Dramatic Dream Team child wrestler President Ramu is chokeslamming Justin, having already laid waste to Awesome Bill. • Ramu commands Alexander to pin Justin, Alexander sneers but takes the easy win all the same • Barros counts off 3
Winner (Ramuference, 9:21) The Darling Twins.
Postmatch: Justin sits up, perplexed that child just manhandled him. Ramu hits a Shining Wizard on Justin and pins him ceremonially as Barros is intimidated into making the non-official count.
Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox vs. Sebastian Davis vs. “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet • Shizuru-Mune enters to a hero’s welcome in his home nation, but the joy is short-lived as Sebastian brains him with a cowbell on the ramp • Playing tribute to another Texan that made quite a career in Japan, Sebastian lariats Shizuru-Mune into the stands, effectively eliminating him from the match before it starts • Jack runs down to the ring and opens a hellacious brawl with Sebastian, as the two beat each other from pillar to post • Davis Hightower tries to separate the two men, but Jack is not going to let the attack of his sometimes ally stand • Shizuru-Mune gathers himself and a kendo stick, swinging for the fences on Sebastian; incidentally catching a bit of Jack • Jack stares at Shizuru-Mune and nods in approval before Sebastian clubs Jack from behind with the cowbell • Jack grabs a chair while on the ground, giving all three men weapons as they stand off • Hightower has long since thrown this match out
Referee’s decision (no contest, :00).
Postmatch: The brawl continues with Jack and Shizuru-Mune eventually overwhelming Sebastian, who heads to higher ground, allowing Shizuru-Mune to stand tall in his home nation with Jack graciously stepping out of the spotlight.
OOWF Tag-Team Championship: The Frenemies (c) vs. Moosehead Jack and Matt Folz • After the bell rings, but before the match starts, Gavin “Junior” Hale rushes to the ring and whispers into Moose’s ear. He taps Matt on the shoulder and they rush to the back with no regard to the match at hand.
Winner (countout :10) and still OOWG Tag-Team Champions, The Frenemies.
Postmatch: The Saints of Sinners pair arrive in the back as Firewoman stands next to a whiteboard …
Moose: “You have got to be fucking joking me! Junior told me that you were in danger.”
Firewoman: “We’re all in danger. I know who The Benefactor is! If we can take him down before the reveal, we might have a chance at survival.”
Matt: “You could have timed it better, though.”
Firewoman: “Whatever ... The Benefactor is …”
The feed cuts to a commercial to OOWF After Dark’s newest series: “Undercover with John Law,” and returns to the impending action.
Triple Jeopardy Match – No. 1: Onslaught Championship – Mac Flasher (c) vs. Firewoman • Mac is standing in the ring as a crazed Firewoman is led to the ring, with a dry-erase marker in hand • Firewoman enters the ring and starts working on her theories on the canvas, marking it red in no time • Mac, with a worried look on his face, peers in to see Firewoman’s work, only to get jabbed in the eye with the marker • Mac immediately crumbles to the mat as Firewoman jabs his other eye, causing Mac to tap out in a non-submission attempt just to avoid fourth assault from office supplies
Winner (submission - Sharpie to the eye, :45) and new OOWF Onslaught Champion, Firewoman.
Postmatch: Firewoman continues working on figuring out The Benefactor while Mac is led out of the ring. Firewoman waves off the Onslaught Title, signifying that she’s going for more … Or just isn’t concerned with anything other than the mystery money man.
Triple Jeopardy Match – No. 2: Intercontinental Championship – “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland (c) vs. Firewoman • Stacy just stares at Firewoman as she scrawls more notes on the canvas • An impatient Stacy, who just watched red marker ink get scrawled across her boots, grabs Firewoman by the hair and slaps her, snapping her from her Benefactor obsession • The two Saints of Sinners open up on each other with punches, slaps, chops and a few forearms as Mel Creech attempts to maintain order • Firewoman rakes Stacy’s eyes and hits a picture-perfect standing dropkick, sending the champion out of the ring • Firewoman follows Stacy out and delivers an axe handle from the apron, sending Stacy throat-first into the barricade • Stacy grabs her throat immediately and begins gasping for air • Firewoman shows concern for her fellow Saint, checking on her well-being only to have the Minnesotan grab the nearby ring bell and clock her with it • Firewoman falls to the mat as Stacy searches for a chair, only to get halted by Creech
Winner (disqualification, 5:16) Firewoman.
Postmatch: Stacy, having lost it, tries to inflict further damage on the dazed Firewoman as Carl From Fresno arrives on the ramp, with mic in hand.
Carl: “Ladies and gentlemen, while Firewoman did not win the Intercontinental Championship, The Benefactor is willing to grant her the World Championship match against Beverly Cambridge … IF she can continue.”
With Creech checking over Firewoman, she nods repetitively that she can continue, with Beverly Cambridge heading toward the ring. She bumps shoulders – and titles – with Stacy, prompting a quick stare down between the two champions.
Triple Jeopardy Match – No. 3: World Championship – Beverly Cambridge (c) vs. Firewoman • Davis Hightower swaps in for Mel Creech as Beverly waits for the bell • Beverly gets that bell and makes sure that Firewoman can still compete • Firewoman waves the champion toward her, screeching that she can, in fact, go • Beverly gains early control over the woozy and bruised Firewoman, stretching her out on the mat with a series of discomforting submission tries • Firewoman isn’t going to tap to a half-crab, though, as she powers up and boots Beverly away with her free leg • Firewoman pops up and goes to town on Beverly, beating her down in the corner and screeching … Actually getting some Japanese fans to side with her • Firewoman peels Beverly from the corner and delivers a short-arm clothesline before planting her with a DDT • That gets 2 • Firewoman then stands Beverly up and knees her in the gut, before running the ropes and delivering a bulldog • That’s only part of the equation as Beverly gets to her knees and barely avoids a curb stomp, sweeping Firewoman’s legs from under her after the miss • Beverly attempts a La Magistral and gets 1 • The two stand off as Stacy runs to the ring with “Junior” Hale and pulls Hightower out as Hale starts whaling on the senior official • While Hale is hammering away at Hightower, Stacy rolls into the ring and is laid out by a superkick by Firewoman just as she was standing up • Mac Flasher rushes to ringside and tries to hold back Beverly, only to eat a back elbow and a Sole Food jawbreaker • Stacy and Firewoman brawl while Mac and Beverly square off as Jack Bullet, Moosehead Jack, Matt Folz, Zed, Kieran Bourne and Sebastian Davis pour out to instigate a chaotic brawl The match is completely broken now
Referee’s decision (no contest, ~12:00).
Postmatch: Carl From Fresno is back out with a mic and a message as he winces periodically.
Carl: “The Benefactor is not happy with any of you! So I have the following message concerning tonight and this coming Wednesday. First, since there was no winner in the World Title match, The Benefactor is vacating all THREE singles championships effective immediately. Secondly, you 10 in the ring will be placed in random matches at MidWeek Mayhem with the five winners, gaining a spot in a five-person elimination match for the vacated World Championship at Hell on Earth, on the condition that none of you do anything to upset The Benefactor between now and Wednesday.”
In closing …: Carl stands on the stage and peers toward a diverse set of reactions on the 10 wrestlers inside the ring as the feed fades out.
Thanks for coming out and watching LIVE OOWF action be sure to check out OOWF Hell on Earth 15!, Sept. 29 Live! From Asheville, North Carolina. And don’t forget to catch next week’s MidWeek Mayhem on Sept. 4, LIVE! from Key West, Florida.
OOWF MidWeek Mayhem: Twisted Thursday (No. 929) Live! From Reno, Nevada Aug. 1, 2019
The show opens with General Manager Vic DeNiro atop the ramp with a lottery machine.
VIC: “Reno. Welcome to a special Thursday edition of MidWeek Mayhem. What we have here tonight is 15 lottery balls, representing the 15 wrestlers in OOWF currently not holding a championship. Tonight, we will draw challengers for the OOWF Onslaught Championship, held by Mac Flasher; the OOWF Tag-Team Titles, held by The Frenemies; the OOWF Intercontinental Championship, possessed by ‘Black Magic’ Stacy Kirkland, and the OOWF World Championship, currently owned by Beverly Cambridge. And to the 10 wrestlers who are not drawn into a title match this evening, you will compete in a 10-person battle royal with the winner getting a title opportunity of his or her choosing next week in Akita, Japan.
“Without further delay, it is time to draw tonight’s challengers, starting with the OOWF World Championship bout.”
*VIC draws a ball from the hopper*
VIC: “Challenging Beverly Cambridge for her OOWF World Championship will be … Zed!”
*the Reno crowd pops with fervor as VIC draws a second ball from the hopper*
VIC: “Now to the matter of the Intercontinental Championship. Facing Stacy Kirkland tonight will be … Sebastian Davis!”
*VIC pulls two more balls from the hopper as the crowd jeers at the mention of SEBASTIAN*
VIC: “The two challengers to The Frenemies will be … Justin Sane and Alexis Darling!”
*both names get quite a pop with VIC pulling one more ball from the hopper*
VIC: “And finally, in our opening match, which is next … Mac Flasher will put his OOWF Onslaught Championship on the line against … Moosehead Jack!”
*the crowd hushes at the thought of MOOSE competing for the Onslaught Championship*
VIC: “So, that means that tonight’s main event will feature “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet, Matt Folz, Firewoman, Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox, Alexander Darling, El Ecosistema, El Voltaje, Awesome Bill From Dawsonville, John Law and Kieran Bourne. But before we get to that, I need an official in that ring, because Moosehead Jack and Mac Flasher are up next!”
*VIC walks off stage with the feed now showing the empty ring*
OOWF Onslaught Championship: Mac Flasher vs. Moosehead Jack “Scarecrow” howls through the arena as Moosehead Jack, in a singlet and headgear – while carrying a gym bag – makes his way to the ring. The sight is comical, but who is going to laugh at Moose, who still carries a fearsome snarl and a scowl that could shatter concrete. Moose rolls into the ring and shakes the hand of OOWF Official Angelo Barros before limbering up with some stretches.
Russ: “For not knowing that he had THIS match even 5 minutes ago, Moosehead Jack is certainly looking the part of someone ready to compete for the Onslaught Championship.” Razz: “It’s Moose. Something is up. Never take this man at face value.”
“Legend Has It” draws out Mac Flasher, who is a bit concerned about facing Moose, even if he’s geared up for an old-fashioned grappling exhibition. Mac slowly walks to ringside and slides under the bottom rope before standing up to see Moose staring him at eye level. Barros calls for the men to shake hands before hoisting the championship high and calling for the bell.
Moose stands and smiles at Mac, making the champ feel incredibly uneasy. Finally, Mac shoves Moose to the mat, only for the challenger to kip up and continue smiling at Mac. Mac shoves Moose again, with Moose popping up with the same grin on his face. Mac looks around before trying a right that Moose catches and leverages to the mat with an armbar keeping Mac on the mat. Moose then grabs Mac and tosses him to the mat with a deadlift suplex. Moose shoots the half and gets 1.
Mac scrambles to his feet and boots Moose in the gut before hammering away on the challenger, getting him to a knee before a step-back Shining Wizard knocks him silly. Mac tries the cover and gets 2 before Moose grabs a nearby rope.
Moosehead Jack has used his first rope break.
Moose stands up first and waits on Mac, who is fearing the worst, gets to a vertical base slowly as Moose politely waits. Moose requests a test of strength which Mac obliges after a rake of the eyes, dropping Moose to a knee. Mac then applies the test-of-strength squeeze while also booting away at Moose’s torso. Mac is able to work Moose onto his back where a cover gets 1 before Moose bridges out.
Russ: “Well, nobody ever said that Moose couldn’t wrestle. But I think this is even a shock to those who have been following OOWF since Day 1.” Razz: “Something is up. Moose is never in his right mind. Mac could be in trouble."
As Moose turns around, he spins right into a superkick from Mac that sends him sliding to a corner. Moose, positions himself under the ropes as Mac pursues, getting Barros to step in between.
Moosehead Jack has used his second rope break.
With Mac and Barros taking a stroll away from the corner, Moose reaches into his gym bag to produce a bottle of Trust Me. Moose hides it behind his back as Mac approaches, walloping him with it and laughing as Barros calls for the bell.
Your winner (disqualification, 7:34), and STILL OOWF ONSLAUGHT CHAMPION, Mac Flasher!
Many fans actually cheer as Mac lay unconscious in a pool of glass and whiskey. Moose produces another bottle and takes a swig before pouring the rest on Mac.
OOWF Tag-Team Championship: The Frenemies vs. Justin Sane and Alexis Darling With all four combatants in the ring, Bridget O’Malley steps forward for The Frenemies while Justin Sane insists on starting for the patchwork challengers. As Mel Creech calls for the bell, Justin leans in to Alexis Darling and requests a good-luck kiss. Alexis decks Justin, spinning the dazed Marylander right into a belly-to-belly suplex from Bridget. Alexis drops off the apron while Bridget tags Kylie Mignolio in. Kylie takes to the top turnbuckle and hits a Shooting Star Press on a prone Justin, getting an academic 3 from Creech.
Your winners (pinfall, 1:01), and STILL OOWF TAG-TEAM CHAMPIONS, The Frenemies!
The champs assist Justin to his feet as Alexis, who is still grossly insulted at Justin’s forward request, continues to the back.
OOWF Intercontinental Championship: “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland vs. Sebastian Davis “Glory” plays out Sebastian Davis, who is halfway to ringside when Matt Folz emerges from the back and ambushes the Texan. The two brawl around ringside and into the stands with both landing heavy shots on the other while showing the effects of Sunday’s bout.
With the action atop the ramp, Matt works ahead with a few jabs to the torso before deliver an Angle Slam to Sebastian that takes him off the ramp and crashing through a stack of pallets. OOWF Medical rushes to Sebastian’s aid as “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland heads to ringside. With Davis Hightower in the ring, Stacy demands that she be awarded the match by forfeit. As Hightower argues, Gavin “Junior” Hale rushes to ringside, and speaks to ring announcer Mike Elevenbee.
Ladies and gentlemen, referee “Junior” Hale has informed me that “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland has won this match by forfeit due to Sebastian Davis being unable to make it to the ring, therefore she retains the OOWF Intercontinental Championship.
Hightower drops to ringside and gets in Hale’s face, pointing to the senior official badge on his shirt. Hale pays him no mind as he walks away. Hightower pulls him back, only for Hale to spin and deliver a right cross to Hightower, who stumbles back a few steps. With Hightower furious, Stacy drops to the outside to protect her personal official, hissing at Hightower before the happy couple departs.
OOWF World Championship: Beverly Cambridge vs. Zed The Reverend BRICK~! stands by himself in the ring as a single spotlight showers him.
BRICK~!: “Tonight, the OOWF World Championship returns to its rightful owner, almost two years after it was stolen from him. While Beverly Cambridge is a fine wrestler and a worthy title holder, she will be no match for Zed here in Reno. Zed has been training for this bout since the day his championship was stolen by Ghosthead with the help of one Junichiro ‘Ecosystem’ Muyo. In fact, Zed has a new finisher already lined up for Beverly that we worked on the second that he discovered he’d be challenging for the title. Gentlemen in the back, if you could roll that footage …”
The feed shows Zed in an auxiliary ring in the OOWF Arena with a practice dummy on the mat.
BRICK~!: “I want three rotations on this, Zed! Three rotations equals a three count!” ZED: “Reverend, two is basically the max for The Answer on this unless gravity suddenly lessens its pull on Earth.” BRICK~!: “Back to the top.”
Zed climbs to the top and obliges, getting about 2.75 rotations before crashing to the mat, buckling his already tender knee in the process as the footage stops and the feed returns to Rev. BRICK~!.
BRICK~!: “So, without further delay, I give you THE NEXT OOWF WORLD CHAMPION. THE CHAMPION OF THE GOD COMPLEX … ZED!”
Zed emerges from the back in a knee brace and supporting himself on crutches with a scowl on his face. As Zed slowly walks to ringside, OOWF official Misato Misawa tries to stop him from entering the ring. Zed brushes past him and climbs into the ring, still on crutches as Rev. BRICK~! tries to get a chant going for his charge. “Cut the Cord” interrupts as an obviously concerned Beverly Cambridge walks toward the ring. She walks to the ring and heads over to Zed, pleading with him to not take this match, noting that she’ll honor the challenge on another night. Rev. BRICK~! accepts no such thing and urges Misawa to call for the bell. He does.
Beverly sighs while Zed still supports himself on the crutches. Misawa commands Zed to dispose of the metal objects. Zed does and immediately falls to the mat … With a look of absolute disdain toward Rev. BRICK~!, Zed slaps the mat five times as Misawa looks inquisitively looks toward Zed, who nods his head up and down. Misawa calls for the bell.
Ladies and gentlemen, OOWF Official Misato Misawa has accepted the submission of Zed, therefore, your winner (1:01) and STILL OOWF WORLD CHAMPION, Beverly Cambridge!
Rev. BRICK~! tries to help Zed to his feet, only to get shoved aside. As the good reverend seeks answers, Zed grabs his crutches and walks away with the help of Beverly, who is still stressing that she’ll give him another go when he’s healthy.
10-Person Battle Royal: “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet, Matt Folz, Firewoman, Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox, Alexander Darling, El Ecosistema, El Voltaje, Awesome Bill From Dawsonville, John Law and Kieran Bourne.
With all 10 wrestlers in the ring, the bells sounds with not much excitement until Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox tries to saddle up on John Law. After a few punches to the top of John’s head, Shizuru is nonchalantly dumped to the outside by the former police officer, eliminating him in short order. John stands at the ropes and taunts Shizuru, not seeing the Japanese Redneck’s running buddy Awesome Bill From Dawsonville running from behind to deliver a stiff lariat to John’s neck, sending him tumbling to the outside.
The battle royal begins in earnest as Los Defenestrators team up to put Awesome Bill over the top and onto the apron, after fighting off the masked wrestlers, its Firewoman, who barrels in with a shotgun dropkick to the mush of her former protege, dropping him to the outside. El Ecosistema hugs Firewoman, who hip tosses him over the ropes and sweeps his leg while he’s standing on the apron, dropping him to the mat. El Voltaje takes umbrage at Firewoman’s actions while on the other side of the ring, Kieran Bourne is going toe to toe with “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet, stumbling the veteran with a discus forearm. With Kieran charging the wounded Jack, he’s victimized by a back body drop that crashes him to the outside. As El Voltaje gains the upper hand on Firewoman, Matt Folz comes to the aid of his fellow Saints of Sinners running buddy, helping Firewoman dump El Voltaje over the top. With the field down to four, Alexander Darling finally drops down from his perch atop the turnbuckles as he pairs off with Matt as Firewoman eyes up Jack. Before much happens, a bandaged Sebastian Davis, with clangy pole and chair in hand, runs into the ring and destroys Matt and Jack, individually, swinging the pole enough to keep Alexander and Firewoman at a safe distance. Sebastian bloodies Matt before dumping him over the top. He then brains Jack with a chair, causing him to fall over the top. The one-man wrecking crew keeps the heat on both men, until security and officials arrive to break up the scene. While the eliminations are not valid, neither man can continue, forfeiting their chances at victory in this bout. All the while, Firewoman and Alexander stare each other down as both review a lifetime’s worth of memories in their minds during the staredown.
The two snap out of it with Alexander trying to wrestle Firewoman into a corner. Firewoman is having none of that and peppers her former husband with a series of lefts and rights, staggering him. As Firewoman tries to break away to run the ropes, Alexander gets a quick jab to the gut, and runs toward the same rope. As Alexander leans into the cables, the top one snaps with Alexander falling immediately out of the ring. He scramble back in, but is halted by the officials at ringside, since he technically did fall over the top rope. Alexander is furious. Firewoman is stunned, but …
Your winner of the battle royal (10:45) and the recipient of a title match NEXT WEEK on MidWeek Mayhem, Firewoman!
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MidWeek Mayhem (No. 927) Yakima, Washington July 24, 2019
Joe (From Montana) vs. Mac Flasher Joe (From Montana) advances to the middle of the ring as if in a trance as Mac Flasher backs up being a little cautious. Joe raises both of his arms and Flasher stops. He walks up, right to Joe in his face, and pushes him back. Joe still has no reaction and Flasher shakes his head. Flasher nods and gives Joe what he wants with a few hooks to the body. Joe braces for the blows and takes them. Flasher takes Joe down with a Biel Throw and Joe seems a bit surprised to be manhandled in this way but stays down. Flasher walks over to Joe then runs up and hits a Leg Drop then goes over to Joe to say something unintelligible in his face then hit some mounted punches. Flasher backs off as Joe puts his hands to his face. He slowly gets up but keeps his back to Flasher not moving. Flasher screams at Joe and when he turns around Flasher barrels into him with a shoulder block. Joe bounces back. Flasher hits another and Joe just absorbs the blow and steps back. Flasher bounces off the ropes again but this time drills Joe down with a strong Spear. Flasher looks down at a writhing Joe and picks him up. There is little resistance as Flasher picks Joe up and hits a Butterfly Suplex then pins. Joe remarkably kicks out at two. Flasher immediately gets on top of him and hits some mounted punches thinking that the match is on, but when he lets off Joe rolls out of the ring. Joe makes for the ramp, but Flasher is not having it. He stops Joe and rakes at his eyes discretely before throwing him back into the ring. Joe rolls back and stands only to get hit with a Powerful Clothesline that spins him inside out. Dropping down Mac gets the 1..2...3.
Your winner (pinfall, 4:20), Mac Flasher!
Postmatch: As Mac rises with intent to continue the beating of the youngster, he sees John Law strolling down the ramp. Mac slides out of the ring and asks why John is meddling in his business and gets a shove as the answer. Mac rebounds and tackles John as neither man gets an edge during the brawl.
Eight-Person Tag Match: The Saints of Sinners (Matt Folz, Moosehead Jack, “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland and Firewoman) vs. Banned From Everywhere, Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox and Zed •With Awesome Bill From Dawsonville, Justin Sane reuniting with old pal Zed and also maintaining the odd grouping with Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox, the fan-favorites head to the ring ready for a brawl as they impatiently wait for The Saints of Sinners. •Matt Folz, Moosehead Jack, “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland and Firewoman don’t keep the faces waiting long as they rush the ring from the crowd and trigger an ambush attack, that is quickly foiled by the determined southern crew (and Shizuru) as they clean house with Justin threatening a DOOOUUUUUUGGGGGHHAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWKKKKKK! •Once order is restored, Zed and Matt Folz pair off as the legal men. •Zed keeps up with Matt’s wrestling prowess, but takes an elbow under the jaw to put Matt ahead and allow him to send the North Carolinian into The Saints of Sinners’ corner. •A four-way beatdown is halted by Gavin “Junior” Hale, who draws the ire of Stacy and quickly cowers. •Zed is still able to crawl away and tag in Awesome Bill, who has a clothesline ready for Matt and a shoulder block lined up for an inattentive Moose as he’s sent to the barricade. •Firewoman checks on her brother as Justin runs across the apron and delivers a running senton onto the Quinns. •Stacy is still berating Hale as Shizuru dashes across the ring and pops her with an uppercut. •Hale is checking on Stacy, taking his eyes away from the ring long enough for Sebastian Davis to charge in with his clangy pole and deliver a few shots across Matt’s back before a Beach in Wheat (OK, I googled craft breweries in Corpus Christi and found a fun name for one of the brews at Lazy Beach) legsweep to Matt before pasting Awesome Bill, Shizuru and Zed for funsies. •Justin rushes in the ring and calls Hale inside. •Hale rolls in and counts the 3 just as Stacy grabs his ankle to pull him out.
Your winners (pinfall, 9:16), the team of Banned From Everywhere, Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox and Zed!
Postmatch: Stacy slaps Hale, who asks for more as the Quinns rush inside to tend to Matt as Justin rallies his team outside. All while Sebastian stands atop the ramp with clangy pole and microphone in hand.
Sebastian:“Matt! You have until Sunday to get your affairs in order. Kiss your wife on the cheek. Make nice with whomever you need to make nice with. Because on Sunday, in Salem, Oregon at Mid-Summer Night’s Scream 11, The Hurricane is coming. And your worries won’t be about being the last man standing, they’ll be strictly on the old man surviving. And that is a GUAR-an-tee!
Best of-7 Series – Match 7: Take II: The Frenemies vs. The Darling Twins Once more, with extra feelings, we see the Frenemies and the Darlings come together to put this one away. We start off with some quick tags back and forth and it's again a clinic that starts off as super technical, but as each side grows frustrated, the teeth start to come out. Alexander whips Bridget in the corner and tags in Alexis. Alexis leaps over the ropes and whips Bridget across the ring. Bridget comes out strong, but Alexis goes low, lifting her up, and Alex hits a lung blower. The referee shoos Alex out, and Alexis scrambles over for the pin, but Bridget kicks out. Bridget scrambles over to tag in Kylie, who springboards over the ropes and catches Alexis is in a Tornado DDT. Quick pin, but Alexis gets a shoulder up. Kylie pulls Alexis up by their hair and drags her over to the corner, applying some quick chops (Woooo!). Kylie whips Alexis to the far corner, but Alexis reverses into the Bitch Killer~! She makes the pin, one, two...NO~! It's broken up by Bridget. Alexis tags Alex in while Bridget gets shooed out. Kylie recovers and catches Alex flat-footed with a Chick Kick. Alex hits the mat and Kylie hits the turnbuckle...MOONSAULT~! in to a pin that is broken up by Alexis. Now it's Alexis' turn to be shooed out. Kylie tags in Bridget who gets caught in the DARLING DRIVER~!. Alex goes for the pin, but now Kylie breaks it up. Alex complains to the referee as Bridget recovers. Alex attacks and Bridget takes him over for German Suplex and holds him there for the pin, one, two...THREE~! The referee raises Bridget’s hand but Victor DeNiro appears at the top of the ramp and calls for the replay. On the replay, Beverly didn't get her shoulders up during the pin, so we have another tie!
Ladies and gentlemen, after a review, it has been determined that both Alexander Darling and Bridget O’Malley had their shoulders down for the 3-count, meaning that the result of this match is a draw!
Postmatch: As both teams show visual frustration, GM Vic DeNiro grabs a mic.
Vic:“It’s clear that both The Frenemies and The Darling Twins are each deserving of the tag-team championship match that awaits as soon as the champions are in the ring, so it is my decision that BOTH The Frenemies and The Darling Twins will challenge Los Defenestrators next!"
OOWF Tag-Team Championship Match: Los Defenestrators (c) vs. The Frenemies vs. The Darlings •A cloud of churro dust fills the ring, causing coughing fits in the ring and around ringside. •As the dust clears, all four challengers are covering their eyes as El Ecosystema and El Voltaje stand tall inside with a pane of glass at each corner. •Bridget O’Malley is the first to be tossed through the glass, falling between the ropes and on the outside. •Kylie Mignolio bounces off the glass on the first try before going through the second time. •Alexis Daring gets a headbutt in on Voltaje, but is grabbed by Ecosistema and defenestrated. •Alexander Darling fights off both men individually, but is overcome by the numbers game before getting tossed through the last pane of glass. •As Los Defenestrators celebrate in a pile of broken glass and churro dust, Bridget emerges with a steel chair as does Kylie as The Frenemies blast the champs with the furniture. •Alexis and Alexander recover and grab shards of glass with bad intentions in mind before OOWF Security pull the three teams apart. •GM Vic DeNiro returns with mic in hand.
Vic:“Since we couldn’t determine a winner tonight. The six of you will settle this on Sunday at Mid-Summer Night’s Scream 11. And if Los Defenestrators pull any garbage like this again in Salem, Oregon, they will be stripped of their OOWF Tag-Team Championships. Frenemies. Darlings. This will be your last shot at the titles as long as Los Defenestrators hold the titles. Any shenanigans on your part may keep you out of the championship picture for a long time.”
Beverly Cambridge and “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet vs. Kieran Bourne and Sebastian Davis •Kieran Bourne comes out first, brooding as always and quickly is overshadowed by Sebastian Davis as his music hits. •The braggadocios Texan is still feeling his oats after his attack earlier in the show. •”Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet comes out to a loud ovation. •As Jack stands at the bottom of the ramp, OOWF World Champion Beverly Cambridge comes out to an ovation just as loud as Jack’s as the two briefly discuss strategy before entering the ring. •Jack, to Beverly’s behest, starts for his team as Sebastian initially steps in before deferring to Kieran. •Jack’s delivers a series of rights out of a tie-up after Kieran attempted to rake the veteran’s eyes. •Jack brings Kieran to his team’s corner and delivers a knee lift and an uppercut before tagging Beverly, who hits a seated dropkick and a cannonball splash as Kieran slumps further down. •Kieran rolls out, but Jack is there to detour him back inside. •Kieran eats a roundhouse kick from the champ, that gets 1.5. •Beverly keeps Kieran on the mat with a wrist lock that actually gets a few pin attempts before Kieran is able to escape when he surges up with a headbutt. •Kieran tags in Sebastian, who hammers away at Beverly, pausing every so often to motion around his waist that Beverly’s championship should belong to him. •Sebastian delivers a Hurricane Slam that keeps Beverly down for 2. •A chin lock slows down the pacing a bit while Sebastian leans as much of his weight that he can on Beverly to wear her down. •Jack starts to pound the turnbuckle to rally fans behind the champion. •All of that noise is going on as Davis Hightower checks Beverly’s submission status. •Beverly says no by getting to a standing position and escaping momentarily before Sebastian grabs her hair and pulls her back down to the mat. •Kieran tags in and smiles at the downed – and stunned – Beverly. •Kieran picks Beverly up and suplexes her, getting 2 off the cover. •Kieran sizes Beverly up for a curbstomp, only to eat a spear from Jack. •Hightower escorts Jack to his corner as Sebastian and Kieran combine to hit a double slingshot suplex on Beverly. •With Beverly almost out, Kieran climbs to the top and hits Death From Above onto a prone Beverly. •Jack breaks up the count at 2.5. •Sebastian charges in and gets a right hand from Jack for his troubles that tangles him in the ropes. •Hightower is tending to Sebastian as Jack pulls in Kieran and drills him with a Silver Bullet DDT before pulling Beverly on top of KIeran. •Hightower untangles Sebastian, who falls to the outside. •Hightower sees the cover and counts 3.
Your winners (pinfall, 15:06), the team of Beverly Cambridge and “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet!
Postmatch: Jack helps Beverly to her feet and raises her arm before Sebastian runs in from behind and clotheslines Jack into Beverly with the champion falling as Jack’s arm clocks her in the jaw. As Jack tries to help Beverly to her feet, she shoves him back and gets in his face as Jack tries to diffuse the situation. Sebastian takes another run, this time at Beverly from behind as Jack pushes her away to greet the Texan with a straight right hand. As Jack prepares to bring more of the fight to Sebastian, Beverly pops up and shoves Jack again, even angrier than before. Jack, at the end of his patience, brings the same argument intensity as Hightower tries to separate the two. While all of this is going on, Matt Folz runs down to ringside with a kendo stick helmet in hand to return an earlier favor to Sebastian as he heads for higher ground. Jack and Beverly, still nose to nose continue their argument as the feed fades out.
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MidWeek Mayhem (No. 926) Great Falls, Montana July 17, 2019
Los Defenestrators vs. The Draculs
• After a brief flurry of offense from The Draculs, the OOWF Tag-Team Champions take full advantage with El Ecosistema isolating Vlad Dracul with El Voltaje working quick tags with his masked partner. • Vlad gets a momentary respite with an eye rake, but El Voltaje cuts off the tag try as El Ecosistema eliminates Tavian Dracul from the with a handful of churro dust and a good old “Mexican” right hand. • Vlad tries the eyes again but is kneed in the torso and falls prey to Tigres de Ouchies. • The pinfall – counted by Davis Hightower – is academic.
Your winners (pinfall, 3:18), Los Defenestrators!
Mac Flasher/Mystery Partner vs. Zed and “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet • With Zed and Jack Bullet already in the ring, Mac Flasher makes his way down the aisle, sans partner. • Unfamiliar music hits as PHWF newcomer Joe (from Montana) makes his way to the ring. • Mac is not impressed and demands that he start the match for his team against Zed. • Mac and Zed chain wrestle to three standoffs, getting the requisite applause. • Mac, who goads Zed into a test of strength, gets ahead with an old-fashioned knee to the gut. • Mac takes Zed to his team’s corner and tags in Joe, who heads to the top turnbuckle to deliver an axehandle to Zed as Mac holds him. • Joe connects … On Mac. • With Zed making his way to tag in Jack, Mac is furious with Joe. • During their argument, Jack hits Joe with a dropkick from behind, sending the hometown boy into Mac. • Mac, now livid, gets up and leaves the ringside area as fans pelt him with half-consumed concessions. • Jack works over the rookie with a few tandem moves as Zed works the quick-tag game. • A Raise Up/Silver Bullet DDT combo ends Joe’s night
Your winners (pinfall, 6:27), Zed and “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet!
Postmatch: The Reverend BRICK~! hugs Zed and eagerly shakes hands with Jack, who is still quite wary of the good reverend’s past. It’s eventually all smiles as Jack even helps Joe to his feet as the hometown fans applaud his game effort.
Best-of-7 Series - Match 7: The Frenemies (3) vs. The Darling Twins (3) • Kylie Mignolio and Bridget O’Malley enter the ring with a high-energy sprint, showing no ill effects of the burden of having lost a two-match lead. • The Darlings – Alexander and Alexis – come down the aisle next, getting cheers, but paying little mind to them as they step inside the ring. • Mel Creech handles the prematch instructions before ringing the bell. Alexander and Bridget start for their respective teams. • Alexander wrestles Bridget to the mat, but misses a stomp as she rolls away and kips up. • The next tie-up sees Bridget control Alexander enough to work him in the corner, where Creech asks for a break. Bridget obliges by mockingly dusting off Alexander, getting her hands slapped away in the process. • A well-placed right hand from Alexander gets Bridget off balance, allowing Alexis the opportunity to tag in and hit a jaw-breaker on her knee for 2. • After kicking out, Bridget promptly rolls away and tags in Kylie, who springs off the top rope and into a hurricanrana that sends Alexis flying through the ropes. • Kylie follows with a suicide dive through the ropes that sends Alexis into the unforgiving barricade. • Kylie plays to the fans as Alexis shakes the cobwebs. The two trade a few blows before beating Creech’s count, which was at 8 when Alexis rolled back inside. • Kylie is waiting with a stomp and an elbow. Kylie rolls Alexis over to get 1.5. • Kylie tags in Bridget, who delivers a snap suplex and a belly-to-belly suplex to get 2. • Bridget stays on Alexis, working the lower back before trying to secure a Boston Crab, which Alexis easily escapes before the move is applied. • Alexis tags in Alexander, who eats a dropkick from Bridget as he’s between the ropes. Alexis protests the dropkick with a right hand to Bridget, as Kylie hops in to start a pier-six brawl, as Creech tries to maintain control. • Those attempts by the official are merely conceptual as the very familiar opponents aren’t letting up on this brawl. • As Alexander and Kylie takes things outside, both grab weapons – Alexander a chair, and Kylie a kendo stick – before reentering the ring. • Both swing and miss their respective weapons, but that’s all Creech needed to see as he calls for the bell.
Ladies and gentlemen, the result of this match: A double disqualification (10:56).
Postmatch: The teams stand off and exchange verbal barbs, with both reminding the other that they’ve been beaten three times already in this series as a “Next Week” chant fills the arena.
Six-person tag: The Saints of Sinners (“Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland, Moosehead Jack and Matt Folz) vs. Banned From Everywhere and Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox • The good old Southern boys and Shizuru surprise the Saints of Sinners with a triple dropkick as Matt Folz and Moosehead Jack fall to the outside with Stacy Kirkland remaining inside for Shizuru to hit a quick Eastbound and Down on her, getting 2.5 before Matt makes the save. • Justin Sane insists to stay in the ring against Stacy. Awesome Bill from Dawsonville and Shizuru inexplicably allow this to happen. • Justin gets a High-Risk Headlock on Stacy with the end result being a hangman’s neck breaker from Moose as he pops in and halts the proceedings mid-move. • The annoyed Saints all get their shots in on Justin, who takes a hellacious beating from all three Saints – often at the same time as Angelo Barros sure as hell ain’t getting in there to enforce the rules. • Moose and Matt put on a double-team clinic as Justin’s partners try to get the crowd behind the Marylander getting beaten in the Saints’ corner. • Justin wills himself up after a modified German suplex/neckbreaker combo gets no pin try from Matt as he just barks taunts at Sebastian Davis, who is not involved in this match. • Matt pulls a crawling Justin to the center of the ring and secures an ankle lock submission with Stacy and Moose cutting off Awesome Bill and Shizuru as Justin furiously taps the mat.
Your winners (submission, 8:26), The Saints of Sinners!
Postmatch: The Saints aren’t much for celebrating as they brutalize their now-fallen opponents with their trademark parade of finishers, first on Shizuru, then Awesome Bill and then Justin as Barros tries to wave help downward to ringside. Finally satisfied with their work as Banned From Everywhere and Shizuru lay broken on the mat, the Saints depart to a few cheers mixed in with vociferous jeers as OOWF Medical tend to the downed men inside.
World Title Elimination Match: Beverly Cambridge (c) vs. Sebastian Davis vs. Firewoman • Firewoman tears into Sebastian Davis as Beverly Cambridge is content to let this happen. • Firewoman and Sebastian trade vicious punches with Firewoman shrieking with each punch she throws. Eventually she gets the advantage with a discus elbow to the jaw. • With Sebastian rolling out to get a break, Firewoman then turns to Beverly, who is very into the idea of this fight. • The two women put on a more technical display, broken up as Sebastian rolls in with lariats for anyone standing, breathing and in possession of red hair. • Sebastian tries to get Beverly up in a Spring Break Plunge, but Firewoman’s roll into Sebastian’s knee halts that attempt. • Firewoman works over Sebastian’s knee as Beverly takes a breather, again content to allow the two challengers to tire themselves out. A strategy praised by Razz on commentary. • Firewoman tries for a kneebar submission, but Sebastian is able to work himself free with a bit from his free leg to Firewoman’s temple. • Sebastian, showing the signs of Firewoman’s leg-based assault, hobbles over and drops an elbow across Firewoman’s torso. That gets 1.5 from Davis Hightower. • As Firewoman tries to stand up, Matt Folz starts a commotion with the fans as he appears on the top of the entrance ramp. Sebastian greets this with a middle finger and turns his attention to Firewoman, who secures the Texan in a secure small package, getting a stunning 3.
Ladies and gentlemen, Sebastian Davis has been eliminated (pinfall, 9:28)
• Sebastian is furious with almost everyone, protesting to Hightower, Beverly, cursing at a laughing Matt, who braces for Sebastian as he charges up the ramp to confront his heated rival before officials and yellow-shirted security break up the possible fight. • Back in the ring, Beverly and Firewoman trade the advantage with quick mat work and a few quick strikes that increase the pace of the match. • A DDT from Firewoman gives her the edge as Beverly sits up in a daze before falling back. • Firewoman picks Beverly up and whips her into the ropes with a hurricanrana waiting on the other end. The pinball attempt gets 2. • Another DDT lays Beverly on the mat with Firewoman eyeballing the turnbuckles. • The challenger climbs the ropes and turns around, setting up for the Best Firesault Evar!, landing on her feet as Beverly sees the danger and rolls away fast. • As Firewoman turns to Beverly, she takes a rising forearm from the champion, who then whips the staggered challenger into the ropes and greets her with a Pele kick on the other side. • A belly-to-belly suplex gets 2 as Firewoman drapes her leg over the bottom rope. • Beverly looks to the fans as Firewoman tries to shake the cobwebs loose. • Beverly tries to engage Firewoman as she lay under the bottom rope, but is cut off by Hightower. • This gives Firewoman the chance to recover and hit a springboard forearm that sends Beverly crashing to the outside. • Firewoman promptly gets the stunned Beverly back inside, motioning with hands around her waist that the World Title will soon be hers. • With Hightower conveniently checking on the champion as she staggers to her feet, Firewoman is stopped on her way into the ring by Sebastian, who hopped over the barricade with clangy pole in hand. • A LOUD shot from the pole drops Firewoman where she once stood. • Sebastian rolls Firewoman in the ring before exiting through the crowd. • Beverly, although very confused by Firewoman’s sudden change of consciousness, makes a cover and gets 3.
Your winner (pinfall, 20:16) and STILL OOWF WORLD CHAMPION, Beverly Cambridge!
Postmatch: Matt Folz cuts off Sebastian’s escape as the two brawl their way back to ringside. By this point the remaining Saints of Sinners are waiting in the ring with various weaponry (Moosehead Jack with Happy Deth Bat IV and Stacy Kirkland with the giant wooden cross from The God Complex). Sebastian tries to stand off with the clangy pole, but thinks better of the idea and rolls away while still verbally taunting the Saints. Moose tries to give chase but is held back by Matt as Stacy checks on a woozy Firewoman.
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MidWeek Mayhem (No. 925) Minot, North Dakota July 10, 2019
Banned From Everywhere vs Keiran Bourne and Matty Alouette •Banned From Everywhere take the fight to their friendly foe (Matty Alouette) and their brooding foe (Kieran Bourne) •Justin and Matty turn in a chain-wrestling exhibition that even stuns Justin when he makes it to a stand-off with zero casualties •Justin gets the advantage with a High-Risk Headlock, but cannot capitalize as Matty falls close enough to his corner for Kieran to tag in •Kieran pounds away at Justin with an overwhelming array of quick strikes and just enough aerial offense to wow the crowd, but not sway many out of supporting Banned From Everywhere • Justin tries to reach his corner, but Kieran pulls him away and locks him in an STF that almost gets a submission before Awesome Bill From Dawsonville makes the save •Honorary BFE member Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox urges the crowd to rally Justin •Justin escapes and tries to make the tag, but Kieran stops the idea by clocking Awesome Bill off the apron before Justin can lunge to the corner •Matty and Kieran pull off some slick double-team moves as Awesome Bill returns to the apron, angry and ready for the tag •Matty misses a charge in the corner as Justin rolls away and makes the tag to an ornery Awesome Bill •Lariats for everyone as Awesome Bill powers through Matty and Kieran numerous times, focusing his attack on Matty, since he is still the legal man •Go Dawgs gets 2 as Kieran stomps Awesome Bill’s head just as Angelo Barros was about count 3 •Justin drills Kieran with a flying double knee to send him tumbling to the outside •Justin climbs to the top turnbuckle to get in position for Banned From Space •Awesome Bill’s aim is pure as Justin land perfectly on a prone Matty •Awesome Bill makes the cover as Kieran is cut off by Shizuru
Your winner (pinfall, 5:47), Banned From Everywhere
Six-Person Elimination Tag: The Saints of Sinners (Firewoman, Moosehead Jack, Matt Folz) vs Los Defenstrators and Sebastian Davis "Laser Cannon Deth Sentence" plays and the Saints come down united as the crowd boos. They all stand in the middle of the ring and glare as their opponents make their way to the ring. Matt stands dead center in the ring and just glares at Davis while the other 4 get out of the ring. The bell rings and Davis and Folz immediately start exchanging right hands. Matt with an Irish Whip and he takes Davis over with a spinebuster. Matt with a Stun Gun and then tags out to Fire. Matt and Fire with a double brainbuster and a double elbow drop. Fire makes the tag back to Matt and he nails Davis with a lariat. The momentum takes them both over the top rope and they begin to brawl. Neither one is paying attention to the count as they brawl up the aisle. The referee reaches 10 and calls for the bell.
Both Matt Folz and Sebastian Davis have been counted out.
That doesn't seem to affect these two as they continue to brawl around. Sebastian with a low blow that doubles Matt over and then he grabs a Clangy Pole. Sebastian with a wild swing, Matt ducks and sweeps Sebastian's legs out from under him. Matt grabs the pole and nails Sebastian in the ribs. He looks to do serious damage before OOWF Security drags him away.
Back in the ring Clan Quinn and Los Defenstrators have pretty much abandoned all pretense of a match and are just brawling. Moose catches El Voltaje coming off the top rope and nails him with a GTSF.
El Voltaje has been eliminated.
Ecostemia immediately runs in and nails Moose with a knee to the back and then hits him with the Total Coincidence. He runs over and blows Cinnamon Dust in Fire's eyes before covering Moose.
Moosehead Jack has been eliminated.
Ecostemia pulls a still blinded Fire into the ring and 'pays tribute' to Ecosystem by hitting an ENF.
Firewoman has been eliminated. Ecostemia is the sole survivor at 10:12
Best-of-7 Series – Match 6 : The Frenemies (3) vs. The Darling Twins (2) •Kylie Mignolio starts for The Frenemies while Alexis Darling takes the first crack for The Darling Twins •Kylie baffles Alexis with her speed, but is obliterated with a spinebuster with Kylie rolling away to tag in Bridget O’Malley •Bridget and Alexis trade the advantage through various acts of chain wrestling and a few stand-offs with fisticuffs •Alexander Darling tags in and initially overpowers Bridget, but is caught in a rear-naked choke that is broken when Alexander scrambles for the ropes •Alexander gets the edge on Bridget with an uppercut that sends the ginger Yinzer flying backwards •Alexander keeps on the attack with a series of knee strikes, another uppercut and a Michinoku Driver that gets 2 •Bridget tries to roll to the outside, but gets caught and pulled into a surfboard submission that is only broken when Alexander’s shoulders were counted down for 2 •The Darlings work a series of quick tags to keep Bridget isolated, Alexis’ springboard splash gets 2.5 with a Kylie save •The Darlings use that break-up and subsequent Kylie escort to hammer away at Bridget •Alexander is now legal, despite not tagging in. Mel Creech is not too bothered by this •Bridget gets a back elbow as Alexander was setting up for a German suplex to escape that predicament •Bridget pulls out of her kickpad that Alexander was holding on to as she gets the tag to Kylie •Kylie is a house of fire with a quick-strike attack on Alexander and a dropkick to Alexis that sends her out •Kylie tries to twist Alexander into a Sharpshooter getting a forearm from a returning Alexis just as Alexander was turned over •Bridget recovers enough to pair off with Alexis as the two tumble out •Kylie pulls Alexander into a small package and keeps him in it for 10 seconds but Creech is way too concerned about the Bridget-Alexis brawl on the outside •A frustrated Kylie breaks the pin and tries to get Creech to pay attention to the ring •Alexander craftily rolls Kylie up for a flash 3-count to tie the series at 3-all
Your winners (pinfall, 13:21), The Darling Twins
OOWF Onslaught Championship: Mac Flasher (c) vs. Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox •Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox doesn’t even wait for Mac Flasher to enter the ring, uncorking a Space Flying Tiger Drop on the champion before he even looked at his opponent •Mac, now furious, tears into the ring, only for Misato Misawa to hold him back and enforce the prematch handshake •Mac obliges but tries to pull Shizuru in for a short clothesline, but is eluded and dropkicked out of the ring •Shizuru follows with a baseball slide that hits Mac on the jaw •Shizuru, still doing the redneck thing, shouts out to the fans and gets a very positive response •Misawa’s count is up to 10 by the time that Mac returns to the ring •Shizuru gets in at 12 and gets a knee to the back of the head •Mac takes control with a series of knee strikes and a standing lariat that maybe shifted a few of Shizuru’s molars •Mac tries to whip Shizuru into the corner, but he falls two steps away from the turnbuckles •Mac arrogantly strides over to Shizuru, who possums him into a small package that gets 2 •Mac ground-and-pounds Shizuru and gets his first warning •Mac argues the warning and ups the ante with a stun gun over the top rope before standing across Shizuru’s windpipe. That gets a second warning •Mac smirks as fans boo him •Shizuru gasps for air and rolls to the apron •As Shizuru stands, Mac tries to shoulder-block him off, only to eat a roundhouse kick •A springboard splash gets 2 with Mac putting his leg over the bottom rope. That’s his first rope break •Shizuru rallies with a fighting spirit surge that sees kicks, knees, forearms, and a spinning heel kick daze and floor Mac •Shizuru hoists Mac up for Eastbound and Down (the renamed Psycho Driver) and gets 2.75 as Mac’s leg is under the bottom rope. That’s rope break No. 2 •Mac rolls out of the ring to catch his air and also catches Shizuru as he tries a springboard dive from the top •Mac introduces Shizuru’s skull to the ringpost and then the steel stairs •Mac then rolls a limp Shizuru into the ring and drops him on his head with a Flash Drive •An unresponsive Shizuru is then locked in Sleep Mode as Misawa immediately calls for the bell
Your winner (referee stoppage, 10:17), and STILL OOWF ONSLAUGHT CHAMPION, Mac Flasher
OOWF Intercontinental Championship: Stacy Kirkland (c) vs Zed Zed makes his entrance and he is stoked for the championship bout. Rev. Brick is giving him some last minute positive affirmations and then very obviously starts to pray for Zed's success. Zed is ignoring that as he instantly notices no referees in the ring and rolls his eyes as Stacy Kirkland appears at the top, with Junior Hale. They make it to the ring and Rev. Brick goes over to the announce table to complain about Hale being the referee again. Russ and Razz just shrug because they have no power to change that. Rev. Brick assures Zed he will take care of it and storms to the back. Junior takes the belt lovingly from Stacy and shows it to Zed and then hands it off to the timekeeper and with a ring of the bell, we are off.
Zed wisely decides to NOT give Stacy any room and attacks quickly. This takes Stacy off her game for a bit, and allows Zed some serious offense, and a fun suplex series. He goes for the early pin, but Stacy gets an arm up. Hale admonishes Zed for not getting off Stacy quickly enough--
Razz: That's what she said Russ: Shut up.
--which gives Stacy some extra time to get her bearings. Finally, Hale gets out of the way and we start over. Zed attacks with European uppercuts and elbows, driving Stacy into the corner, but...NO BODY PUTS STACY IN A CORNER~! She quickly counters with a Greco-Roman Eye Poke. Zed pulls back, hand over his eye and yells at Hale. Hale obviously didn't see it, so....on we go. Stacy finds her footing, and flies at him. It's her turn now and she shows off the power moves. Powerbomb then she picks up Zed by the hair into a urinage and then a senton. She goes for the pin and one, two, NO~! Zed kicks out, and it's a good thing too. Stacy helps him up with double claws to the chin, lifting him to his feet. But Zed no likey the fingernails digging into his jaw, and circles his arms around and down onto Stacy's arms, breaking the hold. Zed hits a quick DDT, and then takes his advantage to get Stacy into a sleeper hold. Stacy writhes around in an attempt to get her long leg on the rope. Or at least under it. Looks like she does, too, as Hale demands Zed break the hold. Zed does and gets to his feet, yelling at Hale to call the match fairly. Hale shrugs. Zed turns around right into a BIG slap from Stacy. That spins him around, but he gets his leg up for an Attempted Big Boot! Stacy blocks it though, grabbing the leg and transitions into a figure four leg lock. That looks painful and it's all the more painful because Stacy uses the ropes for extra leverage. Zed tries to get out of it, but no dice. He has to tap.
Your winner (submission, 12:19), AND STILL OOWF INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPION, “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland
OOWF World Championship Match: Beverly Cambridge (c) vs. "Silver Eagle" Jack Bullet •This one never gets started as the referee’s instructions are interrupted by Sebastian Davis and a clangy pole •Davis tees off on “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet and then Beverly Cambridge, leaving both laying as he poses over both •That leaves him open for Jack to unleash a hellacious low blow, felling the Texan and giving Jack a chance to beat him from pillar to post •Beverly, while rubbing her jaw, gets in on the action, reintroducing the clangy pole into the fray and to Sebastian’s head •Davis Hightower waves in help, but Beverly holds off the yellow shirts as Jack works over Sebastian •Eventually, Matt Folz emerges from the stands but doesn’t get close to Sebastian as he runs at the sight of the angry Wisconsinite •Matt stays outside of the ring as Jack and Beverly nod in respect and raise each other’s hand in victory •Sebastian is spotted on the top of the ramp cursing out Jack, Beverly and Matt as the feed cuts out
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OOWF MidWeek Mayhem (#924) Live! From International Falls, Minnesota July 3, 2019
Banned From Everywhere and Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox vs Bishop Blaize, Akiru Tornado and Layne Cobain With Bishop Blaize, Akiru Tornada and Layne Cobain already in the ring, “Insane in the Brain” plays and whips the International Falls crowd into a frenzy as Awesome Bill from Dawsonville and Justin Sane emerge from the tunnel atop Drunkey and Drunkette. They pause halfway down the aisle as “Old Town Road” interrupts to bring out the newly wardrobed Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox, who nods at Banned From Everywhere before running into the ring and letting out a few Southern-fried yells. Angelo Barros checks all six men before calling for the bell as Shizuru starts for his team with Akiru opening for his squad.
Shizuru ducks a quick clothesline try and turns Akiru around and on the at into a cobra twist that gets 2. Shizuru then pops up, boots Akiru in the gut and ends things quickly with Eastbound and Down (the renamed Psycho Driver). Barros counts 3 as Banned From Everywhere, both in stunned and impressed expressions, politely stop Bishop and Layne from stopping the count.
Your winners (pinfall, 1:04), Banned From Everywhere and Shizuru-Mune Mangyuniku-Cox!
Shizuru stands up and gets hugged by Awesome Bill and congratulated by Justin, who salute the fans as Shizuru lets out a few more Southern-fried yells before the newly minted trio makes its way to the back.
Best of 7 - Match 5: Frenemies vs The Darlings
To be edited in. The Darlings take advantage of a sloppy, distracted Bridget to stay alive in the best-of-7 series, cutting The Frenemies' lead to 3-2.
Stacy Kirkland vs. Kieran Bourne Bourne makes his entrance to his music. Crowd is still a bit unsure of what to think of him, but they cheer him anyway. Stacy Kirkland comes in with Junior Hale, holding her belt high, to the usual boos and occasional cheers from the Saints fans. They get in the ring and she give the belt to Hale for safe-keeping. He passes it off to the time keeper, calls for the bell, and we’re off.
Kieran tries to start off with a regular classic shoulder-elbow tie up, but Kirkland is having none of that. She tosses a few elbows his way and drives him back, and it looks like she’s trying to bloody his nose, by the way she’s targeting his face. Kieran eventually gets his senses about him and counters, and now we’re doing the wrestling. Back and forth they go, Bourne is able to trip Kirkland on a rope-run with a toe hold, and gets her into a chinlock.
Hale IMMEDIATELY calls for a release of the hold, arguing that Kirkland’s foot was under the rope. Bourne tries to protest, but they WERE pretty close to the edge, so it’s possible. Back on their feet and back to the wrestling. Some more rope runs and such, and Kirkland lands a beautiful Falling Tower for a 2 count. Both get to their feet. Kirkland starts to run the ropes again but this time Bourne counters early and whips her right into Hale! Hale crumbles like a house of cards, and this distracts Kirkland enough so that Bourne can capitalize on a school girl roll up….one, two, three, four, five… Hale opens one eye, and then shuts it again really quickly.
Head referee Davis Hightower races down but by the time he gets into position for the count, Kirkland has kicked out. The match resumes. Kirkland pummels Bourne with punches and kicks and Bourne gives it right back, turning it into the brawl that both were made for. He whips Kirkland around and sets up a powerbomb into the corner. As he gets her up in the air, Hale rolls towards him and knocks him off balance. Hightower doesn’t buy it as an accident and calls for the DQ.
Your winner (disqualification, 7:37), Kieran Borne.
Stacy, who is apoplectic, retrieves her Intercontinental Championship and pastes Kieran with with it as Hightower gets right in Stacy’s face. Hale steps in between the two, giving Stacy the chance to hit a belt-aided running senton on Kieran’s chest and deliver a few stomps before exiting to a chorus of boos.
Mac Flasher vs. Zed “Reverend BRICK~! Superstar” brings out The Reverend BRICK~! and Zed. One is all smiles and the other is determined as he walks to the ring. “Legend Has It” interrupts and brings out Mac Flasher, to a deafening amount of boos. He slides under the bottom rope and pops up ready for a Zed attack, but gets none. Rev. BRICK~! commandeers the microphone from ring announcer Mike Elevenbee.
Rev. BRICK~!:“I’m man enough to admit that I’m wrong. And how The God Complex treated Mac Flasher was incorrect. We should have realized that it was Mac, who knew better about Johnstown. We should have known that Mac was the bell cow of The God Complex. So, today … I stand before all of these great fans in International Falls, Minnesota, and I am here to bring Mac Flasher back into the fold of The God Complex. On behalf of everyone in The God Complex, aside from maybe Bridget O’Malley … Mac, we forgive you. And we want to heal you.”
The Rev. BRICK~! then places his hand on Mac’s forehead and starts to tremble while Mac chuckles at the whole thing. He glances over to Zed, who merely shrugs, before removing Rev. BRICK~!’s hand from his forehead and exiting the ring. Davis Hightower rings the bell and makes a 10 count that Mac has no interest in beating as he’s already backstage by 7 and 10 isn’t that far behind 7 …
Your winner (countout, :10), Zed!
Zed shrugs again before getting his hand raised and chuckling at Rev. BRICK~!, who seems disappointed that his conversion attempt of Mac failed.
Los Defenestrators vs. Clan Quinn This one never makes it to the ring as Clan Quinn is found backstage in a heated brawl with Los Defenestrators, with no clear advantage among any of the four brawlers. Pallets, clangy poles, forklifts and chairs are all in play during the incredibly intense brawl that only ends when Firewoman simultaneously spears El Voltage just as El Ecosistema is tackling Moosehead Jack into a row of plate-glass panes, leaving all four bloodied and on the floor. As OOWF Medical tends to the combatants, they try to deliver blows to whomever is within an arm’s length with nothing landing or creating much damage.
Ladies and gentlemen, the official’s decision is no contest (:00).
Steel Cage Match: Sebastian Davis vs. “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet As the cage lowers, Mac Flasher tears into the ring and instigates a brawl with “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet before Matt Folz rushes in from the ringside seats to throw hands with Sebastian Davis as the cage has stopped halfway down. All of this while Masami Misawa tries to maintain order. Jack is able to dispose of Mac with a particularly brutal Silver Bullet DDT onto the apron while Matt and Sebastian need to be pulled apart all the way at the top of the ramp.
Jack then heads to the outside to bring the fight to Sebastian, pounding him from pillar to post before rolling him inside and reentering the ring. Misawa signals for the cage to finish lowering and calls for the bell as Jack continues with the momentum that he gained from the outside, tossing Sebastian into the cage and grinding his face in the steel before propping him between the ropes and the cage wall and delivering a spear … That misses as Sebastian sidesteps, before stumbling on top of Jack. The two stagger to their feet and begin exchanging blows with Jack’s punches getting cheered while Sebastian’s haymakers getting booed. Jack starts landing a few more and runs Sebastian into the ring post. After stepping back in between the ropes, Jack bashes Sebastian’s head off the top turnbuckle and flips him over the ropes and sits him in the corner. A cannonball try misses as Sebastian slides out of harm’s way, with the Texan booting away at Jack as he tries to shake the cobwebs.
After sufficiently booting Jack down, Sebastian tries to walk out, reaching the ropes closest to the door before Jack pulls him back and into another brawl. This time, Sebastian gains the advantage after a jab to the throat and a few suspicious knees to the torso area. Again, Sebastian tries to escape through the door with the Texan between the ropes and door before Jack crawls over and grabs his ankle, impeding his progress and getting the door closed again. Sebastian boots Jack away, but gets a fist to the groin for his efforts as Misawa sakes her head because it’s all legal in the cage. Sebastian lays on the mat with Jack popping up, a bit worse for wear, but still ready to go. Jack pulls Sebastian up and begins another round of fisticuffs with Jack using some stiff forearms to stagger Sebastian. After that, Jack hits a jawbreaker and a running neckbreaker, putting Sebastian on his back. With Jack closer to the side opposite the door, he begins his climb as Sebastian is slow to come to his senses. Jack climbs up and drapes a leg over the top of the cage as Mac climbs the outside to meet Jack, who is ready with a series of rights and a Talon that causes Mac to lose most of his motor skills as he releases his hold on the cage wall and falls out of Jack’s grip and onto the announce table. Jack peers down at Mac’s spasming body all while Sebastian takes advantage of Jack’s distracted state and crawls out with zero resistance, much to his own surprise until the bell rings and a very "I knew I could do it" smirk washes across his face.
Your winner (escape, 11:56), Sebastian Davis.
Jack, now aware of what has happened, descends the cage wall and begins pummeling Mac through the wreckage of the table. Sebastian staggers over and pulls Jack off Mac and starts to brawl with him as OOWF Medical and officials pour in from the ramp. Mac stands up and delivers a monitor to the side of Jack’s head, toppling Sebastian, too as officials are finally able to separate the men. Sebastian and Mac give each other a nod as the feed shows all three men being held away from each other by a host of yellow shirts.
OOWF World Heavyweight Championship match: Matt Folz vs. Beverly Cambridge "Cut the Cord" plays and the crowd goes crazy as Beverly Cambridge makes her way to ringside, slapping hands with fans along the way. She gets in the ring and warms up as "Battle Without Honor or Humanity" plays and Matt Folz comes out from behind the curtain. Before Matt can get to the ring, Sebastian Davis comes out and attacks him from behind with a Clangy Pole. Pole shot to Matt's knee takes him down and then several shots to the ribs follow. Sebastian drags Matt over, places his knee on the ring steps and nails it 3 times with the pole. Sebastian picks up Matt's OOWF World Heavyweight Championship which had fallen off during the attack and throws it in the ring, nearly hitting Beverly in the process. Sebastian then rolls Matt into the ring before leaving to a chorus of boos.
Russ: "I'm very sorry folks, I'm not sure we HAVE a main event now."
Matt uses the ropes to pull himself up and motions Beverly to bring it on.
Russ:"Maybe we do after all."
The referee reluctantly calls for the bell and this one is underway. Matt slowly limps to the middle of the ring and locks up with Beverly. Matt with an Irish Whip and a lariat, followed by him dropping an elbow for a one count. Matt tries to follow up with an overhead belly to belly suplex, but he can't get any lift on it and the result is Beverly taking a nasty bump. Matt covers for 2. Matt with another Irish Whip attempt, Beverly reverses. Matt gets 2 steps in and collapses to the ground. Beverly wisely goes after Matt's knee, softening it up before dragging him to the middle of the ring and applying a Figure Four. Matt struggles and barely makes it to the ropes. Beverly breaks clean and as Matt is using the ropes to pull himself up Beverly attempts a big splash in the corner. Matt moves out of the way and Beverly hits her arm hard against the post. Matt immediately locks in an arm bar, looking for the submission but Beverly makes it to the ropes. Matt grits his teeth in pain as he tries to place Beverly on his shoulders for an Angle Slam, but his knee collapses and Beverly lands on top. 1...2....3.
Winner (pinfall, 5:32) and NEW OOWF World Heavyweight Champion Beverly Cambridge.
Matt sits up as a stunned Beverly takes the championship from the official. Matt pulls himself to his feet and grabs Beverly’s shoulder. Instinctively, Beverly turns around and is ready to throw hands, but instead gets a respect hug from Matt, who slides out of ring and pounds the mat in frustration while allowing Beverly her moment.
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OOWF MidWeek Mayhem: Maple Leaf Massacre 4 (#923) Live! From Windsor, Ontario June 26, 2019
BRIDGET O'MALLEY vs. MAC FLASHER - OOWF Onslaught Championship Match
“Crown on the Ground” blares through the arena with Bridget O’Malley looking quite angry as she power walks to the ring, tightening her kick pads and re-velcroing her gloves as she heads inside. With most of the fans in attendance chanting their support, Bridget bounces off the ropes a few times before “I Get Wet” interrupts. But there’s no Mac Flasher. The song plays about 2 minutes through before halting abruptly. Then “Legend Has It” by Run The Jewels bellows over the arena with Mac striding out. While the reaction isn’t fully negative, it’s still a shock to the Onslaught Champion after almost three years in the company.
Mac’s look of surprise becomes an arrogant smirk as he stands on the apron and looks out to the fans on that side. He climbs into the ring and almost into a kick from Bridget as Masato Misawa has to pull her back at the last second. Mac gestures as he’s feeding nearby ducks while Bridget’s face turns a deep shade of red. Mac grins as Misawa goes over the instructions. Mac hands over the title for Misawa to hold up, which he does. Mac, ever the gentleman, offers a handshake that Bridget offers a Size 10 in reply. With Mac shaking the sting out of his hand, Misawa calls for the bell with Bridget immediately trying to lock Mac in an armbar. Mac’s ring awareness saves him, but since Onslaught Rules …
Mac Flasher has used his first rope break.
Mac backs away from the enraged Bridget, who gives chase with a dropkick that tangles Mac in the ropes. Bridget continues the attack with a few forearm shivers until Misawa pulls Bridget away and chides her. While Mac encourages a warning, nothing of the sort is issued, angering Mac who gets in Misawa’s face and eats a dropkick from Bridget, and this time, falls through the ropes and to the outside. Bridget sizes up Mac’s location and delivers a Burning Bridget (suicide dive) to Mac, pushing him over the barricade and into the fans. Mac scrambles out of the hostile territory and into a right forearm. He falls back with Bridget in pursuit, and is able to pull her face-first into a barricade to gain his first advantage.
Razz: “Now we’ll see what Mac has cooking. A lot of that stuff in the past was to please the fans, now he’s here to hurt people.” Russ: “… But that person on the ground right now was his fiancee. Hell, the wedding might still be on. That proposal in Johnstown might have been for show for all we know. Remember, she did take that ring off before.” Razz: “Please. Just … Stop with the ‘As the World Turns’ nonsense.”
Mac gets to his feet and pulls Bridget up by her hair, rolling her inside before pulling himself up. Bridget stands up and gets a shoulder to the torso for her efforts. Mac then sends a knee to Bridget’s jaw as she was doubled over, snapping her onto the mat. Mac stands over Bridget before grabbing a leg and driving an elbow to the inside of her knee. Mac continues to work on the leg with some rope-aided submissions as he’s fully leaning into this new side.
Russ: “You wonder what made Mac Flasher turn to this side of himself. You wonder why he turned his back on so many supporters. You wonder why he …” Razz: “He made his reasons very clear already. You cannot say that he wasn’t trying to warn everyone of what would happen in Johnstown.” Russ: “But The God Complex welcomed him …” Razz: “He never wanted that, Russ. He went along for Bridget. He did a lot of stuff to go along with what others wanted … In Johnstown, he finally started acting for himself.”
Misawa does eventually catch Mac with his hand gripping the ropes on a half-crab attempt, forcing a break and earning …
Mac Flasher has been given his first warning.
Mac scowls at Misawa and grabs Bridget by the ankle again, only to eat the heel from Bridget’s other foot. Mac stumbles back with Bridget kipping up and running into a lariat from Mac. Mac tries a cover and gets 1. Mac continues the attack with a grinding side headlock that actually works its way into two pinfall tries, each one barely getting 2. Mac lets go of Bridget after she was able to shift her weight onto Mac and get 1. From there Mac tries to grab Bridget’s hair, only to get caught in a small package that gets 2. Bridget then flows into an armbar that she cannot quite lock in as Mac pulls away and rolls under the bottom rope.
Mac Flasher has used his second rope break.
Mac pops up and immediately argues the call with Misawa, claiming that he was out of the attempt before crossing under the ropes. Misawa isn’t having this argument, pointing out that his word is law. Somewhere in the PHWF locker room, John Law nods in approval. Bridget is able to use Mac’s lack of focus against him as she pulls him down with a lungblower and a pinning combination that gets 2. Mac tries to beg off Bridget, who feels a lot feelings surging through her before deciding on kicking Mac’s head off. Three kicks don’t do the trick, but a fourth puts Mac on his back. While loopy, Mac is aware enough to roll out of the ring with Bridget not far behind. Mac, now upright, heads to the timekeeper’s table and usurps Mike Elevenbee’s microphone. He taps it then halts the oncoming Bridget before speaking.
Mac: “Bridget … I’m sorry. I’m sorry that I did what I did. I’m sorry that I …”
Bridget is not buying it for a second, charging in and decking Mac before trying to feed him the microphone. Misawa hops out to pull Bridget away, and …
Bridget O’Malley has been given her first warning.
Bridget argues with Misawa, never seeing the microphone-holding right hand of Mac, which connects on Bridget’s jaw, dropping her in a heap. Misawa takes a second before turning around and seeing Mac just as confused as he is.
Mac takes the lifeless Bridget and rolls her into the ring. Once in the center of the ring, Mac drops to a knee, on Bridget’s stomach, as Misawa makes the count.
Your winner (pinfall, 15:28), AND STILL ONSLAUGHT CHAMPION, Mac Flasher.
Mac celebrates as if the entire arena had been supporting him, but alas he’s pelted with garbage as he quickly jogs to the back as Bridget comes to and asks Misawa what had happened.
LOS DEFENESTRATORS vs. CLAN QUINN – OOWF World Tag Team Title Steel Cage Match
“Do You Like Waffles?” plays out Los Defenestrators and the OOWF World Tag-Team Titles that belong to Clan Quinn, who try to sneak attack Los Defenestrators on the ramp. They succeed in beating the two masked men from from pillar to post, seemingly busting open El Voltaje with a brutal double chairshot. As Moosehead Jack heads back to pick up the dropped OOWF Tag-Team Titles, he tosses the straps down in disgust and shouts “These are replicas!” before braining El Ecosistema with a particularly brutal kendo stick swing. With both men bloodied and unconscious, Firewoman does the honors of unmasking the men to reveal …
Russ: “That’s Johnny Icepick! And that’s Joey Kielbasa under El Ecosistema’s mask! Have we been fooled this whole time?” Razz: “Partner, those are not the masked men that Clan Quinn are looking for. Look in the ring.”
Razz’s command with the camera spinning to inside the ring sees Ecosistema and Voltaje standing with the actual tag-team titles … We think. Ecosistema has a microphone.
Ecosistema: “Hola, Clan Quinn. No puedes ser nine-time champions al meterte en las traps. Hemos set las traps.”
As Ecosistema looks above the ramp, a large net falls about 5 feet behind where the Quinns are standing.
Ecosistema: “¡Fools! ¡Se suponía que supposed to be standing allí atrás! Ahora tenemos que hacer esto ourselves.”
As Los Defenestrators drop outside, the Quinns are quick to meet them and trigger a wild brawl around ringside with Moose clocking Voltaje with a replica championship. All while Davis Hightower waits patiently for the combatants to bring it inside. He waits about 30 seconds before breaking up the clash and instructing both teams inside to start the match proper. Hightower signals for the bell and Moose wastes little time before lunging across the ring and tearing into Voltaje, tossing him over the top rope and onto the apron before delivering a flying forearm that crashes the supposed luchador outside. Firewoman taunts Ecosistema just long enough to get Hightower distracted before dropping down and aiding her brother in a 2-on-1 beatdown complete with ring cables being wrapped around Voltaje’s throat and a long hip toss with the cable snapping Voltage down to the exposed concrete. Thanks, Firewoman! Voltaje writhes in pain as Moose unceremoniously introduces his back to the apron and dumps him back inside.
Russ: “You have to think that Clan Quinn has deemed El Voltaje the weaker of the two.” Razz: “When you’ve been tormented as long as you have by those two, and you’re also Clan Quinn, both men are dead men once you actually get your hands on them.”
Razz’s words almost prove prophetic as Moose destroys Voltaje in the corner with a roaring elbow and knee to the jaw. Moose riles up the pockets of Saints of Sinners supporters scattered throughout the arena. Moose follows up with an exploder suplex and a knee across the throat before reaching back and tagging in Firewoman, all while his shin is still across Voltaje’s throat. Voltaje kicks in protest until Firewoman grabs his legs and delivers a headbutt to the lower abdomen. That allows Firewoman to work the knee as if she owns it and Voltaje has been borrowing it during his lifetime. A stepover toehold draws screams from Voltaje, but no submission. Firewoman then cranks a half-crab with Voltaje struggling to reach the ropes. Finally he manages to grab the ropes, prompting a break from that hold, but not a break from the beating as Firewoman drives Voltaje’s knee to the mat about five times before Ecosistema runs in to stop the beating, but only allowing it to get worse when Hightower escorts Ecosistema back to his corner and Moose to “tag back in” complete with the interrogation Hightower and “honesty” from the Quinns.
Moose, now the owner of Voltaje’s knee, chooses more high-impact than submission, hitting a modified atomic drop with Voltaje’s knee hitting Moose’s. As Voltaje can barely stand, Moose dropkicks the wounded leg and hammers away strictly by punching the side of his knee. While not a submission, Voltaje grabs the ropes to gain a respite. Hightower requests a break. Moose grants it and then picks up Voltaje and drapes his leg over the top rope in a Hammock of Woe, I guess, with both Moose and Firewoman working the knee as Hightower tries multiple methods to get the Quinns off Voltaje before Ecosistema runs in with handfuls of churro dust for both Quinns and Hightower, though Ecosistema seems distraught that Hightower was accidentally blinded.
Razz: “Now’s your chance, Eco! Get revenge for that broken neck!” Russ: “Wait … Didn’t you say in Johnstown that it couldn’t be Eco because that neck would stay broken?” Razz: “Well … Ummmm … Hey, Russ! Would you look at that?”
Ecosistema comes in a house of Taco Bell Diablo Sauce, smashing both Quinns with whatever part of the ring is most convenient while Voltaje slumps to the outside. Ecosistema then slingshots himself into both Quinns, sending Moose to the outside and leaving Firewoman very groggy inside. Ecosistema looks to see that Hightower is still trying to get the cinnamon-sugar powder out of his eyes before starting to untie his mask and revealing …
Russ: “Why is he choosing now to unmask? It has to be Ecosystem! No way that Junichiro Muyo’s ego could let this go under cover for this long without revealing that this was his work!”
… An El Voltaje mask. Ecosistema delivers The Total Coincidence on Firewoman with Hightower crawling over to count 3, with Firewoman kicking out at 3.01.
Your winners (pinfall, 15:39), AND ACTUALLY OOWF WORLD TAG-TEAM CHAMPIONS, Los Defenestrators!
Ecosistema runs out to grab the championships and celebrate with Voltaje, who recognizes the mask as his own pattern and is quite confused. Despite Ecosistema’s loud cry of “SOY ECOSISTEMA” Voltaje limps away quickly shouting “¡Aléjate, doppelganger!” with the Quinns inside trying to sort out what just happened, but not before Firewoman picks up Ecosistema’s mask for safe keeping.
KYLIE MIGNOLIO vs. KIERAN BOURNE vs. STACY KIRKLAND – OOWF Intercontinental Title Match
After a long back and forth match, Stacy rolls up Bourne and gets a quick three. WINNER in 25:21 – Stacy Kirkland
SEBASTIAN DAVIS vs. JACK BULLET vs. BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE vs. MATT FOLZ – OOWF World Heavyweight Title Match
Most of the match consists of Bev and Bullet fighting in the ring while Folz and Davis brawl around the ring. The end comes when Mac Flasher walks to ringside and watches the events. Jack Bullet seems to take exception to this and jaws with Flasher for a moment, which allows Folz to hit the Olympic slam and get the pin to retain his title. WINNER in 45:22 – Matt Folz
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OOWF MidWeek Mayhem (#922) Live! From Maryville, New York June 19, 2019
THE DARLINGS vs. ZED & KYLIE MIGNOLIO
Kylie gets the pin for her team when she catches Alex in the Florida key for the three count. During the match, Zed appears to suffer a knee injury, he is helped to the back just before Kylie gets the pin WINNERS in 14:09 – Kylie Mignolio & Zed
SEBASTIAN DAVIS vs. JACK BULLET vs. BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE
Bullet gets the win when he superkicks a chair into Davis’ face, sending him out of the ring, then catches Bev in a small package. WINNER in 25:11 – Jack Bullet
After the match, Davis attacks Bullet and leaves him lying in a pool of blood, Bev tries to help Bullet, but she gets a chair shot to the head for her trouble
LOS DEFENESTRATORS vs. CLAN QUINN
No contest, match never even starts, the two teams brawl around the arean and out into the night. Los Def make their escape in a waiting, running, glass truck. WINNER – No Contest
KIERAN BOURNE vs. STACY KIRKLAND
Kirkland wins via ref stoppage when he rules that, after taking a mid-rope DDT, Bourne was unable to continue. The fact that Bourne was standing on his feet when this decision was made seems irrelevant. WINNER in 7:32 via referee stoppage – Stacy Kirkland
BRIDGET O’MALLEY vs. MAC FLASHER
Flasher comes to the ring, waits for Bridget, but before the bell rings, he flips her off and walks out taking the count out loss. Bridget, and the crowd, are NOT at all pleased about this. WINNER via countout in :10 – Bridget O’Malley
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OOWF Hometown Heroes (#919) Live! From Johnstown, Pennsylvania Sunday, June 16, 2019
LOS DEFENESTRATORS vs. CLAN QUINN
As El Ecosistema and El Voltaje enter the arena with the OOWF Tag Team Titles that don’t belong to them, Clan Quinn bum rushes the masked pair, attacking both with chairs on the ramp. Firewoman starts to work over Ecosistema as Moosehead Jack does the same to Voltaje. With OOWF Security spilling onto the ramp, Clan Quinn is de-chaired, but that only stops so much of the violence as Firewoman dons a set of brass knuckles and drills Ecosistema in the jaw, knocking him silly and affording her a chance to work on his mask. All of this is happening as Moose has Voltaje tied in the ropes by his throat with a series of shots to the ribs and gut.
Firewoman has the strings of Ecosistema’s mask untied as the totally not Ecosystem wrestler pulls down on the mask to keep it on. A well-placed groin shot moves Ecosistema’s hands to a different area as Firewoman has the mask halfway off. Just as Firewoman seems to have the mask in her grasp, the public address system blares out “Happy” stopping everything in that frame. A look of pure rage washed over Firewoman’s face as Junichiro Muyo’s entrance video plays, but there’s no Ecosystem.
Russ: “COULD. IT. BE? Is this a return that Firewoman has been dreading and denying since El Ecosistema made his way back to OOWF?” Razz: “Expect the man behind this music to come out in a wheelchair. That neck will still be broken.”
This smokescreen gives Ecosistema the chance to reapply his mask, pull a stale churro from his tights and waylay Firewoman in the back of her head. Voltaje had freed himself as he and Moose have engaged in a one-for-one slap contest with Voltaje gaining an advantage before Moose knees him in the gut and tosses him into the barricade. Moose charges up the ramp only to get a flying forearm for his troubles. Voltaje runs up the ramp as referee Angelo Barros remains in the center of the ring with a look of frustration on his face before he just waves the match off.
Ladies and gentlemen, OOWF referee Angelo Barros has declared this match, a no-contest.
While the announcement nullifies the scheduled bout, it does nothing to stop the brawl as Ecosistema pulls another churro from his tights and stuffs it in Moose’s mouth. As Moose tries to get the tasty treat out of his mouth, Voltaje drills him with “his” OOWF Tag Team championship. Firewoman hits an overhead suplex on Ecosistema off the ramp and onto a conveniently placed stack of boxes, crashing him softly to the floor. Firewoman drops down to search for Ecosistema, who has crawled into a box at the base of the stack and began to scuttle away, only to run into an enraged Firewoman, who pulls the box off Ecosistema and gets a handful of churro dust to the face as Ecosistema bolts into the path of Moose, who has disposed of Voltaje and has procured Happy Deth Bat IV in the process. A wild swing misses Ecosistema and comes within inches of hitting Firewoman. While Moose turns around to find Ecosistema, both masked men are atop the ramp holding Clan Quinn’s championships chanting “OCHO TIME! OCHO TIME! OCHO TIME!” before getting chased to the back by Moose and Firewoman.
SEBASTIAN DAVIS vs. ZED
“Glory” plays out a battered Sebastian Davis, showing some of the effects of the beating he received on Saturday, but that doesn’t stop him from telling anyone who will listen that he’s better than anyone in the locker room, or in the building. With Sebastian in the ring, “Reverend BRICK~! Superstar” plays, bringing out The Reverend BRICK~!, who has a microphone in one hand and a collection plate in the other.
Rev. BRICK~!: “Johnstown! Are you ready to be blessed by the last true hero in OOWF? Are you ready to see Sebastian Davis get his comeuppance for his pride and bloodlust? For his envy of those who hold championships? Are you ready to cast a flood in this city to …”
The crowd boos Rev. BRICK~! vehemently.
Rev. BRICK~!: “Right. Right. Wishing for floods is a no-no is this town. Nevertheless, are you ready to see Zed bless this man with …”
Zed, tired of waiting, jogs out, with the effects of Sebastian’s attack showing. There’s not much time for Mel Creech to call for a bell before Zed hammers away at Sebastian with a series of rights and a left uppercut to send over the top. Sebastian lands on the apron, but is quickly clotheslined to the floor as Zed shouts a few words not endorsed by Rev. BRICK~! Sebastian’s way. Sebastian climbs back into the ring, instructing Creech to keep Zed at bay before trying to sneak a cheap shot in on the Carolinian, getting a right to the jaw in the process. Zed begins to work over Sebastian with a snap mare and series of kicks to the back and neck before Shining Wizard gets 1.5. Sebastian tries to roll out of the ring, but is grabbed by Zed, who stands him up, whips him into the ropes and hits him with a leg lariat that never gets a cover as Sebastian rakes the eyes of Zed just as he leaned over. Sebastian is first to his feet and starts to pummel Zed with forearm strikes and hammerfists, taking him to the corner and delivering a lariat and another rake to the eyes.
Razz: “If he can’t see you, he can’t fight you. While it’s not in the spirit of the rules, Sebastian shows that he’s the smartest fighter in OOWF.” Russ: “Spirit of the rules? It’s a gross violation of the rules. If it was anyone other than Mel Creech in those stripes, Sebastian Davis might be disqualified.”
Sebastian continues his assault, stomping away at Zed’s back and shoulders before trying to lock him in a Camel Clutch. Zed is able to fight out of it, but it’s Sebastian maintaining the advantage with an elbow drop to Zed’s neck, which gets segued into a side headlock with Sebastian leaning his weight onto Zed’s neck and shoulders. With Creech checking down on Zed, he’s not aware of Sebastian trying to prop his feet on the bottom rope. The cat-and-mouse game between Sebastian and Creech is played as Sebastian is able to drop his feet just as Creech peeks over Sebastian. Zed, who is almost fully drained, is reenergized by the Johnstown fans and Rev. BRICK~!, getting to his knees and finally breaking the headlock with a swift elbow to the gut. As Sebastian is doubled over, Zed runs the ropes with something in mind, but is cut off by a Pounce that sends Zed tumbling through the ropes.
Sebastian catches his air as Zed tries to collect his wits. All the while, Creech’s count gets to 7 before Rev. BRICK~! helps Zed to his feet. Zed gets to the apron and cuts off a charging Sebastian with a right cross. Sebastian tries again and gets another right. This time, Sebastian is doubled over, giving Zed a chance to slingshot in and get a Sunset flip that gets 2 before Sebastian bucks Zed off, sending him face-first into the turnbuckles. Zed turns around and right into a spinebuster. That gets 2 as Zed shoots a shoulder off of the mat. A middle-rope knee drop follows and also gets 2. Sebastian stands Zed up and tries to get him up for a Spring Break Plunge, but Zed blocks both tries and pulls Sebastian into a small package that gets 2 before Sebastian can shift the weight onto Zed for 2. The two roll around on the mat, exchanging 2 counts before getting tangled in the ropes. As Creech gets the two untangled, Sebastian grabs the collection plate from Rev. BRICK~! and blasts Zed, sending change all over the mat. Sebastian pockets a $20 bill before snapping Zed up and driving him down in his second try at a Spring Break Plunge. That gets 3 and Rev. BRICK~! protests with Creech almost immediately.
Your winner (pinfall, 14:20), Sebastian Davis!
Rev. BRICK~! grabs the collection plate and tries to give Sebastian what for, but the Texan has rolled out of the ring where he sends taunts Zed, Rev. BRICK~!, the fans and likely anyone who has ever been in Johnstown before heading to the back.
JACK BULLET & KYLIE MIGNOLIO vs. THE DARLINGS
“Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet and Kylie Mignolio make their way to the ringside area, soaking in the cheers from the Johnstown fans, all while discussing in-ring strategy as Kylie’s partner, Bridget O’Malley, has herself in something different tonight. The two stand in the ring as “Radioactive” hits to bring out the Darling Twins. Alexander and Alexis receive cheers, but not as vociferous as the ones their opponents received. Nevertheless, The Darlings enter the ring and stretch on the ropes with Masami Misawa inspecting all combatants for foreign – or domestic – objects and calling for the bell.
Alexander and Kylie start for their respective teams with Kylie using her quickness and lack of size to her advantage, escaping almost anything that Alexander was looking to try. A few chants of “3-1” start, but Alexander seems unimpressed by the effort, all while Alexis is on the outside gesturing with a side of mockery that she can’t hear the chants. While that’s going on, Alexander is able to cinch a waistlock on Kylie, grappling her down to the mat, with a Peterson Roll that gets 1. Kylie pops up and gets swept down by Alexander, who misses an elbow drop and kips up just as Kylie does the same. That gets a polite applause from the Johnstown faithful. Jack extends his hand into the ring, asking to tag in. Kylie is cool with that as she tags Jack in. Jack and Alexander chain-wrestle the hell out of each other for a good 90 seconds with a stand-off that has both men nodding in respect. Alexis tags herself in and gets tripped up by Jack as a result of her eagerness. Jack allows Alexis to get to her feet and tries to wrestle her down, getting her in a referee’s position before she’s able to escape. The younger Alexis waits for Jack to gather what happened, waving at him as he looks up to see Alexis in a vertical position. Jack tries to grapple with Alexis again, only for Alexis to stop that with a shove and a few strong-style kicks. Jack backs off, but not far enough as Alexis connects with a running knee just below Jack’s throat, sending him to a neutral corner. Alexis charges, but Jack is able to step away, allowing Alexis to go chest-first into the turnbuckle. Jack turns Alexis around, and tags in Kylie, who sprints in and monkey flips Alexis before before a handspring moonsault gets 2. Alexis stands up, grabs Kylie by the hair and vaults her over the top and onto the apron. Kylie sticks the landing, and avoids a shoulder tackle by Alexis, dropping down and sending a kick to the jaw that leaves her dazed between the top and middle ropes. A running knee lift is next for Alexis, bouncing her neck off the top rope before she slinks to the mat. Kylie heads back to the ring and tries a DDT from her knees, only for the stronger Alexis to block it and shove her off. Kylie tries again, only to get tossed through the ropes with her head hitting the apron on the way out.
Russ: “Usually Kylie Mignolio is so good at avoiding disaster by using her agility. That … Was not one of those cases.” Razz: “Not only will that compromise her team’s chances tonight, but if there are any lingering effects, this could be the opening that The Darlings need to start their comeback against The Frenemies.”
Alexis heads to the outside and escorts Kylie into the ring and into her team’s corner. From there, The Darlings exchange quick tags with heavy strikes and tandem offense beating Kylie down further. Kylie is on spaghetti legs as Alexander, now the legal combatant, hits a devastating lariat to get 2. A crucifix bomb gets 2, only when Jack comes in to make the save. Misawa chides Jack and takes him back to the corner as Alexander hits a slingshot suplex on Kylie to get 2, before a foot gets draped on the ropes. Alexander drags Kylie to the center of the ring drops a few knees on the inside of Kylie’s leg before trying to procure the Darling Money-Clip on Kylie. Alexander leans back and drops all of his weight onto Kylie’s back, causing great screams and agony as she cannot move an inch closer to the ropes, just as it looks like Kylie is about to tap out, Jack rushes in again and drills Alexander with a clothesline from behind. Misawa again has to take Jack the back, but the save does allow Kylie get some space. Kylie tries to crawl to Jack, but has her ankle grabbed by Alexander, who drags her across the canvas to Alexis, who tags in and begins another series of double teams and heavy strikes, eventually ending with Alexander in the ring as the legal man again. With a smirk on his face, Alexander locks Kylie in a sleeper hold, but that becomes his undoing as Kylie drops down and forces the top of her head to collide with Alexander’s jaw.
With Jack pounding on the top turnbuckle, Kylie is able to lunge and make the tag with Jack coming in with fists of fire for Alexander and an Irish Whip into Alexander for Alexis. As the two collide, Jack drops Alexis with a Silver Bullet DDT and delivers a belly-to-belly suplex onto Alexander for 2. Kylie recovers and hits a top-rope cross-body to take out Alexis as the two tumble through the ropes. Inside the ring, Jack and Alexander slug it out with Jack hitting an Eagle Splash on Alexander in the corner. Jack loads up a Talon and gets Alexander up for a Talon Slam, but is cut off by Alexis hitting a spear into Jack, creating all kinds of carnage in the ring. As three bodies lay on the mat, Kylie pulls herself onto the apron and begs to be tagged in. Jack, still without his wits, crawls to a neutral corner before making his way to Kylie, who tags in and immediately scales the turnbuckles. A moonsault onto Alexis incapacitates her before Kylie hits a running knee on Alexander. Kylie heads back to the top and tries a cross-body on a woozy Alexander but gets caught. That edge is short-lived as Jack kneels behind Alexander, toppling him with Kylie on top. The sudden fall winds Alexander long enough to get 3.
Your winners (18:54), Kylie Mignolio and “Silver Eagle” Jack Bullet!
Kylie and Jack celebrate in the ring, appearing to rekindle some of their out-of-the-ring chemistry before Alexis separates the two. Alexander stands beside his sister as tension mounts. Alexanders offers a hand, and Alexis reluctantly does the same, with Jack and Kylie shaking those hands. The sportsmanship pleases everyone but Razz as Kylie and Jack continue their celebration while Alexander and Alexis try to gather what went wrong.
KIERAN BOURNE vs. STACY KIRKLAND
Kieran Bourne stands in the ring, suspiciously eyeballing “Junior” Hale, who has drawn the assignment for this match. “Bad Mama Jama” brings out “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland, who tries to defend her DDT Ironman Heavy Metal Championship against many ringside fans, but is halted by OOWF Security. Stacy rolls into the ring and stares at Hale before he looks down to the mat and calls for the bell. Kieran opens with a shotgun dropkick that startles Stacy and sends her to the corner, but before Kieran can follow up, Hale stops him in the name of making sure that Stacy has enough time to recover after the dastardly attack. Kieran tries to step around Hale, but gets nowhere before Stacy hits a Lou Thesz Press from the middle turnbuckle and rains down blatant fists on Kieran, all while Hale sees nothing wrong. Kieran shoves Stacy off and argues with Hale, who is having none of this protest. Stacy tries to sneak attack Kieran, but he ducks a punch that is stopped inches from Hale’s face. Kieran scampers behind and rolls up Stacy for a slow 2.
Kieran has some issues with Hale’s cadence but is told to focus on the match. Kieran turns around and eats a forearm from Stacy and a pin attempt that gets 2, but barely 1 under most officials. Kieran kips up and sends an uppercut to Stacy’s jaw, going for a cover and getting 1. Kieran stays on the offensive but keeps an eye on Hale, who is loudly instructing Kieran the difference between right and wrong. Hale’s chatter is enough to throw Kieran off his rhythm a bit, as he whiffs on a Superkick and into a lungblower from Stacy.
Russ: “While Kieran isn’t the most pristine individual in OOWF, you get the feeling that he’s getting the shaft from ‘Junior’ Hale in that ring.” Razz: “‘Junior’ is just trying to officiate the match as per his judgment. Kieran has to respect the officiating or he’ll pay a heavy price.”
Stacy goes for a cover that gets 2. She opens a ground-and-pound attack that is as unorthodox as most have seen in a wrestling ring, but it works as Stacy opens a cut on Kieran’s forehead. This allows Stacy an opportunity to bite into the cut, while Hale is applying latex gloves with his back to the action. Kieran shoves off Stacy as Hale dives in to check Kieran’s cut, which hasn’t even really started bleeding out. Hale gives a standing 8 count to a very annoyed Kieran. Looks at the cut again. Sees a trifling amount of blood on his glove and calls for the bell, much to the confusion of everyone. Hale drops to the timekeeper’s table and confers with Mike Elevenbee.
Ladies and gentlemen, referee “Junior” Hale has stopped this match 10 minutes and 38 seconds, due to blood loss from Kieran Bourne. Therefore, your winner (referee stoppage) is “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland!
Kieran is incensed by the decision, tearing out of the ring to get in Hale’s face. Hale pays Kieran very little mind as Stacy heads to the outside and drops an axehandle onto Hale after Kieran moved away. Kieran tosses Stacy into the barricade before picking Hale up and in position for a Lifting DDT. Officials and OOWF Security pour out from the back to stop Kieran, who roughly drops Hale onto his feet before turning around into a Superkick from Stacy. The striped- and yellow-shirted detail halt the brewing brawl as Stacy checks on Hale momentarily.
BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE vs. TBA
With Beverly Cambridge standing in the ring, next to Masato Misawa as General Manager Vic DeNiro steps out onto the ramp. There is confusion amongst everyone in the arena, as Vic climbs into the ring and asks for a microphone.
Vic: “Beverly. Tonight, you were scheduled to face Matt Folz. Unfortunately, Mr. Folz is unable to compete after the attack he suffered this past Wednesday on MidWeek Mayhem at the hands of Sebastian Davis. While, we cannot give you Mr. Folz, you will have an opponent tonight, right here in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. That opponent is …”
“Glory” by The Score plays as an irate Sebastian Davis steps out, with a microphone in hand.
Sebastian: “So, you mean to tell me on a show that didn’t have John Law or Sizzlechest Manbeef-Cox on it, that you’re making me wrestle twice? I already proved that I am THE BEST. THING. GOING. in OOWF by beating Zed, 1-2-3 in that ring after a brutal attack by Moosehead Jack last night. Winning twice in one night does nothing but prove to the entire world that I am the uncrowned World Champion. So think very hard before you authorize this bout. Because a hurricane …”
Vic: “Yes. Yes. You’ll huff and you’ll puff and you’ll blow this arena down. While you’re doing that, Mr. Davis; you can face Beverly Cambridge, who holds a higher ranking on our World Title contenders list than you do. Beat her, and maybe these boasts are justified.”
Sebastian: “This is on YOUR hands, bud.”
Sebastian rolls into the ring and tries to get a quick attack on Beverly, but is held off by Misawa, who then calls for the bell. Sebastian, a bit worse for wear after the previous 24 hours, is tripped up by a drop toe hold with Beverly flowing the action into a bridging chinlock. Misawa checks on Davis, who shouts obscenities at the official before Beverly loses grip on the bridge thanks to a Greco-Roman bite from Sebastian. Misawa chides Sebastian for the illegal act, with Sebastian’s watch-my-beer bluster sending him right into a dropkick. That tips Sebastian off to the idea of taking a powder on the outside, all while Beverly is mockingly inviting him back inside.
Russ: “Do you get the feeling that Sebastian Davis is getting punished for his attack on Matt Folz?” Razz: “This isn’t punishment. That will come when Matt Folz returns. This is merely giving Beverly Cambridge something to do in Matt’s absence.”
Sebastian reenters the ring and again tries to get a cheapshot in on Beverly, who sidesteps the right hand and takes that arm with the intent of a LaBell Lock. Sebastian is too strong, but that doesn’t stop Beverly from adapting and sending the Texan to the mat with an arm drag. Beverly holds on to that arm, wringing it with a knee in Sebastian’s face all while Misawa is checking for a submission. Sebastian isn’t about that life, again loudly and profanely telling Misawa that he’s not getting that submission here. Beverly tries to pull the arm back into an arm bar, but Sebastian wraps his legs around the bottom rope, prompting Misawa to force a break. Beverly obliges, but not before getting a right cross to the jaw from Sebastian. Misawa tells Sebastian about the rules prohibiting such things. Sebastian makes a gesture akin to feeding the ducks as Beverly dropkicks Sebastin from behind, almost causing a collision with Misawa. Only Misawa’s ability to jump onto the top turnbuckle prevented disaster.
Russ: “That could have ended an official’s career. Masato Misawa suffered a brutal neck injury in 2012 and we almost saw a collision which would have probably paralyzed that young man.” Razz: “It’s the risk he runs anytime that he steps into that ring, but it’s not a thing that anyone would want to see.”
Beverly continues to fluster Sebastian with a few quick strikes and kicks, dropping him on his backside. That sets up a shotgun dropkick in the corner. As Beverly grabs Sebastian’s boot, he is able to pull her by the hair and send her shoulder-first into the ringpost. This finally gives Sebastian the opening he needs as Beverly slinks through the ropes and falls outside. Sebastian heads to the outside and opts to give Beverly’s shoulder a tour of all four ringposts. Sebastian sends Beverly into the ring and starts his assault, stomping away before Beverly is 100 percent in the ring. Misawa steps in to stop Sebastian and gets shoved to the mat, creating an instant emergency as OOWF Medical wastes no time in rushing to the ring to tend to Misawa. While that’s going on, Sebastian sends Beverly’s head into apron before searching under the ring for his weapon of choice, a clangy pole. Sebastian works over an increasingly defenseless Beverly with the pole as Medical and officials tend to Misawa, who is groggy and moving his limbs. All the while Sebastian has busted Beverly open with the pole and delivers a Cattle Driver to her on the outside mats as Vic DeNiro rushes to ringside.
All the while,
Your winner (disqualification, 13:45), Beverly Cambridge.
As Beverly lay on the outside mats, Sebastian stares the GM down and repeats “Give me, Folz” and “This is on you, Vic!” in alternating snaps before exiting to a rainfall of trash and debris. Misawa, now seated, rubs his neck as some Medical personnel drop down to assist Beverly.
BRIDGET O’MALLEY vs. MAC FLASHER – OOWF Onslaught Championship Match
The feed cuts to an earlier interaction between General Manager Vic DeNiro and Mac Flasher in Mac’s locker room.
Vic: “MacIntosh. I understand your reluctance in taking this match, but I do appreciate that you eventually signed on.”
Mac: “Well, my hands were tied by a number of factors, so what choice did I have.”
Vic: “The choice was always yours, but you only saw the negative consequences and figured that the world was against you. They were in place, because I knew you’d do the right thing and take this match with Ms. O’Malley. Just know, that anything you do to disqualify yourself from this match will not only cost you the Onslaught Championship, but it will ban you from future OOWF World Title matches for a time period of my discretion.”
Mac: “Well, thanks again for giving me the illusion of a choice.”
The feed cuts to the present time as Mac is conversing with The Reverend BRICK~!
Mac: “So help me, if one Saint sets foot in that ring … I’m …”
Rev. BRICK~!: “You have my assurance that you and Bridget will have the safest match that has ever taken place in this town. This is your hometown, enjoy it for once.”
Bridget O'Malley vs. Mac Flasher – OOWF Onslaught Championship match The feed rejoins the ringside area as “Crown on the Ground” plays out Bridget O’Malley to a thunderous ovation. She glad-hands seemingly the entire arena before heading into the ring and getting checked by Davis Hightower. While Bridget’s music fades, “I Get Wet” draws out Mac Flasher, who is appreciative of the applause but looks over his shoulder and around the arena to make sure that everything is on the up and up. As Mac heads inside, “Reverend BRICK~! Superstar” brings out the mentor of The God Complex, the Reverend BRICK~!, who is all smiles as he makes his way ringside. Once inside, he pulls a microphone out of the inside of his jacket.
Rev. BRICK~!: “Friends, we are here to witness the totally safe main event between two hometown competitors in Bridget O’Malley and Mac Flasher. At no point during this match will there be any nefarious actions from the outside. There will be no attacks on either Miss O’Malley or Mr. Flasher. To ensure this, I have enlisted a security unit more efficient than OOWF Security. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you … The HOLY HANDS OF ANTIOCH!”
Mac rolls his eyes as 20 men in choir robes surround the ring. Bridget seems to be OK with this as Rev. BRICK~! blesses the ring with the contents of his fountain Sprite from the arena’s concession stand. Before Hightower can call for the bell, Mac requests the microphone and sighs before reaching into his pocket.
Mac: “Bridget. I’ve taken this bout. I’ve gotten this back from Stacy Kirkland. But before we hear a bell ring, I need to know …”
Mac drops to a knee as the crowd erupts.
Mac: “Bridget Jean O’Malley, will you …”
The arena lights go out as darkness is the only thing anyone in the arena or watching on OOWF.tv – free for $6.66 a month – can see for roughly the next 90 seconds. The house lights turn back on and all 20 members of The Holy Hands of Antioch are in varying levels of unconsciousness on the outside mats. In the ring are Moosehead Jack, Firewoman and “Black Magic” Stacy Kirkland.
Russ: “NOT EVEN THE GOD COMPLEX COULD KEEP THIS MATCH SAFE! THE SAINTS OF SINNERS ARE HERE AND MAC AND BRIDGET ARE IN TROUBLE!” Razz: “It was Mac’s fault for taking this match. He knew this would happen and … Well, this is his bed that he’s made.” Russ: “But Mac was …” Razz: “Yeah. Yeah. Bridget would have said yes and they’d have shared a moment. But now we’re spared of that nonsense.”
Mac, now standing, and Bridget stand back to back as The Saints of Sinners surround the pair. No one has made a move toward either Mac or Bridget as Mac turns around, spins Bridget in front of him and delivers a Flash Drive while yelling for Hightower to call for the bell. Hightower, with his jaw on the floor, obliges as The Saints of Sinners and about 4,000 fans have no idea what to make of what they just witnessed. Hightower counts an academic 3.
Your winner (pinfall, :05), and STILL OOWF ONSLAUGHT CHAMPION, Mac Flasher!
Mac heads to the outside and blows right through The Saints of Sinners, who were more impressed than anything. As they head to the inside to pick the carcass of Bridget, the wrestling contingent of The God Complex comes in through the crowd to prevent further damage. Mac, now getting showered by the best concessions that the arena has to offer, looks at his Onslaught title and takes one glance toward the ring before heading to the back. All the while, Bridget, now conscious, is sobbing while clutching to the velvet-covered box that was in Mac’s pocket just moments earlier. Zed and Kylie Mignolio try to console Bridget as best they can as a borderline riot atmosphere and a “FUCK YOU, MAC!” chant fills the arena to set the soundtrack as the broadcast is just about to sign off.
Russ: “I’m not sure why that happened. I’m not sure what that accomplished. But Mac Flasher has turned his back on the one person who has been in his corner for so long. A woman who did just about everything for him. As far as I’m concerned, Mac Flasher can go fuck himself.” Razz: “Mac! Buddy! Call me! Let’s go get wings some time!”
The feed fades out with the camera zoomed in on Bridget’s trembling hand holding the velvet-covered box.
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OOWF MidWeek Mayhem (#920) Live! From North Hero, Vermont June 12, 2019
FRENEMIES vs. THE DARLINGS – Best of Seven Series, Match 4
Little bit of controversy to end this one. After a grueling thirty minute match, Alex catches Bridget with a bridging German suplex. The referee counts three, but replay shows that Bridget rolled her shoulder just before the three count, while Alex’s were still on the mat. The referee confers with the announcer after watching the replay on the OOTron and awards the victory to the Frenemies. WINNERS in 33:29 – Frenemies – Frenemies lead 3-1
FIREWOMAN vs. EL VOLTAJE
Voltaje stalls to start, which only angers Fire even more. When she finally DOES get her hands on him, she absolutely decimates him. Ecosistema makes his way to the ring and slides Voltaje a chain, which he uses to bust Fire open and sway the match to his favor. Moose comes out and goes after Ecosistema, and they fight to the back. Inside the ring, El Voltaje lines up for another shot with the chain, but Fire moves out of the way, drops Voltaje with a superkick, then a FIRESTOMP then finishes him off with the BEST FIRESAULT EVER! WINNER in 9:21 – Firewoman
MOOSEHEAD JACK vs. ECOSISTEMA
La Ecosistema makes his goofy way to the ring, and the fans cheer, ever impressed by the comedy, even though he's got the Tag Team belt. He hands it off to the timekeeper for safety's sake. Moosehead Jack comes down and just does not wait for any kind of bell-ringing things, he just goes right after Ecosistema, and definitely takes out years of anger towards Ecosystem on the masked totally-not Ecosystem opponent. He knocks La Ecosistema loopy, and repeatedly bashes his head into the ringpost, making Barros intervene. Not for long, because Moose gets past Barros, but it's just enough time for Ecosistema to regroup and roll out of the ring. Moose follows him out and the chase is on! They circle the ring once, and on the second go around, Ecosistema climbs the corner and turns to nail Moose in the face with a well placed boot. Barros warns him but since no one was actually in the ring, there's not much else to do. Moose has staggered back enough, and Ecosistema back in the ring hits the far ropes to give him momentum. He leaps to the top of the ropes and SUICIDE PLANCHA onto Moose on the floor. The two men struggle to get to their feet and get there about the same time. Moose hits a Chimera Plex and then rolls into the ring. Moose stares down at Ecosistema, mocking him, as Barros counts. Moose dares him to get back into the ring. La Ecosistema is on his feet and staggers over to the time keepers table to catch his breath. Barros gets to 10 and calls for the bell.
Winner via countout in 13:15....MOOSEHEAD JACK~!
La Ecosistema turns to the ring, and grins...as he's got the Tag Team belt AGAIN~! Moose bails out to chase him, but La Ecosistema is over the barricade and through the crowd in a flash. Moose pursues him anyway, tossing chairs and fans out of his way.
KIERAN BOURNE vs. ZED vs. MAC FLASHER
Great action in this one, all three men get near falls and the crowd is behind everyone, well, except Bourne, they aren’t really sure what to think of him yet. The end comes when Zed tries to leapfrog a charging Bourne, but doesn’t get quite enough air and Bourne’s head slams right into Zed’s groin. Zed falls to the mat in agony, Bourne lands and turns around and gets superkicked out of the ring by Mac, Mac then falls on Zed and hooks him hard to score the pin and the win. WINNER in 18:31 – Mac Flasher
SEBASTIAN DAVIS vs. JACK BULLET vs. STACY KIRKLAND
This match never gets started. Davis and Bullet immediately start brawling when Davis attacks Bullet from behind. As they fight at the top of the ramp, Kirkland is announced and walks right by them and heads to the ring. As the fight at the top of the ramp continues, Kirkland steps between the ropes and demands the bell ring. It does, she stands there for ten seconds while they fight and the referee calls for the bell. This one is already over! WINNER via countout in :10 – Stacy Kirkland
Kirkland grabs her title and heads to the back, pausing for a moment to laugh at Davis and Bullet, who are still fighting.
Russ: What the hell just happened? Razz: Kirkland worked smarter, not harder! Russ: That is no way for a competitor to behave! Razz: Is it lonely on Planet Russ?
BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE vs. MATT FOLZ – OOWF World Heavyweight Title Match
"Cut the Cord" plays and a very focused Beverly Cambridge makes her way out to massive applause. She warms up in the corner as "Battle Without Honor or Humanity" plays and OOWF World Heavyweight Champion Matt Folz makes his way out. He hands his Championship to the referee as Mike Elevenbee starts the introductions.
ME: Ladies and Gentlemen, this is the Main Event of the Evening. One fall to a finish with no time limit and It is for the OOWF World Heavyweight Championship! Introducing first in the corner to my left, she is a former OOWF World Champion, from Staten Island New York, 5'8 and weighing 130 pounds BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE! And now in the corner to my right, he is the reigning and defending OOWF World Heavyweight Champion. From Green Bay Wisconsin, 6'5 and weighing 225 pounds MATT FOLZ!
Matt smiles and extends his hand as the bell rings, saying "Let's have some fun." Beverly nods with a smile of her own and accepts the handshake. The two cautiously circle around one another before locking up. Matt slips behind her and tries a German Suplex, but Beverly blocks and rolls him into a roll up that gets a quick 2.5 count. Both are back quickly to their feet but Beverly's quicker, taking Matt over with an arm drag and then a lighting fast running knee that gets another 2 count. Beverly goes to pick Matt up but the Champion rolls her into a small package for 2. As both get up, Matt buries a knee in Beverly's gut and follows with a snap suplex. Matt with a teardrop suplex and he grabs Beverly's legs and cradles for 2. Beverly reverses for 2 and Matt re reverses for a 2. Matt shoots Beverly off the ropes and takes her down with a drop toe hold and follows up with a hard back elbow to the face. Matt with a La Magistral Cradle for 2. Matt with a Rude Awakening and he heads up top looking for a frog splash, but Beverly moves out of the way. Matt crashes down hard and Beverly takes a minute to clear her head before going on the attack.
Beverly pulls Matt up to a seated position and nails several hard kicks to Matt's back and ribs before pulling him to his feet and hitting a Codebreaker for 2. Beverly with a shoulderbreaker and she puts Matt in a hammerlock and propels his shoulder into the turnbuckle. Beverly with two hard knees to Matt's shoulder. Beverly tries for the La Bella Lock but Matt reaches the ropes before she has it applied. Beverly gives a clean break and backs to the middle of the ring as Matt gets to his feet. Beverly is about to continue her onslaught but is distracted as Kieran Bourne comes to ringside and gets up on the apron to talk trash. Both Beverly and Matt rush over and nail Kieran with a forearm, causing him to fall off the apron and hit his head hard on the concrete. Beverly thanks Matt for the help, then immediately trips him down and applies the La Bella Lock! Matt struggles but just reaches out with every inch of his 6'5 frame to barely reach the bottom rope. Beverly breaks, Matt gets to his feet and the two start exchanging chops. The crowd boos as Sebastian Davis enters the ring. Sebastian sneaks up behind Matt and starts to swing with Brass Knuckles. Matt turns his head just in time and naturally ducks, causing Sebastian to nail Beverly instead. The bell rings as Matt tackles Sebastian and throws him through the ropes.
As Matt turns to check on Beverly, Sebastian gets to his feet grabs a chair and slides back into the ring. Sebastian clips Matt from behind using the chair. Sebastian slams the chair down repeatedly on Matt's knee before dragging him over to the corner and slamming his knee into the ringpost. Sebastian with a ringpost figure four. Beverly gets to her feet and looks to help Matt, but Keiran trips her from behind and drags her out of the ring. Keiran lays Beverly out with a Face Your Fear on the concrete. Keiran leaves with a smile on his face. The Saints come racing out looking to get their hands on Davis, but he slinks away through the crowd before they can reach him. Fire, Moose and Stacy help a badly limping Matt to the back as OOWF Medical personnel come out to tend to an unconscious Beverly.
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THE DARLINGS vs. FRENEMIES – Best of Seven – Match 3
The Frenemies come out with their recent gifts of Tag Championships, with faces that say “I don’t know what these are doing here either.” Alexander and Kylie start off with a little bit of a chain wrestling clinic that ends with Alexander in the armbar position – Kylie has to squirm herself to the ropes. Kylie comes back out and manages to get Alexander down this time into a near-crossface, but Alexander elbows the bad arm out and starts targeting it with strikes. Alexander hooks up for a Darling Driver off a particularly sharp kick, but Kylie slides out the back, shoves Alexander away and gets the tag to Bridget! Bridget springboards up and drops Alexander with a flying dropkick, followed by a couple knockdowns. Bridget goes up to the top, maybe looking for a flying elbow – Alexander playing possum, rolls out of the way as Bridget crashes!
Alexis takes the tag from Alexander and comes in and starts stomping away at Bridget, forcing her into the corner and stomping away. Alexis backs up and charges – Bridget charges out with a Lou Thesz Press – but Alexis reverses into a Boston Crab! Alexis has her in the middle of the ring; Kylie tries to get in but Alexander comes around and pulls her down into a brawl. Suddenly . . .
PA: VIVAN LAS VENTANAS!
Los Defenestrators are out here! They run toward and into the ring, causing Alexis to drop the Boston Crab . . . and then they slide out the other end and take the Tag Team Championships!
Voltaje: Muchas gracias para keeping these safe!
Los Defenestrators exit through the crowd to Alexis’s confusion—but Bridget rolls her up from behind! 1-2-3!
Winners in 10:22 . . . The Frenemies!
LOS DEFENESTRATORS vs. CLAN QUINN
Los Defenestrators come out from the crowd (where they’ve been eating popcorn) after the entrance of the championshipless Tag Team Champions. Moosehead Jack looks ready to rip Ecosistema’s head off—or at least his mask—but Ecosistema bravely walks right into the ring, assumes a fighting stance . . . and slowly backs up in his fighting stance to tag Voltaje in.
Voltaje charges in, and Moosehead Jack knocks him down immediately. Jack throws Voltaje into the corner and begins striking Voltaje with punches before mounting to the second rope—but Voltaje slides out between the legs, spins around, head between the legs, backward drop! Into the cover, good for only two before Moosehead Jack kicks out into a Dragon Sleeper—Voltaje manages to grab the rope, but Jack won’t let up until five, where he gives a sharp kick to the neck! Jack is admonished, backs up—another kick! Jack is admonished again, backs up—swings the kick, Voltaje out of the way, Jack crotches himself on the middle rope! Voltaje scrambles over to the corner, and before Ecosistema can run away, he gets the tag!
Making the best of a bad situation, Ecosistema runs in and grabs Jack for a German Suplex-but Moosehead Jack elbows him off! Moosehead charges at the stumbling Ecosistema—belly to back suplex from the luchador! Ecosistema is so surprised that worked, he does a victory lap—and then Moosehead Jack spears him out of his boots! Firewoman gestures for the tag, but Moosehead Jack is consumed with pounding Eco’s head into the mat . . . Eco desperately blocks, and manages to push Jack off and roll out and under the mat! Moosehead Jack rolls out after him but Voltaje tackles him – Firewoman leaps off the apron and knocks Voltaje down with a flying knee! Voltaje himself rolls under the mat!
Moosehead Jack and Firewoman look under the mat after Firewoman checks on him – no one there! Suddenly, Ecosistema is in the ring doing a little tap dance; Moosehead Jack charges in after him and begins to pound him into the mat again. Voltaje comes around the side and grabs Firewoman, but she shoves him over the guardrail and starts knocking his head off in the crowd. As Moosehead Jack is hooking Ecosistema up for the Go-To-Sleep-Forever—a second Ecosistema and Voltaje suddenly appear from under the ring, DOUBLE SUPERKICK! New Ecosistema into the cover as Voltaje insists he’s the legal man: 1-2-3!
Winners in 8:22 . . . Los Defenestrators!
Firewoman unmasks “Voltaje” in the crowd to reveal a drunken fan who she’s given a bloody nose; the “Ecosistema” who took a beating from Jack similarly unmasks, as the real (who knows who’s real anymore) Ecosistema and Voltaje bail into the audience as Jack stirs and figures out what happened.
BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE vs. SEBASTIAN DAVIS vs. STACY KIRKLAND
Bev and Davis are introed and make their way to the ring. As the OOWF Intercontinental champion is announced, she comes out with Matt Folz. The Saints make their way to the ring, Stacy steps between the ropes and holds her title high in the air while the OOWF World Heavyweight Champion takes his seat at the announce table. The entire time, Davis glares at Folz, Folz pretends not to notice him at all.
Russ: Looks like we are going to be joined by the OOWF World Heavyweight Champion Matt Folz, to what do we owe the honor, champ? Folz: Well I’m a huge improvement from that hack, Nash, plus, I have an interest in this match Razz: Well, you have your stablemate in Stacy Kirkland, someone you have openly said you enjoy facing in Beverly Cambridge and Sebastian Davis, the man who claims you are ducking him. So, who ya got? Folz: Well, clearly I think Stacy has this one in the bag, however, if I had to pick another winner, Bev Russ: But not Sebastian Davis? Folz: Who?
The bell rings and Bev and Stacy take advantage of a distracted Davis and get numerous two counts on him before he finally bails to the floor.
Folz: Wow, for a guy who claims to be beneath this match he is certainly getting his ass handed to him right now. Hey Davis, the ring is THAT way!
Davis slides back into the ring and rakes Bev’s eyes before taking Stacy to the mat with a spinebuster. Davis grabs Bev and LAUNCHES her over the top rope to the floor then locks Stacy in an arm bar. The entire time he has Stacy on the mat, Davis and Folz debate the state of baseball, Davis is on the side that say speed the game up, while Folz takes the side of, leave it the fuck alone, it’s been around for one hundred and fifty fucking years, stop trying to change it to fit your fucking television schedule. Well, Davis being a prick who doesn’t care about tradition, doesn’t like the opposing viewpoint, so he leaves the ring and gets nose to nose with the champ.
Inevitably tempers reach the boiling point and Davis attacks Folz. Kirkland quickly comes to his rescue, attacking Davis from behind and pulling him off of Folz. The champ escapes and walks around the ring. We see Bev just getting to her feet and she is about to join the fight when Folz grabs her from behind and shoots her into the ring. Bev is quickly to her feet and she turns and looks at Folz, Folz gives a slight smirk and Bev nods her head and takes a knee.
Davis and Kirkland continue their brawl, the referee begins the count, and gets to ten! As soon as he does, Folz races to the brawl, nails Davis from behind sending him to the floor, grabs Kirkland by the arm and hands her her title, and they head up the ramp to the back. Folz stops at the top of the ramp and looks at Bev, Bev makes the “I want the title” sign, Folz smirks and they head to the back.
WINNER via countout in 17:02 – Beverly Cambridge
Davis now realizes what has happened and he is LIVID. He destroys the ringside area and has to be forcibly removed from ringside by security.
KIERAN BOURNE vs. JACK BULLET vs. MATT FOLZ
All 3 men are introduced to less than great ovations. The bell rings and it appears Matt and Jack have a conversation. Jack nods and the two charge Bourne and nail him with a double clothesline. Matt nails Keiran with a backdrop driver then picks him up. Matt and Jack show surprising chemistry as they nail Keiran with a Total Elimination. Matt and Jack pick up Keiran and roughly throw him over the top rope. Matt follows and slams Keiran's head into the announce table before removing the monitors and placing him on top of it. Matt holds Keiran in place as Jack comes off the table with an elbow that drives Keiran through the table. Matt picks Keiran up and hits him with a brainbuster on the concrete.
Razz: What the hell is going on here? Are Matt Folz and Jack Bullet forming an alliance?
Russ: I don't think so partner. I think they're trying to get it down to the one on one match that they- and quite frankly the fans- want.
The current and former World Champions go at it back and forth for several minutes. They lock up and Matt immediately takes Jack down and transitions into into an arm bar. Matt drops a few elbows onto Jack's shoulders and then into a side headlock. Jack rolls over into a pinning combination for 2. Matt re establishes control, this time Jack powers to his feet and slams the back of Matt's head into the canvas with a backdrop driver. Jack heads to the second rope and drops a knee. A second one gets a 2 count. Jack with a butterfly Suplex and then he whips Matt into the corner. Jack tries the Eagle Splash but Matt moves out of the way. Matt rolls Jack up for 2.
Matt with a powerslam and a swinging neck breaker. Matt with a snap suplex and then he floats over for 2. Fisherman's suplex gets 2. Matt sets up for the Angle Slam but Jack slips off his shoulders and shoves Matt into the turnbuckle. Jack kicks Matt in the gut and pulls him into the Action Driver. Matt is completely out of it as Jack covers 1...2...he's pulled out of the ring by a returning Keiran Bourne.
Russ: No matter what happens the rest of the match, everyone saw that Jack Bullet was within a thousandth of a second away from pinning the World Champion clean in the middle of the ring.
Jack for damn sure recognized that fact and he's upset as he brawls with Keiran outside the ring. Keiran ducks a wild right hand from Jack and nails him with a low blow. Keiran propels Jack into the ring post busting him open. Keiran rolls back into the ring and covers a still downed Matt. 1...2... Matt just kicks out. Keiran takes issue with the referee's count and gets right in his face. Matt grabs him from behind and holds a huge handful of tights. 1...2...3.
Winner (Pinfall 11:23) Matt Folz
As Folz gets to his feet and raises his arms in victory, Sebastian Davis is in the ring and KO’S the champ with a pair of brass knuckles! Before he can do any more damage, the Saints hit the ring, Davis beats a hasty retreat before they can get their hands on him though.
ZED vs. MAC FLASHER – OOWF Onslaught Championship Match
“Reverend BRICK~! Superstar” plays as The Reverend BRICK~! steps onto the ramp with Zed and the OOWF Onslaught Champion Mac Flasher in tow. While Mac is still a bit sore from Monday’s attack, he’s fighting through the residual pain as he and Zed glad-hand fans at ringside. As the two combatants hop into the ring, Rev. BRICK~! calls for the microphone while the music halts.
Rev. BRICK~!: “Friends. Tonight’s match will be a fantastic exhibition between two of the brightest lights from The God Complex. And whether it’s Zed or Mac Flasher that comes away as the OOWF Onslaught Champion, know that the only OOWF championship that meets the values of The God Complex will remain in the safety of The God Complex. These men will represent The God Complex in front of the whole world, and they’ll both be free of the evils that one may encounter in this sinful sport that we call professional wrestling. Amen.”
Mac looks perplexed as Zed just shrugs at the champion. Both men shake hands with Angelo Barros calling for the bell. Both men tie up with Zed getting the advantage while the action is upright, but the slightly larger Mac holding things down when the game heads to the mat. Matching escapes lead to multiple standoffs as Bangor’s OOWF fans applaud on cue. Rev. BRICK~! leads more applause as the two men fist bump before locking up again, this time with Mac working Zed into a corner and getting a quick forearm shiver on Zed before Barros asks for a break. Mac obliges before running a knee into Zed’s midsection and snapmaring him from the corner into a seated position where he follows with a Bomaye to the back of Zed’s head. Mac gets 2 from that pinfall attempt as Zed, while woozy, was still with it enough to get a shoulder off the mat.
Mac remains the aggressor as he picks Zed up to his feet and hits a discus elbow that gets 1.5 before Zed drapes a leg over the bottom rope.
Zed has used his first rope break.
Mac helps Zed to his feet again, with eyes on another discus elbow, only this time whiffing as Zed ducks and hits a bridging German suplex that gets 2. Both men are at their feet at the same time, with Zed stepping back to bounce off the ropes and deliver a discus elbow of his own. That staggers Mac into the corner, where he’s easy prey for Zed to deliver about six knife-edge chops, complete with a few shoutouts to Charlotte’s favorite septuagenarian. Mac covers his chest after the sixth chop, giving Zed the opening to hit a step-up enzuiguri, putting Mac on Dream Street. Zed waits for Mac to fall face-first onto the canvas before dropping an elbow onto the base of his neck.
Zed rolls Mac into a half-nelson pinning combination that gets 2. Zed is up first as his loudest supporters smell blood in the water as Mac rolls to the outside. Zed teases a plancha as Mac ducks for cover, only to see Zed standing in the middle of the ring and waving. Zed, with a grin, holds the ropes open for Mac, who heads back inside with dueling chants of “LET’S GO, ZED!” and “LET’S GO, MAC!” filling the arena, all while Rev. BRICK~! is trying to get a “GOD COM-PLEX!” chant happening. The two combatants try to lock up with Mac and Zed accidentally bumping heads. Mac and Zed each stagger back a few steps as Barros checks both men. With Mac already checked, Barros is checking Zed just as Mac drills Zed with an uppercut. Barros spins around and admonishes Mac.
Mac Flasher has been given his first warning.
Mac argues that he thought Barros had given the OK as Zed rubs his jaw and returns to a vertical base. Mac offers a mea culpas which Zed accepts before Zed ducks under a tie-up attempt to spin around and paste Mac with a superkick that pushes him back into the ropes, where a glassy-eyed Mac is tied up.
Zed charges in only for Barros to hold him back, all while Rev. BRICK~! tries to help Mac from his predicament. Zed gets past Barros with a running charge, only for Mac to drop down as Zed and Rev. BRICK~! collide with Zed taking the brunt of the impact on his forehead. Mac is slow to his feet, but instinctively collects Zed in position for a Flash Drive, dropping Zed’s head on the top turnbuckle. The instinct also leads to a pin.
Your winner (pinfall, 10:15) and STILL OOWF Onslaught Champion, Mac Flasher.
Rev. BRICK~! rushes in to tend to Zed as Mac sees a replay of what had just happened and promptly puts his head in his hands. While Rev. BRICK~! shoots an incredulous look at Mac, he’s quick to forgive Mac as he also slides in to check up on Zed. Mac and Rev. BRICK~! get Zed up to his feet, with Mac profusely offering his apologies, explaining that he didn’t know where he was after the headbutt and superkick. Zed, still with the Krispy Kreme eyes, reluctantly accepts the apology. He shakes Zed’s hand and raises his arm in victory as the God Complex celebrates inside the ring to end the show.
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MidWeek Mayhem (#918) Live! From Paris, France May 29, 2019
JACK BULLET & BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE vs. KIERAN BOURNE & SEBASTIAN DAVIS
Ding!! Ding!! Ding!!
Sebastian Davis clasps his hands together behind Bullet’s head with a muay thai clinch and drags him from his corner to a neutral corner. Davis drives his knees up into Jack’s sternum before tossing him back against the turnbuckles. With all of Jack’s weight back against the corner, Davis begins unloading on his opponent with curving knee kicks that focus the impact on the right ribs of Bullet. After four straight curving knee kicks Davis steps back and allows for Bullet to fall out of the corner. On the way down, Sebastian Davis catches Jack with a double underhook and flips him overhead with a butterfly suplex! Davis stalks Bullet as he rolls on the canvass and pushes up to his feet. Davis darts his hand under Bullets chin and punches a pressure point right above the throat with a tongan death grip! Bullet grab’s Davis’s wrist with both hands and begins pulling at it to free himself from his grasp. Bullet unintentionally stumbles backwards towards his corner, allowing for Beverly to tag herself in before Bullet lost consciousness.
Bev lumbers into the ring and comes down with a double axe handle smash between the shoulder blades of Sebastian freeing her partner from the hold in the process. Davis drops down to one knee and turns toward Beverly. He throws a back elbow to the midsection of Beverly, buying him enough time to stand to his feet. Bev wraps her arms around Davis’s frame and slams him down to the mat with a side belly to belly suplex. Bev pushes to her feet and pulls Davis up with her by his head. Bev shoves Davis back into his teams corner and mixes a surprisingly technical combination of hooks to the body. Bev follows up the punches by grabbing Davis by his head and dropping him with a headbutt. Bev catches the slumping Sebastian with a front face lock and spikes him to the canvass with a DDT. Bev rolls Davis over onto his back and blankets her opponent for the pin attempt.
The pin is broken up by a perfectly timed boot from Kieran to the side of Bev’s face!
Bev frantically rises to her feet and unloads on Kieran prompting the referee to separate the two. While Bev’s attention is distracted with Kieran Davis finds his way to his feet with help from the ropes. Davis finds his way behind Beverly and places a hand on her shoulder before spinning her around. Bev turns right into an uppercut elbow strike that lands right on the chin. Bev stumbles backwards and Davis begins to chop away at Bev’s right leg, mixing kicks between the inside and the outside of the knee joint. Davis manages to chop her down to one knee. Davis leaps off the mat and drives forward with his knee, cracking Bev on the nose with a jumping knee strike! Bev falls back to the canvas and grabs at her nose which is beginning to spit blood with every exhale. Davis tries for the cover.
Bev powers out rather easily, rolling Sebastian Davis off of her
Davis rolls near his teams corner and reaches up, tagging Kieran into the match. Both Kieran and Davis charge at Bev as she finds her footing. They both leap into the air, nailing a double drop kick to her sternum, knocking her into a nearby corner. Davis stays near Bev’s feet and on all fours as Kieran rushes towards the opposing corner. Kieran runs and uses his partner’s back as a springboard, nailing it! Davis rolls out of the ring under the ropes and Kieran hops back to his feet. Bev stumbles out of the corner and Kieran leaps in the air, grabs Bev by the back of her head and falls backwards, forcing Bev’s face to hit both of his knees with a double knee face breaker! He digs a shoulder into Bev’s side and forces her on to her back before trying for a pin attempt.
Bev bucks her body, forcing him off before the count of three.
Kieran seems to disapprove of the refs count speed. He slaps his hands together three times while barking at the referee. Kieran pushes to his feet and turns towards Bev after all the bickering ends. He snatches Bev with a front face lock but she powers up and lifts him into the air! Bourne wiggles his body and lands back on his feet while maintaining the front face lock. He then bounces off of the canvass and whips his body around in the air to take Beverly down with a tornado DDT. Bev instinctively rolls under the ropes and falls to the venues floor. Kieran scurries to the opposing ropes and waits for a sign of life from Beverly before charging and jumping through the ropes to hit a suicide dive that knocks Bev back against the security railing. Jack hops off of the canvass and moves around the ring towards his partner. The ref notices this and intercepts Jack before getting into the mix. The distraction is long enough for Davis and Bourne to team up against Bev. They lift Beverly to her feet and each wrap an arm around their neck while grabbing a hold of Bev’s waist. They simultaneously lift her up and over with a double suplex on the mats surrounding the ringside area.
Working together, they throw Beverly into the ring. Kieran climbs up onto the apron and then leaps over the top rope. Kieran’s eyes open wide as Bev laid perpendicular to one of the corners. KIieran skipped over his fallen opponent and moved to the corner. He grabbed the top rope and jumped up to the second rope. He used the second rope as a springboard to the top rope and from their nailed a picture perfect moonsault onto Beverly. Kieran hooked Bev’s leg for the pin attempt.
Jack snuck into the ring while the ref was counting and grabbed Kieran by his boots, pulling him off of his partner before the three count!
Sebastian Davis steps into the ring and charges at Bullet for interfering in the pin attempt. Jack lifts Davis up and twirls him in the air before nailing his tilt-a-whirl shoulder breaker. Davis thrashes around the mat holding his shoulder and Kieran makes a move towards Bullet. Charging full speed, Bullet uses Kieran’s momentum against him with a quick powerslam. Finally the referee steps in and moves Bullet back towards his corner while Bev pulls herself up to a seated position in the corner, enjoying the path of destruction that Bullet had left in the ring. Davis is first to his feet and he moves towards Beverly. Bev surprisingly leaps into the air and takes him down with a Lou Thesz press. While mounting Davis, Bev places her two hands around his throat and begins choking him. The ref watches on helplessly as Bev chokes out the non legal participant in this match. Bev keeps a watchful eye on Kieran as he begins to stir.
Bev pushes off of Sebastian Davis and climbs to her feet. Kieran staggers around the ring and Bev scoops him up before dropping him across his knee with a pendulum backbreaker. Bev keeps a hold of his partner and stands up to his feet, dropping Kieran down again across her knee with a second pendulum backbreaker. Bev turns back to Sebastian Davis. She lifts him up and grabs him by his hair and his shorts. She tosses him out of the ring over the top rope like yesterdays garbage. Bev then turns back around and sees Kieran pulling himself up to his feet by the ropes. Bev latches onto Kieran with a rear waist lock and pulls him from the ropes. She lifts him up with a belly to back suplex but in mid air turns it into a sideslam. Bev skips a pin attempt and quickly moves to her corner, tagging in Jack.
Bullet steps into the ring as Bourne finds his feet. Kieran turns around and Jack grabs him with two arms around his waist. Bullet lifts him up and flips him over head with a belly to belly suplex! Bullet pushes to his knees and grabs Kieran by his wrist. He pulls him to his feet by his left arm. Bullet steps underneath Kieran’s arm while twisting it awkwardly. Jack then unleashes on the twisted arm with a series of punches that focus on the shoulder joint. Jack let’s go and then grabs Kieran by his head before hitting him with a headbutt! Kieran falls backwards, his upper body bounces off of the middle rope while falling, shooting him back at Bullet Jack lifts Kieran up and hits him with his tilt-a-whirl shoulder breaker! Jack jumps onto Kieran’s back and grabs him with a crossface chickenwing. Sensing something bad coming, Kieran sprawls towards the ropes and with his free hand grabs the ropes. Bulllet refuses to let go of the hold and Bourne pushes to his feet. Now standing with the crossface chickenwing still intact, Jack pulls Kieran back violently, away from the ropes. Jack then does the unthinkable and flips him over head with a crossface chickenwing suplex that drops Kieran on his head! Jack rolls Kieran over and tries for the pin.
Sebastian Davis slides into the ring under the ropes and dropkicks Bullet to the side of his head, breaking up the pinfall by doing so!
Despite the interference, Bullet gets to his feet first. The referee has his hands full trying to move Sebastian back to the corner. Jack reaches down and grabs Kieran by his head. Suddenly the lights in the arena flicker and the only source of light is the video screens by the entrance way. Surprised, everyone freezes where they are as a video starts to play.
(Stacey appears on the screen. She holds up a photo album of Jacks’. Why are people surprised he had a photo album? He’s very traditional in a lot of ways. Opening ot, everyone sees it is filled with drawings, cards and various other items that Josie created specifically for Uncle Jack. Without any expression on her face, Stacey drops it into a container and sets it on fire)
The video comes to an end and Bullet stands, startled. Kieran sneaks up behind Bullet and rolls him back with a schoolboy roll up. Sebastian Davis climbs between the ropes and charges across the ring, hitting Beverly with a Muay Thai flying knee as she climbs through the ropes. The ref counts the pinfall as Sebastian Davis watches on.
Ding!! Ding!! Ding!! WINNERS in 37:19 – Sebastian Davis & Kieran Bourne
FRENEMIES vs. THE DARLINGS – Best of Seven Series – Match 2
The Frenemies, Kylie Mignolio and Bridget O’Malley, make their way to the ring without the OOWF Tag Team Championships “gifted” to them by Los Defenestrators. Clan Quinn rushes the stage to attack The Frenemies, with Firewoman pairing off with Bridget and Moosehead Jack picking off Kylie. As OOWF officials rush to the outside, Firewoman notices the lack of championships before grabbing a groggy Bridget by her hair and demanding the location of the titles. Bridget absorbs a few slaps before giving up a location, causing Firewoman to sprint backstage with Moose quickly following suit.
As Mel Creech helps Bridget and Kylie to their feet, the feed cuts backstage to the Quinns running to the undisclosed location, only to slip on a large pile of churro dust and through an oddly placed pane of glass in the middle of the concourse. As the Quinns come to, Los Defenestrators hold the OOWF Tag Team Championships chanting “Cinco time! Cinco time! Cinco time!” before making a hasty exit.
The feed returns with The Frenemies showing the effects of the earlier attack and The Darling Twins already in the ring. Creech asks a busted-open Bridget if she’s good to go. With an annoyed expression, she affirms with Creech ringing the bell. Bridget is convinced to start the match on the apron with Alexis Darling trying to sneak a quick rollup on Kylie, who squirms out rather fast and drills Alexis with a forearm shiver. Alexis rubs her jaw and wryly smiles as Kylie tries to continue the attack. Alexis holds the shorter Kylie back, almost toying with her until Kylie lands a dropkick to Alexis’ thigh, knocking her to the ground. Alexis, no longer smiling, kips up and tags in Alexander as Bridget tags in for her squad.
As Alexander and Bridget are about to lock up, Los Defenestrators run down the aisle and into the ring with Clan Quinn giving chase. El Ecosistema tries to hand off the championships to Alexander and Bridget before the Quinns close in. Neither Alexander nor Bridget accept the titles as Los Defenestrators scuttle out of the ring with Moose and Firewoman running through the ring – and Alexander and Bridget – on their way to catch up with Los Defenestrators.
Razz: “Shouldn’t that be a disqualification?” Russ: “Mel Creech dressed himself today. That’s all the effort you’re getting from him until he can hit the bar.”
While the crowd is focused on the chase throughout the arena, Bridget tries to sneak up to the top turnbuckle and attempt a cross body only with Alexander catching Bridget in midair. Kylie, takes advantage of Alexis’ chase-fueled distraction to creep into the ring and land a dropkick into Bridget’s back, toppling Alexander underneath her. Creech snaps off a sudden 3, as all four combatants are totally stunned.
Your winners (pinfall, 10:35), The Frenemies.
The Frenemies hastily roll out of the ring as The Darlings are totally perplexed. While they sort out what happened, the chase heads back to the ringside area with Los Defenestrators hiding underneath the announce table. They duckwalk the table up the ramp to the back, and somehow no one notices.
THE SAINTS OF SINNES vs. GOD COMPLEX & LOS DEFENESTRATORS
The faces are introduced first, but are ambushed by the Saints before they make it to the ring. Matt gives Mac and Zed an opportunity to walk away and then he turns and joins the beat down on Los Defenstrators. Mac and Zed ignore this warning and jump in the fight. The Frenemies come out and join the fight, which in turns leads to them being jumped by the Darlings. Matt pulls off Ecosistema and renews acquaintances with Alex. Sebastian Davis comes out and jumps Matt from behind and he and Darling start stomping on Matt. Beverly Cambridge comes out and nails Davis and then Alex. Kiernan Bourne then comes out and attacks Beverly. Jack Bullet arrives on the scene and goes after his ex wife. It's total chaos as Security tries to find some measure of control as we fade out.
Official Decision- No Match
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THE DARLINGS vs. FRENEMIES – Best of Seven Series – Match 2
The bell rings, and before the two teams can even touch one another, Clan Quinn storms the ring with weapons and beats the ever loving snot out of them. Moose puts Kylie through a table, Fire hits a MOOSEKILLER on Alexis. Then Moose grabs Bridget and hits a package piledriver off the apron through a table while Fire drops Alex with a kendo stick shot to the head, then hits the BEST FIRESAULT EVER on Alex before she and Moose pull him to his feet and hit TOTAL ELIMINATION before throwing him out of the ring to the floor.
MHJ: This is a warning to everyone. This is the Saints world, we are ALLOWING all of you to exist in it, if you don’t fucking like it? Do something about it.
Moose drops the mic and he and Fire pose while soaking up the boos of the crowd before heading to the back. WINNER – No Match
JACK BULLET vs. SEBASTIAN DAVIS
The two men lock up and Bullet forces Davis into the corner, the referee calls for a clean break but Davis rakes Bullet’s eyes. As Jack staggers away, Davis charges out of the corner and chop blocks Bullet’s knee sending him to the mat. Davis spends the next several minutes working over Bullet’s leg, eventually trapping him in a figure four right in the middle of the ring. Bullet tries to fight to the ropes, but he is too far away. The crowd starts stomping and clapping for Bullet and he manages to reverse the hold forcing Davis to break the hold.
Bullet gets to one knee and Davis tries a shining wizard, but Bullet sweeps his leg sending him to the mat. Bullet grabs the back of Davis’ head and hammers him with punches to the head before pulling him to his feet, sending him to the ropes and taking him down with a stiff lariat. Davis bails out of the ring and Bullet follows him. He grabs Davis from behind and lifts him into the air and crotches him on the guardrail. Bullet grabs Davis from behind and hits a hangman’s neckbreaker onto the concrete floor. He pulls Davis up and sends him into the ring and follows and covers for a two count.
Bullet pulls Davis up and lifts him for a vertical suplex and tries to keep him up, but his knee buckles and both men crash to the mat, Davis falls damn near straight on top f his head.
Russ: MAH GAWD! HE NEARLY BROKE DAVIS’ NECK! Razz: Bullet has a history of doing this kind of thing…… Russ: but I think it’s fair to say it was not done intentionally Razz: Is it?
Bullet covers Davis, but Davis manages to roll his shoulder at two. Jack keeps Davis on the mat and works his lower back, finally putting him in a Boston crab, but Davis manages to get to the ropes to force the break. The end comes when Bullet whips Davis into the corner and follows him in, and jumps onto the middle rope and starts the ten punches of doom, but Davis reaches up and rakes Bullet’s eyes and DRIVES him to the mat. Davis rolls Bullet up, puts his feet on the middle rope and gets the three count! WINNER in 44:18 – Sebastian Davis
Bullet is apoplectic with rage. Davis bails out of the ring quickly and heads up the ramp and points to his head. Inside the ring Bullet pleads his case with the referee, even grabbing his shirt and momentarily threatening to punch him in the face. Bullet quickly realizes what he is doing and releases the ref’s shirt, smooths it out and shakes the ref’s hand. Bullet looks out over the crowd and shrugs his shoulders as the light pings off his teeth. He heads to the back slapping hands with the fans, but he is clearly not ok with this decision.
KIERAN BOURNE vs. MAC FLASHER – OOWF Onslaught Championship Match
Both competitors are in their corner warming up until circling the ring. This is a high-stakes match so both men want to dominate as much as they can. They lock up in the center and it’s a stalemate. Keiran tries to push back, Mac tries to fight against and they remain stand still until Keiran applies the Side Headlock. Suddenly, his opponent moves behind him with the right arm for the Hammerlock which has Keiran by surprise. He manages to slip past behind him applying the Hammerlock himself until Mac Snapmares him down onto his ass. A quick kick into the head is missed as Keiran ducks back then kips up on the mat attempting a Spinning Back Kick that misses!
RAZZ: ”Amazing back and forth already by Flasher and Keiran. The two are so similar in styles but their personality is entirely different. Very interesting to see how the two personas will clash in the making of this match!”
Another lockup is made again and this time Mac has the Side Headlock. Keiran shoves him back with him into the ropes and uses the spring to push him off. Upon the return, Mac bulldozes him into the canvas from a Shoulder Barge. He runs off to the side but Keiran gets back up and takes him down with a quick Hurricanrana. After the landing, both men are back up on their feet. Keiran catches a Roundhouse Kick then counters into a Enguiziri Kick knocking Flasher into the nearest corner. When his opponent charges into him, Flasher explodes catching him in a Exploder Suplex into the turnbuckles!
Keiran kicks out and Mac applies a simple Side Headlock on the ground. The referee gets denied the chance to call the match due to Keiran fighting against the submission. Mac helps him back up to his feet and switches over for the Snap Suplex. He lands him clean on the mat then gets back up on his feet with Keiran in his grasp. He whips him into the ropes but Keiran hops over the top rope to the apron begging Mac to come at him. Mac does and charges only to eat a kick forcing him a few steps back for Keiran to leap onto the top rope and put him down with a Springboard Clothesline taking him down!
RUSS: ”Springboard Clothesline?! Someone needs to check the ropes because Keiran must have loosened them for that height! Fucking unbelievable!”
He doesn’t go for the pin but rather complete the offense. When Mac sits up, he eats a Roundhouse Kick into his spine that makes him cringe. Keiran runs to the ropes ahead of him, rebounds and knocks him down on his back from the Basement Dropkick! He rolls backwards onto his feet into the ropes from the momentum and now the audience sees Keiran whip him into the nearest corner. Flasher’s back gets glued to the turnbuckles in perfect position for Keiran to slam him into a seated position from the Corner Clothesline then finish it up with a Running Corner Knee Strike!
Mac rolls under the bottom rope to the apron edge. Keiran follows him out to the apron and slowly helps him back up to his feet. Both men are trading elbow shots into both their heads until Keiran blocks one and catches him with another Gamengiri Kick pushing him back a few steps. The moment he walks up to Mac, Mac leaps up with a Bicycle Knee Strike into the chin of Keiran knocking off the apron to his feet. The moment Keiran turns around, Mac runs across the apron then leaps off for the Shooting Star Press colliding into Keiran at ringside!
RAZZ: ”Shooting Star Press! Shooting Star Press from the apron down to ringside showcasing the athleticism and amazing work produced by Mac Flasher!”
“One! … Two! … Three!”
Mac takes a few moments to get back up and drags Keiran back inside the ring. He slowly helps Keiran up to his feet then smacks him in the jaw with a powerful striking combination until turning him around from a Spinning Back Kick to the head. He attempts the Dragon Suplex but Keiran breaks the hold and goes for a Rolling Elbow rocking Mac off his balance a little. Before Keiran can make it to the ropes, Flasher holds onto his tights then pulls him back in for the Half Nelson Suplex!
RUSS: ”Not so fucking fast Keiran! The Half Nelson Suplex coming into play and we have another pin attempt!”
Keiran kicks out of the pin attempt and Mac switches over to the Single Leg Boston Crab. Sat on his back, weight applied, leg in his grasp; He pulls back as much as he on the right leg trying to disable any chances of the Thrust Kick coming into play. Keiran begs the referee not to call it, he starts dragging Mac over by the ropes and stretches his hand out to grab it but Mac pulls him all the way back into the center of the ring.
RUSS: ”Oh yeah, he’s gonna tap! Just do it Keiran!”
Keiran rolls over onto his back and starts kicking Mac in the face until he lets go. Mac does giving his opponent enough time to stand up even though he is limping little on the right leg. Mac returns into him and clocks him in the chin with a Big Boot almost knocking him down; He runs to the ropes behind him, rebounds only to get scooped off the mat and driven down on his neck from the neck breaker from Keiran He pins him down with the shoulders on the mat!
Mac gets taken aback and gets back up only to suffer back-to-back clotheslines. Upon the last clothesline, Keiran catches him with a Spinning Back Kick before launching him into the nearest unoccupied corner. A strong Avalanche into Mac’s open chest squashes him in the corner where he walks out to the center in a daze; Keiran runs to the ropes ahead of him, rebounds and plants him down on the canvas spine first from the Leaping Neckbreaker!
RAZZ: ”Leaping Neckbreaker! Leaping Neckbreaker does it after the striking combination Keiran committed! And speaking of striking combinations, here comes Keiran right now!”
The moment Flasher stands on his knees, he starts eating back to back Roundhouse Kicks into the chest. Suddenly, he goes for the Tornado Kick but Mac ducks under it and clocks him in the chin with a Discus Elbow. He turns around from the blow where Mac attempts a German Suplex but Keiran flips over onto his feet. Keiran then hugs him from behind and plants him down on his neck yet again with a Backdrop Driver!
Mac rolls out of the ring to gain some distance and Keiran sees an opening. He runs to the ropes behind him, rebounds and dives through the top and bottom rope Spearing Mac in the chest all the way into the barricade. The Heat Seeking Missile lands than Keiran rolls him right into the ring before following after him. Taking a page out of Mac’s book, he locks in the Sharpshooter and pulls back with the legs in his grasp. Flasher starts dragging their bodies towards but mid-way, Keiran transitions from the Sharpshooter all the way to the Muta Lock!
Keiran pulls upwards with Mac’s chin in his grasp but Mac keeps dragging them to the ropes and he gets the rope break! Keiran releases the hold off of him and takes refuge in the corner opposing the one Mac is in. The moment Mac gets up, Keiran charges into him going for the Yakuza Kick but Mac ducks behind him and floors him down with the Dragon Suplex! Suprisingly, Keiran stands back up yelling at him to do it again but Mac charges at him and turns him inside out from the Lariat!
There isn’t any pin attempt due to both men being down on the canvas. In a matter of moments, they’re back up facing each other forehead to forehead until exchanging strikes like a bunch of a madman. Neither man backs up until Mac stops the entire sequence with a flurry of Open Palm Strikes followed by a Spinning Back Kick nearly making Keiran drop. He runs into the ropes behind him then rebounds only for Keiran to lift him off the mat for a Backbreaker!
And it happens. Mac gets back up in the corner only for Keiran to charge across the ring and clap him in the jaw from the Yakuza Kick! Flasher falls down on his back in the center of the ring and Keiran climbs up all the way to the top rope. With his back facing Mac, he leaps backwards in the air corkscrewing into a 450 flip for the Phoenix Splash but lands in the legs of Mac who applies the Triangle Choke. He tightens the grip around his opponent’s head then starts producing 12:6 elbow strikes on top of Keiran’s head!
Mac continues to squeeze down on his head as tight as he can and Keiran looks like he’s about to pass out. Suddenly, the bell rings. Mac looks up at the ref thinking Kieran has tapped out, or passed. The fans are confused as the official argues with Mac to let go.
Russ: What a lousy ending folks! Mac had him but they were only given 15 minutes. So it came a little too late! WINNER – 15 Minute Time Limit Draw
LOS DEFENESTRATORS vs. CLAN QUINN – OOWF World Tag Team Title Match
Los Def are announced first and make their way to the ring, but they don’t make it. Clan Quinn attacks them from behind and the fight is on!
Moose grabs Ecosistema and throws him into the guardrail and hammers him with kicks to the face. Fire shoves him aside and grabs Eco and throws him into the ring and tells him to stand up and face her.
Outside the ring, Voltaje grabs a chair and tries to get into the ring, but Moose pulls him off the apron and DDT’s him on the floor. Inside the ring Ecosistema and Fire lock up, Eco takes her to the mat and traps her in an arm bar. Fire gets to her feet and slaps away the arm bar and slaps him across the face and yells FIGHT ME! Ecosistema tries another lock up and Fire shoves him away and lands another HARD slap across the face that sends Ecosistema out of the ring to the floor. As he tries to stand, Moose races around the ring and nearly decapitates him with a clothesline, then throws him back into the ring.
Moose goes back around the ring and pulls Voltaje up and DRIVES him through the Puerto Rican announce table. Moose climbs onto the apron and waits in the corner. Fire lays on the mat and yells for Ecosistema to do something. Eco walks up to her and grabs her arm and traps her in another arm bar. Fire easily gets to her feet and shoves Ecosistema away and walks to the Saints corner and tags in Moose while saying “Its not him!”
Moose turns to say something to Fire and Ecosistema hits him with a low blow and rolls him up for a two count. As Moose spins to his feet, Ecosistema hits the CROSS ROADS on Moose and covers for two! Fire tags herself in and Ecosistema feigns a leg injury and quickly hobbles to his corner and tags in a barely conscious Voltaje.
Ecosistema bails out of the ring and is immediately chased by Moose. Ecosistema races around the ring, his leg miraculously healed. Inside the ring, Fire pulls Voltaje into the ring and hits a MOOSEKILLER! Ecosistema stops at a churro wagon conveniently located at ringside and grabs a handful of cinnamon powder, as Moose gets to him, Ecosistema blows it in his face! Moose falls to his knees and bellows in rage. Inside the ring, Fire hits a FIRESTOMP and covers for the three count. WINNERS in 12:44 – Clan Quinn
With Moose unable to see and Fire preoccupied with the pin, Ecosistema grabs the tag titles from the announce table and races to the back, stopping at the top of the ramp to hold the titles high
“Whoo! El Rock and Roll, gnarliest quarto time tag team champs, EVER!”
Totally Not Eco disappears to the back, Moose dumps water on his face to clear his eyes, then sets his sights (see what I did there?) on Voltaje. Moose and Fire hit a doomsday device on Voltaje driving him through a flaming table. The very not-happy Saints grabs weapons and head to the back to find their titles.
ZED vs. STACY KIRKLAND – OOWF Intercontinental Title Match
Zed wastes no time as he jumps into the fray, backing her across the ring. Allowing him to put his weight into her, Stacey caught him off guard as she pulled his head down, side stepping him and flipping him over to his back with a hip toss.
Back on his feet, Zed gave Stacey a slow nod, and she returned the favor. The two then began to circle each other in the center of the ring, sizing one another up and looking for the opportune time to strike. Going in first as if he has nothing to lose, Zed shoots for Stacey’s leg, only to come up empty handed as Stacey sprawls and falls down onto his back. She quickly turns her body to position herself on his back but not before Zed pushes himself up and sweeps his legs around, breaking away from her. The two raced to their feet, Stacey standing before him with just enough time to move in before he could rise. Kicking her leg up, she slammed her foot into his face with kick. It was enough to stun Zed, just long enough for her to repeat and deliver another stinging kick to his face, knocking him down to his side.
Pulling Zed up from the mat, she kneed him in the stomach before unloading with a series of kicks to his legs, backing him up until he was left with nowhere to go and his back against the ropes. Stacey kicked for his head this time, putting her entire body into it as she pivoted around on her standing foot. Catching her leg before the kick could make contact, Zed then lifted her off her feet before taking a few steps forward and slamming her to the mat with a sit-out spinebuster!
Now that the momentum has shifted in his favor, Zed wasn’t about to stop there. As soon as Stacey’s back slammed against the canvas, Zed went straight to work, positioning himself beside her. Grabbing ahold of her and holding her in place, he then began to hit her over and over with repeated knees to her ribs. Pushing himself up, he then pulled Stacey to her feet. Squaring up with her, Zed hit her with a forearm to the face, knocking her back just enough to give him enough room to go to town with kicks to her lowers legs. He then transitioned his point of focus to her knee as he landed two back to back right kicks to the side of it. Jumping up, he then raised his knee, connected with a flying knee strike to Stacey’s face and knocking her backwards a few steps. The knee to the face stunned her, giving Zed all the time he needed to run to the ropes and return with a yakuza kick that leveled her completely. With Stacey flat on her back, Zed quickly dropped down and made the cover.
ONE . .
Popping her shoulder up from the mat, Stacey broke up the officials count before he could slap the mat a second time. positioned to Stacey’s side, Zed went back to his previous point of attack and began hitting her with even more knees to the ribs. On his feet, he circled Stacey for a short moment, catching his breath before going back in and pulling her up from the mat. With an elbow to the side of her head, Zed knocked her back a step before stepping in himself and spinning her around. He locked in a half nelson and before you knew it, Stacey was offer her feet and then dropped on her head with a suplex. She didn’t stay down though, oh no. Pushing herself up, Stacey wasn’t quick enough to rise before Zed. With her on one knee, Zed clutched her head and began hitting her over and over with knees to the face. Pulling her up from the mat, he then wrapped both arms around her upper body. Looking Stacey dead in the eye, Zed then dug down deep and exploded, slamming his feet to the mat as he lifted her up, throwing her over his head with a belly to belly suplex.
Zed is quick to roll back up to his feet and beckon Stacey to get back to hers with both of his hands. When she finally reaches a vertical base, Zed rushes her and presses her into the ropes, wrapping his hands around the back of her neck and bringing her into a Muay Thai clinch. Zed quickly stomps on the right foot of Stacey to distract her before pulling down on the back of her head while bringing his left knee up to crack her straight in the nose. Steadying himself for half a moment, Zed only pauses for a period of time less than it would take to blink your eye before pulling down on Stacey’s head once again, battering her with another knee straight to the face. Two more knees, alternating back and forth, connected before he threw one final knee straight to the body.
Dropping down to both knees as Zed released her, Stacey appeared to be in a complete haze as Zed backed off for just a moment to size her up and figure out where he wanted to go from there. Making a decision, Zed approached her quickly once more, looking to snap off a head kick and put her on her back but he completely whiffs as Stacey drops to the side, timing the kick perfectly. Smartly she rolled away from him, under the bottom rope and then down to the outside of the ring. Not letting her get away from him, Zed immediately moved and dipped out of the ring though the top and middle rope as well, giving chase to his opponent. Picking up her pace, Stacey quickly hustled around the corner of the ring with Zed close behind. She then rolled herself back into the ring and pushed herself back up to a standing position just as Zed rolled back in behind her. There was just enough time, however, for her to catch him with a brutal kick to the ribs that slowed him down tremendously.
Pulling Zed up from the mat, Stacey positioned herself behind him. Wrapping him up around the waist, she went to lift him off his feet for a German suplex but instead she ate a mouthful of elbow as Zed threw his arm back. Pulling himself away from Stacey, Zed then spun around and kicked her straight in the stomach, forcing her to buckle over. Going for a pump-handle slam, Zed was quickly countered as Stacey slipped from his hold, sliding down his back and wrapping her arm over his face as she landed. Zed had no where to go but down, and that’s exactly where he went as Stacey dropped him with a reverse DDT. With Zed down on his back, Stacey popped up to her feet and went to dancing, kicking her foot out over and over and pounding away at Zed’s face with it. Pulling him up to a seated position, Stacey then took a few steps back before charging in, wiping him out with a kick to the side of the head. As Zed slammed against the mat, Stacey spun a complete one-eighty from the momentum of the kick.
Pulling him up from the mat, she dragged him across the ring before throwing him into the corner. Zed crashed hard against it, even showing signs by his facial expression at the point of contact and thereafter. Sweeping in, Stacey put on a full clinic of kicks as she went to work on Zed’s mid section. After one kick to the side of Zed’s knee, Stacey lunged forward, slamming her fists into his chest and driving him backwards into the corner. She then backed up a few steps, creating some distance between the two before rushing in and connecting with an enguigiri! Zed didn’t go down though. He stumbled forward, wobbling from left to right but still on his feet. Not for long though, not until Stacey stepped in beside him, lifting him off his feet and dropping him in the center of the ring with a side slam backbreaker! Making the cover, she hooked the leg as the official raced over with the count. Junior slides into position with another super quick three count.
WINNER in 20:46 – Stacy Kirkland
BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE vs. MATT FOLZ – OOWF World Heavyweight Title Match
Russ: After a tremendous show far, now we've reached the main event of the evening. This should be a tremendous technical matchup between Matt Folz and Beverly Cambridge. Both of these wrestlers have shown mutual respect for one another in the past few months.
Razz: They have and I agree with you that this could be a tremendous back and forth technical match. But do keep this in mind: both of these wrestlers did ask for this to be a no holds barred match. This could be uglier than we think.
Russ: Only one way to find out, let's head down to the ring.
"Cut the Cord" plays and a very focused Beverly Cambridge makes her way out to massive applause. She warms up in the corner as "Battle Without Honor or Humanity" plays and OOWF World Heavyweight Champion Matt Folz makes his way out. He hands his Championship to the referee as Mike Elevenbee starts the introductions.
ME: Ladies and Gentlemen, this is the Main Event of the Evening. It is for the OOWF World Heavyweight Championship and By both competitors requests it is no holds barred and falls will count anywhere. Introducing first in the corner to my left, she is a former OOWF World Champion, from Staten Island New York, 5'8 and weighing 130 pounds BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE! And now in the corner to my right, a man who needs no introduction in any wrestling arena in the world, he is the reigning and defending OOWF World Heavyweight Champion. From Green Bay Wisconsin, 6'5 and weighing 225 pounds MATT FOLZ!
Matt sticks out his hand and Beverly accepts. The two circle around one another before locking up. Matt slips behind her and tries a German Suplex, but Beverly blocks and rolls him into a roll up that gets a quick 2.5 count. Both are back quickly to their feet but Beverly's quicker, taking Matt over with an arm drag and then a lighting fast running knee that gets another 2 count. Beverly goes to pick Matt up but the Champion rolls her into a small package for 2. As both get up, Matt buries a knee in Beverly's gut and follows with a snap suplex. Matt with a teardrop suplex and he grabs Beverly's legs and cradles for 2. Beverly reverses for 2 and Matt re reverses for a 2. Beverly kicks out and both have a small smile on their faces as they lock up again. Matt shoots Beverly off the ropes and takes her down with a drop toe hold and follows up with a hard back elbow to the face. Matt with a La Magistral Cradle for 2. The two go back and forth like this in the ring for another 15 minutes, exchanging moves and counter moves in a great display of technical wrestling. Matt reverses an Irish Whip an clotheslines Beverly over the top rope. Matt rolls out and follows her as we move to the next phase of the match.
Matt whips Beverly sternum first into the ring steps and then heads over to the Tahitian Announce Table. Matt grabs a monitor and walks back over to Beverly, he takes a big swing but Beverly ducks. Beverly nails Matt with a right hand to the ribs that causes him to drop the monitor, and then while Matt's doubled over, she DDT's him onto the monitor. Beverly covers for 2. As Beverly picks Matt up and drags him back over towards the table, we can see Matt is now bleeding heavily. Beverly slams Matt's head into the edge of the table and then removes the other monitor. Beverly places Matt on the table and heads to the top rope, leaping off with an elbow drop that drives them both through the table. Beverly hooks the leg and gets a 2 count. Beverly with a spinebuster, driving Matt's back into the guard rail.
Russ: To quote the late great Emmanuel Steward, "This is now becoming the brawl we thought might see."
Beverly with a swinging neckbreaker on the concrete that gets another 2. She picks Matt up again but the Champion temporarily saves himself with a blatant rake of the eyes. Matt grabs Beverly by the hair and slams her face into the ring post. He rolls Beverly back into the ring and heads to the second rope, dropping an elbow for 2. Matt with an Irish Whip, Beverly reverses and a spinning heel kick knocks Matt over the top rope. Beverly takes a few steps back and builds up momentum, leaping over the top rope and attempting a plancha...but Matt catches her and absolutely plants her with a powerslam. Matt covers for a very close 2 count. Matt picks up a chair and drives it a few times into Beverly's ribs before covering and getting another 2 count. Fisherman's suplex gets 2. Matt picks Beverly up by the hair again and starts dragging her up the aisle and behind the curtain.
Razz: Where the hell is he going?
That question is quickly answered as the pair end up in front of the Destroyitarium. Matt slams Beverly's head into the wall and then drags her in front of the 2 new plate glass doors just installed. Matt with a release overhead belly to belly suplex that sends Beverly flying through one of the doors. Beverly is completely covered in glass. Matt covers, the referee has to step through glass to get in to position to count and that hesitation probably saves Beverly as she kicks out at 2.99999. Beverly is bleeding profusely now as Matt picks her up and gets in position for another suplex. But Beverly with a blatant low blow and she reverses, hitting a release German Suplex of her own that sends Matt through the other door. Now Matt's covered in blood and glass as Beverly covers and Matt kicks out just before 3. Beverly picks up a bar stool and slams it into Matt's shoulder. Beverly places Matt in a hammerlock and then propels his shoulder into the wall once...twice...and once more for good measure. Beverly drops a knee on Matt's shoulder and then locks in the La Bella Lock. With no ropes to grab, Matt tries to roll over into a pinning situation but Beverly keeps the hold on as she rolls back through. Matt is in agony as he has his hand up and looks like he's about to tap. In a last ditch effort, Matt goes full Mike Tyson and bites Beverly's hand to cause her to release the hold.
As Beverly holds her hand and yelps in pain, Matt staggers to his feet and nails her with an Angle Slam! Matt covers 1...2...Beverly just gets her shoulder up. Matt slams the concrete in frustration and picks Beverly up. He tries for another Angle Slam but Beverly slips off his shoulders, shoves him into the wall and hits a Codebreaker. Beverly covers and now it's Matt's turn to get his shoulder up just in time. Both are covered in glass and absolutely pouring blood as they begin to brawl, throwing haymakers at one another as they begin to make their way back towards the ring.
Russ: By Gawd, could you imagine what these two would do if they DIDN'T have mutual respect for one another?
They're brawling on the entrance ramp when out of nowhere Kieran Bourne nails Beverly in the back with a steel chair. He picks Beverly up and nails her with the Face Your Fear. Kieran hands the chair to Matt and tells him "Finish the bitch off." Matt responds to this generosity by nailing Kieran with the chair and hitting an Angle Slam. Matt throws Kieran off the entrance ramp and yells down "Who the fuck are you to get involved in my match?" Matt turns and walks back toward Beverly, but now Sebastian Davis comes but behind Matt and nails him in the knee with a Singapore cane. Davis nails Matt hard multiple times in the ribs with the cane, yelling "Do I have your attention NOW motherfucker??" Sebastian continues to beat on Matt until fellow Saint Stacy Kirkland comes out and pulls him off. Davis and Kirkland start brawling to the back and in the middle of the chaos Matt's barely able to drape an arm over Beverly's shoulders. 1...2...3.
Winner (Pinfall, 40:12) and STILL OOWF World Heavyweight Champion Matt Folz
Jaime Folz, Moose and Fire come out and help a barely conscious and badly bleeding Matt to his feet and help him to the back. OOWF Medical personnel come out to check on Beverly as the crowd gives a standing ovation to both competitors.
Russ: WOW! What a match and what an event,thank you folks for joining us on yet another awesome OOWF Pay Per View. For Razz, I'm Russ, we'll see you Wednesday for Mayhem. Have a great night everyone.
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OOWF MidWeek Mayhem (#916) Live! From Bordeaux, France May 22, 2019
<we cut to a table in the studio where Russ, Razz and Nash sit>
Russ: Ladies and Gentlemen due to some technical difficulties our video feed for this week’s Mayhem is down. Now, the show is already complete, and let me tell you, the crowd in Bordeaux was…… Razz: OFF THA HOOK! Russ: ……..right. So, this week Razz, Nash and myself will host the OOWF Recap Show…… Razz: Which is looking for a name, I mean, it’s MidWeek Mayhem, but like MidWeek Recap Riot or something Nash: I really hope your wife didn’t let you name your kids Razz: Hey, it was just off the top of my head Nash: Which is a low bar, a REALLY low bar…….how many phone books are you sitting on? Razz: Hey Russ, how is it possible that Nash was medically cleared for this? I think he blew a quad sitting down Russ: Is this how it is going to be all night? How about we get started and talk about our first match of the evening, a three way dance.
JOHN LAW vs. SHIZURU vs. JUNIOR WINCHESTER
Nash: So, Big Bossman versus Taka Michinoku versus Jamie Noble? Russ: That is insulting! Nash: To who? Razz: Look Nash, I know you’re trying to be cool and all……. Nash: You should try it Razz……but these guys aren’t some dime store knock off! Law is one of the better violent big guys, Shizuru has come a long way since his Sizzlechest days and Winchester could be the next big thing in the OOWF Russ: Well, if he wants to be the next big thing, he might have to wait until next week as Shizuru picked up the win in this one. Razz: The end was sick, what the hell was Law doing on the top rope? Russ: Seems he was going for a moonsault on Winchester, but Shizuru caught him and crotched him on the top. Razz: With him out of it, Shizuru ducked a superkick from Winchester, hit the psycho driver and got the win! Nash: The never ending Shizuru push just marches on. You would think this guy was Roman Reigns! Russ: that is insulting! Nash: To who? Razz: Shizuru Nash: Ok, yeah, that is fair. Look, so what is next for these cats, you got three guys who seem to be spinning their wheels a bit Russ: Well, I would think Shizuru would be in line for a shot at Mac Flasher’s onslaught championship Razz: And Law still has some unfinished business with Jack Bullet Nash: Does he though? Bullet whipped his ass pretty hard. What about Winchester? Russ: He’s been quiet lately, and there are rumors that he may not be long for the OOWF. Razz: Woah! Breaking news from Russ! Nash: I remember when I left WWF for WCW, Bischoff let me name my price Russ: Yeah, Bischoff was not a smart guy Nash: His stupidity made me a LOT of money Russ: How about we move on to our next match?
SEBASTIAN DAVIS & KIERAN BOURNE vs. MAC FLASHER & ZED
Russ: Davis and Bourne take on, and defeat, Mac Flasher and Zed, this match was not what I expected Razz: This match was over thirty minutes of awesome Russ: The pace these four kept up was simply remarkable. Russ: I was a bit surprised by the end, I will say that. Beverly Cambridge showed up and she and Bourne argued about halfway up the ramp. Inside the ring, Zed and Mac had Davis at their mercy Nash: It should have been smooth sailing for Mac and Zed, they have teamed before, they know one another well, but they lost because of an error Russ: Zed went for a superkick on Davis, but Davis moved and caught Mac. Taking advantage of the situation, Davis threw Zed out of the ring and rolled Mac up for the pin and the win. I am sure it was just a minor miscommunication between the two. Nash: Yeah, right Razz: It happens Nash. Zed simply missed. The God Complex is united, they are the real threat around here, I am telling you, the Saints may not think it, but the God Complex will be the ones to finally take them down Nash: You mean like the Dudes With Attitudes beat the Four Horsemen? Razz: Well, that is not exactly the best……. Nash: Or maybe the Union. Maybe they will take out the Saints like the Union took out……ummmm Razz: Ok Oz, we get your point Russ: The fact remains, the God Complex looks to be on solid ground. There certainly did not appear to be any bad blood between Zed and Mac tonight…… Nash: What about between Mac and Bev? Russ: That is being worked out as we speak, I am sure Nash: Sure, of course Razz: Do you ever have anything positive to say? Nash: I am positive you are dwarfed by Sky Low Low Razz: Hey Nash, how about we take this to the ring? Nash: Nah, dwarf tossing is illegal Razz: You son of a….. Russ: If we could get back on the show? Nash: I just want to know what is up between Bourne and Bev? Russ: That is a good question, Bourne seems to think Bev has done him wrong, but Bev doesn’t seem to have a clue what he’s talking about Razz: Sounds like they’re married. Russ: Our next match is the first match in a best of seven series between The Frenemies and the Darlings……….
THE FRENEMIES vs. THE DARLINGS – Best of Seven Series – Match 1
Nash: That reminds me of the time, back in ’82 I think, when me and Scott Hall beat Bronco Nagurski and John Tolos in a best of seven series, only took us two matches to do it…… Russ: You and Hall. Faced Bronco Nagurski and John Tolos. In 1982. And won a best of seven series in two matches. Nash: In front of 121,000 people at the Egg Dome in Tokyo Razz: You sure it wasn’t on the moon? And maybe you rode unicorns to the ring? Nash: Are you questioning my memory? Razz: What? Noooooooo I would never…….Nooooo. I am calling you a liar Russ: ANYway. A few weeks ago Alexis Darling made it very clear that she wanted the tag titles – currently held by Clan Quinn, who are certainly no strangers to the Darlings…… Razz: Well, technically Los Def hold the titles Russ: Yes, but they aren’t the recognized champions Nash: Possession is nine tenths of the law Russ: Somewhere Leesa is violently disagreeing with you Nash: Who? Russ: Never mind. Razz: You know, the bigger wild card in all of this, and something that some of us seem to have forgotten about until just as he was typing this…….
<we cut to a hospital room, it is dark, there are ventilators running, machines beep slowly and we see Kayfabe lying on the bed, struggling to survive after the dastardly attack from Sebastian Davis. As the camera pans in on Kays face, her eyes suddenly open wide, and one eye begins to twitch. Machines start going off as she begins pulling IV’s from her arm, nurses rush in and try to sedate her, the camera man gets knocked down to the floor, leaving us a sideway view, but we see Kay’s feet hit the floor, the sound of more fighting, then we see Kay walk toward the door and leave the room>
Razz: …….but Kylie also has the guaranteed title shot from the Imperial Onslaught Russ: And she could use that guaranteed shot for any title in the OOWF. She could challenge Stacy Kirkland for the Intercontinental title, she could challenge Matt Folz for the world title, she could challenge Clan Quinn for the tag titles, hell she could even challenge Mac for the onslaught championship! Nash: Why would she do anything other than challenge for the world title? That is a no-brainer Razz: Well, she still has about four months to do it, makes you wonder what she is waiting for though Russ: Folks, I’ve gotta say, this match was excellent. I think some people sleep on the Darlings, but as far as pure wrestlers go, they are two of the best in the world. Razz: I was a little surprised to see them get the win here, I figured the Frenemies would come out hot Nash: What the hell is a Frenemie? Razz: Someone who is your enemy, but kinda your friend too Nash: Like Hogan? Razz: EXACTLY like Hogan Nash: How are they not heels? Russ: Do you want Kay here? You JUST saw what happened! Nash: If I were Sebastian Davis, I would be considering getting the hell out of Dodge for a bit Razz: So, best of seven, who ya got? Russ: Well, the Darlings clearly have the experience in teaming, and the overall resume, but the Frenemies were recent champions, they ended the Saints of Sinners historic run, so I am going to say Frenemies in six Nash: SIX? When was the last time a best of seven didn’t go seven? Razz: Didn’t you just say you and Hall beat Bronco Nagurski and John Tolos in a best of seven in two matches in ’82? Nash: Ok, fine, SINCE then? Look, the Frenemies are barely even on the same page, Dorothy Mantooth has them fighting one another in the gym, but is Kylie’s focus REALLY there? I don’t think so. Darlings sweep Razz: Look, far be it for me to actually agree with Nash on anything, and he is crazy if he thinks the Darlings sweep, the Darlings are legendary when they are engaged, but sometimes they go weeks without saying anything and you start to question their dedication. If they are mentally in it, they can win, but if they’re not, no matter what is going on with Kylie, the Frenemies win. Russ: It’s Main Event time, and quite honestly, this one is going to be bowling shoe ugly Razz: Why ARE bowling shoes so damn ugly? Russ: I assume so no one will steal them? Razz: Someone get Wikipac to look that shit up!
LOS DEFENESTRATORS, JACK BULLET & BEVERLY CAMBRIDGE vs. THE SAINTS OF SINNERS
Russ: This match……..it was just chaos. You had Moose trying to decapitate Ecosistema to get his mask off Razz: Seems a bit excessive Russ: It’s Moose Razz: Fair point Russ: You had Stacy and Jack Bullet tearing into one another, and you had Fire and Volaje brawling outside the ring Nash: While inside the ring, you had Folz and Bev put on an absolute clinic Russ: That is no exaggeration folks, this match went almost 45 minutes and for the VAST majority of the match, it was Bev and Folz in the ring while the rest of them tried to murder one another Razz: It was some off tha hook old school wrestling too, Russ. Bev looked the best I’ve seen her tonight, she had a counter for everything Folz did Nash: And it wasn’t enough. Russ: Well, Folz managed to hit the Olympic slam and get the pin when Kieran Bourne came out to the top of the ramp and distracted Bev Nash: If you can’t keep your focus while you’re wrestling the world champ, then you shouldn’t be in the ring Razz: Well, there was also an insane amount of chaos going on outside the ring, I am surprised either of them could focus on the match Russ: Also, in a move that will no doubt infuriate Moose and Fire, Los Defenestrators were once again able to escape with the world tag team titles, leaving Moose and Fire toy replicas from the OOWF Shop Zone! Razz: Los Def certainly like poking the bear Russ: Not the best idea in the world in my view. Folks, we are out of time! For Razz and Nash, I’m Russ, have a great night!
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