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Dale McCoy: "Hello and welcome to Full Throttle Wrestling's November to Remember, and boy do we have a show for you here tonight folks!"

Oliver Evans: "This event will be living up to it's name with this card. We're finally going to see our two top ranked wrestlers, William LaCroix and Dmitry Petrovich, face off against one another! It's streak vs. streak as these two both put their undefeated records on the line, with the winner earning the right to call himself the true FTW World Heavyweight Champion."

Dale McCoy: "We'll also see the Lords of Wrestling defends their FTW World Tag Team Championships against The Fortunate Sons in a tables match and we'll see Paredyse take on Charles Colton Cai Cobb in a match of his choosing as their feud finally comes to a head."

Oliver Evans: "But for now, it's time for us to stop talking so that the action can commence!"

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The Executive Brooklyn Producer: “Hello good people of FTW! I am the Executive Brooklyn Producer, and I’m an American. And here in America, us Americans know that more is more, so I came out here to give you all an extra unadvertised match! So, I am issuing an open challenge to anyone on the roster who wants to face me in a match. Who is it going to be?”

Oliver Evans: “My God…Dale, have I ever told you that this man is completely devoid of both intelligence and charisma?”

Dale McCoy: “Unfortunately Oliver, I have to hear you whine about him every time he comes out to this ring.”

Oliver Evans: “I’m just telling you the truth, Dale. The Executive Brooklyn Producer bores people to death and is an idiot! He throws out an open challenge which we know will result in a loss for him, and he’s unable to actually think of something good to say on the microphone.”

Dale McCoy: “Whatever you say, Oliver.”

Suddenly, Slick Pelt’s "Danger” begins playing throughout the arena as a mysterious man walks down to the ring.

Oliver Evans: “Who the bloody hell is that? Did a cowboy find a portal and time travel or something? AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH! BLOODY KILL THAT WANKER!”

Dale McCoy : “Calm down Oliver, people still dress like that you know.”

Oliver Evans: “Truly? You Americans are so pathetic!”

Dale McCoy: “Coming from the guy who just freaked out about time travel…”

The mysterious man enters the ring before removing his coat and hat and signaling that he is accepting The Executive Brooklyn Producer’s challenge as a referee climbs into the ring.

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, The Executive Brooklyn Producer!”

The Executive Brooklyn Producer waves at the crowd.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, Lloyd Shields!”

The Texan nods at the audience when he hears a few cheers.

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd Shields? I guess this is a man who is new to the wrestling industry, because I have honestly never heard of him before.”

Oliver Evans: “I would say that The Executive Brooklyn Producer might actually stand a chance at winning this match, but then again, it’s EBP!”

Dale McCoy: “The Executive Brooklyn Producer probably has the experience edge in this contest, but I actually don’t know. This guy could be from the independent scene from another state, and just not have been well known. He’s a wild card.”

Oliver Evans: “He’s not a wild card, look at him! He’s bigger and stronger than The Executive Brooklyn Producer, so he’ll win. It’s that simple.”

The bell is rung to signal the start of this match as the referee, Ray Johnson, enters the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd Shields extends a hand to The Executive Brooklyn Producer, and the two men shake as the bell rings. Oh! But The Executive Brooklyn Producer just connected with a cheap punch! But Lloyd returns the favor with a right hand that knocks The Executive Brooklyn Producer off of his feet! Lloyd grabs EBP before he can do anything and sends him to the ropes with an irish whip before kicking EBP to the mat with a big boot!”

Oliver Evans: “The Executive Brooklyn Producer doesn’t even know where he’s at right now! I think this match is already going to be reaching a conclusion.”

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd pulls EBP to his feet before pulling him into a short-arm clothesline! He pulls The Executive Brooklyn Producer to his feet before delivering another short-arm clothesline. As The Executive Brooklyn Producer gets to his feet, Lloyd Shields runs and bounces off of the ropes before diving into EBP and flipping him into the air with a high impact running clothesline! What a clothesline! Lloyd hooks a leg for the cover.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall, Lloyd Shields!”

Oliver Evans: “And I told you so. I told you that the joke of the wrestling business would lose another match. This fool is just never going to get a win.”

Dale McCoy: “That was a very impressive and very quick win by Lloyd Shields on his debut! This man is no-nonsense when it comes to that ring.”

Oliver Evans: “I would like to see more of this kid, a win over The Executive Brooklyn Producer isn’t really anything to be proud of.”

Dale McCoy: “I bet you’d be proud if you could defeat The Executive Brooklyn Producer, especially considering the fact that he defeated you in the past.”

Oliver Evans: “Shut up you old man! He got lucky!”

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The Watering Hole, a place where people kick back, have a drink, tell tales and laugh about the nuances of life. Patrons were enjoying a hearty meal with their mugs of distilled beverages all except one. The camera slowly zooms in on a lone figure sitting at the end of the bar, his face though partially hidden by the dimmed lights still recognizable as one belonging to Colton Charles Cai Cobb. What was once a proud arrogant man emanates a different aura this night as he silently sips from a mug. It is also then that a certain patron recognizes the FTW superstar. Clearly drunk, the man shouts out to Colton Charles Cai Cobb with wanton disregard for his well-being.

Drunk Pub Patron: "Hey aren't you that guy C2? Yeah the guy who lost to that gay guy! Yeah! I saw ya in the tellie! Hey look everyone, we have the guy who got his ass whipped by a homo!"

The pub grows silent as the all eyes focuses on Colton Charles Cai Cobb who though still sitting at the end of the bar, now has his head raised and his eyes flaming with anger. A few murmurs are heard followed by some chuckling.

Drunk Pub Patron: "Aww lookie here I think I made him angry, did I make you angr..."

A bouncer steps in to stop the man from antagonizing Colton Charles Cai Cobb any further but he was a few sentences too late. As straight as an arrow, the half-filled mug just a few seconds ago in Colton Charles Cai Cobb's hand smashes hard into the head of the drunk pub patron. The drunk pub patron slumps unconscious into the arms of the bouncer who now has his sights on the agitated wrestler.

Bouncer: "Excuse me sir, I think it's about time for you to settle your bill and leave the premises."

Colton Charles Cai Cobb slams a few bills on the table top, slowly rises up from his seat and starts to walk towards the exit.

A Bar Patron Who Should Have Kept His Mouth Shut: "Yeah, go home! You deserved to lose to Paredyse and don't show your face in here again."

Expecting conflict, the bouncer quickly leaps into action but he was too late as Colton Charles Cai Cobb lunges at the bar patron grabbing him by the neck and slamming him down into an opposite table. The bouncer lunges in for a tackle but misses the raging wrestler as he backsteps and sends a knee right into the bouncer's chin sending his eyes rolling into his head as the man slumps into the cold floor unconscious.

By this time some of the other bar patrons start standing up from their seats, it is clear that they are not going to let the upstart wrestler cause trouble in their haunt without doing anything.

Bartender: "Now now, let's all calm down and..."

A bottle flies from C4's hands narrowly missing the bartender and smashing into the liquor bottles behind him.

Bartender: "The hell with it, kick that asshole back into his mother's fetus!"

The pub erupts into a frenzy as testosterone fueled by alcohol sparks a brawl of epic proportions. Soon it is clear that even in his inebriated state, Colton Charles Cai Cobb was more than a match for the bar patrons as body after body starts slumping into the floor unconscious or groaning in pain and too battered to continue.

As the last body falls to the ground, Colton Charles Cai Cobb runs his fingers through his hair pushing a dislodged lock back in place, his only damage, a ripped sleeve from his expensive Armani polo shirt. C4 then begins to head to the bar, the bartender about to dial 911 quickly drops the phone as he looks on terrified at the approaching wrestler.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb stops in front of the bar, he picks up the bills he placed earlier as payment and stuffs it into his pants pocket. He turns around and leaves the pub. The usually cocky wrestler didn't leave any words this time but he left a scene of carnage as the camera fades to black.

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In their locker room, Alexander Conway and Ethan O’Reilly are playing a game of Texas hold ‘em. Beside them lie the FTW World Tag Team Championships while in-between them is a giant pile of chips. Conway throws his last remaining chips into the pile.

Alexander Conway: “I’m all in.”

Ethan tosses his last chips in as well before flipping the river. Both men show the other what they are holding. Ethan drops his cards in rolls his eyes.

Alexander Conway: “Ha! Full House! I win again.”

Ethan O’Reilly: “I’m starting to think that someone at this table is cheating.”

Alexander Conway: “If you didn’t want to lose you shouldn’t wager real money. How much do you owe me now? It’s over $1,000.”

Ethan O’Reilly shrugs his shoulders.

Ethan O’Reilly: “Who cares? I’ll be making a lot more then that after we defend these titles here tonight. Those Vogel punks are going to get what they deserve.”

Alexander Conway: “Of course they are! No one attacks us and gets away with it! Tonight, one of the Vogels is going through a table. However, we can’t forget about Tommy Gunn. I think we both know that the personal security guard for the Vogels won’t refrain from trying to screw us out of our titles.”

Ethan O’Reilly: “You know what? I hope Tommy Gunn does come down to try and interfere in the match, I really do. Not only will that prove that John and Eric don’t deserve to hold these titles, but I’ll also get the chance to take out Tommy Gunn. If he interferes tonight, he’s going through a table too. I’m not playing anymore games.”

Alexander Conway: “Good, because there is no longer any room for games. We are the best tag team and the best wrestlers in Full Throttle Wrestling. We need to prove just how damn good we are on every single night. We need to make sure that there is no argument or dispute about who are the best. We have to expect that people will do whatever they can to knock us off of the mountain top, and we will have to prevent that from happening.”

Ethan O’Reilly and Alexander Conway stand up and grab their titles.

Ethan O’Reilly: “You’re damn right. Let’s get out there and cement into the brains of everyone just how good we are. Let’s show them why we are the Lords of Wrestling.”

The tag team champions smile at one another before turning and exiting the locker room.

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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a tag team tables match and is for the FTW World Tag Team Championships! Introducing first, the challengers, the team of Eric Vogel and John Vogel, The Fortunate Sons!”

Devour" by Shinedown blasts through the speakers as Eric and John Vogel step onto the ramp. They walk down to the ring, ignoring the fans for the most part. After they enter the ring, the two brothers shake hands before moving to their corner.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing their opponents, they are the FTW World Tag Team Champions, the team of Alexander Conway and Ethan O’Reilly, The Lords of Wrestling!”

"Nightmare" by Avenged Sevenfold blares throughout the arena for a few moments before Alexander Conway steps onto the entrance ramp followed closely by Ethan O'Reilly. They look over the audience before exchanging a few words and then walking down to the ring. Alexander rolls into the ring as Ethan hands off his vest before also rolling into the ring. The two men begin to chat with each other while they wait for the bell to ring.

Dale McCoy: “For the first time in FTW history, we’ll be seeing a tag team tables match! The rules of this match are simple, put one of your two opponents through a table. There will be no tags, both members of a team are legal and allowed to be in the ring at the same time. The person does not have to put through a table in the ring, putting them through a table outside of the ring will still win the match for your team.”

Oliver Evans: “I think the Fortunate Sons got a bit screwed with this match type. Ethan O’Reilly isn’t going to be going through a table, and will easily be able to lift either one of these two before putting them through a table. The Fortunate Sons are going to have to disable Ethan O’Reilly before double teaming Alexander.”

Dale McCoy: “That’s easier said than done, Oliver. Alexander Conway is a phenomenal competitor. He’ll do whatever needs doing to prevent himself from being put through a table.”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander can only last for so long against two other men. I have faith that the Fortunate Sons will be able to take him out if they get rid of Ethan first.”

The bell is rung to signal the start of this match as the referee, Michael Bull, enters the ring.

Dale McCoy: “As the bell rings, the four men all begin exchanging punches with one another. Ethan O’Reilly forces Eric back to the ropes with a barrage of punches before clotheslining him over the ropes and down onto the floor. Ethan climbs out after him as Conway ducks a clothesline attempt from John Vogel. Superkick from Conway to John!”

Oliver Evans: “Ethan hits Eric with a few punches before throwing him face-first into the ring post. Alexander takes John down with a neckbreaker before signaling for Ethan to join him.”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander holds John as Ethan charges in and takes him down with a clothesline. Conway climbs onto the turnbuckle as Ethan pulls John back to his feet. Missile dropkick from Alexander! Alexander and Ethan send John into the ropes with an irish whip, but Eric trips his brother and pulls him out of the ring and out of harm’s way.”

Oliver Evans: “It looks like Eric and John are going to talk some strategy, but the Lords of Wrestling will have none of that. Conway and O’Reilly slide out of the ring and break up the group session with some forearms to the back. Ethan knocks Eric down with a clothesline before grabbing a table.”

Dale McCoy: “Conway hits John with a few punches before kneeing him in the gut and throwing him over the crowd barricade! Conway watches as Ethan goes to get Eric to put him through the table, but Eric pulls a toolbox out from under the ring and hits Ethan with it! Tools fly everywhere!”

Oliver Evans: “Ethan dropped like a sack of bricks! I think Eric may have just knocked him out with that toolbox!”

Dale McCoy: “Conway hits Eric with an elbow to the back of the head before slamming his face off of the crowd barricade. Conway pulls Eric over to the table and tries to suplex him onto it, but Eric counters with a suplex of his own that sends Conway into the ground.”

Oliver Evans: “Eric hits Conway with a running knee to the face before following up with a jumping neckbreaker. That had to hurt. Eric slides the table into the ring before slamming Conway’s face into the apron and rolling him into the ring as well.”

Dale McCoy: “Eric grabs John and pulls him over the crowd barricade before grabbing a steel chair. Eric walks over to Ethan O’Reilly, who is trying to get to his feet, and cracks him on the back with the chair! Eric hoists the chair high into the air before bringing it down onto Ethan’s back a second time! Eric drops the chair and grabs Ethan. He motions to John and the two hit a double suplex!”

Oliver Evans: “These two are doing exactly what I said they’d have to do, take Ethan out. I wouldn’t have chosen to work on the back personally, but without the back, Ethan won’t be putting anyone through tables.”

Dale McCoy: “Eric and John high-five, but Eric quickly moves as Alexander Conway dives over the ropes and into John! Eric kicks Conway in the rib and goes to throw him into the ring, but Conway connects with a few punches to the midsection before sending Eric face-first into the steel turnbuckle post with an irish whip! Conway throws John into the ring before rolling in after him.”

Oliver Evans: “John hits Conway with a front dropkick as Conway turns towards him, sending Conway back and into the corner. John runs and jumps before hitting Conway with his elbow. As Conway stumbles out of the corner, John knees him in the face before running and bouncing off of the ropes to build momentum for a big clothesline.”

Dale McCoy: “John drops a knee onto Conway’s face before setting up the table. John forces Conway into the corner before lifting him onto it, but before he can do anything, Conway grabs him into a front facelock and leaps off the turnbuckle, twisting John around before suplexing him onto the table! But the table didn’t break!”

Oliver Evans: “The Fortunate Sons are still in this match; John Vogel is just going to have a big welt on his back later on.”

Dale McCoy: “Eric Vogel slides into the ring and charges towards Conway, but Conway lifts him up and slams him onto the table with a spinebuster! But the table is still intact!”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander is strong enough to hit a spinebuster on Eric, but is unable to get enough force behind it to break the table? Or are our tables just that strong?”

Dale McCoy: “Conway turns Eric Vogel so that he’s length to length on the table before climbing onto the turnbuckle. Conway prepares to leap, but suddenly Tommy Gunn jumps onto the apron and pulls his leg out from under him, crotching him onto the turnbuckle! Tommy Gunn quickly climbs into the ring and pushes Eric Vogel off of the table before pulling Conway off of the turnbuckle and onto his shoulders.”

Oliver Evans: “This is perfectly legal; if Conway goes through the table here, the Fortunate Sons will still win the titles!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan O’Reilly slides into the ring as Tommy Gunn transitions Conway for a powerbomb. As Tommy goes for the powerbomb, Ethan slides the table out of the way!”

Oliver Evans: “Ethan just saved Conway from going through that table! Conway still got powerbombed, but at least this match is still going on.”

Dale McCoy: “Tommy Gunn charges at Ethan, but Ethan ducks down before sending Tommy into the air with a back body drop…and he just went through the table! Tommy Gunn just went through the table!”

Oliver Evans: “Well that’s one way to take care of some unwanted problems.”

Dale McCoy: “Eric and John hit Ethan with duel double axe handles to the back before sending him to the ropes with an irish whip. As he comes back, he foils their double team attempt with a double clothesline! Ethan pulls Eric onto his shoulders, but before he can hit the Excidio, John pulls Eric off. Double dropkick from the Fortunate Sons sends Ethan to the mat.”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander spins John around before knocking him down with a dropkick of his own. Alexander and Eric begin exchanging punches, but are soon joined by John and Ethan. Eric and John resort to stereo low blows to avoid losing the advantage!”

Dale McCoy: “The Fortunate Sons send Conway to the ropes with an irish whip before lifting him and slamming him to the mat with a double flapjack! Ethan O’Reilly knocks John Vogel down with a big right hand before lifting Eric up in another attempt at the Excidio, but John dropkicks his leg out from under him and causes Eric to land on top of him.”

Oliver Evans: “As Ethan gets up, John Vogel gets slightly behind him before reaching behind his back and hooking Ethan's head. John grabs Ethan's nearest arm and hooks Ethan's leg before pushing Ethan forward and into the mat with a Forward Russian Legsweep!”

Dale McCoy: “Eric Vogel pushes Ethan out of the ring after his brother’s Coronation. John grabs Conway and drives him into the mat with the Coronation as well! Eric slides out of the ring and sets up a table as John begins dragging Conway to the ropes. John steps out onto the apron before pulling Conway to his feet and preparing for a suplex.”

Oliver Evans: “If he can get this, Conway is going to go right through that table and we will see new FTW World Tag Team Champions be crowned!”

Dale McCoy: “John lifts Conway into the air with the suplex, but Conway lands on the apron! The two begin exchanging punches, but Conway’s getting the better of it. Eric quickly hops onto the apron and tries to hit Conway from behind, but Conway catches him with a hard elbow shot before hitting John with another punch.”

Oliver Evans: “Conway is fighting both men off, he may actually pull out the win despite the number’s edge being with the Vogels.”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan O’Reilly slides back into the ring as the Vogels start to get the advantage. John and Eric both grab Alexander, preparing to send him through the table with a double Russian legsweep, but before they can, Ethan sends John off of the apron with a big boot! John Vogel has just fallen through the table! This match is over, Michael Bull is signaling for the bell!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winners of the match and STILL your FTW World Tag Team Champions, Alexander Conway and Ethan O’Reilly, the Lords of Wrestling!”

Oliver Evans: “Eric Vogel jumps off of the apron and checks on his brother while Alexander and Ethan begin to celebrate their title defense.”

Dale McCoy: “This is a well-deserved win for the Lords of Wrestling, they fought hard and even overcame interference from Tommy Gunn.”

Oliver Evans: “I still think that this was an unfavorable match for the Fortunate Sons. I think they’ll be wanting another shot, and rightly so.”

Dale McCoy: “I’m sure that they will have a chance to earn another title shot in the coming month.”

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Standing triumphantly in front of the camera is the fantastically flamboyant Paredyse. Paredyse beams as he begins to speak.

Paredyse: “Guess what? PAREDYSE KICKED THE CRAP OUT OF COLTON! That’s right, I knocked that arrogant jerk onto his firm ass and earned the right to not only pick the type of match we’ll be having here tonight, but to also pick the terms of the match. Poor little Colton, he tried so hard to defeat me in the lumberjack match, but just couldn’t manage it. He even had help on numerous occasions, and yet still fell a bit short. I’m starting to think that falling short is a habit for Colton.”

Paredyse giggles at the thought.

Paredyse: “So Colton, what match should I pick? And more importantly, what should happen when I win? Should I make you strip stark naked after defeating you in a kissing contest? Should I force you to be my “tension” reliever for a few days after I defeat you in a dance contest? Or maybe I should force you to dress in drag after I beat you in a bra and panties match? Or I could simply have you fired after winning a beauty contest, but your ugly mug wouldn’t even have a chance of winning in that. No, I don’t need to have any kind of cheap advantage in the match, so I think we’ll be meeting later on tonight in a no holds barred submission match. At least now you have a fair chance at defeating me Colton, but I doubt that you will. I’m going to hear you scream.”

Paredyse pauses as he thinks about how Colton’s screams will sound. Will they be loud and long or short? Will they come easy, or will Paredyse have to work for them? After considering these questions, Paredyse remembers that the camera is still there.

Paredyse: “Now this brings me to what will happen when you lose, Colton. I was going to be a jerk, and force you to do something that you didn’t want to do, but I’ve had a change of heart. You seem to like telling lies and making up stories, Colton, which tells me that you are insecure. I’m going to change that. After I defeat you tonight, you have to spend one hour with me. There will be no unwanted physical contact between us Colton, but you will be required to attend that meeting naked. I’m doing you a favor Colton; I’m going to help you build your self-esteem and make you feel less insecure during that hour long meeting. You’ll thank me later, as will the roster when they don’t have to hear your lies and fallacies any longer. I’ll see you out there, Colton!”

Paredyse blows a kiss into the camera as the scene fades to black.

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The big Russian, Dmitry Petrovich, is standing in front of the camera with his FTW Television Championship draped over his shoulder. Beside him is Aaron Blake, who grins as he pats his client on the back.

Aaron Blake: “Today is finally the day. It’s finally time for the most unstoppable force in Full Throttle Wrestling to claim his prize. It’s time for the false streak of William LaCroix, and his reign as champion, to come to an end. Tonight, the Russian Terror will defeat William LaCroix and become the second and final FTW World Heavyweight Champion, because Dmitry will never lose it once he wins it. There is no man in this company who can defeat Dmitry Petrovich by either pinfall or submission, so there is no man in this company who can take the strap off of him.”

Dmitry Petrovich nods his head in agreement.

Aaron Blake: “Tonight will mark the dawning of a new era here in Full Throttle Wrestling. For too long, this federation has had a champion who creates a reputation by defeating nobodies. He has never defeated anyone of actual quality, and he certainly hasn’t defeated anyone from Treachery. William LaCroix tried to dodge Dmitry and tried to wear down Dmitry by attacking him two weeks ago. Being the coward that he is, William LaCroix refused to participate in a match at Velocity, whereas Dmitry proudly defended his Television Championship! William tries to vilify Dmitry, but I think it’s as plain as day that Dmitry is the true competitor here. William, your time is up. The undefeated Russian has his sights set on you, and there is no escape. You will lose here tonight, and fade into obscurity, as Dmitry takes his rightful place at the top of the mountain. Come on Dmitry, we have an ass kicking to prepare for.”

Aaron Blake leads Dmitry away from the camera as the scene fades to black.

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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a no holds barred submission match and is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, Colton Charles Cai Cobb!”

Green Day's "Having a Blast" starts blaring out of the speakers as the silhouette of the penultimate wrestler, covered in smoke and with a light show on, Colton Charles Cai Cobb raises from the ground with his back facing the crowd. He turns around as he steps off the platform and into the entrance ramp with a smirk on his face and an air of arrogance as he makes his way to the ring ignoring the loud boos which echo the ringside. He enters the ring with a mic in hand and waits for the booing to subside before he addresses the crowd.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "A no holds barred submission match... Paredyse may have just sealed his own fate with this match. And when I make Paredyse tap out later on, I shall put him in his place. Now it has occurred to me that I still have not stated my stipulations when I win this match."

An obnoxious grin appears on C4's face.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "Every great man needs a servant to serve him and everyone knows that my greatness surpasses all. So that is what Paredyse will be, he shall serve me in any capacity I want until his contract runs out here in FTW."

Loud boos again emanate from the crowd as C4 throws the mic over the top rope and goes to his corner doing some stretches waiting for the match to begin.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, Paredyse!”

I'm in Heaven (When You Kiss Me) by ATC begins to play throughout the arena. After allowing it to play for a few seconds, the lip-gloss and eyeliner wearing flamboyant male named Paredyse prances down to the ring. He rolls in before blowing a kiss to the crowd and giving them a suggestive wink.

Dale McCoy: “Colton and Paredyse have had some serious issues with one another lately, and it has finally come to a head tonight. By virtue of his win in the lumberjack match, Paredyse was allowed to pick the match stipulation for tonight. Curiously, he picked this no holds barred submission match, which one would think favors Colton.”

Oliver Evans: “Think? I know that this match favors Colton! Not only is it won by submission, which Colton excels at, but you can legally use weapons and ignore the ropes, which will let Colton do soooo much more damage.”

Dale McCoy: “Indeed, I’ll think Paredyse might be in trouble in this match. I can understand him picking the match to prove a point in the event that he wins, but the disadvantage he is at isn’t worth…uhh…one hour of Colton’s nude body.”

Oliver Evans: “…I really hope Colton wins.”

The bell is rung to signal the start of this match as the referee, Mark Davis, enters the ring.

Dale McCoy: “As the bell rings, Paredyse tackles Colton to the mat and begins raining punches down upon him, but Colton quickly slips away and rolls out of the ring. Paredyse rolls out of the ring and starts to chase after him, but Colton gets enough distance between him and Paredyse to check under the ring. He finds a lead pipe, and as Paredyse comes running over, he brutally swings it into his knee! Paredyse screams in pain as he falls to the ground clutching his knee.”

Oliver Evans: “This match might already be as good as over if that knee is injured. If it isn’t injured, I have a feeling that it soon will be.”

Dale McCoy: “Colton takes the lead pipe and presses it against Paredyse’s neck, cutting off the flow of oxygen and crushing the throat as he puts his weight upon it.”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse is struggling like a fly in a spider’s web. I didn’t think that this match would get this violent this fast. Colton isn’t going to be wasting any time tonight, is he?”

Dale McCoy: “Colton finally eases up, throwing the lead pipe into the ring before grabbing Paredyse’s leg. Colton drags Paredyse over to the steel steps and puts Paredyse’s knee onto the edge of the step. Colton goes to stomp down onto Paredyse’s knee, but Paredyse moves his leg just in time! Paredyse kicks Colton’s leg out from under him, causing Colton to fall into the steps before rolling onto the floor holding his nose.”

Oliver Evans: “Colton better not be bleeding again! That little leghumper needs to quit injuring this eloquent and prestigious man.”

Dale McCoy: “Well, unfortunately for you and for Colton, that’s exactly what has happened. Colton’s nose is indeed bleeding.”

Oliver Evans: “I think Colton’s going to be picking up the brutality in retribution for this.”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse uses the ring apron to support himself as he gets up. Colton also gets up, still holding his bleeding nose. Enraged, Colton charges towards Paredyse, who trips Colton into the ring apron! Paredyse reaches underneath the ring and retrieves a kendo stick! He’s smacking Colton on the back over and over with it as Colton yelps from the pain!”

Oliver Evans: “Colton manages to get away from Paredyse due to the knee injury though. Paredyse throws the kendo stick at Colton and narrowly misses. Both men look underneath the rings for some more weapons. Paredyse slides a trash can into the ring before grabbing a steel chair and Colton also arms himself with a steel chair.”

Dale McCoy: “Unsatisfied, Paredyse drops the chair and pulls out a mop, which he promptly throws like a javelin at Colton who bats it away. Paredyse reaches under the ring again and this time comes up with a kitchen sink! He heaves and sends it soaring towards Colton, who has to jump out of the way of the heavy sink. Paredyse reaches in again and retrieves a thick sheet of plywood, which he also throws at Colton, who again avoids it.”

Oliver Evans: “What the hell is this? An especially violent version of dodge ball?”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse grabs that steel chair again as Colton comes around. Both men swing and the chairs collide! The two try again, smacking the chairs together and losing their grips on them! Colton tries for a clothesline, but Paredyse ducks under it! Paredyse jumps and pulls Colton down with a neckbreaker!”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse smacks Colton on the back with a steel chair before throwing both of the chairs into the ring. Paredyse hobbles over to where the kendo stick landed, and uses it as a cane.”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse makes his way back over to Colton before smacking him on the back with the kendo stick and then smacking him on the forehead with it! As Colton tried to get up, Paredyse pushes him hard into the turnbuckle post! Grabbing Colton, Paredyse rolls him into the ring before grabbing his kendo stick and following him.”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse grabs Colton’s leg and sits on his back with the half crab! The referee’s asking Colton if he wants to tap, but Colton is saying no! Colton struggles to get to the rope, but then remembers that there are no rope breaks in this match!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton drags Paredyse over to one of the steel chair. Grabbing it, Colton swings it back and hits Paredyse on the back of the head with it! Paredyse is down! Colton gets up and swings the steel chair into the injured knee of Paredyse! Paredyse tries to get out of the ring, but Colton grabs him by the leg and pulls him back. Colton drives his knee into the back of Paredyse’s knee before pulling Paredyse’s leg back, increasing the pressure.”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse screams out in pain, I don’t know if he’ll be able to handle this!”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse tries to push Colton off with his free leg, but isn’t able to muster up the strength to do so! Paredyse’s hand hovers over the mat, but upon remembering that he’ll be forced to be Colton’s manservant if he loses, refrains from tapping out.”

Oliver Evans: “I think it’s only a matter of time before he does tap out though, Colton’s really applying the pressure. There’s only so much that the human body can take.”

Dale McCoy: “Reaching out, Paredyse manages to grab his kendo stick. He swings it and manages to hit Colton on the shoulder with it. Surprised by the pain, Colton loosens up the hold just enough for Paredyse to slip free. Colton turns around and start to move for Paredyse, but Paredyse stabs the kendo stick into his gut before wrapping it around Colton and pulling him to the mat with a Russian legsweep.”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse grabs the trashcan and hits Colton on the back with it before pulling Colton to his feet and DDTing him down into it. Paredyse grabs Colton’s foot, and begins to twist it for the ankle lock! Colton quickly spins around and kicks Paredyse off of him.”

Dale McCoy: “Colton gets to his feet, but Paredyse grabs his legs and pulls them out from under him! Paredyse tries to wind around his legs for a figure four, but Colton pushes him off! Colton charges at Paredyse, but Paredyse moves out of the way and Colton runs right into the turnbuckle pads! Colton bounces off of them as Paredyse bounces off of the ropes. Bulldog from Paredyse! Paredyse grabs Colton’s arm and applies the armbar!”

Oliver Evans: “Colton cries out in agony as Paredyse keeps up the pressure. He tries to overpower Paredyse and free his arm, but it just doesn’t happen. Colton manages to knee Paredyse’s injured knee, causing him to release the arm and grip his knee instead.”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse tries to roll away from Colton, but doesn’t get far. Colton lifts Paredyse into the air by the leg before slamming his knee into the mat. As Paredyse grips at his knee, Colton grabs him and drags him to the corner. Colton climbs out of the ring and grabs Paredyse’s legs. Paredyse tries to fight him off, but to no avail as Colton pulls his groin right into the turnbuckle post. Colton wraps around Paredyse’s legs…what is he doing?”

Oliver Evans: “It looks like Colton is locking Paredyse into some sort of figure four leglock.”

Dale McCoy: “He is! After making the prep, Colton falls to the floor, pulling at Paredyse’s knee with all of his body weight! That could easily cause a hyper extension!”

Oliver Evans: “You know, Paredyse’s groin is still up against that steel post, I bet that that being pressed against the post is extremely uncomfortable as well. It’s a double submission attempt!”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse screams out in pain! He tries to pull himself free of Colton, but can’t do it. He tries to untangle his legs, but can’t reach them. He can’t pull Colton up and he can’t flip over either. Paredyse is literally stuck, there’s no escape from this hold!”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse is still refusing to tap out though. He doesn’t want to become Colton’s manservant, but if he doesn’t, his wrestling career may very well come to an end.”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse tries to reach for one of the weapons lying in the ring, but can’t get to any of them! There’s absolutely nothing Paredyse can do! He has to tap out; otherwise, his knee is going to be destroyed beyond repair.”

Oliver Evans: “And yet Paredyse still refuses to tap out. Look at him, he’s even started crying from the pain! Paredyse isn’t showing heart by sticking through this; he’s showing a lack of intelligence. Paredyse is going to hurt himself beyond repair just to avoid becoming Colton’s manservant, but because he can’t escape this submission anyway, he’s still going to lose this match!”

Dale McCoy: “Unfortunately, you’re right. Paredyse needs to just tap out and end this before he gets seriously injured. Paredyse bites his hand because of the pain, and starts to bleed because of how hard he’s biting it! Yelling in pain, Paredyse’s bloodied hand hovers above the mat before finally slapping it! Paredyse has finally tapped out!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via submission, Colton Charles Cai Cobb!”

Oliver Evans: “Colton releases Paredyse’s legs before getting to his feet and celebrating his win. Not only did he win this match and win back some of his pride, but he’s also won himself a new manservant.”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse will be forced into a humiliating position, but it is better than being crippled and judging by how Colton’s been acting, I doubt Colton was going to stop until he heard that bell ring.”

Police Officer: “Colton Charles Cai Cobb, you are under arrest on multiple charges of aggravated assault. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.”

Oliver Evans: “What the hell!? Colton is being arrested!?”

Dale McCoy: “A team of officers have Colton in handcuffs and are leading out of the arena! How did they even get in here without us being notified? What does this mean for Colton and Paredyse?”

Oliver Evans: “I hope we find out soon, because this is ridiculous! Colton only beat up those losers in the bar in self-defense! Hell, we caught it on camera, how is there any dispute about what happened?”

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A punching bag goes whizzing through the air after an especially hard punch from William LaCroix. As it swings back, LaCroix catches it and stops it’s momentum before turning to face the camera.

William LaCroix: “Dmitry Petrovich and Aaron Blake are just so certain that I am going to lose tonight. Well, I hate to burst their bubble, but they are dead wrong. I’ve defeated some of the best wrestlers in this industry, unlike Dmitry who has to cheat at every opportunity to retain his Television Championship. Where Dmitry tried to get out of his match at Velocity, I was ready to get into one, but Antonio Del Veccio decided to instead assault me in a cheap attempt to give Dmitry the advantage here tonight. Well Dmitry, I’m in perfect condition for tonight, and I promise you that you won’t be taking the strap away from me.”

LaCroix steps closer to the camera.

William LaCroix: “I don’t care what you do, who you bring, or how you cheat, I am going to be walking out of here tonight with this title still around my waist. You can bring Treachery, The Vogels, Antonio Del Veccio, Aaron Blake, Tuesday, Friday, and little Trolley the Train, it won’t make a difference! The entire Russian army couldn’t win you the match here tonight! I hope you’re ready to lose Dmitry, because that’s exactly what you’re going to do.”

William gives the punching bag one last punch before walking away. Meanwhile, the cameraman being a cameraman, doesn’t pay attention to the bag’s swing, and ends up getting hit by it and falling to the ground with a crash as the scene suddenly ends.

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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a falls count anywhere, anything thing goes match scheduled for one fall and it is for the FTW World Heavyweight Championship! Introducing first, the challenger, Dmitry Petrovich!”

Svyaschennaya Voyna, composed by Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov, plays throughout the arena as Dmitry Petrovich steps out onto the ramp followed closely by his manager, Aaron Blake. Dmitry ignores the audience completely as he walks down to the ring. After climbing into the ring, Dmitry waits patiently for the bell to ring as Aaron Blake gives him some last minute advice.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, the FTW World Heavyweight Champion, William LaCroix!”

"Sonne" by Rammstein begins playing over the speakers as the big man from Switzerland walks down towards the ring. He ignores the crowd as he climbs up the metal stairs onto the ring apron. After wiping his feet on the apron, LaCroix swings one of his long legs over the top rope before doing the same with the other.

Dale McCoy: “And finally we get to a match that has been long anticipated by the fans of FTW; Dmitry Petrovich vs. William LaCroix.”

Oliver Evans: “The fans aren’t the only ones who have been anticipating this match; I’ve been eagerly waiting for it as well! The two undefeated men on this roster who have the highest point values, squaring off for the most prestigious title in FTW! Who wouldn’t want to see this?”

Dale McCoy: “I don’t know, Oliver. Let me tell you, if you know someone who didn’t buy this internet Pay Per View, you better call them up and tell them about what they are missing out on, because this next match is going to be a great one.”

Oliver Evans: “You’re damn right it is, Dale.”

The bell is rung to signal the start of this match as the referee, Mark Davis, enters the ring.

Dale McCoy: “William LaCroix and Dmitry Petrovich charge at one another and collide with shoulder blocks, but neither man budges! Dmitry tells William to run to the ropes and try again, which William does, but to no effect! Dmitry runs to the ropes and tries to shoulder block William, but he also has no effect. Dmitry tells William to go try again, but as William comes back, Dmitry kicks him in the gut. Dmitry elbows William on the back of the head before sending him in the corner with an irish whip.”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry charges in with a big clothesline! As William stumbles out of the corner, Dmitry lifts him into the air and slams him to the mat with the sidewalk slam! Dmitry hooks the legs for the early cover, but William quickly pushes him off.”

Dale McCoy: “Both men quickly get to their feet and begin exchanging punches, but as LaCroix starts to get the advantage, Dmitry again kicks him in the gut. Spinning neckbreaker from Dmitry! Snapmare from Dmitry put LaCroix on his butt. Dmitry bounces off of the ropes before kicking William in the face. Dmitry pulls William to his feet before kicking him in the gut and lifting him up for a powerbomb attempt, but William fights out of it with a series of punches to the back of the head.”

Oliver Evans: “William grabs Dmitry by the waist and takes him over with a bridging german suplex!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry forces his shoulder off of the mat at the count of two. William lifts Dmitry into the air and body slams him to the mat! As Dmitry gets up, William sends him into the ropes with an irish whip before trying for a clothesline, but Dmitry runs right through it before hitting LaCroix with a back elbow. Dmitry waits for LaCroix to turn back around before knocking him down with a big clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “As William gets up, Dmitry lifts him into the air and slams him to the mat with a body slam, showing him that anything he does, Dmitry can do better! Petrovich takes LaCroix into the air with a suplex, but LaCroix manages to land on his feet before pulling Petrovich to the mat with a neckbreaker!”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix tries to punch Petrovich, but Petrovich blocks it before rocking LaCroix with an elbow to the temple! Before LaCroix has a chance to act, Petrovich kicks him in the knee before pulling him in for a big DDT! Petrovich waits for LaCroix to get up before grabbing him and dropping him to the mat with the side suplex! Cover!”

Mark Davis: “One…”

Oliver Evans: “LaCroix wastes no time in kicking out of that pin attempt. Dmitry goes for a clothesline, but LaCroix sidesteps and grabs the arm before pulling Dmitry in for a full nelson!”

Dale McCoy: “But LaCroix doesn’t have his hands locked! Dmitry is preventing the submission hold from being secured! LaCroix gives up his attempt in order to hit Dmitry on the back of the head with a few hard elbow shots before securing the full nelson! Dmitry struggles wildly, trying to break LaCroix’s grasp!”

Oliver Evans: “Realizing that Dmitry is going to be able to break the hold, LaCroix lifts him into the air and throws him to the mat with the full nelson slam!”

Dale McCoy: “William LaCroix pulls Dmitry onto his shoulders; I think he may be going for that Dementia finisher of his! Oh, but it was too soon to make that attempt, as Dmitry fights out of it with a few elbow shots. Olympic slam from Dmitry! He hooks a leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “It’s not enough though as William pushes him off at two. Dmitry bounces off of the ropes for a running big boot, but William dodges out of the way before tossing him with a half-nelson suplex!”

Dale McCoy: “William quickly pulls Dmitry onto his shoulders, but Aaron Blake hops onto the apron and grabs Dmitry’s leg! As William tries to run to the first turnbuckle for his Dementia, Blake pulls Dmitry off of his shoulders! Dmitry uses this opportunity to try and connect with a clothesline, but LaCroix ducks it! William LaCroix bounces off the ropes before leveling Dmitry with the Riot Run! William goes for the cover, but Aaron Blake is distracting the referee!”

Oliver Evans: “Don’t say it like that! It’s perfectly legal in a match without rules. If Blake wanted to, he could enter the ring and physically break up the pinfall right in front of the referee.”

Dale McCoy: “William gets up and tries to take a shot at Blake, but Blake ducks it, grabs LaCroix, and jumps off of the apron, snapping LaCroix’s throat off of that top rope! As LaCroix stumbles back, Dmitry spins him around and scoops William up horizontally before swinging LaCroix around and slamming him to the mat with the Perestroika! Dmitry hooks a leg for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Unbelievable! William kicked out at two! Blake was even starting to celebrate after Dmitry’s Perestroika!”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry grabs LaCroix and lifts him onto a shoulder, but LaCroix manages to slip down. Dmitry turns and charges at LaCroix, but LaCroix drops down and pulls the top rope down, causing Dmitry to fall right over and to the outside!”

Oliver Evans: “William LaCroix rolls out of the ring and grabs Dmitry before slamming his head into the steel steps. LaCroix reaches underneath the ring and pulls out a spare table from the tables match we had earlier!”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix slams Dmitry’s face onto the steel steps again before setting up the table. Blake runs over and hits LaCroix on the back with an elbow, but that only serves to piss LaCroix off! He grabs Blake by the throat before throwing him into Dmitry, causing both of them to hit the steel steps while falling. LaCroix grabs Dmitry, preparing to put him through the table, but Jean-Pierre Renoir runs out from the back! He charges towards LaCroix, but LaCroix grabs Renoir by his waist and hoists him into the air before slamming Renoir through the table with the Neurotoxin!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir just took a huge bullet for Dmitry, but it doesn’t look like it’ll be in vain. Dmitry grabs LaCroix and throws him into the steel steps before walking around the ring and grabbing a steel chair. Coming back around, Dmitry kicks LaCroix in the gut before smacking him on the back with the chair, knocking him onto the steel steps.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry lifts the chair high above his head and swings it down, but LaCroix moves out of the way! Dmitry drops the chair due to the pain coursing through his hands. William picks up the discarded chair and prepares to use it, but Blake pulls it out of his hands! LaCroix turns around and punches the steel chair into Blake’s face before reacquiring it and turning to Dmitry once more, but Dmitry quickly gets out of dodge.”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry heads up the ramp and to the backstage as LaCroix follows him. LaCroix is chasing Dmitry through the hallways!”

Dale McCoy: “As LaCroix turns a corner, he comes face to face with Dmitry, who is now folding a steel chair as well! These two are at a standstill! Before either man takes a step, Kazu Nagai punches LaCroix on the back of the head! Dmitry and Kazu begin double-teaming William, stomping him into the ground! Kazu suddenly gets spun around by Acid, who having seen the double-teaming decided to lend a hand. Acid hits Kazu with a few punches before turning towards Dmitry, but Dmitry just pelts him with that steel chair!”

Oliver Evans: “Treachery stomp on William a little longer before Dmitry drops down to make the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix still kicks out at two, despite the abuse. Kazu pulls LaCroix onto his feet, and holds him as Dmitry prepares to hit him with the chair. As Dmitry swings, LaCroix pulls himself away, and the chair connects with Kazu! Dmitry turns to hit LaCroix, but LaCroix kicks the chair into Dmitry’s face with the Riot Run! LaCroix’s going for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Petrovich makes the kick out before the count of three! LaCroix pulls Petrovich to his feet and slams his head off a wall before walking him through the halls. And now they’re coming back out and to the ring! But Kazu is hot on their trail and hits LaCroix on the ramp!”

Dale McCoy: “Those two exchange a few punches as Dmitry recovers. Dmitry tries to copy LaCroix’s Riot Run, but LaCroix moves out of the way and Dmitry just takes out Kazu! LaCroix sends Petrovich into the crowd barricade with an irish whip before grabbing him and walking him down to the ring. Petrovich manages to turn and gain control though, and drives LaCroix kidney first into the ring apron!”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry lifts LaCroix up and slams him to the floor with the powerslam before hooking a leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry is unable to keep LaCroix down past the count of two. Dmitry tries to irish whip LaCroix into the turnbuckle post, but LaCroix stops himself and turns around and runs at Dmitry, but Dmitry ducks down and sends him into the air with the back body drop! LaCroix hit the ground hard after that one!”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry lifts LaCroix onto his shoulders and goes to taunt to Blake about this being the end, but LaCroix hits him with a few hard elbows before sliding down behind him and pushing him into Aaron Blake! Dmitry just clonked heads with his manager! As Dmitry groggily stumbles back, William LaCroix hits him with a series of European uppercuts before pulling him onto his shoulders and throwing him into a double-knee gutbuster!”

Dale McCoy: “William LaCroix climbs back into the ring before climbing onto the turnbuckle. What is he doing? Flying elbow to the heart from LaCroix! Wow! LaCroix hooks the leg for the cover!"

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Both Kazu Nagai and Aaron Blake dive onto LaCroix to stop the pin from happening! Kazu and Blake are kicking the crap out of LaCroix! But wait! Alexander Conway and Ethan O’Reilly have apparently seen enough! They’ve come down to the ring and are going right after Blake and Nagai! Renoir tackles Conway to the floor to allow Blake to get away and up the ramp.”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan spears Kazu! Conway and Renoir’s brawl is interrupted as Ethan spears Renoir as well! The Lords of Wrestling are going after Blake, who is now signaling to the back. Who did Blake pay off? Eric Vogel and John Vogel run out from the back and now they are brawling with the tag team champions! Tommy Gunn joins in to tip the scales to the Vogels! LaCroix sees this and goes to assist the Lords of Wrestling, but Dmitry spins him around and throws him into the ring!”

Oliver Evans: “Security come out to try and break up the giant brawl happening on stage as Dmitry slides into the ring. LaCroix charges at him, but Dmitry grabs him by the throat…chokeslam! Dmitry’s going for the win!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “The champion again kicks out at two! Dmitry grabs the champion by the throat, but William hits him with a hard elbow to avoid taking that ride again. LaCroix uses the separation to bounce off of the ropes, but he runs right into a big boot from Dmitry! Dmitry sends LaCroix to the mat with a suplex before rolling over and trying for the pin.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Yet another two count! LaCroix just won’t stay down! Dmitry tries to continue his attack, but LaCroix suddenly hops up and hits him with a European uppercut. And a second! And a third! He’s rocking Dmitry with these things!”

Dale McCoy: “Before Dmitry can even try to fight back, LaCroix hits him with a jab before taking him down with a discus clothesline! William LaCroix runs to the ropes, BUT ANTONIO JUMPS ONTO THE APRON AND HITS HIM ON THE BACK OF THE HEAD WITH THAT METAL BRIEFCASE!”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry grabs William LaCroix and lifts him upside down into a belly to belly position. Dmitry jumps, landing on his knees and spiking LaCroix’s head into the mat with a tombstone piledriver! The Iron Curtain! The Iron Curtain! Dmitry hooks a leg for the cover! This has to be it!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall and NEW FTW World Heavyweight Champion, Dmitry Petrovich!”

Dale McCoy: “I don’t believe it! Dmitry used every available means to win here tonight, and yet William LaCroix held his own until Antonio Del Veccio showed up.”

Oliver Evans: “LaCroix didn’t hold his own, he had help too! The Lords of Wrestling and Acid got involved on his behalf.”

Dale McCoy: “They were trying to deal with Treachery, who kept interfering; they weren’t influencing the outcome by attacking one of the two men fighting in this match.”

Oliver Evans: “This match had no rules; Dmitry was only playing this game the way it should be played. William LaCroix can say that he got screwed, but it won’t be true.”

Dale McCoy: “Talk about a coward, Dmitry had other people fighting his battle for him!”

"Time to Shine" by Saliva blasts over the speakers as Adam Vogel runs out from the back. He has a microphone in hand, and looks to be pretty pissed off.

Adam Vogel: “Cut the music and hold everything! While I can’t reverse the referee’s decision, I can undo it, and undo it I shall. Dmitry, I am stripping you of both the FTW World Heavyweight Championship and the FTW Television Championship!”

Aaron Blake shouts some words at Adam Vogel, but the cameras don’t pick them up.

Adam Vogel: “I’m aware that this was a no holds barred match, Blake, but I told you that if Treachery helped Dmitry, I would not only strip him of the Television title but also of his number one contendership. But because I had to go bail Colton Charles Cai Cobb out of prison, I got here a little late. If you had wanted to win that championship and keep it, you shouldn’t have crossed the boss, bitch. Now hand them over to Mark Davis.”

Mark Davis reaches out expectantly, but Dmitry refuses to hand over either one of his titles.

Adam Vogel: “Dmitry, if you don’t give up those titles, I’ll be left with no choice but to suspend you without pay. If you try to get physical, I’ll fire you, so think out your next few moves very carefully.”

Begrudgingly, Dmitry Petrovich hands over both of his titles to Mark Davis, who rolls out of the ring and walks up the ramp before giving them to Adam Vogel.

Adam Vogel: “I’m glad you decided to see things my way, Dmitry. Maybe one of these days you’ll either grow a brain or find a manager who has one so that this doesn’t have to happen again.”

With a smirk, Adam Vogel leaves the upset group known as Treachery to figure out what they’ll do next.

Oliver Evans: “What the hell!? Vogel can’t just strip people of titles whenever he feels like doing it!”

Dale McCoy: “Vogel has a point, he told Dmitry and Blake that no other members of Treachery were allowed to get involved in Dmitry’s matches.”

Oliver Evans: “No, Vogel only said for that one night. I think someone’s holding grudges and making rules up as he goes.”

Dale McCoy: “There’s going to be a lot of fallout from this, but we’re out of time. Until next time, I’m Dale McCoy.”

Oliver Evans: “And I’m Oliver Evans, saying so long.”
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