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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - FutureShock (April 1, 2012)   Tue May 22, 2012 10:28 pm



Fireworks and pyro light up the darkened building. Fans roar with the explosions, waving signs and mugging for the cameras. The camera finally sets upon a table where an older gentleman and a young, good looking, man sit.

Dale McCoy: "Hello and Welcome to Full Throttle Wrestling's FutureShock! Tonight Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a 30-man battle royale between all of the men who fought during the Wrestletopia weekend and it is for the FTW World Heavyweight Championship!"

Oliver Evans: "Alexander Conway is in a bad position here tonight as he HAS to begin the match at number one, while every other man involved gets to draw a number for when he will enter the match."

Dale McCoy: "That's right, Conway has the lowest chances of winning here tonight despite being the man who perservered in the Wrestletopia weekend to win the Adam Vogel Invitational and the FTW World Heavyweight Championship. For whatever reason, Adam Vogel has seen fit to put Alexander's reign into early jeopardy with a nearly impossible challenge."

Oliver Evans: "That's true, Dale. However, these fans want to see some action, and so do I! So let's get this show started!"




"Junkies for Fame" by Shinedown blasts over the arena as Alexander Conway steps out from the backstage of FTW. He stops on the ramp and holds a fist into the air as a series of pyrotechnics explode behind him. Once they subside, Alexander walks to the ring. Grabbing a microphone from a ring hand, Alexander slides into the ring and hoists his FTW World Heavyweight Championship high into the air.

Alexander Conway: “That’s right, take a good long look at your new FTW World Heavyweight Champion!”

Alexander looks over the crowd before setting his title onto his shoulder.

Alexander Conway: “The title that should have been mine from the very beginning has now found its way into my possession. At Wrestletopia, I defeated opponent after opponent after opponent, defending my Television title in each match, as I went through the Adam Vogel Invitational. Against Aaron Blake’s scheming, larger athletes, and continued beat-downs, I persevered. I persevered and I won because I am Alexander Conway, the best wrestler in the world! There isn’t a man on this planet that is better than me in this ring; night in, and night out, I prove that. At Wrestletopia, I proved that, and here tonight, at FutureShock, I will prove it again when I outlast 29 other superstars to retain my FTW World Heavyweight Championship! I’m at the top of the mountain right now, and despite Adam Vogel throwing me what appears to be an impossible challenge, this is exactly where I will be staying.”

Stopping to let his words hang in the air, Alexander listens to the fans for a few moments. There area some cheers, and there are some boos, but what is definite is that there is a reaction.

Alexander Conway: “To further commemorate my victory at Wrestletopia, and to herald in my victory later on tonight, will be the revealing of a long-kept secret. As you all should know, I come from the famous Conway clan, but what you don’t know is that Conway isn’t my real name. When I was conceived, I already had two older brothers who held the Conway name. My dearest mother, Cecile Ravensdale, decided to give me her name, instead of giving me my father’s name. Of course, I am still a Conway, and in the Canadian market, it was much more lucrative to use that name instead of my given name. The Conway name may be how I made my start, but it will not be how I leave my legacy. Today is the start of a new chapter in my life, but this chapter certainly won’t be my last. Alexander Ravensdale, your FTW World Heavyweight Champion, is only just getting started.”

Alexander Ravensdale drops the microphone onto the mat and holds the FTW World Heavyweight Championship high into the air for a few moments before exiting the ring and walking up the ramp to the backstage of Full Throttle Wrestling.



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

"BROOKLYN RAGE~!" by LittleKuriboh begins playing as The Executive Brooklyn Producer walks onto the stage. A fan yells out "OH MAH GOD! IT'S POKERFACE BY LADY GAGA!" This prompts The Executive Brooklyn Producer to walk over ot the fan and channel Achmed the Dead Terrorist. "SILENCE!....I KEEL YOU!" The Executive Brooklyn Producer then puts on a smile and waves at the other fans in attendance as the lyrics for the song start running. After a few seconds of waving, The Executive Brooklyn Producer walks down to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Before Taryn Shay has the chance to introduce his opponent, Dmitry Petrovich slides into the ring and runs at The Executive Brooklyn Producer. As EBP turns around, Petrovich knees him in the gut, doubling him over. Petrovich pulls EBP in before lifting him into the air and throwing him to the mat with the Soviet Domination!”

Oliver Evans: “Petrovich leaves a broken EBP in the ring as he walks to the backstage. I wonder what stupid thing the Brooklyn Moron did to piss Petrovich off.”

Dale McCoy: “You know damn well that that attack was only because he was scheduled to face Aaron Blake here tonight. That cowardly manager had to send one of his lackeys out to weaken The Executive Brooklyn Producer up.”

Oliver Evans: “Aaron Blake doesn’t need anyone else’s help to defeat The Executive Brooklyn Loser, he could do that easily enough on his own. Clearly, the moron pissed off the wrong guy by being a moron!”

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

Svyaschennaya Voyna, composed by Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov, plays throughout the arena as Aaron Blake walks to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Wait a minute; this match is still going to happen?”

Oliver Evans: “Yeah, what did you expect? For us to deprive the audience of their first match simply because of a moron’s actions towards Dmitry? You are stupid.”

Dale McCoy: “This match shouldn’t be allowed to happen; The Executive Brooklyn Producer isn’t even going to be able to defend himself and doesn’t have any chance of winning this contest all because of Dmitry Petrovich. Aaron Blake is being handed a free victory here tonight instead of being disqualified for having Dmitry Petrovich attack his opponent.”

Oliver Evans: “You’re an idiot.”

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

Dale McCoy: “As the bell sounds, Aaron Blake dives onto EBP and hooks both of the legs for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “Aaron Blake did it! Aaron Blake defeats The Executive Brooklyn Producer in a strong display that will serve as an example to all who think they can push Aaron Blake around!”

Dale McCoy: “What are you talking about? Blake didn’t do anything!”

Oliver Evans: “Aaron Blake just beat The Executive Brooklyn Producer in what was probably record time! How didn’t he do anything?”

Dale McCoy: “You’re right, Blake did do something – he screwed The Executive Brooklyn Producer.”


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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - FutureShock (April 1, 2012)   Tue May 22, 2012 10:30 pm



Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a 30-man Royal Rumble match for the FTW World Heavyweight Championship! The match will start with the current World Heavyweight champion and the man who drew number two in the ring, with another man entering every three minutes. The only way to eliminate superstars is to through them over the top rope with both feet hitting the floor. The last man standing will be declared the winner and will be the FTW World Heavyweight Championship! Introducing now, the current FTW World Heavyweight Champion, Alexander Ravensdale!”

"Junkies for Fame" by Shinedown blasts over the arena as Alexander Ravensdale steps out from the backstage of FTW. He stops on the ramp and holds a fist into the air as a series of pyrotechnics explode behind him. Once they subside, Ravensdale pulls his vest off and tosses it onto the ground as he walks to the ring.

Taryn Shay: “And now, introducing the man who drew number two, Aldo van Eyck!”

"Screaming Bloody Murder" by Sum 41 begins playing throughout the arena as Aldo van Eyck walks out from the backstage and onto the ramp. The crowd bursts into a frenzy of boos at the sight of the Dutch wrestler, but Aldo merely laughs at those in attendance before walking down to the ring. Aldo van Eyck slides into the ring and waits for the start of the match.

Dale McCoy: “I still don’t understand why Alexander Ravensdale was assigned a number for this Royal Rumble. He should have been allowed to draw for one like everyone else, but instead he will now have to try and outlast 29 other superstars, a challenge that only Aldo van Eyck shares.”

Oliver Evans: “And what bad luck it was for Aldo van Eyck to draw number two, Dale. It’s a long way from now until the end, and there are a lot of people who will be coming in. The chances of one of these two men surviving until the end, or even winning the match, are incredibly minuscule.”

Dale McCoy: “But you really couldn’t ask for two better men to try and go the entire way then Alexander and Aldo. These two men have showed themselves to be ultra-resilient, crafty, and very talented. Either one of these men could actually go on to win this thing, and at the very least, you know that they are going to be doing a lot of damage to any of the other superstars who enter this contest.”

Oliver Evans: “I don’t doubt that Ravensdale and Eyck will be difficult to eliminate, but I do believe that neither one of them will win here tonight.”

The bell is rung to signal the start of the match as the FTW referees spread out around the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale and Aldo lock up and try to push one another to the ropes, but Aldo begins to get the best of it. He pushes Ravensdale closer and closer to the ropes before pushing him back against them and grabbing the legs, trying to toss Ravensdale out of the ring early.”

Oliver Evans: “But Alexander isn’t going to allow himself to be eliminated that easily. He fights Aldo off with a few punches to the skull.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo stumbles back before taking a spinning wheel kick from Ravensdale. The early elimination attempt may be coming back to haunt Aldo.”

Oliver Evans: “As Aldo gets to his feet, Alexander kicks him on the chest with a thrust kick that causes him to stumble to the ropes. Ravensdale quickly charges in for a clothesline, but Aldo catches him with a kick to the gut as he comes in.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo hammers on Ravensdale’s back with forearms before pulling him by the hair to the ropes and attempting to pull him over them, but Ravensdale hangs on to the top rope to stop himself from going over before elbowing Aldo in the gut a few times to get him to give up on the elimination attempt.”

Oliver Evans: “I think Ravensdale just wanted Aldo to quit pulling his hair.”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale connects with a rolling elbow before pulling Aldo to the ropes and looking for the suplex, but Aldo strikes him with elbows before lifting Ravensdale into the air and putting him gut-first across the top-rope! Before Alexander can react, Aldo van Eyck leaps into the air and connects with a dropkick to the face that sends Ravensdale tumbling to the floor.”

Oliver Evans: “Ravensdale somehow managed to hang onto the bottom rope! Ravensdale pulls himself to the apron, but Aldo is having none of it. Aldo stops Alexander from reentering the ring and tries to push him off of the apron, but Ravensdale hooks the bottom rope as if his life depended on it.”

Dale McCoy: “While Aldo van Eyck struggles to eliminate Alexander Ravensdale, the clock finally winds down, and it looks like a new entrant will be entering this match-up! Who’s it going to be? Who’s coming out third?”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number three, Christian Grenier!”

"Anthem For The Year 2000” by Silverchair blasts throughout the arena as the young Christian Grenier runs out from the backstage.

Oliver Evans: “So the third entrant is a man that Ravensdale has had a hand in training…interesting.”

Dale McCoy: “Grenier slides into the ring and goes for Aldo, but Aldo gives up on trying to eliminate Alexander to catch Grenier on the jaw with a hard back elbow. Grenier stumbles back holding his jaw before being doubled over by a kick to the gut. Aldo hits him on the back of the neck with the point of the elbow, and boy does that one have to hurt.”

Oliver Evans: “Trust me, it does. I’ve been there.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo wraps an arm around Christian before pulling him to the mat with the Russian legsweep. Aldo floats over and begins raining down the fists on Christian, but Alexander kicks him on the back of the head. Alexander grips Aldo and lifts him into the air before slamming him to the mat with a teardrop suplex.”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo gets right back up, only to be thrown to the mat by Alexander’s release german suplex! Alexander motions to Christian, and thte two men pull Aldo up and take him to the ropes before trying to toss him over.”

Dale McCoy: “But Aldo tightly hugs the top rope, denying them the elimination. Alexander and Christian strike Aldo with a few punches before each grabbing a leg and trying to eliminate him again, but Aldo’s grip hasn’t slackened; he manages to hold himself up and prevent himself from being eliminated long enough for Christian to decide to take a cheap shot on Ravensdale!”

Oliver Evans: “That punch knocked Alexander down! Ravensdale tries to get up, but Grenier is quick to continue his attack with a kick to the face. Grenier continues to kick Alexander in the face until Aldo comes in behind him and throws him over the rope, but Christian manages to land on the apron!”

Dale McCoy: “As Christian rolls back into the ring, Aldo begins to stomp a mudhole into him. The clock slowly winds down to zero as Christian continues to get stomped on by Aldo.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number four, William LaCroix!”

"Sonne" by Rammstein begins playing over the speakers as the big man from Switzerland walks down towards the ring.

Oliver Evans: “William LaCroix! This is a match changer right here! The first big man out here is at a big advantage if he can keep his smaller opponents from ganging up on him.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo turns away from Christian and goes to attack LaCroix as he swings a leg over the top rope. Aldo hits LaCroix with a few punches, but LaCroix manages to grab him and push him back onto the mat before swinging his other leg over and into the ring. Aldo gets up and charges at LaCroix, but LaCroix leaps into the air for the Riot Run! But Aldo slides underneath the leg!”

Oliver Evans: “That was some quick thinking from Aldo.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo hits William on the back with a few forearms, soon beating William to his knees, but one hard punch from William to Aldo’s stomach takes Aldo completely off of his feet. LaCroix pulls Aldo into the air and holds him there, but Aldo knees LaCroix on the top of the head rapidly, allowing him to fall to the mat. Aldo quickly twists LaCroix to the mat before grabbing him and trying to drag him to the ropes.”

Oliver Evans: “LaCroix is like…3 times your size, Aldo! I know there is a need to eliminate competitors, but trust me, it’s just not going to happen.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo gets LaCroix to the ropes and tries to get him over them, but a hard elbow by LaCroix ends that. LaCroix knocks Aldo to the mat with a hard punch before connecting with a running knee lift. LaCroix grabs the dazed Aldo and lifts him into the air before powering him into the mat with the jackhammer!”

Oliver Evans: “William pulls Aldo back to his feet before lifting him into the air and holding him there, allowing all of the blood to rush to Aldo’s head!”

Dale McCoy: “William begins to do squats while he holds Aldo into the air, showing off his strength to the fans in attendance while he waits for Aldo’s blood to rush to his head.”

Oliver Evans: “LaCroix does a few more squats before slamming Aldo to the mat with the suplex. LaCroix pulls the confused Aldo to his feet before running him to the ropes and throwing him over!”

Dale McCoy: “But Aldo manages to hang onto the ropes and prevent himself from being eliminated! LaCroix goes to take care of Aldo, but Alexander jumps and hits him on the back of the head with an elbow. Alexander hits LaCroix’s face with his forearm a few times, but LaCroix fights back with punches that push Ravensdale back before spinning and taking him down with the discus clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “With Ravensdale out of the way, LaCroix turns and goes to deal with Aldo again, but as he gets to the ropes, Aldo leaps into the air and kicks him onto the side of the head. LaCroix stumbles back as Aldo jumps onto the top rope and uses it as a springboard for a clothesline, but LaCroix catches him and throws him with the exploder suplex!”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix looks over at the clock, and sees it wind down to zero!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number five, Johnny Faith!”

Fireworks go off as “Fallback” by Spineshank begins to play and as Johnny Faith runs down to the ring.

Oliver Evans: “And it looks like one of the men from Relentless will finally be stepping into the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Faith slides into the ring and goes for LaCroix, but runs right into the Riot Run! That was as quick as quick can be! LaCroix pulls Faith up and goes to eliminate him, but Christian hits LaCroix on the back with a forearm before kicking LaCroix in the gut.”

Oliver Evans: “Christian pulls LaCroix in, looking for a DDT, but LaCroix lifts him into the air and slams him to the mat instead with a northern lights suplex. Beautiful!”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix yanks Christian onto a shoulder and takes him over to the ropes, but Christian thumbs LaCroix’s eye before dropping down behind him and dropkicking him on the back, sending him over the ropes, but LaCroix manages to land on the apron.”

Oliver Evans: “Christian tries to capitalize and knock LaCroix to the floor, but LaCroix blocks the punch before cracking Christian with a hard elbow to the face. LaCroix reenters the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Christian charges at LaCroix only to be caught and slammed to the mat with the spinning side slam! LaCroix pulls Grenier to his feet before lifting him high into the chair and dropping him to the mat with the electric chair! LaCroix drags Grenier to the ropes, looking to toss him over.”

Oliver Evans: “But Aldo and Alexander both run in and grab LaCroix before trying to toss him over the ropes, but LaCroix grabs the ropes and stops himself from going over! Alexander and Aldo continue to try and push him over, but LaCroix fights them off with elbows.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix turns around and decks both Alexander and Aldo with a double clothesline! Alexander is quick to get back up, only to have LaCroix slam him back to the mat with a body slam. Aldo van Eyck gets up and is lifted into a gorilla press by LaCroix before being tossed forwards and kicked in the chest!”

Oliver Evans: “LaCroix grabs Alexander and whips him into a corner before grabbing Eyck and tossing him into Alexander. LaCroix charges and crushes both of them with an avalanche!”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix pulls Aldo into a knee lift before booting a stumbling Ravensdale right back into the corner. LaCroix works Ravensdale over with punches as the timer strikes zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number six, Jefferson Saint!”

"Final Treatment 192" by Stalker begins playing as Jefferson Saint steps out. He slowly raises his fist into the air in a dramatic display before walking down to the ring.

Oliver Evans: “Saint takes his time walking down to the ring, giving LaCroix extra time to continue wailing on Alexander Ravensdale.”

Dale McCoy: “Saint nonchalantly steps into the ring and locks eyes with LaCroix. Saint holds out his hands, presumably asking LaCroix to ignore his presence in the match.”

Oliver Evans: “Smart. Avoid fighting the biggest man, and your chances improve by quite a lot.”

Dale McCoy: “But LaCroix isn’t interested! He charges and goes for the Riot Run, but Jefferson Saint ducks under the leg and strikes William in the groin with an elbow!”

Oliver Evans: “Ouch!”

Dale McCoy: “Jefferson Saint stands up and taunts to the crowd while LaCroix rolls on the ground in pain. Aldo van Eyck walks over to the Saint, but Saint immediately drops down and punches him in-between the legs before standing up and taunting to the crowd again.”

Oliver Evans: “A match like this favors Saint immensely, as he can hit people in the groin as much as he likes.”

Dale McCoy: “Jefferson Saint notices Ravensdale still in the corner and charges to him, but Ravensdale gets both feet up and into the face if Saint, knocking Saint to the mat! Saint gets back up as Ravensdale pulls himself onto the turnbuckle. Ravensdale leaps and knocks Saint down with the diving calf kick!”

Oliver Evans: “Ravensdale is taking it to Saint! I guess Ravensdale really doesn’t want to be punched in the groin.”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander kicks him on the head before hooking Saint up for a suplex attempt, but Saint uses his free hand to punch Ravensdale in the groin!”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander lets go of Saint and understandably grips his groin, but this allows Saint to turn his back to Alexander and mule kick him in-between the legs!”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale goes to the ground cupping his balls. Johnny Faith finally manages to get up after that Riot Run he took earlier, and turns around right into a kick to the balls from Saint! Saint goes back to taunting as Faith falls to the mat.”

Oliver Evans: “I think I know now why Johnny has Faith in Nothing.”

Dale McCoy: “Christian Grenier pulls himself to his feet using the ropes, only to have his legs pulled out from under him by Jefferson Saint. Saint spreads Grenier’s legs before stomping down right onto his balls! I think the medical staff need to get out here.”

Oliver Evans: “Grenier’s definitely got a busted nut! That shrill scream told us that!”

Dale McCoy: “Saint goes back to taunting as the timer ticks down to zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number seven, David Strongcock!”

Sir Edward Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No.1 begins to play as David Strongcock runs down to the ring.

Oliver Evans: “It’s the super douche bag!”

Dale McCoy: “David Strongcock slides into the ring and leaps into the air, driving his cock into Saint’s face and pushing Saint to the mat! As Saint tries to get up, Strongcock bounces off of the ropes before coming back and connecting with a shining cock! David stands up and drops his cock onto Saint’s face with the Cock Drop before pulling Saint up and tossing him over the ropes!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Jefferson Saint has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “The man who left the ring a pool of men cupping their balls has just been tossed out by the super douche. Strongcock tells Saint that he deserved that before turning to continue the match.”

Dale McCoy: “But Saint reaches into the ring and grabs Strongcock’s foot! Strongcock kicks Saint off of him, but fails to notice LaCroix recover. As Strongcock finally looks at his opponents, he catches a Riot Run to the face and falls over the ropes and down to the floor!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, David Strongcock has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “The sucky fake superhero is outta here!”

Dale McCoy: “Saint laughs at Strongcock before stomping down onto Strongcock’s groin, but Jefferson Saint hurt his leg! He hobbles around as Strongcock pulls himself up to his feet. David kicks Saint in the gut before trying to pull him for the Dickstroyer, but Saint manages to free himself before running up the ramp.”

Oliver Evans: “Meanwhile, in the ring, where the important stuff is happening, LaCroix has been wailing on Christian Grenier.”

Dale McCoy: “That he has. But what LaCroix hasn’t been doing is watching Alexander Ravensdale, who comes flying in with a high running dropkick to the face of LaCroix! William stumbles back and into the ropes. Ravensdale charges forward, but LaCroix suddenly rushes forward as well and turns him inside out with a huge clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “God, he just killed Ravensdale with that one! LaCroix is going to eliminate him now!”

Dale McCoy: “Johnny Faith is stalking LaCroix. Faith whistles to get LaCroix’s attention before jumping and grabbing LaCroix for the Faith Breaker, but LaCroix counters into a backbreaker. LaCroix looks annoyed by Faith’s effort. He shakes his head in disdain before reaching down to grab him, but Aldo van Eyck comes in from behind and clips LaCroix’s leg!”

Oliver Evans: “That’s the right leg too, the Riot Run leg!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo grabs the leg and begins kicking behind the knee before dropping down knee-first onto the side of LaCroix’s knee. Aldo gets back up before doing that again and this time staying there while pulling the leg at an odd angle.”

Oliver Evans: “There are no submissions in this match, but this could take out LaCroix and make him vulnerable to elimination.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo keeps pulling on the leg as Alexander gets to his feet. Alexander briefly considers attacking Aldo while he’s distracted with hurting LaCroix, but Alexander instead goes after Grenier. Ravensdale drags him to the ropes and tries to get him over, but Grenier hangs on tight.”

Oliver Evans: “Grenier grabs Ravensdale by the hair and drags his eyes across the ropes to get some separation. Grenier pushes Ravensdale into the corner and begins wailing on him as LaCroix clubs Aldo with a vicious punch.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix gets to his feet before clotheslining an oncoming Aldo van Eyck. Eyck gets back up only to be knocked back down by another clothesline. Aldo is slammed to the mat by a sidewalk slam from LaCroix! As Aldo slowly gets back up, Alexander dodges a punch from Grenier and gets him into the corner before blasting him with kicks to the chest.”

Oliver Evans: “William LaCroix runs at Aldo van Eyck, but Eyck goes low and connects with a dropkick to the right leg! Aldo grabs the leg, but LaCroix pushes him off as the clock ticks down to zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number eight, Vincent Nothing!”

Fireworks go off as “Fallback” by Spineshank begins to play. After a few moments, Vincent Nothing steps out onto the entrance ramp and walks down to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Vincent Nothing will now be entering the fray as William LaCroix again takes Aldo down with a clothesline. Nothing waits for LaCroix to turn around before lifting him into the air and slamming him to the mat with authority! LaCroix tries to get back up, only to receive a big boot to the temple.”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander Ravensdale comes charging over only to be flipped into the air by Vincent Nothing with the back body drop! Vincent grabs Ravensdale and lifts him into a fireman’s carry before bringing him to the ropes.”

Dale McCoy: “But Ravensdale grabs hold of the top rope and resists Vincent’s attempt to toss him over. Vincent keeps trying to send Ravensdale over, but Ravensdale uses all of his strength to stay up and even kicks his legs to distort his weight to make it more challenging for Nothing to eliminate him. Nothing suddenly pulls away from the rope before tossing Ravensdale over them! But Ravensdale hands onto the rope, even when his hip slams into the apron.”

Oliver Evans: “Nothing tries to pry Ravensdale’s fingers from the rope, but Ravensdale pulls himself up enough to connect with a kick to the top of Nothing’s skull!”

Dale McCoy: “Nothing stumbles back and gets leveled from behind by a clothesline to the back of the head from LaCroix! LaCroix lifts Nothing into the air before slamming him with the suplex. Ravensdale quickly pulls himself around and onto the rope before flipping onto Nothing with the apron slingshot arabian press!”

Oliver Evans: “Now that was actually pretty impressive from Ravensdale.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix turns around and gets his leg kicked out by Faith. With LaCroix on his knees, Faith jumps and grabs his head before driving it into the mat with the Faith Breaker!”

Oliver Evans: “Faith is stalking Ravensdale now. It looks like Faith is going to give him some payback for that moonsault.”

Dale McCoy: “Faith whistles lowly to get Alexander’s attention. Alexander turns around and Faith leaps into the air and grabs his head before driving it into the mat with another Faith Breaker!”

Oliver Evans: “Faith just took out both Alexander and William with his finisher! What the hell were those two idiots doing!? Why would you turn around when you hear a whistle, you merf!?”

Dale McCoy: “Merf?”

Oliver Evans: “It’s a British thing.”

Dale McCoy: “Great explanation.”

Oliver Evans: “Shut up.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck is waiting and watching from a corner as Faith tries to get Nothing back up. Grenier suddenly smacks Faith on the back, taking advantage of the situation. Faith and Grenier begin brawling.”

Oliver Evans: “Grenier is starting to get the better of the exchange, Faith is letting him land some unanswered blows.”

Dale McCoy: “Faith blocks a punch before tossing one back towards Grenier, but Grenier ducks under it before getting behind Faith and pulling him into a cobra clutch! Grenier goes for the trip, but Faith breaks the hold and spins around before jumping and grabbing Grenier’s head before pulling it into the mat with another Faith Breaker!”

Oliver Evans: “Faith just took out three of the other men in this match with that move! He needs to eliminate some of them, but he might not have that opportunity as the clock has just ticked to zero!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number nine, John Vogel!”

"Devour" by Shinedown blasts through the speakers as John Vogel walks down to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “And it looks like the first member of Treachery will be John Vogel. It’ll be interesting to see how the primarily tag team competitor fares without a partner.”

Oliver Evans: “Poor John Vogel, he has to go in there all alone.”

Dale McCoy: “Faith waits patiently for Vogel to enter the ring before beginning to exchange punches with him. The two men keep pounding away on one another for a solid twenty seconds before Vogel starts to get the advantage. John lands a few unanswered blows before running to the ropes and bouncing off of them.”

Oliver Evans: “As John comes back, Faith leaps into the air and grabs him for a Faith Breaker, but John sticks his knee out underneath Faith to prevent the move! He must have been watching earlier when LaCroix did that.”

Dale McCoy: “John Vogel begins stomping on the back of Faith, but he fails to notice Vincent Nothing shaking off the cobwebs behind him. Nothing slowly gets to his feet before waiting for John Vogel to turn around.”

Oliver Evans: “Running big boot! Nothing just snapped Vogel’s head back with that, and Vogel may very well be done already.”

Dale McCoy: “Vincent Nothing lifts John Vogel up and onto a shoulder before tucking John’s head under an arm and falling backwards to slam John Vogel into the mat with the Nothing Ride! That may spell the end for John Vogel in this match!”

Oliver Evans: “Eyck quickly runs in and tries to throw Nothing over the ropes, but Nothing turns it around and sends Aldo into the rope as he tries to toss him over, but Aldo hangs on tight.”

Dale McCoy: “Nothing hammers on the back of Aldo as Faith runs across the ring and knees LaCroix in the face. Faith starts stomping on Alexander as Nothing continues the cycle of attempting to weaken Eyck before attempting to eliminate him.”

Oliver Evans; “I think Faith should get over there and help him eliminate Eyck. Every less man in the match increases his own chance of winning.”

Dale McCoy: “I think Faith is realizing that now, but instead of eliminating Aldo, Faith tells Nothing to set him up. Nothing tosses Aldo back and into Faith who leaps and pulls him face-first into the mat with the Faith Breaker!”

Oliver Evans: “Another competitor gets laid out by that move, but I think that was the incorrect choice for Faith. They should have just eliminated Eyck when they had the chance. Faith in Nothing go after Vogel. They grab him and go for the elimination as the clock ticks down. Who’s coming out now?”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number ten, Tommy Gunn!”

Tommy Gunn steps out of the backstage and breaks into a run for the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Gunn quickly slides into the ring and clubs Nothing on the back before pulling him away from John and knocking him down with a punch. Faith pulls away from Vogel to go help his partner only to take a punch from Gunn as well.”

Oliver Evans: “It looks like the cavalry has arrived for John Vogel! Tommy Gunn isn’t going to let anyone toss him over.”

Dale McCoy: “Nothing and Faith both get up and get knocked down by a double clothesline from the Enforcer, Tommy Gunn! As Nothing gets back to his feet, Gunn kicks him in the gut before whipping him into the corner hard. Faith gets up and receives the same treatment to the opposite corner.”

Oliver Evans: “What does Tommy Gunn have in store for these two individuals?”

Dale McCoy: “Tommy Gunn charges towards Nothing and hits him with a corner clothesline before turning and charging across the ring to clothesline Faith! Gunn turns and runs back towards Nothing before connecting with a second clothesline before immediately going back and clotheslining Faith. Gunn turns around again and runs to Nothing before jumping and connecting with another clothesline. Gunn turns around and connects with a jumping clothesline on Faith too before pulling Faith out of the corner and slamming him to the mat with the body slam.”

Oliver Evans: “Tommy Gunn charges again at Nothing, but Nothing catches him with an elbow to the face! As Gunn stumbles back, Nothing goes for a clothesline, but Gunn manages to duck underneath and lift Tommy into the air before slamming him to the mat with the samoan drop!”

Dale McCoy: “John Vogel climbs onto the turnbuckle before leaping off and dropping an elbow to the heart of Vincent! John Vogel pulls Nothing up for Tommy Gunn who bounces off of the ropes and decks him with a running big boot!”

Oliver Evans: “That running big boot, when executed by Tommy Gunn, is one of the most devastating moves in that ring.”

Dale McCoy: “John Vogel and Tommy Gunn move over to Faith and twist his arms before whipping him back and into the turnbuckle. The two men grab Faith and whip him into the ropes. Gunn bounces off of the opposite set before nearly taking Faith’s head off with another running big boot!”

Oliver Evans: “It’s astonishing how quickly the dynamic of a match can change. Wait a second…Aldo, Alexander and Christian aren’t still laid out! The three men are playing possum!”

Dale McCoy: “How do you know? Tommy Gunn and John Vogel are pulling Faith up, it looks like they are going to try and eliminate him.”

Oliver Evans: “Those three looked at one another, I saw it!”

Dale McCoy: “Gunn and Vogel get Faith to the ropes, but Aldo, Alexander, and Christian suddenly spring to life, with all three men going after Gunn!”

Oliver Evans: “The surprise attack allows the three to stun Gunn! Vogel turns to help the enforcer, but William LaCroix grabs him from behind and spins him around before pulling him into a lariat!”

Dale McCoy: “Gunn and Vogel are stomped on by the other participants in the match as the clocks ticks down to zero. Who’s coming out next?”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number eleven, Aiden Hollows!”

The arena’s lights dim down as the song “Personal Jesus” by Marilyn Manson begins to play. A purple spotlight falls onto the ramp as Aiden Hollows steps out from the backstage. The light follows him as he walks to the ring, but Aiden stops on the floor and refuses to enter.

Oliver Evans: “It looks like Aiden drew number eleven, but he’s not entering the ring just yet. Good show, wait out there for as long as you like.”

Dale McCoy: “Or Aiden could enter the ring like he’s supposed to and we could continue the match.”

Oliver Evans: “Continue the match? The match is still going on! Alexander, Aldo, and Christian have been stomping the life out of Tommy Gunn while LaCroix has been doing the same to John Vogel.”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander and Aldo van Eyck pull Gunn to his feet and hold him while Christian Grenier climbs onto the top rope. Christian leaps, but Gunn elbows Ravensdale in the face before pulling Aldo into the way of a missile dropkick! Christian and Alexander charge at Gunn, but Gunn sidesteps them and they end up clotheslining each other!”

Oliver Evans: “That’s a miscommunication that neither one of them could afford if they wanted to eliminate Tommy Gunn.”

Dale McCoy: “Tommy Gunn walks over to LaCroix and cracks him on the back with a hard forearm before pulling him away from John Vogel and striking him with a hard punch that stuns him even further before connecting with a second and third. Gunn strikes LaCroix with a hard elbow before grabbing him and pulling him to a corner before slamming his face into the pads.”

Oliver Evans: “Gunn pushes LaCroix into the corner before hitting him with yet another punch before backing off. Gunn comes charging in at LaCroix for a clothesline and hits him with an audible smack.”

Dale McCoy: “Gunn starts to pull LaCroix out of the corner, but LaCroix suddenly catches him with a European uppercut! Gunn recoils before firing back with a punch, but LaCroix returns the favor with another European uppercut.”

Oliver Evans: “This is out of whack, LaCroix is shrugging off Gunn’s punches and Gunn is shrugging off LaCroix’s European uppercuts!”

Dale McCoy: “But LaCroix’s heavy uppercuts are slowly edging out Gunn’s punches. Gunn knees LaCroix in the gut and elbows him on the back of the neck to regain control! Gunn scoops LaCroix and drops him to the mat with a body slam before turning and running to the ropes. Gunn comes back and drops a big elbow onto LaCroix’s chest.”

Oliver Evans: “Gunn leaves LaCroix there and kicks Ravensdale’s chest, booting him right into the corner. Gunn grabs Christian Grenier and tosses him into Ravensdale before blocking a punch from Aldo and throwing him into the other two men.”

Dale McCoy: “With them all stacked up together, Gunn runs in and clotheslines the whole pile! Gunn backs off before charging back in and this time leaping in for an avalanche! The three men all stumble out of the corner and fall to the mat one after another!”

Oliver Evans: “I think that qualifies as a domino effect.”

Dale McCoy: “This distraction has allowed LaCroix to get back up though, and he meets Gunn with another jaw rattling European uppercut!”

Oliver Evans: “Tommy Gunn didn’t expect that one!”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix lifts Gunn into a gorilla press before throwing Gunn forward and catching him with a kick to the face as Gunn comes down!”

Oliver Evans: “Just how powerful is William LaCroix? He lifted Gunn up like he was nothing!”

Dale McCoy: “Johnny Faith runs into the ring and leaps into the air before catching LaCroix on the jaw with a high knee! LaCroix stumbles back and into the waiting arms of Vincent Nothing who locks William into a full nelson!”

Oliver Evans: “William realizes the situation he is in and tries to break free of the nelson, but Johnny Faith kicks him in the gut and begins hitting him with punch after punch, allowing Nothing to more easily keep LaCroix in the full nelson.”

Dale McCoy; “Faith hits LaCroix with another punch before turning and going after John Vogel. Johnny Faith connects with a hard elbow to the face of John Vogel before grabbing him and trying to slam his face into the turnbuckle, but Vogel manages to block the attempt before elbowing Faith in the gut.”

Oliver Evans: “Faith shouldn’t have assumed that John was still wiped out from earlier and should have done more damage to him.”

Dale McCoy: “Vogel hooks Faith up before suplexing him into the turnbuckle!”

Oliver Evans: “That looked positively nasty! There’s the reason why you always do more damage.”

Dale McCoy: “Vincent Nothing sees his partner get laid out and relaxes his grip on LaCroix as he considers going to help him. LaCroix takes full advantage of the weaker grip and breaks out of the full nelson before spinning and decking Nothing with the discus clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “What an idiot. If he would have kept worrying about himself, he wouldn’t have just gotten taken out.”

Dale McCoy: “John Vogel charges for William LaCroix, but LaCroix knocks him down with a large clothesline as the clock runs down to zero.”
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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twelve, Matthew Strong!”

Fireworks go off as “Fallback” by Spineshank begins to play. After a few moments, Matthew Strong runs down the ramp and towards the ring.

Oliver Evans: “And here comes Matthew Strong…or here he was coming.”

Dale McCoy: “Strong just strike Hollows on the back of the head with a hard elbow before throwing him into the crowd barricade! As Hollows bounces back, Strong spins him around and lifts him up before slamming him onto the ramp with the Alabama slam!”

Oliver Evans: “That was on steel, Dale! STEEL! That had to really hurt, Hollows might be eliminated without ever actually getting into the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Strong walks down to the ring and hops onto the ring apron, but Strong looks back to admire what he has done to Hollows, and that gives LaCroix enough time to bounce off of the opposite set of ropes before kicking Strong in the face and off of the apron with a running big boot!”

Oliver Evans: “Now Strong isn’t eliminated because he never entered the ring, but that boot and that fall probably really hurt.”

Dale McCoy: “As LaCroix turns around, he is met with duel dropkicks from Aldo van Eyck and Alexander Ravensdale that cause LaCroix to tumble backwards and over the ropes, but LaCroix manages to hang on and get on the apron!”

Oliver Evans: “For a big man, LaCroix is strong enough and agile enough to avoid elimination in most cases. He isn’t the typical strong man who isn’t able to catch his weight and prevent his own elimination.”

Dale McCoy: “As William LaCroix stands on the apron, van Eyck and Ravensdale try to punch him, but William blocks both of their punches before bouncing the two men’s heads off of one another, knocking them both down.”

Oliver Evans: “LaCroix goes to enter the ring, but Strong grabs his ankle from outside! Strong tries to yank William off of the apron, but LaCroix kicks him off before entering the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Christian Grenier comes running at LaCroix, but LaCroix catches his clothesline attempt before moving behind Christian and driving him into the mat with a half-nelson suplex! LaCroix turns around as Strong enters the ring and takes him out with a running European uppercut. LaCroix goes after Tommy Gunn, but Gunn kicks him in the gut before throwing him through the ropes and to the floor.”

Oliver Evans: “But LaCroix didn’t go over the top rope, so he isn’t eliminated. Gunn rolls underneath the ropes and out to the floor before grabbing LaCroix and bouncing his face off of our table!”

Dale McCoy: “Gunn sends LaCroix into the steel steps with an irish whip before sliding back into the ring, but he is meant with a kick to the temple from Vincent Nothing, who immediately goes to work with forearms and then stomps to the back.”

Oliver Evans: “It seems Christian and Aldo are brawling in the corner while Alexander is hooking John Vogel up for something…brainbuster!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander starts to pull John back up, but Faith hits him from behind before pulling Ravensdale to the mat with a Russian legsweep. Faith turns around and connects with a low dropkick to John Vogel before moving to help Nothing beat Tommy Gunn down.”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo gets the better of his brawl with Christian and manages to put him down with a DDT. Aldo van Eyck drops a knee onto Grenier’s face before pulling him up to the rope and trying to push him over, but Christian hangs on tight.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo connects with a surprise elbow to the jaw of Grenier before turning and walking into a clothesline from Matthew Strong. Strong rushes towards Grenier and connects with a clothesline that sends him over the ropes, but Christian manages to hand on and land onto the apron. Matthew connects with a few hard punches, trying to get Grenier to fall off the apron, but they aren’t enough.”

Oliver Evans: “Aiden Hollows slides in behind Strong and hits him to stop Strong from eliminating Grenier! Hollows hits Strong with elbows and punches until Strong is on the mat barely managing to cover up. Hollows has blown a gasket.”

Dale McCoy: “Hollows is so focused on getting revenge for the painful attack that Strong dealt to him just a bit ago that he doesn’t see Aldo come in from behind. Aldo grabs the angry Aiden Hollows and tosses him over the ropes! Aiden hits the floor hard, too surprised to prevent himself from going over as the time runs out on the clock.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Aiden Hollows has been eliminated! Introducing the individual who drew number thirteen, Boy Bakla!”

Cher's "Believe" start playing on the loud speakers as PINK lights start to flash above the entrance ramp. A light mist is released from the ground carrying the scent of lavender as the transsexual wrestler Boy Bakla leaps out from the back wearing a pink tank top and pink hot pants. It casually strolls down the entrance ramp blowing kisses to it's fans.

Oliver Evans: “Ugh, so the thirteenth competitor is going to be that crazy transvestite. At least thirteen is unlucky, so Bakla should be out of there quickly.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo turns to face Bakla as she steps into the ring, only to taste the palm of her hand as she slaps him! Before Aldo can react, Bakla leaps into the air and connects with a dropkick that knocks Aldo down. Bakla grabs Aldo and sends him to the mat with a suplex before bouncing off of the ropes and dropping a leg down onto Aldo. Bakla pulls Aldo up and tries to throw him over the top rope, but Aldo grabs the ropes and stops his forward momentum.”

Oliver Evans: “Christian Grenier charges towards the new entrant from behind, but Bakla somehow knows that he is coming and manages to move out of the way! Christian Grenier clotheslines Aldo van Eyck over the rope, but Aldo manages to hang on and pulls himself onto the apron.”

Dale McCoy: “Christian turns around and right into a kick to the gut from Bakla that doubles him over. Bakla wraps her arm around Christian’s head before running forward and driving his face into the mat with a bulldog! Bakla sees Strong trying to get up and grabs him before pulling him to the mat with a neckbreaker. Aldo van Eyck runs towards Bakla again, but Bakla trips him to the mat with a drop toe-hold before dropping an elbow onto the back of Eyck’s head.”

Oliver Evan: “What the hell is going on here? How is that worthless transvestite doing this good?”

Dale McCoy: “Faith in Nothing lock arms and go for a double clothesline on Bakla, but Bakla ducks underneath them both before bouncing off of the ropes and leaping into the air to take both men out with clotheslines of her own!”

Oliver Evans: “This match is bang out of order!”

Dale McCoy: “Another wonderful British quip from Oliver. Bakla grabs Faith from behind and drives him into the mat with the back suplex. As Bakla gets back up, Nothing kicks her in the gut before lifting her up for a suplex, but Bakla manages to land behind him before pulling Vincent Nothing down to the mat with the flashback.”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander Ravensdale tries to catch Bakla with a superkick as she gets up, but Bakla catches the kick before spinning Ravensdale around and getting behind him. Bakla locks Ravensdale into a full nelson before tripping him face-first into the mat.”

Dale McCoy: “Bakla connects with a shining wizard on John Vogel before kicking Tommy Gunn on the side of the head with the low dropkick. Bakla gets up and takes the time to blow her fallen opponents a kiss, but this gives Christian Grenier enough time to come behind Bakla and hook her into a cobra clutch before tripping her face-first into the mat with the Au Revoir!”

Oliver Evans: “Hahahaha! It looks like Bakla’s luck has come to an end! Christian Grenier laughs at Bakla’s misfortune before rolling her over and putting a boot onto her chest as he poses.”

Dale McCoy: “How disrespectful. Grenier pulls Bakla over to the ropes before lifting her and trying to get her over the rope, but Bakla grabs a hold and struggles against Grenier’s attempt.”

Oliver Evans: “That dumbass. He wasted so much time that Bakla managed to recover.”

Dale McCoy: “Grenier manages to dump Bakla over the rope and onto the apron. Grenier puts a boot onto Bakla’s chest and uses all of his weight and strength to try and force Bakla off of the apron, but Bakla is entwined around the bottom rope.”

Oliver Evans: “Grenier gives up on trying to eliminate Bakla, but as he turns around, Ravensdale connects with a superkick that sends Grenier tumbling over the top rope!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Christian Grenier has been eliminated!”

Dale McCoy: “Before Ravensdale can even think about going after Bakla, he is decked by a clothesline from Nothing! Nothing continues running and rams Bakla off of the apron and to the floor!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Boy Bakla has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Hurray! Good bye, Bakla! Vincent Nothing begins stomping on Alexander as the clock ticks down.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number fourteen, Jean-Pierre Renoir!”

Noir Désir's "Le Vent Nous Portera" blares over the speakers as Jean-Pierre Renoir walks out onto the entrance ramp. Holding his fist high into the air, Jean-Pierre walks down to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Vincent Nothing waits for Renoir to get into the ring, but Renoir takes his jolly old time, allowing Gunn to hit Nothing on the back of the head with a forearm. The two men begin to exchange as a now eager Renoir jumps onto the apron before jumping onto the top rope and using it as a springboard for a diving elbow to the face of an oncoming Johnny Faith.”

Oliver Evans: “With Faith down, Renoir moves over to Matthew Strong and tries to hook him up for a suplex, but Matthew Strong blocks it before breaking free of Renoir’s grip and raking the eyes. With Renoir blinded temporarily, Strong turns and runs at Gunn before leaping into the air and elbowing him on the side of the head to give the advantage to Nothing. It looks like the three members of Treachery will be facing off against the three members of Relentless.”

Dale McCoy: “Nothing and Strong begin to beat down Gunn, but Renoir comes flying in with a dropkick to Nothing’s head that knocks the big man down! Strong goes for the clothesline, but Renoir catches the arm before grabbing the other one and pulling Strong up onto his back with the Gory Special!”

Oliver Evans: “Wow! Renoir is able to hook that kind of submission up that early in his arrival into this match?”

Dale McCoy: “But Faith kicks Renoir in the gut, causing Renoir to break the submission attempt. Faith clubs Renoir on the back with a few forearms as John Vogel tries to intervene but gets tackled by Strong. Faith whips Renoir to the ropes, but Renoir comes back with a kick to the face to avoid a back body drop. Spinning wheel kick from Renoir!”

Oliver Evans: “As Faith gets back up, Renoir immediately snaps him back to the mat with a hurricanrana before knocking Vincent Nothing back to the mat with another dropkick.”

Dale McCoy: “Strong lifts John onto his shoulders, preparing to go for his finisher, but Renoir blasts him with a superkick! Vogel slides down his back before hooking Strong up and driving him into the mat with the Coronation! Renoir and Vogel look to want to eliminate Strong, but Faith in Nothing rush in to put an early end to that.”

Oliver Evans: “Faith drives John Vogel into the corner as Nothing tosses Renoir into another one. Faith in Nothing wail on the two men with punches before looking over to one another. Johnny Faith grabs Vogel while Nothing grabs Renoir, and the two men position themselves across from each other before trying to irish whip Renoir and Vogel into one another.”

Dale McCoy: “But John Vogel and Jean-Pierre Renoir counter and instead send Nothing and Faith into one another! The two clonked heads! With Faith in Nothing out of the way, Vogel and Renoir are left free to try and eliminate Matthew Strong. The two men grab Strong and force him over the ropes, but Strong hangs on and doesn’t hit the floor!”

Oliver Evans: “The two men go to work prying Strong’s fingers from the ropes as the clock stops at zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number fifteen, Titan!”

Fireworks go off as “Fallback” by Spineshank begins to play.

Dale McCoy: “Titan rushes down to the ring and slides in behind Vogel and Renoir. Wasting no time, Titan clubs Vogel on the back before decking Renoir with a clothesline to save Strong from elimination! Strong slides in underneath the ropes as Titan goes to work with stomps on Vogel.”

Oliver Evans: “The entire Relentless stable is in that ring right now. If they play this right, they could eliminate every other person in there and then continue to dominate in a four vs. one setting.”

Dale McCoy: “Strong goes to help Titan, but Tommy Gunn destroys him with a running big boot! Titan turns to face Gunn and the two begin to exchange hands. The two men beat one another’s face with fist after fist, but Gunn slowly starts to get the advantage with a few unanswered shots. Gunn kicks Titan in the gut to double him over before pulling him in for a suplex, but Titan blocks it!”

Oliver Evans: “That Titan is a lot of muscle packed into a small frame. Gunn will need to weaken him some more before that will work.”

Dale McCoy: “Gunn tries to lift Titan again, but this time, Titan powers Gunn into the air! Titan holds Tommy Gunn high into the air for a few seconds before swinging Gunn down and slamming him to the mat while dropping to a seated position with the Fall from Grace!”

Oliver Evans: “Titan overpowered the biggest man in that ring who isn’t apart of Treachery! This isn’t looking good for the other people involved with this match.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan pulls Gunn up and dumps him over the ropes for the elimination!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Tommy Gunn has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “And Titan shows everyone that he means business by eliminating Tommy Gunn!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan turns around and into a front dropkick from Renoir that almost causes Titan to tumble over the ropes, but Titan’s condensed build prevents him from going over the rope. Renoir rushes towards Titan, but Titan back body drops Renoir over the ropes! But Renoir hung on!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir kicks Titan on the back of the head, causing Titan to stumble forward. Renoir hops onto the rope and leaps at Titan, looking for a flying forearm, but Titan catches him before driving him into the mat with a powerful STO.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan lifts Renoir up and into a delayed vertical suplex before swinging Renoir down and slamming him to the mat while dropping to a seated position. There’s the Fall from Grace again! Titan tosses the defenseless Renoir over the ropes and down to the floor.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Jean-Pierre Renoir has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “And Titan eliminates a second member of Treachery within a minute of the first.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan pulls John Vogel up before taking him to the mat with a belly to belly slam. Vincent Nothing comes running in before jumping and landing on Vogel with an elbow. As Nothing moves out of the way, Faith lands on Vogel with a senton!”

Oliver Evans: “Strong is the only man in Relentless who is still laid out, but the members of Relentless aren’t aware of Ravensdale and Eyck.”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale kicks Nothing in the gut before driving him into the mat with a DDT. As Faith turns around, Eyck charges at him and leaps into the air before knocking Faith down with an elbow. Faith scrambles back to his feet only to be sent flying by a Ravensdale hurricanrana. Before Faith hits the ground, Eyck connects with a low dropkick to the head!”

Oliver Evans: “That was an interesting double team maneuver, I think Faith may be knocked out.”

Dale McCoy: “As Eyck gets back up, Titan grabs him around the throat. Ravensdale rushes over, but Titan grabs him by the throat as well. Could we be seeing a double chokeslam? I guess we’ll never know because Aldo and Alexander just kicked Titan in the gut. The two men hook him up for an attempted double team suplex, but Titan instead lifts both men into the air and puts them on the mat with a double suplex!”

Oliver Evans: “What power from Titan! He just keeps showing us more and more. Titan brings Ravensdale up and tosses him with a single underhook suplex as the clock ticks down to zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number sixteen, Kazu Nagai!”

"Kokoro Kayowasete" by the Homesicks begins to play as Kazu Nagai walks down to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Titan quickly slams Aldo to the mat with a body slam before waiting for Kazu Nagai to enter the ring. When Kazu does so, Titan rushes forward and the two men begin exchanging blows! While the two men are rocking each other with huge blows, John Vogel recovers enough to jump and catch Titan on the back of the neck with an elbow that allows Kazu to land several unanswered blows.”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu grabs the back of Titan’s head before running him to the corner an slamming his face against the turnbuckle padding. Kazu forces Titan to face him before slapping Titan across the face and connecting with another heavy punch.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu suddenly sidesteps out of the way as John Vogel jumps in and hits Titan on the jaw with a forearm. John strikes Titan with a few more forearms before moving out of the way as Kazu comes in hard with a clothesline to Titan. Kazu begins teeing off on Titan with more punches before again moving out of the way as John Vogel jumps and connects with an elbow to Titan’s face. John Vogel gets down and acts as a footstool for Kazu Nagai to step upon for a jumping body slash to the corner, but Nothing grabs Titan and pulls him out of the corner just in time!”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu’s face just bounced off of the steel post! Vincent Nothing plows John Vogel over with a shoulder tackle as Matthew Strong grabs Kazu and pulls him to the mat with a neckbreaker!”

Dale McCoy: “Matthew Strong puts Kazu’s throat on the middle rope before climbing onto his back and using all of his body weight to push Kazu’s throat into the rope, choking the fight right out of Kazu Nagai! Vincent Nothing meanwhile whips John towards Titan, who puts all of his body weight behind a clothesline that nearly takes Vogel’s head right off!”

Oliver Evans: “Here’s the teamwork of Relentless. Now if they can just start throwing some people out, they’ll increase their chances of winning dramatically.”

Dale McCoy: “Matthew Strong hops off of Kazu’s back as Titan whips John Vogel back to Nothing, who slams John into the mat with a powerslam! Matthew Strong drives Kazu into the corner before grabbing the ropes and using them to connect with a kick to Kazu’s face. Titan comes over and he and Strong begin kicking Kazu into the corner.”

Oliver Evans: “Vincent Nothing lifts John Vogel up horizontally as Faith bounces off of the ropes. Faith comes back and drills Vogel with a clothesline as Nothing falls forward, slamming Vogel into the mat. Nice moves from Faith in Nothing.”

Dale McCoy: “As the Relentless stable comes together in the middle of the ring to celebrate what they have done, William LaCroix decides to take this opportunity to finally reenter the ring. LaCroix runs towards Titan before leveling him with the bicycle kick known as the Riot Run! LaCroix knocks both Faith and Strong down with a double clothesline before ducking down and lifting Nothing onto his shoulders before putting him into the mat with the death valley driver!”

Oliver Evans: “William was smart to pick his spot; he managed to just drop the biggest threat in there while catching all of Relentless by surprise.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix grabs Strong and Faith as they try to get up before bouncing their skulls off of one another. As the two men stumble back, LaCroix knocks Faith to the mat with a big boot before kicking Strong in the gut. LaCroix lifts Strong into a torture rack before running forward and falling back, slamming Strong into the mat!”

Oliver Evans: “That was a bit of unique offense from William LaCroix. LaCroix grabs Johnny Faith, but Faith connects with a few punches to the face before trying to take LaCroix to the ropes, but LaCroix easily puts a stop to that.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix puts on the breaks before elbowing Faith hard in the stomach. William LaCroix grabs Johnny Faith by the arm and whips him into the ropes before connecting with a Riot Run that sends Johnny Faith tumbling over the ropes and down to the floor.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Johnny Faith has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “That’s a big elimination! Relentless was in the ring with full force before this, and now the chances of one of their members winning is severely lessened.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck comes in behind William LaCroix and tosses him over the rope before LaCroix can even become aware of his presence! But LaCroix manages to hang on and land on the apron! Aldo van Eyck tries to force LaCroix off of the apron, but William uses his strength to not only hang on but also to push Eyck away.”

Oliver Evans: “Eyck tries to connect with a dropkick to LaCroix who just gets to his feet, but LaCroix easily blocks it before climbing back into the ring. Aldo connects with a few punches to LaCroix, but LaCroix puts a stop to that with a big headbutt.”

Dale McCoy: “Why is LaCroix fighting Eyck when there are so many members of Relentless still inside of the ring? These two should be working together to get rid of the larger threat. LaCroix pulls Eyck into a short-arm clothesline before pulling Eyck into the air and slamming him into the mat with a sidewalk slam.”

Oliver Evans: “LaCroix grabs Eyck and drags him over to the ropes, but Alexander Ravensdale jumps onto LaCroix’s back and locks on a sleeper hold while wrapping his legs around the Swiss wrestler’s midsection!”

Dale McCoy: “As Ravensdale tries to wear LaCroix down, John Vogel begins stomping on Vincent Nothing. LaCroix walks closer to the ropes as Ravensdale continues to try and cut off the blood circulation to the brain. William grabs Ravensdale and pulls him over his head and over the ropes, but Ravensdale shifts his grip and hangs off of LaCroix’s head! Ravensdale slowly pulls LaCroix over the ropes, but this gives him enough time to get his feet onto the apron.”

Oliver Evans: “Ravensdale quickly gets back into the ring before trying to knock William off of the apron with a punch, but William LaCroix blocks it before connecting with a hard punch that knocks Ravensdale to the mat.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix reenters the ring before going after Ravensdale, but Alexander connects with a low dropkick to the injured leg, taking it out from underneath William! With William down, Alexander bounces off of the ropes before connecting with one hell of a shining wizard as the clock strikes zero!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number seventeen, Ray Kamaura!”

"Sound Of Madness" by Shinedown starts to play as Ray Kamaura begins striding towards the ring.

Oliver Evans: “And it looks like the sad man has entered this match! Ray Kamaura has had a horrible career so far here in Full Throttle Wrestling, and it’ll be interesting to see what he does here in this match.”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale motions for Ray to help him eliminate William LaCroix, but Ray Kamaura instead grabs Ravensdale by the throat and lifts him into the air before slamming him into the mat with the Game Changer!”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander should know not to trust anyone in a match like this.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck climbs onto the turnbuckle before jumping off and at Ray for a double axe handle, but Ray catches him by the throat before lifting him and slamming him to the mat with another Game Changer!”

Oliver Evans: “That’s probably why Aldo van Eyck doesn’t go for many high-risk maneuvers.”

Dale McCoy: “John Vogel comes charging at Ray Kamaura, but Kamaura grabs him by the throat. Kamaura lifts John for the Game Changer, but Kazu Nagai makes the save with a hard elbow to the back of Kamaura’s head that allows John to land on his feet. The two men begin to beat Kamaura into the mat. Kamaura tries to fight back, but the numbers game is too much for him to overcome.”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu pulls Kamaura into a double underhook before taking him over with a suplex. Kazu quickly gets back up before dropping a knee onto Kamaura’s face. As John Vogel turns around and gets knocked onto his ass by a Titan shoulder block.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu pulls Kamaura to his feet before tossing him with an exploder suplex as Titan lifts John Vogel onto a shoulder and slams him into the mat. Kazu realizes what is happening and goes to intervene, but Matthew Strong and Vincent Nothing attack Kazu from behind and begin to beat him into the mat with stomps and forearms!”

Oliver Evans: “Titan pulls John Vogel into the air before slamming him down onto a knee with the backbreaker. Titan grabs John and pulls him over to the ropes, looking to eliminate him.”

Dale McCoy: “But Kazu, seeing that a fellow member of Treachery is about to be eliminated, forces his way through the onslaught from Nothing and Strong before attacking Titan from behind, saving John Vogel from elimination. Titan, Nothing, and Strong quickly put an end to Kazu’s attempts as the men beat him down again.”

Oliver Evans: “Titan and Nothing grab Kazu and lift him into the air before slamming him to the mat with the double uranage!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan pulls Kazu up and holds him as Nothing bounces of off the ropes. Nothing comes back and kicks Kazu in the face with a big boot! John Vogel gets to his feet and turns Strong around before hitting him with a few punches, but Titan puts an end to that with a heavy double axe handle to the back. Titan lifts John Vogel into the air with the stalling vertical suplex before tossing him forward and slamming him to the mat with the Fall from Grace! Titan pulls John over to the ropes before disposing of him over the ropes.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, John Vogel has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Now what this really does is lower Kazu Nagai’s chances of surviving, because now there is no ally remaining for Kazu Nagai to rely on.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan grabs Kazu Nagai and throws him chest first into the turnbuckle. As Nagai bounces out, Vincent Nothing pulls him into a full nelson. Matthew Strong jumps onto the rope and uses it as a springboard for a violent knee right to Kazu’s face!”

Oliver Evans: “If I was Vincent Nothing, I would release Kazu from the full nelson and go for the elimination here.”

Dale McCoy: “William LaCroix spins Matthew Strong around before lifting Strong off of the ground with a hellish European uppercut! As Titan turns to face LaCroix, he gets met with a few stiff European uppercuts before LaCroix bounces off of the ropes. LaCroix comes back and looks for the Riot Run, but this time Titan manages to dodge it before grabbing LaCroix and kneeing him in the ribs.”

Oliver Evans: “Titan lifts LaCroix and puts him on the mat with a gutwrench suplex. But Titan’s not done just yet. Titan pulls LaCroix onto a shoulder before slamming the Swiss Superstar into the mat.”

Dale McCoy: “Ray Kamaura has recovered enough to go on the attack as he drives Titan back and into the ropes with a series of punches. Kamaura steps back a few steps before running towards Titan and looking for the clothesline to eliminate him, but Titan ducks down and back body drops Kamaura over the ropes…what the hell!? The mysterious members of the DWMA caught Kamaura! They’re putting him onto the ring apron! When did they even get down here?”

Oliver Evans: “Who knows. Kamaura punches Titan and tries to reenter the ring, but Titan stops him from doing so before hitting Kamaura with a few big punches that leave Kamaura teetering on the apron…but the mysterious DWMA members help Kamaura regain his balance and stay on the apron!”

Dale McCoy: “Ray Kamaura manages to fight Titan off with more punches, but before he can reenter the ring, Matthew Strong comes running in with a dropkick that sends Kamaura off of the apron and into the waiting arms of the DWMA, who prevent his feet from touching the floor and thus prevent his elimination.”

Oliver Evans: “Matthew Strong shouts obscenities at the DWMA as the timer once again comes to zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number eighteen, Michael Jones!”

Alkaline Trio's "Fall Victim" plays as Michael Jones walks to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “It looks like the young man from Independence, Ohio will be the next man in this match. Michael Jones hops onto the apron before jumping onto the turnbuckle. As Titan begins to charge towards him, Jones leaps and connects with a knee to Titan’s face! He just took out Titan with the Screaming Soul!”

Oliver Evans: “Michael Jones ducks underneath a clothesline attempt from Matthew Strong before diving into him with the spear! Vincent Nothing finally gives up on the full nelson and tosses Kazu to the mat before running towards Michael, but Michael grabs Nothing’s head and leaps onto the mat, pulling Nothing face into his knees with the Paroxysm!”

Dale McCoy: “Michael Jones stops to showboat about what it is that he just did, but Ray Kamaura kicks him in the gut before tossing him over the ropes, but Michael Jones lands on the apron. One of the DWMA members outside of the ring grabs Michael’s leg and tries to pull him off of the apron, but Jones kicks him off before hopping onto the top rope and using it as a springboard for a blockbuster on Kamaura!”

Oliver Evans: “Michael Jones gets up and bounces off of the ropes as Kamaura works his way back to his feet. Jones leaps at Kamaura for a running crossbody, but Kamaura catches him. It looks like Kamaura wants to go for a fallaway slam, but he’s not going to get that chance as Michael fights out of the position with elbows to the side of the head.”

Dale McCoy: “As Jones gets down, he doubles Kamaura over with a kick to the gut before driving him into the mat with a DDT. Kamaura attempts to get back up, but a jumping legdrop to the back of his head prevents that from happening.”

Oliver Evans: “Isn’t that called an Arabian legdrop, or is that only applied to a springboard legdrop to the back of the head?”

Dale McCoy: “I honestly don’t know the answer to that one, Oliver. Regardless, Michael Jones drives Kamaura into the corner and begins to work him over with punches and kicks while William LaCroix goes after Aldo van Eyck. LaCroix pulls Eyck up and holds him by the throat, but Aldo kicks LaCroix on the knee, causing LaCroix’s leg to give out. Eyck leaps and dropkicks LaCroix’s face before grabbing the leg and kicking it a few times.”

Oliver Evans: “Eyck turns LaCroix over and locks him into a modified Texas Cloverleaf. Eyck cranks up the pressure as Alexander Ravensdale comes over and traps one of LaCroix’s arms before applying the crossface to him. The two have LaCroix caught in a double submission!”

Dale McCoy: “This is a very bad position for LaCroix as these two aren’t going to give up their submissions until they think he’s been sufficiently weakened. As the two men continue to apply the pressure for their submission holds, Kamaura starts to fight out of the corner that Jones has had him trapped in. Kamaura connects with many heavy punches before grabbing Jones by the arm and whipping him into the corner. Kamaura runs in and connects with a hard clothesline to Jones.”

Oliver Evans: “But Kamaura isn’t done just yet. As Jones stumbles out, Kamaura lifts him onto his shoulder and slams him to the mat with the samoan drop. Kamaura gets back up before dropping an elbow down onto Michael.”

Dale McCoy: “Kamaura sees Kazu Nagai attempting to get back up and moves to kick him in the face, but Kazu Nagai catches the leg before punching Kamaura underneath the knee. Kazu turns and stands, holding Kamaura’s knee onto his shoulder before dropping down, pulling the leg down onto his shoulder abruptly and physically.”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu Nagai just about broke Kamaura’s leg with that one! I guess that will teach Kamaura not to fuck with Kazu.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu leans into the ropes to catch his breath as Alexander and Aldo continue to hurt William LaCroix with their submission holds. LaCroix has tried everything; he’s tried to force the two men off of him, but their combined weights were too much. He’s tried to squirm out of the holds, but Aldo and Alexander have them applied too tightly. He’s tried to hit the two men with punches and elbows from his free arm, but the two simply shifted their positions to avoid it. LaCroix yells out in pain…and he’s tapping out!”

Oliver Evans: “Wow! I didn’t think we’d be seeing LaCroix tap out here tonight! Too bad it doesn’t mean a damn thing, and it’s too bad that neither Alexander nor Aldo will be letting go.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai grabs Titan and tries to suplex him, but Titan resists before lifting Kazu into the air and slamming him onto the mat with the gourdbuster. As Kazu recoils from the impact, Titan destroys him with a violent big boot! Michael Jones runs at Titan, but Titan catches him and slams him onto a knee with the tilt-a-whirl backbreaker!”

Oliver Evans: “Titan charges towards Alexander and Aldo, but Alexander releases his hold on LaCroix and gets out of the way, leaving Aldo to get flattened by a clothesline to the back of the head!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander looks for a forearm shot, but Titan kicks him in the gut before lifting Ravensdale up and throwing him into the turnbuckle pad with the Snake Eyes! As Ravensdale stumbles back, Titan uses the ropes for momentum before knocking Ravensdale to the mat with a big clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “Titan, the difference maker, has once again put Relentless in the driver’s seat. Titan begins to taunt as the clock strikes zero. Who’s it going to be?”
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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number nineteen, Ethan O’Reilly!”

"Living in Dog Years" by Neurotica begins playing throughout the arena as Ethan O'Reilly steps out onto the ramp and begins running to the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan O’Reilly slides under the ropes and immediately gets stomped on by Titan. Despite being stomped on, Ethan O’Reilly manages to get to his feet and begins to fight back with punches, but Titan returns fire as the two men brawl!”

Oliver Evans: “Titan starts to get the better of it and begins to push Ethan back and into the turnbuckle. Titan hits Ethan with a few more punches before turning and walking to the other side of the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan comes running towards Ethan, but Ethan charges out of the corner and dives into Titan’s stomach with the spear! Ethan quickly pulls Titan onto his shoulders before twisting and slamming Titan to the mat with a reverse thrown Death Valley Driver known as the Excidio! Ethan O’Reilly tosses Titan over the ropes and down to the floor!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Titan has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Ethan O’Reilly’s already eliminated Titan? Holy crap!”

Dale McCoy: “O’Reilly turns around as Vincent Nothing comes charging in…and elevates him up and over the ropes with the back body drop! Nothing lands on Titan and is eliminated!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Vincent Nothing has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “And there goes another member of Relentless! Ethan O’Reilly is thinning the field of some major players!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan O’Reilly yells at the downed Relentless members, telling them that’s how you do it, but while he’s distracted, Matthew Strong comes in behind him and sends him tumbling over the tope rope with a dropkick to the back! Ethan manages to hang on to the ropes and pulls himself back onto the apron before fighting Matthew Strong off with a few punches.”

Oliver Evans: “Hold on, Dale. I’ll be right back.”

Dale McCoy: “Oliver, where are you going? Before Ethan can reenter the ring, my broadcast partner hits him in-between the legs with a low blow! Ethan’s hands release the rope and immediately go to his injured groin. Oliver Evans grabs one of Ethan’s legs and pulls it out from under him, causing Ethan to fall to the floor.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Ethan O’Reilly has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Ethan O’Reilly was a house of fire there for a bit, but despite his two eliminations, he may have been in the ring for the least amount of time here tonight.”

Dale McCoy: “What the hell is wrong with you? If you want to be a wrestler, go talk to Adam Vogel, otherwise stay in your damn seat and stop messing with the wrestlers who are trying to put on a show for these people. You are not a star, Oliver, you are only being a Vince Russo by jumping in there.”

Oliver Evans: “Here’s an idea you old moron, why don’t you…oh shit!”

Oliver Evans barely dodges a chair that Ethan O’Reilly has thrown at him before scrambling past the ring and up the ramp with Ethan O’Reilly in hot pursuit.

Dale McCoy: “Well, it looks like I am on my own here tonight now that Ethan is trying to kill my broadcast partner. Matthew Strong begins hammering on Michael Jones, unaware that Ray Kamaura is bouncing off of the ropes behind him. Kamaura takes Strong out with a running big boot to the back of the head! Kamaura gets to posing as…hang on; it looks like I am going to be joined here at commentary by Adam Vogel.”

The owner of Full Throttle Wrestling, Adam Vogel, sits down beside Dale McCoy and shakes Dale’s hand before putting a headset on.

Adam Vogel: “How are you doing, Dale? I saw that you were out here by yourself because of Oliver Evans disappearing, and figured that I should come out here and lend you a hand.”

Dale McCoy: “It’s great to have you out here with me, Adam. This is a hell of a match, and I don’t think that I can cover all of the action on my own. Speaking of action, Ray Kamaura just dropped Michael Jones right on his head with an emerald fusion!”

Adam Vogel: “Now there’s a move that you don’t very often. It’s impressive that Ray Kamaura not only knows of that move, but can also execute it so well. He did work in Japan for a time though, so I guess I should give the kid more credit.”

Dale McCoy: “Kamaura looks over here at Adam Vogel and says that that’s what he brings to the table. It looks like Kamaura might be trying to get your attention, Mr. Vogel.”

Adam Vogel: “If he wants my attention, all he has to do is come out here and wrestle. That’s how everyone can get my attention, I don’t play favorites, and I am always watching to see who is showing me something. Some guys in this company complain about not getting title shots, but really, all they have to do is come out to this ring and impress me.”

Dale McCoy: “And that looks to be what Ray Kamaura wants to do here tonight. Kamaura kicks Ravensdale in the gut causing Ravensdale to double over. Kamaura puts his right shoulder to the back of Ravensdale’s neck, grabs the back of his legs and lifts Ravensdale up. It looks like Kamaura is looking for the End Game here, but he poses for too long! Ravensdale manages to get loose and land behind Kamaura!”

Adam Vogel: “And as Kamaura turns around, Ravensdale catches him on the jaw with the signature superkick! You know, I use that move too, and it’s actually won me quite a few contests. For some reason, it is also always a very popular move with the fans. I wonder why they like seeing it so much.”

Dale McCoy: “I have no idea, but Ravensdale is now going after Kazu Nagai. Ravensdale hits Kazu with a few punches, but Kazu ignores them and stands right up. Ravensdale continues to hit Kazu Nagai with punch after punch, but Kazu look unfettered by the blows!”

Adam Vogel: “Kazu Nagai is a freak, you had better rattle the guy’s cage with whatever you are hitting him with, or else he’s just going to come on coming.”

Dale McCoy: “And that’s exactly what Alexander looks to do with an enzuigiri to Kazu! Kazu stumbles a few steps as Ravensdale runs and bounces off of the ropes, but as Ravensdale comes back, Kazu Nagai charges forward and flips him head over heels with a strong running knee to the gut!”

Adam Vogel: “I once performed that move on a man in Mexico, and he started puking all over the ring. That move compresses the stomach and is generally not a very nice move.”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale tries to get up while holding his stomach, but Kazu Nagai pulls him into the air with a delayed suplex. Kazu holds him there for a few seconds before bringing Ravensdale to the mat with authority with that jackhammer!”

Adam Vogel: “Ravensdale should have been more prepared for that, he is our first and only reigning triple crown champion. Kazu stands over Ravensdale and rains down a few punches onto the Canadian Champion. Aldo van Eyck runs over looking for a clothesline, but Kazu Nagai sees him at the last moment and moves to block it, but the two men clonk heads! I think they just knocked each other out!”

Dale McCoy: “They certainly did, Mr. Vogel. Well, now that everyone has been laid out, may I ask you why you made Alexander Ravensdale defend his newly won FTW World Heavyweight Championship in this kind of match? The chances of him winning, especially because you made him come out here first, are incredibly low.”

Adam Vogel: “Well, it’s simple why I put Alexander in the position I did. It’s nothing against Alexander, but I want Full Throttle Wrestling to have the best matches around, and this is one of the best matches that I have seen so far in Full Throttle Wrestling, which means my mission was accomplished. Sure, Alexander is going to suffer because of that, but if he does win, he’ll have done things for this company that no man has ever done before.”

Dale McCoy: “Full Throttle Wrestling is all about competition, and I think what you’ve just said exemplifies that. But are you sure that you aren’t trying to disprove your critics who say that you are showing bias and favoritism by putting one of the men who has benefited under your company into a tough situation?”

Adam Vogel: “Absolutely not. Everyone but Alexander had a fair draw into this match, but Alexander’s position wouldn’t have changed had someone else won the Invitational. If say, my own son would have won the Invitational, he would have found himself starting this royal rumble off and would have probably been eliminated long ago.”

Dale McCoy: “Would you say that you were happy to have Alexander Ravensdale win the FTW World Heavyweight Championship? Or would you have preferred someone else winning the title to prevent the allegations that you are giving Alexander too many title shots since he now hold all of our active championships.”

Adam Vogel: “I am sincerely glad that Alexander was the one to win the FTW World Heavyweight Championship because Alexander is legitimately one of the best wrestlers in this business. Entire franchises have been built off of and around Alexander Ravensdale, because he’s just that good! Not only that, but Alexander has a respect for anyone who doesn’t try and mess with his career, so as long as you don’t cross him, you can be assured that he won’t do anything stupid with your championship. Alexander winning the championship is, on all levels, a good deal, and if people are upset about it then all I can say is beat him for the title.”

Dale McCoy: “It looks like the clock is about to tick down to zero, so this impromptu interview is going to have to be over. Thanks for answering those questions, Adam. It’ll be interesting to see if someone who you have so much confidence in can survive a strenuous match like this for much longer.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty, 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.

Adam Vogel: “Here’s Paredyse’s chance to put something in Colton’s face. If Paredyse can manage to win here tonight, then he’ll become the new FTW World Heavyweight Championship and that’s something that Colton won’t have.”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse grabs Michael Jones and brings him to a corner before bouncing his head off of the turnbuckle pads not once, twice, or even three or four time. Paredyse keep going until he gets to seven, before slamming Jones’ head once more especially hard into the turnbuckle, knocking Jones to the mat. Paredyse turns and get chopped in the chest by Matthew Strong.”

Adam Vogel: “Matthew Strong hits him with another Ric Flair like chop before whipping Paredyse into the ropes, but Paredyse doesn’t bounce off of them and instead stops himself. Matthew Strong charges towards him, but Paredyse pulls down the ropes and Matthew Strong tumbles over!”

Dale McCoy: “But Strong hangs on and gets on the apron. Paredyse turns and goes for a forearm, but Strong grabs Paredyse’s head and falls onto the apron, snapping Paredyse’s throat on the rope! Strong climbs back into the ring and kicks Paredyse in the face before lifting Paredyse for a suplex, but Paredyse lands behind him and pulls him to the mat with the neckbreaker!”

Adam Vogel: “Paredyse pulls Strong up before pulling him by the arm into a flashback! Paredyse quickly hops onto the top turnbuckle before leaping off and coming down ass first onto Strong!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai throws Aldo van Eyck with a pumphandle suplex before charging Paredyse, but Paredyse leaps into the air and hits Kazu in the face with his hip, knocking Kazu down. Kazu Nagai quickly gets back up and walks into a dropsault from Paredyse! Paredyse pulls Kazu back up before powering him into the mat with the STO. Paredyse leaps onto Kazu Nagai with a standing moonsault!”

Adam Vogel: “Colton doesn’t know how lucky he actually is to have defeated Paredyse. This is the guy who had the record for holding the MAW Television championship the most times. This is the guy who would have actually defeated Alexander Ravensdale in our “We did it for the hits” event had it not been for Antonio Del Veccio. Paredyse is an extremely talented young man, Colton would do well to make use of Paredyse while I allow his little stipulation to stand.”

Dale McCoy: “Ray Kamaura comes charging over to Paredyse, but Paredyse catches him and powers him into the mat with the STO as well. Paredyse turns and goes over to William LaCroix who he begins stomping on, but William LaCroix doesn’t look to be in the mood and pushes Paredyse back. Paredyse comes back over to stomp on him again, but LaCroix jacks Paredyse with a heavy European uppercut.”

Adam Vogel: “Our first FTW World Heavyweight Champion is no joke, so it wouldn’t be advised for Paredyse to take him too lightly just because LaCroix is hurt.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix hits Paredyse with another uppercut, but as he goes for a third, Paredyse drops down and trips LaCroix into the mat. Paredyse rolls over his back and puts LaCroix into a headlock, squeezing on the head, but LaCroix is quick to get to his feet, lifting Paredyse into the air before slamming him into the mat.”

Adam Vogel: “LaCroix looks agitated and annoyed by Paredyse’s attack while he was trying to recover, but it seems his leg is in pain again. LaCroix sits where he is and massages his leg as he tries to coax another 27 minutes out of it while the clock once again strikes zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty one, Eric Vogel!”

Devour" by Shinedown blasts through the speakers as Eric Vogel runs to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Eric Vogel slides into the ring and attacks Ray Kamaura with punches as Ray tries to get to his feet. After taking a couple of punches, Ray Kamaura suddenly grabs Eric by the throat and lifts him into the air before throwing him over the ropes and to the floor with a Game Changer!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Eric Vogel has been eliminated!”

Adam Vogel: “I’m sorry, but you’ll have to excuse me. I have to go check on my son.”

The owner of FTW rips his headset off before running over to where his son landed and begins to check on him while the EMTs come out.

Dale McCoy: “Ladies and Gentlemen, it looks like Eric Vogel may have landed badly and has taken an injury. The EMTs and Adam Vogel are putting an unresponsive Eric onto a stretcher and taking him backstage for further care. Ray Kamaura meanwhile has been pelting Aldo van Eyck with punches and is now trying to eliminate him, but Aldo is hanging on tight.”

Oliver Evans suddenly slides into the seat beside Dale McCoy and puts back on his headset.

Oliver Evans: “I think I lost the bloke. Alexander comes in behind Ray Kamaura and dumps him over the ropes, but Ray manages to land on the apron before catching Ravensdale on the jaw with a hard elbow. Ravensdale stumbles back a step before jumping and kicking Ray Kamaura on the head, knocking him off of the apron!”

Dale McCoy: “And into the arms of the DWMA! Alexander Ravensdale looks pissed and is demanding that the referees eliminate Ray Kamaura, but to no avail. Michael Jones, in the meantime, has recovered and comes charging at Alexander, but Alexander turns at the last moment and sends Michael Jones over the top rope and down onto the DWMA with a hiptoss! Jones takes them all out!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Ray Kamaura and Michael Jones have been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Two for the price of one is what Alexander gets right there! Ravensdale looks pleased with this development before turning his attention to Matthew Strong, who Ravensdale grabs and locks into a crossface!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck goes after William LaCroix while Ravensdale cranks up the pressure and makes Matthew Strong tap out. Eyck kicks William LaCroix on the back, but LaCroix shrugs it off before getting up. Eyck goes to kick the leg, but LaCroix cuts him off with a hard punch that knocks Eyck to the mat. Eyck gets up again, only to be hit by a dropkick from William LaCroix!”

Oliver Evans: “It’s not often that you see LaCroix do that!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck uses the ropes to get back to his feet. William LaCroix comes running and goes for the bicycle kick, but Eyck ducks it and LaCroix’s hurt leg gets caught on the rope! Before LaCroix can get his leg down, Aldo grabs the other leg and forces LaCroix over the ropes and to the floor!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, William LaCroix has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Some smart moving from Aldo van Eyck allows him to eliminate the biggest man in this match! Eyck stands admiring his work until Paredyse comes up behind him and tries to dump him over after LaCroix!”

Dale McCoy: “But Aldo van Eyck manages to strike Paredyse with a hard elbow that enables him to avoid elimination. Aldo van Eyck looks for a punch, but Paredyse kicks him in the gut before driving him into the mat with the implant DDT!”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse, seeing Kazu Nagai trying to get up, runs to the ropes and bounces off of them before coming back, grabbing Nagai’s head, and flipping over while pulling him into the mat with the Swansong!”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse blows a kiss to the fans before noticing that there is only fifteen seconds left on the timer and electing to simply wait it out and meet the next entrant into this match.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty two, Lloyd Shields!”

Slick Pelt’s "Danger” begins playing throughout the arena as Lloyd Shields walks to the ring.

Oliver Evans: “The huge Lloyd Shields swings his legs over the ropes before walking towards Paredyse, who tries to kick Lloyd in the gut, but Lloyd catches the leg before yanking Paredyse into a clothesline.”

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd Shields pulls Paredyse back up before tossing him into the corner. Lloyd Shields charges in and connects with a hard clothesline that almost causes Paredyse to almost flip over the turnbuckle pads!”

Oliver Evans: “Now that’s some impact!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander Ravensdale releases his hold on Matthew Strong finally and runs towards Shields, but Lloyd ducks down and lifts Ravensdale onto his shoulders before throwing Ravensdale’s legs out in front of him while falling backwards to drive Ravensdale’s face into the mat with the F-5 known as the Southern Hospitality!”

Oliver Evans: “Lloyd Shields drags Ravensdale to the ropes, but Aldo van Eyck comes over and hits Lloyd Shields on the back with a forearm.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo strikes Lloyd Shields on the back with a few more forearms before whipping Shields into the far ropes. Aldo van Eyck jumps and hits a returning Lloyd with a forearm shot to the face that knocks him to the mat. Eyck pulls Shields up before pulling him right back down with a rude awakening! Aldo van Eyck drops a knee onto Lloyd’s face.”

Oliver Evans: “And now Aldo is taunting about what he’s just done to the big man. Aldo van Eyck keeps posturing about what he’s done and what’s he going to continue to do.”

Dale McCoy: “As Aldo continues to play to the fans, Lloyd Shields gets up and waits behind. Having enough, Lloyd spins Aldo around before pulling him onto his shoulders before throwing Eyck’s legs out in front of him while falling backwards to drive Eyck’s face into the mat with the F-5! There’s another Southern Hospitality!”

Oliver Evans: “It’s not often that you see Aldo get so immersed with showboating, but this might be the worst possible time to show off with what is on the line in this match.”

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd Shields tries to drag Aldo van Eyck to the ropes, but now Paredyse comes over and attacks Lloyd Shields with forearm strikes and punches. Lloyd Shields covers up for a bit before finally pushing Paredyse to the mat. Paredyse quickly gets back up and attacks Lloyd again with punches, but Lloyd Shields fires back with a punch that knocks Paredyse to the mat.”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse gets back up and runs right into another punch that knocks him back down to the mat. Paredyse gets up again and charges towards Lloyd, but Lloyd drops him with a clothesline, but Paredyse gets back up again and tries again, but Lloyd knocks him down with another clothesline!”

Dale McCoy: “But Paredyse still refuses to stay down and gets back up and charges towards Lloyd again, but again Lloyd flattens him with a clothesline. Lloyd pulls Paredyse up before tossing him with the fallaway slam. Lloyd Shields lifts Paredyse up again before slamming him into the mat with a powerful body slam. Lloyd looks to the fans for a moment before dropping a big elbow onto his chest. Lloyd Shields gets back up before dropping another elbow onto Paredyse’s chest.”

Oliver Evans: “Lloyd Shields is looking good in this match, like all of the big men who have entered this match so far.”

Dale McCoy: “Matthew Strong jumps and cracks Lloyd Shields on the back of the head with his elbow! Strong begins clubbing Lloyd on the back with forearms before grabbing him by the head and slamming his face onto the top turnbuckle. Matthew turns Lloyd around and begins hitting him with punch after punch while he’s trapped in the corner!”

Oliver Evans: “Strong’s got Lloyd Shields in a prickly situation as Lloyd’s going to have to do something to stop Matthew Strong.”

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd covers up as best he can from the assault, but Strong doesn’t show any intentions of stopping as he punches Lloyd into a crouching position. Strong kicks Lloyd right on the jaw and snaps Lloyd’s head back into the pads, causing Lloyd to drop into a sitting position. With Lloyd seemingly out of it, Strong turns and runs to the other turnbuckle before running back looking for some offense, but Lloyd Shields hops up and catches Strong coming on with a running back elbow to the jaw that knocks Strong to the mat!”

Oliver Evans: “Now that was a hard impact. If there is something Lloyd Shields knows how to do, it’s hit hard.”

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd tosses Strong into the corner and begins to wail on him with punches as the timer ticks down to zero.”
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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty-three, Ace Hawkins!”

"Outrage" by Capital Lights begins playing throughout the arena as Ace Hawkins runs down to the ring.

Oliver Evans: “The young and eager Ace Hawkins leaps into the ring before spinning Lloyd Shields around and dropkicking him, causing him to fall backwards and into Matthew Strong. With the two men stacked in the corner, Ace Hawkins backs away before jumping into Lloyd with a crossbody that also crushes Strong!”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins runs half-way across the ring before charging back and dropkicking Lloyd Shields again, causing him to squish Matthew Strong again. Hawkins gets up again and this time comes flying back in with a leaping splash to the corner. Hawkins pulls Lloyd Shields out of the corner and snaps him to the mat before kicking him in the back and then kicking him in the face. Hawking turns and runs up Matthew Strong before kicking off of him and landing on Lloyd with a moonsault!”

Oliver Evans: “The pace of this match is quickening now that we have our Amazing Red in the ring. I bet you can’t tell if that’s a compliment or an insult, but you can figure it out.”

Dale McCoy: “Ace Hawkins gets back to his feet and runs towards Strong before connecting with a shining wizard in the corner! Hawkins quickly springs back as Kazu Nagai approaches him, and catches him on the jaw with a springboard knee! Hawkins gets back up and lands on Kazu with a spinning leg drop.”

Oliver Evans: “Hawkins style is actually seemingly like a weird mixture between Amazing Red, CM Punk, and Rob Van Dam. This kid is either extremely talented…or a complete fucking dumbass. Time will tell us the answer!”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins waits for Kazu Nagai to get up before leaping into the air and grabbing Nagai with a three-quarter facelock before pulling Kazu face-first into the mat with the Ace Crusher! Ace Hawkins sees Lloyd getting up and goes for the Ace Crusher on him, but Lloyd counters it into a backbreaker before lifting him into the air and slamming him into the mat with a full nelson slam.”

Oliver Evans: “Well, the flurry of offense from Ace Hawkins came to a quick end. That’s not too surprising to be honest.”

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd Shields looks around trying to decide who to eliminate, but Paredyse jumps and hits him in the face with a forearm. Paredyse connects with a few punches, but Lloyd Shields fights back with a punch into the gut that doubles Paredyse over. Lloyd grabs Paredyse’s head and connects with a hard knee to the face before grabbing him and slamming him to the mat with a suplex.”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse works his way back to his feet using the ropes as Lloyd Shields comes in looking for a clothesline…but Paredyse pulls the rope down and Lloyd Shields can’t put on the breaks fast enough! He just fell over and to the floor!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Lloyd Shields has been eliminated!”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse turns around only to be clothesline over the tope rope by Matthew Strong, but Paredyse manages to hang on and land onto the apron! Strong tries to fight Paredyse off of the apron, but Paredyse makes some space with a hard forearm to the side of the head. Paredyse climbs back into the ring and runs towards Matthew Strong, only to run right into a back body drop!”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse gets back up and gets kicked in the gut before being lifted into the air and dropped into a falcon arrow. Strong grabs Paredyse’s legs and stomps on Paredyse’s stomach before turning him over and into a boston crab!”

Dale McCoy: “Matthew Strong cranks up the pressure, but while he’s doing so, he doesn’t seem to notice Ace Hawkins recover. Hawkins runs over and connects with an enzuigiri to the head of Strong before Strong can even try to defend himself.”

Oliver Evans: “That’s not good for Strong. That’s also a reason why you don’t put people into submission situations in a multi-man match where you can’t win by submission.”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins pulls Strong up before whipping him into the ropes. As Strong comes back, Hawkins lays down in front of him and forces Strong to jump over him, but as Strong does, he is met in the air by a dropkick from Paredyse! Hawkins and Paredyse pulls Strong to his feet, but before they can do any kind of double team maneuver, the clock ticks down to zero!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty-four, Blackfire!”

As "Black Sheep" by Metric begins playing throughout the arena, a sudden burst of smoke fills the ring. As the smoke clears, Blackfire is standing where Strong had been just moments before.

Oliver Evans: “Whaaa! How did he get there?”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire takes advantage of his opponents’ surprise and connects with a kick to the gut of Paredyse before kicking Hawkins in the gut as well. He pulls both of his opponents in before driving them into the mat with a double DDT!”

Oliver Evans: “Seriously, how did he get out here?”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire drops a leg across the throat of Hawkins before pulling Paredyse up and whipping him into the corner with an irish whip. Blackfire charges in and dives into Paredyse’s gut with an elbow while going through the ropes and getting on the apron. Blackfire kicks Paredyse on the back of the head from the apron, causing Paredyse to stumble out of the corner.”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire climbs onto the turnbuckle, what does he have in mind here?”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire leaps off of the turnbuckle, grabs Paredyse’s head, and drives it into the mat with a tornado DDT! That was a big move right there! Blackfire hops back onto his feet and sees Hawkins running at him and so charges at Hawkins. Blackfire leaps and spins Hawkins into the mat with the spinning sleeper slam!”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire gets up and throws out a taunt, but as he turns around, he realizes that Kazu Nagai has been waiting for him when he gets knocked to the mat by a huge punch!”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire gets back up only to be knocked down a second time and then a third time. As Blackfire gets back up this time, Kazu Nagai whips him into the ropes before waiting for him to come back. Kazu lifts Blackfire into the air and drops him onto a knee for a backbreaker before pulling him back up and slamming him onto the mat with a sidewalk slam.”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu Nagai lifts Blackfire onto a shoulder, but Blackfire manages to regain his wits long enough to slide down his back and avoid the powerslam.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai turns around, but Blackfire holds a hand in front of his face and shouts “Stop!” Confused, Kazu Nagai doesn’t follow through and instead wastes a few precious seconds. By the time Kazu decides to do something, Blackfire is already in mid-kick, and Kazu is unable to block the roundhouse kick before it makes contact with his temple.”

Oliver Evans: “As Kazu goes down, Blackfire runs towards the ropes before springboarding off of them and landing knee first onto Kazu’s face! Now that move was just vicious!”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire turns into Matthew Strong, who pulls Blackfire’s legs out from under him and tries to turn him over for a boston crab, but after a brief struggle, Blackfire manages to kick Strong back and to the mat. Both men get back up, but Strong’s clothesline attempt is caught by Blackfire who twists Strong around before pulling him to the mat with a neckbreaker.”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire grabs at a downed Strong, but Strong brings a leg up and kicks Blackfire on the side of the head, stunning him! Strong quickly hooks Blackfire up before taking him over with a suplex.”

Dale McCoy: “Strong gets up and grabs Blackfire’s legs before again going trying to turn Blackfire over for the boston crab. Strong nearly gets him turned over, but Blackfire manages to overpower him and fight out of it before getting to his feet and kicking Strong in the gut. Blackfire rushes to the ropes and bounces off of them before going for a running dropkick on the doubled over Strong-“

Oliver Evans: “But Strong catches the legs and tries to again turn Blackfire over for the boston crab! Again though, Blackfire manages to push Matthew Strong off.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire goes for a superkick on Strong, but Strong dives out of the way and Blackfire instead hits Kazu Nagai on the side of the head as Nagai was trying to get up! As Blackfire turns towards Strong, he takes a punch to the face. Strong continues to rock Blackfire with right hand after right hand before lifting him up for a body slam…but a well-placed elbow to the face allows Blackfire to slide down the back.”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire grabs Strong and pulls him to the mat with a Russian legsweep before running to the ropes and bouncing off of the them as Strong sits up. Blackfire goes for a kick to the face, but Strong catches the leg!”

Dale McCoy: “Strong gets back to a standing position while still holding the leg before tripping Blackfire into the mat and snatching up the other leg. Strong tries to roll Blackfire over for the boston crab, but Blackfire slips a foot out of his grasp and kicks him in the face. Blackfire gets up and catches Strong with a jumping knee to the face as he turns around.”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire connects with a few forearm shots on Strong before jumping and tossing him to the mat with a hurricanrana. Strong gets back up and walks into a monkey flip, courtesy of Blackfire.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire grabs Strong and pulls him in for a piledriver, but Strong grabs the legs and pulls them out from under Blackfire before again attempting to turn him over and into a boston crab…but wait! Blackfire just tossed a fireball into Strong’s face! Strong falls to the mat clenching at his burnt face after that Ace in the Hole as the clock strikes zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty-five, Acid!”

"Touch the Sun" by Opus Dai begins playing as Acid walks down to the ring.

Oliver Evans: “So now the masked jobber will be entering the Royal Rumble, and lucky for him, he’s coming in pretty late in the game! He’s got the opportunity to take advantage of there only being five more men who will come out.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire grabs a squirming Matthew Strong and tries to pull him towards the ropes, but a blinded Strong fights with everything he has despite having taken that fireball to his face just a few moments ago. Strong connects with punches to Blackfire’s stomach, slowly pushing Blackfire back before connecting with a wild right hand to Blackfire’s jaw that staggers the magician. Strong rushes forward and actually manages to clothesline Blackfire.”

Oliver Evans: “For a blind man, Matthew Strong is pretty good in the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Strong turns around and into a running enzuigiri from Acid that knocks him down. Acid pulls Strong up and lifts him into the air before slamming him to the mat with the michinoku driver. Acid blocks a high kick from Blackfire before doubling Blackfire over with a kick to the gut and connecting with a dropkick to the side of Blackfire’s head.”

Oliver Evans: “Before Acid has any time to even consider his next move, Paredyse comes running over and drives him into the mat with an STO! Paredyse quickly hops up, only to be bowled over by a charging Kazu Nagai!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu yanks Paredyse up and hits him with a few headbutts before tossing him with a belly to belly suplex. Blackfire comes charging towards Kazu looking for a forearm shot, but Kazu catches him and throws him with the exploder suplex. Kazu yanks Matthew Strong up before lifting him into the air and holding him there for a few seconds before slamming him to the mat with a delayed vertical suplex.”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu Nagai looks to be all business in that ring right now. He notices Aldo van Eyck trying to get back to his feet and grabs Aldo from behind before driving him into the mat with the Nagai Driver!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai grabs Alexander Ravensdale from behind before lifting him into the air and slamming him to the mat with a back suplex. Kazu lifts Alexander up and powerbombs him to the mat before pulling him back up for a second powerbomb but instead transitioning Ravensdale into a samoan drop.”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu pulls Ravensdale to his feet before pulling him in and signaling for it. We know what’s coming next.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai lifts Ravensdale into the air and slams him to the mat with a suplex before turning over and pulling him back up before taking him to the mat with a second suplex. Kazu pulls Alexander up again before lifting him into the air and slamming him down to the mat with the third and final suplex! Kazu hops up and cuts his throat with his thumb.”

Oliver Evans: “If I was Ravensdale, I would do everything I could to get the heck out of there. It seems like Kazu is going to try and really hurt Alexander here.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai pulls Ravensdale up and applies a double underhook before lifting Alexander into the air. Kazu holds him in the air posturing with the defenseless Ravensdale. Kazu does a few squats while holding Alexander in this awkward position before finally slamming him to the mat back-first. Not done yet, Kazu quickly pulls Ravensdale up before getting behind him and driving him into the mat with the Nagai Driver!”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander Ravensdale is ripe for the elimination right now, but it doesn’t seem like Kazu Nagai will get the chance to take advantage of it.”

Dale McCoy: “That’s probably true considering that he just got knocked down by a dropkick from Acid. As Kazu gets up, he runs at Acid who flips him to the mat with a deep arm drag. Acid quickly get up and dropkicks Kazu’s face before Kazu can get up. Acid runs to the ropes and bounces off of them before flipping and landing leg first across the throat of Kazu Nagai.”

Oliver Evans: “Acid runs to the turnbuckle and leaps onto it before corkscrewing back and onto Kazu Nagai with the Acid Plunge as the clock strikes down to zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty-six, Dmitry Petrovich!”

Svyaschennaya Voyna, composed by Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov, plays throughout the arena as Dmitry Petrovich walks to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “And now the dynamic of this entire match is going to change as the big Russian mauler comes in to the ring. Acid rushes forward and begins striking Dmitry with punches, but Dmitry grabs him and hits him with a hard headbutt.”

Oliver Evans: “This is going to be our FTW Television gauntlet all over again! Dmitry is going to start dominating this place!”

Dale McCoy: “Acid tries to get back to his feet, but Dmitry Petrovich boot him in the chest to knock him back to the mat. Dmitry pulls Acid to his feet before grabbing him and slamming him to the mat with a sambo suplex. Dmitry yanks Acid off of the mat before knocking him right back down with a hard punch.”

Oliver Evans: “Acid has no chance of stopping Dmitry Petrovich at this point. You can tell, he’s already out of it.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry Petrovich lifts Acid onto a shoulder, but Acid manages to fight out of it with elbows to the face before connecting with a dropkick to the back. As Dmitry turns around, Acid connects with another dropkick, this time hitting the face. As Dmitry stumbles back, Acid charges forward, but Dmitry recovers quickly before turning Acid inside out with a clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “See what I was saying? Acid can’t handle Dmitry.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry Petrovich lifts Acid onto his shoulders and holds both of Acid's arms in the form of a cross. Dmitry holds Acid for a few moments before running forward and throwing Acid over the ropes and out to the floor with the Soviet Domination!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Acid has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “It looks like we’ll be needing the EMTs again, because I think Acid is injured after that fall!”

Dale McCoy: “If he isn’t, I’ll be surprised. As Dmitry turns around, Blackfire catches him on the jaw with a superkick! Blackfire quickly hops onto the turnbuckle before leaping and grabbing Dmitry’s head for a tornado DDT, but Dmitry blocks it before tossing Blackfire into the mat.”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire should have done more to stun Dmitry.”

Dale McCoy: “As Blackfire tries to get up, Dmitry grabs him from behind and lifts Blackfire into a backbreaker rack before flipping Blackfire up and over into an implant DDT with the Red Scare! Dmitry tosses Blackfire over the top rope.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Blackfire has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “As Dmitry turns around this time, Matthew Strong strikes him with a running clothesline, trying to get him over the ropes, but Dmitry doesn’t move! Strong looks shocked before turning and trying to run, but Dmitry grabs Strong by the hair!”

Dale McCoy: “Petrovich pulls Strong back before lifting him into a backbreaker rack, but Strong manages to use the momentum to land behind Dmitry Petrovich. Strong runs and bounces off of the ropes before coming back and going for an uncharacteristic crossbody, but gets caught! Dmitry slams Strong to the mat with the body slam!”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry grabs Strong and sends him into a corner with a hard irish whip! As Strong bounces out of the corner, Dmitry lifts him onto his shoulders.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry walks to the center of the ring before just tossing Strong and allowing him to land hard onto the mat. Petrovich again grabs Strong and lifts him up for a suplex before just tossing him forward and onto his back without even moving much.”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry Petrovich is just too strong for any one man to beat.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry grabs Matthew Strong and lifts him upside down into a belly to belly position. Dmitry jumps, landing on his knees and spiking Strong’s head into the mat with a tombstone piledriver! The Iron Curtain! This is the end for Strong! Dmitry throws him over the ropes like he was a piece of trash!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Matthew Strong has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “And another man finds himself eliminated as the Russian wrecking machine goes through competitor after competitor!”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse tries to get in some offense, but Dmitry sees him coming and catches him with a big knee to the gut before grabbing him by the throat with both hands and lifting him into the air before throwing him to the mat with the chokeslam as the timer thankfully runs out. These men are going to need all the help they can get!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty-seven, Shiloh Jones!”

“Tarantula” by the Smashing Pumpkins suddenly begins playing over the loudspeakers as Shiloh Jones runs to the ring.

Oliver Evans: “Well this certainly isn’t going to be the help the other men need!”

Dale McCoy: “Shiloh Jones slides in behind Dmitry and begins hitting him on the back with repeated forearm shots, trying to beat down the larger man, but Dmitry scoops Shiloh up and holds him horizontally before swinging Shiloh around and slamming him to the mat with the swinging side slam known as the Perestroika! Dmitry throws Shiloh over the ropes without much fuss.”

Oliver Evans: “Good-bye, loser!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Shiloh Jones has been eliminated!”

Dale McCoy: “As Dmitry turns around, he gets caught on the side of the jaw with a spinning heel kick from Ace Hawkins. Dmitry stumbles over and into a superkick from Ravensdale that causes the big Russian to fall to a knee! Ravensdale steps back before blasting Dmitry on the jaw while Hawkins kicks him on the back of the head with duel superkicks!”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry is actually down! Before Hawkins and Ravensdale have any time to remove him from the ring though, Kazu Nagai comes in and knees Ravensdale on the back before going for a punch on Hawkins, but Hawkins manages to duck it.”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins connects with a few punches of his own before grabbing Kazu Nagai by the wrist and pulling him into a jumping calf kick. Hawkins pulls Kazu up and signals for Alexander to help him. Together, the two men whip Kazu Nagai into the corner before Ravensdale charges in and jumps, striking Kazu Nagai with both knees. As Ravensdale gets out of the way, Hawkins comes flying in with a high kick to Kazu’s jaw.”

Oliver Evans: “Hawkins had so much impact behind that that he actually went over the ropes!”

Dale McCoy: “From the apron, Hawkins kicks Kazu on the back of the head, causing Kazu Nagai to stumble towards Ravensdale and into a lung blower! Ravensdale pushes Kazu back up and onto his feet before rolling out of the way as Hawkins leaps off of the ropes and grabs Kazu’s head, driving it into the mat with a bulldog!”

Oliver Evans: “I didn’t expect to see Ravensdale and Hawkins work so well together out here. Maybe Ravensdale should ditch Ethan O’Reilly and team up with this kid!”

Dale McCoy: “And maybe I should ditch you and team up with Adam Vogel, he and I were making a pretty good team while you were off being a moron. Ravensdale and Hawkins pull Kazu back up and each take hold of an arm before kicking Kazu in the chest. The two men pelt the unprotected chest with kick after kick before finally jumping and connecting with a double enzuigiri to the back of Nagai’s head.”

Oliver Evans: “But as Ravendale and Hawkins get up, Dmitry Petrovich dives into both men with a double clothesline! Both men quickly get back up, but Dmitry whips Hawkins towards an unsuspecting Ravensdale and the two clonk heads!”

Dale McCoy: “As Ravensdale stumbles back and into the corner, Hawkins stumbles back and into Dmitry Petrovich’s half nelson. Petrovich lifts Hawkins into the air before dropping him head and neck first into the mat.”

Oliver Evans: “That’s it, Hawkins is done.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry gets back up and charges towards Ravensdale, but Ravensdale uses the ropes to pull himself up enough to get both knees into Petrovich’s jaw! Ravensdale pulls himself onto the turnbuckle as Dmitry stumbles back. Ravensdale leaps and connects with a thrust kick to the jaw, but Petrovich doesn’t go down!”

Oliver Evans: “This is a big guy; it’ll take a bigger move than that to get him off of his feet. Ravensdale should know that.”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale runs to the ropes and springs off of them for a kick to Dmitry’s temple, but Dmitry is still standing! Ravensdale runs and bounces off of the ropes before coming back with the running calf kick, and finally, Dmitry goes down.”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry tries to get back to his feet, but Ravensdale comes off of the ropes and connects with a low dropkick before bouncing off of them and connecting with a second. Before Dmitry can try to get back to his knees, Ravensdale bounces off of the ropes again and lands on Dmitry with the running shooting star press!”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale quickly hops back up before jumping into the air and landing on Dmitry with a flipping senton. Ravensdale pulls Dmitry up and goes to throw him out of the ring, but Dmitry easily puts on the breaks before smacking Ravensdale in the face with his elbow. Dmitry grabs Ravensdale by the back of the head and with one arm throws him over the top rope, but Ravensdale hangs on!”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry goes to finish the job, but Paredyse kicks him on the back. Before Paredyse can do more, Petrovich spins around and decks him with a lariat! Dmitry pulls Paredyse up and tosses him with a belly to belly suplex into the turnbuckle! The way Paredyse smacked into them…was sickening! Dmitry should just eliminate him right now.”

Dale McCoy: “But he can’t because of Ravensdale. As Dmitry turns around, Ravensdale goes for another superkick, but Dmitry catches the foot. Dmitry pulls Ravensdale in before lifting him high into the air and slamming him with a big time uranage! Petrovich pulls Ravensdale back up and looks to want to go for a butterfly suplex, but when Petrovich lifts Ravensdale, he turns him around in the air and slams him back first onto a knee!”

Oliver Evans: “As sure as I am that Dmitry Petrovich would like to continue this brutality, he’s going to have to stop as the timer has just hit zero!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty-eight, Darryl Devine!”

Darryl Devine struts out onto the ramp as “The Touch” by Stan Bush plays throughout the arena. Devine stops to smooth down his eyebrows before walking down to the ring, commenting all the way about how good he looks.

Dale McCoy: “As Darryl Devine steps onto the ring apron, he sees the look in the eyes of Dmitry Petrovich and immediately holds his hands out, asking Dmitry to think about an alliance with him. Unfortunately for Devine, Dmitry isn’t interested and grabs him before flipping him over the ropes and into the ring. Devine quickly hops to his feet, and as Dmitry charges towards him, Devine jabs a thumb into his eye.”

Oliver Evans: “Smart thinking by the smaller competitor.”

Dale McCoy: “Darryl Devine goes for his signature jumping punch, but Dmitry dodges it and catches Devine into a bear hug! The large Russian squeezes Devine as he tries to slide out of his grip, but his attempts are futile. Devine pulls back enough to punch Dmitry a few times before churchbelling his ears to get him to release the hold.”

Oliver Evans: “Devine kicks Dmitry in the gut and grabs him by the head before taking him to the corner, but Dmitry blocks the turnbuckle smash and instead smashes Devine’s face into the turnbuckle. With Devine trapped, Petrovich begins to demolish him with hard lariat after hard lariat to the trapped body of Devine.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry keeps smacking Devine with these lariats until Devine’s legs give out underneath him. Dmitry Petrovich grabs Devine and tosses him over the ropes, but Devine, at the last moment when he hit the apron, manages to grab the bottom rope and land with only one foot on the outside! He’s not eliminated and instead slides back into the ring behind Dmitry.”

Oliver Evans: “Darryl Devine runs towards Dmitry before jumping and connecting with his signature punch! But Dmitry is still standing. Devine runs to the ropes and bounces off of the ropes before jumping and connecting with a second one of those Devine punches, but Petrovich only stumbles to the ropes.”

Dale McCoy: “Darryl Devine grabs one of Petrovich’s legs and tries to lift him over the ropes, but Kazu Nagai hits him on the back with a hard forearm before spinning him around and pulling him into a big boot! Kazu Nagai and Dmitry Petrovich both lift Devine into a gorilla press. They hold him high into the air before lawn darting him into the turnbuckle pad! Dmitry pulls the incoherent Darryl Devine up and throws him over the ropes.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Darryl Devine has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “And Dmitry Petrovich eliminates yet another man! Had Dmitry started this royal rumble off, he would have eliminated everyone in the one vs. one setting and never have a problem winning his match.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry and Kazu turn around and lock arms just in time to catch an oncoming Ace Hawkins with a double clothesline! Kazu Nagai lifts Ace Hawkins onto a shoulder as Dmitry Petrovich bounces off of the ropes. Dmitry Petrovich kicks Ace Hawkins’ head with a running big boot before Kazu drives him into the mat with a powerslam!”

Oliver Evans: “Dmitry Petrovich grabs Ace Hawkins and lifts him up and into a powerbomb position before running towards the ropes and trying to throw Ace out of the ring, but Ace grabs the ropes and uses the momentum to counter and pull Dmitry out of the ring and to the floor with a hurricanrana! No!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Dmitry Petrovich has been eliminated!”

Dale McCoy: “Ace Hawkins starts to pull himself onto the apron, but before he has a chance to even turn around and attempt to get back into the ring, he is knocked off of the apron by a knee from an enraged Kazu Nagai!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Ace Hawkins has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Good! The little twerp deserved that for eliminating Dmitry!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai continues to fume as he grabs Alexander Ravensdale and lifts him into the air before spiking his head into the mat with the piledriver. Nagai grabs Paredyse and lifts him into the air before throwing him into the mat with a powerbomb. Seeing Aldo van Eyck, Kazu Nagai goes to get him, but Eyck kicks him in the shin, locking his leg up and causing him to fall to the mat. With the precision of a submission specialist, Eyck begins kicking at the weakest points of Kazu’s leg.”

Oliver Evans: “Eyck gets so focused with his work that he doesn’t see the free leg of Kazu Nagai until it’s kicking him in the face! Kazu Nagai manages to get back up before kicking Eyck in the gut and lifting him up for a big brainbuster as the timer reaches zero.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number twenty-nine, Colton Charles Cai Cobb!”

Bond's "Explosive" 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.

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai waits patiently in a nearly empty ring filled with downed wrestlers for Colton. As Colton climbs into the ring, the two men eye one another warily before Kazu breaks the silence by suggesting that the two of them work together. Colton appears to agree, but as soon as Kazu Nagai turns his back to him to go after Eyck, Colton grabs him and tries to throw him over the top rope!”

Oliver Evans: “But Nagai won’t go! He stops himself before elbowing Colton in the gut a few times and knocking him down with a big elbow to the temple! Kazu Nagai waits for Colton to get to a knee before running at him and giving him a hard kick to the mouth!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai pulls Colton up and onto his shoulders into a torture rack before throwing Colton’s legs back and grabbing his head, letting Colton fall into a neckbreaker. Kazu pulls Colton up before taking him to the ropes and trying to lift him over them, but Colton desperately hangs on. Paredyse, seeing that Colton is in trouble, runs up behind Kazu hits him with a forearm to the back. Paredyse hits Kazu with a few more forearms before Kazu turns around and gets a kick to the gut.”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse tries to whip Kazu into the corner, but Kazu turns it around and instead sends Paredyse into the corner. Kazu charges towards him, only to get kicked in the face. As Kazu stumbles back, Colton lifts him into the air and slams him to the mat with a full nelson suplex!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton moves out of the way as Paredyse lands with a diving legdrop onto Kazu Nagai! As Paredyse gets up, Colton grabs him and lifts him into the air before slamming him down onto Kazu for the aided splash. Paredyse rolls off of Kazu and goes to the turnbuckle as Colton drops a leg onto Nagai. Paredyse leaps off of the turnbuckle and lands on Nagai with an elbow to the heart!”

Oliver Evans: “Colton is lifting Kazu Nagai onto his shoulders. What do Colton and Paredyse have in mind now?”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse bounces off of the ropes before coming back and jumping, grabbing Kazu’s head, and pulling it to the mat as Colton falls backwards for a Swansong and Samoan drop combination! Colton and Paredyse pull Kazu up before running him to the ropes and tossing him over and onto the floor.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Kazu Nagai has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “For two guys that hate one another, they worked pretty well right there to eliminate Kazu Nagai.”

Dale McCoy: “But while Paredyse and Colton consider what just happened and what it means, Aldo van Eyck and Alexander Ravensdale grab them both from behind and run them into each other before taking them both over and to the mat with stereo german suplexes! Alexander gets up and runs across the ring before catching Colton with a knee to the face as Aldo runs across and smashes into Paredyse with a sliding lariat!”

Oliver Evans: “The two foreign wrestlers pull the two American wrestlers up before sending them with irish whips towards one another, but Paredyse falls to the mat and slides in-between Colton’s legs as Colton keep going and clotheslines Aldo van Eyck. Paredyse quickly gets to his feet before jumping and connecting with a kick to Alexander’s ear!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton pulls Eyck onto a shoulder as Paredyse sticks out a knee. Colton runs towards Paredyse before slamming Eyck onto Paredyse’s knee with a running powerslam! Paredyse gets up and pulls Ravensdale to his feet before driving him head-first into the mat with a reverse hurricanrana! Ravensdale staggers to his feet and into a neckbreaker from Colton.”

Oliver Evans: “Colton motions for Paredyse to pull Ravensdale back up. Paredyse holds him as Colton comes running, and moves out of the way as Colton knocks Ravensdale to the mat with a clothesline!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton pulls Aldo van Eyck to his feet and tells Paredyse to hit him with something. Paredyse runs in and jumps, hitting Aldo with a butt bump that knocks him to the mat. Colton looks to disapprove of the move, but belittles Paredyse over its use.”

Oliver Evans: “Colton may have a point, but now’s not the time to fight with Paredyse.”

Dale McCoy: “Before these two can get back on the same page, Aldo van Eyck hops up and pulls Colton to the mat with a reverse DDT. Paredyse goes for a clothesline, but Eyck ducks it before hitting him with a rolling elbow that causes Paredyse to stumble into the ropes. Eyck comes running for a clothesline, but Paredyse back body drops him over the ropes…but Eyck hangs on and lands on the apron!”

Oliver Evans: “The cagey veteran grabs Paredyse from behind and rakes the eyes, temporarily blinding him and preventing him from eliminating Eyck.”

Dale McCoy: “Before Eyck can reenter the ring, Colton runs in to try and knock him off of the apron, but Eyck pulls the ropes down and Colton almost goes over them, but Paredyse grabs both of Colton’s legs to prevent him from falling over and to the floor. Paredyse pulls Colton back down and into the ring, leaving Aldo out on the apron in a bad position.”

Oliver Evans: “Before Colton can even go for a punch, Eyck thumbs him in the eye. Eyck ducks underneath Paredyse’s punch before driving his shoulder through the middle and top rope and into Paredyse’s gut.”

Dale McCoy: “Eyck moves and puts his head in-between Paredyse’s legs before using his strength to lift Paredyse up and over the ropes with a type of back body drop! Paredyse has been eliminated, and you have to know that that’s going to affect Colton’s chances.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Paredyse has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Colton tries to get at Eyck again, only to receive a hard elbow shot to the jaw from the Dutch born superstar. As Colton stumbles back, Eyck enters the ring, only to realize that the timer has expired.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing the man who drew number thirty, Antonio Del Veccio!”

"Any Means Necessary" by Hammerfall blasts throughout the arena, but Antonio Del Veccio doesn’t come to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Uh…where’s Antonio? Aldo waits to see the new entrant come to ring, only to be left hanging. Colton takes advantage of the distraction and grabs Aldo from behind before tossing him over the ropes, but Aldo again hangs on. Colton tries to kick Aldo off of the apron, but Aldo dodges out of the before sliding back underneath the rope.”

Oliver Evans: “But Colton doesn’t allow Aldo to get back up and instead keeps him down with stomps to the downed Eyck.”

Dale McCoy: “Without any rules, Colton continues his stomping well past what a five count would be before putting a foot on Aldo’s throat and putting all of his weight onto it, choking the life out of Aldo van Eyck! Colton hops off of Eyck’s throat before grabbing a leg and pulling Eyck a little away from the ropes before turning him over and applying an ankle lock! Eyck yells out in pain!”

Oliver Evans: “Colton is going to twist that ankle right off! Eyck begins crawling to the ropes and even makes it to them, but that doesn’t mean a damn thing since there are no rules in this match. Colton only laughs as Eyck continues to yell out his agony.”

Dale McCoy: “Colton is going to completely destroy that ankle if this keeps up for too much longer. Aldo uses the ropes to help him get on to one foot, but Colton still has a grip on the ankle and is applying a standing ankle lock! But Aldo, grabbing the top rope, pulls himself over it and pulls Colton with him, sending Colton tumbling to the floor as Aldo hangs on!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Colton Charles Cai Cobb has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “That was a brilliant move by Aldo van Eyck! He used Colton’s own ankle lock against him to get the elimination!“

Dale McCoy: “As Aldo turns around to go to reenter the ring, Alexander Ravensdale connects with a superkick to the jaw that knocks Aldo van Eyck to the floor! Ravensdale’s eliminated Aldo van Eyck!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Aldo van Eyck has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander thinks he’s won, he’s celebrating his victory and is unaware of Antonio who has slid into the ring behind him.”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio runs and grabs Ravensdale, taking him to the ropes, but Ravensdale turns it around and instead tosses Antonio over the ropes, but Antonio hangs on to Ravensdale and pulls him over as well. Both men somehow land on the apron and begin to exchange punches, trying to knock the other man off.”

Oliver Evans: “The fresh Antonio starts to get the advantage, landing unanswered punch after unanswered punch. Antonio goes to finish off a groggy looking Ravensdale with one final punch, but Ravensdale connects with a big roundhouse kick out of nowhere!”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio Del Veccio barely manages to hang onto the ropes after that kick, almost falling off of the apron. Ravensdale takes a step away from Antonio before blasting him with a superkick, but the kick causes Antonio to fall back into the ring, not out of it! Ravensdale goes to reenter the ring, but as he puts his head in-between the ropes, Antonio kicks him on the side of the head, taking out his equilibrium and causing him to fall off of the apron and down to the floor!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Alexander Ravensdale has been eliminated! The winner of the match and NEW FTW World Heavyweight Champion, Antonio Del Veccio!”

Oliver Evans: “NEW CHAMP! NEW CHAMP! Finally! Antonio Del Veccio has deserved this title since day one. He’s deserved this title since William LaCroix cheated and fluked him out of it the first time and then cheated and fluked him out of every shot thereafter. Finally, we have a true champion to hold that title.”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander Ravensdale was our true champion. He won that title in our Wrestletopia tournament and was forced to defend it here tonight. Starting at number one, Alexander stayed in this match for over 80 minutes only to be thrown out by the cowardly last entrant who had to jump him from behind to even get Ravensdale into that situation which lead to his elimination. It would be an injustice if Alexander Ravensdale didn’t receive the first title shot against Antonio Del Veccio.”

Oliver Evans: “I think Ravensdale will be too occupied defending his Television and World Tag Team Championships to worry about regaining his lost gold. Besides, he would only lost to Antonio Del Veccio again anyway, so what’s really the point?”

Dale McCoy: “I really doubt that that would happen, Oliver. I think if Alexander had the chance, that he would become a two-time FTW World Heavyweight Champion. But we’ll have to wait to see how this situation unfolds as we’re out of time. Thank you for joining us, but until next time, I’m Dale McCoy.”

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