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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (July 15, 2012)   Mon Jul 16, 2012 6:34 pm



Dale McCoy: "Hello and welcome to Full Throttle Wrestling Velocity! We have a pretty interesting show for you folks here tonight as Alexander Ravensdale was injured at our last show."

Pendelton: "Because of this injury, it is to our understanding that Adam Vogel will be making an annoucement about the Lords of Wrestling's rematch clause and about the FTW Television Championship."

Dale McCoy: "Not only that, but we also have heard that Relentless may be in the building tonight. They haven't been seen since the Adam Vogel Invitational. It'll be interesting to hear what they have to say."

Pendelton: "It looks like Adam Vogel is in the ring right now."




As Pendelton and Dale McCoy finish speaking, the camera turns towards the ring, where the owner of Full Throttle Wrestling, Adam Vogel, is currently standing. Raising a microphone to his lips, Adam Vogel begins to speak.

Adam Vogel: “I don’t want to hold up the show for too long here, but I have some announcements that need to be made. First off, Alexander Ravensdale is indeed injured. The doctors tell us that he is suffering from a major concussion and won’t be able to compete for some time. Because of this, I have no choice but to strip Alexander Ravensdale of the FTW Television championship.”

A mixed reaction is given to Adam because of this news.

Adam Vogel: “So tonight, we will have a match to determine a new FTW Television Champion when Blackfire and Jean-Pierre Renoir battle inside of this ring for the vacant title. Also, because Ravensdale is injured, the Lords of Wrestling cannot receive their rematch for the FTW World Tag Team Championships.”

The crowd boos loudly at this announcement.

Adam Vogel: “Now hang on, while The Lords of Wrestling won’t be getting their rematch, Ethan O’Reilly will. If Ethan O’Reilly can find himself a new partner before the night’s end, he can face Treachery for the straps in the Main Event. But now I think that I’ve taken up enough of your time, let’s get this show started!”

Adam Vogel walks towards the ropes before exiting the ring. He hands the microphone off to a worker as he continues walking to the back.




Backstage, Shiloh Jones can be seen kicking at a wall as he mopes about his current record in Full Throttle Wrestling.

Shiloh Jones: “I don’t understand it! What do I have to do to get a win? What am I doing wrong? Every single week I went out there and gave it my all, and I know my all is better than the majority of the guys on this roster’s best day, and yet I haven’t been able to get a win. I know my idiot brother is to blame for all this! If I had just dumped him off sooner, I could have been the Television Champion by now! Well tonight, I’ll take my first step to greatness.”

Shiloh turns and starts walking down the hall towards the camera.

Shiloh Jones: “Tonight, I’ll break my losing streak and my rotten luck by taking down The Executive Brooklyn Producer! When I win tonight, I’ll be put into the Television title picture where I belong, and then I’ll finally win that belt. And then, these morons will finally have to recognize me as the CHAMPION that I truly am! Watch out Full Throttle Wrestling, the real Shiloh Jones is finally going to make a break away.”

[b]As Shiloh doubts himself, a figure suddenly steps up behind him. Putting a hand on his shoulder, the man walks around, revealing himself to be Aaron Blake.

Aaron Blake: “What’s this I hear? Shiloh Jones doubts himself? Shiloh, you have more talent than you give yourself credit for. That troublesome brother of yours acted as an anchor, weighing you down and keeping you from realizing your full potential. Because you were always so worried about him, you didn’t worry quite enough about yourself. What you need is a manager, someone who can be there for you so that you can worry about Shiloh.”

Flashing a smile, Blake continues his little recruitment speech.

Aaron Blake: “What you need, Shiloh is me. You need to join Treachery so that you can properly focus on your career without the need to worry about the minor things or your brother. Let me handle the minor details while you win titles, like you were meant to. Besides, it can get pretty chaotic out in that ring, another set of eyes to help guide you won’t hurt.”

Turning his back to Shiloh, Aaron Blake walks a few steps away.

Aaron Blake: “Let’s try it out here tonight. If you don’t win, which I can guarantee won’t happen, then we’ll just pretend this conversation never happened. However, when you do win, I think you’ll see why it’s a good idea to join Treachery. I look forward to seeing you stand tall at the end of tonight, Shiloh.”

With that, Aaron Blake continues walking, leaving Shiloh to think about things on his own.




VS

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 to 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.

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

“Tarantula” by the Smashing Pumpkins suddenly begins playing over the loudspeakers as Shiloh Jones steps out onto the ramp. He poses for a few moments before walking down to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Shiloh Jones recently betrayed his own brother and joined up with Treachery to try and get himself on a roll here in Full Throttle Wrestling. Of course, to build his ego, Aaron Blake decided to put Shiloh up against The Executive Brooklyn Producer, the only man on the roster with a record that is worse than Shiloh’s.”

Pendelton: “But Aaron Blake’s plan may backfire here tonight. We’ve seen The Executive Brooklyn Producer put up a good fight in the past, and who knows? He may very well knock off Shiloh here tonight.”

Dale McCoy: “That’s true, anything can happen here in Full Throttle Wrestling. The Executive Brooklyn Producer may very well snap his losing streak here tonight with a big win over Treachery’s newest member.”

Pendelton: “I think the crowd would like that, seeing as how The Executive Brooklyn Producer isn’t a backstabbing prick.”

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

Dale McCoy: “As the bell sounds, The Executive Brooklyn Producer extends the hand for a handshake. Shiloh takes the hand before pulling EBP onto his shoulders and slamming him to the mat with a samoan drop!”

Pendelton: “Not the most honorable thing to do, but it does give Shiloh the advantage.”

Dale McCoy: “Shiloh Jones quickly climbs onto the turnbuckle before leaping off and landing on The Executive Brooklyn Producer with a big elbow! Shiloh hooks both legs for the cover!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But EBP kicks out at two. Shiloh again climbs onto the turnbuckle. It is things like this that cost him matches.”

Dale McCoy: “Shiloh leaps off the turnbuckle for a superfly splash, but EBP rolls out of the way! Aaron Blake looks furious and yells at Shiloh to clean up his game, but he might not have the opportunity. The Executive Brooklyn Producer kicks Shiloh in the gut before taking him over with a snap suplex.”

Pendelton: “Shiloh gets back to his feet before being pulled into the mat head-first with a DDT from The Executive Brooklyn Producer! EBP grabs a leg for the cover.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Much to Aaron Blake’s relief, Shiloh Jones kicks out at two. As Shiloh Jones tries to get up, EBP signals for his finisher. Drawing on the strength of his voice, The Executive Brooklyn Producer runs to the ropes and bounces off of them before running and diving into Shiloh Jones with a big punch! But as EBP goes for the cover, Aaron Blake hops onto the apron and distracts the referee!”

Pendelton: “And there’s the X Factor, Aaron Blake. This guy can throw a monkey wrench into any match.”

Dale McCoy: “The Executive Brooklyn Producer gives up on his pin attempt to go and attempt to get the referee away from Aaron Blake, but he instead gets into an argument with Blake, allowing Shiloh Jones to recover. Jumping into the air, Shiloh Jones puts his knees onto EBP’s back before falling backwards and stabbing EBP’s back with his knees! The Backstabber! Aaron Blake hops off of the apron as Shiloh goes for the cover.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Pendelton: “And it looks like Aaron Blake pays dividends for Shiloh as the losing streak is finally snapped here tonight after a bit of cheating. I think we can agree that The Executive Brooklyn Producer was about to win that match.”

Dale McCoy: “Not only was he about to win the match, but he HAD it won! If it wasn’t for Aaron Blake, Shiloh Jones would still be winless! I think we all know how much of a factor Blake is at ringside and now I think that Shiloh knows it too.”

Pendelton: “With this win, I think it’s safe to say that Shiloh is now an official member of Treachery.”

Dale McCoy: “Oh, the joy…”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (July 15, 2012)   Mon Jul 16, 2012 9:04 pm



Fireworks go off as “Fallback” by Spineshank begins to play. After a few moments, Matthew Strong steps out onto the entrance ramp followed by Titan, Johnny Faith, and Vincent Nothing. The four men exchange a few looks with one another before walking down to the ring. As the men slide into the ring, a microphone is handed off to Matthew Strong.

Matthew Strong: “We’re back! And we’re here to make a little statement.”

The crowd begins booing, clearly unhappy to see Relentless back in an FTW ring.

Matthew Strong: “Now, we all know that Relentless was cheated out of the Adam Vogel Invitational, and that’s the only reason your little federation managed to survive our efforts. However, tonight, we come with a new agenda. You see, while in the past we have intentionally tried to harm your federation, we’ve decided that we now want to help it.”

Despite the previous booing, the crowd now goes silent, as they are slightly confused by Matthew Strong’s words.

Matthew Strong: “It is now in our benefit to turn our attention over to another faction. While we have been proclaiming ourselves as being better than this particular faction, some people don’t quite believe us. Right now, there is more to be gained by squashing this faction than there is from taking all of Full Throttle Wrestling’s championships, so that is what we are going to do. So Treachery, if you aren’t the bunch of cowards that we suspect you of being, why don’t you come on out here and agree to a little match?”

The members of Relentless turn and look towards the backstage area as they wait for Treachery to come out.

Matthew Strong: “We want to prove to the world what we already know – that Relentless is better than Treachery. We can defeat any four members of Treachery on any given night, and at Survival of the Fittest, I propose that we have ourselves a little four vs. four elimination tag team match to determine once and for all whose faction is better. So what’s it going to be, Blake? Are you and your clients too afraid to come out here and accept our challenge? I can’t say that I am surprised, we all know that Relentless is going to win.”

With a smug smile, Matthew Strong lowers the microphone as he waits for either Aaron Blake or all of Treachery to come out.


Svyaschennaya Voyna, composed by Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov, plays throughout the arena as Aaron Blake, Dmitry Petrovich, Kazu Nagai, Eric and John Vogel, Oliver Evans, and Shiloh Jones walk out from the backstage of Full Throttle Wrestling. The members of Treachery stare into the ring as Aaron Blake gets a microphone off of a ring hand. The group slowly walks down to ringside and encircles the ring, but no one enters.

Aaron Blake: “Are you guys kidding me? You four runts think that you actually have the ability to defeat us? Any four members of Treachery could dominate you fools. So you know what? You’re on. At Survival of the Fittest, I will pick four men from Treachery to defeat you.”

A smile crosses the faces of the members of Relentless, but it is clear that Aaron Blake is not done.

Aaron Blake: “However, when Treachery defeats Relentless, you all must simply…disappear. Those are my terms. If Treachery wins, the contracts of Relentless are terminated. If Relentless wins, then Treachery will be terminated. How about it? You wanted this match, are you willing to pay the price? Let’s settle the debate on which faction is better once and for all.”




VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is for the FTW Television Championship! Introducing first, Blackfire!”

As "Black Sheep" by Metric begins playing throughout the arena, a dole of white doves fly out of the backstage in slow motion as Blackfire steps out onto the ramp. Blackfire stops and holds out a hand, which his favorite dove, Archimedes, lands on. He rubs Archimedes' head for a brief moment before tossing Archimedes into the air once more. Blackfire pulls a deck of cards out of his pocket before walking to the ring with the doves in tow. As he enters the ring, his eight doves pair off and land on each of the turnbuckles. Blackfire sets the deck of cards down in a corner before taking off his hoodie, tie, and mask. He hands them to a ring hand before waiting for the start of the match.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, 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. He climbs onto the apron, turns, and throws the fist up into the air again for a few moments before climbing into the ring and walking towards the turnbuckle. Climbing up, Espy holds his fist up into the air again before back flipping off of the turnbuckle and back into the ring. Jean-Pierre Renoir removes his jacket and hands it to a ring hand before waiting for the bell.

Dale McCoy: “This match between Blackfire and Jean-Pierre Renoir is for the vacant FTW Television Championship, and I have to ask, how to Adam Vogel pick these two men to wrestle for the title? I don’t think I could choose just two men!”

Pendelton: “I believe Adam Vogel did a random drawing, and it just happened to work out this way. It’s not a surprise that one of Treachery’s men managed to get picked when Treachery is basically half of our roster.”

Dale McCoy: “Nonetheless I think we’ll be in for a good match. Blackfire managed to get to the finals of the Adam Vogel Invitational, while Jean-Pierre Renoir has had some amazing performances in FTW so far. Both of these men will want to win this title and both of these men will be going Full Throttle to do that.”

Pendelton: “And to think that we’ll still have another match after this one.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Renoir is quick to duck down and grab a leg before tripping Blackfire to the mat and quickly going into the headlock. Blackfire is quick to roll Renoir over before pulling Renoir to a standing position. Renoir keeps the headlock on, but Blackfire lifts him into the air for a back suplex, but Renoir releases the headlock and flips over to land on his feet behind Blackfire.”

Pendelton: “But Blackfire spins around and knocks Renoir to the mat with a discus clothesline! Wow, I didn’t see that one coming and neither did Renoir! Blackfire quickly grabs Renoir before throwing him into the corner with the irish whip.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire comes running in with a big elbow before running to the opposite set of ropes and bouncing off of them as Renoir stumbles out of the corner. Blackfire comes back with a big running enzuigiri! Renoir falls to the mat but gets back up groggily and Blackfire takes advantage to put Renoir to the mat with the spinning neckbreaker. Blackfire is going for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Renoir is able to kick out at two by either instinct or luck after that hard kick to the head. Blackfire pulls Renoir up before driving him onto a knee with the backbreaker and following it up with a neckbreaker. Blackfire hooks a leg for another try at the pin.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “And again Renoir kicks out at two. Jean-Pierre Renoir is a tough individual and has shown it in the past. Blackfire waits for Renoir to get up before connecting with a dropkick that sends Renoir through the ropes and out to the floor. Aaron Blake comes over to his client and tries to get him back into the game.”

Pendelton: “There’s been some tension between these two lately, so I guess that Aaron Blake wants to help Renoir out and get him back into the fold. Not to mention, Blake would love to have the Television title in his stable.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire grows tired with waiting for Renoir to recover and runs to the ropes before leaping over them and wiping out Renoir on the floor!”

Pendelton: “Did you see that? Aaron Blake moved out of the way but left a dazed Renoir to get taken out!”

Dale McCoy: “Well Aaron Blake is always out for himself first. Blake tries to make it up by going to distract Blackfire, but Michael Bull is a hawk in there and is telling Blake to stay far away from the wrestlers. Blackfire rolls Renoir back into the ring before sliding in and going for the cover.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But again Renoir kicks out at two! Blackfire waits for Renoir to get up before tossing a fireball at him, but Renoir manages to dodge it and it hits the referee instead! Off the dodge, Renoir pulls Blackfire into a tight schoolboy, but there’s no ref to count the fall!”

Dale McCoy: “Aaron Blake slides into the ring…and he’s got a roll of quarters! He pulls Renoir off of Blackfire before waiting for him to get up and smashing the roll on his head! Blackfire’s down and Aaron Blake is bailing out of the ring. Not one to waste an opportunity, Renoir covers him, but the referee is still out!”

Pendelton: “Renoir shakes the referee and tries to revive him, but he can’t do it! Renoir sighs before grabbing Blackfire and pulling him to the corner. Renoir lifts Blackfire onto the turnbuckle and climbs up after him, but Aaron Blake is instructing him to get down.”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir has a brief discussion with Blake before preparing to go for a superplex, but Blake hops onto the ring apron and grabs the ankle of Renoir! He’s holding Renoir to try and get him to stop the superplex attempt! Renoir yells at his manager, but the distraction allows Blackfire to hit him in the gut with a few punches. Blackfire grabs Renoir and leaps, spinning him down to the mat with a super tornado DDT! Blake may have just cost his client this match!”

Pendelton: “Blackfire is going for the cover, but Blake is pulling the dazed referee out of the ring! Blake is pretending that he is just worried about the ref’s health, but you know that he’s just trying to save his client!”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire vaults over the top rope and takes Blake out! He grabs the ref and rolls him back into the ring before going towards Renoir, but Renoir manages to pull Blackfire down and into a small package! The referee is aware of the cover and is counting! Did Blackfire just screw himself?”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall and the NEW FTW Television Champion, Jean-Pierre Renoir!”

Pendelton: “I don’t believe this! Aaron Blake interfered in the match to knock Blackfire unconscious, but Renoir couldn’t get the pin. Blake screws Renoir up later and almost costs him the match, but pulls the referee out of the ring, forcing Blackfire to give up the pin and leading to his defeat.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire should have won this match, and there’s little doubt of that. However, Renoir is likely unhappy with Aaron Blake after this match, because Blake did screw him up. While Aaron Blake ultimately led to Renoir’s victory, he nearly led to his defeat.”

Pendelton: “Well, regardless, the new FTW Television Champion is Jean-Pierre Renoir. Too bad Renoir’s holding a title that Alexander Ravensdale never lost.”

Dale McCoy: “And we all know that Alexander will be gunning for his lost gold when he is cleared to compete again, especially if one of Treachery is holding it.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (July 15, 2012)   Mon Jul 16, 2012 9:29 pm



Surprisingly calm, Ethan O’Reilly seems to want to speak, as he took the time to find a cameraman.

Ethan O’Reilly: “Treachery, at the last Full Throttle event, you took out my tag team partner before our scheduled match, enabling you to win the FTW World Tag Team Championships. However, tonight you won’t have that blessing. Tonight, you won’t have any advantage; let me assure you of that. I have chosen a partner who is so good, that there isn’t a chance in hell of us losing. So while you may have injured Alexander, and while I may be pissed about it, I can take consolation in the fact that you aren’t going to be holding those belts for very long.”

Ethan lets out a snicker.

Ethan O’Reilly: “Hell, even I didn’t pick such a great partner, you wouldn’t be able to win. The only reason Treachery managed to defeat The Lords of Wrestling was because they had a two on one advantage! I think you’ve proven that you can’t win when the odds are fair, and I think that I will help cement that here tonight when my partner and I win back those belts. The record book is going to show Treachery as having the shortest reign in Full Throttle Wrestling history, and let me just say, that’s I fact that I will truly enjoy.”

With a broad smile, Ethan turns and walks away from the camera as the scene begins to fade.




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VS

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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a tag team match for the FTW World Tag Team Championships and it is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, the challengers, the team of Ethan O’Reilly and William LaCroix!”

"Living in Dog Years" by Neurotica begins playing throughout the arena as Ethan O'Reilly steps out onto the ramp. He looks over those in attendance before dismissing their existence and walking towards the ring. After rolling into the ring, Ethan takes off his silver vest and hands it to a ring hand before awaiting the start of the match.

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

Taryn Shay: “And introducing next, the FTW World Tag Team Champions, the team of Kazu Nagai and Oliver Evans, Treachery!”

As Kazu Nagai and Oliver Evans step out onto the entrance ramp along with their manager, Aaron Blake, the song "Kokoro Kayowasete" by the Homesicks begins to play. Nagai takes the cigarette he was smoking and puts it out using the bare flesh of his arm. After nonchalantly flicking the cigarette away from him, Kazu walks down to the ring with Oliver Evans for their match.

Dale McCoy: “Oliver Evans is in this match? Where’s Dmitry Petrovich?”

Pendelton: “Treachery is defending the titles under the freebird rule and has decided to let Oliver take his place. However, I think Aaron Blake thought it would be another two on one handicap match and didn’t think Ethan would find a partner. Aaron Blake is a little overconfident, no?”

Dale McCoy: “That was a major oversight by Aaron Blake. Now it’s two of the biggest men on the roster against Kazu Nagai and a commentator. I don’t really see this match as going Treachery’s way, which isn’t good for them as a loss will really hurt their momentum going into the Survival of the Fittest match.”

Pendelton: “Don’t count out Treachery just yet, they do have Aaron Blake, who is always a factor in these matches.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Ethan O’Reilly tells LaCroix that he wants Kazu and LaCroix steps out onto the apron. Kazu will obviously be starting this match as Oliver hides on the apron. Ethan and Kazu go to lock up, but Kazu turns around and casually goes to tag Oliver, but Ethan spins him around and starts rattling him with a series of punches!”

Pendelton: “Ethan backs Kazu into the corner and Oliver Evans drops to the floor to avoid the accidental tag. Ethan keeps wailing on Kazu, but Oliver Evans grabs his leg to try and distract him!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan drops to the mat and catches Oliver on the side of the jaw with the low dropkick! Ethan tries to get back up, but Kazu takes advantage and clubs him on the back with a hard forearm. Kazu grabs Ethan by the back of the head before turning him around and slamming his face into the turnbuckle pads.”

Pendelton: “Kazu motions for Oliver Evans to get onto the apron before tagging him. Kazu holds Ethan in a headlock while Oliver climbs the turnbuckle…and Oliver comes down with a double axe handle to the back!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan walks a few steps, feeling the pain from that one! As he turns around, Oliver connects with a kick to the gut before pulling Ethan into another headlock and walking back to Kazu, who makes the tag. The two men whip Ethan into the ropes. As Ethan comes back, Oliver dives down and uses his whole body to trip Ethan face-first into the mat! Kazu drops an elbow onto the back of the head before going for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “Ethan kicks out at two. Kazu Nagai pulls Ethan up and signals for the signature suplex chain that he uses to wear down his opponents for the Nagai Driver. But as Kazu lifts Ethan for the first suplex, Ethan manages to float over and land behind him!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan turns and bounces off of the ropes before coming back and diving into Kazu Nagai with that huge spear of his! This could be the tide turner! Ethan slowly crawls over to Kazu and hooks a leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “Oliver Evans dove onto Ethan to break up the pin! Oliver tries to bail out of the ring, but Ethan grabs him and spins him around before lifting him onto the shoulders and putting Oliver into the mat with the Excidio!”

Dale McCoy: “A measure of revenge for Ethan O’Reilly. But as Ethan turns around, he butts heads with Kazu Nagai who was going for a running clothesline! Both men are down and dazed, but Ethan has enough sense to reach up and tag in William LaCroix!”

Pendelton: “Oh boy! Here comes Ethan’s partner! This is the guy that Treachery has had run-ins with in the past and he usually manages to screw up Treachery’s plans!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai groggily gets to his feet as William LaCroix bounces off of the ropes. As Kazu turns around, LaCroix leaps into the air and levels him with the Riot Run! William drops down and hooks the leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winners of the match and the NEW FTW World Tag Team Champions, Ethan O’Reilly and William LaCroix!”

Pendelton: “A Riot Run out of nowhere took Kazu down and took the tag team titles with him! What a move from LaCroix and what a bad night for Treachery!”

Dale McCoy: “Treachery has lost some much needed momentum going into their match with Relentless at our next event, but whether that will make the difference or not we don’t know. We won’t know until Survival of the Fittest, but until then, I’m Dale McCoy.”

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