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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - Breaking Point (October 28, 2012)   Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:07 pm

Dale McCoy: "Hello and welcome to Full Throttle Wrestling's Breaking Point event! Tonight we have a FTW World Tag Team Championship match scheduled to be the main event."

Pendelton: "Tonight should be a good, action packed night despite the fact that Aaron Blake is the new general manager of Full Throttle Wrestling."

Dale McCoy: "We even have a FTW Television Championship match scheduled to take place where Alexander Ravensdale will defend the title against a very hungry and calculating Colton Charles Cai Cobb."

Pendelton: "Unfortunately, we don't have a FTW World Heavyweight Championship match scheduled because Dmitry Petrovich and Aaron Blake are too afraid of losing to put that on the line."

Standing in the ring is none other than the new General Manager of Full Throttle Wrestling, Aaron Blake. Standing on either side of Blake are two men who have never been seen in Full Throttle Wrestling before.

Aaron Blake: “As the General Manager of Full Throttle Wrestling, one of my responsibilities is to introduce new talent to the company. Now, Full Throttle Wrestling is known for having some of the best workers around, so it’s hard to find men who fit that requirement. However, you are looking at a man who manages a large number of talented wrestlers. I happened to know of two men who I manage who fit that bill perfectly. Ladies and Gentlemen, you are looking at the two newest members of both Treachery and the Full Throttle Wrestling roster!”

Not caring who the two men are, the crowd boos Aaron Blake for abusing his power to bring in more of his clients.

Aaron Blake: “Now, now, that’s no way to treat these fine talents. You fans have to admit that Treachery delivers great matches every time we compete, and these two will give you no different. In fact…”

But Aaron Blake is suddenly interrupted by Neurotica’s “Living in Dog Years” as Ethan steps out onto the entrance ramp.

Ethan O’Reilly: “Cut the crap, Blake! First off, no one cares about these two “men” that you are bringing into Full Throttle Wrestling. We all know that you are simply trying to give Treachery more firepower with which to control this company. How about instead of being a manipulative jackass, you actually fulfill your role as General Manager by helping this company, not trying to kill it. I know the other guys have noticed this, but you are pandering to Michael Jones, Colton, and your own boys. It doesn’t take a genius to realize that you are expanding your influence while shutting out the guys who oppose you from matches.”

Ethan walks halfway down the ramp before stomping and continuing to speak.

Ethan O’Reilly: “I haven’t had a match for quite a while Blake and I got to say, I’m not going to sit on the sidelines and wait for you to give me one. No, I’m out here to demand a match. If you want to introduce your puppets into this federation, then I’ll introduce one of them to my fist.”


Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, Michael Jones!”

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

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

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

Dale McCoy: “Both of these men need a win here to remain in the Television title picture. Both of these two have lost to the current Television Champion Alexander Ravensdale, but if one of them can pick up the win here, you’d have to think that he’d be much closer to getting a title shot than he is now.”

Pendelton: “Most people are probably thinking a win would mean more for Paredyse at this juncture, but after losing his belt and return match, a win would mean more than just another match for Michael Jones; a win would help restore that confidence of his.”

Dale McCoy: “What about Paredyse’s confidence? He has been on a losing streak as of late, in part due to Colton Charles Cai Cobb. Last event Paredyse was even beaten by Colton in a match. The way I see things, both of these men need a confidence boosting win.”

Pendelton: “I guess that’s true, but who is going to manage to come out on top in this one?”

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

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse shakes his butt at Michael Jones, much to his chagrin. Jones tells Paredyse to knock it off and that this is a serious match, but Paredyse continues to make fun at Jones’s expense. Jones, feeling disrespected, charges at Paredyse who trips him into the mat.”

Pendelton: “Paredyse quickly gets on top of Michael and holds him down before dry humping him! It’s good to see Paredyse being his usual self, but this is a little much.”

Dale McCoy: “Jones manages to get Paredyse off of him before getting into Paredyse’s face. Jones must have said something Paredyse didn’t like because Paredyse just slapped him! Jones tries to retaliate with a punch, but Paredyse blocks it before hitting Jones with a punch of his own.”

Pendelton: “Paredyse lands a few punches to Jones before grabbing him by the head and taking him to the mat with a snapmare. Paredyse kicks Jones on the back before catching him on the side of the face with a low dropkick!”

Dale McCoy: “Jones rolls out of the ring, looking for a time out, but Paredyse dives out onto him! Paredyse rolls Jones back into the ring, but as Paredyse enter, Jones kicks him in the face before DDTing him into the mat and going for the cover, but Paredyse kicks out before the count of one.”

Pendelton: “Jones takes Paredyse to the mat with a suplex before following up with a knee drop to the face before going for the cover.”

Ray Johnson: “One…”

Dale McCoy: “Jones pulls Paredyse to his feet before whipping him into the corner. Jones charges in, but Paredyse catches him on the jaw with a back elbow. Paredyse turns and jumps onto the turnbuckle, but Jones pushes him forward and onto it before clubbing Paredyse on the back and climbing up too.”

Pendelton: “Jones tries to lift Paredyse for a super back suplex, but Paredyse hits him on the head with a few elbows before headbutting Jones off of the turnbuckle!”

Dale McCoy: “As Jones hits the mat, Paredyse leaps back and onto him with a moonsault! Paredyse pulls Jones up before driving him to the mat with the STO and hooking the legs for the cover!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: "Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall, Paredyse!"

Pendelton: “As Paredyse begins to celebrate, Michael Jones looks surprised by this defeat. I don’t think that he thinks the STO should have been enough to put him away.”

Dale McCoy: “Well, regardless of what he thinks, he lost. Paredyse keeps himself in the Television title picture with this victory.”

Pendelton: “I think Paredyse will have to do a little bit more though before he gets another opportunity to win the Television championship.”

Dale McCoy: “I would agree with that. You don’t just get handed title shot after title shot, Paredyse is going to have to earn it.”


Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, Ethan O’Reilly!”

"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.

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

The song “Breakdown” by Tantric begins to play as Artemis Lancer walks onto the entrance ramp followed by Aaron Blake. Artemis lifts his arm into the air and pats his elbow before walking down to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Aaron Blake introduced Artemis Lancer to Full Throttle Wrestling earlier tonight and also tried to introduce another man, but before he could, Ethan O’Reilly came out and challenged one of them to a match.”

Pendelton: “We’ll see if Artemis Lancer is worth the hype that Aaron Blake gave him here tonight. If Artemis can knock off Ethan O’Reilly, maybe he deserves his spot here in Full Throttle Wrestling. If Artemis loses, maybe Blake is only bringing in his clients at this point regardless of their ability.”

Dale McCoy: “I guess we’ll find out in a moment.”

Pendelton: “I guess we will.”

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, Artemis gets into Ethan’s face and tells him that he’s going to knock him out. Ethan takes this as a challenge and knocks Artemis to the mat with a hard right hand! Artemis tries to roll out of the ring after the surprise punch, but Ethan grabs him and yanks him up before pushing him into the corner and wailing him with fists.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three! Four!”

Pendelton: “Ethan pulls away before the referee can count to five. Artemis stumbles out of the corner looking dazed, and Ethan takes advantage of it by nearly taking his head off with a clothesline!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan quickly gets on top of Artemis and wails on his face with even more punches for a moment before the referee pulls him off. Artemis takes the time given by the referee to roll out of the ring.”

Pendelton: “But Ethan leaps over the ropes and takes Artemis out with a dive!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan pulls Artemis up and slams his face on the apron before rolling him into the ring and sliding in after him. Ethan pulls Artemis up and grabs his wrist before pulling him in and hitting him with a hard elbow.”

Pendelton: “Ethan follows that up with a suplex before dropping a leg across Artemis’s throat. Ethan is climbing onto the turnbuckle.”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan leaps off the turnbuckle for the Incursio, but Blake reaches into the ring and pulls Artemis out of the way! How did the referee miss that one? Artemis hops to his feet and bounces off of the ropes before jumping and hitting Ethan with the elbow! He calls that move the Lance! Artemis is going for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “Ethan kicks out. Artemis thought he was going to knock Ethan out with just one jumping elbow? He’ll have to do more than that!”

Dale McCoy: “Artemis runs to the ropes and uses them for momentum before jumping and trying to connect with another elbow, but Ethan catches him before throwing him to the mat with the fallaway slam!”

Pendelton: “What is Artemis? A one trick pony? You can’t go for the same move twice on a guy like Ethan, who by the way is now pinning Artemis.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “Artemis manages to kick out before the three despite taking so many shots to the head in this match. As Ethan gets up, he realizes that Blake has jumped onto the apron and is distracting the referee! Ethan goes over to try and take back the referee’s attention.”

Pendelton: “What is Artemis doing? He just took off his right elbow pad and tossed it to the floor. He’s grabbing another elbow pad and putting on instead! What did he just do?”

Dale McCoy: “Aaron Blake hops off the apron. As Ethan turns around, Artemis runs towards him before jumping into the air and hitting him with the elbow known as the Lance! Ethan looks to be out cold and Artemis is going for the pin!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Pendelton: “I think that elbow pad was loaded! It knocked Ethan out without issue, unlike that earlier elbow shot. Ethan is a tough dude too, there’s no way that two normal elbow shots would put him down.”

Dale McCoy: “Well, the way that he changed elbow pads and how Aaron Blake distracted the referee, that very well may be the case.”

Pendelton: “I really wouldn’t be surprised if it was the case.”

Dale McCoy: “Well, I guess we’ll end up finding out the truth sooner or later, but until then, I guarantee that Ethan will be irate over this loss to Artemis.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Breaking Point (October 28, 2012)   Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:12 pm

The scene opens to a chair splinting after colliding with the wall. The wooden chair is quickly pulled back before exploding upon a second hit against the wall. Hugo Andore drops the fragments of the chair remaining in his hands before turning and grabbing a bench.

Hugo Andore: “HUGO WANT MATCH!”

As he declares this, the bench goes soaring through the air before smacking and exploding against the wall from the force Hugo put behind it. Hugo headbutts a locker in on itself before speaking again in the angry tone.

Hugo Andore: “Hugo want opponent to destroy, not objects. Hugo is unstoppable, Hugo want to prove that!”

With a grunt, Hugo rips a door off its hinges and tosses it against the wall where it breaks. Looking a little better, Hugo wonders out of the locker room.


Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is for the FTW Television Championship! Introducing first, the challenger, 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. He enters the ring, flexes and stretches waiting for the match to begin.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, the FTW Television 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.

Dale McCoy: “Colton has been working hard to get the Television Championship for quite a while now, but if he loses this bout, I’m not so sure that he’ll find it easy to get another match for the Television Championship.”

Pendelton: “As it should be. Colton will really need to win this match if he doesn’t want to sit around without a title for a few months. He really hasn’t had a spectacular career here in Full Throttle Wrestling, but this could be his jumping point.”

Dale McCoy: “It would be a big boost for Colton if he could defeat Alexander here, however, it is Alexander that we are talking about. Alexander takes pride in his record and this title, he’s not going to give up the belt that easily.”

Pendelton: “That is true; Colton will have his work cut out for him here tonight.”

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

Dale McCoy: “As the match starts, the two men lock up and Colton quickly follows Michael Jones’s example and twists Ravensdale’s injured arm. Ravensdale doesn’t allow Colton to do much damage though before turning towards him and punching him on the jaw to free his other arm. Colton looks slightly annoyed with Ravensdale’s escape.”

Pendelton: “As the men lock up, Colton tries to twist Ravensdale’s arm into a hammerlock, but Ravensdale slips loose before jumping onto Colton for the guillotine!”

Dale McCoy: “But Colton reacts quickly to the situation and runs Ravensdale into the corner. Colton hits Ravensdale with a punch before irish whipping him across to the other corner, but Ravensdale runs up the side before backflipping behind Colton and throwing him with a release german suplex!”

Pendelton: “Colton stumbles to his feet before being tossed to the mat by a hurricanrana from Ravensdale! Ravensdale jumps onto the ropes and uses them as a springboard for a moonsault onto Colton! Ravensdale hooks a leg!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Colton was taken by surprise with that quick combination of moves and almost got caught there, but he got out of it at two. As the two men get up, Ravensdale ducks a punch from Colton before hitting him with a hard forearm. Ravensdale hits Colton with a few more hard shots, pushing Colton into the corner.”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale lifts Colton onto the turnbuckle before climbing up and going for a super frankensteiner, but Colton hangs on! Colton pulls Ravensdale up into the powerbomb position, but Ravensdale fights back with punches before again going for the super frankensteiner and this time he sends Colton into the ring with it!”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale goes for the finish with a superkick, but Colton catches the kick! Colton throws the leg out, spinning Ravensdale around before decking him with a clothesline! Colton pulls Ravensdale to his feet before slamming him to the mat with suplex. Colton drops an elbow onto Alexander’s chest before pulling him back up for another suplex!”

Pendelton: “And there is another elbow drop for Ravensdale! Colton pulls Ravensdale up again before whipping him to the ropes. As Ravensdale comes back, Colton tosses him with the back body drop before dropping yet another elbow down onto Ravensdale’s chest! Colton readjusts for the cover.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Colton only manages to get two from that though. Colton pulls Ravensdale to his feet yet again, but this time Ravensdale fights back! Ravensdale connects with a punch to the gut before hitting Colton on the jaw with a second one! But before Ravensdale can continue this comeback, Colton knees him in the gut!”

Pendelton: “Colton hits Ravensdale on the back of the neck with an elbow before pulling him to the mat with a big DDT. Colton lifts Ravensdale into the air before slamming him to the mat with the body slam!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton kicks Ravensdale in the face before grabbing the arm and dropping a knee onto the injured shoulder! As Ravensdale cradles his arm, Colton connects with a hard knee to Ravensdale’s temple before grabbing the arm and locking Ravensdale into a fujiwara armbar!”

Pendelton: “This is bad for Alexander and he knows it! That armbar is in deep and Ravensdale is holding his hand into the air, he may just tap out!”

Dale McCoy: “With a grunt of pain, Ravensdale grabs the mat and slowly inches he way closer to the ropes, pulling Colton with him, but Colton has the armbar in as deeply as he can, trying to force him to tap before he can break the hold. Ravensdale kicks his legs out towards the ropes and manages to get his foot to the rope!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three! Four! Fi…”

Pendelton: “Colton made use of the entire five count before breaking the hold, but before he can follow up, Colton notices Paredyse walking down to the ring! Colton takes his eye off the ball to yell at Paredyse to leave.”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse blows Colton a kiss as he gets closer to the ring. Paredyse stops in front of Colton and tells him something that the camera didn’t quite pick up. Colton looks agitated as he tells Colton to get the hell out of here. Colton turns around to see Ravensdale resting in the corner, and charges toward him! But Ravensdale gets a foot up and into Colton’s jaw!”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale turns around and hops onto the turnbuckle before corkscrewing back, catching Colton's head, and slamming it to the mat with the corkscrew cutter! Ravensdale hooks both legs for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall and STILL the FTW Television Champion, Alexander Ravensdale!”

Dale McCoy: “The distraction from Paredyse allowed Ravensdale to recover and take advantage of the situation to pick up the win. Paredyse is celebrating Colton’s defeat on the outside and Colton looks as though he can’t believe he lost.”

Pendelton: “Colton just hit Ravensdale from behind! Colton is stomping on that injured shoulder! Talk about a sore loser!”

Dale McCoy: “As Colton beats down Alexander, Paredyse slides in to the ring. Paredyse spins Colton around before hitting him with a few punches, stunning him and pushing him to the ropes. Before Colton can recover, Paredyse clotheslines him over the rope and down to the floor!”

Pendelton: “Colton slaps the apron in frustration but only tells Paredyse that his time is coming soon before walking up the entrance ramp. Paredyse checks on Ravensdale, who is still the FTW Television Champion.”




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 Eric Vogel and John Vogel, The Fortunate Sons!”

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

Taryn Shay: “And introducing next, the FTW World Tag Team Champions, the team of Aldo van Eyck and Lars Alexander, The Professional Revolution!”

"Screaming Bloody Murder" by Sum 41 begins playing throughout the arena as Aldo van Eyck and Lars Alexander walk out from the backstage and onto the ramp. The crowd bursts into a frenzy of boos at the sight of Aldo and Lars, but the two men ignore the crowd as they walk to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “So another tag team that is a part of Treachery gets a chance to take down the Professional Revolution and regain the titles for Blake’s company. It doesn’t take a genius to realize that Blake is abusing his powers.”

Pendelton: “He’s really not being careful about it, he’s really making it very obvious that his interests are his clients and himself, not the federation.”

Dale McCoy: “And that interest that is undermining Full Throttle Wrestling is a direct result of William LaCroix’s horrible actions and Eric and John’s decision to put the daily affairs of the company into the hands of Aaron Blake.”

Pendelton: “Nothing good could come of Aaron Blake taking control of this company, and tonight we’ve really been seeing that.”

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, Aldo van Eyck and Eric Vogel step into the ring. These two are basically the leaders of their respective team, so it’s not too surprising to see them stepping up to the plate to start this contest off.”

Pendelton: “No it is not. The two men lock up, but Aldo quickly trips Eric into the mat before backing away and mocking him. Eric looks agitated, but Blake tells him to keep his cool from the outside.”

Dale McCoy: “But Eric doesn’t heed Aaron’s advice! Eric charges at Aldo and runs right into an arm drag! Eric is quick to get back up, but Aldo connects with a dropkick! Eric gets up and runs at Aldo again, but Aldo gets Eric into a headlock and uses his momentum to take him to take him to the mat with the takeover.”

Pendelton: “Eric quickly forces his way to his feet before pushing Aldo off of him and to the ropes, but as Aldo comes back, he knocks Eric down with the shoulder block!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo grabs at Eric’s leg, but Eric squirms free before tagging in John! John steps into the ring and quickly goes for a punch on Aldo, but Aldo blocks it before hitting him with a hard forearm. Aldo connects with a few more forearms before whipping John into the ropes. As he comes back, Aldo flips him to the mat.”

Pendelton: “Aldo tags in Lars Alexander. The two whip John back into the ropes before grabbing him and slamming him to the mat with a double spinebuster. Lars hooks a leg.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “John kicks out at two. Lars pulls John to his feet before suplexing him to the mat. Lars quickly follows that up with a legdrop before going for another cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Lars only gets two once again. Lars climbs onto the turnbuckle, thinking of something big, but as he leaps for the frog splash, John rolls out of the way!”

Dale McCoy: “That was a huge mistake from Lars Alexander! At the age of only twenty though, it would be hard to expect him to not make one sooner or later. Aldo looks a bit disappointed by the move but is reaching into the ring and asking for the tag nonetheless.”

Pendelton: “Lars is crawling over to Aldo, but before he can get to him and make the tag, Aldo is pulled off the apron by Eric Vogel! Aldo hit his jaw off of the apron coming down! Eric grabs Aldo as he tries to get up and hurls him into the steel steps!”

Dale McCoy: “With his partner down, Lars is in there alone. The lesser experienced man is going to be isolated by the Fortunate Sons now. John dives onto Lars with a double-axe-handle to the back. John clubs Lars on the back with a few forearms before grabbing him and slamming his face into the turnbuckle pad. John hits Lars with punches while he is trapped in his own team’s corner.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three! Four!”

Pendelton: “At the count of four, John grabs Lars by the wrist and whips him into the Fortunate Sons’ corner before charging towards him and connecting with a clothesline. John holds him in the corner before tagging in his brother.”

Dale McCoy: “The two brothers lift Lars into a back suplex. They hold him there for a few seconds before tossing his legs over his head and slamming him face-first into the mat! Eric hooks the legs for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “Lars manages to kick out at two, but Eric stays on him with a few kicks to the face of the downed opponent.”

Dale McCoy: “Eric pulls Lars up and into the air before slamming him to the mat with the body slam. Eric moves to the ropes and uses them for a little momentum to drive a forearm onto the face of the downed Lars Alexander! Eric again hooks a leg.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But again Lars kicks out at two. Eric pulls Lars into a sitting position before connecting to the back with a stiff kick! Eric quickly runs to the ropes and bounces off of them before kicking Lars in the face with the low dropkick. Eric goes into another cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Eric Vogel looks extremely annoyed with Lars resilience. He looks to Blake for advice, but Blake just tells him to keep the pressure up. Eric looks to the referee before choking Lars right in front of him! The referee begins to administer a count as Lars struggles to breathe due to the illegal choke hold!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three! Four!”

Pendelton: “Eric releases the choke before the count of five. Eric pulls Lars to his feet before grabbing him from behind, hoping to use his breathlessness to hit the Showstopper, but as he lifts Lars into the air, Lars manages to slip out of his grip, land on his feet, and connect with the enzuigiri!”

Dale McCoy: “Lars looks towards his corner and doesn’t see Aldo on the apron. Lars works his way to his feet before ducking under a clothesline attempt from Eric Vogel! Lars kicks Eric in the gut before pulling him into the mat with the big DDT! With Eric down and stunned, Lars climbs onto the turnbuckle.”

Pendelton: “But Blake distracts the referee as John pulls Lars’s leg out from under him! Lars just got crotched on that turnbuckle! As John gets back to where he should be, Blake jumps off the apron.”

Dale McCoy: “Eric climbs onto the turnbuckle behind Lars and tries to lift him for a super back suplex, but Lars manages to hang on! Lars fights Eric off with elbows before knocking him off of the turnbuckle with a hard headbutt that almost causes Lars to lose his balance from the force of it! Lars shakes off the dizziness before leaping back for a moonsault!”

Pendelton: “But Eric rolls out of the way! Lars got nothing but mat on that one! As Lars gets to his feet, Eric dives into him with a clothesline! Eric hooks both legs for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “Lars kicks out! Lars managed to kick out before the three! Eric drags Lars to his corner before tagging in John Vogel. Eric Vogel lifts Lars into an electric chair position before turning to face the turnbuckle that John just climbed onto, but before John can jump, Lars fights back with punches to the top of Eric’s head before jumping down and pushing Eric into John!”

Pendelton: “Lars turns and runs across the ring before jumping and finally tagging in Aldo van Eyck!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo runs towards Eric before clotheslining him over the ropes and to the floor! Aldo turns and grabs John Vogel who is still on the turnbuckle before throwing him off and to the mat. As John groggily gets to his feet, Aldo kicks him in the gut. Aldo van Eyck places John’s head in-between his legs before hooking both of John's arms behind John's own back. Aldo van Eyck lifts Vogel up before dropping to a sitting position, spiking the unprotected head of John into the mat with the Beeldenstorm! Aldo hooks a leg for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winners of the match via pinfall and STILL the FTW World Tag Team Champions, Aldo van Eyck and Lars Alexander, The Professional Revolution!”

Pendelton: “In a hard fought battle, The Professional Revolution managed to retain their titles against the Fortunate Sons and against Aaron Blake! The Fortunate Sons had a good strategy, but they couldn’t beat Lars before Aldo came back into the match.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai and William LaCroix have just slid into the ring behind the champs! They take them out with cheap shots from behind and begin stomping the two men!”

Pendelton: “What the hell is going on!? What business do Kazu and William have out here? They lost their rematch against these two.”

Dale McCoy: “I think we may be about to get our answer, Aaron Blake has a microphone!”

Aaron Blake: “William LaCroix’s suspension ended about…oh, twenty minutes ago. Because of this, I have decided that the former FTW World Tag Team champions should have another opportunity to win back their titles. And, because it seems that this match is as good as started, I am officially declaring that Aldo van Eyck and Lars Alexander will defend their FTW World Tag Team Championships against Kazu and William right now! And to make things more interesting, the team that loses will be immediately released from their FTW contracts. Now, ring the bell!”

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

Pendelton: “Wait, what? Aldo and Lars have to compete again here tonight after just winning their match and after being attacked from behind by Treachery? This is bullshit!”

Dale McCoy: “The fans seem to be just as unhappy with this decision as you are. William LaCroix throws Aldo van Eyck over the ropes and to the floor as Kazu pulls Lars to his feet. Kazu sends Lars towards LaCroix, who jumps into the air and decks Lars with the Riot Run! LaCroix is hooking the leg! Aldo and Lars can’t lose their jobs and their titles like this!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winners of the match via pinfall and the NEW FTW World Tag Team Champions, Kazu Nagai and William LaCroix, Treachery!”

Pendelton: “So just like that? On a whim, Aaron Blake can make unjust matches and cause people to lose their jobs? Aldo and Lars never stood a chance!”

Dale McCoy: “It looks like there are dark days lying ahead of us. We’ll have to hope for the best, but until then, I’m Dale McCoy.”

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