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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (January 13, 2013)   Sun Jan 13, 2013 9:59 pm



Dale McCoy: "Hello and welcome to another edition of Velocity folks. Tonight, we have the debuts of two new wrestlers to look forward to."

Pendelton: "Not only that, but the FTW Television Championship will be on the line tonight in the main event!"

Dale McCoy: "We'll be starting out this new year strong, so let's get ready for quite a ride!"

Pendelton: "The ride may not be much fun if Aaron Blake has anything to say about it though..."




VS

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

Jeremy Lise walks to the ring.

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

As Kazu Nagai steps out onto the entrance ramp along with his 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 for his match.

Dale McCoy: “Here is another student of the Full Throttle Wrestling Academy, who, for whatever reason, has been brought in here by Aaron Blake to face a member of Treachery.”

Pendelton: “For whatever reason? No, that’s giving Blake credit. This kid was given money and this chance to “be a star” only to allow Kazu Nagai to get the easy win while sending another message to Adam Vogel.”

Dale McCoy: “But do these messages actually mean? That Treachery can beat up students who haven’t finished their training? Because, at least to me, that’s all these matches seem to mean. They certainly don’t make me think anything more of either Blake or Treachery.”

Pendelton: “It lets Adam know that he isn’t safe just because he’s not here. Blake is trying to undermine Adam by showing him how easily his students are defeated here in Full Throttle Wrestling. Unfortunately for Blake, this is slightly deluded because of his choosing of such untrained students, as opposed to those who are ready for action.”

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

Dale McCoy: “And right out of the gate, Kazu grabs this kid by the throat before tossing him across the ring! Lise gets back to his feet only to be knocked to the mat by a clothesline. Kazu is already signaling that this match is as good as over.”

Pendelton: “Lise is whipped into the ropes. As he comes back, Kazu slams him onto a knee with the tilt-a-whirl backbreaker.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu grabs Lise and slams him to the mat with a suplex before turning him over and pulling him back to his feet for the second suplex. Keeping the hold and pulling Lise to his feet again, Kazu slams him to the mat with the third suplex. Kazu maintains his hold, despite having already hit the three suplex, and lifts Lise up for a big time brainbuster!”

Pendelton: “Lise is out of it, Kazu has this match won. Kazu is putting his boot on the chest of Lise, telling the referee to count.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But Kazu pulls his boot off of the chest of Lise before the referee can count to three. Kazu yanks Lise to his feet before sending him through the air with that hatch suplex of his! Kazu again pulls Lise to his feet before grabbing him from behind and taking him to the mat with the back suplex.”

Pendelton: “This is inhumane. The kid never stood a chance, just pin him and be done with it.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu pulls the kid up and hits a second back suplex before stringing in a third as well. Pulling the kid back up, Kazu slams him to the mat with the german suplex! Pulling him up to his feet once more, Kazu drives him into the mat with the Nagai Driver!”

Pendelton: “Maybe now Kazu will just pin the kid and we can move on from this farce.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu laughs, looking very pleased as he sees his unconscious opponent lying on the mat. With the cruelest smile I’ve ever seen, Kazu lifts the kid up before spiking his head into the mat with the cradle piledriver!”

Pendelton: “Thankfully, Blake tells Kazu to finish off Jeremy.”

Dale McCoy: “At Blake’s command, Kazu locks Jeremy into the sharpshooter. With his opponent already unconscious, the referee rings the bell, awarding the submission victory to Kazu Nagai.”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via submission, Kazu Nagai!”

Pendelton: “It’s about damn time that Kazu just finished this kid off. This wasn’t even a fair contest, this untrained kid who was at a size disadvantage had no chance against Kazu!”

Dale McCoy: “And so one-half of the FTW World Tag Team Champions picks up a win here, making certain that it was a submission victory after brutalizing his opponent, just to further the message that was sent. Did I catch everything?”

Pendelton: “Almost, but you left out that this message from Aaron Blake was to tell Adam Vogel that not even his students are safe. This message was to tell everyone that Aaron Blake can do whatever Aaron Blake wants, and no-one who crosses him is safe.”

Dale McCoy: “We’ll see about that one. I have a feeling that once Adam Vogel has recovered from his injury, he’ll bring the fight to Aaron Blake.”




VS

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

"Show Goes On" by Lupe Fiasco plays as Brostar comes out and raises his hands as he walks down the ramp and runs into the ring, he goes up to the second turnbuckle raises his hands again, Then he jumps off with a backflip.

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

Hollywood Undead’s “My Town” begins playing throughout the arena as Elizabeth steps out onto the entrance ramp. She turns her back to the ring and bends over, giving the audience a view of her before looking back and giving them a wink. After the seductive display, Elizabeth motions to the backstage. After a moment, the giant Hugo Andore steps out after her and walks to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “So tonight will be our first opportunity to see a new wrestler to Full Throttle Wrestling in action as Brostar makes his debut.”

Pendelton: “And what a tough first match this Brostar will be getting. He’s got to take on the undefeated giant, Hugo!”

Dale McCoy: “By the looks of it, Elizabeth Archer doesn’t look very happy to see Hugo having to face the new guy. In fact, it seems that she is telling Hugo to be done with this match quickly, as she has places to be.”

Pendelton: “Not a surprise, Elizabeth is a busy woman. It would be a surprise if Brostar can do something to topple the big man, but I also see this one being over rather fast.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Brostar starts this match off with a dropkick, but Hugo doesn’t budge. A few more dropkicks from Brostar find their mark, but Hugo still doesn’t move. Brostar looks perplexed, what can he do?”

Pendelton: “It’s like taking on a wall; you’re not going to win.”

Dale McCoy: “Brostar tries a low dropkick to the knee, but it doesn’t do anything to Hugo, who stands as if nothing happened.”

Pendelton: “His legs are the size of tree trunks, of course it did nothing!”

Dale McCoy: “Brostar tries another low dropkick to the knee but gets the same result. Brostar tries to jump high enough for the enzuigiri, but Hugo has had enough of this and just smacks him out of the air.”

Pendelton: “It probably wasn’t the best move for Brostar to jump into the air like that.”

Dale McCoy: “Brostar scrambles to his feet, only to be run over by that Hammerline from Hugo! Hugo waits for Brostar to get back to his feet before nearly taking his head off with a running big boot. Hugo grabs Brostar and lifts him into the air before throwing him into the turnbuckle with a powerbomb and following it up with the corner splash!”

Pendelton: “Brostar really didn’t get a chance to do much in this match, and I doubt that he will get that chance now.”

Dale McCoy: “Hugo grabs Brostar by the throat and lifts him into the air before slamming him to the mat with a chokeslam! Hugo keeps his grip on Brostar’s throat, pulling him into the air and slamming him to the mat with the second chokeslam while dropping to a sitting position! Hugo covers Brostar after the Murder Horn.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Pendelton: “Brostar really didn’t have much of a chance in this match. I’m not sure if anyone stands much of a chance against Hugo.”

Dale McCoy: “He certainly seems to be in a league of his own. Brostar really didn’t get a chance to show us what he could do here tonight, but in this situation, I think he did all that was truthfully expected of him.”

Pendelton: “It’s a shame, but maybe next time he’ll have an easier opponent and be able to show us what he can do.”

Dale McCoy: “I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.”




Walking out of the office that was formally Adam Vogel’s, now Aaron Blake’s, is the new hire Davey Vega. Vega notices the camera and stops, beckoning it to come over. As the camera gets closer, Davey begins to speak.

Davey Vega: “Tonight, one on one for the FTW Television Championship, I face Alexander Ravensdale. Alexander, the self-proclaimed “Reflection of Perfection”, has been holding that title of his for quite some time. However, tonight his luck will run out. Tonight, that Reflection of his gets disturbed. Tonight, a new star rises in spectacular fashion by winning the Television Championship in his debut bout. But, before anyone tries to claim that I am only in this position because of Aaron Blake, I would like to say that I am not in any way affiliated with Aaron Blake or his little make-shift group known as Treachery.”

Davey casts a look back at the office from which he just emerged before looking again at the camera.

Davey Vega: “Although that moron would like everyone to think that I am on his team, I am not. I do not care for politics, and I do not require help to win matches. I can win matches without that kind of assistance, and I can be a star without some idiot standing outside of the ring shouting nonsense. And tonight, I’ll prove it by defeating Alexander without the assistance of Treachery.”

Vega walks away from the camera, giving it a wave as he goes.

Davey Vega: “Be sure to watch my match tonight, because there is a new king in town – and this king is about to take his crown.”

As Vega continues to walk down the hall, the scene slowly fades to black.




VS

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

“Velocity Shift” by Overseer plays in the arena. After a few moments, Davey Vega walks out from the backstage. After a brief pause on the ramp, Vega walks down to the ring.

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: “Davey Vega was brought into Full Throttle Wrestling by Aaron Blake quite a while ago; however, Artemis Lancer was the one who made his debut at that time. Davey had been taking a backseat position, but it seems that now Aaron Blake has seen fit to allow him to make his debut here in a match against Alexander Ravensdale.”

Pendelton: “Despite what Davey Vega may say about being unaffiliated with Treachery, isn’t it rather suspicious that he is getting a Television Title shot in his very first match in the promotion?”

Dale McCoy: “It certainly is a bit suspicious. However, we can’t be sure he isn’t lying. I guess we’ll find out here tonight though.”

Pendelton: “Yeah, we’ll know which side he’s on if Aaron Blake somehow costs Alexander the FTW Television Championship.”

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, the two men go to lock up, but Davey throws Alexander’s hands away before getting him into the waist lock. Davey quickly lifts Alexander up and slams him belly-first onto the mat before transitioning into a headlock.”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale pulls Davey along with him as he gets to his feet, before suddenly dropping to a knee and flipping Davey to the mat with the fireman’s carry.”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander grabs a hold of Davey’s arm and locks him into the armbar. Ravensdale wraps his leg around Vega’s head to help hold him and prevent him from an easy escape, but Davey manages to slip his head out and get back to his feet, bringing Ravensdale up with him.”

Pendelton: “Vega trips Ravensdale into the mat before grabbing the leg and trying to go for some kind of leg lock, but Ravensdale saw this coming and manages to isolate an arm before rolling Vega into the cross armbreaker!”

Dale McCoy: “Vega tries to get a foot to the rope, but realizing he can’t reach, claps his hands together and rolls into the hold, pinning Ravensdale’s shoulders to the mat. The referee drops down to make the count, but Alexander releases his hold before a one count, but this allows Vega to get on Ravensdale’s back.”

Pendelton: “Vega holds Ravensdale’s face into the mat, grinding it against the canvas. Alexander manages to slip free and get to his feet, only to be taken back to the mat with the snapmare.”

Dale McCoy: “Vega tries to apply the headlock, but Ravensdale grabs the arm and pulls Vega to the mat with the hammerlock. Vega manages to work his way to his feet before grabbing Ravensdale and breaking the hammerlock by pulling him back to the mat with the one-handed snapmare. Vega again tries to apply the headlock, only to be again countered into the hammerlock!”

Pendelton: “But Davey manages to slip free before getting back to his feet and connecting with a few hard rights to Ravensdale. Vega sends Ravensdale to the ropes with the irish whip, but Ravensdale elevates himself up and over the oncoming Vega.”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale grabs Vega from behind for what looks like a neckbreaker before instead twisting him face-first into a knee strike. A European uppercut from Ravensdale sends Davey stumbling into the corner. Ravensdale runs to the opposite corner before coming back in and connecting with a hard enzuigiri.”

Pendelton: “Vega stumbles out of the corner, but Ravensdale isn’t done. He grabs Vega by the wrist and goes to whip him back into the corner, but Vega turns it around and sends Ravensdale into the corner!”

Dale McCoy: “Vega charges in, but Ravensdale ducks down and lifts him onto his shoulders before swinging him out and dropping him throat-first onto the ropes with the TKO! Vega drops to the floor struggling to breath, allowing Ravensdale to build momentum for a flip over the ropes! He just wiped Vega out!”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale puts Vega onto the apron before climbing up as well. Ravensdale pulls Vega in and tries to lift him for a piledriver on the apron, but Vega fights it off before back body dropping Alexander to the floor!”

Dale McCoy: “Vega rolls Ravensdale back into the ring before climbing onto the apron and slingshotting onto Ravensdale. Vega quickly gets to his feet and runs to the ropes, using them for momentum, before jumping and landing on Ravensdale with the elbow. Davey hooks the leg here for the pin.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Davey only gets a two. Davey kicks Ravensdale on the side of the head before trying for a follow-up punch, but Ravensdale blocks it and instead punches Davey in the gut. Getting to his feet, Ravensdale hits Davey with a series of forearm shots, driving him back into the corner.”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale goes to whip Davey to the opposite corner, but Davey turns it around and sends Ravensdale there. Davey runs it for an elbow strike, but Ravensdale moves out of the way before catching Davey with another enzuigiri! Ravensdale strikes Davey with another European uppercut before running to the ropes to build momentum, but Davey catches him coming back with the front dropkick!”

Pendelton: “That stopped Ravensdale’s momentum dead in its tracks. Davey hooks the legs, trying for the pin after that kick.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Again, Davey only gets a two count on the champ. Looking a bit disgruntled by this failed pin, Davey sits and recovers his breath, but Ravensdale doesn’t give him long before grabbing his arms and pulling him to the mat with the crucifix cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale tried to catch Vega sleeping but only got the two. Ravensdale tries to get some separation after the pin attempt, but Vega doesn’t allow it with a falling elbow strike to the back.”

Dale McCoy: “After catching Ravensdale next with a low dropkick, Vega decides to pull him to the corner. Sitting him against the turnbuckle, Vega connects with a hard kick to the face of Ravensdale. Putting his boot across Ravensdale’s throat, Vega begins to illegally choke the Television Champion as the referee moves in to make the count.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three! Four!”

Pendelton: “Vega steps away at the count of four, not wanting to get DQed. Vega connects with a few stomps to the corned Alexander before grabbing his legs. Vega yanks Ravensdale into the air before dropping him to the mat. Vega once again goes into the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Another two count for Vega here as he continues to try and work over the back of Ravensdale. Based on the fall, I’d surmise that Ravensdale’s injured shoulder is a weaker point than it even is usually, so I am surprised by Davey’s tactics. Davey pulls Ravensdale to his feet before slamming his face into the turnbuckle pads and sending him across the ring with the irish whip.”

Pendelton: “Davey charges right into a boot though! Ravensdale hops over Davey’s back and prepares for the reverse pedigree, but Vega lifts Ravensdale up into the electric chair before spinning him out and slamming face-first to the mat! Vega into the jackknife cover after that big move!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “And Vega almost got him, but something in Ravensdale keeps the champion fighting despite that nasty move. As Alexander gets to his knees, Vega kicks him across the temple before slapping his chest with that nasty backhand chop. Vega connects with another kick to the head that puts Ravensdale to the mat. Vega into the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale continues to stay alive in this contest by kicking out at two. Vega slaps Ravensdale on the chest again before locking in a sleeper hold, but Ravensdale gets to his feet before dropping back down for the jawbreaker!”

Dale McCoy: “With some separation, Ravensdale runs to the ropes and bounces off of them before ducking a clothesline from Vega and bouncing off the opposite set for the running calf kick! Vega gets back to his feet, only to be caught across the face by a spinning kick from the Television Champion. Ravensdale pushes Vega into the corner before getting some revenge with a series of backhand chops to the chest.”

Pendelton: “After lighting up Vega’s chest, Alexander sends him across the ring with the irish whip before running in after him. Vega tries to get both feet up and into the face of Ravensdale, but Ravensdale catches them and throws them through the ropes and to the apron.”

Dale McCoy: “With Vega stuck there, Ravensdale connects with a vicious superkick! Vega slumps down, and Alexander grabs him and pulls him onto the second rope as he locks him up for the reverse pedigree. With Vega seemingly out after that superkick, Alexander drives him face-first into the mat, turns him over, and hooks both legs for the tight cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “But Vega does not want to go down that easily in his debut match and manages to kick out before the three!”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale grabs Vega and pulls him in before trying for the flipping piledriver, but Vega manages to avoid landing on his head and instead rolls through! Grabbing Ravensdale’s leg, Vega tosses it back and over Ravensdale’s head, forcing Alexander to his feet as he spins around, flipping Ravensdale with a sick discus clothesline before he can even react! Vega again hooks a leg as he goes for the victory.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “But the champ again kicks out, despite that nice counter into the discus from the challenger! Both men must be wondering what it will take to put the other one away.”

Dale McCoy: “Vega pulls Ravensdale up and sets him onto the turnbuckle before climbing up after him and hitting him on the back with a hard clubbing shot. Vega then connects with a headbutt to the back of Alexander’s head before trying for the spider german suplex, but Ravensdale fights back with elbow shots to the head! Vega falls back, but his legs are hooked on the ropes!”

Pendelton: “Vega regains his senses and tries to pull himself back up, but Ravensdale jumps off the turnbuckle and drives Vega into the mat with a sick looking leg drop! Both men are down!”

Dale McCoy: “Vega, despite taking the move, manages to use the ropes to get to his feet first. He stumbles towards Alexander before striking him with a hard forearm shot, but Ravensdale fires back with one of his own! Davey connects with another forearm shot, only for Ravensdale to again return the favor!”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale runs to the ropes with the intent of bouncing off of them, but as he does so, Vega catches him in the face with the big boot! Vega turns and runs to the ropes for momentum now, but Ravensdale follows before jumping and connecting with a shining wizard before Vega can get off the ropes!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander walks to the center of the ring as Davey stumbles in behind him. Ravensdale tries to run to the ropes, but Davey manages to grab the tights and pull him back before lifting him for the back suplex, but Alexander lands on his feet behind Davey and grabs him for the half-nelson, dropping Davey right on his head! Ravensdale rolls Davey over and hooks the leg, this should be it after that move!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “Somehow, someway, Davey manages to kick out! I don’t believe, it looked like he had been knocked out after that half-nelson suplex from Ravensdale! How is he still going?”

Dale McCoy: “How are either one of these men still going after some of the stuff we’ve seen in this match? Ravensdale kicks Davey in the gut, doubling him over, before putting his foot on the back of Davey’s head and driving him face-first into the mat with the standing curb stomp! That was vicious! Ravensdale pulls Davey back up and lifts him onto his shoulders, but Davey manages to slip down behind him!”

Pendelton: “Davey pushes Ravensdale away and into the corner. As Ravensdale bounces out and turns around, he gets blasted by the superkick and falls back into the corner! Davey charges in and connects with a single leg dropkick before lifting Ravensdale onto a shoulder and powering him to the mat with the Air Raid Crash! Davey hooks the leg for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “What? How did Ravensdale kick out!? Davey can’t believe it! Ravensdale crawls towards the corner and uses it to get to his feet. Davey comes running in for the corner senton, but Ravensdale falls out of the corner just in time and Davey slams hard against the pads! Both men struggle to get back to their feet, but as they do, Davey goes for another superkick, but Ravensdale ducks it before pulling Davey to the mat with the schoolboy!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “Davey forces Ravensdale off of him at the count of two. Getting up, Davey goes for another discus clothesline, but Ravensdale catches it before pulling Davey to the mat with the small package!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “Davey turns the small package around, resulting in Ravensdale’s shoulders being pinned to the mat, but Ravensdale uses the momentum to help pull Davey to his feet before scooping him into the air and dropping him onto his head with the Signum Excellentiae! Alexander into the cover! This could be it!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Pendelton: “Ravensdale retained! Ravensdale retained! This was one hell of a match! Both Davey and Alexander brought their “A” game to this one, but on this night, Alexander’s experience paid off as he managed to turn a small package pin into a Signum Excellentiae.”

Dale McCoy: “This was truly a marvelous match and Davey should have nothing to feel bad about with this performance. If he can bring it like this every single time he has a match, then he will undoubtedly go far in this company.”

Pendelton: “In-“

Aaron Blake: “One moment!”

Aaron Blake walks out onto the ramp with Eric Vogel and John Vogel.

Aaron Blake: “Alexander, I watched that match, and I have to say that you did a very good job. However, I think these fans deserve more. In fact, I think they deserve more right now. That’s why, right now, you will defend your Television Championship against Eric Vogel. Have fun!”

With a smirk, Aaron Blake walks to the back.

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

"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. As they reach the ring, John pats Eric on the back and gives him a few last minute tips before Eric rolls into the ring.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, the FTW Television Champion, Alexander Ravensdale.”

Alexander tries to present a strong face ever after that match he just went through.

Dale McCoy: “So despite just having gone through a hellacious match, Ravensdale now has to face Eric Vogel for his Television Championship? How is this even remotely fair? Especially when John Vogel is sitting around ringside.”

Pendelton: “This isn’t fair at all, that’s the point. Aaron Blake wants to see Ravensdale lose that title here against Eric Vogel.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Alexander starts this match off with a dropkick that knocks Eric to the mat. Getting back up, Alexander connects with another that knocks Eric again to the mat. Both men get back up, but Alexander scores with the jumping corkscrew roundhouse kick to the face! Alexander hooks both legs for the early victory.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Eric manages to kick out at two despite that kick. Ravensdale sends Eric into the ropes with a whip. As he comes back, Ravensdale lifts him up and slams him to the mat with the spinebuster.”

Dale McCoy: “That was an unusual move for Alexander. Ravensdale runs to the ropes and springboards off of them for a moonsault, but Eric moves out of the way and Ravensdale hits the mat hard! As he gets up holding his stomach, Eric spins him around and kicks him in the gut before driving him head-first into the mat with the DDT!”

Pendelton: “Eric takes this time to recover after that brief offensive from Alexander, but this lets Alexander get to his feet as well. Alexander tries for a clothesline, but Eric kicks the injured arm of Ravensdale before pulling him to the mat with the Russian legsweep! Eric into the cover here.”

Mark Davis: “One…”

Dale McCoy: “But Eric only gets a count of one on the champion. Eric with a quick kick to the head of Ravensdale before grabbing that injured arm and driving a few knees into the shoulder. Ravensdale holds the arm as he gets to his feet, but Eric connects with a few hard forearm shots before ducking down and driving Ravensdale into the corner.”

Pendelton: “Eric connects with a few punches before hooking Ravensdale’s arm around the rope in an awkward fashion before pulling on it, yanking it against that rope with all his might as the referee begins the count.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three! Four!”

Dale McCoy: “The referee pulls Eric away from Ravensdale at four, choosing not to disqualify him. Eric looks annoyed but follows up with a hard clothesline before lifting Ravensdale onto the turnbuckle. Eric climbs up after him and hooks him up for a superplex, but Ravensdale hangs on and prevents it! Ravensdale fights Eric off with punches, causing Eric to drop back down to the mat. Ravensdale grabs a hold of him and swings off the turnbuckle, using the momentum to assist in a snap suplex! Ravensdale is quick to go into the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One…”

Pendelton: “But Eric makes a quick kickout. Eric knees Alexander in the gut before whipping him into the ropes and sending him into the air with the back body drop. Eric hooks the leg.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale forces his shoulder up at the count of two, but Eric keeps him on the mat with a hard elbow shot to the side of the head. Getting to his feet, Eric applies some stomps before dropping a few knees into the face of Ravensdale. Pulling Ravensdale to his feet, Eric lifts him into the air before dropping him throat-first onto the ropes. As Ravensdale stumbles back holding his throat, Eric knocks him to the mat with the clothesline.”

Pendelton: “Eric follows this up with an elbow drop before getting up and dropping a second elbow! And a third elbow! And a fourth elbow! And a fifth! After five elbow drops, Eric hooks the leg.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale again rolls his shoulder off of the mat, but Eric clasps on a headlock on Ravensdale. Both men get to their feet, and Eric tries to sweep the leg, but Ravensdale is the one who succeeds and sends Eric into the mat face-first. As Eric gets back up, Ravensdale grabs him from behind and sends him to the mat with a german suplex! Rolling over and pulling Eric back up, Ravensdale hits a second german. Again pulling Eric up, Ravensdale scores with the third german suplex!”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale stays on the mat after that move, unable to capitalize. As Ravensdale begins to stir, so does Eric. Both men end up getting up at the same time, but Ravensdale connects with a surprise superkick before falling on top of Eric for the cover!”

Dale McCoy: “But the referee is being distracted by John Vogel! No one is making the count! Ravensdale can’t win unless the referee turns around, but John isn’t allowing him to turn back to see what has transpired! How is Ravensdale supposed to win this match when John can just distract the referee and prevent a count from even being made!?”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale wearily gets to his feet, trying to get the referee to turn around. While Ravensdale is distracted, Eric regains his senses and gets up behind him. Eric runs to Ravensdale, grabs him, and throws him injured shoulder-first into the turnbuckle post before rolling him up for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall and the NEW FTW Television Champion, Eric Vogel!”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale is just clutching his shoulder in the ring; I don’t think he is even concerned about the loss he just took.”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale might have just taken a serious injury; that takes precedence over a loss. Ravensdale might need some medical help, and thankfully, here come some EMTs.”

Dale McCoy: “Treachery not only took the title away from Ravensdale, they may have also taken away his career. The continued stress on that shoulder, cumulating here tonight, may have been too much for Ravensdale. I’m sorry that we don’t know more folks, but we have to bring this show to a close. Until we can give you an update, I’m Dale McCoy.”

Pendelton: “And I’m Pendelton, saying Aaron Blake is an ass.”
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