An opening clip shows us various highlights of the career of KWF Blogs’ new General Manager Edge. A voiceover form Edge says that “I have won the World Heavyweight Championship seven times. I am a multiple time Tag Team Champion, an Intercontinental Champion, United States Champion. I have won Money In The Bank, the Royal Rumble and I was 2001 King Of The Ring. Now, after retiring from in-ring competition, the Keystone Wrestling Federation has given me an opportunity. A once in a lifetime chance of taking all my experience, all my knowledge and creativity to make KWF Blogs… Rated R!”…
♫Wednesday Night Turmoil’s new opening video♫ «< click to play) plays and we pan and zoom into a ruckus Amway Center. The crowd are on their feet as Turmoil’s pyro’s explode and Jim Ross brings us in on commentary along with his broadcast colleague William Regal. JR: “Yes ladies and gentlemen we have a new General Manager of KWF Blogs and I can’t wait to see what Edge brings to Edgenesday nights!” Regal: “Edgenesday nights, who thought of that?! Listen JR, I know the crowd are going nuts for the Rated R SuperStar, but I for one must send my condolences to Mister Hulk Hogan and Mister Ric Flair.” JR reminds us that Regal is talking about how the Hulkster and the Nature Boy lost to Stone Cold Steve Austin and Sting this past Sunday at KWF WrestleMania. They thus relinquished their hold on the KWF and the Board was free to name a new GM. The comms go on to reflect on what an out-of-this-world spectacle Mania was and say that if you missed the show or just want to re-live KWF WrestleMania 2012 then click HERE now!
Alberto Del Rio vs. Sheamus
Alberto Del Rio’s entrance is met with boo’s as the Orlando crowd take their seats for the first out of the night. JR says that these two superstars competed in KWF’s Money In The Bank Ladder match “and it was Y2J who reached up to grab the briefcase William.” Regal: “Oh yes indeed. One of the good things that came out of WrestleMania was knowing that Chris Jericho has himself a future World Championship match. John Cena lost to AJ Styles, Hogan and Flair lost company control, but Jericho, you can always rely on Jericho to get the job done and he pulled one out of the bag at Mania. That match was full of chaos and calamity.” Del Rio and Sheamus have begun this match slowly and we watch as Del Rio finds it difficult to get any momentum. Sheamus uses the backing from the crowd to gain some advantage as he clobbers Del Rio by the ring apron to then weigh him down with his heavy forearm smashes. Sheamus lights up the crowd, after doing the same to Del Rio’s chest, and he roars toward them, but after Del Rio falls to ringside, he reaches in to grab Sheamus’ foot and he pulls the Irishman to the outside. JR and Regal wonder where these superstars’ careers will go next. Regal: “Poor Alberto was promised the world by Mister Hogan and Mister Flair, but they’re not here anymore.” JR: “Sure, but it’s a great start for him to be in the opening bout of Edge’s Turmoil William. The Rated R SuperStar has seen some potential I’m sure and it’s fabulous to see that we have such great athletes who come fresh out of Money In The Bank to compete here on Turmoil. What a way to kick off Edge’s new era.” The contest goes on and we watch as Del Rio maintains control for quite some time. He gets Sheamus back in the ring, but he can’t quite get the pin. Del Rio then looks to focus on Sheamus’ arm, but perhaps he’s addressed the arm too late as Sheamus powers through to drop Del Rio with an Irish Curse backbreaker. Sheamus gets up to the cheer of the crowd once more and Del Rio fights, but to no avail as The Great White Sheamus puts him away with the Celtic Cross! One! Two! Three!
The crowd stand and cheer to applaud an excellent match. JR says that Sheamus is on a roll. “He may have not won Money In The Bank, but he has not lost in singles competition since losing his tag partner, Vladimir Kozlov, to injury. Sheamus must be full of confidence now. I wonder where KWF Blogs is going to take him?!” Regal: “I don’t know Jim, but you can bet your lucky charms that Alberto Del Rio won’t be happy about this. Del Rio was overlooked for quite some time by the former co-Chairs and Edge gave him a massive opportunity tonight. Del Rio won’t be pleased by losing to Sheamus, and I doubt Edge will be impressed either.” Sheamus celebrates toward the fans as we head to commercials.
We are shown a recap video of KWF WrestleMania Axxess, showing fans enjoying the whole experience, including meet and greets with the likes of CM Punk, Kofi Kingston, Panther, Daniel Bryan and AJ Styles. Just as we come back into the arena where JR reiterates what a great weekend it was, the ♫music of former KWF World Champion John Cena♫ «< click to play) hits, and a very angry looking Doctor of Thuganomics makes his way out. JR: “Well three nights ago that man lost his Championship, and it doesn’t look like he’s cheered up any.” Regal: “Would you? The poor fellow lost all that was dear to him, and he got beaten on the biggest stage of the year. I’d be angry too, but then I wouldn’t lose in the first place.” Cena gets straight in the ring and is on the mic. He’s in no mood for rapping tonight, it’s all business. The fans are booing him loudly, before chanting ‘You got beat!’ ‘Cena Sucks!’ ‘You got beat!’ ‘Cena Sucks!’ Cena just looks straight up at the tron and says “Edge, get out here.” He paces the ring in wait. JR: “Cena’s calling out the new GM. And so early in the show.” Eventually, ♫You think you know me!♫ «< click to play) plays and Edge makes his way to the ring. The fans cheer for the new General Manager as he makes his first Live appearance on Turmoil. Edge climbs the turnbuckle to shoot the rock hands to the fans, but Cena shouts “Cut the music.” Edge looks round as his music ends and the fans boo. Edge steps off the ropes, grabs a mic and walks right up to Cena. “John, I’m not out here to pick a fight with you, but cut me off like that again and you’ll be demoted to ring announcer, no offence Justin. Now, I was just about to chow down on a nice big Cuban sandwich (fans cheer), in my skybox up there. (He points to his skybox and winks toward the fans) that’s right, I have a skybox. Anyway, I hear you call me out, so in the immortal words of Abraham Lincoln; what’s your beef chief?” The fans laugh, but Cena doesn’t. He looks straight faced at Edge and says “My rematch. Book it. For Turbulence.” Edge contemplates and answers “See, I don’t know about that John because…” but Cena interrupts. “Because what Edge? Huh? Because you want your boy AJ to keep the Title? Because you know that Sunday was a fluke, and if I get my hands on him again I’m gonna end his career? You and AJ, former Thundercat brothers, still close buddies, so how convenient that you become GM just as he wins the KWF Title.” Edge smirks. “Well John, as you were in many of our rivalries way back when I used to wrestle, you’re wrong. See I was appointed the new General Manager of the KWF by the Board because they know that I’m a fair guy. Sure I’ve taken shortcuts in my career, and I’ve been on the wrong side of corrupt, but ever since my livelihood was taken away from me I have realized that no-one in that locker room deserves to get screwed. We all only get one shot at this, and everyone who makes it here in the KWF worked their butts off to do so, including you, and so I could never single anyone out or favor one guy or girl over another. Yeah me and AJ have history, he’s a great guy, and you’re a tool of epic proportions. (Fans laugh and agree) But right now I’m not his friend, and I’m not your enemy. I am yours and his boss. Now, I’m running the whole show, and, coming back to your initial question, I have been thinking about Turbulence. You are due a rematch yes, it’s in your contract…” But before Edge can finish we hear ♫Miiiiiiiiisssstteeeeeeeerrrrrrrr!!!♫ «< click to play) and the self proclaimed Asshole, Mr Anderson, makes his way to the ring. The crowd cheer Anderson’s return as JR and Regal are shocked to see him here in Orlando. Anderson looks Edge up and down as he gets in the ring, before getting a mic of his own and saying “So… you’re the new sheriff in town? So are you the man I’ve got to see about getting me a KWF World Title shot?” Cena says “Whoa! You? I beat your ass down at SuperBrawl, what makes you think you can get back in on the big time?” Anderson turns to him and says “Hmm, gee, I guess it could do with the fact you screwed me harder than The Rock screwed your Mom.” The fans laugh as Cena looks incensed. Anderson: “Hey, I’m just going by what I hear on house shows man, but it sounded pretty convincing to me. How’s Eve by the way? Did she like your fruity pebble? Doesn’t matter.” Anderson goes back to Edge and says that, given how he got royally screwed in his Title match with Cena at SuperBrawl, he deserves to be the one to face AJ at Turbulence. Edge thinks and says “Alright, well the thing is, like I already said, Cena has a guaranteed rematch, it was in the match contract in black and white. But here’s the thing, this year, Turbulence is going to be coming to you Live all the way from Johannesburg, South Africa!” JR says “Wow, we’re heading to Africa!” Edge: “And I think it’s only fitting that they get a main event to remember, so how about at Turbulence, in South Africa, it’s AJ Styles versus John Cena, versus Mr. Anderson in a Triple Threat match for the KWF World Championship?!” The fans cheer loud for the announcement, as Anderson applauds it. Cena, however, is livid. He kicks the bottom rope in rage and shouts. “That’s bullsh*t!” But Edge isn’t done. “Oh and tonight, the main event will feature both of you. It’s going to be John Cena and the Big Show versus Mr. Anderson and Christian Cage!” ♫Edge’s music hits♫ «< click to play) as he leaves the fans chanting his name. JR: “Cena is beside himself with anger, while Anderson looks like the cat who got the cream.” Regal: “Indeed, cat being the operative word. I don’t believe for one second that Edge isn’t playing favorites. He’s made Cena’s life a lot more difficult and just handed Anderson a Title shot on a silver platter. And now his old pal Christian is in the main event tonight. Corruption JR. This place is riddled with it.” JR: “Will you stop it?!” Regal: “Don’t yell at me!”
Eve Torres vs. Madison Rayne
The bell rings and we are underway as the comms immediately talk up Edge’s new Rated R theme to Turmoil. JR: “Well I guess this is what Edge brings us. There’s a balance with him in charge and so far, I’ve commend him on being fair, giving the audience what they want and allowing KWF’s superstars and chicks to really show what they can do in the ring.” Regal: “Yeah, and throw in two muffins that have very little clothes on. Haha, I do not at all agree with Edge allowing Ken Anderson another Title shot, but we’ve seen the scantily clad sides of Eve Torres and Madison Rayne on WWE and TNA television of late and Edge is taking it to the extreme on Turmoil. This I can get on board with.” The contest goes on with Madison pulling Eve’s hair and tormenting her with her knees around Eve’s head, bashing them to the canvas and bouncing Eve face-first off the mat. Madison performs her Royal wave taunt toward the crowd and they boo her. They’re soon cheering though as Eve gets up to clutch Madison in a Small Package. She gets One, gets Two – but Rayne kicks out. The battle continues as the comms remind us how a new Women’s Champion was crowned at KWF WrestleMania. Regal: “Oh don’t get me started Jim. That feline furball Kaitlyn interrupted the chick Title match and her interference cost Angelina Love her Title!” JR: “Oh how can you say that? Angelina came to the ring with Velvet Sky and Kaitlyn came out to just make sure that Velvet wasn’t a bother to AJ. Kaitlyn didn’t touch Angelina, not once and yes, AJ got the victory, but it wasn’t because of Kaitlyn and Velvet fighting at ringside. Angelina would have lost to AJ one on one anyway, at least that’s my view. The Beautiful People have dominated the Women’s Division because they’ve always worked together. Finally an opponent of theirs has some Chickbusting back-up of their own and The BP don’t like it. Well ain’t that a shame haha.” We watch as Eve gains some momentum and she performs her rump-shaking taunt before performing a standing moonsault. However, Madison is quick to counter as she grasps Eve into a pinning predicament and clutches the ring ropes to aid some leverage and get the Three.
Winner: Madison Rayne.
JR says that Madison had the ropes and this result is unfair. Regal says that JR’s commentary’s even become Rated R, rooting for the likes of the Chickbusters and now saying that Madison cheated. “You’re meant to be impartial Jim!” Madison Royally waves toward the audience before pushing up her chest with both hands and winking toward the camera. JR: “What was that?” Regal: “She’s a clever girl Jim. She knows Edge is watching from up in his skybox and she knows that he just saw some class-A cleavage on his flat screen. She’s appealing to Mr Rated R and dare I say, she’s appealing to our audience too.”
We hear the slow murmurings of ♫‘Invincible’ by Machine Gun Kelly ft. Ester Dean♫ «< click to play). It gets louder and louder before the Mania logo explodes and we come into a fast paced video chronicling some of the events from this past Sunday’s KWF WrestleMania 2012. We see clips of how Rey Mysterio was dressed as Marvel Comics’ Venom. We see how Beyonce performed and how the Red Hot Chili Peppers rocked the foundations of the Sun Life Stadium. We see a shot of how The Absolute Lashley and the Masked Demon Kane both sat up at the exact same time during their match. We watch as CM Punk has an Anaconda Vise on The UnderTaker. We see AJ Styles get battered in the head as John Cena made it a target all night long. Ladies and gentlemen, KWF WrestleMania was full of moments that are going to go on to change the KWF forever. To read the show click HERE now and be part of KWF Blogs history.
Backstage we see Samoa Joe walking the halls and he’s proudly carrying his Hardcore Championship. He comes across KWF’s Hardcore Ambassador Mick Foley. Joe says: “So you still got a job huh?” Foley smiles and says “Hey Joe, it’s great to see ya man.” The two talk and Joe says that he’s glad Mick’s still here because if it weren’t for him then Joe would have never become Hardcore Champion, let alone defeat Mark Henry and Rob Van Dam this past Sunday. Foley says: “I always knew you could do it. It was a test Joe, a test of who you are not just physically, but mentally too. You took RVD’s words, Mark Henry’s stature and my poking and probing and you stood up out of it all Joe. I’m proud of you I really am.” Joe thanks Foley and says that he thought he had Mick all figured out, “but now I guess I have to admit that you’re just doing what’s best for Hardcore Wrestling.” Foley says that Joe’s a worthy Champion and now it’s Foley’s challenge to find a worthy challenger.
Austin Aries vs. ‘Black Machismo’ Jay Lethal
The bell rings and Black Machismo waves out toward the fans and they rise to their feet in memory of the legendary ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage. Lethal puts a hand out for Aries to shake, but A-Double decides to kick the hand away and he quickly gets Lethal in a headlock before taking down to the canvas for an early One-count. Regal: “Ha, so much for that old X-Division respect ay Jim?” JR: “Aries is abysmal. I mean it’s a one on one contest, but a little sportsmanship wouldn’t go amiss.” Regal: “Ahh you don’t know what you’re talking about JR. KWF superstars are in that ring to win matches. Sportsmanship always comes second no matter what division or who the opponent is.” We watch as Aries stays on top in the early exchange, but Lethal comes back with a snap suplex and he covers for a Two. Aries backs off to the corner almost as if he’s surprised that Lethal went for a quick cover. Aries gets to his feet and holds both his arms up. He nods as if to say he does respect Lethal, but then he rakes Lethal’s eyes and takes him down with a snapmare before going against the ropes and drilling Jay in the face with a low dropkick. The crowd boo as Aries cover, but Lethal kicks out at Two. The match goes on as JR and Regal remind us of Venom Mysterio’s X-Division Title loss at KWF’s WrestleMania this past Sunday. Regal: “It was a fascinating battle Jim and it was very different from our regular X-Division matches.” JR agrees, saying that it was a match where the old school of Crusierweight Rey Mysterio was against the submission master Daniel Bryan. Regal: “Oh I wouldn’t call that bearded idiot a ‘master’ JR. He got the better of Rey on one night, it was WrestleMania night and he rose to the occasion. It won’t happen again and I predict that Rey will get that Belt back before long.” The contest at hand goes back and forth as we see Austin Aries administer his Pendulum Elbow drop. He gets the cover, gets One, Two – but Lethal kicks out. Aries moans to the referee as the audience cheer Lethal back to his feet. He blasts Austin Aries with rights before sending him against the ropes. He grabs him upon his return and he tries the Lethal Combination, but Aries counters and he punches Lethal before lifting him into position for his finisher and he drills Lethal down for the Starrbuster (Brianbuster). One! Two! Three!
Winner: Austin Aries.
Aries wins, but only just. That match could have gone either way as Regal talks up A-Double. JR says that Aries doesn’t need to do the sneaky things he does to be a great competitor. Regal argues that it’s because of those acts that Aries is as successful as he is. JR wonders how Jay Lethal must be feeling, reminding us that Jay’s not had a victory here on KWF Blogs ever since the falling apart of the nWo Wolfpac. Regal laughs saying that Jay’s finally been found out and that he’s not as good as he thinks he is. JR says that Lethal’s a brilliant athlete and that this is just a blip in his career.
Backstage we’re with KWF interviewer Jeremy Borash and he’s… “Shut up JB!” says Velvet Sky as The Beautiful People step into the picture. Angelina has her head down and she looks furious. Velvet yells toward JB and to the camera. “Chickbusters?! Chickbusters?! These are the little girls that took on two of the hottest women in the world at WrestleMania?! Are you kidding me?!” Angelina is calm at first: “You know what, last week we let it go. We thought, you know, the Chickbusters won the tag match, it was fine because we knew we’d win at WrestleMania. But we didn’t get it done and it was because of those two freakin fairies that seem to think they’re living in Disneyland right now!” Angelina goes on to shout: “AJ! Kaitlyn! You two humiliated us at WrestleMania. Do you know who we are?! Do you have any idea what you’ve done?!” Angelina storms off the scene as Velvet slams the mic back in JB’s chest and she storms off too. JB finishes: “Well ladies and gentlemen The Beautiful People feel humiliated after Angelina Love lost the Women’s Championship at WrestleMania this past Sunday. JR, William, back to you.”
♫I hear voices in my head, they council me, they understand, they talk to me!♫ «< click to play). The fans make noise as the new KWF Intercontinental Champion heads to the ring. Randy Orton pinned Matt Morgan in the Fatal-4-Way bout at WrestleMania this past Sunday to reclaim a Belt he hasn’t held since 2004, when ironically he lost it to the new KWF GM Edge. Almost eight years on and he has it around his waist again. JR spouts about how great it was to see the Intercontinental Title seem to matter again. JR: “An iconic Title that has been overlooked on house shows for so long. But seeing Morgan, Orton, Ziggler and even The Great One The Rock compete like their lives depended on it at WrestleMania almost brought a tear to this old man’s eye.” Regal: “I too hold an affinity for that Belt, but I’m still a little suspicious as to Orton’s prerogative here.” Orton is in the ring wearing his new KWF Viper t-shirt. He talks about how much Sunday meant to him, winning the Intercontinental Title at WrestleMania in front of 75,000 fans. He says how he watched great matches for the Belt at previous WrestleMania’s including a classic between Roddy Piper and Bret Hart, and the infamous Ladder match between Shawn Michaels and Scott Hall. He tells us all how his first reign was as the 99th Champion of all time, and now he holds the Belt in the 133rd reign. “The amount I have achieved in between those reigns has been nothing short of incredible. But I sat back and I watched people go after this Title, openly saying it was just a stepping stone, a badge to get before going onto the supposed ‘real Title’. Well the way I see it, AJ Styles only had to beat a man who couldn’t wrestle his way out of a wet paper bag.” The fans ‘ooooh’. “I had to beat a seven-foot monster in Matt Morgan, one of the most promising if over-confident superstars around in Dolph Ziggler, and possibly the greatest superstar to ever lace up a pair of boots, The Rock.” The fans cheer The Rock’s name, but before Orton can continue we hear ♫Whoooa!! You’re just smoke and mirrors!!!♫ «< click to play). Orton looks up to the stage to see his former Legacy running buddy, Cody Rhodes, come out to the stage. He has a mic in hand. “Randy, Randy, Randy. Congratulations on your success. The new Intercontinental Champion. I must say that after a decade in the industry, you have come a long way, and after all that time, ten long years, here you are, holding a stepping stone.” Orton seethes as the fans boo. Rhodes continues: “I know all about stepping stones. I just got rid of one of my own. Ted DiBiase was great to have around as a Tag Team partner. But we’d hit our KWF peak and have since had little to no success because while I was in the gym, Ted would be with some pathetic bunch of no-names he calls his DiBiase Posse.” The crowd cheer as Cody literally shivers at the thought. He goes on: “Ted DiBiase was holding me back so I cast him aside and now I’m going it alone. No one to rely on, no one I have to trust. Just me… And then there was you Randy. You were a stepping stone I used. You were doing nothing of note, and so desperately took on me and Ted to help you get Gold at a WWE WrestleMania house show, and even then you couldn’t get the job done. It’s no wonder that now you’re on your own, you’ve had to settle for that Title.” JR: “Settle? Just who does this jumped up little snot-nose think he is?” Rhodes continues, saying that Orton is being selfish by winning the Intercontinental Title. He says that the Belt is meant for people like himself, to win on their way to inevitable greatness and the KWF World Title. “Randy, after ten years you’re going back to where you started because you are already a has been!” Orton snaps back “This Title is better than twerps like you Cody. You don’t pass this Belt and collect $200, you earn it, you fight for it, you win it when you deserve to win it. Now if you ever want a future shot at it, you can’t prove it up there with this (motioning the mic), but you win it in here, with these (motioning to his fists). So how about you quit yapping and show me just how close you are to so-called greatness Cody?” Rhodes looks a little taken aback as Orton drops his mic. Before Cody can answer, Edge’s face pops up on the Tron. “Err, let me make this easy. Cody Rhodes versus Randy Orton is next! Haha, I love this job!” Rhodes looks slightly alarmed, but then a look of determination etches across his face and he marches to the ring as we cut to commercial.
Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes
We return and this bout has already begun, and Randy is already in complete control. He has Cody in the corner and is firing rights at this body and face. Randy goes to Irish whip Rhodes into the opposite corner, but it’s reverse and Orton is slammed into the turnbuckles. But he doesn’t seem to feel it too badly as he races out and clotheslines Cody down, then again, then ducks an attempted punch before hitting a snap powerslam. He’s going to ‘that place’ as he slams his fists down, ready to execute an RKO. But as Cody gets up, he sees The Viper coiled and rolls out of the ring. As the match continues, JR refers to Cody’s earlier comments that he has ‘dropped’ Ted DiBiase, effectively ending the Tag Team of Legacy. “This is his first match in the KWF as a singles competitor, but I bet he wishes he had some back-up right now.” Regal: “Nonsense, Cody’s doing just fine here.” Regal turns out to be correct as the action is on the outside and Cody reverses another whip attempt, sending Orton into the steel ring-post. This allows Rhodes to take charge, as he takes things back into the ring. He works Orton over, talking trash as he does and the crowd boo at Rhodes singles’ debut. Rhodes gets Orton in a headlock, before hitting sharp shots to the forehead. Cody gets cocky and starts circling the ring, showing off his physique and making the Belt sign around his waist. Orton starts to get up, and so Cody goes back to him and starts hitting further shots, but Orton fights back and manages to get the better of Cody, before flooring him with a standing dropkick. The fans cheer as he lines him up and hits his patented backbreaker. He’s all fired up as Rhodes tries to escape to the apron, but this doesn’t work as Orton grabs him and pulls him through the ropes, before hitting a DDT. He lines up again for an RKO, but as Rhodes rises he pushes him away, before kicking The Viper in the gut. He races past him and springs off the middle rope for a Disaster Kick, but Orton ducks and *BAM!* RKO! He hooks the leg and gets the Three.
Winner: Randy Orton.
The fans go nuts for The KWF’s Apex Predator as he has his arm raised. He is handed his Title and he looks at it, before looking at Cody and giving him a look as if to say “You’re still a long way off this son.” He raises it to the cheering audience.
We head to the back where we can see The Dudleys walking the halls. They seem to be in a posher part of the arena, carpeted floors and everything. They come to a door which says ‘Edge’ on it. They knock and go in. Edge is there in his skybox. We can see the arena and audience in the background, and even Cody Rhodes, who is just getting to his feet. Edge stands up to greet The Dudleys. “I didn’t actually say ‘come in’ but whatever. What can I do for you gentlemen?” Bubba and Devon are unusually nice. They straighten out Edge’s jacket, and offer their hands. Edge warily shakes them. Bubba: “Congratulations buddy. Great that you got the GM’s job. Thank God they gave it to one of the old school and not some jumped up suit who knows nothing about the business. When you showed up at WrestleMania, me and Devon were so elated, we almost dropped our KWF Tag Team Title Belts, you know, the ones we successfully defended against The Hart Dynasty. Anyway Rated R, we just came to say, welcome back man.” Edge has a defensive look on his face, but says “Err, yeah, thanks guys. I saw your defense against Tyson and David, and while they’ve got great potential, I would have thought the two of you could have handled yourselves without the help of LAX.” Devon: “Ha, those chumps? Man we didn’t need their help and we never asked for it.” Bubba: “Yeah, come on Edge, you know that we only come as two.” Bubba mentions the great Tag matches the Dudleys had against Edge and Christian years ago, and Edge reminisces with them. He almost seems to be loosening up, as a smile at the memories cracks across his face. He then drops the smile and says “But now, I’m in charge, of all the KWF, including the Tag Division. And it’s my job to find two guys who can give you two a run for your money. And don’t think our history means I’m gonna go easy on you. I’ve seen you wrestle well this year, but also cheat your asses off about 90 percent of the time. So stay focused, but beware Boyz, my version of a KWF Tag Division just might leave you behind if you don’t stay on the pace. Enjoy the rest of your evening gentlemen, I look forward to working with you.” Bubba and Devon aren’t so sure they like what Edge had to say, but they give him fake smiles and exit.
We head back to ringside where JR talks excitedly about what Edge could do for the Tag Division “Which is already far superior to anything we’ve seen on house shows for almost a decade!” Regal concurs, but disagrees with JR’s assertion that The Dudleys were sucking up. “That was as sincere a welcome as I’ve seen.” With that, the ♫music of the Big Show♫ «< click to play) hits as we get set for our main event of the evening.
Big Show & John Cena vs. Christian Cage & Mr. Anderson
All four men are in the ring, and Cena and Anderson both have their eyes fixed on each other, that is until Big Show clobbers Ken and this match gets underway. Anderson is backed up into the corner and Show is hitting him in the stomach with his mighty fists. He then shushes the crowd to hit an open palmed slap across the chest, but Anderson moves and starts smashing Show around the head with a series of rights. So heavy are the hits that he forces Show down, before backing up and coming back to his a facewash kick across the face. As Anderson hangs over the ropes he looks over the Cena. He then goes to stomping Show, working the ankle. “Anderson is on fire here, as he works down the Big Show. And this is the man who got himself a KWF Title shot for Turbulence earlier tonight.” JR goes on to remind us that Anderson convinced Edge to make a Triple Threat match for next month’s pay-per-view from South Africa, featuring the Asshole, John Cena and KWF World Champion AJ Styles. Regal says it was an outrage that Cena’s rematch isn’t one-on-one, but JR counters by saying he should have thought of that before screwing Anderson in their match at SuperBrawl. Regal: “What on earth is Anderson’s gimmick all about anyway? Arsehole?! I mean, who calls themselves that?!” JR: “Oh I think Ken Anderson isn’t so much of an a-hole as he says, but I think he is perceived that way because he tells things like they really are. There’s no front and no politics with him and I think that’s an indeering quality. It’s nice to see such an honest superstar for a change.” Regal: “Honest?! Anderson’s honest?! What kind of Mickey Mouse show is this? Go to Epcot or something Jim. Jeez.” The match goes on as Anderson has tagged in Christian. Captain Charisma has tried to continue working over Show, but he gets pushed away, and then clotheslined down. Show raises his hand to the air and roars as the crowd boo and we head to commercial.
The final break of the night ends and we’re back, as Cena has been tagged in and he is punishing Christian. He hits a snap suplex, followed by a leg drop and a pin. Cage kicks out, so Cena tries to lock on a submission move. An attempt at a crossface is unsuccessful as Christian wriggles free, before a drop toe hold causes Cena to fall onto the middle rope. Christian runs up and leaps over the top rope, landing on the outside and slapping Cena across the face. The fans cheer as he gets back in the ring. Cena looks at Cage with fire in his eyes, before chasing him to the corner. Christian thinks fast and leaps onto the middle turnbuckle, before jumping over Cena and getting him pinned with a sunset flip. He gets One, gets Two, but Cena kicks out. Christian then waits for Cena to get up, before going for a KillSwitch. Cena pushes him away, and Anderson makes a blind tag on Cage. Cena isn’t aware as he picks the Canadian up for an FU, but Anderson comes in and saves his partner, kicking Cena in the gut. Christian drops down, and he and Anderson hit a double DDT on the former KWF Champ. Big Show takes exception and enters, but he misses with a double clothesline, and Anderson and Cage work together again to spectacularly hit a double suplex. The fans go wild as Anderson pins Cena, but gets only Two. It’s now Anderson and Cena legal, and they go back and forth as we see a preview of Turbulence. JR: “Imagine this carnage at Turbulence, but with the KWF Champion thrown into the mix as well!” Regal: “Live from South Africa as well Jim, KWF’s is super global!” Anderson goes for a Mic Check, but Cena blocks him, before hitting a spinout side suplex. He looks out to the crowd, before doing the ‘U Can’t C Me!’ taunt and hitting the 5-Knuckle Shuffle. The fans boo as he sets up for the FU, but Anderson wriggles out of it and hits a Russian leg sweep. He then crawls across and tags Christian back in. Cage comes in and springs off the middle rope as Cena gets up, hitting a cross body, getting Two. He then races over to the far corner, but as he goes to run at Cena, Show reaches in and pushes Cage. Christian gets in Show’s face as they jaw-jack. Cena races over to the other corner and knock Anderson off the apron. This gets the referee’s attention, so Show takes advantage and hits Christian with a Knockout Punch. Cena catches him before he falls and lifts him up, then down for an FU. He covers and gets the Three.
Winners: John Cena and The Big Show.
♫Cena’s music hits♫ «< click to play) as the boos ring around the Amway Center. “Orlando does not approve of John Cena, and I can’t say I blame them.” JR says. Regal says it’s massively disrespectful, and that he was very impressed by The Doctor of Thuganomics. “To put in a performance like that and win only days after the worst day of his life shows guts, and shows the stones of a true Champion. I do hope AJ Styles was watching. He knows that his reign is going to be a short one with John Cena hunting back his Title.” JR: “Well Anderson also showed his credentials tonight, and I look forward to seeing how this all pans out. That’ll do us for this week folks. Only 51 and a half weeks to go until the next KWF WrestleMania. We hope you’ve enjoyed what a full throttle thrill a minute week it’s been in the KWF, and as always be sure to send us your feedback via the official KWF twitter page @kwfblogs! Goodnight everybody.” Regal: “Thanks for reading folks.” We fade out on the image of Cena having his arm raised by Show as Anderson looks on from the outside.