We see a slow-motion video package that highlights the conclusion to last week’s show… Edge had invited CM Punk out to the ring. Edge: “Punk you’re my KWF World Heavyweight Champion, the Champ of the KWF, you’re our KWF World Heavyweight Champion and first of all, I have to say that my announcement tonight humbles me. It humbles me and I feel so privileged to be able to make such a main event.”… we see that Edge also invited Samoa Joe to the ring and Joe was holding his Feast or Fired, guaranteed World Title match briefcase. Edge: “You won’t be needing that now Joe. You see, I’m grateful that I have this job and boy am I glad that I get to make the following announcement. Ladies and gentlemen, the main event at KWF Bound For Glory 2012 will be Samoa Joe challenging CM Punk for the KWF World Heavyweight Championship!” Next, we see snapshots of the audience and their expressions as they went wild at the announcement. The video fades out and into: ♫Wednesday Night Turmoil’s opening video♫ «< click to watch).
We come Live into the SunDome where a ruckus crowd is on its feet. Jim Ross and William Regal welcome us on commentary and both concur that Punk versus Joe at Bound For Glory could be a match of the century contender. Regal: “Oh I’m looking forward to it Jim. I’ve never anticipated a Bound For Glory match quite like I am this one. Punk’s the Champ, his career’s been boosted since defeating Kurt Angle twice and then winning the KWF Title. Now, rather than defend against an absent Chris Jericho, Punk’s got to deal with the challenge of the Samoan Submission Machine. I’m telling you Jim, KWF Bound For Glory’s going to be epic!” JR says that he can’t disagree. He tells that he’s been watching videos of Punk versus Joe on You Tube. “They’ve fought many-a-time in the past folks in the Ring Of Honor wrestling promotion. They were young up and comers then. Now they’re at the big time and KWF Bound For Glory, wow, it’s going to be a momentous occasion and October 21st can’t come soon enough.”
As JR and Regal continue building up Bound For Glory, Styler makes an entrance with British Invasion leader Wade Barrett in tow. The comms turn their attention to tonight and tell that we’re going to be treated to some great action this evening. JR: “Sheamus will be wrestling tonight. Alberto Del Rio is back after his one-month suspension and our Champ is in the house folks. CM Punk will main event Turmoil Live here tonight!” Regal: “Yes yes Jim, but let’s focus on the here and now. Young Styler’s in action and Wade Barrett, the principal, is watching his every move.” Sin Cara makes his entrance and the crowd cheer him as we get set for our opening bout of the evening.
Styler w/ Wade Barrett vs. Sin Cara
The two lock up and Sin Cara is immediately on the offense, taking Styler to the canvas with a hip-toss. Styler gets up and Cara back-elbows him in the gut before lifting his legs around the Brit’s neck and taking him over in a headscissor takedown. Styler’s dizzy in the corner. He looks toward Wade Barrett who stands there looking unimpressed. The contest goes on and the comms discuss Wade Barrett’s problems as leader of the British Invasion. JR reminds us that the Brits had a terrible losing record in Barrett’s absence and since Wade’s return at Casino Warfare, the British Invasion are determined to do better for their boss. Regal: “I’ve spoken to Wade many times Jim and he’s told me that he’s trying to take his faction back to basics. I mean, Wade had a match against CM Punk on Turmoil two weeks ago. The Brits tried to help him win, but really all they did was get in the way. Since then the Welsh Dragons have lost to The Hart Dynasty and now Styler’s got this chance against Sin Cara. In my estimation, basics means that you wrestle to win. It’s as simple as that. You minimize mistakes within that squared circle and you win. Wade’s not going to be happy is the British Invasion as individuals can’t get wins under their Belts though. That’s the plan. Drill them to win and then work on their cohesiveness as a unit.” We watch as Styler gets some impressive counters on Sin Cara, but every attack Styler mounts is slow and while that strategy is intended to slow down Sin Cara, all it really does is motivate Cara to electrify the match and energize the audience once again. JR: “Sin Cara is the outstanding luchador superstar that has emerged from Mexico in recent years. He’s a great competitor and he feeds off the cheers of the fans. His performance in return is all-action and the audience loves the effort he puts in.” Regal: “Sin Cara’s one of those guys that is a standard-bearer of X-Division wrestling. The man is the definition of a human highlight reel and he along with wrestler’s such as Amazing Red and Jack Evans, they’re great adverts for our fly-weights. But, and I mean this, athletes like Sin Cara will fly as high as they want, but they can only win the match by pinning their opponent or making them submit. That’s where men like Austin Aries, Christopher Daniels and in this case Styler are superior, because they understand where to pick their spots and they know that the match is won not in the air, but on the canvas.” With that though, it turns out that Styler hasn’t picked the right spots for this contest and Sin Cara performs La Mistica for a submission finish. Styler’s nowhere near the ropes and Barrett watches on as his Brit taps out.
Winner by way of Submission: Sin Cara.
♫Sin Cara’s music♫ «< click to play) hits and the crowd cheer as Cara celebrates this most impressive victory. JR: “See there Mister Regal, you talk about Sin Cara’s high-flying and the notion that he doesn’t have the nous to win on the canvas. La Mistica just proved you wrong if I may say so Sir.” Regal: “Ahh, come on Jim, it was more Styler’s mistake than Sin Cara’s victory. Such a shame. Wade won’t be happy with this performance. It seems like he has a lot more work to do. The British Invasion are still a losing outfit.” Cara celebrates as we see Wade Barrett shaking his head at ringside.
It’s now time for the Turmoil recap. Last week’s show emanated from Topeka, Kansas, where we were treated to Mr. Anderson against The Miz, The Hart Dynasty took on The Welsh Dragons, Cody Rhodes went up against Eric Young, there was X-Division action as Amazing Red and Rey Mysterio went face-to-face, and the night’s main event saw the KWF Women’s Title put on the line as Madison Rayne had her rematch against Kaitlyn, but The Beautiful People stuck their unwanted noses in once again. Elsewhere we also heard from X-Div Champ Christopher Daniels, Panther had an update on Why So Serious for Edge, Randy Orton told the world that he will be waiting for his Intercontinental Title shot until Survivor Series, there was an update on Chris Jericho’s disappearance, and Edge revealed that the new number one contender for CM Punk’s KWF Title will be… Samoa Joe! To read the full show on another exciting night of KWF Blogs, click HERE now!
We are backstage in the Kingdom of Dolph Ziggler. There is no sign of King Dolph, or The Beautiful People. There is only the Women’s Champion, Queen Kaitlyn, who is sobbing with her head in her hands. We hear the door open and she looks up expecting to see Dolph, Angelina or Velvet, but her frightened face turns to happiness as she looks down and sees that it’s Hornswoggle who’s wandered in, resplendent in his little Butler outfit. “Hey Swogs, I’m glad to see you. I don’t know how much more of this I can take. It was fine when it was just me and Dolph, I could ignore him. But with those two trophy wenches of his in tow, I just can’t escape.” Hornswoggle taps the Women’s Title, and sticks his thumbs up, but Kaitlyn doesn’t cheer up. “Where’s the glory in that? Face it, I’m only Champion because of those two.” He then pats her on the leg, before looking around, then passing her a note. He then laughs and runs away. Kaitlyn looks confused as she reads the note, before looking out the door and down the hall where Hornswoggle has run to.
We see Hornswoggle run right by Jeremy Borash, who is standing by for an interview and has to shoo him away. He then moves on to introduce us to his “guest at this time”, none other than Cody Rhodes. Rhodes steps into shot looking very pleased with himself. JB: “Cody, my first question has to be that last week, after your match with Eric Young, you viciously attacked him for no apparent reason. Just what was going through your mind?” Rhodes continues to smile. “First of all, last week I ‘beat’ Eric Young, you conveniently left that part out. As for what I did after, well I assure you and all of the KWF fans that it wasn’t nothing personal against Eric. I couldn’t care less about that bearded fish loving freak. No, I was sending a message, a message to Edge. He has overlooked my talents for far too long, and say what you want about my actions last week, but I got noticed. I was trending worldwide, and now this week you want to talk to me all of a sudden. It’s no coincidence. So I went to Edge, and I told him I wanted a Title match, an opportunity on KWF Blogs and eventually, Edge gave it to me. At Bound For Glory, I will be challenging Sheamus for the KWF Hardcore Championship!” JB looks stunned, and asks Cody if he’s at all worried about the difference in size. “Of course Sheamus is twice the size of me, but I’m ten times smarter than he is, I am more agile, and I am more ruthless when it comes to using weapons. This is my shot at getting the Gold that I deserve, and I’m going to take it at Bound For Glory and become the new Hardcore Champion!” Rhodes exits leaving JB to hand it back to JR and Regal. JR: “So Cody Rhodes pulled that stunt last week to get noticed? Give me a break!” Regal: “Be fair Jim, it worked. He got Edge by the short and curlies and argued himself a Title shot. He was relentless in his pursuit of glory, much like the European Ryder Cup team, ha ha ha.” JR: “Oh be quiet.”
We’re back in the arena, and after Alberto Del Rio wows the fans by turning up in an $180,000 Audi R8 V10, Mr. Anderson comes out and shows off his Ferrari baseball cap before announcing himself. JR laughs at the intent, but Regal dismisses it as proof that Anderson doesn’t deserve to be within fifty-feet of Del Rio. Before the match begins, ♫the music of Christian Cage♫ «< click to play) hits, and the Canadian comes out to join the commentary table.
Alberto Del Rio vs. Mr. Anderson – Christian Cage on commentary
As the match begins and the duo lock up, JR reminds us that this is Del Rio’s first night back since the one month suspension he received for attacking D’Angelo Dinero backstage, denying The Pope his number one contender match against Randy Orton for the Intercontinental Title. The bout has begun in typical fashion, with Del Rio getting the upper hand thanks to underhanded tactics. He uses this advantage to work Anderson over, as Regal talks about the boost it would give the Mexican Aristocrat if he can knock off the Intercontinental Champion here. “Edge has treated Mr. Del Rio terribly since he took charge, but a win tonight could force him to take notice, just like Cody Rhodes last week.” JR: “Well let’s hope it’s not ‘exactly’ like Cody Rhodes last week.” Christian comes in: “Edge doesn’t play the GM game by normal rules. He helps out his buddies, simple as that. I never realized Ken Anderson was part of his cliq, but there you go. Despite all the obstacles he keeps putting in my way though, I will emerge from Bound For Glory as Intercontinental Champion once again, you can count on that.” Del Rio stomps away at the arm of Anderson, clearly leading towards his Cross-Armbreaker finisher. He grabs the arm, before leaping over the top rope, causing it to snap back. Del Rio lands on his feet on the outside and points to his head, letting the fans know how smart he is. They boo him as we head to commercial, and JR wonders if Anderson can get back into it.
When we return, Del Rio is still working the arm, and has an arm lock applied. Anderson is in pain, but he thinks fast and pokes Del Rio in the eye, breaking the hold. Regal: “Hey! That’s illegal” JR: “Alberto knew he was facing Anderson, and he’s a self-proclaimed A-hole. Eye for an eye there, no pun intended.” Anderson starts picking off Del Rio now with shots, before an elbow to the head sends him down. He hits a knee drop, before picking his opponent up, and hitting the rolling fireman’s carry slam, hooking the leg but getting only Two. He is in the ascendancy, but is soon distracted as he notices Christian waving at him. Cage: “That’s right, look over here. So easily distracted, it’s like a monkey being Champ. But then I guess he’s from Green Bay, not exactly the hub of all intelligence.” Anderson manages to avoid an attempt at a blindside by Del Rio, and sends him into the ring post, before going for the Mic Check. However, Del Rio elbows him away, and then goes for the Cross Armbreaker himself, but Anderson blocks, and clotheslines him down. All of a sudden, Christian takes his headphones off, and makes his way toward the ring. He stops as Anderson turns around, but then throws his water bottle at him. He misses and it hits the ramp on the far side. However, the Intercontinental Champion doesn’t snap like JR anticipates, but instead calmly invites him into the ring. He even sits on the middle rope and waves his arm. “Come on Cage! Be my guest! You want get involved, let’s see how that goes for ya!” However, his waving arm is soon clamped upon by Del Rio, who finally gets him down in the Cross Armbreaker. Anderson is struggling and can’t reach the ropes, much to Christian’s delight. Anderson has no choice but to tap.
Winner: Alberto Del Rio.
♫Del Rio’s music♫ «< click to play) plays and he has his hand raised by the official, as Christian heads to the ramp and retrieves his water. He has a huge grin on his face, as Anderson shoots him daggers while still laying on the canvas and holding his arm. JR: “Christian Cage should never have been out here on the first place. If anyone was gonna pull something like that, it was gonna be that Creepy Little Bastard!” Regal: “Calm yourself Jim. Why not just praise the great comeback by Del Rio. Almost as great as the comeback by Europe in the Ryder Cup, ba-ha-ha!” JR: “I don’t even like golf!”
Walking backstage we follow Bubba-Ray and Devon Dudley as they approach a door labeled Rated R GM. They open the door without knocking and storm into Edge’s skybox. Edge isn’t too happy about how The Dudleys have walked in. Bubba: “What’s the matter Edge? You look like ya seen a ghost? A ghost maybe that you’ve invited to Bound For Glory?!” Edge: “Look, if you guys are here to moan about Why So Serious’ return then please turn around and exit the door.” Devon: “We’re not here for that.” Bubba: “Yeah, we’re not. We’re here to tell you Edge that we’ve held Tag Team Gold for over a year and we want to be one of the headline acts at Bound For Glory. Tell’m Devon.” Devon: “That’s right Bubba. Look Edge, we don’t care that you don’t have a wrestling career anymore and yeah, we love to rub it in your face that while you went single and won World Titles, we remained a unit and we still have the Gold – and we still have our wrestling careers.” Edge rolls his eyes: “Cheap shots? Really?” Bubba: “Listen to him, moron!” Devon: “We want a match at Bound For Glory and as your Tag Team Champions, we really shouldn’t have to ask for that.” Edge: “Alright alright, now you listen. As pig-headed and as arrogant as you two are, I’m way ahead of you on this one. Turmoil’s had tag team matches over the past two weeks and the winners of those matches are competing here tonight. It’s going to be The Usos against The Hart Dynasty and whichever team wins will go on to challenge you guys at Bound For Glory.” The Dudleys seem pretty satisfied and Edge tells them that their Tag Title defense will be early on the BFG card because if they lose, then perhaps he won’t have to bring back Why So Serious after all. The Dudleys exit as we fade to commercials.
Back in the ring, ♫Madison Rayne’s music♫ «< click to play) hits and the former Women’s Champion heads to the squared circle. Regal states that it’s always a delight to see Madison, but has no idea what she wants. She grabs a mic and gets into the ring. She is furious, and states her belief that she should rightfully be the Women’s Champion, but that she has now been screwed twice in recent weeks. Regal: “Wahey!” JR: “Will you stop it?” Rayne goes on to say that she demands that Kaitlyn come down to the ring now so that she can speak to her face to face. Kaitlyn makes her entrance, but King Dolph is with her. Kaitlyn doesn’t appear to want Dolph there, but he walks in front of her and gets into the ring, not opening the ropes for her, being a complete douche rather than a gentleman. Madison tries to ignore Dolph’s presence, and tells Kaitlyn that she demands a rematch at Bound For Glory, this time with a clean finish with no Beautiful People interference, and not only that, but she wants Kaitlyn to put her Queen-ship on the line. Dolph grabs the mic from Kaitlyn, and says “No way! You had your rematch and you couldn’t get it done! The Women’s Title belongs in my Kingdom, my Queens are the Champions, and you’re not going to muscle in on their glory. You’ll just have to head to the back of the queue.” However, a pissed off Kaitlyn rips the mic back off Ziggler, and says “Or, to put it another way, abso-freakin-lutely, you’re on Madison!” Dolph is outraged, and the comms can’t believe it. The King sets to yell at Kaitlyn, but Edge pipes up from his Skybox. “Hey Dolph, up here buddy. I got a little proposition for you now. I want to put your ‘Kingdom’ in action tonight, and seeing as you’re the King, you can choose how you’re going to compete. It’ll either be Kaitlyn teaming up with Sheamus in mixed-tag action against…” but before Edge can finish, Dolph says “No! No way! I make the calls around here! I am the King of the KWF! No way is she teaming up with that big ginger tree!” Edge: “Huh, well that’s pretty emphatic, very well Dolph, I’ll back your say so. Tonight’s main event will not be a mixed-tag match, it will in that case be the KWF World Champion CM Punk going one-on-one with… Dolph Ziggler!” Once more, the King is outraged. Kaitlyn is trying not to laugh, Madison has already left the ring having got her match for the pay-per-view, and JR and Regal can barely keep up. JR: “My goodness, that’s a lot of information to take in a short time. Queen Kaitlyn will face Madison Rayne one more time at Bound For Glory, and not only is the Women’s Title on the line, but so is Kaitlyn’s Queen-ship. And tonight’s main event, well, King Dolph really walked into this one, he refused to allow Kaitlyn to tag with Sheamus, and so now he has to face the World Champion CM Punk!” Regal: “Such irresponsible GM-ing Jim. Terrible decision by Edge.” JR: “Oh it’s going to be a great match. And that’s not all, I’m hearing that as Sheamus won’t be in mixed-tag action tonight, he will be in singles action against The Gold Standard, Shelton Benjamin, and that’s next!”
Shelton Benjamin vs. Sheamus
Both men get a good reception as we come back from commercial. As the match begins, JR points out that when The Celtic Warrior first showed up on WWE House Shows as part of the former ‘ECW’ brand, one of his first rivalries was with Benjamin, and they had some classic matches as Sheamus announced himself on the scene. “Sheamus is now a very different person though, with a more calm and calculated wrestling style as opposed to the Irish brawling that saw him end the career of Jamie Noble mere weeks after he debuted against The Gold Standard.” Regal: “I miss that Sheamus, he was devastating.” JR: “Well make no mistake, the Great White can still brawl with anyone, that’s why he’s Hardcore Champion.” Sheamus dominates early on, using his power game to wear down Shelton. He fires him into the corner and hits a running clothesline, before beating his chest and yelling “Fella!” He brings Shelton back up, and hits a couple of short clotheslines, followed by a suplex and pin attempt, getting two. JR points out that, as this is not being fought under Hardcore rules, the Irishman is trying to wrestle as opposed to fight, and it seems to be working. That is until he underestimates the agility of the former Thundercat, and Shelton turns an Irish whip attempt into a spinning heel kick as his springs back off the middle rope. The crowd cheer, suggesting that they have no real preference of Sheamus or Benjamin, they just want to see a great match.
Benjamin enjoys some offense, using his speed advantage to hit some shots, and a swinging neckbreaker. He gets a couple of near falls, but Sheamus powers out of them. JR moves on to discuss with Regal the news we learned earlier tonight, that Cody Rhodes will be challenging Sheamus for his Hardcore Championship at Bound For Glory. Regal is still praising the fact that Cody has been rewarded for his vicious attack on Eric Young last week. “He showed that he has the psychotic mentality needed to thrive in the Hardcore Division, and Sheamus is going up against his intellectual superior, which could spell trouble for this red headed monster.” JR says he’s not so sure facing Sheamus under Hardcore rules is any kind of reward, and that Rhodes shouldn’t underestimate how intelligent the fighting Irishman is. They also discuss both men’s days in the KWF Tag Team Division, with Shelton enjoying multiple Title reigns alongside AJ Styles, and Sheamus being part of the World Elite’s deadly duo alongside Vladimir Kozlov. “Now they stand as singles competitors, and they’re putting on a pretty good show for these fans.” The match has gone back and forth, with both men giving as good as they get. Regal concedes he thought Sheamus would win this comfortably, but Shelton is running him close. He hits a Dragonwhip Kick, and even manages a T-Bone Suplex, but again the resilience of Sheamus keeps him in it. Sheamus has recovered and again goes to launch Shelton into the corner, but again Benjamin is quick minded enough to leap onto the top rope, before jumping back and *BAM!* head first straight into a Brogue Kick! Sheamus covers and gets the inevitable one, two and three.”
Sheamus celebrates his win as the fans cheer and applaud. JR: “Great match, but it is the Hardcore Champion who comes out on top.” Regal: “It’s always nice to see a spectacle like that, but Sheamus should know he’s in for a far greater challenge in the shape of Cody Rhodes at Bound For Glory. A young man who is hungry for Championship Gold, and has all the tools at his disposal to take it.” Sheamus beats his chest and roars to the crowd once more as we head to commercial.
We’re back Live from commercials and there’s a silence upon the SunDome. ♫Music hits♫ «< click to play) and the crowd rise to their feet. Regal: “Wait a minute, Jim?” JR: “William that’s, that’s awfully familiar music.” The tron rises and out from under it indeed steps the immortal Hulk Hogan! Many of the fans cheer the appearance of the Hulkster as the comms tell that we haven’t seen Hogan on KWF Blogs since he and Ric Flair lost to Sting and Stone Cold Steve Austin at KWF WrestleMania. JR: “I wonder what Hogan’s doing here?” Regal: “Well Jim, after Mania I think Hogan and Flair were put on KWF’s active roster, but of course neither have ever had a match since. Mister Hogan must be here for a reason. Let’s listen.” Hogan’s in the ring and he’s handed a microphone. He’s looking very ‘Hollywood’ with blackened stubble, a black bandana and black clothing. He waits for the audience to calm and doesn’t address them. He looks toward Edge’s skybox and then toward the stage. “At this time, I would like to ask KWF’s General Manager to please come down to the ring. I have something to say.” The crowd watch on as the comms wonder what’s going on here. Eventually ♫You Think You Know Me♫ «< click to play) hits and out from the smoke, from under the rising tron steps Edge. He walks down to the ring and grabs himself a microphone. He seems comfortable and the comms tell that Edge must’ve given Hogan this time for a reason. The audience calm from Edge’s entrance and he says: “Well Hulk, you’re here. You’ve been calling me since this past weekend and you wanted some time here on Turmoil. You promised me you wouldn’t be here to cause any trouble, and as much as I can’t trust that, I do respect the fact that you are Hulk Hogan.” The crowd cheer as Hogan looks toward them for the first time. He’s very serious as he says that he’s not here for the crowd, he’s not here for Edge, he’s here for the well-being of KWF Blogs. Edge: “What are you talking about?”
Hogan says that Edge has done a hell of a job as the GM. He says: “You’ve taken KWF Blogs to places we ain’t ever been before and when it comes to competition and wrestling matches, big props on what you’ve had going on these past few months. I saw the Triple Threat TLC match where Chris Jericho came in as fourth competitor, cashed in his Money in the Bank and won the Title. I’ve seen guys like Sheamus embrace Hardcore wrestling and I’ve seen Christopher Daniels finally rise to the very top of the X-Division, a spot that he should have had a long time ago. But, now this is why I’m here; I’ve also seen you take it too personally when it comes to your Tag Team Champions.” Edge says that The Dudleys have taunted him ever since he took over. “What am I supposed to do Hulk huh? I take this job, this amazing job as KWF General Manager and the only, the only people in that locker room to give me a real problem are Bubba and Devon. They take a shot at me every chance they get. Whether it’s about my career or whether it’s about them still being at the top of the Tag Team game. I shouldn’t have to take it and I won’t take it.” Hogan smirks: “So you thought it was going to be all easy huh? The Rated R GM comes in, a little ass here, some blood there. It’s simple right? (Hogan shakes his head) It’s a job where you have to take on a hell of a lot of pressure and Edge, you find it tough to take verbal shots from The Dudleys? That’s part of the job! You got it easy compared to most in a position of power. Look at WWE RAW House Shows brother. WWE change their GM’s all the time because the majority of the locker room always has a problem with the person in charge. In your case, The Dudleys don’t even give a crap that you’re running the show – you got it damn easy compared to anyone else who’s been fortunate enough to have your superiority.”
Edge listens to Hogan’s words but then says: “What’s this really about Hulk?… it’s about Why So Serious isn’t it?” Hogan’s about to speak, but he pauses to look out to the crowd as they cheer the mention of Why So Serious. Hulk says: “Yes. This is about them and Edge, as much experience as you think you have, you don’t have a clue what you’re dealing with when it comes to a unit like this.” Edge listens intently as Hogan goes on. He says that there was a reason that he and Ric Flair terminated Why So Serious’ contracts back at Survivor Series last year. “They are too unpredictable, too erratic and way more than you’re going to be able to handle.” Edge: “I know Jeff Hardy. We’ll talk at the Cutting Edge and everything will be fine.” Hogan: “It won’t be fine! Do you really think it’s going to be handshakes and reminiscent times of the moments you two had together back when you were starting your careers? Listen to me Edge and you listen to me real close. Heels or babyfaces; doesn’t matter. Knives or fake flowers that squirt water; doesn’t matter. Running someone over or laying down in a match; doesn’t matter – this isn’t Jeff Hardy you’re dealing with, it’s The Joker and even if you think you’re in control, that f*ckin’ clown will tip you on your head and you won’t know what hit ya.” Edge says that he knows all about Why So Serious and he argues that their appeal will draw in a crowd. Edge: “They’ll bring ratings Hulk. Whether they do a good thing or bad, the crowd will tune in every week to see what happens next.” Hogan: “But that’s what it’s about in the ring. When that bell goes and a match begins, people read KWF Blogs for the wrestling, the action and the stories. Why So Serious don’t bring that on an even level. They play by their own rules Edge, and they’re going to bring you a hard time and you’re not going to be able to handle it. Imagine the power of the nWo, my nWo, then take Triple H and Shawn Michaels’ DX and the pranks they pull. Stir it up in a pot and what d’you get? You get Why So Serious. They don’t pull pranks for fun, they do it to hurt people and they have male and female numbers Edge, a crazy red head and a bombshell rogue that has also learned to kick ass and take names. Edge, you gotta nip this in the bud. You gotta call off the Cutting Edge and swallow your pride when it comes to The Dudleys.”
Edge looks like he’s about to respond but then ♫music hits♫ «< click to play). Hogan’s expression changes and he looks concerned as he removes his sunglasses. As the tron rises we see what looks like a Wally bag hopping out to the stage. The bag is grey, it has a zipper that’s pulled to the top and there is obviously a person inside. All of a sudden the bag drops to the stage steel and rolls down the ramp. Hogan: “What is this?” Edge: “I have no idea what’s going on.” The comms too wonder who or what is within this moving Wally bag and the bag stops rolling at the foot of the ramp. Edge and Hogan step closer toward the ropes to look over and see. The camera zooms in on the bag as the music stops. The zipper opens and out of it steps Harley Quinn. Regal: “That’s Christy!” JR: “Dear Lord, it is Christy, Christy Harley Quinn Hemme to be exact and by God, look at the look on Edge’s face.” Edge is in shock as Christy Hemme steps out of the Wally bag in a suit. She smiles toward the crowd who go bananas in taking photos of her. She then dusts herself down before getting in the ring. Hogan: “You see, you see, this is exactly what I’m talking about. You didn’t have a clue what was going on and it’s out of your control. You agreed to a meeting, that’s all you agreed to, but Harley’s here, Why So Serious are already here!” A voice says: “We’re not here yet Mister H.” It’s Harley Quinn, she has a mic in hand and she’s removing her clothes. She says: “I’m only here to get comfortable in my new outfit. I ain’t a fan of suits, but this checkered skirt and shirt will sure show off my figure. Wouldn’t you say so Edge?” Edge watches as Hemme takes off the entire suit down to her bra and thong. She then unravels a checkered shirt and skirt, that were stuffed into her suit jacket pockets. She puts them on and then steps closer to Hulk Hogan. Hogan: “Get away from me. Don’t take one step further, I’m telling you, do not take a step closer to me.” Hemme pauses and smiles: “Weren’t you the one that sent us off this show?” She turns to Edge: “And you’re the one that wants to bring us back.” Edge nods, slowly. Hemme: “Well that’s great! Shall we all play a game?” Hogan: “No! No games. (To Edge) You see, this is the exact kind of BS I was talking about. They’re already here and now you got to deal with them. I’m outta here.” Hogan exits the ring. Hemme: “Aww, come on Mister H, I was only going to ask you for an autograph.” Hogan walks faster as he heads up the ramp and he doesn’t look happy at all. Hemme turns to Edge: “What about you Edge, you wanna sign my tits?” Edge gives a nervous smile and he too backs off to exit the ring. Hemme has a comic angry expression on her face, but then she smiles and the scene fades out.
We come back from commercials to see that The Hart Dynasty have already made their entrances. The Usos enter with Tamina and they perform Siva Tau (see example HERE) as we get set for this upcoming number one contenders match-up. The comms recap what happened before commercials and concur that if Hulk Hogan, a man that’s seen and done it all, can be that uncomfortable around a tiny little woman in her underwear like Harley Quinn, then how’s the rest of the KWF going to fare when The Joker, Gambit, Kelly Kelly and Abyss show up? Regal: “Edge has been our GM since WrestleMania Jim and that was perhaps the most rattled I’ve ever seen him.” JR: “Indeed he may be thinking twice about Why So Serious’ return, but in that initial conversation with Hogan, Edge mentioned ratings and I think he was alluding to the fact that our viewers like Why So Serious – and so does our audience here. The crowd cheered when Christy popped out of that suit carrier.” Regal: “It’s an evil headgame though Jim. Why So Serious add to the Rated R aspect of KWF Blogs, so Edge is definitely thinking that their presence is a good thing, but for God’s sake, the girl says she wants to play a game, then she says she wants autographs. What on earth? And her entrance, I know I’ll never use one of those Wally bags again. The thought of such a little terrier coming out gives me the shivers. Hulk Hogan’s right. If the nWo were bad and DX unpredictable, then Why So Serious are certainly a combination of both. This may be fun for the audience, but it’s a bloody nightmare for all those that have to live through it, and by us I mean me, you and the entire KWF locker room.”
The Usos w/ Tamina vs. The Hart Dynasty w/ Natalya – Number one contenders match for the KWF World Tag Team Championships
The bell rings and we are underway as Jimmy Uso goes up against DH Smith. DH is the stronger of the two competitors and he overpowers Jimmy to throw him toward his own corner. There’s a big fight feel as Jimmy gets up and looks toward the opposition. JR: “It’s high stakes here folks. After what just happened and what may happen with Why So Serious, both these teams know that if they win here tonight, and if they win at Bound For Glory, then Edge will have no need to recall that faction to KWF Blogs.” Regal: “You say that Jim, but we’ve already touched upon the ratings factor. Edge hadn’t mentioned that before tonight and I personally don’t think that Why So Serious coming back is necessarily all about The Dudleys anymore.” This contest goes on and we see Jimmy and Jey tag often as they corner a legal Tyson Kidd. Natalya shouts encouragement as Tamina watches on from the other side. The comms tell that both these teams have had their valets in tow for their recent matches and it seems to have paid off, leading to this number one contenders match here tonight. We’re reminded that Tamina was actively involved when The Usos defeated the Latin American eXchange two weeks ago, and that Natalya was influential last week when she taunted Mason Ryan and her distraction led to The Hart Dynasty overcoming the Brits. Regal: “That was a travesty. To think, it could have been Mason and Rob in line for Tag Title shots here tonight.”
The match goes back and forth and the audience are on the edge of their seats as DH and Tyson pull off some nice double-team maneuvers to try keep The Usos down. JR: “The Hart Dynasty have that in their locker. Because DH is so big and Tyson so agile, they can really put together some outstanding offense, hitting their opponents every which way they can.” The legal Smith takes Jey up for a delayed vertical suplex, but Jimmy Uso comes in to break the move, knowing that this may lead to victory. Regal: “I’ve been a victim of that move by only a handful of wrestler’s that can pull it off Jim. The delay on the suplex has the blood rushing to your brain and if you can stand up afterward then you’re as dizzy fairground ride. Jimmy did well there to save his partner.” JR: “Aww he did, it’s Tag Team wrestling at it’s finest when your partner watches your back, and now The Usos are looking to take charge of this finely poised contest.” We watch as Natalya bangs on the apron to try get DH going, but The Usos have him in their side of the ring. Jimmy tags in, and then Jey, textbook tag teaming to keep on another fresh. However, DH’s strength prevails when The Usos attempt a double-team suplex, but DH counters and takes them both over instead. The crowd’s volume increases as they chant and cheer for DH to get to his corner and he does, he makes it! Tyson Kidd tags in and goes at both Jimmy and Jey, taking Jimmy down with a dropkick and Jey with a tornado DDT. Tyson roars toward the audience as he sets to climb the turnbuckle. However, Tamina is yelling up toward him as she climbs the apron. This distracts Tyson and it’s enough for Jimmy to be back up with him. The referee loses all control. Nattie Neidhart comes round ringside to argue with Tamina. DH goes out there and Jey Uso’s out there to fight with him. They go back and forth for the moment. DH swings for him, but almost hits Tamina. This is a distraction and it leads to Jey snapmaring DH toward the steel stairs. Jey then performs a Rikishi-style butt-bump right into Smith and Smith’s head hurtles off the steel. Jimmy Uso has meanwhile evened things out against Tyson and while Natalya checks on Smith, Jimmy and Jey do a number on Tyson, and the legal Jey performs a top rope Snuka-like Splash and The Usos are headed to Bound For Glory!
Winners: Jey and Jimmy, The Usos w/ Tamina.
Natalya’s concerned with DH and we watch as Tamina gets in the ring to celebrate with Jimmy and Jey. The comms review highlights of an exhilarating match and they tell that The Usos now have momentum on their side as they head toward KWF Bound For Glory. On the tron we see that Bubba and Devon have been watching this match on a flatscreen and The Usos see this too. Bubba and Devon turn their attention toward the camera and raise their Tag Team Titles. The Usos don’t look intimidated though, they look excited, doing the Belt hand gestures around their waists. JR: “As my old friend Taz would say, The Dudleys versus The Usos is going to be off the hook. I can’t wait!”
Edge is applauding on the balcony of his Skybox, impressed with The Usos. He heads back into the box to grab a beer, when he sees Christopher Daniels already sat at his desk, sipping from an Appletini. Edge: “Oh goody, it’s always a pleasure seeing you in here Chris, with your sexuality questioning little beverage in hand.” Daniels: “Hey! The name’s Christopher, and only real men drink Appletini’s.” Edge tells Daniel’s to cut to the chase and asks what he’s doing there. Daniels: “Not a very polite host are we boss? I at least have manners, and that is why I am here to give you notice that I am going on vacation. I figure that as I haven’t got a match booked for Bound For Glory, I’ll go soak up some rays and get a well earned rest in Aruba. I’ll see you in a month.” He goes to exit. Edge: “Whoa, whoa, whoa! Aruba? What the hell is this? No Daniels, you’re not going anywhere.” Daniels: “What? Why the hell not? I don’t have a match for the next pay-per-view, what’s the point in sticking around here?” Edge: “Who says you don’t have a match for the pay-per-view?” Daniels looks confused as he holds his X-Division Championship. Edge: “You will be competing at Bound For Glory Chris, defending that Belt against… Sin Cara!” We hear a roar from the fans, but Daniels isn’t as thrilled. “I don’t have to agree to that! You’re way outta line here Edge!” Edge: “You do have to agree to that, I’m the GM. Sin Cara impressed me earlier so he’s the new number one contender.” Daniels: “Just like that?” Edge: “Just like that. Now get outta here.” He shuts the door on an irate X-Division Champ, before dusting his hands off and going back to that beer.
We see a scenic view of the Arizona desert. Out of the sand there’s a rumble and up rises a wrestling ring. We then fade into a darkness that shows us all the KWF Championship Belts. A voiceover from KWF General Manager Edge tells us: “If you’re a professional wrestler you have the aspirations to succeed and attain the most that you can out of the business. Many superstars and Chicks have different paths, and not all of them will achieve everything they want to. The Keystone Wrestling Federation has the very best wrestler’s from all over the world. They are entwined in stories, they battle on a weekly basis and they do so not only within KWF Blogs, but also other wrestling organizations. Only the top competitors, only a select few will be BOUND FOR GLORY!” Edge’s final words come right as the camera zooms on the KWF World Heavyweight Championship. We see the Bound For Glory logo and Edge finishes: “Read KWF Bound For Glory, Live October 21st only at KWF Blogs.” – listen to KWF’s Bound For Glory theme song HERE!
♫*Music hits* Look in my eyes, what do you see; the Cult of Personality♫ «< click to play) out comes the KWF World Heavyweight Champion and the crowd are on their feet as we get set for our Wednesday Night Turmoil main event. Regal: “These people will go home with sore feet tonight. What a night it’s been JR.” JR: “Oh absolutely. KWF Blogs is must-read each and every week ladies and gentlemen and a show like tonight proves why our writers should be in jobs within the wrestling industry. Did you see that WWE SmackDown almost used the exact same script in their main event last week as KWF did with Alberto Del Rio?” Regal: “You mean when Del Rio attacked The Pope here on Turmoil to get himself into a number one contenders match? Yes, he almost did the same thing with Orton on SmackDown, but I’m sure our KWF readers realize that. We had Joker Hardy before TNA had Joker Sting, we’ve developed a number of superstars better than the WWE or TNA have and by no means at all would we be dumb enough to release the likes of The Beautiful People from our company. But I digress.” ♫King Dolph’s music hits♫ «< click to play) and the audience watch on as he enters with not Vickie Guerrero, but Women’s Champion Queen Kaitlyn, Queen Angelina and Queen Velvet. They are slow to make their way to the ring as The Beautiful People milk the spotlight and perform their ‘let the pigeons loose’ entrance. King Dolph is grinning with joy as he stares at his Queens’ entrances. Queen Kaitlyn doesn’t look happy at all and we watch as Angelina and Velvet bully her into sitting on the bottom step at ringside. JR: “Aww come on, she’s the Women’s Champion for God’s sakes, she’s not even allowed to watch the match?” Regal: “She’s a pawn JR. She can sit on the stairs like a naughty girl. The Beautiful People and the King have this match in hand.” JR: “Ha, tell that to the KWF World Heavyweight Champion.”
CM Punk vs. King Dolph w/ Queen Kaitlyn, Angelina Love & Velvet Sky
Yet another outstanding contest here on KWF Blogs and we get underway as Punk and King Dolph lock it up. Punk goes behind for a waistlock. Ziggler reaches over his own shoulder for Punk’s head, but Punk keeps tight on Dolph. Dolph goes low, drops to the canvas around Punk’s ankle and trips him up. He then backs off to strut and taunt and we watch as Queen Angelina and Queen Velvet applaud from ringside. Punk stands up as the audience boo the King. The two lock up again and this time Dolph goes behind to roll Punk in a school-boy pinning predicament, but Punk rolls backward out of it and counters to grab Dolph and the King may be in trouble early as Punk looks for the Anaconda Vise. He gets it half-on, but Dolph grabs the ropes and Punk’s forced to let go. Ziggler goes under the bottom rope to regroup at ringside as CM Punk is now the one to taunt and he sits on the middle rope inviting King Dolph back in the ring. The fans cheer for Punk as Dolph paces up and down, but then we hear ♫music hit♫ «< click to play) and out from under the rising tron comes Samoa Joe, Punk’s Bound For Glory World Title challenger! Punk looks up toward the stage and Joe makes his way down the ramp. Regal: “What’s he doing here?” JR: “I don’t know William, but I do know this, business has just picked up. Ladies and gentlemen join us after the break for this slobberknocker of a match-up.”
We come back Live to Wednesday Night Turmoil and the King’s on top. We go split screen to see that Dolph was tenacious when he got back into the ring and The Beautiful People cheered him on as he got the better of the KWF Champ. JR: “What’s interesting is that Samoa Joe hasn’t done anything to interfere, he’s here to watch the match, perhaps scouting for Bound For Glory.” Regal: “He’ll have to scout Jim. As good as Joe is, CM Punk’s the Champion for a reason and it’s a mindful thing to do, for Joe to come out here, soak up what Punk can do and whilst doing that he’s getting in Punk’s head telling him that I’m watching you and I’ll counter everything you have to offer. It’s brilliant Jim, it’s going to lead to such a superb match at KWF Bound For Glory.” The contest goes in Dolph’s favor, then Punk’s favor, then Dolph gets back on top again. Punk tries to wear him down with kicks, Dolph tries to wear Punk down by keeping him grounded and a fascinating contest unfolds. Dolph poses before picking Punk up and setting for a suplex. Dolph attempts the move, gets Punk a quarter way up, but Punk counters into a small package, gets One, Two – wow, almost Three, Dolph just about kicks out. Both men get up and Dolph tries a clothesline, but swings all the way round and Punk counters by grabbing him from behind and lifting the King to plant him with a backdrop. Both men are down, exhausted from this contest. Dolph eventually pulls himself up by the corner. The Beautiful People cheer him on. However, CM Punk’s up on his feet. He runs to the corner and *BAM* nails the running high knee. He administers the bulldog and the crowd go wild as Dolph’s down! The King is down and now The Beautiful People panic as Punk taunts and signals for ‘nap time’ He picks Dolph to his feet, lifts him up and *BOOM* Go-To-Sleep connecting! The King goes down, Punk covers for One! Two! And Three!
Winner: CM Punk.
♫Punk’s music hits♫ «< click to play) and the crowd can’t get enough as the KWF World Champion prevails. Velvet and Angelina get in the ring to check on their King as Kaitlyn smiles at the sound of Punk’s music and Dolph getting defeated. The referee hands CM Punk the KWF World Title. Punk immediately sets his eyes on Samoa Joe and Joe’s already half-way back up the ramp. JR: “It seems that it was a simple scouting mission for Joe tonight. He knows he’ll have his hands full at Bound For Glory. If you’re going to be the Champion, then as Ric Flair would say William, to be the man, you’ll have to beat the man – and CM Punk is certainly the Best in the World right now.” Regal: “He is Jim and it makes it all the more intense. I mean, if Punk had lost this, I’d have put my house on Joe coming in to pick the bones, as any smart man would. But Punk won, so Joe backs off. It’s a head game and whilst the match itself will happen at Bound For Glory, the competition actually started last week on Turmoil, and it’s continued here tonight. What a night Jim and what a way to finish Turmoil.” JR: “Indeed William, that was a fabulous match-up and as high and mighty as the King thinks he is, there is no higher accomplishment, no high point in the industry than being the KWF Champion. A great show by both King Dolph and CM Punk here tonight, but Punk’s the Champion, he wins and folks we’ll see you next week here on Turmoil.” The focus is on CM Punk raising his Title with Joe looking on from the stage and KWF Wednesday Night Turmoil fades out.