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Friday 28th October 2011 – Toyota Center. Houston, TX.
The opening video to this week’s Impact SmackDown reviews the monumental announcement(s) made by TNA RAW Interim General Manager Hulk Hogan this past Monday night. Hogan told that part of his Team for the Hogan/Flair war at Survivor Series were the Latin American eXchange and United States Champion Matt Morgan. We also found out that Hulk asked none other than Stone Cold Steve Austin to be Team TNA RAW’s Captain and after an astounding ‘Hell Yeahh!’ from the audience, ol’ Stone Cold told the GM “You got yourself a Captain!”
The camera pans and zooms into a ruckus Toyota Center as Impact SmackDown comes to you Live from Houston, Texas! The pyro’s go off on stage and the fans are on their feet as Mike Tenay and Tazz bring us in on commentary. They say that we hope to hear from Ric Flair tonight and hope that we at least get some clues as to who will be on Team Impact SmackDown for the inter-brand war at KWF’s massive upcoming pay-per-view Survivor Series! Tenay: “And Tazz, we have one heck of a card lined up this evening. The eyepopping match of course that was announced on Twitter this past Wednesday (@kwfblogs) is Gambit and World Champion Why So Serious colleague The Joker against Chris Jericho and the ever controversial John Cena.” “Man I can’t wait. The dynamics going into this match are truly intense Mike, what a show this is gonna be.”
Big Show vs. Samoa Joe
Big Show is booed upon his entrance as the comms tell of Samoa Joe’s recent dominance of the Hardcore Division. Joe carries the Hardcore Championship proudly, but as this match gets underway we see that the Big Show is not here to play nice. Show throws Joe to the corner early and we watch as he storms toward him. Joe’s fast though and he ducks under the ropes and then out of the ring. He tries to pull Big Show by the leg, but Show is having none of it. He kicks Joe away before exiting the ring and then going at Joe with knees to the gut and a headbashing off the ring apron. The comms discuss how Big Show and Samoa Joe were once part of the Main Event Mafia headed by Kurt Angle over on TNA RAW when the KWF first began. “Yeah Mike, err, Big Show was the muscle of the organization and he often pulled Kurt Angle out of harms way. Took bullets too if I remember correctly.” “Jericho was tag partners with Scott Steiner at the time and they dominated the Tag Team Division. Samoa Joe won the Royal Rumble in 2010 and he went on to leave the Mafia after constant run-ins with leader Kurt Angle. Joe’s been through a roller coaster since then, losing to UnderTaker at WrestleMania last year and then going after the WCW Belt before now finally finding his way as a Hardcore competitor. And Mick Foley played a big part in that Tazz.” “No doubt about it Mike. Foley’s the Hardcore Ambassador here in the KWF and he wanted the blood to spill with more wrestler’s going Hardcore and he did that by injecting various wrestling styles into the Division. Superstars like Low-ki, Tyler Reks, Jack Swagger and of course Joe have shown how they can adapt to put their skills to weapons and thus we have a Hardcore Champion by the name of Samoa Joe.” As the match at hand goes on we notice that although Joe wrestles well, Big Show is seemingly the more determined to get a victory here. Tenay: “Show’s coming off a Bound For Glory ego loss to Kevin Nash, he must feel he has a point to prove here tonight.” Tazz: “Thank you Captain Obvious.” Joe does all he can to get Show down and then keep him down, but after a flurry from the Samoan Submission Machine, Big Show puts an exclamation point to the match with a jawbreaking shot from the WMD! The iron fist of Big Show Knockout Punches Joe and the Hardcore Champion is down and out for the Three-count.
Winner: Big Show.
A massive win for Show and the comms end that Joe’s been a happy Hardcore Champion, but just now he was beaten in a straight up fight. Perhaps his ego can now go down a few notches. Tazz comments that after losing to Kevin Nash, maybe Show too can vent his anger in a Hardcore environment. Tenay says that it certainly would be interesting to see. “Big Show may have defeated Samoa Joe in this here wrestling match, but with weapons legal, who knows what the outcome would be.”
After the break we’re on the podium by the stage with Impact SmackDown interviewer ‘Mean’ Gene Okerlund. Gene says that KWF Survivor Series is becoming perhaps the most eagerly anticipated pay-per-view the KWF has ever had. He reminds everyone that this Monday night, Impact SmackDown takes the war to TNA RAW during the Three-Hour KWF Halloween Party. Gene is then interrupted by ♫Wooooo!♫ the music of General Manager Ric Flair! Flair struts onto the podium. “By God ladies and gentlemen, an impromptu entrance from our General Manager. Ric, Mister Flair, please tell us. After the announcement of four out of the five members of Team TNA RAW this past Monday night, who is going to be on Team Impact SmackDown? Hell, who is going to Captain us to Survivor Series Nature Boy?” Flair pauses or a moment before yelling “Meeeeeaaaaan, Gene! Gene! Woooo, Gene! I’ve been to World War III, I’ve been at WrestleMania against Shawn Michaels, hell I’ve been dancing and rockin’ the life of that fat boy’s 25-year old daughter. (He says as he points toward a large gentleman in the audience). Woooo! Woooo! Gene! The who, what when where and why will all be revealed soon enough. But I am here to announce this Geno. This Monday night I can’t wait for TNA RAW’s Halloween Party because all the ghouls and freaks will be out on Devil’s Night brother and Hogan, Hogan, I’m coming there to propose to you a revolutionary challenge that will change the KWF forever!… Woooo!” The audience are in shock, as this rivalry between Hogan and Flair just continues to heat up. Gene then asks the GM why he started this, “Why did you send John Cena to cost AJ Styles the WWE Championship?” Flair Woooo’s again before answering “Because Mean Gene, to be the Man, you gotta beat the Man! Woooo! Woooo! A-wooo Wooo, Woooo!” Tazz chuckles “Flair’s off his rocker” as the Nature Boy’s music hits and he struts as he exits. Gene wraps up that Impact SmackDown will be at the TNA RAW Halloween Party this Monday night. What kind of challenge will Ric Flair propose?!
Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger vs. ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero & R-Truth
The match gets under way with Jack Swagger against D’Angelo Dinero. The two lock up and Swagger attempts a wrist-lock, but Pope counters and trips Swagg for a near One-count. Swagger is soon up and the two exchange holds back and forth before Pope finally gets Swagger to the canvas with a 4-Up! “Yaow! An uppercut like that can knock you into next week!” says Tazz as Swagger then crawls over for the tag. As the match goes on we notice that R-Truth is reluctant to get in. He often puts out his hand for a tag, but then as Pope goes for it, Truth pulls his hand away. This leads to Swagger and Ziggler naturally getting on top. “Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger have been working together on House Shows (regular WWE and/or TNA television programming) and it seems they’re bringing their cohesiveness here to Impact SmackDown.” “Aaah, I don’t know Mike. I don’t think Dolph likes being in a Tag Team and Swagger is as cocky as they come when it comes to individual greatness. ZigSwag may be after the Tag Gold on House Shows, but for me, this is a one-off partnership for them in the KWF.” Ziggler and Swagger do work well to grind Pope down and the audience boo as R-Truth begins shouting abuse toward his own partner. Truth says that Pope’s useless and that he shouldn’t be Intercontinental Champion. The audience then roar with approval as Pope finally gets some momentum, but then just as he drops Swagger with a back body drop, Ziggler comes in illegally. The referee enforces the rules, demanding Dolph to get back in his corner. This leads to R-Truth coming in on the far side and just as Pope gets to his feet, Truth comes off the rope and *WHAM* Lie Detector connects (spinning back elbow). Truth then wakes up Swagg to initiate the pin. Dolph steps back to his corner and the ref sees the cover from Swagger to The Pope and the fans boo as we hear the One, Two, Three.
Winners: Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler.
After the match Swagger celebrates big time, as the comms tell that Swagg’s Swagg had been dented since being humiliated in the Hardcore Division. Dolph Ziggler thinks little of the win, shaking his head as he exits up the ramp. Tazz comments that he doesn’t know what Ziggler’s problem is, but “it’s nice that Jack’s got his Swagger back.” Tenay says that this was a preposterous victory and that Jack Swagger has nothing to be proud of. “What is R-Truth’s problem Tazz? I mean to cost your own teammate the match and now look, just mouthing off to the fans and disrespecting everybody. What is with R-Truth?!” Tazz chuckles in response, saying that he likes what this R-Truth brings to the table. Pope is left laid out on the canvas, but he looks up the ramp toward Truth, and Dinero’s expression tells a story in itself.
Backstage we see that Jimmy and Jey Uso are talking to TNA World Tag Team Champions, Bobby Roode and James Storm. The Usos congratulate Beer Money on defeating Harlem Heat and becoming the Tag Champs. From behind the Usos we see Booker T. and Stevie Ray come onto the scene. There’s a massive cheer from the fans as we all know that Harlem Heat reside right here in Houston, Texas. Booker and Stevie are all business though and the Usos leave the scene for Heat to ask Beer Money for their Tag Title rematch. Just as Storm and Roode are about to answer we see Ric Flair come onto the scene. Flair says that Harlem Heat are probably thinking about invoking their rematch clause for KWF Survivor Series, but “It’s not going to happen then. The 30-day Title defense ruling is voided until Starrcade brothers and Roode and Storm, well you guys got something else to do at Survivor Series.” The Heat look unimpressed as Storm takes a sip of his beer. Flair says “Beer Money, you’re on Team Impact SmackDown at Survivor Series!” Storm spits out his beer in shock. Booker T. quickly says “What da heyll?” As Roode follows “Ric. Us? Beer Money as part of Team Impact SmackDown? Why us Ric?” “It’s simple, you two are always up for a fight and as the World Tag Champs, I’m countin’ on you to show LAX and show the rest of Team TNA RAW what real beer drinking and money making is all about! Woooo!” Flair walks off down the hall. Storm calls out “Hey Nature Boy, who’s our Team Captain?” We hear Flair shout back “Everyone will find out on Monday night’s Halloween Party brother!” Beer Money look ecstatic to be part of Team Impact SmackDown. Harlem Heat can’t believe it and neither can the comms. “Beer Money Tazz?! What a choice, this is an awesome move by Ric Flair!” “Mike I don’t get it. You got Hogan picking the likes of LAX and Flair picking Beer Money? I woulda thought Hulk might’ve picked The Hart Dynasty and I don’t know Flair pick two guys that he actually got along with. These are some unprecedented picks Mike.” “Oh I can’t disagree, but Tazz I’m so excited. Beer Money are representing the Blue show and I support that decision completely. And we get to find out the Impact SmackDown Team Captain on Halloween! In Flair’s words, Wooo! Haha.” “Mike… Shut up.”
This past Monday night Hulk Hogan announced four members of Team TNA RAW for the inter-brand war at Survivor Series, including the Team Captain. There was Tag Team action with The Dudleys against The Hart Dynasty, Evan Bourne took on Christopher Daniels and as well as Panther calling out Mr. Anderson we also saw The Dark Side’s address of The Game, Triple H.
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Gambit & The Joker w/ Kelly Kelly & Christy ‘Harley Quinn’ Hemme vs. Chris Jericho & John Cena
Jeff ‘The Joker’ Hardy is the TNA World Heavyweight Champion and last week he told Chris Jericho that he can have his rematch at Survivor Series – “but with Why So Serious, things may not always be as they seem.” The match at hand begins with Jericho demanding The Joker start the contest and we watch as Jericho goes at The Joker, kicking him and then clobbering him down before mounting him and closed-fist punching Joker’s face. The fans boo as the comms note that this aggression from Y2J toward Hardy comes from The Joker’s Twist Of Hate to him last Friday. Joker turns Jericho over and he then rains down punches of his own. The crowd then cheer as Joker takes a handful of playing card from Christy Hemme through the ropes and just as Jericho stands up Joker throws them all in his face! The Joker laughs as the ref tells him off and he then tags in his partner Remy LeBeau. Kelly Kelly and Christy Hemme play to the fans at ringside, shaking their stuff to get cheap pops. The comms tell that Why So Serious’ fan base has increasingly grown over the past couple of months and while the audience had already warmed to Gambit and The Joker, now it seems they’re liking Kelly and Christy too. “Who wouldn’t like the Why So Serious girls eh Mike? They’re hot!” The match goes back and forth between Jericho and Gambit. Jericho then tags Cena in and we note how there is little dialogue between the two. “This is somewhat unfair Mike. Not only do Why So Serious have two hot distractions at ringside, but it’s not like Jericho and Cena even get along.” “But Tazz, we haven’t seen that between them. They may not like each other, but they certainly know that they’re outnumbered here. Cena’s wrestling this match normally as is Y2J.” The contest spills to ringside where Kelly Kelly sees to her boyfriend LeBeau and we watch as Cena stalks them and the match goes to commercials.
When we come back split screen replays show that The Joker came flying off the ring apron right onto Cena during the break. This lead to a melee and Live now back in the ring we see Jericho in control of a legal Joker Hardy. Jericho is well on top, performing an abdominal stretch on his opponent, but The Joker is just laughing at the pain. “It messes with your mind Mike. I mean there were plenty of psychos in ECW and in the wrestling world you meet them every other day, but The Joker is something else man. Why So Serious as a group are beyond fathomable and when you’ve got a guy in a submission move and all he does is laugh, man I’m tellin’ ya, you lose hope and you just don’t know how to beat the guy.” Jericho tags in Cena and yells at him to finish The Joker. Cena gives Jericho a shoulder shuffle taunt before going to Joker and waving a “You Can’t See Me!” taunt in his face – but Joker then hooks him by the neck, and rolls him up into a Small Package. He gets One on the cover, gets Two – wow, Cena kicks out. Joker laughs as he gets to his feet, but Cena’s quickly up too and he sprints at Joker for a clothesline. Hardy ducks though and runs toward the corner where he steps up the turnbuckles to perform Whisper In The Wind – but no, Cena catches him! Cena’s strength is immense as he catches Joker Hardy mid-air and *WHAM* FU connecting! Cena stumbles to the corner after the impact of the move and we watch as Jericho then tags himself in. Jericho dives onto Joker’s body as the ref counts One! Two! – “Aaaahhh!” yells Mike Tenay as Joker kicks out! Joker kicks out and the crowd go nuts! “We don’t see this Tazz, we haven’t seen this resilient side of Jeff Hardy for a hell of a long time, but as World Champion” Tazz takes over “As World Champion Joker Hardy is absolutely unbeatable Mike!” Jericho can’t believe it and he yells at the referee. The comms wonder if Joker would’ve still kicked out had Cena made the cover right after the move. Meanwhile we see that Gambit comes in to pull Joker to his corner. The ref tells Jericho to get on with the match. Gambit then legally tags in and he and Jericho have a back and forth with Jericho then decking the Cajun to perhaps attempt The Walls, but we see The Joker come in and he ‘stumbles’ into the back of Jericho, thus allowing Gambit to roll through. The ref goes to yell at Joker, but a pinning attempt is in motion and Jericho kicks his legs, but Gambit holds tight for the One! Two! Three!
Winners: Gambit and Joker Hardy.
The audience erupt with delight as replays show how The Joker faked injury to come in back in for that ‘nudge’ to Chris Jericho. “He looked all discombobulated after the FU, what the hell happened Mike?” “Aaah Tazz, he was faking it. The Joker had enough in him to kick out and then make a tag to Gambit. The ref had been arguing with Jericho and thus for all he knew, The Joker was on dream street. When Joker came in to ‘stumble’ into Y2J, it was completely by design and Remy LeBeau picks up the Three!” “Ha, seems like you’re warming to Why So Serious by the week too Tenay?” “Ohh no, don’t get me wrong Tazz, I’m scared stiff out of the lot of’m, but the fans love’m and any time Chris Jericho gets his just desserts, well I’m not gonna argue.” After the match Cena walks off up the ramp and we see Chris Jericho pounding the canvas like a baby in the ring. He yells at the referee, yells at the audience, unbelieving of the loss he’s just had. Gambit, The Joker, Kelly Kelly and Christy Hemme all gather at the foot of the ramp. Christy hands The Joker a microphone and he tells Chris Jericho to calm down for just a second. Jericho yells back at him, but Joker continues. “You know with Survivor Series coming up, I asked Remy what to do for your rematch and he didn’t disappoint. Just over one year ago at KWF Bound For Glory 2010 there was a match that occurred in the main event. It was between The Monster Abyss and Bill Goldberg… The Joker’s Playground! Ha ha ha-ha ho ha!” Jericho yells over the ropes, telling Joker that he can’t do that, saying that The Joker’s Playground is too dangerous. Joker’s not done though. “Harley said to me that her debut was nice last year, joining Why So Serious and being part of the Playground. So this year I asked for her input and she and Kelly, well she and Kelly look lovely this evening don’t you think?” The audience all cheer as Kelly Kelly then pecks Gambit on the cheek before Christy throws bunches of playing cards toward the audience. Jericho yells “Get to the point you freak!” Joker pauses and he’s no longer laughing. He says “I’m not a freak” before saying that “The only sensible way to live in this world is without rules and at KWF Survivor Series there will be a Fatal Four Way Joker’s Playground match for the TNA World Heavyweight Title! Hah haaa hah haa!” Chris Jericho holds his head in shock as Joker announces that there’ll be qualifiers for the two final spots in The Joker’s Playground. Gambit takes over on mic and says “There’s no better way to determine the beasts of the ball than to dance. Therefore homme, tonight there’ll be a Three Way Dance between Bill Goldberg, Randy Orton… and Kane!” The fans go crazy as Gambit continues “And the winner will be one competitor in The Joker’s Playground at Survivor Series!” The crowd cheer again. “Next week there’ll be another Three Way Dance and that winner will also join the party at de KWF Survivor Series! Participants to be determined.” Jericho screws and complains as Why So Serious casually bow and smile toward the audience and each other. Jericho is virtually pulling his hair out and the audience cheer as we then see that Abyss has emerged from under the ring, ring by the announcers table! He gets in, stands behind Jericho for a moment and we then see The Joker smile and wave to Jericho as Abyss administers a Shock Treatment! “Aaaahhh!” yells Mike Tenay as Why So Serious’ music hits. Tenay: “like the announcement of the Joker’s Playground wasn’t enough, Abyss nails Jericho with his devastating finisher and Y2J’s seriously gotten the most emphatic of Shock Treatments Tazz.” “Yeah Mike, err I’m shocked myself man. This is a massive massive announcement by The Joker and his faction. It seems that although it’s a four-way at Survivor Series and other guys get a shot, the chaos just continues on Impact SmackDown.” “Tazz we knew that The Joker being the World Champion would result as such. However, we have two Three Way Dances to look forward to in a week and it starts with Goldberg, Kane and The Viper tonight!” “Man I can’t wait. What a show the night’s already been huh, and we’re not even close to being done yet! What a main event it’s going to be Mike, God I love it!”
After a commercial break we’re backstage with ‘Mean’ Gene Okerlund. He’s standing by with the beautiful Mickie James and the Divas Champion says that on behalf of the Impact SmackDown Divas, she’s accepting The Beautiful People’s challenge for a Four Corner Tag match at Survivor Series. “Now Gene, before you ask, I don’t know who my partner’s going to be. But, this is going to be an inter-brand match. It’s about the best Women’s duo in the KWF, not about TNA RAW versus Impact SmackDown. So there are no rules against me having a partner from TNA RAW. I know and I’ve seen Velvet and Angelina piss off many chicks over on Monday night’s. This coming Monday, maybe I’ll talk to a couple of them at TNA RAW’s Halloween Party, and who knows, maybe I’ll find my partner for Survivor Series.” Gene thanks Mickie as she exits and he send it back to ringside.
Gail Kim vs. Tamina
The two Divas lock it up as the comms refer back to when both these ladies represented Tag Teams had a chat backstage earlier tonight. “Gail valets Beer Money and Tamina for The Usos Mike, d’you think there may be some bragging rights at steak here?” “Oh absolutely Tazz. The Divas of the KWF are all very proud women and there ain’t no way either Gail nor Tamina will go 100% right here.” The match is a fiery encounter with Tamina often using her strength and size advantage over the much lighter Gail. Kim uses her speed to gain momentum, but Tamina is strong and we watch as she catches Gail’s attempt at a cross body and she body slams her hard to the mat. Tamina covers for One, Two – no, only Two as the match continues.
Back after the break we see that the battle’s gotten a little heated as Tamina rag-dolls Gail toward the steel steps at ringside. She charges at her, but Gail moves and Tamina goes knee-first into the steel. Gail gets back in the ring to break the ref’s count before storming against the ropes to then suicide dive right into Tamina at ringside! Both Divas hit the barricade hard and the referee administers the Ten-count. We’re up Seven and both Divas are up by the apron. Tamina tries to take charge, but Gail fends her off and the two then simultaneously get back in the ring at the count of Nine. Tamina goes at Gail with a clothesline, but Gail ducks and runs toward the rope to try and up the momentum again. She charges toward Tamina, but no, Tamina counters “Samoan Drop! Samoan Drop!” exclaims Mike Tenay, but no again, Gail scrambles loose behind Tamina. Tamina tries for a clothesline again, but Gail grabs her arm, twists it round and *BAM* Happy Ending! Kim covers as the fans count with the ref ‘One!’ ‘Two!’ ‘Three!’
Winner: Gail Kim.
Gail Kim celebrates a nice victory as she continues the run of wins for Beer Money Incorporated.
In 1987, Survivor Series was born. Richfield Coliseum saw Andre the Giant, One Man Gang, King Kong Bundy, Butch Reed and Rick Rude take on Hulk Hogan, Paul Orndorff, Don Muraco, Ken Patera and Bam Bam Bigelow in a 5-on-5 elimination match. Andre was the sole Survivor, and thus a staple pay-per-view of the wrestling industry was established. Great Survivor Series’ since have included The UnderTaker defeating Hulk Hogan for the WWF Title in 1991, the Montreal Bret Hart Screw Job of 1997, Triple H, Stone Cold and The Rock for the WWE Title in a Triple Threat in 1999, Team Raw vs. Team SmackDown in 2005, right up to last year at KWF’s Survivor Series where the world was shocked as Christian Cage cashed in Money In The Bank to become WWE Champion just seconds after Brock Lesnar had defeated Triple H in a hellacious No Holds Barred match. Now, the 25th annual Survivor Series is on the horizon, and it promises to be the biggest ever! Divas and Knockouts from both TNA RAW and Impact SmackDown will align and fight to determine the top duo in the Women’s locker room. AJ Styles will get his hands on John Cena after the Bound For Glory Screw Job. There’ll be a Joker’s Playground match for the TNA World Heavyweight Title and Hogan versus Flair will commence as Team TNA RAW, captained by Stone Cold Steve Austin, will take on Team Impact SmackDown! “Whatcha gonna do when KWF Survivor Series runs wild on you!” “Woooooo!”
At ringside we’re at the announcers table with Mike Tenay and Tazz. They talk over what a night it’s been and they remind everyone to join KWF Blogs this Monday as we are all invited to TNA RAW’s Halloween Party. “It’s going to be a Three-Hour Special Tazz, and AJ Styles gets his rematch for the WWE Title!” “Oh forget about that Mike. I’m lookin’ forward to the Divas and Knockouts Halloween costumes for one thing, but most of all I can’t wait for what Flair’s challenge is for Survivor Series. My Spidey-sense is tellin’ me it’s something big, and not only that, but Flair also said that we’ll find out Team Impact SmackDown’s Captain on Monday night. I Hope Flair picks someone who’ll knock the mustache off Hogan’s face.”
The comms next get set for our main event of the evening. Bill Goldberg’s music hits and backstage we see security knocking on his locker room door. The audience begin to sing his name and the comms have to talk louder as all we can hear is ‘Gooollldberrgg… Gooollldberrgg… Gooollldberrgg’ from the capacity crowd here in Houston. Tenay and Tazz go on to tell us of the rules of a Joker’s Playground match. “Tazz there has only ever been one match of this kind in Pro Wrestling History and The Joker mentioned it earlier. It happened last year at 2010 Bound For Glory’s main event.” “Yeah Mike errr, The Joker’s Playground is dangerous man and even a guy like Goldberg was never the same after such a match.” The comms tell that the makeup of the match is as follows: A Hell In A Cell Steel structure with chains hanging over the roof from the outside and weapons hanging from the roof of the cell on the inside. “With the match being anything goes, last year Tazz we saw the chains being set alight and Goldberg feeling a wrath of hell from Abyss. How are four superstars now going to survive this demonic Playground? It’s from the deepest darkest corners of The Joker’s mind and I’m sure, just like last year, we’ll see the rest of Why So Serious be involved in the match as well.” “Well Mike err, I can’t comprehend how Chris Jericho must be feeling. This is supposed to be his big rematch for the World Title. For it to happen under these circumstances is harsh on him. Not for nothin’ though Mike, I’m lookin’ forward to it. No matter what happens, there will be blood! Who’s gonna survive The Joker’s Playground at Survivor Series?!” Bill Goldberg gets a rapturous ovation as he enters. Next comes The Viper Randy Orton and eventually the arena lights go blood red for the entrance of someone perhaps the perfect fit for a Joker’s Playground match, the Big Red Masked Monster Kane! Kane completes his entrance and there is an element of fear in the air, but right away Goldberg goes at him with a heavy right hand and the ref begins the match. *Ding-Ding-Ding!*
Goldberg vs. Randy Orton vs. Kane – Three Way Dance, winner advances to a TNA World Title match in The Joker’s Playground at Survivor Series.
Goldberg rains heavy punches on Kane, but the Masked Monster fights back and a massive uppercut sends Goldberg flying across the ring. “Wow, what a hit Mike!” “Tazz we’ve seen Goldberg and Kane have many battles through 2011, but it’s Kane who’s always come out on top and that’s obviously why Goldberg went directly for Kane at the beginning of the match.” “There’s definitely some unfinished business between the two. A normal guy would let it be, and allow Kane to be the better man. Not Goldberg though Mike, no way no how. Goldberg does things on his terms, but even I gotta hold my hands up and say that we don’t call’m a human cyborg for nothin’. The guy’s a hybrid and a true God Of War here in the Keystone Wrestling Federation.” Randy Orton comes into things, but The Viper plays the match smart. Goldberg and Kane often revert to battling one another and all the while Randy gets recovery time or time to plan his next move. “That’s why Orton’s my pick in this match Mike. He’s had the tutelage of some of the most successful guys in this business and I know he’s aching to get the World Title back. Goldberg and Kane are going at this match like warriors, but Orton’s the smartest guy in there. He’s gonna win this, I’m feelin’ it Mike!” We watch as the Three Way Dance spills twice out of the ring and back in again and back out as Goldberg gets Orton up for a running powerslam, but no, Kane is destructive. He pulls Orton off Goldberg’s shoulder up the ramp and then Big Boot’s Goldberg to the steel before clotheslining The Viper right out of his boots. The fans are cagey, on their feet and they watch as this main event takes us through the final commercials of the night.
Back Live we’re by the timekeepers corner where Goldberg has Kane by the barricade. He punches at Kane’s red and black suited stomach and Tazz describes Kane’s outfit as bullet-proof as he fights Goldberg away. Randy Orton comes in and performs his over-the-back back breaker on Goldberg and that completely takes Goldberg’s momentum away. He then sees Kane coming, stalking as only Masked Kane does and *WHAM* standing dropkick from Orton and the crowd go nuts as Kane gets it right on his mask and he’s flung head over heels over the barricade and into the timekeepers corner. The crowd continue to go crazy as the comms review replays. “Wow, Mike, that was sick man, did you see that?!” “I did Tazz, that was perhaps the best standing dropkick I have ever seen!” “Kane went flopping over the barricade like he’d just taken a javelin to the head Mike! That was out of this world man.” “Tazz remember, Orton and Kane have had their fair share of run-ins this year as well. Orton won the World Title off Kane by way of an Elimination Chamber and Kane never got a one-on-one Title rematch.” “He didn’t Mike and that was all by design of the psycho personalities of The Joker and Why So Serious. And oh look, now we’re here and Joker’s having these guys kill each other to get into a match where they may be killed?! Damn man, chaos, anarchy and blood. House Shows talk about unsafe working environments, well thank God we’re just a Blog man ha ha.” We watch as Orton forces Goldberg toward the ring apron and he then gets in the ring himself. He gets Goldberg’s legs to hang from the middle rope and *BAM* patented Orton DDT! Orton covers and this may be one down, one to go. The ref counts One! Two! – kick out! Goldberg kicks out and Orton is stunned. He seethes as he thinks about a possible RKO, but no, a pocket of the crowd boo because he looks as if he’s setting up for a Punt. “Don’t do it Randy!” says Tenay as he lines Goldberg up, but then “Good God Mike, Kane’s on his feet!” The Big Red Masked Monster is up. He steps over the barricade and climbs the apron of the ring. Randy Orton watches him all the way as Kane steps over the top rope with his eyes only on Orton and then *BAM* “Aaaahhh!” yelps Mike Tenay, “RKO! RKO!” screams Tazz as Orton hits his finisher on Kane. He gets to his feet and just a split second later *BOOM* Spear! Goldberg Spears the hell outta Randy Orton! “The fans are going crazy Mike!” “Tazz what a move! And now he’s got Orton up…” *BAM!* (Both comms) “JACKHAMMER!” (The ref and the crowd and the comms) “One!” “Two!” “Three!” Orton’s out! Orton’s eliminated, it’s just Goldberg and Kane left. Goldberg gets to his feet slowly after the Jackhammer. But just behind him, we see a camera angle watch as Kane… sits… up! “Oh my God.” Kane demonically gets to his feet like the Big Red machine that he is. “Goldberg has no idea Mike, he still thinks Kane’s down from that RKO.” “Tazz I can’t believe this, turn around Goldberg! Turn around!” Goldberg eventually does – but right into a Tombstone! Kane has him in position and *WHAM* a Darkness Pin, ONE! TWO! THREE!
“Kane wins! Kane’s going to The Joker’s Playground at KWF Survivor Series!” “Good God Mike, wouldya listen to this place! Texas is erupting man!” “Tazz this has been an amazing match, a match where all three competitors have fans and followers from all over the globe and on this night, it’s the Masked Demon who comes out on top!” “What a match Tenay, what a match!” Kane stands over Goldberg’s body in the middle of the ring and we see him eye Orton’s body too. He raises his arms and yanks them down to ignite the corner ring-posts with hell fire as his music restarts and the blood red sky dawns upon the arena. Mike Tenay and Tazz finish “What a match, what an ending, ladies and gentlemen, join us on Halloween!” “Good night folks.”