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♫The opening titles roll and Alter Bridge’s ‘Isolation’♫ «< click to watch) brings us in as we pan and zoom into the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Jim Ross welcomes us to the show, before introducing his broadcast colleague William Regal. “What a spectacular Halloween edition of Turmoil we enjoyed last week William, and this week promises to be even bigger!” Regal: “You could be right Jim, because I’ve been informed that Survivor Series is coming early right here in St Louis. We are going to be treated to a traditional five-on-five elimination tag match!” JR: “Oh I cannot wait for that, but before we get down to business, on behalf of KWF Blogs I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Barack Obama on being re-elected as President of these United States. However, here’s another great leader, it’s our General Manager!” ♫You think you know me!♫ «< click to play).
There’s a huge cheer from the crowd as Edge makes his way to the ring. After some rock-star hand waves and rope bouncing, he grabs a mic and addresses them all. “Just a week and a half to go guys, and I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for Survivor Series!” They cheer back at him. “That is why tonight, Survivor Series comes early. We will have a traditional five-on-five elimination tag match in just a short while.” The fans cheer, while Regal barks: “I already said that!” Edge: “Now over the past two weeks I have given you main events that could easily headline Survivor Series, or any WrestleMania for that matter, in our search for CM Punk’s challenger. First we had King Dolph against AJ Styles, then last week Rob Van Dam went up against The Absolute Lashley, and for tonight… the main event will be The Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle (crowd cheer)… against The Doctor of Thuganomics, John Cena!” (The crowd boo, even hisss). Edge smiles and the audience cheer the announcement of the match, but some continue to boo the sheer mention of Cena’s name. JR: “My God, that is a huge main event, and no doubt CM Punk will be present at ringside again to judge. Don’t forget folks, he gets to hand-pick his opponent to challenge him for the KWF Title at Survivor Series!” Edge reminds everyone of this also and states that putting together main event matches has been a blast for him personally, but he reiterates that CM Punk has the option of choosing anyone on the roster as his Survivor Series opponent. Edge then moves on to address something that happened on last week’s show, namely the assault on Samoa Joe by The British Invasion. “While everyone else was having fun at the Halloween Party, the Brits attacked Joe unprovoked in the parking lot. Now Joe has been given the week off to recover, but the British Invasion…” Regal: “I hope it’s not about to get racial in here.” Edge: “… you need to be punished for what you pulled, and so tonight, Drew McIntyre, you will be in action in this very ring against… Mr. Anderson!” The fans cheer, but before too long their cheers are turned to boos as ♫The British Invasion’s music hits♫ «< click to play) and the leader of the British Invasion storms down to ringside. He snatches a mic from the timekeepers corner and gets in the ring. The crowd boo, but Edge tries to welcome him. “Hey Wade, what can I do you for?” Barrett: “Be quiet for a second would you? I have something to say.” The crowd boo as Edge smiles and let’s Wade have his moment. Barrett barks at the crowd: “Could we have some decorum in here please? While this is a public discussion, I will not have you Saint Louis parasites pollute my ears with your miserable voices.” The audience boo even more as Barrett finally addresses the GM. “Edge, you’re punishing us for attacking Joe? What about punishing Joe for stirring it? We didn’t beat the hell out of him for the fun of it, thinking it was brilliant fun. No, we were sending a message to him after his disrespectful words to me about our faction, My British Invasion! His considerable backside couldn’t cash the checks his mouth was writing and at the end of the night we gave him a Halloween bloodbath, perfect for your country’s pathetic ghostly holiday.” Edge: “Yeah, you know, come to think of it, your boys did mess Joe up pretty bad.” Barrett: “I said be quiet, I haven’t finished!” The crowd boo more as Wade raises his voice to talk over them. “Having Drew face Ken Anderson is no punishment. He’ll wipe the floor with that guff speaking arsehole. See, I am only just fine-tuning the British Invasion, and before long, we will become the most dominant faction this industry has ever seen. Everyone’s worried and scared of Why So Serious, people talk about the numbers of the nWo and the legacy of DX, well you can forget them all and that includes your ol’ Thundercats. The British are coming almighty GM!” Regal: “Here, here!” Edge responds: “Wow, well I admire your confidence Wade, I must say. And I’m glad you have so much faith in your British Invasion, because come Survivor Series, you’re all going to be in action. This year’s traditional Survivor Series match will be The British Invasion, versus a team led by… wait for it… Samoa Joe!” Another cheer emanates from the fans, as Barrett looks somewhat alarmed for a man who just proclaimed confidence in his faction. Edge goes on to explain that, as Joe is out of action until the pay-per-view, Edge will select Joe’s team-members himself. He warns Barrett that even though the Brits have the advantage of unity, he will be selecting individuals who have a point to prove, and will go into Survivor Series as hungry as Joe to get themselves a piece of the British Invasion. ♫The GM’s music hits♫ «< click to play) and he leaves a defiant, if ever so slightly concerned, Wade Barrett standing in the ring. JR: “What an announcement. This year’s traditional Survivor Series match at the pay-per-view will see The British Invasion up against a team captained by Samoa Joe!” Regal: “And Edge is picking the participants! This is an outrage! It’s blatant favoritism by the GM! How very unprofessional!” We head to commercial.
When we return, JR and Regal run through the news that has just broken from the lips of our General Manager. The British Invasion will face a team assembled by Edge and captained by Samoa Joe at Survivor Series. JR: “But now ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for a little taster of that. Turmoil begins with a five-on-five elimination tag match!” ♫I hear voices in my head, they council me, they understand, they talk to me♫ «< click to play). The Viper Randy Orton comes out to a great ovation in his home town of St. Louis. He slowly slithers toward the ring, but looks out to the fans much more than usual as he poses atop the middle turnbuckle. The cheers continue as his teammates Daniel Bryan, Zack Ryder, Panther (with Kaitlyn) and finally Brodus Clay emerge. JR: “What a team, captained by Randy Orton, a master at Survivor Series match-ups.” Regal: “Hold your horses Jim, here comes a real leader.” With that, the captain of the opposition comes out in the form of the Intercontinental Champion Christian Cage. He is joined by Big Show, Austin Aries, The Miz and finally King Dolph (with Queen Madison Rayne).
Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, Zack Ryder, Panther w/ Kaitlyn, & Brodus Clay vs. Christian Cage, Big Show, Austin Aries, The Miz & King Dolph w/ Queen Madison
As Austin Aries begins against Zack Ryder, JR expresses his belief that, despite the strength of Cage’s team, he doubts whether the likes of King Dolph, Aries, Miz and Show will look to him as a captain. Regal reluctantly agrees, but suggests that the overall strength of the team will see Christian get the upper hand in his rivalry with Orton, one of the challengers for his Intercontinental Title at Survivor Series. Aries is getting the better of Ryder in the early going, showing off as he works Long Island Iced Z over with takedowns and submissions. He hits a neckbreaker, before bowing to the booing crowd and tagging in Christian. The IC Champ carries on the good work of his teammate, but Orton is champing at the bit to get in the ring. Cage taunts him while maintaining control of Ryder, but as he then goes for a cover Orton comes in to pull him off. Cage shouts at the referee, demanding that Orton get back to his corner. JR: “Orton’s seething, so intense. He knows he’s got his chance at the Intercontinental Title coming at Survivor Series and I’ll bet my hat that he wants to plant Christian with an RKO as soon as possible!” The referee warns Orton off and yells at both sets of teams, telling them to stay in their corners. Cage meanwhile gets Ryder in a figure-four leglock. The fan favorite is struggling, but thanks to the clapping from his teammates and encouragement from the audience, he finds the strength to turn it over. Now Cage is in pain, and he breaks the hold immediately. Ryder is able to get some offense in, and fires Christian into the corner, before “Woo!”-“Woo!”-“Woo!”ing to the crowd and hitting the Broski Boot. He sets up for the Rough Ryder, but as he goes for it, Cage ducks, before grabbing Ryder and flattening him with a KillSwitch. He covers and stares at Orton as he does, getting the Three-count. Zack Ryder is eliminated.
The match continues with Panther, Miz, Clay and Dolph getting involved. As Clay and the King are going at it, JR and Regal discuss his mistreatment of Kaitlyn, who had to arrange a deal, via Panther, with Madison Rayne to swap roles, as well as the Women’s Title. JR: “AJ Lee wasn’t happy with how Kaitlyn gave up the Title to Madison, but she needed freedom from the tyranny of King Dolph and The Beautiful People.” Regal: “She still disrespected the Title, and the real victims in this are Angelina Love and Velvet Sky, being kicked out of the Kingdom by Queen Madison. What a shame that was, they looked even more beautiful in all that Royal jewelry.” Kaitlyn and Madison are both looking on at ringside, keeping their eyes on one another across the mat. Meanwhile back in the ring Dolph has been working over Clay, but trash-talking him in the process. He calls him fat, then hits him with a right hand, but it has no effect. He tries another, but again nothing, as the stony faced Funkasaurus walks towards him. Clay grabs Dolph by the arm before he can run for a tag, and slams him into the corner, before squashing him, and then reaching out his mighty paw to tag in Panther. “Finally, the Black Cat is gonna get a piece of Dolph Ziggler!” yelps JR. Panther is all fired up as the volume rises in the arena, and Dolph comes out swinging, only for Panther to duck and nail him with rights, before sending him against the ropes and hitting a perfect standing dropkick. He hits a series of moves including a snap suplex, a tilt-o-whirl backbreaker, and even the Trip ya, Flip ya, Kick ya! He climbs to the top rope to set up for the Sword of Omens clothesline, but as he leaps off, Dolph rolls forward to avoid it and makes the tag to Aries. The fans boo as the self-proclaimed Greatest Man That Ever Lived enters and smacks Panther from behind. He tussles with him on the canvas, and gets him in a submission hold. He pulls back on a crossface, but Panther reaches his foot out and hooks the bottom rope. The referee calls for the break, but Aries won’t budge. The ref counts, but Panther takes matters into his own feet as he uses them to push against the ropes and flip Aries over, before hooking on the Anaconda Vise and pulling back with all he has. A brilliant reversal by the Black Cat and Aries cries out as he realizes he’s in trouble. His team are apprehensive about helping him as the likes of Brodus and Orton are staring them down, and before long, Aries taps out. Austin Aries is eliminated.
Soon enough, Daniel Bryan is in against The Miz, and he nails him with hard kicks to the chest while he’s on his knees. Bryan then hits a running dropkick before tagging out to Brodus. The Funkadelic Clay keeps beating down Miz and we see Cameron and Naomi cheering him on from ringside. Meanwhile the cameraman goes over to Orton’s corner and it seems like Daniel Bryan and Panther are arguing over something. Panther: “I have the best beard!” Bryan: “No! I have the best beard!” The fans chuckle at this impish conflict, as Panther turns to Kaitlyn and asks her who has the best beard, to which she panics and says “Err, Big Show”, disappointing both participants. Orton and Clay aren’t amused and the distraction allows Miz to tag out to Christian. He races in and Orton wants the tag, but Clay instead turns around to run at Cage, shouting “Sheewah!” as his ample frame flies through the air and takes Christian out, landing on him and getting the inevitable ‘One!’ count the crowd, ‘Two!’ and ‘Three!’ Christian Cage is eliminated. JR: “The captain is out of there! What a huge momentum shifter! Brodus Clay just pinned the Intercontinental Champion!” Regal: “You can’t blame Christian though. No-one could kick out of that. Fancy being landed on by a 400-pound Funkawotsit. Goodness me.” Brodus barely has any time to celebrate though, as *BAM!*, he is taken out by a WMD Knockout Punch. Big Show covers and it’s three men a-piece. Brodus Clay is eliminated.
Big Show is in legally for the first time, and as a response, so is Randy Orton. The St. Louis fans are excited as their hometown hero enters the ring. JR: “The electricity just went up a few thousand volts in here William.” Orton and Show, who faced off two weeks ago, with The Viper successful, are against one another again. The action goes back and forth, with Orton wanting to impress the locals. However, he is soon swatted down by the former Hardcore Champion. Show hits a sidewalk slam on Orton, taking all the wind out of him, but only getting Two on the cover. Show is dominant now, as the fans boo his dissection of their hero. He has a big grin on his face, and saunters over to the opposite corner, stroking his beard at Panther and Bryan, who also start to boo him vociferously. Regal: “Are they booing him, or his beard?” JR: “I’m not sure. I hope they know it’s Mo-vember and not Beard-vember.” Regal: “Don’t be silly Jim. It would surely be Novem-beard, ha ha.” JR: “Good grief.” Show continues his work, and slams Orton into the corner. However, he doesn’t see Panther make the blind tag, as Show goes to squash Orton. The Viper ducks it and moves into the center of the ring. The Cat flies off the top rope and nails Show in the back of the head with a Sword of Omens clothesline, which sends him stumbling straight into an RKO! The fans go wild as Panther then tags out to Bryan, who also climbs to the top rope, before leaping off and hitting a Flying Headbutt, and covering the giant to get a crowd-pleasing Three-count! Big Show is eliminated.
Bryan takes the plaudits, but is soon taken down by Miz, who remains with Dolph on what used to be Team Christian. Miz hits a side suplex, before setting up for the Skull-Crushing Finale. He grabs Bryan, but is reversed, and floored by a Russian Leg Sweep. Bryan gets over to his corner and tags in Panther, who enters and chases Miz into the opposite corner, stomping away at him. The comms briefly remind us of Panther’s one-time rivalry with The Miz and JR says that there will always be bad blood between them. Panther’s all over Miz and doesn’t see the tag made by Ziggler. The Cat tries to lift Miz up, and then backs up to get set for an enziguiri attempt. However, Dolph’s in sneakily round the other side of him and despite Kaitlyn’s high pitched warning, the King nails a Zig-Zag and Panther’s out for the Three-count.. Panther is eliminated. Regal: “Ha ha! He got him again. By my count that’s now Dolph three Panther nil. That is too funny Jim.” JR: “Well Kaitlyn certainly isn’t laughing.” Regal: “Probably realizes what a humongous mistake she’s made by leaving a proven winner like our King.” The bout continues with Orton and Dolph trading blows, and entertaining the crowd with reversals and close calls. Orton hits his trademark backbreaker, and that is soon followed by a DDT from the middle rope. He is in his zone, and slams his fists to the canvas as he readies himself for the RKO. However, as Dolph rises, his quick reactions see him leap across to make a tag to Miz. Miz looks at him with a raised eyebrow. “What are you Dolph? Chicken?” Miz gets into the ring and looks over to Dolph again, but that is a huge mistake as Orton has rewound his RKO, and uses it to floor Miz instead. Orton shoots the half, makes the cover and his hometown cheer as he gets Three. The Miz is eliminated. JR; “What a mistake by Miz, or should that be ‘Miz-take’?” He reminds us that we are now at two versus one as Orton and Bryan look to put away Dolph. The King does his best as Orton tags in a fresh Daniel Bryan, and Ziggler is able to get some shots in, including the Knighthood (Billy Gunn’s old Fame-asser). However, Dolph fails with a Zig-Zag attempt. Bryan knocks him down with a shot to the head, and tags back to Orton. Randy tries almost too hard to end it, and gets reversed into a Sleeper Hold. Dolph has it locked on tight and Orton is struggling. However, *BAM!* a lightbulb goes off in Orton’s head and he uses the scenario to counter and hit an RKO! He hooks the leg and gets One, gets Two and gets Three!
Winners and Survivors: Daniel Bryan and The Viper, Randy Orton.
JR: “What a match! What… a… match! If that’s just a taster of Survivor Series then we are in for one hell of a pay-per-view!” Regal: “I must say that was an enjoyable contest, even if the best team did lose. Any given Wednesday I suppose.” Orton takes in the acclaim of the fans as Bryan also climbs the turnbuckles to celebrate. JR: “As we said earlier folks, Orton is a master at Survivor Series. He has a superior record and his performance here tonight shows it. This year at KWF Survivor Series though he’ll have to survive Triple Threat action as he faces Mr. Anderson and Champion, Christian Cage for the Intercontinental Title!” Regal: “I won’t say that the stipulation of a Triple Threat is very fair on the Champion Jim, but there’s no doubts that we’ll be in for one heck of a match there.”
And now it’s time for the Turmoil recap. Last week’s show was a Halloween Special, including a massive backstage party for all the Chicks and Superstars. Christopher Daniels tried to get into the head of Kazarian, Christian was fooled again by his own bodyguard, and was left covered in food and bruises by Mr. Anderson after inadvertently covering him in a beverage. Panther showed off his Walker, Texas Ranger costume, before roundhouse kicking anything that moved. AJ and Kaitlyn had a heated discussion, before being made to team up against The Beautiful People. In the ring, Why So Serious returned to action with a victory over LAX, Kazarian was embarrassed by Sin Cara as the Mexican beat him with his own move, the Flux Capacitor, and the Hardcore Championship was on the line after Cody Rhodes attacked Sheamus in the back for a second time and it was The Celtic Warrior who came out on top once more. The best was saved for last though in the main event, as CM Punk sat at ringside to watch Rob Van Dam go up against the returning Beast, The Absolute Lashley. The UnderTaker’s protégé was lethal, and picked up a win with an emphatic Sitdown Spinebuster. Read an action packed Halloween Special edition of Turmoil by clicking HERE now!
The camera crew follow Bubba-Ray and Devon as they march toward a door marked ‘Rated R GM.’ They open it without knocking and storm in to verbally lay into Edge. Bubba: “Did you see what they did last week? Huh? Harley Quinn and that blonde bitch Kelly Kelly? If it weren’t for them The Joker and Gambit woulda lost to LAX!” Edge: “Bubba, not that I should hear you out because you’ve kindly been welcome into my Skybox, but what’s your point? What do you want?!” Devon: “What we want Edge, is for Harley Quinn and Kelly Kelly to be banned from ringside at KWF Survivor Series. You may want us to lose our Belts, but we sure as hell ain’t gonna go down to a four-on-two!” Devon: “Ha, make that five-on-two! We don’t want Abyss allowed anywhere near the match either!” Edge thinks for a moment and says that he’ll grant The Dudleys their wish as long as they compete and win tonight. He says: “You’ll be facing two old foes of yours, The Hart Dynasty. Beat them and there will be no interference allowed at Survivor Series. Not the girls, not Abyss or anyone will be allowed and if there is any interference at all, then the match will stop and you guys will retain your Belts. But that swings both ways, I don’t want you two to have some kind of plan either.” The Dudleys seem pleased. They say that they only need each other to defend their Gold and they say that Edge has done the ring thing. Bubba: “Now all we have to do is wipe the floor with Tyson Kidd and DH Smith. C’mon Devon.” Bubba and Devon exit as we go to commercial.
We’re back Live on Turmoil and ♫Mr Anderson’s music♫ «< click to play) hits. The self-publicised ‘asshole’ announces himself via his drop-down microphone on stage, before marching to the ring. Despite the current bad blood between he and Randy Orton, Anderson still enjoys a good reception from St. Louis. The ovation is not so forthcoming for Drew McIntyre though, as we hear ♫I dream broken dreams, and make them come true♫ «< click to play) and the Scot slowly walks to the ring.
Mr. Anderson v Drew McIntyre
They lock up as the bell goes, and this one is underway. JR reminds us that this is a punishment match set up by Edge to signal to the British Invasion that their attack on Samoa Joe last week was unacceptable. JR explains that Wade Barrett dismissed it as a punishment, believing Anderson to be no match for McIntyre, but Edge turned it up a notch as he also announced the British faction would be in Survivor Series action against a team captained by Joe. Barrett’s prediction looks good early on as the man from Ayr, Scotland dominates. He hits some old school moves such as the bodyslam, a suplex and a good old boot to the face. He flicks his hair before raising his arm to the fans, who boo loudly. Regal: “As well as Wade Barrett and myself, I’m sure Christian is enjoying this, seeing one of his Survivor Series opponents getting taught a lesson here.” JR: “The match is still young, and the Intercontinental Champion didn’t exactly wow this audience earlier when he got squashed by Brodus Clay. I must admit I’m impressed by McIntyre, but remember, the British Invasion haven’t been a victorious faction of late. Wade Barrett won the number 30 spot at the Royal Rumble via attaining a Feast or Fired briefcase, but other than that, the British Invasion don’t have any Gold and they currently don’t have any means of getting any.” Regal: “Watch your mouth JR.” McIntyre’s lackadaisical approach has cost him the upper hand as Anderson fights back. The time Drew was taking between shots allowed Anderson to recover, and he’s firing back with shots now, before flooring the Brit with a fierce clothesline. The action soon heads out to the outside, and Anderson doesn’t stop there. He slams McIntyre’s head against the barrier, before trying to launch him into the steps. However, Drew reverses it and it’s the Green Bay man who goes crashing. We head into commercials.
When we come back, McIntyre has Anderson in the centre of the ring, stomping away, before applying a headlock. He is smiling once again as he pulls tight, trying to wear down his opponent. Anderson is still fighting back, but cannot get free of the headlock. The fans clap, trying to urge Anderson on, and it seems to be working as he gets to his feet. He elbows his way out of the hold, and goes against the ropes. McIntyre goes for a big boot again, but Anderson ducks, and goes for the Mic-Check, but Drew gets out of dodge and quickly exits the ring. He turns to the fans and points to his head, informing them of just how clever he is. However, Anderson reaches over the top rope and grabs him by the hair, before pulling him up onto the apron, and then forcing him up the turnbuckles. He goes up himself and never lets go of the Scottish locks, before hooking his arm around McIntyre and executing a superplex. However, before he can cover, there is booing throughout the arena. Christian has raced to the ring and slides in. Anderson doesn’t see him, and Cage is winding up by the corner, perhaps readying himself for a spear. The referee tells him to get out of the ring, but Cage doesn’t listen. Anderson is still looking at McIntyre, but finally turns around and Cage charges – but in slides a well-known Viper and *BAM!* RKO! RKO, and the fans go wild, mainly because Orton has hit Christian with his devastating move. Orton looks down at Cage, then up at a surprised Anderson, who is almost caught out by McIntyre from behind, but as Orton rolls out of the ring, Anderson counters the FutureShock DDT attempt from the Scot, and instead floors him with a timely Mic-Check! He covers and hooks the leg as the referee counts Three.
Winner: Mr. Anderson.
♫Anderson’s music hits♫ «< click to play) but he gets out of the ring straight away and just stares at Orton, still not sure about him. JR: “Remember William, Orton hit Ken Anderson with the RKO to cost him his Intercontinental Title at Bound For Glory, all so he could get his hands on Christian when he cashed in his Feast or Fired briefcase. Anderson does not trust him one bit.” Regal: “And with good cause, Orton is a snake in more ways than one. He’s never had a reputation for being trustworthy and well, he tried as much as he could to get a piece of Cage earlier tonight and now he’s finally got him. Git.” Anderson has his hand raised as he backs off up the ramp, and Orton is left to climb the turnbuckles and take in another round of applause.
Backstage after commercials we see AJ Lee dressed in a tight white shirt and smart short-shorts. We catch her mid-conversation as she’s talking to a very glamorous looking Mickie James. James: “Yeah, my music career is going really well. And the wrestling fans out there are really helping spread my stuff, I’m really honored. But hey, you’ve been back for a while now. I saw what happened at Bound For Glory and girl, I was shocked as you when Kaitlyn laid down for Madison.” AJ: “Urgh, exactly! I mean laying down for the loss is one thing, but it was her basically saying that she didn’t want to be the Champion anymore – and she laid down to that witch Madison, I’m telling you as soon as I get a chance I’m ripping that tiara right off her head.” Mickie chuckles: “But you gotta go easy on Kaitlyn you know. I mean, I was shocked, so was everyone, but she’s right when she said that she didn’t win that Belt on her own merit. Those dogs, The Beautiful People, those two and King Dolph tailored their Kingdom around the Women’s Championship. Kaitlyn never wanted to be Champ that way and under the King, she was a slave more than she was ever a Queen.” AJ: “I know, I know all of this. I’m just annoyed at the fact that my best friend laid down to my worst enemy.” Mickie: “Well there you go, she’s your friend right? Your best friend above everything else, so accept and understand her decision. She wasn’t disrespecting the Title nor was she trying to bug you. She wanted to be free. She’s like Cinderella.” AJ seems a little happier and the two keep talking as we head back to ringside.
The crowd are on their feet as Tyson Kidd and DH Smith enter in front of this St. Louis audience. The comms remind us of Tyson and DH’s long-standing rivalry with The Dudleys and then we hear a chorus of boos as ♫The Dudleys music♫ «< click to play) hits and we get set to watch the Tag Team Champions in action Live here on KWF Wednesday Night Turmoil.
Tyson Kidd & DH Smith, The Hart Dynasty vs. The Dudleys
DH looks focused as he begins versus Devon. They lock up and Devon tries to force him toward his corner, but Smith pushes back and this allows Bubba to reach in and slap his partner on the shoulder. Ray comes in and helps his brother, the two of them sending DH against the ropes for a double back body drop. Textbook tag team work right away, but as Bubba covers, Tyson comes in to ensure The Dudleys know that The Hart Dynasty can compete with the best of them. Kidd is relentless as he kicks at Bubba and the referee finds it hard to restore order, but when he does, the contest slightly evens out as DH is back to his feet and he legally tags Tyson in. Kidd fights well, but The Dudleys tag often to keep one another fresh and this allows them to go on and take full control of the match. JR and Regal discuss The Dudleys dominant reign as KWF World Tag Team Champions. Regal: “They’ve been Champions for a whole year Jim, an entire year in a division where so many variables can have an impact on the conclusion of a match.” JR: “Yes, and there’s no doubting that The Dudley Boys are the very best tag team in the world, perhaps they’re the greatest of all time, but their methods and actions are not provoked William. Take for example the fact that they injured and sidelined Beer Money. They had Harlem Heat get fired under the Hogan/Flair reign of power and most recently they’ve been heinously putting women through tables – a nasty message that they send to everyone that they come across.” Regal: “Well that would be the reason that Natalya Neidhart isn’t at ringside tonight Jim, but remember, the Chicks through tables thing is old school Dudleys. Their fame grew once upon a time because of how they put women through tables and so, with KWF being the best of the wrestling world, they’re actually doing a great job, not just as Champions, but as entertainers as well.” JR: “Are you kidding me? You’re trying to defend Bubba and Devon putting women through tables? That’s insane!” Regal: “Well sorry Jim, that’s the effect Why So Serious has on people, including myself. I blame Edge for that.” JR: “Edge was responsible for Why So Serious’ return, but them being here isn’t an excuse for people to do wacky things or even say them. You must take responsibility for your actions and yes, The Dudleys are winning here, but I have no doubts that Edge is right, Joker Hardy knows The Dudleys better than anyone and I can see him and Gambit becoming the new Tag Team Champions at Survivor Series.” Indeed JR is correct when he says The Dudleys are winning. They’ve tagged well back and forth and Tyson and DH can’t get out of third gear as Bubba and Devon dominate. Smith is strong though, taking Bubba up for a delayed vertical suplex, such an impressive move, but then Devon chopblocks him from behind. This leads to an instant cover from Bubba and Devon not only clobbers Tyson off the apron, but he reaches back in from ringside to hold Smith’s leg, preventing him from kicking out and The Dudleys pass through The Hart Dynasty with ease.
Winners: Bubba-Ray and Devon, The Dudleys.
JR: “Those damn Dudleys! Did they have to do that? Was it necessary that they cheat when their Titles weren’t even on the line here on Turmoil?!” Regal: “Winning is a fantastic habit Jim and to the Dudleys it doesn’t matter how they get the job done as long as they leave as winners. They’re very clever. They knew they didn’t have to put on a clinic here and they know of course that they’re not exactly working by the hour. A simple win and now no one is allowed to interfere at KWF Survivor Series.” The comms set to continue to analyze The Dudleys win, but then we see Harley Quinn and Kelly Kelly emerge on stage. Devon, from ringside goes around the ring and stands at the foot of the ramp. He looks back at Bubba and Bubba tells him to keep an eye on them. Devon sets to walk up the ramp. He gets half way, but then Harley (Christy Hemme) motions to him to turn around. As he turns he looks at Bubba way back in the ring and behind his brother stands The Monster Abyss! Devon yells to Bubba to watch out, but as Bubba turns round he walks right into a Black-Hole Slam! The crowd go nuts at seeing this, but before anyone has a chance to take a breath, Devon turns back toward the Chicks and *BAM* Mardi-Gras! Out of nowhere, Gambit’s on the ramp with him and he superkicks Devon right off his feet. Then we hear a scream from the audience and we see The Joker emerge out of the audience. He runs up the stairs, up to the top turnbuckle and he flies off for an automatic Swanton Bomb! JR: “Oh my, what the?! What the hell is going on?!” Regal: “Jim I think we’ve just seen exactly why The Dudleys didn’t want the Why So Serious miscreants allowed at ringside come Survivor Series, look at the commotion they’ve caused! Bubba and Devon are out and every member of Why So Serious has been involved! For goodness sake, this is as bizarre and as fast a mauling as you’ll ever see. Jesus, Why So Serious have taken The Dudleys out just like that.” ♫Why So Serious’ music♫ «< click to play) hits and they receive a good reaction, with some of the fans still stunned at what they’ve done here tonight. We fade to commercials as the group converge atop the stage.
We are backstage with JB who is standing by to interview the X-Division Champion, Christopher Daniels. The Fallen Angel is looking smug with the Title over his shoulder, as Borash asks him about the situation between Sin Cara and Kazarian. Daniels: “As I said to Frankie, I sympathise with him entirely. Sin Cara is a menace, and the way he flagrantly just stole Kaz’s move, the Flux Capacitor, and then not only that, but he has the gall to use that very move against Frankie last week to beat him. People talk themselves hoarse about the so-called ‘respect’ of the X-Division. Well Sin Cara took a huge steaming dump over all that last week, and I’m sure Kaz is just as pissed off as I am about his actions.” JB goes on to ask the Champ about the inclusion of Rey Mysterio in the upcoming Triple Threat match between himself, Sin Cara and the San Diego native at Survivor Series. “I respect Rey for what he’s achieved in his business, and unlike a lot of people, I completely understand why he turned his back on his apparent ‘fans’. They took him for granted for years, and now can’t stand the fact that Rey is better than ever now. But no matter whether it’s Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara or whoever Edge wants to throw at me, I am the Fallen Angel, I am the greatest X-Division superstar of all time, I am Christopher Daniels, and I will be victorious once again at Survivor Series!” Daniels flicks JB’s tie into his face before sipping his Appletini and exiting.
We see shots of various sports such as basketball, football, soccer and ice hockey, showing teams working together and triumphing. A voiceover comes on. “In life, many people work better as a team. Working together with one goal in mind… to win!” The scene fades into wrestling, as we are now treated to shots from great Survivor Series gone by, such as Andre the Giant being the Sole Survivor at the very first event in 1987, Hogan and Warrior in 1990, and Randy Orton in 2005. “But some, prefer to be individuals.” We then see the debut of The UnderTaker, with Roddy Piper’s famous “Look at the size-a-that!” line, followed by the infamous Montreal screw-job on 1997 between HBK and Bret Hart, and finally the KWF screwjob of last year as Hulk Hogan dropped the Big Leg on Stone Cold Steve Austin and Unleashed Hell. “At the 26th Annual Survivor Series, you must trust no-one!” We then see the faces of several KWF roster members, including AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, The Dudleys, Randy Orton, CM Punk, and finally General Manager Edge, before the words fly into the screen. KWF Survivor Series – Sunday 18th November 2012.
We’re at ringside with Jim Ross and William Regal. They declare how much they’re looking forward to KWF Survivor Series and tell that we are now set to witness our main event of the evening. ♫CM Punk’s music♫ «< click to play) hits and the arena erupts in cheer as the KWF World Heavyweight Champion makes his entrance. Punk carries his Title Belt with pride and he makes his way to ringside to join JR and Regal on commentary. He soaks up all the applause before finally putting on a headset and taking his seat. Punk: “Wow, that was some reception huh? Hey JR, hi William, how you guys doing tonight?” JR: “Well Champ, we’re ecstatic as we look forward to Survivor Series. Thank you for agreeing to voice this main event with us tonight. We know, that you’re especially looking forward to this upcoming match-up.” Punk: “I am JR and just like everyone at home, I’m looking forward to this main event as a fan of this sport. You often say that this isn’t ballet and to coin another phrase of yours James, I expect this match to be a slobberknocker!” ♫So, You Think You’re Untouchable?…♫ «< click to play) John Cena’s music blares through the arena and the crowd’s cheers for Punk quickly turn to boos as the Doctor of Thuganomics marches down to the ring. He ignores the fans jeers and awaits the entrance of Kurt Angle. Angle’s cheered as he comes out and Punk immediately states that Kurt Angle is the reason why he got on the path to glory again here in the KWF. Regal: “Haha, oh yes I remember, you were down and out. You were a loser for such a long time Punk. You lost to Anderson, to RVD and a number of others.” Punk: “I lost Mister Regal, but I clawed my way out of the gutter and I fought back. I fought back and I made it to the very top. Kurt Angle lit that spark in me and I will always respect him for that. You see William when you’re at the top, the fall is so much longer than you ever realize and what I went through this year after losing to Taker at Mania, I admit I never knew when my next win would come. But it came, I rose from the ashes and now I am so widely respected, so admired as the Champion, the Best in the World that the GM of this show has allowed me to choose my own opponent for Survivor Series. That’s a bold move by the man in charge, but that shows the character of Edge and it will also allow me to prove my integrity and my respect for this Belt as the face of this company come Survivor Series.” JR: “Punk, you mention Survivor Series, but as I remember, don’t you have to announce your decision as to who your opponent is by the beginning of next week’s show? That’s the final Turmoil before the pay-per-view.” Punk: “You’re right there Jim, and before you ask, no I haven’t yet made my decision. I’ve not only been looking at the main events put on by Edge, I’ve been looking at everyone on every show out there. Even Colt Cabana and Luke Gallows have a shot at this thing. Although, I will rule them out right now, so there’s your scoop of the week JR haha. Sauce It folks, it’s main event time!” JR: “Haha, you took the words right out of my mouth.” Regal: “Dear Lord.”
John Cena vs. Kurt Angle – CM Punk on commentary
The referee makes sure the wrestlers are ready and he calls for the bell to get this match finally underway. The St. Louis crowd is firmly behind Angle as the commentary trio remind us that John Cena is a thug here in the Keystone Wrestling Federation. Cena and Angle lock up with Kurt taking a hammerlock, but then ducking under to trip Cena to his gut. Angle sets to grab Cena’s ankle, but Cena sees it coming and he quickly gets back to his feet. He then shoves Angle hard in the chest and mouths off to him. Punk: “Come on John, it’s a wrestling match and Angle took you down by wrestling to the canvas. Pick that up in a beginners guide to wrestling sometime.” Regal: “Are you suggesting you won’t be choosing Mister Cena as your opponent for Survivor Series?” JR: “Oh I don’t know. Punk I’m sure you know the threat that Cena possesses in that ring and while you mention Cena’s alleged lack of mat wrestling ability, the Doctor of Thuganomics is still a very dangerous man. He will hurt you in that ring and he’ll do whatever it takes to win.” Punk: “You’re right Jim and that’s what I’ve enjoyed so much about KWF Blogs lately. With each and every match the wrestlers know that the KWF Champion is watching them. They know that they have to compete at the very top of their game because they need the victory and they need to show me how capable they are, how worthy they are to be my competition at Survivor Series.” We watch on as Cena and Angle go back and forth again, but this time it’s Cena on top and he decks Angle for a quick cover. Angle kicks out at Two, but he’s the one to then get to his feet and shove Cena in his chest. Cena doesn’t take kindly to this and the two begin to brawl. However, Cena’s the obvious hard-hitter so Angle goes chest to chest with him, pops his hips and takes his opponent up and over for an over-the-top belly-to-belly suplex. An impressive show of strength and tenacity from Angle and now he goes back to Cena’s legs. This time he’s able to grab hold of the ankle, but again, Cena sees it coming and he reaches out for the bottom rope. He pulls himself out of the ring and Punk says: “That’s a smart move, very smart by Cena. You don’t want to allow Kurt Angle any kind of advantage by letting him get at your ankle. As soon as he has a small piece of it, he’ll be all over it for the rest of the match. Cena knows that and he’s very astute to get out of the ring when he did.” Cena bides his time for the moment and Angle waves his arms to get the fans going as we head to our final commercial break of the evening.
We’re back Live and we watch as Cena has Angle in a modified bear-hug in the middle of the ring. The comms take us split-screen and show that Angle went after Cena at ringside during the break. However, it was Cena who gained the upper hand as he rammed the Olympic Gold Medalist back-first into the ring apron. Regal: “John Cena’s ruthless out there.” JR: “He is, he always has been and remember ladies and gentlemen, this isn’t Cena and Angle’s first ever rodeo. These two men know each other pretty well.” JR and Regal remind us that Cena’s first television appearance was in a debut match versus Kurt Angle. The two of them once had a rap contest on WWE’s SmackDown a number of years ago. Since then both superstars have gone on to win multiple Championships, but here in the KWF both men are at a point where it’s not a number one contenders match, there is no Title on the line. It’s two men full of pride and full of guts. Both of them want to leave St. Louis saying ‘I beat Kurt Angle’ or ‘I beat John Cena’. Punk: “This time in 2005, Cena and Kurt were heading into WWE Survivor Series to compete for the WWE Title. Now, going into KWF Survivor Series both men are trying to better the other yet again and I’ll tell ya this, both guys have my respect that’s for sure.” The match goes on and on. Angle having broken out of the bear-hug has continuously tried to slowly chip away at Cena’s ankle. However, Cena’s upper body strength often allows him to lift or push Angle away from him and thus we have a stalemate between these two fine main event athletes. The battle falls to ringside once again and Angle Irish-whips Cena toward the barricade, but no, Cena counters and Angle ends up flying over the barricade and into the front row of the audience. Cena pauses by the announce table. He steps toward Punk, eyeballs him and then he goes toward the timekeeper’s corner to grab a microphone. JR: “What’s he up to?” Cena taps the mic and says: “Yo, yo, yo.” He looks toward the audience. “Yeah, all of you. Cena versus Angle this is an old school fight. I’m makin’ sure I blow this sh*t like dynamite. Punk’s gonna choose a contender to the Title, but I’m makin’ sure he knows who’s vital. It ain’t Angle, it’s not Shea-moose or Fat Joe. It’s John Cena, now all you bitches know!” Cena drops the mic and eyeballs Punk again, but now Angle’s up and after rolling in and out of the ring to break the ref’s Ten-count, Angle pounces on Cena and takes the battle back in the ring. He again focuses on Cena’s ankle, but the Doctor is resilient and always manages to get to the bottom rope. The fans cheer Angle on, but JR notices that a pocket of them are chanting Cena’s name. He says: “Does that surprise you Punk?” Punk: “In a word, no, even Why So Serious get cheered in this company. Everyone has a flavor they like JR and right now it’s Olympic Raspberry against Vanilla Cena, haha, KWF at it’s best right?” Angle again chips away at Cena’s ankle and this time he has him in the middle of the ring, but again Cena is fighting it and he just won’t tap out. He eventually makes it toward the bottom rope and the referee forces the break. Angle becomes frustrated and he sets to pull Cena toward the middle of the ring. However, Cena counters with a Small Package, that gets One, Two – but Angle kicks out. Both men get to their feet and Angle runs at Cena only to be picked up and lifted up and over to be floored by the F-U! Cena connects with the F-U, but there’s no cover because he goes down himself, holding his previously hurt ankle. JR: “Good God what a match. Both these superstars are earning every inch. What a main event here on Turmoil.” Punk: “It’s great JR, this match could headline a pay-per-view that’s for sure.” Angle is groggy by the corner and we watch as Cena pulls himself to his feet by the opposite corner. Cena sets his sights on his opponent, but then *Ding-Ding-Ding* the bell rings. The referee goes toward the corner and confirms with the timekeeper that the duration of this match has expired. Therefore, Justin Roberts announces, the result of this match is a Draw.
Result: Time-limit Draw.
Punk: “Oh come on, are you kidding me?” The crowd boo, but indeed this main event has gone on for a full thirty minutes. JR and Regal declare that they’re sure they haven’t seen the last encounter between Angle and Cena, but as for the match itself, the result remains the same, a Time-limit Draw. Punk: “It’s been a hell of a long time since I’ve seen a match go the distance. That thirty minutes flew by and I gotta say how impressed I am. Cena and Angle both have this never say die attitude. They both think they should be competing for my Title and it’s difficult to argue their respective cases. What a match that was.” JR: “Ladies and gentlemen I can’t begin to imagine how our guest commentator here is going to determine a challenger for his World Title, but an announcement will be made at the beginning of next week’s show, so join us then folks.” Cena, Angle and CM Punk all end the night on their feet. No winner in the main event, but no loser either. Turmoil fades out.