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As the intro video comes to a close we hear and see the pyro’s explode and the fans go wild as we ignite Chattanooga with KWF’s Wednesday Night Turmoil! Jim Ross and his broadcast colleague William Regal bring us in to what should be an exciting night ahead. “I can’t wait Jim. We’ve got Daniel Bryan versus Styler, The Pope against Kofi Kingston and those scallywags of the Red and Black go head to head with the British Invasion tonight as Kevin Nash and Sting take on Big Rob Terry and Mason Ryan! What a brutal combination they’re sure to be.” “Oh I don’t doubt it William. The Wolfpac cost British Invasion leader Wade Barrett the WWE Title last week, and tonight Nash and Sting will certainly have their hands full with these impressive young Welsh-men.” As ♫Sheamus’ music♫ «< click to play) hits, the comms also tell us that we shall be hearing from the new X-Division Champion Rey Mysterio tonight and TNA World Heavyweight Champion, CM Punk! We’re reminded that Rey Mysterio turned his back on all his lifelong fans by turning bad and taking every short cut he could to sneak himself the X-Division Title. “Rey won the Belt, but he’s got some explaining to do. How can he turn his back on all his fans?” “Who cares about the fans Jim? Rey Mysterio did what was right by him at Survivor Series and I pat him on the back for that. He doesn’t have to explain anything to me. I like the new side of Mysterio.” The comms discuss further how CM Punk won the Title from Jeff ‘The Joker’ Hardy in a Fatal Four Way Joker’s Playground match at KWF Survivor Series. “That seems like an eternity ago Jim.” “Oh don’t we know it. So much has happened since Survivor Series, the KWF just gets bigger, but badder every week. I mean, William, Kurt Angle’s been fired, Ken Anderson has had a mountain of a WWE Title defense and for goodness sakes, where are we headed? With Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair in charge of the new KWF, what’s next on store for us?” “Calm down Jim, you’re missing so much prosperity that’s come from the takeover. For starters, you and I are sat here calling the action and secondly, perhaps more importantly, the best of the wrestling world is Live right here on Wednesday Night Turmoil every week. You needn’t go anywhere else for your wrestling fix.” JR argues that Kurt Angle is part of that notion, and his firing was just the new owners using the Olympian as a scapegoat, an example of what axe they can wield with all their power. Regal says that it matters not what personal gain Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair gain from the takeover. Regal changes tracks to besmirch the audience for cheering for Sheamus. “Who on earth can cheer for an Irishman? It makes no sense.” JR talks up Sheamus’ popularity and says that since the World Elite split apart, Sheamus and his tag team partner Vladimir Kozlov have been very much liked by the fans. “They’re great athletes, they’re entertaining. What’s not to like?” “An Irishman and a Russian? What’s not to like?! You’re a buffoon Jim, they’re brutes and they’re too ugly for TV.”
Sheamus vs. Drew McIntyre
The match begins with the two superstars locking it up. JR reminds us that the Dudleys smashed Vlad Kozlov through a Table not long ago, but we expect that he’ll be back on KWF Blogs as soon as next week. The comms tell how menacing the Dudleys have been since becoming 28-time Tag Team Champions. “They’re excellent JR, so many Title reigns and they’re still going after all these years.” “Sure Regal, but their viciousness is unnecessary. They’d done so well throughout their career and they were loved here on KWF Blogs. Why revert back to Tables and injuring your opponents every week?” As the discussion goes on, McIntyre rams Sheamus with knees before forcing him toward the corner. Sheamus turns him round though and he battles McIntyre up the turnbuckles, but just as Sheamus tries an early superplex, McIntyre counters by dropping over the back of his opponent and performing a version of the Sunset Flip to get Sheamus down for a cover. That gets One, Two – a quick kick-out, Sheamus won’t go down so easy. William Regal gives us insight about the direction of the British Invasion and he reveals that Styler and Drew McIntyre have gone into singles competition. Regal says “Now that the roster is one, I know Styler wants a chance at the X-Division Championship and we all know what Drew McIntyre is capable of.” Drew thwarts Sheamus with a backbreaker and covers him for One, Two – wow, again Two, but the counts get closer as this match continues through commercials.
When we return we see that the match went back and forth during the break. Sheamus had gotten himself back into the match, but as he had control of McIntyre at ringside, Sheamus went too rough too soon and a shoulder barge had him be sidestepped and McIntyre rammed Sheamus hard into the steel ring-post. Drew then regained momentum and control, getting Sheamus back in the ring for another Two-count. Back Live we watch as McIntyre tries to wear Sheamus down and we listen as William Regal talks McIntyre up. Drew looks to set Sheamus up for a finish, but after an attempt at the Future Shock DDT, Sheamus back body drops Drew and that may turn the match around. Both men are down as the referee administers the Ten-count. We get down to Seven and Sheamus is the first up. He waits for Drew and clotheslines him right back down. The Celtic Warrior has the fans behind him and momentum shifts his way as he takes McIntyre down again before picking him up and nailing the Irish Curse Backbreaker! The crowd chant and cheer Sheamus on as he sets up for the Celtic Cross. Regal winces as he doesn’t want to see it happen. Sheamus gets Drew up and over into position, but as he sets to execute the move, McIntyre kicks off the top turnbuckle and momentum allows him to swing up and back over Sheamus to instantly hook his arms and *BAM* “Future Shock DDT! Good God almighty!” yells JR as Regal shouts “Cover him, cover him!” and Drew does; One! Two! Three!
Winner: Drew McIntyre.
The crowd boo the result, but the comms concur that nobody could boo the match. An epic battle between an Irishman and a Scotsman and just when the Irishman had control, the Scotsman remained focused and he flipped the direction of the match in just one instant and the emphatic Future Shock DDT put Sheamus down for the One, Two, Three. “Ahh, that’s my boy, great work Drew!” says Regal as JR finishes “What an outstanding contest, what a way to start Wednesday Night Turmoil!”
We come to our first ever Wednesday Night Turmoil Recap. A video package reminds us of what occurred in Sunrise, Florida last week during the first edition of Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair’s new concept. The night began with The Hulkster and The Nature Boy bragging about how they pulled the wool over everyone’s eyes at KWF Survivor Series. This lead Kurt Angle to come out and argue with them, which in turn lead to the first example of how this reign could pan out. “Kurt Angle, you’re fired!” Elsewhere, The Dudleys defeated Harlem Heat, before blasting Stevie Ray through a table, Alberto Del Rio claimed he was in on the Madison Square Garden Screw Job, which brought RVD to the ring and the Whole F’in Show defeated the Mexican Aristocrat after a great match. Hogan and Flair had revealed earlier in the night that all the current Belts will be unified at Starrcade, and US Champ Matt Morgan took it upon himself to inform Intercontinental Champ The Pope that whichever one of them wins their match will determine which of the two Titles stays on at KWF Blogs. The Beautiful People continued to back up their claims of being the best female duo of all time by beating The Bellas, D-Generation X raised the roof, but then flipped the script again as The Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels announced his shock retirement from the ring. Triple H also revealed that he will be taking a break for an indeterminate amount of time to be with his family. In the main event, Mr. Anderson was forced to defend the WWE Title he acquired just three days previously from Wade Barrett, in a no-DQ match as the Bare-Knuckle Brawler was given his rematch. The new leader of The British Invasion was hoping to count on his new faction to help him regain the Belt, but they never reckoned with the Wolfpac. Nash, Booker, Lethal and Sting raced to Anderson’s aid and the distractions allowed the self-proclaimed ‘Asshole’ to nail Barrett with a Mic Check and retain the WWE Gold.
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♫The Beautiful People’s music♫ «< click to play) hits and we’re back Live inside the McKenzie Arena. Velvet Sky proudly carries the Knockouts Championship as she and her BFF, Angelina Love, complete their provocative entrance. The male portion of the audience cheer the Beautiful People, but they soon boo with the rest of the audience because Velvet and Angelina get on mic to tell the men of Chattanooga that they would never even consider dating any of them. They mock the hygiene of the audience and say that they wanted to bring paper bags here for everyone, but the staff in Wal-mart had already claimed all those bags for their own ugly families. The crowd boo as The BP brag about their dominating performance at KWF Survivor Series. Angelina: “The Why So Serious girls, tree-stump Kaitlyn and that firefly AJ. Nat-faced Nattie and the bloated Mickie James, we defeated all of you. We showed the world that we are better than everybody. We’re sexier, we’re smarter, we’re more powerful and Velvet, we are Knockouts Champions!” Velvet: “That’s right Angelina. But the people of Chattanooga would never understand that. Every woman in this crowd, every girl reading this blog, they’re scared of themselves when they look in the mirror. I mean who’d want to date them? Who’d want to have their babies? I mean, it’s a miracle the population here retains itself because a town named Chattanooga, isn’t that like having all your children be born like Chewbacca? I mean, you all look like yeti’s don’t get me wrong, but Wookie Star Wars babies? Man, you disgusting people should be glad that we even came to this pig sty of an environment.” The crowd boo heavily as JR says that the Beautiful People have no respect. Regal agrees with them that this town is like a village full of Wookie’s. “Ooh God, look at that one!” he says as the camera pans around the audience.
The Beautiful People go on to further talk down at the audience and the town, but then we hear ♫Mickie James’ music!♫ «< click to play). The crowd get to their feet as Mickie enters on stage. She ducks under the rising tron and has a mic in hand. She yells toward The Beautiful People, telling them that Chattanooga has welcomed the KWF there and the BP should have some respect for each and every person they ever come across “And you say you wouldn’t date any of the guys here? So why are you both dressed like Jabba The Hutt’s ‘Sluts from outer space’?” Regal: “Hey, they’re servants of the great Jabba I’ll have you know.” JR: “Err, William?” Regal: “Sorry, I don’t like people misconstruing my friends.” The crowd cheer and chant Mickie’s name as the Divas Champ tells Velvet and Angelina that there’s no doubting that they are the most dominant duo in the history of Women’s Pro Wrestling, “but there’s one thing you two haven’t tested yet. Which one of you is the better individual?” Velvet and Angelina look at one another as Mickie suggests that before one of them faces her for the Unification of the Womens’ Title’s at KWF Starrcade, they face each other one on one for the Knockouts Championship. Velvet: “No, no way! Are you kidding me? Face Angelina? Why Mickie? so you can have an easy road to Starrcade while The Beautiful People wear out each other for your benefit? Hell no, you’re not turning us against each other and that’s final!” Mickie: “Really? Well Velvet, it looks like Angelina may have other ideas…” ♫Mickie James’ music!♫ «< click to play) hits and we watch as Angelina Love and Velvet Sky talk to each other off-mic. The comms finish “Why’s Mickie started this? This is so unfair.” “What are you talking about William. I think Mickie has a point. She’s a competitor and she wants to unify the Belt’s against the best possible opponent. Angelina versus Velvet? Sounds like a great idea to me.” We fade to commercials.
Daniel Bryan vs. Styler
We are set for the first X-Division match on Wednesday Night Turmoil as Daniel Bryan takes on Styler of the British Invasion. As these two tie up, JR reminds us that Styler was part of a successful Tag Team with Drew McIntyre, who of course defeated Sheamus earlier on tonight. Under Wade Barrett’s early leadership, he has decided it is time for them to become singles competitors, with Styler having the perfect build and arsenal for the X-Division. He starts well in this one as he nails a spin kick and tilt-o-whirl backbreaker. As he carries on his attack, Regal comments that he also saw Styler as ideal X-Division fodder, but that as the X-Division Title was always on TNA RAW, he thought it best to utilize him in the Tag Division, which worked to great effect as he and McIntyre are former TNA Tag Champs. Styler hits a facewash in the corner, before using the ropes to spring up and come back down for a dropkick to the chest of Bryan. The American Dragon is in trouble, but fights his way out of the corner with kicks. He hits kicks to the legs, before a big boot to the side of the head of Styler. The Englishman falls to the canvas as the fans cheer for Bryan. Regal takes this time to say how pleased he is that the makers of the new ‘WWE 12’ video game have been glued to KWF Blogs for the past two and a half years. “How else do you explain the blatant plagiarism of the British Invasion and World Elite into that bloody ‘United Kingdom’ script they’ve got on the ‘Road to WrestleMania’? I mean they even have me, Drew and Layla teaming up at one stage. But far from put out, we here in the KWF feel obliged that we could help. You’re welcome WWE.” “Yeah, tell that to TNA and The Joker angle with Sting too. KWF Blogs brought about Joker Hardy two years before Joker Sting came about.”
The match continues going back and forth. Styler is able to hit a high cross body, getting a near fall, while Bryan nails a fierce knee to the jaw off the ropes, and follows that up with a dragon suplex with a bridge, also getting a near fall. JR: “Bryan is on fire here. One of the finest technicians working today, showing everyone just why he is so highly rated.” Regal: “Oh come off it JR. One of the finest technicians working today? He’s nothing but a beardy little chump who wouldn’t know good wrestling if it bit him on the ars…” JR (interrupting) “But what about this action William? He’s got your man Styler in all sorts of trouble.” JR isn’t wrong as Bryan has hit a big dropkick off the top rope, and signals that he’s ready to slap on the LeBell Lock. As Styler gets to his feet he grabs him and locks it on. The fans cheer as Styler looks set to tap. However, there are groans from the crowd as he is able to grab the bottom rope with his foot. The official forces the break, and Bryan thinks Styler has tapped. He raises his arm, but the referee tells him what happened. Bryan looks disappointed, but goes to get back to work on Styler, but as he turns round, *BAM!* Busby Kick! Styler nails the Shining Wizard style move to knock Bryan out and makes the pin. 1… 2… 3.
The Brit has his hand raised as the fans boo. JR: “That was a cheap shot by Styler, but by God it got the job done. Daniel Bryan’s lights have been well and truly turned out.” Regal: “Damn right it got the job done Jim. No-one gets up from the Busby Kick, named after Manchester United legend Sir Matt Busby. Well done Styler my son, you’re well on your way to X-Division Gold.”
We are backstage in the flashy and expensive looking office of Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair. The new co-Chairmen of the KWF are discussing how they’re looking forward to seeing Mason Ryan and Rob Terry rip Sting and Kevin Nash to shreds later on in our main event. Hogan: “Dude, with those two Welsh Dragons coming at ya, even The Hulkster would have to back off. Those guys could probably tear a block of ice in half.” Flair is smiling. “You know it Hogan! After those behemoths destroy Sting and Nash later, I’m gonna invite them to come stylin’ and profilin’ with the Nature Boy at the Turmoil after-party. Woooo!” Just as they’re about to continue their discussion, Alberto Del-Rio and Ricardo Rodriguez enter the office. “You wanted to see me?” Del Rio says. Flair turns around and stands opposite, while Hogan remains seated. Flair: “Ah yes, Alberto Del-Rio, my trump card for Survivor Series. You were a very important cog in our plan, and we just wanted to say how grateful we were.” Del Rio and Ricardo smile and nod. Flair’s expression changes. “But what was all that crap you were spouting last week about being in on the whole thing? Saying you knew what me and Hulk were up to? Nobody knew! We made sure of that! I picked you at Survivor Series because I knew you were unreliable, and that the moment things got a little heated, you’d high-tail it out of there, allowing TNA RAW to coast to victory. But last week you went out to the ring and lied through your back teeth to look like a big shot. And if there’s one thing the Nature Boy doesn’t appreciate, its people spouting lies about my business. Now what do you have to say for yourself Santino?!” Hogan pipes up “Alberto.” Flair corrects himself “Alberto?!” Del Rio stands there seething, and quietly answers. “Don’t underestimate the influence of Alberto Del-Rio my aged friends. You might be better advised to keep on my good side if you want this little venture of yours to succeed.” Del Rio lets off a wry smile before he and Rodriguez exit. Flair and Hogan just look on.
We come back out to the arena where JR and Regal are asking what Del-Rio meant by that comment. Regal: “He’s right. A man with as much power and influence as him should really be someone Hogan and Flair cosy up to rather than rub up the wrong way.” With that, we hear the ♫new music of the new X-Division Champion, Rey Mysterio♫ «< click to play). It was announced last week that Rey would appear tonight to explain his heinous actions at Survivor Series which led to him winning the Seven Deadly Sins match, and the X-Division Title. JR tells us that this entrance music was what he walked out to when he began ‘way back when’ in WCW. Rey is wearing jeans, a t-shirt and the black mask he wore in Madison Square Garden. Some of the fans boo, there are some kids in the front row still wearing Lucha Libre masks, but Rey completely ignores them. There is more than one sign in the crowd which says ‘Why Rey? Why?’ Well he’s about to tell us. “It’s been over a week since I won this Title at Survivor Series, and I’ve had a lot of time to think about what I did. I took shortcuts, I hit low blows, I grabbed the tights… and I won. I have reflected, and looking back, I’m 100% sure that I did exactly the right thing.” The fans boo. “Go ahead, boo me. It’s refreshing. Do you have any idea how annoying it has been, every arena, coming out and having to look for every little snot nosed kid who had a replica mask? You brats who dare wear my mask, do you even know what it means? To bear the identity of a Latino hero like myself, none of you are fit to wear it, none of you should be allowed to disrespect my heritage like that. To all of you, through all my years in this business, I played the good guy, the fan favorite, good old Rey Mysterio. I had to watch on as these young nobodies came in and got shots at this Belt ahead of me. I am a legend of Lucha Libre, Cruiserweight, X-Division, whatever the hell you wanna call it, but these punks, Amazing Red, Evan Bourne, Justin Gabriel, they were all ahead of me in the queue, for age alone. I can still fly around the ring with the best of them, but it seems I’m old news now. These youngsters without an original move between them had taken the spotlight, so I had to use the strongest tool at my disposal against them, my experience. In the time I have been wrestling, I have had to go up against giants, against monsters, against incredible obstacles, but I always came out on top. I knew I had to get back there again, and if I had to be a little devious, then so be it. (In his native tongue) This is the new Rey Mysterio. You might not like it, but I am the X-Division Champion, and frankly, you can all stick it. I’m still here, don’t nobody look over me anymore.” Mysterio drops the mic and exits. The fans boo as he smiles to himself, walking back up the ramp. JR: “Well this is despicable. I thought Rey might have come to his senses by now, but he’s actually defending what he did!” Regal: “Too right he is JR. Rey is absolutely on the button. He was getting overlooked for newer, shinier models, and so had to take drastic action. Believe me, I know all about that and Rey’s proving that even though he may not be able to fly as much as he used to, all his experience can still lead him to victory. I’m glad for him, screw all these idiot fans.”
When we come back from the commercial break, ♫’The Pope’s music!♫ «< click to play).
‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero vs. Kofi Kingston
JR tells us we are set for this intriguing encounter, and reminds us that Pope and Kofi had some great duels over the United States Title over a year ago, including an epic time-limit Draw in the main event of a TNA RAW. They shake hands as this one gets underway, but they are soon interrupted as the ♫music of The Blueprint, Matt Morgan♫ «< click to play) hits, and the current United States Champion makes his way to the ring. Morgan does not join commentary, but simply pulls up a chair and watches. Pope and Kofi look towards him, but then get on with the match. They lock up and Kofi forces Pope into the corner. Dinero holds his arms up and they break. Morgan shouts “Come on you two, fight!” Pope goes over and stands by the ropes, telling him to shut his mouth, which allows Kofi to roll him up, getting a near fall. Morgan smirks as Pope stares at Kofi. The Ghanaian shrugs, and they tap hands again in respect. The match gets into swing now and Pope has managed to get control. He has worked Kofi down with a back elbow to the chest and has applied an arm bar. Kofi is able to struggle out of it, and they exchange reversals. Kofi forces Pope down, and he nips up, turning the arm bar back on Kofi, who falls to his back, but also nips back up. They are cancelling each other out here and the fans are enjoying every minute of it.
“There has been a truly world class standard of wrestling here tonight William wouldn’t you agree?” “Oh absolutely JR. People scoffed at Hogan and Flair being allowed to take over, but credit to them, they have put on an astonishing array of matches here tonight. Three cheers for the Chairmen, hip-hip!” “Oh quit brown nosing Regal.” Kofi has managed to get on top and hits an SOS, coming close to three again on Dinero. The Intercontinental Champion is in trouble as Kofi lines up for the Boom Drop, but he rolls out of the way and drops a quick elbow on Kingston. He lifts Kofi up and hits a picture perfect suplex, covering and getting Two. He keeps staring out to Morgan, who is still watching on intently. Pope launches Kofi into the corner, and sets up for the DDE. He backs up, rolls his knee pads down and races across. Kofi swings through the ropes and hits a pendulum kick. This smacks a speedy Pope right between the eyes, and he staggers back, before falling out through the ropes. Kofi gathers himself, and looks set to dive out on top of him, but as he runs up, Morgan gets into the ring and *BAM!* Carbon Footprint! The referee sees it and calls for the bell.
Winner by way of Disqualification: Kofi Kingston.
Pope gets to his feet and slides into the ring. He goes to attack Kofi but the referee stops him, telling him the match is over and he lost via DQ. Dinero looks completely confused, until he looks up the ramp and sees Morgan laughing and mouthing off. The Blueprint is at the top of the stage just laughing and waving, while Pope seethes, and checks on Kofi, who is out cold.
Backstage we’re with KWF Blogs interviewer Jeremy Borash who’s standing by with James Storm, Robert Roode and Gail Kim. “Beer Money Incorporated, thank you for joining us, I understand that you’ve asked for this time to make a statement to your opponents coming up at KWF Starrcade?” Roode: “JB it’s like this. The Dudleys have been around a long long time and we know that what they have in experience cannot compare to any other tag team that has ever been in Pro Wrestling. But, come Starrcade, make no mistake about it; we will defeat Bubba and Devon, the Belts that they carry will be Unified with ours and we will become the first ever KWF World Tag Team Champions!” Storm takes a sip of his beer before taking over; “You know what JB we’ve been watching the Dudley Boyz our whole careers and the fact is, on KWF Blogs, they’re better than they’ve ever been. They’re more ruthless, more aggressive and hell they’d put their own Momma’s through Tables if that’d guarantee them victory. But Roode and I, we ain’t no rookies. We ain’t no slouches to bar fights and at Starrcade that’s what it’s gonna be JB, a fight! Bubba, Devon, we gon’ be KWF World Tag Champions.” Roode nods as Storm drinks some more beer and Gail finishes “Sorry, ‘bout your damn luck!”
Back at ringside JR and Regal tell how much they’re looking forward to The Dudleys versus Beer Money at KWF Starrcade. JR says that they’d fought many times before when KWF first began, but at Starrcade the stakes will be higher than ever, “Who will become the first ever KWF World Tag Team Champions?” We change tracks and watch as ♫Natalya’s music!♫ «< click to play) hits. The comms announce that Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair have agreed with Mickie James’ idea and next week, Live on Wednesday Night Turmoil it will be Velvet Sky defending the Knockouts Title against her own partner Angelina Love. However, to coincide with that decision, because this was Mickie James’ idea, the co-Chairmen have flipped it on her. Coming up, Mickie James will have to face her partner that tagged with her at KWF Survivor Series. James versus Neidhart, Live next on KWF Blogs’ Wednesday Night Turmoil!
Natalya Neidhart vs. Mickie James
Mickie James passes her Divas Title to the referee and Natalya looks at the Belt. “As a former KWF commentator would say Jim, all women secretly hate each other and I think Nattie Neidhart would love to get a grip of a Women’s Championship again.” “Sure William, but by no means does Natalya hate Mickie, you’re just trying to stir the pot.” The contest begins with Mickie on top, getting the better of a drop toehold and then a leg drop. Mickie gets up and snapmares Nattie over, but Natalya rushes to her feet. Mickie attempts an arm-drag, but Natalya proves too powerful and she brings Mickie toward her to then swat her down with a clothesline. Nattie goes to work on Mickie’s legs, but James quickly makes it to the ropes. She gets out to the apron and Natalya goes to attempt to suplex her back into the ring. Mickie counters however and we watch as she attempts a suplex! “This is dangerous!” gasps JR, but Nattie counters and she lands on the apron alongside Mickie. The two exchange blows, but then both try clotheslines at the same time and they collide so hard that they both fall off the apron and land hard at ringside. “What a match!” says Regal as the fans are on their feet chanting for both women as JR goes through replays and we head to commercials.
When we return we see that Natalya had the better of Mickie at ringside, but Mickie regained control back in the ring, but now we’re back to Nattie on top and we’re back to basics as Natalya pulls on a leg-lock that will wear Mickie down for a possible Sharpshooter. Mickie writhes in pain, but eventually makes the ropes. Natalya gets up to send her opponent into the corner. Nattie charges with a clothesline, but Mickie gets her boots up. She then ignites the crowd with a vintage Mickie James headscissors out the corner. This takes Nattie down and Mickie follows up with a Thesz Press. Natalya does all she can to fight back, but Mickie proves too much. She prepares Nattie for the finish, a Mickie-DT coming up, but no, Nattie has one last gasp of a fight left as she counters the move by pushing Mickie off in mid-air. However, James lands on her feet and *BAM* Mick-Kick! James covers, hooks the leg and the crowd count ‘One!’ ‘Two!’ ‘Three!’
Winner: Mickie James.
A fantastic match comes to an end and we watch as Mickie James helps Natalya to her feet. The ref hands James her Divas Title and JR finishes by saying he can’t wait to see Mickie against either of The Beautiful People Live Sunday, December 18th at KWF Starrcade.
In the co-Chairmen’s office we watch as WCW Champion Jeff Jarrett sits opposite Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair who’s standing by where the Hulkster’s sat. Karen Jarrett is beside Jeff, and the men in charge tell them that as Starrcade is a former WCW pay-per-view, it would be fitting that this coming Starrcade should determine the last ever WCW Champion. Jeff Jarrett is somewhat surprised that the WCW Championship is not going to be a part of KWF Blogs anymore. Flair says that he and Hogan respect all that the Jarrett’s represent and all that they’ve done for Pro Wrestling, “but like the ECW, WCW just isn’t around, and we’re taking the Keystone Wrestling Federation to another level brother.” Hulk Hogan says that the Jarrett’s will be making history and that they’ve worked it so that the last ever WCW Championship match will favor the current Champion. “King Of The Mountain match! Your match Jeff, you invented it, you know all about it and you can retain your Belt at Starrcade brother and you’ll go down as the last ever WCW Champion.” Karen Jarrett butts in “But who’s in it? King Of The Mountain matches aren’t one-man matches Hulk.” Hogan: “I know that Karen. Jeff, all you gotta do is fight to win brother. Play your match your way and you can do it dude.” Jeff Jarrett: “I can, but like Karen said, who’s in the match Hulk?” Hogan and Flair look at one another and announce that the match is an open invitation to anybody who was ever in World Championship Wrestling. The Jarrett’s can’t believe it. Karen: “Open to anyone? You cannot be serious!” Jeff: “Honey calm down… are you two in it?” Flair: “No. But I can tell you one person who already is… Booker T.” Jeff and Karen look at each other and get set to leave. The comms wrap up what an announcement this is and they tell that Booker T. is already set to be in the last ever WCW Title match! What a night Starrcade will be!
♫Wolfpac music!♫ «< click to play) hits and out come the Grand Daddy Wolf Kevin Nash and The Icon Sting. The Red and Black Attack raise the roof of the McKenzie Arena and they scream at the top of their lungs as Sting “Whhhoooooo”’s on mic and Nash follows up with “Wolfpac in the Hooouuuuussseeee!” Chattanooga goes wild as Nash and Sting perform the Wolfpac hand gesture, but then the mood changes as the ♫British Invasion’s music!♫ «< click to play) hits and we watch as Mason Ryan and Big Rob Terry march down to the squared circle. Regal comments that he is humbled by Wade Barrett’s gesture that the British Invasion continue on under his former entrance theme. “A real gentlemen is Wade.”
Kevin Nash & Sting vs. Mason Ryan & Rob Terry
The bell rings and Nash and Sting’s faces have turned very serious very quickly because Mason Ryan goes rushing at Sting. He corners The Icon and rams hard shoulders into Sting’s gut before throwing him to the mat and tagging in Rob Terry. The crowd boo as Terry goes to pick up Sting. He gets him into gorilla press position, but Sting drops off behind Terry and he goes against the ropes to come back and bulldog Terry down. Sting tags in Nash and Rob Terry goes at him full speed, but Nash clotheslines him down! The fans can’t get enough as Big Sexy sets to put on a clinic. He corners Terry to taunt and measure him up with a hammer of a back elbow. Nash then carries Terry out the corner and he cements him down with a side-walk slam! There’s a cover and Nash gets One, Two – no, Mason Ryan comes in and boots Nash in the face. The ref tells him off and the fans boo as Mason Ryan shows how relentless he is. He grabs Nash up and knees him in the gut before bear-hugging him and treating the near seven-footer like a rag-doll. Sting tries to come in, but the referee backs him off. Sting begs him to turn around, but the damage is done. Ryan drops Nash and Rob Terry’s back up to capitalize. Terry drops an elbow and covers, but only gets One because Sting comes in to push him off and break the count. The fans cheer The Icon’s interference, but Nash is in trouble from here as Terry focuses on Big Sexy’s legs. Kevin Nash takes much punishment and he cannot make a tag. Terry and Ryan tag back and forth, back and forth while Nash continues to take a heavy beating to his legs. Finally Sting has had enough and he comes in to target Rob Terry in the opposition’s corner. Sting measures the back of Terry and he sprints to administer a Stinger Splash, but “Oh my God” says JR as Regal says “Yes! Brilliant Mason, brilliant!” And we watch as Mason Ryan catches Sting upon the Stinger Splash! He’d connected with the back of Rob Terry, but Mason had then caught him by the throat! Mason Ryan impressively lifts Sting over his tag partner and gets him into gorilla press position before dropping him all the way down to ringside! The fans boo as Ryan and Terry then keep on going at Nash’s legs. The referee tries and tries to back them off, but they ignore him. The fans boo even louder as Ryan and Terry do not let up and they ignore the ref’s Five-count to get Disqualified.
Winners by way of Disqualification: Kevin Nash and Sting.
We watch as Ryan and Terry then try to get Nash to his feet, but the Grand Daddy Wolf cannot stand and so they just keep kicking and booting at Nash’s legs while he lays defenseless on the canvas. Referee’s and security come out to back them off and Sting has acquired his trademark black bat and he comes back in the ring. Mason Ryan and Rob Terry exit, satisfied with their work. William Regal says that Wade Barrett may have lost his WWE Title last week, but his leadership skills are at their peak; “Styler and McIntyre both win and now Mason and Rob injure Kevin Nash, what a fantastic night for Wade, a success for the British Invasion.” Medics check on Nash’s legs as Sting is also on the scene to help his partner.
We see a graphic of the TNA RAW and Impact SmackDown symbols, hovering about all of the Title Belts of the respective former shows. All of a sudden they all slam together and we come into a video showing John Cena hitting AJ Styles with an FU, Mr. Anderson hitting Wade Barrett with a Mic Check, CM Punk winning the Jokers Playground, The Dudley’s slamming Vladimir Kozlov through a Table, Beer Money beating Harlem Heat, Matt Morgan hitting the Hellavator on Shelton Benjamin, D’Angelo Dinero nailing the DDE on R-Truth, Mickie James hitting Christy Hemme with the Mick Kick, Velvet Sky and Angelina Love winning the Four Corner match at Survivor Series, Jeff Jarrett holding aloft the WCW Title with Karen by his side, and a fast montage of other KWF superstars hitting high impact moves. A voiceover comes in. “The final pay-per-view of the year, the first since the Hogan/Flair revolution, Titles will be unified, battles will be fought, and legends will be made.” READ KWF Starrcade: Sunday December 18th 2011!
We head back into the arena where the fans cheer in excitement at the preview to Starrcade. JR: “One of the biggest pay-per-views of the KWF calendar, a former WCW pay-per-view, and how fitting it will be that the WCW Title will be retired at Starrcade. That and more to look forward to including a Hardcore match William.” “That’s right Jim. We are hearing ladies and gentlemen that there will be a Hardcore match at KWF Starrcade, but as to whom Samoa Joe will defend against, well, we expect a, I’m quoting, major announcement next week.” “A major announcement William? Oh that should be exciting, I can’t wait to find out who Samoa Joe’s next challenger is going to be.” JR is interrupted as ♫CM Punk’s music!♫ «< click to play) hits, and the fans go absolutely bananas. The TNA World Heavyweight Champion comes down to the ring, with a pipe bomb (mic) in hand. He takes in the ovation of the crowd, before addressing them. “It’s been ten days since the KWF revolution. Ten days since the legendary Hulk Hogan and the self-proclaimed God, Ric Flair stuck their big middle fingers up and said ‘We want to do things our way’, and ten days of me receiving Tweets, texts, calls, shouts across the street, smoke signals, carrier pigeons, Harry Potter Owls, you name it, about what I think of what happened. Well I’m here now, so you can cut it out. First of all, I am the new TNA World Heavyweight Champion!” He raises the Belt and the fans roar. Punk then sits cross-legged “to get more comfortable” in the middle of the ring. He says “Finally I am given my chance to shine here in the KWF, and not only did I do it in the most barbaric of structures, The Joker’s Playground, but I had to withstand being booted off the top of the Cell and landing on steel steps. Luckily, Kane and Jericho broke my fall, otherwise I’d probably be in a wheelchair right now, drinking mushed up KWF Ice Cream bars through a straw. (To the camera) By the way Masked Kane, KWF Blogs have had him all this time and he should have never lost his mask on WWE TV. Hash-tag JustSaying. Hash-tag HireFarook. But now onto the matter at hand. There have been a lot of changes here in the past week and a half. One show, one roster, yellow ropes, a rising tron, new commentators, but one thing you should all know about me, is that I love change. Change is good, change is refreshing, I mean having good ol’ JR on commentary again, who couldn’t love that? I admit it’s not ideal that Flair and Hogan are running things, but I’m betting you that one thing the new co-Chairmen didn’t count on was me winning the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. I defied every logical odd at Survivor Series and Hulk, Ric, if you think you’re gonna push this Champion around, you got another thing coming!”
The crowd cheer, but as Punk is about to go on we hear ♫“Miiiiissssteeeerrrrr!!!” The music of Mr. Anderson♫ «< click to play) hits and the WWE Champion makes his way to the ring, looking a tad unhappy. He gets in the squared circle and Punk gets to his feet. Anderson jaw-jacks, but Punk jaw-jacks back. Anderson then asks him to wait while he poses and raises his arm so that his microphone is lowered from the ceiling. The audience laugh at first, but Anderson says; “Look Punk, I’m here to congratulate you on becoming TNA World’s Champ.” The fans applaud. Punk doesn’t buy it. “Okay, well let me be the first to congratulate you on not only becoming WWE Champ, but retaining just three nights later, with a little help of course.” Punk applauds, as do the fans. Anderson also isn’t convinced. He tells Punk that he respects him, but “You come out here with your ‘pipe bomb’ and talk to these fans as if they’re idiots. Well they’re not idiots, they’re ‘Aaaaaassholes’!” The fans cheer. “Like they care what you think about the KWF revolution. You’re the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, of course you don’t care about these changes, hell I was so pre-occupied with being WWE Champ that I only realized things were different when I read last week’s show back on Thursday. But now you’re out here talking about being the KWF Champion, as if it’s some kind of foregone conclusion? Let me remind you that I have won two WWE Title matches in the past ten days, one of which was no-DQ.” Punk looks puzzled. “Err, yeah, I’m pretty sure I just mentioned that, but alright. And I don’t know whether you got that Green Bay Bang The Drum All Day song in your head, but I didn’t mention the KWF Title right then at all. Anyway look Ken, let me bring you back on a point. You say I treat these fans like idiots, and then call them ‘Assholes’. Talk about an oxymoron. They’re not ‘Assholes’ as you so eloquently put it. They’re fans. Not ‘Assholes’, not a ‘Universe’, just fans, and these fans want to hear from CM Punk, and for some reason, they want to hear from Ken Anderson too, so we can either agree to differ, and go our separate ways until Starrcade, or we can make this personal. What do you think Chump, I’m sorry, Champ?” Punk squares up to Anderson. They stare down one another. Half the fans are chanting ‘GTS!’ ‘GTS!’ ‘GTS!’ the others are chanting ‘Mic-Check’ ‘Mic-Check’ ‘Mic-Check’. They jaw jack off-mic and we can’t make out what they’re saying. Punk drops his Belt and opens out his arms and we can make out that he’s mouthing “I’m the best in the world!” Anderson nods and goes to leave. As he does, Punk slyly and quickly says on the mic “Pussy.” Anderson stops and turns, dropping his Belt, before grabbing Punk and going for the Mic Check. The fans roar as Punk blocks it, before lifting him up onto his shoulders for a GTS. Anderson wriggles free and drops down, and as he drops he kneels to grab the WWE Belt and the TNA World Title! He slides down under the bottom rope and out of the ring with both top Championship Belts in his possession! He holds both Titles aloft with a smile on his face whilst walking backward up the ramp as Punk looks on, furious in the ring. JR: “The first shots fired between these two fan favorites. Two massive egos clash, and it’s always going to be quite a sight to see. Anderson stands tall at the top of the ramp with both Titles, but will it be him or CM Punk who does it for real at Starrcade? There will no doubt be more twists and turns next week and beyond as we look forward to that and more on December 18th!” Regal: “Both of these two are pillocks Jim! Arsehole’s and Punk’s, only in the KWF will these two face off and they’ll do so to become the first ever KWF World Champion. It’s a disgrace.” “At least Hogan and Flair are letting this be, I can’t wait for Anderson versus Punk, that match is going to be out of this world! But for now ladies and gentlemen, from me Jim Ross and my broadcast colleague William Regal, its goodnight from Chattanooga!” Regal: “G’bye.” We fade out on the image of Anderson at the top of the ramp with both Belts.