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♫Turmoil’s opening video♫ «< click to play)
Turmoil begins with the blasting pyro’s as the fans are on their feet in Roanoke, Virginia. Jim Ross and William Regal bring us in on commentary and recap the explosive conclusion to last week’s show. Regal: “Ahh Jim I tell you it was amazing. To think that The Absolute Lashley will be the one challenging for AJ Styles’ World Title at King Of The Ring. That match is going to blow the roof off the Dunkin’ Donuts Center and I can’t wait.” JR and Regal take us through footage reminding us of how it was Paul Bearer who laid down the Title challenge on Lashley’s behalf and AJ Styles accepted without much thought. JR: “Styles is a fighting Champion, one that wrestles for the fans and to lock up against his old pal will be a great honor for him.” Regal: “Honor? Well think again JR. AJ must make sure he knows what he’s in for. The fact of the matter is, that he’s not against his former friend. He’s against a beast, a mute monster that defeated the Kane at WrestleMania. I tell you, AJ Styles better have a game plan. Lashley can destroy him at King Of The Ring.” The comms change tracks to announce that the KWF World Tag Team Championships will be on the line tonight when Bubba Ray and Devon Dudley defend against (JR): “Not the British Invasion William, but it’ll be The Usos who main event tonight with an opportunity of a lifetime.” Regal: “It’s a complete farce Jim, I mean who does Edge think he is? He told Layla and Wade Barrett that Mason Ryan and Rob Terry were next in line for Tag Title matches and now look, The Usos? The Usos?!” Regal continues to besmirch about Ryan and Terry not getting Tag Title shots. JR says that Edge never actually promised anything and that The Usos deserve their chance on the back of defeating Ryan and Terry just last week on Turmoil. We watch as Turmoil kicks off with ♫Awesome!… I came to play!♫ «< click to play) and out comes The Miz to a booing reception. The comms announce that Miz is set to attempt to qualify for the King Of The Ring tournament, but just like every other KOTR qualifier, we do not know who his opponent will be. Miz gets on mic to talk up his chances of not only qualifying, but becoming King Of The Ring. He says that this upcoming match is a taste of what people will witness with his rise to the top. He says that he will “destroy” anyone who gets in his way and “by the end of May 20th you will all hail King Miz, you will bow, you will honor me and I will go on to rule the KWF Kingdom. Because I’m The Miz… and IIIII’m… aw” - ♫It’s a shame that they lost their heads, a careless man who could wind up dead♫ «< click to play) The Miz is interrupted by the entrance of the Celtic Warrior Sheamus! The fans go wild, happy that The Miz finally shuts up and Sheamus has a confident grin on his face on his way to the ring. The Miz is talking to the referee almost as if he’s complaining that he has to face a former King of the WWE ring. The crowd take their seats as Sheamus eyes The Miz and here we go.
The Miz vs. Sheamus – KOTR Qualifying match
*Ding* *Ding* *Ding* The two men lock up and Miz is instantly overpowered as Sheamus pushes him away and across the ring. Miz comes back at him, but Sheamus shoulder barges him down and the crowd laugh as Miz looks like he’s run into a wall. He gets to his hands and knees to crawl toward the rope and pull himself up. Sheamus goes after him, but Miz tries to escape the ring. Sheamus is fast and he grabs him by the apron and then holds him with his back toward the ropes. The crowd cheer as Sheamus prepares to club Miz’s chest, but Miz is resourceful and he yanks on Sheamus’ arm over the top rope. Sheamus bounces backward and Miz quickly gets back into the ring to capitalize. Regal: “The Miz is so underrated. He’s always been lurking on KWF Blogs without ever really getting his chance. I’m sure he’ll defeat Sheamus here. If he does, it’ll be a great confidence boost before the King Of The Ring tournament.” JR: “Confidence? I think The Miz has enough confidence as it is. He said he’d destroy people on his way to becoming King. Well let me tell you, he has a gargantuan in Sheamus to deal with and The Miz better be careful that Sheamus doesn’t make him eat his words right here tonight.” The Miz manages to get Sheamus down to the canvas for a cover, but he only gets One and a half. He gets up to kick at Sheamus’ shoulder, but often taunts too much. This leads for a way back into the match for Sheamus and he clotheslines Miz over the top rope as we head to commercials.
Back Live we’re hot in the action as The Miz is in the middle of performing a ten-punch in the corner. Sheamus battles out of it after 6 and he drops The Miz with an inverted atomic drop. The crowd urge Sheamus on, but the comms go split screen to show us that The Miz re-targeted Sheamus’ arm during the commercial break. Regal: “Sheamus was a steam-train as he went for a shoulder block on Miz at ringside, but Miz dived out of the way and the Irishman ate steel as he smashed into the steel steps. Haha, come on Miz!” JR says that Sheamus certainly got a little ahead of himself, but now we’re Live back in the ring and Sheamus performs a backbreaker that has the match swing his way. The Miz tries to scramble out of the ring again, but this time Sheamus grabs him and sets for the Celtic Cross. It’s telegraphed though and The Miz counters with a strong back body drop. Sheamus holds his back as he tries to get up. The Miz looks exhausted as he gets to his feet. He sees Sheamus struggling and tries to capitalize. He goes toward Sheamus in the middle of the ring but before he can blink *BAM* the crowd go wild as Sheamus nails The Miz with an almighty Brogue Kick! JR: “Good God what a shocker for Miz, that was completely out of the blue and the result is academic!” The crowd count along with the referee ‘One!’ ‘Two!’ ‘Three!’
Winner and the man who advances to the King Of The Ring tournament: Sheamus.
Sheamus celebrates as The Miz is knocked out. He could be out for a ten-count, but now it matters not. The Celtic Warrior will be in the King Of The Ring tournament on May 20th right here on KWF Blogs!
We come to a video recap that takes us through the events of last week’s Wednesday Night Turmoil. It was a night where Jimmy and Jey Uso were impressive against the Welsh Dragons, British Invasion members Mason Ryan and Rob Terry. We saw Dolph Ziggler and Christopher Daniels win two huge King Of The Ring qualifiers. Nattie Neidhart took on Mickie James, Daniel Bryan lost the X-Division Title to Austin Aries and Paul Bearer emerged to lay down a challenge from the Dark Side for AJ Styles’ KWF World Heavyweight Title. To catch up on a night where CM Punk lost in his own hometown, click HERE and read May 2nd’s KWF Turmoil!
Backstage the camera follows the derrière of a KWF Chick. We zoom out to see that it’s Madison Rayne power-walking toward the locker room of the British Invasion. She bangs on the door and Drew McIntyre opens it. Madison asks for Layla and when Layla comes to the door Madison yells at her for her “actions” toward Edge. Rayne: “Get this straight Layla. Edge is mine! Whatever he’s been through in the past, I give him what he needs now. The Rated R is all for TV, you know that, he knows that and he is mine you hear me? Whatever you did, however you were nice to him, I’m warning you now that you keep your hands off him alright?” Layla part-yells back and says that Madison is not the only one around KWF Blogs that can get what they want from the GM. Madison says that she loves Edge, “he is my soul-mate, he may not realize it yet, but you’re barking up the wrong tree if you think you can get away with what you did last week.” Layla: “Me? Bark? You’re the dumb dog around here. Edge doesn’t love you, he doesn’t even want you around. You’re like a pet to him and all animals get put down sooner or later!” The argument continues a little while longer and eventually Layla slams the door in Madison’s face. JR and Regal voiceover: Regal says “Wow, I wish I had two women fighting over me.” JR: “I don’t quite think that’s the case William. Layla openly manipulated Edge to try and get what she wanted for the British Invasion. Now I don’t buy Madison’s claims that she loves Edge, but she hasn’t actually asked him for anything. So who are we to speculate, she could love him.” Regal finishes: “Ha, love, it’s a nice idea. But an idea is all it is.”
We’re back Live after commercials and we hear a *BOOM* on stage as the pyro’s go off for the entrance of the Big Show. The comms wonder what Show is doing here and they remind us that Big Show was a mercenary for Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair under their regime here on KWF Blogs. Regal: “He wasn’t a mercenary Jim, he barely had any impact for Mister Hogan and Mister Flair.” JR: “I see where you’re coming from William. He didn’t feature that often. Perhaps he’s here to address that tonight.” Big Show gets on mic and he tells the audience “I don’t come out here often, so sit down, shut up and listen.” The crowd boo as Show goes on to say that despite being the largest athlete in the world, he is often overlooked here on KWF Blogs. “With Hogan and Flair in charge I could take it because of their direction. I was well looked after under them and any time they needed me to lay someone out, I had the WMD that would willingly do their bidding. So Edge comes in and now there’s no bonuses. The pay scale goes old school and you have to perform to get your money. You have to win Title’s and sell merchandise, well guess what Edge, I’ll play that game, but I’ll do it on my terms. I’m choosing to do things my way and if it’s going to take in-ring performances and Title Belts to get what I am owed then it’ll come at a price. That price will be Samoa Joe!” The audience gasp and the comms are even shocked that Big Show is effectively calling out Joe here. Show says that he will perform to the standards of knocking people out and he will beat the hell out of Samoa Joe for his Hardcore Championship. ♫Samoa Joe’s music♫ «< click to play) hits and the crowd erupt as the comms predict an explosive situation here. Joe is fearless as he gets into the ring. He marches toward Show and snatches his mic from his hand. Joe says: “Big Show you want a match for my Belt and I’ll tell ya it’s about time, (he shouts) it’s about time that someone got the balls around here to call me out! You want to challenge me Hardcore style then so be it… at King Of The Ring!” The crowd cheer in agreement and Joe drops the mic before backtracking out of the ring. His music plays the scene out and William Regal asks why Joe wouldn’t put up the Belt right here and now. JR says that it’s Samoa Joe’s prerogative to have the match at King Of The Ring. He says: “Remember William, Samoa Joe defended the Hardcore Title before Turbulence. He didn’t feature in South Africa. Now he wants to have a pay-per-view match with Show? That’s performance, that’s going to sell merchandise and that’s going to make profits. It’s a Champion’s right of power to sometimes stipulate matches and declare the where and when. Edge will have no problem with this.” Regal: “He may not have problems with it, but I disagree with you Jim. Selling pay-per-views is far from Big Show or Joe’s mind. They want to fight and Samoa Joe wants to do it on a pay-per-view stage. This is going to be big, God I’m excited, I can’t wait!”
It’s now time for KWF Chick action as the music of the ♫KWF Women’s Champion AJ Lee♫ «< click to play) hits, and she and her Chickbuster partner Kaitlyn come down to the ring. AJ happily shows off her Title Belt and the fans cheer them on as they do their knuckle bump taunt in the ring. Next out come Nattie Neidhart and Mickie James who both also get a good reception from the audience.
AJ Lee and Kaitlyn vs. Natalya Neidhart and Mickie James
The fans give both teams a great reception as we kick things off with Kaitlyn against Natalya. JR reminds us that Mickie and Nattie competed against one another last week in an intriguing bout that saw James emerge victorious. They seem to be on the same page here tonight though as Neidhart dominates young Kaitlyn early on and she tags in Mickie. Miss Hardcore Country backs Kaitlyn up into the corner and starts hitting knife edged chops to the chest. JR: “Oooh, hard shots to the chest!” Regal: “Well she’s got a big enough target.” JR: “Do you mind?” Mickie snapmares Kaitlyn into the centre of the canvas and comes off the ropes before hitting a dropkick to the face of the seated rookie. AJ wants in, but Kaitlyn is in no position to make the tag. In the meantime, JR and Regal discuss the rise of AJ, and how impressive it was that not only was she able to become KWF Women’s Champion so early in her career, but that she was able to break the long-term dominance of Angelina Love and Velvet Sky. Regal says he’s in no doubt that it’s a momentary blip, and that The Beautiful People will be back on top again soon. Kaitlyn attempts to fight back as she hits Mickie with forearms, but a swinging neckbreaker soon has her down again. James tags in Nattie, who comes in and stomps at Kaitlyn, before trying to lock on the Sharpshooter. However, Kaitlyn uses her powerful legs to kick Natalya away, before diving across and making the hot tag to AJ. The Champ comes in and nails a flying clothesline on Neidhart, then another, and finishes with a dropkick. She raises her arms to the fans, who cheer her on. She lifts Natalya up and sends her to the ropes, but Mickie makes a blind tag on the Canadian’s back, before climbing the ropes and diving onto AJ with a Thesz Press. She looks fired up herself, and waits for Lee to rise so she can hit the Mick Kick, but AJ ducks it and rolls Mickie up. JR: “Schoolgirl Roll-Up of Doom!” 1… 2… kick out! James is able to get free, and she is tagged on the back by Natalya. Who comes in and grabs AJ in suplex position. Kaitlyn meanwhile tackles Mickie while Nattie lifts up the Champ, but AJ lands behind her on her feet and grabs Nattie around the head, before hitting the Shiranhui and hooking the leg to get Three.
Winners: AJ Lee and Kaitlyn
Kaitlyn comes in to celebrate with AJ and they both have their hands raised. Regal: “Not sure why Kaitlyn is having her hand raised, it was AJ who did all the work.” JR: “You’re not familiar with the concept of tag team wrestling are you William?” Meanwhile, Natalya is slamming the mat, as she recovers and realizes she got pinned. Mickie heads up the ramp looking disappointed, leaving an unhappy Anvil daughter in the ring.
We are with Edge in his Skybox. He is watching the Chicks celebrate in the ring, and turns to say “Poor Nattie.” He then looks up to see that Cody Rhodes is standing in the doorway. “Cody, come on in my good man. What can I do you for?” Cody is not in as good-a-mood as the GM, and sternly says: “I just got told that I’m not in the final King Of The Ring qualifier, despite being the KWF superstar with the most potential, and one of the chief reasons these brain-dead fans come to see this show every week. You better have a good explanation.” Edge stops smirking and squares up to Rhodes. “Listen Cody. First, drop the attitude, it doesn’t suit you, and neither will a Spear right through that door if you don’t start treating me with respect. Secondly, as big of a douche as you are, you have a point when you mention your potential. And no, you’re not in the King Of The Ring qualifiers, but as a matter of fact, there is a good reason as to why not. Next week, I need a challenger to take on Randy Orton for the Intercontinental Championship. Now you may have lost to Randy a few weeks ago, but I’ve been impressed with what you’ve done on WWE House Shows since then, and so I’m giving you this opportunity, right here next week on Turmoil.” Cody’s looks a little shocked, and a lot happier now that he has been given an Intercontinental Title shot. Edge tells him to go now, and a smiling Rhodes duly obliges. JR: “Well how about that? Cody Rhodes versus Randy Orton for the Intercontinental Title, next week on Turmoil.” Regal: “It’s about time we had a decent decision from our GM. Cody deserves a shot at that Title, and Orton should be running scared.”
When we return from commercial, we are informed by Justin Roberts that it is now time for the final King Of The Ring qualifying match. R-Truth enters to a decent reception from the crowd. He ‘talks to’ and waves to his imaginary friend Little Jimmy as JR applauds the fact he is in the KOTR qualifiers. Regal disagrees, but his mood is soon changed when Truth’s opponent heads out. ♫Out of time, so say goodbye! What is yours, now is mine!♫ «< click to play). Regal: “Yes! Yes! Ladies and gentlemen, there is your future King! Fantastic!” Regal gushes about his former British Invasion colleague, and suggests that it is only correct that a Brit be named King. JR: “What about Panther?” Regal: “I shan’t dignify that with an answer.”
R-Truth vs. Drew McIntyre – KOTR Qualifying match
Both men look ready for this one, as the bell rings and we get underway. JR: “So who will join Sheamus, Mark Henry, Kofi Kingston, Panther, Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler and Christopher Daniels in the King Of The Ring tournament on May 20th? We’re about to find out.” Regal: “Drew McIntyre.” JR: “Will you stop it?” The Scot does indeed get the better of the opening exchanges, coming off the ropes and hitting a shoulder barge to floor Truth, then ducking a kick attempt to rebound and hit a big contact clothesline. He covers, but gets only Two. JR reminds us how McIntyre joined Regal’s British Invasion faction at the beginning of the KWF in 2009, enjoying much Tag Division success with Styler, but has now been let of the leash into singles competition by new BI leader Wade Barrett. He has been waiting for a chance to shine, and this could well be it. He is continuing to work over Truth, hitting a backbreaker and stretching him over his leg to try and do more damage. Truth manages to punch his way out of it, but McIntyre grabs him by the hair as he goes to run to the ropes, and pulls him down. The official has words as McIntyre holds his hands up in innocence and smiles knowingly. JR criticizes the tactics, but Regal says that’s the sort of thing he taught Drew, and that it’s a crucial part of winning. However, all is seems to have done is fire up Truth, who fights back as Drew picks him up, firing rights at McIntyre, before managing to come off the ropes this time and connects with the Lie Detector. He hooks the leg and gets One, gets Two, but no, Drew kicks out. Truth enjoys some time on top now, hitting a leg drop, a snap suplex and a Russian leg sweep, but he can’t put Drew away. He kicks him in the gut and comes off the ropes to try and hit the Corkscrew Scissor Kick, but Drew moves his head out of the way and grabs Truth, before *BAM!* laying him out with the FutureShock DDT. He covers and gets the 1,2,3.
Winner and the man who advances to the King Of The Ring tournament: Drew McIntyre.
Drew has his hand raised as Regal continues to talk up the man from Ayr, Scotland. “That man right there is the soon to be King Of The Ring. What a splendid victory, and thank God R-Truth isn’t in the tournament. Could you imagine him as a King? Doesn’t bare thinking about.”
Backstage, we see KWF interviewer Jeremy Borash walking the halls. He stops outside Edge’s Skybox and knocks on the door. The GM answers it holding some massage oil and says “Madison?” He sees its JB and in surprise, squirts the bottle on his suit. JB looks down at his front, but not letting it keep him from his interview, he just looks back at Edge again. “Oh, it’s you Borash. What do you want?” Edge is looking over JB’s shoulder. “Edge, earlier on tonight it seemed that the Hardcore Champion Samoa Joe and the Big Show scheduled themselves a match for the King Of The Ring, now I just want you to clarify for our audience at home, is that match official? Has it been booked?” Edge is concentrating a little more now. “Well I did say I wanted every Title bar the KWF World Title defended before the pay-per-view, but I spoke with Joe and Show earlier and they were pretty adamant, so I thought ‘why not?’ That is gonna be a huge match, literally, and it’ll just make King Of The Ring that little bit more, Rated R. Now get outta here, I’m expecting… a business associate.” Edge slams the door. JB: “Well there you have it folks, it is going to be Samoa Joe vs. the Big Show for the Hardcore Championship at the King Of The Ring. Back to you guys at ringside.”
We watch the entrance of new KWF X-Division Champion Austin Aries as JR and Regal are pleased to hear of the confirmation of Joe vs. Show at King Of The Ring. Regal speculates that in a Hardcore setting, Joe and Show could quite literally bring the house down. “I do hope they’re not on first.” Aries enters with the X-Belt proudly around his waist. He has a very smug expression across his face, more-so than usual. He saunters to the ring and gets on the mic. As he was making his way down to the ring, JR reminded us how Aries defeated Daniel Bryan last week to win the Title, and unsurprisingly he appears to be out here to brag about it. A-Double does indeed talk about his achievements and how wonderful he is. “Beating Daniel Bryan in the manner I did last week must have pissed an awful lot of you off. To realize that a man who you all worshipped. You all thought he was the messiah of wrestling, all mindlessly chanting ‘Yes! Yes! Yes!’ like some chattering monkeys.” Sure enough, the fans start chanting it. Aries stops and looks annoyed. “Well I beat him, I out-wrestled him and I took his X-Division Championship!” He laughs as he unclips the Belt and holds it above his head. The fans boo. Aries goes on to say how he plans on dominating the X-Division, suggesting that it shouldn’t be too much of an issue as he is by far and away the best X-Division Superstar in the KWF. However, eventually he is interrupted by the voice of Edge. We see that the GM is stood up in his Skybox and is looking down to Aries in the ring. Edge: “Ahem, excuse me Aries, yeah, up here.” Aries looks toward the Skybox and Edge is topless (for a Madison-related reason no doubt). Edge: “Austin Aries, I forgot to congratulate you for last week, but you’re boring the crap out of me and all these people here in Roanoke, so how about you put your money where your mouth is? I’ve got an opponent lined up for you, so you can show us all just how good you are.” Aries defiantly says “Sure, bring it on!” He awaits his opponent, and then… ♫Get Ready to Fly!♫
Austin Aries vs. AJ Styles
JR and the fans go bananas as the KWF World Champion makes an unexpected appearance to take on A-Double. Aries face has completely dropped, and he doesn’t know what to do, whether to run for it or stay. Eventually he opts to stay and fight. The bell goes and the fans roar in anticipation. JR: “What a decision by our GM, a completely ad hoc match-up between the X-Division Champion and the KWF Champion!” Regal: “But this is completely unfair on Aries. He’s not prepared for a match, let alone for one against the Champion. Disgraceful decision from Edge.” The match has begun with AJ in control, but a takedown soon has Aries on top. He smiles to the fans as if to say ‘See, I’m even better than the KWF Champ.’ But he isn’t smiling for long as AJ trips him down and applies a headlock. This impromptu Champion vs. Champion match has the fans on their feet, as the action goes back and forth and at a fast pace. Styles seems to be returning to his true X-Division roots as he flies through the air on a number of occasions, including a Fosbury Flop on A-Double on the outside. He seems fired up for this, as he enjoys the great atmosphere from the crowd and we head to commercial.
When we return, Styles has Aries in a stretch submission hold in the centre of the ring. JR reminds us how last week saw the KWF Championship match for King Of The Ring confirmed, as AJ awaited to find out his opponent, only for darkness to consume the arena, and a blast from the past, Paul Bearer emerged. He informed Edge and Styles that none other than The Absolute Lashley was issuing a challenge, and after some more talking, The Phenomenal One accepted. It will be the former Thundercats against one another for the Title, with Lashley having not appeared since his huge WrestleMania win over Kane. It will be a massive test for Styles, but he seems up for the task as he continues to work over Aries. This match has gone back and forth with so many reversals and counter moves that the commentators can barely keep up. Aries scores a kick to the stomach, before hitting an inverted suplex. He covers but gets two. Aries is in control now and goes to work on the back, before throwing AJ into the corner and hitting the IED running dropkick. He hooks the leg this time and gets a closer two count. He signals for the end, and goes for the Brainbuster, but as he has AJ up, he gets a knee to the face, before the Phenomenal One drops down and twists the move, turning it into a Styles Clash, but before he can hit it… *BONG!* The lights cut out momentarily, and when they’re back on we see that Austin Aries has been taken out. JR questions whether AJ hit the Clash with the lights still out, but Regal points out that Aries is bloodied and looks badly hurt. AJ looks totally confused and can’t believe it as the referee judges that Aries cannot carry on and the match is declared a no contest.
Match result: No Contest.
Styles is frantically looking around the ring, and the arena. The commentators speculate, but come to a pretty damning conclusion that this was the work of The Absolute Lashley. Taking out Aries and busting him open in mere moments, and doing it within a few yards of Styles while the lights were out. Regal says that AJ must be in fear for his life “He’s never met The Absolute Lashley before, not like this. He’s met Bobby Lashley, but this Beast is someone, or something, else.” JR says that indeed this is a classic Dark Side mind game, but the game has no rules here. There was no reason to take Aries out other than to intimidate AJ. JR: “One thing’s for certain, if Lashley wanted to get in AJ’s head, he appears to have done so.” Styles is heading up the ramp still looking around, as the EMT’s attend to Aries.
Some very royal music plays as we are shown a video chronicling the history of the prestigious King Of The Ring tournament. From the very first in 1985 won by Don Muraco as he beat the Iron Sheik in the final, along with other winners such as Harley Race, Randy Savage, Ted DiBiase, Tito Santana, Bret Hart, Owen Hart, Stone Cold, Triple H, Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar, Booker T, William Regal, and of course our very own General Manager Edge. From this the video cuts into a montage showcasing some of the great talent of the KWF today, as the music changes drastically to ♫‘King of the Stereo’ by Saliva♫ «< click to play). We see fast paced, high flying and crowd pleasing action from Kofi Kingston, Mark Henry, Christopher Daniels, Sheamus, Panther, Dolph Ziggler, Alberto Del Rio, Drew McIntyre, Big Show, Samoa Joe, AJ Styles and The Absolute Lashley. We will be treated to seven matches in one night from the King Of The Ring tournament, while the main event will see The Phenomenal AJ Styles defend his KWF World Championship. KWF King Of The Ring, Live from the Dunkin DonutsCenter, Providence, Rhode Island, Sunday May 20th, Exclusively on KWF Blogs!
The Dudleys complete their entrance and The Usos are forced to perform Siva Tau second to Bubba and Devon’s entrance. However, The Dudleys are having none of the chants from Jimmy and Jey and they floor their opponents as they begin their Siva Tau chant. The crowd boo as JR says how disrespectful The Dudleys are being. Jimmy Uso and Bubba battle to ringside as the ref calls for the bell to get this contest officially started.
The Dudleys vs. The Usos – KWF World Tag Team Championships
Jimmy Uso and Bubba battle back and forth at ringside. The referee tells them to go to their corners and Bubba does, after tossing Jimmy into the timekeeper’s corner. He gets on the apron and tags Devon as The Dudleys have control early on. JR: “Ladies and gentlemen thanks for sticking with us. This is Wednesday Night Turmoil’s main event and the World Tag Team Titles are on the line.” Regal: “Bubba Ray and Devon are at their highest career peak Jim. There’s no team that can beat them, The Usos are well out of their league here.” JR: “No team? What about Mason Ryan and Rob Terry? You were on their bandwagon last week, now all of a sudden The Dudleys are great again? What’s with that?” Regal: “The Dudleys have the Tag Titles because they are the best team JR. I accept that Mason and Rob had an off-day last week. But you know, they didn’t want to strain themselves. They thought they had Tag Title opportunities in the bag, but Edge went and changed all that because The Usos won last week. A team like The Uso’s is way too rookie to challenge for Gold. They’re going to get shown up here. The Dudleys are vastly experienced and they are far superior.” The Dudleys tag back and forth with Jey Uso isolated. He often reaches for a tag, but he can’t gain any momentum to properly get away from Bubba and Devon. The Dudleys cut the ring in half and maintain control as we head to our final commercial break of the night.
We’re back Live and the crowd are cheering and chanting on The Usos as the tides have turned during the commercials. Jimmy Uso has come in on fire and he’s taken down Bubba with a dropkick and nailed Devon with a back splash to the corner. The comms review footage taken during the break and they show us how Jey Uso ducked a right hand from Bubba so the Dudley could accidentally hit his own partner. JR says that The Dudleys look off the pace all of a sudden, but Regal says that blips happen. “Tag partner’s hit one another all the time, but it makes them closer if nothing else. Come on Devon, come on Bubba. Don’t let them do this, don’t let them do this!” Regal’s in a panic as Jimmy and Jey Uso take down Devon and then set for a double-team on Bubba. Devon is down at ringside and the referee tells him to get back in the ring. Meanwhile behind the ref we see Mason Ryan and Rob Terry running down the ramp. Jey see’s them coming and he heads to the top rope to fly toward the Welsh Dragons. However, Jey miscues as Mason and Rob saw him coming. They catch him along their arms and perform almost a modified fallaway slam between the two of them. Their strength is awesome and the crowd gasp as Jey crashes onto the foot of the ramp. Jimmy Uso comes to ringside and Mason and Rob counter his attacks to simply throw him back in the ring. The referee tells them off for being there, not knowing that they’ve taken out Jey. Jimmy has too much to deal with now though as he gets up in the ring and turns to walk straight into a 3-D. Bubba covers, he hooks the leg and that gets the Three.
Winners and Still KWF World Tag Team Champions: Bubba Ray and Devon, The Dudleys.
♫Bubba and Devon’s music♫ «< click to play) kicks in and Edge stands in his Skybox unimpressed with this assist from the British Invasion. Regal: “Destructive, completely and utterly abominating The Usos. My oh my that was impressive, what a show from Mason Ryan and Rob Terry!” JR: “An impressive show? Are you kidding me!? What business did they have out here?! For Gods sakes, this was The Usos chance. They earned it by defeating Ryan and Terry last week. There was no reason for this. The Dudleys just got an assist, a major assist and The Usos didn’t deserve this!” The crowd boo as The Dudleys celebrate while medics come down the ramp to check on Jey Uso.
There’s a scrambling on the tron and we hear *BONG!*… The audience murmur as everybody’s attention turns to the screen. Paul Bearer appears and behind him we see the movements of the Beast, The Absolute Lashley. Bearer leaves us a cryptic message to end Turmoil. “AJ Styles. Your time as the Champion is ticking down AJ Styles. Do you believe the fairytales your father told you as a child? Do you understand the lessons told from fables, stories such as Hansel and Gretel, the Three Little Pigs and even the tale of the Gingerbread man?… This is no fairytale AJ Styles! Your Championship will be taken and you will finish King Of The Ring a broken man. The Absolute Lashley will end you! He will end you AJ Styles! He will end you!” *BONG!*… Turmoil fades out.