FURY - Show 2017-03-24 02:37:25

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FURY - Show 2017-03-24 02:37:25
("Little Green Bag" by George Baker Selection is playing over some various highlights from recent WWX events, culminating with Kurtis Ray and Syndicate staring each other down in the middle of the ring.  The image fades out and fades into the "studio", which older fans of the WWX may remember as the film room of the 420 residence.  There is a large white screen which takes up an entire wall.  In the middle of this screen is a small window (about the size of a large screen TV, 75 inches or so) with the Fury logo shown.  The camera pans around the room to show about 20 theater style seats in the back of the room.  There are a couple of chalkboards against the side wall with various writing on them.   In front of these seats are two huge black leather massaging recliners with a small wooden coffee table in between them.  A couple bottles of Dogfish 60 are on the table, along with an ashtray.  Tinordi and Glazebrook are laid back in a recliner, watching the screen.  Tinordi is wearing a pair of black lacrosse shorts, a grey Washington Capitals T shirt, and a tan floppy hat.  Glazebrook is sporting a pair of khaki cargo shorts and a black Beatles T shirt.  The camera spins around to show a bust shot of Tinordi and Glazebrook.)

Tinordi - Well, hello there, wrestling fans and welcome to WWX Fury.  My name is Gary Tinordi and I am alongside my heterosexual life mate, Matt Glazebrook.

Glazebrook - Hey... how's it going?

Tinordi - We decided to give Mike Hart and Gary Lane the night off tonight, since they are two of the hardest working men in the sports entertainment industry.  So, tonight, we are going to be doing the recap of last night's Fury.  We also have a couple other things going on throughout the evening and we even have a guest interview.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... Live, in this very studio, we will have Syndicate!  We're going to sit down and chat about some things that are going on in the WWX and a few other things.

Tinordi - That's right, dude.  But before we get started, we have a few things to go over.  First off, you will notice a few changes here.  We are in the process of building a whole new studio for Fury...

Glazebrook - Well, not us.  We are way too lazy to build a studio by ourselves.  But we paid some other people to come and build it.

Tinordi - That we did.  You may also notice the new tunes for the opening of Fury.  Some of you may remember it to be our old intro music...

Glazebrook - Ahh... nostalgic... brings a tear to mine eye.

Tinordi - This is actually just a temporary fix, as is this setting.  On the WWX Facebook page, there is a poll up, allowing you to vote for the new theme music.

Glazebrook - Actually, right now, there is a poll up that allows you to vote for the genre of music that it should be.  This poll will be closing soon and will be followed by another poll, which will take a few songs from that genre that YOU, the fans of the WWX have voted for, and you will be able to vote for what song you like the best.

Tinordi - That's right, Glaze.  You see, 420 is a demographic group.  We were voted the Fury GMs by the people and we want to be for the people, by the people, to the people.

Glazebrook - Party people...

Tinordi - Can you dig it?

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... here's a shovel fool.

Tinordi - So, get online, vote early and often and stuff.

Glazebrook - So, let's get to this card that we had last night, shall we?

Tinordi - I believe we shall.  So, last night out in Knoxville, TN, we had a little thing we like to call WWX Fury.  

(Cuts to a full screen of the WWX action as Tinordi and Glazebrook speak over the highlights.)

Tinordi - Our opening match puts this cat Dillion Strange up against a new guy here in the WWX, Bane Black.  After the ring introductions, Dillion had a couple of words for anyone who cared to listen...

[The arena lights go dark and Come Together by Godsmack hits the Arena PA System.]


[Dillion Strange jaunts out onto the stage with sick looking smile. He is wearing black trunks, knee pads and his black leather jacket. He looks the crowd over and throws his arms in the air.]


[He begins his decent down the ramp to the crowd’s dismay. Near ringside he pulls a mic from his pocket. He raises it to his mouth and yells.]

Dillion: “CUT THE MUSIC!”

[Strange pauses as he waits.]

Dillion: “Early this week, I invited some very important guests, or at least in their head they are. To take a seat at ringside here, to watch the hottest Rookie in the Business, do that thing he does. I invited them here to watch Bane the Stain get destroyed.”

[He points over to some chairs that have been placed at ringside.]

Dillion: “So to any of you with the guts to accept, come on down. It’s about very, very STRANGE in HERE, let’s get the PARTY started!”


Glazebrook - So, I guess Strange saved a seat for his mother and father at ringside or something, but nobody ever showed up to take them, so I guess it was all for... like nothing or something.

Tinordi - So, this Dillion Strange dude has the Conquest belt, but is not the Conquest champion and he did not have the belt with him here at Fury last night.  I don't really know what the hell is going on with that.  I try to stay out of that Tanno dude's affairs as much as possible, but boy what a cluster-fffffff that has become.

Glazebrook - So, onto the action!  The new guy started off strong with some nice take downs and combos.  Here, he hits a beautiful textbook Suplex.  The crowd wasn't really amused by either wrestler, though, as the boo birds were out in full force.

Tinordi - Not everybody is as well liked as 420 in the ol' squared circle.  Strange did get the upper hand, though, on a nice reversal as Bane tries to toss him in the corner and follow him in with a splash, but Dillion stops himself, uses the 2nd rope to jump over and behind Black, then hits a nice Swinging Bulldog on the new guy.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... you keep calling him the new guy, but Strange hasn't been around all that long either.

Tinordi - So, we should call him "the newer guy"?

Glazebrook - Maybe?

Tinordi - So, the old new guy?  

Glazebrook - How about "that Strange dude"?

Tinordi - He is pretty Strange.  Yeah, so him... he started in on the aerial assault.  Here, he comes off the top rope with an elbow.  Then, hits the Running Flying Forearm Smash.  And finally sets up for the Stranger Danger, where he kicks Bane in the head and he is down for the count.

Glazebrook - So, after the match, the ref counts to 3, the crowd boos and Strange music plays and he celebrates, but nobody really cares.  So, Strange is walking back to the dressing room, when this happens...

("Hex Girl" by The Hex Girls strikes up. Strange looks around quickly before looking back up to the stage. Hex Girl steps out flanked by Ice Queen, Krystal, and Kate "Blood Angel" Cameron. Hex Girl has a microphone in hand.

Hex Girl: Well Strange, you've been making a lot of noise lately and making some remarks about a woman's place. I let my friends look at what you had to say and well.... 

Ice Queen darts forward and nails Strange with the Icesicle. He snaps backwards and slams onto the ramp. 

Hex Girl: They wanted to express their opinion on your views of women.

Ice Queen picks Strange up by the hair and slings him over to Kate who grabs him around the head leaping in the direction of his forward momentum and drops him in the Anxiety Attack. Kate gets up and Krystal takes over putting him in a modified version her signature submission hold the Barely Legal. Strange lets out a yelp of pain as she applies pressure to his arm. Not totally satisfied she lets go of his arm and kneels on his back. She hooks his head with one arm and his legs with the other she rolls back putting him in the Bow and Arrow. Hex Girl walks over to Strange suspended painfully across Krystal's knees. She bops him on the forehead with the microphone. 

Hex Girl: We don't make dinner. What we do is make you scream.

Krystal increases the pressure making him scream in pain before she releases him. The girls surround him again, but Dillion lunges between Kate's legs and runs into the backstage area.  The camera cuts back to the studio with a shot of 420.)

Tinordi - The girls gave chase, but I don't believe they caught up to that Strange dude.

Glazebrook - He probably hid under a kiddie pool.  

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... that usually works.

Glazebrook - So, on to the next match, which I have to admit, I was a little let down by this one.

Tinordi - I'm with you buddy.  Obviously, our specialty is tag team wrestling, so the chance to break this match down was something we were very much looking forward to.  But, after sitting through it, there really wasn't much to break down.

Glazebrook - Seems to me like both teams broke down before the match even started.

Tinordi - Yup, we had the number 1 contenders for the Tag straps, Xavier Pendragon and Weapon vs Steve Storm and Cyclone, a couple of guys making their WWX debuts.

(Again, footage plays on the full screen as the guys do voice overs.)

Tinordi - Xavier and Weapon had the obvious size advantage in this one, and used it to their advantage early on, as they tried to wear down the new guys.

Glazebrook - But they were very sloppy in their technique, as you see here Weapon is in the middle of the ring with Cyclone in a Reverse Chin Lock, then he just picks him up and throws him against the ropes close to his own corner.  Cyclone does a nice job of hanging on to the ropes and jumping to his corner for the tag,  Now, here again a little later in the match Weapon has an ankle lock clenched in, but he is right next to the ropes, so Storm easily grabs the ropes to break the hold.

Tinordi - The new guys did come through with a nice Double Powerbomb on Xavier, though, right here.  But in the end, when it looked like Xavier and Weapon were in a position to finish them off, Weapon tosses Storm to the outside of the ring, where Pendragon jumps down to, I guess, help him back in the ring, but Cyclone takes exception to his intentions and goes after Xavier, then Weapon slides out of the ring and joins his partner in giving Cyclone a beat down.  Storm gets to his feet and jumps out of the ring and into the action and then there is an all out brawl outside of the ring.

Glazebrook - Which is cool and all, but you have to remember that damn 10 second rule.  And neither team did that.

Tinordi - But the referee sure did!  And as a result, both teams were counted out, resulting in a draw.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude.  The dreaded draw.  

Tinordi - Yeah, dude...  What do they say?  It's like kissing your sister? 

Glazebrook - I don't know why they say that.  Your sister is a great kisser.

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... wait, what?

Glazebrook - Nothing man, moving right along!  We heard from 1 half of the tag team champions at Fury... Rex McAllister!

(The Fury Tron comes to life showing what appears to be a taping from earlier in the day when the arena lighting was slightly dimmed, and the arena itself was empty. Nobody was present, that nobody except Rex McAllister. In one of the lower decks of the empty arena, Rex, dressed in a black plaid shirt, and black jeans stands. He looks out amongst all the empty seats that will filled in a few hours, and then readies to speak.)

Rex McAllister: How unfortunate. 

Nobody ever said it would be easy, righting the ship.

Perhaps, it's just as they say. Life, it can be simple...it's just not easy. When you have purpose, there are those who will stand in your path, looking to take that purpose away. But....unlike most, The Rex Master has taken the roads less traveled since day one. Setting examples was always the easy part, and setting himself apart from most by doing as he said he was going to do time and again. 

You learn though, as you get older and wiser, in this business that rules are made...made to be broken, made to be twisted, made for those who chose to conform. 

The Rex Master has never conformed to those rules. The Rex Master has always been bold enough to live out his career on his terms, and has never, ever, apologized for it. The refusal to conform, taking the road less traveled instead of the well-beaten path. Laugh in the face of adversity, and leap before he looked. Who can truly question Rexcellence, especially when seeing where it's gotten The Rex Master today? 

Any line of makeshift competition that has ever decided foolishly to challenge Rexcellence has been put down, some for good. 

The Lipton-McAllister tandem have made it more than known what our intentions are, and will go to any lengths to succeed in achieving our goals, and not worrying about the directionless whose folly eventually leads to their own form of melancholy. The Empire has fallen, Erwin has fallen, Hex Girl has also fallen at our swift hands. The misfortunes that befell them, their efforts all in vain as more examples were set.

Once the tag team division has been saved, and this company begins to reclaim it's glory, The Rex Master will set his sights on something else. Another purpose will arise, and he'll move on to fulfill that purpose, and that's not just a promise, but it's also truth. 

Now that was...Rexcellent!

(Rex finishes, and looks up and abroad at the arena, and then down toward the ring as the scene fades to black, then back to the studio to show 420.  There is a slight bit of smoke in the air as Tinordi is reaching out of camera's view and coughing as he re-enters it.)

Glazebrook - You alright, buddy?

Tinordi - Yeah, dude...

Glazebrook - So next up, we had that big sumo wrestling mofo from Fiji, Guru Kawa vs Rayne, who was set to make his return to the WWX.

Tinordi - So, Guru comes out, slaps his belly a little and stomps on the canvas, shaking the entire first section of the arena.  Then, the announcer chick announces the Rayne Man and nothing happens.  So she announces him again, thinking maybe he couldn't hear her speaking into the microphone, which is connected to every speaker in the building and again... nothing.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude, so then Rayne Man comes over the intercom and is all like, "I can't show up and wrestle tonight, cuz I gotta go to K Mart and get underwear."

Tinordi - Yeah, dude.  He was all like, "30 minutes to Judge Wapner... gotta watch Wapner."

Glazebrook - So, long story short... well, I guess it was a pretty short story, short... Guru won by forfeit.

Tinordi - So, before we get to the main event, we have a very special guest in house.  

Glazebrook - We could go on all night about the different titles that he has won here or his many other accomplishments in the WWX, but we won't.

Tinordi - You know him now as the number 1 contender for the WWX World Heavyweight Championship.

Glazebrook - Here is... Syndicate!!!!!!!!

(The guys clap as Syndicate walks in the room and sits down in another leather recliner that has been placed across from Tinordi and Glazebrook.  He shakes hands with the guys and takes a seat.)

Tinordi - Syndicate, thank you for taking the time to join us here.

Syndicate - No problem, thanks for having me.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... we were going to come up with a clever name for this segment, since we plan on sitting down with a different superstar every show.

Tinordi - We actually thought we had a great name for it.. 420 questions.  But then we were thinking that's a hell of a lot of questions to ask someone.  So we were going to shorten it to 20 questions, but then we thought, that's still a lot of questions to ask someone.

Glazebrook - Plus, then we'd have to count them to make sure we got 20 exactly, and I'm not trying to do all that counting...

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... if I wanted to do math, I would go back to school.

Glazebrook - So, long story short... well, I guess this is kind of a short story, too.

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... But you made it a lot longer than it has to be.

Glazebrook - So, it's like, short story long?

Tinordi - I guess.

(There is an awkward silence for a second as Tinordi and Glazebrook look at Syndicate with confused looks on their faces.)

Syndicate - Are you done?

Tinordi - Hey, we'll ask the questions around these parts there, buddy.  And before we get to that, you want a little binger to brighten up your day?

Syndicate - Binger?

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... (he reaches down and pulls up a nice glass water pipe)

Syndicate - Oh... no thanks.

Tinordi - Well, suit yourself.

(He takes a big hit as Glazebrook starts the interview.)

Glazebrook - So, why don't we start at the beginning?

Tinordi - (holding in his hit)  That would be a great place to start.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... so how long have you been in the wrestling business?

Syndicate: I've been wrestling in some capacity since freshman year of high school, but I went professional in 2008 when I joined the United Wrestling Association is Los Angeles.  About 5 years into that stint, I got a contract offer from the WWX, and here I am.

Tinordi - Why LA?

*Syndicate chuckles.*

Syndicate: We're asking the tough questions here, huh?  Fine.  Let's talk about good ol' Apter, Tennessee.  Back there, everything was serene and calm and peaceful and absolutely |BLEEP|ing perfect.  I was co-captain of the Apter High School varsity wrestling team with my older brother, Colt.  I was in line for a state championship at 145 pounds.  I had the whole world in my hands...but then Colt had to go and mess it all up.

Glazebrook - Are you talking about Colt Irvine?

Syndicate - The same.

Tinordi - Whoa... that's your brother?  We know that guy!  We used to work with him!  

Syndicate - So, I've heard.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... nice guy...

*Syndicate pauses, remembering the details.*

Syndicate: We were out on the trampoline in our backyard.  Nice summer day.  The sun was beating down on us.  Colt and I were bouncing around and having a good time, but Colt, the jokester, decided to "surprise" me a bit.  As I bounced up, he grabbed my scrawny head and brought it down onto the black mesh.  Now, this would be all fine and dandy...if our trampoline could support the weight of 300 pounds coming violently down on it.  When we hit, the mesh ripped and I was sent right into a metal bar underneath.  Concussion, separated shoulder, gushing with blood, the works.  Colt got out without a scratch.

Syndicate: When I got out of the hospital, I got told the injuries were severe enough to prevent me from wrestling that winter.  "Too risky," they said.  "You won't be cleared in time."  And how did my family and friends react to that news?  Oh sure, they were upset, but they moved on with their lives.  Me?  I had to lie in that hospital bed with the knowledge that I wouldn't win the state title, that I wouldn't be the co-captain of the wrestling team, and that Colt |BLEEP|ing Irving would get all the glory.  So what did I do?  What did I do to become relevant again?  I ran away to LA.  I got myself into wrestling school.  I lived in a piece of shit apartment for YEARS.  And now...here I am.

Glazebrook - What an asshole!

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... I wish I knew that then, I'd have kicked him square in the boys.

Glazebrook - So, what are your greatest accomplishments/biggest disappointments in your career?

Syndicate: Three-time Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion.  Winner of the 2016 World Series Match.  The destroyer of legends such as David Gideon Smith, The Lost Soul, James Ranger, Darkness, Xander Adams, and countless others.  But none of that's my greatest accomplishment.  Although my career has been marred with only being able to defend the World title once, losing at Hall of Pain twice, and having to watch from the sidelines as countless of unworthy men climbed to the top of the business...I am most proud of being the most consistently great wrestler that this company has ever seen.  That much is a fact.

Tinordi - What is your favorite type of match to wrestle in?

Syndicate: I always enjoy steel cage matches.  There's no escape, no excuses, and no interference.  Plus, it helps that I'm undefeated in the steel cage over my three-and-a-half years with the WWX.

Glazebrook - Ahh... I do love a good cage match.  So, how did you come up with your finishing move?  Or... moves I should say.  Why do you have so many finishers?

Syndicate: The No Signal is a modification of a capture suplex based off of a wrestling move I used to use in high school.  Obviously, it was illegal to drop people on their heads back then, but it sure as hell isn't illegal now.  I started using it in the UWA Cruiserweight Division, and I've used it in some capacity ever since.
As for why I have four finishers...I see it as opportunity.  If you only have one finisher, it won't take much for the opponent to make sure they never get into that position or allow for me to set it up.  Having multiple finishers gets rid of the opponent's opportunity to get out of losing the match.  I can hit someone from the top rope.  I can flip them over my head.  I can bring them down with a crushing DDT.  I can choke the living daylights out of them.  Being versatile is very important, boys.

Tinordi - Were you a fan of 420 during our time here in the WWX?

Syndicate: *chuckles* All I remember with you guys is you robbing Ambros and I of the Tag Team and Triple A titles back in 2014.

Tinordi - Robbing you and Ambros, eh?  I guess that's one way of putting it.  Another way would be to say that we pinned y'alls sorry asses in the middle of the ring and earned those belts, but to each their own, I guess.

Glazebrook - Why don't you have a manager?  

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... didn't you used to have that guy who used to follow you around all the time.  What the hell was his name?

Syndicate: I think it's become painfully obvious by this point that I don't work well with others.  I've split up with Ambros Nocturne, Jake Devine, LuAndre Xavier, Tommy Lipton, Reno Vega, and countless others over the years.  Every time I've gotten a manager, it always ends up biting me in the ass.  Plus, let's be real: I don't need The Follower to win matches anymore.

Tinordi - Have you ever used Kabuki Dust in any of your matches?

Syndicate: Why would I use Kabuki Dust when I could clobber my opponent with a baseball bat?

Glazebrook - Because Kabuki Dust kicks ass, duh!  Do you wear your seat belt?

Syndicate: Click it or ticket, boys.

Tinordi - What is your credit score?

Syndicate: I think that's a bit too sensitive to answer -

Glazebrook - What is Tinordi's credit score?

Syndicate: Why would I know -

Tinordi - What is Glazebrook's credit score?

Syndicate: What -

Glazebrook - What is our cameraman's credit score?

Syndicate: I don't even know his name -

Glazebrook - You know?  I don't even think we know his name.  Dude's been running 
around with us for years now and I'm not...

Tinordi -  What is a credit score?

Syndicate: A credit score is a numerical expression based on a level analysis of a person's credit files, to represent the creditworthiness of the US citizen.

*420 is shocked, Syndicate smiles back.*

Syndicate: Happy?

Glazebrook - No... but I will be in a few seconds.

(He grabs the pipe from Tinordi and takes a large hit.)

Tinordi - How many digits after the decimal can you name in Pi?

Syndicate: Considering I didn't graduate from high school or take a math class in 9 years...3.141592653...that's all I've got.

Tinordi - Not bad.  Are you married?

Syndicate: That'll be a negatory.

Tinordi - If you had a daughter over the age of 18 who was kinda hot, which one of us 
would she go after?

Syndicate: If I had a daughter over the age of 18, I would use my aforementioned baseball bat to keep you two the |BLEEP| away from her.

Glazebrook - I told you it would be me!

Tinordi - No way, dude.  I saw her first!  What are your favorite sports teams?

Syndicate: I'm LA all the way.  Lakers, Rams, Kings, and Dodgers.

Glazebrook - What about the Chargers?

Syndicate - Please...

Tinordi - Who let the dogs out?

Syndicate: Who?

Glazebrook: Who.

Syndicate: Who?

Tinordi: Who.

Syndicate: Glad we're all in agreement.

Glazebrook - What do you think the theme song for Fury should be?

Syndicate: Use "Can't Stop" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers and you'll be golden.

Tinordi - Who won the Heisman Trophy in 1988?

Syndicate: Barry Sanders.  Is that even a question?

Glazebrook - Barry Sanders kicks ass!

Tinordi - Who past AND present, would you like to be in a tag team match with in the WWX?

Syndicate: You know, I kind of regret ending The Lost Soul's career because I'm sure it would've been fun to team with him.  As for current superstars, wrestling with Xavier Pendragon would be interesting.

Tinordi - Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Syndicate: Retired.

*He chuckles.*

Nah, I'll still be around then.  I'll either own this company by then or I'll be its World Champion.  We'll see how that turns out.

Tinordi - Who is the next wrestler to feel the No Signal?

Syndicate: It's gonna be Kurtis Ray at Deadlock.  I'll take the WWX title there as well.

Glazebrook - How do you feel about Trump?

Tinordi - Oh, for crying out loud.

Syndicate: Honestly, I'm kind of sick of his shenanigans.  I went into this year hoping for the best but he hasn't really done anything of note yet except for Tweeting and starting FBI investigations over nothing.  We'll see how the next few months pan out, though, before I make a final judgement.

Tinordi - Well, Syndicate, I'm afraid that is all the time we have for you today, but again, we appreciate you stopping by.

(The three men stand up and exchange handshakes.)

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude.  Good times, indeed.

Syndicate - Thank you guys.  It was a pleasure.

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... mostly yours.

(Syndicate exits the room as Tinordi and Glazebrook face the camera, which tightens its shot.)

Glazebrook - Which leads us to our main event... Television Champion Jake Devine defends his title against... uh... Stabsefedumbweevil Edwin?

Tinordi - Stabbalammadingdang Ervin?

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... I don't even know where to start with that one.

Tinordi - So, anyway, our cameras caught up with Jake Devine before the match.  Let's check it out.

(The camera moves to the backstage interview area, Chris Sanders with a microphone in hand.)

Chris: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the WWX Television champion, the King Jake Devine!

(As the crowd gives an audible pop, the camera refocuses on Jake. Wearing his "It's the King's Style" shirt, he has a toy replica International championship belt lying on his shoulder. Jake smiles for the camera and winks.)

Chris: Last week, you retained the WWX Television championship on a loss, as your partner Kurtis Ray was counted out during your Tag Team match against Syndicate and Willie Steen. I heard you feel frustrated. That the match ended like this?

Jake: That's correct, Chris. The match was NOT supposed to end like that. Am I still champion? Yes. Was it a win? No. And I can say Willie Steen feels the same. That wasn't a real win for him as well. I can tell you something: we are both frustrated. So, I have a proposition to make. For now, my schedule is really busy. I have Erwin to take on tonight, and Nero Moore at Deadlock. So: Willie Steen. The very next Fury after Deadlock, I want to battle you again, for the Television championship. No extra stipulation or anything. Just both of us in the ring, fair and square, for the Television championship. Of course, if you do refuse, I get to take a break. But don't expect me to give you any more opportunities. Alright, I gotta prepare for my match next. See you soon, WWX Universe.

(Jake shakes Chris's hand and walks out of the camera range.)

Chris:  Let's get to ringside for the action.

(Cuts back to 420's film room to show the boys again seated in their recliners.)

Tinordi - So, Devine calling out Willie Steen.

Glazebrook - Yeah, but he better not look past Ssss... Erwin.

Tinordi - Very true, Glaze.  This man was not messing around.  

(Again, highlights of the match are shown as the men continue to speak over them.)

Glazebrook - So, Stabs came out like a man possessed and really attacked the neck and shoulders of the champion, who was still feeling the effects from the number done on him by Ravage GM Tanno Waters.  

Tinordi - Yeah, dude.  Edward with the Ax Handle to the back of the TV Champ here... and again here.  He's bouncing Devine's head off the turnbuckles like a pinball.  Then he hits a vicious Cradle Pile Driver here.

Glazebrook - But Devine turns the tides a bit here, diving out of the way when Edmond tries the Splash in the corner.  Devine comes in with a Leaping Forearm Strike.  He then delivers a Face Buster to the big guy.  

Tinordi - I tell ya, Glaze.  A lot of fight in this champion, here.  

Glazebrook - True, but Stabs got the upper hand back right here, where he appears to pull the referee in between him and Devine as Jake was attempting a Missile Dropkick.

Tinordi - So, Jake hits the ref, then ties to revive him a little when he gets jumped by Erving.  And with the referee down, Stabs went to town on the champion.  Elvis with a couple Shortarm Clotheslines.  Then he slides to the outside and pulls out a trenching shovel from under the ring.  He jumps back up and gets a couple shots in, but the ref comes to and sees and rings the bell.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude.  Devine wins the bout by DQ and retains he TV Title.

Tinordi -  And that about wraps it up here at this week's WWX Fury.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude.  We want to thank Syndicate for being on the show...

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... and the cameraman.  As always, quality work.

Glazebrook - So, like for my man, G here, I am Matt Glazebrook saying good night.  Good night.

("Little Green Bag" plays as still shot photos of the highlights from the show and interview are shown while the credits roll through at a ridiculous rate of speed.)

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