When white people collide

Roleplay Roleplay by MATT GLAZEBROOK
On Thu, May11, 2017 7:54pm America/Phoenix
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When white people collide
(Scene opens in the garage at the 420 residence.  Its a large open area, with a little workshop back off in the corner.  Half of the space is occupied by a few various weight machines and free weights, a couple stationary bikes and treadmills.  The other half is set up as a game room.  2 pool tables, a bubble boy hockey machine, one of those mini basketball hoops, and a couple arcade style games.  The walls are covered in various framed jerseys and newspaper clippings.  There are also a few stand up shelves, full of various trophies, helmets and footballs.  No Woman, No Cry," by Bob Marley is playing in the background.  In the corner, we see Matt Glazebrook and Gary Tinordi finishing up a game of Golden Tee.  Glazebrook is wearing a pair of baggy blue jeans, a pair of black covered boots, and a plain olive green t shirt.  Tinordi has on a pair of dark blue track pants, dark blue John Wall T shirt jersey and a pair of brown flip flops.  He is also sporting a tan floppy hat.)

Tinordi - Oh, whaddup, Cameraman?

Cameraman - Hey guys.

Glazebrook - Dude, you just missed the ultimate beatdown.  I kicked his ass.

Tinordi - We tied.

Glazebrook - Haters gonna hate.

Tinordi - Whatever, dude.  But I am sure the lovely fans of the X aren't interested in hearing about how this is the closest you have come to beating me in about a month.

Glazebrook - Nah, dude.  There's no need to even mention that.

Tinordi - Exactly.

Glazebrook - I don't even know why you are tying to bring that up as if we don't have much more important things in front of us.

Tinordi - Well, this part is true, my friend.  This Sunday on Mayhem, in front of the thousands in Tampa and the millions watching all over the world... we are going to take back our place at the top of the WWX Tag Team division and win our belts back. 

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... I'm not sure why you were talking so much about that Golden Tee game when we have much more important gold to be talking about.  

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... It seems like, what does he call himself... the Rexcellence?

Glazebrook - Oh wow... isn't that just Rextra special.

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... it's like, maybe Rexamine this situation.

Glazebrook - Yeah... it sounds like he's making Rexcuses.

Tinordi - Cause you really have to Rexecute in the ring and stuff.

Glazebrook - Or else you'll get Rexterminated.

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... by the Rexecutioner.

Cameraman - Ok, guys...  Get back on track.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... uh... maybe he, uh... needs to go back to Rex Ed.

Cameraman - Guys!

Tinordi - Huh?  Oh... yeah ok.  So, like when we last left off or something... we were discussing history.  Now, Rex wants to downplay this history talking about when 420 were champions the tag team division was full of nobodies?  Dude, I'm not sure if we were watching the same federation for the last few months while you guys have been champions, but I would put any of the teams that we had to go through to get against the cats you were facing.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... at least the tag teams we faced had names... and shared the same music and walked to the ring together and stuff.

Tinordi - Damn right!  It's like, the only time we see the two of you together is inside the ring.  

Glazebrook - Tag team wrestling is more than just moves in the ring.  It is an art form.  Two men, but one team.  Each man willing to sacrifice himself for the greater good of the team.

Tinordi - Knowing how each man is going to react in an infinite amount of specialized situations and having the know-how to put yourself in a complimentary position to maximize your chances. 

Glazebrook - Yeah, Rex... Can your McAllister-Lipton connection say that?  It's ok... you don't have to answer... just think about it.

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... this man next to me?  We've been through hell and back with each other.  We played ball together, lived together, wrestled together, grew up together, won together and dominated together.  He's not just some dingbat I found on the street.  

Glazebrook - Yeah... and what's all this about you and the oddsmakers?  You talking to bookies or something?  I don't know, man.  That seems a little sketchy to me.  

Tinordi - Yeah, dude... Those WWRexecutives may want to look into this, you know?  Make sure Rex isn't pulling a Pete Rose over here or anything.

Glazebrook - And what's up with Lipton?  Sounds like he's more concerned with winning the International Title than he is about keeping the tag gold.

Tinordi - Which is understandable... I mean, he knows his reign is coming to an end and he wants to set himself up for when the inevitable happens and they lose this match on Sunday.  You see, guys... I have seen this movie before.  2 great singles wrestlers, join forces and beat up on a weak tag team division and hold the titles for a little.  All is fine and dandy until one day, a true tag team comes in and shows everybody what time it is and takes over the reigns.  Then those 2 singles guys go back into the singles division, talking about how their egos are too big to handle sharing the glory with someone else and they want to go out on their own and prove to the world they can do it themselves.  We've been in this business a long time and we have been that true tag team many a time.  This situation is no different.  The only thing that changes are the names... or lack there of.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude.  And in a few months, after everyone has forgotten about the McAllister and Lipton combo, you guys will be squaring off against each other at some PPV, fighting for some International belt.  And we will be sitting back, watching, entertained... and, more importantly, we will still be the WWX Tag Team Champions.  That's what happens when you play hard, work harder and train the hardest.

Tinordi - So, enjoy those belts, boys.  Enjoy the feeling of strapping them around your waists or draping them over your shoulders.  Call that 2nd cousin you have that you promised you would let take a picture with them.  Because, after Sunday Night Mayhem, you won't have that opportunity anymore.

Glazebrook - Yeah, dude... cause when you step in the ring with 420, we're gonna treat you like a roach and smoke ya.

(Tinordi takes a large hit from a large glass bong placed on a pool table near where the guys were and Rexhales the hit directly into the camera until smoke fills the whole shot before it fades to black.)

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