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Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to the first edition of the Friday Night Wars: Weekly Report, we had a big week filled with fantastic action, feuds starting and moments that will never be forgotten. We are live from the studio here in Los Angeles, California with our host, Renee Young. Welcome to the first edition of the Weekly Report, we are going to look back on what went down, we had new Champions crowned, some fantastic matches and interesting developments that will be sure to have some ramifications for the future of each respective brand. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at all that went down this last week, starting with last Saturday night, 3 PPV’s were set to go down. Join us as we first take a look back at Apex Wrestling’s ‘The Big Bang’.
Saturday, January 4th, 2020
The Big Bang Timothy Thatcher def. David Starr, Shane Thorne, Chris Hero, Jacob Fatu & Sami Callihan Timothy Thatcher is the new Apex International Champion Team Kick def. Bea Priestley & Jamie Hayter Chelsea Green & Deonna Purrazzo attack Team Kick after the match. Ember Moon vs Io Shirai goes to No Contest Andrade def. Will Ospreay Drew McIntyre def. Aleister Black Drew McIntyre is the new Apex Grand Champion, a mysterious force costs the match for Aleister. DIY def. The Revival DIY sweep The Revival in this 2 out of 3 falls match to capture the Apex Tag Team Championships Live from the Capital One Arena in Washington DC, the world is introduced to Apex Wrestling through the Big Bang. And with a night filled with exciting action, there would be some unfortunate news to come out of the event, with Sami Callihan sustaining a serious injury which will keep him out for 6-9 months, on top of Callihan, Jamie Hayter and David Starr would sustain minor injuries which will keep them out of action for a little while, however both will be back before the next PPV event, No Time To Die. Three Champions were crowned during the night as Drew McIntyre captured the Grand Championship, Timothy Thatcher winning the International Champion and DIY capturing the Tag Team Championships. New Dawn Night 1 AJ Styles def. Darby Allin AJ shows respect to his opponent post-match with a handshake. Bianca Belair def. Kay Lee Ray Belair advances to the next round in the Women’s Championship tournament. Lio Rush def. ELP, Akira Tozawa & BUSHI Lio Rush earns himself a future shot at the yet to be crowned Empyrean Championship Charlotte def. Sonya Deville Charlotte advances to the next round in the Women’s Championship tournament Cody Rhodes, Jeff Hardy & Hiroshi Tanahashi def. Finn Balor, Damian Priest & Lars Sullivan Post-match AJ Styles would reveal his intention for a group “Bulletproof” with Hiroshi Tanahashi as his partner, Finn Balor also reveals a group of his own “The Dead Rose Clique” with the two men he teamed with in this very same match. Shayna Baszler def. Riho After the match, Bianca Belair came down and was attacked by Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke who stood tall with Shayna Baszler. The Young Bucks def. Moustache Mountain & AOP The Young Bucks capture the Infinity Tag Team Championships, while celebrating though, they are attacked by Adam Cole and The War Raiders. Madison Square Garden plays host to the inaugural show hosted by Infinity “New Dawn” with it’s first night. Throughout, we would see three matches as a part of the Women’s Championship tournament, which would see Bianca Belair, Charlotte and Shayna Baszler advancing, with the rest of the tournament set to continue tomorrow on night 2’s show. In the main event we would also see the crowning of Infinity’s inaugural Tag Team Champions as Matt and Nick Jackson were able to take the titles hanging high above the ring in a spectacular ladder match. Interestingly, we would also see 4 groups rise up with future implications for Infinity’s future. The Dead Rose Clique consisted of Finn Balor, Lars Sullivan and Damian Priest, Bulletproof with AJ Styles and Hiroshi Tanahashi, the group of Adam Cole and the War Raiders, and lastly Shayna Baszler, Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke. The Wrestling Classic Rey Fenix def. Buddy Murphy Fenix becomes the first challenger for the yet to be crowned Internet Championship Black Excellence def. Hart Foundation The two teams show respect with an embrace after the match, Black Excellence earning the chance to challenge for the yet to be crowned Trios Championships first. Death Before Dishonor def. The Rascalz Tyler Black helped DBD win the match and become the inaugural REVOLT World Trios Champions and aligned himself with the trio. Steenerico def. The North, Motor City Machine Guns & LAX Steenerico became the inaugural REVOLT World Tag Team Champions after an insane Ladder War. Marty Scurll appears on the tron, and it seems trouble is brewing as he isn’t alone, but instead he has Jimmy Havoc with him. Sammy Guevara def. Flip Gordon Sammy Guevara becomes the inaugural REVOLT World Junior Heavyweight Champion. He celebrates with the rest of LAX. Shinsuke Nakamura def. Tyler Black Nakamura wins the chance to be first in line for the REVOLT Imperial Heavyweight Championship which will be crowned later tonight. Pentagon Jr. def, Ricochet & Hangman Page Pentagon becomes the inaugural REVOLT Internet Champion, and with his brother winning the opening match, the two will have to face off sooner rather than later with that title on the line. Kenny Omega def. Kota Ibushi Omega becomes the inaugural REVOLT Imperial Heavyweight Champion, but his celebration is cut short when LAX make their presence felt, before moving to the outside where a chopper carrying their leader is in, when it lands, Zelina Vega steps out, closely followed by Andrade “Cien” Almas. And with that, REVOLT has a action packed night filled with twists and turns, with that groundbreaking swerve being the biggest of all, Andrade appears at The Wrestling Classic despite competing at The Big Bang just hours earlier. Throughout the night, we would see Roderick Strong, Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish capture the Trios Championships, Kevin Steen and El Generico win the Tag Team Championships. With the singles championships being crowned as well, Sammy Guevara captured the Junior Heavyweight Title, Pentagon Jr. the Internet Title and Kenny Omega the Imperial Heavyweight Championship.
Sunday, January 5th, 2020
Bring Da Ruckus Samoa Joe def. KENTA Samoa Joe advances to the Five Way to crown the PRIDE Championship Cesaro def. Ilja Dragunov Cesaro is the second man to advance to the Five Way for the PRIDE Championship Sasha Banks def. Candice LeRae Tetsuya Naito def. Chris Jericho Naito is the next to advance for the Five Way for the PRIDE Championship Jay White def. PAC White is the fourth to advance to the PRIDE Championship Five Way The Usos def. The New Day The Usos are crowned the inaugural PRIDE World Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan def. Zack Sabre Jr. Bryan is the final man to advance for the Five Way to become the inaugural PRIDE Champion. Live from Brooklyn, PRIDE are here to present Bring Da Ruckus which would see a lot of exciting action. Kicking things off with Paige to announce an 8 woman tournament for the Pride Women’s Championship. During the show we would also see the crowning of the World Tag Team Champions as The Usos took out The New Day to be the first team to capture them. Throughout the night we would also see the field for a Fatal Five Way to determine the inaugural PRIDE Champion become much clearer and clearer, until by the end of the night we would know that the match will be Daniel Bryan vs Jay White vs Tetsuya Naito vs Cesaro vs Samoa Joe. New Dawn Night 2 Rhea Ripley def. Alexa Bliss Rhea Ripley advances to the next round in the Women’s Championship tournament. WALTER def. Keith Lee Shayna Baszler def. Bianca Belair Shayna Baszler makes it to the finals of the Women’s Championship tournament Hiromu Takahashi def. Bandido, Ligero & Taiji Ishimori After the match, Lio Rush confronts his opponent for Genocide, but AOP attack Takahashi and Rush joins in. After the attack concludes, Balor comes down, AOP and Lio Rush reveal their allegiance to the Dead Rose Clique. Rhea Ripley def. Charlotte Rhea Ripley moves onto the finals of the match, however during this match her leg was damaged, which puts into question Ripley’s chances against Baszler. Baszler attacked after the match, but Ripley showed some fight, eventually being passed out in the Coquina Clutch. Adam Cole def. Joey Janela Before the match even began, Cole revealed there was a fourth member of his group alongside the War Raiders, and that is when Killian Dain would make his appearance. By the end of the match, there would be another member revealed, that being Brodie Lee who would assist Cole in getting the victory. Shayna Baszler def. Rhea Ripley This match comes to a heartbreaking end when Baszler destroys the injured knee of Ripley to the point that the referee has to call for the bell without a submission or pinfall finish. Night 2 of New Dawn was once again a great show, with the roster becoming more and more clear, Dead Rose Clique, Bulletproof and Adam Cole’s group “Rogue Glory” both acquiring more members. With Killian Dain and Brodie Lee joining Rogue Glory, Lio Rush and AOP joining the Dead Rose Clique and The Young Bucks and Joey Janela joining Bulletproof. To end the night Infinity would crown it’s inaugural Women’s Champion in the form of Shayna Baszler.
Friday, January 10th, 2020
Blackout I Blackout GM, William Regal, addresses the Full Sail crowd before being interrupted by Elias, Cody Rhodes makes his presence felt and sends Elias retreating. Taiji Ishimori def. Bandido Ishimori continues after the match with an attack on Bandido, when he started losing control, a masked figure saved him, revealing himself to be El Phantasmo. Charlotte def. Big Swole Adam Cole and the rest of Rogue Glory come down to the ring and address the other factions that have been established, before putting out a challenge to Bulletproof for Genocide. Commentary put over the dynamic of the group, Cole being a mastermind with 4 big men to back him up. Finn Balor def. Jeff Hardy DRC got involved all throughout the match until eventually Hiromu Takahashi came to help Jeff out, and get a bit of revenge for what happened at New Dawn Night 2. The chaos outside would distract Hardy and allow Balor to pick up the victory. The beatdown ensued after the match ended, with Regal making a match next week pitting Balor and Lio against Hiromu and Hardy. Keith Lee Open Challenge: Keith Lee def. Hiroshi Tanahashi After the match Rogue Glory came down and beat down Keith and Tanahashi, Cole says that Keith should look no further for his next challenge, because it will be Adam Cole who challenges the Limitless One next. Shayna Baszler cuts a scathing promo on management, the women’s roster and the fans who doubted her. She puts out a challenge which is answered by Sonya Deville, in a big opportunity for the Infinity Women’s Championship. Shayna Baszler def. Sonya Deville Shayna Baszler retains the Infinity Women’s Championship with Sonya further cementing her abilities despite coming up short. Darby Allin def. AJ Styles Darby gets a big win and becomes the inaugural Oblivion Champion, after the match Styles offers Allin a spot in Bulletproof, and after some contemplation, he agrees and joins the group. Infinity’s first episode of weekly programming was a hit and produced some great moments and matches, we were treated to a Women’s Championship match with Baszler remaining Champion. As well as the crowning of the inaugural Oblivion Champion as Darby Allin managed to rectify his loss at New Dawn Night 1 by beating AJ Styles and securing the title. On top of that, Bulletproof found a new recruit with Styles inviting Darby into their ranks. Flashpoint I The show kicks off with a coronation ceremony, but before the coronation can begin, we get the reveal of Apex Wrestling’s General Manager, Aiden English. He comes down and introduces Thatcher for his International Championship coronation, Thatcher is confronted by The OJMO who challenges Thatcher to an International Championship match next week. Bray Wyatt hosts an episode of the Firefly Funhouse centered around Aleister Black Mustafa Ali def. MJF Anti Fun Police vs Heavy Machinery ends in a no contest After a backstage encounter, these two teams were set for battle, but then Grizzled Young Veterans ended the match short and beat down both teams before putting the tag team division on notice. We are shown a creepy video of Scarlett Bordeaux in the locker room, being filmed on a camcorder with a creepy voice humming a nursery rhyme Tegan Nox def. Chelsea Green The first of the matches in the Women’s Championship tournament, with Tegan moving on to the next round. Green attempts to attack Nox but Kai is there to have her friends back and send Green into retreat. Drew McIntyre comes down to celebrate his title victory at The Big Bang, and he is confronted by Will Ospreay, which results in a Grand Championship match being made for Flashpoint IV at the end of the month. Underground Kings Episode I Hangman Page def. Roderick Strong, Ricochet & Shane Strickland Tyler Black shows some level of support for Hangman Page after the match, what could it mean though? Davey Boy Smith Jr’s Open Challenge: Shingo Takagi def. Davey Boy Smith Jr. Shingo makes his debut with a big win, he continues the attack after the match and leaving Davey unconscious. Backstage Death Before Dishonor are in their locker room when Tyler Black comes in, with him is Hangman Page. He is offered a spot in DBD, which Strong isn’t happy about, O’Reilly says that before he can even consider it, Page needs to earn his respect in a match. Steamboat’s Summit: The Junior Heavyweight Division Majority of the Juniors are already in the ring waiting for Steamboat to address them, but then Sammy Guevara comes out, and then Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster, and then Buddy Murphy. Murphy introduces his “associates” Shane Thorne, Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford and a brawl breaks out between everyone. Murphy stands tall and gets the opportunity to officially introduce the Order of the Black Swan. Steenerico & LAX have a confrontation backstage, with Andrade challenging El Generico to a match. Marty Scurll & Jimmy Havok wreck a production truck and “cancel” the Main Event for anyone not in attendance. Golden Lovers def. Lucha Bros. In a REVOLT Plus exclusive Match of the Week, the match that was supposed to Main Event the broadcast of Underground Kings Episode 1 is shown. After the match, Kenny Omega is confronted by Shinsuke Nakamura, the No.1 Contender to Omega’s championship. PRIDE Wrestling #001 Paige makes some announcements to start the show, the Women’s Championship tournament bracket, and the 8 man gauntlet for the Intercontinental Championship. She is interrupted by Mansoor though, and he is stopped by Jericho who points down to the ring, and the two agree to a match. Chris Jericho def. Mansoor Jericho ends this match in 7 seconds, halting Mansoor’s hopes of success for now. Candice LeRae def. Mickie James Candice LeRae is the first to advance in the Women’s Championship tournament. Suzuki-Gun are interviewed and proclaim themselves as the best and most cohesive faction in Pride. The Usos def. Roppongi 3K The Usos cut a promo bragging about being the best team, before being interrupted by the Street Profits, but when they enter the ring, The Usos catch them with Dual Superkicks and leave. The Debut of Roman Reigns, Enzo and Cass come out, Enzo talking trash and getting Reigns riled up. Roman Reigns def. Big Cass Reigns wins in 5 seconds simply nailing a Spear and being done with it. Roman Reigns def. Enzo Amore Reigns gets vengeance on Enzo for his comments under no disqualification rules, he absolutely brutalises Enzo before finally getting the victory. Daniel Bryan def. Cesaro, Jay White, Samoa Joe & Tetsuya Naito Daniel Bryan becomes the inaugural PRIDE Champion. The show comes to a close with Daniel Bryan standing tall celebrating his victory. With that spells the end of the first week in the Friday Night Wars, we had a lot of action go down, with champions crowned, factions formed, rivalries started and Holy Shit Moments.
Week 2 Preview
Apex Wrestling Tune in to Flashpoint this week live from North Dakota as we have a big show on tap, the show will be opened by the inaugural Apex Tag Team Champions, DIY, in their first appearance since winning the titles. Also scheduled for the show, we have Timothy Thatcher defending his International Championship against The OJMO after their encounter last week on Flashpoint I. Velveteen Dream is scheduled to compete this week, and finally we will see the continuation of the Women’s Championship tournament as Becky Lycnh will take on Shotzi Blackheart. Tune in Friday to catch all that and more… Infinity This Friday on Blackout, from it’s home in Full Sail University, Cody Rhodes will take on Elias in the match that was set up last week to kick off the show. Dead Rose Clique members, Finn Balor and Lio Rush will take on Hiromu Takahashi and Jeff Hardy in a Tag Team match for the ages. Adam Cole challenges Keith Lee to a singles match after the post match attack on last weeks show following the match between The Limitless One and Hiroshi Tanahashi by Rogue Glory. In the main event Sarah Logan, Kris Statlander, Kay Lee Ray and Riho go to battle in Fatal Four Way action to determine who will face Shayna Baszler for her Women’s Championship on Blackout III. All that and more this week, tune in to Blackout II. PRIDE This week on PRIDE Wrestling we will see PAC and Minoru Suzuki of Suzuki-Gun taking on two of Bullet Club’s own, in the form of Jay White and KENTA, who will come out on top of these two groups? The Women’s Championship tournament for PRIDE will also continue as Tenille Dashwood is set to take on Hikaru Shida to determine who will move forward and one step closer to the Women’s Championship. Make sure to tune in to not miss this action. REVOLT After the explosive debut of Underground Kings last week, REVOLT have what is sure to be another explosive show in store. Pentagon Jr. will be defending his Internet Championship against Kota Ibushi, after their fantastic tag team match on opposite sides last week, this is sure to blow the roof off the place. Andrade “Cien” Almas is set to make his in ring debut for REVOLT as he takes on El Generico after putting out the challenge last week, who will make it out of this one the victor? Also set up during last weeks show was the challenge Kyle O’Reilly put out to Hangman Page, looking to see if Page deserves his respect and should be allowed into Death Before Dishonor. The Junior Heavyweight Champion will also be in action with Sammy Guevare set to go up against one third of The Rascalz, Zachary Wentz. Tune in if you don’t want to miss this.
The Dirt Sheets
Now it is time to take a look through the Dirt Sheets, the world of professional wrestling “journalism” has been hard at work trying to get insider scoops from all 4 brands, but they seem to be keeping much of their information under wraps. However we do have some scoops for all of you… REVOLT
Reports suggest REVOLT have filed a trademark for the name “Bullet Club” and “Firing Squad”, we currently have no clue what this could lead to, but many have speculated this could be an attempt to have teams or groups going by these names.
The next rumour we have to pass along is that REVOLT management have been in negotiations to try and pick up some free agents such as PJ Black, Jonathan Gresham and Jay Lethal, as well as for ROH alumni, The American Wolves
Through the grapevine, information has been passed around for REVOLT’s supposed plans for their next PPV, reportedly going by the name “PANDEMIC” as a two night event in the Florida area. Obviously plans can change so don’t take our word on this, time will tell the validity of this and any rumours circulating.
Reports coming from withing PRIDE state that after Enzo Amore’s match with Roman Reigns, he has been placed on life support, we are currently waiting on word to make the situation clearer.
Next on the dirt sheet is that Tetsuya Naito has apparently torn his ACL, we are unsure on whether this is 100% true or not, but when we receive word we will let you know
The final rumour from PRIDE is regarding the next episode of PRIDE Wrestling, we are to believe Danial Bryan will open the show with a coronation after winning the PRIDE Championship last week in the Fatal Five Way.
Reports suggest that Damian Priest is on a path to success, with the understanding being that he will take Darby Allin’s Oblivion Championship from him at Genocide. Darby fans should not worry however as he is supposedly going to be going through multiple challenges in the coming weeks in compensation for that loss at the next PPV
At Genocide we could see the debut of another new faction, with Jeff Hardy and Hiromu Takahashi already teaming up on Blackout II, this is reportedly going to spark the new faction, with Moustache Mountain also joining the ranks.
The World Championship is reportedly set to be crowned at the PPV following Genocide in either a Triple Threat or a Fatal Four Way, the leaders of each faction will be the ones fighting for the title come that match, whether this supposed nee faction does arise or not, that will determine whether it will be 3 men or 4 competing in that match.
Velveteen Dream is reportedly in hot water with management behind the scene, with the idea being thrown around to write Dream off completely and giving his spot to someone else.
Rumours suggest The Revival could be looking to repackage themselves with that embarrassing loss at The Big Bang where they lost two falls in a row, no news yet on what this possible repackage could be.
There have also been reports that a new title will be introduced, it is understood to be either at or after No Time To Die, some suggestions for what this title could be are: Women’s Tag Team Championships, Hardcore Championship, Trios Championship or an Intergender Championship.
That's all for this weeks report, we had an exciting week of wrestling here, but now we look to the future and where these brands develop and what they become in the months and years ahead.
2020.05.03 03:36 MGTElite489Underground Kings, Episode I January 10, 2020 Hammerstein Ballroom, Manhattan, New York
Cue the show's theme, just as the emblem for REVOLT: Underground Kings is shown, before cutting to a live shot of all the screaming fans in Hammerstein Ballroom, everyone in attendance excited for the first ever episode of Underground Kings. Don Callis and Matt Striker greet everyone from the announce desk, and marvel at the card they have tonight. Other than that, Commissioner Ricky Steamboat will be addressing the entire Junior Heavyweight Division, including its champion, Sammy Guevara, and Davey Boy Smith Jr of the Hart Foundation will be holding an open challenge. But to kick off the night, it's the the first match to ever happen on Underground Kings... a Four Way Dance for the ages! Familiar music hits,and the crowd immediately lose their minds as their favorite Cowboy is set to make the very first entrance in Underground Kings history. With a serious look on his face, Page storms down to the ring, slapping hands with the occasional ringside fan, but staying focused as he rolls in and grabs the ropes, feeding off the energy in the Ballroom. As Page sinks in his respective corner,we hear new music,something the crowd has never heard of before. The entire venue is now coated in gold lighting, with only the stage area being devoid of any light. But after a few moments of darkness, it's immediately enveloped in gold lighting, and out from the curtain comes the One and Only, Ricochet. Wearing vibrant silver and gold tights with black kickpads, he races down to the ring, and slides in, jumping up the turnbuckles. Matt Striker notes the new gear and music, saying it might possibly Ricochet's way of moving past failing at the PPV. As Ricochet hops down, he comes face to face with his opponent from The Wrestling Classic, both men unable to claim the REVOLT Internet Championship as their own. They share a few words, but before they anything else can be traded,Death Before Dishonor's musicstarts ringing throughout the arena. In comes Tyler Black with Roderick Strong, who's holding his REVOLT World Trios Championship close to his shoulder. Strong rolls into the ring and immediately starts talking trash to Page and Ricochet, causing both men to stare him down. Knowing he's already made some enemies, he backs off, and Hangman nods, smiling at Strong's double take, only for his smile to fade away as he notices Black looking at him closely, more than anyone else in the match. Page turns his back on him, trying to get his mind off being examined by the leader of DBD, only to turn back around once he hearsShane Strickland's music,which causes the entire Manhattan crowd to get into a "SWERVE" chant, something Don Callis says is proof that Shane Strickland is the unsung King of the Independent Scene. All four men are in the ring now, and the referee everyone up and down, before calling for the bell. HERE WE GO! Four Way Dance: Hangman Page vs Ricochet vs Roderick Strong vs Shane Strickland As soon as the bell rings, Strong comes raging out of his corner to blast Ricochet in the side of the head with a high knee! Immediately pairing off with one another, that leaves Hangman Page and Shane Strickland staring each other down. Page shrugs, and walks into the middle of the ring, just as Strickland is doing the same! They stand face to face, before Strickland tries to surprise him with a leg sweep! Page steps out of the way, and aims a huge forearm at Swerve's head, but he evades! Strickland connects with a shoot kick to the chest, and runs the ropes, only to have to dodges a lariat that would've taken his head off! Strickland lands underneath Page's arm, and hops back to his feet to land an enzuigiri! Out of the corner of his eye, he sees Ricochet bouncing off the ropes and hitting a tope suicida on Strong at ringside, an idea forming in his head! Suddenly, he grabs the ropes, waiting for Ricochet to get back to his feet, and bounces off, landing a breathtaking Arabian Press! Strickland smiles as the crowd chants his name, once again on his side, only to see Hangman rebounding off the ropes, looking for a dive himself! At the last second, Shane jumps up and connects with a spinning heel kick, knocking Page back into the ring and putting Strickland in full control! He climbs up on the apron and makes his way up the turnbuckles, and drops an elbow right on the Cowboy! He goes for the cover, looking for a quick win! 1... 2... Page gets the shoulder up! Strickland looks forward to dealing out more offense on Page, but he doesn't see Roderick Strong pop up at ringside! Strong waits his turn, watching as Strickland puts Page in the corner and starts chopping the life out of him! Roderick finally slides in with Shane's back is turned, grabbing him for the O'Connor roll! 1... 2... Strickland kicks out, but Strong keeps the hold! He deadlifts him, connecting with the Chaos Theory! He looks toward Page, and runs, thrusting his shoulder right into the Hangman's gut! He grabs the head, hooks the arm, and plants him with a snap suplex! Getting back to his feet, Strong runs the ropes and delivers a knee drop right to the jaw, wanting to soften up any part of Page he can! Strong pulls Hangman back up to his feet, and looks for a Northern Lights suplex, only for Strickland to come in and land a dropkick on the Cowboy! Page falls back, inadvertently driving Strong's head into the mat with a DDT! Strickland tries pinning Strong, but ducks out of the way when he sees Ricochet flying through the air! The Future of Flight connects with a springboard 450 splash on both Hangman and Roderick! Ricochet hops up to his feet and dodges a gamengiri from Strickland, now grabbing his leg and pulling him in for an inverted DDT! Ricochet gets back up, only to immediately land a running shooting star press! Ricochet turns around to see Page using the ropes to pull himself up, and pounces, connecting with a Rolling Thunder neckbreaker from behind! Roderick gets to his feet and tries grabbing Ricochet from behind to hit a tiger suplex, but the One and Only flips out, landing on his feet and connecting with a superkick! He picks up Strong, looking for the Benadryller, but he gets a face full of elbows, before Strong lands behind him and hits a wicked backstabber! Roderick tosses Ricochet out of the ring, and turns around to see Hangman and Strickland stirring. Strong starts going back and forth, dealing out hard backhand chops to both men, wanting to keep both subdued! Suddenly, he tries to nail Page with an Olympic slam, but he slips out at the last second and responds with a chop block! Strickland rushes and blasts Strong in the side of the head with a roundhouse kick! Strickland tosses Strong to the outside, only to get picked up by the Cowboy, who's hoping to hit the Rite of Passage! As he hooks the legs, Shane panics, knowing he only has a few seconds to escape! Page gets ready to hit it... but Shane slips out and counters into a sunset flip pin! 1... 2... Hangman kicks out in the nick of time! Page scrambles to his feet, knowing he was close to losing it all there! Strickland pulls himself up, but Hangman quickly takes advantage, lifting him up with ease! Page sets up for a fallaway slam, moving to the middle of the ring, wanting to toss Strickland so hard he crashes into the ropes! Hangman finally throws him... but Strickland lands on his feet behind him! Inverted Frankensteiner to Page, his neck snapping as he crashes to the mat! Shane knows it's about time he go for the kill, and he starts climbing the turnbuckles! He nods to the audience, and locks in on Hangman, who's finally coming to, and is sitting up on the mat. Strickland sets his feet, and jumps, looking for the Swerve Stomp... Hangman dodges! Shane rolls through, ending up back on his feet, only to see Page crashing toward him, looking to take back control! Strickland dodges, coming from behind to land a Satellite DDT! Strickland can feel it now, he knows he has the momentum on his side, he's ready to turn the Hammerstein Ballroom into Swerve City! Shane pulls Hangman up off the mat, and starts lifting him up, balancing him on his shoulders. The crowd is on the edge of their seat, the commentators are anticipating it, everyone knows Strickland is about to hit the New Flavor! Page tries to land some punches, but Strickland retaliates by spinning around, throwing off his opponents' sense of direction! He stops, before setting up, ready to finish things off. He tosses him up, before catching him in the half nelson! He's about to finish off with the driver, but Page rolls through, getting into a roll up of his own! 1... 2... Strickland gets the shoulder up! Shane immediately looks for a bicycle kick, but Page dodges! He spins around, and blasts him with a discus forearm smash! He picks him up, forcing him onto his shoulder, before pointing out to the corner, signalling a Lawn Dart! He runs, but Strickland escapes and follows up with a nasty hook kick! With Hangman reeling, he runs, springing off the ropes, hoping to drop him with a cutter! He leaps through the air, target acquired... Page catches him, and falls back into a German suplex! Shane rolls to the outside of the ring, and Page is back on top of things! He contemplates going after Strickland, and turns around, ready to land a dive, only to see Ricochet on the apron! Ricochet leaps through the ropes, looking for a Rolling Thunder DDT! He springs over to Page, hoping it lands... PAGE BUILDS SPEED AND CATCHES HIM, MOONSAULT FALLAWAY SLAM! Hangman throws Ricochet out to the apron, and springs off the ropes, delivering a Triangle Dropkick that sends Ricochet crashing into Strickland at ringside! Hangman climbs up the turnbuckles, knowing he doesn't have much time before Swerve and the One and Only get back to their feet. He gets his feet set on the top rope, making sure he's ready to fly... but he sees Roderick Strong climb up to the apron! Strong points at Page, and runs, hopping up the turnbuckles with him! Page and Strong go back and forth with the forearms, back and forth with elbows, back and forth with the chops and palm strikes! Page finally gets the advantage, landing three forearms in a row, causing Strong to lose his grip on the turnbuckles, just a little bit! Roderick senses he's in trouble, and tries to meet Page with a forearm of his own! He drives it in, hoping to connect with Page's skull... the Cowboy catches the arm! Roderick's eyes widen, and now he lifts his leg, thinking he needs to create space with a kick to the side of the head! Page catches the leg as well! Strong knows he's in trouble now, and he tries to elbow out of it, knowing he needs to break Hangman's grip! But it's no use, Page is already lifting him up, still balancing on the top rope! Hangman looks back the scene below: Ricochet is pulling himself up using the barricade, and Strickland is leaning against the apron, now advancing toward the Future of Flight. It's now, or never. Hangman gets set up... AND HITS THE MOONSAULT FALLAWAY SLAM ON STRONG, OFF THE TOP ROPE, TO THE FLOOR, CRASHING INTO RICOCHET AND STRICKLAND! Page throws Strong back into the ring, and slides in, wanting to follow up with something big to end the match. Roderick crawls over to the corner, wanting to get away from the Cowboy before he can do anything hasty! Hangman trots over, thinking this is going to be easy as pie. But just when he reaches him, Strong surprises him, grabbing and dropping him into the turnbuckles with a reverse STO! Page backs away, holding his jaw, floored by the move! Roddy gets to his feet, and runs, bouncing off the ropes, before delivering a huge knee to the side of the face! Hangman falls back, now leaning against the ropes, as Strong advances on him. Roderick hooks the arm and grabs the head, looking for the End of Heartache. Still feeling the effects of the knee, Hangman can't do much to fight back. Strong lifts him up, wanting to drive the knees right into the back... Page delivers an elbow to the temple at the last second, messing up Roderick's flow! Strong stumbles and drops Hangman, the Cowboy now landing on the apron! Ricochet slides in from the other side of the ring and rocks Strong with a bicycle kick! He sees Hangman, and jumps out to the apron, wanting to get some offense on him as well! He picks him up on his shoulders, looking for a Benadryller, but Page lands back on the apron after some swift elbows! He holds onto the ropes, and lands an enziguiri, nailing Ricochet in the side of the head, before kicking him in the midsection, cradling him and picking him up, teasing a Gotch style piledriver! CRACKER BARREL ON THE APRON CONNECTS! Ricochet flops back to ringside, and Hangman now puts his attention on Strong once again. As the Messiah of the Backbreaker stumbles to his feet, finally recovered from Ricochet's attack, Page's eyes narrow. He grips the rope, and goes for it, flipping over... BUCKSHOT LARIAT CONNECTS! Hangman falls into the cover, and the referee gets into the position! 1... Shane finally appears at ringside, noticing the pin... 2... he slides in, desperate to break it up... 3! Strickland, mere inches away from keeping the match alive, slaps the mat in frustration as Hangman's music starts ringing throughout Hammerstein Ballroom! Hangman Page defeats Roderick Strong, Shane Strickland, and Ricochet (12:53) Page, ecstatic that he finally got himself a big win to kick off his stay in REVOLT, finally lets himself enjoy a cold one, indulging with one of the ringside fans. Shane Strickland runs his hand through his hair and looks up at the lights, as he can't believe he wasn't fast enough. As Swerve rolls out of the ring, he and Hangman share a look, before Page nods at him, the two forming a bit of mutual respect for one another as Shane makes his way to the back. The Cowboy goes back to celebrating, bumping fists and taking beers from fans who are more than happy to keep him inebriated. But as he raises his arms in victory and begins walking back toward the curtain, he stops downing his beer when he notices Tyler Black right at the top, slowly clapping his hands, still focused on the Hangman. Page looks at him, confused, before shaking his head and brushing past him, still not sure what that was all about. He leaves Black at the top of the walkway, still smiling despite Strong stumbling up, ranting about that crazy drunk Adam Page. The screen fades away from the Hammerstein Ballroom, and is instead replaced with a scene from a bathroom. A man in a suit walks in, the sight of the screen too blurry for us to see who it is. It transitions to the sink, where the man spits out a bit of blood. Suddenly, it cuts to a ring, where presumably the same man, wearing a navy blue singlet and kickpads, is doing battle, ramming his forearm into his opponent's face, over and over again. It switches back to the bathroom, where we see him peel something off his face before throwing it down in the sink, revealing it to be a bandage. Once again, it switches to a ring, this time of the man, this time in a burgundy singlet, grabbing a snapping his opponent's fingers, before biting them to the referee's chagrin. It switches back to the bathroom, where the man finally ties up his hair into a topknot, ready to leave for the day. It switches to the stage of an arena, where the man, wearing a fur jacket with a championship in his teeth, and the camera finally clears up, revealing who it is. A graphic appears on the screen that reads "The Bruiserweight Pete Dunne... Coming Soon", before we return to the Hammerstein Ballroom. Soon enough,the familiar strains of the Hart Foundation's themebegin to ring out. Davey Boy Smith Jr appears, getting a good pop from the crowd as he makes his way down to the ring, stepping through the ropes and swinging his taped up right arm, getting ready for battle. Davey Boy Smith Jr's Open Challenge Smith grabs a microphone and says despite him and his partners failing to defeat Willie Mack, Cedric Alexander, and Rich Swann at the Wrestling Classic, he wants to get back on track by doing what he does best: getting into a fight. So whoever wants to make a splash, come on down and show the Canadian Bulldog what you've got. Davey drops the microphone and leans against the ropes, nodding his head and taking off his jacket as the lights go out and music begins to play throughout the Ballroom. Davey waits in the middle of the ring as the entire crowd marvels at the sight of his opponent. Wearing a black, green, and red jacket, the man takes off his Scorpion mask, revealing himself to be Shingo Takagi. The audience erupts as the Japanese star storms down to the ring, ready to compete. Shingo rolls in and rips off his jacket, cracking his neck as he prepares to go one on one with Davey. The referee nods at the two men, before ringing the bell. And WE'RE OFF! Davey hangs up his jacket, and turns around into a gigantic lariat from Takagi! He scrambles to his feet, and kicks away another lariat attempt! Shingo is already advancing, daring him to hand to hand combat. Smith uses his left arm to battle back with big forearm! Takagi responds with a chop, and follows up with a forearm of his own! Davey backs up, but manages to hold his own by connecting with a big boot that forces Takagi to lean against the ropes! Davey Boy quickly grabs Shingo, and lands a standing belly to belly suplex! But as he gets to his feet, Takagi pops up, refusing to stay down! He grabs Davey, and drops him with a German suplex! Shingo gets back to his feet, only to get taken off of them! The Canadian Bulldog is repaid Takagi by powering through the huge suplex, and now slams him with a nasty Saito! Davey turns around, taking Shingo popping back up in stride, grabbing a hold of him before he can retaliate, dropping him with a second Saito! The Canadian Bulldog can feel the energy in the crowd, and spells the beginning of the end, teasing a running powerslam! He picks Takagi up, and gets ready to put him down for the count, but Shingo slips out and responds with a roundhouse kick right to the damaged arm! Davey yells out in pain, grabbing at his elbow, opening him up for Takagi's snap Dragon suplex! Davey tries to get back to his feet, but Takagi grabs him by the arm, and cranks the life out of it, stomping on it over and over again! He buries his knee into the elbow, and pulls Davey up to his knees, only to rebound off the ropes and come back with a tremendous big boot! Davey Boy grabs at his arm, refusing the referee's care, saying he's fine to continue the match. He gets back to one knee, but Takagi pounces yet again, grabbing the arm, yanking Davey across the ring, and body slamming him, forcing all of his body weight to come crashing down on his own arm! Davey's arm can't even hold up his own body, as he picks his head up, using the other arm to prop himself up. Shingo runs past Davey, and delivers a huge penalty kick to the arm, causing him to yell out in pain! Shingo yanks Davey back up, and ties his arm up on the top rope, pulling on it harshly, looking to tear it out of his socket! Shingo holds Davey up, and blasts him with chop after chop, forearm after forearm, elbow after elbow, before rearing back and blasting him with a headbutt, causing Davey to sink down, still hanging up by the ropes, practically out on his feet! Shingo pulls Davey out of the ropes, and builds momentum, before taking his head off with a Pumping Bomber! Takagi pulls him up, and lands a spinning backfist that knocks Davey out cold! Before he can collapse to the mat, Shingo grabs him, setting up for the deathblow! LAST FALCONRY! 1... 2... 3! Welcome to REVOLT, Shingo Takagi. Shingo Takagi defeats Davey Boy Smith Jr (8:25) Takagi composes himself, wiping his feet right next to Davey Boy, who's clutching his arm and near unconsciousness, still trying to use the ropes and pull himself up. Shingo takes his sweet time, circling Davey's prone body, before pouncing on him, locking in the rear naked choke, which he calls the Dream Gate! Davey, already weak, immediately starts fading, and soon enough, he's slumped against Takagi's body! Shingo turns him around, picks him up on his shoulders, before delivering a huge Hawk Buster, a modified spinning torture rack powerbomb! Takagi slides his Scorpion mask back on as he steps out of the ring, the audience shocked at the Dragon's arrival. The camera cuts to backstage, where Roderick Strong is holding an ice pack to the back of his neck, as Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish act outraged that how Strong got callously robbed. Tyler Black comes in, and he asks Strong how he's doing. Roderick says he's felt better, but at least he doesn't have to be around that drunk lunatic anymore. Black scratches his head and says "Yeah... about that," just as Hangman Page comes in. Roderick immediately stands up, and asks Black what the Hell he's doing here. Hangman says he'd like to know the same, why did Black bring him face to face with this asshole. Black tells everyone to calm down, saying that everything happens for a reason. He lost the #1 Contender's Match to Shinsuke Nakamura at The Wrestling Classic for a reason... and Hangman Page pinned Roderick Strong for a reason. Black continues, saying that it got him thinking, maybe before Death Before Dishonor completely takes over REVOLT, it's about time they add to their ranks and make their faction even strong. Black says Ring of Honor alumni need to stick together, because they're the ones destined to be the last men standing in this chaotic landscape. They're the ones who can handle the hard hitting action night after night. Page says he's not sure about this, saying he's used to going it alone, and he's much rather chase after some gold than throw his name into a faction. Strong says he might respect Page, but he's still not completely over their match from earlier tonight. Black coaxes both men to coming together, even teasing a handshake... Strong's glare softens, and Page shrugs, and it looks like they might just come together... Kyle O'Reilly puts a stop to everything, saying before he can even THINK about accepting Page into Death Before Dishonor, he has to earn his respect, just like he earned the respect of Black and Strong. O'Reilly challenges Page to a match next week, telling him he needs to impress KOR before he can join a high quality faction like Death Before Dishonor. Page raises an eyebrow, saying if it means shutting him up, then he'll gladly take that challenge. Kyle O'Reilly and Hangman Page go nose to nose with one another, with Tyler Black looking unsure and nervous in the background. Steamboat's Summit: The Junior Heavyweight Division The Commissioner's music hits, and Ricky Steamboat makes his way down to the ring to tremendous respectful applause from the Hammerstein Ballroom. Already in the ring is the entire Junior Heavyweight Division. Ricochet and Shane Strickland, now dressed in their outside clothes, along with Flip Gordon, the Rascalz, the Harts (in the form of Teddy Hart and Brian Pillman Jr), Black Excellence (in the form of Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander), the Motor City Machine Guns, Tony Nese, Paul London & Brian Kendrick, and 2/3 of the REVOLT World Trios Champions, reDRagon. Steamboat steps through the ropes, and says he appreciates the Division for joining him here in the ring. He comments on how the fans might be surprised seeing some of them here, due to the fact that many of these competitors have been mainly associated with tag team wrestling. But that's exactly why he wanted them here for his Summit, because he wants to give tag team guys an opportunity as well. So do not laugh, if and when he gives Alex Shelley, or Chris Sabin a shot to prove themselves. Do not scoff if The Brian Kendrick starts to rise up the ranks for a Junior Heavyweight Championship match, because this Division, and this company, is all about straight up competition to prove who the best really is, whether they're used to being a singles star or not. Steamboat looks to continue, but he's soon interrupted by a certain Junior who's late to the party... Sammy Guevara enters the frame, wearing a dopey smile as he holds up his phone, apparently recording for his vlog. He pulls back his leather jacket, revealing the REVOLT Junior Heavyweight Championship that rests on his waist. He grabs a microphone, and asks Ricky why he's even bothering holding this "Summit", when Guevara clearly told him to hold a championship coronation for the Spanish God. Steamboat says it's not all about praising the champion, sometimes it's about giving the challengers a platform to showcase their abilities. Guevara mockingly agrees, before laughing, saying Flip Gordon had the platform to showcase himself at The Wrestling Classic, but it ended with Sammy holding the gold, and that's how it'll end every other time someone steps up. Because Guevara reps LAX, and Latin American Xchange will forever be superior. Suddenly, as Guevara stares down the rest of the Juniors, new music starts ringing out, surprising everyone! It's Lightning Flash, Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster! Sammy immediately turns around and backs up, not sure what to make of the new arrivals! Mark asks Guevara if he's sure if LAX will forever be superior, because with both him AND Flash gunning for the Junior Heavyweight Championship, Sammy and his boys will soon be right where they started, without direction, and without gold. But as they continue, THEY'RE interrupted, this time by the Juggernaut, Buddy Murphy! Murphy goes face to face with both Webster and Andrews, saying everyone needs to shut the fuck up and realize that Sammy Guevara is just keeping him and his boys' spot at the top of the food chain warm. Murphy's dominated Junior Heavyweights before, and he has no problem taking another promotion's title hostage, especially when they fully make themselves known. Webster, feeling a bit smug, is handed the mic by Andrews, and responds, saying maybe Murphy landed on his head wrong when he got his ass kicked by Fenix, but he'd be remiss if he didn't ask... what does he mean by "they"? Murphy simply smiles, just as this music hits. The audience is on the edge of their seat, waiting for the next arrival. All of the Juniors tense up even more, knowing another competitor is about to join the table. They wait for a good moment... until three people pop out from the curtain! One wearing all black with long blonde hair and sunglasses... another wearing sunglasses as well, with black and maroon tights and a denim vest... and another with his back to the crowd, his leather jacket airbrushed with "SUPERBAD" in gold. Penelope Ford. Shane Thorne. And Kip Sabian. Murphy, Thorne, and Sabian all pounce on Andrews and Webster as the rest of the Juniors look on! With Sammy Guevara distracted, Flip Gordon exacts revenge on him, bouncing off the ropes to deliver a big tope, taking out the Junior Heavyweight Champion! All Hell breaks loose, and everybody starts going at it! Motor City Machine Guns begin brawling with reDRagon and the Hart Foundation, Ricochet and Shane Strickland start up a sequel from the Four Way Dance, and the Rascalz start fighting with Nese, Kendrick, and London! Kip, Shane, and Buddy make their way down to the ring, having already dispatched of Lightning Flash, and they begin beating on Flip and Guevara, both men realizing they need to work together to survive! With multiple stars tumbling out of the ring and being thrown to ringside, in the ring, it soon ends up as Alex Shelley, Dezmond Xavier, Sammy Guevara, Shane Strickland, and Brian Pillman Jr. Guevara, who abandoned Flip to be eaten alive by the new trio spreading terror on the outside, now faces a new threat in the form of everyone else in ring. Everyone looks like they're about to come to blows, but Dezmond puts a stop to everything, and points out all the other Juniors at ringside beginning to drag themselves back up to their feet. Everyone comes to an agreement, and prepare for something big. Suddenly, everybody with the exception of Guevara starts to run! Dezmond runs the ropes and delivers a corkscrew plancha to Chris Sabin and Ricochet! Alex Shelley climbs the top rope and brings down Trey Miguel, Tony Nese, and Teddy Hart with a crossbody! Brian channels Air Pillman with an Asai moonsault to Zachary Wentz and Bobby Fish! Shane Strickland runs and takes down Kendrick, London, and Kyle O'Reilly with a somersault plancha! Sammy Guevara sees that everyone is down, and climbs the turnbuckles, holding up his Junior Heavyweight Championship, claiming that he's the last man standing. But when he gets back to the mat, he realizes he's dead wrong. Standing across from him is Buddy Murphy, Shane Thorne, and Kip Sabian, all eyes on him. Guevara tries to escape, but Kip catches him just in time to lift him up... DEATHLY HALLOWS! He throws him to Thorne, who connects with a Black Swan Spiral, a huge rolling cutter! He finally passes him to Buddy, who looks out to the crowd, and drops Guevara with a Muprhy's Law! As Penelope slides into the ring, Murphy grabs a microphone, announcing that they're gunning for the Junior Heavyweight Championship. As the audience begins to chant "WHO IS THEY, WHO IS THEY, WHO IS THEY?" Murphy smiles, and says he bets Webster is regretting asking that question, because now, he and his buddy Mark is on their shit list to. He picks up Guevara's Junior Heavyweight Championship and finally lets the world know of their arrival. "WELCOME... TO THE ORDER OF THE BLACK SWAN!" Penelope Ford, Kip Sabian, Shane Thorne, and Buddy Murphy all pose in the ring to close the segment. The camera cuts to backstage, where the new World Tag Team Champions, El Generico and Kevin Steen are being interviewed by Joey Styles! Styles asks Steen how it feels to be World Tag Team Champions with his best friend. Steen says it feels like any other day, the only difference is there's a target on his back, a title on his shoulder, and a long line of people who need their heads bashed in, which is just the way he likes it. Steen says him and El Generico are the best tag team in the world, no one can overcome this combination. Joey aims the microphone at Generico, and it looks like we might actually hear him speak... only to hear some ruckus behind them! "HASTA LA MUERTE, Y DESPUES!" In comes LAX, Andrade, Daga, and Zelina flanked by Santana and Ortiz. Andrade says something in Spanish to Steen, who flips him off, causing El Idolo to get offended! Zelina steps in front of Andrade, going face to face with Kevin Steen, not even batting an eye as she looks him up and down. She says she understands that Steenerico might think this is a good time to celebrate their championship win, but it's time to pack things up and screw off, because El Jefe, Andrade "Cien" Almas is in the building, and it's about time he take his rightful place, center stage of REVOLT. Steen laughs, saying if that's where Andrade really belongs, maybe he should have some better muscle by his side, because running through Santana and Ortiz last week was some of the most fun he's ever had. Santana and Ortiz, ever the Proud and Powerful, immediately face off with Steen and Generico, with Almas and Daga sticking their fingers in their face, goading them into a fight. Security guards come into subdue the brawl, and after a couple minutes, LAX and Steenerico are pulled apart, separated. Andrade, smirking at how Steen is fuming, pushes past a security guard and says something to Zelina. Vega nods, and stands off with Steen once again, saying that Andrade has a challenge... for El Generico. She turns to him all of a sudden, saying that El Jefe wants to debut against Tijuana's Biggest Legend. Generico simply nods, raising up his World Tag Team Championship as LAX backs off, seemingly satisfied with his answer. As Steenerico disappears in the other direction, Joey Styles takes a look at the camera, saying REVOLT is the only place where you can get unfiltered chaos like this. He caps things off by announcing it's about time for your main event. Suddenly, as Styles sends things over to Matt Striker and Don Callis, the screen glitches over. Black and white static take over, and only one word appears on screen:MADVILLAINY The screen is taken over by static once again, and we see the same graphic from The Wrestling Classic: an umbrella opening up, only for a bolt of lightning to strike down and shock it, before being replaced by more static. The screen finally goes to normal, and the camera's sight wildly shakes, before it finally goes to normal. The camera is pointed up... and who else can it be but Marty Scurll, sporting sunglasses in all of his discolored, black and white glory. Scurll welcomes everyone to the first ever episode of Underground Kings, saying that he's glad to see his fellow roster members duke it out in the famous Hammerstein Ballroom. But sadly, he's going to have to cut things short. Marty turns the camera around, showing everyone watching that he's actually in a production truck, filled with televisions, monitors, an interface filled with buttons and levers, each one designated to complete a command. Marty points the camera to the floor, revealing at his feet, a producer lies unconscious. Scurll closes in, before ripping a pin off of his shirt, lifting it up close to the camera, revealing the the familiar insignia: REVOLT Pro Wrestling. Marty smiles, saying that since people aren't giving him and his good friend Jimmy attention, they're just going to have to take it. Therefore, NO ONE not in attendance is going to be able to see the blockbuster main event of the first episode of Underground Kings. NO ONE is going to be able to say that the most memorable part of tonight was a match or a promo, but Marty Scurll putting a stop to all the fun. NO ONE is going to be able to watch any future episodes without thinking, anticipating... fearing... that Scurll and Jimmy will do it again. And speaking of Jimmy... Scurll points the camera outside the doorway of the production truck, presenting Jimmy Havok, dragging another producer by the legs, a trail of blood leaking from the back of his head. Jimmy drags the producer out of sight of the camera behind a car, before opening the trunk, and pulling out his trusty barbed wire baseball bat. He looks over at Scurll, who gives the thumbs up. Marty zooms in with the camera, catching Havok's eyes turn from questioning to devilishly ecstatic. The camera stays trained on the scene of Jimmy swinging back the barbed wire slugger, and bringing down with extreme force, the only sign of the producer still being there is the violent splatter of blood shooting out onto the concrete floor. Jimmy swings the bat down over and over and over, until his hands and bat are covered and leaking in blood. Jimmy, who's face is covered by his signature mask, turns back to Marty, who laughs, and turns his attention back inside the production truck. Marty puts the camera down, the only thing it can record is an upward view of the Villain leaning against the wall as Jimmy storms into the truck, before immediately swinging his barbed wire baseball bat at the monitors, causing sparks to fly! He swings it downward into the interface, tearing the keyboards and buttons away from the televisions and throwing it across the truck. He pulls out wires, tears out cables, before ripping open the protective cover on the truck's electrical box. Havok pulls back his slugger, before blasting the box, causing smoke to emit from it! Scurll walks toward the camera and crouches in front of it, staring the lens dead in the eye, before asking a question: Will you survive the Purge?" Scurll walks out of the production truck, and Havok makes a move to follow, only to turn back, swinging the barbed wire baseball bat at the camera, once again sending the screen back into the void of static.
2020.04.20 20:36 MGTElite489REVOLT Presents... The Wrestling Classic Part I
Fans are on their feet, turning the entire Barclays Center into a Mosh Pit as City Morgue and Denzel Curry, with surprise guest JPEGMafia rocking the house with their track VENGEANCE. ZillaKami destroys a mic stand as JPEG, SosMula, and Thraxx jump into the crowd. Denzel grabs a microphone and daps up Zilla as he jumps into the crowd as well, before telling the DJ to play them out. The DJ obliges, and the sounds ofULTbegin to play throughout the arena. Denzel tells everyone to get ready for a REVOLT, before performing the show's theme, letting everyone know it's time for... THE WRESTLING CLASSIC! Commentators Matt Striker and Don Callis greet those watching at home, mentioning the utter chaos going on in the background, as Denzel, JPEG, and City Morgue are now crowdsurfing! They tell the fans they have an amazing show laid out tonight, and now it's time we hear a word from REVOLT'S Commissioner, Ricky Steamboat! Steamboat enters the ring, with a microphone and welcomes everyone to the Wrestling Classic. He says the next couple hours will be the most exciting of their lives, and hypes up the big triple main event: Shinsuke Nakamura vs Tyler Black for the Imperial Heavyweight #1 Contendership, Pentagon Jr vs Hangman Page vs Ricochet for the Internet Championship, and the implosion of the Golden Lovers, Kenny Omega vs Kota Ibushi for the Imperial Heavyweight Championship! But right now, it's about time we kick off with a match that'll determine the inaugural Internet Champion's first challenger: Rey Fenix vs Buddy Murphy! Justin Roberts introduces the MexiKing first, as Rey Fenix enters to a warm reception. He springs off the ropes and somersaults into the ring, climbing the turnbuckles and spreading his arms as the fans chant his name. As Fenix's music fades out, Murphy's music hits, and Roberts introduces the world to the Best Kept Secret. Buddy Murphy storms onto stage, completely focused on Rey, not even listening to the fans as they battle with themselves over whether to cheer or boo. He races into the ring and quickly stands off with Fenix, causing the referee to squeeze himself in between the two men and separate. As the two men back into their corners, the referee finally rings the bell. The REVOLT is in full effect! Buddy Murphy vs Rey Fenix Rey and Buddy immediately clash, going into a war of kicks and hard hitting strikes! Murphy lands quick shots to the ribs, and Fenix battles back with the superkick and a bicycle kick! They break off, and Fenix dodges a clothesline, connecting with a dropkick that sends Murphy tumbling out of the ring! Fenix rebounds off the ropes, before landing a tope con hilo! He runs into the ring, looking to land another dive, but Murphy follows and connects with a lariat that sends him out to ringside! Buddy bounces off the ropes and returns the favor with a Wrecking Ball Hurricanrana! They continue on the outside of the ring, where Murphy hits a Wheelbarrow suplex, sending Fenix head first into the barricade! The Juggernaut sends Fenix back into the ring, and drops him with a springboard clothesline. He goes for the cover, but Rey kicks out at two! Murphy continues his attack, hitting a Pumphandle neckbreaker, before lifting the MexiKing up and landing a brainbuster! He goes for the cover, but Fenix gets the shoulder up! Murphy lands a double underhook backbreaker, and hits a bicycle knee strike! He goes for the cover, but Fenix barely survives! Frustrated, Murphy hooks the arms once again, this time looking for a Tiger Driver. But as he lifts up, Fenix counters and connects with a hurricanrana! Rey quickly hits a corkscrew roundhouse kick, before rocking him with a pair of superkicks, bouncing off the ropes, and hitting a handspring cutter! Murphy rolls out of the ring, but Fenix simply climbs up the turnbuckles, and leaps for the stars, hitting a big diving Tornillo! He tosses Murphy back into the ring, and slowly reenters himself, only to get caught with a Tiger Driver! Buddy grabs the arms, forcing Fenix onto his knees, and blasts him with a Kamigoye! 1... 2... FENIX KICKS OUT! The two men slowly rise to their feet, and begin going back and forth, the brawl devolving into hard punches. Murphy doesn't even bother blocking his face, the fatigued star more focused on hurting Rey Fenix. Fenix blocks a shot from Buddy and lands a spinning heel kick, but Murphy comes right back with an enzuigiri! He tries to hit a German, but Fenix flips out and connects with a jumping tornado DDT! He climbs the ropes, looking for a Swanton, but Murphy rushes to the top rope and pulls him down, hitting an avalanche arm drag! He hooks Fenix in for a Murphy's Law, tired, but realizing that he's one move away from winning it all. He lifts Fenix up... Fenix counters into a sunset flip powerbomb! He runs the ropes, and slams Murphy down with a Spanish Fly! As Murphy tries to get back up, Fenix yanks him to his feet and stacks him on the top turnbuckle. He lifts him up, and spins him out, before hitting the Black Fire Driver! 1... 2... 3! Fenix is #1 Contender for the Internet Championship! Rey Fenix defeats Buddy Murphy (9:28) As Rey Fenix celebrates and leaves the ring, Buddy Murphy stares after him, frustrated he was unable to get the win. The commentators come back into focus, hyping up the other matches, saying that they'll be crowning the inaugural REVOLT Trios, World Tag Team, and Jr Heavyweight Champions as well, saying that The Wrestling Classic will be the most stacked PPV of all time. Footage cuts to Joey Styles, REVOLT's main interviewer, as he walks up to a locker room. He knocks on the door, and out comes Black Excellence: Cedric Alexander, Rich Swann, and Willie Mack. Joey asks them what their game plan is as they fight to become #1 Contenders to the Trios Titles, and Rich slides on his shades before acknowledging him. He says Black Excellence is going to do what they do best, and that's put on a show, steal the spotlight from their opponents, and put a little shine on the name Black Excellence. They nod at Joey and make their way to Guerrilla, ready to fight. Justin Roberts announces the arrival of Willie, Cedric, and Rich, who are all decked out in their Black Excellence t shirts, ready to make their REVOLT debut. Just as they get into the ring, the Titantron cuts from their video package to backstage, where three men are wearing matching pink and black leather dusters, with their back turned to the camera. They all turn around at the same time, drawing a big pop from the crowd: Teddy Hart, Brian Pillman Jr, and Davey Boy Smith Jr. Teddy says that Black Excellence might be talented, but they'll never be able to overcome the legacy of the Harts. Brian says that he's young and hungry, and he's not going to let his spotlight get taken away. Davey says that Willie might be an impressive hybrid athlete, but they'll see if he can match up with a specimen like himself. They enter to thunderous applause, and make their way down the ring, bumping fists with ringside fans. They slide into the ring and prepare for the match, taking off their jackets and sunglasses. The referee nods to both teams, before ringing the bell. Here we go! Black Excellence vs Hart Foundation Willie Mack and Davey Boy start off with a collar and elbow tie up, both men trying to overpower the other. Mack tries to land a snapmare and take him down, but Smith reverses and takes Mack down with an arm drag! He bounces off the ropes, but Mack comes back and pushes him off with a shoulder block! Davey bounces off the ropes again and lands a shoulder block of his own, but Mack doesn't budge. He runs the ropes, but Davey presses forward and makes Mack back up himself! Mack rebounds off the ropes, but ducks Davey, bouncing off the ropes again and trying for a lariat, but Davey doesn't fall! He tells Mack to bring it again, only to get blindsided by Cedric, who got the blind tag, comes in flying with a springboard clothesline! Davey falls into the turnbuckles, and Alexander follows up with a big dropkick, before latching onto him and landing a bulldog! He tags in Rich Swann, who immediately comes in quick with a Rolling Thunder, connecting with a jumping frog splash! But before he can make the cover, Davey rolls to the corner and tags in Teddy, who moves in to continue the fight. Teddy and Rich go back and forth, trying to get the upper hand on each other. Swann tries to go for a hurricanrana, but Hart reverses and lands a powerbomb, Swann rolls into the corner! Hart runs for it and connects with a cannonball senton! He picks Rich up, and drops him with a snap DDT, before landing a springboard moonsault! He goes for the cover! 1... 2... it's broken up by Willie, causing Davey to step inside as well and continue their big man battle! Teddy grabs Rich, who's looking for the Hart Rate, but just as he transitions into the powerbomb, Swann causes him to fall back, hitting a senton! He tags in Cedric, and together they hit a double superkick, before Swann finally lands the hurricanrana! With Teddy sitting up on the mat, Alexander bounces off the ropes and strikes him down with a double foot stomp to the chest! 1... 2... Teddy kicks out! Cedric picks him up and jumps off the ropes to land a springboard roundhouse! He climbs the ropes, ready to finish the match off with the Overtime Frog Splash. He climbs up top, but Hart scrambles to his feet and subdues him with forearms! He hooks Alexander's arm, and lands a superplex! The two men start crawling to their corners, trying their best to reach for a tag! Finally, it's done: Swann tags in Willy, Teddy tags in Pillman. The two men step into the ring, the young Brian ready to stand off against the big man himself. Pillman immediately dodges a lariat from Mack, bouncing off the ropes to deliver a dropkick! Mack falls back and leans against the ropes, but he's not down by a long shot! Willie rushes him, looking for a big boot, but Pillman quickly ducks and hits another dropkick, this time sending Mack sprawling over the second rope! Brian hops over to the apron and blasts Mack with a knee to the side of the head, before climbing the ropes and connecting with a diving elbow drop! 1... 2... Cedric breaks up the pin! Pillman and Cedric have an exchange, and Pillman flips out of the Lumbar Check and connects with a German suplex! Rich slides in, immediately looking for the spin kick, but Pillman dodges and hits an arm trap neckbreaker! He throws Swann into the corner and hits a Stinger splash, only to dodge when Cedric comes in flying, the two tag team partners colliding! Pillman lands another Stinger splash, crushing both men, before picking Alexander up and dropping him with a Gut Check! He grabs Swann, and slams him with a Falcon Arrow! Pillman has the crowd on his side, he has all the momentum, and just when he starts celebrating, Mack pops back up to his feet, ready to get back into it! He charges for a spear, but Pillman dodges and sends him shoulder first into the ring post, before rolling him up schoolboy style! 1... 2... Mack kicks out! Brian comes up from behind just as Willie is getting up, hitting an inverted Frankensteiner! 1... 2... The Mack kicks out yet again! Pillman, sensing he's close, goes out to the apron, looking to pay homage to his father, ready to finish the match off. As Mack gets to his feet, Brian springs off, looking for Air Pillman... Mack catches him, Chocolate Thunder Bomb! Pillman bounces off his neck and somehow is still on his feet, and Mack follows up with a STUNNER! Cedric slides into the ring, only to dive back outside onto Davey and Teddy! 1... 2... 3! Black Excellence prevails! Black Excellence defeats Hart Foundation (12:57) As Black Excellence and the Harts shake hands and embrace in a sign of respect, footage cuts to backstage, where the Rascalz are hanging out in their dark room, passing a spliff back and forth, vibing out to Bob Marley. But soon enough, they all look to a man who's walked in and taken a seat beside them: Johnny Swinger. They ask what he's doing here, and he says he wants in on this Rascalz nonsense, daddy. He mentions the miz-arks out there loving how they flip around, and even though they're not traditional like himself, he can teach them how to get their head straight. Trey, Dez, and Zack all look at each other, before quickly standing up, remembering they have a match. They make for the door, and Dez passes Johnny what's left of the spliff, before running after his buddies. Justin Roberts announces the next match will determine the first ever REVOLT Trios Champions. Introducing first, the Highest Team in All of Pro Wrestling, the Rascalz! Dezmond Xavier, Zachary Wentz, and Trey Miguel all run in, half baked but still enthusiastic about challenging for the Trios Championships. But just as they slide into the ring, a voice cuts them off, demanding the music to be turned off. Tyler Black enters to a mixed reception, some of the fans cheering him, some showing their hatred for the Architect. Tyler says that this is exactly why they'll never be able to go far here in REVOLT: showing up with blunts hanging out of your mouths with bloodshot eyes lets everyone know you don't take this seriously. Which is why, Black says, he's glad to present their opponents, and the soon to be inaugural Trios Champions, Death Before Dishonor! Roderick Strong, Kyle O'Reilly, and Bobby Fish all enter, nodding at Seth before making their way down to the ring. With the battle lines drawn down the middle, the two teams stand off with one another as the referee cautiously tells everyone to simmer down and wait for the match to start. He warily takes his eyes off them, and calls for the bell. And we're off! REVOLT World Trios Championships: The Rascalz vs Death Before Dishonor The Rascalz and DBD immediately come to blows, neither team even bothering to pick out a legal man! Strong fights with Dezmond, KOR exchanges fists with Wentz, Fish and Miguel are going at it! The brawl finally breaks down, and everyone goes out to ringside except for Roddy and Xavier. Strong attempts to use his strength to gain the advantage, but Xavier is too fast for him, and he ducks a lariat to catch him with a jumping neckbreaker! Dez quickly tags in Miguel, who surprises Roderick with a diving meteora, before knocking Fish down with a dropkick! Miguel focuses back on Strong, who's just getting back up. He rushes for him, looking for another attack, but Strong slides out of the ring, and Trey almost collides with his partners. Miguel shakes his head clear, only for Roderick to come from behind, lift Trey up in the electric chair position, and slam him down back first! He pounces on Miguel, hitting him with the ground and pound, not letting him escape as he rocks him with forearms and punches. He finally gets off Miguel and tags in KOR, who immediately starts landing endless shoot kicks to the ribs and back! O'Reilly picks Miguel up and drops him with a Regalplex, before grabbing the arm and stomping the life out of it! He wrings the arm out and latches on a hammerlock, following up with elbow shots to the back of the head! He finally lets go, only to sweep out the leg, causing Miguel to come crashing back down to the mat! KOR tags Roddy back in, who climbs the ropes and delivers a hard diving knee drop! He throws Miguel into the ropes and lands backhand chop after backhand chop, before hitting a snapmare, running the ropes and taking him back down with a basement lariat! After rocking Miguel with a half nelson backbreaker, he tags in Bobby Fish, who grabs a leg and connects with a dragon screw! He lands Kawada style kicks right to the face, before surprising Miguel with an exploder suplex! He taunts Trey and the rest of the Rascalz, before picking him up, hooking the arm, and landing the FISHerman's neckbreaker! He goes for the cover, ready to claim the Trios Titles, but Miguel kicks out! He picks Miguel up and looks to hit a roundhouse kick, but Miguel dodges and takes Bobby down with a mule kick! Trey begins crawling away from Fish, who's trying to chase after him and prevent the tag! Miguel tries to get the tag to Wentz, but Roddy rushes and yanks him off the apron! Miguel tries to jump for Dez, but Fish grabs him by the leg, and refuses to let go! Trey counters into a drop toe hold, causing Fish to fall face first to the mat, before making the tag to Xavier! Dezmond immediately lands a springboard 450 splash from the apron, and runs at the opposite corner, before knocking KOR off with a running knee! Strong forgets about Zachary and slide in, looking to take back control of the match, but Xavier dodges and lands a handspring enzuigiri! He lands multiple punches, shots right to the face, before landing a shoot kick to the back, a shoot kick to the chest, before sweeping the leg and hitting a standing moonsault! He goes back to Bobby, only to get caught with a cross armbreaker! Fish wrenches back on the arm, looking to get a surprise victory, but Miguel comes flying in, breaking the hold with a diving senton! Miguel clutches his back as he slowly gets off Fish's body, only to get knocked out by a huge forearm from Kyle! O'Reilly throws him out of the ring, and gets Bobby back up to his feet, telling him it's time to finish things. They pick Dezmond up, getting ready for Total Elimination, when Zachary Wentz springs off the ropes and takes out KOR with a hurricanrana! Dezmond turns around and rocks Fish with an overhead kick, before tagging in Wentz. Zach climbs up the top rope, ready to finish things off, when he sees KOR arguing with the referee, not wanting him to be present for any pinfall! The scene becomes broken down as Roderick Strong drags Fish back over to their corner. Wentz hops down off the turnbuckles and looks around, confused, only to see Tyler Black sneak up on Dezmond and yank him off the apron! He immediately hits the God's Last Gift, before landing a vicious Blackout stomp on the hard ramp! Wentz looks to see the referee is still distracted, and shouts at Black, trying to get him to back off. Tyler raises his hands and backs away, grinning at Zachary as he turns around into Roderick Strong's End of Heartache! Wentz didn't see the tag, now he's down for the count! KOR stops talking to the referee, letting him get back to the action! 1... 2... 3! We got our first ever Trios Champions! Death Before Dishonor defeats the Rascalz to win the REVOLT World Trios Championships (14:37) As Tyler Black snatches the titles from the referee and presents them to his crew, footage cuts to backstage, where there's a split screen of all the teams getting ready for the following Ladder War. Santana and Ortiz talking with Sammy Guevara, Daga, and Raul Mendoza in their own locker room, the Motor City Machine Guns stretching out at Guerrilla, Ethan Page and Josh Alexander walking down the hallway holding onto their neck towels... and finally Kevin Steen and El Generico, sitting together on steel chairs, before nodding, standing up, and grabbing the chairs as they make to leave the room. Ladders are now set up all around the ring, and above it is a pair of new, never before seen REVOLT World Tag Team Championships. Justin Roberts introduces the following teams: Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin both enter first, followed by Latin American Xchange, who enter with Sammy Guevara, a man who has a title match of his own next. The North, entering with their matching jackets and trunks, looking like the classic epitome of a top tag team. Finally, Kevin Steen and El Generico come in to overwhelming applause, as they stroll down to the ring holding steel chairs. The referee sees everyone in the ring, each and every one of them with fire in their eyes, Steenerico holding chairs in their hands. He calls for the bell, and high tails it out of the ring as all Hell breaks loose. REVOLT World Tag Team Championship Ladder War: Latin American Xchange vs Motor City Machine Guns vs The North vs Steenerico Kevin Steen and El Generico immediately go after Santana and Ortiz, battering them with steel chairs as they battle back with just their fists! MCMG scrambles as Page and Alexander try to surprise them, trying to hunt down the experienced duo! LAX roll out of the ring and grab chairs of their own, drawing out Steen and Generico to ringside. Santana and Generico batter each other with chairs back and forth, while Steen kicks both chairs into Ortiz's face and starts landing fists! Santana gets the upper hand by ramming a chair into Generico's ribs, before slamming his head against the barricade! Steen sees this, and looks to help out his partner, but Ortiz grabs him from behind and throws him into the ring post! Ortiz joins Santana, and together they drop El Generico back first onto the hardest part of the ring! LAX continue beating on Steen and Generico, looking to keep them subdued! Back in the ring, The North bring the ladders into play, only to get cut off by Shelley and Sabin! They both dropkick the ladders into Page and Alexander's faces, and Sabin sweeps Alexander off his feet as Shelley starts chopping Page in the corner! Sabin Irish Whips Shelley back into the corner, but Page dodges, letting him crash into the turnbuckles, before hitting a release German suplex! Shelley flies across the ring, and Page handles Sabin as Alexander rushes, before tossing Shelley out of the ring, sending him crashing into a stack of ladders! Sabin fights with Ethan for a bit, but All Ego is soon rejoined by the Walking Weapon, who beat down Chris from both sides! Page connects with a bicycle kick, only for Alexander to deliver a brutal lariat to the back of the head! Josh yanks him back up to his feet, and sets up for a TKO, but Sabin is struggling too much, so Alexander spins him out, letting Page catch him, who connects with a powerslam! With the Motor City Machine Guns taken out by the North, Page goes to grab a ladder. He sets it up in the ring, and the two make their way up the rungs, looking to become tag team champions... Alex Shelley is back, he's perched up on the top turnbuckle! DROPKICK TO ALEXANDER, THE WALKING WEAPON FALLS TO THE MAT! Shelley starts to climb the ladder himself, but he's pulled off by Ortiz, and gets caught with a Sling Blade by Santana! LAX circles Page like sharks, circling the ladder, taunting him as they prepare to take him down. They shake the ladder back and forth, Ethan getting increasingly worried as he starts to lose control of his footing! Ortiz finally shakes Page of the ladder, and the Motion Picture falls through the air, before springing off the ropes, redirecting toward Santana! HEAD SHOT! Page lands the springboard cutter on Santana, smiling as the crowd starts chanting "THIS IS AWESOME", only to freeze as he catches sight of Ortiz, still holding the ladder, glaring at him. Ortiz makes a move to attack, but he's blindsided by El Generico! Generico pops back up, and he's soon joined by Steen, and the two stand off with All Ego! Ethan offers a handshake, looking to make peace with them before they kick his ass, only for Josh Alexander to come up from behind and pick Generico right up! He drops him with a TKO, and Page blasts Steen when he's not looking, and the North pounce on the Prizefighter! Kevin holds his own, blasting both men in the nose, before hitting a superkick on Alexander! He attempts a Pop Up Powerbomb on Page, but Josh hits a chop block, and Ethan lands on top of him! Page lands a Canadian Goldberg, and prepares for a Total Package Piledriver, when Generico flies in, connecting with a springboard arm drag on him! Alexander immediately tries stacking Generico up for a Tombstone Piledriver, but the Pride of Tijuana lands on his feet behind him and hits an inverted Frankensteiner! Steen and Generico throw both Page and Alexander out to ringside, and they look toward the crowd, who already know what's coming. They rebound off the ropes as the North get to their feet, building momentum... DUAL TOPE CON HILO ONTO THE OUTSIDE! Steenerico is on fire as they continue in this Ladder War! As Steenerico rolls back into the ring, they see Shelley sliding a ladder into the ring. Alex climbs up on the apron, staring down Wrestling's Worst Nightmare and the Generic Luchador! Steen and Generico move to attack, but from their peripheral, they see Chris Sabin springing off the ropes! They get ready to block the offense, but it never comes! They look up... SABIN IS HOLDING ONTO THE TITLES, TRYING TO UNHOOK THEM LIKE A MADMAN! Steen moves for the corner, but Shelley springs off the ropes himself and drops him with a DDT! Generico looks to grab the ladder that's halfway in the ring, but Shelley gets ahead of him, kicking it back to ringside! With Sabin dangling twenty feet above the ring, Shelley and Generico battle below, both trying to get the advantage! Generico attempts a half and half suplex, but Shelley flips out and goes for an enzuigiri, but Generico dodges and gets behind him! He tries for a Blue Thunder Bomb, but Shelley reverses into a wheelbarrow facebuster! With Generico reeling, Shelley springs off the ropes and blasts him with a back elbow, sending him rolling out of the ring! Shelley gets up and looks to leave the ring and prop a ladder up under Sabin, but he gets rocked with a superkick before he can! Steen hooks the arm through the legs and connects with a Steenbreaker, before tossing Shelley from the ring! Steen grabs a ladder and sets up, before climbing the rungs, making sure he can reach Sabin, but Sabin can't steady himself on it! Sabin fights off the numbness in his arms, trying to unhook the titles even more frantically, but Kevin finally sits atop the ladder, and grabs Sabin's legs, not letting him wriggle out of his grip! He stacks Chris up on his shoulders, and stands up on the top rung! HUGE POWERBOMB FROM THE TOP OF THE LADDER, CHRIS SABIN IS FUCKING DEAD! Steen rises to his feet, and turns around, looking to climb up once again, but he hears his name being called by Josh Alexander! Alexander, who's set up a ladder bridge between the apron and barricade! He climbs up on the apron and dares Steen to step up for a fight, and Kevin is ready to oblige, only for Page to come from behind and toss him onto the ladder! Alexander hops back to ringside and holds Steen down, and Page climbs the turnbuckles! SWANTON BOMB FROM ALL EGO ETHAN PAGE THROUGH THE LADDER BRIDGE! The rest of the match breaks down into pure carnage. Santana and Ortiz jump Josh Alexander as he's trying to revive Ethan, and they throw him into the steel steps! Ortiz smack talks Alexander, only to get a big chair shot to the back from El Generico! Generico tosses the chair to Santana, and connects with an Ole Kick! Generico can feel the energy in the Barclays Center, and climbs up onto the apron, looking to step through and win the titles, only to see Shelley appear in front of him! Generico looks for a forearm, but Shelley dodges and grabs him by the head! SLICED BREAD #2 ON THE HARDEST PART OF THE RING! Shelley lifts him back up, pointing to the concrete floor as the fans go crazy, rabid for the ultraviolence! He hooks the arm and grabs the head, Generico only just coming to! ROLLING CUTTER OFF THE APRON ONTO THE FLOOR! Shelley slides back into the ring, only to see three other men join him! Kevin Steen, Ethan Page, and Ortiz! Everyone clutching a limb or body part that's been damaged. They all square off, each man desperate to stay alive and represent their team! Page and Shelley battle it out, while Steen and Ortiz continue their hard nosed brawl from before! Shelley attempts a Shellshock, but Page pulls back and counters into a gigantic lariat! He picks Alex up and hits a fallaway slam, tossing him like a bag of shit! Chris Sabin limps in, trying to help his partner, but Ethan puts him right back down with a gutwrench suplex, followed by a Total Package Piledriver! Page gets up to his feet, only to see Ortiz barreling toward him, crushing him in the corner with a big splash! Ortiz turns himself, and hollers as Steen rushes him and connects with a big dropkick! Steen grabs a ladder and throws it at the two men in the turnbuckles, causing them to sink down to the mat. The crowd is chanting "KILL STEEN KILL" over and over again as Kevin rams his head into the turnbuckles over and over again, and he turns around, before running toward the two men! CANNONBALL FROM STEEN INTO THE LADDER, PAGE, AND ORTIZ! Steen slowly pulls himself from out of the corner, clutching his back in pain as Ortiz rolls out, inadvertently ending up on another ladder bridge that was set up on the outside. Steen grabs the ladder he threw at Ortiz and Page, painstakingly setting it up in the middle of the ring. He slowly climbs, rung after rung, the Brooklyn audience willing him to go faster, wanting Steenerico to win the straps! But just as he's inches away from the championships, he falls back and drops into the ropes, courtesy of Ethan Page's chair shot! Page blasts Steen with a hard chair shot to the shoulder, before ramming his back and ribs with the steel! Page tosses the chair and makes for the ladder, climbing up as he sees no one else looking to challenge him. All Ego gets closer and closer to the top, and just as he lays a hand on the titles, he feels a tug, pulling him back to the mat! He looks down, it's Kevin Steen, gritting his teeth and doing his best to set up for a powerbomb on Page! Ignoring the pain in his back and ribs, Steen climbs up a rung to get a better grip, and Page is beginning to panic! He tries kicking Steen away, but he soon has yet another problem to worry about, a certain Luchador. To Page's horror, Generico springs off the ropes and lands on the other side of the ladder, staring All Ego down as he climbs up a rung to be on equal footing! Page immediately looks for a punch, but Generico ducks and kicks him in the ribs! Page is losing his grip, and Steen's strength is taking over, he's about to rip him away from the ladder fully! Generico lifts his foot up and delivers a boot right to the chest, breaking Page away from the ladder, and onto the shoulders of Kevin Steen! Steen runs toward the ropes, and tosses Page out of the ring to his demise! STEEN LANDS A POWERBOMB ON PAGE, THROUGH ORTIZ AND THE LADDER BRIDGE! Generico is all alone as Steen keeps watch, and he reaches up and unclasps the titles! STEENERICO ARE YOUR INAUGURAL WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS! Steenerico defeats The North, Motor City Machine Guns, and Latin American Xchange to win the REVOLT World Tag Team Championships (24:39) As Kevin Steen and El Generico raise the REVOLT World Tag Team Championships with all pride and glory, Matt Striker and Don Callis once again hype up the rest of the night, saying REVOLT is only just getting started. But as they marvel at what's to come, the screen becomes taken over with black and white static, completely taking over the camera shot. For a moment, the screen remains black, only to come back to life, showing an umbrella opening up on its own, before being struck by lightning. Static takes over the screen once again, this time is replaced with the scene of a park, in black and white. And sitting on a park bench... is Marty Scurll. Scurll welcomes the fans to REVOLT, laughing at the thought of all the fanboys watching at home and in crowd creaming their jeans at Scurll appearing in this new promotion. He says he's a bit jealous that he couldn't join the party that is REVOLT's first ever show, but it's all fine and dandy in the long run. What Marty is more interested in... is returning things back to the way they were. Scurll reflects upon the last couple years of his life, mentioning how he was at on top of the world, dominating with an army by his side... but then things turned into shit. He claims selfishness was the culprit. LOVE was the culprit. For a moment, Marty stares off into the distance, furious look on his face, gripping his umbrella with anger. 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