Friday Night Madness 06/27/2014

Friday Night Madness was yet another show of brute strength and shear will this week with strongmen battling it to settle scores, to fight for supremacy or just to feed their egos.

The show started with a respectful ten-bell dedicated to a dear and trusted friend, Michael Fels aka. Peewee, medic and support for many in the business. His loss is greatly felt.

After the remembrance, the show swung into full gear with Corky coming out in his very sweet and very looney way to give the kids in the audience candy. He is immediately followed out by Prosecutor Pat, who takes the mic and without hesitation begins to berate and belittle poor Corky. Prosecutor Pat asserts his authority and makes claims for the championship, cocky and audacious of him, considering this is his Loco debut. Having chased Corky away, Pat readies himself for his match against Manny Strong, a crowd favorite who then makes his way out to the ring.

Prosecutor Pat, takes control of the match but not for long as Manny Strong recovers and fights back. In an effort to avoid Manny Strong and regain his composure Prosecutor Pat goes ringside before coming back in to regain control. The two battle back and forth and Manny Strong hits Prosecutor Pat with a devastating Superplex, but he recovers and continues his vicious assault on Manny Strong before covering him. In a show of determination Manny Strong kicks out at two, much to the crowd's delight. Prosecutor Pat once again tries to cover, but Manny Strong, once again kicks out. Battling back and forth these two tirelessly go at it. Prosecutor Pat manages to avoid Strong's offense and covers him again. But Strong kicks out before the three count. As the action moves outside of the ring the two go at each other with fury as the ref inside the ring counts. The two make their way back into the ring where Prosecutor Pat Snapmares Strong and hits him with an elbow. Prosecutor Pat now in control delivers a clothesline to Strong and finally pins him with a three count. Prosecutor Pat asserts his dominance, he is the winner.

The second match of the night involves one of the Dub boys, Mr Nate Carter, accompanied by his partner, Dave McCall taking on singles action against one half of Smooth Aggression, Onslaught also accompanied by his partner, Rob Prefontaine. There is heavy tension as both teams stare each other down, the ref forces the other team members out of the ring as the bell rings and the match begins. No time is wasted as both men tear into each other, going blow for blow as fists are being thrown about. Eventually Onslaught takes control of Cater, wrangling him and the ref is forced to break the two a part. It took no time for these two to be at each other again as each goes back and forth fighting for dominance. Onslaught eventually gains the upper hand and attempt to cover Carter, who kicks out and battles back. As both men once again go at each other this time each one bringing the other down. Both men slowly regain themselves and come back up and once again they are locked in a fury. As they fight they roll out of the ring and it becomes a brawl. Unable to bring the match back to order, with the other tag team partners joining in the fray, the ref calls for the bell. The bell does little to quiet the anger of these two and the fight continues, only to be stopped by the locker room which has to come and physically pull the men a part. But instead of the fight being squashed, all hell breaks loose and a full on rumble breaks out. Eventually lines are drawn and competitors take sides on opposite ends of the ring, from outside.

Commissioner Nick Suave comes ringside and takes the mic. He makes an offer and decides to give everyone a chance to say what they need to say. In lieu of that he decides to give Rob Prefontaine and Dave McCall a chance at an official match, to which they both agree.

It takes no time for these two to get things started. Immediately following a Greco-Roman knuckle lock, Prefontaine rolls up and attempts to pin McCall. After McCall kicks, the two battle each other furiously, tumbling out of the ring, still going at each other ringside. The ref begins to count and they are forced to climb back into the ring and the fight continues. Prefontaine once again tries to pin McCall, who again kicks out before three. The two make work of each other, each giving the other all he has, each countering the other. As the fight goes on Onslaught outside of the ring gets the crowd riled up, inside McCall delivers a devastating kick to the head of Pefontaine. McCall now dominating the match continues his assault on Prefontaine who tries to battle back. The two go back and once again take things out of the ring. As Prefontaine and McCall go at it, Onslaught and Carter stand face to face. Onslaught calls out Carter as Prefontaine makes his way back into the ring and McCall remains on the outside. The ref counts and reaches ten, and McCall loses as a result of a count-out. This match was nothing if not wrought full of action and a clear biting anger between the two teams.

The following match between Slim Whiskey, who is accompanied to the ring by his tag team partner: Black Dragon, and The Nightmare Billy Black who is accompanied by his friend, mentor and teddy bear: Buddy the Therapy Bear. The match starts with Slim Whiskey taking control and attempting to pin, but Billy Black kicks out before the three count. The two go back and forth as Bill Black eventually takes control of the match. In an effort to confuse, or perhaps anger Billy Black, Slim Whiskey distracts Billy Black and delivers a DDT to Buddy the Therapy Bear. Now set off and enraged beyond belief Billy Black is on a mission to tear Slim Whiskey apart. Billy Black uses his friend, Buddy, to whip a clothesline at Slim Whiskey taking him down for a pin. Slim Whiskey manages to kick out before the three count but he's not saved. Billy Black, still in control delivers a big body slam on Slim Whiskey followed by a massive leg drop and another pin. Slim Whiskey somehow kicks out at two. As the two men regain themselves the ref takes a moment to make sure the other, unwitting competitor in this match, Buddy is okay. Apparently he is, and the match continues. Slim Whiskey once again gains control of the match and heads for the top ropes, but is shaken off by Black Dragon. Accidentally? This give Bill Black the opportunity to stalk Slim Whiskey and cash in on a win, which he does. Slamming Slim Whiskey and then pinning him for the 1,2,3 Billy Black picks up the win and leaves the ring still in and uproar about Buddy the Therapy Bear.

Meanwhile, the end of the match also saw the end of a tag team partnership. As Slim Whiskey questions Black Dragon's roll in this match it is clear that the tension building between these partners has risen past something that can be talked about. It becomes completely evident when their argument turns to blows. Slim Whiskey hits Black Dragon with a lush before yelling “it's over” and leaving his former friend in the ring.

For the main event, a tag team match, Kenny Stryker takes over a referee.

Approaching the ring first is Frankie Pickard, a clear crowd favorite. He is followed by his tag team partner for this match, Gee Vader. Vader, a another crowd favorite hears chants from enthused fans. Out next are their opponents: Mack Daddy Ron Star and his tag team partner: Allstar Athlete Brandon Mitchell, accompanied by the always gorgeous Desi-Rae. Mitchell starts off the match with Pickard and a big lock-up. The two go back and forth, tensions are high and they are clearly matched for each other. Blow for blow each man holds his own. As the match goes on Mitchell gains momentum and eventually begins to dominates, he tags in Star who immediately takes control of Pickard. Pickard attempts to tag in his partner Vader who prevents him from doing so. As Star tags in Mitchell, Pickard digs deep and manages to take control long enough to make the tag to Vader who comes in hot. Vader makes quick work of Mitchell, dominating the match. Vader and Pickard double team Mitchell and Vader then tags Pickard back in. The two go back and forth furiously battling each other and supremely defending one from the other. Mitchell gains control and once again tags in Star who pulls out the stops on Pickard. Pickard reaches for his partner Vader and tags him in. Vader dominates the match once more, until an unknown attacker comes from nowhere to assault Vader. Mitchell and Star use the opportunity to take advantage and together, pin Pickard for the three count winning the match.

As Pickard regains himself, Vader gets his hands on the unknown assailant and brings him to the center of the ring. He and Pickard decide to teach this person “a lesson” and make an example out of him. This kind of thing won't be tolerated, by no one. Frankie Pickard takes to the mic to express his respect for Gee Vader for what he does, and declares war on Mack Daddy Ron Star and the Allstar Athlete Brandon Mitchell. This isn't over, it is clear that there is going to be much more to come.

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Friday Night Madness was yet another show of brute strength and shear will this week with strongmen battling it to settle scores, to fight for supremacy or just to feed their egos.

The show started with a respectful ten-bell dedicated to a dear and trusted friend, Michael Fels aka. Peewee, medic and support for many in the business. His loss is greatly felt.

After the remembrance, the show swung into full gear with Corky coming out in his very sweet and very looney way to give the kids in the audience candy. He is immediately followed out by Prosecutor Pat, who takes the mic and without hesitation begins to berate and belittle poor Corky. Prosecutor Pat asserts his authority and makes claims for the championship, cocky and audacious of him, considering this is his Loco debut. Having chased Corky away, Pat readies himself for his match against Manny Strong, a crowd favorite who then makes his way out to the ring.

Prosecutor Pat, takes control of the match but not for long as Manny Strong recovers and fights back. In an effort to avoid Manny Strong and regain his composure Prosecutor Pat goes ringside before coming back in to regain control. The two battle back and forth and Manny Strong hits Prosecutor Pat with a devastating Superplex, but he recovers and continues his vicious assault on Manny Strong before covering him. In a show of determination Manny Strong kicks out at two, much to the crowd's delight. Prosecutor Pat once again tries to cover, but Manny Strong, once again kicks out. Battling back and forth these two tirelessly go at it. Prosecutor Pat manages to avoid Strong's offense and covers him again. But Strong kicks out before the three count. As the action moves outside of the ring the two go at each other with fury as the ref inside the ring counts. The two make their way back into the ring where Prosecutor Pat Snapmares Strong and hits him with an elbow. Prosecutor Pat now in control delivers a clothesline to Strong and finally pins him with a three count. Prosecutor Pat asserts his dominance, he is the winner.

The second match of the night involves one of the Dub boys, Mr Nate Carter, accompanied by his partner, Dave McCall taking on singles action against one half of Smooth Aggression, Onslaught also accompanied by his partner, Rob Prefontaine. There is heavy tension as both teams stare each other down, the ref forces the other team members out of the ring as the bell rings and the match begins. No time is wasted as both men tear into each other, going blow for blow as fists are being thrown about. Eventually Onslaught takes control of Cater, wrangling him and the ref is forced to break the two a part. It took no time for these two to be at each other again as each goes back and forth fighting for dominance. Onslaught eventually gains the upper hand and attempt to cover Carter, who kicks out and battles back. As both men once again go at each other this time each one bringing the other down. Both men slowly regain themselves and come back up and once again they are locked in a fury. As they fight they roll out of the ring and it becomes a brawl. Unable to bring the match back to order, with the other tag team partners joining in the fray, the ref calls for the bell. The bell does little to quiet the anger of these two and the fight continues, only to be stopped by the locker room which has to come and physically pull the men a part. But instead of the fight being squashed, all hell breaks loose and a full on rumble breaks out. Eventually lines are drawn and competitors take sides on opposite ends of the ring, from outside.

Commissioner Nick Suave comes ringside and takes the mic. He makes an offer and decides to give everyone a chance to say what they need to say. In lieu of that he decides to give Rob Prefontaine and Dave McCall a chance at an official match, to which they both agree.

It takes no time for these two to get things started. Immediately following a Greco-Roman knuckle lock, Prefontaine rolls up and attempts to pin McCall. After McCall kicks, the two battle each other furiously, tumbling out of the ring, still going at each other ringside. The ref begins to count and they are forced to climb back into the ring and the fight continues. Prefontaine once again tries to pin McCall, who again kicks out before three. The two make work of each other, each giving the other all he has, each countering the other. As the fight goes on Onslaught outside of the ring gets the crowd riled up, inside McCall delivers a devastating kick to the head of Pefontaine. McCall now dominating the match continues his assault on Prefontaine who tries to battle back. The two go back and once again take things out of the ring. As Prefontaine and McCall go at it, Onslaught and Carter stand face to face. Onslaught calls out Carter as Prefontaine makes his way back into the ring and McCall remains on the outside. The ref counts and reaches ten, and McCall loses as a result of a count-out. This match was nothing if not wrought full of action and a clear biting anger between the two teams.

The following match between Slim Whiskey, who is accompanied to the ring by his tag team partner: Black Dragon, and The Nightmare Billy Black who is accompanied by his friend, mentor and teddy bear: Buddy the Therapy Bear. The match starts with Slim Whiskey taking control and attempting to pin, but Billy Black kicks out before the three count. The two go back and forth as Bill Black eventually takes control of the match. In an effort to confuse, or perhaps anger Billy Black, Slim Whiskey distracts Billy Black and delivers a DDT to Buddy the Therapy Bear. Now set off and enraged beyond belief Billy Black is on a mission to tear Slim Whiskey apart. Billy Black uses his friend, Buddy, to whip a clothesline at Slim Whiskey taking him down for a pin. Slim Whiskey manages to kick out before the three count but he's not saved. Billy Black, still in control delivers a big body slam on Slim Whiskey followed by a massive leg drop and another pin. Slim Whiskey somehow kicks out at two. As the two men regain themselves the ref takes a moment to make sure the other, unwitting competitor in this match, Buddy is okay. Apparently he is, and the match continues. Slim Whiskey once again gains control of the match and heads for the top ropes, but is shaken off by Black Dragon. Accidentally? This give Bill Black the opportunity to stalk Slim Whiskey and cash in on a win, which he does. Slamming Slim Whiskey and then pinning him for the 1,2,3 Billy Black picks up the win and leaves the ring still in and uproar about Buddy the Therapy Bear.

Meanwhile, the end of the match also saw the end of a tag team partnership. As Slim Whiskey questions Black Dragon's roll in this match it is clear that the tension building between these partners has risen past something that can be talked about. It becomes completely evident when their argument turns to blows. Slim Whiskey hits Black Dragon with a lush before yelling “it's over” and leaving his former friend in the ring.

For the main event, a tag team match, Kenny Stryker takes over a referee.

Approaching the ring first is Frankie Pickard, a clear crowd favorite. He is followed by his tag team partner for this match, Gee Vader. Vader, a another crowd favorite hears chants from enthused fans. Out next are their opponents: Mack Daddy Ron Star and his tag team partner: Allstar Athlete Brandon Mitchell, accompanied by the always gorgeous Desi-Rae. Mitchell starts off the match with Pickard and a big lock-up. The two go back and forth, tensions are high and they are clearly matched for each other. Blow for blow each man holds his own. As the match goes on Mitchell gains momentum and eventually begins to dominates, he tags in Star who immediately takes control of Pickard. Pickard attempts to tag in his partner Vader who prevents him from doing so. As Star tags in Mitchell, Pickard digs deep and manages to take control long enough to make the tag to Vader who comes in hot. Vader makes quick work of Mitchell, dominating the match. Vader and Pickard double team Mitchell and Vader then tags Pickard back in. The two go back and forth furiously battling each other and supremely defending one from the other. Mitchell gains control and once again tags in Star who pulls out the stops on Pickard. Pickard reaches for his partner Vader and tags him in. Vader dominates the match once more, until an unknown attacker comes from nowhere to assault Vader. Mitchell and Star use the opportunity to take advantage and together, pin Pickard for the three count winning the match.

As Pickard regains himself, Vader gets his hands on the unknown assailant and brings him to the center of the ring. He and Pickard decide to teach this person “a lesson” and make an example out of him. This kind of thing won't be tolerated, by no one. Frankie Pickard takes to the mic to express his respect for Gee Vader for what he does, and declares war on Mack Daddy Ron Star and the Allstar Athlete Brandon Mitchell. This isn't over, it is clear that there is going to be much more to come.

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Friday Night Madness 06/27/2014

Friday Night Madness was yet another show of brute strength and shear will this week with strongmen battling it to settle scores, to fight for supremacy or just to feed their egos.

The show started with a respectful ten-bell dedicated to a dear and trusted friend, Michael Fels aka. Peewee, medic and support for many in the business. His loss is greatly felt.

After the remembrance, the show swung into full gear with Corky coming out in his very sweet and very looney way to give the kids in the audience candy. He is immediately followed out by Prosecutor Pat, who takes the mic and without hesitation begins to berate and belittle poor Corky. Prosecutor Pat asserts his authority and makes claims for the championship, cocky and audacious of him, considering this is his Loco debut. Having chased Corky away, Pat readies himself for his match against Manny Strong, a crowd favorite who then makes his way out to the ring.

Prosecutor Pat, takes control of the match but not for long as Manny Strong recovers and fights back. In an effort to avoid Manny Strong and regain his composure Prosecutor Pat goes ringside before coming back in to regain control. The two battle back and forth and Manny Strong hits Prosecutor Pat with a devastating Superplex, but he recovers and continues his vicious assault on Manny Strong before covering him. In a show of determination Manny Strong kicks out at two, much to the crowd's delight. Prosecutor Pat once again tries to cover, but Manny Strong, once again kicks out. Battling back and forth these two tirelessly go at it. Prosecutor Pat manages to avoid Strong's offense and covers him again. But Strong kicks out before the three count. As the action moves outside of the ring the two go at each other with fury as the ref inside the ring counts. The two make their way back into the ring where Prosecutor Pat Snapmares Strong and hits him with an elbow. Prosecutor Pat now in control delivers a clothesline to Strong and finally pins him with a three count. Prosecutor Pat asserts his dominance, he is the winner.

The second match of the night involves one of the Dub boys, Mr Nate Carter, accompanied by his partner, Dave McCall taking on singles action against one half of Smooth Aggression, Onslaught also accompanied by his partner, Rob Prefontaine. There is heavy tension as both teams stare each other down, the ref forces the other team members out of the ring as the bell rings and the match begins. No time is wasted as both men tear into each other, going blow for blow as fists are being thrown about. Eventually Onslaught takes control of Cater, wrangling him and the ref is forced to break the two a part. It took no time for these two to be at each other again as each goes back and forth fighting for dominance. Onslaught eventually gains the upper hand and attempt to cover Carter, who kicks out and battles back. As both men once again go at each other this time each one bringing the other down. Both men slowly regain themselves and come back up and once again they are locked in a fury. As they fight they roll out of the ring and it becomes a brawl. Unable to bring the match back to order, with the other tag team partners joining in the fray, the ref calls for the bell. The bell does little to quiet the anger of these two and the fight continues, only to be stopped by the locker room which has to come and physically pull the men a part. But instead of the fight being squashed, all hell breaks loose and a full on rumble breaks out. Eventually lines are drawn and competitors take sides on opposite ends of the ring, from outside.

Commissioner Nick Suave comes ringside and takes the mic. He makes an offer and decides to give everyone a chance to say what they need to say. In lieu of that he decides to give Rob Prefontaine and Dave McCall a chance at an official match, to which they both agree.

It takes no time for these two to get things started. Immediately following a Greco-Roman knuckle lock, Prefontaine rolls up and attempts to pin McCall. After McCall kicks, the two battle each other furiously, tumbling out of the ring, still going at each other ringside. The ref begins to count and they are forced to climb back into the ring and the fight continues. Prefontaine once again tries to pin McCall, who again kicks out before three. The two make work of each other, each giving the other all he has, each countering the other. As the fight goes on Onslaught outside of the ring gets the crowd riled up, inside McCall delivers a devastating kick to the head of Pefontaine. McCall now dominating the match continues his assault on Prefontaine who tries to battle back. The two go back and once again take things out of the ring. As Prefontaine and McCall go at it, Onslaught and Carter stand face to face. Onslaught calls out Carter as Prefontaine makes his way back into the ring and McCall remains on the outside. The ref counts and reaches ten, and McCall loses as a result of a count-out. This match was nothing if not wrought full of action and a clear biting anger between the two teams.

The following match between Slim Whiskey, who is accompanied to the ring by his tag team partner: Black Dragon, and The Nightmare Billy Black who is accompanied by his friend, mentor and teddy bear: Buddy the Therapy Bear. The match starts with Slim Whiskey taking control and attempting to pin, but Billy Black kicks out before the three count. The two go back and forth as Bill Black eventually takes control of the match. In an effort to confuse, or perhaps anger Billy Black, Slim Whiskey distracts Billy Black and delivers a DDT to Buddy the Therapy Bear. Now set off and enraged beyond belief Billy Black is on a mission to tear Slim Whiskey apart. Billy Black uses his friend, Buddy, to whip a clothesline at Slim Whiskey taking him down for a pin. Slim Whiskey manages to kick out before the three count but he's not saved. Billy Black, still in control delivers a big body slam on Slim Whiskey followed by a massive leg drop and another pin. Slim Whiskey somehow kicks out at two. As the two men regain themselves the ref takes a moment to make sure the other, unwitting competitor in this match, Buddy is okay. Apparently he is, and the match continues. Slim Whiskey once again gains control of the match and heads for the top ropes, but is shaken off by Black Dragon. Accidentally? This give Bill Black the opportunity to stalk Slim Whiskey and cash in on a win, which he does. Slamming Slim Whiskey and then pinning him for the 1,2,3 Billy Black picks up the win and leaves the ring still in and uproar about Buddy the Therapy Bear.

Meanwhile, the end of the match also saw the end of a tag team partnership. As Slim Whiskey questions Black Dragon's roll in this match it is clear that the tension building between these partners has risen past something that can be talked about. It becomes completely evident when their argument turns to blows. Slim Whiskey hits Black Dragon with a lush before yelling “it's over” and leaving his former friend in the ring.

For the main event, a tag team match, Kenny Stryker takes over a referee.

Approaching the ring first is Frankie Pickard, a clear crowd favorite. He is followed by his tag team partner for this match, Gee Vader. Vader, a another crowd favorite hears chants from enthused fans. Out next are their opponents: Mack Daddy Ron Star and his tag team partner: Allstar Athlete Brandon Mitchell, accompanied by the always gorgeous Desi-Rae. Mitchell starts off the match with Pickard and a big lock-up. The two go back and forth, tensions are high and they are clearly matched for each other. Blow for blow each man holds his own. As the match goes on Mitchell gains momentum and eventually begins to dominates, he tags in Star who immediately takes control of Pickard. Pickard attempts to tag in his partner Vader who prevents him from doing so. As Star tags in Mitchell, Pickard digs deep and manages to take control long enough to make the tag to Vader who comes in hot. Vader makes quick work of Mitchell, dominating the match. Vader and Pickard double team Mitchell and Vader then tags Pickard back in. The two go back and forth furiously battling each other and supremely defending one from the other. Mitchell gains control and once again tags in Star who pulls out the stops on Pickard. Pickard reaches for his partner Vader and tags him in. Vader dominates the match once more, until an unknown attacker comes from nowhere to assault Vader. Mitchell and Star use the opportunity to take advantage and together, pin Pickard for the three count winning the match.

As Pickard regains himself, Vader gets his hands on the unknown assailant and brings him to the center of the ring. He and Pickard decide to teach this person “a lesson” and make an example out of him. This kind of thing won't be tolerated, by no one. Frankie Pickard takes to the mic to express his respect for Gee Vader for what he does, and declares war on Mack Daddy Ron Star and the Allstar Athlete Brandon Mitchell. This isn't over, it is clear that there is going to be much more to come.

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Friday Night Madness 06/27/2014

Friday Night Madness was yet another show of brute strength and shear will this week with strongmen battling it to settle scores, to fight for supremacy or just to feed their egos.

The show started with a respectful ten-bell dedicated to a dear and trusted friend, Michael Fels aka. Peewee, medic and support for many in the business. His loss is greatly felt.

After the remembrance, the show swung into full gear with Corky coming out in his very sweet and very looney way to give the kids in the audience candy. He is immediately followed out by Prosecutor Pat, who takes the mic and without hesitation begins to berate and belittle poor Corky. Prosecutor Pat asserts his authority and makes claims for the championship, cocky and audacious of him, considering this is his Loco debut. Having chased Corky away, Pat readies himself for his match against Manny Strong, a crowd favorite who then makes his way out to the ring.

Prosecutor Pat, takes control of the match but not for long as Manny Strong recovers and fights back. In an effort to avoid Manny Strong and regain his composure Prosecutor Pat goes ringside before coming back in to regain control. The two battle back and forth and Manny Strong hits Prosecutor Pat with a devastating Superplex, but he recovers and continues his vicious assault on Manny Strong before covering him. In a show of determination Manny Strong kicks out at two, much to the crowd's delight. Prosecutor Pat once again tries to cover, but Manny Strong, once again kicks out. Battling back and forth these two tirelessly go at it. Prosecutor Pat manages to avoid Strong's offense and covers him again. But Strong kicks out before the three count. As the action moves outside of the ring the two go at each other with fury as the ref inside the ring counts. The two make their way back into the ring where Prosecutor Pat Snapmares Strong and hits him with an elbow. Prosecutor Pat now in control delivers a clothesline to Strong and finally pins him with a three count. Prosecutor Pat asserts his dominance, he is the winner.

The second match of the night involves one of the Dub boys, Mr Nate Carter, accompanied by his partner, Dave McCall taking on singles action against one half of Smooth Aggression, Onslaught also accompanied by his partner, Rob Prefontaine. There is heavy tension as both teams stare each other down, the ref forces the other team members out of the ring as the bell rings and the match begins. No time is wasted as both men tear into each other, going blow for blow as fists are being thrown about. Eventually Onslaught takes control of Cater, wrangling him and the ref is forced to break the two a part. It took no time for these two to be at each other again as each goes back and forth fighting for dominance. Onslaught eventually gains the upper hand and attempt to cover Carter, who kicks out and battles back. As both men once again go at each other this time each one bringing the other down. Both men slowly regain themselves and come back up and once again they are locked in a fury. As they fight they roll out of the ring and it becomes a brawl. Unable to bring the match back to order, with the other tag team partners joining in the fray, the ref calls for the bell. The bell does little to quiet the anger of these two and the fight continues, only to be stopped by the locker room which has to come and physically pull the men a part. But instead of the fight being squashed, all hell breaks loose and a full on rumble breaks out. Eventually lines are drawn and competitors take sides on opposite ends of the ring, from outside.

Commissioner Nick Suave comes ringside and takes the mic. He makes an offer and decides to give everyone a chance to say what they need to say. In lieu of that he decides to give Rob Prefontaine and Dave McCall a chance at an official match, to which they both agree.

It takes no time for these two to get things started. Immediately following a Greco-Roman knuckle lock, Prefontaine rolls up and attempts to pin McCall. After McCall kicks, the two battle each other furiously, tumbling out of the ring, still going at each other ringside. The ref begins to count and they are forced to climb back into the ring and the fight continues. Prefontaine once again tries to pin McCall, who again kicks out before three. The two make work of each other, each giving the other all he has, each countering the other. As the fight goes on Onslaught outside of the ring gets the crowd riled up, inside McCall delivers a devastating kick to the head of Pefontaine. McCall now dominating the match continues his assault on Prefontaine who tries to battle back. The two go back and once again take things out of the ring. As Prefontaine and McCall go at it, Onslaught and Carter stand face to face. Onslaught calls out Carter as Prefontaine makes his way back into the ring and McCall remains on the outside. The ref counts and reaches ten, and McCall loses as a result of a count-out. This match was nothing if not wrought full of action and a clear biting anger between the two teams.

The following match between Slim Whiskey, who is accompanied to the ring by his tag team partner: Black Dragon, and The Nightmare Billy Black who is accompanied by his friend, mentor and teddy bear: Buddy the Therapy Bear. The match starts with Slim Whiskey taking control and attempting to pin, but Billy Black kicks out before the three count. The two go back and forth as Bill Black eventually takes control of the match. In an effort to confuse, or perhaps anger Billy Black, Slim Whiskey distracts Billy Black and delivers a DDT to Buddy the Therapy Bear. Now set off and enraged beyond belief Billy Black is on a mission to tear Slim Whiskey apart. Billy Black uses his friend, Buddy, to whip a clothesline at Slim Whiskey taking him down for a pin. Slim Whiskey manages to kick out before the three count but he's not saved. Billy Black, still in control delivers a big body slam on Slim Whiskey followed by a massive leg drop and another pin. Slim Whiskey somehow kicks out at two. As the two men regain themselves the ref takes a moment to make sure the other, unwitting competitor in this match, Buddy is okay. Apparently he is, and the match continues. Slim Whiskey once again gains control of the match and heads for the top ropes, but is shaken off by Black Dragon. Accidentally? This give Bill Black the opportunity to stalk Slim Whiskey and cash in on a win, which he does. Slamming Slim Whiskey and then pinning him for the 1,2,3 Billy Black picks up the win and leaves the ring still in and uproar about Buddy the Therapy Bear.

Meanwhile, the end of the match also saw the end of a tag team partnership. As Slim Whiskey questions Black Dragon's roll in this match it is clear that the tension building between these partners has risen past something that can be talked about. It becomes completely evident when their argument turns to blows. Slim Whiskey hits Black Dragon with a lush before yelling “it's over” and leaving his former friend in the ring.

For the main event, a tag team match, Kenny Stryker takes over a referee.

Approaching the ring first is Frankie Pickard, a clear crowd favorite. He is followed by his tag team partner for this match, Gee Vader. Vader, a another crowd favorite hears chants from enthused fans. Out next are their opponents: Mack Daddy Ron Star and his tag team partner: Allstar Athlete Brandon Mitchell, accompanied by the always gorgeous Desi-Rae. Mitchell starts off the match with Pickard and a big lock-up. The two go back and forth, tensions are high and they are clearly matched for each other. Blow for blow each man holds his own. As the match goes on Mitchell gains momentum and eventually begins to dominates, he tags in Star who immediately takes control of Pickard. Pickard attempts to tag in his partner Vader who prevents him from doing so. As Star tags in Mitchell, Pickard digs deep and manages to take control long enough to make the tag to Vader who comes in hot. Vader makes quick work of Mitchell, dominating the match. Vader and Pickard double team Mitchell and Vader then tags Pickard back in. The two go back and forth furiously battling each other and supremely defending one from the other. Mitchell gains control and once again tags in Star who pulls out the stops on Pickard. Pickard reaches for his partner Vader and tags him in. Vader dominates the match once more, until an unknown attacker comes from nowhere to assault Vader. Mitchell and Star use the opportunity to take advantage and together, pin Pickard for the three count winning the match.

As Pickard regains himself, Vader gets his hands on the unknown assailant and brings him to the center of the ring. He and Pickard decide to teach this person “a lesson” and make an example out of him. This kind of thing won't be tolerated, by no one. Frankie Pickard takes to the mic to express his respect for Gee Vader for what he does, and declares war on Mack Daddy Ron Star and the Allstar Athlete Brandon Mitchell. This isn't over, it is clear that there is going to be much more to come.

 
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