(CUE UP: “Moto Psycho” - Megadeth)
CUT TO: The ON TIME logo at
the top of the ramp from the show’s debut
CUT TO: Lawrence Stanley rolling up Josh Novell at PRIMETIME in Seattle
CUT TO: Kevin Powers dressed up as Eddy Love, flipping his 'hair'
CUT TO: MoA's Iron John kicking Raw Deal's WJ in the stomach and powerbombing
CUT TO: Joey Melton fending off Nate Logan in his match against Eddy Love
CUT TO: Eddy Love rolling up Joey Melton for the win in Seattle
CUT TO: Steve Radder sliding under the ropes and tackling Nate Logan from behind
CUT TO: GUNS hitting the bionic kneelift on Eli Flair
CUT TO: Eli Flair hitting The Fallen One and hooking GUNS for the pinfall
CUT TO: Gabriel Poe entering the ring and hitting the Seventh Seal on Simply
CUT TO: "Wicked Sight" Michael Plett back bodydropping Hornet over the
ropes to the floor.
CUT TO: Hornet hooking the Scorpion Deathlock on Michael Plett.
CUT TO: Dan Ryan charging down the ramp as Aho and Southern go at it
CUT TO: Hornet sliding through the ring and charging into Ryan on the outside
CUT TO: Shane Southern hitting the 'FrankenSouthern' on Evan Aho
Aho hitting 'The Agony'
and the small package for the pin on Southern
CUT TO: GUNS powerbombing Hiroshi from the top at ON TIME in Portland
CUT TO: MoA's Big Tom hitting the 'atomic right hand' on Tsunami
CUT TO: The Hooded Falcon yelling at Billy Buckley at the commentators' table
CUT TO: Nathan Storm grabbing The Falcon's cane and rolling into the ring.
CUT TO: Joey Melton rolling Storm up as the cane goes flying
CUT TO: Hornet attacking Dan Ryan from behind as he cuts a promo on the ramp
CUT TO: Cameron Cruise gearing up backstage
CUT TO: Lance Liezure standing before a CSWA backdrop
CUT TO: "Big Time" Michael Gettis entering
the stage door.
CUT TO: Evan Aho with the World Title wrapped around his waist
CUT TO: A huge pyro display, followed by the camera panning around the arena
catching glimpses of various CSWA related signs from its eager fans before
parking on Rudy Seitzer and Billy Buckley.)
RS: This is Kansas City, and
this is CSWA: ON TIME! We're thrilled to have you join us on NCN, along
with the fans here in the building. I am Rudy Seitzer, next to me is Billy
ByB: You know it.
RS: We're going to
head straight down to the ring and start things off with a match for the CSWA
ByB: You mean that
freak that thinks he's a huge Michael Jackson is kicking off ON TIME
again? There go the ratings.
World Heavyweight Championship
Aho vs. Shamon
The very serious heavyweight
champion was reportedly not happy about signing to face Shamon after watching
the “King of Pop” popping and locking backstage.
He began a wrestling clinic, and after each hold or counterhold he
displayed, Shamon screamed with a girlish shreak that garnered the sickening
adoration of Billy Buckley.
As the champion, an unwilling
role model for the CSWA’s “almost there” crowd, neared pinning his
opponent just moments into the match, United
States Champion Hornet came down, much to the dismay of the aforementioned Billy
Buckley. Hornet simply stood at the bottom of the ramp, apparently
watching for interference during the title match.
got a few offensive moves in (who knows how), but quickly lost the edge
when he decided to take a moment to grab his crotch and yell "Hee hee!"
Aho capitalized on the minor celebration by hitting an exploder suplex,
then setting Shamon up for the Agony. And that led to the inevitable...
the Tiger Driver '91, the Ecstasy.
RS: Evan Aho retains his CSWA World Title,
and for once, it looks like some of the folks in the back are getting the news.
ByB: What news would that be, oh feathered
RS: Stop that! The news that if
you want to interfere in a match for the World Title, you're going to have to go
through Hornet to do it.
ByB: I don't know that Evan Aho really
cares. He hasn't acknowledged Hornet's so-called help. In fact, he
just brushed by the US Champ.
RS: It looks like Hornet's headed to the
back as well to prepare for his match against Shane Southern later
tonight. Whoa... (The lights flicker as the video wall lights up.)
(A fuzzy screen blurs then fades into a clear shot of Dan Ryan sitting still
in a restaurant booth. He sits alone as several bodyguards block the doorway to
his private room....he rubs his eyes...bringing attention to a bandage across
his eye as a result of several confrontations with Hornet.)
Ryan: As you see, I can't join you at
ringside tonight. As a matter of fact, most of my time has been recently taken with
defending my GXW Unified Title. Not to mention..... (Ryan grins) .... I
was thinking discretion might be the better part of valor this time around. I
know how...popular....I am in CSWA arenas these days. But let's talk
about....you, Hornet. Someone did indeed show me your little speech at the end
of your ambush . Touching. Oh so touching and oh so reminiscent of the great
moments in oratory history. I tell ya...I have felt goosebumps like that
since....ah hell...piss on goosebumps and piss on you. You wanna talk to me
about a minor league publicity stunt to get my mom and dad to watch me on TV?
Hell man, I don't know anyone in this business who gives a damn about you enough
to watch you on TV, your questionable parentage included. If you want to get
your hands dirty in the middle of all of this then hell....I'm all for that. No
problem at all. I've gotten down and dirty with people more intimidating than
you, people who wrestle for a living...instead of people who wrestle when
politics dictate as such....
(The screen flickers to a shot from CSWA SHOWTIME
Hornet: You and your little friends wanna
take potshots at the CSWA, at Evan Aho, at me, on your little cable access show?
Terrific, it was at least enough to get Merritt to re-sign your sorry behind
after trying for years. I may not care much for Merritt or his tactics,
but contrary to popular belief, there are a few things in life I care about, and
one of them's the CSWA. Otherwise, I'd have been gone years ago.
Ryan: Let's get one thing straight. You and your
company's billing my appearance as the 'return' of the Ego Buster. You should
understand something right now. The Ego Buster is dead....he's been dead for
years now, and any resemblance the Dan Ryan before you has to that manufactured
character is purely and totally coincidental. If you're scouting me based on
that, your information is as out of date as your wardrobe. I've never ONCE tried to sign on with this pitiful excuse for a wrestling organization save
for a one match stint six years ago and I left of my own volition....without
notice....because I had no time for your second tier waste of space company in
my life. As for you and Merritt's relationship, I don't give a rat's ass if you
like each other, love each other, kiss each other before you go to bed at night,
read each other stories or anything else. All I see when I look around at EVERY STINKING SINGLE ONE OF YOU is
C-S-W-A. As for you being gone
years ago...I can rectify that situation really quick if you keep sticking your
nose into my plans....
(flicker back to Hornet)
Hornet: It's too bad you didn't bring your
tin strap over here, Dan, so I could add it to my collection. Let's get
one thing straight. There are two men around here who can rightfully be
called "Unified" Champs on international television... and since
Mikey's AWOL, I guess that leaves it up to me. The CSWA didn't get here by
trying to degrade other companies on its TV shows. And I didn't get to the
top of this sport by kissing up to anybody, let alone the likes of you and your
pal Merritt. I walked into arenas, and high schools, and bingo halls and
challenged every so-called "World Champ" that was out there. And
when the smoke cleared, I was the man left standing to make a gold belt mean
Ryan: Oh, cry me a damn river. The more
you sit there and try to justify your place in this business, the more the
insides of my stomach turn at the thought of a washed up chump like you becoming
known to the next generation as the only standard by which they can be measured.
Don't come to me with all this crap about going to bingo halls and arenas and
blah blah blah blah blah. I don't give a (bleeped). You understand right NOW. You made a gold belt mean something? Sorry chump, but it only means
something to you and the illiterates hanging around your dressing rooms. You can
take a big heaping pile of dog crap and get thirty people to say it means
something, but it's still dog crap....
(flicker to Hornet again)
Hornet: The EWI meant something, Ryan.
NthWA meant something. They stood as growing icons of this sport.
But between Zieba, Dupree and guys like you, you've managed to destroy any
modicum of sincerity there ever was. You're too busy trying to get a rub
off of the CSWA name, or off of a champion like Evan Aho.
Well you just got your rub, Dannyboy.
Before you ever get the chance to step in a real ring with Evan Aho, there are a
few of us standing in line in front of you. If you think some cheap heat
is gonna bump you to the top of the line, you're sadly mistaken.
See what happens, Ryan? Who's the (bleeped)
Ryan: Tell you what, I'm gonna let you
in on a little secret. Since you like to spend the vast majority of your time
apparently dozing off in your little retirement villa...I'll clue you into
recent events. Evan Aho was a proud member of the EWI family. Oh yeah, we all
travelled the roads together, put on the performances of a lifetime together,
entertained millions together. And when we combined forces with the NthWA we
became that much stronger. I saw the writing on the wall, and you know what?
Evan did too. But we chose different roads, Evan and I. I took on the challenge
of the bigger federation. I took on the challenge of the best of two companies
coming together to create a level of competition not seen anywhere else in the
world. Evan Aho? He tucked tail and ran....Evan Aho thought....'Hell, I'm going
back to where I know it's safe...I'm going back to where I know for an ABSOLUTE
FACT that I'll get my rub and my heat back immediately. I know for a fact that
it'll take me a year TOPS...to put that gold around my waist.' You wanna talk to
me about trying to get cheap rubs off of Evan Aho or a cheap rub off of the CSWA.
Evan Aho walked willingly into MY HOUSE ... into MY RING ...and
tried to use his so called star power to get himself over with the GXW crowd.
But you see, we over in GXW....
(Ryan, getting more intense, starts shaking
...we don't forget. We don't forget when big time players in our
company turn tail and run in the face of competition. We don't forget when a so
called 'friend' of the company tells the brass that he needs time off from
competing because he's burned out...then appears on CSWA television the next
week. So when you're thinking about me 'desecrating' your little ..
(mockingly) C-S-W-A...you remember something, boy. Evan fired the first
shot. Evan started the war....but I ...WILL.... FINISH IT ...... I don't
need cheap heat to bump me up to the top of line...I already AM the top of the
line. I've got the attention of the resident legend...the almighty Hornet...and
the attention of Evan Aho...indeed the attention of the ENTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRE
wrestling WORLD!!!....squarely on yours truly. So who's the (bleeped) now? The
whole (bleeped) CSWA is mine....
ByB: Looks like he TOLD
RS: Yeah, I'm sure
you're thrilled. And I'm sure Hornet's thrilled...considering Ryan decided
to show a pre-taped interview, rather than facing him head on.
ByB: The man's a
champion, he's busy.
RS: He's SUPPOSED to
have a match here tonight! Is he shirking that too?
ByB: Hey...the man's
Let's send it down to Rhubarb, where "Big Time" returns to action!
Time" Michael Gettis vs. Henderson Bramble
The Greensboro native took on the former ABWA
World Champion in his return to CSWA action. Gettis took the upper hand
from the moment he pulled his Fubu jersey over the blond corn rows, dropping
Bramble with an inverted half nelson into a scoop slam. Bramble tried to
go for a fisherman's suplex, but Gettis blocked it, nailing Bramble with a
twisting bulldog that garnered a two-count.
Gettis continued to work over Bramble with a
back-mounted chinlock, then went back to the high-intensity offense, rolling
Bramble over into a fireman's carry ending in a gutbuster drop. One ride
into the ropes later, and Gettis caught Bramble with his big finisher, "The
Big Tyma" flying elbow for the one...two...three.
Winner: "Big Time" Michael
RS: Gettis looks like he's even picked up a
couple of steps in his time away from the CSWA! I don't know if Bramble
knows what hit him! We were supposed to hear from Eddy Love in just a
minute, but we've been told there was some sort of alteraction backstage.
Let's take a look at the footage.
(Backstage the cameras find Eddy Love strutting
confidently toward his dressing room. He opens the door and suddenly a
gloved hand reaches out and grabs him by the throat, pulling him into the
room. The door slams shut and the sounds of a scuffle can be
heard. The camera crew tries valiantly to open the door but are unable
to do so. Finally, CSWA officials arrive on the scene.)
Official: What the hell's going on?!
Boom Operator: Something's going on in there
but we can't get the door open!
Official: C'mon, fellas, let's break that
(After several battering attempts, the door bursts
open and all the men spill into the room. A baffled look comes across
their faces though as only Eddy Love, an envelope, and a dented chair are in
the room. Love's forehead is busted open and he is obviously in no
condition to speak.)
Referee: Get this man some help!
(An assistant bolts out of the room and starts
calling for help.)
Camera Man: What's in that envelope?
(One of the officials tears the envelope open,
revealing a letter written in erratic, heavily scawled handwriting.)
Official: My God, I thought this nightmare
Official: It was that damn stalker
again. He's back.
Referee: Where the hell is he then?
He's just some guy, he can't have escaped.
Official: I don't know, but I sure don't see
him, do you?
Referee: No. No I don't.
[The official lays the letter on Love's dressing
room table and the cameras go in close on it, revealing the words printed upon
Didn't want you to think I had forgotten about
you. No, I'll never forget. And soon you won't either. The
time is drawing near when you'll find out just who I am. And when I'm
done with you, you'll be the one in need of the Fish Fund proceeds.
(The camera pans around the room as EMTs help Love
sit up and then slowly fades out to black.)
RS: Obviously, Eddy Love's in no condition
to speak to this audience. We've been told, however, that he's being
treated on-site, and will not need to go to the hospital this evening.
Let's head back to the ring. We heard from Dan Ryan earlier in the night
when he decided to cut a TAPED promo on Hornet... now we get to see him in the
Ryan vs. Carl Brigsby
The GXW Champ finally made it back into a CSWA
ring, after having his previous efforts at jumping Evan Aho stopped by US Champ
Hornet. Rather than using the locker rooms, Ryan actually came through the
main arena entrance, still dressed in street clothes for the match. The massive man wasted no time decimating the former US Tag Champ,
slamming him hard with a belly-to-belly followed by a release dragon suplex.
Brigsby actually tried to get out of the ring to take a count-out, but was
stopped by the big man, who caught him from behind with a full nelson slam
followed by a jumping DDT.
The referee warned Ryan after he twice pulled
Brigsby up from a pinfall to prolong the match. Brigsby again went for the
outside after a break, but Ryan pushed the ref out of the way and pulled Carl to
his feet, dropping him with a shortarm clothesline. The match finally
ended after the big "Humility Bomb" extended powerbomb for the pinfall,
after which, Brigsby was removed on a stretcher.
Liezure vs. "Wicked Sight" Mike Plett
Two faces squaring off in the center of the ring
definitely gave Billy Buckley enough to comment on.
Both men did what they do best, which is combine a technical strategy
with high flying offense. Lance’s
tenacity didn’t seem to surprise Sight, but at times it surprised the crowd.
Several near falls for both men at the five minute mark, but Sight came
back with his signature series, a 360 degree clothesline and then a pair of
flying forearms, still only getting a two…
(CUE UP: “Hero” by Chad Kroeger and Josie
Scott – insane reaction)
Hornet doing here?
gonna teach that punk Sight… wait a minute… Where’s Hornet?
GUNS was right, maybe Hornet is playing mind games with Wicked Sight!
too busy with Dan Ryan, he wouldn’t mess with that no-talent Sight.
As Plett once again – uncharacteristic as it
may be – became distracted by the music of one of his adversaries, Lance
Liezure spun him around and hit an insane DDT that made the crowd stand, then
rolled through to get a huge upset win over Wicked Sight!
The crowd still firmly behind both men, Liezure helped Plett up to his
feet, and although Sight’s face was one of extreme discontent, he shook
Lance’s hand and Liezure left the ring…
Sight is a class act, I’ve got to believe… people want to accuse him of
bringing over the GXW, people want to accuse him of trying to split the roster,
but he still is doing his damndest to entertain these fans and…
oh God… he’s got a microphone…
(Sight has his hand pointing to the top of the
ramp as he talks, slightly out of breath.)
the clown is that wants to keep costing me matches… GUNS, you want to keep
holding Wicked Sight back… You want to **** with me?
(The video wall flashes three giant letters
across the screen, each making a ‘whoosh’ noise as it hits the screen… G
– X – W)
the Hell is this? We saw that Dan
Ryan is in town, but he’s not here at the arena, who could this be?
(The voiceover is digitally altered to the point
where it’s almost hard to understand.)
shouldn’t have turned your back on the CSWA, Plett.
My intentions… and my identity… will be revealed later, but for now,
the whole world should know this: Wicked
Sight has alliances with Erik Zieba. He’s
been in cahoots with Zieba for over a year now, going so far as to wrestle for
the GXW just to work the CSWA roster.
knew it! Even BUGBRAIN was right!
have a hard time believing this one, folks…
Plett… you’re the GXW mole, trying to split the roster, trying to make your
peers rebel against the system… and all I’ve done is reveal your plans.
(Plett is standing in stunned silence, as the
crowd has died into a state of confusion as well.
He begins to walk away, clearly muttering, “It’s GUNS…”)
got to cut to a break, fans, I don’t know what to make of this…
(CUTTO: Commercial Break. A
commercial preview for FISH FUND XIII airs plugging Evan Aho versus
either Mark Windham or Eddy Love, along with a spot hyping "The Best
Moments of FISH FUND.")
(CUT TO: The
Hip Hop Express is seen walking through the building, having just came back in
through the dock. They have just finished their pre-match ritual of getting,
what they call, “some fresh air”. Inferno is discussing strategy for their
match with the Men of Adventure. While he is laying out a possible scenario,
they see Wicked Sight coming back in from everything going out there, and
INFERNO: Yo, Mikey…I
hear some guys out there say you were GXW or something, but I ain’t buying
that… long time no smoke, man. Heh. We just finished puffin’ a spliff
outside, but I got another…if you want, we can make a second trip. (Smiles)
on, man. I still owe you from that time we shorted your sack.
SIGHT: Not… not now,
BOOGIE: What, you got
a drug test or something? Man, you get busted carrying some? I know how you like
to drive on the highway…no wonder they pulled your ass over!
SIGHT: No, nothing
like that. Just… not now… too much going on…
INFERNO: What? Too
much? Are we supposed to be kids or something?
Since when did you become so high and mighty? We used to be cool, smoke
whenever…and now you are TOO GOOD to hang out with some old friends? If I
didn’t know any better, I’d say that those goody-two-shoes you’ve been
hanging out with, Shane Southern and Lawrence Stanley, are having some sort of
effect on you.
BOOGIE: You used to be
one of the boys in the back…now all you care about is how popular you are, how
your t-shirts are selling, and (BLEEP) like that! You WERE one of the coolest
crackas I know…now you’re just a HATER!
SIGHT: Guys, you got
it all wrong…you are blowing that way out of proportion, it’s a bad time to
mess with me… like I just said…
BOOGIE: No, futhamucka…we
know what you just said…and frankly, it makes me sick to my stomach.
INFERNO: (Places his
hand on Sight’s shoulder.) After all the stuff the CSWA put us through, we
thought you would still be down, but they got to you, too. They flash a
face-push in front of you and you were quick to sign up. All this “promise”
crap, “I promise that I will be the World champion.” “I promise to
make you fans love me.” It’s all a bunch of nonsense! (With his other hand,
starts pointing in Sight’s face.) You need to realize that the fans don’t
mean anything, its all about how you feel… (BLEEP) the fan’s feelings!
(Points into Sight’s chest.) You need to see the light. (Points) It’s not
slapping hands and giving high fives on the way to the ring (Points) or playing
up to the masses after you do a big move. (Points) It’s about…
(Sight shoves Inferno
Ice’s hand away from his chest and pushes him back.)
Not now! I’ve got guys
saying I’m in the GXW, I’ve got people asking questions, and you want me to
hit the green? …
(Inferno and Boogie
both look as if they’re about to come after Sight, but Shane Southern pops out
of nowhere, and they both decide otherwise…)
at watch.) look at the time. Boogie, remember that thing we had to do?
THAT thing. (Laughs)
(Sight nods at Southern, as if to say thank you.
But Southern doesn’t respond.)
I’m for the cause… I’m for furthering the talent that deserves it… and
the GXW has NO talent, Shane…
believe in ya’, Sight, but if ya’ screw me over… there’ll be hell ta’
ByB: Looks like Sight's little 'younguns' party could be coming to an
RS: I think it's too early to look for the
end yet... these guys have too much desire. Speaking of desire, CSWA
newcomer Pete Hardy steps into the ring with Kevin Powers... who is making his
in-ring return after his 'retirement' a few weeks ago.
Hardy vs. Kevin Powers
Pete Hardy was looking to continue his winning
streak against the former US Champ, but the "Pitbull" is used to using
power on his opponents. That's fine, except for the fact that he was
giving up five inches and thirty-five pounds to "Good God."
Hardy had some success early, catching the CSWA veteran with a quick elbow and
body slam. But Powers quickly took over, with a boot to the face followed
by a scoop slam of his own. Powers had some trouble with the big man
though, as Hardy was able to use his size to block a chokeslam, but that simply
led to Powers thumbing him in the eye and sending him into the corner.
After a spear into the corner, Powers set Hardy
up for the ride of his life, hitting the Kiss The Canvas slingshot powerbomb for
Stanley vs. GUNS
"The English Gent" met the
"Strongest Arms In The World" for the first time here at ON TIME, with
both men looking to continue to move up the ladders of contenders. GUNS, the
former CSWA World Champion, lit into Stanley with a shortarm clothesline that
shook the former US Champion up. GUNS kept control for several minutes,
fending off every attempt Stanley made at changing momentum. GUNS used his
strength advantage, powering the non-inconsiderable size of Stanley around the
ring at will, at least until a missed clothesline attempt.
After ducking the clothesline, Stanley used his
momentum and size to his advantage, hitting the ropes on the other side and
coming back across with a kick to the midsection that staggered GUNS long enough
for the Gent to put GUNS on the mat with a power slam. Stanley quickly hit
a leg drop and a small package for a quick two-count.
The two continued to battle with Stanley keeping
the edge until he went for an arm bar submission. GUNS powered out almost
immediately, spinning Stanley around and nailing him with the 'bionic' kneelift.
That allowed GUNS to keep Stanley down just long enough to get the pinfall win.
Express vs. Men of Adventure
These two teams hit the ring against each
other, both looking to be added back in to the title hunt against Simply
Stunning. It appears that the Express was still upset from their earlier
confrontation with Sight, and they went to take it out on the MoA. Big Tom
started off against Inferno Ice. Tom used his power to take Ice down early
with a big boot followed by the ATOMIC right hand. Ice quickly rolled
outside, daring Tom to come after him. Tom slammed Ice into the guardrail,
only to have Boogie Smallz come off the apron with a hammer to the back.
Once Iron John made his way over, we had a full-out brawl at ringside.
Well, at least until Smallz sent John OVER the
guardrail...then we had a full-out brawl in the seats, with Ice trying to use
the guardrail as a weapon, and Smallz picking up seats at ringside. In the
end, this one was a double count-out, but it looks like it will set up a Top
Contender tag team match at FISH FUND XIII.
Winner: Double Countout
Cruise vs. Steve Radder
in terms of size, experience and ability, this one came down to a cat-and-mouse
game of mistakes. Radder showed ring rust early, allowing Cruise to
capitalize, hitting a beautiful neckbreaker/elbow drop combination that gave him
one of many early pinfall attempts on the former CSWA World Champion.
Radder fought back, at one point catching Cruise with a big implant DDT, but
each time, Cruise changed the momentum again, dishing out huge blows.
took the punishment though, as he's known to do. And the moment Cruise
sent him into the ropes and ducked his head, Radder attacked, kicking Cruise
full in the head and dazing him. Radder quickly hooked in a cradle,
holding Cruise for the surprise three-count.
Winner: Steve Radder
vs. Shane Southern
(joined in progress, four minutes into the match)
Southern is chopping the life out of Buggy…
you call him the proper name?
with an Irish whip to the corner, but a reversal from Hornet, and he comes in
with a shoulder, and now a rollup, Hornet gets a one count on Shane Southern,
who’s becoming a force to be reckoned with… Southern isn’t the youngest
guy on the roster, but he’s truly developed into a main-eventer over the past
should ditch that traitor Sight…
don’t know that Sight is a traitor, but that’s not what we’re covering
here at the moment, we’re covering the fact that Hornet is controlling the
pace with Shane Southern right now… a side headlock, and he comes around with
a hammerlock, but Southern drops to a knee and throws Hornet over, he comes in
with a headlock on the mat, but Hornet breaks out with a set of leg scissors,
and now he has control, but Shane Southern with an impressive arch and Hornet
breaks the hold…
think Sight really is GXW…
can’t believe that, Billy… and it’s not important, right now…
important? Your FREAK buddy might be
trying to split this roster up so the GXW can come in and take our jobs…
GUNS might be playing head games with Wicked Sight, maybe the music, and the
little message earlier… maybe it’s GUNS trying to take out Wicked Sight!
Strongest Arms in the World doesn’t have to play mind games with a punk like
you stick to the match? There
Southern goes with a series of right hands to the side of the former World
Champ’s head, and he sends Hornet to the corner, follows in with a
clothesline, now he shoots him to the far, NO, reversal by Hornet and THERE’S
A HORNET SPLASH!
damn Hornet caught the ref! Manny’s
goes down, and so does Shane Southern! Hornet
with a boot to the back of Southern’s head, it’s obvious he didn’t mean to
take Manny out…
(From the side of the ring, a figure flies into
the ring dressed in street attire…)
the… THAT’S DAN RYAN, HE’S NOT SUPPOSED TO BE HERE!
HE’S SUPPOSED TO BE UPTOWN, BUT THERE HE IS WITH A SUPERKICK TO THE
SIDE OF HORNET’S HEAD!
out! I can’t believe it!
is staring down at Hornet!
THERE’S SIGHT! I KNEW IT!
HE’S HERE TO HELP HIS GXW RUNNING BUDDY!
HE ISN’T! THIS CROWD IS ON IT’S
FEET AS WICKED SIGHT COMES TO HORNET’S RESCUE!
Mike Plett and Dan Ryan are going toe-to-toe, Plett can’t be GXW,
must be staging this, he’s got to be GXW all the way, these two men are
slugging it out but I can’t believe it’s for real…
I’ve known Mike since he entered this company and he’s CSWA, one-hundred and
doesn’t believe that! Hornet is
up, SOMEHOW… and there with a dropkick to the side of Wicked Sight’s head
and Sight flies out of the ring!
Hornet directing his attention to Dan Ryan, and so is Shane Southern, both men
forgetting about the match and going after the GXW rat…
outside, not in the ring!
talking about RYAN! I don’t think
Southern even knows that Wicked Sight is at ringside, folks, and both he and
Hornet are trying to tear Dan Ryan into pieces!
just walking away, Rudy… he knows what happens to GXW folks, at least Ryan
knew to get the Hell out of dodge while he was ahead!
and Southern have gone back to nailing each other, and Ryan is getting out
before the rest of the locker room gets here. I would think that Dan Ryan
won’t be interfering here again! He
certainly can stand toe-to-toe with our men, but he’s got the common sense to
know he can only do it one at a time!
while we’re talking about the GXW, there’re two commentators over there…
is getting up! Southern has the
advantage here, he’s going with clubbing blows to the back and neck of Hornet
and he could be setting Hornet up for the pinfall…
(CUE UP: “Ride
of the Valkyries” – massive heel pop)
going to get his! Sight, halfway up
the ramp, GUNS is coming out; he’s got to be responding to the things Sight
accused him of before the BOMBSHELL that Sight is GXW through and through…
PLETT IS CSWA FOR LIFE, BILLY! The
action in the ring has stopped, folks! Southern
staring to the top of the ramp, almost half headed to help Sight… you’ve got
to know he believes in Wicked Sight… HORNET WITH A ROLLUP, HORNET ROLLS SHANE
SOUTHERN UP! ONE … TWO… THREE!
HORNET GETS THE PINFALL!
happening to Sight, this is the third time that music has played to distract
Sight, and somebody is playing serious mind games with Wicked Sight… It almost
has to be GUNS, folks… we know Sight has laid the challenge for FISH FUND,
Sight and GUNS…
GUNS is the one that found about Sight…
in the ring, Southern is just staring at the ramp, and now he and Sight have
made eye contact, both wanting to have some answers… Hornet spins Southern
around! SOUTHERN AND HORNET FACE TO
handshake! Both men shake hands, and
Southern exits the ring… what a wild ride that was, folks, Dan Ryan, the GXW
Champion was here, but the CSWA showed unity…
call that unity? Hornet leveled
Sight – who’s probably GXW anyway – and Southern and Hornet went back to
were in the middle of a match! And
as for Sight being GXW, I’ve already told you what I think about that… but
the big story here is, Hornet defeated Shane Southern, and it’s become so
cliché over the past few weeks, but these men aren’t through yet.
There are so many hot feuds going on, you almost have to keep a
scorecard! Former World Champion
Steve Radder is back in the CSWA, FISH FUND is just around the corner… GXW
members seem to be infiltrating… Love and Mark Windham are fighting at
PrimeTime to determine the number one contender to the CSWA Heavyweight
Champion, Evan Aho…
RS: Folks, thanks for joining us here for
CSWA: ON TIME! We'll see you in Oklahoma City...and then we're headed to
Sweetwater for FISH FUND XIII!