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    Trial By Fire 2013 results (three parts)

    The arena is around 50 percent full as give-a-ways are held offering free tickets to the next Fight Night.


    Mackenzie Roberts vs. Susie Sue

    Mackenzie comes out and Susie is in the ring. Mackenzie lays down and motions Susie to pin her. Susie does and Mackenzie kicks out at 1. She then picks Susie up by the hair and hits The Crush and goes for the pin. 123

    Winner: Mackenzie Roberts


    The arena is around 65 percent full. A video package airs previewing the North American and Television championship unification match between Shane McLean and Ryan Rondo.





    The Brethren El vs. T-MOM and K-PEZ

    The match starts with Ayla El and T-MOM in the ring. Ayla El lands a few quick forearm jabs across the face and sends T-MOM into the turnbuckle. Ayla El follows with a running clothesline and then an uppercut to the jaw. She tags in Divine, who lands a body slam and does one of her lustful and extremely sexual pins, but T-MOM kicks out at two. Both teams make tags and this time Ayla El lands a nice hip toss on K-PEZ followed by a snapmare. She tags in Divine, who lands a ferocious running kick to the face and pins with both legs bridged behind her head.
    (.............1.............2.............3)

    Winners: The Brethren El


    The Hammerstein Ballroom is now 80 percent packed as fans are filing in down the steps and finding their seats. A video package airs previewing the match between WOLF and PAJ. Another video preview airs for the Whyte Thunder-Chris Kennedy encounter.





    "The Instant Classic" Christian Quinn vs. "The Russian New Breed" Alexander Askerov vs. Jethro Warren vs. Carmine "Grim" Reaper

    The four men pair up quickly as Christian Quinn and Alexander Askerov lock horns while Jethro Warren and Carmine Reaper begin trading blows on the other side of the ring. Askerov lands a few fierce body shots to Quinn and sends him across the ring to the opposing turnbuckle, where he lands another ferocious body punch and a T-bone suplex. Jethro Warren levels Carmine with a clothesline in the corner and then flings him through the ropes and out of the ring. Jethro climbs through the ropes and follows, nursing his injuries from the attack days before the PPV as he lands a few forearms to a staggering Carmine. Jethro charges but Carmine dodges and uses Jethro's momentum to send him flying into the steel fan barricade. Inside the ring, Askerov goes for a staling vertical suplex but Quinn counters by landing on his feet behind Askerov and planting with a neckbreaker. "The Instant Classic" heads to the top turnbuckle and, while Askerov rises to his feet, leaps off for a beautiful diving crossbody! But Askerov rolls through and hooks both legs!!!
    (............one.............broken up by Carmine, who just slid into the ring right as Quinn and Askerov made contact)

    Carmine grabs Askerov and lands a ferocious clothesline. He lands a second to Christian Quinn and a scoop powerslam as Jethro Warren is back in the ring and approaches. Carmine continues his momentum with a slow run off the ropes and a running boot that lands on the face of Jethro Warren and continues to Quinn's face, who is standing behind him. This leaves Askerov, who has pulled himself to a standing position and is recovering against the turnbuckle. When Carmine approaches, Askerov lands a series of intense body shots into the stomach, ribs and chest. He then whips Carmine into the turnbuckle, but the former North American champion reverses it. Carmine charges with a running corner clothesline, but Askerov dodges. Christian Quinn charges at Askerov, but the Russian catapults Quinn into the corner, where Carmine lands a clothesline to his mid-air opponent in one of the first really cool and applause-enticing spots of the night. Jethro Warren is to his feet now and lands a Yakuza kick to Askerov, and then a Swinging Fireman's Takeover! Jethro hooks the far leg, but Carmine Reaper breaks it up right at a one count.

    Carmine grabs Jethro by the back and prepares for a belly to back suplex. Jethro blocks it and elbows free from the waist lock. He tries a short-ring whip to the ropes but Carmine reverses. Jethro flies over the top rope and to the apron. Carmine turns and Christian Quinn strikes with a Busaiku knee kick!!! Quinn kneels down to cover!
    (...............1...............2.......broken up by Alexander Askerov!)

    Askerov grabs Christian Quinn around the waist face to face and lands an aggressive belly-to-belly suplex. He follows with a second one. A third one. A fourth one. Before the fifth one, Jethro Warren lands a running clubbing forearm to the back of Askerov's head. Jethro finishes the series of belly-to-belly suplexes by locking a grip around Askerov's waist, while Askerov still has a grip around Quinn's waist, and lands a belly to back suplex throw that CARRIES CHRISTIAN QUINN WITH IT for the second really awesome spot of the match!!! Jethro Warren crawls over and hooks Alexander Askerov's legs.
    (...............one................two...............t...Almost!)

    Then he hooks the legs of Christian Quinn, laying right next to Askerov!
    (...............ONE
    ................TWO
    ................THR...Shoulder up!!!)

    Jethro begins a series of stomps into both wrestlers as Carmine Reaper is up to his feet. He whips Jethro Warren around and scoops him up and drops him military press style!!! Then Carmine grabs Christian Quinn by the back of the neck and does the exact same to him!!! Alexander Askerov is last, but he counters the military press drop by blocking and landing a thunderous Saito suplex!!! Alexander Askerov looks around and grabs Christian Quinn. He is about to hit his "The Sickle" Uranage Slam, but Jethro Warren lands a diving elbow into the legs of Alexander Askerov, taking him out of the equation!!!

    Jethro Warren grabs Christian Quinn and lifts him onto his shoulders for the "Fire Flosion" drop, but Carmine Reaper lands a running big boot into the face of Jethro Warren just as he's about to finish it off. Carmine Reaper then grabs Christian Quinn for his running powerslam finisher, but Quinn slides off the back and shoves Carmine chest first into the turnbuckle. He then runs off the ropes and as Carmine turns, has to leap up for the larger opponent and connect with his "Thor's Hammer" clothesline from hell!!! Carmine is taken down with sincere force and Christian Quinn pulls both legs back for a technical pinfall that any high school wrestling coach would commend!
    (.................1...................2....................3!)

    Winner: "The Instant Classic" Christian Quinn


    The crowd has finally hit 100 percent, with more people walking around and some even choosing the "standing room only" option for the show. A video package airs hyping the FWA Undisputed World Championship match between Ryan Hall, Stu St. Clair and Gabrielle. Another video airs highlighting the FWA's fallout with the PWS Network and Jimmy King and the Clique Wrestling Alliance's takeover.





    Lord Vincent Takaab Blackbird vs Alexander Sokolov

    Lindsay Monahan: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is the Main Event of the Preshow for FWA's Trial By Fire PPV. Introducing first, representing the BIRD Empire and being accompanied to the ring by his bodyguard River and his girlfriend Amber. He is none other then Lord Vincent Takaab Blackbird.

    "Ameno" by Era plays as the crowd sings along to it and then cheer loudly when they hear the roaring of two motorcycles as Vincent comes out on his motorcycle with Amber sitting behind him and River comes out on his own motorcycle. They circle the ring before parking their motorcycles by the entrance ramp facing the way they came out. Vincent takes off his helmet as Amber and River get off of the motorcycles. Amber takes off her helmet causing a few guys to whistle at her, she then takes Vincent's helmet as he gets off off the motorcycle. Vincent looks at River who nods and then he looks at Amber and kisses her before running and sliding into the ring.

    Lindsay Monahan: And his opponent, coming all the way from Moscow, Russia and weighing in at 187 lbs, Alexander Sokolov.[/color] [color=green]Banshee OST by Methodic Doubt plays as an Astero drives out from the back. Several Russian men in suits come out of the car and form a protection circle around Sokolov as he gets out of the Astero. They make their way to the ring and stand ready while Sokolov gets into the ring.

    The referee signals for the bell as Sokolov and Vincent charge at each other. They exchange blows before Vincent ducks a right and hits a Belly-to-Back Suplex and tries to follow it up by locking in a ground "Bite of the Dragon" but Sokolov rolls out of it. The two men have a stare down before circling each other, then as they lock up Vincent gets in several Backhand Chops sending Sokolov to the ropes. Vincent flings Sokolov off of the ropes and charges after him looking to hit the "Clan Blackbird" early on only for Sokolov to rebound off of the ropes and connecting with a Springboard Spinning Back Kick taking Vincent down. Sokolov then kicks Vincent while he is down specifically going after Vincent's shoulders and arms hoping to weaken them thus limiting the strength of Vincent's finishers. Sokolov then picks Vincent up hitting a snapmare followed by a Kick to Vincent's head. Sokolov climbs to the top rope and looks to hit a Top Rope Single Leg Drop only for Vincent to roll out of the way causing Sokolov to land hard on his butt. As Sokolov gets up, Vincent hits a standing dropkick then climbs to the top rope and goes for a Diving Spear transitioning into an Alabama Slam but as he has Sokolov into the Alabama Slam position, Sokolov blocks by countering into a Crucifix Headscissors. Sokolov quickly goes to cover Vincent who kicks out at 2. Sokolov picks Vincent up and hits the "Red Eye" then follows it up by locking in the Dragon Sleeper. Vincent slowly gets up as Sokolov wrenches the hold in forcing Vincent to drop to a knee. Vincent then quickly stands up and falls backwards landing on Sokolov hard causing Sokolov to release the hold. While both men are down, the referee begins the 10 count.

    1... 2... 3... 4... 5...

    Both men start to move towards the ropes using it to stand up.

    6... 7... 8...

    Using the ropes both guys make it to their feet ending the 10 count. Vincent charges at Sokolov hitting a running DDT followed by a Short-Arm Clothesline. Vincent covers Sokolov whom kicks out at 2. Vincent picks Sokolov up and sends him into the corner and follows it up by an elbow smash to the back of Sokolov's head. Vincent holds onto Sokolov's head and walks backward before hitting a sliced bread #2. The referee forces Vincent back as he checks on Sokolov. Sokolov starts getting up only for Vincent to nail Sokolov with a punt to his head. Vincent picks Sokolov up and hits the Wrath of the BIRD Empire followed by the "Blackbird Dragon" causing Sokolov to tap out.

    Winner by Submission: Lord Vincent Takaab Blackbird

    Vincent releases the hold then signals to River and Amber. River nails the Russians bodyguards with a steel chair while Amber pulls a table out from under then ring then slides it into the ring. Amber then tosses a bottle of vodka and a lighter to Vincent. Vincent puts the vodka and the lighter into one of his side pockets then sets the table up. Vincent looks over at Sokolov who is still down, then pours the vodka onto the table, drinks some of the vodka before lighting the table on fire with the lighter. Vincent tosses the vodka bottle back to Amber then goes over and scares the referee out of the ring. Vincent picks Sokolov up onto his shoulders and gets ready to hit the "Wrath of the BIRD Empire" sending Sokolov through the burning table. Only Jethro Warren jumps the barricade from the crowd, slides into the ring and hits Vincent's back with his own steel chair. Jethro fends off River as Sokolov comes to, and as Jethro turns to see if Sokolov is up, River got onto the ring apron. Jethro nails River with the steel chair causing him to fall to the floor below and Amber looks on in horror as Jethro picks Vincent up and into position to hit the Fire-Flowsion. Jethro tells Sokolov to go up to the top turnbuckle and Sokolov realizes what Jethro has in mind, climbs the turnbuckle. Jethro hits part of the "Fire-Flowsion" but holds onto Vincent while his back is over the burning table. Sokolov nails the "Iron Curtain" completing Jethro's "Fire-Flowsion" finisher and causing Vincent to go through the blazing table. Sokolov checks to make sure his feet aren't on fire as Jethro walks over to him and raises Sokolov's hands up as "Banshee OST" by Methodic Doubt plays and Amber gets into the ring with a fire blanket and helps the EMT's put the fire that is on Vincent's back out. Vincent screams in pains as the Preshow comes to a close.

    Fade To Black

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    Re: Trial By Fire 2013 results (three parts)

    The Clique Wrestling Alliance and Jimmy King present..




    The Fantasy Wrestling Alliance's
    TRIAL BY FIRE 2013

    Live from the Hammerstein Ballroom
    Manhattan, N.Y.

    December, 15, 2013

    Cheap pyrotechnics shoot to the rafters as the thousands of fans packing the Hammerstein Ballroom roar with approval!!! Many fans are holding signs in anticipation for the show. Some of them read: "WOLF will devour PAJ"; "Kennedy is scared of THUNDERstorms"; "Snakes, Kings and Goddesses"; "Don't trust Princeton"; and "I thought Carmine Reaper still owned the FWA, lol." Another fan has an "FWA > CWA" sign and many fans are chanting "FWA! FWA! FWA" as loud as possible to the point it becomes aggravating to the announcers, all CWA employees.

    Clint Shephard: It's a raucous, dirty, trashy atmosphere inside the Hammerstein Ballroom! Welcome all you worthless losers who have nothing better to do on a Sunday night than watch a Fantasy Wrestling Alliance Pay-Per-View! My name is Clint Shephard. Sitting next to me is Tim Sullivan! This is our first ever FWA PPV and the card is stacked full of mediocrity!


    Tim Sullivan: I'm anxious to see a few of the matches. We have some real talent in the FWA. Guys who are being wasted. Guys like PAJ, Drew Stevenson, Ryan Hall, Chris Kennedy and even Whyte Thunder. Jethro Warren, who was in action on the YouTube preshow, is another. But everyone else, including that punk named WOLF, needs to rot away wrestling in the garages. That's what the FWA is.

    Jim Taylor: Drew Stevenson challenges Jayson Shephard, who thinks he's a God or something, for the X-Division Championship. Sarah Wolf, Saddle Sally and Shannon O'Neal will compete for the Women's Championship in a match absolutely no one gives a shit about. WOLF and PAJ battle with the hopeful scenario that if WOLF loses, he no longer can challenge for the FWA Undisputed World Championship. Shane McLean and Ryan Rondo go toe to toe in a title unification match because the FWA absolutely DOES NOT need two mid-card championships. Whyte Thunder and Chris Kennedy could tear the roof down as Kennedy shows why he was signed by Jimmy King in the first place. And in the World title match, Ryan Hall, one of King's allies and easily the best wrestler in this company, defends against Stu St. Clair — who is a dinosaur — and a WOMAN...Gabrielle. A WOMAN! This is the type of crap the FWA puts out. Women in the main event. It makes zero sense.

    Tim Sullivan: Starting the show, though, is Thomas Princeton against "The Monster" Mac Michaud. We saw Mac get nearly fired by Jimmy King and then not fired. We really don't know what is going on with him. For Princeton, we know he is acting as some sort of half-friend, half-bodyguard for Shane McLean and even protected Shane from a pissed off Mac last week on Fight Night. And that is how this match came to be.



    WiThomas Princeton vs. "The Monster" Mac Michaud

    "The Orange Man" by James Newton Howard plays over the speakers and the crowd cheers as Thomas Princeton comes down the entrance ramp, he grins at the crowd. He points to some attractive lady fans as he climbs into the ring and showboats a bit, in a charming way. Then he waits and "I stand alone" by Godsmack blasts into the arena and the crowd starts booing as a very mean looking Mac comes out and marches his way towards the ring. Mac climbs into the ring and stares down Tom. There is a brief moment where Tom's face reads fear, then the ring bell sounds.

    Mac charges Tom and back Tom into the turnbuckle then he proceeds to hit Tom with some hard jabs. Tom tries to block, but Tom has never been the boxing type and Mac is getting in some strong blows. Tom is obviously dazed and Mac seizes control of this and grabs Tom and tosses him into the middle of the mat. Tom rolls to his feet but he's not fast enough and Mac connects early with a big boot to the face. Tom falls to his back on the mat. Mac stalks Tom as Tom tries to regain his bearings.

    Mac goes for a grapple but Tom manages to knock Mac's arms away then locks up with Mac. Tom and Mac are locked in a power struggle but Mac wins out and Irish whips Tom off the ropes then hits Tom with a quick clothesline. Tom's lip is bleeding he holds it in his hand, he's got anger in his eyes. Mac goes for a grapple but Tom counters out of it and elbows Mac in the jaw then knees him in the gut for a quick arm drag. Mac and Tom lock up once more but this time Tom is ready and delivers an unorthodox European uppercut.

    Tom strikes Mac with some kicks to the legs and then a sloppy roundhouse kick. Mac is stunned but does not fall. Tom goes for a spear but Mac knows that move all to well and knees Tom in the skull. Tom stumbles back, keeping his balance but just long enough for Mac to grab him and toss him to the ropes. Tom can't stop himself and runs right into a spinebuster from Mac! Mac covers 1...2...Tom kicks out!

    Tom is really shaken up from that sequence. Mac grabs Tom by the shoulder and then puts him in a headlock. Tom is in trouble, hes passing out. But the crowd gets Tom back into it and Tom gets to his feet and then elbows Mac off him then grabs him for a reverse Russian leg sweep! Mac is on the mat and Tom uses this chance to catch his breath. Mac gets to his feet and spins around to throw a few jabs at Tom. Tom ducks both jabs and then kicks Mac in the gut and hits a shoulder suplex. Mac gets up looking dazed Tom grabs Mac and Irish whips him into the turnbuckle, then Tom connects with a running big boot. Mac stumbles out of the turnbuckle and Tom locks Mac into his Two Weeks Notice finisher! Mac is struggling, but his strength wins out and he powers out of the hold then elbows Tom in the throat!

    Tom holds his neck in pain and looks to be in major trouble. Mac then hits Tom with a powerful suplex powerslam! Mac covers Tom 1...2...Tom gets his shoulder up. Mac is ready to end this. Mac goes to the corner and aims at Tom for his finisher Killshot (punt kick) Tom doesn't seem to know what's about to happen. He starts to try and get up, Mac rushes in for the kill shot but Tom rolls out of the way and out of the ring in the nick of time. The crowd cheers. Mac stays in the ring but leans over to berate Tom. Tom sees his chance and leaps up and pulls Mac neck first onto the top ropes, Mac stumbles back. Tom slides back into the ring and then with a running leap hits a kinetic BTY Clothesline! Right into the already sensitive neck of Mac Michaud! Tom hooks the leg 1...2....3! The arena cheers as Tom gets to his feet and gets his arm raised.

    Winner: Thomas Princeton via pinfall





    Tim Sullivan: Two friends in the women's division and even tag team partners became rivals as Shannon O'Neal won the No. 1 contenders match and then Saddle Sally earned a spot with a time limit draw a week ago on Fight Night. Honestly, there are only like five or six female wrestlers in the FWA and this match stinks to high heavens.



    FWA Womens Championship match:
    Shannon O' Neal vs. Saddle Sally vs. Sarah Wolf (c)

    Shannon O' Neal enters first to a nice pop from the crowd. The cute and alluring blonde ever grows her fanbase by strutting to the ring, it's showy but it's also focused and intense. She climbs into the ring and starts jogging in place to keep her muscles revved for the match to come. Saddle Sally enters next to a nice pop as well. She flexes her muscles in both an endearing manner but also in a show of her strength and determination. Sarah Wolf is the last to come out with the title belt around her sexy waist she gets the biggest pop of all the competitors as she walks into the ring with ice in her eyes and in her veins as she steps into the ring. The women all shake hands in a show of respect, the ring bell then sounds, and the match is on the way.

    The three women hesitate for a moment but then Sarah runs forward and does a split missile drop kick to connect with both Sally and O' Neal and knocks them to the ground. Sarah is off to a hot start. Sally and O' Neal are both to their feet quickly. Sally and Shannon look at each other and then grin. Sarah realizes what's about to happen but it's too late; Sally and O' Neal both double clothesline Sarah hard to the mat. The tag team of Sally and O' Neal definitely know how to work together and they are going to make Sarah's life miserable every moment she is inside this ring. O' Neal Irish whips Sarah into the turnbuckle Sally connects with a spear to the guy of Sarah. Sarah is still slumped in the corner. O' Neal then rushes in and hits Sarah with a big running bulldog! Sarah is laid out on the mat. Sally and O' Neal high five each other, then Sally props Sarah up as O' Neal goes off the ropes and delivers a hard kick to the chest of Sarah sending her back onto the mat quick. The commentators mention how this match was basically booked as a handicap match as Sally and O' Neal are so close and Sally has never had warm feelings towards Sarah. No chance for any feigned alliances here.

    Sarah holds her chest while she rolls on the mat. Sally grabs Sarah by the hair and forces her to her feet, Sally then kicks Sarah in the gut and hits her with a chickenwing suplex. Sally hooks the leg 1...2 Sarah kicks out. Sally gets up and steps back to allow O' Neal to take advantage. O' Neal waits for Sarah to try and stand to hit her with a modified baseball slide that puts Sarah face first onto the mat once more. Then Shannon O' Neal grabs Sarah Wolf and locks in a ground side headlock. Sarah in trouble, Sally watches but Sarah is close enough to the ropes to get her foot on the rope. The ref tells O' Neal to release the hold 1...2.. O' Neal releases the hold, Sarah gets to her feet, the ref allowing her to have some space. Sarah holds her red neck in pain. O' Neal charges at Sarah but Sarah flips O' Neal off her and over the top ropes. O' Neal crashes to the mat below. The commentary notes how O' Neal's inexperience allowed her to fall for that setup. Sally and Sarah lock up, Sally looks to be winning the test of strength at first but then Sarah fights with a knee to Sally's got and then a few chops to the chest. Sarah then grabs Sally and hits her with an elbow strike, then Sarah goes off the ropes and hits Sally with a spinning neckbreaker. Sally holds her head in pain as she slams onto the mat.

    Sarah is back in the driver's seat that quickly. She goes off the ropes for another attempted move, but makes the mistake of going off the side where O' Neal was tossed over and O' Neal grabs Sarah's ankles and pulls her down onto the mat face first. Sarah is now bleeding from the nose. The crowd "ooos" feeling Sarah's pain as the blood drips out. Sarah gets up just as O' Neal is rushing into the ring and tackles Sarah to the ground and starts clubbing Sarah with some forearms. Sarah kicks O' Neal off her and steadies herself but now both Sally and O' Neal are back on their feet. And Sarah can do nothing to stop then as O' Neal grabs Sarah and holds her as Sally comes and the two women lift Sarah up for a double vertical suplex! Sarah lands hard onto her back. Sally nods her head at O' Neal and O' Neal covers Sarah 1...2...Sarah kicks out! Sarah looks out of it, but the crowd is really into the match. O' Neal and Sally whisper something to each other, it looks like they are going to try something nasty. Sarah gets to her feet and Sally comes from behind and hits an inverted backbreaker. Sarah stays on her feet but holds her lower back in pain, that's when O' Neal flies in and hits Sarah with a running backbreaker.

    Sarah screams out in pain, Sally goes and locks Sarah into a reverse chin lock. Sarah looks ready to tap any moment but won't tap. Then in an incredibly flexible move Sarah rolls herself in and kicks Sally in the jaw by flipping herself onto her back. She then rolls Sally into an inside cradle pin 1...2...O' Neal knees Sarah off of Sally before a pinfall can occur. The commentators note that O' Neal's tactic there would have been illegal in a tag team match or an tag handicap match but since this is a triple threat it's perfectly legal. Sarah holds her side in pain. As she gets to her feet Sally stalks her for an Elk's Horn she goes to grab Sarah but Sarah sees it coming and delivers an elbow to Sally's collarbone. Then grabs Sally for a quick DDT before O' Neal can respond. Sarah tries to roll out of the way but it's too late as O' Neal stomps on her leg and then drops an elbow to Sarah's skull. Sally and O' Neal grab Sarah and double Irish whip her off the ropes then deliver two double big boots to her chest. Sarah flips and flops onto the mat. She looks to be out cold. Sally motions to O' Neal, O' Neal goes to the top rope for a flying clothesline. She's ready for it as Sally grabs Sarah and puts Sarah to her feet. Sarah's eyes are slits, O' Neal leaps off the top turnbuckle; at the last moment Sarah twists Sally right into the path of the clothesline. Sally is leveled by the hit from O' Neal. O' Neal is to her feet and looks at Sally in shock, that's just long enough to take her eyes off Sarah whose now ready with her finisher Slice Bread No. 2! Sarah hooks the leg 1...2...3! Sally can't reach Sarah in time, Sarah has survived and is still the champion. Sarah rolls out of the ring while Sally tends to the beat up O' Neal. Sarah holds her title over her head in victory and the crowd cheers for both Sarah and the great match they just saw.

    Winner And STILL FWA Womens Champion: "The Foxxy One" Sarah Wolf via pinfall



    We cut to the cold eyes of the one known simply as Wolf. It looks like he is going to explode with anger in any moment when he is stopped by his friend Ashley O' Ryan.


    Ashley O' Ryan: I thought we were on the same page 'ere.


    Wolf tries to go past him, but Ashley grabs his shoulder.


    Ashley O' Ryan: I told you that we are in this together as a team and there should be no loners. You went out there and you assaulted Jimmy King?! You gave that man the reason 'e needs to terminate yer bloody contract on the spot. The FWA needs you roit now, Wolf. I know PAJ got under yer skin but you need to wake up and win this match for the FWA. If you let yer anger cost you the match it will be slap in the face of everyone who loves the the FWA. It's a slap in the face of men loik Sean Kelleher, it's a slap in the face of Gabrielle and it's a slap in the face of me! WAKE UP! I am not asking you to calm down and beat PAJ I am telling you to.


    Wolf takes a deep breath.


    Wolf: You sound weird, but you are right. I need to do that and you need to make a decision if you want to be part of Vodka and Venom with Stu or to be part of this team with me and Gabrielle.


    We go back to the ring.


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    Tim Sullivan: Jayson Gryphon has managed to hold onto the X-Division championship for around five months. He has swatted back challenger after challenger. However, he never has defended the belt against a former X-Division champion. Drew Stevenson won a No. 1 contenders match and has promised the world to return "true wrestling" to the once-proud FWA and to do away with the X-Division's tradition of extreme wrestling, hardcore environments and out-of-the-box match stipulations. Jason Gryphon versus Drew Stevenson. A clash of personalities. A clash of wrestling styles. A clash of traditions. One championship hangs high above in a Ladder match.

    X-Division Championship Ladder match:
    "Living Mythology" Jason Gryphon vs. "The Emerald" Drew Stevenson


    Drew Stevenson enters first to a lot of heat from the crowd, there is the sound of whistling but those sounds are reserved for the manager of Drew: Lucy Pinder who while dressed conservatively still is giving off a sexy vibe. Jason Gryphon comes out next he looks intense and focused as he steps into the ring. Both men look up at the X title hanging above the ring. Their immediate career paths will be decided tonight. The ring bell sounds and the two men stalk each other for a moment then Drew showing his aggressive nature charges Gryphon with some hard jabs and kicks to the side. Jason struggles to defend himself against the onslaught from the more muscular Drew. Drew is in control and takes Jason down MMA style and starts hitting some mounted punches. As Drew stands to his feet he stomps on Jason's gut. Jason holds his stomach in pain.

    Drew waits patiently for Jason to get to his feet then grabs Jason for a suplex but Jason slips out of it and counters it into a swingfall DDT. Jason then puts Drew in a head scissors lock. Drew fights it, but Jason eventually has to release the hold. It's a ladder match, there are no pinfalls or submissions. One must reach the belt in order to claim victory. Jason realizes that this feat will be harder than he thought, you can read it on his face as Drew begins to regain himself. Drew's stamina is amazing, but Jason is no slouch either. Drew is getting to his feet when Jason goes off the ropes and hits a spinning side slam. Drew looks to be in pain, Jason sees it as an early chance and starts setting up the ladder in the middle of the ring but Drew is already up and knocks Jason down with a running lariat. Drew stomps on Jason a few times for good measure then forces Jason to his feet so he can grab him and hit a reverse suplex. Drew begins to climb the ladder, he scales it fairly quickly but Jason is up and pushes the ladder down.

    Drew goes flying and crashes into the barricade. The fans who dislike him pour soda and beer onto the already hurting superstar. Lucy comes over to tend to Drew and starts to motivate him to get up. Jason sees this opportunity and sets up the ladder. As he sets up the ladder Drew limps to his feet and climbs the ladder as well. The two men meet at the top of the ladder and trade blows with each other. Each man trying to knock the other one off. But to no avail. Then Jason grabs Drew and the two of them fly off the ladder and crash onto the mat below. Both men are in extreme pain from the fall. Eventually both men are two their feet they lock up. Drew is winning the test of strength but then Jason headbutts Drew and grabs him for a reverse atomic drop. Jason goes off the ropes and connects with his finisher The Lion's Lariat! Jason catches his breath and then begins to climb the ladder, Drew is laying on the mat in pain from the violent match he's been in. It seems nothing will stop the hurting Jason from reaching the top.

    Suddenly "Stone Sour" plays over the speakers. Jason pauses, that's Ryan Hall's music. Is he about to come out? Nobody comes out but the music keeps playing. Jason is so perplexed he loses focus long enough for Drew to scale the ladder and yank Jason violently to the mat!!!!!

    Jason twists and contorts on the mat in unexpected pain. Drew steps out of the ring and takes one of the ring announcer's chairs and climbs back into the ring. Jason is standing up but unable to defend himself as Drew delivers a devastating chairshot to Jason's skull! Drew admires his handy work as the clearly unconscious Jason lays on the mat. Drew then runs up the ladder and unhooks the belt! He is the new champion!!!!

    Winner and NEW X Title Champion: "The Emerald" Drew Stevenson via stipulation

    Drew comes off the ropes and hugs Lucy Pinder as the two celebrate and laugh in the face of Jason as they exit together up the entrance ramp.







    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall.


    The fans cheer, the cheering quickly turns to boos, however.






    Blue and white strobe lights fill the arena as a wall of smoke fires up from the floor of the stage, covering the entrance from view. The guitar riff increases as the drums filter in and the song erupts into the chorus of "Hail to the King" plays and PAJ bursts through the smoke and out onto the stage. Full of energy and already sporting an arrogant smirk. he runs a hand through his hair as the fans boo viciously.


    Lindsay Monahan: Now making his way to the ring... he is "The Last Great Englishman"... PAJ!


    He shoots a grin at the camera as it zooms in on his face momentarily, as he begins down the ramp toward the ring. He looks at the fans with utter disgust, taunting them as he moves along. Halfway down, he breaks into a sprint and slides in under the bottom rope, where he pauses in the center of the ring, glaring at the announcer's table. The audience continues to boo, but PAJ thrives off of it as he gets to his feet and heads for the corner. He climbs up the turnbuckle and grins out over the audience as the music fades out.


    Tim Coleman: Now there is a man that personifies the word: "Confidence."


    Clint Shephard: I would say: "Arrogance."


    Tim Coleman: He is ready for this match, he is ready for the next step and he is my pick for this match.


    The fans continue to boo, until the lights in the arena fade to crimson...





    Wolf steps out onto the stage, a cigarette in his fingers. He takes a long drag off his smoke, then drops it. He stamps it out with his boot as he exhales through his nose. He whips his arm up, his hand contorted into "Devil Horns". An explosion of flame erupts around him.


    Lindsay Monahan: And now, his opponent... WOLF... and if he doesn't win he will never challenge for the FWA Undisputed championship ever again.!


    Jim Taylor: And there he is!


    Clint Shephard: The man is ready. He's focused, you can see it.


    Piers Gallagher: Wolf may have the power, but PAJ has the heart. Look at him! He was smoking on the way to the ring! He's gonna run out of gas. Period.


    Clint Shephard: Piers, I am convinced Wolf bleeds Nicotine. I think you're grasping here.


    Wolf has already broken into a determined stride toward the ring. Wolf walks up the steps, turning to the crowd, giving the horns once more. The fans erupt.


    Clint Shephard: Well we're about to get underway, the betting windows are closed you two... Lets see how it plays out!


    The two men meet in the center of the ring. The ref pats them down for illegal objects and explains the rules. The bell rings and the ref is forced to practically dive away. Wolf comes at PAJ harder and faster than the man expected.


    Wolf vs. PAJ

    If Wolf doesn't win he will never challenge for the FWA's Undisputed Championship ever again.


    Wolf uses all his weight and force to put PAJ to the mat raining down lefts and rights, much to the crowds enjoyment. The cheering and punching go on for a few moments until Wolf is satisfied. When he is, he throws his head back, whipping his long black hair behind him and hops to his feet. Wolf throws his arms into the air, the fans crescendo. PAJ, ever the opportunist, rolls onto his stomach and slides himself behind WOlf. He throws his arm up... DING... Hoss doubles over from the stiff forearm to the crotch. Wasting no time, PAJ rolls him over into a school-boy cradle, the ref slides in for the count.


    1...
    KICKOUT!


    Clint Shephard: Wolf starting this one with a bang, but PAJ is looking to close-up early.


    The men separate. Wolf and PAJ are in opposite corners. Both shouting inaudible insults at one another, the fans start to chant in whole: "WOLF-WOLF-WOLF-WOLF-WOLF!" Wolf points at PAJ, then motions to the crowd. PAJ just gives Wolf the finger. Wolf stomps his way, PAJ is ready, the two lock-up. Another display of power by Wolf as he simply shoves PAJ off, into the ropes. PAJ comes back, Wolf drops him with a clothesline. His bell is rung, but that doesn't stop PAJ. He rolls out of harms way and gets back to his feet. His eyes dart as he realizes he has the distance. PAJ sprints, lowers his shoulder, Wolf turns... springboard moonassault! Wolf goes to the mat hard. Writhing in pain, he holds his ribs. It was a direct hit. PAJ goes to the ropes once again, and drops, Baseball-sliding into Wolf's face. Hopping to his feet, he immediately drops a knee into Wolf's throat. PAJ takes a couple steps back as the fans boo, he's setting up for Wolf's Spear. Wolf is on one knee; PAJ grasps the top rope with one hand and motions Wolf up with the other. Wolf picks himself up, PAJ is about to launch... Wolf sidesteps, but PAJ conects with PAJle kick instead. Wolf is on the mat again. PAJ flips the bird to the booing mob. As if on cue, Wolf grabs him and rolls him up in a school-boy cover of his own!


    1...
    KICKOUT!


    Clint Shephard: A quick roll-up, couldn't get it done!


    The men separate, but not for long. Wolf is back on him, delivering more heavy hands. He fights PAJ into the corner, then grabs his arm and pulls him out. Putting him back down with another clothesline, but he doesn't let go of the arm. Wolf pulls PAJ back up, another clothesline. Back up, a third. Up again, and this time he lets go of the arm, but puts all of his force into the lariat. Wolf goes down on his stomach next to PAJ. Rolling himself on top of PAJ, Wolf grabs the leg:


    1...
    2...
    KICKOUT!




    Wolf picks PAJ up, then throws him into the ropes. Wolf catches him on the way back with a Tilt-A-Whirl Backbreaker. Wolf goes to the legs, grabs then rolls PAJ over in Boston Crab. PAJ cries out as Wolf sets all his weight down on his lower back. PAJ gets to ropes and Wolf releases the hold with no complaint or hesitation. Dropping the legs, PAJ is left on the mat holding his back. Wolf just walks to his side and begins to stomp on the PAJ's lower back. When he tires of this, Wolf goes to the head, picking PAJ back up. Wolf wraps his arms around PAJ, then picks him up and SQUEEZES him hard in a Bearhug.


    Clint Shephard: Wolf, focusing on the lower-back of PAJ.


    Tim Coleman: A submission is just as good as a pin.


    Jim Taylor: He just wants to hurt, PAJ.


    Wolf positions his hold so he continues to focus on the lower back. PAJ cries out once again, but this time manages to muster some fight. He punches Wolf once, twice, three times! He pulls his arm back for a fourth, but Wolf just SQUEEEEZES! Forcing PAJ to open his hand and hold his arm out as he cries out in pain once again. Mustering more of that will, PAJ SLAM both of hand onto the sides of Wolf head. Another squeeze, another holler of pain, just before he PAJ goes limp... The ref, asking if PAJ wanted to tap through the whole ordeal now goes to lift PAJ's arm.


    He lifts it once, it drops...


    He lifts it again, it drops...


    He lifts it one last time, it drops... BUT STOPS!


    Tim Coleman: THERE IT IS! THERE IS THE WILL TO WIN!


    Clint Shephard: Settle down, Tim! It's not over yet!


    Piers Gallagher: And now he's fighting back!


    There isn't any "Hulking-up" here, PAJ starts swinging! Landing lefts and rights to either side of Wolf's head. Wolfsqueezes once more, but that only slows them down. PAJ seems to be on the precipice of a second-wind. Wolf obviously senses it, so he takes a few steps foreword, attempting to turn the Bearhug into a slam of some kind. Just as Wolf is about to seal the deal, PAJ rakes his eyes. This causes Wolf to stumble. It's enough time for PAJ to get his arm over the back of Wolf's head, forcing it down. He lets Wolf fall foreword, turning it into a DDT! Both men lay flat. The referee starts the count.


    1..
    2..
    3..
    4..
    5..
    6..


    They begin to stir


    7..
    8..


    PAJ rolls off and looks to get to his feet, favoring his lower back. Wolflays there for a moment, then rolls to his side, attempting the same thing.

    9..


    Both men get to their feet. Without hesitation, they charge one another, PAJ goes low-- seemingly expecting Wolf to try for another clothesline. He doesn't. instead, Wolf gets his leg half-way up- most likely for a big-boot- but manages to have his knee collide with PAJ's face. PAJ goes to the side. Wolf goes on the offensive. He slings PAJ into the ropes, connecting this time, with a big-boot. Wolf roars to the crowd!


    Tim Coleman: This man can't afford to waste his time with these people! You guy is giving this one away, Clint.


    Clint Shephard: He knows what he's doing.


    The crowd roars back! PAJ is slowly getting to his feet, shaking out the stars. Wolf takes full advantage, picking him back up, Wolf drops him back down with a DDT. PAJ, rolls to his back, Wolf is climbing the turnbuckle. Reaching the top, he stops, raising his arm slowly. He flashes the "Devil Horns" just before leaping off, he readies himself for an elbow-drop. But PAJ is waiting, PAJ gets his knees up. Wolf lands on them, rolling to his side holding his ribs once again. PAJ goes to the ropes, Wolf gets to a knee. But he's still at the right height. PAJ comes back and catches him with a swinging neck-breaker.Wolf is back down. PAJ is paint-brushing the big man's head. Wolf's arm whips up, his hand wraps around PAJ's throat. PAJ grabs his wrist and kicks his in the ribs, keeping him on his hands and knees. Wolf pulls away to grab his side, PAJ goes to the ropes. This time Wolf catches him and tosses him over, text-book German Suplex.


    Jim Taylor: A desperation maneuver pays off... Can he capitalize?


    Wolf goes for a spear, but PAJ counters with a leg lariat. Wolf is in trouble as PAJ backs up into the corner and takes aim, watching Wolf slowly push himself up onto all fours and the PAJ comes rushing out of the corner with punt right to the side of the skull! Wolf's head flops down on the canvas after the impact and PAJ stumbles back against the ropes, sizing up Wolf for the kill. He grabs Wolf by the hair, struggling to pick the dead-weight Wolf up off the mat and move him into position. Wolf begins to stir, but PAJ hits the SUPERKICK! The crowd roars and PAJ goes for the cover...


    1...
    2...


    WOLF KICKS OUT!


    Jim Taylor: Wolf kicked out after the Superkick and the PAJ is in shock! He can't believe it! This is the iron will of Wolf! This man will not quit, he will not lay down for anybody!


    Clint Shephard: Get up! Get off the mat and get back in the fight! Come on!


    PAJ stomps Wolf a couple more times, then picks him up and goes for another Superkick but Wolf ducksout of it! PAJ buries the knee to the body, then delivers a pair of snapping right hands then knock PAJ back against the ropes. PAJ runs at him, but Wolf ducks under and sends PAJ over the top rope to the floor with a back body drop! Wolf drops down to one knee, trying to gather himself before he rolls to the outside and he begins ripping the mats up from the floor, exposing the concrete underneath! Wolf grabs the PAJ and drags him to the exposed area and Wolf goes for the FINAL HOWL on the concrete! Wolf gets him up but the PAJ drives his knee down into Wolf's skull once...twice...three times and Wolf has to abandon the attempt. PAJ grabs Wolf by the hair, but Wolf nails him with a shot to the gut and he sets PAJ up for a FINAL HOWL right onto the concrete floor! PAJ's down! Wolf is down! And the referee has begun the count!


    1...


    2...


    Jim Taylor: Both men are down and out, and the referee has started his count!


    Tim Coleman: What happens if they're both counted out?


    3...


    4...


    Piers Gallagher: Wolf has to win in order for him to challenge for the title again. If it ends in a draw it is a loss for Wolf.


    5...


    6...


    Wolf begins to stir on the floor...


    7...


    8...


    Wolf slowly pushing himself up onto all fours...


    9...


    The referee is about to count the ten, but he is stopped by clapping and stomping that fills the arena. The referee is looking around at the screaming mob until Wolf starts getting up to his feet. Wolf picks PAJ up with a military press, tossing him back into the ring over the middle rope! Wolf slowly climbs into the ring and he grabs PAJ by the hair and pulls him to his feet, connecting with several high-impact shots before he goes downstairs with a boot to the gut and Wolf goes for the Powerbomb, but the PAJ counters and drops down behind him and goes for a schoolboy and Wolf rolls through and nails PAJ in the face with a sharp kick! Wolf wipes the blood out of his face and he picks PAJ up and delivers a tiger bomb. PAJ's down and Wolf heads to the corner, climbing to the outside and up to the top rope! The fans roar and the cameras flash as Wolf dives off with Moonassault but PAJ rolls out of the way! Wolf crashes and burns. Meeting again in the middle, they exchange blows. Wolf gets the better of the exchange, pounding PAJ down to a knee. Wolf goes to continue the assault, but is met with another stiff low-blow. Wolf doubles over, PAJ makes his move. Wolf goes to a knee, PAJ uses it for leverage and delivers a VICIOUS Enziguri. Wolf is rocker, the look on his face says he's dazed. But he doesn't go down. Still on a knee, Wolf's body subtly teeters back-and-forth. PAJ practically jumps up to the top rope. He dives as fast as he gets up there, head first. In a flash, Wolf stands and catches him in position and hurls him over with THE SPEAR! Dropping on top of PAJ, Wolf again rains down the lefts and rights.


    Clint Shephard: SPEAR!


    Jim Taylor: I think he smells blood in the water...


    Piers Gallagher: Or the stench of his own B.S. Wolf needs to end this NOW if he thinks he's going to go for the Undisputed title ever again.


    He runs out of steam. Standing, leaning against the ropes, he keeps his eye on PAJ, then motions toward PAJ to get up. The crowd begins to clap and stomp. The two combine to will PAJ off the mat, albeit very slowly. Eventually the man gets to his feet, his back to Wolf. PAJ stumbles around to find Wolf in his face. Wolf gives him the finger, then punches him square in the teeth. PAJ's head rocks back, Wolf kicks him in the gut. PAJ doubles over. Wolf grabs him, puts him vertical... FINAL HOWL! Wolf rolls on top of PAJ and scoops the leg.


    1...
    2...
    3!!!

    Winner: Wolf


    Tim Coleman: NO!


    Clint Shephard: Game, set and match... Told'ya so!


    Jim Taylor: Wolf proves here tonight that he still has it.


    Broken Beat and Scarred starts to play again and Wolf is back on his feet with smile on his face. "Survival" by Eminem hits the PA system and Jimmy King comes out to a chorus of boos. There are scratches and other visible wounds on his face after Wolf threw him through the window on last Fight Night.


    Jimmy King: Wolf, Wolf, Wolf. I'm not here for any personnal vendetta against here. I'm to do the right thing. I need to make sure that the right decision was made. And I think we all need to see a footage from the match.



    PAJ's down! Wolf is down! And the referee has begun the count!

    1...


    2...


    Jim Taylor: Both men are down and out, and the referee has started his count!


    Tim Coleman: What happens if they're both counted out?


    3...


    4...


    Piers Gallagher: Wolf has to win in order for him to challenge for the title again. If it ends in a draw it is a loss for Wolf.


    5...


    6...


    Wolf begins to stir on the floor...


    7...


    8...


    Wolf slowly pushing himself up onto all fours...


    9...


    The referee is about to count the ten, but he is stopped by clapping and stomping that fills the arena. The referee is looking around at the screaming mob.
    Jimmy King: As you can see the match should have ended right there, but the referee got distracted from his duties by the audience. In the interesst of fairness I'm revoking the referee's decision and this match is a DRAW. I apologize deeply from the bottom of my heart, Wolf, but you didn't win and that means that you will never challenge for the FWA Undisputed title ever again.


    Outside of the ring PAJ rises his hands in the air as a sign of victory.

    Winner: Draw by order of FWA's owner Jimmy King
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    Re: Trial By Fire 2013 results (three parts)

    Clint Shephard: For however many years — because I don't care enough to look it up — this company has lived with two mid-card championships. The North American title started first. The Television title came later. Now, we're going down to one because Jimmy King had the basic wisdom that apparently no one else in this company had for five years and saw no need for two mid-card belts.

    Piers Gallagher: I've been saying this since it happened.

    Jim Taylor: Jimmy King wants one of these belts burned. Ryan Rondo is the TV champion. Shane McLean is the North American Champion. Which one will be burned. Surely each won't burn his own belt.




    FWA North American Championship and FWA Television Championship Unification "Championship Inferno" match
    "The Ace of Diamonds" Shane McLean (North American Champion) vs. Ryan Rondo (Television Champion)


    The two men explode into action, taking lefts and rights to each other, with Rondo coming out on top to begin with. He lands a heavy right that staggers the elder Shane, laying into him with a middle kick just after. He knees Shane in the gut, then lands a solid suplex. Shane is up. Sshane sends Rondo into the ropes, attempting another clothesline. Rondo ducks it and takes out Shane’s knee with a reverse chop block. Rondo quickly gets to his feet and begins to stomp Shane’s chest, finally opting to lift him up. Shane counters with a punch to the torso, and lands a big jawbreaker. With Rondo on the mat, Shane decides to go for a ladder. He is almost through the second rope when Rondo grabs his foot, pulling and guillotining Shane on the rope. Sshane falls to the mat clutching his throat, while Rondo rolls out of the ring and grabs the ladder, sliding it into the ring. As he slides in, he catches a head kick from Shane, who had quickly rolled to his feet following the ladder entering the ring.


    Jim Taylor: He was just playing possum to trick Rondo into giving him the upper hand! A great tactic from the veteran McLean. Rondo could learn something!


    Shane picks up the ladder and attacks Rondo, slamming the steel ladder into his chest while he is down. Rondo clutches his chest while Shane lifts the ladder again. Rondo rolls out of the way and trips Shane, causing him to drop the ladder to the outside of the ring. Rondo gets to his feet and lifts Shane, attempting to irish whip him into the ropes. Shane reverses and whips Rondo, who ducks a clothesline and catches Shane in a belly-to-back suplex, dropping him back first onto the ladder outside of the ring.


    Clint Shephard: What a drop! Shane McLean could be seriously injured!


    Tim Coleman: That’s the point, brother! Rondo executed a perfect maneuver to secure his win. That’s how a champion does it!


    Rondo rolls out of the ring after his opponent, and he picks him up into a suplex and drops him on the guard rail. Fans touch Shane’s back while he hangs there, before Rondo kicks him in the head, dropping him off the rail. He lifts Shane and whips him into the corner post, with Shane meeting the steel head-first. He falls down and Rondo again lifts the ladder, sliding it into the ring. He slides in and sets up the ladder perfectly, then looks back at Shane on the floor. He starts to climb the ladder, looks back again, and climbs the turnbuckle instead.


    Jim Taylor: Rondo has decided to continue this match!


    Rondo jumps off the turnbuckle with his elbow exposed, and Shane rolls out of the way at the last second. Rondo crashes into the ground in a heap, and Shane capitalizes, running his head into the turnbuckle post. He repeats it, then rolls Rondo into the ring. He follows him in, and sets Rondo up in the turnbuckle before turning to break the ladder back down and lie it horizontally on the mat. He turns back to get Rondo only to meet a big right hand, which staggers him. Rondo ducks behind him and lands a reverse DDT onto the ladder. Shane crashes onto the ladder and rolls, appearing unconscious. Rondo lifts him up and sets up a RKO, dropping Shane on the mat. He sets the ladder up again and begins to climb it. Shane grabs his foot and pulls, causing Rondo’s chin to catch a rung, yanking his head back. Shane quickly gets to his feet and climbs the ladder, launching a leg-drop off the top of the ladder which crashes across Rondo’s chest. Shane lifts Rondo and drops him with a single punch. He turns to the ladder, and does what Rondo did. He looks at the belts, then back at Rondo, and decides to continue the match. He takes the ladder to the corner and sets it up, then returns to Shane. He whips him into the ladder and runs after him, intending to clothesline him into the steel. Rondo steps forward and catches Shane in a drop-toe hold, smashing him face-first into the ladder. He picks Shane up and repeatedly hammers into him with rights and lefts, using the ladder to hold Sshane erect. He turns and runs a short distance, coming back with a huge splash. Shane’s head lolls and he falls off the ladder. Rondo turns to pick Shane up to find him on his feet. Shane hits an elbow, and begins to dominate Rondo. He lands a snapmare onto the ladder and climbs the turnbuckle, launching off and landing an elbow drop onto Rondo’s gut, crashing into the ladder. As Rondo rolls of the ladder, Shane lifts it up, and goes across the ring, stalking Rondo and waiting for him to get up. As he does, Shane runs and uses the foot of the ladder to smash into Rondo’s face. Rondo falls to the ground with blood coming from a gash over his left eye. As Rondo lies there bleeding, Shane sets up the ladder. Rondo gets to his feet and the two have a standing battle, with Shane coming out on top this time. He hits an elbow to Rondo’s open wound, causing him to stumble backwards. Shane launches a standing clothesline, which Rondo counters, turning Shane into a DDT. He gets back to his feet and looks at the ladder lying off to the side, then back to Shane. He picks the ladder up, touches his bleeding face, then begins to hammer Shane’s face with the final step of the ladder, using the side opposite of the one Shane used to bust him open. After the third vicious smash, Shane’s nose begins to gush blood, and above his eye splits open. Rondo tosses the ladder off to the side, and begins to stomp on Shanes torso, finally lifting him. He nails another RKO, dropping the bleeding Shane in the center of the ring. He climbs the turnbuckle and hits an elbow drop, his elbow connecting with Shane’s rib cage.


    Jim Taylor: Rondo seems to have taken control of this match for good! Shane is looking pretty hurt out there!


    Rondo lifts him to his feet and chops him across the chest, which seems to wake Shane up. Rondo comes in with a right, and Shane blocks, instead getting his own right in. He kicks Shane in the stomach and drops him with a big DDT. He picks him back up and tosses him into the turnbuckle, getting off a superplex.


    Clint Shephard: What heart from Shane McLean! What a comeback!


    Jim Taylor: It isn’t over yet, Clint!


    Jimmy King appears on the stage once again and he makes his way to the ring.


    Clint Shephard: What is he doing here?


    Piers Gallagher: It's the boss. He can go wherever he wants to go.


    Tim Coleman: He came down to see one of the FWA belts burn!


    Shane picks Rondo up and tosses him out of the ring, then turns and sets the ladder up. As he climbs the ladder slowly, he reaches out and touches the belt. The fans cheer and Shane nods, beginning the fumble for the clasps. Rondo climbs onto the apron behind Shane and springboards into the ladder below him. Shane grasps the belt, which holds him fifteen feet in the air. Rondo crumbles to the floor, having used the tackle on the ladder in desperation. Blood still pours from his forehead. As he stirs, he sees Shane trying to undo the clasps on the belt, and he gets a surge of energy. He runs into the ropes, hoping to knock Shane off with his return momentum. Just as Rondo reaches him, Shane lets go of the belt, falling in front of Rondo. He launches a kick to his mid-section, and hits a LETHAL INJECTSHANE, dropping Shane onto the mat. He rolls Shane over and checks his consciousness. Satisfied, he sets the ladder up right over Rondo, with Rondo being in between the two legs, and he climbs it slowly. He reaches the belt, and as he does, Rondo ascends the ladder. The two battle at the top of the ladderwith Jimmy King laughing at ringside. Rondo stops and shows Shane a peace sign. Rondo screams at Jimmy King "We are not going to do what you want." Rondo unhooks the North American championship and hands it to Shane. He takes his Television championship and they both walk down the ladders.


    Jim Taylor: Ryan Rondo and Shane McLean refuse to burn a piece of our legacy.


    Piers Gallagher: The boss won't like this. Why can't these stubborn fools see the genius of Jimmy King.


    Jimmy King slides to the ring looking standing infront of the two bloody champions. Ryan Rondo rises his Television championship and Shane McLean rises his North American championship.


    BANG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Ryan Rondo nails Sshane McLean with RKO and Shane drops down with his North American championship. Jimmy King hands Ryan Rondo a lighter and Rondo sets his Television championship on fire in front of Jimmy King.


    Tim Coleman: RYAN RONDO IS THE THIRD MAN!!!! RYAN RONDO JUST JOINED JIMMY KING'S REGIME!!!!


    Piers Gallghar: RYAN RONDO IS THE THIRD MAN!!!!! I can't believe this.


    Clint Shephard: Ryan Rondo just turned his back to the FWA.


    Jim Taylor: On this day Ryan Rondo went rotten....


    Winner and the new North American champion Ryan Rondo


    Ryan Rondo takes the North Aamerican championship covered with Shane McLean's blood and he walks away together with Jimmy King.[/QUOTE]



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    A video package airs promoting the FWA's next Pay-Per-View, Ace's High, scheduled for late January 2014.


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    Tim Sullivan: "The Golden One" Devin Golden left the FWA in August during contract disputes. He wrestled his last match and many thought they'd never see him again. WRONG! He returned, but not as Golden. He returned as his superhero alter ego used earlier this year while he and Ryan Rondo were the tag team champions. Golden returned on the final Fight Night prior to the Mile High PPV and delivered his finishing move to then general manager Dinorah Redgrave. He did it again the Fight Night after Mile High. Since then, he's been offering challenge after challenge to "The Astonishing" Chris Kennedy, who announced soon after the FWA was bought by the CWA and Jimmy King that he was jumping ship and would become an official CWA wrestler Jan. 1, 2014. Jimmy King did not allow this match to happen — rather wanted to protect his new signee — but eventually, Whyte Thunder won him over.

    Jim Taylor: Jimmy King wants Whyte Thunder to do what Chris Kennedy did. He wants him to sign a contract and become a CWA wrestler. This is his way of trying to do that. This is like a "if I give you this, you give me what I want" sort of deal. Out of it, we get two guys who have never faced one another before wrestling in a match every FWA fan wants to see. How this match hasn't happened yet is beyond me. No wonder the FWA almost went out of business.



    As the entire arena goes dark, a spotlight shines down onto the entrance of the Hammerstein Ballroom. Inside the ring, Piers Gallagher holds a microphone in hand.

    Piers Gallagher: Introducing first....a three-time World Champion, the LAST EVER World Heavyweight Champion and the FIRST EVER FWA Undisputed World Champion. A tag team champion. An X-Division champion. He is a future Hall of Famer, a future Clique Wrestling Alliance World Champion and the already greatest wrestler to ever live...."The Astonishing..."

    Right then, the opening chords to "Bitter Sweet Symphony" play and the dazzling, iconic and egotistical walk of Chris Kennedy emerges from the entrance as the sold out Hammerstein Ballroom erupts into violent boos.

    Piers Gallagher: CHRIS KENNEDY!!!!!!

    The crowd continues to boo as Chris Kennedy walks to the ring, every now and then looking over his shoulder or up into the rafters or crowd, obviously wondering where Whyte Thunder will emerge. There is a fan holding a sign that reads, "Chris Kennedy has nightmares about Whyte Thunder," and the super heel grabs the sign and rips it in two. Then he fakes like he'll hit the fan and continues walking around the ring and slides right in. He spins twice with his arms raised and hair flowing from the side of his head.

    Piers Gallagher doesn't announce anything else. Instead, the entire arena goes dark and only the flash from cell phones illuminates the scene. Suddenly, the PA system becomes filled with static. Then...that same voice from a few months ago.

    "Calling all superheroes. Calling all superheroes. We need help. Can anyone help us?"

    The gentle opening beats of "Lose Yourself" by Eminem begin playing throughout the arena until the entire crowd is in a frenzy bumping and bouncing up and down to the rhythm like it's a rock concert. Finally, the strange face of a man with white and gold facepaint emerges from the entrance rampway and then a black trench coat. His brown hair is growing to around his ears and curling up at his neck collar and riding down over his eyebrows. Black gloves on his hands and just black wrestling pants and black wrestling boots left to describe. The entire arena shakes when he emerges in full and slowly walks to the ring, never taking his eyes off a hunched-over, prepared Chris Kennedy standing inside the ring.

    Tim Sullivan: This is one of the BIGGEST matches in FWA history! Chris Kennedy will be leaving the company and officially joining the Clique Wrestling Alliance on Jan. 1, 2014. Whyte Thunder or Devin Golden, whoever you'd like to call him, has made it a point to face Kennedy one time right now. He believes Kennedy is a cancer. He believes Kennedy is a traitor. And he believes HE is so different from everything Chris Kennedy stands for that HE can become the kryptonite to the one person who has completely dominated the FWA landscape for the better part of three years!

    Clint Shephard: They have never faced off one on one before. They have never battled against one another in anything other than two tag team matches. This is a first-time-ever moment and this is two rightful greats in the FWA world facing one on one in front of the masses.


    Whyte Thunder vs. "The Astonishing" Chris Kennedy

    Chris Kennedy and Whyte Thunder stare one another down as the crowd is absolutely buzzing in a complete frenzy. All of the fans remain standing and most begin a "Whyte Thunder" chant as Kennedy becomes agitated. He circles the ring once as Whyte Thunder does the same, albiet more of a walk while Kennedy does more of a wrestling hop on his toes. They lock up in the center as Whyte Thunder still has his black jacket and black pants on. They grapple and Kennedy ducks and dodges and continues circling the ring. Whyte Thunder just stares at him, as if to say, "Really?" They grapple again and a second time Chris Kennedy pushes away and continues circling. The crowd boos and begins a "Go to CWA! Clap, clap, clap-clap-clap! Go to CWA! clap, clap, clap-clap-clap" chant.

    Clint Shephard: The FWA fans are letting Chris Kennedy know where they think he should go. I welcome him! Our fans are better, Chris! Come on down! Be done with these fans and be done with guys like Whyte Thunder!!!


    Finally, Chris Kennedy shouts, "You know what?! I will!" He steps through the ropes, wipes his hands clean and throws them in the air. Whyte Thunder walks behind him and reaches down just as Kennedy is about to walk through the walkway and to the backstage when a firm hand grip of Kennedy's dirty blond hair is stuck between Whyte Thunder's fingers and palm. The crowd explodes with cheers as Whyte Thunder pulls Chris Kennedy to the apron and then through the middle and top ropes. Whyte Thunder holds Chris Kennedy's head back, stares into his eyes and shakes his head "No!" Then he lands a downright DIRTY right hand into the face of Chris Kennedy. And another. And another. And another. And another!!! Chris Kennedy is backed against the turnbuckle as Whyte Thunder unloads punch after punch into his sternum, ribs, face and head. Finally, Kennedy goes into his rope-a-dope defense with his hands up, but Whyte Thunder backs away, waits for Kennedy to let them down and lands a HUGE running clothesline, smushing Kennedy against the turnbuckle with thunderous force!

    Tim Sullivan: Chris Kennedy is CAUGHT in the cage! How does he escape this time like he has the previous few weeks?!

    Whyte Thunder grabs Chris Kennedy by the back of his long hair and lands a beautiful stalling vertical suplex into a face plant! The crowd explodes with cheers as Whyte Thunder wastes no time locking in a ground head lock. Chris Kennedy is reeling as Whyte Thunder allows him back to his feet but still with the hold. Kenned lands an elbow to the ribs. And a second. And a third. He runs off the ropes but Whyte Thunder lands a back body drop as Kennedy holds his lower spine and is leaning face down and chest down between the bottom and middle ropes. Whyte Thunder refuses to allow him a second of rest. He lands a few more forearm shots after bringing him to his feet and whips him to the ropes. Kennedy ducks under a knife edge chop and lands a series of right hands and finally puts Whyte Thunder down with some offense, landing a kick to the formerly injured right knee and a karate-style kick to the side of the head!!! Chris Kennedy grabs Whyte Thunder by the neck and lands a forearm uppercut, followed by a neckbreaker slam.

    Clint Shephard: Look at Kennedy! He has weathered the storm and now is going to show the WORLD why he is the greatest of all time and why he is headed to the best wrestling company there is!

    Chris Kennedy quickly goes for a pinfall attempt, but Whyte Thunder kicks out at one and a half. Kennedy grabs Whyte Thunder and whips him into the turnbuckle. Kennedy steps forward but Whyte Thunder explodes out with a series of aggressive knife edge chops and backhand chops, with the crowd going "WOOOOOOO" for each one. Whyte Thunder lands a solid kick right into the stomach, hunching Kennedy over, and lands a knee lift to the face. Kennedy falls back against the ropes and Whyte Thunder clotheslines him over the top and onto the floor in front of the fan barricades separating the thousands of rowdy fans from the action.

    Whyte Thunder follows and lands a gruesome right hand to the face of Kennedy. He follows a stumbling Kennedy around the ring and then lands a running kick that Kennedy dodges and follows with a face slam into the apron. Kennedy then whips Whyte Thunder back first into the announcer's table and charges, but Whyte Thunder ducks and flips Kennedy over the announcer's table and landing on both Tim Sullivan and Clint Shephard!!! The crowd explodes with cheers as Whyte Thunder bends over to catch breath and walks around. He resets the count and grabs Kennedy, who lands a low blow behind the announcer's table and out of the referee's vision. Chris Kennedy then hoists Whyte Thunder up and drops him stomach-first onto the steel barricade!!! Chris Kennedy steps up on the bottom and raises his arms for the fans. He then steps to the announcer's table and tries for a running leg drop on a teetering Whyte Thunder!!! But Whyte Thunder moves his head and Kennedy falls into the crowd!!!!!

    Tim Sullivan: This is becoming an all-out warzone!!! This would make Drew Stevenson PUKE!

    Whyte Thunder grabs Chris Kennedy and flings him over the barricade. He then points to the crowd and all around the arena. He waits for Kennedy to rise to his feet and lands a thunderous series of right hands all around the ribs, face and head. Finally, he flings Kennedy as hard as possible into the steel ring steps and again into the other fan barricade along another side of the ring area. The barricade almost tips over as Kennedy crashes into it, but it resets its balance as Kennedy falls face down onto the padded floor. Whyte Thunder resets the count at eight and rolls Chris Kennedy into the ring. He follows and without hesitation grabs Kennedy around the waist and lifts him up, back and slams him down for a physical German suplex!!! But Whyte Thunder keeps the rear waist lock gripped and does the SAME MOVE a second time!!! The crowd chants "TWO" as Whyte Thunder lifts up, back and drops him again! He holds it once more and this time lifts him up and throws him back and down with as much force as one could imagine a 215-pound man throwing a 210-pound man!!! The crowd screams "THREE" and cheers as Whyte Thunder lets go. Without waiting, he heads to the top turnbuckle and with Kennedy down on the mat flies off for a beautiful moonsault!!! Kennedy takes the brunt as Whyte Thunder is now kneeling and looking down.

    Crowd: WHYTE THUNDER! *clap, clap, clap-clap-clap* WHYTE THUNDER! *clap, clap, clap-clap-clap


    Whyte Thunder looks down into Kennedy's eyes and tries for his "Scenery Tilt" cutter, but Kennedy shoves him off and then tries for his "Bitter Sweet Chinphony" superkick!!! Whyte Thunder ducks under it and grabs a handful of Kennedy's hair from behind!!! He pulls his head back and looks down into his eyes once more...just like he did three weeks ago on Fight Night to Dinorah Redgrave!!! He then twists Kennedy's body to a face-down position while still gripping the hair on the back of his head. With both hands, Whyte Thunder jumps up and plants Kennedy face down for a sitout faceplant called "Rotten to the Core"!!!

    Tim Sullivan: THERE IT IS!!! WHYTE THUNDER PLANTS KENNEDY!!!

    Whyte Thunder rolls a motionless and unconscious Chris Kennedy onto his back and hooks the far leg as the crowd chants along with each referee hand that hits the mat.

    Crowd: ONE!!!!!! TWO!!!!!!! THREEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!

    The crowd explodes as Whyte Thunder rises to his feet. He looks around the arena and then looks back to a motionless Chris Kennedy laying with his eyes closed in the center of the ring.

    Tim Sullivan: WHYTE THUNDER JUST SENT CHRIS KENNEDY PACKING IN THE PERFECT WAY FOR EVERY SINGLE PRO-FWA FAN AND WRESTLER!!!

    Winner: WHYTE THUNDER


    Whyte Thunder slides out of the ring and then looks up to the banner, which shows the trio of faces of "The Last King" Ryan Hall, Gabrielle Montgomery and Stu St. Clair, the three contestants in the FWA World Championship match later. Whyte Thunder, the current holder of the Golden Opportunity briefcase, continues looking up before finally breaking away and looking once more into the ring, where Chris Kennedy stays face down after enduring a physical battle against the FWA's "Guardian Angel."

    Tim Sullivan: What does this say about the Clique Wrestling Alliance? Chris Kennedy signed with us and Whyte Thunder has declined Jimmy King's offer! How does this make the CWA into the prominent territory and the FWA the developmental organization?

    Clint Shephard: It's a FLUKE! Either it's a fluke, or Chris Kennedy won't be in the CWA and Jimmy King will find a way to bring Whyte Thunder over. THAT is the truth. Long live the king!






    A montage of the events leading up to the Trial By Fire match begins to play on the big screen.


    Tim Coleman: NOW HERE COMES THE MAIN EVENT OF THE EVENING!

    Clint Shepard: After an already crazy night of events the titular match of Trial By Fire is upon us for the FWA championship! This one is going to be big!

    Tim Coleman: This is a big match with big implications on the line. The Inferno, Ryan Hall has joined forces with our very own beloved Jimmy King and Gabrielle has taken up arms with Ashley O'Ryan and Stu St. Clair to defend the FWA from the CWA and FWA owner Jimmy King and the possible archetect of FWA's destruction, Ryan Hall.

    Clint Shepard: Not only that but to close Fight Night last week Ryan Hall extended his hand to Stu St. Clair that put the world into a frenzy! Is Stu St. Clair the third man or isn't he?! That was the question everyone has been asking and wondering all week.

    Tim Coleman: Luckily for the FWA fans sake, that was a false question but of all people... the FWA's very own super hero, Ryan Rondo has turned his back on the FWA and joined forces with Jimmy King, Ryan Hall and PAJ!!!

    Clint Shepard: One man may have been vindicated but at a price... FWA's defining good guy... a partner of Devin Golden... a fan favorite has turned his back on everyone.

    Tim Coleman: ... And now here we are. Gabrielle defending FWA, Stu St. Clair is still up in the air and could defend either side at this point and of course we all know where Ryan Hall stands.

    Clint Shepard: This truly is FWA's Trial By Fire with a much larger picture going on here than a simple match. Ryan Hall has betrayed the FWA but he is the FWA champion... if the FWA resistance must do anything first, it HAS be to regaining the crown jewel of the FWA from the vile hands of the Inferno and Jimmy King.

    Tim Coleman: Well now there's chance... here we go ladies and gentleman...


    TRIAL. BY. FIRE!
    FWA UNDISPUTED WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH:
    "The Inferno" Ryan Hall (c) vs. "The Caramel Goddess" Gabrielle Montgomery vs. Stu "The Snake" St. Clair



    "Mr Crowley" by Cradle Of Filth hits the PA system and the crowd goes wild. Stu St. Clair walks out onto the stage and receives a great ovation. He taunts to the crowd and showcases the fire inside of him as he is pumped beyond the norm for this gigantic match up.


    Shepard: The Snake is getting a great reception from the crowd after the revelation that Rondo was the third man to join the ranks of King.


    Coleman: Yeah, unfortunately St. Clair was not smart enough to make that golden deal.


    Stu makes his way into the ring and gets ready for the upcoming match as "Kill The Light" by Lacuna Coil hits the PA system and the crowd goes absolutely nuts for the heel turned face, The Goddess, the number one woman in FWA history, Gabrielle! She slowly and seductively makes her way onto the stage and blows a kiss to the crowd. Ashley O'Ryan follows her down to the ring and receives a similar pop.


    Shepard: Gabrielle, a former FWA champion and a part of the FWA's resistance force... Unfortunately for her well being, Ryan Hall is not her only opponent tonight.


    Coleman: You got that one right! Gabrielle may be looking to steal Ryan's championship but Stu St. Clair is still looking to burn her alive. This isn't just about the FWA championship for him either, she may be trying to save the FWA but in the wake of the great snake she might need to watch her back and worry more about herself.


    Shepard:Ashley O'Ryan is by her side which should make thinks interesting.


    Gabrielle enters the ring and carefully avoids Stu and she continues to adore the crowd with her charm causing a cheering sensation from a bunch of drunk horn dogs. She makes her way to her own corner as "Absolute Zero" by Stone Sour hits the PA system and the crowd erupts into a chorus of boos. By far the loudest ovation of the night and it's nothing but hate... Pure HATE from the FWA crowd. The booing echoes through the ballroom here in Manhattan and Ryan Hall walks out onto the stage through the inferno of pyro engulfing it. Next to him is probably the second or even FIRST most hated man in the FWA, it's owner, JIMMY KING.


    Shepard: And there they are... Two of the four most hated men in the FWA right now, the defending FWA champion and the FWA owner side by side.


    Coleman: This crowd looks like they want to eat them alive and so does Gabrielle and Stu St Clair over there in the ring. Ryan Hall better be careful or he might not make it out of this this breathing.


    Ryan Hall slides into the ring as Jimmy King claps his hand among the flowing river of boos. Ryan Hall taunts the crowd and deliberately walks right in front of both his opponents which annoys both of them and Gabrielle even rolls her eyes. He makes it to the corner and all three of them are ready for the match. The gasoline and lighter are lowered from the ceiling and stop when in ladder range and all three of them stare at what they must reach.

    The bell rings.

    Stu St. Clair and Gabrielle both look at each other with hatred in their eyes but then both look at Ryan Hall with even more hatred towards him. They both charge forward towards Ryan Hall and with a sly devilish grin on his face he slips underneath the bottom rope and out of the ring. Gabrielle and Stu St. Clair both stare at him at he looks up at them from outside and suddenly Stu realizes this is his chance and nails Gabrielle with a vicious clothesline. He begins to wail of her with strike after strike, clearly wanting to finish the job he left undone from the previous week on Fight Night. Gabrielle is driven into the corner by the barrage of strikes from The Snake and he falls back before charging at her with a running start. He goes for a spear but she dodges at the last second and Stu is launched into the metal rod of the corner by his own momentum is stumbles around the ring holding his shoulder and Gabrielle hits him with a spinning heel kick with knocks him to the canvas. He immediately goes for an arm bar on the same arm and shoulder that just hit the turnbuckle, smart planning by Gabrielle but there is no submissions in the match. After a brief grimacing expression Stu powers out of the submission hold and lifts her completely up into the air! He hits her with a gutbuster and then goes for a running boot but she ducks in between and goes for another spinning high kick but this one is dodged by Stu St. Clair. All the meanwhile Ryan Hall simply watches with a smile on his face from outside of the ring.



    Shepard: Gabrielle and Stu St. Clair... this is their fourth straight match in the same ring together in as many weeks.. at this point they know each other like the back of their hands.


    Coleman: Yeah but meanwhile during their blood-lust versus each other it's Ryan Hall whose playing this smart and not getting involved.


    Stu and Gabrielle lock up together in a grappling contest and Stu uses his strength to drive Gabrielle back while Gabrielle uses her technique to keep him at bay. She drops down and catches him with a arm drag but he reverses position once he hits the ground with a sweep of his own and the superior position changes many times at this point as both of them reverse each other. The momentum of the match changes when Gabrielle is inadvertently thrown out of the ring by one of Stu's reversals. Ryan Hall immediately pounces on her from the outside side and drives her head into the ringside wall. He slams her head into once more before grabbing her and and slamming her back into the ring post on the outside. She falls down to the ground, grimacing in pain as Ryan Hall taunts to the crowd who respond with a reaction of boos. The boos turn to cheers however much to the confusion of Hall and as he turns around Stu is staring him in the face! Hall is too surprised to respond and Stu St. Clair pounces on him with a furious flurry of strikes, Ryan Hall is taken by shock and Stu gets the better of him in the exchange. Stu grabs him and hits him with a huge spine buster onto the steps!! Ryan Hall yells out in pain and rolls around as Stu grabs him once again and hits him with a neck crank suplex, making sure to crank his neck extra hard before delivering the move. Hall and Gabrielle are both down and Stu St. Clair notices that he already has a moment. He reaches underneath the ring and pulls out the ladder! but then he stops, looks back underneath the ring and pulls out his trademark steel chains! The crowd cheers as Stu decides this is a better coarse of action and raises them in the air for the crowd.


    Coleman: Stu had an opportunity there to go for the key to winning the match but he is hell bent on pain!!


    Shepard: This isn't good for Ryan Hall and Gabrielle... The Snake has been unleashed!


    Coleman: ... You could go to jail for that Shepard, this is a public place.


    Stu begins to slowly stalk Ryan Hall as he stumbles around and finally makes it to his feet. Ryan turns around and Stu goes to lash him with the chains but Gabrielle nails Stu out of nowhere with a missile drop kick. Gabrielle makes it back to her feet and Ryan only looks at her and smiles before she glares at him. Ryan Hall slides back into the ring and Gabrielle follows him as a response looking for some payback. Ryan Hall looks to prey on her as she enters the ring and he nails her with a drop kick to the face! She rolls to the ropes he quickly grabs her and picks her up and hits a reverse headlock backbreaker. Ryan Hall quickly takes control of this exchange. He Irish whips her into the ropes as she regains her footing and she nails him with a hurricarana putting Ryan Hall on her back. She has him down and she continues to pelt him with numerous punches before he sweeps her with his BJJ moves and a technical ground scramble ensues between the both of them! They both make it to their feet and each one of them bounces off the ropes from propulsion and Stu St. Clair nails both of them with his steel chain out of nowhere! This puts the crowd into a frenzy of emotion and the entire ballroom is shaking with energy. Stu begins to lash Ryan Hal then Gabrielle one by one, again and again and each one's eyes swell in with the look of pain.


    Shepard: The Snake is showing no mercy... NO MERCY.


    Coleman: ..and why should he? He has good reason to give both of them a good lashing.


    Stu continues his vicious assault with his steel chain and busts both Ryan Hall and Gabrielle open. He goes to strike Gabrielle again but she rolls and grabs his legs. Ryan Hall then jumps up and nails him with a super kick out of nowhere!! Shades of his rival Chris Kennedy? Ryan falls down as well from the earlier damage inflicted upon him. All three men and woman are down!! This match is turning into nothing but chaos! The chain rolls out of the ring and falls to the outside. It takes a few moments but all of them slowly make it back to one knee and then to their feet. It's Stu who makes it to his feet first shortly followed by Ryan Hall and Gabrielle. They all glare at each other and a three way brawl ensues! Hall hits Stu, Stu hits Hall, Gabrielle hits both of them and everyone is enguled into a three way deathmatch. Hall hits Gabrielle with over-the-head belly to belly suplex and Stu catches him with a reverse DDT on his way back up to his feet. Gabrielle recovers and nails Stu with an enzeguiri he falls and rolls out of the ring. Ryan Hall and Gabrielle are now singled out inside the ring and begin to brawl back and forth exchanging blow after blow.


    Shepard: These two are going after each other with everything they have.


    Coleman: They both think they have a lot to prove to each other.


    Ryan Hall ducks underneath one of Gabrielle's punches and nails her with a delayed rock-esque DDT. He smiles as the crowd boos heavily and picks her up and delivers a German suplex... he keeps his arms locked and picks her up for a second but Stu tries to ambush him from behind! Ryan amazing ducks underneath of this and hits Stu with a German suplex as well! The crowd continues to boo as Ryan sadistically looks at Gabrielle and Stu on the ground and slips outside the ring. He slides the ladder into the ring and then looks back underneath the ring. He pauses for a second and looks to the crowd before pulling out his favorite, the sledgehammer. He wipes the trickling blood from his face and slides back into the ring. He begins to stalk Stu as he gets back his feet and goes for the blow but Gabrielle hits Hall in the family jewels from behind and hits him with a Desecration DDT of her own!! Hall holds his crotch and his head as he rolls out of the ring, looking to regroup. It's now once again, Gabrielle and Stu St. Clair who glare deeply into each others eyes, ready to finish this once and for all.


    Coleman: Here we go again, Gabrielle really wants to be destroyed by this guy.


    Shepard: I don't know what match you're watching but she's been doing plenty of destroying herself.


    Gabrielle and Stu begin to exchange blows back and forth and it turns into an all out brawl, Stu is deterimined to end Gabrielle tonight. He clotheslines her over the top rope and grabs his steel chain! Gabrielle uses one of the announcer tables to pull herself up and Stu goes to nail her with his chain! She kicks him in the head with a savate kick and rolls him onto the table. She goes to pick up the Snake but he kicks her in the midsection and hit the DDT off the the table and onto the mat below!! Stu slides into the ring and grabs the ladder. He sets it up but Ryan Hall slides back in the ring as well. They stare each other down for a moment before they begin to exchange punches with one another. Ryan Hall ducks a punch from the Snake and hits him with a quick spinning neckbreaker. He immediately jumps onto the ladder but Stu pulls him off and hits him with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. He goes to climb the ladder but Ryan Hall manages to get up and follows him to the top as well. They both fight for possesion of the gasoline. They both have a grip on it and fight back and forth and eventually both of them lose their grips and fall down hard onto the canvas! The gasoline breaks free as well and hits the ring before rolling outside, right in front of a recovering Gabrielle!


    Coleman: Uh OH, looks like a woman scorned is about to be a woman who burns!


    Shepard: That didn't even rhyme...


    Gabrielle enters the ring with the bottle of gasoline and looks back and forth between Ryan Hall and Stu St. Clair. Both Jimmy King and Ashley O'Ryan are desperately trying to get Gabrielle from changing her mind between the two. She opens the gas can and looks down at a recovering Stu and smiles. Ashley O'Ryan enters the ring and tells her not to do this. She argues with him telling him that Stu would of burned her without a second thought. As they are talking, Jimmy King slides in Ryan Hall's sledgehammer without any of them noticing and Ryan Hall nails Gabrielle with the sledgehammer!! and then nails Ashley O'Ryan cold with it as well!! Ryan Hall takes the gasoline and throws a bit on Stu St. Clair. Stu stumbles and glares into Ryan Hall's eyes as if to say he's not scared or there's nothing you could do to hurt me maybe... Ryan Hall pulls out his infamous zippo lighter and throws it at Stu and Stu catches on fire!! The fire burns on his back as Stu yells in pain and rolls around and out of the ring as the flames begin to die down. The bell is finally rung as Ryan Hall falls back down to his knees from exhaustion.


    Shepard: Well, in the end it was the threesome of Stu, Gabrielle, and Ashley and their problems that cost Stu and Gabrielle this match.


    Coleman: That's what they get for not following bros before hoes.



    Winner and STILL FWA champion: "The Inferno" Ryan Hall




    "The Inferno" Ryan Hall raises his arms in the air as Stu St. Clair rolls around the ring to extinguish the fire. Gabrielle cannot believe how close she was to becoming a two-time World Champion. Hall is about to leave the ring when Gabrielle, Ashley 'O Ryan and Stu St. Clair all surround him. They won't let him out of the ring.

    Then Stu St. Clair gets in Ashley's face, as the tag team champions are just inches from coming to blows. Gabrielle backs up Ashley O' Ryan. It looks like this is about to turn into an all-out warzone.


    Tim Sullivan: My God! Get out of there, Hall!

    But he doesn't need to. Jimmy King, the owner of the CWA and FWA, emerges from the entrance and is flanked by a sprinting PAJ and Ryan Rondo. Both slide into the ring. PAJ lands a running kick to take out Ashley O' Ryan. Ryan Rondo lands a shot right to the face of Stu St. Clair with his North American Championship belt. Ryan Hall lands an "Inferno Cutter" to Gabrielle!!! Jimmy King, smiling from ear to ear, walks up the steel steps and enters through the middle and top ropes.

    Clint Shephard: Look at these four! Look at them standing tall! The Clique Wrestling Alliance RULES the Fantasy Wrestling Alliance's Trial By Fire! This night will be one to remember forever!!!

    The four men stand tall, with two championships and two wrestling federation ownerships among them. It appears this will be the way it ends, with the sold out Hammerstein Ballroom crowd chucking trash and debris toward the ring area and the four men not caring at all and laughing at the FWA fans' feeble attempt to get under their collective skin.

    But then...the lights in the arena go out. And on the very first syllable spoken through the loudspeaker, the crowd ERUPTS into an absolute frenzy!!!




    "Calling all superheroes. Calling all superheroes. We need some help. Can anyone help us?"



    Piers Gallagher: Oh shit.

    The crowd continues exploding. The cameras are shaking. The entire Hammerstein Ballroom looks like it may completely crumble from an apparent earthquake. Wearing white and gold facepaint, with a black trenchcoat and black hair over the eyebrows, ears and curling at the neck, WHYTE THUNDER appears in the entrance way and looks into the ring. His stoic expression makes every person in the ring immediately turn their attention to him and position themselves and motion for him to come and fight them one on four. Whyte Thunder slowly walks between the fans' outstretched hands and toward the ring. Never running. Never sprinting. Just the same slow walk he's used for the past few weeks.

    Tim Sullivan: I don't know what Whyte Thunder is thinking...but this is about to be one on four!!!

    Whyte Thunder walks to the ring area. Gabrielle, Stu St. Clair and Ashley 'O Ryan are now outside of the ring. Whyte Thunder walks around the ring and begins walking up the ring steps. The crowd is buzzing and every fan is standing on their feet ready to explode!!!

    Clint Shephard: Whyte Thunder may have beaten Chris Kennedy, but he's an IDIOT if he thinks he stands a chance right here!


    Whyte Thunder is standing on the apron. Then he steps through the ropes and stands before the four men as a menacing persona. Jimmy King holds all three of his Team King allies back and shouts, "WAIT! WAIT!" The crowd begins a thunderous "WHYTE THUNDER!" chant. Jimmy King steps forward and smiles. He outstretches his hand to Whyte Thunder and says, "Well done! Welcome to the CWA."

    Tim Sullivan: NO WAY! NO WAY! DID JIMMY KING JUST DO THIS?! DID HE JUST PULL OFF A FOURTH MAN?!?!

    The crowd's cheers suddenly become deafening silence. Whyte Thunder hasn't accepted the hand shake. He looks around the Hammerstein Ballroom with the same expressionless expression. The crowd begins Daniel Bryan's "NO! NO! NO!" chant. Jimmy King keeps the offer out there and keeps his slick oil-salesman smile and wits about him.

    Just as Whyte Thunder appears to be meeting Jimmy King halfway with a handshake, he pulls a fast one and DECKS JIMMY KING WITH A RIGHT HAND PUNCH!!!


    Jim Taylor: NO! NO! WHYTE THUNDER JUST LAID OUT JIMMY KING!!!

    PAJ charges, but Whyte Thunder takes him out with one punch. Ryan Rondo approaches, but Jimmy King levels him to the ground with one swift right hand!!! The crowd is going bonkers inside the Hammerstein Ballroom!!!

    Piers Gallagher: Ryan Hall has left the ring! Smart move by the champion!

    Ryan Hall retreats up the rampway as Jimmy King, PAJ and Ryan Rondo follow, all on their feet after taking one punch each and regrouping as a whole unit. Whyte Thunder stares at the foursome from inside the ring as the fans continue cheering.

    Tim Sullivan: I don't know what will happen on Fight Night...but there's NO WAY Jimmy King and his allies let this go unpunished! We're going to have quite a night!

    Clint Shephard: And remember...the Clique Wrestling Alliance stands tall on this night!!! Three winners. Two champions. A WOLF downed and without a hope or prayer of a future World title shot. All left is this stupid facepaint-wearing shmuck! We'll deal with him...now that we know which side he chose!

    And with those words, and with the image of Whyte Thunder standing motionless in the ring staring 30 yards to the foursome of PAJ, Jimmy King, Ryan Rondo and Ryan Hall...


    Trial By Fire 2013 goes black.
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    Re: Trial By Fire 2013 results (three parts)

    The X-Division title match has been added. Probably didn't need to say anything since it came in 30 minutes after results were posted and no one was awake to read the version without it.

    Congratulations to all winners. Team King sure had a strong showing. Ryan Rondo is the third man! Wow! I love the "Ryan Rondo turned rotten" line at the end. Rondo is the North American champ. Ryan Hall is still the Undisputed World champ. PAJ didn't win but didn't lose, and that's what he needed to do for Team King to get one over on WOLF. Team King and the CWA are making the FWA into what they said it'd become, a developmental territory.

    Also, big huge congrats to Sarah Wolf for defending her Women's Championship and Drew Stevenson for becoming a two-time X-Division champion. Jason Gryphon had a very strong five-month reign with that belt. Always felt a little incomplete without one more one-on-one match against Michael Garcia after he no-showed at the Anniversary Show, but that's not Gryphon's fault in the slightest. Drew Stevenson is on a fucking roll, though.

    Whyte Thunder stands tall not once...but twice! Glad to see my character ending a PPV and being part of the top angle now. Hasn't happened in a looooooong time. Since before Crossfire folded, to be specific.

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    Re: Trial By Fire 2013 results (three parts)

    Epic

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    Nooooooooooooo! This is a travesty of justice! I'm calling my lawyers! In all seriousness, Congratulations to Drew for taking me to my limit. Now onto bigger and better things. Amazing work from everyone!


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    Great work everybody and it was a blast facing you Jason, you did one hell of a job bro!

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    Re: Trial By Fire 2013 results (three parts)

    Awesome show guys. This Team King angle has been a blast so far and it really came to a head at this PPV. The battle may have been won for the traitors but the war is far from over, THE THUNDAH STILL STANDS TALL... but is this a comic book or is this a tragedy waiting to happen? One thing to know for sure... Whyte Thunder won't stand down. This is his moment and one he's been waiting for for a long long time. He may finally get the chance to exact his revenge on the man who burned his house down and skimmed by him at Payback last year. But will Jimmy King let that happen? Can't wait to find out.

    Also Ryan Rondo being the third man is a pretty big deal for new readers information. He is one of the trademark good guys of the FWA and one of the two super heroes that saved FWA from injustice and most importantly... the poop in the urinal.

    Congrats to everyone who promoed, win or lose you all did great!!

    Also a big thanks to whoever contributed for this show, the matches were awesome except for Sixty Two Sue obviously taking a flop in the first match, we all know she's better than that.

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    Great show. Sorry about not being around lately, I have been busy with work and such. I will be around more now unless it snows again which I know it will. I'm not forgetting you guys because I never could.

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    Fantastic show, everyone. Great RP's, great matches, and great job on the King angle. Can't wait to see where it goes. Sorry I couldn't make it. I was en route to the great land of America. Glad to be back, and I'll be able to make it into the next Fight Night if there's room for me.

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    A well done PPV. Great results! Congrats to Drew and Rondo. That was a big moment for Rondo definitely one of the biggest moments of the year. Jason Gryphon had a solid run, would like to see where he goes from here.

    Also nice to get a win even if it was over a no-show winning at a PPV always gets the juices flowing.

    Congrats to TE, Ryan Hall retaining against such big competition is a big deal. There were 3 all time greats in that match and for Hall to still come out on top says a lot.


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    Congrats to all the winners.


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    congrats to all as we head into 2014 still going strong.
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    Thanks everybody, it was an amazing show!

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    Great show guys, I really enjoyed it. This Team King angle is really interesting, and Rondo being the third man caught me by surprise for sure.

    Keep up the good work here.


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    Re: Trial By Fire 2013 results (three parts)

    For someone who people used to promo against as being "the one holding Golden back," Ryan Rondo is one World title win from becoming the second Grandslam champion in FWA history and the only competitor in FWA history to at one point hold six different championships. Even Ashley 'O Ryan, the most decorated wrestler in terms of title reigns, has only held five.

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    Shock, swerve. We swerved Jimmy King himself!

    Rondo should have a great 2014 ahead, along with a few other guys on the cusp.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Golden One View Post
    For someone who people used to promo against as being "the one holding Golden back," Ryan Rondo is one World title win from becoming the second Grandslam champion in FWA history and the only competitor in FWA history to at one point hold six different championships. Even Ashley 'O Ryan, the most decorated wrestler in terms of title reigns, has only held five.
    That's bad ass, totally did not know that.


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    young lions, x, na, tv and tag title that is five
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    Unless Rondo is secretly Sara Wolf and the Women's Title is his sixth...


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