(3/8/20) Chaos 1 Jul 6, 2021 17:22:39 GMT -5
Post by Action Reel on Jul 6, 2021 17:22:39 GMT -5
The Amazon Prime logo appears before we fade into a studio while “Epic” by Faith No More plays. An attractive African American woman in her mid-thirties sits behind a desk with a giant screen behind her. As the music fades she smiles and the camera zooms closer as she begins to speak.
Bridge Lewis-Killings: Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to EPIC Chaos!. My name is Bridget Lewis-Killings and before we get into the show I’d like to tell you a little about myself. I have a Masters Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Memphis. The world of professional wrestling has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. It had always been my dream to work for a major promotion and I had that opportunity in 2004 with Tradition Wrestling where I served as a backstage correspondent. Once Tradition’s doors closed I worked for all the major wrestling publications until late 2010 when I received a call from the A&E network who wanted me to serve as the voice of upstart wrestling promotion EPIC, where I was Co-Host of their weekly television program as well as serving as an analyst for the matches and an interviewer. After EPIC’s short but very successful original run came to an end I got married and continued my contributions to the industry by writing my first book based on the business titled “Canvas Confidential”. Since EPIC closed in 2011 I’ve remained in contact with Robert Quinn and I was his first choice to be the lone voice of EPIC’s new era and I couldn’t be more proud.
Bridget smiles widely and turns her attention to the screen behind her.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: Each week right here on Amazon Prime, I will be giving you the full recap of the events that occurred from inside the Chaos Complex, the state of the art arena designed specifically for the sole purpose of hosting professional wrestling events. We won’t be showing you the full matches but key moments and highlights from the action that took place earlier in the night. Before we get to the first match of the new era though, Robert Quinn himself began the taping by addressing the fans inside the Chaos Complex. Let’s hear now what the CEO had to say.
Bridget hits a button and the display behind her lights up and the scene moves to the arena where fans are on their feet chanting “EPIC EPIC EPIC” as “Not Going Away” by Ozzy Osbourne blares from the custom sound system and brings what few fans that weren’t already standing to their feet as Robert Quinn steps through the curtain and walks proudly to the ring. Mr. Quinn enters the ring and is handed a mic as the music dies down but the cheers only get louder. Robert gets a little emotional but powers through it.
Robert Quinn: A little less than ten years ago I saw a life long dream of mine made a reality as we launched Elite Performers in Combat down in my home state of Texas. We took this industry by storm, signing talent away from the top companies in the world and delivering ratings the likes of which the network we aired on at the time had never seen before. Even with all the success we experienced early on the dream I had quickly turned into a nightmare as the network gained more and more of a hold on what we could and couldn’t do with our promotion and I chose to shut the doors rather than compromise on what my vision for this company. Now here we are nearly a decade later on a platform that allows us to deliver the action and content we see fit without handcuffing us to some network standards. I just want to say thank you to the folks at Amazon for taking this chance with a totally new concept in professional wrestling. To the ones wishing failure upon us out of the gate I say...because I’m allowed to, FUCK YOU!
A huge “Thank you Robert!” chant breaks out and the CEO nods his head acknowledging the thanks.
Robert Quinn: EPIC is owned by myself and a group of over fourty different investors who like me grew up as wrestling fans but wanted to see some changes. These investors have given me the power to make all the creative decisions with the company, acquire talent, and put out a product that they can be proud to have a stake in without having to do any of the hard work and I’m more than happy to put the work in that it takes for this to surpass their expectations as well as my own.
Just as that statement is completed, the sounds of Lacuna Coil’s “Reckless” fill the arena as the crowd pops in pure shock of the familiar tune being played. Shortly after it begins, the legendary Analicia Morales-Connors makes her way out, microphone in hand, the applause growing now. Analicia takes a moment to soak in the adulation, appreciating the respect being shown. Remaining by the entrance, she gives a quick cut throat signal which leads to her music fading, the vixen raising the mic up so that she may begin speaking.
Analicia Morales-Connors: Robert, hello! Nice digs you have here I must say. It’s honestly way better than what I expected and I have to take the time out to show my appreciation for what you’ve done for EPIC so far. Now, now, before you and these great fans start asking, I’m just going to go right on ahead and explain what exactly I’m doing here tonight. As most of you know, I am the owner of Crisis Core Wrestling, but when it comes to that status, I have to make a correction. You see until very recently, I was the owner of Crisis Core Wrestling and before you feel any type of sorrow, that update isn’t one made with sadness, but instead a great deal of excitement. Now as Robert stated, he owns EPIC along with numerous investors who want to create the best pro-wrestling experience for you all. However, when it comes to that, I also need to make a correction because until very recently, Robert did own EPIC with numerous investors but after a deal was struck, I have sold CCW and bought out every single one of them. It appears as though they not only trusted your vision for wrestling, but mine as well. So Mr. Quinn, feast your eyes on the brand new 49% owner of EPIC. I truly look forward to creating history with you.
Robert looks completely stunned by the announcement while Analicia is all smiles and the crowd are in a stunned silence before we cut back to the studio.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: What a way to kick off this new EPIC as it appears that Mr. Quinn is not the only one in charge. We’ll have to wait and see what this revelation means moving forward. Moving on now, I was able to catch up to a true veteran of the business for a few words before we were interrupted by a star of the future.
Earlier that day…
It’s the day of the first show in Epic’s grand return. To say that excitement is in the air would be an understatement. The fans have aligned the guard rails outside of The Chaos Complex in excitement of seeing their favorite wrestlers arrive. The camera is on them as they hold up their homemade signs and brand new Epic t-shirts, repping the extraordinary talent on the roster. Triple threat announcer Bridget Lewis-Killings in on the scene to hopefully score a few words with some of the arriving talent.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: I’m Bridget Lewis-Killings, and as you can see Boulder City, Nevada is ready for chaos! I’m talking about tonight’s return of Chaos! You have to be here to feel the rush of adrenaline coursing through the crowd.
The fans behind her start to make some noise as Muru arrives. He waves to them as chants of “Greatest Show” can be heard. He is dressed in a designer dark gray suit and a pair of just as expensive sunglasses. Over his left shoulder he is carrying a large gym bag. He approaches Bridget who has flagged him down for a few words.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: Muru, how does it feel to be a part of the relaunch of Epic?
Muru: First off Bridget, how’s the husband? I’m excited to be here. I’ve been in this business for a very long time and wrestled for too many companies to count. The thing about Epic is that it gives off a different vibe than any of those places. Robert Quinn did a great job putting together a top notch roster, and I appreciate that he brought in a veteran such as myself. It will be nice to show I still got a little bit left in the tank.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: As a veteran what do you hope to bring to Epic?
Muru: I’m hoping to bring a high level of wrestling, and of course entertainment. But, that’s not the only reason I’m here. I want to pass on my experiences to the next wave of wrestlers. There are a lot of young and talented members of this roster. I think that I could help guide them to the next level. I don’t know how much longer I’ve got, it’s time to start giving back. Isn’t that what a veteran is supposed to do?
Before Bridget can answer there comes a voice from off screen.
?: One would expect that...
The camera turns and sees another wrestler approaching. This is the promising rookie with the mask, Moros. From the crowd, his fans cheer him on. Even though you can’t see his face, you can tell from his eyes that he isn’t exactly pleased with Muru’s comments.
Muru: Moros! It’s nice to meet you. I’ve heard nothing but good things…
Muru extends his hand to greet the rookie. Before he can finish his sentence, Moros cuts him off. If his eyes didn’t give his annoyance away, the tone in his voice does.
Moros: Nice to meet me? I can’t help but wonder if you’re saying that genuinely or if you say that expecting me to be one of those bright eyed rookies you can sink your claws into.
Surprised by Moros’ reaction, Muru pulls his hand back.
Muru: I assure you the gesture was genuine but I can see why you might be a bit skeptical. No doubt we both want to rise to the top of Epic. I have no problem helping others along the way.
Moros: You can see why I’d be skeptical? I had no clue you knew so much about me. But you know what, it’s fine. You talk about wanting to help others, as if I’m not capable of doing the same. Why? Because I’m apparently a rookie? I love how you’re here acting so friendly when all your comments are backhanded. You’re just like everyone else, hiding behind the smile when all you want to really do is stab others. I’m not falling for it man, I’m not that kid.
Pausing one second to let out a quick chuckle, Moros continued, putting his hand up to prevent any interruption.
Moros: You are absolutely right about one thing. Both of us do want to rise to the top in EPIC. While you’re masquerading your intentions, I’m very clear about mine. Hilarious considering I’m the one in a mask. So tell me this wise man, do you still want to pay it forward?
The face of Muru turns red behind his sunglasses. He doesn’t like his intentions being questioned. As he removes his sunglasses and tucks them away in the front pocket of his suit, he gives Moros a big smile.
Muru: I don’t know what happened to make you so skeptical. I may not know you kid, but I know what it’s like to be just like you. I once was a rookie in this business who thought he knew everything, thought he didn’t need help from anyone. I learned pretty quickly to accept help when it’s given. Did it sometimes bite me in the ass? Sure. You don’t have to accept my help, but I wish you would. You can call it what you want, but I assure you that I’m not hiding anything.
He knows that getting through to the strong minded Moros through words is probably a lost cause. A lightbulb goes off in Muru’s head.
Muru: I get you are only hearing empty words. You’re stubborn and I like that. If you don’t believe my words, there’s more than one way to teach you a thing or two.
Moros: If you’re suggesting what I think you are, then that is something I’ll gladly accept. See I’m the type that heavily prefers action over petty words. Just don’t get too shocked when it’s actually you that gets taught the lesson.
Muru: I guess it's a good thing I always have my gear with me. Looks like I'll see you in the ring later tonight.
A satisfied Moros walks away with a smirk on his face. This leaves Muru alone with Bridget Lewis-Killings.
Muru: Sorry for the interruption. Now where were we? Oh yeah, so how's your husband?
Link Rexx vs. Sierra Silver
Back in the studio Bridget doesn't look amused at Muru asking about her husband but remains professional.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: We'll see those two face off later tonight in a meeting that the fans will be sure to love, but our first match of the evening saw rookie Link Rexx take on Sierra Silver, who hasn't exactly had the best of luck as of late. Here's how that one went down.
Bridget turns to the display and highlights from the match are shown. Sierra showed a slight edge in speed and experience but Link exploited the huge 133 lb advantage he had by man handling Silver all over the ring. She shifted her weight turning a Power Bomb attempt by Rexx into a Hurricarana but could only hold him for a one count before he powered out with authority. Later into the match, after her speed had slowed him to a crawl a big DDT turned the tides back in the favor of the rocker turned wrestler but Sierra was too close to the ropes for the cover. The end saw Link surprise Silver with a school-boy roll up for the 1-2-3 to be declared the winner.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: And with that the first match in this 20202 version of EPIC is in the books as Link Rexx defeats Sierra Silver by pinfall in 6 minutes and 42 seconds.
Making a Statement
The camera feed shifts over to the backstage area where we see Terra Mason sitting on a bench in the locker room. Initially she’s checking behind her a few times, but then lets out a soft sigh, staring off into the distance. She seems to be off in her own world for a bit until she finally snaps back and notices the camera, appearing somewhat distraught now as she speaks up in a dronish tone.
Terra Mason: I’m sorry. I don’t have that much time but I wanted to talk to you really quick as me before the hunger consumes so please spare me a moment.
As if her flip was switched, Terra’s expression changes to her usual pleasant self, the perky starlet flashing a smile before speaking once again.
Terra Mason: EPIC! I freaking love that. Honestly I find the name of this company very fitting considering there are a number of people here I find to be epic, the atmosphere is epic, the fans are obviously epic, and most importantly it’s given me a chance to finally fulfill my potential after my...incident not too long ago and the opportunity is beyond epic. Getting that call was something that lifted my spirits at a time I truly needed it and when a kindness is done to me, I make damn sure to pay it back and thensome. Which leads me to tonight’s show.
Pausing a second, Terra claps her hands together, the excitement evident on her face.
Terra Mason: There’s something truly special here and I want to make sure I do my part in building on that. So of course that means I got to go out to that ring, rock out as only I can, and rack up those wins but it also means that I have to give more than just a great performance. When it comes to EPIC, I have to give my everything. It’s what is deserved and while some may just be here to introduce themselves on the premiere broadcast of the relaunch, I refuse to settle for only that. I’m here to kick some tail and will be making my first statement tonight.
Nodding her head a few times, Terra thinks things over, smirking once the train of thought enters the station and she continues.
Terra Mason: Now while most work off of who they know they’re facing, surviving off of scouting, I love the thrill of a good mystery, a true test of what I’m capable of when it’s solely me versus another person. So I’m hoping that whoever gets the lucky chance to step up to me feels the same and brings their best because that is the only way that they even have a slight...
As Terra goes to continue, steps are heard behind her, and a hand reaches out, placing itself on her left shoulder. The person handling the camera goes to raise the frame in order to show who it is but Terra simply shakes her head, the crew member wise enough to stop the attempt. Terra then speaks out once again, her tone reminiscent of how it was in the beginning.
Terra Mason: It appears as though time is up. I’m so sorry. You have to go now. Cut. The. Feed.
A female laughing can be heard as the camera pans up from the floor making its way up the dingy, tattered black jeans that covered his legs up to the old leather jacket over a black tank top that adorned his upper body before it stopped on his face. The ratty dreadlocks hang in front of his cold eyes as the female voice speaks.
Female: Ladies and gentleman the man you see before you is Anton Scarlov, The Human Horror Story. He is a walking weapon. his only purpose is destruction. He does not speak, he only obeys my every command. If I tell him to go into the crowd tonight and find the person sitting in row 22 seat 2B and snap their neck he will without thinking twice. He is not mindless, he just understands that he can’t control his own thoughts so he needs someone… someone like me to do it for him.
She steps in front of him, an exquisite kind of evil covered in ink. She wears a black latex bodysuit with slits in places that leaves little to the imagination and accentuates her curves.
Female: I am Katrina Von Feer, the handler of this animal you will all come to fear. Violence brings us…
“Round One Fight!” rings out from somewhere off camera followed by loud cheers and clapping interrupting Katrina who turns to Anton.
Katrina Von Feer: Scar my pet, find whatever is causing that and end it.
Scar turns to the direction of the sound as Katrina follows a few steps behind him. While the fearsome duo march down the hall they approach the masked man El Diablo Blanco who has his back turned to them, with headphones on and really rocking out on his Air Guitar. Without hesitation Scar shoves Blanco out of his way and keeps walking as Blanco looks up at the two as they continue towards the sound. As the sounds of exaggerated punching and kicking followed by the Ooohs and Aaahs of what sounds like a hundred people get louder the closer they get.
Crowd Chanting in Unison: GO DANIEL! GO DANIEL! GO DANIEL!
With the target in his sights, that being “The EPIC Gamer” Daniel Dream who is playing Mortal Kombat 11 with a crowd of fans cheering him on, Scar charges looking for one of his trademark kicks or knee strikes on the seated Dream but before Scar reaches Dream a man turns right into his path and Scar stops in his tracks but is a bit too late as the man, recognized as The Madman Kyūkyoku no Kyōjin, is bumped by Scar causing him to spill the drink he was holding all over his his favorite coat and down onto the expensive Pro Gaming Controller in the hands of Daniel Dream causing him to lose in Mortal Kombat. All three stare at one another as the room goes silent. Madman looks down at the drink running down his coats and glares at Scar who has no time to react before Madman cracks him with a thunderous right hand that crumbles the Croatain in a heap on the floor.
Katrina Von Feer: Scar! My pet!
She falls to his side but he’s out cold and she stares daggers at Madman as he walks off to find something to clean off his coat. Meanwhile Dream is irate as well that his favorite controller is ruined.
Angelica Ruiz-Meyer vs. Terra Mason
We return to the studio as the image of Daniel Dream holding his controller fades from the screen and we see Bridget behind the desk once again.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: In just moments we'll be showing you what happened when those four went from what you just saw backstage to an all out fight inside the ring to crown a Violence Champion, but first we got a match between Angelica Ruiz-Meyer and Terra Mason who we saw earlier with more of the bizarre that she's been displaying recently elsewhere. The match itself proved to be nothing more than a display of just what the future could hold for Terra Mason in an EPIC ring...
Bridget points to the display and highlights of Terra completely dominating every aspect of the match with Angelica are shown. A series of Gutbusters, four to be exact opened things up for Mason as she pulled out a Wheelbarrow Stunner
, Springboard Arm Drag
, Missile Dropkick
,and a Tornado DDT
in rapid fire succession to the delight of the crowd before effortlessly putting away the out matched veteran with Jet Force Drop (Diving Flatliner)
Bridget Lewis-Killings: Terra Mason made it look easy in her EPIC debut winning in 2 minutes 12 seconds over Angelica Ruiz-Meyer.
Adviser of Violence
Robert Quinn is shown standing in an empty ring, all sorts of elements of violence liter the canvas around him. Barbwire wrapped baseball bats, trash cans, chairs, staple guns, lighter fluid and matches, even a chainsaw- yes you read right a fucking chainsaw. Quinn looks down at the things in the ring and just shakes his head.
Robert Quinn: Technical wrestling, classic, beautiful matches between two performers who define pro wrestling with their feats of athleticism. That's my expertise and what I grew up on but I know there's a fan base for the more hardcore, or should I say violent style of wrestling that the men I've chosen to compete for the first ever EPIC Violence Championship thrive in. I knew I needed help when I chose to kick off the Violence division so I called an old friend of mine who for years was known as the Most Dangerous Man in Wrestling, a man who has ended careers for decades, and almost ended my very brief in ring career in only my second match. My Adviser of Violence is none other than Captain Howdy. He won't be appearing for EPIC but trust me when I say that the things you see in the Violence division all came from his twisted mind not mine. God help the men who vie for this.
Robert holds up the Violence title as we fade back to the studio.
Kyūkyoku no Kyōjin vs. El Diablo Blanco vs. Daniel Dream vs. Scar w/Katrina Von Feer
Bridget has already got the match playing on the giant display behind her when we return to the studio.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: The match that is taking place on the screen behind me is why we didn't make it on a network like A&E, ladies and gentlemen when I tell you that I saw a man begin this match by practically begging his opponents to punch him in the face. There was blood flowing within seconds of the bell ringing before weapons even got involved, just take a look at some of these highlights as we crown a champion.
The match fully fills the screen now and Blanco and Scar are fighting on the stage while Dream and Kyu are not shown. Scar appears to be out on his feet still suffering the affects of his earlier encounter with the Madman. Blanco tosses him off the stage and he lands on a production crate busting it into pieces but before Blanco gets to him Madman appears out of nowhere and sends Blanco off the stage. Madman turns around gets scooped up and hit with Do a Barrel Roll [Cartwheel Death Valley Driver] from Daniel Dream. Dream covers Kyu but the bell rings. Cameras pan around as Dream breaks the pin looking confused before we go back to the studio and Bridget.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: Confusion ensued after this but apparently a camera man was out of place during this ending sequence and didn't catch the fact that when Kyōjin sent El Diablo Blanco off the stage he actually landed on Scar and the referee counted to three causing out first champion to be crowned off camera, I'm sure someone will be out of a job out of the this but the official result is El Diablo Blanco winning the EPIC Violence Championship by pinning Scar in 14 minutes 7 seconds.
We return to a shot of a stunned looking Bridget sitting behind her desk.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: We have our first champion and he is El Diablo Blanco! What an absolutely insane war those four wild men fought for the Violence Championship. Now once the debris from the previous match was all cleaned up we got the arrival of a man you're sure to hate. Take a look...
She turns to the display and we move back to the Chaos Complex where a beautiful, buxom woman is standing in the middle of the ring. She is Lacey Lowe.
Lacey Lowe: Hello EPIC!
The crowd pops.
Lacey Lowe: My name is Lacey, and I’m here to introduce my husband, FRANK! LOWE!
AC/DC’s Big Balls starts playing at the chorus and Frank marches down the ramp and into the ring. Frank grabs the microphone from Lacey’s hand and leans in to take her hand and kiss it.
Frank Lowe: So this is it, huh? This is Epic?!
The crowd pop loud as hell.
Frank Lowe: Feels like a let down to me.
The crowd instantly boos.
Frank Lowe: Come on! Really? You all this THIS is reasonably described as Epic? We’re in Boulder City, right? We’re not even Epic enough to be in Las Vegas proper? What the hell is that about? Couldn’t afford the building rights in a REAL epic part of this godforsaken state?
The crowd continues booing Frank mercilessly.
Frank Lowe: Just be honest with yourselves, folks. You only live here because you’re degenerate gamblers who are addicted to hookers because you can’t possibly hope to find an even passably attractive woman with low enough standards to let any one of you in her pants!
Frank continues to bathe in the nuclear heat from the audience.
Frank Lowe: But look, I’ve got more important things to do than come down here and tell you all the straight truth about your shitberg of a city. No, no. I’m here to plant my flag in this ring, claim it as my own, and make an effort to find someone, ANYONE in the back there who has the low hangers to step up to The Lowe Hanger, to volunteer to give me my first win in this bush league company. So… anybody in the back wanna dance? Come on down to MY RING….
Nothing happens. There’s no music. No one appears on the stage. Frank walks to the ring ropes facing the entrance ramp and leans over them with a frustrated smile on his face. Lacey just stands behind him, silently occupying her familiar position relative to Frank.
Frank Lowe: Really? No takers at all? What the hell is this company anyway? Epic?! Not at this rate. Unless one of the sniveling, weak-willed, poor-excuses for a man in the ba…
Frank’s mic cuts out, and the crowd pops at the interruption. Frank looks at Lacey like he’s asking her what’s happening, and she’s as confused as he is. Then the lights go black.
We hear some sort of commotion in the ring but the pitch blackness of the arena hides the action. When the lights come back on, Frank is laid out in the middle of the ring with Lacey crouched over him holding his head in her lap.
On the stage, Onyx poses at the top of the ramp.
Moros vs. Muru
The scene shifts back to Bridget in the studio for her reaction.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: It would appear from what we just saw that Onyx has volunteered to be the first member of the Epic roster to tangle with Frank Lowe! We can expect to see more from those two in the coming weeks but these next two exchanged some works earlier tonight setting up the next match. Let's take a look at what happened when Moros and Muru met in the ring.
Bridget motions to the screen behind her and clips from the match start playing as they have a very back and forth affair with Muru getting out to a strong start using his veteran expertise to ground the youngster showing he's still as athletic as ever by hitting a beautiful Spinning Heel Kick. Moros would come back though almost scoring what many would see as an upset off a Tilt a Whirl Pile Driver bur Muru kicked out at the very last second leading to Moros showing his frustration and allowing the veteran to recover. From there a Jumping High Knee put Moros down and a Muru Splash (Frog Splash) finished him off. Muru got up to celebrate while a dejected Moros rolled to the floor.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: In a show stealer of a match Muru defeats Moros in a match that went 19 minutes and 4 seconds. That will be hard to top for sure but we still have a main event for the Chaos Title! Moments after Muru and Moros put on a show though we saw Daniel Dream make his way back out, let's see what he had to say.
“Die Anywhere Else” by MandoPony plays over the PA system in the arena. Daniel Dream slowly walks down the entrance ramp before entering the ring. Daniel sticks his right hand through the ropes and a ring assistant hands him a microphone.
Daniel Dream: The year has been going horribly for me because I lost my IBW World Heavyweight Championship to Ana Somnia, I lost my ECWF World Heavyweight Championship to Marco Rossi. But the year will be going better for me because I will win the Violence Championship. I will win the Violence Championship some time this year. Because I wasn't pinned, I think I deserve a match for the Violence Championship, let’s say...next week?
“Not Going Away” by Ozzy Osbourne hits the PA and EPIC CEO Robert Quinn walks out from the back and onto the ramp with a big smile on his face and a microphone of his own in his hand and takes in the cheers from the crowd while the music fades.
Robert Quinn: This is what I want to see! This is the kind of passion and determination that EPIC is about. Daniel you’ve got your shot right here NEXT WEEK!
The crowd pops loudly for this announcement as Daniel nods his head in a satisfied manner before the opening instrumental to "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) by Ylvis starts playing over the loud speakers as the crowd starts bouncing along to the music. El Diablo Blanco, his shiney new Violence Championship draped over his shoulder, steps out onto the ramp next to the CEO. Blanco takes Robert’s arm and brings the mic to his mouth.
El Diablo Blanco: We don’t have to wait til next week. Let’s do this now.
The crowd erupts at the thought of a second Violence Championship match happening. As Robert nods his head in approval.
Robert Quinn: I think from the reaction these fans just gave they want to see it. I know I do as well. Daniel how about you?
Daniel Dream: It's on!
Quinn motions towards the ring and Blanco starts down the aisle.
Robert Quinn: We have a match then, enjoy.
El Diablo Blanco vs. Daniel Dream
Bridget speaks over the scene going on.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: And like that we had another Violence Championship match but this one had a much more shocking ending and it was actually caught on camera this time.
As Blanco gets on the ring apron Dream readies for a fight and the bell sounds, but Daniel charges at Blanco with a Superman Punch that staggers him on the apron. Dream wastes little time going out on the apron, and hooking El Diablo Blanco's head before leaping off the apron and driving him through a table that was setup at ringside with Pro Gamer Move [Double Underhook Facebuster] from there it was as simple as 1-2-3 new champion. We head back to the studio for Bridget's thoughts on the match.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: The Violence Title changed hands for the second time tonight as Daniel Dream put away the previous champion who's reign lasted all of one hour in less than a minute. Next up we see what took place between The Dalmon's before our main event,
What Lizzy Wants
The camera cuts backstage where an angry Lizzy Dalmon is storming out of the building. Her brother Landon is following closely behind her trying to calm her down. He isn’t having much luck.
Lizzy Dalmon: We came all this way for nothing! I thought I was going to get my hands on someone. I really needed to get my hands on someone...
Landon Dalmon: I know sis, but this is how the business is sometimes. You don’t always get what you want.
Lizzy Dalmon: When don’t I get what I want brother?
This is true. He can’t remember a time where Lizzy didn’t get what she wanted, no matter what she wanted. As they exit the Chaos Complex there is a limousine waiting for them. The driver opens the door but the siblings don’t enter.
Landon Dalmon: I know what will make you feel better. Why don’t we have a little fun tonight? I’m sure we can find someone who wouldn’t mind partying with the Dalmons.
This seems to cheer Lizzy up a little bit.
Lizzy Dalmon: It has been awhile since we entertained a guest. I’m sure I can find someone worthy of our time.
She scans the crowd looking for the perfect choice. Her eyes suddenly stop and she gets a huge smile on her face.
Lizzy Dalmon: Her!
She points to a girl in the crowd. The girl is of questionable age but quite attractive, with light brown hair in a ponytail. She’s dressed in a tight pair of jeans and a Epic Rebirth t-shirt. Landon walks over to the girl who is standing next to an older man, perhaps her father?
Landon Dalmon: It looks like it’s your lucky day. How would you like to have the night of your life?
The girl gets very excited and turns to the older man.
Girl: OMG! I can’t believe I’m being asked to hang out with the Dalmons! Daddy, please can I go? Please!!!
Older Man: Well…
Without even waiting for a response Landon starts leading the girl toward the limo. As the girl enters Landon stares and gets a knowing smirk on face. Her dad starts to follow to the extravagant transport but Lizzy stops him in his tracks.
Lizzy Dalmon: Oh sorry daddy...but you’re not invited. I don’t think you’d approve of the things we have planned for your daughter.
She leans in and whispers into the man’s ear. As she’s talking the man starts to blush a bit. Lizzy then glances down below the man’s belt before looking up and giving him a little smile.
Lizzy Dalmon: Or maybe you would…
She walks away and joins her brother and the girl in the back of the limousine. The driver shuts the door behind them and then enters through the driver’s door. The limo then speeds away, leaving the man standing there.
Older Man: But it’s a school night....
Main Event - Chaos Championship
Derrick Vayden vs. Graham Baker
We join Bridget behind the desk for the final time tonight.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: I'm at a loss for words after seeing what took place with Lizzy and Landon Dalmon but I had to power through it because we still have our Main Event to get to as two men who know each other well as they share spots on the roster at Action Wrestling but a split between the Counterweight and Heavyweight rosters there have kept them apart but tonight they met for the first time but I don't think what either man had planned happened. See for yourself as I show you what happened during our final match of the night.
Highlights of the much anticipated match up between Graham Baker and Derrick Vayden for the Chaos Championship kick off Vayden trying to surprise Baker out of the gate with his V-Trigger Knee known as Journey to Nowhere caught him coming in and turned it into an Exploder Suplex. Baker would go on to pile it on with the chops, knees, and kicks he's become known for worldwide but Vayden showed the heart that had made him a fan favorite for much of his career but was certainly not getting cheered in this match. A desperation Buckle Bomb from Vayden that appeared to do a number on the lower back of Graham Baker put the Cool Kid member in clear control but Baker kept kicking out of everything Derrick threw at him. A frustrated Vayden wasted too much time complaining to the ref long enough that Graham was able to load up and blast a standing Vayden with Psalm Twenty-Knee but the impact sent Vayden out of the ring. Baker launched himself over the top rope in attempt to do more damage to Vayden before bringing him back into the ring for the the finish but he didn't get enough height due to his back being damaged and took a hard bump on the ring apron. With both competitors down outside the ring the ref was forced to count them both out. We rejoin Bridget in the studio.
Bridget Lewis-Killings: Now you might think that's the end of our show but you would be wrong, as an EPIC Original returned after the main event to reclaim what he never lost. I'll leave you with these closing moments and hope you enjoyed the show and will tune in next week! Goodnight.
The lights in the studio dim as the screen behind Bridget shows Baker and Vayden both down outside the ring when “All You Can Eat” by The Fat Boys hits the PA and the crowd inside the Chaos Complex absolutely loose their minds when the 6'6" 400 lb "Hungry" Jack Swanson makes his way down to ringside where the time keeper has the Chaos Championship. Jack can be seen clearly mouthing the words"That's mine!" before snatching it out of the time keepers hands and heading back up the ramp. Graham Baker and Derrick Vayen look on from ringside after a hard fought match resulted in a double count out as this smiling monster of a man holds the title they just fought for up in the air and we conclude the return episode of EPIC Chaos.