*People dislike Montoya and Rodríguez and they let them know*
Ellis:This match is set for one fall and it is a tag team match. Introducing first, accompanied to the ring by Alexis de la Rosa, they are the team of Julio Montoya and Esteban Rodríguez, The Mexicaaaan Nightmareeeees!
King: Welcome back to Warzone, this is time for some Brutality, as the Mexican Nightmares face Cirque du Freak next.
Thomas: You've gotta love both teams, but the Nightmares are on fire lately, kicking the asses of Fuegos Artificales and The Bloodstone Empire and now challenging Mixed Emotions for the Grand Championship.
King: That will be a hell of a match, no doubt, as not only those two are participating, but The Sexiest Alpha Males are also involved.
*Chorus of boos for these two*
Ellis: And their opponents, the team of Twisted and Slither, Cirqueeeeeeee du Freaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak!!!!
King: These two scare me.
Thomas: Man up, Josh! They are as dangerous as the Jimmy of Twilight, who is not a vampire, is a fairy.
King: These two are real.
Thomas: So what? You want some garlic? A cross? Holy water?
Mexican Nightmares = Los Guerreros / Cirque du Freak = Kurt and Chris. Start at 1:17, stop at 9:45.
*Rodríguez follows that elbow with a bulldog, and goes for a quick cover.*
*Slither kicks out. Rodríguez grabs him and takes him near the corner to tag Montoya in. Esteban holds Slither so Julio can kick him in the mid section. Slither bends over and Montoya takes him to the center of the ring, setting his opponent for the jumping DDT he calls the Montoya DDT and nails it to perfection.*
Thomas: Brilliant execution! This one is over
Thomas: That was a slow count!
*Montoya can't believe he didn't get three, so he starts arguing with the ref, turning his back on Slither. The ref threatens Montoya with a disqualification, but Julio keeps arguing, long enough for Slither to recover and clubbing his opponent on the head. The motion makes Montoya's head crash with the referee's, and both are down. Twisted immediately enters the ring for a two on one beatdown, but Rodríguez quickly follows, raining punches on Slither. Then both twins turn his attention to Rodríguez, double teaming him with kicks and punches. Then Cirque du Freak Irish whip Esteban into the ropes, but the Mexican superstar grabs them, avoiding bouncing back towards his opponents, to no avail, as they charge and double clothesline him over the top rope. Twisted goes out of the ring to take care of the fallen Rodríguez.*
King: Cirque du Freak turned the tables with some luck and underhanded tactics, things aren't looking good for the Mexican Nightmares.
*Slither has turned his attention to Montoya, who was trying to recover with the help of the ropes. Slither comes to him with big rights to the head, before kicking him in the gut. He then places Montoya into position for a powerbomb, the finisher he calls the Overkill (three consecutive powerbombs). As he has Montoya ready for the first one, Alexis de la Rosa enters the ring and prevents Slither to hit the finisher by positioning herself in the place Montoya should hit the ring, pleading Slither not to do it. Slither quickly turns around and hits the move, despite Alexis's efforts not to. But instead of going for the second powerbomb, he turns his attention to her, threatening to do the same to de la Rosa. She drops to her knees, begging him for mercy. When Slither is close enough, Alexis hits him with a low blow.*
King: That was nasty!
Thomas: My own balls hurt.
King: Too much information.
*Slither is bending in great pain, he turns around only to eat a Julio DDT! Montoya goes for the cover, and Alexis tries to wake the referee up. When the official sees the pinning predicament, he starts the slow count.*
*Twisted tries to enter the ring, but Rodríguez is grabbing him by the foot.*
*De la Rosa has come down the ring, grabs Twisted free foot and she and Esteban manage to take Twisted down.*
Ding, ding, ding!
Ellis: Here are your winners, The Mexican Nightmares!
King: They were lucky with the help of Alexis de la Rosa in this one.
Thomas: It was Slither's fault to begin with, he knocked the ref out, and both teams took advantage, don't forget that.