The camera fades in to show a smiling Seth Gabel sitting on a stool next to a flat screen TV on a plinth. On the TV, the IWA Chaos signature is playing silently on a loop as Seth starts to speak.
Wassup, guys! Seth Gabel here for IWA.com and we're here to have a quick peek at what we can expect to see this Sunday on Chaos. Before we go into that though, I just wanna give a quick mention about IWA Revolution which debuted on TV this week. I know the network is showing re-runs throughout the week, so be sure to check you local listings and watch the show to keep abreast of everything happening over there.
So what can we expect this Sunday? Well, for starters, IWA Heavyweight Champion, Shaz, retained his title after beating the number one contender, Chris Divine. Divine has been somewhat silent since Night Of Legends and many speculate that he may not even turn up to the show this week. Regardless, I've heard that backstage, there are a few guys who want to have a crack at Shaz and take that title away from him, and hopefully we'll have an idea of who will be in the title picture sooner rather than later.
Speaking of the title picture, Kyojin beat Jman for a second time in succession at Night Of Legends. Jman, like Divine, has fallen off the radar recently but Kyojin has been very vocal backstage about his title ambitions. A point accentuated when, during the draft at Night Of Legends, there was a brawl and Kyojin was the last man standing. The 'Superstar of the Year' is always after gold and one can only assume that Smokey won't think twice about letting him have a crack at Shaz.
After a hard fought battle, Mike Hawk was also victorious at Night Of Legends and will be requiring a new opponent for his Blackout Championship. As a result, there will be a number one contender's match this week on Chaos between Ace Note and 'The Freak' Ryan Wells. I know Hawk will be scouting that match very closely and so he should – both men have the opportunity to cause some concern for Hawk and regardless of the result, it will be an amazing match at Death By Glory.
Malcolm Adonis, however, is in a situation where there doesn't seem to be anything for him. After his loss to Hawk, he remains outwardly confident but you have to assume that, deep down, he is bothered by the fact that he hasn't won a match in IWA for two months now. Will Adonis tackle this issue head on? One can only hope that the Sexual Sensation comes back to form, as he is an amazing performer in and out of the ring. Giggity.
We'll also be seeing action from some of the new blood that's coming into IWA, so keep an eye out for James, Matthew Black and Mr. Torture.
So there we have it guys. A brief look at what to expect this week and I am certan much more will happen too. I'll see you Sunday!
The camera fades to black, and the IWA logo flashes across the screen.