PK: Our next match is for the Rage Ignition title and it’s a three-way bout featuring Shaz, the current champion, Damian Bloodstone, and Chris King! These three men are definitely going to be the future of EWNCW at some point - hell, any of them, with a little more experience could fit in with the top crowd right now.
Daniels: That’s right, the current champion Shaz has held that belt for a month, since winning it from Damian Bloodstone, one of his two opponents tonight. You can bet Bloodstone is out for blood tonight, he’s going to want his title back and he’s going to want to take it directly from the man who took it from him.
Bodom: Well, you have to remember, there is a wildcard in this match as well. Chris King. This man is going to want to do what, he has to do, to get that title. Even if it means beating both men here tonight. This man is hungry, and let me tell you, he is in the PERFECT position to win this tonight! Why? Because Bloodstone is going to be focused on Shaz, and vice-versa. All King has to do is pick his spot and you’ll be looking at your NEW Rage Ignition Champion!
Daniels: Well, you are right about that - King is in a good position to win this one. The question is, does he know it? Does he know the bundle of luck that has been dropped down in his lap, and will he take advantage of it?
PK: Who knows, but here in a few minutes we are going to find out, aren’t we!?
JMcM: This next match is scheduled for one fall, and is a Triple Threat match for the Rage Ignition Championship! Introducing first, from Boulder, Nevada., Damian Bloodstone!
*The crowd pops loud when Bloodstone come out - the look in his eyes tells the story. He’s out for blood, and by God, he was determined to get it. He made his way into the ring, after shaking hands with some of the people in the crowd. He gets in the ring and motions for both of his opponents to get out there right then and there.*
Daniels: This man right here is pissed, and whomever is in his path tonight better be smarter and faster than Bloodstone, otherwise, they won’t make it out of Vendetta with a title, let alone, with the ability to walk.
PK: I agree- this was the champion walking into GTTB, but at the end of the night, he couldn’t get it done; now, he has another shot to get back what he sees as his, and I’m sure he is going to make the most of it.
Bodom: Oh, I think he will, but will it be enough? Will his two opponents tonight be that much better than him, and take the title for themselves, or will he come out on top?
JMcM: Introducing next, from, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Chris King!!!!!!!!!!
*The crowd is mixed on King’s entrance, half of them boo and half of them cheer. He still has a depressed look on his face, wondering why they are booing him. He shakes the hands of the ones that want to and waits outside of the ring. Bloodstone is pissed, and King knows why - it’s not yet time for him to get face to face with Bloodstone*
Bodom: This is the wildcard of the match, I think. He is in the perfect spot to take the match and walk out of Vendetta with the title.
Daniels: Yes, he is, but will he do his former friend, Bloodstone, like that? Or will he try and salvage what he can of their friendship?
PK: This is wrestling, business first, friends later. If King wants to go to the top, he’s going to have to learn that, and live by it. Trying to make friends here, is not going to bode well for him at all.
JMcM: Introducing finally, from The Rapids, The Rage Ignition Champion, Shaz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
*Shaz is hit with monstrous boos, almost like a wall. He pretends they are blowing him away, but soon stops and smirks at the crowd. From the top of the ramp, he looks from King to Bloodstone, With a large grin, he holds up his title and slaps the faceplate. “MINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” He calls, before heading towards the ring.
Daniels: This is the man of the hour, so to speak. The Rage Ignition Champion, The Rapid King, Shaz. Can he walk out of here with the same swagger he is walking in here with? He is going up against Bloodstone and Chris King!
Bodom: He has the advantage tonight, except in strategic positioning. But Shaz is the champion, and the champion is always destined for great things, and tonight, that great thing, may be walking out of here with the belt.
PK: Assuming he survives tonight. Shaz is going to be great in the future, but right now, he is facing a mountain of problems instead of a mole-hill. Bloodstone is pissed off, and King is in superior positioning, so how can he make this work? Well, I guess the answer to my question is going to be up soon, the match is about to get started.
*Chris King and Bloodstone look from each other to Shaz, who is talking trash to both me. He tells them the belt is going home with him, like it did after GTTB, and how it‘s going to do for a LONG time. Bloodstone gets him in face, and King steps up, prompting Bloodstone to push him back. Shaz slaps the belt again, and shoves Bloodstone, the referee gets in between all three men, in order to gain some control.*
Shaz(Hardy) vs Bloodstone(Eddie) vs King(Christian)
(Ignore last two minutes)
-Shaz drops the leg drop, then stands up and mocks Bloodstone. He goes after King and sets him up for a monkey flip. On the run over, King moves out of the way and catches Shaz with a monstrous clothesline. He goes for a pin on Shaz, but only gets two - he then scurries over to try on Bloodstone for the same count. Getting up to his knees, King picks up Bloodstone, and tosses him out of the ring. With his attention back on Shaz, he pulls him towards the middle of the ring, and slaps on a Figure Four Leg Lock.-
Daniels: Oh dear God, look at the torque! The champion is going to have to tap right here, right now!
Bodom: Yes, he is - with no ropes in range and Bloodstone thrown out of the ring, Shaz has no one left to save him.
*Shaz refuses to tap, he grabs his own head as he screams out in pain. It’s either tap or pass out and Shaz’s decision is obvious. Bloodstone gets up and hurriedly slides in the ring, but instead of breaking up the submission, he goes around to Shaz’s front, and starts to talk shit. “Pass out, Shaz. Don’t worry, you’ll lose your title and won’t even have to be a conscious part of it.” He then slaps the man repeatedly to a loud ovation for the crowd. Soon, however, he gets bored, and goes around to King - slamming his foot down on his face. He picks the man up and throws him into a turnbuckle, causing the man to shoot back and fall.*
PK: Damian is out for blood!
*He turns back to Shaz, but finds he has rolled out of the ring. Quickly going on the pursuit, he finds himself on the bad end of a stomping. Shaz motions back to King, telling him to set up a clothesline. Bloodstone is tossed into a corner, and Shaz pulls off a monkey-flip, only for Bloodstone to be sent directly into a clothesline. King goes for the quick pin, but is stopped by Shaz, who puts a stop to it. A kick to the mid-section and Shaz taunts the crowd then… HE HITS THE CANADIAN DESTROYER! The crowd erupts in boos as Shaz covers Chris King.*
JMcM: Here is your winner, and still Rage Ignition Champion, Shaz!
Daniels: Shaz has done it! He’s walking out of Vendetta as the Rage Ignition Champion! Just like he said he would.
PK: Yes, he did, but you know Bloodstone is going to be P.O’d at how he did it! He used King to take out Bloodstone just because he couldn’t do it himself! That said, this match was pretty damn good, especially the ending. These three men right here are mighty impressive!
Bodom: Yes they are, and yes this match was. The question is, where do they go now? Shaz is going to want new competition, or is the higher ups going to give Bloodstone a one-on-one with the man. If Shaz needed help now, what about when it’s just him against a fired up Bloodstone?
PK: We are leaving out somewhere here! King! He’s got a test of what it’s like to be that close to the title, he’s going to want to get it again, and he wont’ stop until he does! The question is, how far will he go?
Bodom: If I was him, I’d do whatever I could to get that title. He had the chance tonight, but could not capitalize, another chance won’t come around again, I’d assume. Everything was thrown into his lap.
PK: Yes, it was, but who knows.
Daniels: I do, and I have a feeling, things aren’t over yet with these three, not by a long-long shot.