Abraham Washington Show
In the ring we see a red carpet laid down in the ring with a monitor showing the Abraham Washington Show logo. One main single sofa chair is set up, and then right next to that is a long couch. There are tables with mugs on them in front of the couch. The music hits and down the ramp comes Abraham Washington, getting booed soundly. He makes his way into the ring with a big smile on his face as he sarcastically thanks the fans for their applause.
Abraham Washington welcomes us to the show and talks about how nice it is to be back on the air, as he knows everyone missed his weekly show while he and ECW were away. He then talks about how he is bringing back his great weekly interviews, and then goes on to introduce his guests, the newly crowned ECW World Tag Team Champions, Danny Doring and Roadkill.
Out come the two men with their newly received title belts. They make their way down to the ring as Abraham Washington shakes each man’s hand and they take their seats. The first question asked is how they feel about ECW coming back, and what they expect from the show and the roster.
Doring and Roadkill talk about how the scenery has definitely changed and that there are a lot of fresh faces on the roster they aren’t used to seeing. They say though they trust Paul Heyman to bring ECW back to greatness and expect big things to happen, especially since there is an old school feel just with a more modern look.
Abraham Washington then asks about them being awarded the ECW World Tag Team Championships, whether or not they thought they deserved it and if they see any prospective contenders on the roster.
Doring and Roadkill start talking about how they never did technically lose the belts last time before ECW closed their doors the first time. They talk about how they understand a lot has changed but they were in the midst in one of the longer tag team title reigns before ECW closed and they were stripped of their titles. Their answer to the question is that yes, they do still think they deserve being awarded the titles. They then go to address contenders on the roster when they are cut off by the music of…
The Dudley Boyz! Out come Buh Buh and D-Von as Abraham Washington looks frustrated that his show is being interrupted. Doring and Roadkill stand in the ring as they place their belts on the table as the Dudley Boyz make their way into the ring as they grab mics from a stagehand.
Abraham Washington asks what right they think they have coming out here and interrupting his show, because they weren’t invited guests.
Buh Buh tells him that frankly they don’t give a damn what he has to say, tell him to shut up, and says that he and D-Von wouldn’t want to be invited as guests on this piece of crap show anyways. D-Von then moves on to talk to Doring and Roadkill. Both he and Buh Buh express their respect for Doring and Roadkill but say if any team was deserving of being awarded the belts, it would be them seeing as though the Dudley Boyz have the most tag team championship reigns in the history of ECW.
Doring and Roadkill pick up their titles as they talk about their respect for the Dudley Boyz, and that while they respect their opinion they are wrong. They talk about how not only were they the last champions but their one reign was at 129 days, the Dudley Boyz eight reigns totaled 291 days, which is just an average title reign of about 36 days. Doring and Roadkill talk about how if ECW had not closed its doors they were well on their way to moving past the Dudley Boyz for longer reigns in their one compared to the Dudley’s eight. Doring and Roadkill talk about how in fact their one reign was 37 days longer than the Dudley Boyz longest title reign. Doring and Roadkill once again talk about their respect for the Dudley Boyz and how they are one of if not the most decorated tag team in history, but that they disagree with them, and that Doring and Roadkill are indeed deserving of being crowned ECW World Tag Team Champions.
The Dudley Boyz talk about how none of their statistics matter, and if they want to truly find out who is more deserving of being the tag team champions, they will put their belts on the line at the next Pay-Per-View Barely Legal!
Doring and Roadkill mull it over before agreeing to the match. They then talk about since the match will be occurring at Barely Legal, all matches need to take place inside a Steel Cage, Hell in a Cell, or the Elimination Chamber. They say they will agree to put their titles on the line against the Dudley Boyz at Barely Legal if they accept their challenge for the match to be inside a Steel Cage… surrounded by barbed wire!
The Dudley Boyz accept the terms of Doring and Roadkill as they get face to face and Doring and Roadkill raise their belts high in the air. Abraham Washington then buts in saying only on his show will you see something like this before both teams give him a stare down. He backs off and away as the two teams go back to staring at one another.
Styles and Taz talk about the match that was just made for Barely Legal before heading to commercial.