World Heavyweight Title: The Phoenix
Intercontinental Title: Johnny Maverick


Emily Corlen vs Nightstryker

Non-Title Match

Eric Emerson: At this time I’d like to introduce to you the next combatants for the “Who’s the Man” tournament…

The lights in the arena cut to black as the intro to "Paid My Dues" by Anastacia hits the P.A.

You can say what you want about me
Want to do what you want to me
But you cannot stop me

Green strobe lights fill the arena and Emily Corlen slowly rises up through the stage, her arms outstretched akin to wings. She sweeps her arms over her head and closes them around her mouth, screaming loudly before a single blast of pyro goes off behind her. The strobe lights slow down as Emily begins making her way down the ramp.

Eric Emerson: Fighting her way out of Los Angeles, California and representing the Order of Chaos…

As the lights return to normal and the music fades, Emily slowly paces around the canvas, glancing out to the crowd.

Eric Emerson: I give you – the True Glory World Champion – this is EMILY CORLEN!

She raises her belt up to the crowd. As the lights start to dim again.

Eric Emerson: And her opponent…

“Tomorrow” by SR-71 hits the arenas PA-system as the lights go down more and a spotlight shines down on the entryway.

Eric Emerson: Hailing from Chicago, IL, and weighing in at two hundred and forty-two pounds and standing at six-feet two-inches...

Nightstryker steps out from behind the curtain and steps directly into the spotlight. He casually makes his way to the ring, hops on top of the apron and rolls under the bottom rope.

Eric Emerson: Representing the Masters of Armageddon – he is Pioneer Wrestlin’s Intercontinental Champion – Bryce Knight – this is NIGHTSTRYKER!

Knight holds up his belt in mocking fashion of Corlen’s earlier ceremony. We get a bell.


Jon McDaniel: Two champions in their respective community federations this should be a good one. Can’t believe we’re getting this in the first round of the Who’s the Man Tourney!

Brian Rentfro: If the world ran on what you did and didn’t believe...

The two lockout, with Nightstryker taking the first advantage. He puts Corlen into a side headlock, wrenching her neck back and forth. He pushes Emily off the ropes and our return connects with a flapjack. Corlen’s face bounces off the canvas.

Jon McDaniel: Then what?

Brian Rentfro: I ran out of interest.

Stryker pull her up by the hair and lands a knee to the gut. Then he focuses to put her right back down on the ground with an armbar. He adds a hand to the face to further torque the hold.

Jon McDaniel: In your own joke?

Brian Rentfro: Just call the play-by-play, I’ve got a headache.

Emily works her way to the feet, pulls his hand off of her face, squirms her way out of the armbar, and puts both her hands around the back of the neck. Pulling down she forces her two knees strongly into his gut.

Jon McDaniel: Corlen fighting her way out of that early submission, not going to let Stryker take an easy advantage from that outset.

Nightstryker staggering back, Corlen pushes him off the ropes and on his return is met with a lariat. He’s flattened but doesn’t hesitate in jumping back to his feet. Bryce is welcomed with an elbow to the midsection for his efforts.

Jon McDaniel: She’s staying one step ahead of his so far.

Emily puts both hands around his back and lifts up for a chokeslam.

Jon McDaniel: Seventh Heaven! Corlen displaying impressive power as usual. Bryce is in trouble,...

Brian Rentfro: He’ll be fine.

Bryce swings wildly and catches her below the left arm with his leg, breaking her grasp. Bryce whips her off the ropes now, and hits her with a mule kick. Corlen takes the shot hard falling through the middle ropes and to the outside.

Brian Rentfro: See, I told you.

The intercontinental champion goes outside to meet her, looking to land a body splash from the apron – but he doesn’t get all of her – both of them are down.

Jon McDaniel: Fans are letting their voice be heard – they certainly don’t want a double count out for this one.

They both start to stir at the same time, but Corlen is first to take an advantage. She pot shots Stryker in the knee cap and combos it with a European uppercut. He winds up with his arms against the guardrail to support himself up.

Jon McDaniel: She’s making Bryce Knight believe in what she touted earlier in the week.

Emily looks to deposit him into the first row with a lariat, but Stryker meets her halfway with a spear.

Brian Rentfro: He snapped her two!

Jon McDaniel: Our referee is up to an eight count! What happens if they both lose? It just opens the bracket up for everyone else.

Brian Rentfro: One less match to call, I think I’d be fine with that.

Stryker is suddenly very aware of the count, and rolls under the bottom rope for a moment to get a break. Then back to the outside he collars Emily to her feet and throws her hard against the ring apron. Emily takes the move hard against her lower back.

Jon McDaniel: Bryce taking this one to the next level. He fears his hot streak is in jeopardy. And he should think that, she's in his head; she's been overpowering him.

Nightstryker looking for a side suplex but Emily catches his arm and counter with another knee to his gut. She rolls him into the ring and follows him in.

Jon McDaniel: And we’re back inside the ring.

She brings him to his feet just to whip him to ropes. As Stryker comes back she kicks him in the gut, then lifts him up for the Ashes to Ashes, a lungblower backbreaker. After she drops his body to the canvas she piles on the offensive with the Dust to Dust, a wicked curb stomp.

Jon McDaniel: Wow, an impressive combo of moves there. Haven't seen that out of Emily in AOWF action in a long time. This may be it for Stryker!



Jon McDaniel: No!

Stryker pushes away but the TGW champion stays on him. She wears him down with a side headlock, really wrenching back. Nightstryker fights through, working his way to his feet, pushing out of the hold and then connecting with a tall kick to her dome. Emily staggers and Bryce puts the tip of his foot in her stomach. He wastes no time, puts an arm around her head and leg and arches back with a release fisherman’s suplex.

Jon McDaniel: Sending his fall from grace competitor a message with that big move.

He jumps up to his feet and plays to the crowd after that one.

Jon McDaniel: It’s fine and all to know about what lies ahead – but he’s got to keep his focus on the TGW champion instead of showing up guys not even in this federation.

Brian Rentfro: Meh, let ‘em do what he wants. It’s his funeral.

Nightstryker pulls her by the legs into the middle of the ring and then after pulling her up by the hair, he scoops her up looking to connect with a piledriver.

Jon McDaniel: The Mindbender! If he hits this, he’s moving on!

Out of desperation, Emily finds a way to squirm out of it. She slips down his back and underhooks his for a reverse DDT. She slams him down hard. Then hooks a leg for the cover.



Jon McDaniel: No! He just got a shoulder up.

Emily is frustrated with that count, but she gets to her feet and pulls up Stryker to his. Not wasting any time she pushes him to the corner. Following it up with a pair of elbow smashes to Knight’s chest. He’s stunned; held up only by his arms against the ropes.

Brian Rentfro: Not looking good for the MoA representative here.

Jon McDaniel: And looking very good for the Order of Chaos because of it.

Emily takes a foot to the throat and wears him down to his knees. Two big strides back she comes at him knee to the face.

Jon McDaniel: That may be enough!

She hooks the leg again.



Jon McDaniel: No! I thought that was 3!

Brian Rentfro: You always think it’s three. How bought you show some respect to our professional referees for once.

Jon McDaniel: Because that’s all you ever do?

Emily pulls him back to his feet, setting him up for a glam slam – but Bryce isn’t having it. He pushes her back and then connects with a standing side kick. They’re both down.

Jon McDaniel: They are wearing each other out here. The winner may not have that much left in the tank for round two even.

Brian Rentfro: Oh, it ain’t that bad.

Stryker is first up, he grabs a handful of Corlen’s hair, drags her to her feet and pulls her right back down with a snap mare. He then wrenches back on her with a dragon sleeper for just long enough to get the ref to ask her once if she gives. She doesn’t.

Jon McDaniel: That wasn’t going to be enough, but I imagine Stryker already knew that.

Nightstryker then jumps out with his back feet from the hold and brings her down hard to the canvas. He moves to the opposite corner of the ring, waiting for Emily to get up. She’s slowly stirring. Nightstryker charges in looking to take her off her feet with a clothesline, but Emily ducks under and kicks him gut.

Jon McDaniel: Double underhook from the True Glory champion – this could be Down in Flames !

But Nightstryker isn’t having in of and wraps her up with a small package.





Eric Emerson: Your winner of this first round match – the Pioneer Wrestling Intercontinental Champion – NIGHTSTRYKER!

Jon McDaniel: I can honestly say I thought Corlen was going to pull this one out.

Emily rolls out of the ring, upset over the quick result. Stryker has his belt handed to him as he takes a seat in the corner.

Jethro Hayes vs Violet Harper

Singles Match

Harper and Hayes made it to the ring, each one looking to advance into the second round of the tournament. They locked up, and Jethro is able to use his power advantage to get Harper on the ground with a scoop slam. Harper gets up, but is backed up with a big boot. Jethro hits the ropes and jumps up, landing on Harper! Jethro hooks the leg and gets a two count. Harper tries to fight back, hitting Hayes with a few right hands as she got back to her feet. She hits the ropes and comes back for a cross body, but Hayes caught her and slammed her down to the mat hard! Jethro picks her up and lifts her high in the air, driving her down to the mat with the Planter! Jethro goes for the cover, hooking both legs. 1 2 3!

Winner: Jethro Hayes

Stevie Swing vs Matt Stoney

Singles Match

Stevie is the first to offense by grounding Stone with a drop toe hold as he comes for her, but Stone quickly rises to his feet and hits Stevie with a text book hip toss hard ot the mat. Before Stone could capitalize, Stevie shot her legs around Matt and pulled him down into a simple choke hold. Stone was able to quickly maneuver his body to the ropes in order to force a break from Stevie. Stevie gets up and they lock up in a grapple, but Stone receives a few too many elbows to head and is surprised by a snap suplex he is on the receiving end of. They both rise to their feet, and soon began trading chops.


Stevie knees Stone in the gut. Stevie backs up to get a bit of leverage before attempting the Hello Kitty Leg Drop, but Stone rolled out of the in time. He then hits the Stone Cutter. He goes for the pin but Swing kicks out after two. They trade more blows back and forth, when Matt Stone ducks under and hits a German suplex for the pin!


But wait! A complication arises! As always happens in this sort of pinfall, both Stevie's and Matt's shoulders were on the mat! That's a double pinfall! If you're playing the Pro Wrestling drinking game, drink up!

Winners: Stevie Swing & Matt Stone


Losers: Stevie Swing & Matt Stone

Jon McDaniel: Wait a minute... Who advances in the tournament?

Who indeed, Jon. Who indeed?

Anna Matthews vs Marvin Wood

Singles Match

The match started out even. Both Anna and Marvin sharing the spotlight. Marvin Wood picked up the pace when he proceeded to pull off a series of moves. After a few knife edged chops to the red upper portion to Matthews chest, he takes Matthews up into a beautiful full nelson suplex! Aftering a few painful moments of Wood's chickenwing camel clutch, Anna Mathews was in it bad! when kicking out of Wood's crucifix pinfall, Anna Matthews took control! Catching Marvin with a swinging inverted DDT, she followed that up with a standing moonsault and blows over Wood with a hand spring back elbow! She goes for her trademark double jump 630 splash but misses!! Marvin proceeded with his amazing Imperfect Science signature move and thus pinned Matthews for the count of three!

Winner: Marvin Wood

Gonzo McQueen vs Kvlt Drachen

Singles Match

Kvlt started off the match with a stunning right hand, but Gonzo caught the hand and began to do a variety of moves as he chained wrestled with Kvlt. Drachen, definitely not known for his technical ability, just tried to use brute force to break out of the holds. Gonzo tried for a leg sweep, this gave Kvlt his chance to pound and break the hold. Kvlt was able to nail him with several right hands, eventually backing him up in the corner. Gonzo was able to out wrestle Kvlt for about three minutes, but Kvlt looked as though he was going to ground and pound for twice that amount of time, at least. Kvlt whipped Gonzo in to the corner, using his shoulder to ram him repeatedly there and kept him short of breath. Gonzo tried his best to fight back, but was weakened as he was unable to draw a full breath. Kvlt continued pounding his shoulder into Gonzo's stomach following it with a few headbutts for good measure. Gonzo stumbled out of the corner, Drachen was there kicking him in the ass for a bit of humiliation. Gonzo stumbled in to the ropes, Drachen was ready for a back body; however Gonzo had the presence of mind to hit a swinging neckbreaker. Gonzo took a bit to gather his wits, but mainly his breath. Gonzo pulled himself up, climbing up top and coming off with a shin across Kvlt's throat. Gonzo locked on several arm submissions, trying to take his opponent's power away from him. Gonzo finally settled on a Crippler Crossface, but Kvlt made it in to the ropes, causing Gonzo to break the hold, but only after a four count.

Gonzo began an arguement with the referee, but Drachen took this chance to nail him in the gut and deliver a brain buster then he began to alternate between stomping and kicking Gonzo's head. Kvlt lifted him up, slamming his face onto the turnbuckle and then lifting him up over his head, dropping his face on the turnbuckle. Drachen then lifted him back up, dropping him throat first across the ropes. Drachen wasn't finished, even though Gonzo looked like he was nearly done. Drachen pounded his fists and elbows, along with multiple forearms into Gonzo's face before Kvlt lifted him back up, dropping him one more time on the turnbuckle. Kvlt, seeming to like this type of offense a lot, lifted him back up, attempting another face planting on to the turnbuckle.

Gonzo grabbed Drachen's head with his ankles/feet, twisting around and flipping Kvlt inside out. Gonzo leaped up top, then nailed Achievement Unlocked(top rope double foot stomp) and covered for the pin and win.

Winner: Gonzo McQueen 13:22

Leonard Luv vs Hunter Sullivan

Non-Title Match

The bell rings and the two men proceed to lock up. Hunter Sullivan, intent on a good showing since his return, took control early on. Moments into the match, ‘Requiem for a Dream’ hits the speakers and out comes Raizzor, looking on, watching his Genesis 13 opponent work. Hunter, distracted, gets blindsided by Luv, who takes advantage and nearly scores the 3. Sullivan counters and both men tumble outside the ring. Sullivan throws Luv over the barrier into the fans, and turns to look up at Raizzor, who begins to walk towards the ring. Hunter walks up the ramp, to confront Raizzor and in the meantime, the ref counts ten, and both men are eliminated from the tournament. Hunter turns as the bell rings, shocked, and Raizzor just shakes his head and disappears backstage.

Winner: Nobody!

Jon McDaniel: Wait a minute... Who advances in the tournament?

Who indeed, Jon. Who indeed?

Pohatu vs Meghan Nash Strader

Singles Match

Eric Emerson: Our next match is scheduled for one fall and is a first round match up in the Who's the Man Tournament!

Van Halen's “Unchained” begins to play as the houselights slowly dim. At the twelve second mark lights begin to flicker as the beat and rhythm of the song begin to become louder.

Eric Emerson: Introducing first, fighting out of London, Ontario, Canada...

An array of pyro's fly off near the entrance, welcoming Meghan Nash Strader down to ringside.

Eric Emerson: I give to you - Meghan Nash STRADER!

Strader has a bounce in her step as she makes her way down to ringside. She's had a long week, including an earlier bout with Johnny Chaos in Victory Wrestling - but she look especially focused here. The Van Halen track dies down.

Eric Emerson: And her opponent...

There's some distortion on the speakers before "One More Chance" from Saliva begins to command the airwaves.

Eric Emerson: Fighting out of Boone, Iowa...

Pohatu emerges from behind the curtain. He stares down Strader on his way down the aisle.

Eric Emerson: He is the Electric Phenomenon - I give you - POHATU!

He hops over the top rope and we get a bell.


Strader darts at Pohatu the moment she hears the bell, a series of strikes and the occasional closed fist that the bigger man struggles to shrug off. She ends it with a sweeping kick and hops up immediately to the second rope for a quick moonsault attempt, but comes up empty. Instead of slowing things down, Pohatu ramps it up. He brings her up to her feet in a head lock and whips her to the ropes, on her rebound he circles around and catches her with a spinning heel kick. She pops back to her feet but Pohatu puts her right back down with a dropkick.

Again, Strader to her feet quickly, but this time waiting for a Pohatu dropkick attempt, which she shoves aside dropping Pohatu down on his back. She grabs his legs while he's down, splits them and drops a knee to his groin. The referee gives her some words, threatening to disqualify her. She goes back to splitting the legs, but this time folds him up into the Four Sticks, a figure four. Pohatu stretches out with his six foot frame trying to reach the bottom rope before she can cinch it in.

He does. Meghan releases just as our referee reaches a five count. Again he gives her a talking to, but she pushes him aside and starts to focus on a bevy of kicks to Pohatu's lower half. He keeps his arms on the bottom rope and pulls himself to the outside. Strader follows after him, but he was baiting her - and catches her with a side suplex. Now he's getting words from the ref as he re-enters the ring and waits for a ring out count. It gets to about eight before Strader gets to the ring and dives back in. Pohatu greets her with a wicked lariat. Flipping her inside out. He pulls her into position in front of the turnbuckles.

Pohatu climbs out onto the apron of the ring and walks near the corner. He then jumps to the top rope, jumps inside the ring to the second rope, turns his body to side and corkscrews around. While corkscrewing, he completes a frontflip - and lands directly across the chest of Strader. It's the Iowa Twister. Intricate and cool.

But it only gets a two count as Strader manages to get her foot to the ropes. Pohatu, slightly frustrated drags her out to the middle of the ring and attempts to apply an STF, but Strader squirms out of it and puts Pohatu in a heel lock. Not letting her cinch it in, he gets up on his free foot and connect with a wild enzugiri. They're both down and out.

Strader is first to her feet. She drags herself over to Pohau and pulls him up to his neck. She puts him in a double underhook and looks to connect with My Friend of Misery - a pedigree, but Pohatu flips her over with a back body drop. Not wasting a moment, Pohatu scoops her up with his last bit of energy and connects with the Thunderous Headache, a Hurridriver into the seated pin.

This finally gets the three count.


Eric Emerson: Your winner and moving on in the Who's the Man Tournament - POHATU!

He rolls himself out of the ring, breathing hard and clutching his neck.

Here's How This Is Gonna Work

"Sabotage" by the Beastie Boys starts to play and our hero, President Robinson, comes out. Why President Robinson and not the Phoenix? Because he's not wearing a mask, for one thing. And because he's not here on "Phoenix" business, he's here on PWA business. They're two different personas is the point I'm getting at. And while I was explaining that, he got to the ring and is patiently waiting for me to finish so he can talk.

President Robinson: Man, I go to all the trouble to make this year's Who's the Man tournament the biggest and best ever and people still try to screw it up. First, Matt Stone botches that German suplex which means that both he and Stevie advance to face Jethro. Then Hunter Sullivan and Leonard Luv screw up their match so Pohatu will be getting a bye to the semi finals. Ugh. No thank you. So here's what's gonna happen, and I'm gonna keep this short and sweet because I have a match to prepare for. Jethro will be facing Steview Swing in the next round of the tournament and Matt Stone will be Pohatu. That way my lovely brackets will stay lovely instead of horrible and lopsided.

"Sabotage" starts to play again as the light of our lives leaves the ring.

Jacob Figgins vs Pike

Singles Match

The match starts out with Pike getting the advantage and pummeling Figgins on the mat. Pike gets Figgins up to his feet and whips him into the ropes. Figgins bounces back and nails Pike with a flying knee. Figgins tries for a sidewalk slam but Pike twists out of it landing behind Figgins and then dropping him to the mat with a reverse DDT. Pike lays the boots to Figgins' chest and head, and then gets Figgins up to his feet. He tosses Figgins into the corner. Pike tries for a corner splash, but nobody's home. Figgins nails Pike with a German suplex, and bridges it, but Pike kicks out.

Figgins brings Pike up to his feet, but Pike counters with a fireman's carry into a face buster! He covers Figgins, but Figgins kicks out right after two. Pike gets Figgins up to his feet and hits him with the Chaired! 1 2 3!

Winner: Pike

The Phoenix vs. The Chamelion

Singles Match

Jon McDaniel: This is it, the match that may change the landscape of the PWA!

Brian Rentfro: I still call Bullshit!

Jon McDaniel: You usually do! Chamelion returned last week and challenged The Phoenix to his spot in the WTM tournament, with the loser gaining control of the PWA.

Brian Rentfro: Which doesn’t make a whole hell of a lot of sense to me.

Jon McDaniel: Things usually don’t. The point is, Phoenix giving himself a buy, and potentially winning, would not benefit him well, especially if he’s the controlling interest of the PWA. Chamelion put him on the spot with that. Chamelion wants to showcase he’s still the best, the Most Devious SOB in the Business Today by scoring a second 32 person tournament win, OR… he’ll gain his company back. He’s in a win/win situation.

Brian Rentfro: And he talked Robinson into that!?


Eric Emerson: The following contest is scheduled for one fall, and is a first round match in the Who’s The Man!? Tournament. Also, as per the stipulations agreed upon by both competitors… the winner advances, and the loser gains full power of the PWA. Introducing first, making his return to the PWA, he is a former PWA World Champion, first ever Undisputed Champion, and former owner of the PWA… Mark ‘The Chamelion’ Sommers!

‘Come with Me’ lights up the arena and the entire place erupts as Chamelion steps onto the stage. He shares his Cheshire Grin to the camera, winks and begins to make his way down the ramp. High fiving fans, Chamelion hits the ring, sliding in on his stomach and he looks around, as if looking for prey. He then jumps up, climbs the closest turn buckle and salutes the fans. He repeats the three other corners, soaking up the adulation of his return and then jumps down, and leans back against the ropes, waiting.

Eric Emerson: And his opponent, he is the current owner of the PWA and the Undisputed PWA World Heavyweight Champion, “The Phoenix” Rob Robinson!

Thing of Beauty by Hothouse Flowers begins to play just as the arena lights go out and the ADC tron lights up with a picture of a flaming bird. The bird explodes in a ball of fire and white and green pyros flare from the ring posts. The Phoenix and the Smoking Leprechaun walk out to the entrance ramp and head to the ring.

Jon McDaniel: Gotta admit, Phoenix looked focused for this match~

Brian Rentfro: Of course! He knows to take Chamelion seriously, no matter when or where. There’s always something up the Devious One’s sleeve!

Phoenix enters the ring, and enjoys the reaction he gets. He lifts his World title over his head, pointing to Chamelion mockingly. Chamelion looks back with a “been there, done that” look and shrugs. Phoenix shakes his head, dropping the belt into the ref’s hand who hands it to a tech outside, and then calls for the bell to start the match.

Brian Rentfro: GO PHOENIX!

Jon McDaniel: Just call the match! Chamelion and Phoenix have faced off before, but as far as I can recall, Phoenix does not hold a singles victory over Chamelion, even losing a 3 on 1 handicap match once.

Brian Rentfro: So what are you saying? Phoenix has no hope!?

Jon McDaniel: No, I’m saying he has a hill to climb, and he does have the motivation to do so tonight!

Both men circle each other, eyeing the other one closely, looking for an opening. Chamelion feigns a thrust forward, and Phoenix side steps, then curses Chamelion’s trick. They circle more, and this time Phoenix comes in for the attack, then backsteps fast, leaving Chamelion startled. Both men just nod and continue their dance.

Brian Rentfro: What is this game!? Come on! Lock up!

Suddenly, Chamelion turns to his right and lashes out with the S.O.S. superkick, barely missing Phoenix who drops back against the ropes! Chamelion gets his footing, but not before Phoenix lashes forward with a spear! Chamelion manages to sidestep and Phoenix hits the other side, bounding off the ropes. He comes back as Chamelion again tries the S.O.S., apparently going for a quick victory, and Phoenix ducks under, uses the ropes for momentum and again, returns with another spear attempt. Chamelion leap frogs Phoenix, lands on his feet and rolls from the ring. Phoenix stands and turns and sees Chamelion outside the ring. He slips down and out from the other side, and begins his trek around the ring to reach Chamelion, who has dropped down to the floor and begins to scurry under the ring.

Brian Rentfro: Where the hell is Chamelion going?

Jon McDaniel: It looks like he’s trying to escape!

Brian Rentfro: Coward!

Phoenix comes around the ring, sees Chamelion’s feet and shakes his head. He grabs Chamelion’s legs and angrily rips Chamelion out from under the ring. As Chamelion comes out, he has in his hand a fire extinguisher, which he turns and fires the spray into Phoenix’s face! Phoenix falls back on his ass, angrily wiping the foam from his mask and face as the referee turns and calls for the bell.


Jon McDaniel: What the…

Brian Rentfro: *BEEP!*

Chamelion starts laughing, the fans in attendance begin booing profusely as Eric Emerson announces…

Eric Emerson: The winner of the match, and advancing in the Who’s the Man tournament; The Phoenix Rob Robinson!

Jon McDaniel: The Phoenix advances!

Brian Rentfro: Oh come on! Chamelion duped him! Chamelion’s back in control!

As to confirm, Emerson continues..

Eric Emerson: However, due to the stipulations, introducing the new GM and CEO of the PWA, Mark “The Chamelion” Sommers!

Chamelion grins wickedly and grabs the mic from Emerson’s hand.

Chamelion: Ya know, Robbie, when you said you can’t trust Me, you should have just listened to yourself and declined the challenge! I never cared to further myself in this tournament.. just weeks ago I made it very clear I was ‘retired’ and would only come back for special occasions… this just isn’t one of them! Instead, I wanted My power back, and so you so graciously have given me just what I wanted! I can’t thank you enough.

Phoenix, on the ramp, is arguing with the ref to restart the match, to call off the DQ, but Chamelion interrupts.

Chamelion: Sorry, no redos. As new PWA Owner, I call the ref’s decision FINAL. Buy hey Robbie, look on the bright side; your future in the tournament is now free of that underlining worry I warned you about.. and I’m not gonna be a bad boss, I promise… I am not going to get involved in this tournament what so ever… My plans are far more…… intricate, then that!

Brian Rentfro: That can’t be good.

Chamelion: But that’s for another time………I just gotta say.. it’s good to be back! GOT IT!?

Chamelion laughs as his music starts up. He drops the mic, shakes his head at the crowd’s negative reaction and drops from the ring, ordering security between him and Phoenix as they both march up the ramp, with Phoenix angrily gesturing to Chamelion, who playfully waves back.

Jon McDaniel: Chamelion, back in control! Phoenix, singularly now focused on the tournament!

Brian Rentfro: Crap, utter crap! But Now I wanna know, what is Chamelion’s devious plan?

Jon McDaniel: Only time will tell! Goodnight everyone, see you next week!