Dorado Jul 24, 2015 13:39:44 GMT -6
Post by LAZERADE! on Jul 24, 2015 13:39:44 GMT -6
Viernes, 24 de Julio, 2015
Our show launched straight into the opening match, a bout between Brazilian girl-next-door Maria, and the Tecnico Hunter from the East, JUNKETSU. In what was a surprisingly intense match for the opener, both women were pushed to their limits, seemingly a perfect match for one another pound for pound. The bout ended when Maria managed to reverse a Junketsu Shippu into a Porto Aperto, trapping JUNKETSU in the middle of the ring, unable to reach the ropes, for the submission victory. Maria’s victory was short lived, however, as when she went for a handshake, only to be violently assaulted by her opponent, a devastating Roundhouse Kick catching Maria off guard, before storming out of the ring, leaving everybody’s favourite girl next door seeing stars in the middle of the mat.
Winner: Maria by Submission!
In before the next match, Señor Rodríguez came out to address the crowd, to a great round of applause. He announced two exciting developments, namely the introduction of two new championships for HELL! Firstly, he introduced the Rey/Reina del HELL championship, an openweight singles championship that will be introduced more formally in the months to come.
More excitingly, however, was the announcement of the company’s second championship, the Legión de HELL championship, a unique group title. Unlike the Tag, Trios or even Atomicos titles of our competitors, this is a unique title that encompasses all those things. Once held by a team, a challenger may challenge for the belt in any number greater than two, it being the responsibility of the defending champions to either reduce or increase their numbers appropriately to meet the challenge. The holders of the title, throughout a reign, will be recognised as those who won it, with any additional members joining for defences not recognised. In addition, a one night Trios Tournament was announced for the next show to decide the first holders of this championship! Señor Rodríguez left the arena to cheers and speculation about who, if anyone, would be invited to compete in the tournament.
We transitioned to our next match, where the newly formed Los Fantasmas were due to meet The Fightin’ Flanagans. However, it rapidly became apparent during the introductions as the Flanagans were a man short, Paddy seemingly absent. Bravely, his brother refused to forfeit the contest, agreeing to take on the ghostly warriors in a two on one handicap match. And to give Fraser credit, he really tried. Opening up against Calavera, the two traded blow for blow, Fraser even managing to get the upper hand for a moment or two, until Calavera managed to make a tag, and the numbers game came into play. Ikiryo and Calavera showed more of the seamless teamwork they displayed at (R)Evolutions In HELL, keeping the tags flowing, and kept Fraser from gaining any momentum, with the end finally, mercifully, coming when Los Fantasmas hit a devastating double team, Calavera locking the Irishman in place with a Full Nelson, allowing Ikiryo to charge in and hit him with a Shachihoko, the force of impact allowing Calavera to take Fraser over with a Bridging Full Nelson Suplex, holding on for the pinfall. The mysterious duo quickly left the ring after the match, not taking any time to celebrate their victory.
Winners: Los Fantasmas by Pinfall!
Moving straight into our next contest, Dragón Diabólico came out, escorted by an incredibly angry Doktor Adversary, eager to see his creation destroy his so-called “scientist” rival. Out came Dr. Loco, escorted by Dr. Malo, filled with a fire we’ve not seen before. The fire, unfortunately, was quickly put out, as the good Doctor immediately charged Dragón Diabólico, only to be hit with a Dragón’s Inferno for the three count!
Winner: Dragón Diabólico by Pinfall.
Unhappy with the result, Dr. Malo entered the ring, demanding to the referee he be allowed to continue the match for his partner. Dragón roared, and an incredibly eager Doktor Adversary shouted for the referee to allow the match! Dr. Malo approached the dragon, only to be clocked across the cheek with a mighty Backhand Slap, spinning him around 180, before Dragón hooked up his arms and hit a massive Dragón Suplex, holding on for the three count!
Winner: Dragón Diabólico by Pinfall!
With a roar, Dragón turned to the crowd, as Dr. Loco quickly roused his colleague, trying to get him back in the game. As Dragón Diabólico started to leave, the mad geniuses called for him to stop, challenging him to fight both of them at the same time, there and then. Dragón looked to the Doktor for guidance, Logan practically frothing at the mouth and shouting “DRAGON SATAN” to everybody as he nodded his acceptance. The two doctors quickly charged, attacking Dragón whilst he had one leg hooked through the ropes, managing to get a sequence of blows to the dragon’s torso before he could free himself. The pair attempted to try a Double Suplex, only to be blocked, and pulled up and over with a massive Double Snap Suplex, bringing them both crashing to the mat. Whilst they writhed with pain, Dragón Diabólico quickly climbed the turnbuckle, before leaping off with a Dragón’s Flight, hitting both doctors, and getting the pin off both of them! With a satisfied roar, Dragón Diabólico was finally able to leave, being escorted by an incredibly happy Doktor Adversary, still proudly proclaiming the superiority of “DRAGON SATAN” as he left.
Winner: Dragón Diabólico by Pinfall!
After the match, all the lights went out. Miedo appeared on our screen, briefly, promising everyone that regardless of what the result was tonight, the war was about to begin in earnest, and soon would be the time to take sides.
Next, out came Rosa Rodríguez and the debuting Romero Antiguas. It was apparent from the off that there was some form of chemistry between these two, their individual reputations with their opposite sexes being legendary. This was nothing, however, compared to the appearance of the fan favourite El Macaw, and the debuting Bradley Chadwick, Bradley adding his own unique flare to Macaw’s already flamboyant entrance. Macaw opened against Romero, and the difference in the two men’s experience became immediately apparent, Macaw’s recent victory at (R)Evolutions In HELL not being enough to counter the ring experience and training of Antiguas. A Fireman’s Carry Gutbuster lead to an early near pinfall, before he got the tag out to the sultry Rosa. Rosa came in on fire, her agility and acrobatic skill immediately coming into play, putting the greener Macaw on the back foot, a second pin attempt from a Pétalo de Rosa only being broken up due to interference from Bradley. Whilst the referee escorted Bradley out of the ring, Rosa went for a Low Blow on Macaw, only for him to block it, before surprising her with a swift kiss on the cheek, and a slap on the ass, eliciting a loud laugh from her partner! Taken aback by the behaviour, she quickly followed up with a Florista, before tagging Antiguas back into the ring! Quickly dragging Macaw up, he took a moment to taunt the crowd, allow Macaw to repeat the manoeuvre, kissing Antiguas on the cheek, and slapping his ass! Whilst Rosa laughed on, Antiguas reacted like he’d been shot, staggering across the ring, fiercely rubbing his cheek, allowing Macaw to get the tag out to Chadwick! The debuting Bradley quickly took advantage of Antiguas’… discomfort, landing a slap on the ass of his own, much to Romero’s disgust! The Mexican’s anger made him sloppy, allowing Bradley to get the upper hand with a display of technical ability. Finally, with a knowing wink, Bradley signalled to Macaw, who hopped off the apron, and disappeared under the ring. A few moments later, Chadwick hit his Cradle Piledriver, getting the three count! As Bradley let go, and started celebrating, Antiguas looked to his corner, trying to work out where his assist went, only to see El Macaw flirting with Rosa on the outside! Frustrated, Romero smacked the mat, his ire rising as he saw Macaw escort Rosa off the apron with a giggle, only to be joined by Bradley by the ramp! The threesome shared a hurried whisper, before leaving together, Macaw and Bradley placing a hand each on Rosa’s ass, and her placing a hand on each of theirs!
Winner: Bradley Chadwick y El Macaw by Pinfall!
After the ring was cleared, Señor Rodríguez came out to ringside for his special challenge match. In addition to reminding everyone what the match was about, he revealed a special prize! That the winner, should they subsequently be victorious in the Handicap Match against Aries Reed, would gain a favour from Señor Rodríguez himself. With this, Diego joined the team at ringside, as the competitors began to come out. First Thunder, followed by Django, then Crash Delgado. Next, a surprise entrant, as former THW star Davy Jones came to the ring to the surprise and delight of all present, closely followed by new HELL signing La Sombra Oscura. Las Manos del Diablo both entered together, followed by the resident clown Pierrot. Just as the referee was about to call the bell, Uptown Funk blasted through the PA system, as Funky Dragon entered the arena, dancing his way down to ringside. A quick conversation between Diego and himself lead to smiles for the dragon, as he slid into the ring in time for the start of the match! The match literally exploded, with Las Manos quickly double teaming Django, sending him toppling over the top rope with a Manos de la Muerte, eliminating one of the biggest threats, only for both to be eliminated by Thunder who followed up with a massive Double Clothesline. Sombra and Pierrot set about each other in the middle of the ring, Pierrot testing the limits of Sombra’s mimicry with a display of flexibility and contortionism. Thunder quickly teamed up with his former Storm team mate Davy Jones, both men joining Crash Delgado in attacking Funky Dragon, the triple team ending with the three men throwing Funky over the top. Davy and Thunder quickly turned on Crash, none of the three seeing that Funky had held onto the top rope, before Skinning The Cat, and pulling himself over the rope, catching Pierrot with a What Da Funk! as Sombra sent him staggering back with a Savate Kick, the force sending the clown out through the middle and top rope! Sombra quickly joined Crash in helping him fight off the reunited Storm, whilst Funky quickly retreated to the opposite corner, hooking his feet over the bottom rope and hanging himself backward over the ring apron, holding his finger to his lips in a “shhh” motion to the crowd as he did so. In the ring, the impromptu Crash/Sombra alliance managed to get the upper hand over the reunited Storm, beating them back into the ropes, before whipping them across the ring. As the pair came back, however, both Thunder and Davy reversed the Back Body Drops with simultaneous kicks to the chest, before charging forward for a Clothesline, both luchadors hitting the mat and pulling the top rope down with them, letting Davy and Thunder stumble over it, before the pair teetered precariously on the apron. Crash looked to his new ally, only to get a Crash Kick to the face, knocking him backwards into the pair, sending them both off the apron to the deck, before Sombra quickly followed up with a Lariat to send Crash crashing to the outside. La Sombra Oscura took a look around, and lifted his hands aloft in victory… until the crowd roared as Funky Dragon pulled himself back up to the apron, before springboarding down to the mat! The pair looked at each other a moment, before Funky held his hands up, imploring La Sombra to hold a moment, before making his trademark “play the music” gesture, as Le Freak started playing over the PA system! Bobbing his head to the music, Dragon broke out some simple breakdance moves, before stepping back, challenging La Sombra to copy them! With only a hint of uncertainty, he did so, mirroring the moves perfectly. With a wry smile, Funky decided to continue the game of horse, busting out a more complicated routine, ending with a one handed handstand. After only a moment or two, La Sombra copied the routine, flawlessly pulling off the same moves for the crowd! With this, Funky cracked his knuckles, and his neck, before busting out a fiendishly complicated routine, involving a headspin, a kip up and ending with a standing backflip. Signalling for La Sombra to do the same, the mystery man took a few more minutes, backing a way a second, before the calls of the crowd encouraged him to go for it. He almost stumbled during, but managed to pull of the routine, stumbling slightly as he landed the backflip… straight into a Superkick from Funky, that sent Sombra back into the ropes. Sombra, thinking fast, springboarded, going for a Funkensteiner, but Funky fell to his back, letting Sombra land straddling his chest, before rolling through on his back, kicking Sombra in the small of the back, and sending him back into the ropes as he rolled through to his feet. Funky dashes forward, and as Sombra turned, Funky caught him with a Lariat, and sent him over the top rope! Sombra held on, but Funky followed up with a Dropkick, forcing Sombra to let go, and leaving Funky to be announced the winner! After the bell, Diego joined him in the ring, holding his hand aloft in victory!
Winner: Funky Dragon by Elimination!
Next up, El Hijo came out for the main event, but as he made his entrance, he was ambushed by Miedo, the large luchador brutally attacking his brother with a steel chair. Beating his brother all the way down the ramp, he eventually threw him, bleeding and bruised, into the ring, before calling for the bell. Reluctantly, as Miedo threatened him, the referee called for the match to start, before Miedo arrogantly place a single boot on his brother’s chest, for the three count.
Winner: Miedo by Pinfall!
Still standing on his defeated brother’s chest, Miedo called for a microphone. Speaking briefly with the crowd, he promised them that the war was here, and whilst his father refused to recognise his child, it would not end, as we went to copyright.
- Summarised by Winston Robinson