Slam 1/28/19 (Results Inside) Jan 29, 2019 20:04:01 GMT -5
Post by WCF Results Account on Jan 29, 2019 20:04:01 GMT -5
Live From The Columbus Civic Center in Columbus, Georgia
James Wolf vs Jeremiah Locke
"If you love me, let me go!"
The lights black out in the arena, leaving only a single spotlight on the stage. The sounds of cages opening can be heard, followed by devilish laughter and a scream.
As the song finally begins, the spotlight turns to several strobes, varying in purple, green, red, and blue. When the beat drops, Jeremiah Locke bursts through the curtain, seemingly moshing to the music all the way down to the ring.
Kyle Steel: Making his way to the ring, weighing in at 195 pounds. From Salem, Massachusetts, he is Jeremiah Locke!
Locke stops before the apron.
"Mortal kings are ruling castles"
He grabs the top rope with his left hand.
"Welcome to my world of fun"
He grabs the rope with his right hand.
"Liars settle into sockets"
He places his left foot on the apron.
"Flip the switch and watch them run"
He pulls the rest of his body up, finally completely on the apron.
As the beat comes back in, he vaults over the top rope, landing perfect with the music. As it dies down, he removes his coat and crouches in the corner, laying in wait.
In the arena darkness shrouds the audience as a multicolored cracked, and frosted skull comes into view with the caption below written in big bold 3D lettering which is also multi colored so you can view it. It says "Never Retreat, Never Surrender" as soon as that fades out we can see strobe lights flickering. Suddenly we hear a drum solo before the guitar riff's lead into Avenge Sevenfold's Nightmare as live footage of the band playing Nightmare is also cut in with the matches of James Wolf. We then get rapid fireworks pyro going off that are meant to mimic gun shots. As the light's slowly come up to where we can see what is on the stage we see James Wolf standing atop of the stage in silver shades with blue lenses, a brown leather jacket, and a black short sleeved shirt with a black pirate skull, which is covered partially by the leather jacket he has on. Torn blue jeans, and brown leather pull on wrestling boots. As the music continues a close up camera comes right up to him to give the production crew a different view. Seeing this we can tell James Wolf looks pissed off, and she shoves the close up camera back as it spins some where in the distance. James then gives then faint hint of the smile before his expression goes back to being serious. He looks upon the ring he is fixing to enter.
As he gets half way down the ramp the lights then raise up completely as James can see the audience before him. He can hear the boos as they try to humiliate him by booing him out of the building, but it doesn't work as James looks around, and then he acts like he is going to physically attack the audience but he stops short giving them a smirk continuing to walk the rest of the way down to the ring.
When he gets to the ring he walks up the ring steps where Kyle Steel is there to make his introduction. We hear the following from Kyle Steel.
Weighing in at 250 lbs, and representing the whole fucking world! Here is James Wolf!
James enters the ring as Kyle Steel makes his exit. James then goes over to all four corners of the ring climbing up, and raising his left arm. He gets a chorus of boos from every side, and this doesn't phase James at all. He is use to this reaction. When he is finished he then goes to the center of the ring waiting for his opponent.
Zach Davis: This one should be good, Locke vs Wolf I can’t wait!
Freddy Whoa: Yeah my excitement level is off the chart.
The ref calls for the bell and both men circle each other. Locke goes for a standard collar to elbow tie up but Wolf has different plans as he kicks the man square in the gut. Wolf moves quick as Locke is doubled over and snap DDT’s him into the matt with an immediate roll over and cover.
Zach Davis: Wolf has come out with a fire went for the quick win, try and steal it right out of the gate there.
Freddy Whoa: Yeah but Locke with the kick out and already on the offensive.
Locke drives wolf into the corner as he covers up the blows from locke. Grabbing his arm Locke sends Wolf across to the far corner and charges after, Wolfe getting the boots up and into the face of Locke who stumbles backwards. Wolfe gets the middle rope and leaps off with a diving shoulder block. He’s quick back to his feet and hoists Locke to his feet and catches an elbow to the midsection. Locke fights free with a series of elbows and a snap suplex.
Zach Davis: Back and forth in this one, neither man wanting to give up, and just when Wolfe or Locke thinks they have the edge the other one takes that edge right back.
Freddy Whoa: They both came prepared in this one.
Locke pulls Wolf to his feet and applies a standing side headlock. Wolf backs him to the ropes and sends Locke across the ring. On the rebound Locke ducks the clothesline, stops and turns around grabs Wolf and hits a Russian leg sweep. Rolling over, Locke pulls Wolfe to his feet and hoists him for a belly to belly suplex and drops the man in the middle of the ring with it. He covers him.
Zach Davis: Wolf with the kick out.
Freddy Whoa: Yeah but it seems like Locke has all the momentum and for the first time in this match the pace may be about to slow down.
Locke pulls Wolfe to his feet and catches a knife chop in the chest. The crowd shouts whoo. Another chop is followed by another chop and then a fourth. Locke is driven back to the corner and There Wolf begins to deliver a series of kicks driving the man to a seated position.
Zach Davis: Wolf just stomped a mud hole in him.
Freddy Whoa: Yeah he did.
Reaching down Wolf pulls Locke to his feet. Locke lashes out with some desperation punches and Wolf counters with his own in response, both men take blows and begin to wobble in the ring, Wolf landing a kick to the stomach that doubles Locke over. Wolf hooks him up and drives him down with the Reign of terror in the middle of the ring and covers him
Zach Davis: Reign of terror, this one is over!
Freddy Whoa: Wolf with the win, and in convincing fashion!