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After the three competitors enter the ring, one by one, the timekeeper rings the bell, initiating the first match of the day. Without any warnings, EG Deal runs at the newcomer, John Bane, hurling him to the mat with a powerful Clothesline. Speedily he turns away, darting at James Knight with top speed before delivering a huge right hand that sends “The Prince of Poon” staggering to the corner. Looking back at John Bane, who is now getting back to his feet, the Egyptian returnee pushes him towards the opposite corner. “The Franchise” forcefully crashes into the turnbuckle, before he gets pounded in the face with Deal’s huge fist! Trying not to lose attention of both men, EG starts to sprint towards James Knight, where he is caught by a vital boot right into the face, as Knight ends Deal’s momentum with the impact reversal. Dizzily, EG wobbles his arms around trying to regain his balance but the numbers game gets to him quickly, as both his opponents start clobbering him on the back and chest areas with punches and fists. Succumbing to the 2 on 1 advantage, Deal gradually starts to fall down, getting on his knees as his foes continue punching him over the head, until he eventually falls, lying on his back before he gets pushed out by both wrestlers, rolling out of the ring.

The Egyptian’s departure leaves the stage set for John Bane and James Knight. They both turn their attention to each other, their dead, cold eyes staring at each other with only a few feet between them, until “The Prince of Poon” catches his foe off guard with a swift Arm Drag! Bane hits the ring backfirst, getting to his feet quickly trying to retaliate, but he is instantly fell down, as Knight runs at him full speed and sends him to the mat with a strong Clothesline. Again, “The Franchise” returns to a standing base as quick as he can, as he attempts once again to counter his opponent’s attacks. On the other hand, James acts quick, as soon as Bane gets to his feet. This time, he doesn’t run, instead striking Bane’s chest with a fierce Chop, yelling “Wooooooo” afterwards which receives a negative reaction from the fans. Seeing as he got time to revenge, John responds with a chop of his own, accompanied with a “Wooooooooooooooo” from the audience. Continuing this incredible, yet painful exchange, Knight hits another Chop, this time so hard that Bane covers his chest in stinging agony, bending down for a moment to recuperate. He doesn’t let James take advantage, however, as he immediately straightens up, ending this minigame of chops with a kick to Knight’s abdomen, forcing “The Lord of Labia” to bow down himself. Bane proceeds to capture James’ head, pulling it forcefully under his arm, before he hooks his arms. “The Devils Reject” then lifts James up, falling backwards and flinging his foe with him, performing a beautifully ugly Butterfly Baneplex!

Knight lands painfully on his back, tending to it and crawling about as John gets up instantly; trying to punish his opponent relentlessly. “The Franchise” heads towards his kneeling, dizzy, opponent, grabbing his head and pulling him up to a standing base, before ducking down right below his opponent’s body, lifting him up before flinging him up in the air. As Knight begins to return from his little flight, Bane prepares his arm, picking the perfect moment to strike as he mercilessly thumps James Knight under the chin wth a picture perfect Pop-Up European Uppercut! “The Prince of Poon” smashes face-first into the mat, favouring his chin and jaw area in sheer pain, as Josh Bane turns around rapidly, ducking down and attempting a pinfall but he is discouraged by a two-count, with his opponent shooting his arm up in time. The Baltimore native, looking for more ways to hurt Knight, makes his way towards the ropes, as James starts rolling around the ring, trying to get back to his feet. “The Purest Wrestler Alive” crawls until he makes it to the corner, getting a hold of the top turnbuckle to assist him, before getting back to his feet, as Bane on the other hand grasps the top rope on the opposite side. James staggers around like a drunk, seemingly trying to regain balance within the middle of the ring. As John gets ready to execute his next step, he turns around and takes one final look at James, who is standing dizzily in the middle of the ring, before jumping on the middle rope and rotating, trying to go for the Springboard turn-around Clothesline, but James spots this and acts upon instinct, firing his right leg up before catching the midair Bane right in the face with a Superkick, much to the amazement of the fans!

The defeaning sound of silence overwhelmed the arena, as a huge thud was created as a result of Bane’s body crashing into the mat. “The Franchise” looked completely out of it, his lights blinking more than a car’s lights in the middle of the night. James Knight stepped forwards, grabbing his opponent’s leg to pull him away from the ropes, so that he can secure the pin without anything ruining his moment. He hooked Bane’s legs, forcing the referee to start the count, yet little did he know that a certain giant was on the waiting. After the one count, E.G Deal immediately butted in from ringside, snatching The Prince of Poon’s jk and yanking him away from John Bane, who was completely fatigued that he had to roll out of the ring to recover. Meanwhile, Knight managed to react quickly to Deal’s attempts to weaken him, striking him under the chin with a fierce European Uppercut, which caused “The Real Deal” to backpedal and lean by the ropes. James spotted him and instantly tried to capitalize, running full steam ahead at his opposition. However, EG craftily counters him, ducking beneath the incoming Knight before flinging over the top rope and out, forcing Knight to land backfirst on the concrete! A loud scream of pain came out of the Canadian’s mouth, who landed unexpectedly out of the ring, on the area in front of the entrance ramp. He wasn’t alone for long, however, as his Egyptian foe threw caution to the wind and took advantage of his opponent’s unawareness, darting to the other side of the ropes, before ricocheting very rapidly, taking a huge leap over the top rope and landing upon Knight’s sternum with an unfamiliar Over the Top Rope Suicide Dive!

The poor Canadian feels like his whole body has been crushed into pieces after a whole of 274 pounds fell on it. Getting up, Deal yanks Knight’s long hair, forcing “Pedro” up with him. Not having enough strength or awareness to react, James Knight simply surrenders to the sheer power of “The Destiny Holder”. Deal grabs James from the back of his head, walking him further to the ring before he mercilessly pushes him towards the ringpost, causing James to accidentally run face-first into it! Almost unconscious, James bounces off of the post, stumbling into the hands of Deal, who effortlessly throws his opponent inside the ring and follows him shortly. “The Golden Eagle” doesn’t let his adversary room to regroup, continuing the action right away as he picks up Knight, flipping him upside down and lifting him up in a Body Slam-like hold. He proceeds to force James’ head between his thighs, locking up the hold around knight’s back before driving him headfirst with a vicious Tombstone Piledriver dubbed the Scripted End! One, two, three!
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