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PostSubject: Re: 6) Drake Dysfunction vs Kanimaniac   6) Drake Dysfunction vs Kanimaniac EmptySun 06 Oct 2013, 4:11 am

The crowd is raucous here for the 6th match of the evening, featuring "The Dragon Tamer" Kanimaniac and the Intercontinental Champion Drake Dysfunction set to square off in the ring here tonight. There's a first time for everything, and tonight's encounter between these two combatants is a prime example of that.

Ted Cedar
"Up next, we have another first time ever contest featuring our Intercontinental Champion. This week, however, he must go toe-to-toe with 'The Dragon King' Kanimaniac."


Adam Dennis
"HOLY TIME MACHINE, CEDAR! Kanimaniac hasn't used that nickname since 2010 when he WAS King of Xtreme. Hell, I had forgotten that he's a KoX winner."


Ted Cedar
"Well, it seems to me that you need to brush up on your history, Adam. Kanimaniac has gone toe-to-toe with the biggest and baddest stars that XWA has ever seen. He surely has paid his dues to this company. Drake should feel proud to be in the ring with the likes of this man."


Both men stand in the ring, sporting their proper attire that they wear to the ring. Kanimaniac, as always, has his mask on, giving us only a view of his eyes. His eyes are locked on his competition right now, Drake simply smirking away.

Adam Dennis
"That's what I like about this kid! He has balls if he's smirking at the likes of Kanimaniac."


Ted Cedar
"He had better show some seriousness here when dealing with the likes of Kanimaniac. He got lucky with JHalc last week. This week? He's got more serious competition on his hands, and ha better not let the fact that he is the Intercontinental Champion get to his head."


Adam Dennis
"Not to mention last week's win earned him a spot in the Elimination Chamber, so he had better not let THAT get to his head."


On the contrary, Dennis. Both men are set and ready to go here, the referee signalling for the bell to be rung. The bell is heard ringing thrice, and Drake emerges from the corner in hopes that he's to stand toe-to-toe with "The Dragon Tamer". However, "The Dragon Tamer" catches Drake by surprise with a Roundhouse Kick to the dome, sending Drake torso-first onto the mat. Drake then rolls out of the ring, shaking off the affects from that kick as he tries to maintain his balance. The former "Dragon King" looks on from the inside of the ring. We couldn't be able to tell if he's smiling due to his mask covering up that portion of his face, but one has to wonder if he's beaming from ear-to-ear right now.

Ted Cedar
"Kanimaniac just caught him off-guard with that Roundhouse Kick! I'm not the kind of guy to say 'I told you so', but when push comes to shove, this kid DID need to take this serious from the get-go."


Adam Dennis
"I don't think he knows where he is right now, Ted. That kick rocked the hell out of him!"


While Drake recuperates from that hard kick on the outside of the ring, Kanimaniac feels the need to join him on the outside, and does so by hopping through the ropes and landing on the outside mats (because no matter how extreme XWA can be, we're required to use mats). "The Dragon Tamer" walks over to Drake Dysfunction, who gives Kani a kick to the gut. Following the kick to his gut, Kani then gets Irish whipped into the ring, rolling back in. Drake then slides into the ring, measuring Kanimaniac as one-half of the reborn New World Dominance gets to his feet. Grappling him from behind, Drake lifts "The Dragon Tamer" off his feet and plants him down onto the canvas with the German suplex. Bridging this suplex, the referee counts it as he sees it: a pin attempt.

1.

T- and he gets cut off before he can utter the 3-letter word "TWO" as Kanimaniac kicks out of that. Drake, with his arms still grappled around Kani's waist, has turned this into a bear hug. Kanimaniac is grunting in pain with every thrust from that bear hug that is synched in tightly, but it doesn't stop him from getting to a vertical base. Standing up with "The Dysfunctional Champion" is Kanimaniac, who begins finding his way out of this hold. He utilizes his arsenal of striking by giving Drake Dysfunction these solid elbow strikes to the gut. After 3 solid strikes from the elbow, Drake releases the hold. Kanimaniac continues to capitalize from there with a couple of solid, Ric Flair-esque chops to the pectoralis major of the Intercontinental Champion, backing him up into the ropes with every chop. Drake now-against the ropes, gets Irish whipped off the ropes and into the opposing ropes before him. As he rebounds off these set of ropes, he gets caught with a rising knee to the gut from Kanimaniac, which causes Drake to somersault in the air, ultimately landing with his back on the canvas. This time, it's Kanimaniac going for the cover.

1.

2...and Drake gets the shoulder up at two. Kanimaniac now has control as he sits Drake up, face-locking him inverted-like and then getting into a kneeling position, showing us how a Kneeling Gory Special is done.


Ted Cedar
"Kanimaniac, showing us his submission tactics as he has the Kneeling Gory Special locked in. That has gotta be painful endure."


Adam Dennis
"Hell, it's painful just watching this move expertly applied!"


Kanimaniac continues to place pressure on the lower back and neck, pain shooting up and down the spinal column of the Intercontinental Champion as he screams for relief that is not easily given at this point in time. The referee is at Drake's level, asking him if he wants to quit, to which Drake answers over and over again "NO!" With every answer given, the more pressure is added to the neck and spine of "The Demolitionist". However, the hold isn't applied all the way to where Drake should have his feet clasped against Kani's hips. Instead, we see Drake on his knees with his feet resting on the canvas, but his back still arched in an awkward position. Still, he finds a way to his feet, pulling Kanimaniac with him, but it turns out to be a bittersweet feeling for Drake Dysfunction as Kanimaniac drops him with a neckbreaker. Drake then favors the neck, clasping both hands to the back of the affected area as he rolls to his side, the pain clearly shown on his face as it is scrunched up in pain. If that's not enough, he's grinding his teeth right now as Kanimaniac goes for another cover.

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2.

T-and we'll call that a kickout at 2½. Kanimaniac goes vertical before dropping down upon Drake Dysfunction's chest with an elbow, the English Technician going posing as a dominant force over his fallen, "dysfunctional" adversary in this match. The former XWA Champion starts picking his spots as he walks around the body of Drake Dysfunction. Drake goes into full alert mode and begins kicking at "The Dragon Tamer", but this desperate move costs him as Kani catches the leg. Doing so, he then turns Drake over onto his belly, the Single-Leg Boston Grab applied. This submission specialist begins waddling to the center of the ring, dragging "The Dysfunctional One" with him, taking away Drake's chances of getting anywhere close to the bottom rope for a rope break. Dysfunction wails in agony, pushing himself off the canvas with his hands and balancing himself, relying on his arm strength. Drake then forces him forth, diving for the bottom rope he's not to far away from and manages to catch it with the tips of his fingers, barely reaching it at first. But then, he maintains his grip on it and the referee counts this as legitimate, instructing Kanimaniac to release the hold by simply counting in his face.

ONE.

TWO.

THREE.

FOUR.

Kanimaniac releases the hold, making good use of the 5-count and pulling it in his favor.


Ted Cedar
"Kanimaniac had better be careful not to get counted out here, but surely the master technician knows what he is doing."


Adam Dennis
"Undoubtedly so, the man that is Kanimaniac has had control of this match for quite some time now. Drake Dysfunction is in trouble."


"The Master Technician" makes it to his feet first, looking at Drake Dysfunction who starts climbing rope-by-rope to pull himself up. Kani comes over to "The Dysfunctional One". Drake sees this forthcoming and capitalizes on this opportunity, nailing Kanimaniac in the gut with a forearm shot. He follows with another forearm shot to the gut that sends Kanimaniac backwards. Pretty soon, what looks to be a comeback suddenly gets interrupted with a forearm by Kanimaniac, sending Drake Dysfunction drifting to his side. Before Drake can land on his side, Kani catches him, pulling him up to his feet and placing him under him for a potential powerbomb. Kanimaniac flips him up onto his shoulders, but in comes Drake Dysfunction raking the eyes of the competitor as he makes it to a seated position on the shoulders. Kanimaniac is now blinded by "The Dysfunctional One", so much so that he loses his grip on the powerbomb set-up, allowing Drake Dysfunction to reverse it into his OWN powerbomb set-up!

Ted Cedar
"Oh man! Drake Dysfunction using cheap tactics to save himself there, raking the eyes of 'The Dragon Tamer' Kanimaniac!"


Adam Dennis
"Cheap shmeap! He got out of the move, didn't he? In this biz, you have to be willing to pull off anything and everything to get the job done. He just saved himself there."


Dysfunction has Kanimaniac underneath him before he flips "The Dragon Tamer" up into the familiar racking position we have seen before. He then flips Kanimaniac so that he's falling face-first towards the mat. Before we know it, Kanimaniac endures the elevated spike DDT that closes out this sequence called the Dysfunctional Disaster, a move that Drake Dysfunction managed to catch Kanimaniac with out of nowhere!

Ted Cedar
"Good GOD! Drake Dysfunction has hit the Dysfunctional Disaster on Kanimaniac! That momentary misstep cost Kanimaniac greatly!"


Adam Dennis
"What did I tell ya, Cedar? Anything and everything!!"


Wasting no time at all, Drake rolls Kani over onto his back and hooks the leg.

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3!!!!!

DING DING DING!!!!
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