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PostSubject: Re: Main Event: Hitman Alex vs. Takumi Sanu   Main Event: Hitman Alex vs. Takumi Sanu EmptySat Oct 05, 2013 11:59 pm

Note; TC - Ted Cedar and AD - Adam Dennis
Hitman Alex finds the perfect opportunity to go for the HKO, as Takumi turns around and.....



The referee begins to take the World title away from Hitman Alex as Alex begins to take his shirt off and throws it over the top ropes towards the ground. Takumi having his game-on look on his face awaits for the referee to ring the bell. Hitman Alex looking confident and serious at the same time, waits for the same thing to happen. While Hitman Alex's theme is playing throughout the arena still, the referee is handing the timekeeper the World Title belt to hold until after the match. The referee makes his way back to the center off the squared-circle as the timekeeper makes his way to his seat, setting the title on the small table-like furniture behind him. The timekeeper takes a seat as the referee asks both men if they're ready. Alex's theme has faded by this time as all you can hear is the boos for Hitman Alex. The referee gets the same answer from both men as he signals the referee to ring the bell and to get this match started. The timekeeper does as he is told, and the match is underway.

DING DING DING

TC: The match is officially underway, ladies and gentlemen and what a main event we have tonight.

AD: Indeed, Ted. For the first time ever, the "Sento-Ki" Takumi faces the World Heavyweight Champion himself, Hitman Alex

TC: And from what I been told, Hitman Alex requested a match against Dominik, but due to Dominik's drug test, he cannot compete until the King of Xtreme Pay-Per-View. Where he faces Takumi in a Loser-Leaves-Town match.

AD: That's not even worse compare to Alex. Hitman Alex has to be stuck inside the elimination chamber against five other guys to defend his World Title. That is not right. It's his first title defense and management already want to take the title off of him.

TC: Let's not forget T.K is number 6, so Alex won't be the last one coming out of one of the elimination pods.

Hitman Alex and Takumi begin to walk out of their respective corners as they begin to walk around the ring. Takumi walking and starts to clap slowly, which starts a clapping chant from the crowd. Takumi getting the crowd into the match by hyping it up, as Takumi and Alex both stop walking in circles and both men go for a lock-up. Takumi using his height, ducks out of the lock and moves behind Hitman Alex as he wraps his arms around the waist of the champion. The champion quickly trying to counter it as he lifts his left arm and sets it over and behind Takumi's head, and using his right hand to connect with some jabs to the head of Takumi. Takumi trying to fight it, while still holding Alex by his waist, but he finally decides to let go after a couple of jabs. Hitman Alex quickly turns around and tries to go for a clothesline, but Takumi ducks and quickly using his quickness to go behind Alex. Alex quickly stopping in his own tracks, realizes he missed, and he turns around to face Takumi again. Takumi already a step ahead, makes a complete turn which follows with a small clothesline-like strike across the chest of Alex, knocking him straight down to the mat.

TC: Takumi with a Discus Lariat

AD: I still don't think it's fair for Alex's first title defense to compete against five other guys. I mean last time he defended the RSD championship his first title defense was against four other guys. There seems to be a conspiracy going on.

Takumi quickly falls down and hooks Alex's leg for a cover, but as the referee slides next to the cover, Alex kicks out; stopping the referee from even counting for one. Takumi quickly stands back up as Alex begins to roll back up, as Takumi begins to use his Puroresu techniques early in this match. Alex gets back up, and Takumi begins to strike Alex with some MMA type kicks towards the outer thighs and mid-section of the champion. Takumi extending his legs as he begins to hurt Mr. COA with every single kick. Alex letting a little grunt after every kick as he begins to walk towards the rope and begins to get a good hold of the rope, as Takumi walks along with Alex continuing the strikes. The referee steps in and tells Takumi to back off as Alex is using the ropes. Takumi not understanding completely what the referee means, he listens because he knows that he doesn't want to be disqualify. Alex healing from those strikes for a little bit as he begins to smile a little before walking away from the ropes and back towards the center of the ring where Takumi is waiting. Hitman Alex brushes off the strikes he received as he raises his left hand up into the air telling Takumi to have an arm lock-up. Takumi trying to prove himself and everybody else, begins to raise his right arm towards Alex's left arm, but slowly. As Takumi is concentrated enough on the arm lock-up as he is looking upwards, Hitman Alex uses his right arm to slap Takumi across the face.

TC: Look at that cheap shot from Alex.

AD: That's Takumi's fault, Ted.

The crowd not being pleased begins to boo for the champion as Alex wastes no time and tries to get some hits in on Takumi while he can. Alex connecting with a right jab across the face, follow by another one, and another one, as Takumi begin to walk backwards and eventually leaning along the ropes. Alex notices and quickly grabs Takumi by his left arm and Irish Whip him towards the opposite side of the ropes. Takumi runs, but before he even touches the ropes he does a handstand that makes him bounce off the ropes, and connect with a Back Elbow to Hitman Alex, who didn't see that coming whatsoever. The crowd cheers as Takumi gets back up and bends down to lift Alex back up as well. Takumi has Alex standing back up as he has in front of him. Takumi wrapping his arms around the waist of Alex, begins to lift Alex up and off his feet, as he takes him up and drops Alex on his back against the canvas, connecting with a Belly To Back Suplex. Takumi thinking that the move could wear Alex down, quickly goes for a cover. Takumi locks in a cover as the referee slides next to the pin and sees both of the champ's arms flat on the mat. The referee counts for Takumi; One........Two.....But Alex lifts his right arm off the mat, which ends up in breaking the cover. Takumi not surprised, but not happy either.

TC: What a Belly-To-Back Suplex from Takumi, showing his strength, but it was only a two.

AD: It was close, but close only counts in Horseshoes.

Takumi lifting himself back up, thinking of what to do next as the crowd is behind Takumi for this one. Takumi deciding to go for a submission as he bends down and drags Alex, by his feet, towards the center of the ring. Takumi grabs Alex's left leg and he lifts his left leg and sets it over his leg, but only that leg. Takumi then grabs Alex's right leg and places it over his left leg, as Takumi finishes locking the submission by simply placing both of his knees on top of Alex's right leg, applying the Indian Deathlock. Alex waking up from the Belly-To-Back- Suplex as he begins to yell and scream for help. The referee asking if Alex taps out, but Alex is screaming no as the fans are loving it. Takumi continues to put all of his weight on that leg of Alex as Alex continues to scream for freedom as he wants to get out of the submission. Takumi using his hands to press Alex's leg towards the mat, causing more pain for Alex as he continues to scream. Alex beginning to use his hands to crawl slowly towards the nearest ropes, but Takumi tries to put more pressure on the leg to make it harder on Alex. Alex's face is turning red as the referee asks Alex again if he wants to give up, but Alex ignoring the referee as he continues to yell louder and louder by the second.

TC: Takumi with the Indian Deathlock on Alex, and what a submission that is.

AD: Alex won't tap out. He's fighting it like a true champion.

TC: And what a champion he is. Takumi applying more and more force and pressure to Mr. COA's leg as Alex is trying to fight it.

Takumi begins to put more pressure as he puts his weight on the leg of Alex as he tries to crawl closer to the ropes. Alex is stretching his arms towards the bottom rope, as he gets closer and closer. The referee continues to ask as Alex seems like he can't take the pain anymore. Takumi putting pressure after pressure trying to get the victory early in the match. Alex stops stretching, and drops the canvas. The referee slides next to Alex and begins to count as both of his shoulders are down on the mat. One......Two...but Alex wakes up and begins to yell again as he shakes his head horizontally as he is showing that he's in pain. Takumi not trying to let go of the submission, puts more and more pressure still. Alex continues to stretch and finally he gets closer to the ropes. Takumi being dragged along, uses his feet and arms to put a whole lot of pressure on Alex as he finally stretches long enough to touch the ropes. Alex touches the ropes, but he doesn't have a hold of the ropes, so Takumi doesn't have to get off. The referee asks Alex if he wants to give up, but he says no as he continues to stretch and finally has a hold of the ropes with one hand. Alex screaming "Get him off of me" as the referee tells Takumi that he has to let go. Takumi following the rules, lets go of the submission and get back on his feet.

TC: Alex might of not tapped out, but he is sure in pain. He's showing sign of weakness, and I think that's what Takumi was trying to get out of Alex.

AD: You're wrong, Ted. Alex is perfectly fine. He was just a vicious submission move, so of course he's going to be hurting. But he's the world champion, he didn't tap out. He's stronger and better than that. He grabbed the ropes, and made sure he's still in this.

Alex looking like he's out of it a little as he has his eyes closed, still holding onto the ropes. Takumi walks over to Alex as he stomps on his stomach, which makes Alex grunt and let go of the ropes. Takumi then bends down to pick Alex back up, but as he is picking him back up, Alex connects with a jab to the mid-section. Either Alex was playing possum, or he's not trying to get more hurt than he already is. Takumi lets go of Alex, who's already up by now thanks to Takumi, and bends down a little as he holds his stomach for a little bit. Alex stands fully back up as he goes for a clothesline on Takumi, but Takumi ducks and Alex misses again. Alex misses the clothesline that makes Takumi go behind him and Takumi quickly grabs Alex's arms from behind and picks him up and off the canvas and bringing him back down over Takumi's shoulders; connecting with a Tiger Suplex. Alex rolls away from Takumi just a little as he holds his head with both of his arms. Takumi quickly turns Alex on his back as he goes for a cover. The referee slides next to the cover and begins to count; One.....Two.....but once again Alex has kicked out. Takumi wasting little time, bends down and grabs Alex by his legs and drags him towards the middle of the ring. Takumi tries to lock the Indian Deathlock submission once again, but Alex is fighting it as he begins to connect with some jabs across the face of Takumi and on his forehead. Takumi lets go as Alex turns on his stomach and begins to get on his knees to crawl away from Takumi. Takumi sees that and runs towards Alex and connects with a running kick to the mid-section of Alex. Alex falls straight tot he canvas as he feels that one right in the stomach.

TC: I think Takumi is trying to wear Alex down as much as he can. He wants to keep him down as much as possible.

AD: Alex is just trying to recuperate right now, Ted. He's our world champion.

TC: Well our world champion haven't got any type of momentum.

Takumi bends down and begins to pick Alex back up and begins to Irish Whip to the opposite ropes. Alex runs and bounces off the ropes. Takumi, who's standing in the center of the ring, jumps in the air and extends his feet and goes for a dropkick. Alex, using his arms, catches himself and gets a hold of the ropes and bounces off the ropes only to return back to the ropes. Takumi misses and lands right on the mat, but using his speed he rolls back up. Alex seeking this opportunity, runs towards Takumi and finally connects with a running Clothesline. Takumi falls down to the mat again, but with all the momentum he had throughout the match he is not that hurt. Takumi rolls back up and turns his attention towards Alex again, but the champion being a step ahead this time, runs towards Takumi again and goes for another clothesline, knocking Takumi down. Takumi once again falls, but bounces and rolls back up from the mat. Takumi this time goes for a clothesline of his own, but Alex ducks and quickly goes behind Takumi. Alex wrapping his right arm around the neck of Takumi, goes for one of his main common moves, the Inverted Headlock BackBreaker. Takumi comes off the mat and bounces off Alex's back and falls back towards the mat, this time not getting back up.

AD: You spoke too soon, Ted. Alex gaining his momentum

TC: For now, AD. For now.

AD: You're so negative, Ted. You work for the stupid management in the back, right? This is a conspiracy.

TC: A conspiracy is people thinking you're a great announcer.

Alex, on his knees, feeling the momentum as he looks towards Takumi with a evil look on his face. Hitman Alex stands back up as he bends down towards Takumi and picks him back up. Alex has Takumi standing back up and Alex quickly sets Takumi in a suplex position. Alex has his left arm over Takumi's head, while Takumi's left arm is over Alex's head, and Alex quickly lift and slam Takumi back down over his shoulders; Connecting with a Snap suplex. Hitman Alex begins to stand up and sees Takumi laying straight down on the mat, with no momentum anymore. Alex smiling, which sets off the crowd. The crowd begins to boo, as Alex walks over towards Takumi. Instead of picking him back up, Alex walks towards Takumi's feet. Alex looks around the arena as he looks back down at Takumi and Alex lifts his right foot off the mat only to bring it down, and stomp on Takumi's left foot. Takumi feeling that, quickly awakens and grabs his foot. Alex not stopping there, Alex begins to stomp all over Takumi's feet; the ankles and shins of both feet. Takumi grabbing both of his legs while screaming in pain from his feet being tortured. Alex smiling as he sees Takumi grabbing his legs after every stomp.

TC: Alex wearing down Takumi down this time. Focusing on the legs of Takumi, not trying to let him use them in this match.

AD: Also making sure he doesn't stand back up.

Hitman Alex smiling after he's seeing the damage he is inflicting on Takumi as the crowd continues to boo Alex out of the arena, but Alex loving the reaction that the crowd is giving him. Alex bends down to grab onto Takumi's leg and start dragging him along the corner. Alex drops down to the canvas and begins to roll out of the ring as he grabs Takumi's leg, who is inside the ring, and begins to pull him closer to the steel pole in the corner. The World Heavyweight Champion has the pole in-between Takumi's legs and he smiles as he has the referee on his tail, telling him to go back inside the ring. Alex smiles and ignores the referee, who begins to count for Alex since he's outside the ring, and Alex grabs one of Takumi's leg and he swings it across the steel pole. Takumi letting out a small scream, feeling that pain through his whole leg. Alex grabs the other leg as he swings it across the steel pole again, while Takumi lets out another scream. The referee on his third count as Alex continues to grab each leg, one by one, as he swings them across the pole. Takumi yelling in pain as he feels like his leg is going numb. The referee tells Alex to stop, but as Alex lets go of Takumi's legs for a second, Takumi takes that opportunity to use his hands to crawl backwards away from the corner and towards the center of the ring as he grabs both of is legs screaming as if his legs were chopped off. Alex looking angry at the fact he wasn't done inflicting pain, he rolls back inside. Alex, who's inside the ring now, walks over to Takumi and bends down to pick him up. Alex, who has Takumi standing back up now but barely, Irish Whips him across the ring, as Takumi runs and bounces off the ring back to Alex. Alex lifts his right foot and tries to go for a Big Boot, but Takumi counters it as he ducks under and stops himself from running as he stands right behind Alex. Alex quickly putting his foot down and turning around, realizing he missed, finds a kick across the face from Takumi as Takumi has jumped in the air and connects with one kick across the face of Alex. Alex falling sideways as the gum he was chewing comes out his mouth flying outside the ring towards somewhere on the floor outside. Both men fall down to the mat as Alex has his eyes closed, and Takumi is on his stomach just trying to heal for a bit, but he's awake.

TC: What a Gamengiri kick across the face of Alex.

AD: I'll admit that it was a nice reversal, but not that impressive.

TC: Are you kidding? That was a nice reversal, but it looks like Takumi has hurt himself in the process as well. He is still down because he used the same body part that Mr. COA was damaging.

The crowd begins to boo as Takumi begins to look mad as he sees someone coming from behind the black curtains onto the top of the entrance ramp. This guy is familiar to Takumi as he begins to make his way down the entrance ramp, ignoring the crowd who is straight up booing him; showing no love to him at all whatsoever. Takumi telling this guy to go back and to leave him alone in a strong Japanese accent. The guy ignores Takumi as he continues to make his way down the ramp and talks some trash to Takumi in Spanglish. The crowd continues to boo as Takumi starts to get back up very slowly and begins to take his eyes off this match as this guy seems to be a distraction right now. This guy continues to walk to the bottom of the entrance ramp as he walks around the ring and continues making his way towards the announce table. He begins to sit next to Ted Cedar as Ted and Adam Dennis both greet him and they ask what he's doing down here. Takumi getting back up now, begins to walk towards the side of the ring where the announce table is at and begins to tell this guy to leave. The familiar guy continues to ignore Takumi as he continues to talk to Ted Cedar and Adam Dennis, being part of the announce table now.

TC: Dominik, I don't think he wants you here.

DD: I don't care, foo'. I can do whatever I want. Yo todavia trabajo aqui en X W A. Until KOX, I still work here. And I guarantee you that even after King of Xtreme, Im going to keep my job.

AD: You seem so confidence, don't you.

DD: Claro que si, wey. I'm Dominik Diveraz, of course I have confidence. I am half the tag team champions with that dumbass right there talking chino to me.

Hitman Alex begins wake up as he turns on his stomach and begins to make his way back up. Takumi still being distracted as he tells Dominik to leave, but Dominik is laughing and ignoring him, not worrying about Takumi. Hitman Alex continues to get back up as Takumi has his whole back turned and his attention is not in this match anymore. The referee in the match is trying to tell Takumi to ignore him and focus back in the match, but Takumi finally ignores the referee. Alex who is standing back up, turns around and sees Takumi not even paying attention. Takumi turns his head toward Alex to take a glance and see if he's down or up, and sees that he's up. Takumi turns his head forward back to Dominik and the announce table, but he quickly turns his whole body around as he realizes that Alex is standing back up. Takumi runs towards Alex, who's in the center of the ring, and jumps in the air to go for a Enzuigiri kick across the face, but this time Alex counters it by having a hold of the kick that Takumi tried to swing across Alex's face. Alex grabs the leg with both of his hands and has a submission locked in now, the Ankle lock. Takumi, with both of his hands on the mat, begins to yell as Alex is causing more pain to the legs of Takumi. Alex drops to one knee, as he still has the submission locked in, and Takumi yells and shakes his head constantly. The referee tries to ask if Takumi wants to give up, but Takumi is yelling no repeatedly. Takumi tries to crawl to the ropes, but Alex sees it and pulls Takumi back, still grabbing the foot and still applying the submission hold. The cameras showing the look on Dominik as he is laughing.

TC: What a counter from the World Champion.

DD: That was supposed to be me.

AD: The World Champion?

DD: Not only that, ese, but facing Hitman Alex. And believe me when I say this match would of been over ten minutes ago and I would have won. Hitman Alex es un fucking chiste, foo. He only got that title cause I smoked some pot. If I never smoked that pot, I would of been World Champion. That's my title and after I'm done with Takumi, Imma go get the title that I rightfully deserved, wey.

TC: Rules are Rules

DD: Fuck rules, puto!

AD: Why are you even out here?

DD: Por que yo soy Dominik Diveraz y yo puedo ser lo que me da la gana, ese! I can do what I please. Plus, I wouldn't miss seeing both of these putos beat the shit out of each other.

TC: Who are you rooting for then?

DD: Nobody, puto. Whoever wins, wins. A mi no me importa.

Hitman Alex continues to put more pressure on the submission move as Takumi is trying to fight it. Takumi is helpless right and is trying to get to the nearest ropes that he can. Takumi crawling towards the side of the ring by the entrance ramp, but Hitman Alex gets off of one knee and drags him back towards the center of the ring. Takumi then tries to crawl to one of the other sides of the ring, and once again Alex drags him back to the center of the ring. The crowd cheering for Takumi not to tap out as Takumi tries to crawl over the other side of the ring and gets close to touching the ropes, but Alex once again drags him back to the center of the ring. Takumi's face turning pink-ish, close to red, as Alex lets out a roar as he continues to twist and inflict lots of damage to Takumi's ankle. Alex trying to snap the ankle in half as Takumi is trapped in the center of the ring and continues to shake his head as he is telling the referee he doesn't want to give up. The referee asking Takumi again and again if he wants to tap out, and Takumi keeps saying no. This time, Takumi is crawling very slowly towards the side of the ring near the announce table. Takumi crawling one by one, closer and closer to the ropes. Alex giving Takumi some hope, as he is about to crush his hopes to grab the rope by dragging him back towards the center of the ring, but this time Takumi rolls over right before even coming close to the ropes and sends Alex through the middle ropes towards the outside. Alex connects back-first against the floor outside the ring. The crowd cheers as Takumi is still in the match. Takumi rolls away from the ropes and towards the center of the ring as he is grabbing his leg again.

TC: I think Takumi  is really hurt, Adam.

DD: Good, ese. He deserves it.

AD: Hitman Alex is right in front of us and he just connected with the floor outside.

DD: That stupid idiot. If he comes close to me, I'm going to hit him. I'll show him why I deserved to be World Champion.

Hitman Alex turning his stomach as he punches the floor hard not being proud of himself for letting Takumi counter the submission. Takumi rolling back up, still not fully heal, but he knows he can't waste no time at all. Takumi walks towards the ropes and he goes through the ropes as he is standing on the apron. Hitman Alex begins to get fully back up as the referee tries to tell Takumi not to go outside, but Takumi ignores the referee and knows he has to do this to get his momentum back. Takumi turns around and see Alex getting back up, so he jumps onto the second ropes and quickly bounces and goes for a Asai Moonsault, but Alex rolls sideways out of the way and Takumi lands flat on his stomach outside the ring. The crowd in shocked of how much that could hurt. Hitman Alex smiles as he is also back down. The referee in shocked as well, but he knows he has to do his job. The referee starts to count for both men who are outside the ring. Takumi is slamming both of his feet on the floor as he grabs his stomach with both of his hands feeling that pain through his body. Alex begins to get back up and he walks over to Takumi as he picks him up. The referee on his second count as Alex grabs Takumi and turns him around towards Ted, Adam, and Dominik. Alex sends Takumi's head straight to the announce table as he laughs and looks directly in the eyes of Dominik. Takumi falls to his knees as he leans on the announce table.

DD: I'm right here, puto! Hit me. I dare you, puto. I fucking dare you pinche wey!

TC: The World Champion slamming Takumi's head on the announce table right in front of us

Hitman Alex picks Takumi back up and once again he slams his head right onto the announce table. Takumi falls back on his knees as Alex laughs. The referee on his fourth count as Hitman Alex picks Takumi back up, but this time he Irish Whip him to the Apron, as Takumi's back connects with it and he drops back down to the floor. Alex enjoying himself as he bends down to pick Takumi back up and quickly out of nowhere, Irish Whips Takumi overs the announce table, towards Dominik, but Takumi somehow counters it as he ends up Irish Whipping Alex over the announce table towards Dominik, knocking him out of his seat and making him drop the headset he was wearing. Takumi uses that time to heal as the crowd is loving it. Hitman Alex accidentally kicks Ted on his leg by mistake while he was being thrown over the table. The referee on his seventh count, Takumi uses the apron to pick himself back up, and then rolls inside the ring. Takumi quickly rolls back outside the ring and forces the referee to restart his count. Takumi still not fully being heal, decides to talk around the announce table and pick up Alex off of Dominik. Takumi picks Alex up by his head and drags him out from behind the announce table to send him towards the apron, slamming his head onto the apron. Takumi then sends him inside, taking his time. Alex is now back inside the ring as he rolls inside. Takumi, taking his time, uses the apron to lift himself back up, and he does. Takumi is standing on the apron as Alex quickly jumps back up and kicks Takumi in the mid-section, where Takumi is still feeling some damage. Hitman Alex quickly pulls Takumi in towards the middle ropes, and has Takumi dangling from the ropes by his feet. Alex holding him in that position for a few seconds, shows his angry look, as he slams him down. Takumi connects face-first as Alex has connected with a Rope-Hung DDT.

TC: Right when Takumi is getting his momentum back, Alex takes it away. What a Rope-Hung DDT from the World Champion.

AD: This match is over, Ted. Alex has this in the bag.

Both men are down as Alex tries to recuperate. Takumi is straight out, stomach on the mat. Alex begins to move as he turns Takumi and hooks his leg for a cover. The referee slides next to the pin and sees both of Takumi's arms down, so he begins to count. One.....Two...Th---but a kickout from Takumi. Alex is mad as he thought that maybe he could of had the match won, but he knows what he has to do. Alex begins to slowly get back up as he is on his knees, grabbing the head of Takumi. Alex begins to extend one knee upwards, as he uses that knee to help his other knee back up, and now standing tall. Alex brings Takumi back up as well. Alex Irish Whips Takumi to the ropes by the entrance ramp, and as Takumi bounces off and returns back to Alex, Alex jumps in the air and connects with a Dropkick to the face of Takumi. Takumi falls down and is now on his back against the canvas. Alex is on his stomach as he begins to slam the mat with his palms, telling and screaming at Takumi to get back up. Alex is setting up to go for his infamous finisher, The HKO. Takumi is slowly waking up, as Alex has his hands rolled up into a fist as he begins to hit the mat several times to get Takumi to wake up. Alex, with his eyes opening up and an evil grin on his face, continues to slam the mat as Dominik begins to get up from outside. Dominik thinking Alex hit him on purpose, wants to get revenge. Takumi is on his knees as he continues to get back up. Alex, who's now standing up, is right in front of Takumi as Dominik begins to walk over the apron. Alex not knowing Dominik is back up, focuses on Takumi, who is now fully back up. Dominik grabs the ropes and gets onto the apron. Takumi is back up, and Alex holds Takumi's head and tries to go for the HKO, but Takumi counters it and sends Alex towards Dominik. Alex seeing Dominik, quckly stops himself from getting closer, and turns back around to put his attention on Takumi, as the referee sees Dominik on the apron and tells him to get off. Takumi taking a risk as he runs as he extends his knee and tries to go for his finisher, Hizakeri (Busaiku Knee Kick), on Alex, but Alex rolls out the way, and Takumi ends up hitting Dominik in the head, knocking him out off the apron and onto the floor.

TC: Takumi hit Dominik with his finisher because Alex moved out the way!!

AD: All that talking, got him that. He got what he deserved.

Hitman Alex still up, standing behind Takumi, waits for Takumi to turn around and Takumi does. Hitman Alex jumps in the air and grabs Takumi by his head and comes down to connect with his finisher, the HKO. The crowd booing as Takumi connects face-first with the canvas. Hitman Alex turns on his stomach and turns Takumi around, without hooking the leg and only extending his right arm over the chest of Takumi, he goes for a pin. The referee slides next to the pin and sees both of Takumi's arms down. The crowd on their feet as they think this might be over, but they still have hope. The referee counts. One...

TC: An HKO!!!

AD: HKO!!! HKO!!! HKO!!! This is it!!

Referee: Two.....

The crowd getting ready to boo Alex.

Referee: Thre.......

All of a sudden the referee quickly stops himself from slamming the mat for the third time as he sees that although Takumi hasn't kicked out, one of his feet is underneath the bottom rope, so therefore the referee cannot continue the pin. The match is still going. Hitman Alex thinking he won begins to smile, but the referee quickly tries to explain the situation and even shows Alex where Takumi's feet is located. The referee tells Alex is a two, and Alex starts to change from smiling to getting mad and getting back up to argue with the referee.

TC: Adam, I think it was only a two.

AD: Impossible!! That's outrageous!

TC: Takumi's foot is under the ring, Adam...The match is still going.

The crowd gets excited and happy as they begin to cheer. The referee and Alex begin to argue as Alex tells the referee to do his job right. The referee defending himself tells Alex that he is doing his job right and it was only a two. The World Champion looking desperate as he stops arguing with the referee and walks back towards Takumi and bends down to pick him back up. Alex, wanting no excuses this time on why the pin is broken, drags Takumi towards the middle of the ring and Alex looks like he's about to go for another HKO. As Alex sets up the HKO, Takumi quickly wakes up and grabs Alex's arm with all of his strength. Alex knows what Takumi is trying to do, and Alex is trying to stop it while he still can. The crowd are cheering as Takumi now has Alex on both of his knees, trying to bring him down on his stomach against the canvas. Takumi finally gets what he wants as he continues to grab the arm and wraps his legs around that arm. Takumi then using his arms wraps it around Alex's head and now he has his finisher-submission on him, Kao O Wataru (The Crossface). The crowd cheering as Takumi has that submission locked in the middle of the ring, where Alex can't go anywhere.

TC: Takumi countered the HKO this time. What a reversal!

AD: No! This match is rigged. Alex had the win

The crowd on their feet as Takumi not letting go of the hold. Alex's face quickly turns red as he begins to raise his arm and is shaking it really fast as he might just tap out. The referee asking if Alex wants to submit, but Alex is yelling no. Out of nowhere, the arena lights go out. There is nothing but darkness, and some of the fans are taking pictures with their cameras to see what's going on.

TC: What the hell is going on?!

AD: What the hell?

Nobody can see anything, not even the referee. All of a sudden, all you hear is a slam inside the ring. The lights has been out for at least 10-15 seconds now, and they're still out. The fans screaming, confused as the lights get turned back on. The fans begin to boo as they can't believe what they see. Even the referee can't believe what he sees.

TC: What the hell did just happened?

AD: Takumi is laid out in the middle of the ring.

Just as Adam said, Takumi is laid out in the middle of the ring. Alex is moving and crawling towards Takumi as the fans are booing. The referee looks confused but he didn't see anything, nobody did. Alex crawls slowly towards Takumi and begins to hook his leg. The referee slides next to the pin, confused still, but knows he has to do his job right. The referee sees both of Takumi's arms flat on the mat, so he begins his count. One............................Two........................................Three. The referee tells the timekeeper to ring the bell and he does.

DING DING DING

TC: What the hell just happened, Adam.

AD: I don't know, Ted. All I know is that Hitman Alex won the match, and what a Pay-Per-View quality type of match that was.

Hitman Alex's theme begins to play throughout the arena as the fans begin to boo. The timekeeper hands the referee the World Title, as he hands Alex the World title. The referee helps Alex back up as he then raises Hitman Alex's arm, showing everybody that he has won the match.

TC: I'm still confused, what the hell?

AD: Ted, Nobody saw anything

TC: Who is that on the top of the entrance ramp? Is that?...

AD: Holy Shit.

TC: That's Dante Cross and his brother, Kriss.

Hitman Alex looks towards the apron and sees not only both Dante and Kris Cross, but the Intercontinental Champion, Drake Dysfunction. Alex holding the World Title, looks towards them and sees Dante, Kriss, and Drake all raise their right arm upwards. Alex smiles and raises his right arm upwards as well and then lowers it as Dante, Kriss, and Drake all do the same. Alex begins to celebrate inside the ring as he raises his title above him, and Dante, Kris, and Drake begin to clap for the World Champion from the top of the entrance ramp. Hitman Alex walks over to one of the corners as he begins to climb onto the second turnbuckle, with his feet on the ropes, and begins to raise the title as the crowd continue to boo the World Heavyweight Champion. The XWA Vendetta logo and credits begin to show on the left side of the television screen from the viewers watching at home.

TC: I knew it! I knew Dante and Kris were behind this, and I had a feeling Drake was behind this too

AD: Nobody saw anything, Ted. Shut up. They are just congratulating him on his win.

TC: No goddamit. Dante and Kris interfered tonight just like they did in the Lone Wolf Match. And Drake is part of it all too.

AD: You're just assuming, Ted. Let it be. Stop being a cop. Our World Heavyweight Champion has won a match tonight, sending a message to the guys backstage who will be in the Elimination Chamber match at King of Xtreme. This was Vendetta, Ladies and Gentlemen, good night.

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PostSubject: Re: Main Event: Hitman Alex vs. Takumi Sanu   Main Event: Hitman Alex vs. Takumi Sanu EmptySun Oct 06, 2013 12:02 am

Our main event of the evening is among us. World Heavyweight Champion Hitman Alex is set to take on Tag Team Champion Takumi Sanu in a non-title singles bout. Both men have had an interesting couple of weeks since Endure, to say the least. Takumi has been dealing with the betrayal of his once-good friend Dominik Diveraz, whilst Alex has been trying to prove to the XWA universe that he's a deserving World Champion. This match actually came out of a challenge from Hitman Alex himself. After Dominik originally won the tournament to decide the new World Heavyweight Champion, he was disqualified for failing a drug test. This is one reason why some don't consider Alex to be the true Champion, so he wanted a match against Dominik. However, as part of Diveraz's punishment for failing the drug test, he can't compete until King of Xtreme. So, Hitman decided to take the next best choice and challenged Dominik's former partner and the man he will face at King of Xtreme in a Loser Leaves Town Match; Takumi. One strong factor in this match will likely be the injury Takumi suffered at Endure against Rellim Strife and Razor Xtreme; an injury to his knee. It's been the target of attack lately and isn't in the best of shape, Takumi even needing to wear a knee brace on his right leg due to it. Nevertheless, Takumi isn't expected to go down without a fight as he faces the World Heavyweight Champion of XWA. Of course, neither is Hitman Alex.

DING! DING! DING!


The two men begin circling one another in the ring, slowly inching closer to each other as every second passes. Just as Takumi shoots in for a Collar-and-Elbow Tie-Up, Alex dodges to the side and responds with a stern kick to his opponent's right leg. It's already being made clear what Hitman's gameplan is; go after the injury. Especially considering one of Takumi's finishing moves is the Hizakeri, a Busaiku Knee Kick, it'd be hard for him to pull that off with a bum knee. Alex lands a second kick to his opponent's knee, this one causing him to drop down on his left knee. He then begins stomping away at the back of Sanu's right leg, before grabbing him by the ankle and yanking, as hard as he can, upward before slamming his opposition's knee hard into the canvas. Takumi lets out a little yell as he holds onto his knee. Ryu checks on the fallen superstar, but Alex pushes the official out of the way before getting onto his knees and pounding away with punches to the right leg of his adversary. Following this vicious assault, Alex hops back up to his feet and extends his arms out to pose for the audience, whom simply reply with boos.

Ted Cedar
"Alex has made his gameplan clear. He's going to go to work on Takumi's injured leg."


Adam Dennis
"That's why he's World Heavyweight Champion, Ted. The guy is smart. He finds a weakness in his opponent and he exploits it."


Alex goes to lift his opponent back to a vertical base, but Takumi pushes him away. He quickly hops back to his feet before landing a Spinning Heel Kick that causes even more damage to his right knee in the process. Nevertheless, the audience cheers as Takumi goes for the early cover. One—Kickout! Now it's Takumi lifting his opposition to his feet, but as Alex reaches his knees, he lands a quick hook shot to Takumi's knee, causing him to stumble backwards, holding his knee in pain. Sanu stumbles backwards into the ropes and Hitman runs at him, but the Japanese superstar quickly ducks down, pulling the top rope with him and causing Alex to fly to the outside of the ring. As he hits hard on the floor next to the ring, Alex slowly tries to pull himself back to a vertical base. Little does he know, Takumi is waiting for him. The smaller wrestler grabs a hold of the top rope before vaulting over top of it to the outside with a huge Cross Body! Takumi clearly hurts his leg a bit on the landing, but the move is effective.

Ted Cedar
"Huge Cross Body by Takumi! He may have tweaked his leg a bit on the landing, though."


Adam Dennis
"Dumb. In just a couple of weeks, Takumi will have the most important match of his career, and he's risking an injury in this match."


After the official reaches a count of three, both men have made it back to their feet. Slowly, but steadily, Takumi limps his way over to Alex, only for the ever-so-opportunistic superstar to sharply kick his opponent in the knee once more. With Takumi focused on the pain in his knee right now, Alex thinks of what he should do next before coming up with an idea. He gets on the side of his opponent before grabbing him the leg and lifting him into the air, only to drop his knee hard onto the security barricade with an innovative Shin Breaker! Takumi drops to the floor as Ryu reaches a count of six and Alex quickly slides into the ring, looking for a countout victory. Takumi stirs on the floor, holding onto his knee in pain, as Ryu continues his count. By the time Ryu has reached eight, the Japanese wrestler makes it to his feet. Nine! With a sudden burst of life, Takumi jumps into the ring, under the bottom rope.

Ted Cedar
"Takumi makes it back into the ring just in the nick of time."


Adam Dennis
"That was a close one, Ted. Although, if I was Takumi, I'd have probably just stayed out. His knee is banged up enough already. At the rate he's going, he won't even be able to walk into his match against Dominik and he'll have to forfeit."


Alex immediately goes on the attack, stomping all over his body before dropping to his knees and pounding on him with forearms and punches to the back and head. Ryu forces himself in between the two and causes some separation before allowing Takumi some time to get back to his feet in the corner of the ring. As soon as Sanu is standing, Alex rushes straight towards him, leaping into the air and looking for a Stinger Splash, but Takumi moves out of the way just in time as Hitman goes head-first into the top turnbuckle. Takumi quickly runs with a limp to the opposing side of the ring before running back at Alex. He leaps into the air, attempting his finishing Busaiku Knee Kick dubbed the Hizakeri! Alex dodges to the side, however, and now it's Takumi going into the top turnbuckle, albeit knee-first! The Japanese superstar lets out a yell of pain as he holds his right knee, which has suffered even more damage at the hands of Alex.

Adam Dennis
"God damn, that had to hurt!"


Ted Cedar
"Takumi went for the win right there, but Alex had the senses to move out of the way just in time and Takumi's already-injured leg went straight into the top turnbuckle."


Slowly but surely, Alex crawls onto his opposition for a pin attempt. One! Two! Thr—Kickout at two and a half! Slamming his fist off of the canvas in frustration, Alex is clearly upset that that wasn't it. "Mr. Center Of Attention" argues with Ryu about the kickout, but he insists he called it fairly and that Takumi did, indeed, kick out before a count of three. Suddenly, Alex finds himself being pulled backwards into a roll-up by Takumi! One! Two! Thr—Kickout! Alex quickly gets back to his feet, as does Takumi, perhaps the two running off of adrenaline. Takumi's adrenaline is stopped in an instant, however, as Alex practically takes his head off with a Clothesline! Hitman puts his hands up to call for the HKO, his leaping Diamond Cutter finisher. The audience jeers heavily as Takumi slowly begins to get back to his feet. Once he's reached a vertical base, Alex goes for the maneuver, but Sanu pushes him away, almost causing him to crash into Ryu, but Alex stops himself just in time. He turns around to see Takumi running at him, attempting his own finisher, the Busaiku Knee Kick dubbed Hizakeri! Alex dodges to the side, however, and Takumi goes knee-to-face with Ryu, taking the referee out! Quickly, he scurries back to his feet as he looks at the downed official with shock on his face. Suddenly, Alex spins Takumi around and plants him with the HKO! Alex goes for the cover, but there's no referee to make the count.

Ted Cedar
"Alex has the pin, but there's no referee! Takumi inadvertently took him out!"


Adam Dennis
"Yeah, 'inadvertently'."


Realizing the official is out cold, Alex ponders what to do next, when a sadistic idea comes to mind. He exits the ring, heading over to the commentary table and pushing a staff member out of his steel chair before taking the chair, folding it, and sliding back into the ring with it. As Sanu slowly makes it back to his feet, Hitman goes to swing the steel chair into him, but the Japanese superstar dodges out of the run and runs behind his opponent. Alex turns around, only to be drilled in the face with a vicious Hizakeri! The audience erupts in cheers as Takumi goes for the cover, but there's still no one to make the count. The cheers suddenly turn to jeers as Dominik Diveraz runs down the ramp and slides into the ring, Takumi unaware of his presence. Sanu gets back to his feet, looking at the downed referee, whilst thinking of what to do next; completely oblivious to the fact that his former partner is right behind him. He turns around, only for Dominik to leap into the air and pull his King of Xtreme opponent down with his finishing move, a Front Lungblower he likes to call Matanza! Dominik quickly lays the practically-unconscious Alex over the body of Takumi's, before grabbing the steel chair and exiting the ring with it. Slowly, Ryu begins to come to and he sees the pin. He crawls over to get a closer view before beginning an unintentionally slow count. One!...Two!...Thre—But Takumi kicks out at the last moment possible!

Ted Cedar
"I don't believe it! Takumi kicked out!"


Adam Dennis
"Guy is tough. There's no doubting that, at least."


Diveraz looks on, completely shocked that Takumi managed to kick out after taking the Matanza. Alex rolls off of his opponent and the two are down. Slowly but surely, the official gets back to his feet, and notices that neither man has moved an inch since he got up. As such, he begins a ten-count. Neither man moves until a count of six, when they both begin to stir and, steadily, they get back to their feet at the same time just before Ryu could count to ten! Takumi drills Alex in the face with a hard punch, receiving a "YAY" from the fans, only for Alex to respond with his own punch that garners a "BOO". The two men slowly exchange these punches, each one getting the appropriate fan response. Suddenly, Takumi catches one of the punch attempts from his opposition and reverses it by tripping his foe and applying the Kao O Wataru; his submission finisher also known as the Crossface! The audience again burst into cheers, as Alex may be moments away from tapping!

Ted Cedar
"The Kao O Wataru! This could be it!"


Adam Dennis
"If Takumi makes Alex tap, I'll eat my own hat. Of course, I'll have to buy a hat first."


Alex and Takumi are in the center of the ring as muffled screaming can be heard coming from Hitman's mouth, as Sanu has his hands covering it with the submission hold. Dominik looks on from outside of the ring, worried as he wants his King of Xtreme opponent to lose tonight. Whether it's because he doesn't want him gaining the momentum or he just wants him to be embarrassed, he wants Takumi to lose, but right now it's looking like the exact opposite may be happening. "Get to the damn ropes, puta!" shouts Dominik, trying to encourage Alex in his own strange way. Gradually, Alex begins to crawl his way towards the ropes, with each passing second pulling him closer and closer into an unconscious state. Eventually, Alex extends his arm out as far as he can, nearly able to touch the bottom rope. He crawls one more tiny bit further and, finally, is able to wrap the tips of his fingers around the bottom rope as Ryu calls for the break. Being the respect wrestler he is, Takumi immediately lets go, as Dominik looks relieved.

Ted Cedar
"Alex gets to the rope, forcing Takumi to break the hold. Say what you will about him, but Hitman Alex doesn't give up easily."


Adam Dennis
"The guy's a beast. I don't get why everyone doubts him."


Takumi slowly gets back to a vertical base, completely exhausted from everything that's happened thus far in this contest. He contemplates what he can possibly do next to get the victory over the World Heavyweight Champion. Distractingly, Dominik shouts from outside of the ring, "You won't beat him and you won't beat me!" Dominik's taunting does exactly what he set out for it to do; distract. As Takumi's distracted by his former partner's annoyance, Alex goes for a roll-up. However, Takumi quickly slides out of it and instantly transitions into the Kao O Wataru again! The fans cheer heavily as Alex is once again trapped in the center of the ring! Dominik, having seen enough of this, decides to do what he did last week; attack Takumi with a chair and cause a disqualification. He slides into the ring, steel chair still in hand from when he pulled it out of the ring earlier. Takumi sees him coming, however, and releases the hold. He quickly tackles Dominik before he can do anything, pounding into him with shot after shot! Hurriedly, Diveraz slides back out of the ring as Takumi gets back to his feet, with a grin on his face. Suddenly, Alex spins Sanu around, looking for another HKO! Like earlier, however, Takumi pushes his opponent away. As soon as Alex turns around, all he can see is a knee flying in his direction before pure darkness as Takumi lands the Hizakeri for a second time in this match-up! Takumi goes for the cover, as the audience cheers rowdily! One! Two! Three!

DING! DING! DING!

Ted Cedar
"Takumi wins! Takumi wins! Takumi wins!"


Adam Dennis
"How the hell did…"


Ryu helps Takumi back to his feet, as "Instinct" by Tha Mexakinz hits the PA System and Sanu's hand is raised in victory. Dominik, whom is just now getting back to his feet outside of the ring, realizes what happened and angrily screams, "No, no, no, no!" Takumi smiles as he soaks in the massive cheers from the crowd, whom are very excited to see him beat the arrogant World Heavyweight Champion.

Adam Dennis
"Well, Dominik ain't too happy about this."


Ted Cedar
"What a match! That's all the time we have for you, ladies and gentlemen! We're two weeks away from King of Xtreme, so tune in next week for our going home show!"


With Alex laid out on the canvas, Dominik angrily screaming outside of the ring and Takumi celebrating, the show fades to black.

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PostSubject: Re: Main Event: Hitman Alex vs. Takumi Sanu   Main Event: Hitman Alex vs. Takumi Sanu EmptySun Oct 06, 2013 12:02 am

Note: Justin told me to post his match a minute before deadline. I had forgotten and I posted it a minute after, I apologize. It's not his fault, he finished it a while ago, so it won't count against him.

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