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PostSubject: 4.) JHalc vs Hitman Alex   4.) JHalc vs Hitman Alex EmptyTue Oct 29, 2013 2:01 am

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PostSubject: Re: 4.) JHalc vs Hitman Alex   4.) JHalc vs Hitman Alex EmptySat Nov 02, 2013 11:04 pm

Adam Dennis: Look at this guy, he should be ashamed of himself.

Ted Cedar: Now I don't agree with his actions, but the crowd loved it last night. Thanks to this guy, we have a NEW World Heavyweight Champion.

Adam Dennis: That's not fair. All these people are hypocrites.

The commentators continue to talk about the Main Event that happened last night as Hitman Alex is waiting for JHalc to finish with his entrance as he is at the top of the entrance ramp. The camera getting a good shot of Alex as he has about nine stitches on his forehead where he got busted wide open thanks to Kanimaniac. JHalc makes his way to the ring alongside with Nova, The Wildcat. The fans are cheering, but Hitman Alex doesn't look pleased at all. Mr. center of Attention not wanting to wait any longer he begins to walk towards the side of the ring that's by the entrance ramp. The Jack of Hearts is still halfway down the entrance ramp, as Alex continues his way to the outside by dropping to the mat and rolling under the bottom ropes. JHalc's music begins to fade away as he sees Alex running his way. Alex quickly striking with the first punch across the face of the Number One Contender for the Intercontinental Champion. JHalc fighting back with punches of his own, as both men continue to brawl. Nova begins to yell to Alex to let go of Jay and to fight in the ring, but the former World Champion ignores The Wildcat Diva. Alex and Jay connecting back to back punches straight to one another, trying to get the upper hand over the other. Alex finally skips the punch strike as he grabs Jay by his head, and Alex lifts & extends his right leg and connects with a Knee to the mid-section, that makes JHalc drop to one knee. While the fans's cheering for the brawl, and for JHalc to get the advantage over Alex, quickly turned into booing as Alex is the one with the advantage.

Ted Cedar: The Match hasn't started yet and these two are brawling outside

Adam Dennis: Can you blame Alex? JHalc placed himself in the match last night and cost Alex his World Title.

Ted Cedar: I don't agree with his actions, but I know that two wrongs don't make a right

Adam Dennis: Not in Alex's eyes. Alex wants revenge. Alex wants payback. Alex wants retribution. Alex wants to be the World Heavyweight Champion again, Ted, you can see it in his eyes. He has anger, and that anger is being unleashed on the guy who was part of him losing the title to David Michaels, who doesn't deserve to be Champion.

Alex grabs Jay by his head and picks him back up as Alex extends his right foot back up and connects with yet another kick to the mid-section, this time knocking Jay on both of his knees. The referee is inside and is telling both men to go inside, but Alex ignores him. Alex, not taking a single second to take his eyes off of JHalc, connects with a Boot to the face knocking Jay backwards against the Entrance Ramp's ground/floor. Alex begins to drag Jay down the entrance ramp by his right leg, as JHalc scrapes his back a little bit. The fans continuing to boo Alex as you can hear some fans say "You Suck" "Retire" "Mr. Center of Stupidity" and other different ignorant things to the former World Champion. Hitman Alex bends down and picks Jay back up and looks into the eyes of the Number One Contender as Jay has his eyes closed. Alex begins to talk to Jay telling him "You want to get in my way? Huh?! This is what you get, BITCH!", as Alex Irish Whips Jay towards the Steel steps that are on the left side of the entrance ramp. Jay runs at full speed, by force, towards the steel steps as Jay falls down and connects with his side against it, knocking half of the steel steps off the bottom steps. Alex, who would normally would be smiling, is not smiling at all. Alex walks towards Jay, as Nova slowly makes her way down the entrance ramp to see JHalc's condition. Alex reaches Jay, and instead of picking him back up, he walks around him towards the top part of the Steel Steps that Jay knocked off, as Jay is leaning right on the bottom part of the Steel Steps.

Ted Cedar: I don't know what Alex is doing, but I have a feeling is not anything good.

Adam Dennis: Alex isn't doing anything wrong, Ted. It's all JHalc. This stupid degenerate moron wanted to kiss Michaels' ass and get in between the match that Alex had under control. Alex had the victory, but JHalc caused him the match. If I were Alex, I would do the same thing.

Ted Cedar: It was No DQ, Adam.

Adam Dennis: You're a hypocrite like the rest.

Alex stops right in front of the steel steps as he bends down and gets a good hold of the Steel steps. The crowd booing for the former World Champ, as Jay is still down. Nova now being at the bottom of the entrance ramp, yells at JHalc to get back up. Alex lifts up the Steel Steps up, as he looks at Jay as his eyes pop out. You can hear Nova sounding worry as he is begging Alex to stop and telling him not to do it. Alex, while holding the steel steps, looks at Nova as he begins to exchange some words with her. "You shut your mouth you cunt bitch whore" says Alex towards Nova as Nova feels disrespected by ignores those comments as she continues to beg Alex to not do it, but Alex raises the steel steps higher and over his shoulders. Alex brings down the Steel steps with such a force as he connects it right on top of JHalc's head. The crowd boos Alex out of the arena as Alex lifts his head up and begins to show a demonic smile as Nova drops to her knees and starts to have her hands up by her mouth, shocked and not believing what she just witnessed. Alex begins to walk over towards Nova, as Nova sees it and starts getting back up and walking backwards away from Alex. Alex stops at the corner, as Nova is on the opposite corner by the ring announcer, looking away feeling scared. Alex sets his eyes on Nova, but decides to turn around and focus back on Jay. Hitman Alex walks to the center of the side of the ring as he lifts the apron. Alex drops to one knee as he begins to search for something under the ring, while the crowd continue to boo.

Ted Cedar: I wonder what Alex has in mind next? He's showing lots of anger towards the guy that cost him his match.

Adam Dennis: He deserves it, enough said

Ted Cedar: Let's not forget that the match hasn't started yet.

Alex comes out of from under the ring and takes out a Singapore Cane as he smiles and the crowd continues to boo. Hitman Alex holding the stick up right in front of him as he looks towards JHalc, who is helpless laying against the Steel Steps, barely moving. The former world champion begins to yell and exchange some explicit words towards the number one contender for the intercontinental championship. "Get your ass up you piece of Shit" says Alex towards Jhalc who is moving, but not close to getting back up. Hitman Alex sets the Cane down form right in front of him, and holds it still while walking towards Jay. Nova seeing a perfect way to distract Alex, runs towards Alex and as he reaches him, Nova tries to grab and take the Cane out of Alex's hands. Alex feels someone trying to take the cane away from him so he quickly reacts as he lifts the Cane and holds it with both hands and quickly swings. The crowd seeing that Alex swung the Cane towards Nova, they start to feel sorry for Nova, but Nova quickly drops down to the floor and Alex misses. The camera gets a good shot of Nova's face as she is speechless of what could of been a knocked out for her. The camera then switches to Alex's face as his eyes pop out and he begins to show open his mouth in shocked at himself for almost hitting a girl, with some saliva coming out of his mouth. Alex begins to talk to Nova as Nova begins to crawl backwards away from Alex. "You don't want to get involved, Nova. You don't want none of this you cunt. You whore. You want some of this? I'll give you some of this" says Alex as he begins to walk towards Nova, who continues to crawl back and away from him. Nova quickly turns around on her stomach and gets back up and starts to run away from Alex. Alex sees Nova trying to run away as Alex starts to run towards Nova trying to catch up to her.

Ted Cedar: For the love of god, Run Nova Run! Alex is going way too far here now

Adam Dennis: Puppies!!

Nova runs past the side of the ring by the announce table, as Alex finally reaches the corner by the timekeeper. Nova continues to run as she gets to the corner of the side of the ring where JHalc is at. Alex continues to run as JHalc somehow gets back up. Nova runs pass Jhalc, and Alex keeping his eyes on Nova, as he doens't see JHalc surprisingly getting back up and connects with a clothesline. Alex runs directly towards Jay and gets a clothesline straight to the face as he falls to the ground and drops the Cane along with him. The crowd cheering as Jay almost falling, but stops himself with his feet and finally leans against the apron still not being one-hundred percent from the steel steps attack. The crowd begin to chant "Jack of Heart" repeatedly as Nova begins to walk over to Jay and begins to check on him. Hitman Alex turning around on his stomach from being on his back, while Nova sees that and walks on the other side of Jay, getting away from Alex and still trying to check on his client and "friend". Jay tells Nova to get away as JHalc walks over towards Hitman Alex. Jhalc bends down and picks Alex up with the little strength he has left. J has Alex standing back up as he Irish Whips Alex towards the Ring post, and Alex runs face first and falls to the floor. The crowd cheers as Jhalc is starting to get his momentum back. Jay slowly still regaining his energy, walks over to Hitman Alex's body and bends down once again to pick him up. Jay then drags Alex towards the center of the side of the ring and throws him over the apron and lays him there. Jay then follows that up by pushing him under the bottom rope towards the inside of the ring as Alex is rolled a little bit away from the ropes as he stops on his stomach. Jay grabbing onto the bottom ropes and pulls on it to lift himself back up, as he only gets on knee on the apron. Jay pulls himself more upwards as he is on one knee on the apron, as he eventually lifts himself fully back up. JHalc is standing back up on his feet outside of the apron as he is about to go through the middle ropes and into the ring, Alex jumps up and quickly grabs Jay by his head and pulls him unexpectedly.

Ted Cedar: Alex playing possum, pulling Jhalc inside, who doesn't have all of his energy left.

Adam Dennis: It's about time.

Alex looks around the arena as he has Jay dangling from the middle ropes on his feet. Alex with demonic eyes connects with a Rope Hung DDT, making JHalc connect face-first against the canvas. Alex rolls on his stomach and while being on his knees, he yells at the referee and tells him to ring the bell. The referee tries to tell Alex that Jhalc is not ready, but Alex getting fully back up begins to yell at the referee and starts to scare him. The referee signals the bell to the timekeeper to start this match as the timekeeper listens and the match has gone underway.

DING DING DING

Hitman Alex smiles as he looks towards the crowd and then spins around 360 and drops on all fours on the canvas. Alex with his eyes wide open begins to slam on the mat as Jhalc being on his stomach, begins to get back up slowly as he begins to lift himself off the mat. The cameraman begins to show Nova as Nova looks worried and her cheering for Jhalc turned into worry for Jhalc because the match could end just when it started. As Jay is getting back up at his own paste, Alex stops slamming the mat as he stops and looks towards the outside. Alex looking angry, but at the same time as if an idea just popped in his mind. Alex drops from being on his knees to laying down on his stomach, as he rolls towards the ropes. Alex rolls under the bottom rope and rolls to the outside. Alex lifts the apron covers, while the crowd is booing, and JHalc is getting back up. Alex goes under the ring and is looking for a weapon, of course, and after a few seconds he comes back up pulling out a Sledgehammer. Alex smiles as he drops down the apron covers and he rolls back inside the ring. Alex rolls up on his feet as he holds the Hammer by both ends and sets it right in front of him. The referee tries to tell Alex is he uses he will be DQ, but he ignores him. The referee wanting a clean match, tries to get the Sledgehammer away from Alex, as Alex is fighting to keep it. The referee is accidentally distracting Alex as Alex finally lets go of the Sledgehammer and JHalc is fully back up, Alex sees it and quickly jumps while getting a hold of JHalc's head and dropping it down towards the mat, connecting with his finisher. Alex has successfully connected with the HKO, as the fans boo and JHalc connects face-first against the mat. Alex turns him on his back and quickly hooks the leg. The referee lets go of the sledgehammer and quickly goes for the cover. "

Adam Dennis: What an HKO!!!

Ted Cedar: He tried to use the sledgehammer

"ONE"

The fans booing while the referee is counting.

Adam Dennis: And it's over

"TWO!"

Ted Cedar: Good night, JHalc

"Three!!"

The referee signals the timekeeper to ring the bell and the match is officially done just as it started.

DING DING DING. Hitman Alex's theme begins to play as The former World champion gets back up and the referee tries to grab his hand, but Alex pushes the referee away from him. Alex walks over to the sledgehammer which is still inside the ring and he bends down to pick it up. The fans boo him as his theme song begins to fade away already. Alex not feeling too happy about his win as Alex has a hold of the sledgehammer. Alex looks at Jhalc who is down on the floor, but that doesn't stop Alex. Alex bends down and picks Jhalc back up with one hand, while holding the Sledgehammer on the other hand. JHalc being on his feet, having no type of control, as he is somehow keeping his balance as Alex quickly lets go of him and holds the sledgehammer with two hands again and quickly strikes with it. Alex has connected with the sledgehammer shot across the face of JHalc as he falls down to the mat. Alex laughs as he drops the sledgehammer and he begins to talk "smack" to him.

Hitman Alex: Send that message straight back to David. Don't ever interfere in business that doesn't concern you.

All of a sudden Alex looking at Nova who is outside the ring and remembers that Nova tried to distract Alex. Alex begins to walk towards Nova, who's outside the ring as Nova sees Alex coming her way and begins to run around the ring and towards the entrance ramp. Alex goes through the ropes and is now outside, but he's behind Nova as Alex now begins to run towards Nova, trying to catch up to her. Nova is too far ahead from Alex, as Alex is chasing Nova to the back, while the crowd is booing and the referee is checking on JHalc.
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PostSubject: Re: 4.) JHalc vs Hitman Alex   4.) JHalc vs Hitman Alex EmptySat Nov 02, 2013 11:59 pm

DING DING DING

The bell rings and Hitman Alex paces back and forth in his corner, waiting for his opponent to turn to face him. JHalc takes his hat off and reaches up over the top turnbuckle of his corner, and places the hat on top of the ring post. He looks down from the turnbuckle, where, leaning against the steel steps is his mallet. It's a different one than the one we have seen him abuse doors with in recent weeks, this one doesn't have the hard rubber head, and instead is completely wooden. He turns from it with a smile on his face, and finally locks eyes with the man he screwed out of defending his World Heavyweight Championship at King of Xtreme. The referee steps out of the center of the ring, and allows the two to come out of their respective corners.

Dennis:
Something tells me that this one is going to get really ugly, really quick.


Cedar:
It wouldn't surprise me in the least. JHalc inserted himself into the chamber match at King of Xtreme and cost Hitman Alex the world title with that mallet of his.


The two men come face to face in the center of the ring, with no more than inches separating the two. The glare in Hitman Alex's eyes is met with a carefree smirk from JHalc, who doesn't seem to understand the frustration of his opponent. Snapping to action, Alex throws a right handed shot that he hopes to be a surprise but Jay reaches up and deflects it before throwing and open handed slap towards Alex's face that is also blocked. The two are forced to take a step back from each other, but as if a magnet is pulling them together they immediately surge forward to each other and into a collar-and-elbow tie up. Hitman Alex wins the test of strength with relative ease, having both a height and weight advantage over his opponent. Alex backs Jay up into the corner that he first came out of, but almost as soon as Jay's shoulders hit the top turnbuckle pad, the referee is in to break the two apart. The Jack of Hearts raises his hands for the clean break, and Alex backs away cleanly before sending a vicious kick to the front of Jay's right knee that drops the leg out from under him.

Cedar:
AJ Miller worked over the surgically repaired leg of JHalc at King of Xtreme and now Hitman Alex is going to take advantage.


With JHalc on his knees the man that should still be world champion pulls him into a front face lock position and drops backwards, nailing the smaller man with a snap DDT that draws cheers from the crowd. Hitman is back on his feet in a flash, and delivers a stomp to the injured knee, before the referee again inserts himself and pulls the former champion away from his assault with JHalc so close to the ropes. Jay immediately sits up and starts to pull himself up with the help of the ropes, but as he gets back to his feet Alex charges in and clamps on a side headlock. The two bounce off the ropes and Alex spins Jay around so that he is in the center of the ring, but still refuses to release his grip on the smaller man's head. Mr. Center of Attention wrenches his arms tighter to apply maximum pressure. Jay's response to this is a stiff elbow to his opponent's ribs. That is not enough to break the hold, but does create some space between the two. JHalc tucks his head and pops loose before giving a hard shove to Alex that sends him off towards the ropes. Hitman hits the ropes and rebounds back, but when he meets his opponent, he throws his shoulder into him hard and drops JHalc to the mat for a second time following the shoulder block. Alex looks down at his adversary and turns on his heel to position himself for another stomp on the weakened knee, but Jay rolls out of the way this time. Alex thinks to give chase, but instead backs away as the smaller man tries to pick himself up off the mat. Hitman falls backwards hits the ropes for momentum and then springs forward towards a near standing JHalc. As the two come together Hitman looks for another shoulder charge, but Jay steps forward and cuts him off with a knee lift to the gut with his good leg. The impact doubles Alex over but Jay stays on the attack, hitting a European style uppercut to the chin of Alex that stands him straight up. The Jack of Hearts follows with an open left hand that smacks the taste out of the former champion's mouth. This seems to bring the Anti-Hero back to life though as he surges forward instantaneously with an attempt at a clothesline that is easily ducked by the smaller superstar. Alex turns around to face his escaped opponent but is greeted by another left handed slap to the face and a wide smile from JHalc. The fury building inside the former champion boils over, as he attempts a feral right handed shot that Jay catches and turns into an arm drag that sends the bigger man to the mat. JHalc doesn't stop there though. He twists the captured wrist of his foe, and slides into position to put his legs across Hitman's chest locking in a painful looking armbar.

Cedar:
This is what we have seen from JHalc in recent weeks, he times those slaps perfectly in order to goad opponents into making mistakes out of anger.


Dennis:
I think you might be giving him too much credit. He clearly just does it because he thinks it is funny.


Cedar:
I didn't realize you were so in tune with the inner psyche of XWA's Clown Prince.


Jay's legs force Alex's shoulders to the mat, but before the referee can slide in for the count, the bigger star turns his torso so that he is off the mat. In doing so, he only helps to tighten Jay's grip on his arm which is now sending blinding waves of pain up through his shoulder. Thinking fast, and using Jay's pinning strategy against him Hitman forces himself off the mat, and curls JHalc up onto his shoulders. The referee again slides into position, but Jay releases his hold on Alex's wrist and shoves him back with both legs. Jay sits up and tries to push himself up off of his rear, but Alex hits the ropes with his back and he surges forward, kicking the smaller man in the chest and sending him hard back to the mat. Again Hitman goes back to work on the leg, he kicks the side of JHalc's knee with the toe of his boot which draws an agonizing scream from the downed star. Alex heads down around to JHalc's legs, and lifts the injured right leg, up. JHalc tries to sit up to fight but Alex stomps him right in the chest, flattening him back down to the mat. With the leg still in his hand Alex sends another kick, this time to the back of the knee, and then locks the foot under his arm. Jay tries to kick him away with his left leg, but Alex spins him over, and locks in a half crab shades of AJ Miller's offense from King of Xtreme. Jay reaches out with both hands at once, trying to measure his closeness to the ropes. Deeming those on his left side as closest, he slides his torso that direction, but in doing so pulls the hold tighter on his trapped leg. Alex repositions his his feet to stay balanced, but gives up more space for Jay to reach out to the ropes. The Jack of Hearts stretches out as far as he can, with the tips of his fingers just barely short of the rope. The referee comes around to face JHalc and asks him if he wants to quit. The twisted mask of pain on his face fades for just a moment, and he smiles at the official, shaking his head no. Jay pushes up from the mat with both arms, and straightens his free leg so that his torso comes up from the mat, he pushes himself forward and grabs hold of the bottom rope with both hands. The referee stands and moves around the tell Alex to break the hold, but the infuriated former champion isn't quick to comply.

1!

Alex wrenches back with his upper body to inflict as much pain as possible.

2!

Having wrenched back as much as he can, Alex takes a step forward and tries to drag Jay's body away from the ropes.

3!

Jay's loses his grip on the bottom rope with his right hand, but his left holds firm.

4!

Hitman releases the hold and steps away, knowing that the damage has been done.

Dennis:
Hitman Alex used every second that he could to damage that right leg.


Cedar:
He has turned JHalc into a sitting duck.


The Jack of Hearts pulls himself to the ropes, and starts scaling them with his hands, dragging his limp right leg with him. Alex doesn't wait for him to recover, he rushes in and swings wildly at his opponent, but Jay ducks down and hooks the former champion under his legs and lifts him from the mat and up over the ropes. Alex lands hard on the apron and Jay stumbles away from the ropes, barely able to stay vertical on only one wheel. The former champion grabs the middle rope and starts to stand up on the apron. JHalc turns back to him as he gets up on one leg and rushes to the ropes as fast as he can hobble. He places his hand on the top rope and jerks himself forward sending the elbow of his left arm directly into the temple of his opponent. Alex reels back, with his only saving grace being his own grip on the rope. The bigger man rights himself and tries to fire back with a shot of his own but Jay ducks. Now bent forward, Jay grabs the middle rope with both hands and again propels himself forward, this time into Alex's gut with a spear-like maneuver. Alex's legs wobble and he nearly falls from the apron yet again. As Jay stands, Alex tries once again to connect with some kind of offense, this time throwing all of his weight into a closed right handed punch aimed for Jay's cheekbone. The smaller man sees it coming at the last possible second and jerks backwards, having it barely miss making contact. Alex wasn't expecting the shot to miss and his body is jerked around by the momentum he put into it. He can't help but turn from the ring, trying to regain his balance, but that is all the window that Jay needed. The smaller man reaches up and grabs Alex's head before dropping down, hanging the bigger man by the back of his neck on the top rope. Hitman rebounds with his hands immediately going up to his neck in reflex, and falls off the apron and down to the floor on one knee.

Cedar:
JHalc is mounting an unconventional comeback here.


Dennis:
You have to give some credit to the ring ropes there on the assist.


Cedar:
A true ring veteran knows how to use his surroundings to his benefit.


Jay steps out to the center of the ring, trying to walk the pain out of his knee. He looks to the outside to see Alex recovering and shakes his leg out, waiting for a window of opportunity. Alex steps up and puts his hand on the apron only to be surprised by JHalc taking two running steps to clear the space between them before sliding, baseball style, into his adversary hitting him in the shoulder with both boots. The force sends Hitman Alex back away from the apron. He staggers backwards a few steps and the only thing stopping him from falling over is the crowd barricade. JHalc is already back up on his feet by the time that Alex's momentum is stopped. With a quick look over his shoulder to gauge his opponent's position Jay shakes his leg out once again, and leans down to reposition the brace on his knee before taking two running steps to the corner. He leaps up, leading with his left leg, and lands on the middle rope with his left foot first. With all of the strength he can muster he pushes down on the rope and throws himself backwards, over the top rope and crashing down onto the again unsuspecting Hitman Alex.

Cedar:
Apparently he still has a little bit left in that right leg.


Dennis:
At least he had enough to get into the air. Maybe he still has a chance in this one.


1!

2!


Both men start to stir on the outside, with JHalc starting to crawl his way back towards the apron.

3!

Hitman Alex uses the barricade that saved him just moments ago to pull himself up to his feet. He turns around to see JHalc doing the same thing against the ring apron.

4!

The former world champion sprints at his opponent, trying to get the momentum to swing back in his favor. However, again, JHalc ducks. Hitman rushes past Jay with the failed clothesline attempt and smashes directly into the ring post with his outstretched arm.

5!

Alex stays on his feet but reels back a few steps from post. Jay lifts himself up to his feet behind him and sees an opportunity of his own. He places both hands on the back of the larger man and pushes forward as hard as he can, sending the shoulder of the former champ back into the ring post for a second time.

6!

Alex's shoulder hits the post but his momentum carries him through it. He spins off, and walks around to the adjacent side of the ring. Jay follows without a moment of hesitation, wanting to keep on the attack.

7!

Jay turns to the ring, as if hearing the count for the first time. He thinks to reach out to his opponent in order to mount another attack, but thinks better of it. Hitman Alex hears the count as well, and turns his head towards the ring. He sees his smaller opponent take a step away from him and towards the ring, before attempting to slide under the bottom rope.

8!

Alex turns on his heel, and near dives towards his opponent, grabbing him by his right ankle before he can manage to get all the way under the ropes. Alex pulls Jay backwards, and lifts his leg up off of the mat. Working quickly so that he doesn't get counted out Alex hops up onto the apron, and lifts JHalc's ankle up to the middle rope, with his knee now wrenched under the bottom rope.

9!

Alex then forces Jay's boot to the inside of the middle rope, effectively hanging him in that position. Alex places both hands on the top rope as the referee screams that he will count him out. Alex pulls himself forward and leaps over the top rope, dropping a leg across JHalc's back as he comes back into the ring.

Cedar:
Hitman Alex seems to be back on the attack now.


Dennis:
JHalc's offense was effective, but clearly short-lived. Hitman Alex is going to finish him off now.


The referee works to untangle JHalc's leg, but Alex doesn't wait for that to happen. While the official goes to work, the former champion goes to work sending a kick to the back of Jay's head, and then dropping to his knees to throw a flurry of punches before the referee finally unhooks the leg and practically tackles Alex to separate the two. The official checks on JHalc who is starting to make his way to the corner, and agrees to continue in the match-up. The bigger man tries to rush in on the attack, but the referee turns to face him and holds him back for a moment, not sure if he is going to allow the match to continue. Frustrated, Alex pushes the tiny man out of the way and rushes in to hit JHalc with a big clothesline in the corner. Jay stays on his feet after the impact only because of his arm's being draped over the top rope. Alex turns from him and takes a few steps back towards the center of the ring before sprinting back in and laying waste to JHalc with a splash-like move that pins the smaller man against the turnbuckle. When Alex backs away from the corner, Jay pushes away from the corner from the force of the impact, but falls right into the waiting arms of his opponent. Mr. Center of Attention hooks the smaller man around his torso, and under his arms and then pops his hips, sending JHalc flying over him with a belly-to-belly suplex. Jay arcs high into the air, but under rotates, landing on the back of his head and neck as he hits the mat behind his adversary. Alex doesn't see his opponent fall, but hears the fans react with a collective gasp. He turns to see Jay unmoving on the mat and dives towards him for the cover.

1!

2!

JHalc kicks out at 2.5!


Cedar:
I thought it may have been over right there!


Dennis:
That was a pretty sick landing, but JHalc has more in the tank to let it end here.


Hitman Alex doesn't bother getting frustrated, and instead hones in on his opponent. He rises to his feet and sends a hard stomp to JHalc's quad. He follows that up immediately with a similar shot to the calf, and then a third to the knee itself. Alex reaches down now, having softened up the leg, and pulls JHalc's shorts out of his way so that he can go to work removing the brace that is taking the majority of the punishment that he is dishing out. Alex unlatches the top, only for the referee to step in and try to stop him. Remembering that this is the man that cost him the XWA World Championship, Alex pushes the referee away and rakes at the brace again, this time unhinging the bottom latch and pulling the brace free. Alex holds it up to the crowd to a mixed reaction. He looks around the crowd with a smile on his face, and then throws the brace into the corner of the ring behind him. He reaches down for the injured leg once again but is surprised by Jay sitting up and hooking him around the back of the neck with one arm and behind his knee with the other before rolling backwards into the small package. The referee looks just as stunned as Alex probably feels but slides into position with only a moment of hesitation.

1!

2!

Kickout at 2.5!


Cedar:
JHalc almost stole a surprise win there!


Dennis:
You can't win a match without any real offense though.


Hitman Alex is up way ahead of JHalc. As his opponent rises, he blindsides him in the back of the head with an elbow that pushes JHalc in the direction of the turnbuckle just in front of the announce table. Jay turns to attempt to defend himself but as he does Alex issues him a left handed slap across the face that spins Jay around so that they are face to face. The former world champion smiles with the satisfaction of getting his revenge and then puts his boot to JHalc's chest, kicking him back into the corner. Jay tries to push himself out of the corner but the bigger man leaps up onto the second turnbuckle, pinning his prey against the turnbuckle pads. Alex grabs Jay by the hair and throws a hard closed fist to his cheekbone. Feeling the wave of tension and anger flow out of him from just the one shot, Alex throws another and another. Each shot makes him think less of losing the world title. Each time Jay's head whips backwards from the impact the former champion feels that much closer to revenge. By the time that the official pulls him out of the corner, he had lost count of how many blows he had thrown. Had he been listening to the crowd instead of enjoying the moment, he would have heard them chant "8!" just before he was yanked down. JHalc starts to fall forward out of the corner, and Alex smacks away the referee to keep up his assault. He reaches forward and grabs Jay by the wrist before whipping him towards the turnbuckle opposite them. The smaller man is sent at a sprint, and his attempt to stop his momentum fails as his leg gives out instead of planting. As he reaches the turnbuckle he manages to turn so that he hits shoulder first instead of against his chest. He turns to see Hitman Alex running his way, and knows that the match is slipping away from him. Instead of waiting for his opponent to come to him, Jay allows himself to move away from the turnbuckle. Alex is already at full speed headed towards him, and there is nothing that he can do to get out of the way. Finding only one solution Jay waits until Alex is within a step or two and then throws himself backwards while thrusting his feet out towards Alex. His boot connects with the bigger man's knee and Alex starts to fall forward, smacking his face against the second turnbuckle pad and landing on one knee right next to the downed body of his adversary.

Dennis:
Another counter from JHalc, but he isn't going to be able to follow up on one leg.


Cedar:
I think you underestimated him Adam.


JHalc pulls himself up using the ropes as Hitman Alex picks himself up and puts his back against the ropes, trying to shake the daze out of his eyes. The Jack of Hearts turns to his opponent and hits an elbow to his temple before Alex can compose himself enough to score any offense of his own. Jay turns and moves as fast as he can to the middle of the ring before spinning around and heading directly into the corner where Alex is, splashing him just as Alex had done to him earlier. As the smaller man steps back once again, Alex starts to fall out of the corner. Jay ducks down, hooking the bigger man around his quads and then lifting with his back and his one good leg in order to place the former world champion on the top turnbuckle. Alex snaps from his daze and throws a right hand that connects, but Jay doesn't let it go unpunished. He fires a left fist of his own and catches Alex in the side of the head, sending him reeling back on the turnbuckle. JHalc steps up to the middle rope with his good leg, and follows the shot with a second of a similar kind. Finally, he moves his bad leg up to the middle rope. However, as Jay plants it on the middle rope, Alex does the only thing he can and sends a kick to it. Jay staggers a bit and Alex sees his window of opportunity, and seizes it by headbutting Jay and pushing him off the middle rope and back to the ring. The Jack of Hearts lands on his feet, but the leg again gives out on him as he lands. Alex stands up on the turnbuckle and leaps off, expecting his opponent to try to keep himself upright. Instead, Jay dives to the mat under him, and the fans watch in awe as Hitman flies through the air only to crash and burn on the mat. JHalc rolls under the ropes near to the turnbuckle and gets up. He turns to the ring and waits for Alex to stand up. The former champion doesn't keep him waiting. He stands up and turns to locate his adversary but Jay is no longer standing on the apron. JHalc pulls on the top rope and leaps into the air, landing on the top rope with only his own good leg and then half leaping and half falling into the ring but managing to get just far enough to drive the elbow into Alex's face sending the two crashing back to the mat. Jay pushes himself over so that he can drape an arm over Alex for the cover.

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2!

Shoulder up before 3!


Dennis:
That's the closest that Jay is going to get to winning in this one.


Cedar:
You seem pretty confident about that.


The Jack of Hearts Jay does a push up from the mat and plants his good knee on the mat. He reaches out and grabs Alex by the head and pulls him up along with him. As the two get back up to a vertical base Alex pushes away. Jay is sent off balance by the shove. He reaches out to keep a hold of Alex but the bigger man just barely avoids his grip. JHalc gets his balance and starts to push forward but Hitman Alex has his a new wind, and takes a step forward before dropkicking the smaller man with all the power he has left in him. The Jack of Hearts is sent hard into the turnbuckle behind him. Jay attempts to regain his composure, but before he can even step out of the corner, Alex is back up and on top of him. The former champion slams into him with a splash as he gets back to his feet and then follows it up with an elbow to the head. Jay fights back, throwing a closed left hand into the ribs of the bigger man, that has little actual effect. Alex backs away from him and then sends a kick to the smaller man's gut that makes him lean forward. Anticipating this, Hitman Alex turns and blast Jay with an uppercut that whips him back upright. The former world champion doesn't hesitate on his next move. He reaches down and lifts Jay up and sits him onto the top rope.

Cedar:
Alex giving JHalc a taste of his own medicine now.


Alex reaches up and slaps Jay across the face, and then grabs a hold of his injured knee and lifts his leg over the top rope to the outside of the ring. Jay swings without any real aim, just trying to fight out, but the shot is smacked away. Alex chops at Jay's chest and when he reels back he grabs the other leg and throws it over the top rope as well. Alex grabs Jay by the head and steps up onto the middle rope. The Jack of Hearts senses his own destruction and pushes the larger man away, but fails. Alex pummels him in the face with another left hand, and then applies the front face lock that he needs to set up the superplex. Alex grabs Jay's wrist and forces his arm up and over his head into suplex position. He starts to lift The Jack of Hearts, and Jay gets his bad leg planted on the top rope. Alex is stretched out as far as he can go, trying to pull the smaller man off of the top rope. Jay give it his last effort, and uses his free arm to send three lightning fast shots to Alex's ribs. The former champion doesn't relent. He keeps wrenching forward, trying to drag his opponent with him. Jay grabs the turnbuckle now and refuses to budge. Alex unhooks his arm, and pushes Jay backwards slapping him across the face when he is clear, which forces Jay to release the turnbuckle. JHalc may have lost his grip but he uses that fist to clock Alex in the jaw. The former champion reels, and but keeps his balance and punches Jay across the cheekbone. The Jack of Hearts stretches back, but comes back with another shot to Alex's jaw that mirrors the first. Tired of the exchange, Alex pulls back hard and throws a haymaker that would have been a knockout shot, but for the first time in the exchange Jay ducks. Not only does he duck, but in the same movement, he throws himself forward off of the top rope, in what looks like a spear to Hitman Alex. As Alex starts to fall backwards, he hooks his arm around the smaller man's head and leans back. The crowd comes alive as the two crash to the mat hard, with Alex hitting on the back of his neck first before Jay is spiked on the mat on the crown of his head.

Cedar:
OH MY GOD!


Dennis:
JHalc really is crazy!


[i]Both men are out. Jay having landed mostly on top of Alex as they fell. The former world champion finds himself in the worst position imaginable. The referee drops to his knees, looking at the two stars that are making no attempt to separate themselves, and is forced to make the pin count for JHalc.

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