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2023.05.16 21:04 Pompuswindbag Randomized Reddit TDA Episode 5 (VOTE IN THE COMMENTS)
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Episode 5 “Horror Challenge”
GOLDEN SCOTT ELIMINATION CEREMONY
The Screaming Gaffers arrive with their luggage Scott arrives in his tacky tuxedo, Chris and Chef stand behind him making sure no shenanigans happen.
Scott begins calling out award winners. The “Best Meat Identifiers” Award goes to Dawn and Harold. The “Most Experienced Actor” award goes to Duncan. The “Cruelest Criminal” award goes to Jacques.
Jacques takes his award, Carrie and Sky are the only two without an award. They both look incredibly nervous. Scott points out there’s only one award left and it’s between someone suspected of sabotaging their team and someone purely innocent and beautiful. Carrie blushes and Sky glares at Scott. Scott opens up the final award envelope.
The “Closest Cut to Elimination” award goes to………Sky?!
Sky cheers and runs up to grab her award. Scott says this is an outrage, Carrie did nothing wrong during the challenge! Duncan says he knows, but she also didn’t do anything to really stand out for her team. Chris and Chef say it’s time for Carrie to take the walk of shame. Scott gives a great big bear hug saying there’s no way they’re going to take her. Chris and Chef are able to pry her from Scott and carry her down the walk of shame and into the Lame-o-Sine. Scott runs up to the window, Carrie gives him a kiss goodbye as she’s driven off. Scott holds back tears as Chris tells him the show is called Total “Drama” for a reason.
EPISODE PROPER BEGINS
Everyone’s hanging outside their trailers. Duncan’s sharpening his knife. Jacques is practicing a new routine. Harold tries to show off his “Sick Magic Skills” to Jasmine….who walks away to help Shawn with his “Anti-Zombie Barrier”. Taylor is painting her nails and Dawn is meditating with Rock. Rock tells Dawn how happy he is Dawn managed to stick around, however it gets interrupted by Miles who drags Rock away so they can confront Sky after she leaves the restroom. They say Sky needs to start throwing more challenges since she’s still around. She explains she’s not sabotaging her team, and she won’t bow to the whims of the opposite team just because Trent threw a challenge. She pushes the two aside, getting glares from Rock and Miles.
Scott calls the contestants to come over to the top of the hill. They head up and finds Scott’s head on a platter! They scream as Scott laughs and removes his head. Revealing it was just special effects and a table with a hole in it. Shawn tackles Scott thinking he’s a zombie. Jasmine has to force Shawn off Scott. Scott gets up and explains today’s challenge is going to be horror based. The first challenge is someone has to dress like a killer and make the other team scream naturally. Duncan volunteers to be the killer for the Gaffers, Jasmine volunteers to be the killer for the Grips. Scott says the first team to get the bigger scare in 2 out of 3 will win an advantage in the next challenge.
Jasmine scaring Harold
Duncan scaring Shawn
Duncan says in an interview that he knows Shawn is scared of zombies, so he’s going to use that to his advantage. He begins moaning like a zombie to get Shawn on edge, then Duncan finally appears. Shawn lets out a mid level yell….then goes into “Zombie Killer Mode” and beats the ever living stuffing out of Duncan. Shawn says once he figured out Duncan wasn’t a zombie….he just kept punching….Duncan deserved it.
Jasmine sneaks up behind Harold, whose kneeling at some flowers, when she grabs Harold’s shoulder he turns around and is giving Jasmine a bouquet. He says he could never be scared of her, she reminds him of a kaiju and they’re not scary just a metaphor for western nuclear destruction upon Japan. He tells Jasmine to drop Shawn and go out with him, Jasmine breaks character and takes off her mask EXTREMELY angry with Harold and tells him to take the hint that she’s not interested in him, she was never interested in him, and she never WILL be interested in him. She says she will never go out with him. Harold, heartbroken, lets out a big “NOOOOOOOOO” which tricks the Yell Meter. Scott says the Grips get the first point.
Jasmine scaring Dawn
Duncan scaring Taylor
Jasmine creeps up onto the outhouse and bangs relentlessly on the door! No response. She rips the door open!....No response from Dawn. Jasmine asks what gives, Dawn says terror only comes when you aren’t expecting something. She felt Jasmine’s aura from a mile away so she couldn’t possibly be scared of her.
Duncan meanwhile does the exact same tactic as Jasmine, and gets a HUGE scream from Taylor. Duncan tells the cameraman chicks are so easy to scare….only to get hit by a roll of toilet paper from Taylor.
Jasmine scaring Jacques and Sky
Duncan scaring Rock and Miles
Jacques and Sky read the script and see it’s a make out scene and are disgusted. Sky refuses because she has a boyfriend and Jacques refuses because Sky’s his mortal enemy. Sky says it’s funny because Jacques would do “Anything” for the gold…but he wouldn’t know anything about that. Jacques tells Sky to shut up since she hasn’t actually even BEEN to the Olympics yet. Sky says she doesn’t even know why she let a SILVER medalist be the one to train her. Jacques tells Sky to take that back. Sky says that she’ll do the kiss for her team, but to her, Jacques will always be the SILVER MEDAL in terms of guys kissing her. Jacques roars and begins fighting with Sky. Jasmine pops up to scare them….but they’re too busy fighting each other.
Rock and Miles also read the script and are not fans of kissing each other. Miles says she can’t kiss a guy who wears animal skull prints on his shirt also she has a boyfriend, Rock says Miles is a total weirdo girl…and not in the way that he thinks is hot. Miles asks Rock what kind of weirdo girl he likes. Rock responds “Dawn obviously”, this gets Miles upset and tells Rock he’s tearing up her and Dawn’s friendship. Scott tells them to stop arguing and kiss already! They both yell “Fine!” and kiss. Miles pushes away and says he’s disgusting, and wasn’t even that good a kisser. Rock…is silent…and has a big grin on his face. He then states in an interview that now he’s fallen for Miles, remembering hippies can do some freaky stuff. Duncan emerges from behind the couch with a blade to Miles’ throat and Rock lets out a big scream. Scott says the Screaming Gaffers are the winners!
SCARE THE TEAM CHALLENGE
Scott meets with the Grips in the craft services tent and tells them a scary story about a security guard who went insane killing everyone on set and then themselves. He explains to the Grips that if they can stay in the tent until 6AM they’ll win immunity. They can use any ghost hunting technology to search paranormal activity. In an interview Scott says he got the crazy security guard story from something that happened at an arcade and pizzeria in his hometown….He then thinks the idea of dodging old animatronics as a security guard till 6AM would make a really good horror game idea.
Scott meets with the Gaffers and explains that if they can scare the Grips out of the tent, they’ll win Immunity. He also mentions how they have ghost hunting equipment so they have to be convincing. Dawn, in a rare out of character moment, proclaims there is no such things as ghosts. That “Equipment” only picks up electromagnetic fields, they can be tweaked and think EVERYTHING is a ghost. Sky goes immediately into team leader mode. Saying it’s payback time to the Grips, especially Rock and Miles. She convinces Duncan to forgo his Soccer Ball and let Harold use it to make a fake ghost, she has Duncan make some fake blood. She has Jacques sneak the equipment away while the Gaffers are distracted and have Dawn tweak them to be EXTREMELY sensitive. (Then have Jacques sneakily place them back like nothing happened)
Meanwhile with the Grips, Miles is certain that they’re about to be killed by ghosts. Shawn explains ghosts don’t exist, only zombies do “DUH!”. Taylor agrees, not with the zombie part, but that after watching so much reality tv with her mom she knows a trick or two about fake stuff. Then they see the fake ghost, Jasmine has to physically restrain Miles. Then the blood begins pouring, and Jasmine has to restrain Rock. Taylor explains there’s no such thing as ghosts. She tries to prove it by using the ghost equipment….which goes off. Freaking everyone out. The Grips flee the tent and Scott declares the Gaffers to be the winners!
GOLDEN SCOTT AWARD CEREMONY
Scott in his tacky tuxedo explains the Grips have been here before so no need to re-explain. Just make a suggestion on who the audience should vote out.
Jasmine suggests Miles, she hasn’t done that much for the team. At least Taylor is trying to help the team.
Shawn suggests Miles, for being so dumb in that she believes in ghosts.
Miles suggests Shawn, his anti-zombie protection is getting small animals caught in them.
Rock suggests Taylor, since he doesn’t really like preppy girls.
Taylor suggests Shawn for his crazy “Zombie” mentality being really annoying.
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2023.05.02 06:13 KirkHammettJigsaw Booking the Future of the AEW World Championship Rocky I
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The AEW World Championship is one of the most sought-after championships in wrestling. That’s why MJF has a whole host of people looking to rip it away from him. He has already gotten past one of the GOATs in Bryan Danielson, but now, with his fellow AEW Pillars, Darby Allin, Sammy Guevara, and Jungle Boy, on his tail, he’s got a huge target on his back. Young guns and living legends alike all want that gold around their waist, and the belt seems to have one hell of a future in front of it. Here’s how we’d book that future.
The Four Pillars Tournament is a little bit different in this universe. Instead of the winner getting a shot at Double or Nothing, they get the shot in early May. MJF helps Sammy win against Jungle Boy after offering him a blank check to take the fall when they have their match, but against Darby Allin, MJF gets caught by the referee and ejected. Fortunately for MJF, Sammy distracts the ref by fucking with a turnbuckle pad, before punting Darby in the dick and hitting a GTH to secure a title match! MJF celebrates with Sammy, but Guevara hits him with a Superkick and informs him that he won’t be taking the fall!
AEW Dynamite (May 3, 2023)
Sammy Guevara vs. MJF (c) - AEW World Championship
Most hated man vs. most hated man. Who sucks more? Sammy gives Max a tougher fight than expected, as MJF’s ego may have been a little bit inflated since his Iron Man victory over Bryan Danielson. Throughout the final half of this match, MJF can’t seem to get any of his signature offense off, leading to frustration and agony for the champ. In the end, a Tornillo from an exhausted Sammy sees both men get taken down. As the referee’s count nears ten, Sammy rolls into the ring… AND MJF ROLLS AWAY FROM IT! We reach the count of ten with MJF already halfway up the ramp, belt in hand as he apparently willingly takes the countout loss
Sammy Guevara def. MJF by countout in 14:10
Sammy Guevara is very pissed about the situation, and the following week, he attacks MJF in the ring. MJF tries to explain that he didn’t get counted out on purpose but Guevara continues to batter him! His attack is short-lived, though, because both Darby Allin and Jungle Boy rush in as well, going after both Sammy and MJF for fucking them over in the tournament! The brawl eventually gets broken up, and later on in the show, it’s announced that at DoN, it’ll be a Triple Threat for the World Title! Sammy is already in due to his countout victory over the champ, and Jungle Boy and Darby Allin will have a match to determine who takes the final spot.
The match between Darby and Jungle Boy main events Dynamite, and both men empty the gas tank in this one, trying desperately to outpace each other. They’re evenly-matched when it comes to speed and agility, and they each hit beautiful dives to the outside, though Perry takes a page out of Darby’s book on his second attempt, crashing and burning into the barricade. Darby takes control after that, hitting a Coffin Drop, but Jungle Boy, off pure adrenaline, pops up and hits his Sliding Lariat to the back of the head! Both men are down, as the referee counts! EIGHT…NINE…TEN! It’s a draw, and that means that we’re getting a Fatal Four-Way at Double or Nothing!
AEW Double or Nothing (May 28, 2023)
Darby Allin vs. “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry vs. Sammy Guevara vs. MJF (c) - AEW World Championship
This is one matchup that has been extremely long-awaited, and all four men give it their absolute best for over twenty minutes. It seems like MJF has trouble getting involved, because all of the other three fucking despise him and just shit on him every time he gets back in the ring. The closing sequence is very fun, though. With MJF on the outside, Jungle Boy is about to go for a dive, but Sammy Guevara cuts him off and goes for the dive himself. He crashes and burns as MJF moves out of the way! The champion slides into the ring and has a fun sequence with Jack Perry, who eventually gets the better of him. He goes for his Sliding Lariat, but it’s ducked, and he slides onto his back. OUT OF NOWHERE, DARBY ALLIN HITS HIM WITH A COFFIN DROP! MJF comes alive immediately, kicking Darby square in the dick, tossing him out of the ring, and picking Perry up! Spike Pilderiver! Cover! ONE…TWO…THREE!
MJF def. Darby Allin, Sammy Guevara and “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry in 24:57
Leading into Forbidden Door, there’s a Casino Battle Royale featuring both AEW and NJPW talent, in which the winner challenges for MJF’s AEW World Championship at Forbidden Door. The match is chock full of fun moments, with a little showdown between Trent and Rocky Romero, Clark Connors and David Finlay getting jumped violently by Bullet Club Gold, and Katsuyori Shibata emerging as the Joker! The final two men are Darby Allin and Hiromu Takahashi, and as they fight on the apron, both men dangle precariously…before falling at the same time! MJF will once again have the odds stacked against him, because he’s got a Triple Threat at Forbidden Door!
This situation basically drives the Salt of the Earth insane. He tries desperately to finagle his way out of facing Darby again, because Allin was a part of the Fatal Four Way match at Double or Nothing, but Darby earned his shot fair and square, and on top of that, he never got pinned. The champion tries to pay folks to take Darby out, but Sting and Darby wield bats and thwart any attempts at taking him out of the match. MJF is also on commentary for a match between Hiromu and Nick Wayne. Even after Takahashi wins, MJF treats him like an afterthought. “He can’t win the belt back in his home promotion, why would be able to win it here?”
On the go-home show, we get a contract signing between all three men. MJF focuses on Darby for the majority of it, but does talk to Hiromu a little bit. “You’re challenging for the AEW Heavyweight Championship. You don’t wrestle for AEW. You’re not a Heavyweight. What are you doing here?” After everybody says their piece, MJF stares Darby down. Hiromu gets up too, but, without even looking at him, MJF pie-faces him, and Takahashi snaps! He tackles MJF, and Darby gets his licks in too, but when Hiromu throws Darby off of MJF, Allin knocks him away with a Shotgun Dropkick! He picks MJF up, but MJF claws at his eyes and throws him out. However, Hiromu takes MJF down and chokes him out with D! (It’s a triangle choke, get your mind out of the gutter) The Ticking Time Bomb picks him back up and drags him onto the table! LIFTS HIM UP! TIME BOMB II, RIGHT THROUGH THE PLUNDER! The so-called afterthought is standing tall right before Forbidden Door!
AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door (June 25, 2023)
Darby Allin vs. Hiromu Takahashi vs. MJF (c) - AEW World Championship
MJF does his best against the two lunatics he’s up against, at first attempting to let the crazies fight it out with each other, however it doesn’t work out exactly as he planned. Darby and Hiromu both agree to take their frustrations out on MJF rather than each other, and MJF ends up introduced to a whole new world of pain from his two foes. Things fall apart between Darby and the crazy crazer once MJF is out of the picture however, and we eventually end up seeing a huge blowout between the two which leads to some pretty entertaining back and forth. Unfortunately for them however, the Devil doesn’t stay gone forever, as he ends up reintroducing himself at the start of the final third of this match, running the ring against both Darby and Hiromu for a brief period of time before Darby flings him out of the ring with a Stundog Millionaire. With MJF seemingly gone for good now, he turns his attention back to Hiromu, leaping to the top rope and blasting him with a Coffin Drop… BUT ONLY FOR MJF TO TOSS DARBY OUT OF THE RING! A Spike Piledriver drops Hiromu flat on that infamously bad neck of his soon after, and that’s all she wrote.
MJF def. Hiromu Takahashi and Darby Allin in 22:22
At Fyter Fest, MJF cuts a promo. He talks about how AEW knows that his contract is running out, day-by-day, and they want to get the belt off of him. It’s why they’ve booked him in multi-man matches, it’s why they keep giving Darby Allin shots, but nothing will get that gold away from his grasp. He’s already turned everybody away, so who’s next? Nobody in this company could possibly defeat him, nobody has what it takes to dance with the Devil. Suddenly, though…WE HEAR CULT OF PERSONALITY BLAST THROUGH THE SPEAKERS!
CM Punk is here, but this isn’t his return. Let’s run down what he’s been doing. He returned in June, in Chicago, for the very first episode of Collision, receiving a hero’s welcome. However, he immediately shot into a feud with Eddie Kingston, and with Punk already being a controversial figure, the crowd seems to stick with Eddie, who calls Punk a snake. During their eventual match, Punk proves him right by cheating to get the win. He justifies his low blow post-match, stating that Eddie has done many, many heinous things in the past, and this is simply karma coming back to bite him. Punk continues to shake hands and sign autographs, but it’s hard not to see the frustration on his face every time he comes out in front of a non-Chicago crowd.
Tonight, the crowd is split, hating both men, and MJF looks like he’s seen a ghost! Punk steps into the ring gauges the reaction for a moment, before calling for a mic. He talks about how his hiatus was very sudden, and drama-filled, and because of all the chaos, people forgot that he never actually lost the AEW World Championship. “If things went according to plan, Max, if I didn’t tear my triceps, you would have had to win this title from me…and after seeing what happened at Revolution 2022, you wouldn’t have been able to.” MJF rages about this, saying that he beat Punk twice in Chicago, but The Second City Saint has a proposal. If MJF is so obsessed with the fact that he “defeated” Punk twice, he can try to do it again…IN A THREE STAGES OF HELL MATCH! MJF, blinded by fury, accepts on the spot! Wembley is getting one hell of a battle at All In, but it doesn’t seem like anybody in it will be getting cheered!
Punk does commentary on an episode of Rampage. It goes off without a hitch for most of the show, but after the co-main event, MJF comes out and blindsides him! This actually garners him some support, weirdly enough. The champion throws Punk down the ramp, stomping on him and throwing him into the ring, before locking in the Salt of the Earth! However, out comes FTR! Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler are here to save their fellow Bret lover! MJF gets up to try and fend them off, but the math doesn’t work out, and his former Pinnacle stablemates start overwhelming him! They look for a Shatter Machine, but MJF manages to grab onto the rope and duck out of the ring.
The champion doesn’t walk out with his tail between his legs, though. He marches to the timekeeper’s area and demands a microphone, before running down FTR for leaving his side back in the day and siding with the biggest drama queen here. He says that if the three of them want to go after him, he can answer back. CMFTR can face MJF and two partners of his choosing on Dynamite, and the winner gets advantage in the 3SOH at All In!
His bravado doesn’t exactly come with a master plan, as MJF scrambles to find a couple of people willing to side with him. He has burned a lot of bridges, and The Butcher and The Blade as well as RUSH and Preston Vance both shoot him down. The Gunns turn him down at first too, given the history with The Firm, but MJF, desperate, offers a very large sum of cash, and the money as well as the chance to go after FTR again makes The Gunns accept.
AEW Dynamite (August 9, 2023)
MJF and The Gunns vs. CMFTR
The World Champ finds himself in six-man action here against three people he absolutely detests, and he gets the everloving shit kicked out of him. For a solid amount of this match, MJF finds himself playing pissboy in the enemy corner, getting tag teamed by CMFTR all sorts of ways. The beatdown effectively rules him out of this match, leaving Austin and Colten to try and carry the load by the end, but a GTS from Punk to Colten nips things in the bud for good, meaning CMFTR win.
CMFTR def. MJF and The Gunns in 18:06
The contract signing for the Three Stages of Hell match is underway, and the rules are as follows. Each competitor picks a stipulation, and Punk’s stipulation will be the first in the match, since he won advantage on Dynamite. Then, Tony Khan will decide a third stipulation, should it be necessary.
CM Punk talks about how his feud with MJF has been perhaps the most gruesome in company history. Their Dog Collar match featured unparalleled brutality, they’ve made each other bleed countless times, but it’s been a little while. MJF has caught him off guard and busted him open, gotten the jump on him and hanged him from the top rope, executioner-style. Punk wants to turn the tides, and he wants MJF to be the first to bleed, so he picks a First Blood Match. MJF, on the other hand, describes watching Punk as a kid, seeing him do incredible stuff in IWA-MS. He looks at him now, and he sees an old man that can’t do what he used to. He’s DARING Punk to do what he once did, to win the same stipulations that he once did, so he wants to face him in an IWA-MS staple, Tables and Ladders.
In the event of a third fall, they’ll break the tie in a…TEXAS DEATHMATCH!
AEW All In (August 27, 2023)
Three Stages of Hell: CM Punk vs. MJF (c) - AEW World Championship
Our first fall is a First Blood Match, and both men do their absolute best to cover their faces, while trying to puncture the tremendous defense that their opponent is utilizing. Eventually, MJF manages to unscrew one of the turnbuckles, which reduces the top rope to a limp, sad cable. Punk covers his face while MJF tries to bash it with the unconventional steel weapon, but MJF grabs his fingers and snaps them, leaving the challenger’s forehead wide open! MJF starts grinding it into Punk’s skull, and a crimson mask quickly pours down the Second City Saint’s face! Fall one goes to MJF.
In the second fall, MJF comes out to an early lead, due to the damage done to Punk in the previous fall. However, eventually it starts to seem like MJF was in over his head picking this stipulation, because Punk’s familiarity with it allows him to batter MJF with ladders and send him through a couple of tables. MJF is a smart wrestler, though, and he retrieves the turnbuckle from earlier to bash Punk’s face in once again! They’re at the top of a ladder now, and MJF is using the limp top rope to choke Punk! He’s trying to hang him! But Punk finds his footing on one of the rungs and pulls on the rope, sending MJF through a table below! Punk follows up with an Elbow Drop from the ladder! Cover! One…Two…Three! We’re all tied up!
The Texas Deathmatch is brutal, as both men finish with multiple cuts and bruises. CM Punk hits a GTS, and MJF hits a Spike Piledriver, but neither man can keep the other down for the referee’s ten count! Eventually, Punk uses the rope to lock in an Anaconda Vise, and MJF is in real danger! But the Devil is the World Champ for a reason, and he makes the crafty decision to grab a table shard and jab Punk in the eye with it to break the hold! He gets some barbed wire! Uses it to lock in an Anaconda Vise of his own, and Punk is struggling here! HE TAPS! HE MADE BRYAN DANIELSON TAP TO HIS OWN SUBMISSION, AND NOW HE HAS DONE THE SAME TO CM PUNK, RETAINING HIS AEW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP!
MJF (2) def. CM Punk (1) in 41:33 to retain the AEW World Championship
On the Dynamite between All In and Out, MJF shakes it all about in a celebratory promo. Twice, he has defeated CM Punk twice in the same night, and now the Triple B’s lineal history has made its way over to him as well. Because of the brutal match, he will not be competing on All Out, but the fans should consider themselves lucky enough to have gotten a glimpse of him in London. As the champion gives the fans a royal wave goodbye, Eddie Kingston, who won the Casino Ladder Match in Wembley, isn’t having it! The Mad King storms to the ring, chip in hand!
Eddie says that Max is pulling some real coward shit. Two of the biggest shows of the year back-to-back, and MJF is too pretty to fight on both? It doesn’t work like that, especially when Eddie fucking Kingston has the power to make sure that it doesn’t. See, it used to be that winning a Casino Ladder Match gave you a set date and time for your shot, but because little Maxwell found a loophole in the contract, anybody that wins it can cash it in when they want! Eddie Kingston, the Yonkiest of Yonkers, wants All Out.
MJF, shell-shocked, starts whining about it all. He calls Eddie weak, saying that he didn’t have the balls to have a match after giving The Devil enough time to recover. He knows he can’t hold a candle to MJF in any category, so he’s trying to get a weathered MJF, a stitched-up MJF, a broken down MJF. What is Eddie Kingston going to do when he walks in, only slightly bruised from a ladder match, faces a man absolutely ravaged by a Three Stages of Hell, and still walks out as a loser?
MJF interrupts himself by swinging his Championship at Kingston’s head, but the wily veteran has it scouted, ducking the shot and respondong with a shot right to the dome of the Four Pillars tournament. The poker chip continues to be Eddie’s weapon of choice, until it breaks into pieces! Eddie launches them into the crowd, before lifting MJF to his feet! URAKEN! The more well-liked New Yorker of the two stands tall and drapes the Triple B on MJF’s lifeless body!
AEW All Out (September 3, 2023)
Eddie Kingston vs. MJF (c) - AEW World Championship
One IWA-MS guy down with CM Punk, one more to go with Eddie Kingston. The Devil of Long Island shacks up in Chi-Town to do battle with a fellow New Yorker, as he puts his AEW World Title on the line against Yonkers’ very own Mad King himself. The preppy trust fund baby vs. a man who came from nothing, a man who was forced to do whatever it takes to survive in an environment beyond ruthless. Even though they aren’t there, New York is watching intently.
From the jump, MJF is on top of this match as he uses his trademark underhanded tactics to get the early advantage. Instantly he hones in on his strategy, working over Kingston’s head and neck area with all sorts of cravates and neckbreakers. At one point, we even see the champ utilize the ropes to further injure the Mad King’s neck. Kingston refuses to stay dead and buried though, and he easily gets the Chicago crowd behind him for his comeback over the next third of this match. By the end of the comeback, it seems like Kingston’s ready to put MJF away, AND HE DOES JUST SO WHEN HE SHATTERS MJF’S JAW WITH THE URAKEN… BUT MJF LUCKILY FALLS OUTSIDE THE RING TO AVOID BEING PINNED!
With his injured neck, Kingston seeks energy from the crowd as he rallies to complete the comeback, heading outside to bring Max back into the ring. Picking MJF up doesn’t go too well however, as MJF is able to rake the eyes in order to stun Eddie just long enough FOR MJF TO DROP HIM ON HIS NECK WITH A SAITO SUPLEX ON THE OUTSIDE! A groggy MJF nudges Eddie back into the ring now, calling for the finish as he yanks him up to his feet and heaves him up onto his shoulders Torture Rack style… FOR A DEVASTATING BURNING HAMMER, NEARLY SNAPPING KINGSTON’S NECK!!! Eddie’s clearly out of it, and MJF begins to salivate at the thought of putting Eddie out with the moves used by his own heroes. Following the Burning Hammer, MJF traps Kingston inside the Stretch Plum, and as Kingston’s already unconscious, the referee ends this match in favor of the Devil.
MJF def. Eddie Kingston in 19:52 to retain the AEW World Championship
MJF is feeling very jovial, and, in a very out of character move, he actually decides that he wants to defend his AEW World Championship! The reason? The Anniversary of the very first episode of Dynamite is coming up, and, as the self-proclaimed beating heart of All Elite Wrestling, MJF wants a match on it. On the first episode of Dynamite, MJF had a short match with Brandon Cutler, and now he has the opportunity to have an an actual main event, so he sets up a star-studded Battle Royale to determine who will face him in it.
MJF is on commentary for the battle royale, and he’s just the happiest man alive the whole way through. The eventual finish comes when Lance Archer goes for a Blackout on Sammy Guevara, and both men tumble to the floor! MJF is even happier now, all excited to see what happens next. To his absolute horror, as Sammy and Lance argue over who hit the floor first, a different man rolls out from underneath the ring, gets in, and stands tall with the ref raising his hand! ORANGE CASSIDY! HE NEVER GOT ELIMINATED! Orange Cassidy is your winner, and MJF storms off, cursing out the cameras that follow him!
Ahead of the Anniversary Show, MJF confronts Orange Cassidy. He looks like he hasn’t slept in days. He looks distraught. He yells at The Juice Man. He asks him if he truly believes that it’s funny to take a battle royale that’s meant to determine one of the biggest main events in Dynamite history and make a joke out of it? Is “Freshly Squeezed” really the kind of guy that’s meant to face MJF in the main event for the World Championship? An absolute joke that throws fake kicks and wrestles in shades against the youngest, fastest rising star in professional wrestling history and the current AEW World Champion? Does that really make sense? Does it?
Orange Cassidy shrugs.
AEW Dynamite: Anniversary (October 4, 2023)
Orange Cassidy vs. MJF (c) - AEW World Championship
Now it’s time for the main event of the fourth Dynamite Anniversary show, as MJF puts the Triple B on the line against someone he clearly despises in “Freshly Squeezed” Orange Cassidy. From the start of this match, MJF continues to try and get into the head of OC, mushing him in the face and talking shit but to no avail, as Cassidy shows zero fear in the face of the Devil. This only continues to frustrate the champ, who instantly lunges at the eyes of OC, only to hit nothing but air as Cassidy sidesteps… BEFORE PUTTING ON HIS PROTECTIVE SUNGLASSES!!! The roar of the crowd only seeks to frustrate the champ even more, and when he charges towards Cassidy for a wild lariat… IT HITS NOTHING BUT AIR AS ORANGE CASSIDY ONCE AGAIN SIDESTEPS BEFORE RETALIATING WITH THE ORANGE PUNCH STRAIGHT TO MJF’S GLASS JAW!!!
As this match goes on, MJF finds that he has to resort to both his actual wrestling skills in order to counter Cassidy, as we see him do his best attempt to counter-wrestle his way out of this. Throughout the second half, the match devolves into a constant reversal-fest, neither man relenting until Cassidy is able to land a Stundog Millionaire which sends MJF flying out of the ring. Much like in his match against Sammy Guevara, MJF apparently feels like he’s outmatched, prompting him to grab hold of the Triple B and try to haul ass out of the arena. One man stands in his way however, as Chuck stops the champ on the ramp, FORCING MJF TO STRIKE HIM WITH THE WORLD TITLE, DRAWING BLOOD! The sight of his friend’s assault prompts OC to completely lose his cool, and we see him dart out of the ring to drag MJF back by the hair, before he charges at the ropes AND LEAPS OFF FOR A SPRINGBOARD ORANGE PUNCH… BUT NO!!! MJF DRAGS THE REFEREE INTO THE WAY AT THE LAST MOMENT, SENDING OC’S FIST DIRECTLY INTO RICK KNOX’S NOSE!!! With no referee to govern things, MJF spots his moment, low blowing OC from behind which allows him to drop him with the Spike Piledriver, giving him the win once Rick Knox comes to his senses.
MJF def. Orange Cassidy in 16:42 to retain the AEW World Championship
We’re on the road to Full Gear which, as always, means that it’s time for the AEW World Championship Eliminator Tournament. On one side of the bracket, we have Darby Allin taking on Ethan Page in the first round, and Darby manages to get past him. In the bracket’s other first rounder, Komander tries to take out Lance Archer, a task that is ultimately failed. On the other side of things, Swerve Strickland disposes of Penta El Zero Miedo while Christopher Daniels taps out to a Cattle Mutilation from Wheeler Yuta. Darby gets thrown around by Lance Archer, taking loads of damage in the process, while Wheeler and Strickland have a certified banger. Swerve, determined not only to win the AEW World Title but also face his rival in Darby Allin, fights like hell, but Yuta catches him with perfectly-timed European Uppercuts and finishes him off with a Death Rider, learning from his brothers in the Blackpool Combat Club to punch his ticket to the finals at Full Gear, where he’ll face Darby Allin!
While this tournament goes on, MJF has a World Title Eliminator against Keith Lee. It’s a great contest, but MJF manages to land a sneaky low blow that secures him the win. After the match, though, he’s still craving retaliation for a brutal Pounce into the crowd that The Limitless One inflicted upon him earlier in the match, so he grabs a chair and prepares to Pillmanize Keith! Before he gets the chance to do so, though, Keith’s tag partner, Dustin Rhodes, runs out for the save! MJF tries to hit him with a Lariat, but Dustin ducks it and catches him with a Powerslam on the rebound! MJF ducks out of the ring!
The following week, Jim Ross hosts a sit-down interview with Dustin Rhodes and MJF. Dustin cuts right to the chase. At the beginning of the year, he stated that 2023 would be his final year in wrestling. He has never won a World Championship, though, and he wants one last ride. Should he win, he’ll keep his career going until he drops the gold, but if he loses, he’ll call it right there. MJF says that normally, he would refuse this match, but he likes the symbolism in it. He has talked a lot about being the flagbearer for a new generation of wrestling, a better generation of wrestling. He likes the idea of burying the past and sending a relic away. At Full Gear, in Dustin Rhodes’ hometown of Austin, Texas, he kills the Natural and expunges an old man from AEW’s ranks.
On the go-home episode of Dynamite, each man has a video package. Dustin’s is a montage of his career, everything he’s done, and a declaration that for his career to be whole, he has to win the big one. His brother has done it, his father has done it, and with the twilight of his run fast approaching, he must do it as well. MJF’s focuses on the Rhodes Family as well. MJF takes pride in the fact that he killed Cody Rhodes’ dream of winning the AEW World Championship. He takes pride in the fact that he defeated him, broke his spirit, and he takes credit for Cody eventually leaving. “I already ran one Rhodes out of this place. How hard can it really be to run out another?”
AEW Full Gear (November 12, 2023)
Darby Allin vs. Wheeler Yuta - AEW World Championship Eliminator
These two have taken wildly different paths to get here, but only one man can complete their story tonight, and neither man is willing to back down. The young stars absolutely tear each other apart, Yuta appearing in rare form as he wrestles Darby with the viciousness of his coaches, however Darby uses his skills as a punishment sponge to counteract Yuta tonight. By the end, Yuta’s constant aggression in the ring seemingly leaves him too gassed to finish, and a Coffin Drop scores Darby the tournament win.
Darby Allin def. Wheeler Yuta in 13:30
Dustin Rhodes vs. MJF (c) - AEW World Championship
Austin is hot as usual, but not in the weather way, in the excited way. The 15,000 fans in attendance are packed in like sardines, all hoping to see the Natural win his first ever long-deserved world championship. MJF is determined to make sure this doesn’t happen, therefore from the start of this match we see him work Dustin over long and hard, wearing the old man down with constant submissions and limb targeting. Dustin is able to rally the crowd behind him multiple times for comebacks, but none of them amount to anything, as MJF is able to snuff it out each time and bring things back to zero. Until the end…
The perfect comeback. Everything is laid out just for Dustin. He counters the Spike Piledriver, dropping to one knee for his trademark uppercut before blasting MJF with a Running Bulldog that takes the champ down. Bionic Elbow connects. Cross Rhodes connects. Could this be it for the old man? He heaves Max up, Lonestar State of Mind is only seconds away… BUT MJF ROLLS THROUGH AND LANDS ON HIS FEET BEFORE WRESTLING DUSTIN DOWN FOR THE SALT OF THE EARTH! He bridges the Fujiwara in order to torque even more on Dustin’s arm, FORCING THE SUBMISSION AS MJF RETAINS SUCCESSFULLY!!!
MJF def. Dustin Rhodes in 17:47 to retain the AEW World Championship
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