The heat continues between Blake Archer and Raven Trueblood; plus the tournament to crown a new TV Champion continues.

Al Locker: Welcome to another edition of Monday Night Hell. I’m Al Locker and with me is Alan Carcia and we have two great hours of action in store for you this evening, including a no disqualification, there must be a winner match between Scythe Bloodline and Trent Harper with the winner to get a crack at the Xtreme Championship at Bitter Enemies.

Alan Carcia: That’s not all. We have two tournament matches for the vacant Television Championship. The first one pits newcomer Slamsley McBody against Digital Danny James and the other has Gabriel Ohio taking on Kieran Overton. Speaking of Gabriel Ohio, bizarre tweet from the General Manager Biff Franklin stating that Anaquin Adams has requested a Prison Break match and she’s willing to put her Pure Championship on the line against the 7-foot-tall Gabriel Ohio at Bitter Enemies. Mr. Franklin said he would address the match here tonight.

Al Locker: Let’s get down to ringside.

Television Tournament Match
Gabriel Ohio vs Kieran Overton

The Lights flicker until the sounds of electricity fill the arena as it is plunged into darkness. “For Whom The Bell Tolls” by Sataton begins to play as a Moon appears on the titan-tron and a white glow appears on the stage. Standing in the glow is the 7-foot-tall Gabriel Ohio, leather jack blowing in the wind, looking down at the floor. He looks up and walks slowly to the ring. He reaches the ring and steps up onto the apron and then over the top rope, his presence felt.

Al Locker: We heard via Twitter this week that Anaquin Adams has accepted the challenge of Gabriel Ohio for Bitter Enemies but she has demanded that the match stipulation is known as a Prison Break match. We’re waiting for Kieran Overton…

Gabriel Ohio is waiting in the ring as “Frankenstein” plays across the arena. Biff Franklin steps onto the stage as his music slowly fades.

Biff Franklin: Apologies for the lack of opponent tonight, Mr. Ohio, however Mr. Overton has yet to grace us with his presence. I’m sure he got his fat ass stuck in the Wendy’s drive through trying to order several triples with cheese. So, I’ve got no choice but to call this match in your favor, allowing you to advance in the Television Championship tournament.

Ohio seems very pleased with this.

Biff Franklin: However, this bring us to Bitter Enemies. Regardless of whether or not you make it to the finals, you will be facing Anaquin Adams one on one for the Pure Championship. This technically has the potential for you to walk out of Bitter Enemies with two championships. However, you’re going to have to make it past the first match of the night. I’m granting Adams’ request for a Prison Break match.

A confused expression crosses Ohio’s face at this term as the lights in the arena flicker briefly. Biff Franklin scowls at this as he waits for the lights to return to normal before continuing.

Biff Franklin: We’re going to put a cage on that ring, as if we were having a typical cage match. Then we are going to lower a cell around the ring.  Then we are going to take the Pure Championship and hang it high above the cell. Object is to escape the cage, escape the cell, climb and acquire the championship. The person who successfully retrieves the championship belt first will be the winner.

The lights begin to flicker again as Biff glances up.

Biff Franklin: Apparently someone’s playing with the lights. Let me go back and find out what’s going on. Good luck at Bitter Enemies, Mr. Ohio.

Just as Biff disappears in the back, Gabriel Ohio reaches for a microphone from the ring announcer.

Gabriel Ohio: Cages. Cells. Worms on hooks. Such a limited imagination. Those bars would never contain the anarchy that follows Adams and I. Gladiators fight in the coliseum for the pleasure of others, the prisoned beasts poked with sticks but what happens when these beasts break free from their bounds? You can reap the profits from our battle cries but when her head is mounted upon my wall, not even the Universe will see fit to allow her to breath in it. Universal Superstar demoted to an ant under a boot. HcW is my playground and I want my ball back. Let the scenes of Insanity scar you and be a permanent reminder that there are no strings on me, there are no walls to contain me and there is no one who can stop me. There are only victims and her sacrifice will bare much fruit and her trinket of a title will serve me well. Insanity. Come and play ANA. Come and play.”

The lights go completely out and the arena is suddenly bathed in a bright red glow of lights and Anaquin Adams is in the ring, and somehow Gabriel Ohio is caught in the ropes as he struggles to free himself. Blood starts to seep from her mouth as she moves in closer to the giant and she reaches up with her hand and wipes at the red wetness spewing from her mouth and running down her chin and reaches over draws a bloody line from one of Ohio’s cheeks to the other and then from center of his forehead down to his chin.

Then she laughs as she watches Ohio try to free himself from the ropes.

The lights flicker out again and the normal lights return and she’s gone but several officials are now in the ring helping Ohio from the ropes.

Al Locker: I don’t even have an idea what to say about what we’ve just seen.

Alan Carcia: Let’s take a break and we’ll come back for more HCW action.

Returning from the break, the scene opens somewhere dark deep in the caverns of the arena where female laughing is heard. Camera pans in on Anaquin Adams sitting cross legged on the dirty concrete floor rocking back and forth. Her chin is covered in the blood that oozed from her mouth, moving down her throat.

Anaquin: Gabriel Ohio. The giant of HCW. Now, you’ve come to my home. My prison. My fortress. Your size has been flaunted for years and now you’ve come face to face with one who doesn’t fear your size. You have now been marked and my target is acquired. Bring your power. Bring your size. Bring whatever you care to bring because it will all be for naught as I will be the first to escape from our self-contained prison and reclaim my jewel. My prize. The Pure Championship will be forever mine, long past Bitter Enemies and until the end of time.

She begins to laugh again as she continues to rock back and forth as the scene fades back into the arena.

Al Locker: Anaquin Adams has lost her mind.

Alan Carcia: She’s always been a sandwich or two shy of a picnic, but Gabriel Ohio is also a little off as well. This is going to be a crazy match come Bitter Enemies.

Television Championship Tournament
Digital Danny James vs. Slamsley McBody

Richard Bassett: This match is scheduled for one fall. The winner will advance to take on Gabriel Ohio next week in a semi-final match in the Television Championship tournament. Already in the ring, here is Digital Danny James! And his opponent:

Cameras pan up revealing “Re: Generate” on a video wall with a picture-in-picture video of one random audience seat. Sporting a red New Era baseball cap with his face being shielded by the bill, a lime-green Armani sports jacket, banana-yellow slacks custom-tailored by L.L. Bean, and a pair of Muckmaster Boots…”Son of Slam” Slamsley McBody appears on screen. “The Workrate Warrior”/”The Walking Weapon”/”Son of Slam” Slamsley McBody raises his head as “Back in the Saddle” by Aerosmith resonates through the arena. McBody takes his seat, raises his hands in a slamming motion, and high-fives fans en route to the ring. He, Slamsley, proceeds to hop over the barricade when able before rolling into the ring.

Richard Bassett: Here is Slamsley McBody!


Al Locker: This is our first opportunity to see McBody in action. He happened to slide right in thanks to the departure of Henry the Hog and Biff Franklin needed someone to fill the spot. Let’s see if he can take advantage of his good luck.

In the ring, James and McBody meet in the center of the ring and James offers a handshake while McBody accepts and the referee signals for them to fight. They lock up and McBody pulls him into a headlock. James pushes him off into the ropes, shoulderblock.

Alan Carcia: A couple of nice moves here to begin the match. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to see Overton against Ohio due to no-show, but we still have the rest of the card to go.

McBody runs the ropes and James ducks down, McBody floats over and stops as James gets up and spins around, only to be scooped up by McBody and slammed down on the mat.

Al Locker: Back to the basics here and things are starting to pick up. McBody pulls up James and whips him into the ropes, fireman’s carry into a Samoan slam.

McBody reaches for James, but James jabs him in the stomach and then nails a jawbreaker that staggers McBody back against the ropes.  James runs the ropes and leaps high and crossbodies McBody which sends them both out of the ring and to the floor.

Alan Carcia: High risk move by James as both wrestlers tumble out to the floor.

James is up and he tries to rile up the fans as he reaches for McBody and rolls him back into the ring, then slides in after.  He runs the ropes and then drops an elbow to the back of McBody and goes for a cover.


Kickout by McBody.

James off the ropes again, but McBody is up and backdrops James. Both wrestlers up, McBody charges James and nails him with a double ax  handle smash.

Al Locker: McBody is calling for something and the fans are cheering for it.

McBody locks in his version of the anaconda vice and pulls hard. The referee is right there and finally James has no choice but to tap out as the referee calls for the bell.


Richard Bassett: Advancing in the tournament and will move on to face Gabriel Ohio next week as part of the Television Tournament, Slamsley McBody!

The referee raises McBody’s hand as McBody finally goes to check on James.

Alan Carcia: Great win for Slamsley McBody as he will go on in this tournament.

Al Locker: We will be right back.

Al Locker: We are about to hear from our World Champion Tyke Index.

Alan Carcia: You can only wonder what is on his mind after the past couple of weeks.

Al Locker: Yeah, after regaining the World Championship against Taurus at Insanity Tyke Index would then go on to defeat the HcW Pure Champion Anaquin Adams in what can only be described as a hard-fought battle.

Alan Carcia: It’s been testing times for sure.


Tyke Index comes out to new ring music “Gainesville Rock City” by Less Than Jake. Tyke emerges through the curtain with the HcW Championship around his waist. Walking slowly down the ramp slapping the hands of a few of his loyal fans. Tyke stands at the bottom of the ring steps looking around before quickly clambering up the stairs, through the ropes and into the ring. Tyke poses on all four turnbuckles with the championship held aloft before taking a mic center ring. Crowd can be heard chanting “Tyke” before finally beginning to quieten down.

Tyke Index: What a few weeks eh Oklahoma?

Crowd cheap pop at the mention of their state.

Tyke Index: Let’s start with Insanity shall we? Taurus we went to war and judging by your absence it looks like only one of us emerged alive.

Crowd cheer for the mention of Taurus.

Tyke Index: Oh yeah, we all love Taurus but let’s be honest – Taurus has been a shadow of his old self since the return of HcW.

Crowd give a mixed reception

Tyke Index: I know, on you go boo. Hey, might prove an unpopular verdict but surely I cannot be the only who has been underwhelmed by the 2018 incarnation of Taurus? At Insanity I took your mind to a state it had never been in before. Nobody had ever seen doubt in the eye of the Bullseye, nobody had ever seen relent in Taurus, nobody ever thought Taurus could be beaten.

Crowd cheer.

Tyke Index: Then came your doubt, then came your relent, then came Tyke Index.

Crowd give a mixed reaction with them split between love for Tyke and Taurus.

Tyke Index: At Bitter Enemies there will be NO DOUBT, when for the last time I am the last man standing. I’m begging you Taurus come and dance one more time.

Crowd start a “One More Time” chant.

Tyke Index: Taurus, Scythe Bloodline, Ricky Stanton, Raven Trueblood, Gray Zee, Sammy 3.0, Gabriel Ohio, Snakebite, Luke Hammerbeam and as of last week Anaquin Adams have all succumbed to Total Definition. You know what that says? I’ve nobody left to beat…

Someone slides into the ring behind Index as the crowd starts to scream in warning.

Al Locker: What the hell is happening here!

Alan Carcia: WAIT! That’s LANCE MIKES! Oh my god! He’s standing behind Tyke Index!

Tyke Index turns around to face Lance Mikes and is hit with a massive Full Stop! Lance Mikes takes the microphone and stands over the fall World Champion.

Lance Mikes: Beat everyone huh FRIEND? You still ain’t ever beaten me!

Lance Mikes music hits as he soaks up the cheers of the crowd upon his return to HcW, a few are jeering as they love Tyke. There are a few different angles of reply showing the Full Stop to Tyke Index.

Al Locker: OH MY GOD! What the hell have we just witnessed!

Alan Carcia: We have just been given word that NEXT WEEK on Monday Night Hell Lance Mikes will take on HcW World Champion Tyke Index!

Al Locker: What an announcement! These men have had a sibling rivalry for over ten years and used to be best friends back in Defiance.

Alan Carcia: Now just like our next PPV they are BITTER ENEMIES!

Al Locker: You gotta believe there will be fireworks in that one!

Joanne Canelli vs. Tommy McMaster

Richard Bassett: This match is one fall. Introducing first:

The house lights go down, as a spotlight goes over the crowd. As the spotlight comes to a stop at the back of the entrance way, as “Run This Town” by Rihanna Jay z Kanye West begins to play. A picture of the Italian Flag appears on the screen with the letters F.B.I over the flag, with the words “FULL BLOODED ITALIAN” is written underneath. It soon changes to scenes of mob hits, newspaper clippings from just recent to the late 1900’s, but soon changes once again, to shots of the Mafioso, sitting in a large office, and in limos, and in arenas from times since past. The spotlight focuses on four figures standing at the back of the ramp. This is Joanne and her bodyguards. They make their way down the ramp with Joanne in the middle with Reno and Rude on either side, and Scarpaci following behind, talking among themselves ignoring the crowd around them. When they reach the ring, Reno holds open the ropes for her, as she slips inside, only to follow behind and stand in the middle of the ring, around her. She removes her jacket, and hands it to one of the guys, before they head out of the ring.

Richard Bassett: Here is the “Jersey Devil Diva” Joanne Canelli! And her opponent…

[The Lights dim as red and orange lights scan the arena, the opening guitar riff of

“Burn It Up by Saliva hits as the Tron shows the highlights of his career. The Xtreme Champion Wildfire Tommy McMaster begins to make his entrance]

You tore my heart out

You tore my life apart

You tore the sheets of this bed

Just like a porn star

Just like a porn star

[One by one fire starts to line the ramp, on both sides towards the ring, as the lights search the arena. Then the red haired, Tommy McMaster emerges in the crowd, high fiving the crowd as he walks through the mass of people who are cheering madly for him.]

Burn it up, to a pile of ash

Burn it up, I want to watch the blast

Just as soon as I blow it up

Ah yeah, burn it up

Ah yeah, burn it up

Ah yeah, burn it up

Ah yeah burn it up

[He spins round, bows to his Wildfireites, spreads his arms out, bowed, then standing up with his back turned, one finger pointed to the ceiling. The Wildfire, in his red trunks, and white “Rich Piggies are going to burn” Tee Shirt, jumps over the guard railing, as a huge red W sign is flashed throughout. He climbs over the ropes, bends down to one knee and stretches his arms out as the whole ring is engulfed in Inflammable fire, his flame hair shadowing his face.]

Burn it up

I’ve got gasoline

Got a match and lighter for your memories

Burn it up to a pile of ash

Burn it up I want to watch the blast

Just as soon as I blow it up

Yeah burn it up

[The Wildfire waits for the flames to die down, climbs the turnbuckle and places his arms to either side, to make his whole body a big W]


Al Locker: Both these competitors were successful in their bouts last week.

Alan Carcia: Canelli knocked off Sammy 3.0 to advance in the Television Championship tournament and Tommy McMaster successfully defending his Xtreme Championship against Raven Trueblood.

Canelli and the Wildfire exchange rights and lefts right off the bell, McMaster ducks a Canelli left and hits her with an atomic drop followed by a dropkick. McMaster picks up Canelli and hits her with a brain buster before making the cover.






Kick out!

McMaster picks up Canelli and throws her into the corner. McMaster gets a head of steam and charges at Canelli in the corner but Canelli moves and McMaster goes shoulder first into the ring post!

Al Locker: Oh my god! McMasters shoulder just went crashing unforgivingly into the ring post and now he is on the outside due to the sheer velocity. Look at that again!

Replay shows McMasters shoulder going into the ring post in slow motion.

Alan Carcia: McMasters body is use to abuse, he is the Xtreme Champion after all but you gotta wonder how much more shots like that he can take!

Canelli rolls outside and stalks McMaster before picking him up and throwing him shoulder first into the steel steps! McMaster is holding his shoulder and looking to be in a great deal of pain. Canelli picks up McMaster and hits him with an upper cut before hitting him with a swinging neckbreaker on the outside!

Al Locker: Joanne Canelli really taking it to the Xtreme Champion here!

Alan Carcia: There has been no let up since hurting McMasters shoulder, Canelli has that rich ruthless Italien blood flowing through her!

Canelli rolls McMaster back in the ring. Canelli hits McMaster and goes for a DDT. Canelli then stalks McMaster before hitting a huge curb stomp!  Canelli goes for a cover…






Kick out by McMaster!


Canelli argues with the ref and that gives McMaster enough time to get to a vertical base and kick Canelli in the gut before hitting her with a huge piledriver!

Al Locker: Game changer right there!

Alan Carcia: Does McMaster have enough in him to capitalize here? He has taken a lot of abuse this entire match!

McMaster goes for a Wing and a Prayer! Canelli reverses and looks for a Go To Sleep but McMaster reverses again and hits a huge Wing and a Prayer holding on for the count…








Richard Bissett: Here is your winner the Xtreme Champion Tommy ‘THEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE WILDFIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIREEEE’ McMaster!

Alan Carcia: What a contest that was!

Al Locker: On another day Joanne could have walked away with the win here. However, she’s still on point for possibly becoming the Television Champion as she takes on Hammerstein next week. Tommy McMaster will be defending his title against either Scythe Bloodline or Trent Harper at Bitter Enemies. We will have the match to determine that contender as the main event.  We will be right back.

Al Locker: We’re about to have a match between Hammerstein and Bandera, however we just received word that General Manager Biff Franklin has agreed to allow Gabriel Ohio to select an opponent next week for Anaquin Adams.

Alan Carcia: Seems fair enough. Ohio has a Television Tournament match next week, so it’s only fair that Adams has a match as well.

Al Locker: All I can tell you is that he has selected Adams’ opponent and that opponent has been notified to be here next week ready to compete. I’m also being told that Adams will have no idea who her opponent is until that person shows up next week.

Alan Carcia: Well, it certainly sucks to be Anaquin Adams. But I’m sure she’ll be ready.

Al Locker: Let’s go to ringside for our next match.

Bandera vs. Hammerstein

Richard Bassett: This match is one fall. Introducing first:

Lights start to flicker as Bandera walks out and enters the stage. Behind him lit up is “Someone is going to get fucked up” Bandera walks to the ring holding up his middle fingers. The crowd seem to be loving it.

Richard Bassett: This is Bandera! And his opponent accompanied to the ring by Reese Kennedy

The opening riffs of Everclear’s American Monster blare from the arena’s PA system and the crowd reacts with a roar as Hammerstein slowly steps through the curtain, followed by his manager, Reese Kennedy. He stops at the top of the stage, drinking in the boos of the crowd, a huge sarcastic grin on his face. He waves his hands towards himself, inviting the crowd to get louder. Kennedy pats him on the back, and Hammerstein finally makes his way to the ring, stopping only to smirk and shake his head at the fans. He walks up the ring steps and wipes his boots on the apron. Kennedy holds the ropes open, and The American Monster climbs in the ring. As soon as he’s in the ring he runs as hard as he can into the turnbuckles, then turns and runs across the ring, slamming into the opposite corner. Hammerstein run to the corner to his left, climbs to the middle rope, and raises his arms in the air. He goes to the opposite corner, repeating the gesture and taking in the jeers of the crowd.

Richard Bassett: Here is Hammerstein!

As Hammerstein turns back around, Bandera nails him right in the face with a big boot and sends him out of the ring and to the floor.

Al Locker: Bandera not wasting any time here as Hammerstein leans against the railing, trying to shake off that boot.

Bandera climbs to the top turnbuckle and leaps off, but Reese Kennedy pushes Hammerstein out of the way and Bandera crashes straight into the guardrailing.

Alan Carcia: Christ, that had to hurt.

Hammerstein grabs Bandera and whips him into another guardrailing and then charges in and nails him this time with a big boot of his own and then picks him up and drops him throat first onto the guardrailing.

Al Locker: One mistake by Bandera and it may cost him this match.

Alan Carcia: I’d say it was one Reese Kennedy making the difference right there.

Hammerstein rolls Bandera into the ring as Bandera clutches at his throat, staggering to his feet. Hammerstein scoops him up and looks to be trying to finish him off, but Bandera wiggles free and floats down behind Hammerstein.

Al Locker: Bandera avoid certain doom right there. He pushes Hammerstein into the ropes and charges after him, but Hammerstein catches him in the air falls back, clotheslining Bandera on the top rope!

Alan Carcia: Another shot at the throat for Bandera and Hammerstein scoops him up and Hammersteiner!






Richard Bassett: Winner of the match is Hammerstein!

Al Locker: Bandera missed that shot right at the beginning and just never recovered, unfortunately. But Hammerstein has momentum going into his match next week with Joanne Canelli as part of the TV Championship Tournament.

Al Carcia: We will be back with our contender’s match for the Xtreme Championship!

As the “99 Ways to Die” by Megadeath starts Scythe shoots out onto the stage thumping in place with strobe lights accompanying him. He pauses and raises his right arm than dashes down the rams high fiving fans on the way. He slides into the ring hopping up on the nearest turnbuckle and roaring towards the crowd then jumps down still feeling the pumping of the music through him. The music calms as it fades and the match gets ready to begin.

Al Locker: This match is scheduled to be one fall and there must be a winner.

Alan Carcia: GM Biff Franklin…

“Frankenstein” begins to play again.

Alan Carcia: This can’t be good.

Biff Franklin makes his way out onto the stage this time again as his music fades out.

Biff Franklin: Well consider this a night of misfortune. One no show, and I’ve just been told that Trent Harper is not being cleared to wrestle because of the flu. I’m going to find you an opponent and this contender’s match will be rescheduled for next week. If Harper is unable to compete next week, you’ll become the contender for Bitter Enemies. Give me a couple of minutes if you would.

Biff turns to leave when Trent Harper pushes past him and Biff looks as if he’s going to stop him, but decides against it and heads towards the back, however inside the ring before Harper makes it there – Blake Archer nails Scythe from behind. He lays him out once more and then as Harper gets into the ring, Blake nails him in the face with a big boot so both wrestlers are out of the ring. Blake raises his hands in the air and then leaves the ring and escapes through the crowd.

Al Locker: What we have here tonight is a mess! Biff Franklin was going to get an opponent for Scythe but now both Harper and Bloodline are down thanks to Blake Archer.

Alan Carcia: We have to get this figured out. I’m being told we are going to break and will have something when we return.

Al Locker: We’re back from our break and we still have no idea what’s going to happen. All of our scheduled matches have either taken place or are not taking place and we are…

Raven Trueblood’s music hits as he comes out he looks like he seen a ghost but everywhere he looks he sees a look alike Blake but not Blake himself. He gets in the ring grabs a Mic and falls into the corner.

Raven: Blake! Blake come out and play! No more games no more bartending to be behind me or anywhere else. I get your point! You costed me the title last week and you cost me and my partner Scythe the tag belts! You just laid out Scythe again just a few moments ago. We had that match one for once.

The fans have mixed reactions as he continues.

Al Locker: There is some deep history between these two.

Raven: But then again…you can’t take the fact I did something without you. For once I made a name for myself and led a revolution in the new blood church. Get your ass back out here now!

He waits for a response as the tension builds for awhile.

Al Locker: Raven realizes Blake Archer doesn’t work for HCW right?

Alan Carcia: That hasn’t stopped Blake Archer from interrupting this television show week in and week out.

Al Locker: Blake Archer has been pushing every button Raven has and he has had just about enough.

Alan Carcia: I am not sure if he realizes much of anything about reality Al.

No answer from him as Raven taps his head with the Mic.

Raven: Very funny Blake! You sure know how to have people pay good money for you not to show up now get your ass out here now! Little birdy needs to talk to the pussycat.

Alan Carcia: Raven has definitely lost it. People pay money at an HCW show to see HCW stars and Blake Archer is not one.

Raven lowers the Mic and continues to wait.

Al Locker: This makes for great television, folks.

The fans start to roar from behind him and Raven turns around watching Blake hop over the barricade and come into the ring. Raven drops the mic as Blake stands up and starts punching Raven. He retaliates tossing his own punches right into Blake’s already busted up looking face.

Al Locker: Archer is here! I thought maybe he had left the building after attacking Scythe and Harper.

Alan Carcia: I guess he just couldn’t miss the chance to confront Raven yet again tonight.

Blake tackles Raven down to the ground, but Raven locks a guillotine on Blake, quickly zebra dressed officials flood the ring, it takes 8 men to pull Raven and Blake off one another. The fans chant let them fight beat his ass as they are hyped to see this story unfold.

Al Locker: Whatever problem these guys have with each other they don’t seem able to contain it anymore.

Alan Carcia: I would say not Al, I think our very own Biff Franklin needs to get in front of this thing.

Al Locker: This is completely out of control and you’re right. Biff Franklin needs to do something about this once and for all.

Alan Carcia: We are completely out of time for this week. Next week: Mikes vs. Index! Adams vs. a mystery opponent of Gabriel Ohio’s choosing! Hammerstein vs. Canelli! McBody vs. Ohio! It’s going to be an action packed show. Don’t you miss it!

Blake Archer and Raven Trueblood are still going at it as officials try to get them apart as the show fades to black.

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