Sunday, June 23, 2019
Magness Arena
Denver, Colorado
LIVE only on The SE Network

The official opening video of Mile High Wrestling begins the show. “Colorado” by TECH N9NE starts playing for the first 27 seconds of the track, and then the hook is looped for a second time.

Colorado (Bonus Track)

Yeah, uh-huh, uh-oh, no, damn

An overview of Downtown Denver is shown during the night, with an orange color scheme.

It-it-it-it-it-it that good Colora-

The screen flickers back and forth rapidly, between cuts of Downtown Denver and the Mile High Wrestling logo, concluding with the logo turning sideways and spinning off into the screen like a ninja star.

(-Do, do, do, do)
You know it’s that fire
I can’t get no higher

Scythe Bloodline during his entrance is shown, followed by Emily Falls flying in the air with a moonsault.

(Do, do, do, do)
I came to turn the night up
Now watch me as I light up

Da Brix City Boyz roughing each other up is shown, followed by all eight members of The Shieldmaidens posing in a dark room.

(-Do, do, do, do)
You know it’s that fire
I can’t get no higher

“The Lost Child” Solomon Cain is shown flying out of the ring with a palauncha, followed by Tyke Index laughing in a tub with an NYPD shirt on.

(Do, do, do, do)
I came to turn the night up
Now watch me as I light up

Azurine Vebbins smashing the Titaness with a superkick is shown, followed by Skrabz holding the Mile High Wrestling Championship in the air with each Brix City Boy on each side holding up their Tag Titles, as the video fades away, and the cameras are in the arena where fireworks are exploding. The instrumental to “Colorado” plays through the sound system, as the camera pans around the Denver crowd.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: It’s been two weeks since Mile High Spectacular, but we are back! Welcome to Mile High Wrestling’s eighteenth episode!!

Signs in the crowd are shown, such as: “I Unsubscribed To Abi Rose”, “Toll Gang Takeover”, “God is a Bullet and Bullet is the next Champ”, “Who remembers Deuce Holmes?”, and “I Came To See Space Lord”.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: This new bi-weekly schedule definitely has its pros and cons.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: That it does, Jen. But tonight we will see Skrabz and Bullet in the ring four weeks before their one on one title match at Rise Again, when all three members of Toll Gang face three members of the Shieldmaidens in a Six Man Tag Match.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: That’s right! And speaking of the Shieldmaidens, the Titaness will not be in Denver tonight as she is currently on a honeymoon with her new husband; Joseph Hunter.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Congratulations to those two for sure. And one of their rivals; Tyke Index, will face off against the final HcW World Heavyweight Champion; Scythe Bloodline live tonight.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: That match could arguably steal the show.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: And we will see the official Mile High debut of Finn Whelan, as he faces off with another HcW alumni in Raven Trueblood.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: I’m really looking forward to this Number One Contender Match To see who will face Azurine Vebbins for the ThrowDown Title at Rise Again.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: And speaking of Azurine Vebbins, she will go head to head with the debuting Webb Constantine, tonight.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: A lot of debuts tonight. A whole new world like Aladdin.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Like the official debut of The Foundation as a team, when they go up against Sports Entertainment Xpress tonight.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: A lot to expect tonight. It’s going to be amazing.

The background music fades away, as the cameras focus solely on Ray Hudson and Jen Vallejos.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: In an update, Mile High Wrestling officials have been trying to contact “The Lost Child” Solomon Cain all week.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Even Robert Mack himself has made many attempts.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Cain has been all over social media posting odd messages, and we here at Mile High Wrestling are praying for one of our family.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: If you are watching this, Solomon, please contact someone. Let us know you are okay, friend. We’re worried about you. We care…

“Venom” by Eminem begins playing throughout the arena, as a virtual snake slithers on the titantron before striking the screen as the beat really kicks in.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Wait a minute…

Robert Mack steps out from behind the curtains with his business associate Byron Brown in tow.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Robert Mack on his way to the ring with his new partner in crime.

Robert and Byron head down the ramp to the ring, as the Denver fans are excited expecting the identity of the masked man to be revealed.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Robert said in a recent interview that he would be finding out the identity of the masked man tonight.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: So Robert is about to solve a mystery from a year ago, but we still dont know who really killed 2Pac.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Or if 2Pac is even really dead…

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Eh..

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Maybe the masked man is 2Pac, Jen.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: And just like that I wish Wavy was back.

Finally, the music comes to an end as Robert Mack stands in the middle of the ring, holding a mic.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: Let me just get straight to business….

The Denver crowd is definitely alive tonight.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: Right before Mile High Wrestling closed its doors, I was on my death bed. And I was put on that death bed by a masked man who looked exactly like the masked man who interfered in the Buried Alive Match at Mile High Spectacular.

Robert looks around the Magness Arena, at the loyal Mile High Wrestling fans.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: Is it the same guy? Or gal? I do not have that answer…

Some small boos come into play.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: BUT I’m out here to get that answer, and hopefully other answers!

The fans cheer.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: Masked man…..bring that ass out here!!!

The fans get to their feet, anticipating what is about to happen.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Robert Mack wasting no time calling out this mystery man.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: The real question is; is he even here? And if he’s been wearing a mask, why would he want to reveal himself just because Rob is asking him to?

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Real life questions.

Robert was starting to look frustrated that no one was coming out, when all of a sudden the fans got super loud and boos started deafening the Magness Arena.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Uh oh. Whats going on, Ray?

The cameras reveal Katrina Mack walking through the crowd before attempting to climb over the barricade. Two security officers stop her, however.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Katrina Mack is here. Who let her in?

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Well, her and Robert are divorced. I believe her legal last name is Vigil.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: No, no. Let her come over….

The security hesitates for a second before letting Katrina continue.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Well, I dont know who let her in the arena, but Rob is letting her in to the ring.

Katrina grabs a mic from ringside and climbs into the ring, smirking at her ex husband.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I believe she knows the identity of the masked man. We can’t forget seeing the two together last September.

The Denver crowd is booing Katrina loudly as she continues smirking, looking at each and every one of them.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: Awww, you really missed me?

The boos get louder, while Robert just stares at Katrina with a cold stare. Katrina looks back at Robert and rolls her eyes.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: So how have you been, Rob? I see you got your Mickey Mouse Club House back together. You must have forgot I was the one who made this place watchable…

Robert’s jaw locks as he looks away at all the booing Denver fans.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: Dont worry about them. Look at me! You said you want answers…

Robert looks back at Katrina, his jaw tightening even more.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: Of coarse I know exactly who he is. I’m the one that hired him to take care of you. And I’m the one who hired him to take care of Tyke Index.

Robert, jaw still tight, raises an eyebrow.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: You see, before you came out of nowhere and shut this place down, Tyke was going to be my guy. He was going to be the one to run each and every Shieldmaiden out of this company. Because this company was going to be mine. And we weren’t going to get anywhere with those cancerous self titled biker bitches walking around like they owned the place.

The boos continue for a second before morphing into “Shieldmaidens” chants.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: Yeah, go ahead and cheer the people who were trying to run this company into the ground.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Really Katrina was running this place into the ground…

Trina snarls at the fans, before turning back to Robert.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: Every time I told you the problem they were, all you ever did was side with them. And they never appreciated you. But you kept giving them the spotlight. You should have fired them all with their slave owner. But you didn’t! So I got rid of you, and I was about to get rid of them. Then you came back and closed down shop….

Katrina rolled her eyes.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: Tyke Index failed me. So when I heard he was fighting a Shieldmaiden at Mile High Spectacular, and he never called or texted….I had to remind him I was still alive.

Robert shakes his head and puts the mic to his mouth.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: So who is he?

Katrina laughs.

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: The guy under the mask?

Robert waits for the answer quietly.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Who is it, Katrina?

{{{Katrina Vigil}}}: None of your fucking business…

Katrina laughs again and rolls out of the ring, heading back over the barricade.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: What kind of bullshit….?

Robert looks on pissed, before closing his eyes and dropping his head.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I don’t understand what the hell Katrina is doing. Why even come here?

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: She’s wasting our time. We want answers.

Byron says something to Robert, and then he finally lifts his head back up and smirks, shaking his head.

“Bloody Nose” by Hollywood Undead hits as “The Cold Hearted” Chris Mosh stands with his back towards the ring in a black hoody with the hood on.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: He thinks he’s so cool with his new little way of life…

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: He won his first match back. That’s got to count for something, I guess.

Chris turns his head towards the ring as he smirks, then turns around.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: The following contest is the Five Person Number One Contendership Match To the Mile High Wrestling ThrowDown Championship!! Making his way to the ring… weighing in at 210 pounds….. residing in Las Vegas, Nevada……. “The Cold Hearted” Chris Mosh!!!

Mosh walks towards the ring as he just ignores the crowd. He walks up the stairs, then jumps over the top rope as he turns in the middle of the ring.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I do remember the days he used to high five us all.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Everyone but Wavy.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: That was Wavy’s choice.

Mosh stands with his back to the hard camera as he turns his head to the camera and smirks.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: So who do you think is going to go on to face Azurine Vebbins at Rise Again?

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I say Ripley.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: I’m going to have to go with Zombie.

The lights in the arena go out and the sound effect of thunder echoes throughout the arena as the entrance way and ring are illuminated in a neon blue light.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Well here comes your pick right here, Ray.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Who by the way has a new episode of Silver Lake on The SE Network.

The lights then flash wildly like lightning. “Redneck Stomp” by Obituary then hits. Ripley walks out onto the stage wearing a black hoodie with the hood up, black wrestling tights, and black boots. He stands at the top of the entrance way and looks around the arena as the crowd erupts in cheers, with some scattered boos.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: Making his way to the ring… weighing in at 240 pounds….. from Brooksville, Florida……. Ripley!!!

Ripley starts walking towards the ring. As he makes his way down the aisle to the ring he looks at the fans. Once he reaches the ring he stops and looks at it then quickly walks up the steel steps and enters the ring.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Ripley hasn’t had the best win/loss record here in Mile High, but he always shows up.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Lets not forget he is a former Tag Team Champion with the man in the ring with him right now.

In the ring, Ripley paces around then climbs up in one of the corners of the ring to look out at all of the fans. He points to a few fans as the crowd continues to cheer. He then hops down unzipping his hoodie and tosses it to ringside and walks to the center of the ring as his music fades out and the lights return to normal.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Mosh looking at Ripley in disgust.

“Immortal” by Adema begins playing throughout the Arena, as smoke fills the entrance way. Jett walks through it looking to the camera.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: Making his way to the ring… weighing in at 216 pounds….. from Glendale, Arizona……. Jett!!

Kneeling down, Jett gazes to the left, and then the right, putting his fist in the air before walking forward through the shouting cheers as the smoke evaporates.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: The final Bumblebee Champion in PCW looking to become the next ThrowDown Champion in Mile High.

Jett slides into the ring and awaits the start of the match.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: He was in that Emily Falls Battle Royal but did not come out the victor.

“Friday” by Rebecca Black begins playing throughout the Arena, as Emily Falls walks out, skipping to the ring, waving and smiling big, and highfiving the crowd. You can tell she’s happy.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Speaking of Emily Falls…

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: Making her way to the ring… weighing in at 120 pounds….. from Denver, Colorado……. Emily Falls!!!

When Emily gets in the ring, she skips around energetically as she keeps smiling at the crowd.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Emily Falls’ greatest achievement in Mile High so far is probably having a Battle Royal named after her. She lost that Battle Royal.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Aww, leave her alone, Ray. I’m happy to see her back.

A low idling of a motorcycle engine can be heard as the opening piano of “Zombie” by Bad Wolves can be heard. Wendy “Zombie” Stevens is kneeling in silhouetted shadow, a hood over her head, Lexa Pellegrini standing behind her as smoke wisps along the entrance ramp.

Another head hangs lowly, child is slowly taken
And the violence causes silence, who are we mistaken?
But you see, it’s not me, it’s not my family
In your head, in your head, they are fighting
With their tanks, and their bombs, and their bombs, and their drones
In your head, in your head, they are crying



At the instant the word ‘Head’ is sung, pyro goes off, Stevens kips up and pulls off the hood, a sadistic smile on her face that the camera picks up. She stops midway down the ramp, and looks around at the crowd before running down the ramp into the ring, and diving through the second and bottom ropes, rolling through the dive as she enters the ring, and lands on the opposite second and bottom ropes.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And making her way to the ring… weighing in at 157 pounds….. from Manhattan, New York……. she is being accompanied by Lexa Pellegrini… representing the Shieldmaidens… Wendy “Zombie” Stevens!!!

Zombie gets on the turnbuckles of each of the four corners, doing a finger formation of the letter M for her Shieldmaidens, as Lexa steps in the ring.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: There’s your pick, Jen.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: I believe that is the majority’s pick for this match. This woman came in and made an impact. Surely one of the new poster faces of our brand.

Zombie jumps off the fourth corner, and takes her hood off and hands it to Lexa, giving her a small peck as she holds the ropes open for her to step out.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Everyone in this match needs to win this match. So they should all be hungry, surely.

Zombie stands in the center of the ring, awaiting the start of the match.

Match Official: Regina Ball

#1 Contendership Match To The ThrowDown Title
Wendy “Zombie” Stevens
“The Cold Hearted” Chris Mosh
Emily Falls

As soon as the bell sounded, Ripley ran at Mosh with an early Mark of Failure, but Mosh ducked and Ripley caught Jett with the boot. Mosh quickly rolled Ripley up for a pin.



Falls broke up the pin attempt. As Falls stood up, Zombie came up behind her and dropped her with a German suplex.

Mosh rolled out of the ring and grabbed Ripley by the leg, dragging him to the outside with him.

Mosh would bring Ripley around to the commentator’s table before clearing the table to put Ripley through.

Inside the ring, Zombie dropped Jett with a Zombie Flatliner, and then went for the pin.



Emily Falls broke up the pinfall!

Outside the ring, Mosh had Ripley on top of the commentator’s table and dropped him with his Mosh Pit, breaking the table!!

Back in the ring, Zombie was about to go for a suplex when Emily Falls hit her with the Emily Fall out of nowhere!! Zombie rolled right of the ring from the impact. The Magness Arena was really into this fast paced match.

Falls quickly climbed to the top rope and came down onto Jett with a Moonsault! Falls went for the pinball victory.



Mosh came out of nowhere with the breakup!!!

Everyone was confused how Mosh was even up so quickly after putting Ripley through the table.

Falls and Mosh would wrestle each other one on one for about a minute, until Zombie came back into the ring.

The three superstars brawled for a little while longer, while Ripley lay out cold on the broken commentary table and Jett now lay out cold on the outside.

Towards the end of the match, Jett slid back into the ring and Mosh took him right back down with a Moshplex!!!



Zombie broke up the pin, and right behind her Emily Falls kicked at her, forcing her out of the ring.

Mosh got to his feet and was dropped by an Emily Fall. Falls hooked the leg for the pin.



Zombie broke up the pin and quickly hooked Falls into Zombieland!!!

Falls fought it for a little over ten seconds before tapping out!!!

Wendy “Zombie” Stevens

Match Length: 09:53

“Zombie” by Bad Wolves starts playing throughout the arena.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well its going to be Azurine Vebbins and Zombie at Rise Again, for the ThrowDown Championship.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And the winner of this match, and Number One Contender to the Mile High Wrestling ThrowDown Championship… Wendy “Zombie” Stevens!!!

Lexa Pellegrini slides into the ring to celebrate with Zombie.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: That’s going to be a hell of a match, Ray.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Azurine Vebbins very familiar with the Shieldmaidens.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Well, they are HALF of our roster.

The other Shieldmaidens, minus Samantha Hamilton, are now in the ring celebrating with Zombie.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: The question is; will the Shieldmaidens have all the gold by the end of Rise Again?

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Yes, because we now know that the Shieldmaidens will get their Tag Title Rematch in two weeks, at Episode Nineteen.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Looking very forward to that.

We are now backstage where Robert Mack is walking alone now, thinking hard, when Space Lord and “Thundering” Terry Marshall appear in front of him warming up for their upcoming match.

{{{“Thundering” Terry Marshall}}}: Look Space Lord, it’s Robert Mack himself.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: Hey guys…

{{{Space Lord}}}: After we beat The Foundation tonight, how about that rap battle with Skrabz??

Robert raises an eyebrow.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: And who are you guys again?

Terry looks at Space Lord, confused.

{{{Space Lord}}}: We are the Sports Entertainment Xpress!!!

Robert thinks about it for a minute mouthing “Xpress?”, then shakes his head before walking past them.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: Never heard of you…

We fade to a commercial break as Space Lord and Terry look at each other shaking their heads.

The arena goes black as “Out of The Black” by Royal Blood hits the speakers. Black lights come on revealing on the glowing green eyes of “The Viper” Johnny Knight. He runs down to the ring and slides in, with “Silent Lucha” Kaito Jackson behind him, shushing the crowd.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: And here are The Foundation…

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: The following match is a Tag Team Match for one fall!! Making their way to the ring first… weighing in at a combined weight of 420 pounds….. from Mexico City……. Kaito Jackson and Johnny Knight… they are The Foundation!!!

The two members of The Foundation get ready for their match, inside the ring.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: We saw Kaito Jackson at Mile High Spectacular. Tonight we see the team together for the first time.

“Thunder Struck” by AC/DC begins playing throughout the arena.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: This is my pick. These guys are absolutely great together.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: They have been a very entertaining duo for sure. And they ran through their opponents at the Spectacular.

“Thundering” Terry Marshall and Space Lord come out from behind the curtains, full of energy.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And their opponents… weighing in at at a combined weight of 596 pounds….. from Huntington, West Virginia……. “Thundering” Terry Marshall and Space Lord… they are the Sports Entertainment Xchange!!!

The tag team goes down the ramp hyped, and slide into the ring. They fist pump around the ring, hyping the Denver crowd too.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Let’s see if The Foundation can cut down Sports Entertainment Xpress.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: We need to work on helping Robert Mack get their name right…

Match Official: John Paul Vigil

Tag Team Match
Sports Entertainment Xchange
The Foundation

The match started with Terry and Kaito. Terry was pumping up the Denver crowd, while Kaito was facing back and forth ready to go.

The two locked up in the center of the ring and Terry quickly pulled Kaito in with a bear hug.

Kaito sent two elbow smashes into Terry’s skull forcing Terry to release Kaito.

Kaito quickly threw two horizontal chops to Terry’s chest before hurling him to the ropes and hitting him with a flying shoulder to the head.

Terry stumbled around crawling trying to get up and ended up in the corner in sitting position. Kaito tagged in Knight.

Knight began stomping on Terry in the corner until Terry rolled out of the corner onto his back.

Knight went to the top rope and came down onto Terry with a high-flying elbow drop.

But Terry rolled out of the way and gave a hot tag to Space Lord. The Denver crowd got extra loud all of sudden, firmly behind Space Lord.

Knight ran at Space Lord and Space Lord dropped him with a clothesline. Space Lord ran to the ropes as Knight stumbled back to his feet, and Space Lord dropped him with a shoulder tackle.

Space Lord ran to Kaito and knocked him off the ring apron with a running big boot.

Space Lord turned around to Knight who was getting back to his feet, and gave The Viper a power slam.

Space Lord went for the pin.




Space Lord tagged Terry back in and before Knight could tag Kaito back in, Terry started throwing forearms at his back.

Terry got Knight to his feet and Knight hit the Spanish Nor’ Easter oit of nowhere!!

Knight laid on the mat with Terry for a moment before throwing his arm over Terry.




Knight tagged Kaito back into the match. Kaito and Terry wrestled for a while, Terry with the power, Kaito with the speed.

Finally, the two superstars knocked each other down with a two way clothesline. The fans were really into the match, and the arena started rumbling anticipating the next tags.

Both superstars tagged in their partners at the same time!

Space Lord ran at Knight with a clothesline that Knight ducked under, running to the ropes. When Space Lord spun around, Knight came at him with a slingblade.

Space Lord pulled himself back up, wobbling, using the ropes for support. Knight came up behind Space Lord with a reverse code breaker, but Space Lord held onto the ropes as Knight went down alone.

As Knight stumbled back to his feet, Space Lord ran past him with full velocity, bouncing off the ropes and coming back at Knight with the Big Bang!!!

Terry and Kaito climbed in the ring at the same time, and Terry clotheslined Kaito back out of the ring as Space Lord pinned Knight.




Sports Entertainment Xpress

Match Length: 13:26

“Thunder Struck” by AC/DC begins playing throughout the arena as the fans are going nuts.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: These people in Denver are really into SEX.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Pervert…

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And the winners of this match… Sports Entertainment Xpress!!!

“Thundering” Terry Marshall and Space Lord celebrate in the ring as excited as the fans in attendance.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: It’s seriously so loud in here though. Overnight celebrities in Mile High Wrestling.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: And they are now two and oh.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: But actual compitition tonight unlike Full Throttle. The Foundation showed they are a real legitimate tag team in Mile High Wrestling.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: I know! There was a few times I thought Sports Entertainment Xpress were going down tonight.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I’d love to see these two teams go at it again.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Might be different results next time.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Coming up next we will see Tyke Index in action against Scythe Bloodline.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: They have a tough match to follow.

The cameras focus in on “The Lost Child” Solomon Cain walking backstage with no face expression.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Oh shit! Solomon is actually here!!

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well, thank God he is okay..

Someone can be heard yelling, “Hey!” a few times until we see Robert Mack running up behind Solomon, before stepping in front of him to force his attention.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Rob has found him. Solomon looks rough…

{{{Robert Mack}}}: Man…..what the hell?! You’ve had me worried all week! I been blowing your phone up, and you won’t answer. But you’ve been all over Twitter scaring everyone.

Solomon just stares at Robert, as Robert breathes heavily in front of Solomon.

{{{Robert Mack}}}: You’re here, Solomon…. Talk to me.

Solomon doesn’t change his expression at all, nor does he say a word. Robert seems to get frustrated.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Cain doesn’t look so good…

{{{Robert Mack}}}: Let me help you, man….

Solomon blankly stares for a few seconds more before stepping forward and shoulder checking Robert as he passes him. Robert watches Solomon leave, shaking his head at The Lost Child.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Well, now I’m worried about Solomon again. He doesn’t look well.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: At all.

As “99 Wats To Die” by Megadeth starts, Scythe Bloodline shoots out onto the stage, thumping in place, with strobe lights accompanying him.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: The following match is for one fall!! Making his way to the ring first… weighing in at 220 pounds….. from Mansfield, Georgia……. Scythe Bloodline!!!

Scythe dashes down the ramp and slides into the ring hopping up on the nearest turnbuckle and roaring towards the crowd, before jumping down still feeling the pumping of the music through him. The music calms as it fades and the match gets ready to begin.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well, while Scythe Bloodline technically debuted at Spectacular in the Battle Royal, we are about to see his first singles match in Mile High Wrestling.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: And you can imagine a lot of the Mile High alumni are not so happy about Scythe getting such a promoted match so quickly, especially after being unsuccessful at the Spectacular.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well, just because you lose a match doesn’t mean you’re a loser. Look at them naming that Battle Royal after Emily Falls….

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: You better leave my friend alone.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: But you see what I’m saying…

The opening saxophone of “Jubel” by Klingande begins to play over the PA and as it speeds up, eventually it hits a crescendo into a drop.

“Save me”

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Here comes the ever controversial Tyke Index…

Tyke Index appears from behind the curtain with a hood over his head just as the chorus rolls. There is rapturous jeers from the crowd as Tyke poses at the bottom of the ring steps before entering the ring.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And his opponent… weighing in at 200 pounds….. residing in Brooklyn, New York……. Tyke Index!!!


The lights go off and when they come back on Tyke is sitting in his corner.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: A must win match for both of these guys.

Match Official: Jack Glascock

Tyke Index
Scythe Bloodline

Tyke Index exyended his hand to shake, and Scythe looked around the arena to see what the fans thought of this. Tyke really looked sincere, but he IS quite the pretender.

Scythe went ahead and brought his hand to shake Tyke’s and Tyke pulled away, shaking his pointy finger and saying “nawwww”.

Tyke pulled Scythe in and gave him a big hug with a huge smile on face. Scythe pushed Tyke off and then immediately went for the triple clothesline combo.

Scythe took control for a while and it seemed as if Tyke was getting frustrated but trying hard to hide it.

Scythe would lose control when he chose to go to the top rope, as Tyke was able to get up and push Scythe’s feet making him fall to the mat.

Tyke quickly mounted Scythe and began throwing forearm smashes into the back of Scythe’s head.

Tyke stood up and stomped down on the back of Scythe’s head with a lot of force before laughing and walking around the ring, as mixed reactions came from the crowd. Whether it was cheering or booing, it was loud.

Tyke took control for a little while before Scythe started fighting back as the fans really got behind Scythe Bloodline.

It was a back and forth battle from there. Scythe got to the top rope again and this time was able to come down with Heaven’s Fall!!!

But Tyke was able to roll out of the way….

Tyke slowly got to his feet and by the time he was standing, Scythe was getting to all fours. Tyke tool Scythe to Coke Mountain!!!

Tyke went for the pinfall victory.




Tyke was in shock for a moment, before a big grin covered his face. But then he looked visably frustrated. He slammed his fists on the mat.

Tyke got to his feet and looked down at his opponent. Tyke started mocking Scythe before climbing to the top rope as if he was about to give Scythe a taste of his own finisher.

Scythe got to his feet, with all his strength and started climbing the turnbuckles towards Tyke.

The two exchanged rights until Scythe hooked Tyke into position for a top rope suplex.

Tyke started punching Scythe in the side until he let go.

Tyke threw a hard uppercut, knocking Scythe down to the mat. But Scythe was still trying to get back up, crawling on the mat.

Tyke Index came down from the top rope with a powerful version of Coke Mountain!!!!!

Tyke went for the pin, as the fans were chanting “Holy Shit!”




Tyke Index

Match Length: 18:45

“Jubel” by Klingande begins playing throughout the arena.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Is Tyke back on track like he said he was going to be?

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: He just defeated the man he claims threw him off track in the first place.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And the winner of this Match… Tyke Index!!!

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Well, this victory was extra special because now Tyke Index will be competing for the Mile High Wrestling Phoenix Championship in two weeks at Episode Nineteen.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: We will find out the other challenger later tonight.

Tyke is laying on his back laughing.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Tyke Index is quite the character, Ray.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: That he is. But he’s no joke.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: He’s all about mind games. And he’s arguably the greatest ever when it comes to that.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I fully agree…

Scene opens up in a dimly lit gym. An old ring, seemingly having decades of use is seen in the background, pieces of duct tape used to repair rips and tears. The dust is so thick as the minimal rays of sunlight that do make their way into the gym only server to lighten the clouds as the move through the room.

A clicking sound throws louder until a female figure appears, though it would be hard to tell just who it might be. She is wearing jeans and a leather jacket, boots. She carries a long stick which would appear to be a long metal ruler over her shoulder.

“Mile High Wrestling,” she begins. “A long time ago, we used to be friends.” With the rays of light behind her, her face is hidden behind the darkness. “And then you turned on me.” She chuckles before suddenly bringing the flat of the rule hard on the ring apron causing a loud slap to echo across the empty gym.

“I wasn’t even invited back to the Spectacular that you held a couple of weeks ago.” She brings that rule in front of her and begins to drop a long across the edge with her finger. “But that’s okay. I understand that you were scared to unleash me once again. You see, I’ve seen the way and the way for me is taking one championship at a time until I finally get to the top. So, Mile High Wrestling, I’m coming back for just one thing.”

She points that rule towards the camera, “That you just don’t measure up.”

A gruff voice is heard off into the distance, “Time to train. Let’s go.”

The figure walks towards the camera, “On my way,” she says just before the camera goes black.

Backstage, the cameras are focused on Jordan Hagan and the Mile High Wrestling ThrowDown Champion; Azurine Vebbins.

{{{Jordan Hagan}}}: I’m standing by with our current Mile High Wrestling ThrowDown Champion; “The Adorkable Angel” Azurine Vebbins. Earlier tonight, Wendy “Zombie” Stevens won the Number One Contender Match to earn the right to face you for your Championship at Rise Again. How are you feeling about that match?

{{{Azurine Vebbins}}}: It’s always a dauntin’ dance when paired up against a Shieldmaiden. Deyr’s extra escalation when dat Shieldmaiden contemplates her next mission… will be contendin’ for your championship. As Mile High Wrestlin’ DrowDown Champion, I don’t dilly-dally on dose deemed direct dreats. Dat’s why I’m goin’ to suggest a stipulation for our sanctioned contest at Rise Again, Stevens. Zombie, you want to know what’s in my head? Between you buryin’ Tyke Index alive and myself gettin’ planted by Bullet, neider outcome sat well wid me on June 9. Deyrfore, in da spirit of our next major event, I’m challengin’ you to some-din’ I colloquially referred to as “Last Dame Dancin’” or as it’s better recognized as…Last Woman Standin’. After all, if you’re plannin’ on havin’ da Shieldmaidens make a clean sweep of championships…I should have my best bet to break out brooms as well as smelted steel chairs for headshots.

{{{Jordan Hagan}}}: Later tonight, you will be competing in a match yourself, as you go head up with the debuting Webb Constantine. She seemed to have an issue with you at Mile High Spectacular. What can you tell us about that?

{{{Azurine Vebbins}}}: Well, Hagan, I can tell you dat Webb Constantine is someone who I have da utmost umbrage towards. She wants “titles & junk” via cuttin’ past credible challengers and receivin’ unearned opportunities. It’s bad behavior. Requires breakin’. Dis “New Attitude,” if left unchecked, will naturally erode and negate respectful rivalries. Dat’s why I’m goin’ to “Shush Webb’s Tush” tonight. Figure it’s da most meanin’-ful way to eider make her mute or render her rationale moot.

{{{Jordan Hagan}}}: Some critics seemed to say you dropped the ball at Mile High Spectacular in your high stakes match against Bullet. What do you have to say to those people?

{{{Azurine Vebbins}}}: As I stated in a recent promotional material, I felt da fear of familiarity. Carbajal’s had my number in every epic encounter. Plus, when you’re hearin’ podcast personalities state she was da more credible contender…it got in my head. Self-doubt crept in like a gaunt Grim Reaper when we stepped to one anoder. I wanted to make Bullet bite down and meet her maker. To dose detractors, dough, Alex became mine dat night.

{{{Jordan Hagan}}}: With the new era of Mile High Wrestling, what more can we expect from The Adorkable Angel?

{{{Azurine Vebbins}}}: What can you expect of “Da Adorkable Angel”? Well, despite dat last response, I plan to obviously overwhelm obstacles wid full-glass optimism. I’m also a delightfully dynamic grappler when dancin’ here in Mile High. However, most importantly, I want to give credence for chanters to cheer me on. Starts tonight via makin’ a sincere statement out of dat wicked weaver. Am I forgettin’ any-din’, Jordan? Oh yeah. I am humbled, honored, and absolutely appreciative of how many “G” strin’s were purchased at da Concessions Stand. Blushed when findin’ out da estimated figures. Helps my case of bein’ “Mrs. Most Marketable” here in Mile High Wrestlin’. In turn, dat incentivizes Management to have me be a potential poster personality for a future major event, right? Right. Should waltz to da entrance ramp since I’m hearin’ my deme song.

{{{Jordan Hagan}}}: Good luck in your match, Ms. Vebbins, and thank your for your time.

“Problem” by Postmodern Jukebox begins playing throughout the arena.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: And it’s time for the next match; Dat Azz versus Earth’s Great-Assed Hero.

“The Adorkable Angel” Azurine Vebbins, wearing her Mile High Wrestling ThrowDown Championship has a solitary spotlight follow her from the entrance ramp to the northern-facing ring apron.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: The following match is for one fall!! Making her way to the ring first… weighing in at 115 pounds….. residing in Malibu, California……. she is the Mile High Wrestling ThrowDown Champion… “The Adorkable Angel” Azurine Vebbins!!!

Along the way, Ms. Vebbins pirouettes, skanks, and twirls like a whirling dervish down to the ring.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Azurine Vebbins looking to bounce back from her devastating loss to Bullet at the Spectacular.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: You know, everyone keeps talking about how badly Azurine loss, but what about the fact that Bullet is just that good? It could’ve be been anyone getting their ass handed to them two weeks ago.

Azurine keeps dancing until getting onto the northern ringside apron and climbing through the middle and bottom ring ropes. Upon entering the ring, she hands her belt to the referee and dutifully awaits further instruction.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: She definitely looks more focused than she was two weeks ago.

“Professional Griefers” by Deadmau5 begins playing throughout the Arena, as the lighta strobe to the beat.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: And now the Mile High debut of Webb Constantine.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Both these ladies appeared together in Wild Wrestlimg Unleashed.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: That was a wrestling promotion?

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Yes. Only lasted two episodes before being canceled. But nonetheless…

From behind the curtains, out steps “Earth’s Great-Assed Hero” Webb Constantine.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And her opponent… weighing in at 102 pounds….. from Buena Park, California……. “Earth’s Great-Assed Hero” Webb Constantine!!!

Webb heads down the ramp, working her hips. She slowly slides into the ring and gets ready.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well, we know Azurine will defend her ThrowDown Championship to Zombie at Rise Again. But let’s see how she fares in this non-title match.

Match Official: Regina Ball

Azurine Vebbins
Webb Constantine

As The bell sounded, Webb looked cocky and confident on her side of the ring, while Azurine looked very focused. The crowd broke out in a “Shush Her Tush” chant, which hyped Azurine up even more while making Webb roll her eyes.

Finally the two locked up in the middle and Azurine dropped her with a hip toss. The crowd was cheering loud for Azurine Vebbins.

When Webb got back to her feet and approached Azurine, “Mrs. Most Marketable” brought two knees up into Webb’s sternum before hitting her with a hard superkick, and then finishing her with the last step in her Sweetheart Sock Hop. Azurine went for the pin.





Azurine Vebbins

Match Length: 01:23

“Problem” by Postmodern Jukebox begins playing throughout the arena, as Denver stands on their feet cheering for the ThrowDown Champion.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And the winner of this Match… Azurine Vebbins!!!

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well, what a way to bounce back from Mile High Spectacular. Azurine with a flawless victory.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Quick win by Azurine Vebbins. She sure shushed her tush, Ray.

Azurine Vebbins celebrates in the ring.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: On July 21, Azurine Vebbins will defend her gold against Zombie in a Last Dame Dancing Match. I hope Zombie is ready.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Definately going to be a major match. And we both know Zombie will actually put up a fight, unlike Earth’s Great Assed Hero.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Yeah, a “great ass” is definately the only thing going for that chick…

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: She’s got nothing on Azurine Vebbins when it comes to that, neither.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well… lets take a quick break, Jen. We’ll be back folks.

A video package airs with a dark vibe to it, eerie rock music playing in the background. The silhouette of a large man is shown throughout. The man is revealed to be former HcW and PCW superstar; Gabriel Ohio. The video ends with the words; “NEXT WEEK”.

“I Remember Everything” by Five Finger Death Punch begins to play, as smoke feels the entrance way.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: The following match is for one fall!! Making his way to the ring first… weighing in at 185 pounds….. from The Underworld……. Raven Trueblood!!!

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: And here comes Raven Trueblood.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Creepy guy…

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: His nephew talks very positively about him.

All of a sudden from the rafters we see a black crow, then Raven Trueblood walks up to the crow and looks at it before screaming as the lights go out.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Like I said….creepy…

Raven appears in the ring, waiting for the soul he will defeat.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Yeah….that was interesting, to say the least.

The lights dim in the arena and cast the arena in a red glow, and for a moment — only a moment — the crowd quiets down just a smidge. The guitar riff opening that carries throughout the rest of Asking Alexandria’s “Into the Fire” breaks out and brings the crowd to their feet — both in a positive and negative reaction, completely mixed.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: And this has got to be Finn Whelan…


Just as the first line of the song is screamed, Finn Whelan appears not from behind the curtain, but from one of the visitor’s entrances. He stops at the top of the steps for a moment, a slight smirk on his face as he glances at the people around him, and then sets his eyes upon the ring below.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And his opponent… weighing in at 204 pounds….. from Seattle, Washington……. he is “The Seattle Saint”, FINN WHEEEEELLLAAAAAAAAAN!!!!

Finn makes his way down slowly, ignoring the people around him, though a few fans clap him on the shoulders as he descends.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: From standing in front of all the Shieldmaidens, tonight he is put to the test.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: A lot of hype behind this guy, for sure. We’re about to see if he can really hang.

At the barrier, Finn slings himself over and slides immediately underneath the bottom rope and leaps to his feet in the center of the ring. He heads directly for the ropes in front of him, and hops up onto the bottom one, bouncing slightly as he looks back at the crowd, choosing a few choice words to share with them.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: With all due respect, Ray…I’m sure he can hang. He’s won championships. We’re a Denver based company. This man has wrestled all over the country at least.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: We might be Denver based, but I truly believe we have the toughest talent right here in Denver. Point blank period.

Finn drops down from the bottom rope, and pulls off his vest as he heads to his place against the turnbuckle, leaning into it as his music fades out.

Match Official: John Paul Vigil

Finn Whelan
Raven Trueblood

Finn Whelan looked at Raven Trueblood like he just couldn’t take him serious at all. Raven looked focus.

When they got face to face, Raven threw the first punch. Finn shook it off and threw a right of his own, knocking Raven back a little bit.

Raven shook it off and ran at Finn with a clothesline. Finn got back to his feet, and Raven kicked him in the gut before giving him a vicious powerbomb.

Raven ran to the ropes and came back with a leg drop onto Finn.

Raven Trueblood got to his feet and took a second to look around the Magness Arena.

Finn stumbled back to his feet, and Raven took him back down with The End Is Near!

Raven went for the pinfall victory.




Raven scooted back to the corner, and sat waiting for Finn to get back to his feet. Once he did, Raven pulled himself up and took Finn down with The Byte From Hell.

Raven went for the pin again.




Raven Trueblood

Match Length: 01:41

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Wow!! Maybe Finn should’ve took Raven Trueblood a little more serious.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: The man is a multi-time champion in the wrestling world.

“I Remember Everything” by Five Finger Death Punch begins playing throughout the arena.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And the winner of this Match… Raven Trueblood!!!

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: I’m in shock though. I won’t lie.

Raven Trueblood sits down Indian style in the middle of the ring, as the Denver fans look on in shock at how quickly this match ended.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Not in shock because Raven Trueblood won, but just how easily he won.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well like you said, Finn Whelan seemed to not be taking Raven serious at all. Even on social media.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Raven Trueblood is no Rayne Young. He’s a hungry competitor.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Nonetheless, Raven Trueblood will join Tyke Index in two weeks to face Bullet in a Triple Threat Match with the Phoenix Championship on the line.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: The HcW guys are making way in Mile High.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Indeed they are. Let’s take a break.

“Bury Me With My Guns On” by Bobaflex begins to play over the PA and the crowd erupts. Half of the crowd is cheering while the other half is booing, as “The Lost Child” Solomon Cain steps out onto the entrance way.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well, here comes Solomon Cain. He wasn’t booked in a match tonight, so you can only wonder what his business is out here. Hopefully he will be explaining what the hell has been going on.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: He’s clearly taken the second loss to Skrabz very hard. He’s got a cigarette in his mouth and a bottle of what looks to be Jack Daniels in his hand.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Its the ONLY two losses he has suffered in Mile High, altogether. I don’t see why he’s beating himself up so badly about it.

Solomon stops at the top of the entrance way and looks around at the crowd. Solomon takes the Newport from his mouth and flips it out of view and then finishes off the bottle of Jack Daniels he holds in his left hand.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: This is kind of sad to watch. I wish he would talk to someone.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I’m thinking he’s about to talk to all of us, Jen.

Solomon finishes the bottle and tosses the bottle down, it bounces off the entrance way a bit, but does not break.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: He’s drunk. He’s going to lose his job.

The camera zooms in close on Solomon’s face and reveals his eyes are bloodshot, and show no emotion just as the rest of his face shows no emotion. Solomon begins a steady walk to the ring, paying no attention to the fans as he marches to the ring.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Should I just escort him back to the back?

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: No…

Solomon grabs a microphone from ringside and climbs into the ring. He is noticeably not dressed for wrestling, as he is still wearing his street clothes, that look like they haven’t been washed in days, which match his hair that seems ungroomed as well.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Lets hear what he has to say…

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: I don’t know if this is the time and place for him to talk…

The music fades out and the crowd becomes silent. Solomon though does not speak, he simply stands in the middle of the ring in silence. His face of stone begins to change in emotion ranging from sadness, to anger. A Denver crowd is buzzing with mixed reactions.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Come on, can we send some people from the back to take him away until he at least sobers up.

The crowd begins to quiet down as Solomon finally moves the microphone to his mouth.

{{{Solomon Cain}}}: I…I…

Solomon stops talking and drops the microphone to his side. The fans are buzzing again, mixed on how to take this. Solomon stands in the middle of the ring taking it all in.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: If he embrasses himself, then its on him, Jen. He’s his own man.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: We are a family, Ray. I care about him.

After a couple of minutes, he raises the microphone to his mouth again bringing a silence to the crowd.

{{{Solomon Cain}}}: I just wanted…I just wanted to…

“LONG LIVE THE KING!” a single voice from ringside is heard screaming. This brings the anti-Lost Child half of the crowd to begin chanting “SKRABZ, SKRABZ, SKRABZ!”. The pro-Solomon half brings to chant “SUCKS!” after each “Skrabz”, but the crowd is brought silent when Solomon yells.

{{{Solomon Cain}}}: ENOUGH!

The crowd becomes dead silent. The camera closes up on Solomon’s face which wears a mask of anger as he breathes heavy and a bit of saliva appears on the corner of his mouth.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: He’s definitely bothered by his loss two weeks ago.

{{{Solomon Cain}}}: I….Fuck it.

The camera pans back as Solomon throws the microphone down. Solomon pulls his leather vest off, and throws it into the corner. Solomon grabs his flannel shirt and rips it off, which gets a strange small cheer. Solomon stairs at the camera and pulls his Ka-Bar knife from the sheath that hangs from his belt.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Man, what the fuck is he about to do?

Solomon holds the knife in his left hand and sticks his right arm out, turning his palm to the sky. Solomon digs the knife into his wrist and begins pulling the knife up his forearm. The crowd shrieks in horror, but then a cheer begins.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: These people are cheering this?! Please send some damn help!!!

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Yeah, now is the time to definitely send some help…

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Send some fucking help, guys!!!

As Solomon is pulling the knife up his wrist, Tyke Index jumps the security railing with a steel chair in hand.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Now is not the time for this, Tyke!

Tyke slides into the ring and spins Solomon around. Solomon’s face has a look of shock, which quickly turns to pain as Tyke lands a kick to the groin.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Uncalled for!!

Solomon drops the knife as he crumbles to his knees and holds his crotch. Tyke lifts the chair up and over his head and brings it slamming down into the skull of Solomon Cain, knocking Solomon to the mat. The crowd erupts in cheers, either cheers for Tyke Index or cheers for him stopping an apparent suicide attempt by Solomon Cain.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I dont know. Now to think about it, at least someone stopped that man from killing himself. That would have been a horrible thing to happen on live tv.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Its already a horrible thing…

Tyke throws the chair down and grabs the microphone that Solomon had earlier.

{{{Tyke Index}}}: I guess I found the lost fuckin’ MAN.

Solomon slowly tries to catch himself and get back to his feet by crawling up the knees of Tyke Index, Solomon looks up at Tyke. Tyke sniggers before lifting the chair high over his head and crashing it down on the skull of Solomon one more time. Tyke then begins to speak again as the crowd are completely split with jeers and cheers.

{{{Tyke Index}}}: If only it was that easy, if only it was that fuckin’ easy. See Solomon, Mr. Lost Man, if I’m living this life then you by god are to. If you want a miserable existance, all you had to do was ask. I’ve lived a miserable existance the past year and last week you robbed me of my perfect ending. Now? Now I rob you of everything you have left. I’m going to make death look like the easy way.

Solomon starts to slowly show signs of moving again, saliva dripping down his beard and blood now also starting to flow from his forehead. Tyke Index places the chair down and takes a few back steps before eventually propelling and decimating Solomons skull into the steel chair with a Coke Mountain!

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Alright, you stopped him from ending his life. Now leave him alone!

Tyke picks up the mic one last time with the crowd in complete shock.

{{{Tyke Index}}}: You really want to come face to face with death Solomon? I don’t think you do, but let’s just say you’re telling the truth. Let’s just say you REALLY want to face death, if you REALLY want to face death then on July 21st at Rise Again I dare you to meet your maker, I dare you to meet Tyke Index…

Tyke Index drops the microphone as the camera pans in on the crimson mask of Solomon Cain.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: The challenge has been made. But after all of that, I dont even know if Solomon will still have a job after tonight. The man needs to seek help.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Can someone please come out here?!

“Are you dizzy blud?”

The voice of Skrabal Stanzas echoes around the arena and is immediately cut off as “The Realest” by Onyx explodes through the speaker system.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: It’s time for the main event, Jen.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: I been waiting all night for this.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: For the main event? Or to see your lil crush?

“Who’s the realest is it you?! (YEAH! YEAH!)
Who’s the illest is it you?! (YEAH! YEAH!)”

Skrabz walks out from the back, a slow swagger in his step and an arrogant expression on his face. Tox and Shox, The Brix City Boyz, follow closely behind him with their Mile High Tag Team Title belts hanging loosely from their necks.

“It’s that time we about to lift off
Let off the ratchets, full metal jackets blow your head off backwards
Attack with, everything
Let that mac eleven ring, like bill collectors”

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: You’re kind of quiet, Jen.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Just taking it in…

Tox and Shox stand either side of Skrabz, with Tox on his left and Shox on his right as we view them. Skrabz lifts his black Toll Gang hoody at his waist, revealing the Mile High Championship Title belt worn beneath it. He unclasps the belt and catches it in his right hand. Tox and Shox remove their Tag Team belts from around their necks and hold them high in the air with both hands. Just as the BCB lower their belts Skrabz thrusts his Mile High championship belt high into the air with his right hand.

“Every nigga on the run
In the city that we from
We catchin’ wreck on wreck like rush hour
You don’t want niggas like us to get power”

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well, Skrabz will be defending his Championship against Bullet at Rise Again, on July 21. And BCB will defend their gold against the Shieldmaidens in two weeks at Episode Nineteen.

With their Tag Team titles resting over their shoulders Tox and Shox march towards the ring side by side, quickly and confidently, with their body language oozing aggression and intensity. Skrabz follows behind them, scanning the crowd as he makes his way down the aisle while showing off his Mile High Championship.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: The following match is the main event of the night, and is a Six Person Tag Match for one fall!!! Making their way to the ring… weighing in at a combined weight of 830 pounds….. from London, England……. the Mile High Wrestling Tag Team Champions… Da Brix City Boyz….. and the Mile High Wrestling Champion himself… Skrabz….. they are Toll Gang!!!

“United we stand divided we fall
Hammers’ll draw, man down ya man on the floor”

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: We got drool all over the commentary table here, folks.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Shut up…

At the end of the entrance Tox and Shox make their way to opposite sides of the ring. Both men jump up on to the ring apron at the same time then climb over the top rope. Once in the ring they walk at each other and meet in the middle with an aggressive chest bump which knocks each of them back a couple of steps. Skrabz slides under the bottom rope and the three men meet in the centre of the ring looking out into the crowd, facing the hard camera.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: He’s the realest, Ray.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: He’s the Mile High Wrestling Champion.

All three once again lift their title belts high into the air.

“Who’s the realest is it you?! (YEAH! YEAH!)
Who’s the illest is it you?! (YEAH! YEAH!)
Who the realest in here?”

The music fades out as the three take to their corner. Skrabz leans against the turnbuckle with his arms folded in front of him as Tox and Shox shove each other around, hyping one another up for their match.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Skrabz Will be getting a taste of Bullet in this match, four weeks before their one on one showdown.

The lights dim and the crowd starts to murmur in anticipation. Three Days Grace’s “Riot” starts playing and the Shieldmaidens’ logo pops up on the entrance screen.

“If you feel so empty
So used up, so let down
If you feel so angry
So ripped off, so stepped on
You’re not the only one
Refusing to back down
You’re not the only one
So get up”


Shieldmaidens’ President, Alex “Bullet” Carbajal, steps out first wearing her Mile High Wrestling Phoenix Championship, to her immediate right stands her fellow group member, Jackie “Bandit” Layton, to her left, Wendy “Zombie” Stevens. Stepping out to take their places on either end of the line are a pair of tattooed sisters, “Psycho” Saoirse Maguire on the far right, Aoife “Banshee” Maguire on the far left. Slipping in to the right is another tattooed woman, Katrina “Knox” Knox. With all six in place, Bullet nods and they stare the ring down like it owes them all money.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: The Shieldmaidens have always been described as the most dominant group in Mile High Wrestling. But right now Toll Gang has all the gold.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Well, Bullet still has the Phoenix Championship; which she will be defending to Tyke Inex and Raven Trueblood in two weeks.

“Let’s start a riot, a riot
Let’s start a riot
Let’s start a riot, a riot
Let’s start a riot”


{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And their opponents, making their way to the ring… weighing in at a combined weight of 360 pounds….. from New Orleans, Lousiana……. they are being accompanied to the ring by their fellow Shieldmaidens….. they are Jackie “Bandit” Layton, “Psycho” Saoirse Maguire, and the Mile High Wrestling Phoenix Champion; Alex “Bullet” Carbajal… The Shieldmaidens!!!!!

As the chorus rages over the speakers, Bullet leads her group to the ring. They surround the ring, Bandit and Psycho going around the right while Zombie and Aoife go to the left. Knox follows Bandit and Psycho and then keeps going so as to give the ring at least one ‘Maiden on all four sides.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Samantha Hamilton the only Shieldmaiden missing, as we all know she is currently on her honeymoon.

“If you feel so filthy
So dirty, so fucked up
If you feel so walked on
So painful, so pissed off
You’re not the only one
Refusing to go down
You’re not the only one
So get up”


They nod to each other as they wait for the chorus to kick in again.

“Let’s start a riot, a riot
Let’s start a riot
Let’s start a riot, a riot
Let’s start a riot”


{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: Its about to go down, Ray…

As soon as it starts, Bullet nods and the six women all climb up into the ring and make their way to the middle, taking their places as they face the hard camera in the same order they stood on the stage. The chorus plays again and Bullet raises her fist, the other five doing the same in unison, all seemingly ready to conquer the world before them.

Match Official: Jack Glascock

Six Person Tag Match
Toll Gang
The Shieldmaidens

The match started with Tox and Psycho. Tox stepped to the center of the ring and called Psycho to join him.

Psycho stepped up and the two exchanged some words. Psycho finally sent a chop across Tox’s chest. He laughed.

Psycho didnt take kindly to his reaction and put him on his ass with the Header!

As Tox sat on the mat, Psycho quickly connected her knee to his skull.

Psycho tagged in Bandit.

Bandit waited for Tox to get to his feet and went for her One-Armed Bandit!!!

But Tox got out before she connected and took her down with a back breaker. Tox tagged in Shox.

Bandit wobbled back to her feet, holding her lower back. Shox put her right back down with a big boot. Shox then ran to the ropes and came back with a leg drop over her chest.

Bandit scurried backwards to the corner of the ring, trying to stay up. Shox ran at her and smooshed her with a running corner splash.

Tox helped her fall face first faster by pushing hard at the back of her head as she fell. Tox then went to the top rope as the fans were cheering.

Tox came down onto Bandit with his Top Rope Frog Splash!!!

But Bandit rolled out of the way, and then tried to catch her breath.

Babdit climbed to the top rope and came down onto Shox with a moonsault.

Bandit stayed on her knees for a second to look at Shox, before she got up and went back to the top rope.

This time she dropped down on Shox with a 450 splash.

Bandit smirked looking at her Shieldmaiden sisters, before going to the top rope again and coming down on Shox with a shooting star press.

Bandit stood in the center of the ring and looked around the Magness Arena as the Shieldmaidens started chanting “Snowbird Splash” until the fans joined in.

Bandit smiled and went to the top rope one more time as the fans erupted in cheers.

Bandit came down onto Shox with her Snowbird Splash!!! But out of nowhere, Skrabz caught her as she came down into the Mic Check!!!!!

Denver went nuts!!!

Bullet climbed into the ring and ran at Skrabz with kicks and punches. The two were brawling, and then Tox and Psycho were in the ring brawling. The referee was trying to break them all up.

The ref was able to finally get things back in order. Skrabz would finally get tagged into the match later, and ended up facing off with Psycho. He requested Bullet, but Psycho said she wanted to fight.

Skrabz gave her what she wanted and got the best of her until she finally tagged in Bullet.

Bullet came in red hot, taking Skrabz down over and over. She was literally kicking and punching Skrabz all over the ring in every way possible, until Skrabz just stopped it all with a Mic Check out of nowhere!!

Skrabz didn’t even go for the pin though. He instead sat there for a minute trying to catch his breath from Bullet’s quickness.

The two didn’t fight each other much longer before Skrabz tagged in Shox.

Shox went to stomping away on Bullet until she was able to get to her feet, and she started taking it to the Tag Champion.

Bullet would eventually tag Psycho back in and Psycho and Shox would brawl, until Psycho missed a thrown punch at Shox and hit Tox on the apron.

Tox climbed in the ring, as did Bandit. And then Skrabz and Bullet were back in the ring and it was an all out brawl again.

Shox lifted Bandit over his head and threw her out of the ring and into the Shieldmaidens at ringside, taking them all down.

Skrabz took Bullet down with the Snare Clap!!!

Skrabz got back on the ring apron as Shox tagged him back in. All three members of Toll Gang stood in the ring as BCB together lifted Psycho up in a flapjack, where Skrabz caught her on the way down into the Mic Check!!!

Skrabz went for the pin.




Toll Gang

Match Length: 15:39

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: And they call that Toll Collection!!

“Next Hype” by Tempa T begins playing throughout the arena.

{{{Meozha Zhanae}}}: And the winners of this m….

The outside Shieldmaidens slide into the ring and attack all three members of Toll Gang, as the music fades out.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: What the hell is this?

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: I’d say that’s revenge for Shox throwing Bandit at them.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: They were in the way!

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: Well, they obviously dont see it that way.

Bandit joins in on the assault, as there are mixed reactions in the Magness Arena.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: There’s obviously more Shieldmaidens than there are Toll Gang members.

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: They definitely have the number advantage. But Toll Gang has the size.

Toll Gang and the Shieldmaidens are really throwing hands. The camera reveals Bandit got her lip busted at some point in this aftermath brawl.

{{{Jen Vallejos}}}: My goodness!! This fight is getting out of hand!

{{{Ray Hudson}}}: We need to get this fight broken up.

We go off air as Bullet rolls into the ring to join the action.

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