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    EPISODE #001

    " Redemption is for those that are poor at heart,- Travis Gerweck "

    *****

    Today's Password; " Bret Hart is an overrated piece of shit... "


    Deep down underneath the EAM headquarters is a basement. It's a maze of storage rooms and corridoors, and a unfamiliar soul could easily get lost amongst all these sets and turning points. Behind one of the many, many doors, it's a very well hidden secret. Not many people know of it, and those who does find themselves in a pretty exclusive company. The door is guarded by a gorilla of a man (Norwegian Strongman Lars Rørbakken) and you need a password to proceed further. A password who changes every day at the fly. If you are one of the lucky ones to know of this place, you know that behind the door is a room, revealing a black colored wrestling ring with the name EAM Underground in yellow, almost golden typing on the canvas. The room is gloomy lit by light who's also golden colored rather than usual yellow. It gived the whole place a very intimate atmosphere. There are no room for spectators around the ring, but a small gallery above the ring gives the chance for the lucky few to spectate the matches from above together with a small commentators table. Behind the table sits none other than Eddie Kingston and Homicide. They welcome us to the first every taping of EAM Underground. Darker, gritter, and more un-polished than what EAM fans are used to see on the EAM network, but they are sure the fans will like what they get out of this. The rules of this place is a bit different from Jambore and Pride, but the fans will be introduced to them eventually. There is not many to be honest. The most important one is, That there is no rules! But now, let's go to the arena, as we are going to get a short introduction from the boss around here. Music then cranks the arena speakers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4066U5H9bhk . JBL makes his way out to the ring and enters it trough the ropes before gesturing for a microphone. There are no ring-crew around here, so the bellkeeper hands him one. JBL welcomes everyone to the first taping of EAM Underground, a more special product than the ones you are all used to, hopefully. And hopefully you will like what you get. The roster of EAM Underground are not the biggest as of right now, but he's sure more will come eventually. But, he's got some unique talent, and he really hope they can make themselves at home in this unique enviroment. But enough rambling. We will go over how thing works etc. eventually, BUT, he can assure everyone one thing. Winning is the only thing that matters, but it doesn't matter how. He als makes sure that some very special matches and stipulations will be added eventually, but for this first episode, you will have to settle for some good old fashioned stiff rasslin'! He then tells everyone that he won't waste anymore of their time (refering mostly to the TV audience, as the people in the arena is just a bunch of unfamiliar wrestler for the most up in the gallery. JBL leaves the ring for this time, leaving it open for the ring announcer to enter the ring and announce the first match, who is the lovely Madi Maxx. She introduced the first two competitors, rather unknown names, but that's the whole meaning behind this project. Kingston and Homicide at the commentators table explains to the viewers that the ranking system of EAM Underground will all be based on points, and this is quite simple. You get 3 points for a win. 1 point if the match under any circumstances ends in a double knockout or pinfall. Losing a match will deduct 2 points from your score. It's all about the points, because in the end, it's the ones with the most points who will benefit from taking it one step further to prove themselves. Talking about proving himself, the first competitor to enter the ring is a pretty unknown individual to most. But if he manage to prove eberyone wrong, this might ne his stepping stone to furher and higher ventures. Vaughn Vertigo is only 24 years old, but has already made quite a stirr on the indy scene all over the world. His opponent however has actually went one match in EAM before, as he sqaured off against " The Comedian " Tom Segura at no other place than the grandest stage of them all, Grandslam. In his home country of Ireland, he is concidered somewhat a living legend. But does he has what it takes to scruff with the young boys?

    Vertigo makes his way into the ring first where he takes the time to shoot a short promo. He talks about how legends tends to be glorified, especially as years go by. He does not know Douglas personally, and thank god for that. But he's sure he was a average athlete in his prime. But, beating the crap out of a mediocre comedian who couldn't ben have defended his honor against a fierce house-cat, I found that spectale rather boring, and un-convincing. He get's brutally distured by this point as music cranks the area speakers (It might be ok to mention that the so called " arena " is made sound-proof by the newest of sound-proofing materials on the market. Out on the stage walks none other than mister Douglas O'Shea himself. And he seems pretty determined on the task ahead. This will be the first official matchup under the Underground name it seems. The commentators reminds us of the rules around here. Basicly there are no rules. Both men enters the sqaured circle. Vaughn might very soon regret his earlier utterings, as Douglas seems pretty pepped up and ready to draw blood. Then the bell rings and it's officially underway.

    Singles Matchup
    Vaughn Vertigo Vs Douglas O'Shea

    Madi almost doesn't manage to escape the ring before the beatdown starts. Douglas goes hogwild on Vaughn who quickly finds himself crumbles in one of the corners. O'Shea sends vicious rights and left fists at Vaughn, who has more than enough with defending himself at this point. Douglas then grabs Vaughn and lifts him up. He makes ready to deliver a powerbomb, but Vaughn manage to get out of the hold. Not to much help however, as he finds himself right in the middle of the impact from a big brutal clothesline from O'Shea. He goes down hard! O'Shea covers 1...2...3!

    **********

    After the match, O'Shea grabs a microphone and cut's a short promo, telling everyone in the gallery and those at home that he's not the one to play games. He's not here to give everyone a good time. No! The only one around here who's going to have a good time will be him, as he wreaks his way trough the ranks, leaving casualities behind him like a freaking tanks! He get's some booo's and insults from the guys in the gallery. O'Shea then picks out one of them, telling him that next week, it's his turn!

    We then go to the gallery in which the commentator table is placed unlike at ringside where you normally would see the commentator tables. Homicide and Kingston talks about the brutal and dominant performance by O'Shea, and they next week they will probably get another dominant performance as he takes on Anthony Henry, who's no greenhorn when it comes to competing inside the sqaured circle. He's wrestled for various promotions, like Full Impact Pro, Evolve and the NWA. It will be a interesting bout no doubt. Speaking of interesting bouts, our next collision sure is an interesting one as well. Ruffneck has one match in EAM from before, in which he lost to Dave Mastiff at The second CrissCross Collision PPV in Turkmenistan. Robert Dreissker, better known in his circuits as Avalanche is an Austrian wrestler, best known from his escapades in Germany's Westside Xtreme Wrestling. He's a interesting performer, but will his debut go as he hopes, as he faces off against a Ruffneck who wants to retribute himself.

    Singles Matchup
    " Avalanche " Robert Dreissker Vs Ruffneck

    It's a evenly contest as both men gets in some offence. A test of strenght in the middle of the ring results in a bearhug by Avalanceh on Ruffneck, but it's quickly turn into a belly to bellt suplex! Ruffneck is the first one to get back on his feet and he goes for the ropes, but Avalanche is back up and the attempts is stopped as they collide in the middle of the ring. Avalanche get a grab of Ruffneck's leg for a submission manouver but Ruffneck quickly rolls out of the ring to avoid it. He try to re-collect outside but quickly find himself in the middle of a new assault as Avalanche leaps trough the ropes. Both men crashes down on the concrete. The impact seemed harder than it was as both men quickly are back on their feet, starting to throw punches at each other. Homocide and Kingston then reminds us that there is no count out's here in EAM Underground, as much as there is no DQ's. Both men scruffle for a while outside the ring before Avalanche is the one to get the upper hand as he irishwhips Ruffneck straight into the steel steps. With quite an impact to say the least. Avalanche makes the best of the situation and lifts Ruffneck up and rolls him into the ring for a cover. But Ruffneck kicks out at the one count. Avalanche then lifts Ruffneck up and irishwhips him into the corner, before charging for a run and a corner splash. But Ruffneck gets his boot up in time to stop the attack, and this time it's he who has the advantage for a split second. He charges and grabs a hold of Avalanche's head, delivering a stunning bulldog. He goes for the cover, but Avalance kicks out at the two count. Homicide and Kingston now reminds us about the time limit here in EAM Underground, as all matches has a 10 minute time limit as long as it's not the main event, who has a 30 minute time limit. Avalanche and Ruffneck have now already passed seven minutes on the clock. Another exchange of punches in the middle of the ring between both men before Ruffneck goes for a risky manouver. It backfires however as Avalance caughts him and delivers a devastating Death Valley Driver for the fall and the three count.

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    *** Main Event ***
    Singles Matchup
    Blanco Loco Vs Senza Volto

    Our main event is between two relatively unknown guys. Kingston makes a joke about the fact that might have something to do with both of them wearing masks. We are seemingly up for a fast-paced and athletic matchup with these two, at least that's we can expect. And as the bell rings, that is just exactly what we get. The pace is so fast in fact that Homicide and Kingston have trouble calling the action for a short while. Both men get in some moves as they jump and flash all over the ring with irishwhips, armdrags and all sorts of various minor moves to get the small crowd up in the gallery started. (To make one thing clear, the guys up in the gallery are mostly other wrestlers also competing in EAM Underground, so there is never a bad moment to send some messages to the guys above (pun intended) ). Neither man seem to get the upper hand in the opening minutes of the match, and remember, this match has a 30 minute time limit since it is the main event. Lionsault from the middle rope from Volto onto Loco, but only a one count. Seated senton into a pin from Loco only ends in a two count. The exchange goes back and forth for a while. Neither man seems to want to lose this. Capoeira kick from nowhere by Loco, but Volto manage to get out of harms way, he grabs Loco by the waists and sends him backwards into the corner with a devastating suplex. He then goes for the corner and charges. He runs past the ring and sends a boot straight into Loco's face before quickly lifting him up on the top turnbuckle. He grabs a hold, and leaps off while still holding onto Loco. Superplex from the top turnbuckle! They land with a monstrus crash. Volto makes the cover 1....2...NO! Loco kicks out before the three count, but just barely. It takes some strength and willpower to kick out after a impact like that. But Volto wastes no time. He grabs Loco's arm and lifts him up, but Loco gets out of the hold and instead put him in a submission manouver. But it's to close to the ropes, and it does not take Volto much of an effort to reach the ropes. But then he realize that rope break does not matter here in EAM Underground. Uh Oh, he might be in trouble now. Loco thightens the grip as Volto try to use the ropes to his advantage despite the no rope breaks rule. He finally manage to get free of Loco's grip and use the ropes to slide himself out to safety and out of the ring. The commentators informs us that the match has passed the 10 minutes mark at this point. Volto does not get much time to retaliate as Loco leaps over the top rope and crashes down on him. They both hit the guardrail in the process. After a short ruffle outside the ring, both men re-enters the ring and continue the match there. Hurricanrana from Loco into a pin results in yet another kick out at one. Volto with a serious of dropkicks, first to Loco's knee's, then a vicious kick to the head. He covers, but Loco kicks out at two. Volto first back on his feet now and he goes for the turnbuckles. He climbs the top turnbuckle and leaps off. Shooting Star Press! But there is nobody home. Loco manage to roll aside in the right moment and Volto lands on the hard canvas. Loco makes a quick cover 1...2...Volto kicks out. Loco makes another cover, this time using the ropes for leverage. 1....2....Volto kicks out again. Now this time it's Loco who climbs the turnbuckles. Shooting Star Press! He does one of his own! And he connects! Volto does not manage to roll out of the way in time. Loco makes the cover 1.....2.....No! Volto kicks out! Loco can't believe it, and this actually made quite a stirr from the boys up on the gallery as well. Both men back on their feet again exchanging punches and kicks this time. Volto with a yakuza kick like manouver sets Loco out of place and he quickly seizes the moment. He goes for the ropes. Lionsault from the middle rope. It connects! But he does not go for the cover, however he once again goes for the top ropes. He climbs the turnbuckle, poses on the top before once again leaping off in a beautiful Shooting Star Press. And this time it connects! He covers 1.....2.....No! Blanco Loco kicks out! He can't believe it, and neither can Kingston and Homicide on commentary. I think nobody was expecting such a spectacle of exchanging moves before this match kicked off. Kingston also informs that they are close to hit the twenty minute mark. The battle continues, but it seems neither man can lose at this point. Then, something strange happens. It starts all sudden, almost like a white-noise in the background, but as the seconds go buy, the sound gets higher. When it comes to the point that you can actually hear what the sound is, it baffles more than the guys in the ring, but it's them who soon will feel the most of the impact of the revelation. The sound gets even higher, and now you can hear it, it's like a chant of sorts. " Ole, Ole, Ole, Ole......" Then the lights starts to flicker and all of a sudden they are all out. The chanting continues, stronger and stronger. And now, it's reached the point that everone can hear it. " Ole, Ole, Ole Ole! " then the lights gets back on. And the revelation is standing in the middle of the ring in form of a luchador wearing a very familiar mask and cape. Allthough the usual red is switched with the color of the night. Volto and Loco looks at each other, and for a short moment, they let bygones be bygones and team up, attacking the familiar but yet unknown newcomer. But their efforts are futile. The newcomer quickly outsmarts them and single handedly expose of them one by one before throwing both men out of the ring. Homicide and Kingston explains that allthough the match officially still is going on, it does not seem like Loco and Volto are very interested in continuing. Their focus right now is on the cocky newcomer that just threw them out of the ring and hogged the limelight. The time limit are creeping up to 30 minutes at this point as well. The masked man in the ring gesture for them to come back in and get some, but neither man seems interested. And after a short while the bell rings and the match is ruled a time-limit draw. This concludes the first episode of EAM Underground, a show you cannot watch on the EAM Network (for some reason).....

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    We find ourselves in a office of sorts, allthough it resembles more of storage room with a desk. JBL is talking with someone we cannot see, as the only thing we can see is the back of his head. JBL explains how he things this first show came out pretty good. Offcourse there is always things they can do better and such, but all in all, he thinks it turned out good. He then hands over a stack of money to the guy, who accepts, takes it and put it in the pocket inside out his suit. JBL then asks the person a more serious question, and that is if he can trust him. The person says yes, and JBL says, he better tell the truth, because what they do here is highly unsanctioned by EAM Promotions, and cannot be revealed for the puclic under any circumstances. The guy says he understands. JBL then asks if he can keep an eagle eye on everything happening around here. And report to him if he sees anything peculiar of suspicious. The last thing they need is a mole rummaging about....


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    SHOW Summary

    (1) Douglas O'Shea defeated Vaughn Vertigo after a vicious clothesline.
    Then challenged Anthony Henry to a match next week.

    (2) " Avalanche " Robert Dreissker defeated Ruffneck after a Death Valley Driver.

    (3) Blanco Loco Vs Senza Volto went to a time-limit draw after the interference of a black colored " El Generico ??? "
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    EPISODE #002

    " Friends are the worst enemies you can have,- Emil A."

    *****

    Today's Password; " Chris was innocent... "



    In a gloomy lit, wet and humid tunnel that could easily have been deep down the sewage system, sits a person. All by himself he is humming a tune, playing with a source of light, a lighter it seems. Light flickers from the lighter and all of a sudden, moths starts to fly around the persons head. He starts to laugh. First pretty low, but then it turns into a maniacly shriek. The moths still flapping around his head...

    In the arena Homicide and Kingston welcomes us to another edition of EAM Underground where much fresh blood will show off tonight. We will also see a match between " The Irish Devil " Douglas O'Shea, as he challenged Anthony Henry to a match last week. They also mention the incident during last weeks main event, and are as clueless as everyone else. We just have to wait and see. Madi Maxx is inside the ring ready to announce the participants for our first match. Wild Boar is an Welsh wrestler with a lot of potential. He's been working for WWE under the NXT UK brand, before that doing matches all across Europe. His opponent has worked for promotions like Ohio Valley Wrestling and TNA. He was also briefly in WWE's NXT brand a part of Sanity. Both men truly wants to make a name of themselves.


    Singles Matchup
    Wild Boar Vs Madman Fulton

    For the TNA Impact Pro fans out there, Madman Fulton is not a unknown name, but for those who doesn't know him, he is truly a name to remember. His opponent for tonights match is a pretty unknown Welsh wrestler, but being unknown doesn't mean he's either boring or bad. Both men goes at it as the bell rings. And from the beginning you can easily see that this would never have been a five star classic. Both men throws furious jabs and punches, and it's not long before blood is spilled as both men are busted open. The brawling leads to more classic wrestling as Wild Boar grabs the hold of Fulton. Atomic Drop followed up by a swinging lariat. Fulton goes down but gets quickly back on his feet. It's actually as it seems the knock made him more focused. Some more exchanging of punches before Fulton is the one to get the upper hand this time. Polish hammer followed by a dropkick sends Boar into he ropes. And the ropes hgets tangles around Wild Boar's hands. He's helpless at this point. Fulton laughs and charges for an attack. Skin the cat! Wow! That was brutal! But the impact actually releases Boar from the entanglement from the ropes. Fulton wastes no time. He charges for a spear, and connects! He sends himself and Wild Boar into the ring apron. That impact must have hurt. You could easily see Wild Boar's back bend over the apron. A couple of punches from Fulton before he grabs a hold of Boar and rolls him back into the ring. He then grabs Boar by the throat and lifst him up, ready to finish it all off with a devastating chokeslam. Wild Boar struggles to get out of the hold, and manage. He goes for the ropes, only to find himself on the other end of a devastating spear again. This takes all the air out of him, but Fulton does not go for the cover. Instead he once again grabs Boar by the throar and lifts him up. And this time the chokeslam connects! Just to rub salt in the wound. He makes the cover and reaches the three count.

    After the match Madman Fulton gets on the microphone and cut's a promo about his expectations. And what they can expect of him. Let this first show off be a little teaser of things to come....

    **********

    Singles Matchup
    Douglas O'Shea Vs Anthony Henry

    O'Shea attacks Henry even before the bell rings, forcing the bellkeeper to start the match. He takes Henry all by surprise, managing to get in a triplet of shots before irishwhipping Henry into the ropes then knocking him down with a high knee. Legdrop from O'Shea onto Henry. He goes for the cover but Henry kicks out at the two count. O'Shea wastest no time and helps Henry back on his feet. A couple of quick chops to Henry's chest before he goes for the ropes. But Henry gets out of the way and grabs O'Shea. But O'Shea quickly gets out of Henry's hold with a couple of quick elbows. Out of the grip he once again goes for the ropes. He bounces off, getting speed. Lariat connects! He goes for a arrogant cover, putting only hus boot on top of Henry's stomach. Henry kicks out at the two count. O'Shea once again helps Henry up by lifting him, but this time Henry sends a couple of shots to the stomach of O'Shea. He wastes no time, DDT from Henry on O'Shea. He covers 1....2...O'Shea kicks out! Both men gets back on their feet now. Some exchange of shots before O'Shea gets the upper hand. He lifts Henry up for a military press. Then connects a devastating samoan drop. This has to be it! He goes for the cover 1....2....No! Anthony Henry kicks out! O'Shea starts to get annoyed. He rips off his shirt (almost like a homage to Hogan) he then once again grabs the hold of Henry's head to pull him back up. Henry sends an elbow to O'Shea's stomach getting out of the grip. He goes for the ropes, jumps up on the second rope and leaps off. But O'Shea grabs him in mid-air. Spinebuster from O'Shea! He makes the cover 1...2...3!

    After the match, O'Shea once again gets to the mic and cut's a short promo, asking if anyone else wants a beating. He looks up on the gallery once again, pointing at yet another one up there. It seems as Douglas O'Shea has pointed out his next victim. Homicide and Kingston confirms that the person O'Shea pointed at is a german wrestler with the name Bobby Gunns. It will be interesting to see what he can bring to the ring that neither Vertigo or Henry could.

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    *** Main Event ***
    Singles Matchup
    Austin Theory Vs Levi Shapiro

    Austin Theory gets quite a little stirr from the gallery as he enters. After all, he is not a unknown name in the pro wrestling business. What ever got to him to come here? Levi Shapiro is a unknown wrestler to many, but he hopes to change that tonight. And what better way than to defeat the favorite? Theory is truly the favorite of this matchup and he dominates the match in the opening minutes. Some exchanges of throws, punches and kicks, but in the end of the chain it's always Theory that gets the upper hand. Nearfall after nearfall, but Shapiro kicks out once and once again. This makes Theory frustrated and he goes for The Unproven Cutter. But Shapiro manage to get out of it and pushes Theory into the corner before charging for an attack. He connects with a brutal dropkick, sending Austin's head straight into the top turnbuckle. Shapiro wastes no time, he lifts Theory up on the top turnbuckle and there is a exchange of throwing fists before it's actually Theory who gets the upper hand. He headbutts Shapiro so he falls backwards into the canvas. He then gets up on his feet on the top turnbuckle, poses before leaping off. Moonsault connects! He covers 1...2...No! Shapiro kicks out again! We have reached the ten minute mark at this point in the match. Some chain-wrestling and grappling on the canvas now that leads to a series of nearfalls again. But everytime, each of them manage to turn the hold over. It ends with both men releasing the hold and getting back on their feet. Theory is the quickes one to think, he goes for Shapiro's leg and sweeps it before grabbing a hold of Shapiro's head, delivering a devastating knee to the side of his head. He lifts Shapiro up on his shoulder, and in vintage CM Punk esque fashion he delivers a perfect GTO. Shapiro is out cold and Theory makes the cover 1....2....3!

    After the match, Austin Theory do some taunting before grabbing a microphone then telling everyone that they might think they know who Austin Theory is. The fact is that people don't know shit! People are the worst! He the ramble on for a while how he hates most people he ever met, asking why more people can't be like him etc. He then starts to mock the guys on the gallery, without being afraid any of them are going to make a run for it. Theory ends with telling everyone how honored they should feel to have such a great person like him in the same place as them. So much he can learn them. So much they can grow, if only they listen to Austin's Theory. (A little pun there) This edition of EAM Underground concludes with the image of Theory walking over the downed body of Levi Shapiro on the canvas. What a douchebag!

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    We see a peculiar guy walking trough the autumn woods. He's dressed in ragged clothing and a hat with flaps on the sides. He talks incoherently to himself as he leaps around on the path. Is it as if he's looking for something. We follow him as he strolls depper and depper into the woodscape. The foliage above is much thicker in here, not much sunlight gets trough the massive work of leaves and brambles. It's almost like we've went trough some sort of portal and find ourselves in some kind of fairyland. Then, out of nowhere, a clearing in the woods. It's a pretty strange sight, as a big round circle surrounded by trees. The strange thing is the cirlce itself. Nothing ever grows there. It's just the barren land. In the middle of the strange circle is a hole. The peculiar fellow sits down beside it. A rabbit hole? A sinkhole? Some sort of abandoned drilling project? After a lost treasure maybe? The guy pulls out something from his small napsack. A book. He turns the pages in rapid fashion until he finds the session he was searching for. He reads some of the passages out loud before putting the book aside. We can now see that it is a copy of Lewis Carrol's; Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. He then pulls up the shirt sleeve on his right arm before putting his arm down the whole as long as the arm goes. He then mutters something that is impossible to hear. Then, from out of nowhere and fast as lightning, a force pulls him trough the hole, just like in a cartoon. The only thing left is the Lewis Carrol book and the small napsack with the logo UNC Chapel Hill, But, out of the napsack we can barely see a black mask. A very eerie but familiar mask....

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    SHOW Summary

    (1) Madman Fulton defeated Wild Boar after a Chokeslam.

    (2) Douglas O'Shea defeated Anthony Henry after a Spinebuster. Then challenged Bobby Gunns to a match next week

    (3) Austin Theory defeated Levi Shapiro after a GTO
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    EPISODE #003

    " If you are going to beat a dead horse, be sure to use a solid and sharp stick "

    *****

    Today's Password; " Hulk Hogan is a TOOL... "


    We get a opening segment with a promo from EL Generico. He's wearing a dark and sinister version of his regular mask. He explains his actions a couple of weeks ago, and he wants everyone to pay attention, not just only Blanco Loco and Senza Volto. He explains that he's here to claim what is his, and regain his honor and pride in the process, and those stupid enough to stand in his way will be sorry. But first, he will focus on Blanco Loco and Senza Volto, as they are both a disgrace to luchadores around the world....

    **********


    We get a short segment where we see JBL talking in a phone while seemingly hiding for someone, maybe because that somene should hear the conversation he's having with the person on the other end. JBL assures his unknown interlocutor that everything looks good and that they are scheduled to shoot a series of episode these coming weeks. And he can also tell that the feedback from those few who have seen it is only positive. They tell it reminds them of old ECW, only bit a much darker and grittier feeling. Almost like a forbidden fight club sort of. He then gets silent for some time, as the other person appearently speaks. JBL says yes a couple of times before he assures him that he will keep him informed about everything. Not only below, but also above....

    We cut to the ring for this edition of EAM Underground's first matchup where Madi Maxx is already present, ready to do her job.

    Singles Matchup
    Douglas O'Shea Vs Bobby Gunns

    There is no doubt that " The Irish Devil " Douglas O'Shea has made a name for himself here in EAM Underground. But by doing so, he's not made many friends. And there sure is a couple of guys backstage that really wants their hands on him. In time... Bobby Gunns is another german star that we really don't know much about, so it will exciting to see if he can bring something to the show. The bell rings and the match is underway. Unfortunately for Bobby Gunns. Douglas O'Shea continues in his patch of wreckage and Bobby Gunns stands no chance in hell. The match is over almost as fast as it started. With something that easily could be some sort of record, Douglas O'Shea delivered stiff punch after stiff punch to Bobby Gunns, driving him slowly backwards into the ropes as he tried to defend himself. To no use. Punch, punch, kick ,elbow before finishing it with a couple of straight vicious rights. There is no way Gunns can compete after this treatment and the match is ruled a KO victory for O'Shea.

    He once again challenge someone up in the gallery, but this time none of them stands out. Douglas mutters something about cowardly dogs before leaving the ring as EMT's are checking on Gunns.

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    Singles Matchup
    Maggot Vs Damian Priest

    As the next contenstants enters the ring, Homicide and Kingston explains how Priest is no newcomer to the business, as he has wrestled all over the world. Most notably for ROH and New Japan. Maggot is a fairly new guy in the game, hailing from Germany. It will be interesting to see what he can accomplish inside the squared circle. The rumors has it that he's quite an underrated performer. Unfortunately he does not get to show off much as Priest overwhelm him the second the bell rings. He forces Maggot into the corner with a series of jabs and kicks before grabbing a hold on him and lifting him up. Maggot luckily gets out of the hold and rolls down onto the canvas. But Priest once again knocks him down from behind with a hard-hitting lariat to the backhead. He goes down and Priest wastes no time. He lifts Maggot up and places him on the second rope, performing a boot-rub on his head before growing tired of it and lifts Maggot up. Maggot now with his back to the ropes recieves a series of Flair chops to the chest before Priest nails a stunning elbow. Maggot is dazzled. Priest lifts him up and nails a sit-down powerbomb. He makes the cover but Maggot manages to kick out at the two count, to Damian's frustration. He gets back up on his feet and wanders around the ring a couple of rounds before he once again grabs hold of Maggot. But this time Maggot fights back. A couple of quick punches to the stomach of Damian, followed up by a kick to leg, sweeping Damian off his feet. Maggot wastes no time. Elbow drop, followed by another elbow drop, then he covers. But Damian kicks out at the one count. The time is ticking towards the time-limit draw of ten minutes, but as we know, the competitors has no way of knowing how many minutes they have left. Both men back on their feet now, exchanging jabs before it's Maggot who gets the upper hand. Rolling elbow connects and he quickly goes for the turnbuckles. But Priest catches him. He grabs a hold of Maggot's throat. This could be it. Maggot struggles to get lose, but Priest only thigtens the grip on his throat. The he leaps off, still holding on to Maggot's throat. Chokeslam from the top turnbuckle! Priest makes the cover for the three count...

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    *** Main Event ***
    Triple Threat Matchup
    Blanco Loco Vs Senza Volto Vs El Generico

    In the opening minutes, Blanco and Volto decides to work together to work down El Generico. They succeed to a degree, but Generico's experience is the factor that in the end makes he the ring general of this match. Back and forth action from all three men for several minutes, with exchaning of throws and grapples. Nearfall by nearfall, but it's always broken by one of the others. There is no doubt that it's El Generico we are witnessing in the ring, but Homicide and Kingston on commentary do point out the fact that he is dressed all in black, and that it seems like he's adopted some new moves as well. The action continues in the ring where it comes to a point where Volto and Loco manages to throw Generico out of the ring for a short while. The temorary truce is suddenly broken however, as they starts to fight between each other again. Irishwhip into the ropes by Volto but Loco grabs a hold of the ropes as not to bounce back. But he does not see Generico coming up from behind outside the ring. Generico puls Loco's legs, making him trip off the ring-apron. That did not look pretty at all. Generico wastes no time, sending a couple of punches Loco's way before grabbing a hold of his arm and irishwhips him into the steel steps. He then rolls into the ring to take on Volto. Homicide and Kingston informs us that they have passed the ten minute mark in the match. Some exchange of moves between Generico and Volto in the ring before both men goes for the ropes on opposite sides of the ring. They bounce back and the impact is unavoidable. But then, Loco also joins the impact as he bursts into the ring and makes his way for the center. The impact sounds like a car crash. All three men clashes together in the impact, and all three men goes down. Will any of them even manage to get up after that? After a short while all three starts to move about, and it's El Generico who's first up on his feet. he grabs a hold of Loco's arms and pulls him onto Volto in the middle of the ring. He goes for the ropes. Lionsault-like manouver. But it gets countered! Volto witch a kick to El Generico sends him down, and the tables are suddenly turned. Volto now makes it for the ropes and starts to climb the turnbuckles. Generico is quick back on his feet and stops Volto in his effort, climbling the second turnnuckle in the process. Scuffing back and forth by Generico and Volto on the top turnbuckle now. Who will fall off? The, Loco gets back on his feet and wants to join the party. he leaps up on the top rope, grabbing a hold on El Generico's head for support. Then, within the blink of an eye, El Generico goes all inn. With all his force and strength he grabs a hold on Loco and lifts him up while he positions Volto at the same time. The few people in the arena are dead silent right now. What the hell are El Generico thinking about? We get the answer as El Generico leaps off the top turnbuckle. OH MY GOD! Double Brainbuster from the top turnbuckle! How the hell did he even do that? This has to be over! Generico puts Volto onto Loco in the middle of the ring for the double cover, and there is no real surprise neither man managed to kick out after that...

    This edition of EAM Underground ends with the new dark and sinister El Generico posing on top of the turnbuckle, making mocking gestures to the guys and the commentators in the gallery. This is surely a new side of the old El Generico we used to know. Could it be someone else?

    **********




    SHOW Summary

    (1) Douglas O'Shea defeated Bobby Gunns with a KO after multiple vicious punches

    (2) Damian Priest defeated Maggot after a Chokeslam

    (3) El Generico defeated Blanco Loco and Senza Volto, pinning both men after a Double Brainbuster from the top turnbuckle.
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    EPISODE #004

    " It's not impossible to kill a dragon with a dull sword. It just takes a while. "

    *****

    Today's Password; " Shane McMahon should have been WWE Champion... "


    A promo from " The Irish Devil " Douglas O'Shea where he explains how he cannot be part of this weeks tapings, but that's fortunate all the others, as they get one week to prep up for the wreckage to come. He's not here to make friends. He is not here to make fans. He is here to get recognized, and he doesn't care what it takes to accomplish it!

    **********

    We see a person from the back, walking down something that looks very much like a sewage tunnel. Moths are flickering all about him as he walks. He's muttering something to himself as he walks further and further down the tunnel. " Soon.....Soon..... " As he comes to a juntion, we can see some grafitti on the brickwall beside him. Allthough Grafitti would be a understatement. As the camera zooms in closer, we see what the wall is filled with. It's a series of lists, keeping track of every EAM champion in history, every PPV, everything!! Camera cut's and we find ourselves in the EAM Underground venue for our first match of this episodes taping.

    Singles Matchup
    " Avalanche " Robert Dreissker Vs Wild Boar

    Our opening contest is a more slow-paced match. Avalanche already has a win under his belt and wants another. Wild Boar suffered a bitter defeat against Madman Fulton in episode two, and really wants to redeem himself. The match starts and both men get in some punches and blows in the opening. Slower paced as both men goes for moves like bear hugs and vice grips etc. But after a couple of minutes the pace gets kicked up a notch. German Suplex by Wild Boar. Sideslam followed up by a legdrop by Avalanche. The match goes back and forth with neither man really getting the best shot in. The match is then taken to the corner where Wild Boar lifts Avalanche up on the top turnbuckle, setting him up for a throw. No, not a throw. He grabs the hold of Avalanche's arms and places his head between his legs. Oh No!!! Package Piledriver from the top rope! Avalanche might be dead! There is no chance that he would surive that impact to the head! Homicide and Kingston are wild up on the gallery. Wild Boar doesn't care a shit and makes the cover for the three count. There is no worries, as Avalanche gets back on his feet on his own after a while. Wild Boar walks up to him, and reaches out his arm. A gesture of honor as the men shake hands. That means Wild Boar gets his first three points, while Avalanche loses two of his points...

    **********

    Right before our next match is about to take place, a laughter can be heard by everyone. It seemingly comes from everywhere, and the volume and the pitch gets higher and higher every second, before it explodes into a cacaphony of maniacly laughter. Then it brutally stops....

    Singles Matchup
    Darius Lockhart Vs Will Ferrara

    Two newcomers in this matchup as Darius Lockhart from Charlotte, North-Carolina against Will Ferrara from New York . Both men still green in this game despite many years in indy wrestling already. Pretty even matchup this one as both men gets in some moves in the opening minutes of the matchup, with neither man really getting the upper hand. Almost a little stalemate and the guys in the gallery starts to booo. This immediately changes the phase of the match and Lockhart gets the upper hand, getting out of hold fro Ferrara and goes for the ropes. Slide underneath, back into the ropes, over the back. Pretty classic back to back antics here before Lockhart connects a beautiful scissor kick. Ferrara goes down and Lockhart covers, but Ferrara kicks out at the two count. Both men quickly back on their feet. Armdrag followed by another armdrag before Ferrara uses the turnbuckle to his advantage. He runs up it as Lockhart comes up from behind. Ferrara flips backwards over Lockhart and grabs a hold of him in the process. The move seems spectacular, but the impact from the sloppy powerbomb is not much to speak of however. He covers anyway, but Lockhart kicks out at the one count. Ferrara climbs starts to climb the turnbuckle, but gets interrupted by Lockhart who grabs a hold of him, ready to nail a powerbomb. But, Ferrara makes for it, he leaps up on Lockharts shoulders and in the process showing himself backwards with a legdrop. He turns in mid-air and lands on his feet. Lockhart however goes into the ropes. He does not manage to retaliate as he then gets knocked over the top rope by a crossbody slam. Both men goes over the top rope and lands on the floor below. Homicide informs Kingston and us that this match could easily lead to a time limit draw, as they are closing in on the eight minute mark as we speak. Lockhart and Ferrara is back on their feet now, exchanging punches outside the ring. Ferrara tries a extravagant move as he leaps up on the apron, but Lockhart sweeps his leg and he falls down. Lockhart grabs a hold of Ferrara's head and pulls off a pretty unique bulldog-like manouver from the apron and down to the floor. He then lifts Ferrara up and rolls him back into the ring where he goes for the cover 1....2.....but Ferrara kicks out right before the three count. Lockhart with a snapmare to Ferrara as he sits back up. He then nails a headbutt for good-measures before once again going for the pin. 1.....2....No! Ferrara once again kicks out right before the three count. Lockhart is once again about to grab a hold of Ferrara and lift him up, but then the alarm sounds and the match has reached it's time limit mark of ten minutes. This doesn't seeem to concern Lockhart however as he continues the assault on Ferrara until Ferrara manages to roll out of the ring and leave. This result ends with one point to each of them, and possibly a rematch down the line.

    **********


    *** Main Event ***
    Singles Matchup
    Damian Priest Vs Ruffneck

    Those who'd hoped and expected a good thirty minute match for this episodes main event are quickly disappointed right after the bell rings. Even though Ruffneck manages to get some moves in, this is Priest's match and he dominates it from the get go. With a dominant display he sends Ruffneck back and forth in the ring before ending it all with a devastating Reckoning for the pin and the three count. Homicide and Kingston up in the gallery makes a point of telling this might be a record it will be hard to overtake. What a performance from Damian Priest.

    After the match he grabs a hold of a microphone and cut's a promo. He talks about how everyone soon will know who Damian Priest are, starting with the people in the gallery. But before he manage to say anything else, he gets knocked down by a spear! It's Madman Fulton! He run around in the ring, getting a reaction from the gallery before lifting Priest up then delivering a hard hitting chokeslam. This episode of EAM Underground ends with the image of Madman Fulton standing over Damian Priest's downed body while mocking the guys up in the gallery...

    **********





    SHOW Summary

    (1) Wild Boar defeated " Avalanche " Robert Dreissker after a Package Piledriver from the top rope.

    (2) Darius Lockhart Vs Will Ferrara ended in a Time-Limit Draw.

    (3) Damian Priest defeated Ruffneck after The Reckoning (RKO).
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    EPISODE #005

    " Patience, Young Padawan... "

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    Today's Password; " Takeshi Morishima is the most underrated ROH Champion in history... "


    We open with a clip where a local news station are in Cameron, North-Carolina to interview famous wrestler Matt Hardy, where he can tell that his little brother Jeff went missing over two weeks ago, and there is no living sign after him either. He went hiking in the woods one day. He kept with him a small napsack with a few belongings, in which later was found. But Jeff was nowhere to be seen. The police are clueless as they have nothing to go after. Matt begs, that if anyone knows anything about Jeff's disappearance, please contact him...

    As the camera cut's we then find ourselves ready for our first match of this weeks episode of EAM Underground. Madi Maxx is already in the ring, ready to announce their coming.

    Singles Matchup
    Douglas O'Shea Vs Ike Cross

    The debutant Ike Cross does not get much time to show himself off as Douglas continues on his path of beatdowns. He does get some moves in however, but not really enough to show everyone what kind of wrestler he is. Douglas wears him down and forces him down on the canvas where he continue the beatdown with a couple of vicious elbows before putting Cross in a camel clutch. They are in the middle of the ring and there is no way Cross can manage to even get to the ropes for help. As we know, rope breaks does not count here in EAM Underground, but still they could be of some kind of help. But it doesn't really matters much as Cross taps out in the middle of the ring before the match hits five minutes. That is the first matchup decided by submission as well here on Underground.

    After the match, Douglas O'Shea keeps up with his usual ramblings, then challenging yet another person standing up at the galler. A spotlight suddenly lights up the person that O'Shea is pointing at. It's a brute of a man covered in tattoos. He's wearing jeans but no shirt. He's holding a sledgehammer that he leans over his shoulder. O'Shea might just regret that he challenged him. But if he does, he play a very good acting game, as he does not seem intimidated by the man at all. He only points at his eyes, then back at him. As to confirm that he's seen him, and he's not impressed at all. Homicide and Kingston are pretty shaken by the events, informing us who the guy holding the sledgehammer is. His name is Shaun Davis, better known as " The Hammer "

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    Singles Matchup
    Vaughn Vertigo Vs Levi Shapiro

    Vertigo enters the ring first, cocky even though he lost his first match here in EAM Underground. Shapiro also suffering from a loss again Austin Theory in his only match here in EAM Underground. Both men need a win here to stay with the others on the ranking boards. The match hpwever is of the short variety, not even close to ten minutes. Some back and forth action where both men get in some moves, but the match reaches a anti-climax from out of nowhere as the guys are grappling on the canvas when Vertigo suddenly gets the leverage and puts Shapiro in the most devastating move in professional wrestling. Shapiro struggles to get out of the predicament, but Vertigo holds on to his feet and pushes him down long enough for the referee to reach the three count. No showboating by Vertigo as he quickly leaves the ring. Shapiro is angry at himself, kicking the ropes before leaving as well. Better luck next time Levi.

    **********

    Before our main event, Austin Theory hogs the limelight by grabbing a microphone and walking into the ring. He talks about El Generico, and his seemingly transformation. Well, he does not buy it at all. He think it's all a silly last try to re-ignite something that aint there anymore. Sometimes you gotta admit to yourself that you have nothing more left to give. Leave way for newer and fresher blood. It's been a blast and all that, but please take the hint grandpa! Then, seemingly out of nowhere, El Generico leaps off from the top rope and delivers a hurricanrana, sending Theory down on the canvas. He wastes no time. He goes for the second rope, leaps off. Lionsault connects. He's still not dome. He climbs the top turnbuckle, poses before leaping off. Moonsault! This is a pretty dominant performance from El Generico. He jumps back and forth in the ring, hulking up as theory struggles to get back on his feet. Baaam! Big boot from El Generico befofe he grabs a hold on Theory and lifts him up. Brainbuster to end the session! What a dominant display! Austin Theory should have thought before speaking it seems. Generico then grabs the microphone and crouches down to Austin's level before telling him, that was just a teaser, as they are scheduled to face off in the main event next week. Until then, sweet recovery...


    *** Main Event ***
    Singles Matchup
    Madman Fulton Vs Damian Priest

    Priest does not have the time waiting for the bell to ring. He charges at Fulton with the look of murder in his eyes. But Fulton dodges and charges for an attack on his own, but this time Priest manage to get out of the way. They go circles in the ring while staring each other down. Who will make the first move? Priest once again goes for the attack. He is mighty furious because of what Fulton did last week. But Fulton once again gets out of harms way and instead makes a counter attack. Running forearm drives Priest into the ropes. Fulton with a clothesline sends Priest straight down onto the canvas. Fulton covers but Priest kicks out at the one count. The struggle continues as both men gets back on their feet rather quickly. Flair chops by Priest before he gets stopped by Fulton who grabs his arm. Armdrag and Fulton goes for the ropes. He bounces back and once again sends a clothesline Priest's way. It connects! Wow! What an impact! It almost knocked Damian Priest's head off! Fulton goes for the cover, but another kick out, this time at the two count. No ordinary man would have kicked out after such a beating. He rolls out of the ring to retaliate for a second, then he starts to search under the ring for something. He then pulls out something. A board covered in barbed wire! He slides back into the ring only to find himself on the recieving end of some stiff shots by Fulton. Irishwip by Fulton into the corner. He goes for it but gets stopped by a big boot from Priest. Priest lifts him up, making ready to throw him onto the barbed wire board somehow. But Fulton manage to get out of the hold and instead pushes Priests forward against the board. Polish Hammer by Fulton connects! Priest is about to fall backwards into the barbed wired board. Fulton goes for the ropes. He misses as Priest moves out of the way, and he also misses the barbed wire board, just barely. Homicide and Kingston informs us that the match has passed the ten minute mark at this point. The tussle continues and Fulton gets back on his feet only to get knocked down again by a axehandle from the top rope by Priest before Priest lifts him up for another attempt to throw him into the barbed wire board. But Fulton again defends himself with some vicious elbow blows to the side of Priest's head. He has no other choice than to release the hold on Fulton. He then gets another idea. He goes for the ropes, going to knock Fulton down onto the board filled with barbed wire. He goes for it. No! Madman Fulton counters the attack and reverses it. And suddeny Damian Priest finds himself on the recieving end of the move instead. Spinning Gutwrench Suplex by Fulton onto the barbed wire board! If Joey Styles would have been here, you all know what he would have yelled right now. Fulton makes the cover for the 1...2...3....

    As Fulton climbs up on the top turnbuckle to celebrate his victory, we can then suddeny hear the strange laughing oce again. And noe, as last time, it seems to come from everywhere. But then it stops, just as before, without any more explaination. This episode of EAM Underground closes with this strange phenomenon..

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    SHOW Summary

    (1) Douglas O'Shea defeated Ike Cross after he tapped out to a Camel Clutch

    (2) Vaughn Vertigo defeated Levi Shapiro after a School-Boy Pin

    (3) Madman Fulton defeated Damian Priest after a Spinning Gutwrench Suplex onto a barbed wired board.
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    EPISODE #006

    " If you win the rat race, you're still a rat. "

    *****

    Today's Password; " We miss you Chris Candido... "



    We get a promo video from the man known as " The Hammer " Shaun Davis. He talks of the concept EAM Underground, and how he's been standing on the galler for weeks now, supervising the wrestlers. None of them has made a big expression to him. Not even the man they call " The Irish Devil " Douglas O'Shea. He might seem impressive, but the fact he's had such a success so far is that he's only faced bush-leagues opponents. But that will change at next week's main event...

    We are ready with another episode of EAM Underground, with Homicide and Kingston still at the announce table and Madi Maxx ready in the ring to announce our first bout.

    Singles Matchup
    Dan Moloney Vs Deno Babic

    Our first matchup is between two debutants. Moloney has wrestled for most british indy promotions. Not much is known about the hungarian Deno Babic, but that doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing. As the bell rings both performers are eager to start. Fast paced action from the get go as they exchange moves in the middle of the ring. Back and forth as both men throws punches before Deno goes for a more extravagant move. And he fails, Moloney counter-attacks and sends a right hook Babic's way. That has a great impact behind it! Babic goes down and Moloney does not hesitate. He covers, and the blow was more enough to keep Babic down for the three count. That ended quickly! Almost like a MMA match. A good debut for Moloney. babic, not so much. But not everyone can win their debut match.

    **********

    Singles Matchup
    Anthony Henry Vs Maggot

    Our second match of the night does not last much longer than our first match. Both men lost their first matches here in EAM Underground and really need a win here. It's Henry who seemingly wants it more, as he dominates from the start. Maggot gets some moves in, but it's mostly Henry getting in the offence. Henry sets Maggot up for a Texas Cloverleaf and manage. This could easily be it. He bends Maggot's back in a harsh way. But Maggot manage to get out of the hold and kicks Henry off. He quickly gets back on his feet and charges for an attack. Lariat knocks Henry down, but he quickly gets back up. Another Lariat from Maggot and Henry once more goes down. Maggot now with his own submission as he locks in a sharpshooter variant. The tables suddenly has turned. But not for long. Henry gets out of the hold and gets back up. Exchange of punches before Henry gets the upper hand. He irishwhips Maggot towards the ropes. At the backfire Maggot gets knocked down by Anthony who wasted no time. He climbs the ropes and leaps off in a homage to the late Eddie Guerrero. Five star Frogsplash by Henry on Maggot! He makes the cover 1.....2....3! A much needed win for Henry. Maggot loses his second match in a row.

    **********

    *** Main Event ***
    Singles Matchup
    El Generico Vs Austin Theory

    The main event almost goes the distance of the 30-minute time limit. It's a execution of flashy moves and back to back chain-wrestling as both men shines in what might be the greatest main event in EAM Underground so far. This re-vamped version of El Generico almost seem like him back in the old days, and the speculations are still going around if it is really Sami Zayn underneath the mask, or someone else. Austin Theory does not really seem affected by last week beatdown by Generico either, as he pulls of one move after another. Backbreaker into a standing moonsault for the pin, but Generico kicks out at the two count. Fisherman's suplex onto the knee, followed by a cutter. He covers once again but Generico once again kicks out at the two count. Both men back on their feet continuing with some punches and kicks back and forth until Generico goes for the ropes. Helluva kick sends Theory down and Generico wastes no time going for the turnbuckles. 450* splash onto Theory and he makes the cover, but Theory is the one to kick out at the two count this time. He grabs a hold of Theory's arm and lift him up, bug Theory gets out of the hold and goes for the ropes. But Generico counter attacks and once again Theory finds himself on the wrong side of the impact as Generico dropkicks Theory with such a force that he stumbles trough the ropes and falls down outside the ring. Generico is all pumped up and makes a go at it. He goes for the ropes for some speed. Suicide Dive trough the ropes connects! The match then continues outside the ring for some time but are taken back into the ring when Theory rolls Generico back in after sucessfully avoiding one of Generico's attacks and reversing it, sending Generico into the steel steps. Theory goes for the cover but Generico reverse it into a cradle-pin. Theory barely manage to kick out before the three count. Homicide and Kingston on comentary then informs us that this match has passed twentyfive minutes. It doesn't seem like anyone is going to win this affair. But then, almost out of nowhere, Generico sends a yakuza kick Theory's way and connects. He lifts Theory up in quick fashion. Spike Brainster! He covers 1....2....3! Generico picks up the win in this insane back and forth spectacle. Not a bad showing for Theory, but in the end El Generico pulled the longest straw. But this is just the first battle in a upcoming war it seems. After the match, as Generico celebrates, Theory attacks him from behind and nails a backstabber variant. He then sits over the downed Generico and throw punches at him before trying to rip off his mask. But then the lights in the arena goes out and the laughter that we have been hearing for the past weeks starts again. Higher and more intence this time, but after a some seconds it stops and the lights gets back on in the arena. Theory is now alone in the ring as El Generico maneged to get out of the ring while the lights was out. His mask is ripped apart, but we can still not see if it is Sami Zayn or someone else underneath there. This episode of EAM Underground closes with Theory in the ring, pointing at Genrico, making a cut throat gesture with his finger...






    SHOW Summary

    (1) Dan Moloney defeated Deno Babic after The Worldstar (Right-Handed Knockout Hook)

    (2) Anthony Henry defeated Maggot after a Frogsplash from the top turnbuckle

    (3) El Generico defeated Austin Theory after a Spike Brainbuster
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    EPISODE #007

    " It is better to be the hammer than the anvil..."

    *****

    Today's Password; " David Arquette was the greatest WCW Champion... "


    We get a segment where we see a party of teenagers hanging around a burning barrel under a bridge. They are doing grafitti and listening to hip hop when suddenly a strange and dark person enters the scene. He kicks the ghettoblaster off the ground so the music stops. This agitates the teenager who crowds around him, drawing blades and chains, ready to give him a beating of a lifetime. But that never happens. The mysterious person single handedly dis-arms and knocks everyone out before grabbing a can of spraypaint. He walks up to the brickwall and starts spraying. After a short while, we can see what he's written on the wall. It's not a masterpiece by any means, but the message in his piece is pretty clear; " EAM Underground presents Streetwise, live on PPV. Only invited fans may attend the show. If interested, contact Randy... "

    We then cut to the EAM Underground arena for our first match of episode seven, where Madi Maxx is already present, dressed in a stunning blue dress for the occasion, ready to announce the contestants.

    Singles Matchup
    Ike Cross Vs Wild Boar

    Our curtainjerker for this episode of EAM Underground is a quick one, not even reaching the five minute mark. Wild Boar dominates from the get go, not letting Cross get in much offense at all. Irishwip into the corner by Wild Boar followed up with a cannonball. Wild Boar then grabs Cross' legs and nails a monkeyflip-like manouver followed up by a charging lariat from the corner. Cross goes down and Wild Boar covers, but Cross actually manage to kick out before the three count. Wild Boar wastes no time going for the turnbuckles. He climbs to the top and leaps off, connecting a diving headbutt. He makes another cover, but again Cross manage to kick out before the three count. This starts to frustrate Wild Boar who now lifts Cross up, and after a finishing gesture, Wild Boar nails a Fireman's Carry Facebuster and covers a third and final time for the win.

    Wild Boar celebrates the win after the match when Avalanche makes his way into the ring and knocks Wild Boar down with a gore. He then challenge Wild Boar to a rematch from episode 4 next week before lifting Wild Boar up and nailing a Death Valley Driver for good measures before leaving the ring.

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    Before our next matchup we get the announcement from Homicide and Kingston that next weeks episode of EAM Underground will not ony feature a rematch between Avalanche and Wild Boar, but also two other re-matches as Darius Lockhart and Will Ferrara will face each other for a second time after their time-limit draw back in episode 4. And Our main event next week will be a rematch between Blanco Loco and Senza Volto from episode 1, and to make sure nobody interferes in next weeks main event, if anyone does, they will lose all their gained points!

    Singles Matchup
    Anthony Henry Vs Bobby Gunns

    Our next bout is a more generic and typical wrestling matchup. More classic moves in this one as both men gets in some offense. Henry is the more experienced of the two, and after some back and forth action he is the one to take control over the match. A test of strength turns into a headlock by Henry, followed by a side-russian legsweep. He then locks in a another headlock on the downed Gunns, but after a short while Gunns manage to get out of the hold, then rolling out of the ring to retaliate. Henry charges, leaps up on the third rope and leaps off. He connects with Gunns and the impact sends Gunns head first down on the floor. Henry is quickly back on his feet, grabbing a hold of Gunns, rolling him back into the ring before re-entering himself. He makes a move, but Gunns reverses, and suddenly Henry finds himself in a cradle-pin. He barely manage to kick out before the three count, avoiding humiliation. He quickly grabs a hold of Gunns and manage turn Gunns around. Henry locks in the Texas Cloverleaf, but is it to late? Homicide informs us that there is less than thirty seconds left in the matchup. Gunns is in pain, but if he manage to survive ten more seconds he will at least recieve one point for this matchup. He does not. Gunns taps out! Homicide and Kingston are amazed. If Gunns only knew. Homicide informs us that when Gunns tapped out the clock stopped at 09:58 minutes. Unlucky for Gunns, but a very important win for Anthony Henry.

    **********

    Before our main event, we get a short promo from Austin Theory, who continues his rant about El Generico and how he was lucky last week, getting the win. He also mentions that he will get plenty of chances to show everyone who's the better wrestler, as he has been informed that last weeks match is only the first in a series of best of seven matches they are going to have against each other. And match number two will happen only two weeks from now at episode 9. Generico might have been lucky winning the first battle, but there is no chance in hell he will be winning the war!


    *** Main Event ***
    Singles Matchup
    Douglas O'Shea Vs Shaun Davis

    Tonights main event is a very anticipated one. " The Irish Devil " Shaun O'Shea has undoubtedly the biggest score in EAM Underground so far, winning all of this matches. But that is something that his opponent for tonight has promised to end. Before the bell even rings, these two men are at each other as furious wolverines. Both men are sending vicious punches and jabs, drawing blood before the match has even gone one minute. Neither man seem to care about the spilling of blood, quite the contrary actually, as it seems that the crimson war-paint ignites something in both of them. Like viking berserkers going hogwild on the battlefield. The match goes all over the place, and takes as much place outside the ring as inside it. Both men using the scarce enviroment in the EAM Underground arena to their advantage. The steel steps are used as a weapon by O'Shea, as he throws it with all his might onto Davis, but misses. Davis then retaliates and knocks O'Shea into the wall before rummaging underneathe ring, pulling out a sledgehammer! Oh my! This might get even uglier fast. He swings the sledgehammer at O'Shea but misses just barely by just a inch as O'Shea manage to get out of harms way. Instead the sledgehammer goes straight into the wall and gets stuck there. O'Shea then rolls back into the ring, gesturing for Davis to come after him. Not many wrestling moves has been delivered so far in this matchup. It's been more of a brawl. Davis gets back into the ring only to find himself on the recieving end of some vicious blows by O'Shea. But he manage to push O'Shea off, then delivering a Polish Hammer from out of nowhere! O'Shea goes down and Davis quickly follows up with a rolling knee to O'Shea's face before making the first cover of the matchup. But O'Shea kicks out at the one count! This makes quite a stirr up in the gallery. Shaun Davis obviously has given O'Shea the hardest match so far by any of his opponents. Davis then gets back on his feet and starts to climb the turnbuckles but gets quickly interrupted by O'Shea. Davis manage to fight O'Shea off once again however, lifting O'Shea up for a powerbomb, but O'Shea fights him off, sending a couple of vicious blows to Davi's face. He loses his hold and O'Shea turns the tides around, pulling off a Frankensteiner type of manouver, sending Davis' head first down on the canvas. But he does not go for the cover right away, instead O'Shea goes for the turnbuckles this time. He climbs up and reaches the top turnbuckle. But he's to slow, as Davis gets back on his feet and charges for the turnbuckles. O'Shea with a big boot stops him, but not for long. Davis now climbs the turnbuckles, and both men now find themselves in a tangle on the top turnbuckle. Headbutt by Davis to O'Shea, and Davis grabs a hold of O'Shea. This might be it. Davis screams from the top of his lungs, as he's about to throw O'Shea backwards into the ring. But O'Shea reverses! The Irish Bomb by O'Shea! He makes the cover, 1.....2.....3! Wow! What a stiff and brutal matchup we just witnessed! There is no doubt that this has been the most hard-hitting match in EAM Underground as of yet. Both men are exhausted after this uncompromosing face/off, and it takes a while before both men are back on their feet. O'Shea doesn't even celebrate his victory. But then, something happens. In a show of respect, Davis extends his hand to O'Shea. They shake hands and Davis reaches O'Shea's hand in the air. That is some real sportsmanship right there. Homicide and Kingston comments on how O'Shea's winning streak in EAM Underground now is up at five, but then, from out of nowhere, Davis grabs a hold of O'Shea and lifts him up and nails a Samoan Drop. Seemingly not a good loser after all. He then rolls out of the ring and grabs a hold of the sledgehammer in the wall, pulling it out before getting back into the ring. He lifts the sledgehammer high above his head, ready to trash it over the back of O'Shea. Then the lights in the arena goes out. We can hear something break in the dark. When the lights gets back on, O'Shea is still down on the canvas, but so is Davis, and the sledgehammer is broken in two over Davis' back! Then, the laughter comes again. This gruelling episode of EAM Underground closes with the grizzly view of a bloody ring and two broken bodies, with the laughter still going as we fade to black....






    SHOW Summary

    (1) Wild Boar defeated Ike Cross after a Fireman's Carry Facebuster.

    (2) Anthony Henry defeated Bobby Gunns after a Texas Cloverleaf.

    (3) Douglas O'Shea defeated Shaun Davis after The Irish Bomb (Top-Rope Stunner)
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    EPISODE #008

    " Every day is a second chance..."

    *****

    Today's Password; " Sting should have ended the streak... "


    We go straight to the EAM Underground arena, by fans and competitors nicknamed The Pit, where Homidice and Kingston welcomes us to the eight episode of EAM Underground. This episode is the episode of rematches, as all three matches scheduled for tonight are re-matches from earlier episodes. Madi Maxx is ready, so let's waste no time!


    Singles Matchup
    " Avalanche " Robert Dreissker Vs Wild Boar

    This is a rematch from episode 4 in which Wild Boar won after a Package Piledriver from the top rope. Dreissker both needs and wants a win in this one. Slower paced match than their first encounter, as we start the match off with a test of strength in which Wild Boar wins and gets the upper hand. He makes a armdrag and follows it up with locking in a arm-lock submission. But Dreissker gets out of the hold and gets back on his feet. Some back and forth punches and jabs from both men before Wild Boar attempts an attack, only to get intercepted by Dreissker who makes a counter-attack. Fallway slam from the big man. He wastes no time and Lifts Wild Boar up. Death Valley Driver! He covers 1...2...3! What?! Just like that?! Avalanche picks up the win in a very quick turn of events here in the first match. The action doesn't stop after the ringing of the bell however, as Wild Boar attacks Avalanche and they continue the brawl. They take it outside the ring where Wild Boar knocks Dreissker down before walking up to the steel steps. He lifts them up and performs a suplex-like manouver with the steel steps in hand. It connects and knocks Dreissker right down. Wild Boar gets over him, sending multiple strikes to Dreissker's face, busting him open before gettting up on his feet. The camera cut's with Wild Boar standing over a bloodied Robert Dreissker.

    **********

    We get a segment from backstage where we see JBL looking around before giving a handfull of money to a mysterious person. The person leaves after he gives JBL an envelope. JBL opens it and looks inside and picks up a paper. He starts to read it but has to move underneath a light-bulb hanging from the ceiling to see what the note says. Suddenly, hoovering around the light-bulb is a party of moths. JBL throw his hands around to get them away, but they keep coming back. The segment ends with JBL cursing and leaving the area. As the camera cut's we see a face appearing underneath the light-bulb....

    Singles Matchup
    Darius Lockhart Vs Will Ferrara

    Our next match is another rematch from episode 4, Lockart and Ferrara fought to a time-limit draw last time. Let's see if one of them has what it takes to get a win this time. This is definetely a more fast-paced match than our opening, as both men are everywhere inside the ropes, exchanging moves and throws. Nearfall after nearfall as both men tries to get the win. This also seem like a stalemate between them, as neither man really gets the upper hand. The match is about to again reach it's time limit of ten minutes when Lockhart seizes the moment after countering an attack from Ferrara. He lifts Ferrara up. Sit-Down Powerbomb connects! Lockhart makes the cover, 1....2....NO! Ferrara kicks out. Lockhart wastes no time, grabbing a hold of Ferrara's legs, trying to lock in a submission move. He locks in the Boston Crab, but it's to late as the bell rings and this match also ends in a time-limit draw. It seems these two men are very eavenly matched. Maybe a rummber match will happen down the line?

    **********

    We get a promo from Douglas O'Shea. He's seemingly worn after his match with Davis last week, but he's in a good mood, as he's still undefeated in EAM Underground. He assure everyone that Davis will get a second beating, as if anyone thought his action would not get any consequences. Two week's from now, at Episode 10, O'Shea challenge Davis to another match. But this time, with a twist....

    *** Main Event ***
    Singles Matchup
    * Anyone who interferes will lose all their upgained points *
    Blanco Loco Vs Senza Volto

    Our main event for tonight is a rematch from episode one, where Blanco and Volto also met in the main event, but the match was ruled a time-limit draw after interference by El Generico. To make sure nobody gets the urge to interfere in tonight main event, it's announced that if anyone does, they will lose all their upgained points. This doesn't seem to affect El Generico much, as he interferes again before the match even reaches ten minutes. The red masked luchador attacks both men, beating them down before getting interrupted by Austin Theory. Theory manage take the attention from him and El Generico as they continue the brawl out of the ring and takes it backstage. The match between Loco and Volto can then continue, with Volto seizing the moment when Loco's attention is elsewhere for a few seconds. Dropkick to the knees by Volto, followed up by a Lionsault. Loco counters with putting a leg up, nailing Volto in the face. The tides then suddenly turn as it is Loco who leaps up on the ropes, nailing his own Lionsault, before following it up with baseballslide, kicking Volto of out of the ring. He charges for the ropes, wasting no time. Suicide dive trough the ropes! But Volto counters, sending a european uppercut Loco's way. It connects! Loco goes down and Volto grabs him, lifts him up and rolls him back into the ring where the action continues. Homicide informs us that the match has passed the twenty minute mark. He also informs us that El Generico will be losing all his points, but just so everyone understands, this has nothing to do with the series of matches he and Theory will be participating in. As that is a internal feud, and is not based on points, but on who wins most matches in the series. Some more back and forth action in the ring. Getting slower now as both men are more worn than twenty minutes ago. Blanco Loco goes for the ropes. He charges, biut Volto counters. Wheel Barrow Cutter from Senza Volto! He covers 1....2....3! That's it, and Volto picks up the victory. That's how pro-wrestling is. One mis-step and you can lose. He celebrates his victory as Loco walks up to him, extending his hand. Show of respect there. We've seen it a few times already in EAM Underground. This episode ends with the sight of Blanco Loco raising Volto's hand before showing him respect and leaving the ring...




    SHOW Summary

    (1) Avalanche defeated Wild Boar after a Death Valley Driver

    (2) Darius Lockhart Vs Will Ferrara ended in a Time-Limit Draw.

    (3) Senza Volto defeated Blanco Loco after a Wheel Barrow Cutter.
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    EPISODE #009

    " Little things can make big differences..."

    *****

    Today's Password; " Charlotte is a crack whore... "

    Show starts with a segment where JBL walks into his office only to find it filled to the brim with moths. He shuts the door in disgust before exclaiming " what the hell is going on around here? " he turns around only to find himself face to face with a suspicious fella with greasy hair and a funny grin. JBL agin exclaims " what the hell are you? Who dragged you in? " the stranger then tells JBL he can help him get rid of the moths, but it comes with a price. JBL says " Name it! " We cut to the arena for our first match where Madi Maxx is ready and Homicide and Kingston welcomes us to episode 9 of EAM Underground.

    Singles Matchup
    Ike Kross Vs Deno Babic

    Neither of these men have won a match in EAM Underground so far, so a win in this one means a lot. Both men at it as the bell rings, and the match goes back and forth in the opening minutes with seemingly neither man getting the upper hand before Kross manage do dodge an attack from Babic and lifts him up. Backbreaker onto the knee, he covers but Babic kicks out at the two count. The match continues, but not for very long as another failed attampt from Babic, this time a second rope moonsault is caught by Kross and he delivers a DDT variant for the three count. Fast paced opener in this who last just past the five minute mark.

    **********

    Singles Matchup
    Madman Fulton Vs Ruffneck

    Our second match of the night does not go much longer than our first one, as Fulton dominates fro the get go. He beats down Ruffneck in a vicious way, and Ruffneck has not have a good showing in EAM Underground so far, losing all his matches. This match is no different for him sadly, as Fulton ends his misery almost at the five minute mark with a Spinning Gutwrench Suplex for the win. Ruffneck takes the loss as a man, leaving the ring and letting Fulton celebrate his victory. But someone else has other plans. From behind, Damian Priests slides into the ring and knocks Fulton down with a devastating spearlike manouver from behind! He follow up with some nasty punches before he lifts Fulton up on his shoulders. Torture Rack into a samoan drop by Priest and Fulton is out! We cut to a special promotional video with the picture of Piest standing over Fulton's downed body.

    **********

    We get a promo overlooking some neighbourhood in some city. It's nighttime, and it's especially quite to be such a big city. Then we can hear a dog barking, and a car honking, before it once again gets silent. Then, we see some movement. A party of hooded people jumps over a fence, runs past the street and start to make grafitti on the brick-wall in front of them. Some sort of government building perhaps? After a short while they are finished, as this is seemingly something they have done before. They flee the scene as fast as they appeared. The camera pans a bit and zooms in, enough so that we can see the piece the hooded person made.



    As our main event is about to start, El Generico makes his way to the ring first where he demands for someone to hand him a microphone. He is handed one, then he starts by saying that the person who interfered in the main event last week was not him but an imposter. He's also aware that this show is without a real audience, but still he felt he had to clarify that. He doesn't get to say much more before Austin Theory interferes, saying that Generico speak only rubbish, and that neither believes his filthy lies. He then throws away the microphone and attacks, and the match is underway.

    *** Main Event ***
    Singles Matchup
    *Match #2 in The Best of 7 Series*
    El Generico Vs Austin Theory

    Theory dominates in the early minutes of this match, getting most of the offence in. But after a short while the table turns as Generico manage to throw Theory over the top rope. He then follows up with a suicide dive which connects, knocking Theory down on the arena floor. He quickly lifts Theory up and throws him, face first into the ring apron before knocking him down once again with a running kick to the face. He rolls Theory back into the ring and makes a quick cover, but Theory kicks out at the two count. Generico wastes no time and gets back on his feet, once again grabbing a hold of Theory. Running bulldog followed up by submission move. Generico locks in the crippler crossface! This is it! No! Theory manages to get out of the hold by sliding of the ring and dropping down to the floor. Generico makes a run for the ropes, bounces off and leaps over the top rope, nailing a corkscrew missile. He once again rolls Theory back onto the ring, but this time he does not go for the cover, but instead he lifts Theory up for a brainbuster, but Theory gets out of the hold and reverses it. Neckbreaker into a cradle, but Generico kicks out at the two count. Some back and forth chain-grappling on the canvas before both men gets back on their feet. A test of strength variant in which Generico gets the upper hand and flips Theory into the corner with a monkey flip. He follows up with a running booth and then grabs a hold of Theory and lifts him up. Brainbuster connects! This has to be it! Generico covers 1.....2....3! Generico picks up the second win and makes it two to zero! The show ends with Generico standing on the top turnbuckle celebrating when the laugh once again starts, higher and higher and higher......Camera goes dark and this episode of EAM Underground is over.

    **********





    SHOW Summary


    (1) Ike Cross defeated Deno Babic after a DDT

    (2) Madman Fulton defeated Ruffneck after a Spinning Gutwrench Suplex

    (3) El Generico defeated Austin Theory after a Brainbuster
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    EPISODE #010

    " Sometimes seconds finish first..."

    *****

    Today's Password; " Renegade was better than The Ultimate Warrior... "


    Homicide and Kingston welcomes us to the 10th episode of EAM Underground, and they can inform us that tonights main event will be pretty special, as they have managed do drag in, and put up a steel cage for this special occasion. But before that, we have two other matches as El Generico and Austin Theory will face off in the third match of their best of 7 series. And we get the rubber match between Darius Lockhart and Will Ferrera, as both their earlier encounters has ended in time limit draws. Let's not home tonights match ends the same way. But if so, a scorecard will be used to determine the winner of the match. Madi Maxx makes her way to the ring to announce the contestants in the first matchup when suddenly Austin Theory enters the scene and rolls into the ring. He grabs the microphone out of Madi's hands, then he tells her to to leave the ring, as he has no use for her. Madi leaves, annoyed by Theory's remarks. Theory then starts to rant and cut's a promo on El Generico, talking about how un-sportsmanlike he has been, with lying about it being him interferring in matches and whatnot. He calls El Generico a coward, then he talks about the fact that El Generico might be up 2 to 0 at this point, but it will all change tonight. If Sami Sayn thinks he can rejuvinate himself by going over Austin Theory, he's got another thing coming to him! He does not get to say anything more, as El Generico creaps up behind him. He locks in the full-Nelson, followed by a sit-down powerbomb. The bell rings and the match is underway.

    Singles Matchup
    * Match #3 In The Best of 7 Series *
    El Generico Vs Austin Theory

    Allthough Theory might not confess it, this is all together a new version of El Generico we are seeing. Feirce and brutal he sends punches and jabs at Theory before irishwhipping him into the corner and following up with a big boot. He lifts Theory up and connects a quick brainbuster for the three count and the win! That was quick! And El Generico is now 3-0. Can Theory come back from this? Generico quickly rolls out of the ring and leaves the scene to a frustrated Austin Theory, who picks up the microphone and continues his rant from earlier. But, he once again gets interrupted, this time when the lights goes out. And when they get back on again, Austin Theory is not alone in the ring anymore, but it's not El Generico who's come back, but someone else completely. Who is it? The mysterious newcomer wears a grotesque mask. Theory are confused. Then, the masked person starts to laugh. It's the hysterical laughter we have been hearing for weeks now. It belongs to this person. Theory charges for an attack, but the masked person dodges and grabs a hold of Theory, setting him up for a finishing move. Twist of faith connecting! Theory is down, and the mysterious masked man gets back on his feet. He starts to laugh again, it fills the entire arena. Higher and higher. Then, a puff of smoke, and the stranger disappears. And so does the laughter.....

    **********

    Singles Matchup
    Darius Lockhart Vs Will Ferrara

    Fast-paced match this second match of the night as both competitors gets in some moves in the early minutes of the match. Both men seems eager to win this rubber matchup, as it means more than just points. Back and forth and nearfalls as well here before we reach the five minute mark. As said earlier, both their earlier encounters ended in time-limit draws, as all matches here in EAM Underground has a ten minute time-limit if it's not the main event. Ferrara with some kicks, capoeira style, following it up with a dropkick which sends Lockhart into the ropes. As Lockhart bounces back from the ropes he gets knocked down with another quick dropkick by Ferrara. He covers but Lockhart kicks out at the two count. Both men back on their feet and they lock into the test of strength. Lockhart gets the upper hand, irishwipping Ferrara into the corner, following it up with a running elbow-strike and a bulldow. He covers but Ferrara kicks out at the two count as well. Again this seems like a stalemate, and when the match hits the eight minute mark, Homicide comments that this also likely would end in a time-limit draw. But if it does, he's got his money on Ferrara in this one, as he's the one who's got the most offence in. Neither man crumbles, and as we close in on the last two minutes, they lock in with some back and forth grappling on the canvas, but neither man manage to get the other man to tap out. The match goes the distance as both their second encounters, but now it will be interesting to see who gets the victory, as we mentioned earlier, a scorecard would be used if no winner was declared after ten minutes. Some murmur from the gallery as everyone seemingly wants them to continue, but the scorecard is used and the judges rules this match a victory for Ferrara. Good sportsmansship is shown after the match as well, as the competitors shake hands in respect for each other. Not all matches here in EAM Underground has that going for them. Speaking of, our main event is such a match, and it's up next...

    **********

    We go to a promo video where we we find ourselves in the streets of a dark and abandoned city. It's like a pos-apocalyptic scene. There is nobody in sight. Cars parked everywhere, just left there. The vegetation around the city are slowly taking back what's rightfully their spot. It doesn't seem like anyone has been at this place for decades. What happened here? It starts to rain. Suddenly a thunder and lightning, lighting up the area for a couple of brief seconds. We then see someone walking up to the camera. Someone wearing a long jacket or cape of sorts, and carrying a baseball bat. Thunder strikes again, and another streak of lightning lights up the area. And all of a sudden, the person is gone. We cut back to the arena for our main event...


    *** Main Event ***
    Cage Matchup
    Douglas O'Shea Vs Shaun Davis

    It's main event time here in EAM Underground, and this is no doubt the biggest main event so far. The cage has been lowered down over the ring and both competitors have entered the ring and are now locked inside the steel structure. Homicide informs that if any of them will attempt to climb the cage and escape, it will not result in the match to end, as the winner can only be declared by pinfall or submission, inside the cage. The bell rings and they go at each other with murder in their eyes. This is not going to be pretty. It turns ugly pretty quick actually, as Davis uses the cage to his advantage and busts O'Shea's forehead open, scraping it against the steel. But this only seem to hulk up O'Shea. Back and forth punches and jabs for a short time before O'Shea goes for a lariat. Davis dodges and makes a hold on O'Shea. Neckbreaker followed up by a jackhammer. He covers but O'Shea kicks out at the two count. His face is all bloodied up now, and he struggles to see. O'Shea gets back on his feet, wiping his face before gesturing to Davis to come at him. Davis charges and goes for a shoulder-block type manouver, but O'Shea gets out of harms way and Davis connects only with the steel cage. O'Shea grabs Davis and connects a DDT before he starts to climb the turnbuckles while holding on to the cage. He jumps off, delivering a hard-hitting legdrop. He covers, but Davis manage to kicks out at the two count. The tension between these competitors easily comes out in this matchup, and it's probably not over with this match either. Both men starts to climb the cage while throwing punches at the other. After a short time both men are on the top of the cage, both men sitting over the top with their legs. Back and forth jabs and punches as both men starts to wobble at their stance. The blood in O'Shea's face has to be a barrier for him at this point, making it very difficult to see clearly. But then, almost a viking berserker are affected by the sight of blood, O'Shea get's unexpected strenght from somewhere deep within. He gets up on his feet at the top, and before Davis manage to react, O'Shea grabs a hold of him and leaps off the cage! Oh My GOD! Irish Bomb from the top of the cage and down onto the floor! This is over! Both men could easily have died from that impact! Some time goes by when EMT's arrives at the scene and we are quickly informed that this match is ruled a no-contest, as neither man are able to continue after that fall. A sad way to end this brutal cage match, but even in EAM Underground, we have to think about the welfare of the competitors. This episode of EAM Underground ends with the sight of O'Shea and Davis being carried out on stretchers...

    **********






    SHOW Summary

    (1) El Generico defeated Austin Theory after a Brainbuster

    (2) Will Ferrara defeated Darius Lockhart after a unanimous decision by the EAM judges (30–27, 30–27, 30–27)

    (3) Douglas O'Shea Vs Shaun Davis was ruled a No-Contest

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