Global Wrestling Alliance
Wednesday Night Mayhem!
(HSBC Arena – Buffalo, NY)
[A video montage begins to play on the Spike TV network, as the home of the new Global Wrestling Alliance, which features many of the talents of the new promotion. It ends with Shane McMahon extending his hand towards a mysterious man, but the man is never revealed to the aaudience in the Buffalo arena nor the fans at home. As soon as the video concludes the new music of GWA Mayhem begins to blare over the speakers of the arena, as pyro and fireworks begin to explode throughout the arena and the ruckus crowd explodes out of their seats for the debut of Mayhem. The cameras pan throughout the arena in order to watch the fans, but stop when they turn their focus to Josh Matthews and Matt Striker sitting at the ringside position.]
I would like to welcome everyone to the debut episode of Global Wrestling Alliance's Wednesday Night Mayhem. We have one amazing debut show for all of you here tonight.
Yes of course all of this is true Matt, but I wonder how Shane McMahon will address the rumors that he is not the only man to run this promotion, and will these two men truly see eye-to-eye like the ending of that earlier video?
I know that has a lot of people's attention, but Shane McMahon has promised us that this promotion will truly be about WRESTLING, which is why I agreed to jump to the GWA from another company.
Yes I definitely agree with you on that one, and like Shane has announced in several of the press conferences Wrestling will be the forefront of this new promotion.
[Shane McMahon's “Here Comes the Money” now begins to blare over the arena PA system as he struts down to the ringside area to a massive ovation from the fans. He smiles as he gets into the ring and looks out at all of the screaming fans. We all can tell that he has a lot of positive things to address here tonight, but it appears that he is not ready to reveal all of those details here tonight. He is handed a mic from the lovely Christy Hemme, as he continues to let out a huge smile to the fans as chant Shane O'Mac.]
Both Matt Striker and Josh Matthews stated to all of you watching at home that tonight is a historical night for all the fans of this sport. Our first match in the history of the Global Wrestling Alliance will be a World Television Title triple threat match to determine not only the first champion of the GWA, but we will guarantee that each and every week from this point on we will open with a Television title match. No promos, no segments, nothing but pure wrestling to tune into at the eight o'clock hour of GWA Wednesday Night Mayhem.
So without further ado, let's get straight to the action. Now enjoy the action, but let me tell you that after this match I will be in my office with a man that will have a major role in this company. Let the suspense build for that debut, but enjoy the triple threat match for the Television Title.
Match #1: Television Title Match
Wade Barrett versus Mark Henry versus Alberto Del Rio
[Wade Barrett is seen celebrating in the middle of the ring, as the Mayhem cameras encircle the entire arena while still focusing on the ring in which Wade Barrett is taunting the fans and challenging any man to come down whenever they want and try to take this title from him.]
The introductions of the three men are made as Shane McMahon heads to the backstage area. All three men receive a bit of the same heat from the fans, as all of them are jeering towards the fans and brushing off the fans at ringside. The announcers find it interesting that none of these wrestlers are even going to draw support for these fans, so it will be interesting to see how the fans react to the match. When all three men climb into the ring, the referee signals for the bell. The three of them encircle one another, but Del Rio takes the low road and rolls out of the ring, as the fans heavily boo the act of cowardice. Henry and Barrett watch Del Rio for a moment, but Henry being behind Barrett he turns him around and delivers a couple of strong elbow smashes to the face. Del Rio looks on, as Henry looks at him, but turns his attention back to Barrett after hitting several scoop slams on him. He goes for an early World's Strongest Slam, but Del Rio quickly climbs into the ring and takes out the knee of Henry. Henry falls to one knee, but Del Rio continues the attack on the knee and keeps the big man grounded on the mat.
After a few moments of the beatdown on the knee of Henry, Barrett regains some steam and assists in the beatdown of Henry, as they begin to double team him hitting a double hip toss, followed by a double scoop slam. Del Rio climbs onto the top rope as he awaits Barrett to pull Henry off of the mat. He then hits a flying cross body attack onto Henry where he also goes for a pinfall attempt, but it is quickly broken up by Barrett and a shoving contest begins to ensue between the two men The shoving turns into a fist fight between the two men, with Barrett's bare knuckle background gains the upper hand with several lefts and rights and follows it up with a strong DDT. Del Rio rolls out of the ring once again, but Barrett follows him out and irish whips him into the ring barricade. Barrett follows him in and delivers a strong knee to the face of Del Rio. He rolls him into the ring, and goes for the Wasteland, but it is reversed and Del Rio rolls him up in a sunset flip for a two count. Barrett is quickly back to his feet and locks in a reverse chin lock. Henry looks on as he is a bit angry from the double team attack and delivers a strong lariat to Barrett as he turns his attention to Henry after breaking the hold.
Henry delivers some big time power moves on both Barrett and Del Rio for the next few minutes. He again goes for the World's Strongest Slam on Del Rio, but this time Barrett prevents the move by going after the knee again. This time Barrett locks in a a leg lock on the massive tree trunks that Henry calls legs, but he powers out of the move by using his other leg to kick Barrett in the head. Barrett slides out of the ring, and Henry then turns his attention towards Del Rio who gives him a flying elbow smash. He delivers a second one that again rocks the big man, which a third one is followed but Henry catches him and slams him down. Barrett climbs to the apron and taunts Henry, when he approaches him Barrett pulls him down and chokes him on the top rope. He then climbs into the ring and somehow picks up the big man onto his shoulders and hits a modified Wasteland. He goes for the cover as the referee counts the 1, 2, and 3 count as he signals for the bell to ring.
Christy Hemme: The winner of the match VIA pinfall, and First ever GWA World Television Champion, Wade Barrett.
This man truly is a confident one, but he is definitely not adhering himself to these fans here in Buffalo or the fans watching at home.
Yes that may be true, but he seems to be showing a lot of passion in that ring. I can't really think of anyone who is going to be able to topple this man right now.
That may be the case, but I am being told that we have to cut off to a preview for something Shane McMahon and another has set up in regards to the World Heavyweight Title.
[A preview is being shown to all the fans of the new promotion highlighting the eight men that will participate in a single elimination tournament to crown the first ever GWA World Heavyweight Champion. The eight men that are highlighted as followed: Chris Jericho, AJ Styles, James Storm, Robert Roode, Sheamus, Christian Cage, Tyler Black, and finally Bryan Danielson. Images of the GWA World Title is shown hanging high above a ring with the question who will climb to the top of the GWA at “When World's Collide!” The screen goes black, but when the cameras focus once again on the live arena we are in the backstage office of the owner and promoter of Global Wrestling Alliance. Shane McMahon comes on camera next to a chair that is turned away from the camera, alll that is shown from the chair is a single arm and Shane begins to address the fans once again.]
I am here tonight for one reason and one reason only and that is to get this promotion and Wednesday Night Mayhem off the ground, but the only way we can make this a success so I felt we needed to bring in a man to run the backstage political issues that will come about when running a wrestling promotion. I searched high and low for the best man for the job of GWA Commissioner. That search lead to one man...
[The chair turns around quickly at that last word and it is revealed to be none other than a man that everyone is familiar with, none other than William Regal. He let's out a quick and patented Regal smirk as he prepares to speak to the fans watching Mayhem.]
Yes Shane McMahon felt I was the best man for the job and of course I had to agree with him, as only a man of my stature and my abilities could run one of the best promotions of all time. So tonight not only are we commercial free tonight, but we will have the first two tournament matches. These names will not be revealed just yet, but the first of two matches will be next. Before we get to that action, I have made the main event official. We will see four of the best Cruiserweight division talent in the World today compete to become the first ever GWA Cruiserweight champion. The four men that will compete are Rey Misterio, Jr., “A Double” Austin Aires, Jack Evans and Justin Gabriel. Now without further ado, let's get to the action once again.
[The cameras again go back inside of the arena as the announcers are seen addressing the most recent news.]
Wow that is the most amazing turn of events that GWA could hope for. Mr. Regal is one of the most interesting characters of all time. He truly knows how to make not only every match he is in a great match.
While he is a great wrestler, is he a management type is the only question that I have for him.
I don't know, but time will tell, but it appears as if he has already made one hell of a match because Bryan Danielson and now Tyler Black is to be the first match in the World Heavyweight Title tournament. These two definitely are familiar with one another.
Yes if anyone has followed both of these men's career, they know that these two men have had many, many heated feuds throughout their careers.
[Tyler Black is second out who gets a mixed reaction from the fans, as many of them do not want to cheer against “The American Dragon.” The two men enter the ring at the same time as they stare one another down, but shake hands in the middle of the ring.]
Match #2: World Heavyweight Title Tournament
Tyler Black versus Bryan Danielson
They lock up after a few moments of encircling one another. The little bit bigger Tyler Black shoves him down to the mat, but Danielson climbs to his feet quickly and this time gains the quick advantage with three hip tosses one after the other. Black let's out a quick smirk in the direction of Danielson, but stays on one knee agaisnt the ropes and Danielson delivers a strong kick to the face of Black, who then rolls out of the ring. The referee pushes Danielson away from the ropes and then starts a count. As Black starts to get to his feet, Danielson runs along the ropes and dives out with a suicide dive, but Black moves out of the way and Danielson crashes and burns near the bottom of the entrance ramp. Black goes to pick up Danielson off of the ringside floor, then irish whips him into the side of the ring. He comes crashing in with a severe shoulder block to the gut of Danielson. Danielson is rolled back into the ring as Black quickly climbs into the ring to gain a pinfall, but Danielson kicks out at two as Collision heads to its first commercial break of the evening.
As the cameras come back into the arena, Josh Matthews and Matt Striker are describing this match as it continues to be a bunch of stiff chops and kicks to the other person.
Matthews: This has been an amazing back and fourth match as only these two men can do.
Striker: You're right about that Josh, these two men have worked with one another through their careers on the independent scene and it appears as if these two men know each other very well.
Matthews: Anytime that two wrestlers know each other like these two, that match will always be great due to the fact that the moves and reversals are truly amazing to the end.
Back in the ring, it appears as if Tyler Black has gained the upper hand in the match, as he has hit a piledriver, but could only get another two count. Tyler Black climbs the top rope and awaits Bryan to get to his feet one more time, then leaps off of the top rope and hits a flying cross body onto him, but Danielson rolls through and gets a two count of his own. Black rushes to get to his feet, and helps Danielson to his feet as he sets him up in a brainbuster position, but Danielson again drops down and rolls up Black, but only a two count. Black is to his feet and gets a bit frustrated as begins to put the boots to Bryan in the corner ringpost. He then turns to the other side of the ring, but comes running back when he kicks the head of Danielson nearly off his head. Danielson looks out of it as he sits in the corner, but Black drags him to the center of the ring as he climbs the top rope. He hits a big splash on Danielson and goes to cover Danielson once more, but only gets another two count. This time the frustration is truly boiling over, as Josh and Matt are asking what is it going to take to put this man down for a three count. The frustration boils over so much that he gets into the face the referee for this match, but Danielson starts to stir and grabs a hold of Black's hips as he pulls him down into a cover for a quick two. Black looks over at Danielson as he tries to get to his feet, he then hits a missle dropkick to him before he can get to his feet completely. Danielson is down on the mat, but Black climbs the top rope symbolizing the end of this match. He goes for the Phoenix Splash, but Danielson rolls out of the ring sending Black hard to the mat. Danielson rolls back into the ring very slowly due to the beating he has suffered throughout the match, but he is able to quickly lock in the LaBell Lock directly in the center of the ring. Black tries to hold on as he slowly crawls to the ring ropes, but before he can make the ropes he has no choice but to tap out to Danielson's LaBell Lock. The referee calls for the bell, as Danielson releases the hold. Danielson attempts to help Black to his feet, but when he does he offers a handshake, but Black blatantly disrespects him and slaps his hand out of the way and exits the ring. He smiles at Tyler leaving the ring, as the referee raises his arm in victory.
Christy Hemme: The winner of the match via SUBMISSION, BRYAN DANIELSON and advancing into the World Heavyweight Championship Tournament.
That truly was an amazing match. I truly hope that these two men step into the ring one more time and put on one hell of a wrestling clinic.
After that response from Black towards the man that just beat him, as well as the beating he gave to him I highly believe that is exactly what Tyler Black has in mind.
Well tonight's match up is over, but could the next match we see them in be for the GWA World Heavyweight Title?
Well he has to go through two more matches before that can happen, so anyone's guess is as good as mine. Hold on, I am being told that Danielson is in the back with our very own JB, let's see what he has to say in regards to the tournament and this first match of the evening.
[The cameras quickly head to the backstage area as Jermey Borash is seen ready to interview the man that just won the first match of GWA Collision, Bryan Danielson.
That was truly a hard fought match, I have to ask though was there anytime in that match that you felt like you were done physically, as that was an awful beating you took out there tonight?
[b]Danielson:]/b] Well JB there is only so much .... ....
[Danielson stopped dead in his tracks when Tyler Black quickly attacks him from behind. He lays in lefts and rights on the fallen Danielson, then picks him up and puts him in a scoop slam position and sends him crashing into the table positioned right next to the interview area. Tyler Black then looks over at JB and grabs the arm that is holding the mic.
When our good friend there wakes up from his nap, please let him to make sure he looks over his shoulder wherever he goes. When he least expects it we will meet like this one more time. Now get out of my face JB.
[Black pushes JB out of the way as security and referees are checking on the condition of Danielson, as Collision goes to a preview for next week's main event, which features the former tag team Beer Money going one-on-one with Robert Roode and James Storm going after their goals of wearing the World Heavyweight Title..]
[When the cameras go back into the arena, we see Josh Matthews and Matt Striker talking about the heinous actions of Tyler Black, but Striker is a bit more willing to state that it is a great sign for the GWA, as all of these wrestlers will do whatever it takes in order to become the first ever World Heavyweight Champion. As they discuss the main event, all of a sudden the music of Samoa Joe begins to blare over the PA system. The announcers are quick to announce that this match has assigned all four men in this match randomly. So we could see a pairing of two teams that will not be able to work together or we could see two men truly begin a reign of dominance.]
[Samoa Joe enters the ring, as an entrance music begins to play over the PA system that is unfamiliar to anyone, and the lights go out and a masked man appears on the top of the stage. Samoa Joe tells the man to reveal who it is, and it is third generation wrestler in Husky Harris. Joe looks surprised by the introduction, but smirks as the following team comes out. Shelton Benjamin is the first one to come down to the ringside area, and as he awaits at the bottom of the ramp the music of Elijah Burke begins to play and Shelton shakes his head in favor of this pairing. They rush the ring and jump start the match quickly as all four men begin exchanging punches.]
Match #3: Tag Team Wild Card Match
Samoa Joe & Husky Harris versus Shelton Benjamin & Elijah Burk
[The two men in the middle of the ring hold their hands up in victory as they celebrate their first victory as a team. All of a sudden though William Regal appears on the People's Tron at the top of the arena, as he let's out a smirk. He prepares to speak, as the fans are chanting Regal over and over again.]
The referee tries to gain some order into this tag team match, as he gets in the middle of Joe and Burke and push the two men to their respective corners. He officially calls for the bell, and the action continues between Harris and Benjamin. Benjamin uses his speed to keep away from the stronger Harris in the ring, but eventually Harris hits a powerful forearm smash and Benjamin lands on the ring apron. He goes to pick up Benjamin and attempts to suplex him back into the ring, but Benjamin blocks him and attempts a suplex of his own. Harris blocks the full suplex and lands next to Benjamin on the ring apron. The two men start to exchange lefts with one another, but Joe decides to intervene. He attempts to strong arm Benjamin off of the apron, but instead delivers a strong elbow smash to the chest of Harris after Benjamin dropped down to the ringside floor.
Joe looks on at Harris, but instead of looking sorry he let's out a quick smirk at his fallen partner. Joe stands on the outside of the ring as he watches Benjamin roll Harris back into the ring and lock in a figure four maneuver. Harris somehow makes it to the ropes, as Joe looks impressed and decides to climb back onto the apron. Joe then tags himself into the match and delivers some running knees to Benjamin every time he gets to his feet. He attempts to lock in the Kokina Clutch, but Benjamin drops Joe's chin onto his shoulder. Joe holds his jaw for a moment, but stops Benjamin from crawling to his tag team partner. Joe grabs Benjamin and irish whips him into the ropes with so much force that he falls to the ring mat after the hit. Joe locks in a sleeper hold on the fallen Benjamin. The referee waits a few moments, but it appears as if he is fallen asleep from the hold. He holds up his arm two times and it falls, but the third time he holds it up and starts to rally the fans in support of him, as his partner does the same. Joe tries to hold onto the sleeper, but the elbows from Benjamin have a lasting effort on him and Benjamin delivers a hip toss. Both men are down on the mat, but Joe slowly gets to his feet first, but when he goes to pick up Benjamin off of the mat he is rolled up for a two count in a small package.
Benjamin delivers a couple of stiff kicks to the solarplex of Joe, as he is feeling the kicks Benjamin falls backwards and tags in Burke. Elijah Burke comes into the match in a fury of offense as he delivers a clothesline and follows it up with multiple scoop slams. Burke then climbs to the top rope, but when Joe gets to his feet he attempts a cross body and Joe non-nonchalantly steps out of the way. Burke is holding his chest as he tries to catch his breath and get to his feet, but Joe irish whips him into the corner where he tags in Harris. Joe picks up Burke onto his shoulders, as Harris then hits a running neckbreaker onto Burke as he drops him. Harris goes for a cover, but out of no where Benjamin breaks up the pinfall attempt at two. Joe re-enters the ring and goes after Benjamin, but Benjamin has enough strength in him to toss him over the top rope. Burke slowly starts to stir, as does Harris who was met with a clothesline from Benjamin after the pinfall was broken up. Burke sees Harris, and the two men stare one another down for a moment and he runs towards him and delivers a running neckbreaker of his own. Burke tags in Benjamin. Instead of leaving the ring, Benjamin climbs up to the top rope and Burke lifts up Harris and delivers a double handed power slam, as Benjamin then leaps off in a splash type move on to Harris. Benjamin grabs the leg of Harris in a pinfall attempt. Burke knocks Joe off of the apron before he can break up the pinfall and the final three count, as the referee then rings for the bell to signify the end of the match.
Christy Hemme: The winner of the match VIA pinfall, Shelton Benjamin and Elijah Burke.
That was an impressive victory and I applaud you two for a great showing of teamwork yet never teaming together before. I have brought together another team that has never teamed together before. A team that has a lot in common, and a team that came together for the quest of tag team gold. So next week we will see another tag team match showcasing two teams. Next week you will face the pairing of Douglas Williams and Petey Williams in the middle of that ring. The winner of the match will face a team of my choosing at When World's Collide for the GWA World Tag Team Championships. Enjoy this victory right now because you will face two men who want nothing more than to be the best of the best in the tag team scene of GWA.
What an amazing opportunity for a fledgling team like Burke and Benjamin. Can these two co-exist enough in order to topple another team that has been brought together by the GWA Commissioner himself?
My question to the commissioner is how can they just throw together tag teams and give them a chance at possibly the most prestigious titles in the world of wrestling today?
Every team has to start somewhere, but like Shane McMahon has stated already tonight is history in the making, could we see the rise of the newest hot tag team in the industry come When World's Collide?
That could be a good way to look at it, but let's go back to Jeremy Borash right now as he is standing by with the Miz.
[The Miz is positioned to the right of Jermey Borash, as he stares directly into the camera with a cocky smile on his face.]
The action has been extreme throughout this commercial free debut of Wednesday Night Mayhem, can we see even more action come out of you when you go one-on-one with the Great White Sheamus?
Are you stupid JB? I am The Miz....and I AM AWESOMEEEEEEEEEEEE! My awesome in ring ability will make this match the match of the night. The match that everyone will be talking about for the months and even years to come. The only match that will garner any more interest than tonight will be the match at the Pay Per View when I am crowned the first ever GWA World Heavyweight Champion.
Well I can respect your confidence in yourself, but honestly Sheamus has been in the best of shape of his career and he left another company at the top of his game. How can you say that you are going to dominate this division when you have been lacking as of late?
Don't you ever question the ability of the Awesome One. I am not called the Awesome One just because of my good looks, my superior personality, but I am called the Awesome one because of the things that I do in that ring. I can beat everyone who is on this roster. I can beat anyone who is from the North, from the South, from the East and from the West. It doesn't matter who they put in front of me, I will step over them all because ….. …....... I'M THE MIZ AND I'M AWESOMEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
[The Miz leaned towards JB and whispers something in his ear, but turns towards the entrance way as the music of “The Awesome One” begins to play over the PA system in the arena and he comes out to a massive amounts of boos and jeers from the fans in attendance. He brushes off each and every fan on his way down to the ringside appearing extremely cocky and determined to walk out of the arena one step closer to the World Heavyweight title. As he climbs into the ring, the music changes and the fans jump to their feet as the Irish man comes out from behind the curtain. He makes a direct walk to the ring never taking his eyes off of The Miz, who is still smiling in the middle of the ring.]
Match #4: World Heavyweight title Tournament
The Miz versus Sheamus
Sheamus enters the ring quickly as he does the referee calls for the bell, and he attempts a brogue kick on Miz right away, but it is ducked and Sheamus is then rolled up for a two count in a school boy. The Miz tries to put the boots to Sheamus and keep him on the ground, but Sheamus powers as he gets to his feet quickly. He grabs the leg of The Miz and delivers a dragon screw leg lock. Sheamus climbs on top of The Miz and delivers some stiff lefts and rights to the face of The Miz, as well as some elbows. The referee forces Sheamus off of him after a count of four and the referee scolds him as The Miz then rolls out of the ring. The Miz pulls something out of his trunks, as Sheamus is coming to grab a hold of him he quickly hits him with what appears to be brass knuckles and hides it from the referee.
He shakes his head and regains some steam and crawls into the ring. He goes for a quick cover, but Sheamus somehow kicks out at the count of two and a half. The Miz is extremely upset, as he gets into the face of the official, but unbeknownst to him Sheamus has started to stir and he goes for another brogue kick with a look of intensity on his face, and The Miz turns around where he gets nailed directly with the kick. Sheamus goes for the cover, and the referee counts the 1, 2, and 3. The referee signals for the bell to ring.
Christy Hemme: The winner of the match VIA pinfall AND advancing into the World Heavyweight Title Tournament, Sheamus.
It appears as if the cockiness of The Miz has backfired on him in this tournament match.
Yes it appears as if he was looking too far into the future and underestimated his opponent here tonight.
Yes and Sheamus is a man that cannot be taken lightly, as was proven here tonight he can kick your head off at any in a match with him.
[The announcers continue to discuss the World Heavyweight title tournament, as a four way camera view shows the four men that will compete in the main event of tonight's show, the wrestlers are as followed, Austin Aires, Rey Misterio, Jr., Justin Gabriel, and Jack Evans. Each men are preparing the biggest match of their careers, as Shane McMahon has stated that the Cruiserweight Title match will be the main event of the very first GWA Mayhem. The announcers commentate, “That these men must be a tad bit nervous due to this being for not only the Cruiserweight title, but everyone is going to be watching due to this being the first main event of the Global Wrestling Alliance's Wednesday Night Mayhem.]
[A preview now takes place of the World Heavyweight title tournament, but still no answers on to who is going to be facing in the next two World Title tournaament matches. The video ends with the official video promotion for “When World's Collide,” which will take place in four weeks time.]
[Back inside of the arena, Josh Matthews and Matt Striker are talking, but are interrupted by the in-ring introductions of each of the four men. The announcers point out the fact that this is the first time in a long time that a Cruiserweight title match is taking place on national television in America for almost five years. These four men have a lot to live up to here tonight, but it appears as if all four men can do just that. They make it to the ring, as the referee tells the combatants that only two men can be in the ring at a time. Aires starts out on the apron, as does Rey Misterio, Jr. which means that Jack Evans and Justin Gabriel are starting this match.]
Main Event: Cruiserweight Title Match
Austin Aires versus Rey Misterio, Jr. versus Jack Evans versus Justin Gabriel
[Rey, Jr. slowly gets up to his feet and he tries to shake the hand of the new Cruiserweight Champion, but he turns his back on him out of disrespects the legendary cruiserweight. The announcers heavily abhor the actions of this man, and state that he should not disrespect the man that made everything possible for guys under 220 lbs to be a success in this business. They go onto talk about how disrespectful the actions are and that he should not be champion; however, Chris Jericho's music begins to play over the PA system and the lights go out inside of the arena as Jericho makes his traditional entrance. He walks down wearing a finely woven suit and clapping his hands in praise of the new champion. He climbs into the ring.]
Rey and Aires are positioned in the opposite ends of the ring, as Gabriel and Evans start the match out with a fast paced offense. Gabriel delivered a triple set of hip tosses onto Evans, but he gets back to his feet each time and is then met with a chop to the chest. Evans is then sent into the ropes, as Gabriel ducks his head, Evans slides over the back and then bounces off of the ropes and hits a flying forearm smash on Gabriel. He grabs a hold of him and then sends Gabriel crashing into the corner where Aires is positioned. Aires starts to choke him, then tags himself in and goes to work on Gabriel in the corner of the ring. He picks him up and places him on the top rope. He climbs up with him, but taking his time. This gives Gabriel a chance to recover and he pushes him off. Aires lands hard onto the mat back first as Gabriel leaps off for a splash, but Aires put up his knees in the nick of time. Both men are down in the middle of the ring, and go to the opposite corners where they tag in Rey, Jr. and Jack Evans. Both men run into the ring, and Rey, Jr. ducks a quick clothesline attempt by Evans, then turns around and nails a spinning leg lariat on Evans. Rey, Jr. sends Evans into the ropes, but is hit with a flying headscissors attack by Evans, which sends Rey, Jr. to the outside of the ring. Evans then runs on the opposite side of the ring, and leaps out of the ring on the other side with a spinning plancha on Rey, Jr. outside of the ring. Both men are down on the floor, but when Evans gets to his feet we see Gabriel flip over the top rope directly onto Evans. Finally Gabriel is posing to the fans until Aires nails a suicide dive through the ropes onto Gabriel and he goes back first into the ring barricade. He rolls Gabriel into the ring where he makes the referee count, but only gets a two count. Aires lifts him up for the brainbuster, but Rey, Jr. is back to his feet on the ring apron and when he has Gabriel positioned in the air, Rey, Jr. hits a springboard dropkick to the stomach dropping both Gabriel and Aires to the mat. He goes for a cover, but only gets a one count on Aires. Rey, Jr. is then rolled up by Evans who has climbed into the ring for a two count before Gabriel breaks it up. Gabriel climbs to the top rope and awaits for Evans to turn around, then leaps off of the turnbuckle for a cross body attack. Evans rolls through the move and covers him for a two count. All four men are in the ring and the referee has lost complete control of the match, as the action has squared off between Evans and Gabriel on one side of the ring and on the other Rey, Jr. and Aires pair off hitting several quick kicks and elbows to one another. The action of Gabriel and Evans spills out to the outside of the ring, as the other two men see this they run along the ropes and hits a pair of suicide dives onto the other two men at the same time. They smile for a quick moment, but then turn back to each other and Aires gains the upper hand where he nails a huge discus lariat on Rey, Jr. He rolls him into the ring where he climbs the top turnbuckle and awaits Rey, Jr. to get to his feet again. As he does, Aires leaps off and hits a missle dropkick. Aires then sets him up for the brainbuster, but Rey, Jr. slides out of the hold and hits a dropkick of his own, which sends him into the ropes where he hits the 619. He stands on the apron and waits for a moment. He then leaps off of the top rope and attempts his patented huarcanranna, but it is reversed and Aires sends him crashing hard into the ring mat in a powerbomb like move. Aires then picks him up one more time, and hits the brainbuster. He goes for the cover on Rey, Jr. as the referee counts the 1, 2, and 3! He signals for the bell to ring and the referee then hands the new Cruierweight title and holds up the arm of Aires.
Christy Hemme: The winner of the match VIA pinfall and FIRST EVER GWA Cruiserweight Champion, AUSTIN AIRES!!!!
[When Jericho climbs into the ring he stares him down for a moment still clapping, but then extends his hand to Aires who shakes it and the two men smile towards all of the fans. All of a sudden the music of AJ Styles begins to play and he appears at the top of the stage. A statement appears on the People's Tron at the top of the arena showcasing next week's Main Event of GWA Mayhem will be CHRIS JERICHO versus AJ STYLES: World Title Tournament! The cameras fade out to black, as AJ is seen smiling at the top of the entrance signifying that he will soon be the World Heavyweight Champion, as does Jericho in the middle of the ring.]