Re: International Pro Wrestling
IPW Beach Brawl
The Rose Garden
12th August 2012
This evening’s pay-per-view event begins with a short video montage, highlighting some of tonight’s matches, including the IPW World Championship bout between Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes. As the video comes to a close, “Shoot To Thrill” by AC/DC, the official theme tune of Beach Brawl begins to play, and pyros shoot off all around the arena. The fans in The Rose Garden go wild as Josh Mathews and William Regal welcome us to IPW Beach Brawl! The broadcast team talks about tonight’s card, before Josh let’s us know the first match of the night is about to get underway!
Various superstars are gathered in the ring, ready for the battle royal to determine the first ever IPW Television Champion. The ten men are ready to go, they include – Jey Uso, Heath Slater, Ryback, Jimmy Uso, Sin Cara, Wade Barrett, Santino Marella, Brodus Clay, Ted DiBiase and Sheamus. The bell rings and the opening match at IPW’s first PPV is underway!
10-Man Battle Royal
After their run in with Sheamus the other night on Overdrive, The New Cabinet go straight to work on The Celtic Warrior, using their slight advantage in numbers to push him into the corner and look for an immediate elimination. Sheamus puts up a good fight as the three men continue to brawl. Elsewhere, The Usos are working together and Santino just looks to be trying to stay out of the fight. Heath Slater’s poor run of form continues, he’s the first man to be eliminated by Ryback. Brodus Clay and Sin Cara are fighting with The Usos all on the same side of the ring. Ryback turns his attention to the four men, and runs at them full speed, looking to make a huge elimination. Brodus, Sin Cara, Jimmy and Jey spot the beast coming at them. They all move out of the way, and Ryback’s momentum sends him toppling over the top rope and falling to the floor below. Frustrated, he begins to make his way to the back as the eight men continue to fight in the ring. Sheamus eventually looses his battle against the New Cabinet, Barrett and DiBiase’s double team tactics work and they heave him over the top rope. The Great White looks furious as Wade and Ted begin to laugh at him. Managing to compose himself, Sheamus looks to be going to the back, but hangs around ringside, his eyes focused on DiBiase and Barrett. The New Cabinet, whilst wary of Sheamus, turn their attention to The Uso twins. Barrett fights with Jey whilst DiBiase takes on Jimmy. At the same time, Sin Cara finds himself on the top rope. He jumps off, looking for a moonsault, but is met by a massive head-butt from Brodus Clay and Cara goes flying out of the ring. Just after this, DiBiase manages to overpower Jimmy and throw him over the top rope. Santino, Jey Uso, Wade, Ted and Brodus remain in the battle for the TV title. Sheamus is still pacing around the outside of the ring. Santino eventually tries to get involved, he goes to assist Wade and Ted in eliminating Jey Uso. The New Cabinet suddenly stops; they look at Santino, before nodding to each other. They leave Jey in the corner as they each grab Santino, before picking him up and simply throwing him out of the ring. They then refocus on Jey. They throw him across the ropes before double-teaming him on the way back. Ted hits a dropkick whilst Barrett connects with a big boot. The impact of these two moves sends Jey toppling over the ropes and to the floor below. Three men remain – Wade Barrett, Brodus Clay and Ted DiBiase. Still looking to work together, The New Cabinet begin to beat down the Funkasaurus. Suddenly, Sheamus starts to trash talk Ted and Wade. Barrett leaves Ted with Brodus to go and deal with Sheamus. Barrett and Sheamus begin to shout off at each other. Sheamus climbs up onto the apron so he’s right up close to Wade. Wade goes to hit Sheamus with a right hook, but the Irishman ducks before grabbing Wade and pulling him right over the top rope. On the outside, Sheamus picks Wade up for nailing him with a massive Brogue Kick. The final two men are exchanging punches in the middle of the ring. Ted manages to get the upper hand and he sends Brodus down to the mat with a high knee. He then scoops him up before nailing him with the Dream Street. Ted throws Brodus over the top rope, but the Funkasaurus hangs on and manages to pull himself back in. Unaware of this, Ted looks over at Sheamus and the pair begin to shout off at each other. Sheamus has Ted distracted long enough for Brodus to recover and come over to Ted. Brodus taps Ted on the shoulder and as he turns around, hits him with a massive head-butt that sends him over the top rope. The bell rings and Brodus falls to his knees in victory.
Winner: Brodus Clay in 13:21 (NEW Television Champion)
Brodus quickly gets to his feet as he is presented with his new title. Sheamus slides into the ring and raises the Funkasaurus’ hand high in the air, whilst laughing at The New Cabinet. Ted has recovered and is attending to his fallen tag partner. The crowd is cheering as Brodus begins to dance, whilst Ted and Wade look on in anger.
We go backstage, where SoCal Val is with the IPW World Champion, Randy Orton. SoCal asks Randy for his thoughts on tonight’s match, and if he believes Cody Rhodes can beat him for the championship later on this evening. “Val, Cody Rhodes is a great wrestler, the kid has potential. He reminds me of how I used to be when I started in this business. The problem is – he knows it. Cody will go around running his mouth about how he is the best in the business and the future of the IPW, but I assure you, he is all talk” Randy now looks directly into the camera. “And Cody, you may or may not know this…but I have serious, serious anger management issues. I’ve ended the careers of many men. Cody, don’t make me do the same to you tonight” There’s a pop from the crowd as a slight smile comes on Randy’s face.
Josh and William run through the highlights from the TV title battle royal. They chat about Brodus’ win and the heated growing situation between Sheamus and JBL’s New Cabinet. We are then treated to a series of videos from the past few weeks on Overdrive, looking at the rivalry between The Motor City Machine Guns and Beer Money. After a number of attacks on the Gunners by Storm and Roode, JBL announced that the two teams would be facing off tonight for the IPW Tag-Team Championships! We return back to a live shot inside the arena, before Josh lets us know the second match of the PPV is about to get underway.
There’s a massive uproar as Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin come out and run down to the ring. Each of the Gunners jump up onto turnbuckles and pose for the fans before climbing back down and awaiting the arrival of their opponents. Soon, Roode and Storm are making their way out.
Storm and Roode come out to a reception of massive boos from the Portland crowd. The pair slithers into the ring as Storm takes a few sips from his beer bottle. The two teams eyes are fixed on each other and soon the referee signals for the bell.
IPW Tag-Team Championships
The Motor City Machine Guns vs. Beer Money Inc.
Sabin and Storm begin as the two legal men, with the crowd behind the Guns. To kick off the match there’s some nice back and forth technical wrestling. Sabin gets the upper hand, landing an early hurricanrana before sending Storm into the corner and beating him down and tagging in Shelley. Shelley comes in and runs at Storm, looking for a diving foot stomp, but Storm rolls out of the way and Shelley goes crashing into the turnbuckle. Storm manages to recover and tag in Roode, whilst Shelley leaps and makes a hot tag to Sabin. Roode gets the upper hand over Sabin, landing two neckbreakers in quick succession. Later on, Roode had Sabin locked in an arm trap crossface. As this goes on, on the outside Storm runs around to Shelley and drags him down from the turnbuckle. Shelley goes to retaliate but the referee stops him. Whilst the ref is dealing with Shelley, Beer Money nails Sabin with a Drinking Whilst Investing. Roode then covers Sabin, but he only gets to two. Roode then gets Sabin to his feet and sends him across the ropes, he looks for a clothesline, but Sabin reverses on the way back and lands a dropkick. Both men are down, but manage to crawl to their respective partners and tag them in. Shelley comes in and sends down Storm with a massive superkick. He then continues to dominate and hits a WA4 piledriver. He covers Storm, but just as the referee was about to hit three, Roode jumps in and drags Shelley off the body of his partner. Shelley runs over to Roode, angered, but as he does this, Roode pulls Shelley’s head down onto the ropes, making him groggy. As Alex stumbles around, Storm is there and hits him with a Closing Time. After making the cover, Shelley somehow finds it in himself to kickout at two and a half. Storm drags Shelley back to his feet and begins to lay into him. Roode jumps into the ring, and the pair nail Shelley with the second Drinking Whilst Investing of the night. Shelley lies flat out on the mat and Roode holds Sabin back whilst Storm makes the cover.
Winners: Beer Money Inc. in 10:24 (NEW Tag-Team Champions)
After the match, Roode and Storm continue to beat down Shelley and Sabin, the crowd boos them as they eventually stop and take their new titles off the referee. They laugh as they raise their belts in the air, before looking down over the fallen bodies of the Machine Gunners. Beer Money now leaves the ring, as Regal and Matthews take us through the highlights of the match.
JBL is in his office with his New Cabinet, Wade Barrett and Ted DiBiase. JBL is angered at his two goons. “What the hell was that out there? I’m disappointed with both of you. I’ve chosen you because I thought you were the best this company had to offer. And how do you repay me? First you embarrass me by loosing to that ginger piece of trash Sheamus last week on my show Overdrive, and now neither of you can beat an over-sized dancing moron!? Why should I, the general manager of IPW Overdrive and The Wrestling God, waste my time with you? Get out of my sight!” With this, Ted and Wade look ashamed as they leave the room with JBL shaking his head.
We’re back with Josh and Regal, who discuss the rivalry between AJ Styles and Johnny Curtis over the last month or so. “You see Josh, AJ claims to be the best in the company, with the young talent such as Johnny Curtis shouldn’t be getting a look in. But the young lad Curtis has put on some great performances over the last few weeks on Overdrive and this should be a great match between the veteran Styles and the new kid Johnny Curtis.” With the end of William’s pre-match analysis compete; the familiar music hits the PA system.
“You Are, You Are, I Am, I Am…”
The crowd boos AJ Styles as he comes out and walks down to the ring with a massive air of arrogance about him. He jumps into the ring and taunts the crowd before rolling his arms and warming up for the match. Johnny Curtis’ music hits and he runs out and plays to the cheering fans before jogging down the entrance ramp and sliding under the ropes into the ring. He jumps up onto the turnbuckle and poses before getting down and throwing his shirt into the crowd. Johnny is looking confident as he looks across at his opponent in the other corner of the ring.
AJ Styles vs. Johnny Curtis
Everyone is looking forward to a high-flying contest between the two cruiserweights. The pair quickly circle the ring before locking up and quickly grappling all around the ring. AJ manages to back Johnny into the corner, but the referee breaks them up. The pair circle again before locking up for a second time. This time Johnny seizes control and puts AJ into a headlock before Styles manages to twist out of it and throw Curtis down to the mat with an arm drag. He then gets down and locks Johnny into an inverted STF, but Johnny refuses to tap and rolls out of it, putting AJ into a headlock once again. Again, AJ finds a way out and twists Johnny’s arm behind his back. Johnny kicks behind him and AJ lets go, grabbing his upper leg in pain. Johnny goes for an early roll-up but Styles kicks out at two. The fast paced action continues as Johnny pulls AJ to his feet and the pair lock up yet again. This time AJ pushes Johnny away before hitting him with a Pele, sending Curtis to the mat. He drags the young superstar back up before placing him in a headlock of his own. AJ goes onto the ropes and as the momentum brings them back, he hits Johnny with a bulldog before locking him into a figure-four leglock. Johnny manages to haul himself over to the ropes and gets the break. AJ catches his breath for a moment whilst Johnny gets to his feet. Once back up, Styles runs at his opponent, looking for a flying armbar, but he is met by a big European uppercut from Curtis. AJ falls to the floor and Johnny goes for the cover, but Styles kicks out. Johnny gets AJ to his feet and lands a back suplex before going for the cover again. ‘The Phenomenal One’ kicks out at one and a half. Styles rolls onto Johnny and yet again twists his arm behind his back, increasing the pressure greatly. Again, Johnny breaks out and both men roll up onto their feet, looking dead straight at each other. Styles grabs Johnny and looks for a brainbuster, but once in the air Johnny rolls backwards and ends up behind AJ and hits him with a low dropkick. The action rolls on and it is one counter after another, a great match for the IPW fans. At one point AJ slides out of the ring for a breather, but Johnny is having none of it and rolls out after AJ. The pair run around the outside of the ring before getting back in. Johnny goes for a Johnny Kick but just misses AJ, but he lands on his feet before running at Styles and hitting a discus clothesline. He lays into AJ’s chest before dragging him up and Irish whipping him into the ropes. As he comes back, Styles hits Curtis with a dropkick, regaining control. He throws Johnny into the corner before running and landing a flying armbar. Johnny falls out of the corner and onto the mat. AJ hauls Johnny up and places him onto the top turnbuckle before digging into Johnny’s chest and hitting a massive suplex off the top rope. AJ then grins cockily and he jumps back onto the top rope, and finishes then fallen Curtis off with a Spiral Tap. He makes the cover and gets the three count.
Winner: AJ Styles in 14:42
AJ stays on the mat in exhaustion, before slowly rising to his feet. The majority of the crowd are booing, however there are those who appreciate the brilliant match put on my both AJ and Johnny. Styles looks down at the fallen body of Johnny Curtis, before leaving the ring. Josh and Regal look at some of the best bits of the match before talking about what a great first PPV we’ve had so far. “That’s right Will, and there is still more to come, including the triple threat match for the IPW Intercontinental Championship and ‘The Game’ Triple H taking on ‘The Big Red Monster’ Kane” says Josh. “Indeed, and not forgetting our Main Event here at Beach Brawl, Randy Orton is due to defend his IPW World Championship against Cody Rhodes, a brilliant evening we have lined up!” The IPW commentators seem happy and there’s a quick reminder that next week’s Overdrive will be live from the KeyArena in Seattle, Washington.
We now cut backstage, where Paul Heyman is in the locker room with his two associates, Daniel Bryan and Rob Van Dam. Paul is the first to talk. “You two fine gentlemen are in the match for the Intercontinental Championship, which is coming up next. Now, with both of you being my associates, I’m expecting you to help each other out there and make sure Kennedy doesn’t leave with the belt at the end, capish?” Daniel nods, and goes to shake Rob’s hand. Rob looks at the two men before speaking. “Paul, Dan, I’m doing no favors for anyone out there, don’t expect any help, I’m going to win this title by myself” With this, Rob walks away, leaving Daniel looking angered. Paul simply shrugs his shoulders as the camera fades away.
We’re back out front and there’s a great reaction from the fans as Ken Kennedy comes out, looking fired up. He quickly gets down to the ring and calls a microphone from the heavens above. He looks around the arena before starting. “Ladies and gentlemen here at the Rose Garden for IP frikkin W Beach Brawl! Weighing in tonight, at an absolutely frikkin astonishing two hundred and thirty five and one quarter pounds…He hails, from GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN…” Kennedy takes a moment to clear his throat. “MISTERRRRRRRRRR KENNEDYYYYYYYY……..KENNEDDYYYYY!” Ken smiles as he throws the microphone away and waits for his two opponents. The first one out is Daniel Bryan, who comes to the ring with Paul Heyman, accompanied by a load of heat from the crowd. The “YES!” chants begin around the arena as DB gets into the ring. Heyman walks back up the entrance ramp, ready to bring his other associate to the ring.
“One Of A Kind!”
Rob Van Dam receives a mixed reaction from the crowd. He does a bit a taunting before his signature R V D arm move. He jumps into the ring and looks at both Bryan and Kennedy. Heyman takes his place on the outside of the ring, dividing his time between Bryan and Van Dam.
Mr. Kennedy vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Rob Van Dam
As the bell rings, Bryan jumps at Kennedy and tackles him to the floor. He begins hitting left and rights on Kennedy’s skull before slowly getting to his feet and putting the boots to him. Bryan continues his offence as Kennedy lies helplessly on the floor. Feeling left out, RVD comes running in and lands a spinning crescent kick on Bryan, helping out Kennedy. Bryan rolls around the mat, holding his head in pain as RVD gets to work on Kennedy. Van Dam pulls Ken to his feet before hitting him with a few forearms and the Irish whipping him into the ropes. As Kennedy comes back, RVD goes for a diving superkick, but ‘The Head Asshole In Charge’ reverses it and puts Van Dam to the mat with a snap DDT. Van Dam collapses to the floor as Bryan is getting to his feet. DB gets up and runs at Kennedy. The two exchange blows and Bryan manages to push Kennedy back into the corner of the ring. Bryan begins to beat away at Kennedy’s upper-chest, slowly breaking him down. In the corner of his eye, Bryan sees RVD getting up. Daniel leaves Ken and scurries over to the dazed Van Dam, before taking to opportunity to get revenge for the early attack from his managers other associate. Bryan quickly locks Van Dam into the Yes Lock, but after some time Kennedy manages to rip Bryan away from RVD, and manages to break up the submission. Kennedy drags DB to his feet before landing some neat kicks to Daniel Bryan’s gut. Kennedy then sets up for a Mic Check, but Bryan counters yet another move and sets up for another Yes Lock. But suddenly, RVD comes running in from behind, jumps up and lands a Rolling Thunder to the back of Bryan’s head, sending him straight into the mat. Kennedy manages to pull himself together, he looks down at Bryan, and then across at Van Dam. Kennedy and RVD begin to work together, dragging Bryan into the center of the ring. Kennedy then tells RVD to stand clear. He then climbs to the top rope, dragging Bryan with him, before placing him on his shoulders and jumping off and landing a Green Bay Plunge on Bryan! Bryan lays motionless as Kennedy and Van Dam turn on each other, once again exchanging blows. Kennedy launches a hard offence on RVD, aiming for the lower chest. Van Dam continues to block them, but Ken lands once, sending RVD stumbling back. Kennedy then sends Rob against the ropes, and as he comes back hits him with a side slam backbreaker, sending RVD into the mat. The fans cheer as Ken looks up and a cocky smile comes across his face, thinking he’s won it. The last man standing Kennedy then drops onto DB, looking for the win. The determined Bryan kicks out and a frustrated Kennedy goes for another pin. By this time, Rob is back on his feet; he runs over to the other two and breaks up the pin once again. Kennedy and RVD begin to brawl and Van Dam manages to knock Kennedy into the corner. An exhausted Daniel Bryan slowly rises again, just to see RVD knock Kennedy over the top rope with a hard clothesline, sending Ken crashing to the floor below. RVD now goes over to Bryan and the two begin to knock each other silly. Both men are extremely tired as their punches become weaker. Daniel and Rob are brawling in the center of the ring, when suddenly, out of nowhere, Mr. Kennedy comes flying in with a huge Kenton Bomb, clubbing down both Daniel Bryan and Rob Van Dam at the same time. Kennedy pulls himself up and hooks the leg of Bryan, ready for the win.
Winner: Mr. Kennedy in 12:17 (NEW Intercontinental Champion)
The fans go wild as the referee hands Kennedy the Intercontinental title. Kennedy pulls himself onto the turnbuckle and raises the championship in the air, much to the delight of the fans. The third new champion to be crowned this evening makes his way up the ramp with the belt draped over his shoulder. Daniel Bryan and Rob Van Dam stand in the ring, looking frustrated and angry at each other. Paul Heyman gets into the ring and tries to calm his two associates. Josh and Regal get us hyped for the match coming up next between two of wrestling’s greatest stars – Kane and Triple H. The pair have been feuding over the last month and now tonight they finally go one-on-one here at Beach Brawl.
Cody Rhodes is with Matt Striker in the interviewing area. Matt asks Cody what his game plan is for his match tonight with Randy Orton. Cody pauses for dramatic effect. “Matt, tonight I show the whole world why I’m the greatest wrestler not only in the IPW, but in the world. Randy? You think you can threaten me, coming out with this crap about ending people’s careers? Randy – if anyone’s career comes to an end then it’s yours. You’re an old man Randy. These people here will accept me as their new champion by the end of the night, and do you know how real it’s going to be Matt? It’s going to be damn real” With this Cody walks away laughing, leaving Matt confused about his last comment.
We’re now treated to a highlight package of the feud between Kane and Triple H, which has escalated over the last month. We’ve had chair shots exchanged between the pair and both men slagging each other off. They face off now in our semi-main event!
The arena lights go dark, before suddenly massive red pyros shoot off. Kane slowly makes his way down the entrance ramp with the fans booing him. He walks up the stairs and pulls himself over the top rope. He sets off another set of pyros before removing his over-mask. He turns to face the entrance ramp, ready for his opponent’s arrival.
“Time To Play The Game!”
The crowd goes absolutely nuts for Triple H as he walks out to the stage. There’s a slight smile on his face as he walks down the ramp with a bottle of water in hand. He jumps onto the apron, facing the camera before taking a sip of water and spraying it out in the air. He’s just about to turn around before Kane attacks him and hauls him into the ring.
Kane vs. Triple H
Kane starts to beat down HHH even before the bell has rung. The referee eventually drags The Big Red Machine off of The Game and sends them both into their corners. Once the ref is sure both men are ready, he rings the bell and the match gets underway. Kane continues to attack HHH and keeps the upper hand early on, making sure Hunter says down with big boots and a variety of slams. He then climbs to the top rope and begins to taunt The Game. He waits for him to get to his feet before jumping, looking for a flying clothesline. As he comes down though Hunter catches him with a huge spinning spinebuster. With Kane out, Triple H begins to get himself and the crowd fired up. He puts Kane into a sleeper hold, applying great pressure. After realising Kane isn’t going to tap out, he lets him go and rethinks his game plan. He pulls the groggy Kane to his feet and sends him back down with a chop block. Kane holds his leg in pain and Hunter sees this as an opening. He goes to work on Kane’s leg, aiming a jumping knee drop onto his legs before locking him into a figure-four leg lock. Kane looks about to tap when he finds last second momentum and makes a grab for the ropes. Hunter pulls Kane to his feet once more and sends him across the ropes, hitting a high knee as he comes back. He makes a cover, but The Big Red Monster kicks out at two. Kane starts to find a way back into the game now; the pair exchange punches in the middle of the ring. Kane gets the upper-hand and Irish whips Hunter to the ropes. He looks for a big boot but Triple H ducks and bounces on the other side. Hunter now looks for a running clothesline but this time Kane ducks and Trips bounces off the other side. Both men collide and fall down to the mat. The referee waits a moment before beginning to count both men out. At six, Kane and Trips start to crawl to the turnbuckle and at nine they’re both back on their feet…just. The effects of the match seem to be taking their toll, as both men seem exhausted. The crowd is still behind Trips as the match rolls on. Kane manages to put HHH in a clawhold, choking him in the process. He releases him and Trips falls to the mat. Kane makes the cover now but Hunter kicks out at two. Whilst Hunter recovers, Kane goes to the top and looks for another flying clothesline. However, Hunter quickly shoves himself into the ropes and Kane lands crutch-first on the turnbuckle. Hunter capitalizes and hits a facebreaker knee smash on Kane. Triple H makes a cover of his own, but Kane finds it in himself to kick out at two and a half. Hunter gets Kane up and immediately looks for the Pedigree but the monster reverses it and lands a huge backbreaker on The Game. Kane then stalks his prey and waits for Trips to get back up. Hunter gets to his feet, but Kane is there and nails him with a massive chokeslam. The Devil’s Favorite Demon covers the motionless body of Triple H.
Winner: Kane in 20:49
Kane stands, heavily breathing, over Triple H’s body. He goes to leave the ring, but instead walks over to the body and picks it up. The crowd boos Kane as he continues his assault on Hunter, even though the match is over. Kane nails HHH with a tombstone before shooting off red pyros and leaving the ring with heat. IPW medical personnel come to the ring to check on Hunter as Josh and Regal talk us through the main aspects during the match. Attention then turns to Beach Brawl’s main event, which is coming up next!
A short promo airs advertising IPW’s next pay per view event – Royale Rewards.
“Whoaa Oh, You’re Only Smoke And Mirrors…”
The crowd boos as Cody Rhodes steps out from behind the curtain. He taunts the crowd with a cocky smile. He reaches the ring and slowly steps over the middle rope and gets into the ring. Cody looks around the arena before we see a quick highlight package of the Orton/Rhodes feud.
“I Hear Voices In My Head…”
There is a huge uproar from the crowd as the IPW Champion makes his way down to the ring. Randy has the world title draped over his shoulder and is watching Cody closely as he gets into the ring. The Viper hauls himself onto the turnbuckle before raising his belt in the air - the fans go wild. After doing his signature pose, he drops down and hands his belt to the referee. The ‘Lets Go Randy!” chants have already started. IPW’s first PPV Main Event is about to get underway.
Randy Orton © vs. Cody Rhodes
The bell rings, and both men are raring to go. Randy and Cody both look for opportunities to lock up and eventually they do, the champion gaining the first upper hand. Randy backs Cody into the corner before laying into him. Cody manages to catch one of Orton’s punches and throws him off. Cody jumps out of the corner and grabs Randy, before throwing The Viper into the turnbuckle. Cody now throws some punches of his own, beating Randy right down before taking a moment to catch his breath. He drags Randy up and throws him against the ropes, looking to hit a dropkick, but Randy holds onto the ropes as he hits him and doesn’t bounce back. Rhodes now runs at Randy for a clothesline, but The Viper pulls the ropes down and Cody goes toppling over them and onto the outside. Cody quickly gets up and tries to get back into the ring, but Randy meets him there with a dropkick of his own, sending Cody back down to the floor. Randy now looks to advance his attack and lands a knee drop on the outside of the ring. Orton gets up and throws Cody back into the ring. After hitting Rhodes with a full-nelson slam, he picks him up and goes for a big European uppercut, but Cody ducks and circles around Randy before sending him to the mat with a Russian legsweep. Cody gets Orton up and he brings out a nice quick offence, first landing a bulldog, followed by a knee drop and then an inverted suplex slam. Cody goes for a Disaster Kick, but the champion reverses it and lands a superplex. Orton then brings out his stomps and circles his opponent whilst doing this. Randy then pulls the downed Cody into the corner before sliding out of the ring. He grabs Rhodes’ left arm and smashes it against the metal ringpost. Cody holds his arm in pain as Randy slithers back into the ring. The Viper continues to work on Cody’s arm, increasing the pain with a series of punches and elbows. He looks to finish things off with an RKO, but Cody pushes Randy off and onto the ropes. As Randy bounces back, Cody hits him with a crossbody. Cody makes the first cover but Randy kicks out at one. Rhodes begins to fight his way back into the match, but this doesn’t last long as Randy dives shoulder first into Cody’s bad arm, once again making the challenger cry out. Randy gets Cody onto the apron, before setting up for a rope-hung DDT. But, out of nowhere, Cody manages to his feet before charging Orton right to the other side of the ring. He then lays into Randy, right up to the extent where Orton falls through the ropes and onto the outside. The referee begins to count out Orton whilst Cody taunts the crowd. At the count of eight, Cody rolls out of the ring and the referee goes back to one. Cody begins to pick Randy apart on the outside. He Irish whips him into the barriers before doing the same into the ringpost. He throws Randy back into the ring and puts the boots to him and then lands a nice double leg slam. Cody then gets him up, before hitting a Silver Spoon DDT! Cody makes the cover, but Orton manages to bring his shoulder up just before the referee hits three. Cody once again put the boots on Orton. He gets Randy up and places him in a headlock, but Randy punches his way out of it. Randy runs against the ropes and comes back looking for a falling clothesline, but Cody counters the move and locks Randy in position ready for the Cross Rhodes. As he goes to execute the move, Randy grabs Cody’s arm, lifts him up, before hitting him with an Olympic slam. Randy makes the cover, but there’s another kickout at two. Randy then sends Cody across the ropes and looks to hit the RKO as he comes back, but again Cody counters and gets Orton with a big clothesline. Cody covers, but at two and a half Randy gets out and the fight carries on. Cody pushes Randy into the corner before hitting a running dropkick. He goes again, looking for another one, but Randy boots Rhodes in the face before he can connect. Randy jumps at Cody and connects with a falling clothesline. He now makes the cover, but there is another kick out. Randy now slowly gets up and looks down at Cody. He falls to his knees and begins to smack the mat, firing himself and the crowd up for the finish. Cody stumbles to his feet and Randy is ready for the RKO. But suddenly, a man comes bombing down the entrance ramp. Someone not yet seen in the IPW, everyone is shocked. “The Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle, who both the superstars and referee are unaware of, slides a steel chair into the ring before distracting both Randy and the referee. Confused, Randy goes over to Kurt. Everyone is wondering what he is doing at Beach Brawl. Kurt keeps shouting at the referee long enough for Randy to turn around, only to be met by Cody Rhodes, who nails him with the chair brought to the ring by Angle. The referee turns to see Cody on Randy, and soon we have a new IPW World Champion.
Winner: Cody Rhodes in 29:50 (NEW IPW Champion)
The crowd boos madly as Cody falls to the mat. Kurt jumps into the ring and pulls him up as the referee hands him the title. Cody comes around and raises his title proudly in the air. Kurt holds his other arm in the air as he celebrates. A massive amount of heat is coming from the crowd as Cody gets up onto the turnbuckle and lifts the belt in the air. Kurt stands there clapping him whilst the body of Randy Orton is still. Josh and Regal wish everyone a good evening, and remind them to join us on Overdrive next week for the fallout after Beach Brawl.
Brodus Clay wins 10-man Battle Royal (NEW Television Champion)
Beer Money Inc. def. The Motor City Machine Guns (NEW Tag-Team Champions)
AJ Styles def. Johnny Curtis
Mr. Kennedy def. Daniel Bryan & Rob Van Dam (NEW Intercontinental Champion)
Kane def. Triple H
Cody Rhodes def. Randy Orton (NEW IPW Champion)