The last show ended with Vic the Bruiser, the TLW Heavy Weight Champ turning his back on all that is good and went on a rampage toward almost every member of the TLW, staff and wrestlers alike.
He demanded respect and swore he would "take out" anyone in his way.
This week Vic wasted no time in getting his say before the show. He first apologized for his behavior at the last show but that soon changed. He boasted about how proud he was that he injured Chris Hero and how he had wiped out everyone else in his way.
Rob G Rock came out trying to talk to Vic. Rob G. entered the ring to plead with Vic to think about what he had done and reconsider the threats he had been making.
As soon as Rob G. turned his back, Vic hit him with the Heavy Weight belt.
It wasn't long before wrestlers were bolting from the back to seperate the two. Vic then challenged Rob G. to a match. Of course Rob G. was up to the challenge. Both returned to the dressing room to wait.
John Rock, also known by the fans as "Kool-Aid man" took on DEA member Low Income in the first match.
John Rock started the match by telling everyone he would give lessons on how to wrestle. It was a lessons that fans figured he might know a little about but John Rock had his hands full with Low Income, who knows about as much. John Rock pulled off another win despite the power and talent struggle from Low Income.
The next match involved Simon Sezz and J. B. Thunder. It was also a struggle of power, but with the high-flying moves and great talent showed the two were well-matched. The fans were kept on edge with repetition of torture between the two. It was obviously a battle to the end and Simon Sezz walked away the victor.
The third match was between True Talent Trent Richards and DEA member Outlaw. Richards did his usual complaining, insisting that Outlaw was no match for him.
He soon found out differently, as Outlaw was plenty of competition for him. Outlaw was in obvious pain through out the match and he hurt his ankle somehow.
Still he was able to take the win. Richards had Outlaw in a figure four and although he had the upper hand, Trent tapped out.
Richards had tapped out before in a previous show and fans started to wonder if he was starting a tapping out streak.
Richards argued with the referee that he didn't tap out. The argument ended with Richards putting the ref in the same figure four until he tapped out and Low Income came out to help the ref.
The next match was a four-way with Jailbreak, The Nightstalker, The Amazing Pookey and Raco Andretti. The winner of the match would be the next in line for the Iron Man title match.
The contest started with everyone going after Raco. There was so much action that the fans could hardly keep up with it all.Everyone seemed to be on a chopping spree with bodies flying everywhere.
The audience had a hard time deciding who to cheer for but ultimately they chose Raco, who is also known as "Monkey Boy" but The Nightstalker took the win.
The much anticipated match between Vic the Bruiser and Rob G. Rock finally came about. Rob G. wasted no time as he made a bee-line for Vice and started pounded his anger on the Bruiser. Rob G. had the upper hand for the start of the match but it was clear these Vic wasn't going to take it lying down.
Both wrestlers were out to show the other who was the better man. Neither seemed to give up, regardless of the tremendous pain both seemed to be getting. Vic was making sure he won even if it meant cheating by bringing out a crow bar from the back. The crow bars were used on to beating up the referees when they tried to get Vic to release Rob G. from a very painful crippler-cross-face.
The crowd got so loud that DEA's Low Income soon came help.
Rob G. still won, despite all the cheating. Vic took another chance to grab the microphone and announce that he was TLW's "darkest nightmare."
After the show the newest referee, "Super Mark," Harold Miller was introduced.
The next TLW show will be Sunday, Feb. 15 at Damon Hornback's Auction House in Big Clifty.