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  • King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

    The 2006 edition of The King of Wrestling Tournament will consist of wrestlers who held recognized championships and tournaments in 2006 from the following promotions. WWE, TNA, Chikara, AAA, Noah, CMLL, ROH, OVW, NJPW, NWA, and AJPW as well as award winners from Pro Wrestling Illustrated and The Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The field will consist of the following wrestlers.

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    The Commentators
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    The format will be a little different from most years: the first round will consist of 4 on 4 elimination matches in which only survivors will advance. There will be a second chance battle royal for some of those who were eliminated to get back into the tournament. The remaining rounds will be one on one unless there are an odd number of participants in a round, in which case a special multi-man match will take place. The final round will consist of 4 to 6 wrestlers in a round robin format. All rounds other than the first and last will be simple elimination.
    Last edited by Sea Slug; 03-01-2017, 03:37 PM.
    If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
    -John Stuart Mill

  • #2
    Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

    Hewitt: Hi folks, I’m “Pitchfork” Brad Hewitt alongside “The Ageless Wonder” Truls Lomo. Truls, what can we expect from the first round?

    Lomo: The biggest stars of the year and a lot of eliminations. At least half of the competitors will be out by the end of this round. The wrestlers were allowed to choose their own teams for this round, but any slot that couldn’t be filled was filled at random, so there could be a little infighting.

    Charly Manson/ Takao Omori/ Minoru Suzuki/ Jeff Hardy vs. Roddy Piper/ Ric Flair/ Masahiro Chono/ Shinsuke Nakamra

    Chono starts off in the ring and waits for his opponents to choose a starter. After a lot of discussion and stalling by the Extreme Family, Chono takes matters into his own hands by giving Manson an elbow between the shoulder blades. Chono pulls Manson to the middle of the ring as the official ushers Omori, Suzuki, and Hardy out of the ring. Chono does a belly to back suplex and tags in Piper.

    Manson is still disoriented and is facing away from his opponents when he gets up. Piper seizes the advantage with a sleeper hold. Manson bends over to pull Piper onto his back and carries him to his corner where Omori knocks Piper off of his partner with a punch between the eyes and tags in.

    Omori runs to the ropes and levels Piper with a lariat. Omori helps Piper to his feet and does the axe guillotine driver followed by a cover…
    1…
    2…
    3

    Lomo: Just like that it’s 4 on 3.

    Hewitt: For all his experience, Piper should’ve known he couldn’t finish off Charly Manson that early.

    Flair, stomps on Omori’s head almost a full second late to save his partner. Omori is quick to his feet and receives a chop from Flair. Omori fires back with a chop of his own, but Flair fires back. Omori, being in his corner, tags out and Flair backs to the middle of the ring.

    Hardy comes into the ring and locks up with Flair. Hardy does an armdrag, but misses with a leg drop. Hardy rolls out of the way of an elbow drop from Flair, only for Flair to have faked him out. As Hardy tries to get up, Flair is already running. Hardy falls to the mat due to a running shoulder block. Flair continues on to the ropes and drops a knee, but Hardy rolls to his corner and tags in Suzuki.

    Suzuki steps into the ring and strikes Flair across the face. Flair responds with a chop and Suzuki give Flair a kick to the gut. Suzuki turns Flair over with a standing Oklahoma roll…
    1…
    2..
    Flair kicks out. Suzuki is the first man up and he punches Flair back to a neutral corner. Suzuki whips Flair across the ring and Flair flips over the top turnbuckle and runs along the apron, but gets knocked off the apron by an elbow from Manson. Suzuki tags in Hardy.

    Hardy runs to the ropes across the ring as the referee begins to count Flair out of the ring. Hardy does a plancha, but Flair, who was on his knees, rolls out of the way. Flair is not able to dodge the elbow that Manson drops on him from the apron. This move, naturally, causes Chono and Nakamura to run around the ring and a full on fracas breaks out. Most of the competitors appear to forget who their opponents are and this allows Flair to slip into the ring. Suzuki is not far behind Flair and the referee doesn’t watch the slugfest in the ring because he is counting out Hardy. As the ref counts to 10, Flair lands a low blow on Suzuki. The ref turns around to see Flair roll Suzuki up in a small package…
    1…
    2…
    3

    Hewitt: Wooeee! I didn’t see that one comin’

    Lomo: He’s not the dirtiest player in the game for nothing.

    Hewitt: So what’s that? 3 on 2 now?

    Lomo: Well, with Jeff Hardy and Minoru Suzuki out, I guess it is.

    Flair looks to his corner, but nobody is there. The official exits the ring to help the officials who have come from the back to break up the fight going on outside. Hardy, who had already been backed away from the fracas, does a pretty good job of breaking it up on his own by running on the barricade and landing on top of Chono and one of the officials breaking up the fight. At his first opportunity, Flair tags in Nakamura while Omori is coming in.

    Omori and Nakamura meet in the middle of the ring, both with clotheslines. Both men get up and Omori gets the upper hand with a chop and an Irish whip. Nakamura rebounds off the ropes and gets a back body drop. Nakamura gets up and Omori gives him a superkick, which sends Nakamura into the ropes where he gets his arms caught in the top and middle ropes. This compromising position allows Omori to measure his opponent for a full shot. The ref tries to back Omori away, but decides that keeping Chono, who is halfway across the ring already, away from the action is more important. This distraction allows Manson to get in on the action and it becomes a two man beatdown. When the ref turns around, he does break up the beat down. As the official gets Nakamura out of the ropes, Manson and Omori tag.

    Manson comes into the ring and he and his partner whip Nakamura across the ring. After a double dropkick, Manson covers Nakamura…
    1… Omori positions himself to keep his opponents from interfering.
    2…
    Nakamura kicks out. Manson brings Nakamura to his feet as the official tries to get Omori out of the ring. Manson whips Nakamura across the ring and Nakamura comes off with a crossbody, but the ref doesn’t see the pin due to his attempt to get Omori out of the ring. Nakamura tries to get up, but Manson is ready for him with a snap suplex. Manson drops an elbow then pulls his opponent to his feet and lifts him in a standing fireman’s carry. Nakamura slips off Manson’s back and does a double knee backbreaker. Both men are able to tag out.

    Chono meets Omori in the middle of the ring with a leaping shoulder block. Omori gets up and takes a manhattan drop. Chono goes for an STS, but Manson breaks up before Chono can fully apply the hold. Although Manson is able to get onto the apron without any trouble, he gets kicked in the head and is knocked off the apron. When Chono turns around, Omori tries to surprise him with a running clothesline, but Chono dodges the attack, causing him to hit the turnbuckle. Chono rolls up Omori in a school boy…
    1…
    2...
    3
    Chono goes to his corner and tags in Fliar. Chono runs to the other side of the ring and helps Manson to his feet. After ramming Manson’s back into the side of the ring, he rolls Manson inside. Flair takes Manson by the feet and does a little dancing before locking in the figure 4. Manson taps out quickly.

    Hewitt: So that’s it. This match is over and Ric Flair, Masahiro Chono, and Shinsuke Nakamura go to the next round.

    Lomo: But don’t forget that everybody who was eliminated has a chance to be randomly selected to enter the battle royal after this round. The drawing will be weighted to favor wrestlers who eliminated opponents, so Takao Omori has a better chance than the others to get into that battle royal.
    If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
    -John Stuart Mill

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    • #3
      Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

      Hewitt: Hi folks, I’m “Pitchfork” Brad Hewitt alongside “The Ageless Wonder” Truls Lomo. Truls, what can we expect from the first round?

      Lomo: The biggest stars of the year and a lot of eliminations. At least half of the competitors will be out by the end of this round. The wrestlers were allowed to choose their own teams for this round, but any slot that couldn’t be filled was filled at random, so there could be a little infighting.

      Charly Manson/ Takao Omori/ Minoru Suzuki/ Jeff Hardy vs. Roddy Piper/ Ric Flair/ Masahiro Chono/ Shinsuke Nakamra

      Chono starts off in the ring and waits for his opponents to choose a starter. After a lot of discussion and stalling by the Extreme Family, Chono takes matters into his own hands by giving Manson an elbow between the shoulder blades. Chono pulls Manson to the middle of the ring as the official ushers Omori, Suzuki, and Hardy out of the ring. Chono does a belly to back suplex and tags in Piper.

      Manson is still disoriented and is facing away from his opponents when he gets up. Piper seizes the advantage with a sleeper hold. Manson bends over to pull Piper onto his back and carries him to his corner where Omori knocks Piper off of his partner with a punch between the eyes and tags in.

      Omori runs to the ropes and levels Piper with a lariat. Omori helps Piper to his feet and does the axe guillotine driver followed by a cover…
      1…
      2…
      3

      Lomo: Just like that it’s 4 on 3.

      Hewitt: For all his experience, Piper should’ve known he couldn’t finish off Charly Manson that early.

      Flair, stomps on Omori’s head almost a full second late to save his partner. Omori is quick to his feet and receives a chop from Flair. Omori fires back with a chop of his own, but Flair fires back. Omori, being in his corner, tags out and Flair backs to the middle of the ring.

      Hardy comes into the ring and locks up with Flair. Hardy does an armdrag, but misses with a leg drop. Hardy rolls out of the way of an elbow drop from Flair, only for Flair to have faked him out. As Hardy tries to get up, Flair is already running. Hardy falls to the mat due to a running shoulder block. Flair continues on to the ropes and drops a knee, but Hardy rolls to his corner and tags in Suzuki.

      Suzuki steps into the ring and strikes Flair across the face. Flair responds with a chop and Suzuki give Flair a kick to the gut. Suzuki turns Flair over with a standing Oklahoma roll…
      1…
      2..
      Flair kicks out. Suzuki is the first man up and he punches Flair back to a neutral corner. Suzuki whips Flair across the ring and Flair flips over the top turnbuckle and runs along the apron, but gets knocked off the apron by an elbow from Manson. Suzuki tags in Hardy.

      Hardy runs to the ropes across the ring as the referee begins to count Flair out of the ring. Hardy does a plancha, but Flair, who was on his knees, rolls out of the way. Flair is not able to dodge the elbow that Manson drops on him from the apron. This move, naturally, causes Chono and Nakamura to run around the ring and a full on fracas breaks out. Most of the competitors appear to forget who their opponents are and this allows Flair to slip into the ring. Suzuki is not far behind Flair and the referee doesn’t watch the slugfest in the ring because he is counting out Hardy. As the ref counts to 10, Flair lands a low blow on Suzuki. The ref turns around to see Flair roll Suzuki up in a small package…
      1…
      2…
      3

      Hewitt: Wooeee! I didn’t see that one comin’

      Lomo: He’s not the dirtiest player in the game for nothing.

      Hewitt: So what’s that? 3 on 2 now?

      Lomo: Well, with Jeff Hardy and Minoru Suzuki out, I guess it is.

      Flair looks to his corner, but nobody is there. The official exits the ring to help the officials who have come from the back to break up the fight going on outside. Hardy, who had already been backed away from the fracas, does a pretty good job of breaking it up on his own by running on the barricade and landing on top of Chono and one of the officials breaking up the fight. At his first opportunity, Flair tags in Nakamura while Omori is coming in.

      Omori and Nakamura meet in the middle of the ring, both with clotheslines. Both men get up and Omori gets the upper hand with a chop and an Irish whip. Nakamura rebounds off the ropes and gets a back body drop. Nakamura gets up and Omori gives him a superkick, which sends Nakamura into the ropes where he gets his arms caught in the top and middle ropes. This compromising position allows Omori to measure his opponent for a full shot. The ref tries to back Omori away, but decides that keeping Chono, who is halfway across the ring already, away from the action is more important. This distraction allows Manson to get in on the action and it becomes a two man beatdown. When the ref turns around, he does break up the beat down. As the official gets Nakamura out of the ropes, Manson and Omori tag.

      Manson comes into the ring and he and his partner whip Nakamura across the ring. After a double dropkick, Manson covers Nakamura…
      1… Omori positions himself to keep his opponents from interfering.
      2…
      Nakamura kicks out. Manson brings Nakamura to his feet as the official tries to get Omori out of the ring. Manson whips Nakamura across the ring and Nakamura comes off with a crossbody, but the ref doesn’t see the pin due to his attempt to get Omori out of the ring. Nakamura tries to get up, but Manson is ready for him with a snap suplex. Manson drops an elbow then pulls his opponent to his feet and lifts him in a standing fireman’s carry. Nakamura slips off Manson’s back and does a double knee backbreaker. Both men are able to tag out.

      Chono meets Omori in the middle of the ring with a leaping shoulder block. Omori gets up and takes a manhattan drop. Chono goes for an STS, but Manson breaks up before Chono can fully apply the hold. Although Manson is able to get onto the apron without any trouble, he gets kicked in the head and is knocked off the apron. When Chono turns around, Omori tries to surprise him with a running clothesline, but Chono dodges the attack, causing him to hit the turnbuckle. Chono rolls up Omori in a school boy…
      1…
      2...
      3
      Chono goes to his corner and tags in Fliar. Chono runs to the other side of the ring and helps Manson to his feet. After ramming Manson’s back into the side of the ring, he rolls Manson inside. Flair takes Manson by the feet and does a little dancing before locking in the figure 4. Manson taps out quickly.

      Hewitt: So that’s it. This match is over and Ric Flair, Masahiro Chono, and Shinsuke Nakamura go to the next round.

      Lomo: But don’t forget that everybody who was eliminated has a chance to be randomly selected to enter the battle royal after this round. The drawing will be weighted to favor wrestlers who eliminated opponents, so Takao Omori has a better chance than the others to get into that battle royal.
      If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
      -John Stuart Mill

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

        Lomo: This could be something big. One team has some up and comers as well as a ring veteran in El Samurai, and their opponents, The Dark Family, got into this tournament by holding an 8 man tag championship for most of the year.

        El Samurai/ Ryusuke Taguchi/ Naomichi Marufuji/ Icarus vs. Chessman/ Dark Curevo/ Escoria/ Dark Ozz

        As soon as the bell rings, Chessman runs across the ring and knocks the apparent starter for his opponents, Icarus, over the top rope with a clothesline while he is trying to talk to his partners. Icarus appears to have injured his leg upon the landing and is unable to get into the ring by the ten count. Once Icarus’s elimination is announced, Chessman celebrates while Taguchi runs along the apron and climbs to the top rope in a neutral corner. Once Chessman faces said corner, Taguchi jumps off for a crossbody. Chessman rolls through to wind up on top of Taguchi…
        1…
        2..
        Taguchi kicks out.

        Hewitt: Wouldn’t that have been a bad start?

        Lomo: Being down by one this early is bad enough.

        Both men get to their feet. Chessman throws a punch, but Taguchi blocks it and lands one of his own. Taguchi puts Chessman into a top wristlock and uses this leverage position to back him into a neutral corner. Rather than wait for the ref to get involved, Taguchi backs off on his own- then runs in with a dropkick. Taguchi pulls Chessman out of the corner and does a fisherman’s suplex…
        1…
        2..
        Chessman kicks out and quickly starts trying to make it to his corner. Chessman quickly finds himself in a waistlock, but continues to reach for a tag and is able to make it just before Taguchi pulls him to the middle of the ring. Escoria runs into the ring and puts Taguchi in a waistlock. Both Taguchi and Escoria do a German suplex and hold for the pin with Escoria holding down Taguchi and Taguchi trying to pin Chessman…
        1…
        2…
        3
        Escoria prepares for his next opponent and Chessman rolls out of the ring while Taguchi, as well as the men on the apron appear confused by the situation. The ref points to Chessman and signals a tag. He then points to both Taguchi and Escoria then taps his own shoulders and claps his hands three times to indicate the count. For further clarification, he points to both men then points to the entrance ramp.

        Lomo: The ref seems to be saying that both Taguchi and Escoria had their shoulders down, but Chessman was not the legal man.

        Samurai, Marufuji, Cuervo, and Ozz all enter the ring either the protest the official’s call or to get into the match. Inevitably a fight breaks out between the two teams and the ref is virtually helpless to get anybody out of the ring. Despite his efforts, threats, and counts, the four men continue to go at it. The official does the only thing he hasn’t done yet and disqualifies each man in the ring.

        Hewitt: So nobody advances?

        Lomo: Wrong. Chessman was out of the ring, so he is the sole survivor.

        Hewitt: It’s like somebody got really lazy and needed a way to eliminate a bunch of guys quickly.

        Lomo (quietly): Shut up.
        If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
        -John Stuart Mill

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

          Lomo: This could be something big. One team has some up and comers as well as a ring veteran in El Samurai, and their opponents, The Dark Family, got into this tournament by holding an 8 man tag championship for most of the year.

          El Samurai/ Ryusuke Taguchi/ Naomichi Marufuji/ Icarus vs. Chessman/ Dark Curevo/ Escoria/ Dark Ozz

          As soon as the bell rings, Chessman runs across the ring and knocks the apparent starter for his opponents, Icarus, over the top rope with a clothesline while he is trying to talk to his partners. Icarus appears to have injured his leg upon the landing and is unable to get into the ring by the ten count. Once Icarus’s elimination is announced, Chessman celebrates while Taguchi runs along the apron and climbs to the top rope in a neutral corner. Once Chessman faces said corner, Taguchi jumps off for a crossbody. Chessman rolls through to wind up on top of Taguchi…
          1…
          2..
          Taguchi kicks out.

          Hewitt: Wouldn’t that have been a bad start?

          Lomo: Being down by one this early is bad enough.

          Both men get to their feet. Chessman throws a punch, but Taguchi blocks it and lands one of his own. Taguchi puts Chessman into a top wristlock and uses this leverage position to back him into a neutral corner. Rather than wait for the ref to get involved, Taguchi backs off on his own- then runs in with a dropkick. Taguchi pulls Chessman out of the corner and does a fisherman’s suplex…
          1…
          2..
          Chessman kicks out and quickly starts trying to make it to his corner. Chessman quickly finds himself in a waistlock, but continues to reach for a tag and is able to make it just before Taguchi pulls him to the middle of the ring. Escoria runs into the ring and puts Taguchi in a waistlock. Both Taguchi and Escoria do a German suplex and hold for the pin with Escoria holding down Taguchi and Taguchi trying to pin Chessman…
          1…
          2…
          3
          Escoria prepares for his next opponent and Chessman rolls out of the ring while Taguchi, as well as the men on the apron appear confused by the situation. The ref points to Chessman and signals a tag. He then points to both Taguchi and Escoria then taps his own shoulders and claps his hands three times to indicate the count. For further clarification, he points to both men then points to the entrance ramp.

          Lomo: The ref seems to be saying that both Taguchi and Escoria had their shoulders down, but Chessman was not the legal man.

          Samurai, Marufuji, Cuervo, and Ozz all enter the ring either the protest the official’s call or to get into the match. Inevitably a fight breaks out between the two teams and the ref is virtually helpless to get anybody out of the ring. Despite his efforts, threats, and counts, the four men continue to go at it. The official does the only thing he hasn’t done yet and disqualifies each man in the ring.

          Hewitt: So nobody advances?

          Lomo: Wrong. Chessman was out of the ring, so he is the sole survivor.

          Hewitt: It’s like somebody got really lazy and needed a way to eliminate a bunch of guys quickly.

          Lomo (quietly): Shut up.
          If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
          -John Stuart Mill

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          • #6
            Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

            Lomo: This is an interesting match. One side has two tag teams who were champions on different sides of the world who were joined by mutual respect. The other team is rumored to have been paid to join the team by the captain.

            Hewitt: Probably selected by his image consultant down there. Don’t she look good tonight?

            Lomo: No, not really.

            Minoru/Hirooki Goto/Chris Sabin/Alex Shelley vs. John “Bradshaw” Layfield (w/ Jillian Hall)/ Samoa Joe/ Brock Lesnar/ Giant Bernard

            Lesnar and Minoru start off in the ring. Lesnar does not appear to take his smaller opponent seriously and holds both hands behind his back, sticking his chin out for Minoru to get a free shot. Minoru decides to go in a different direction and grabs one of Lesnar’s legs for a leg drag takedown. When Lesnar gets up, Minoru runs to him with a flying clothesline. The big guy stays on his feet, but is off balance. Minoru tags in Shelley.

            After a double dropkick, Lesnar falls out of the ring. Shelley runs to the ropes, but gets a knee in his back. Lesnar comes back into the ring and gives Shelley an elbow followed by a few knees to the gut. Lesnar tosses Shelley to the side so that his head is on the middle rope. Lesnar chokes Shelley on the rope until the ref intervenes. Lesnar backs away, distracting the ref and allowing Layfield to drop a forearm across the back of Shelley’s head. Lesnar goes to his corner and tags out.

            Lesnar stands up Shelley and holds him in place as Bernard comes in and measures Shelley for a bicycle kick. Bernard then backs into the ropes and comes off with a big splash…
            1…
            2…
            3

            Lomo: That was fast.

            Hewitt: Well, they’re that big and they cheat.

            Goto runs in and gives Bernard a few shots to the head. Bernard blocks one then pulls Goto in for a bearhug. Joe slaps Bernard on the back and steps into the ring. Joe runs to the ropes and comes off with a splash to crush Goto between himself and Bernard. Bernard drops Goto and Joe covers him…
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            Goto kicks out. Joe decides to turn Goto over and wear him down with a headlock. Goto stretches out for the rope, but Joe scooches along the mat to put them out of reach. Goto gets his feet under himself and is able to stand up, which appears to give Joe more control as he pulls Goto around by the head to the middle of the ring. Goto picks up one of Joe’s legs then sweeps the other, sending Joe to the mat with Goto on top of him. Goto lands a few punches until Joe pushes him off. Goto goes for his corner to tag out, but Joe gets a hold of his leg. Both men get to their feet and Goto swings his free leg around for an enzuigiri, but Joe ducks the kick. Joe drops to the mat to put Goto into a coquina clutch. Minoru jumps into the ring, but Goto taps out before he can receive any aid.

            Lomo: This could get ugly fast.

            Minoru puts the boots to Joe until he gets up. That’s when the stomps are replaced by kicks. Joe takes a step back and throws a punch, but Minoru ducks it and goes behind him. Minoru attempts a belly to back suplex, but he struggles to get both feet of his opponent off the mat. An elbow from Joe stops his momentum cold. Joe turns around and does an old fashioned body slam to Minoru and follows it up with a knee drop. Joe pulls his opponent to his feet and is caught off guard by a flying cross arm breaker. Joe takes a moment to realize his situation and feel the pain then, rather than even consider reaching for the ropes, he rolls toward his opponent and folds him up. Joe picks up Minoru by the head with his free hand and runs his back into a corner. After dropping Minoru in the corner, Joe tags in Lesnar.

            Lesnar comes in and puts Minoru in a Brock lock. Minoru is able to reach the ropes, but a boot from Layfield puts an end to that. Lesnar gets closer to the middle of the ring and Minoru is forced to submit.

            Hewitt: One on four now.

            Lomo: Just remember that Chris Sabin can increase his chances of getting into the second chance battle royal by getting an elimination.

            Hewitt: Are you giving up on him beating all four?

            Lomo: That one against those four? Yes.

            Lesnar tries to lock up with Sabin, but Sabin dodges him. Sabin fires off a chop followed by a second. Lesnar responds by pushing Sabin to the mat, but Sabin is right back up. Sabin dropkicks Lesnar in the knee then takes a step back to give him a knee to the head, but Lesnar gets up and puts Sabin down with a spinebuster. Lesnar stands his opponent up then brings him onto his shoulders. Sabin slips off the shoulders before Lesnar can hit the F5 and jumps on Lesnar’s back for a sleeper hold. Lesnar backs into his own corner where Bernard tags in.

            Bernard stuns Sabin with a shot to the back of the head. Lesnar leaves the ring, but not before backing into the corner again for good measure. Bernard wastes no time picking up Sabin by the throat, turning around for position and driving Sabin into the mat with a modified power bomb. Bernard stays in position for the pin…
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            Lomo: All four men survive. If JBL did pay them, it was money well spent.

            Hewitt: You’re telling me? I don’t think he set foot in the ring at all.
            If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
            -John Stuart Mill

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            • #7
              Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

              Lomo: This is an interesting match. One side has two tag teams who were champions on different sides of the world who were joined by mutual respect. The other team is rumored to have been paid to join the team by the captain.

              Hewitt: Probably selected by his image consultant down there. Don’t she look good tonight?

              Lomo: No, not really.

              Minoru/Hirooki Goto/Chris Sabin/Alex Shelley vs. John “Bradshaw” Layfield (w/ Jillian Hall)/ Samoa Joe/ Brock Lesnar/ Giant Bernard

              Lesnar and Minoru start off in the ring. Lesnar does not appear to take his smaller opponent seriously and holds both hands behind his back, sticking his chin out for Minoru to get a free shot. Minoru decides to go in a different direction and grabs one of Lesnar’s legs for a leg drag takedown. When Lesnar gets up, Minoru runs to him with a flying clothesline. The big guy stays on his feet, but is off balance. Minoru tags in Shelley.

              After a double dropkick, Lesnar falls out of the ring. Shelley runs to the ropes, but gets a knee in his back. Lesnar comes back into the ring and gives Shelley an elbow followed by a few knees to the gut. Lesnar tosses Shelley to the side so that his head is on the middle rope. Lesnar chokes Shelley on the rope until the ref intervenes. Lesnar backs away, distracting the ref and allowing Layfield to drop a forearm across the back of Shelley’s head. Lesnar goes to his corner and tags out.

              Lesnar stands up Shelley and holds him in place as Bernard comes in and measures Shelley for a bicycle kick. Bernard then backs into the ropes and comes off with a big splash…
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              Lomo: That was fast.

              Hewitt: Well, they’re that big and they cheat.

              Goto runs in and gives Bernard a few shots to the head. Bernard blocks one then pulls Goto in for a bearhug. Joe slaps Bernard on the back and steps into the ring. Joe runs to the ropes and comes off with a splash to crush Goto between himself and Bernard. Bernard drops Goto and Joe covers him…
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              Goto kicks out. Joe decides to turn Goto over and wear him down with a headlock. Goto stretches out for the rope, but Joe scooches along the mat to put them out of reach. Goto gets his feet under himself and is able to stand up, which appears to give Joe more control as he pulls Goto around by the head to the middle of the ring. Goto picks up one of Joe’s legs then sweeps the other, sending Joe to the mat with Goto on top of him. Goto lands a few punches until Joe pushes him off. Goto goes for his corner to tag out, but Joe gets a hold of his leg. Both men get to their feet and Goto swings his free leg around for an enzuigiri, but Joe ducks the kick. Joe drops to the mat to put Goto into a coquina clutch. Minoru jumps into the ring, but Goto taps out before he can receive any aid.

              Lomo: This could get ugly fast.

              Minoru puts the boots to Joe until he gets up. That’s when the stomps are replaced by kicks. Joe takes a step back and throws a punch, but Minoru ducks it and goes behind him. Minoru attempts a belly to back suplex, but he struggles to get both feet of his opponent off the mat. An elbow from Joe stops his momentum cold. Joe turns around and does an old fashioned body slam to Minoru and follows it up with a knee drop. Joe pulls his opponent to his feet and is caught off guard by a flying cross arm breaker. Joe takes a moment to realize his situation and feel the pain then, rather than even consider reaching for the ropes, he rolls toward his opponent and folds him up. Joe picks up Minoru by the head with his free hand and runs his back into a corner. After dropping Minoru in the corner, Joe tags in Lesnar.

              Lesnar comes in and puts Minoru in a Brock lock. Minoru is able to reach the ropes, but a boot from Layfield puts an end to that. Lesnar gets closer to the middle of the ring and Minoru is forced to submit.

              Hewitt: One on four now.

              Lomo: Just remember that Chris Sabin can increase his chances of getting into the second chance battle royal by getting an elimination.

              Hewitt: Are you giving up on him beating all four?

              Lomo: That one against those four? Yes.

              Lesnar tries to lock up with Sabin, but Sabin dodges him. Sabin fires off a chop followed by a second. Lesnar responds by pushing Sabin to the mat, but Sabin is right back up. Sabin dropkicks Lesnar in the knee then takes a step back to give him a knee to the head, but Lesnar gets up and puts Sabin down with a spinebuster. Lesnar stands his opponent up then brings him onto his shoulders. Sabin slips off the shoulders before Lesnar can hit the F5 and jumps on Lesnar’s back for a sleeper hold. Lesnar backs into his own corner where Bernard tags in.

              Bernard stuns Sabin with a shot to the back of the head. Lesnar leaves the ring, but not before backing into the corner again for good measure. Bernard wastes no time picking up Sabin by the throat, turning around for position and driving Sabin into the mat with a modified power bomb. Bernard stays in position for the pin…
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              Lomo: All four men survive. If JBL did pay them, it was money well spent.

              Hewitt: You’re telling me? I don’t think he set foot in the ring at all.
              If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
              -John Stuart Mill

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              • #8
                Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

                Hewitt: Is that a bunch of male cheerleaders?

                Lomo: Yes it is. The Spirit Squad has Mitch in their corner, but he will be wrestling later.

                Hewitt: And how did they make that decision?

                Lomo: I guess they drew spirit straws.

                Gran Akuma/ Austin Aries/ Roderick Strong/ Claudio Castagloni vs. Kenny/ Johnny/ Mikey/ Nicky w/ Mitch

                Akuma starts off in the ring against Kenny. They lock up and Akuma pushes Kenny back to his own corner. Johnny and Nicky grab one of Akuma’s arms while Kenny and Mikey take a few cheap shots. While the official reprimands the guys in the corner, Kenny takes Akuma to the ropes and receives an item from Mitch. Kenny whips Akuma across the ring. Kenny swings his right hand, but Akuma slides between his legs and sends him to the mat with a dropkick. Akuma picks up Kenny’s legs and tries to turn him over, but Kenny nails him between the eyes with the foreign object. He climbs on top of Akuma and the ref comes in to make the count…
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                Akuma kicks out. Kenny looks to the ref and protest and even does his own count on his hands. By doing so, he reveals the foreign object still in his hand and the official orders him to leave the ring.

                Lomo: Kenny is gone.

                Hewitt: That won’t do much good for Akuma; he’s got 3 more guys.

                Johnny rushes into the ring and stomps on Akuma a few times before bringing him to his feet. Johnny whips Akuma into a neutral corner and follows him in with an elbow. Johnny plays to the crowd a little then whips Akuma across the ring. This time Akuma falls to the side so Johnny hits the corner. Both men try to tag out, but Johnny is the first to his corner and a kick to the ribs from Nicky stops Akuma.

                Nicky stands Akuma up and gives him a vertical suplex. Nicky sits Akuma up and delivers a knee to the back. Nicky takes Akuma back down with a headlock and does a handstand much to the delight of his teammates. Less delighted is Strong who comes into the ring and boots Nicky in the stomach. The ref reprimands Strong as he leaves the ring and thus allows Nicky to choke Akuma. Nicky brings Akuma to his feet once the official turns around, but is surprised when Akuma does a jawbreaker and follows up with an exploder suplex. Both men stay on the mat as the referee makes his count. Before he gets to five, Nicky gets to his corner and tags out. Akuma makes contact with Castognoli not long after. Castagnoli’s first move upon getting into the ring is the headbutt a charging Mikey in the chest. Castagnoli covers Mikey…
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                Lomo: Castagnoli gets the pin after a move right out of the World Cup and it’s 2 on 4.

                Hewitt: 2 on 3. Akuma is in the match, but he’ll be out for a while.

                Johnny rushes into the ring, but runs right into an elbow. Castagnoli takes Johnny to a neutral corner head first then lays into him with a few strikes, ending the flurry with a discus European uppercut. Castagnoli hiptosses Johnny out of the corner. Johnny stands up and gets put right back down with a lariat. Castagnoli goes to his corner for a tag, but Akuma is still trying to get his head straight and the other two partners hold up their hands and tell Castagnoli he’s doing too well to come out. While this is going on, Johnny rolls up Castagnoli…
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                Castagnoli kicks out. Johnny struggles to get to his feet and is not aided when Castagnoli grabs his ankles and brings him to the center of the ring. Before he can start the giant swing, Nicky gives Castagnoli a shot to the back. Castagnoli chases Nicky back to his corner, but the cheerleader escapes. When Castagnoli turns around, he is greeted with a forearm to the jaw. Johnny backs away, but he’s not as lucky as his partner; Castagnoli grabs him by the arm into a fireman’s carry. Castagnoli turns around and does a death valley driver followed by a lateral press…
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                Lomo: Castagnoli is unstoppable.

                Hewitt: There’s just one of them cheerleaders left.

                Nicky runs into the ring and Castagnoli gives him a body slam immediately followed by a leg drop. Castagnoli picks up Nicky and whips him across the ring, but Nicky reverses it. Aries pulls down the top rope and Castagnoli tumbles out of the ring. The ref begins to count, but Nicky stops the count by acting like he wants to go out after his opponent and the ref backs him up. Mitch runs around the ring and gives Castagnoli and chop block. Akuma chases after Mitch, but neither Aries nor Strong seem to be concerned. As the count goes on, Aries drops off the apron and gets between his teammate and the ring. Castagnoli pushes Aries out of the way, but it was a split second too late as the ref gets to 10.

                Hewitt: Was Aries trying to keep Castalogni out?

                Lomo: I think so. He eliminated a strong opponent from the later rounds.
                Strong comes into the ring and gets hit with a dropkick from Nicky. Nicky dives on top of Strong with a sleeper, but Strong gets up quickly and runs Nicky into the nearest corner. Nicky breaks the hold. Strong rakes Nicky’s eyes across the ropes until he gets to his corner and tags Aries.

                Strong picks Nicky up as in a belly to back suplex, but holds him in the air. Aries runs to the ropes and comes off with a leaping neckbreaker. Aries climbs the ropes and does a 450 splash.
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                Lomo: That’s the end of the match. Keep watching folks, we’ve got more action to come.
                If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
                -John Stuart Mill

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                • #9
                  Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

                  Hewitt: Is that a bunch of male cheerleaders?

                  Lomo: Yes it is. The Spirit Squad has Mitch in their corner, but he will be wrestling later.

                  Hewitt: And how did they make that decision?

                  Lomo: I guess they drew spirit straws.

                  Gran Akuma/ Austin Aries/ Roderick Strong/ Claudio Castagloni vs. Kenny/ Johnny/ Mikey/ Nicky w/ Mitch

                  Akuma starts off in the ring against Kenny. They lock up and Akuma pushes Kenny back to his own corner. Johnny and Nicky grab one of Akuma’s arms while Kenny and Mikey take a few cheap shots. While the official reprimands the guys in the corner, Kenny takes Akuma to the ropes and receives an item from Mitch. Kenny whips Akuma across the ring. Kenny swings his right hand, but Akuma slides between his legs and sends him to the mat with a dropkick. Akuma picks up Kenny’s legs and tries to turn him over, but Kenny nails him between the eyes with the foreign object. He climbs on top of Akuma and the ref comes in to make the count…
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                  Akuma kicks out. Kenny looks to the ref and protest and even does his own count on his hands. By doing so, he reveals the foreign object still in his hand and the official orders him to leave the ring.

                  Lomo: Kenny is gone.

                  Hewitt: That won’t do much good for Akuma; he’s got 3 more guys.

                  Johnny rushes into the ring and stomps on Akuma a few times before bringing him to his feet. Johnny whips Akuma into a neutral corner and follows him in with an elbow. Johnny plays to the crowd a little then whips Akuma across the ring. This time Akuma falls to the side so Johnny hits the corner. Both men try to tag out, but Johnny is the first to his corner and a kick to the ribs from Nicky stops Akuma.

                  Nicky stands Akuma up and gives him a vertical suplex. Nicky sits Akuma up and delivers a knee to the back. Nicky takes Akuma back down with a headlock and does a handstand much to the delight of his teammates. Less delighted is Strong who comes into the ring and boots Nicky in the stomach. The ref reprimands Strong as he leaves the ring and thus allows Nicky to choke Akuma. Nicky brings Akuma to his feet once the official turns around, but is surprised when Akuma does a jawbreaker and follows up with an exploder suplex. Both men stay on the mat as the referee makes his count. Before he gets to five, Nicky gets to his corner and tags out. Akuma makes contact with Castognoli not long after. Castagnoli’s first move upon getting into the ring is the headbutt a charging Mikey in the chest. Castagnoli covers Mikey…
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                  Lomo: Castagnoli gets the pin after a move right out of the World Cup and it’s 2 on 4.

                  Hewitt: 2 on 3. Akuma is in the match, but he’ll be out for a while.

                  Johnny rushes into the ring, but runs right into an elbow. Castagnoli takes Johnny to a neutral corner head first then lays into him with a few strikes, ending the flurry with a discus European uppercut. Castagnoli hiptosses Johnny out of the corner. Johnny stands up and gets put right back down with a lariat. Castagnoli goes to his corner for a tag, but Akuma is still trying to get his head straight and the other two partners hold up their hands and tell Castagnoli he’s doing too well to come out. While this is going on, Johnny rolls up Castagnoli…
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                  Castagnoli kicks out. Johnny struggles to get to his feet and is not aided when Castagnoli grabs his ankles and brings him to the center of the ring. Before he can start the giant swing, Nicky gives Castagnoli a shot to the back. Castagnoli chases Nicky back to his corner, but the cheerleader escapes. When Castagnoli turns around, he is greeted with a forearm to the jaw. Johnny backs away, but he’s not as lucky as his partner; Castagnoli grabs him by the arm into a fireman’s carry. Castagnoli turns around and does a death valley driver followed by a lateral press…
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                  Lomo: Castagnoli is unstoppable.

                  Hewitt: There’s just one of them cheerleaders left.

                  Nicky runs into the ring and Castagnoli gives him a body slam immediately followed by a leg drop. Castagnoli picks up Nicky and whips him across the ring, but Nicky reverses it. Aries pulls down the top rope and Castagnoli tumbles out of the ring. The ref begins to count, but Nicky stops the count by acting like he wants to go out after his opponent and the ref backs him up. Mitch runs around the ring and gives Castagnoli and chop block. Akuma chases after Mitch, but neither Aries nor Strong seem to be concerned. As the count goes on, Aries drops off the apron and gets between his teammate and the ring. Castagnoli pushes Aries out of the way, but it was a split second too late as the ref gets to 10.

                  Hewitt: Was Aries trying to keep Castalogni out?

                  Lomo: I think so. He eliminated a strong opponent from the later rounds.
                  Strong comes into the ring and gets hit with a dropkick from Nicky. Nicky dives on top of Strong with a sleeper, but Strong gets up quickly and runs Nicky into the nearest corner. Nicky breaks the hold. Strong rakes Nicky’s eyes across the ropes until he gets to his corner and tags Aries.

                  Strong picks Nicky up as in a belly to back suplex, but holds him in the air. Aries runs to the ropes and comes off with a leaping neckbreaker. Aries climbs the ropes and does a 450 splash.
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                  Lomo: That’s the end of the match. Keep watching folks, we’ve got more action to come.
                  If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
                  -John Stuart Mill

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                  • #10
                    Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

                    Genki Horiguchi/ Ryo Saito/ Dragon Kid/ Mistico vs. Satoshi Kojima/ Hiroyoshi Tenzan/ Jacob Duncan/ Kaz Hayashi

                    Hayashi and Horiguchi get into a collar and elbow tie up. Horiguchi tries to go behind with a hammerlock, but Hayashi turns with him and puts him in an armbar. Hayashi puts his heel into Horiguchi’s stomach then puts the toe of his boot into his head. Hayashi wrings the arm again and Horiguchi flips to the mat. Hayashi drops a leg across the arm. Horiguchi goes to the nearest corner, which happens to be his opponents’ corner. Kojima, Tenzan, and Duncan all get a shot in on Horiguchi before Hayashi puts him back in an armbar. Hayashi tags in Tenzan, who climbs to the top rope and comes in with an elbow across Horiguchi’s extended arm.

                    Horiguchi tries to make it to his corner, but Tenzan grabs him by the arm, which he uses for a hammerlock. Tenzan goes around his opponent and gives him a bodyslam on the hammerlocked arm and tags out.

                    Lomo: That’s got to hurt.

                    Hewitt: Arn Anderson be proud!

                    Duncan and Tenzan get in a few stomps to Horiguchi until they stand him up. At this point, the official comes in and lets Tenzan know that he needs to exit the ring. With the ref doing that, he doesn’t see Horiguchi spit a blue mist into Duncan’s eyes. Hayashi and Kojima try to alert the ref to this rules violation, but this only serves to further distract him as Horiguchi delivers a low blow. The ref does react when he sees the backslide from hell out of the corner of his eye…
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                    Horiguchi quickly crawls to his corner to tag out.

                    Hewitt: I wondered how a one armed man who’s 5-6 would survive a 7 foot tall man. I guess that’s how.

                    Hayashi comes back into the ring to face Mistico. Hayashi steps to the middle of the ring and Mistico runs at him full speed. Mistico does a tilt-a-whirl armdrag that sends Hayashi to his back. Hayashi gets to his feet, but is sent back to the middle of the ring with a Japanese arm drag. When Hayashi gets to his feet, Mistico runs to him for a tilt-a-whirl, but Hayashi gets control and turns it into a backbreaker. Hayashi runs to the ropes and springboards off with a moonsault. Mistico rolls out of the way, but Hayashi lands on his feet. Mistico springs to his feet. Both men go for dropkicks, and naturally miss each other. Each man goes to his corner to tag out.

                    Kojima meets Dragon in the middle of the ring with a chop. Kojima whips Dragon across into the ropes. Dragon slides between Kojima’s legs. Kojima turns around and finds himself on the receiving end of a series of strikes and low kicks. Dragon sends Kojima to the mat with a spinning heel kick. Dragon picks up Kojima’s legs and steps through, but Kojima reaches up and grabs him by the hair for a small package…
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                    Dragon kicks out. Both men get to their feet with Dragon’s back to the opposing corner. Kojima runs right through Dragon with a shoulder block and tags Hayashi back into the match. Hayashi comes into the ring and Dragon gives him a jawbreaker followed by an inside cradle…
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                    Lomo: Down to 2 on 4. Tenzan and Kojima have their work cut out for them here.

                    Tenzan jumps into the ring and is met with a low kick. Dragon follows up with a punch and another kick, but Tenzan catches the arm that Dragon throws at him and sends Dragon to the mat with a headbutt. Tenzan then drops to the mat to put Dragon in an anaconda vice. Saito and Mistico come into the ring, but both are taken down by clotheslines from Kojima. With no help in sight, Dragon taps out.

                    Kojima picks up Saito and Tenzan rolls over, putting both knees up. Kojima body slams Saito onto Tenzan’s knees. Tenzan rolls over to cover Saito…
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                    Mistico breaks up the pin. Kojima stomps on Mistico and Horiguchi runs into the ring. Horiguchi dropkicks Kojima over the top rope then begins giving Tenzan a series of chops to back him into a corner. The official intervenes to get Horiguchi out of the ring. When the ref turns around, he sees Mistico on the middle rope giving Tenzan a series of punches After a five count, the ref informs Mistico that he is disqualified.

                    Tenzan takes a few steps out of the corner and walks right into an inside cradle from the legal opponent, Saito...
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                    Hewitt: 3 quick eliminations.

                    Lomo: Only 2. Tenzan kicked out just in time.

                    Tenzan swings at Saito, but Saito ducks and winds up behind Tenzan. Saito goes for a German suplex, but Tenzan blocks it. Tenzan goes behind to set up a German suplex of his own, but Saito gives him an elbow. Saito runs to the ropes, but is surprised by a Samoan drop when he rebounds. Tenzan climbs to the top rope of his corner and jumps off for a flying headbutt, only for Saito to roll out of the way. Saito rolls to his corner and tags out.

                    Horiguchi comes into the ring and approaches Tenzan. Tenzan rolls out of the way of an elbow drop. Tenzan gets to his knees and jumps forward for a headbutt Horiguchi in the stomach. Tenzan turns around to try to tag out, but Horiguchi is able to grab him around the waist. Horiguchi does a belly to back suplex and covers his opponent…
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                    Tenzan kicks out. Horiguchi goes to his corner to tag out.

                    Saito drops a leg across Tenzan’s neck and goes for a cover…
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                    Tenzan kicks out. Saito brings Tenzan to his feet and prepares for a suplex, but gets punched in his ribs. Tenzan whips Saito across the ring and meets him at the ropes with an elbow. Tenzan tags in Kojima and whips Saito across the ring again. Saito rebounds and is on the receiving end of a Ten-Koji Cutter (Dudley Death Drop). Kojima covers Saito…
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                    Horiguchi comes in as Tenzan goes out. Kojima gives him a series of chops to the ropes and whips him across the ring. After a lariat, Kojima puts Horiguchi in the cozy max hold. Horiguchi is quick to submit.

                    Lomo: That’s the end of the match. The work done on Horiguchi’s arm at the beginning of the match was just finished.

                    Hewitt: And that flapjack/cutter combo’ll take out anyone.

                    Lomo: And let’s not forget the disqualification of Mistico.

                    Hewitt: Mistico had to leave when the ref counted. That might’ve been a language problem. Does the ref speak Spanish?

                    Lomo: How many people do you know who speak Japanese and Spanish?

                    Hewitt: Most of the people I know are still working on English.
                    If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
                    -John Stuart Mill

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                    • #11
                      Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

                      Genki Horiguchi/ Ryo Saito/ Dragon Kid/ Mistico vs. Satoshi Kojima/ Hiroyoshi Tenzan/ Jacob Duncan/ Kaz Hayashi

                      Hayashi and Horiguchi get into a collar and elbow tie up. Horiguchi tries to go behind with a hammerlock, but Hayashi turns with him and puts him in an armbar. Hayashi puts his heel into Horiguchi’s stomach then puts the toe of his boot into his head. Hayashi wrings the arm again and Horiguchi flips to the mat. Hayashi drops a leg across the arm. Horiguchi goes to the nearest corner, which happens to be his opponents’ corner. Kojima, Tenzan, and Duncan all get a shot in on Horiguchi before Hayashi puts him back in an armbar. Hayashi tags in Tenzan, who climbs to the top rope and comes in with an elbow across Horiguchi’s extended arm.

                      Horiguchi tries to make it to his corner, but Tenzan grabs him by the arm, which he uses for a hammerlock. Tenzan goes around his opponent and gives him a bodyslam on the hammerlocked arm and tags out.

                      Lomo: That’s got to hurt.

                      Hewitt: Arn Anderson be proud!

                      Duncan and Tenzan get in a few stomps to Horiguchi until they stand him up. At this point, the official comes in and lets Tenzan know that he needs to exit the ring. With the ref doing that, he doesn’t see Horiguchi spit a blue mist into Duncan’s eyes. Hayashi and Kojima try to alert the ref to this rules violation, but this only serves to further distract him as Horiguchi delivers a low blow. The ref does react when he sees the backslide from hell out of the corner of his eye…
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                      Horiguchi quickly crawls to his corner to tag out.

                      Hewitt: I wondered how a one armed man who’s 5-6 would survive a 7 foot tall man. I guess that’s how.

                      Hayashi comes back into the ring to face Mistico. Hayashi steps to the middle of the ring and Mistico runs at him full speed. Mistico does a tilt-a-whirl armdrag that sends Hayashi to his back. Hayashi gets to his feet, but is sent back to the middle of the ring with a Japanese arm drag. When Hayashi gets to his feet, Mistico runs to him for a tilt-a-whirl, but Hayashi gets control and turns it into a backbreaker. Hayashi runs to the ropes and springboards off with a moonsault. Mistico rolls out of the way, but Hayashi lands on his feet. Mistico springs to his feet. Both men go for dropkicks, and naturally miss each other. Each man goes to his corner to tag out.

                      Kojima meets Dragon in the middle of the ring with a chop. Kojima whips Dragon across into the ropes. Dragon slides between Kojima’s legs. Kojima turns around and finds himself on the receiving end of a series of strikes and low kicks. Dragon sends Kojima to the mat with a spinning heel kick. Dragon picks up Kojima’s legs and steps through, but Kojima reaches up and grabs him by the hair for a small package…
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                      Dragon kicks out. Both men get to their feet with Dragon’s back to the opposing corner. Kojima runs right through Dragon with a shoulder block and tags Hayashi back into the match. Hayashi comes into the ring and Dragon gives him a jawbreaker followed by an inside cradle…
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                      Lomo: Down to 2 on 4. Tenzan and Kojima have their work cut out for them here.

                      Tenzan jumps into the ring and is met with a low kick. Dragon follows up with a punch and another kick, but Tenzan catches the arm that Dragon throws at him and sends Dragon to the mat with a headbutt. Tenzan then drops to the mat to put Dragon in an anaconda vice. Saito and Mistico come into the ring, but both are taken down by clotheslines from Kojima. With no help in sight, Dragon taps out.

                      Kojima picks up Saito and Tenzan rolls over, putting both knees up. Kojima body slams Saito onto Tenzan’s knees. Tenzan rolls over to cover Saito…
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                      Mistico breaks up the pin. Kojima stomps on Mistico and Horiguchi runs into the ring. Horiguchi dropkicks Kojima over the top rope then begins giving Tenzan a series of chops to back him into a corner. The official intervenes to get Horiguchi out of the ring. When the ref turns around, he sees Mistico on the middle rope giving Tenzan a series of punches After a five count, the ref informs Mistico that he is disqualified.

                      Tenzan takes a few steps out of the corner and walks right into an inside cradle from the legal opponent, Saito...
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                      Hewitt: 3 quick eliminations.

                      Lomo: Only 2. Tenzan kicked out just in time.

                      Tenzan swings at Saito, but Saito ducks and winds up behind Tenzan. Saito goes for a German suplex, but Tenzan blocks it. Tenzan goes behind to set up a German suplex of his own, but Saito gives him an elbow. Saito runs to the ropes, but is surprised by a Samoan drop when he rebounds. Tenzan climbs to the top rope of his corner and jumps off for a flying headbutt, only for Saito to roll out of the way. Saito rolls to his corner and tags out.

                      Horiguchi comes into the ring and approaches Tenzan. Tenzan rolls out of the way of an elbow drop. Tenzan gets to his knees and jumps forward for a headbutt Horiguchi in the stomach. Tenzan turns around to try to tag out, but Horiguchi is able to grab him around the waist. Horiguchi does a belly to back suplex and covers his opponent…
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                      Tenzan kicks out. Horiguchi goes to his corner to tag out.

                      Saito drops a leg across Tenzan’s neck and goes for a cover…
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                      Tenzan kicks out. Saito brings Tenzan to his feet and prepares for a suplex, but gets punched in his ribs. Tenzan whips Saito across the ring and meets him at the ropes with an elbow. Tenzan tags in Kojima and whips Saito across the ring again. Saito rebounds and is on the receiving end of a Ten-Koji Cutter (Dudley Death Drop). Kojima covers Saito…
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                      Horiguchi comes in as Tenzan goes out. Kojima gives him a series of chops to the ropes and whips him across the ring. After a lariat, Kojima puts Horiguchi in the cozy max hold. Horiguchi is quick to submit.

                      Lomo: That’s the end of the match. The work done on Horiguchi’s arm at the beginning of the match was just finished.

                      Hewitt: And that flapjack/cutter combo’ll take out anyone.

                      Lomo: And let’s not forget the disqualification of Mistico.

                      Hewitt: Mistico had to leave when the ref counted. That might’ve been a language problem. Does the ref speak Spanish?

                      Lomo: How many people do you know who speak Japanese and Spanish?

                      Hewitt: Most of the people I know are still working on English.
                      If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
                      -John Stuart Mill

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                      • #12
                        Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

                        Lomo: I don’t know how, but Jeff Jarrett put his team together and is definitely an influential captain, but I wonder who leads his opponents: two tag teams brought together by respect.

                        Hewitt: Jarrett may have screwed up. CM Punk and Brent Albright have been fussin’ and feudin’ all year.

                        Jeff Jarrett/CM Punk/ Brent Albright/ Tamon Honda vs. Minoru Fujita/ Ikuto Hidaka/Paul London/ Brian Kendrick

                        Jarrett tells Albright to start while their opponents seem to be discussing the situation. Eventually Hidaka is the man who is chosen. Albright shakes his head and points to London, trying to goad him into the ring instead. Hidaka turns around and gets taken down by a clothesline from behind. Albright gives Hidaka a few stomps to the leg then drops an elbow onto his back. Albright stands Hidaka up then whips him into the ropes. Albright gives his opponent an inverted atomic drop. Albright runs to the ropes and comes off with a knee drop, but Hidaka rolls out of the way. Both men stand and Hidaka gives Albright a short series of kicks followed by a snap suplex. Hidaka drops an elbow, but Albright rolls out of the way. Both men stand up and take a defensive position with their backs to their opponents’ corners. Both men lock up in the middle of the ring. Jarrett runs into the ring and kicks Hidaka in the back of the leg. The ref yells at Jarrett as he leaves the ring and as Albright pulls Hidaka to his corner to tag Jarrett into the match legally.

                        Jarrett comes in and drops a knee across the leg that Albright holds for him. Jarrett puts a figure 4 leglock on Hidaka. With Jarrett’s back in the corner, Hidaka is in position to get to the ropes. Hidaka holds out, but once Jarrett gets some extra leverage from Albright, Hidaka submits.

                        Lomo: I’m surprised the ref allowed that submission. He could’ve disqualified Jarrett previously or allowed Hidaka to recover because of the illegal double team.

                        Hewitt: Could’ve but didn’t.

                        London comes in like a house of fire, stomping away on Jarrett before he’s even released the hold on Hidaka. The ref is unable to stop the feet on London, but a slap from Honda gets his attention, and even moreso does an elbow from Punk. Jarrett reaches up for any hand he can tag and finds that of Albright.

                        Albright comes back into the ring and gives London a armbar, which he transitions into a short clothesline. Albright holds on to the arm and pulls London to his feet in that manner for a second short clothesline. Albright pulls London up again, but this time London ducks the clothesline and frees his hand. London does a frankensteiner. Albright recovers as London decides it’s time to get out of the ring. With Albright between him and his corner, London tries to go over his adversary, but Albright is able to stop London from tagging by holding him on his shoulders and slamming in down in a sort of modified spinebuster. Albright takes the opportunity to go to his corner, ignore Punk’s outstretched hand, and tag Honda into the match.

                        Honda’s first order of business is to prevent London from tagging out, which he accomplishes by knocking bot Fujita and Kendrick off the apron. Honda then dives on top of London with a variety of amatuer holds, intended to tire out London and to keep him in place. London is unable to escape from his opponent. Honda puts London into a half nelson, half waistlock and roll him to his back for a pin…
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                        London rolls back to his belly. Honda puts London in a full nelson and bends him in such a manner to resemble a camel clutch. London gets on his knees and rolls to the side. He doesn’t reach his corner, but Fujita is just able to reach one of his hands for the tag.

                        Honda drops the hold and meets Fujita upon his entrance with a drop toe hold. Honda floats over for a side headlock. Fujita fights his way to his feet and backs into the ropes to send honda off. Fujita tries to do a shoulder block, but Honda, who outweighs him by over 100 pounds, runs right over him. Honda grabs Fujita’s arms and turns him over into a triangle choke. Fujita is citrually helpless as he reaches for the ropes, but is in the middle of the ring. His attempts to escape by rocking back and forth also fail. The ref notices both of Honda’s shoulders on the mat…
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                        3
                        Fujita is barely conscious as he crawls to his corner to tag in Kendrick.

                        Hewitt: Just like that, we’re even.

                        Lomo: Just like this, we may have a bigger fight on our hands.

                        Both Punk and Albright step into the ring to take Honda’s place. They argue and push each other until Jarrett steps in and convinces Albright to leave. Punk is met in the ring by an armdrag from Kendrick. Kendrick delivers a dropkick to send Punk into the ropes. Kendrick tries to whip Punk across the ring, but Punk holds onto Kendrick’s arm and gives him a kick to the ribs. Punk goes for a roundhouse kick, but Kendrick dodges it and gets behind Punk for a belly to back suplex. Kendrick hooks a leg…
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                        Punk kicks out. Kendrick pulls Punk to his feet and whips Punk into the ropes. Punk jumps onto the middle rope and springboards off with a back elbow to Kendrick’s chin. Punk goes for a cover…
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                        Kendrick gets a shoulder up. Punk immediately starts trying to put Kendrick in the anaconda vice, but Kendrick winds up rolling all around to avoid the hold. Both get get up and Punk is just a little bit faster to the punch. Kendrick is stunned by Punk’s punch and gets whipped into the ropes. Punk goes for a back body drop, but Kendrick leapfrogs him. Kendrick rebounds with a leg lariat, but Punk catches him. The momentum sends Punk backwards near his own corner where he throws Kendrick backwards over the top rope, and onto Albright. Albright and Kendrick fall to the arena floor. Albright is the first man up and slides into the ring. He gets into it with Punk, causing Jarrett to come in to try to mediate. While this is going on, Kendrick comes into the ring and pulls Jarrett down by the tights for a school boy…
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                        3

                        Albright tries to chase Kendrick, who crawls across the ring to tag out, but Punk grabs him by the arm and continues to yell at him. After a shove from Albright, Punk steps out of the ring and Albright looks to his opponents. Punk comes back in and gives Albright a roundhouse kick to the head from behind. Albright goes down and London runs across the ring. He does a dropsault that kicks Punk and lands on Albright…
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                        3

                        Lomo: And just like that, it’s 3 on 1.

                        Hewitt: CM Punk did done messed up. He screwed himself.

                        As soon as London is up, Punk clotheslines him to the mat. As London tries to get up, Punk underhooks both arms for a backbreaker and immediately goes for a lateral press…
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                        London bridges up. Punk rolls off and London sits up. Punk kicks London in the spine then puts him in a rear chinlock. London quickly turns so that he is on his knees and is able to get to his feet. London elbows Punk in the gut then slips out of the hold to go behind him. London does a double chickenwing and lifts Punk up, but Punk escapes to turn it into a victory roll…
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                        London kicks out. Punk comes to a kneeling London with a knee, but London rolls out of the way, toward his corner, and tags out.

                        Kendrick runs in and puts Punk on the mat with a heel kick. Kendrick then goes to the top of the nearest corner and dives off with a knee drop, but Punk rolls out of the way. Kendrick is able to stand and Punk quickly picks him up in a fireman’s carry. Kendrick slips off his shoulders and grabs his opponent by the head. He goes to the corner for sliced bread #2, but Punk sends him flying to the middle of the ring. When Kendrick turns over, he gets a running knee to his face and a cover…
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                        3

                        Hewitt: One down, two to go.

                        Lomo: Do you really think he can outlast 2 more opponents?

                        Hewitt: Haven’t we seen amazing things out of CM Punk?

                        Fujita takes a different approach than his partner, slowly coming into the ring and waiting for Punk to make the first move. Punk is slow to make that move, waiting in a corner. To coax Punk to the middle of the ring, Fujita bends over and allows Punk to have a free headlock. Punk comes to the middle of the ring and kicks Fujita in the bent over head. Punk runs to the ropes and comes off with a crossbody…
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                        Fujita kicks out. Punk gives Fujita flurry of punches and forearms to back him into a corner. Punk puts Fujita on the top rope and climbs after him. Punk goes for a frankensteiner, but Fujita holds onto the top rope. Punk hits the mat hard and Fujita does a splash from the top rope…
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                        3

                        Lomo: Fujita got lucky!

                        Hewitt: Japan’s underacheiver sneaks in two pins. This might be his tournament.
                        If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
                        -John Stuart Mill

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                        • #13
                          Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

                          Lomo: I don’t know how, but Jeff Jarrett put his team together and is definitely an influential captain, but I wonder who leads his opponents: two tag teams brought together by respect.

                          Hewitt: Jarrett may have screwed up. CM Punk and Brent Albright have been fussin’ and feudin’ all year.

                          Jeff Jarrett/CM Punk/ Brent Albright/ Tamon Honda vs. Minoru Fujita/ Ikuto Hidaka/Paul London/ Brian Kendrick

                          Jarrett tells Albright to start while their opponents seem to be discussing the situation. Eventually Hidaka is the man who is chosen. Albright shakes his head and points to London, trying to goad him into the ring instead. Hidaka turns around and gets taken down by a clothesline from behind. Albright gives Hidaka a few stomps to the leg then drops an elbow onto his back. Albright stands Hidaka up then whips him into the ropes. Albright gives his opponent an inverted atomic drop. Albright runs to the ropes and comes off with a knee drop, but Hidaka rolls out of the way. Both men stand and Hidaka gives Albright a short series of kicks followed by a snap suplex. Hidaka drops an elbow, but Albright rolls out of the way. Both men stand up and take a defensive position with their backs to their opponents’ corners. Both men lock up in the middle of the ring. Jarrett runs into the ring and kicks Hidaka in the back of the leg. The ref yells at Jarrett as he leaves the ring and as Albright pulls Hidaka to his corner to tag Jarrett into the match legally.

                          Jarrett comes in and drops a knee across the leg that Albright holds for him. Jarrett puts a figure 4 leglock on Hidaka. With Jarrett’s back in the corner, Hidaka is in position to get to the ropes. Hidaka holds out, but once Jarrett gets some extra leverage from Albright, Hidaka submits.

                          Lomo: I’m surprised the ref allowed that submission. He could’ve disqualified Jarrett previously or allowed Hidaka to recover because of the illegal double team.

                          Hewitt: Could’ve but didn’t.

                          London comes in like a house of fire, stomping away on Jarrett before he’s even released the hold on Hidaka. The ref is unable to stop the feet on London, but a slap from Honda gets his attention, and even moreso does an elbow from Punk. Jarrett reaches up for any hand he can tag and finds that of Albright.

                          Albright comes back into the ring and gives London a armbar, which he transitions into a short clothesline. Albright holds on to the arm and pulls London to his feet in that manner for a second short clothesline. Albright pulls London up again, but this time London ducks the clothesline and frees his hand. London does a frankensteiner. Albright recovers as London decides it’s time to get out of the ring. With Albright between him and his corner, London tries to go over his adversary, but Albright is able to stop London from tagging by holding him on his shoulders and slamming in down in a sort of modified spinebuster. Albright takes the opportunity to go to his corner, ignore Punk’s outstretched hand, and tag Honda into the match.

                          Honda’s first order of business is to prevent London from tagging out, which he accomplishes by knocking bot Fujita and Kendrick off the apron. Honda then dives on top of London with a variety of amatuer holds, intended to tire out London and to keep him in place. London is unable to escape from his opponent. Honda puts London into a half nelson, half waistlock and roll him to his back for a pin…
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                          2.
                          London rolls back to his belly. Honda puts London in a full nelson and bends him in such a manner to resemble a camel clutch. London gets on his knees and rolls to the side. He doesn’t reach his corner, but Fujita is just able to reach one of his hands for the tag.

                          Honda drops the hold and meets Fujita upon his entrance with a drop toe hold. Honda floats over for a side headlock. Fujita fights his way to his feet and backs into the ropes to send honda off. Fujita tries to do a shoulder block, but Honda, who outweighs him by over 100 pounds, runs right over him. Honda grabs Fujita’s arms and turns him over into a triangle choke. Fujita is citrually helpless as he reaches for the ropes, but is in the middle of the ring. His attempts to escape by rocking back and forth also fail. The ref notices both of Honda’s shoulders on the mat…
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                          3
                          Fujita is barely conscious as he crawls to his corner to tag in Kendrick.

                          Hewitt: Just like that, we’re even.

                          Lomo: Just like this, we may have a bigger fight on our hands.

                          Both Punk and Albright step into the ring to take Honda’s place. They argue and push each other until Jarrett steps in and convinces Albright to leave. Punk is met in the ring by an armdrag from Kendrick. Kendrick delivers a dropkick to send Punk into the ropes. Kendrick tries to whip Punk across the ring, but Punk holds onto Kendrick’s arm and gives him a kick to the ribs. Punk goes for a roundhouse kick, but Kendrick dodges it and gets behind Punk for a belly to back suplex. Kendrick hooks a leg…
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                          Punk kicks out. Kendrick pulls Punk to his feet and whips Punk into the ropes. Punk jumps onto the middle rope and springboards off with a back elbow to Kendrick’s chin. Punk goes for a cover…
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                          2..
                          Kendrick gets a shoulder up. Punk immediately starts trying to put Kendrick in the anaconda vice, but Kendrick winds up rolling all around to avoid the hold. Both get get up and Punk is just a little bit faster to the punch. Kendrick is stunned by Punk’s punch and gets whipped into the ropes. Punk goes for a back body drop, but Kendrick leapfrogs him. Kendrick rebounds with a leg lariat, but Punk catches him. The momentum sends Punk backwards near his own corner where he throws Kendrick backwards over the top rope, and onto Albright. Albright and Kendrick fall to the arena floor. Albright is the first man up and slides into the ring. He gets into it with Punk, causing Jarrett to come in to try to mediate. While this is going on, Kendrick comes into the ring and pulls Jarrett down by the tights for a school boy…
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                          3

                          Albright tries to chase Kendrick, who crawls across the ring to tag out, but Punk grabs him by the arm and continues to yell at him. After a shove from Albright, Punk steps out of the ring and Albright looks to his opponents. Punk comes back in and gives Albright a roundhouse kick to the head from behind. Albright goes down and London runs across the ring. He does a dropsault that kicks Punk and lands on Albright…
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                          3

                          Lomo: And just like that, it’s 3 on 1.

                          Hewitt: CM Punk did done messed up. He screwed himself.

                          As soon as London is up, Punk clotheslines him to the mat. As London tries to get up, Punk underhooks both arms for a backbreaker and immediately goes for a lateral press…
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                          London bridges up. Punk rolls off and London sits up. Punk kicks London in the spine then puts him in a rear chinlock. London quickly turns so that he is on his knees and is able to get to his feet. London elbows Punk in the gut then slips out of the hold to go behind him. London does a double chickenwing and lifts Punk up, but Punk escapes to turn it into a victory roll…
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                          London kicks out. Punk comes to a kneeling London with a knee, but London rolls out of the way, toward his corner, and tags out.

                          Kendrick runs in and puts Punk on the mat with a heel kick. Kendrick then goes to the top of the nearest corner and dives off with a knee drop, but Punk rolls out of the way. Kendrick is able to stand and Punk quickly picks him up in a fireman’s carry. Kendrick slips off his shoulders and grabs his opponent by the head. He goes to the corner for sliced bread #2, but Punk sends him flying to the middle of the ring. When Kendrick turns over, he gets a running knee to his face and a cover…
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                          3

                          Hewitt: One down, two to go.

                          Lomo: Do you really think he can outlast 2 more opponents?

                          Hewitt: Haven’t we seen amazing things out of CM Punk?

                          Fujita takes a different approach than his partner, slowly coming into the ring and waiting for Punk to make the first move. Punk is slow to make that move, waiting in a corner. To coax Punk to the middle of the ring, Fujita bends over and allows Punk to have a free headlock. Punk comes to the middle of the ring and kicks Fujita in the bent over head. Punk runs to the ropes and comes off with a crossbody…
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                          Fujita kicks out. Punk gives Fujita flurry of punches and forearms to back him into a corner. Punk puts Fujita on the top rope and climbs after him. Punk goes for a frankensteiner, but Fujita holds onto the top rope. Punk hits the mat hard and Fujita does a splash from the top rope…
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                          3

                          Lomo: Fujita got lucky!

                          Hewitt: Japan’s underacheiver sneaks in two pins. This might be his tournament.
                          If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
                          -John Stuart Mill

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                          • #14
                            Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

                            Lomo: I have to question Vince McMahon’s judgment here. He’s teamed up with his son, a cheerleader, and a Samoan savage.

                            Hewitt: Well, they’re both hands on executives. Shane is a former European Champion and Vince probably ain’t completely out of the title picture.

                            Mazada/ Shawn Michaels/ The Boogeyman/Sting vs. Vince McMahon/Shane McMahon/Umaga/ Mitch w/ Armando Alejandro Estrada

                            Umaga is selected to start for his team against Mazada. Mazada is reluctant to get close the savage, but Umaga has no problem cornering and punching away at his opponent. Umaga whips his opponent into another neutral corner. Umaga charges into the corner after him and goes for a running headbutt, but Mazada moves out of the way. Umaga turns around having suffered no apparent ill effects. Mazada fires off a couple of chops and tries to pick up Umaga for a scoop slam, but a well-placed elbow stops the attempt and a headbutt puts Mazada on his back. Umaga climbs to the middle rope and comes off with a slingshot splash…
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                            Mazada gets his foot on the rope. Estrada pushes the foot off the rope and yells at Umaga. Umaga runs across the ring, but he runs into Shane, knocking him off the apron. Mazada crawls to his corner and tags out while Umaga is distracted by his partners.

                            Boogey comes into the ring and gets Umaga’s attention by pulling worms out of his tights and throwing them at the Samoan. Umaga stomps his foot and charges at Boogey, tackling him, and taking both men out of the ring. The ref makes a 10 count and declares both men eliminated.

                            Lomo: This doesn’t look good for McMahon and Company.

                            Hewitt: What are you talking about? It’s 3 on 3.

                            Mitch and Michaels step into the ring. Mitch gets some last minute instructions from Vince and is knocked down with a superkick. Michaels grabs Mitch, who is hung up in the ropes, and pulls him to the center of the ring. Vince and Shane both try to get in the ring, but Sting runs in to stop it. Vince gets away and runs up the aisle, but Sting gets a hold of Shane. Shawn sets up Mitch while Sting brings Shane to the middle of the ring. Michaels hits sweet chin music on Mitch as Sting does a scorpion death drop on Shane. Sting does the scorpion deathlock while Michaels covers Mitch…
                            1, Shane begins to tap out...
                            2, Shane continues to tap
                            3, The ref acknowledges Shane’s tap.

                            The ref does the obligatory 10 count for Vince, who is already backstage and not getting near the ring.

                            Hewitt: The ref shouldn’t have allowed Shane’s submission.

                            Lomo: Even an actual zebra could’ve seen where this was going.
                            If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
                            -John Stuart Mill

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                            • #15
                              Re: King of Wrestling Tournament- 2006

                              Lomo: I have to question Vince McMahon’s judgment here. He’s teamed up with his son, a cheerleader, and a Samoan savage.

                              Hewitt: Well, they’re both hands on executives. Shane is a former European Champion and Vince probably ain’t completely out of the title picture.

                              Mazada/ Shawn Michaels/ The Boogeyman/Sting vs. Vince McMahon/Shane McMahon/Umaga/ Mitch w/ Armando Alejandro Estrada

                              Umaga is selected to start for his team against Mazada. Mazada is reluctant to get close the savage, but Umaga has no problem cornering and punching away at his opponent. Umaga whips his opponent into another neutral corner. Umaga charges into the corner after him and goes for a running headbutt, but Mazada moves out of the way. Umaga turns around having suffered no apparent ill effects. Mazada fires off a couple of chops and tries to pick up Umaga for a scoop slam, but a well-placed elbow stops the attempt and a headbutt puts Mazada on his back. Umaga climbs to the middle rope and comes off with a slingshot splash…
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                              Mazada gets his foot on the rope. Estrada pushes the foot off the rope and yells at Umaga. Umaga runs across the ring, but he runs into Shane, knocking him off the apron. Mazada crawls to his corner and tags out while Umaga is distracted by his partners.

                              Boogey comes into the ring and gets Umaga’s attention by pulling worms out of his tights and throwing them at the Samoan. Umaga stomps his foot and charges at Boogey, tackling him, and taking both men out of the ring. The ref makes a 10 count and declares both men eliminated.

                              Lomo: This doesn’t look good for McMahon and Company.

                              Hewitt: What are you talking about? It’s 3 on 3.

                              Mitch and Michaels step into the ring. Mitch gets some last minute instructions from Vince and is knocked down with a superkick. Michaels grabs Mitch, who is hung up in the ropes, and pulls him to the center of the ring. Vince and Shane both try to get in the ring, but Sting runs in to stop it. Vince gets away and runs up the aisle, but Sting gets a hold of Shane. Shawn sets up Mitch while Sting brings Shane to the middle of the ring. Michaels hits sweet chin music on Mitch as Sting does a scorpion death drop on Shane. Sting does the scorpion deathlock while Michaels covers Mitch…
                              1, Shane begins to tap out...
                              2, Shane continues to tap
                              3, The ref acknowledges Shane’s tap.

                              The ref does the obligatory 10 count for Vince, who is already backstage and not getting near the ring.

                              Hewitt: The ref shouldn’t have allowed Shane’s submission.

                              Lomo: Even an actual zebra could’ve seen where this was going.
                              If all of mankind minus one were of of one opinion, and only one person of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.
                              -John Stuart Mill

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