The Hollywood Bruvs vs. Blue Live Crew vs. Fighting For Nora vs. Solid Gold Rock n Roll
After a quick commercial break, ReVival returns to the ring with all four of our teams ready for action. Well at least seven of the eight competitors are ready. El Hijo Del Super Cool Guy is the odd man out, as he is leaning against the turnbuckle.
Nick Stuart: And now we are joined by the MGM Liaison to PRIME, Melvin Beauregard here on commentary!
Melvin Beauregard: It’s a pleasure being here with both of you Nick and Richard. An absolute honor to be here with such a legendary play by play tandem.
Richard Parker: You hear that Nick? I’m legendary!
Nick Stuart: What we’re about to have is a legendary showdown of tag teams for a PRIME Survivor preview. Let’s turn it over to Vince Howard.
Vince Howard: This match is scheduled for one fall… and will be contested under tornado tag rules! In the far corner to my right at a combined weight of four hundred and seventy-five pounds… we have FIGHTING FOR NOOOOOORA!
Jonathan Rhine and Paxton Ray step forward clapping to themselves, as Jonathan Rhine strips off the now world-famous ‘Fighting for Nora’ merchandise and throws it into the crowd. Vince Howard is right back on the stick.
Vince Howard: In the other far corner we have Blue Live Crew!
Nick Stuart: King Blueberry sure had a great time on that forklift last week.
Richard Parker: Totally disrespectful of him. I can’t believe he had the gall to drive that forklift around while kidnapping Bobby Dean.
Melvin Beauregard: I tend to agree with Richard on this, let’s just not talk about it. In front of you today we’re gonna see four of the best tag teams in the world have to get it on!
Vince Howard: Behind me and to my right, weighing in at a combined weight of four hundred and seventy one pounds… SOLID GOLD ROCK AND ROOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!
Barry Delgado struts to the middle of the ring and gives the biggest flex one of the thiccest boys on the roster can, while Trent approaches from behind and poses behind the much smaller man.
Vince Howard: Behind me and to my left, weighing in at a combined weight of…
Vince Howard is interrupted by Mikey Unlikely and JFK stepping up and speaking to Vince Howard in earnest. Howard nods his head up and down, reassuring The Bruvs.
Vince Howard: THE HOLLYWOOD BRUUUUUUVS!
Nick Stuart: This match is going to be a lot for our tag team specialist Jimmy Turnbull to keep track of. Under the Tornado Tag Team rules, there will be two active men in the ring at all times, and they can tag ANY man on the apron.
Melvin Beauregard: You’ll see these teams showing a bit of their cooperation before we launch Survivor at Culture Shock.
Richard Parker: How are you supposed to work with El Hijo Del Super Cool Guy?
Melvin Beauregard: He is awfully silent…
Nick Stuart: It looks like The Bruvs have deferred to Fighting For Nora, and Blue Live Crew has done the same for Solid Gold Rock and Roll. The two tall men in this match will start it off with Trent Sadikaj and Paxton Ray.
Trent Sadikaj and Paxton Ray come to the center of the ring, and the two big men lock up with force. The bigger Sadikaj gets an early advantage by transitioning into an arm crank on Paxton. Paxton swings a wild elbow but Sadikaj goes around behind and puts Ray into a hammerlock. Ray pushes himself backward and gets Sadikaj into the ropes. Turnbull comes over and separates the two large men.
Nick Stuart: So far Turnbull is doing a good job with all these teams.
Richard Parker: It’s been like a minute Nick…
Ray backs off cleanly but Trent rakes Paxton across the back. Paxton screams out and stumbles forward across the ring and ends up walking toward the Solid Gold Rock N’ Roll corner where he catches a jumping right hand from Delgado. Turnbull rushes over to warn Delgado and Sadikaj takes the opportunity to super kick Paxton Ray in the back of the head. Ray hits the mat on his knees. Sadikaj takes a step back and throws a boot at Ray’s face but Paxton rolls through in one motion, getting to his feet and smashing Sadikaj with a discus punch. Trent’s eyes almost pop out of his head as he’s knocked towards Blue Live Crew’s corner. He dives and manages to tag King Blueberry in.
Nick Stuart: Trent was rocked and he had to get out of there!
Melvin Beauregard: First example of teams having to work together inside of a match. This is what Survivor is all about.
Richard Parker: Isn’t that the second… they had to figure out who was starting out…
Melvin Beauregard: I hear the ground level rooms beside the pool area that are the closest to the slot machine have some vacancies.
Nick Stuart: Really great seeing the teams have to make decisions like this…
Blueberry comes in with a head full of steam at Paxton Ray. He smashes Ray with two right hands driving the big man back into the ropes. He tries to send Ray across the ring with an Irish whip, but Ray manages to reverse and sends Blueberry sprinting across the ring. On the way back, Paxton plants Blueberry with a big boot right to the mouth. Blueberry hits the mat almost convulsing and crawls towards The Bruvs’ corner. Mikey Unlikely has his hand out for the tag…
Nick Stuart: And Mikey Unlikely and Kendrix just dropped off the apron leaving King Blueberry high and dry.
Melvin Beauregard: That’s a great example of some strategy coming into play!
Richard Parker: I wouldn’t volunteer to jump in the ring with Paxton Ray either.
Blueberry is shocked at the turn of events and turns around to Paxton Ray bearing down on him. Blueberry ducks under the larger man and leaps for the Solid Gold Rock and Roll corner but Barry Delgado and Trent both turn their backs and pose to the crowd. Blueberry turns around just in time to step out of the way of the enormous charging Paxton Ray.
Nick Stuart: This is why you can only trust your own partner in a match like this!
Richard Parker: His is a mannequin, Nick.
Blueberry turns around and sprints in at Paxton Ray and throws his body at him, slamming Ray into the corner. Blueberry steps back again, and runs into the SGRNR corner at Ray again. He jumps up for a hurricanrana but Paxton Ray manages to catch him in the powerbomb position. Blueberry flails his arms and manages to slap Barry Delgado on the head as Paxton Ray drives Blueberry to the mat with a Powerbomb.
Nick Stuart: Unexpected tag from Blueberry to Delgado!
Richard Parker: IS THAT CONSIDERED A TAG?
Nick Stuart: Turnbull allowed it.
Blueberry flops out of the ring like an electrified fish as Barry Delgado comes in with a head full of steam and grabs a shocked Paxton Ray around the waist, he lifts him and drops him on his knee with an Atomic Drop. Paxton uses the momentum from the move to walk towards Jonathan Rhine and manages to tag him as Delgado comes sprinting into the corner. Rhine hops over the rope and takes Delgado down with an armdrag. Delgado flies at the Blue Live Crew corner and manages to tag El Hijo Del Super Cool Guy…
Richard Parker: He tagged the mannequin…
Nick Stuart: He did…
Melvin Beauregard: Holy…
Turnbull holds his arms out confused as El Hijo Del Super Cool Guy just stands there… Turnbull looks at Rhine, who shrugs his shoulders in confusion. Jimmy starts to count:
King Blueberry looks up from having his head buried in his arms on the apron… the sudden realization of what happened slowly crawls across his face.
Blueberry is shocked and horrified, he jumps up on the apron beside the mannequin and looks at Jonathan Rhine standing in the middle of the ring. Blueberry pleads with the official who ignores him and continues counting.
Nick Stuart: I don’t think Turnbull cares for Blueberry’s logic.
Blueberry grabs the mannequin by the collar and prepares to toss the mannequin in the ring. Rhine smirks as El Hijo Del Super Cool Guy takes to the air. Rhine catches the mannequin and throws him over his head into his corner with an overhead belly to belly suplex. Rhine hooks the mannequin’s leg in his corner.
The Bruvs start to step through the ropes, but back off as Delgado, Sadikaj, and Blueberry come sprinting into the ring. Sadikaj and Paxton Ray collide on the outside as Delgado and Blueberry both start hitting Rhine with boots. Delgado gets Rhine up to his feet and slams him with a headbutt sending Rhine stumbling to Blueberry who dropkicks Rhine in the chest sending him stumbling back towards Delgado. Delgado picks up Rhine and slams Rhine to the mat with a huge spinebuster. Blueberry takes advantage of the chaos to grab El Hijo Del Super Cool Guy’s limp arm and drag him back to his corner.
Richard Parker: Is its leg still in the hooked position?
Nick Stuart: Yes it is…
Melvin Beauregard: I’m watching a man save a mannequin… I guess this is an opportunity to talk about what else we have going on at the resort tomorrow…
Turnbull finally gets Paxton Ray and Sadikaj off of each other and back to their corners. He turns around and begins insisting Delgado go back to his corner. Blueberry takes the moment to grab something from under the mannequin’s jacket. The Bruvs both are the first to see it, and immediately drop off of the apron with their hands in the air again. Blueberry slaps the mannequin and pushes it out of the ring running at Rhine wielding a stun gun.
Nick Stuart: I think Turnbull has officially lost control of this match.
Richard Parker: No… he couldn’t have… we couldn’t have predicted this…
Rhine sees it as well, and manages to hit Blueberry with a drop toe hold. He explodes between Delgado and Turnbull just as Delgado gets to the other side of the rope, and Rhine manages to tag Delgado. Rhine steps through the ropes and tries to march back to his corner but Sadikaj rakes him across the back. As Delgado steps into the ring. Sadikaj starts shouting at Turnbull that Blueberry has a stun gun, but Paxton Ray comes through the ropes running down the edge of the ropes and hammers Sadikaj off the apron with a clothesline. Turnbull turns to Paxton trying to get him out of the ring.
Richard Parker: What a cheap shot from Paxton Ray!
Nick Stuart: He had it coming! And look back in the ring!
Meanwhile, Delgado ducks under Blueberry’s first stab with the cattle prod. Not that it was that far for him to go, but he comes behind Blueberry and sends him flying with a German suplex. Blueberry lands at the feet of where The Bruvs should be standing, but they’ve started walking up the entrance ramp flailing their arms throwing a mild tantrum. They continue all the way to the back. Delgado storms over and bends down to grab Blueberry but gets hit with the stun gun! The electrified Boogie almost dances his way to the center of the ring before dramatically falling face first into the canvas. Blueberry slides the cattle prod out of the ring and scampers over to cover just as Turnbull turns around.
Richard Parker: This maniac in a blue mask has done it! Pure brilliance!
Paxton Ray comes right back through the ropes and picks Blueberry up off of the fallen Delgado. Blueberry flails as he pushes him toward Jonathan Rhine who slaps Blueberry on the back and jumps through the ropes diving into a pin attempt and hooking both of Delgado’s legs.
Delgado’s short legs begin to kick furiously as Rhine holds down with everything he has.
Paxton pushes Blueberry away from him as he and Rhine turn around to celebrate.
Nick Stuart: WHAT FANTASTIC TEAMWORK FROM FIGHTING FOR NORA!
Richard Parker: I don’t even know what was legal or illegal in that match… did Barry Delgado actually start dancing while he was being hit with a cattle prod…
Melvin Beauregard: What a win for Fighting For Nora! These guys have an incredible story and are sure to be a fan favorite in our Survivor competition.
The scene fades with Fighting For Nora celebrating while Trent checks on Delgado, and Blueberry scoops up his mannequin and stun gun, making his escape back up the ramp.