THE HOLLYWOOD BRUVS vs. DANGEROUS MIX
Event: ReVival 9
Event Date: 06/03/2022
THE HOLLYWOOD BRUVS vs. DANGEROUS MIX
Nick Stuart: And folks, we are back with this tag team contest in progress, The Hollywood Bruvs taking on The Dangerous Mix! Jimmy Turnbull might have his hands full with this one…
Richard Parker: Because the Bruvs might go making like a tree and leave?
Nick Stuart: We know that this has been a real point of contention with PRIME officials and the Bruvs since the return of PRIME, with Lindsay Troy laying out ramifications in no uncertain terms. And they are in the ring tonight with a team trying to get back on track after their elimination from Survivor as well as not coming up victorious on ReVival 7 against 2become1 and The Masters of the Multiverse B-Team.
Richard Parker: You can’t fault guys who want to protect themselves, and their Hollywood looks…
Nick Stuart: Odd statement coming from you Richard. You’re all for competition and doing whatever it takes.
Richard Parker: Hey, what can I say, sometimes, you have to look out for yourself.
Nick Stuart: Turnbull gave these men their instructions and it was…I feel like the Bruvs were already trying to leave. But here we are, Mikey Unlikely starting out with David Fox in the ring, circling each other, these two have impressive resumes all their own, with both having made their mark in Defiance. Decades of experience here. They’re circling each other, Fox going for a collar and elbow tie up and Unlikely evades, slicking back his hair as he seems to be mocking Fox for even trying to touch him.
Richard Parker: The Bruvs have both been World Champions. I’m sure they have guest appearances and the like they have to be ready for. And you think you can just go in there and grab a tie up and get into a wrestling match? Pfft!
The larger men of both teams, Jesse Fredericks Kendrix and Mushigihara, are in their assigned corners, tag ropes in hand. Mushi is bent over, hand extended, wanting to feast. Kendrix is nonchalant, as if he would rather be anywhere but here. As Unlikely struts, Fox shoots in, grabbing a hammerlock on him, wrenching upward, all before getting flipped over with a head whip. Both men shoot back to their feet, with Unlikely not happy with being touched, charging forward, only to get an arm drag sending him across the ring for his trouble. Another blind charge and another arm drag. When Unlikely gets up this time, he his smashed with a rolling elbow that shoots him into his corner, causing the blind tag to JFK. Surprised, Kendrix steps into the ring, and when Fox tries to tangle up with him, he gets a poke to the eye for his troubles.
Nick Stuart: Oh that was blatant!
Richard Parker: Got to be a step ahead!
Turnbull quickly gets in the face of JFK, admonishing him, but the Bruv just pushes the junior official away, grabbing onto the smaller Fox with a quick arm hold. Mushigihara seems to be amped to the gills, wanting to get in the ring, pounding his chest, the fans wanting to see the God-Beast get in there and wreck things.
Kendrix fires off a chop, impressed with himself when it connects. David Fox, though, stands up straight, not even rubbing his chest, and quickly grabs JFK with a muay thai clinch, firing off a trio of heavy, heavy knee strikes into the stomach of the Bruv. On the break, he clobbers JFK with a heavy roundhouse kick, flattening him, and looking to his tag partner, Fox sees how animated he is. He storms over, tagging in Mushigihara, pointing towards the Hollywood Bruvs. He roars.
Nick Stuart: Uh oh. I didn’t think you could say that on television!
Richard Parker: Especially on the ACE Network!
The Hollywood Bruvs look at the massive Mushigihara as he steps into the ring, and, thinking better of things, wave their hands off, and both leave the ring.
Nick Stuart: They’re doing it again!
Richard Parker: I mean, did you hear that beast? Would you just stand there after what he said about what he’d do to your insides?!
The loud booing of the fans cuts through Jimmy Turnbull’s count, all as the Bruvs start walking toward the ramp, sick of this match. Their backs turned, they don’t see the what is coming for them; The Dangerous Mix is out, angry, and not about to put up with this. The quick David Fox grabs hold of Mikey Unlikely by the hair, turning him around and tossing him hard into the guardrail. And while JFK turns around at the commotion, he can’t help but see from the corner of his eye the massive Mushigihara, throwing his entire body weight in a splash, causing Kendrick to topple violently to the ramp. Mushi scoops up JFK and slams him back onto the steel, all before picking him up over his shoulder and taking him to the ring.
Nick Stuart: Oh wow! The fans are going nuts over seeing the Dangerous Mix taking the fight to the Bruvs! It’s like they’ve been waiting weeks to see someone do this!
Richard Parker: This isn’t fair!
Launching JFK into the ringpost like a dart, Mushigihara lets out another roar of “OSU” before picking up Kendrick and tossing him into the ring like a bag of trash. Stepping in, JFK has somehow stumbled to his feet, spaghetti legged, hands up like he’s going to fight, but nobody is home. Mushigihara smashes him with a big boot, while on the outside, David Fox is pinning Mikey Unlikely against the guardrail, launching kicks to his downed body, making sure that he is in no position to try and make a save.
Blasted with a big boot, JFK tries to get up, and is helped to that position by Mushi. The worst thing possible.
Nick Stuart: Uranage!
Richard Parker: I think the center of the ring might have been caved in on that one!
Nick Stuart: Mushigihara lifts Kendrix again! Another Uranage spikes him off the canvas! Cover!
DING DING DING
Vince Howard: Your winners…by pinfall…THE DAAAAAAAANGEROUS! MIX!
Fox has broken away from Mikey Unlikely and is back in the ring, trying to keep the God-Beast from continuing the onslaught on the broken form of Kendrix. Within a few seconds, the God-Beast has his hands up, only to dust them off and smile. Fox gives him a big hug, and Mushi lifts his tag partner onto his shoulders, ready to celebrate.
Nick Stuart: An impressive win here by the Dangerous Mix! And a reminder…don’t get on the wrong side of these two…they pack quite the explosive punch!