it up. She ended up tossed over the top onto the apron, then knocked off to the floor.
Angelina and Winter worked over Velez and scored the pin.
Your winners, Angelina Love & Winter.
They did a lot of gaga early. The crowd didn't seem to get into it beyond chanting to entertain themselves.
FWE Tri-Borough champion Paul London vs. Akio Yang
London did his long entrance where he slapped the hands of everyone for about ten minutes. The crowd all clapped at the bell in anticipation. Akio took the mic and asked the crowd if they wanted cake. The crowd chanted that they did. He asked them why and if they had the munchies. He ripped on the crowd and said they were fat bas***ds who didn't need cake.
London took the mic and said they want cake because it's incredible. He said that if he didn't bring out any cake, they should hurry up and wrestle because Akio now made him hungry.
They locked up and neither man was able to gain control of the other. London grabbed a side headlock. Yang reversed it and when London tried to shoot him into the ropes, Yang grabbed his hair to prevent it. Yang took him to the mat and controlled him. Yang was sent into the ropes and shoulderblocked London down.
Yang controlled London, who tried to find a way out. He tripped up Yang, dropkicked him and nailed a rana. He then clotheslined Yang over the top to the floor. London went for a dive but Yang got out of the way. He nailed a dropkick on Yang when Yang got back on the apron, the hit a tope con hilo to the outside in the aisle.
London drove Yang backwards into the apron. They battled onto the apron, chopping each other. London worked him over with punches but was lowblowed and crashed to the floor outside. Yang brought him back into the ring and tied him up on the mat. He snapped London down to the mat and nailed a standing moonsault for a two count.
Yang stomped on London and worked him over. London fired back with chops but was worked over. He whipped London into the corner and drilled him with a spinkick, landing on the apron. Yang went to the tpp for a flying bodypress but London kicked him as he was in the air.
Yang and London battled back and forth in the center of the ring. London shoulderblocked Yang from the outside as he charged London in the corner. London beat him down and came off the ropes with a double stomp to the back for a two count.
London drilled Yang with a hangman's neckbreaker for a two count. London went to the top but was cut off. Yang worked him over with punches and slugs to the back. London fought back and drilled Yang, sending him to the floor. He went for the shooting star press but missed. Yang nailed a moonsault for a two count.
Yang went to the top but London nailed his legs, crotching him on the ropes. London went for a reverse rana off the top but Yang held on. He nailed a moonsault but London kicked out at the last second. The referee began counting them both down on the mat. They made it to their feet before the ten count. Yang drilled London with a knee in the corner and began beating him with rights and lefts.
London fought him off and came off the second rope with a DDT. London nailed the shooting star press and scored the pin.
Your winner and still FWE Tri-Borough champion, Paul London!
Really good, hard fought back and forth physical match. Really enjoyable.
After the match, London offered Yang his hand out of respect. Yang teased shaking it but blew him off. London dropkicked him out of the
Extreme Rules: Tommy Dreamer vs. Rob Van Dam
RVD came out to a knockoff version of Pantera's Walk and the crowd chanted the chorus of the song. They hugged at the bell.
They locked up and reversed several attempts at taking the other down. Van Dam made it to the ropes, then jumped up and pointed at himself. The crowd loved it.
They locked up and Dreamer grabbed a side headlock. Van Dam tried to break it and did with several kicks. Dreamer went into the corner. He sent Van Dam into the buckles and to the floor. Dreamer clotheslined him off the apron to the floor.
Dreamer slammed Van Dam into the guard rail. He took a soda and sprayed it, Great Muta style, into Van Dam's face. They battled around ringside. Dreamer dragged Van Dam into the crowd, where they fought. The crowd chanted, "ECW."
Dreamer nailed Van Dam with a trash can. Van Dam made a comeback and nailed a legdrop on Dreamer on the outside. They battled up to the top of the building. They battled back down the bleachers where Dreamer took a bump through a tarp down into the aisle. That was nuts. The crowd chanted, "You killed Tommy."
Van Dam brought Dreamer back into the ring. He worked over Dreamer but was caught with a spike piledriver for a two count. He whippped RVD into the corner. RVD kicked him as he charged. Van Dam went to the top but Dreamer shoved him and crotched him. Dreamer nailed him with a chair to the back and tied him to the tree of woe. He set up a chair in front of Van Dam and hit the dropkick to the chair to the face.
Dreamer went under the ring and retrieved a table. He set it in the corner and went for a Spicoli Driver, but Van Dam slipped out and instead nailed the Spicoli Driver through the table for a two count. Van Dam went for the split legged moonsault but missed. Dreamer nailed the big piledriver and they recreated that insane piledriver from November to Remember 1997. The crowd chanted, "This is awesome."
Dreamer went to the middle ropes for an elbow but missed. Van Dam set up a chair in the corner but Dreamer ended up reversing the whip and being sent into it. Dreamer went for a Pedigree but Van Dam escaped. RVD hit Rolling Thunder for a two count.
Van Dam nailed the Five Star Frogsplash and scored the pin.
Your winner, Rob Van Dam!
Really good match that echoed their bouts in ECW and WWF. The crowd really loved... (Continues on next page)