October 11, 2010 - Monday Night Anarchy - Honolulu, HI

Monday Night Anarchy
October 11, 2010
Stan Sheriff Center - Honolulu, Hawaii
(Attendance: 4,326)

— The final moments from last week’s main event are shown as Anarchy comes on the air. Inside the arena, fireworks go off from the stage as Josh Daniels and Scott Michaels welcome everyone to the island of Hawaii, for the first-ever edition of Anarchy from the state. They announce that, tonight, after getting attacked by the “Big Red Monster” Kane last week, the Heavyweight Champion, Desmond Wolfe, will be in non-title action against Ted DiBiase.

“The Pope” D’Angelo Dinero came out to the ring, wearing the X-Division Title around his waist, and grabbed a microphone as he stepped into the ring. Dinero said that he had spent the last week, trying to wipe the smile off his face, after what took place last week. He said that he couldn’t sleep at night, because he spent so much time laughing at the fact that Mr. Anderson came out and demanded a title shot against him at Downfall, only to win because Yoshi Tatsu couldn’t keep his emotions in check. Dinero said that he told Anderson last week, that Anderson hadn’t done enough to impress Dinero, and that after last week, Anderson did nothing to help his cause. Dinero said that Anderson would have to do a lot of hard work to even get himself considered for a title match at Downfall. Dinero dropped the microphone, and left the ring, and started to make his way up the ramp when Mr. Anderson jumped out from the crowd, and attacked Dinero from behind! Anderson slammed Dinero into the Jumbotron, before connecting with the Mic Check on the steel stage! Anderson knelt down beside Dinero and asked if the champion was impressed now…

Commercial Break

Angelina Love vs. Sarita

Two weeks after losing the Women’s Title, Sarita stepped back into the ring tonight, taking on Angelina Love, who herself, was looking to make a statement. Angelina started off strong, but during the course of the match, Sarita became distracted as Natalya - the new Women’s Champion - made her way to the ring, and interfered. After being scolded by the referee, Natalya watched from ringside, as Angelina Love took advantage of the distraction to connect with a flying cross body press to pick up the victory! After the match, Natalya entered the ring and connected with a DDT as Angelina rolled under the bottom rope. Inside the ring, Natalya locked on the Sharpshooter, as Angelina made her way up the ramp, only to be stopped by the sight of Velvet Sky applauding Love’s victory tonight - a response to the confrontation a week ago between the two. Angelina tried to slap Velvet, only to have the move blocked, as Velvet connected with a slap of her own!

Angelina Love pinned Sarita after a flying cross body press in 0:08:59.
Rating: *** ½
[Natalya interfered against Sarita.]

Commercial Break

Yoshi Tatsu was seen walking through the backstage area, still fuming from his match last week, when he is approached by Kaz. Kaz said that he had spent all day looking for Tatsu, because he had something to get of his chest. Kaz said that, what he saw last week, was exactly what he wanted to see from Yoshi all along. Kaz said that the only thing Yoshi needs to make sure of, is to tone it down, so that he doesn’t get himself disqualified more often. Yoshi told Kaz that he’s been trying to teach Yoshi the “right way” to get things done inside the ring, but none of them have been successful. Yoshi said that he hadn’t felt this good since they started teaming up, and that he might continue the aggressive streak; and maybe it will lead them to a Tag Team Championship reign. Yoshi walked away as Kaz stared in his direction…

David Hart Smith (w/Natayla) vs. Yoshi Tatsu

After getting praised by his tag team partner - Kaz - Yoshi Tatsu came down to the ring, hoping to keep his aggressive attitude in the ring, and pick up a much needed victory. Tonight, though, he ran into the brick wall called David Hart Smith. Yoshi didn’t seem too worried about the size and strength advantage held by Smith, and that reckless attitude led Yoshi into a power slam, giving Smith a quick 1-2-3.

David Hart Smith pinned Yoshi Tatsu with a power slam in 0:01:20.
Rating: **

Commercial Break

“The Big Red Monster” Kane came out to the ring as Anarchy returned from commercials. Kane got into the ring, and said that he has always hated having his attitude - in big moment situations - questioned. He said that those questions have followed him since his first days in the business. “Would he be like his brother?” “Will he ever be the man at the top of the business?” Kane said that he had been the man on the top of the mountain, looking down at all the beggars, wanting a shot at him and the Heavyweight Title. He said that, over the past few months, he had begun to wonder if he still had what it took to come out and be the monster he had been all those years ago; he wondered if he could still bring fear to the hearts of those that stood across from him in the ring. Kane said, that after his first match with Desmond Wolfe, back at Rebellion, he seriously began to doubt himself. Kane said that he doubted whether or not he could ever become the top man in the HWL, like he had been in the WWE. He said that all he needed was a little push; a little motivation to see that he still had what it took to carry gold over his shoulder. Kane said he waited for months for that motivation to take place, and that he finally found that motivation when he earned the right to face Desmond Wolfe at Hostile Takeover. Kane admitted that he had let his emotions get the better of him, because he wanted to end Wolfe’s career more then he wanted to win the Heavyweight Title. But, Kane said, that this time, things were going to be totally different. Kane said that he would be coming into their match at Downfall with a new mentality; one that wasn’t worried about whether or not Wolfe walked away from the match, but rather Wolfe would be leaving the ring as the Heavyweight Champion. Kane said that he has never been more focused on winning a title in his career, and he promises that after Downfall, no one in the Horizon Wrestling League will question him again.

Commercial Break

The British Invasion vs. Randy Orton/Alex Shelley

Last week was a bad night for “The Viper”, as he issued a challenge to the Usos - for a match at Downfall - only to have The Usos attack Orton backstage. Tonight, Orton and Alex Shelley stepped into the ring against the team that came out victorious two weeks ago, earning themselves a shot at the Tag Team Titles at the pay-per-view. However, it was another bad night for Orton as two RKO attempts were reversed into backslides, and a DDT attempt was countered into a roll-up, that gave The British Invasion the victory! After the match, The Usos ran down the ramp and quickly attacked Alex Shelley, throwing him into the ring steps, and leaving him laying on the concrete as they escaped through the crowd.

The British Invasion (Brutus Magnus & Rob Terry) defeated Randy Orton & Alex Shelley when Magnus pinned R. Orton after a small package in 0:18:58.
Rating: ***

Commercial Break

A preview for next week’s episode of Anarchy announces the first-ever visit by the Horizon Wrestling League to the country of Japan.

Non-Title Match
© D’Angelo Dinero vs. Kane

Kane came out to the ring earlier in the evening, and made a strong case, that he would not be taken lightly any longer by the fans or the other athletes in the HWL locker room. Tonight, he stepped into the ring with the X-Division Champion, as a prelude his title match in a couple weeks at Downfall. D’Angelo Dinero, however, has never been known to back down from a challenge, and tonight he gave Kane all the fight he could muster. Kane ended up being too much for the champion to handle, and picked up the victory after a monstrous Choke Slam From Hell.

Kane pinned D’Angelo Dinero with the Choke Slam From Hell in 0:07:56.
Rating: *** ½

Commercial Break

Non-Title Match
Ted DiBiase vs. © Desmond Wolfe

Ted DiBiase had a huge opportunity in front of him tonight, as he took on the Heavyweight Champion in tonight’s main event. However, he never got the chance to show what he could do against the champion as “The Big Red Monster” Kane made his way down to ringside, wielding a steel chair in hand. Kane connected with a vicious shot to Wolfe’s back; the referee had no choice but to call for the bell. DiBiase stood in the corner as Kane entered the ring, and continued to assault the Heavyweight Champion. Kane picked up Wolfe and connected with a Tombstone piledriver in the center of the ring. Kane stood over Wolfe’s prone body as flames shot out from the ring posts. DiBiase rolled out of the ring and stared at Kane as Anarchy went off the air.

Desmond Wolfe defeated Ted DiBiase by disqualification in 0:00:28.
Rating: *
[Kane interfered against Desmond Wolfe.]

Card Rating: ** ¼

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