September 27, 2010 - Monday Night Anarchy - Calgary, Alberta, CN

Monday Night Anarchy
September 27, 2010
Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, Alberta, Canada
(Attendance: 11,957)

A slide show of still photos from “Hostile Takeover” are shown. Fireworks fill the arena as Josh Daniels and Scott Michalels welcome everyone to Calgary. It is announced, that tonight, Sarita will defend the Women's Title against Natalya – who won the right to challenge for the title, after winning a Battle Royal, last night.

Alex Shelley and Randy Orton make their way out to the ring, as the crowd cheers them on. Inside the ring, Orton grabs a microphone and says that “last night was our chance to become the best team in the HWL.” But, he says, that chance was taken away by two people who have no business getting involved in the Tag Team Title picture. Orton says that he isn't going to waste any time, and calls out The Usos.

The Usos make their way to the ring, and stand eye-to-eye with Shelley and Orton. Orton says he wants to know what was going through their minds when they came out to the ring last night. Jimmy Uso says that he and Jey have been sitting at the bottom of the Tag Team Division ever since they arrived in the HWL, and that last night, they decided that they had had enough, and wanted to take matters into their own hands. He says that, they want a chance to prove they are capable of winning the titles, and he issues a challenge to Shelley and Orton, for a #1 Contenders Match, later tonight…

Before the challenge can be accepted, The British Invasion make their way to the ring, and stand to the side of both teams already in the ring. Brutus Magnus grabs a microphone and says that if there's one team that deserves a title shot, its them. Magnus says that the Usos haven't proven anything to anyone since joining the HWL, and he and Rob Terry beat them the last time they were in the ring together. And, he said, that Shelley and Orton lost their match last night; automatically taking them out of the picture.

This brings out HWL Owner, Peter Bradshaw, who stands on the stage and says that he – and the crowd – are sick and tired of hearing the six of them complain about who should be #1 Contenders. Bradshaw says, if they want to prove who deserves a shot, then they'll have to do it in the ring… tonight! Bradshaw then says that there will be a Triple Threat Match to determine who will face The Hart Dynasty at Downfall. The crowd goes crazy as Bradshaw leaves the ring, leaving all six men staring at each other.

Commercial Break

HWL Women's Title Match
Natalya vs. © Sarita

The crowd was definitely behind their hometown favorite tonight, as Natalya had a chance to regain the Women's Championship. After winning a Battle Royal, last night at “Hostile Takeover”, Natalya wasn't going to let her chance go to waste. Natalya came out of strong tonight, locking in both an airplane spin and the Sharpshooter, wearing down the Champion. Sarita fought back, but after taking the brunt of those two submission moves early in the match, it wasn't enough to make an impact. Natalya put away Sarita with a release German suplex for the 1-2-3, to win the Women's Title.

Natalya defeated Sarita after a release German suplex in 0:07:32.
Rating: *** ½
(Natalya won the HWL Women's Title.)

After the match, Natalya is handed the Women's Title as the crowd celebrates with her. David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd join Natalya in the ring, as all three of them celebrate before heading to the backstage area.

Commercial Break

Backstage, Velvet Sky is seen walking through the hallway, when she is approached by Angelina Love. Love says that last night didn't go exactly as planned, as they had both been talking about getting their shot at the Women's Title. Velvet agrees, and says that they'll get their chances sooner or later. Angelina cuts of Velvet and says that Velvet cost her a chance at the Women's title last night, when Velvet clotheslined her out of the ring during the Battle Royal. Velvet apologies, saying that it was nothing but an accident, and that she didn't mean to do it. But, Angelina says that Velvet is starting to show her true colors, and that they will have to see who gets to challenge for the title first. Angelina then pushes by Velvet and walks away as Velvet looks on in shock.

Ted DiBiase vs. Tyson Kidd (w/Natalya)

Another hometown favorite was in action tonight, as Tyson Kidd stepped into the ring with Ted DiBiase. These two have had a lot of history as of late, after battling for the Tag Team Titles, and they started where they left off tonight. Kidd came down to the ring with newly crowned Women's Champion, Natalya, who made her presence known early in the match, tripping DiBiase, to give Kidd the advantage. However, after being admonished by the referee, Natalya stayed quiet for the rest of the match. Inside the ring, DiBiase and Kidd appeared to be very evenly matched as neither one of them could contain the advantage for long stretches. However, DiBiase was able to connect with a thunderous clothesline, that stunned Kidd long enough for DiBiase to pick up the 1-2-3.

Ted DiBiase defeated Tyson Kidd via pinfall in 0:19:08.
Rating: ***

DiBiase left the ring and celebrated his victory as he made his way up the ramp. Kidd slowly rolled out of the ring, and was helped to the back by Natalya as the crowd applauded his efforts.

Commercial Break

HWL Heavyweight Champion, Desmond Wolfe, comes out to the ring, with the title draped over his shoulder. He says that last night was a good night in terms of walking away with the Heavyweight Title still in his possession, but he says that the night didn't end the way he wanted it to. Wolfe says that he would've expected more from Kane last night, especially knowing that the Heavyweight Title was on the line. Wolfe says that Kane was so determined to make him feel pain, that during the match, he lost all concept of what he was really fighting for. Wolfe says that yes, Kane did leave him lying on the canvas at “Hostile Takeover”, but Wolfe is the one standing in the center of the ring with the title tonight.

The lights in the arena suddenly go out, as fire shoots from the stage, and Kane makes his way out to the ring. Kane
and Wolfe have a stare-down in the center of the ring; the anticipation brewing in the crowd. Wolfe says that there's nothing Kane can do – or say – that will change the fact that he screwed himself out of the Heavyweight Title last night. Kane stood quietly, in the center of the ring, as Wolfe continued to give Kane reasons as to why he wouldn't win the Heavyweight Title. Wolfe says that the first time, he just couldn't get the job done, before Wolfe was better prepared – having faced better competition during the inaugural tournament. And, last night, Wolfe says that Kane noticed he couldn't put the champion away, and it started eating at “The Big Red Monster”. Wolfe says that Kane's only problem is that he wants to maim people, and doesn't really care about the Heavyweight Title. And, because of that, Wolfe says, that Kane will always be “second” in the Horizon Wrestling League. Wolfe then turns around, and is met with Kane's hand around his throat! Kane lifts Wolfe into the air, but Montel Vontavious Porter's music begins playing, causing Kane to drop Wolfe to the canvas.

MVP makes his way to the ring, and gets into Kane's face, as the two of them begin to share words. Wolfe rolls outs of the ring, clutching his throat as MVP grabs a microphone. He says that Kane stole away MVP's right to challenge for the Heavyweight Title… and then threw it away because he couldn't get the job done. MVP says that he's seen Kane do a lot of things over the years, but the one thing he's never been good at is making good on championship promises. MVP says that its his time to fight for the Heavyweight Title, and if he has to go through Kane to get it, then he'll end his career if he has to!

For the second time in the evening, HWL Owner, Peter Bradshaw appeared on-stage. He says that he's in a giving mood tonight, and says that if Kane and MVP feel they both deserve title shots against Desmond Wolfe, then they will have to prove it… later tonight, in a #1 Contenders Match! Bradshaw walks off-stage, as MVP and Kane stare at each other, while outside the ring, Desmond Wolfe composes himself.

Commercial Break

#1 Contenders Match
The Usos (w/Tamina) vs. The British Invasion vs. Randy Orton/Alex Shelley

All three of these teams put their bodies on the line in this match; all for the chance to face The Hart Dynasty for the Tag Team Titles at “Downfall” next month. Orton and Shelley came in as the clear-cut favorites to win the match, but that just put added pressure on them to come out victorious. However, that was not the case as Randy Orton was blindsided by a vicious chairshot by Tamina on the outside of the ring! The Usos took quick advantage of Orton's state, as Jey Uso connected with the Superfly Splash to pick up the first elimination. Then, it came down to the two teams that have begun to know each other very well over the past few weeks, and the battle between them was very intense. But, with the multiple times the referee had been knocked to the canvas during this match, there was very little room for error for either team. But, that thought escaped Jimmy Uso's mind, as he threw the referee outside of the ring after what he thought was a slow count. After pulling himself to his feet, the referee called for the bell, and gave the Tag Team Title shot to The British Invasion!

The British Invasion (Brutus Magnus & Rob Terry) defeated The Usos (Jimmy & Jey) and Randy Orton & Alex Shelley:
x Jey beat R. Orton via the Superfly Splash in 0:30:55.
x R. Terry beat Jimmy via disqualification in 0:35:08.
Rating: ** ½

After the match, Rob Terry and Jimmy Uso continued to brawl inside the ring. Jey Uso and Brutus Magnus entered the ring, and joined the fight, as the referee tried to break it up. HWL officials rushed down to the ring and separated the four men as the crowd continued cheering.

Commercial Break

A preview for tomorrow night's “Tuesday Night Rampage” is shown, announcing the second round of the Heavyweight Title tournament. Also, the Fatal Four Way match to crown the new PCW Tag Team Champions.

Steve Corino vs. Matt Morgan

Tonight was Matt Morgan's chance at redemption, after coming up short against Evan Bourne last night at “Hostile Takeover”. He stepped into the ring with a similarly sized opponent in Steve Corino, but the Manitoba native proved to be a little bit more than Morgan could handle. Corino showed a darker side of himself tonight, opening up a gash above Morgan's eye, after slamming “the Blueprint” into the steel ring steps. Dazed and confused, Morgan fell victim to Corino's Sliding Lariat for the 1-2-3.

Steve Corino pinned Matt Morgan with the Sliding Lariat in 0:08:39.
Rating: ***

After the match, Steve Corino quickly left the ring, celebrating his victory as the crowd met him with a mixed reaction. Inside the ring, Morgan slowly got to his feet and stared at the stage as Corino walked backstage.

Commercial Break

#1 Contenders Match
Montel Vontavious Porter vs. Kane

During a night of opportunities in the HWL, “The Big Red Monster” Kane and MVP battled it out to see who would move on to “Downfall” to face Desmond Wolfe for the Heavyweight Title. MVP came out swinging, giving everything he could to his larger opponent, and nearly put Kane down on multiple occasions. However, Kane's power and strength were too much for Porter, as Kane connected with the Choke Slam From Hell to secure a victory, and another shot at Desmond Wolfe on October 31st!

Kane defeated Montel Vontavious Porter with the Choke Slam From Hell in 0:14:20.
Rating: ***

After the match, Kane stood over MVP, in the center of the ring, as flames burst from the ring posts. As the smoke cleared, and the lights came back on, Kane locked eyes with Desmond Wolfe, who was standing on the stage, applauding Kane's victory. The show went off the air as Kane and Wolfe stared at each other from across the arena.

Card Rating: ** ½

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