The show opens with a review of the end of last week's show. Brock Lesnar breaking up the title match between Adam Riggs
and Kurt Angle, followed by Lesnar and Riggs' shocking allegiance, and turning on the rest of the Overlords.
Sean Waltman defeated Mentallo by pinfall after a spinning heel kick at 5:33
-easy victory for Waltman, who has been quiet as of late in the MAPW.
Chris Champion comes to the ring. He apologizes to the crowd for not making it last week, but for some
reason that was unclear at the time he was forceably removed from an airplane he was attempting to board. Now Champion says
it all makes sense, he was set up by Adam Riggs and possibly Brock Lesnar.
Well tonight, the shoe seems to be on the other foot. Champion says he is here, but there is no sign of Adam Riggs, Brock
Lesnar, or April Hunter. But he's sure they are listening so the orders he has received from the executive committee are simple;
show up next week for their matches as set by MAPW or be suspended indefinetly.
MAPW Television Title Match
Billy Kidman defeated Jerry Orth by pinfall after a shooting star press at 8:07
[Kidman retains the MAPW TV title]
The match started with Kidman offering to shake hands with Orth, but being waved away instead by the former Spinebuster.
This led to some early tempers flaring that otherwise may not have happened. It was a hard hitting match that was even throughout.
But during the last minute Kidman turned it up a notch, quickened the pace and went aerial. It was obvious that Orth could
not match this and Kidman pulled out the victory. After the match Orth stopped Kidman from leaving the ring and offered a
handshake. Kidman accepted and the men embraced briefly before leaving the ring.
Dustin Rhodes defeated Yoshi Tajiri by pinfall after a roll-up and a handfull of tights at 6:20
-No real compelling reason to have these two rulebreakers face off against each other, but they did, and it wasn't pretty.
The end came when Tajiri tried to blow green mist into the face of Rhodes, but he saw it coming and put up his hands to block
it, then rolled up Tajiri, and cheated his way to victory with a handfull of tights.
Dan Severn and The Stalk are interviewed about the dissolution of the Overlords. Severn says this isn't
done yet, that he will square things with Adam Riggs as soon as the coward shows his face again.
Dan Severn & The Stalk defeated Sam Holiday & Javier Reyes by pinfall when Severn pinned Reyes after
a release German suplex at 9:43
-some old scores being settled here, but Reyes could not get his revenge.
[end of first hour]