[YOUTUBE]8l__GDO3_zo[/YOUTUBE] For the third night in a row, the crowd in Denver is still eager and excited to be apart of a televised WZCW event, cheering loudly as the small pyrotechnics displays goes off on the stage. Many different signs are littered around the arena as well as fans wearing the shirts of their favourite WZCW superstars. [YOUTUBE]B1Bi1c9LmhU[/YOUTUBE] Serra: Welcome everybody to Aftershock! My name is Rebecca Serra and I'm here with my broadcast partner, "Big" Johnny Klamor and it seems we aren't wasting any time with the program as we are kick-starting off the proceedings with our first match of the night! Klamor: This is how it should be - no distractions, just action! Dustin Hunter walks out onto the stage with his hoodie covering his face. The crowd is relatively quiet with some booing the newcomer. Anderson: The following contest is scheduled for one fall! Making his way to the ring, from Detroit, Michigan, weighing 230 pounds, The Hollywood Nightmare! Flynn appears on the stage and the crowd gives a modest cheer. After kneeling down and gesturing upwards, he heads toward the ring. Anderson: And his opponent, from Eastport, Maine, weighing in at 200lbs, The Devil's Dancer, Jimmy Flynn! Serra: One is looking to bounce back from a difficult lose while the other is trying to get his first win in WZCW. Any predictions Klamour? Klamour: This match is Jimmy Flynn's to lose. Dustin Hunter will only get better by competing, but against a veteran like Flynn, he shouldn't stand much of a chance. The longer this match goes though, the better chance the youngster will pick up his first victory. The bell rings and both men stand in the middle of the ring waiting for the other to strike first. Flynn goes to grab Hunter, but "The Nightmare" is able to side step him. Flynn looks unamused as Hunter chuckles a bit. Hunter reaches with his arm out to push back the face of Flynn. Flynn grabs the arm and almost takes Hunter to the mat, but he is able to slip his arm free in time. Hunter goes for a Roundhouse Kick, which Flynn ducks. Flynn then grabs Hunter and is able to take him down to the mat. Hunter and Flynn both stand up and Flynn puts Hunter back on the mat with a Headlock Takedown. Flynn keeps Hunter on the mat, but the larger wrestler is able to work himself back to his feet. Hunter pushes Flynn off him and Flynn goes running into ropes. Flynn bounces back and is put down to the mat by a Shoulder Charge from Hunter. Hunter spins around and runs towards the ropes. Flynn rolls over and Hunter jumps over him. Flynn gets back to his feet and leaps over Hunter running back off the ropes. Flynn drops down to his knees and puts Hunter on his shoulders in a Fireman's carry position and flips him onto the mat. Flynn grabs hold of the arm of Hunter and wrenches it, keeping his opponent down on the mat. Serra: Lots of strong technical work from Flynn early on in this contest. Klamour: He is keeping Hunter off balance for now, but has not done a whole lot of damage to his opponent so far. Flynn still has Hunter trapped in a Wrist Lock, but Hunter is slowly able to work himself back up to his feet. Flynn continues to apply pressure on the arm as he is now positioned standing behind him. Hunter reaches back and is able to Snapmare Flynn to the mat. Flynn gets back to his feet, but a side kick to the gut from Hunter doubles him over in the ring. Hunter quickly grabs the head and hits Neckbreaker on Flynn. Hunter rolls on top for the cover, but only gets a 1 count. Hunter traps Flynn in a Sleeperhold on the mat and tries to chock the life out of him. The ref checks on Flynn, but he remains calm as he slowly gets to his knees and slips his head free of Hunter's grip. The two lock hands while they engage in a power struggle when Hunter kicks the leg of Flynn. Flynn drops to his knees and Hunter grabs him by the head and delivers a Spike DDT. The ring makes a loud boom upon impact and Hunter hooks the leg for a pin attempt. 1... 2.. Flynn is able to kick out again. Serra: Hunter plants Flynn had into the mat and nearly gets a 3 count. Klamour: Flynn has a long history of leg problems and that kick to the leg may have done as much damage as the blow to the head. Serra: Can Hunter finish him off and earn a victory here tonight? Hunter walks over the the corner and climbs up onto the top rope. He looks out at the crowd who boo him loudly. Hunter ignores their jeers and wats for Flynn to stand up. Flynn does and Hunter leaps once his opponent turns to face him.Hunter goes for a kick to the chest, but Flynn rolls forward and Hunter misses. Hunter stumbles upon landing, but turns around and throws a punch at the charging Flynn. Jimmy grabs the arm and spins Hunter around into a Swinging Neckbreaker. Hunter gets up in a hurry and is dazed as he stands. Flynn grabs his arm and hits a Double Knee Armbreaker. Hunter holds his arm in pain and stays down rather than getting back to his feet. Flynn uses the time and grabs Hunters arm. He positions his legs on the mat and locks in the Omoplata. Hunter realises hes locked into a submission and tries valiently to first break free. He is unable to escape and starts to reach for the ropes. Unable to get near them, he has no choice but to tap out. Anderson: Here is your winner, Jimmy Flynn! Flynn lets go of his opponent and the ref raises his arm in victory. The crowd gives a modest cheer for his performance and Flynn quietly exits the ring and shakes hands with some of the fans at ringside. Serra: A good solid match to kickoff Aftershock. Both men got some offence in, but Flynn was able to secure the victory here tonight. Klamour: Ive seen this man compete and he has some potential still for a ring veteran, but something appears to be lacking inside him. Hunter is not someone to get a win over and brag about, but its a step back in the right direction for Jimmy Flynn. Klamor: The Sacred Altar, looking on intently. I wonder what they are talking about? Serra: I'm not sure, but whatever it is, it can't be good. ********************************** We transition backstage once more where Alex Bowen & Justin Cooper, two men from the Empire, are talking with each other at a water cooler, not allowing anybody else to use their water cooler. They continue discussing until they see Chuck Myles, General Manager of Aftershock walk past, sporting casual clothing. The two men of the Empire stand in the way of Myles, looking to talk. Myles: What can I do for you gentlemen? Chuck says this with a smile on his face as Cooper/Bowen look at each other before turning back to Myles. Bowen: Shouldn't you be doing your General Manager duties? Myles: Shouldn't you two be preparing for my main event tonight? Regardless, I'm about to go out to the crowd and address them so if you haven't got any matters I need to attend to, it'd be much appreciated if you two could step out of my way. As Myles goes to take a step forward, the two men don't budge. Cooper: As a matter of fact, we do. We'd like to include in whatever speech you are preparing to bore this idiot crowd with that the Empire should be the number one contenders for the tag team titles. Chuck thinks about this for a second as Cooper laughs confidently as Bowen nods in agreement. Myles: Well, if I felt like boring this crowd, I'd be doing just that... Bowen & Cooper don't take too kindly to this comment. Myles: However, I'm not announcing anything concerning the Tag Team championships at this time but should you guys win your tag team contest against the champions, then I'll be definitely considering it. So looks like you two boys have got to work for your opportunities just like anybody else here and impress me. Now, please move. Reluctantly, Bowen & Cooper move out of the way, thinking about what the GM has just told them. Klamor: Even in the presence of the Empire, our GM is still not afraid of anybody. Serra: I wonder what Myles' announcement could be?