* PYRO * * PYRO * * PYRO * * PYRO * * PYRO * The pyro comes to an end as the camera pans across the arena at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. The fans are going wild as the road to Gold Rush continues and many of them are signs for their favourite superstars. Our broadcast team of Sebastian Copeland and Jack Cohen are standing by and we cut to a shot of them. Copeland: Welcome to WZCW Meltdown! We are so glad to have you with us for another night of action and what a line-up we have for you fans tonight. Before we get into that allow me to introduce my broadcast partner, Jack Cohen. How are you tonight, Jack? Cohen: I’m ready for some wrestling, Seabass! You mentioned this show having a great line-up, how about the main event? WZCW World Champion Justin Cooper is in action against The Beard. That’s a pay-per-view level match if I’ve ever seen one but we’re getting it tonight. Copeland: We also have a title match when Tyrone Blades defends the WZCW Mayhem Championship against Vis Imperium member, Andrew Adonis. Of course, Adonis is a manager so many have questioned why he is getting the title shot over an active competitor. Cohen: Losers! That’s who are questioning the brilliant mind of Mr. Banks. We know he personally put this match tonight and I think it’s fresh and innovative to say the least. Don’t get stuck in the mud like some of these viewers, Seabass. Embrace the new! Copeland: We’re kicking off Meltdown with some action tonight as Titus Avison, the Eurasian Champion, returns to Meltdown for the first time since retaining his title a few weeks ago! Cohen: The homecoming of a legend! Harrys: Ladies and Gentlemen, the following match is scheduled for one fall. [YouTube]ftm1hiXgYsA&time_continue=1[/YouTube] Harrys: Introducing first from Rochester, Minnesota, weighing 190 pounds, Will McKay! As soon as the music hits, a clock starts ticking on the titantron. Will comes out after the clock ticks for about 5 seconds​. He walks down firmly staring at the ring. He gets into the ring and runs between the ropes a couple of times. Copeland: It would be the biggest win of Will McKay's career in WZCW if he somehow defeats EurAsian Champion Titus in this non-title match. Cohen: I agree but defeating a WZCW Legend like Titus in his second match itself can be attained only in his dreams. He might suffer a fate similar to his debut match where he was beaten very badly by Flex Mussel. I bet that he is nowhere near 100%. Copeland: I have the same doubts about his well-being. Still, as stated by Will himself in an interview with Leon Kensworth, this moment is surreal for him and he wants to make the most out of this golden opportunity. Cohen: Can't blame him. Facing a legend like Titus is surreal for everyone regardless of their opinions about Titus. [YouTube]MJVmMA2Bk2A[/YouTube] Harrys: And his opponent, from Keystone City, Kansas, weighing 225 pounds, He's the EurAsian Champion, Titus Avison! Titus comes out to the stage. He looks around and laughs at the crowd who boo him. He lifts his EurAsian Championship up and walks down the ramp slowly, much to the crowd's annoyance. He notices few "Not My Champion" banners and smirks while the boos get louder and louder. He shouts at the people with those banners. Titus: YOU STILL PAY TO WATCH ME! He climbs into the ring and does his point in cocky manner. Cohen: You have heard legends about this man! Now watch him. Copeland: Who's coming off a big loss from last week, I must add. Will McKay can take advantage of Titus' losing momentum in his favour and enter the title picture with a career defining win over Titus. Cohen: He lost due to cheating, dammit. For a legend like Titus, defeating Will shall be a very easy task. Stop talking pessimistic things about the longest reigning EurAsian Champion! Referee Elizabeth Prince signals for the bell after checking both wrestlers thoroughly. DING! DING! DING! Will McKay immediately offers a handshake to Titus but the latter just kicks it away leading to McKay getting angry as well as upset. McKay charges at Titus aiming for a clothesline but Titus easily reverses into a Northern Lights Suplex. McKay clutches his back in pain after getting caught off guard. Titus doesn't even try to pin and mocks McKay as well as the crowd earning bunch of boos. Just when McKay is getting up, Titus nails him with a vicious European Uppercut sending him out of the ring. McKay gets up after a while but Titus hits him with a flying clothesline off the top rope to the outside. Titus mocks the crowd even more while McKay tries to recover from Titus' attack. Cohen: See! I already told you. Titus is one of the best WZCW wrestlers and defeating a newbie like McKay would be a walk in the park for him. Copeland: Titus took advantage of McKay's inexperience and is dominating the match now. But Titus should be careful about boasting too much. Carelessness can cost him a humiliating loss here. Cohen: That's not boasting. That's self-respecting. Humiliating loss? Well yeah, but McKay will be the one suffering a humiliating loss. Titus pulls McKay up grabbing his hair and sends him back inside the ring. He enters the ring but only after smirking at the crowd. Titus, upon entering the ring, is immediately hit by a Lou Thesz Press from McKay followed by punches to the face. As soon as Titus gets up, McKay hits him with a running dropkick. However, he doesn't try for a pin yet. Titus recovers from McKay's counter attack but McKay nails him with a Running Knee, which is one of his signature moves. McKay immediately covers Titus for the pin. 1... 2... Kickout.. Copeland: That was pretty close. McKay could've inserted himself straight to the title picture with this unexpected victory. Cohen: No way. Titus is just letting the kid be happy for a while but he'll soon defeat him. Copeland: Nonetheless, McKay has rebounded pretty well from the initial beat down. As Titus gets up taking support from the corner turnbuckle, McKay hits him with his another signature move, Enzuigiri, sending him face first into the canvas. McKay quickly tries to pin him but Titus acts smart and rolls out of the ring, much to McKay's chagrin. McKay doesn't let the frustration distract him and exits the ring. As soon as McKay comes in his Titus' range, the latter nails him with a nasty spinning heel kick, knocking the wind outta him. He brags about it to the crowd for a while and then sends McKay back in the ring and doesn’t waste any time in entering the ring. As McKay recovers from that hard kick, Titus grabs his hair again and pulls him up from back to execute a reverse DDT on him. The back of his head hit hard on the canvas and Titus still doesn't cover him for the pin. Cohen: That's the end of McKay's run today. I don't get why he isn't pinning him. Copeland: I wonder about the same as well. The crowd starts chanting "Not My Champion" while Titus measures him for his finisher Tit Drop. The Leg Drop Bulldog connects once McKay gets on his knees. Titus covers him for the pin. 1... 2... 3...NOOOO!!!! Titus raises McKay's hand himself for the kickout and smirks to the crowd who are confused but still boo him continuously. Copeland: What in the blue sky is Titus doing? It was all over but only if he didn't make McKay kick out on his own. Cohen: I don't get it either. Titus immediately climbs the nearest top turnbuckle and executes his another finisher, The Red Comet. The Shooting Star Corkscrew Elbow Drop is nailed on McKay's lifeless body with utter perfection. Titus covers him for the pin. 1 2 3!!!!! Titus collects his EurAsian Championship while McKay is checked upon by the referee. Harrys: Here's your winner, EurAsian Champion, Titus Avison Copeland: That was another harsh loss for McKay while Titus regains some momentum after getting pinned last week. Cohen: Stop talking about the past when such a bright present is front of us. I did tell you that it would be an easy victory for Titus. He's just in a league above almost everyone. He's a genius as the end of the match proved. Copeland: Right now, I'm more worried about McKay's well being. Cohen: Can't blame Titus for it. It was McKay's fault. Also, stay tuned as Titus is still in the ring.