The camera starts out black but as the seconds tick by we see still shots of Titus holding up the then called Elite X Championship above his head with Carmen Bratchny at his feet. That morphs into a still from Kingdom Come II showing Titus pinning Everest to become World Heavyweight Champion for the first time which quickly becomes a still of All or Nothing IV with Barbosa at his feet and the World Championship over his head for a second time. As the camera fades back to black we hear the voice of Veteran interviewer Leon Kensworth. Leon: A man who is no stranger to Championship gold Titus Avison has lost 2 Eurasian Championship matches in the past. This time the still we see shows Titus on the mat with Big Dave and Chris K.O. standing over him each holding the Eurasian Championship. The camera comes into focus and we see Leon sitting in a comfortable looking armchair and smiling. Leon: Welcome Ladies & Gentlemen to a WZCW.com exclusive look at the amazing and historic Eurasian Championship reign of the man, the myth, the legend, the Hall of Famer Titus Avison. With two Eurasian Championship loses behind him some were saying that the Eurasian Championship may be the one that slips through his fingers and for a long time it looked like they may be right. It wasn't until November 23rd, 2015 with a complete change in attitude that Titus finally won the championship that eluded him for his entire career, and he did it at the biggest event off the year. Leon: Little did we know that with this win the change in attitude would breath a second wind into a career some thought over. Many thought his reign would be short and the first one to challenge the new Champion would be the robotic S.H .I.T. at Apocalypse VI The camera cuts to the Eurasian Championship match from Apocalypse VI Leon: With his first successful title defense behind him Titus looked to the future and his next challanger. Little did he know his next challenger would be one of his toughest in the fitness guru Flex Mussél. The camera goes blurry and when it comes into focus we see Titus Avison vs Flex Mussél from Gold Rush II in a bloody Mayhem Rules match. Leon: With no clear cut winner at Gold Rush it was decided that Flex would get another shot at the Eurasian Championship in the Main Event of Ascension 106. The camera goes back to Leon who simply shakes his head in disbelief at what we all just saw. He looks back up as the camers pans out and we see Flex Mussél sitting next to Leon in a suit. Leon: At this time I would like to introduce Flex Mussél to talk about his bouts for the Eurasian Championship. Flex take it away. Flex: I was a different man back then, it was idiotic of me to go into our first encounter injured but despite all that I gave it my all and Titus and I clashed to a no contest. But a no contest is still not becoming champion. So my second try led to us inside a steel cage. It was brutal, it was unforgiving, and I almost beat him too. Unfortunately, back then I cared about pleasing the WZCW universe. I could have escaped the cage but instead wanted to show up the movie star. I leaped off the cage attempting to beat him with his own move, I missed, he won, and it's something I've always regretted. Nonetheless, he was the better man that night. Once Flex is finished talking he gets up and leaves. Leon: With Flex vanquished it was time for Vee AD.Z. to cash in on the title shot he won at Gold Rush. This time in a Pure Rules+ match at Unscripted VIII where the + is an empty arena. Leon: After Vee A.D.Z Becky Serra and Vance Bateman wanted to test the Champion by making him fight three challengers at the same time. Those challengers would turn out to be new comer Tony Mancini, former World Champion Theron Daggershield and returning Xander LeBelle formerly known as Lé Gentleman Masque. Leon: After beating his three opponents at the Lethal Lottery Titus had been Eurasian Champion almost a full calander year and people were starting to wonder who he would face at Kingdom Come. Before we could find that out Titus had a surprise for everyone at Meltdown 136.