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PostSubject: Austin Cross vs. Mike Quackenbush vs. Test vs. Michael Cole   Austin Cross vs. Mike Quackenbush vs. Test vs. Michael Cole EmptyFri Aug 26, 2011 10:15 am

The following contest is a battle royal for the Television Championship! Making his way to the ring... from St. Louis, Missouri, weighing in at one hundred and sixty pounds... he is one half of the Tag Team Champions... Austin... Cross!

Austin Cross walked down the ramp, high fiving the outstretched hands of the audience. The crowd erupted in cheers upon seeing their favorite wrestler. Once he passed the ramp, he slid into the ring. He climbed up the turnbuckle and raised his title, then backflipped off. He paced the ring, awaiting Mike's entrance.

And his opponent... from West Lawn, Pennyslvania, weighing in at one hundred and ninety-one pounds... Mike... Quackeeeeennnnnnbuuuuuuuush!

Mike Quackenbush emerged from backstage, raising his arms and clapping. He high-fived the crowd, then ran up to the ring apron and climbed the turnbuckle. He raised his arm, then climbed into the ring and went up to the opposite turnbuckle, performing the same taunt. He stood in his corner, waiting for his opponent to enter.

And his opponent... from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, weighing in at three hundred and three pounds... Test!

Test walked down the ramp, not removing his gaze from his opponents. He walked up the steel steps and entered the ring, climbing up to the top rope. He raised his arms, then stared at the crowd for a moment and jumped off.

And his opponent... from Syracuse, New York, weighing in at two hundred and sixteen pounds... Michael... Cole!

Michael Cole walked down the ramp, glancing at the heavily booing crowd occasionally. He walked up the steel steps, then entered the ring.

The ref called for the bell.
Ding ding ding!

Everyone appeared to have picked an opponent; Austin and Mike attacking eachother and Test raining down punches on Cole. Test quickly took the upper hand over Cole and hit him with a gutwrench powerbomb, dropping him onto the turnbuckle. While Cole was down, Test grabbed Mike into a bearhug. Austin saw the chance and quickly climbed up the top rope, hitting Mike with a missle dropkick while Test held him in a bearhug. Test leg go, and Austin hit a Pele Kick out of nowhere. Austin turned around, and Cole began raining down on him with punches and elbows.
Austin quickly defended himself, kicking Cole in the gut. He hit a snap suplex, then hit Mike, who was just beginning to stand up, with a wheel kick.
As Austin and Mike battled it out, Test climbed up to the top rope. He dove off, hitting Cole with an elbow drop. He quickly rolled over and hooked his leg for the pin.

1... 2... 3!

Cole was eliminated with ease. The referee ushered him out of the ring. As Cole grudgingly returned up the ramp, Test and Austin teamed up again and hit Quackenbush with a double suplex. Austin turned to Test and hit him with a roundhouse kick. While Test was down, Austin lifted Mike up. Mike quickly began raining down with double axe handles to Austin's gut. Austin bent over, and Mike hooked his arms and hit a Tiger Driver. As Mike turned around to go for Test, Austin saw his chance and quickly rolled Quackenbush up in a schoolboy.

1... 2... 3!

Infuriated, Mike pulled his hair. He exited the ring, but unlike Cole, stayed at ringside, glaring at Austin.
Now both men were up. Test rained down with powerful hooks, then went behind Austin and hit a picture-perfect full nelson slam. He went for a pin.

1... 2... kickout!

A frustrated Test pulled Austin up to his feet, but Austin began hitting Test with low roundhouse kicks and multiple other kick variations, finishing off with a superkick. He climbed up the turnbuckle and went for a moonsault, hitting it perfectly and finishing with a pin.

1... 2.. kickout!

Austin stood up, picking Test up with him. Austin went for another kick, but Test irish whipped him into the ropes then hit his finishing big boot, then going for the pin.

1... 2... kickout!

Austin barely got out before three. Test, convinced it was a three-count began to argue with the ref. While the referee wasn't looking, Mike quickly saw his chance. He climbed up to the ring apron and hit Austin with a reverse hotshot, then grabbed him and hit a slightly modified Quackendriver III. Test turned around to find Austin still on the ground, and decided to take another shot for a pin.

1... 2... 3!

Here's your winner, and the new Television Champion... Test!

Test wasted no time, grabbing the title out of the referee's hands. He grinned, raising it up in the air as he climbed the turnbuckle again. As Test celebrated, the referee came to Austin's aid to make sure he was okay.

If it can be done off the top rope, it will be...
And if it's some crazy shit that Austin Cross isn't currently doing, I'll do it!

'Cause that's how I roll! Cool
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