Warfare Results 05/11/2020

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Warfare Results 05/11/2020

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Mauro Ranallo: Good evening and welcome to Warfare! Tonight, we are live from Denver, Colorado!

Nigel McGuinness: Kicking things off tonight, for the first time ever, Tomohiro Ishii is here in EBWF! The Stone Pitbull goes one on one with Pac!

Tomohiro Ishii made his way to the ring first, and he was warmly received by the crowd as he made his way down the ramp. When Ishii was in the ring, "Gravity Lost" hit and the crowd booed as Pac stepped out onto the stage. Pac looked around at the crowd with disdain, then headed down the ramp and entered the ring. The referee called for the bell and the Ishii locked up with Pac. Ishii locked Pac in a headlock, then punched him in the head several times. Pac before free and hit Ishii with a series of punches, then went to whip him against the ropes, but Ishii reversed it, whipping Pac into the ropes. As Pac ran back towards him, Ishii hit a lariat, then as Pac got back to his feet, Ishii hit him with a powerbomb. He hooked both legs and the referee counted – 1... 2... Pac kicked out!

Mauro Ranallo: An impressive start by Ishii!

Nigel McGuinness: This is a man who's been competing in Japan for over 20 years, Mauro... a five time NEVER Openweight Champion. I wouldn't expect anything less!

Ishii pulled Pac to his feet and hit him with a series of punches, then followed up with a headbutt. Pac staggered backwards, and Ishii grabbed him, setting him up for a brainbuster, but Pac blocked it and countered with a snap suplex. As Pac got to his feet, he stomped on Ishii several times, trying to keep him grounded, then hit a standing shooting star press! He hooked the leg and the referee counted – 1... 2... Ishii kicked out! Pac turned Ishii over and went for the Brutalizer, but before he could lock it in, Ishii fought out of it and got to his feet. Pac quickly got to his feet and went for a Superkick, but Ishii ducked out of the way, then hit an enzuigiri. Pac looked dazed, and Ishii got behind him, hitting a release German suplex!

Mauro Ranallo: Mamma Mia! Did you see the way Pac landed on his neck, Nigel? He might be seriously hurt!

The referee checked on Pac, who nodded to confirm he was okay and got to his feet. Pac charged towards Ishii and hit him with a flurry of punches and kicks, but Ishii fought back with some right hands of his own, then hit Pac with another headbutt. As Pac stumbled backwards, Ishii grabbed him and lifted him up, hitting a Vertical Drop Brainbuster! He hooked the leg and the referee counted – 1... 2... 3!

Nigel McGuinness: It's over! Tomohiro Ishii gets the victory!

Mauro Ranallo: Ishii has put the entire EBWF locker room on notice, Nigel!

Ishii made his way to the back as Warfare went to commercial.


When Warfare returned from commercial, "Lo Horseman" hit and Tessa Blanchard made her way to the ring for the next match.

Mauro Ranallo: Welcome back! Up next, we've got a tag match as Tessa Blanchard and Ronda Rousey team up to take on Becky Lynch and Winter!

When Blanchard was in the ring, "Bad Reputation" hit and Ronda Rousey came out to a mixed reaction from the crowd. Rousey joined Blanchard in the ring, then "Celtic Invasion" hit and the crowd cheered as Becky Lynch and Winter stepped out onto the stage. Lynch and Winter walked down the ramp side by side, and as they reached the ring Winter climbed onto the ring apron, signifying that Becky was going to start the match. Lynch looked over at her opponents confidently, and challenged them both to bring it. Rousey told Blanchard to get on the apron, and locked eyes with Lynch as the referee called for the bell. Rousey charged towards Lynch and hit her with a series of punches, but Lynch fought back with some right hands of her own, then whipped her against the ropes. As Rousey ran back towards her, Lynch hit a dropkick, then as both women got to their feet, Lynch hit a fisherman's neckbreaker. She hooked the leg and the referee counted – 1... 2... Rousey kicked out!

Nigel McGuinness: Lynch wasting no time here... she almost had Ronda Rousey pinned in less than a minute!

Lynch pulled Rousey to her feet and hit her with some more right hands, then set her up for a hammerlock inverted DDT. Rousey blocked it and broke free, then took Lynch down with an O-Goshi. Rousey punched Lynch against the mat several times, then pulled her to her feet and dragged her to the corner, slamming her head off the turnbuckle. As Blanchard held Lynch in place, Rousey hit her with a series of kicks, then tagged in Tessa Blanchard. As Rousey moved onto the ring apron, she grabbed Becky Lynch from behind, trapping her in the corner as Blanchard hit Lynch with several punches.

Mauro Ranallo: Good teamwork by Blanchard and Rousey... Becky Lynch could be in trouble!

Blanchard dragged Lynch out of the corner then hit a double arm suplex, before hooking the leg. The referee counted – 1... 2... Lynch kicked out! Blanchard pulled Lynch to her feet, and whipped her against the ropes, then went for a running knee strike... but Lynch ducked out of the way and grabbed Blanchard from behind, hitting a Russian legsweep. Both women got to their feet, and Blanchard went for a clothesline, but Lynch blocked it and grabbed Blanchard by the arm, dragging her down to the mat and locking in the Dis-arm-her! Blanchard cried out in pain, and Rousey entered the ring to try and break the hold, but Winter intercepted her, hitting Rousey with a spear! Blanchard tapped out and the referee called for the bell.

Nigel McGuinness: It's over! Becky Lynch gets the victory!

Mauro Ranallo: What a performance by Lynch, Nigel... Winter barely needed to get involved!

Winter and Lynch celebrated together, then made their way to the back.



'I Came to Play' hit and the EBWF Universe began booing The Miz mercilessly. Miz didn't seem to be effected by the crowd noise as he peered toward the ring before proceeding down the ramp.

Mauro Ranallo: This is your main event ladies and gentlemen. There has been a lot going on with The Miz the last couple of weeks.

Nigel McGuinness: He's become a bit unhinged, Mauro. He attacked Edge, and his wife has begged him to apologize to his former friends.

Mauro Ranllo: Well, Nigel, it seems like the time for apologies is over. Edge hasn't seemed interested.

"Go Back to Sleep!"

The crowd cheered as A Perfect Circle brought out Randy Orton. He proceeded slowly to the ring. Keeping Miz in his sites even as he was going through the ropes. Before the bell could even ring, Miz jumped on Randy and began to lay into him with punches. The crowd booed as the referee rang the bell.

Mauro Ranallo: Pretty underhanded tactics from The Miz.

Randy managed to kick Miz in the gut, and brought down a clubbing blow across his back. He whipped Miz into the corner. Randy tried for a clothesline in the corner, but Miz reversed it. Miz hit a clothesline to Orton, which sent him to the outside. Miz tried for a baseeball slide. Orton reversed and hit a clothesline of his own, sending Miz to the floor.

Nigel McGuinness: This feels very personal.

Randy helped Miz to his feet and whipped him into the steel stairs. The crowd cheered when Randy helped him up again and launched him into the second set of steel stairs on the other side of the ring.

Mauro Ranallo: I wish I could tell you that Miz doesn't deserve that, Nigel.

Randy got Miz back in the ring under the bottom rope, and pinned him.



Nigel McGuinness: And somehow, a kickout from Miz.

Randy was incenssed, and began to stomp on all of Miz’ body parts and then hit a stomp to the head for yet another two count. Orton locked in a headlock and Miz tried to rally, eventually getting out. Orton however took control once again, throwing The Miz to the outside. Orton tried to hit a DDT on the barricade but Miz got out and rammed Orton into the ring post. Miz and Orton were back in the ring and Miz began to hit his comeback sequence. Miz went top rope and hit a double axe handle. Miz tried for the Skull Crushing Finale but it was reversed by Orton, who looked rattled. Miz hit Orton with a DDT, and when Randy tried to get up, Miz kicked him in the leg and gave him a thumb to the eye. The referee tried to separate them, as Randy held one side of his face. The referee turned his back to call for a medical to team to check Randy's eye, but Miz hit his knees and delivered a low blow to Randy.

Mauro Ranllo: Are you kidding me? The ref didn't see it!

Miz rolled Randy up in the schoolboy, and the referee, noticing the action had gone on without him, turned and gave the count.




Mauro Ranallo: Are you kidding me?

Nigel McGuinness: The Miz just stole one from Randy Orton. What is wrong with the Miz?

The Miz didn't celebrate. He pushed the referee away, and started stomping on Orton, then he went for Randy's head.

Mauro Ranallo: Randy can't even defend himself. Where is Miz going?

Miz rolled out of the ring and went over to the timekeeper's area. Miz grabbed a steel chair.

Nigel McGuinness: Not this again.

The referee tried to call Miz off, but he wasn't interested in listening.

Referee: No, no! Miz... Miz!

He slid in under the bottom rope and lifted the chair above his head, bringing it down on Randy's back. Once. Twice. Three times. He lowered the chair though when the crowd popped and Mickie James was seen coming down the rampway. Miz rolled his eyes, and lifted the chair again. Mickie rushed the ring, and grabbed the chair, yanking it from his hands. Miz looked stunned.

The Miz: Give me that!

Mickie James: No! What's wrong with you.

He went to grab the chair, but she yanked it from his grasp.

The Miz: I said give that to me!

Mickie gave him a steely look, and then in one swift motion she lifted the chair and brought it down on Randy's back. The crowd booed.

Mauro Ranallo: What the hell?

Nigel McGuinness: Unbelievable.

Miz looked confused for a moment as Mickie threw down the chair. His mouth spread into a huge smile, and they embraced in the middle of the ring, before engaging in a less than appropriate kiss. The crowd booed relentlessly, but they left their seats when the curtain opened and Trish Stratus and Edge were charging the ring. They slid under the buttom rope in near unison, and the Mizanin's broke their embrace, and moved to bail out of the ring. Miz made it under the bottom rope, but Mickie didn't make it. Trish caught her by the ankle, and Trish was able to drag her back into the ring. She pounced on her and began laying in punches. Miz had retreated to the aisle, but stood there with his hands on his head, yelling Mickie's name.

Trish Stratus: You bitch! You absolute bitch!

Trish was getting emotional, and Edge finally grabbed her off off Mickie who was disoriented, but rolled to the outside into the waiting arms of Miz who helped drag her off. Edge and Trish helped Randy to his feet. Edge propped Randy up, but he was coming around. Miz was seething, as Mickie held her face. Edge held up two fingers and gestured toward Miz and Mickie. Then he held up three fingers and gestured toward the three of them in the ring.

Mauro Ranallo: Edge is reminding Miz it's two on three. Is this really a road he wants to continue down.

Nigel McGuinness: And now he's made it personal with Orton.

Mauro Ranallo: How will this unfold as we head into King of the Ring season? What a night, Nigel. We'll see you next week.

Edge and Trish continued to yell at Miz and Mickie as Warfare went off the air.

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