"I Still Burn" by Fozzy filled the TD Garden as pyro went off all over the staging area.
Mauro Ranallo: It's time for Fallout!
Nigel McGuinness: And welcome to EBWF! We are in for a night of incredible matchups!
Mauro Ranallo: The Women's Title and World Title will be defended tonight. Becky Lynch will take on Winter in a buried alive match.
Nigel McGuinness: And right now, MJF will challenge King Xavier for the Breakout championship.
Mauro Ranallo: With an unfair advantage! MJF is bringing a special guest referee!
Mauro Ranallo: What's this?
MJF proceeded to the ring with Richard Holliday dressed in referee attire. The crowd was booing him as he scoffed at them. He got into the ring, and looked to the entrance as "New Day New Way" hit and King Xavier came down the ramp way.
Mauro Ranallo: The reigning, defending Breakout Champion taking on the winner of the King Xavier's Breakout Title Tournament.
Nigel McGuinness: MJF is undefeated in singles matches! We'll have to see if he can keep things that way!
Once both men stepped into the ring, Christy Hemme began her announcements.
Christy Hemme: This match is the Breakout Championship match! Please welcome your special guest referee, Richard Holliday.
The crowd booed relentlessly, but Holliday brushed them off.
Christy Hemme: Introducing first, he is the challenger... Maxwell Jacob Friedman, MJF!
The boos continued.
Christy Hemme: And his opponent, he is the EBWF Breakout Champion, King Xavier!
Xavier held up the Breakout Championship before reluctantly handing it over to Richard Holliday. Holliday taunted him before presenting the belt to the crowd. He made a move as if he was going to hand it to MJF. The crowd booed, and he turned to hand it to the timekeeper instead. MJF grinned and tapped the side of his head, as if to say "good thinking". Holliday rang the bell.
Mauro Ranallo: Here we go!
They locked up, and MJF powered Woods into the ropes and pushed him out of the ring. The crowd booed and MJF yelled at them. MJF held up and Woods got back in the ring. MJF pushed him.
Mauro Ranallo: The blatant disrespect here.
Nigel McGuinness: MJF is trying to win a championship, Mauro.
Woods responded with some right hands. He connected with a side kick , and the crowd booed when Holliday was slow with his two count. Woods hooked a side headlock, but MJF took him down with a back suplex. MJF hit a scoop slam before whipping him hard into the corner. MJF connected with another scoop slam and stared at Holliday as he went for the pin. Holliday counted fast, but Xavier still counted at two. MJF yelled at Holliday and then applied a rear chin lock. Woods fought up, breaking the hold. MJF kneed him and hit another scoop slam. MJF forearmed Xavier into the corner and whipped him to the opposite corner. MJF countered a slingshot, but Woods knocked him back. Woods went to leap back into the ring, but MJF hit a knee to the head. MJF attacked the throat and dragged him into the ring for a two count. MJF applied a chin lock, but Woods got out with a jawbreaker. Xavier Woods whipped MJF off the ropes and went for the standing crossbody. MJF moved out of the way and Xavier took out Richard Holliday.
Nigel McGuinness: Oh no!
Mauro Ranallo: This is the best possible outcome for Xavier!
Woods punched and chopped MJF into the ropes. MJF reversed a whip, but Woods slid through the legs and hit a flying forearm. MJF rolled Xavier into the small package.
Nigel McGuinness: No one is here to count!
The men struggled to their feet and the crowd cheered as a referee came from the back and got into the ring. Xavier sidestepped a suplex attempt and turned to hit MJF with Lost in the Woods! The crowd cheered as he went for the pin. Holliday was still out at ringside, and the new referee began the count.
Nigel McGuinness: What?!
Mauro Ranallo: King Xavier has done it! He's handed MJF his first singles loss and retained the Breakout Championship!
Nigel McGuinness: I can't believe this! MJF was robbed.
Mauro Ranallo: Oh, give me a break, Nigel.
The referee raised Xavier's hand in victory as the camera focused on Richard Holliday at ringside with his head in his hands. The scene cut to a promo package for EBWFShop.
Mauro Ranallo: Well Dynasty’s night hasn’t gotten off to the best start… Maxwell Jacob Friedman was unable to win the Breakout Championship, but can Ace Austin and KC Navarro end Rated RKO’s two-year-plus reign as the Tag Team Champions?
“Why you shaking? We’re a Dynasty in the making, we’re the royalty…”
For The Glory by All Good Things hit and the crowd booed as Austin and Navarro stepped out onto the stage. The two high fliers made their way down the ramp, then rolled into the ring and moved to the corner as they awaited the arrival of their opponents. Rated RKO came out to a big pop and once they were in the ring, the referee called for the bell. Orton and KC Navarro started the match and as Orton looked down at Navarro, he could be heard asking “where’s the rest of you?”
Nigel McGuinness: Randy Orton is 6’5”, KC Navarro is 5’5” so there is literally a one foot difference between these two men… but can Navarro use his speed to give him an advantage?
Navarro tried shoving Orton in the chest, but Orton barely moved. Navarro then went for a right hand, but Orton blocked it, before hitting Navarro with a stiff uppercut! Navarro staggered backwards, clutching his jaw, then ran at Orton, but Orton took Navarro down with a big boot, then stomped on him several times. Orton dragged Navarro to his feet and hit a gutwrench elevated neckbreaker, then hooked the leg. The referee counted - 1… 2… Navarro kicked out! Orton pulled Navarro to his feet and hit him with a series of punches, then whipped him against the ropes. As Navarro ran back towards him, Orton went for a powerslam, but Navarro countered it into a headscissors takedown. Both men got to their feet and Navarro hit a dropkick, then tagged in Ace Austin. Austin climbed to the top rope, and as Orton got to his feet, Austin went for a crossbody… but Orton caught him, and countered into a fallaway slam. As Orton got to his feet, Edge called for the tag, and Orton tagged him in. Upon entering the ring, Edge grabbed Austin from behind, hitting an inverted DDT, then hooked the leg. The referee counted - 1… 2… Austin kicked out!
Mauro Ranallo: Rated RKO dominating this match so far… they’re reminding everyone why they’ve held onto the Tag Titles for so long!
As Edge got up, he grabbed Ace Austin by the legs, going for the Edgecator, but Austin kicked him away and got to his feet. The two men locked up, and Edge put Austin in a headlock, but Austin broke free and hit Edge with a knee to the midsection, then followed up with a snap suplex. As Edge sat up, Austin caught him in the face with a low dropkick, then ran against the ropes and hit a running leg drop before hooking the leg. The referee counted - 1… 2… Edge kicked out! Austin dragged Edge towards the corner, then tagged in KC Navarro. As Austin stomped on Edge several times, Navarro climbed to the top rope… then as Austin stepped back, Navarro hit the 450 Splash! Austin ran across the ring and knocked Orton off the ring apron while Navarro hooked the leg. The referee counted - 1… 2… Edge kicked out! Navarro pulled Edge to his feet and hit him with a series of backhand chops, then went to whip Edge against the ropes. Edge reversed the Irish whip, sending Navarro into the ropes… but as Navarro neared the ropes, he grabbed onto the top and middle ropes, spun around and lay between the ropes!
Nigel McGuinness: Navarro showing off here!
Edge applauded Navarro sarcastically, then ran towards Navarro to knock him out of the ring… but Navarro rolled onto the ring mat, tripping Edge up and causing him to land on the second rope! Navarro then climbed onto the ring apron and went to hit Edge with a kick to the face, but before he could Randy Orton grabbed him, pulling him off the apron and throwing him into the ringside barrier. The referee yelled at Orton to get back to his corner, and as Orton did so Edge climbed out of the ring. He pulled Navarro to his feet and lifted him up, before dropping him onto the ringside barrier! Navarro fell to the floor clutching his ribs, and Edge threw him back into the ring, then slid under the bottom rope and tagged in Randy Orton. Upon entering the ring, Orton dragged Navarro towards the ropes, then hit a rope-hung DDT. Orton hooked the leg and the referee counted - 1… 2… Ace Austin interrupted the count! As the referee ordered Austin out of the ring, Orton grabbed KC Navarro… but Navarro hit him with a low blow! The crowd booed, realizing the referee hadn’t seen it.
Mauro Ranallo: Underhanded tactics there by Ace Austin and KC Navarro!
Nigel McGuinness: You weren’t complaining a few minutes ago when Orton got involved even though he wasn’t the legal man!
As Austin climbed back onto the ring apron, Navarro stomped on Orton several times, then sat him up and hit him with a low kick. Navarro followed up with a springboard moonsault, then hooked the leg. The referee counted - 1… 2… Orton kicked out! Navarro dragged Orton towards the corner and tagged in Ace Austin, then as Austin entered the ring the two members of Dynasty began double-teaming Orton. Edge tried to enter the ring to even the odds, but the referee held him off, allowing Austin and Navarro to double-team Orton some more! Shaking his head with disgust, Edge reluctantly climbed back onto the ring apron, and as the referee turned around KC Navarro quickly climbed out of the ring. Austin pulled Orton to his feet and hit a double underhook suplex, then hooked the leg. The referee counted - 1… 2… again Orton kicked out! Austin began arguing with the referee, telling him to count faster, then yelled at Orton to get to his feet as he signaled for The Fold. When Orton was up, Austin went for his finisher… but Orton countered with an inverted headlock backbreaker! As Orton crawled towards the corner, Edge began clapping to spur his partner on and the crowd clapped along with him. Orton made the hot tag, and as Edge entered the ring he hit Austin with a big boot, then ran towards the corner and hit KC Navarro with a forearm smash, knocking him off the ring apron. As Edge turned around, Ace Austin went for a hurricanrana, but Edge countered it into a sit-out powerbomb! He hooked both legs and the referee counted - 1… 2… Austin kicked out! As Edge got to his feet, he glared at Austin then crouched down, waiting for him to stand. When Austin was up, Edge charged towards him, hitting the Spear! He hooked the leg and the referee counted - 1… 2… 3!
Mauro Ranallo: It’s over! The reign of Rated RKO continues!
As the referee called for the bell, KC Navarro entered the ring to try and attack Edge, but Orton stopped him, hitting an RKO! Edge and Orton celebrated, then made their way to the back, leaving Austin and Navarro laid out in the ring.
Christy Hemme: Ladies and gentlemen, it is now time for the Buried Alive match. Now, the rules are simple. There are no pinfalls. There are no submissions. There are no count outs. There are no disqualifications. The only way to win this match is to place your opponent in the grave and literally bury them.
“The Fight Song” hit the PA System and the arena darkened as the crowd booed. A lone blue spotlight shined on the stage. The entrance curtain opened and Winter walked out onto the stage into the blue spotlight, which caused the reaction from the crowd to intensify. Without hesitation, Winter began making her way down the entrance ramp.
Christy Hemme: Introducing first… From London, England… She is the Satanic Diva… WINTER!!!
Mauro Ranallo: This is, perhaps, the most personal match we have here tonight. The last time Winter took on Becky Lynch, it was in the Queen of the Ring tournament. The match could have gone either way, but it ultimately ended with Becky winning the match and the tournament. If that match was any indication, then being buried alive will be a form of mercy.
Nigel McGuinness: We saw a glimpse of what’s to come last Monday night when they brawled to the point that everyone in the locker room had to pull them apart. What everyone didn’t see was that Becky and Winter got into another brawl backstage as they were being led out of the arena, and they had to be pulled apart again. So, batten down the hatches. We’re gonna have a war on our hands.
Winter made it to ringside and climbed up onto the apron. She raised her arms and the lighting returned to the arena. She entered the ring and turned her attention toward the entrance while her theme faded out. The crowd then started to chant “Becky! Becky! Becky!”
The lighting in the arena darkened again. “Celtic Invasion” by CFO$ hit the PA System as the crowd exploded in cheers and the lighting alternated between green and orange. The Cerebral Lassassin better known as Becky Lynch walked out onto the stage, and the crowd reaction intensified. Becky paused on the stage and looked over at the grave and the backhoe that is next to it. Then, she looked down at the ring at her adversary, Winter, before she made her way down the entrance ramp.
Christy Hemme: Her opponent… From Dublin, Ireland… The Cerebral Lassassin, BECKY LYNCH!
Mauro Ranallo: These two women were the closest of friends for the better part of the last two years. Winter always had Becky’s back, at least until her true intentions were known.
Nigel McGuinness: She wanted Becky to become so fed up with her treatment in EBWF that she would leave for Hollywood, so Winter could dominate the Women’s Division. Winter subsequently set Becky on fire. Tonight, one way or another, it all ends between them.
Becky quickly removed her entrance jacket and let it drop to the floor as she approached ringside. Without hesitation, Becky ran to the ring and entered under the bottom rope. After she got to her feet in the ring, Becky charged at Winter and attempted a clothesline, but Winter had the wherewithal to avoid it. After avoiding the clothesline, Winter started dishing out punches to the Cerebral Lassassin as “Celtic Invasion” by CFO$ cut off. Becky was knocked to the center of the ring and Winter continued to throw the punches as the crowd let out loud boos.
Mauro Ranallo: Here we go! The match is under way and Winter is taking the early lead.
Nigel McGuinness: Yeah, but with what we’ve seen from Becky in the past, she knows how to turn the tide of a match with one move and with the smallest of openings.
Becky attempted to land a punch of her own, but Winter ducked and sidestepped. After she ducked and sidestepped, Winter continued to throw punches at her adversary. She got Becky reeling on the ropes, and knocked the Lass Kicker between the ropes and to the outside with Becky landing on her feet. As Winter followed Becky out of the ring, she’s caught by a right hand from the Cerebral Lassassin as the crowd cheered wildly for Becky. Winter was rocked back against the ring apron, but bounced back with another punch causing Becky to rock back against the announce table. However, before Becky had time to recover, she was tackled by the Satanic Diva and they went tumbling over the announce table with Winter on top of Becky.
Mauro Ranallo: These two are picking up right where they left off last week.
Nigel McGuinness: Except for the fact that no one will come out here to stop this.
With Becky on the floor, Winter continued to throw the wild strikes and repeatedly connected with shots to the forehead. The Satanic Diva stopped and taunted as the crowd let out another negative response, as she walked around to the front of the table while Becky started to get to her feet. After getting to her feet, Becky walked around the table, but was met with another punch from Winter. That punch sent Becky back into the barricade. With Becky against the barricade, Winter threw another punch and the Cerebral Lassassin moved away and walked around the other side of the table with Winter following her. As Becky turned around, she saw Winter coming towards her and the Cerebral Lassassin caught the Satanic Diva with a punch, causing Winter to rock back a bit. Becky attempted to re-enter the ring, but was stopped by Winter who punched her again, causing Becky to rock back. As Winter came for her, Becky caught Winter with a side kick to the midsection and it caused Winter to take a tumble as Winter fell to her back. Meanwhile, Becky re-entered the ring as Winter got to her feet.
Mauro Ranallo: These two are really going at it. They want to destroy each other in the worst way.
Nigel McGuinness: No kidding. They were brawling all over our area.
Winter re-entered the ring as Becky regained her vertical base. Becky walked over to the ropes facing the entrance and tried to leave the ring, but she was stopped by Winter, who then threw even more punches at the Cerebral Lassassin. The final punch caused Becky to fall out of the ring once again and she landed in a seated position. Becky didn’t stay in a seated position for long as she got to her feet once again, albeit staggering a little bit as Winter was on the apron and attempted a diving move. However, Winter was caught by the dangerous Cerebral Lassassin and Becky ran Winter spine first into the ringpost, and the sickening smack of flesh against steel could be heard throughout the arena while the crowd let out a collective “OH!” After Becky let go of her, Winter dropped to her knees and then to her stomach as she let out screams of agony. Becky picked Winter up by the hair and hit her with another punch, making Winter fall to the ground again. The Cerebral Lassassin picked up the Satanic Diva and grabbed her by the head. Becky ran over to the steel steps and rammed Winter’s head into it, and Winter fell to the ground.
Mauro Ranallo: What a sickening thud as Winter’s head bounced off of the steel steps.
Nigel McGuinness: I wouldn’t be surprised if either of these women wanted to be buried alive after this.
While Winter got to her feet, Becky grabbed her by the hair and her tights, and the Cerebral Lassassin returned Winter to the ring. Becky took her time while she re-entered the ring, and it proved to be a costly mistake as Winter was given enough time to get to her feet. As Becky re-entered the ring, she was greeted by a punch from Winter and it backed the Cerebral Lassassin into a corner. While Becky was backed into a corner, Winter started throwing punches again. Then when Winter took a split second to showboat, Becky grabbed her and then threw the Satanic Diva into the corner. Now with Winter in the corner, Becky started throwing punches of her own which caused Winter to slump in the corner. As soon as Winter got back to her feet, she was greeted with a headbutt from her former friend and she slumped again. Becky grabbed Winter by the hair and brought her to her feet. With Winter back on her feet again, Becky threw all of her weight into the Irish whip to the opposite corner and Winter’s back slammed hard against the top turnbuckle before she fell to the ground again while the crowd cheered.
Mauro Ranallo: Right now, Becky’s in full control.
Nigel McGuinness: No kidding. Winter’s getting beat from pillar to post.
Winter got to her feet in the corner and Becky grabbed the back of Winter’s head, and she forced Winter back into the corner that Becky irish whipped Winter from. With Winter back into the corner, Becky nailed her with a back elbow to the face, and then Becky brought Winter out of the corner in order to punch her, causing Winter to fall to the mat. Becky brought Winter back to her feet and into the corner. With all of her might, Becky irish whipped Winter once again to the opposite corner and Winter actually flipped over the turnbuckle and landed feet-first on the apron. However, before Winter was able to capitalize, she was met with a big leg lariat from the Cerebral Lassassin and it caused the Satanic Diva to fall to the floor. Before Winter even began to stir, Becky was already out there with her. The Anti-Diva grabbed Winter by the hair and pulled the Satanic Diva to her feet. “Now, I exact revenge,” said the Cerebral Lassassin before she punched Winter again with the Satanic Diva dropping to her knees in front of the announce table.
Mauro Ranallo: Becky and Winter are in front of us again, and Becky just said she’s exacting revenge.
Nigel McGuinness: With what Winter had done to her, I don’t blame Becky one bit.
Becky then brought Winter over to the time keeper’s chair and sat her down on it. With Winter in a seated position, Becky started throwing more punches at her again with some of the punches causing Winter to slide down off of the chair. As Winter got to her feet, Becky punched her again causing her to fall back onto the timekeeper’s table. With Winter in the position that she’s in, Becky continued to throw the heavy lumber. Becky grabbed Winter by the hair again and brought her over to the apron. With Winter’s back against the apron, Becky threw another punch and it caused Winter to fall to the floor. Becky picked Winter up and rolled her into the ring. The Cerebral Lassassin slid back into the ring and she noticed that Winter was now in a seated position. With Winter in a seated position, Becky ran to the ropes and nailed the Satanic Diva with a Big Boot.
Mauro Ranallo: Becky is really showing a ruthless side to her tonight.
Nigel McGuinness: She’s always had it in her and has shown ruthlessness in the past but not on this scale.
Back in the ring, Becky brought Winter back to her feet and into the corner where she again punched Winter repeatedly. After the punches stopped, Winter fell to the mat. The referee got in the way and Becky went right after him. Then, she turned her attention back to Winter, who was standing in the corner. Becky charged at Winter and got caught by a big boot from Winter. Becky made another move toward Winter and got caught with another big boot. She then started throwing punches at Becky and backed the Cerebral Lassassin into a corner. She attempted an irish whip to the opposite corner, but Becky reversed. Winter was instead whipped to the corner with Becky following her and nailing her with a clothesline, and it caused Winter to fall to the mat. Becky walked over to Winter and stomped on her before punching her again. The Cerebral Lassassin brought Winter to her feet and Irish whipped her to the opposite corner with Becky once again running after her and landing a clothesline. Instead of Becky letting Winter slump in the corner, the Cerebral Lassassin instead hoisted the Satanic Diva up to a seated position on the top turnbuckle.
Mauro Ranallo: Uh-oh. Winter’s on the top turnbuckle.
Nigel McGuinness: Nothing good can come from this.
Becky stepped out onto the apron and climbed up onto the second rope. She headbutted the Satanic Diva before placing Winter into a front facelock. Becky climbed up to the top rope and pulled Winter over, and the two crashed on the outside while the crowd let out a collective “OH” before they began chanting “HOLY SHIT! HOLY SHIT! HOLY SHIT!”
Mauro Ranallo: MAMA MIA! A SUPERPLEX TO THE OUTSIDE!
Nigel McGuinness: These two really want to destroy each other!
Becky got up to her feet and grabbed Winter by the hair. With Winter’s hair in her hands, Becky rolled her into the ring before she slid into the ring after her. This allowed Winter to sit up and get to her feet. Becky approached Winter and the Satanic Diva knocked her down with a Big Boot. Becky got back up to her, but before she could recover, Winter pulled her by the hair across the ring until Winter was outside of the ring and Becky was hanging from the apron. With Becky in the prone position that she was in now, Winter hit her in the head with an elbow and then she nailed Becky with a running big boot. Being hit with that running big boot caused Becky to roll around the ring, clutching her head while Winter re-entered the ring. It was Winter’s turn to start throwing some punches to Becky’s head. After stopping, Winter picked Becky up by the hair and punched her in the face, knocking her back down.
Mauro Ranallo: It appears as though Winter is gaining control here.
Nigel McGuinness: For how long, though? Becky’s very cagey. Then again, so is Winter.
Winter ran to the ropes and attempted a leg drop, but Becky rolled out of the way and it caused Winter to land on her ass. Winter got to her feet as Becky got to her knees. As she approached the Cerebral Lassassin, Winter was punched in the midsection and Becky got to her feet. As Becky got to her feet, she got punched in the face by Winter only to punch Winter in return. They went back and forth until the Lass Kicker went down. Winter picked up Becky and grabbed her arm. With Becky’s arm in hand, Winter ran to the corner and attempted a springboard armdrag, which was very uncharacteristic of the Satanic Diva. Before she could achieve liftoff, Winter was pulled from the top rope and she landed hard on the mat while Becky slumped in the corner.
Mauro Ranallo: I think by the end of this match, Winter will need a chiropractor.
Nigel McGuinness: Like I said, Becky’s very cagey. She can turn the tide of a match instantly.
Both Becky and Winter managed to make it to their feet. They came face to face again, and Becky started punching Winter. With Winter reeling once again, Becky bounced off the ropes. With Becky on-coming, Winter jumped up and took Becky down with the Lou Thesz Press, and followed it up with rapid punches before she let up. While Becky began to stir, Winter ran to ropes and attempted a crossbody. However, Becky held the rope down and Winter flew out of the ring and her body smacked against the floor.
Mauro Ranallo: Another sickening thud as Winter smacked against the floor.
Nigel McGuinness: Becky has a huge opening now.
Becky got to her feet and looked outside at her opponent. Amazingly, Winter began to stir and it really shocked Becky. Becky noticed that Winter was up to one knee and ran to the ropes. When Winter got to her feet, she saw Becky coming and when Becky attempted the suicide dive, Winter ducked and Becky’s body smacked against the floor.
Mauro Ranallo: Becky’s body just made a sickening thud in its own right.
Nigel McGuinness: Becky took the gamble and she lost.
Much to Winter’s amazement, Becky was actually stirring a bit and somehow, someway, the Cerebral Lassassin made it to her feet. Becky threw a punch in Winter’s face and Winter punched Becky in the midsection. Winter followed that up with an elbow to the back of the head. Another elbow hit Becky in the back of the head, but out of desperation, the Cerebral Lassassin ran Winter spine-first right into the apron. After shaking the cobwebs loose, Becky punched Winter and rammed her face into the steel post as the referee yelled at her.
Mauro Ranallo: As Jim Ross would say, it’s like a Pier 6 brawl in there!
Nigel McGuinness: Did you expect anything less?
Becky being distracted by the referee was all that Winter needed in order to turn the tide once again as she kicked Becky in the midsection. Winter then rammed Becky’s head into the ring post and then she rammed Becky’s back into the ring post. After ramming Becky’s head into the ring post again, Winter rolled the Cerebral Lassassin into the ring. The Satanic Diva then re-entered the ring while Becky seemed to be out on her knees. Winter started throwing the punches again and as she bounced off the rope, Becky answered back with a kick to the stomach. Becky attempted the Samoan drop, but Winter slid down to her feet behind the Cerebral Lassassin. Winter quickly locked Becky into the Dragon Sleeper.
Mauro Ranallo: There’s the Dragon Sleeper! Remember, she can’t win with a submission.
Nigel McGuinness: No, but she can cause Becky to pass out, carry her over, drop her in the grave, and bury her with little resistance.
Becky tried fighting out of the Dragon Sleeper while the crowd chanted “BECKY! BECKY! BECKY!” As the moments faded, so too did Becky. Slowly but surely, Becky’s body went limp, and the crowd continued chanting. Winter released Becky from the hold near the ropes and Becky dropped to the mat. Winter left the ring and pulled Becky out, and placed Becky onto her shoulder before she began making her way to the grave.
Mauro Ranallo: It might be over now. Becky is out and Winter is bringing her to the grave.
Nigel McGuinness: I think we might have seen the last of Becky.
Winter approached the grave and was about to drop Becky into it, but Becky showed signs of life by elbowing Winter in the face before she dropped to her feet behind Winter. Winter turned to face Becky and Becky hit her with the Straight Fireball out of nowhere. This knocked Winter for a loop and Becky grabbed a nearby shovel. With all of her might, Becky swung and whacked Winter as hard as she could in the side of the head with the shovel. This caused not only the shovel to break but it also caused Winter to fly into the grave. With Winter in the grave, Becky walked over to the backhoe and turned the key in the ignition. With the backhoe started up, Becky used the loader to empty the dirt into the grave. The bell rang, and “Celtic Invasion” by CFO$ hit the PA System. The crowd blew the roof off of the stadium in cheers. The loudest ovation of the night.
Christy Hemme: Here’s your winner… The Cerebral Lassassin, BECKY LYNCH!!!
Mauro Ranallo: It’s over! It’s finally over! Becky has exorcized the demon!
Nigel McGuinness: It could have gone either way, but in the end, Becky exacted revenge on her former friend.
Becky left the backhoe and stood atop the grave. She raised her arms triumphantly while the crowd continued cheering.
After a video package highlighting the feud leading up to this match played, a spotlight found Christy Hemme in the center of the ring.
Christy Hemme: This match is a no-disqualification, 30-minute Iron Woman match for the EBWF Women's Championship! The woman with the most pinfalls at the end of 30 minutes will win.
"The Doctor Will See You Now"
The crowd erupted as Dr. Britt Baker stepped out onto the stage. She grinned on her way to the ring, playing to the crowd before stepping inside and awaiting her opponent. "Papercut" hit the PA and Alexa Bliss came from behind the curtain, holding up the EBWF Women's Championship for the crowd, who gave her a mixed reaction.
Mauro Ranallo: Well, no sign of Liv Morgan so that might be in Britt's favor.
Nigel McGuinness: This is of course a no disqualification match. We'll have to see if Alexa and Liv have made some plans here.
Alexa got in the ring under the bottom rope and gave the title to the referee. They stared each other down to start. The crowd picked up a chant, and soon the whole arena was chanting "This is Wrestling!"
Mauro Ranallo: Listen to this crowd here in Boston tonight!
The women locked up and then fell away from one another in a clean break. Alexa put on a side headlock and followed it with a shoulder tackle, quickly going for a pin that was only good for one. Alexa was moving quickly and executed the crucifix for another one count. Alexa grew frustrated and rolled Britt up in the Oklahoma Roll, pinning her again, but Baker kicked out.
Nigel McGuinness: Alexa trying to get the advantage with a pin in her favor right away.
Mauro Ranallo: She's going to beat herself if she can't get this frustration in check.
Alexa got the front chancery applied and moved back to the side headlock. Alexa went for the shoulder tackle but missed, allowing Britt to follow through with a shoulder tackle. Britt showed off, mimicking Alexa with a crucifix and an Oklahoma Roll for multiple 1 counts.
Mauro Ranallo: These two women are at a stalemate!
Britt got the backslide, and Alexa's shoulders were down! She kicked out again at one. They battled in the backslide, and Alexa turned it into an inside cradle.
Nigel McGuinness: This time for two!
Alexa responded with a dropkick, but Britt laid into her with a series of arm drags. Britt went to work on Alexa’s arm. Britt missed a clothesline and ate the spinning headscissors from Alexa. Alexa was sent onto the apron. Britt got the knucklelock applied. Alexa headed up top and executed a beautiful arm drag. Britt blocked the headscissors and a backstabber. Alexa blocked a belly to belly suplex. The crowd cheered as the women glared at one another seemingly in another stalemate.
Mauro Ranallo: We're only just getting started! Who will earn another pinfall.
Britt helped Alexa to her feet, but Alexa drove her down by the hair for 2. Britt followed through with a Lucha Armdrag and a flying corner clothesline. Then she got the running sliding uppercut to the back of Alexa’s head. She followed up with a sliding clothesline and a dropkick that sent Alexa outside. Britt didn't let up with running dropkicks to Alexa around ringside. They battled back into the ring where Britt tripped Alexa up and hit the running bulldog for 2. Alexa capitalized with a roll-up, and the crowd booed when she got leverage by putting her feet on the ropes!
Mauro Ranallo: Oh, come on!
Nigel McGuinness: You saw it, Mauro! You saw it! The champion is up on the challenger 1-0.
Britt was incensed and both women began brawling with one another. Britt sent Alexa repeatedly off the turnbuckles, but then Alexa sent Britt off the middle rope. Alexa set up Britt in the ropes, but Britt caught the draping double knees. Alexa tried to come back with a big forearm, but Britt pulled her off the ropes. Britt hit the Rainbaker and pinned her.
Mauro Ranallo: That's a bit better! Britt Baker tying it up at one pin fall apiece!
They went to the outside. Alexa caught Britt with some more dropkicks and swung Britt into the steel steps! Alexa sent Britt multiple times into the steps. She rolled Britt back in, and pinned her.
Mauro Ranallo: No good!
Britt was sent back outside and grabbed her knee. Alexa grabbed Britt and sent her right into the barricade. Britt crumpled, and the referee began their count. Alexa had more words for Britt, smack talking her until the referee got to eight. Alexa rolled back into the ring.
Mauro Ranallo: Dr. Britt Baker was unable to return to the ring, and now Alexa Bliss is up in the count 2-1!
Britt was struggling to pull herself to her feet. The ref started another 10 count, but Alexa went outside and brought Britt back in. Bliss went for the pin, and Alexa got 2. Alexa talked down to Britt some more, then caught an underneath kick and hit a backbreaker for 2. Alexa got the Boston crab applied and added insult to injury with a stomp to Britt’s head. Britt crawled. Alexa executed more stomps to the head but Britt was able to make the ropes. Alexa went for it again, but Britt countered it with a shock pin!
Mauro Ranallo: Britt Baker ties it up 2-2.
Nigel McGuinness: We're pretty far into this 30 minutes, and these women are all tied up!
Alexa draped Britt across the ropes, but Britt avoided the double knees in the corner. The two women traded punches, followed by an inverted slingblade for 2. Britt followed through with a series of running corner back elbows. She followed up with a flying back elbow for 2. Britt suplexed Alexa into a Tree of Woe, then hit the running springboard elbow drop for another 2.
Mauro Ranallo: We've got 10 minutes left in this match and what...
Nigel McGuinness: I knew it!
Liv Morgan was making her way down the ramp, and made a beeline for the ringside area. She had just gotten to the bottom of the ramp as the crowd popped.
Nigel McGuinness: No!
Mauro Ranallo: Trish Stratus!
Trish hurried down the ramp until she came up behind Liv. The match continued in the ring, and Trish bounced Liv's face off the ring apron before throwing her into the barricade. Liv looked shocked and struggled to her feet. Trish stalked her back to the backstage area as Britt and Alexa fought their way to the top turnbuckle. Alexa looked slightly distracted but slipped out of the top rope suplex. She crotched Britt and put her in the Tree of Woe, hitting the double knees for a close 2. Alexa put Britt back in the Tree of Woe and mocked her again. Britt got herself free, but Alexa put her back in it. Alexa charged, but Britt moved and Alexa went shoulder-first into the ring post! Alexa fell outside as Britt tried to recover up on top. Britt kicked Alexa off, then hit a through-the-ropes dropkick. Britt sent Alexa’s wrist off the steps multiple times, then they got back in the ring. Britt got another 2 count. Alexa was sent onto the apron, into a stomp by Britt across the ropes to the wrist of Alexa. Britt set up the steel steps, but Alexa landed a forearm. They exchanged shots, then Britt again sent Alexa’s wrist off the steps. Britt then leapt off the steps. She hit a flying clothesline and wiped out Alexa! Britt mounted Alexa, but she kicked Britt off, sending her into the steps. Alexa got back in as the ref continued the 10 count. Alexa worked hard to recover, but Britt caught Alexa midair off the tope suicida, and hit a belly-to belly suplex on the floor.
Nigel McGuinness: Britt Baker just broke Alexa Bliss in half.
It wasn't enough to keep Alexa down for the 10 count, and the two women got back in. Britt only got 2 as the countdown clock showed there were a little less than 5 minutes left. They headed back up top. Alexa knocked Britt off, but Britt responded and headed back up. Alexa again knocked her down, and Britt took the opportunity to turn it around and put on the Lockjaw! The crowd was going wild, but Alexa put her foot on the bottom rope. The referee broke it up as a “This is awesome” chant went up. They headed back up top, with Alexa facing the crowd. Britt went for the Super Reverse Rana, but Alexa landed on her feet!! She grabbed Britt and put her in the Lockjaw. The crowd was stunned, but Britt wouldn't tap. She made it to the bottom rope with one minute left! Alexa stomped at Britt’s hand, but Britt spiked Alexa’s hand into the mat to break the hold! Alexa reached down to put on a submission, but before it was obvious which move she was attempting, Britt countered and put on the Lockjaw.
Mauro Ranallo: 15 seconds left! Can Britt hold on?
Britt wrenched back on it as the crowd cheered. 5..4...3...
Nigel McGuinness: Alexa tapped! Alexa tapped!
Mauro Ranallo: It's over! The Iron Woman match is over! We have a new EBWF Women's Champion.
The referee met Britt in the center of the ring and lifted her hand.
Christy Hemme: Here is your winner... and new... EBWF Women's Champion, Dr. Britt Baker, DMD!
The referee handed over the championship and Britt celebrated in the ring as a video to set up the World Championship match began to play.
After the video package recapping how Bray Wyatt came to be the number one contender for the EBWF World Championship, “Judas” by Fozzy hit and the crowd cheered as Chris Jericho stepped out onto the stage.
Mauro Ranallo: Well this is unexpected!
Jericho made his way down the ramp, then walked around the ramp and joined Mauro Ranallo and Nigel McGuinness at the announcers’ table.
Chris Jericho: Hey Mauro, hey Nigel, how are you both?
Mauro Ranallo: Good, thanks. To what do we owe this pleasure?
Chris Jericho: Well can you believe they used my song as the theme for Fallout, and didn’t book me? I couldn’t. So I said to Wes I wanted to be involved, and he let me be a guest commentator for the main event.
Nigel McGuinness: You’re still keeping an eye on the World Title picture, even though you’re out of that picture after losing to Miz at Last Survivor?
Chris Jericho: Ouch! Correction, Nigel. I’m not entitled to a rematch against Miz, but that doesn’t mean I’m out of the title picture forever. When Miz’s reign ends, I’m right back in it, and that might be tonight, so I want to be as close to the action as possible.
“We're really glad that you're our friend, and this is a friendship that will never ever end!”
The Firefly Funhouse theme played and the crowd gave a mixed reaction as Funhouse Bray Wyatt stepped out onto the stage, wearing his maroon sweater and black jeans. He looked around at the crowd, smiled and waved enthusiastically, then headed to the ring.
Mauro Ranallo: Well I think we were all expecting The Fiend, or The Eater of Worlds… I’m not sure we’ve ever seen this version of Bray Wyatt compete in the ring!
Chris Jericho: This might all be part of Wyatt’s mind games, Mauro… regardless of what alter ego Bray Wyatt uses, he’s one of the toughest superstars on the EBWF roster. He showed that in the Elimination Chamber, and Miz would be wise not to underestimate him.
When Wyatt was in the ring, “I Came To Play” by Downstait hit and the crowd booed as The Miz made his way to the ring, accompanied by Paul Heyman. As Miz and Heyman reached the ring, Heyman averted Wyatt’s gaze.
Nigel McGuinness: Jericho, you’ve known Paul Heyman a long time… do you believe he’s truly as loyal to Miz as he claims to be?
Chris Jericho: Absolutely not, Nigel. Paul Heyman is a snake! In fact, a leech would probably be a more accurate description. He’s associating himself with Miz right now because Miz is the World Champion, and so being Miz’s “advocate” gives Heyman the prominence he craves. But if Wyatt walks out of here tonight as the new EBWF World Champion, I’m betting Paul Heyman will claim that was his plan all along. You can’t trust Paul Heyman, and Miz knows that, because you can’t trust him either!
When Miz was in the ring, Christy Hemme introduced both superstars, then exited the ring. The referee held up the World Title, then called for the bell. Wyatt smiled at Miz, then offered his hand. Miz scowled at Wyatt and kicked his hand away, then hit him with a series of punches. Miz then went to whip Wyatt against the ropes, but Wyatt reversed the Irish whip, sending Miz into the ropes before taking him down with a clothesline. Laughing, Wyatt pulled Miz to his feet and whipped him into the corner, then hit him with a bodypress. As Miz staggered out of the corner, Wyatt threw him down to the mat and punched him against the ring mat several times. Miz shoved Wyatt away, then rolled out of the ring.
Mauro Ranallo: Well it looks like you were right, Chris… Wyatt is taking the fight to Miz here, and he looks every bit as dangerous as the man that has terrorized Rated RKO this past year or so.
Wyatt followed Miz out of the ring and hit him with a series of right hands, then threw him into the ring steps. Miz looked dazed as he got to his feet, and Wyatt slammed his head off the ring post before throwing him back into the ring. As Wyatt re-entered the ring, Miz got to his knees, as if begging Wyatt for mercy… but as Wyatt got closer to him, Miz caught Wyatt off guard with a shot to the midsection, then hit him in the knees, knocking him down to the mat. Miz stomped on Wyatt several times, then climbed to the top rope… and when Wyatt was up, Miz hit him with a double axe handle. He hooked the leg and the referee counted - 1… Wyatt kicked out! As Wyatt tried to get up, Miz hit him with a snap DDT, then hooked the leg once more. The referee counted - 1… again Wyatt kicked out! Miz shook his head in disbelief.
Nigel McGuinness: Miz can’t believe it, he didn’t even get a two count!
Chris Jericho: I wonder if he’s starting to regret being so dismissive of Wyatt…
Miz punched Wyatt against the mat several times, then as Wyatt tried to get up, Miz hit him with a series of kicks to the chest. Miz then went for a sleeper hold, but Wyatt fought out of it, and as both men got to their feet Wyatt whipped Miz against the ropes before hitting a clothesline. As Miz got to his feet, Wyatt whipped him against the ropes once more, this time hitting a running crossbody! Wyatt followed up with the uranage, then hooked the leg. The referee counted - 1… 2… Miz kicked out just before the 3!
Mauro Ranallo: So close to a 3 count there!
The camera cut to Paul Heyman at ringside, whose face was expressionless. Wyatt looked at Heyman, smiled and waved, then walked towards the corner. Wyatt leaned back, and began spider crawling across the ring! As he reached Miz, he set him up for the Sister Abigail, but Miz blocked it and whipped Wyatt into the corner, then hit him with the Awesome Clothesline. As Wyatt staggered out of the corner, Miz hit him with the Skull Crushing Finale!
Nigel McGuinness: Skull Crushing Finale! This could be it!
Miz was about to go for the cover… but before he could, the lights in the arena went out! After a minute or so, a red glow filled the ring, and standing across from the ring from Miz was…
Mauro Ranallo: THE FIEND IS HERE!
Chris Jericho: Miz is in trouble now!
The Fiend’s eerie laugh could be heard echoing through the arena. Miz shook his head, then hit The Fiend with a flurry of lefts and rights, but The Fiend remained standing, taking every punch and seeming to enjoy it. Looking frustrated, Miz ran back against the ropes, then charged towards The Fiend and went for a clothesline… but The Fiend ducked out of the way, then grabbed Miz from behind and hit a half nelson slam. As Miz got back to his feet, Wyatt put him in the Mandible Claw! Miz tried to get to the ropes, but they were out of reach. He then tried to fight out of it, but was unable to do so. As Miz faded, Wyatt covered him and the referee made the count. 1… 2… 3! The referee called for the bell.
Christy Hemme: Your winner… and NEW EBWF World Champion… The Fiend, Bray Wyatt!
As the referee handed the World Title to The Fiend, “Let Me In” began to play. The camera cut once again to Paul Heyman, who looked stunned. The camera cut back to The Fiend, who looked over at Paul Heyman. Heyman suddenly looked afraid, and he quickly scarpered.
Nigel McGuinness: I can’t believe this… The Fiend is the EBWF World Champion! What does this mean for the future of EBWF?
Laughing, The Fiend placed his foot on Miz’s chest and held up the World Title, celebrating his victory as Fallout went off the air.