October 22, 2006
â€“ Larry Goodman
There were no new episodes of Deep South Wrestling television for the last two weeks. The 11/26 show was a rerun of the previous
week. There was no show on 12/3 due to college football. DSW television returns to a full hour on CSS starting 12/10 at 11pm. For those
in need of their weekly DSW fix, below is a previously unposted recap of the October 22 episode featuring Untouchables vs. Majors
Brothers for the DSW tag titles and the debut of Krissy Vaine as the new GM.
CSS episode 26 opened with the chicanery from last weekâ€™s Divas match between Angel Williams and Tracy Taylor. Scrappy
McGowan caught Williams with a handful of Tracyâ€™s shorts and refused to count three. Williams griped. Tracy rolled Williams up for
the clean pinfall. Matt Striker came playing like Superman, with a ref shirt underneath his school teacher garb. Striker DQed Tracy for an
illegal pin. Mike Taylor hit the ring. Striker reacted by suspending Tracy and banishing her from the building.
Cut to Nigel Sherrod and Bill DeMott. Sherrod said Striker had stuck his nose in where it didnâ€™t belong and helped the Untouchable
steal the tag titles. DeMott said that Striker was in the middle of the biggest controversy in DSW history, one that saw the Untouchable in
possession of both the OVW and the DSW tag titles.
Cut to footage of a called meeting after last weekâ€™s show chaired by the Assassin. Present were Untouchables, High Impact, Matt
Striker and Nick Patrick. Assassin said he was very unhappy about the tag title match, not so much about what happened, but about the
way it happened. Assassin demanded that Striker explain his actions as referee. Striker maintained that merely removed Patrick from an
injury prone situation and rendered a fair decision in favor of the Untouchables. Assassin said Striker was a smart fellow, but he was no
dummy himself. Assassin said he smelled the stench of collusion and in order to have sufficient time to investigate, he was making
changes. Assassin introduced Krissy Vaine as the new general manager and Ryan Oâ€™Reilly as her executive troubleshooter.
Assassin said they would handle the day-to-day affairs of DSW. Vaine ordered Untouchables to defend the tag titles. Domino said there
was no automatic return clause, so no match for High Impact. Vaine ran down the list of tag team contenders minus Impact. Impact
started bitching. Oâ€™Reilly excused them from the meeting. Domino convinced Deuce that they should rumble with Majors Brothers
because they were nothing. Vaine said they needed a ref. Striker volunteered. Untouchables liked that idea. Patrick disputed Strikerâ
€™s qualifications. He said he reffed his first match when Striker was still in diapers and crapping yellow. Patrick said Striker needed to
choose between being a ref or a wrestler, because at this point, he stunk at both of them. Vaine decided there would be two referees for
the match. Domino reassured Deuce that two refs wouldnâ€™t matter. â€œWeâ€™ll crack â€˜em.â€�
The DSW Heavyweight Champion Bradley Jay ran into Derrick Neikirk backstage. Neikirk told Jay the title was his for seven months and
he was coming back for it. â€œWhen you come for this, you better bring everything you got,â€� said Jay.
Oâ€™Reilly and Vaine were in the office. Vaine was seated at the desk formerly occupied by Palmer Canon. Oâ€™Reilly said he was
back to regain the Deep South heavyweight gold. Vaine said OK, just so long as it didnâ€™t interfere with his office duties. Neikirk
showed up. He told Oâ€™Reilly to step aside because he was taking his title shot. â€œWell, it looks like Iâ€™ve got some important
decisions to make,â€� said Vaine.
Sherrod and DeMott recapped the developments on tonightâ€™s episode and hyped the title match between Untouchables and Majors
Angel Williams was backstage with an infuriated Urban Assault. Eric Perez grabbed the mic out of Angelâ€™s hands and went off in
Spanish. Cocky Siaki said UA had already proven they were the baddest team in pro wrestling and the Untouchables had come into their
house and taken their tag titles. Siaki said they UA were coming for titles and once they got them, they were staying for a long time.
(1) Majors Brothers (Brian & Brett) beat Untouchables (Deuce & Domino with Cherry) to win the DSW tag titles in 11:44
The girls were screaming as Majors entered the ring. Untouchables tried to trap Brian in their corner but he was wise to their tactics.
DeMott said Untouchables were taking the 21-year-old Majors too lightly. Brian tossed Deuce over the top. Deuce landed on his feet and
started prancing around ringside, so Brian slidekicked him into Domino. Back inside the ring, Majors gave Domino a double hiptoss and
Brett covered a an early near fall. The momentum shifter was a crash-and-burn springboard twisting high crossbody by Brian.
Untouchables worked on Brianâ€™s midsection. Domino came off the top with a stomp to Brianâ€™s midsection. Domino dropped an
elbow to the gut and paused to run a comb through his ducktail. Deuce drove Brianâ€™s face into the mat and took a TO for a kiss from
Cherry. Brian rolled out from under the Summer Lover (flying fist drop) by Deuce. HOT TAG. Brett ran wild. Brett hit a bulldog on Deuce
and a flapjack on Domino. Cherry grabbed Brettâ€™s leg and Deuce rolled him up for two. Brett came back with a reverse DDT and both
refs counted the near fall. It broke down to four-way action with all four perched on the top rope pounding away. They did a quadruple
noggin knocker with Deuce and Brett ending up flat on their backs in the ring. Striker counted Brettâ€™s shoulders down for the three
count, while Patrick counted Deuce. Confusion reigned. The match was restarted. Majors hit stereo dropkicks on the Untouchables. They
slammed into Striker, knocking him out of the ring. Majors hit the Long Island Express on Deuce and Patrick counted the 1-2-3. The
building exploded as Majors were announced as the new champions. They did a lengthy postmatch celebration with the babyface side of
the dressing room out to congratulate Majors.
Cut to the ring where Striker and Patrick were in a heated argument. Patrick turned his back. Striker kicked Patrick in the gut and planted
him with a tombstone piledriver. Patrick was motionless. Striker raised the Untouchablesâ€™ hands over Patrickâ€™s spread-eagled
body. The ref crew rushed out to tend to Patrick, who appeared to be unconscious. DeMott said Striker had put a damper on the Majorsâ
€™ title win.
Anytime the stellar voice of the Jody Hamilton can be heard on a wrestling television show, thatâ€™s a good thing. Assassinâ€™s
announcement of Vaine as the new GM came from nowhere. When last seen, Vaine was Angel Williams inring partner in crime. It will be
interesting to see how this developsâ€¦This was Oâ€™Reillyâ€™s first television appearance since his 30 day suspensionâ€¦Domino
is just plain hilariousâ€¦There was a tinge of heelish crybaby in Impactâ€™s response to not getting their rematchâ€¦Crowd was hot for
Majors/Untouchables. Nothing fancy about the ringwork but they got the story across. The match was one fine piece of booking capped
off by a roller coaster ride of a finishâ€¦.The postmatch celebration went a long way towards making the titles seem importantâ€¦Coming
out of this show, Striker had more heat as referee than any wrestler in Deep Southâ€¦Patrick sold the piledriver like they were in
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