At ringside we hear a piano number start up over the loud speaker. It’s not clear what song it is right away until we hear some lyrics.
“Start spreading the news, I’m leaving today!”
The voice is not as good as Frank Sinatra, but he’s certainly trying! Through the curtain comes a newcomer to Classic Wrestling. He has a microphone in hand and is singing along with the piano.
“ I wanna be a part of it, New York, New York!”
Howley: Does he know we’re in Cleveland Moss?
Moss: Hard to say Thunderbird!
Howley: It’s CL-EVE-LAND, How hard is that?
Moss: That’s not what I…
He rolls into the ring and tries to continue singing but his theme song is quickly drowned out by another.
“Holding Out for a Hero” by Bonnie Taylor plays loudly as the fans start to cheer for whomever is going to beat up the crooner. Through the curtain comes a real life firefighter, jacket and all! He peels the coat off and is wearing suspenders underneath against his chest.
Moss: Well this will certainly be an interesting clash of styles.
The jacked up firefighter makes a few steps towards the ring, and flexes at the direction of his opponent. Harrold Robbins is about to make introductions…
Through the curtain, behind The Firefighter, comes a very angry Holo Make unexpectedly.
Moss: Hey, what’s he doing here!? He’s not in this match!
Thunderbird: Why don’t you go tell him that Moss?
Holo Make grabs Frank Chase from behind by surprise. He spins him once and tosses him face first into the turnbuckle pole.
Moss: WOAH! That’s just uncalled for!
He picks him back up from the floor, Chase is clearly in lala land. Make lifts him over his shoulder and then drops Frank head first onto the ring apron. Frank lands and is able to stumble away a bit holding his head, but when he turns he’s caught by the giant 6’8” boot of Holo Make.
Thunderbird: What a kick! Goodnight!
Holo then looks to the ring where Ricky Broadway is laughing at his supposed opponent. Make gets on the apron and steps over the top rope quickly. Suddenly Broadway’s laugh turns into a terrified look. He gulps and tries to get out of the ring but Make is on him in no time. He reels Broadway back in and then headbutts him. The crooner crumples to the mat. Holo pulls him right back up by the head so that he’s standing. Make takes two steps back and runs at Broadway.
Moss: Aina I Ka Pono!
Thunderbird: IN ENGLISH MOSS!
Moss: RUNNING HEADBUTT OF DOOM!
Holo stands over the lifeless body of Ricky Broadway and looks out to the crowd. The crowd boos him heavily but Make is unphased.
“Wherever I May Roam” by Metallica plays on the PA system and Make yells loudly, before slowly walking towards the back. Leaving both men in his wake.
Thunderbird: Holo Make is sending a message and it’s loud and clear. Don’t let his record fool you! This guy is for real!
Moss: There’s no doubt about that! Not after what we just saw!