We’re just moments away from our next contest, and Robbins is standing by in the ring!
Robbins: Ladies and gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first…
The eardrum-splitting opening riff to Stranglehold gets the fans in attendance up out of their seats. A moment passes before a loud, gravely voice can be heard in a hundred yards in every direction even over The Nooge’s seminal shred-fest.
Robbins: Making his way to the ring from the Great Smokey Mountains and weighing in at 295 pounds…KING! KONG! FRRRRRAAAAAAAANK!
King Kong Frank emerges with a 10-foot steel chain wrapped around his neck and a wild look in his eyes! He hoots and hollers and gets everyone whipped into a frenzy before breaking off into the crowd and swinging his chain at anybody not smart enough to be out of his way!
Moss: Frank looking to take some frustrations out on Holo Make after what went down back at In Your Haunted House!
Howley: We saw Lord Colossus take his rightful place as the victor on that night, but I’m not sure I like what Frank has in mind for his opponent tonight!
The Madman from the Smoky Mountains smiles his big ugly smile underneath his big ugly beard and he terrorizes his way toward the ringside area. Fans scatter in his wake as he steps over the ringside guardrail and stalks up the steps and into the ring, this time stepping over the top rope and then parading around the ring, swinging that chain, daring anybody to stop him.
Robbins: And his opponent…
The instrumental version of “Aloha ‘Oe” by Neverland in Ashes starts to play and The Death Rider himself, Holo Make, steps out onto the stage.
Robbins: Making his way to the ring from A Lost Island in the Pacific and weighing in at a whopping 374 pounds, he is the Pale Rider…HOLO! MAAAAAAKE!
He looks out at the crowd, eyes wide as if taking in the people around him. He stalks down to the ring, spooking some of the audience members who get too close. Otherwise, his eyes are focused on the ring with interest.
Moss: And here we have a man looking to really make a statement tonight in Holo Make!
Howley: What better way to do it than to go after King Kong himself, though if Frank’s mood after the chain match is any indication Holo is in for a looooong night!
Once he reaches ringside, Holo Make climbs onto the steps, crawling onto the apron and entering the ring. He looks to the nearest camera and grabs it. He brings it to his face, shouting “I ka mōʻī wahine ʻo Lili’uokalani” into it before shoving it back. Holo begins to pace around the ring, waiting impatiently as the ref calls for the bell to start the match.
DING! DING! DING!
The bell rings and the two immediately trade lefts and rights, both big men looking to gain the upper hand in this hoss fight. Eventually, the larger Pale Rider starts to wear King Kong down, sending him back toward the corner.
He charges at Frank, looking to sandwich him into the turnbuckle…but Frank escapes in the nick of time, using Make’s own momentum against him as the Pale Rider slams into the turnbuckle with a thud!
Moss: Wow, what impact there! Frank managing to avoid Holo’s heaviest offense in the early goings!
Howley: A hard-hitting war like this is just in the early stages!
Frank uses the opening to his advantage with some clubbing blows to the back, forcing Holo to one knee. With that, Frank hits the ropes and connects with a big boot to the head of Holo on the rebound! Down goes Make, and Frank goes for a cover!
Frank kicks out, frustrating the Pale Rider slightly as he goes back on the attack. He targets the arms of King Kong to try and neutralize his strength, but Frank slowly builds back up to a vertical base before sending Holo to the ropes with an Irish whip…and connects with a big shoulder tackle, sending Make to the mat!
Frank senses an opportunity here, looking for the Mountain Top Knee Drop…but Holo rolls out of the way at the last second! Frank falls to the canvas, the impact noticeable on his knees as he struggles a little to get back to his feet.
It’s an opening that Holo notices now, making good use as he hoists King Kong up onto his shoulders before dropping down, his weight colliding against Frank’s in the process! HAWAIIAN DROP!
Moss: This could be a turning point for Holo Make, connecting with that big Hawaiian Drop to bring King Kong down!
Howley: This is your chance Holo, seize it!
Holo gets back to his feet, slowly due to the effects that Hawaiian Drop had on him as much as it did on Frank. He heads to the nearest corner, looking ready to bring this contest to an end as Frank finally begins stirring.
Frank gets back to his feet, slowly but surely as Holo calculates in his head just what he has in mind before charging at King Kong, leaping up for a headbutt! AINA I KA PO…NO! FRANK DODGES IT AT THE LAST POSSIBLE SECOND!
Frank’s setting himself up, he’s ready to knock Holo out! SMOKEY MOUNTAIN SPIKE–HOLO DODGES THAT, TOO! Holo’s running to the ropes for speed once again…AINA I KA PONO CONNECTS FLUSH THIS TIME, SENDING FRANK DOWN HARD!
With that, Holo goes for the cover!
DING! DING! DING!
Robbins: Here is your winner…HOLO MAKE!
The ref raises Holo’s arm in victory as King Kong Frank manages to get back to his feet. The two behemoths stare each other down, as though this contest may have awoken some animosity between them…