We are back at ringside for another exciting match as we see Shujin Yama and Lunchbox Larry already in the ring, ready to go…though noticeably absent from ringside is Bobby Dean as we go to ring introductions!
Robbins: Ladies and gentlemen, the following match is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first…from the Greatest Nation on Earth, weighing in tonight at a whopping 469 pounds, he is…SHUUUUJIN YAAAAAMAAAAAA!
Shujin pays no mind to the booing from the crowd as Sensei Abraham Lincoln applauds the big man.
Robbins: And his opponent…from Westbrook, Maine, weighing in at 277 pounds, he is the Big Box Man…LUUUUNCHBOOOX LAAAAAARRYYYYYYYY!
Larry takes in the adulation from the crowd, much to the chagrin of Sensei Lincoln as the still-stoic Yama looks on.
Moss: Lunchbox Larry is out here alone tonight, with Bobby Dean getting ready for our main event as he takes on Vito Valentine for the REAL World’s Title!
Howley: That means Bobby Dean has a chance to win the big one tonight! Larry…not so much.
With the intros out of the way, referee Spencer Fuller calls for the bell to start the match!
Larry sizes up his opponent, debating on a sound strategy…and throws caution to the wind as he charges at the former Premier American Champion…and that turns out to be a TERRIBLE idea, as Yama grabs the Big Box Man, hoisting him over for a body slam that drives Larry into the canvas!
Moss: Oh my, what power there by the Oni of Oblivion!
Howley: Larry already looking worse for wear here, Pat! I’m not sure I like his chances here!
Yama grabs an arm and a leg, dragging Larry toward the corner as he looks to hit the Banzai Drop and end this match quickly…but here comes Bobby Dean, much to the delight of the crowd!
Moss: Oh boy, Bobby being a good friend after all!
Howley: Think about your shot at the title, Bobby!
Sensei Abraham Lincoln stops the Beautiful One from getting too close to ringside however, shouting at him as back in the ring we see Yama bringing Larry to his feet, a slight smirk on his face as he stares Bobby down while connecting with a standing belly to belly on Larry, much to the torment of Bobby Dean!
Moss: Oh, come on! That was an unnecessary Tsukaminage from Shujin Yama!
Howley: What are you talking about, Pat? It’s literally within the scope of the match!
The sensei suddenly gets into a shoving contest with the Beautiful One, who ends up winning the exchange sending Lincoln to the floor…but Yama is already on the top turnbuckle, delivering the deadly Banzai Drop on Bobby’s buddy! Dean tries to head to the ring but is stopped by the sensei grabbing his ankle with both hands, slowing him down as Yama stays on top of Larry while Fuller makes the count!
Bobby is left having to deal with Lincoln as the ref calls for the final bell!
DING! DING! DING!
Robbins: Ladies and gentlemen, here is your winner via pinfall…SHUUUUJIIIIN YAAAAAMAAAAAAA!
Fuller raises the arm of Yama in victory, much to the disappointment of Bobby who finally gets past the hurdle of Lincoln and rushes to the ring to check on Larry, pulling him out of the ring before Yama can do any further damage. Bobby hoists Larry onto his shoulder, taking him to the back as we cut to commentary.
Moss: Absolutely disgusting display by Shujin Yama tonight, decimating Lunchbox Larry like that just to get under the skin of Bobby Dean!
Howley: I gotta say tho, that might be the friendliest I’ve seen Bobby actually BE toward Lunchbox Larry. That’s the power of friendship, Pat…too bad it didn’t help Larry against the might of Shujin Yama!
Moss: Well folks, we saw Bobby helping his friend Larry to the back but in just a moment he will be challenging Vito Valentine for the REAL World’s Championship! Don’t go away!
We see Yama leaving the ring, helping his sensei back to his feet before we cut away from ringside!