Both men are standing in the ring in their appropriate corners. The referee takes his time to make sure there are no foreign objects.
Moss: The ref is really taking his time on this one.
Howley : Yeah. It doesn’t make any sense. These two boys are cleaner than….
Moss: Please don’t finish that statement.
The ref signals for the bell and the two men approach one another. They quickly lock up in a collar and elbow. Justice ducks under and grabs both arms of Hunter and pins them to the small of his back. Hunter tries to wiggle free and drops down to his knees quickly, causing Justice to let go of him. As Justice bends down to grab Hunter, Hunter snap mares Justice and locks in a headlock. Hunter has the hold in deep, as Justice waves his arms around. Slowly he manages to scoot the both of them closer to the ropes and gets a foot on the bottom one.
Moss: Sarge manages to break the hold.
Howley: If only it were that easy when you’re pulled over on the side of the road.
Moss: This again?
Howley: All I’m saying is…
Moss: You bad mouthed the cops mom didn’t you?
Howley: I was merely saying I was in awe of her ability to pass a golfball through a garden hose.
Moss: You ended up in cuffs didn’t you?
Howley: Under advice of counsel I cannot say any more.
Hunter lets go and backs away slowly, but not taking his eyes off of Justice, who is getting to his feet and rubbing his neck. The two men once again lock up, Justice whips Hunter into the ropes. As Hunter rebounds he leaps over the telegraphed back body drop from Justice. Hunter runs at Justice and leaps into the air and levels Justice with a massive clothesline. Hunter quickly gets to his feet and climbs to the middle rope. Egging Justice to get to his feet.
Moss: Hunter is really on a run right here.
Howley: Serves that cop right!
Moss: Just stop it.
Hunter leaps off the middle rope and axe handles Justice to the top of the head. Hunter climbs on top of him and hooks a leg.
Justice gets a shoulder up, as Hunter slaps the mat in a moment of frustration, then returns on the attack. Grabbing the leg of Justice and dropping an elbow to the inside of Justice’s knee. Hunter holds onto the bottom of the leg and begins to pull back. Justice bellows in pain as Hunter continues to pull on the leg and knee.
Howley: Tear that knee from the rest of the leg!
Moss: Calm down.
Howley: It’s just nice to see the little guy….
Moss: Hunter is bigger than him..
Howley: Well… Uhh…. Shut up.
Justice manages to get a hold of the top of Hunter’s head and punches him a few times, Hunter releases the hold. Justice knocks his knee a few times and struggles to get to his feet as Hunter grabs him to “help” him to his feet.
Howley: How nice.
Hunter whips Justice into the ropes and the hobbled Sarge makes his way back. Hunter lifts him up.
Howley : Wait!
Justice loses his balance on the way up and accidentally flips over the back of Hunter and manages to grab ahold of Hunter’s trunks. Hunter falls backwards but manages to roll through, leaving Justice in a sitting position. Hunter unloads a stiff kick to the ribs of Justice. Then quickly lifts the Sarge up, and lines everything up.
Moss: There’s the kneebreaker!
Howley: Hunter didn’t let go of the leg!
Hunter in one swift movement locks in the Figure Four in the middle of the ring. Under normal circumstances Justice would fight for his life, but his knee was so worked over and damaged that he tapped out after not much fight.
Robbins: The winner of this match Via Submission… SCOTT HUNTER!
The bell rings and the decision is made.
Moss: What a matchup, Scott Hunter is victorious upon his return to Classic Wrestling…
Howley: Wait… that’s Scott Hunter? I thought it wasn’t?
Moss: Will you stop!
Hunter stands with both arms raised before the referee can even get there.