The FBI (Little Guido, Tony Mamaluke and Tracey Smothers with Sal E. Graziano) vs. Kid Kash, Simon Diamond and Johnny Swinger
Guido and Kash started off with a lot of mat-based wrestling. The fans applauded both men. Guido at one point extended his hand and Kash accepted, only for them to get in each other’s face. Tony Luke (Mamaluke) and Swinger tag in and Luke goes for a quick small package, but only got a two count. Taz noted that they can’t use a lot of the guys’ old names for legal reasons, but you can figure out who they are.
Tracey Smothers and Diamond tagged in, with Smothers getting the better of Diamond. Diamond took the mic and said that Simon has a problem. The crowd chanted “Shut the f— up,” and Diamond challenged the crowd to make him shut up. Diamond said that they wren’t doing well because of Kash, and said that they may not wrestle better than the other team, but they can dance better and that they were going to have an “extreme dance-off.” Diamond and Swinger danced for a minute, and Smothers took the mic and said “Michael Jackson just rolled over in his grave with that performance.” The FBI then went on to do their dance, with Big Sal finishing off the dance-off. Swinger and Diamond cleared the ring of the FBI sans Big Sal, and Sal nailed Swinger and Diamond with a big clothesline knocking everyone but Kash outside of the ring. Kash then did a flying dive onto everyone outside of the ring.
Match went back in the ring, and Kash and Luke went went at it for awhile before Luke tagged in Guido. Moments later all six men were in the ring and then went to the corner and did a tower suplex. A ‘this is hardcore’ change broke out. All six men were in the ring, and Kash nailed Luke with a double underhook suplex turned into a piledriver. Guido threw Kash out of the ring and nailed Diamond with an impaler to win the match for the FBI.
The FBI (Little Guido, Tony Mamaluke and Tracey Smothers with Sal E. Graziano) defeated Kid Kash, Simon Diamond and Johnny Swinger
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