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Ken Peters
03-25-06, 03:44 AM
[From a black screen comes the following announcement in simple text:
"The Following Promotion Is A Product
Of Empire Pro Wrestling, Inc."]

[On a black screen, as the introductory message fades out, the slow bass hum of a cello can been heard. Words fill the screen, with a deep, almost melodic voice accompanying them.]

(V/O): "The Destruction Of A Tornado Is Chatostrofic..."

[Cut to a slow frame moving scene of a dimly lit boxing ring. The announcer's voice is barely audible over the screaming fans, and the man with his arm raised in the air, surrounded by his corner, is impossible to make out. In the corner of the screen reads: "Footage curtosy of Irish National Sports Network".]

(Announcer V/O): "He has done it! O'Rourke has been knocked out mid way into the 9th round, and we have a NEW...Irish Heavyweight Champion!"

[Fade back to the black screen, the same voice flowing with the words on appearing on the screen.]

(V/O): "The Mention Of It's Name...Terrifying..."

[Cut to another slow moving frame of a Japanese man in a standard grappleing uniform, lying on the ground unmoving. The movements of a referee's feet can be seen out of the corner of the screen, where as another box of text is seen at the direct opposite to the right, reading: "Footage curtosy of Kyoto Prize-Fighting Championship, Inc..".]

(American Announcer's V/O, admist the buzzing of fans): "FUYUKI IS OUT! HE IS OUT COLD! THE KYOTO KILLER HAS BEEN DEFEATED AFTER NEARLY A YEAR OF AN UNBEATABLE WINNING STREAK! UN-BE-LIEVABLE!"

[Fade back to the man's voice, the steady hum of the cello now accompanied by another of the instrument, noticeable to the trained ear.]

(V/O): "Nowhere On Earth Has It's Devastating Power Not Been Felt..."

[Another fade in, this time to a Fighter's Wrestling Foundation ring, where a dismayed Diamondback Bichoff watches in stupified awe as referee Brian Sands hands the FWF Extreme Title off-screen admist screaming fans and the voice of Announcer and former wrestler, Al "The Scorpion" Sting.]

(Sting V/O): "MY GOD! THE 3 COUNT WAS MADE AND BICHOFF CANNOT BELIEVE IT! THIS NEWCOMING ASSET TO THE FWF ROSTER HAS WASTED NO TIME, DONING THE CRIMSON MASK ON DIAMONDBACK AND WINNING THE EXTREME TITLE AT HIS DEBUT! WHAT AN INCREDIBLE NIGHT THIS...!"

[Sting's voice fades off into the distance of another blackend screen, and now the Cellos grow in power, but yet the same note holds as the dark voice and text once again enter the faded black screen.]

(V/O): "And Soon...By Staying Tuned To EPW Telivison..."

[Yet another fade in, to another wrestling ring, this time of EWI glory. The corner of the screen reads: "Curtosy of EWI Heatwave and SSN Inc., (c) 2001", where we see Major Deluxe unconcious on the mat while hearing the voices of Brett Sanders and Garrett McFarland.]

(Sanders V/O): "And this one is over!"

(McFarland V/O): "And to think that Deluxe is the same person that beat up on The Darkness and Corleone awhile ago in a three-way match."

[Suddenly, the cellos stop, and the screen immeadiatly cuts to black. After a second or so pause, the voice delivers the message again, the text hitting the screen with a shattering drum start, one word at a time scrolling from far to front.]

(V/O): "The World..Will Feel...His...FURY."

[Cue-up Mettallica's cover of "Whiskey In The Jar" in mid chorus, a stream of photo shots hitting the screen at once between voice-cuts from the deep narrator. The first is a shot of the FWF Extreme Title.]

(V/O): "Grab Your Valubales..."

[Cut-to a shot of the FWF World Tag-Team Title]

(V/O): "Board Up The Windows..."

[Cut-to a shot of the Irish Heavyweight Boxing title.]

(V/O): "Make With The Kids..."

[Cut-to a shot of the Celtic Whirlwind Boxing Promotions training gym in Dublin, Ireland.]

(V/O): "...And Get Down To The Cellar..."

[Cut-to a shot, finally, as the music stops abruptly, of two green boxing gloves aflame with ice blue flames.]

(V/O): "...The WHIRLWIND...IS COMING!"

[Cut-to the EPW logo slamming against the screen, before a fade to black.]