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The Outsiders
« on: July 25, 2017, 01:56:28 PM »
NAME: The Outsiders
MEMBERS: Scott Stevens, Scott Woodson
ALIGNMENT: Neutral with heel tendencies
ENTRANCE MUSIC: “The Outsiders” by Eric Church

The lights in the arena go pitch black, as red lasers and spotlights light up the area as the smooth sounds of an electric guitar serenades the live crowd before the vocals come.

"They’re the in crowd, we’re the other ones
It’s a different kind of cloth that we’re cut from
We let our colors show, where the numbers ain’t
With the paint where there ain’t supposed to be paint"

The video screen lights up and flashes across the screen a huge anarchy symbol appears on the video screen followed by dripping blood behind it as we see The Hardcore Artist step out onto the stage to a chorus of boos. 

"That’s who we are
That’s how we roll
The outsiders, The outsiders"

The video screen lights up once more and flashes across the screen a Texas flag, with the words, “Texas Born. Texas Bred.” “Texas Forever.“ branded into the flag. The crowd reaction is mixed, but there are more cheers than boos, as one final image that is displayed across the screen and that message reads in bold, capitalized letters…..SCOTT STEVENS as the cheers intensify drawing out the man from Texas.

"Our women get hot, and our leather gets stained
When we saddle up and ride 'em in the pouring rain
We’re the junkyard dogs, we’re the alley cats
Keep the wind at our front, and the hell at our back"

Scotty and Stevens look at one another and the tension of mutual hatred is felt as the two look like they are about to attack one another before the Texan extends his fist and the Hardcore Artist pounds it.

POWERS: ”Introducing at this time, from New York City and weighting in at 266.6 pounds... The Hardcore Artist.... Scottywood!!!!”

Scotty raises the hockey stick in the air before heading into the ring followed by Stevens who fists bumps some of his fans while raising a fist at a few of the more vocal bashers.

"That’s who we are
We do our talking, walk that walk
Wide open rocking
That’s how we roll"

POWERS: ”And his partner, coming to us from the Great State of Texas, by way of Houston, Texas. Standing at six feet, six inches, and weighing in at two hundred and fifty-six pounds... This...is....SCOTTTTTTTTTTTTT STEEEEEEEEEEEVENSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!”

Scotty reaches the ring and climbs the steel steps to enter the ring as Stevens rolls into the ring.

"Our backs to the wall
A band of brothers
Together, alone, the outsiders
We’re the riders, we’re the ones burning rubber off our tires.
Yeah, we’re the fighters, the all-nighters
So fire 'em up and get a lil higher"

The two Scotts fist bump each other once again before Scottywood quickly scales the turnbuckle and raises the hockey stick in the air as he soaks in the boos and just smiles as Stevens ascends the other turnbuckle and stares out into the crowd as he soaks in the hatred as well.


Scottywood descending the turnbuckles and leans his back up against them while an icy glare and the throat slash gesture come from Stevens as they prepare for the start of their match.

New York/Boston Crab (Scottywood) / Crippler Crossface (Stevens)
Ice Kick (Scottywood) / Superkick (Stevens)
Scottybomb (Scottywood) / Neckbreaker (Stevens)
Chop Block (Scottywood) / Lariat (Stevens)
Sidewalk Slam (Scottywood) / Reverse DDT (Stevens)
Fireman's carry flapjack (Scottywood) / Running Big Boot (Stevens)

Scottywood hits a massive running clothesline and when the opponent drops to a knee Stevens finishes them off with a running knee trembler.

Stevens has the opponent in the piledriver position and Scottywood jumps from the middle turnbuckle for extra force.

Evenflow DDT (Scottywood) / Diamond Cutter (Stevens)

Double Brainbuster
« Last Edit: September 01, 2017, 12:13:30 AM by Perry Wallace »