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When The Smoke Clears
« on: March 10, 2018, 12:34:27 PM »
TAG TEAM INFORMATION
NAME: When The Smoke Clears
MEMBERS: Luke Jones & Paul Mall
ALIGNMENT: Neutral
ENTRANCE MUSIC: "Luke and Paul's Entrance Theme" - Luke Jones and Paul Mall


ENTRANCE DESCRIPTION
The slightly modified theme from 80s television show ALF -- given a similar treatment that Vanilla Ice did to Queen’s “Under Pressure -- queues up over the PA system.

POWERS: “Making their way down the aisle at this time, at a total combined weight of four-hundred fifteen pounds…”

Upon proclamation from Mike Powers, the duo of When The Smoke Clears emerges from behind the curtain, shimmying sideways while locked in a full embrace.  The audience gives a generally positive reaction, with some fans slipping surgical masks over their faces (provided by the stage crew) to prepare for the lingering cloud of smoke that will soon waft in their direction.  We also hear the comedically off-key voices of Luke and Paul begin to sing over the music in unison: Luke taking a falsetto approach while Paul “balances” it out in a Tom Jones-esque rasp.

"We’re the best
Team in the Cor-ners Four
It’s Luke Jones
And his friend Paul Ma-aall
They’re called When The
Smoke Clears!
And they’re really cool!
They’re coming down
To the ring
And when they
Get
There
It will
Rule"

POWERS: “The Annihilator Luke Jones...the Natural American Spirit Paul Mall...they are WHEN THE SMOKE CLEARS!”

Luke and Paul make their way down the aisle to the tune, with Paul engaging in the occasional hand-slap, never losing focus on the cigarette puffing from the corner of his mouth.  Jones also plays toward the crowd, engaging in his usual catcalling antics.  The theme song, after a pass-through without any lyrics, conveniently reaches its apex as the two enter the ring.

In the ring
There they now stand
Luke will yell
And Paul...will….smoke.
Are their opponents
In the ring?
Maybe they are
Maybe they’re not
This song
Was written
Before we
Knew the order.

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CHAMPION ENTRANCE DESCRIPTION
The slightly modified theme from 80s television show ALF -- given a similar treatment that Vanilla Ice did to Queen’s “Under Pressure -- queues up over the PA system.

POWERS: “Making their way down the aisle at this time, at a total combined weight of four-hundred fifteen pounds…”

Upon proclamation from Mike Powers, the duo of When The Smoke Clears emerges from behind the curtain, shimmying sideways while locked in a full embrace.  Their tag team championships are linked together around them, pulling them tighter.  The audience gives a generally positive reaction, with some fans slipping surgical masks over their faces (provided by the stage crew) to prepare for the lingering cloud of smoke that will soon waft in their direction.  We also hear the comedically off-key voices of Luke and Paul begin to sing over the music in unison: Luke taking a falsetto approach while Paul “balances” it out in a Tom Jones-esque rasp.

"We’re the best
Team in the Cor-ners Four
It’s Luke Jones
And his friend Paul Ma-aall
They’re called When The
Smoke Clears!
And they’re really cool!
They’re coming down
To the ring
And when they
Get
There
It will
Rule"

POWERS: “The Annihilator Luke Jones...the Natural American Spirit Paul Mall...they are WHEN THE SMOKE CLEARS!”

Luke and Paul unstrap the belts and place them on their shoulders before making their way down the aisle to the tune, with Paul engaging in the occasional hand-slap, never losing focus on the cigarette puffing from the corner of his mouth.  Jones also plays toward the crowd, engaging in his usual catcalling antics.  The theme song, after a pass-through without any lyrics, conveniently reaches its apex as the two enter the ring.

In the ring
There they now stand
Luke will yell
And Paul...will….smoke.
Are their opponents
In the ring?
Maybe they are
Maybe they’re not
This song
Was written
Before we
Knew the order.

[/i]

TEAM MOVES & FINISHERS

SIGNATURE
Secondhand Slap: One team member will tag the other in, triggering a "tag" to the opponent's face with a slap.  This will then form a loop where they will do this about three or four more times.  Sometimes, the opponent may slap them back, which can result in comedic variations to where the partners end up slapping each other, getting confused as to who is the legal man, etc. due to being out of sync.
Butt Out: Paul will put a lit cigarette out on the opponent and Luke will proceed to stomp it out as if it may be a dangerous fire hazard.

FINISHER
French Inhale: Powerbomb lungblower to 450 Splash combination.