Mauro Ranallo: Good evening and welcome to the first ever EBWF pay-per-view live from London, England... this is House of Havoc!
Corey Graves: Jimmy Havoc was born just 13 miles from this arena, this is like coming home for him!
Mauro Ranallo: Havoc will be competing in our main event tonight, teaming with Braun Strowman to take on Chris Jericho and a partner of his choosing. That's if Jericho can find a partner...
Corey Graves: That's right, Mauro – for one night only, The Bastard and The Beast are reuniting! I hope Jericho has found a partner or he's in for a rough night!
Mauro Ranallo: Kicking things off tonight, we have a mixed tag match featuring two superstars from right here in the UK!
"One True Villain" by Hot Tag Media Works hit, and the crowd cheered as Marty Scurll made his way to the ring.
Corey Graves: Marty Scurll might call himself a Villain, but he's a hero here in London!
When Scurll was in the ring, "Glasgow Cross" by CFO$ and the crowd continued to cheer as Nikki Cross headed to the ring. Cross ran back and forth against the ropes upon entering the ring; Scurll stopped her, telling the Scottish superstar to conserve her energy. "Similar Creatures" by PeroxWhy?Gen hit and there were more cheers as Jeff Hardy and Candice LeRae came out side by side.
Mauro Ranallo: All four superstars in this match are popular with the London crowd tonight!
When Hardy and LeRae entered the ring, Candice moved onto the ring apron, allowing Jeff Hardy to start the match. Nikki raised her fists, telling Jeff to come at her. Scurll told Nikki to wait on the ring apron, then turned his attention to Hardy. The referee called for the bell and the two men locked up. Scurll applied a headlock, but Hardy broke free and pushed Scurll into the ropes, then hit a dropkick. As both men got to their feet, Hardy hit a series of punches, then set Scurll up for a Russian legsweep. Scurll blocked it, countering with a pumphandle neckbreaker. Scurll stomped on Hardy several times, then dragged him to his feet and set him up for a jackknife powerbomb. He lifted Hardy up onto his shoulders... but Hardy countered with a hurricanrana, rolling Scurll up as he did so! The referee counted – 1... 2... Scurll kicked out! As both men got to their feet, Scurll tagged in Nikki Cross. Nikki charged towards Jeff Hardy, but before she could get to him Candice ran into the ring, taking Nikki down with a spear!
Corey Graves: Well the rules of this mixed tag match are that the men fight the men and the women fight the women, but I think Nikki Cross wants a piece of Jeff Hardy!
Mauro Ranallo: Nikki has that Scottish fire raging inside her, Corey. She wants to fight everyone!
Candice hit Nikki with a series of punches against the mat, then dragged her to her feet and hit a snapmare. Candice climbed to the top rope and went for a moonsault... but Nikki rolled out of the way! Both women got to their feet and Nikki hit Candice with a bridging fisherman suplex. She hooked the leg and the referee counted – 1... 2... kickout! Nikki got to her feet and stomped on Candice several times, then sat her up, applying a sleeper hold. Candice broke free and both women got to their feet. Nikki went for a clothesline, but Candice ducked out of the way, then hit Nikki with a single knee facebreaker! As Nikki got to her feet, Candice went for the Boobplex, but Nikki blocked it and turner around, clobbering Candice with a forearm smash. Nikki then went to tag in Marty Scurll, but Scurll refused the tag! He shook his head, yelled "I'm done", then climbed down from the ring apron and made his way up the ramp.
Mauro Ranallo: Marty Scurll just walked out on his partner!
Corey Graves: Scurll has been asking for higher profile opponents, Mauro... he's making a statement here tonight!
Hardy chased Scurll up the ramp, and the two men began brawling at the top of the ramp. Back in the ring, Nikki pulled Candice to her feet and whipped her into the ropes, but Candice springboarded off the middle rope, landing on Nikki's shoulders and hitting a reverse frankensteiner! She hooked the leg and the referee counted – 1... 2... 3!
Mauro Ranallo: It's over! Candice LeRae gets the victory!
As Candice celebrated, Jeff Hardy ran back to the ring and embraced his partner. Hardy and LeRae celebrated together, then made their way to the back.
Mauro Ranallo: Corey, London is electric tonight for House of Havoc!
Corey Graves: And because EBWF wants to always give its fans the very best, we’ve got the Tag Team Titles on the li….
The lights went out.
Corey Graves: What in the world?
“Liiiiiife is a mystery….”
A spotlight shone on the entrance ramp.
“Everyone must stand alone….”
Mauro Ranallo: Is this… Madonna?
“I hear you call my name.”
Corey Graves: I don’t ev…
“And it feels like…. home.”
A techno remix pulsed in the arena and suddenly Grado was on the stage, raucously thrusting his hips and waving his arms in the air as “Like a Prayer” continued to play.
Corey Graves: What is this? Who is this?! This is terrible!
Christy Hemme: Introducing first, from the Top End of Stevenson, Scotland…
The crowd cheered.
Christy Hemme: Weighing in at 0.10 metric tons, he is Grado!
“This is How it Starts” hit the PA and the crowd continued to cheer. Big, beautiful peacock feathers were held up by two scantily dressed men on the stage.
Christy Hemme: And his tag team partner, from Catalina Island, weighing in at 215 pounds.
The feathers were pulled away, revealing the Party Peacock!
Christy Hemme: Dalton Castle!
The camera focused on him.
Dalton Castle: Boys!
The boys followed him down the ramp, the camera chronicling their journey.
Dalton Castle: I am a fire starter, and this place is about to light up!
The boys knelt down, and Dalton used them as steps to get into the ring as “Where Dem Girls At?” hit the PA and The Gorgeous Guys came onto the stage.
Christy Hemme: And their opponents, weighing in at a combined weight of 373 pounds. They are the EBWF Tag Team Champions. Noam Dar, Tyler Breeze, The Gorgeous guys!
Grado and Dalton sized each other up.
Corey Graves: Grado and Dalton are teaming up for the first time here tonight, and it looks like they aren’t too sure of one another.
Mauro Ranallo: You have to wonder if they’ll be able to mesh as well as the tag champs.
The bell rang.
Dalton Castle started things off with Noam Dar, and Castle turned quickly to clock Tyler on the apron. Noam chopped Dalton, but Castle came back and planted Noam with a spinebuster. Castle worked over Noam’s left arm, and went to the corner to tag in Grado.
Mauro Ranallo: We’re getting our first glimpse of this unique individual.
Corey Graves: Unique is just a nice way of saying weirdo, Mauro.
Noam got an early pinfall attempt.
Mauro Ranallo: Grado kicks out! Noam laid on more chops. Grado slid out and dropped Tyler Breeze off of the ring apron to cheers from the crowd. Grado got a rolling kick that caught Noam flush on the head. Grado went for the pin.
Noam kicked out!
Corey Graves: Grado almost had the upset there!
Grado worked on Noam’s left arm. Noam broke the hold, and moved into a roll up.
It was Grado’s turn to kick out. Noam bailed to the corner to tag in Tyler, who came in fired up. He dropkicked Grado, but into the friendly corner. Dalton came in to defend his partner, and took a kick to the chest, putting him back in the corner. Tyler splashed Grado, and missed a clothesline. Dalton tagged himself in. Grado dove and took Noam over the top rope with him. Tyler hit a dropkick to Dalton, and attempted a Hurricanrana. Dalton lifted Breeze up on his shoulders, and Grado came off the top rope for a perfectly executed Doomsday Device. Dalton went for the pin.
Corey Graves: Are you kidding me?!
Mauro Ranallo: What?!
The boys were jubilant outside of the ring as Dalton Castle and Grado were handed the titles.
Christy Hemme: Here are your winners and the NEW EBWF Tag Team Champions, Grado and Dalton Castle!
The two men celebrated on opposite turnbuckles as a video for the next match began to play.
Corey Graves: Our next match is another Championship Match!
“Kiss From a Rose” hit, bringing the former Women’s Champion, Mandy Rose.
Corey Graves: Mandy was robbed of her gold, and she has a chance to get it back here tonight.
“Illest” hit, and Liv Morgan came to the ramp, holding up her EBWF Women’s Championship above her head.
Mauro Ranallo: Liv isn’t going to give this belt up easily though.
Liv entered the ring and stared Mandy down. The referee showed the crowd the championship belt. Then he signaled the time keeper to ring the bell. Liv and Mandy locked up. Mandy tried to slam Liv down, but Liv escaped. She picked Mandy up for a slam, but Mandy was able to escape, taking Liv by surprise. Mandy pushed Liv on the back of the head. Liv was incensed and took Mandy down. Liv went for the jackknife pin.
Mandy bridged out of the pin and reversed it into a backslide!
Corey Graves: Mandy might steal it!
Mauro Ranallo: And the champ kicks out!
Mandy went for a clothesline, but Liv engaged in some flattery by doing the matrix to avoid it. Liv single legged Mandy and hit a leaping leg drop for a near fall. Mandy tripped Liv into the corner. Mandy snap suplexed Liv and transitioned into a mounted pin.
Liv reversed into an O’Conner roll.
Corey Graves: The women of EBWF are the most talented in the business, and you only need to look at these pin attempts to prove it.
Mandy got to her feet, and Liv clotheslined her. She trapped Mandy in the corner, and crushed her with a double foot stomp. Liv spun out of the corner and dropped Mandy with a running facebuster. Moving quickly now, Liv hit the ropes, and came off of them to land the double knee facebuster! Liv went for the pin.
“The Illest” filled the arena again.
Christy Hemme: Your winner…
The crowd cheered.
Christy Hemme: …and still the EBWF Women’s Champion, Liv Morgan!
Corey Graves: Liv is going to Wrestlemania to take on Alexa Bliss for that championship!
Mauro Ranallo: I look forward to watching those two ladies steal the show!
Liv celebrated in the ring as a video hyping The Miz versus Tommy End played on the tron.
After a well-produced video package starring both participants, the camera shifted back to the O2 Arena for the World Championship #1 Contender Match.
Corey Graves: I cannot believe how exciting it has been so far, Mauro! If Jimmy Havoc wasn't such a maniac, I might even consider him a genius!
Mauro Ranallo: And we haven't even finished yet, Corey! Still to come, we have a dream match between CM Punk and Kenny Omega, plus Chris Jericho has to attempt to find a partner to face Jimmy Havoc and the Monster Among Men, Braun Strowman!
Corey Graves: If I were Jericho, I'd be booking my hospital room early, Mauro. When Braun Strowman is in town, they tend to fill up fast.
Mauro Ranallo: Coming up right now, we're going to decide the number one contender for the World title!
The crowd got to their feet as "Lost in the Static" by After the Burial began playing in the arena. The lights went dark and Tommy End appeared at the entranceway, a look of grim determination on his features.
Mauro Ranallo: This is going to be quite the battle, Corey. The Miz takes on Tommy End and the winner gets a shot at the EBWF World Championship!
Corey Graves: I have to tell you, Mauro. There's something unnerving about Tommy End. Every time he walks into the building, people tense up and grow an extra pair of eyes. He's as dangerous and as cunning as they come.
Mauro Ranallo: And that type of killer instinct is a huge advantage in a ladder match, Corey. This is a match that is as cerebral as it is brutal.
End got into the ring and stretched as his music faded.
"I CAME TO PLAY!"
The crowd cheered as the Miz stepped out in front of the crowd, wearing a flashy trenchcoat and a confident swagger. A pair of designer aviator adorned his face as he looked out to the crowd, pointing to a MIZ IS AWESOME sign in the crowd. On his way down, Miz kicked a couple of the ladders, testing their strength. He stepped into the ring and took off his trenchcoat, smirking at Tommy End and showing no sign of intimidation.
Mauro Ranallo: Miz looking supremely confident here.
Corey Graves: The Miz has been there and done that in the business, Mauro. He crafty and resourceful, and those are also important traits in a ladder match.
The referee called for the bell and the two combatants approached in the middle of the ring. Miz and End locked up, jockeying for position. Miz throw Tommy End towards the ropes and End bounced off of them. Miz ducked underneath a clothesline attempt, and End put on the brakes. He went for his patented spinning kick and Miz saw it and stumbled backwards. Miz thought better of the encounter and rolled out of the ring, heading for the ladders. End followed suit, rolling out the opposite end. Both men grabbed a ladder and pushed it into the ring, and then got back in. They picked up their ladders and stared each other down. End charged forward first, swinging the ladder at Miz's head. The Miz ducked the wild swing and jabbed the end of the ladder into End's shins, causing him to drop to the mat.
Mauro Ranallo: Ouch! These men are here to win, regardless of the cost!
The Miz set the ladder up and went for an early grab of the leather-bound briefcase that was suspended above the ring. He climbed up quickly, but End grabbed his legs. Miz attempted to kick at him but End managed to get his arms around Miz's waist and threw him to the mat on his back. Miz rolled away, clutching his spine as End attempted his own climb. He got close to the top and the Miz quickly kicked at the base of the ladder, causing it to tilt. The ladder finally topped over and End hit the ropes, bouncing out of the ring and landing outside. End slowly got up and tried to enter the ring again but Miz slid the ladder underneath the bottom rope and struck him in the chest, sending him back down again.
Corey Graves: These guys are going to have to more than this to end this match. They both want it too much!
Miz rolled outside and pursued the stunned Tommy End. He grabbed End by the head and threw him into the barricade. Miz then walked over and grabbed a small step ladder, charging at End with it. End countered by performing a bicycle kick which connected with the ladder and smacked Miz in the jaw. Pressing the advantage, End took Miz by the back of the neck and sent him crashing through the ring steps, which fell over from the impact. End grabbed a longer ladder and laid it on top of the two pieces of the steps, bridging them. He then grabbed the Miz and, without hesitation or showmanship, lifted the Miz up and send him crashing through the ladder with a sickening powerbomb! The ladder didn't budge, and the Miz bounced off of it in agony.
Corey Graves: OH MY GOD! I can't even believe what I'm seeing here! The Miz in an A-lister Tommy!
Mauro Ranallo: And the momentum of this match has changed drastically!
The crowd was still applauding the visual of that spot as End left Miz on the ground, taking the ladder that he powerbombed Miz into and sliding the ladder into the ring. He wasted no time in getting into the ring and positioning the ladder underneath the briefcase that contained the #1 Contendership contract.
Corey Graves: Tommy End going for the win here!
Mauro Ranallo: How can we expect to see Miz get up from the impact of that powerbomb?
The Miz was still stirring outside, clutching his back as Tommy End began his ascent up the ladder. Rung by rung, End got closer to the top. The crowd stirred with noise as he got to the top began to reach out for the briefcase. Before he could get his hands around the clasp, the Miz had gotten back into the ring. He grabbed one of End's ankles and pushed it through the gap in the rings, causing End to fall and straddle the step. End cried out in pain as the Miz climbed up the same side as End, trying to climb over him. End grabbed the Miz and stopped him, and The Miz, in a split second decision, started exchanging punches with his opponent. The two men exchanged blows, and the Miz grabbed the back of End's head and smacked it against the ladder, stunning him. The Miz then began so shift his weight around End and put him in a familiar hold...
Corey Graves: Oh god, is he going to do what I think he's going to do?!
Mauro Ranallo: He can't!
The Miz tightened his grip on End and launched forward with him, hitting a skull crushing finale from the top of the ladder to the ring below! Both men crashed to the ring and were sprawled out, motionless as the crowd approvingly began a 'holy shit!' chant in the O2 arena.
Mauro Ranallo: I don't believe what I just saw! Both men are down! How are they still going on?!
Both men remained unresponsive for what seemed like an eternity as the crowd cheered on the match, and the cameras showed several replays of the spot from different angles. Finally, the Miz was the first to begin moving. With labored movements, he slowly crawled towards the ladder. He pulled himself up using the ladder to assist him as he weakly began to climb up. The crowd was encouraging him to continue his ascent.
Mauro Ranallo: What a match, Corey! And the Miz, somehow, is willing himself up the ladder!
The Miz got halfway up the ladder and that's when Tommy End began to stir. The Miz was climbing the ladder on the side closest to End, so End slowly got himself up to a vertical base with the ladder's assistance and grabbed a hold of Miz's ankle. Miz tried to fight End off but both men were drained from the impact of that last sequence. With a yank, End managed to cause Miz to stumble down a few rungs of the ladder. That was enough for him to get around the ladder and start climbing himself.
Corey Graves: Looks like we're going to have a photo finish here, Mauro!
Both men resumed climbing the ladder on opposite sides. They both managed to get to the top of the ladder at the same time, and began exchanging punches back and forth.
Mauro Ranallo: This is a match for a shot at Wrestlemania! Who's going to compete for the EBWF World Championship?!
Tommy End gained the upper hand, and after hitting Miz with a series of punches in quick succession, he swung his leg around the ladder, going for a roundhouse kick. Miz ducked out of the way, and with End temporarily imbalanced, Miz seized the advantage, hitting End with a forearm smash. End went crashing down to the mat, and Miz reached up above the ladder, unhooking the briefcase! The referee called for the bell and the crowd cheered as "I Came To Play" blasted through the arena.
Corey Graves: I don’t believe it! The Miz has done it!
Mauro Ranallo: For the second time in his career, The Miz will main event Wrestlemania! Can he end a two year wait and become a three time EBWF World Champion?
Miz climbed down from the ladder and celebrated, then made his way up the ramp.
The ladder match in the books, the UK crowd was still on their feet, and given no time to rest when the familiar riffs of “Cult of Personality” hit the PA. CM Punk came to the stage, and did his “Clobberin’ Time” entrance before proceeding down to the ring. “Devil’s Sky” hit next, and the EBWF World Champion came to the ring with the championship around his waist. Christy Hemme announced them both.
Mauro Ranallo: This match is not for the title, but with the talent of these two men it should still be one for the ages.
The bell rang. Omega shocked the crowd, and surprised Punk with a roundhouse kick to start things off. It sent Punk crashing through the ropes. Kenny got vicious and slammed Punk’s ribs into the ring apron. Kenny attempted to come off the top, but missed, leading to them exchanging right hands. Kenny nearly connected with the One Winged Angel.
Mauro Ranallo: The champ is trying to make short work of Punk!
Punk rallied and got three big strikes on Omega before hitting the GTS. Kenny rolled out of the ring to prevent a pinfall attempt.
Corey Graves: Great ring awareness from CM Punk!
Punk stayed on the offense and hit a suicide dive. Kenny was down, and Punk slapped on the anaconda vice. Omega struggled to the bottom rope and Punk broke the hold. He kept control by continuing to work over the weakened arm. Punk attempted another GTS but Omega reversed it and hit the back stabber.
Mauro Ranallo: Things are going the champ’s way!
Omega went after Punk’s ribs, driving his knees in hard. He went for a quick pin.
Punk kicked out, and battled back with a sharp elbow. Omega shut him down though with a high knee, and then trapped him in a reverse surfboard submission. Punk escaped and countered it into a pinfall attempt. Seemingly at a stalemate, the men traded chops and Kenny grounded Punk with a basement dropkick. Punk battled back with a blue thunder bomb. Both men struggled back to their feet, and Punk tried for the GTS once again, only to get hit with a snap dragon suplex. Omega hit an inverted neck breaker, and with Punk down he followed up with heavy leg strikes. Punk fought back and went for the Anaconda Vice, but got rolled up in a cradle. Punk kicked out, but Omega hit a hard knee trigger, and positioned Punk for the One Winged Angel!
Mauro Ranallo: He hit it! The champ with the pin!
Corey Graves: Kenny Omega just validated his already historic World Championship Title Win!
Maura Ranallo: Where else will this road to Wrestlemania take him?
After a video package recapping the longstanding rivalry between Jimmy Havoc and Chris Jericho, the camera cut to Mauro Ranallo and Corey Graves at ringside.
Mauro Ranallo: There is just one match left for House of Havoc, and that match features the man who organised tonight's show, Jimmy Havoc himself. Havoc will team with Braun Strowman to take on Chris Jericho and a partner of Jericho's choosing in what has been billed a Camden Rules Street Fight! Corey, you've wrestled in England several times... tell me, do you have any idea what "Camden Rules" means?
Corey Graves: I think it means there are no rules, Mauro! Havoc just wants to remind everyone where he's come from.
Just as Mauro was about to respond, the sound of a car horn honking could be heard throughout the arena. The camera cut to the top of the ramp, where a London black cab was driving out onto the stage! The car stopped, and out stepped Jimmy Havoc. "I Hope You Suffer" by AFI hit, and after thanking his cab driver, Havoc made his way to the ring. When Havoc was in the ring, "I Am Stronger" by CFO$ hit and Braun Strowman came out to a mixed reaction from the crowd. There appeared to be some tension between Havoc and Strowman as Strowman entered the ring. "Break the Walls Down" hit, and Jericho also received a mixed reaction as he stepped out onto the stage. Jericho stood at the top of the ramp, looking confident. He had a microphone in his hand, and he signalled for his music to be cut. After his music was cut, Jericho began to speak.
Chris Jericho: Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy. You thought you had this all figured out, didn't you? You didn't think there was anybody who would be crazy enough to team with me against you and Braun Strowman... but you didn't consider the fact that I know the guy who created the Sound of Madness!
Mauro Ranallo: Does that mean what I think it means?!
There was excitement and a sense of anticipation in the crowd, when...
"Yeah I get it you're an outcast, always under attack..."
Sound of Madness by Shinedown hit, and the fans inside the O2 Arena erupted as Wes Ikeda stepped out onto the stage to join Jericho. As Ikeda and Jericho walked down the ramp, Havoc and Strowman exited the ring, meeting their opponents on the ramp! As Strowman went after Jericho, Ikeda and Havoc exchanged punches. Strowman grabbed Jericho, throwing him into the ringside barrier, then stomped on him several times. Meanwhile, Wes Ikeda lifted Jimmy Havoc over his shoulders, hitting a back-to-belly piledriver on the ramp! Ikeda then turned his attention to Strowman, hitting a flurry of punches, but they had little effect on the big man and Strowman grabbed Ikeda by the throat. As Braun went to lift Ikeda up for a chokeslam, Chris Jericho hit him with a low blow! Jericho then got to his feet, and with the help of Ikeda, lifted Strowman up for a double suplex! As this point, Jimmy Havoc was back on his feet, and Ikeda and Jericho began to double team the EBWF General Manager.
Corey Graves: Wes Ikeda and Chris Jericho working well together so far, Mauro!
Mauro Ranallo: It's always great to see Wes Ikeda, Corey, and I agree they're working well together... but they still have to contend with the monster that is Braun Strowman!
As Jericho threw Havoc into the ring, Wes Ikeda grabbed a steel chair from ringside and hit Strowman with it several times. Back in the ring, Jericho was trying to put Jimmy Havoc in the Walls of Jericho, but Havoc kicked Jericho away, then got to hit feet and hit him with the roaring elbow. Ikeda then entered the ring with the steel chair and drilled it into Havoc's ribs, before hitting a DDT onto the chair! Ikeda hooked the leg – 1... 2... Braun Strowman pulled him Ikeda out of the ring! Jericho came to Ikeda's aid, allowing Havoc time to get to his feet. Have dived through the ropes, taking out both Ikeda and Jericho with a...
Mauro Ranallo: TOPE SUICIDA!
With Jericho and Ikeda both down, Havoc began looking under the ring for weapons. The General Manager pulled out a kendo stick, a trash can, a fire extinguisher and a lead pipe... then pulled out a table! The crowd popped for the table, but before Havoc could set it up, he noticed Jericho and Ikeda had both begun to stir. Havoc grabbed the kendo stick and hit Chris Jericho with it; Havoc hit Jericho so hard, the kendo stick snapped in half!
Corey Graves: That's going to leave a mark!
Havoc then hit Ikeda with a stiff kick to the ribs, before throwing him back into the ring. Havoc grabbed a trashcan, and took it into the ring with him. Meanwhile outside the ring, Braun Strowman had set up the table at the bottom of the ramp. Strowman turned his attention to Jericho, but Jericho had been playing possum, and Jericho sprayed the fire extinguisher in Strowman's face! Strowman was momentarily dazed, and Jericho took full advantage, hitting a Codebreaker! Back in the ring, Ikeda and Havoc were still fighting. Ikeda was in control and he set Havoc up for a suplex, but Havoc blocked it, countering with a brainbuster! Jericho then ran into the ring with the lead pipe and charged towards Havoc with it, but Havoc ducked out of the way, snatched the lead pipe from Jericho and hit him over the head with it! Havoc then hit a diving double-foot stomp and hooked the leg – 1... 2... Wes Ikeda interrupted the count! Ikeda hit Havoc with a neckbreaker, then dragged him to the corner, putting a trash can in front of the EBWF General Manager and setting him up for the Coast 2 Coast! Ikeda then walked to the adjacent turnbuckle and went to the top rope, but before he could hit the Coast 2 Coast, Braun Strowman climbed onto the ring apron and grabbed Ikeda! Ikeda tried to fight him off, but Strowman was too powerful for him. Strowman lifted Ikeda onto his shoulders then jumped off the ring apron, hitting a powerslam through the table!
Mauro Ranallo: MAMMA MIA!
Corey Graves: Braun Strowman might have just taken out both himself and Wes Ikeda!
Back in the ring, Jericho got to his feet, and saw Havoc in the corner with the trash can on his lap. Jericho ran at Havoc, going for a low dropkick, but Havoc rolled out of the way! Jericho connected with the trash can still, but Havoc was back on his feet, and he hit Jericho with a Death Valley Driver, then signalled for the Acid Rainmaker! Jericho stumbled to his feet, and Havoc hit it! He hooked the leg and the referee counted – 1... 2... 3!
Mauro Ranallo: It's over! Jimmy Havoc wins the match, and quite fittingly at a show named after him, Havoc is the man celebrating at the end of the night!
Corey Graves: He's exactly where he wants to be... the center of attention!
Havoc continued to celebrate himself as the show went off the air.