– The Void – Pete Moriarty –
Pete Moriarty is walking around backstage and actually exits a building to find The Void just sort of walking around aimlessly in the car park of Bondi Beach Bar & Grill as Pete approaches him.
“Listen I am not here to talk about last month, at the end of the day you got the three count. Ropes or no ropes, but I just wanted to inform you that next month we will need a decisive winner for the SSW World Championship, we need to have a Champion declared. So next month your match will be an Aussie Rules Match. Meaning there is no count-out, no disqualification. The only way to win is Pinfall or Submission. Understand?”
The Void hasn’t stopped pacing around Pete who was forced to turn around just so he could address the dishevelled wrestler.
“I won last month, that’s what I did. I did that, it is what I will do next month. Do you know what that means? That means I will have that title around my waist. It doesn’t matter who wins tonight, it doesn’t matter if you are a milkman or if you are a fireman. Just like it didn't matter if you were a possum. It doesn’t matter if the rules change, it doesn’t matter if there are Australian Rules. I am going to win Peter, I am going to be your champion.”
– Molokai Milk – VS – Trey Tallman –
Milk seemed to be enjoying being back in Australia and in the beach side town of Bondi as he made his way out to cheers from the audience. Certainly after his stint with RAW it was a special occasion seeing him return back to not only Australia but up close with the audience like this. Certainly a reason why a few extra fans showed up tonight.
Meanwhile “Ice T” Trey Tallman lived up to his name and with a very serious demeanour and acted cool as “Ice”. The reaction for the local firefighter wasn’t nearly as loud, but he didn’t care he was getting in the ring to fight, to win the fight and to make a challenge for the SSW World Championship. This was his opportunity.
The match itself was pretty evenly paced without being too incredibly special. Molokai Milk impressed against his opponent and once securely gaining the upper hand would pander to the crowd a little to get them involved. That is when Tallman would get a chance to turn things back into his favour and show off some of his nasty strikes and a surprising snap suplex against Molokai Milk. Trey actually performed better than expected against Milk, but the writing was on the wall since the match was booked. Molokai Milk was able to hit the Hawaiian Hammer (Discus Elbow) to seal the win.
– Craig Stuart – Ollie Freedman – Scott Hickey –
"There we have it folks, this now confirms our Main Event next month, and it is for the Sunny Shore Wrestling World Championship and we will see Molokai Milk face off against The Void."
"Not only that, it will be an Aussie Rules match meaning that we will not leave, until one man walks out with the Championship."
"That is right, and it will be The Void. He was much more impressive in his match, and like he said. No Milkman can beat The Void. So go on back to Hawaii."
"You're an idiot Hickey."