Zyliss' Thoughts: I truly was happy to see the camera crew there. As much as those bastards bother a guy at the most inconveniant times, it is kinda conveniant having them around even when you don't want them to be. But I guess that's the life of a main-eventer. I really ain't in the mood to cut a promo because I'm hungry dammit. A cheeseburger sounds really good right now.
Zyliss: You're just in time.
I had to show them my feat. I was too proud to not show off what I had done and I couldn't help but want to do it. Fries would be good too.
Zyliss: Watch the display very carefully.
I stepped onto the digital scale that I had set down in front of me and watched as the camera focused on the display. Oh yeah, 325 pounds baby. I had managed to hit my target weight- or at least got in the general vicinity of it. I was actually aiming for 335 so that I could outweigh Avenger, but hell, I guess I just didn't eat enough pizza's. Mmm... pizza.
Zyliss: I have to admit, I'm rather proud of myself. I said I was going to gain weight this week and that's exactly what I did. I'm only 5 pounds shy of Avenger's weight now. Pity, I bet he was looking forward to kicking my ass again. But wait, that can't be right can it? Last time we met in the ring, it was Avenger that walked out the loser. So let's see... that means what? Oh, we're one to one. I guess it's become a 2 out of 3 challenge now. So, whoever walks away the winner this time well, that's it.
Now it was time to get serious. I hate being serious, I really do because it takes the fun out of this business. But it seems like when you're facing guys like Eternity and Avenger, being serious is the only way they'll even listen to you and if you're lucky, you just might get through to them. I wonder if Burger King has chocolate smoothies.
Zyliss: Avenger, are you really ignorant enough to believe that I requested this match? Or any of our other tag matches for that matter? Hell no I didn't! I requested man to man matches between us two, and I only did that once. One on one where only the true talent of a wrestler can be seen. But it didn't happen like that. I never really wanted to team with Shadow, or Cross- but I put up with it and why? Because it's all part of the plan. The plan that the Aggression Pact has for the rest of the UWN. And I'll be damned if I'm gonna let my own desires get in the way of that. Why? Because once we have complete control of this place, and we will, it's going to be wrestlers like you and Eternity in the curtain jerker matches. Hell, I wouldn't be surprised if Japhy throws your pathetic asses way down into the depths of the show, wrestling dark matches again. All you do is bitch about how you're sick of Japhy and his bullshit and this and that and blahblahblahfuckingblah. Do us all a favor and just shut your mouth, do what you're told to do and not bitch about it like a woman. You think I'm thrilled about having to face you for the 3rd week in a row? I'm not any more thrilled about it than you are; but once again I put up with it.
Honestly Avenger, Eternity, and even you DT... we're all one in the same. We're all singles wrestlers. It wasn't until I came to the UWN that I was actually in a tag match. Back in the indy circuit it was all me and my opponent- not once did I take part in a tag match. But this isn't the indy circuit anymore- it's the big time and I'm willing to make the sacrifices. There's nothing I love more than competing man to man in the middle of the ring, but if this is for the better of the Aggression Pact, I'll do it.
That wasn't a lie. As much as I want to personally succeed, I had made a business deal with Japhy Ryder. And if a man's word is his bond, then I'm stuck with that decision. I'll live up to the consequences, whether they be good or bad. Taco's sound good too.
Zyliss: You both say that you're not impressed with my performance in the gym? You have the nerve to insinuate that the gym I was at was actually a studio and that the 365 pounds I was benching was simply a fake bar? Explain how the thought even entered your mind. Honestly, I'd love to hear it. Because what I did in the gym was no more fake than Jürgen Schult's world record of a 243 foot discus throw. It was no more fake than Randy Barnes' world record of 75 feet, 10 and a quarter inches for a shot put throw. It was no more fake than John Evans ability to balance 101 bricks, totaling a weight of 416 pounds, on his head. And I can't remember who, but there was a man a couple of years ago that did attempt and perform a successful 24 hour workout. What do all these people have to do with anything, and what do they have in common, you may ask? They are all focused. They knew what they had to do and they did it. The same applies to my feat this week. I knew exactly what I had to do, I focused myself and I did what I set out to do. If you're not impressed with that, then that's your own damn problem. Fact of the matter is I didn't put on weight to even the odds and I sure as hell didn't do it to impress anybody- I did it for myself. I wasn't happy with being considerably small for my height and body frame, so I solved the problem. I knew I could do it and I did. Just as Rated R and myself know we have what it takes to beat the likes of you two, I knew I could get bigger.
JobBoy Zyliss? The true sign of fear. If nothing else gives fear away, it's name-calling. Sure, I've called you a nit-picking bitch and a woman Avenger, but there was actually truth to those statements. Because just like a woman, you do bitch and nit-pick about anything and everything. Despite that wonderful little game face you had on, I could see the fear in your eyes. And don't deny it Avenger. You aren't going to fool anybody with a typical "I'm not scared of anybody" bit, because even the best of the best doubt themselves. It's not something anybody can control because there's always going to be that little voice in the back of your mind asking yourself "What if I really do lose?" Most people ignore it, others listen, and others just don't have a clue. I tell ya what Avenger, I may be a "JobBoy" but at least I'm not ashamed to admit it. At least I'm not ashamed to admit when I've lost. But you, you just can't handle loss. You can't handle it because in your mind there's nobody better than you, but the truth of the matter is that I know wrestlers that would beat you without breaking a sweat. Wrestlers that would put your career to an end and not have a second thought about it. I'm not going to bother naming names, because they're wrestlers that have decided to stick to the indy circuit because the indy circuit is actually something to enjoy participating in. Not that the big time isn't any fun, but let's face it, at least you don't have to worry about the entire world watching you in the indy circuit.
Okay, let's face it, I've done enough talking about Avenger. It's just that it's hard to not explain everything I do or hear or say. I've always prided myself on justifying my actions; and on shit-talking. I'm not that good at it in the UWN yet, but I'm getting there. I wonder what Greek food is like... never had that.
Zyliss: And Eternity... well, you can just kiss my ass. Talentless piece of bone and meat? I've always needed someone to carry me? I don't know who the hell you think you are Eternity, or who you think you'd like to be, but the fact of the matter is, as I've said a hundred times before, you don't know anything about me except what I've done since I've come to the UWN. You may be some kind of God to the UWN fans out there, but you're a nobody to me. You're just another wrestler waiting for that perfect moment to get what you think you deserve. I know my opinion doesn't matter to you but I have just as much the right to think what I will of you as you do me, and honestly I don't give a damn if my opinion matters to you. I'm a parasite? Look in the mirror, because if anybody's a parasite it's you. I'm not the one bitching all the time about the bullshit. I'm not the one complaining every time a camera is nearby about how this business just isn't fair anymore. Granted, anything "unfair" hasn't happened to me but you know what, even if it did, I'd deal with it and move on. Bottom line, shit happens. You can't control it.
And sorry to disappoint you, but I didn't need anyone to carry me through my match with Cocaine. I didn't need anyone to carry me through my match with Ash. I didn't need anyone to carry me through my match with Cyrus. And I sure as hell didn't need anybody to carry me through the past 3 weeks in which I've been involved in tag matches against you IWF pieces of shit. When I step foot in that ring, I perform to the best of my ability and that's more than enough for me. What makes you think that I give a damn whether or not you consider me a "bad wrestler"? You're pathetic. You think your opinion matters to everybody in the world and yet, it seems the only person it matters to is yourself. You want to be a babyface? You want to please the fans? Fine with me, but just to give you a tip as a man that watched you during your days in the XWA- the fans don't want to see some crying little bitch complain about every unjust and unfair thing that happens to him. Yeah, you heard me right. I used to admire you- but that was when you were actually worth something.
That wasn't a lie either. I truly did look up to Eternity when I was still in the indy circuit and watching him in action in the XWA. He was a man that had accomplished so much back then; but my following thoughts on the man are just as true as my admiration for him used to be. Spaghetti?
Zyliss: After going head-to-head with you I realize that you're no better than anybody that's ever set foot in that ring. I'd go as far to say that even Cocaine is worth more than you are in the ring. At least he's not bitching. He sees his name on the card every week and that's plenty for him- he does what he has to do and moves on. But you, you dwell on anything and everything and it sickens me. You know why I seem to "perform terribly" when I get in the ring with the likes of you and Avenger? Because being so close to the whiniest pair of bitches I've ever seen makes me sick to my stomach. I wish I'd stop being put into these tag matches against you just as much as you do because at least then I'd be in the ring with an opponent that's not a whiner.
Okay, blood pressure rising. Time to kick it down a notch. I hate getting worked up like this but damn, one thing I'm passionate about is having opponents that concentrate on the task in front of them, not all the bastardly things that have happened to them or what they want because none of that shit matters to me. They talk about it like I care or something. I want a lot of things too, like a medium-rare T-bone steak!
Zyliss: But that's okay. I'm going into that ring at Chaos, and win or lose, I'm walking out with my head held high. Because as soon as our match is over, I'm going back to the bottom of the card where the competitors are at least curteous enough to not bother me with all the bullshit that's happening to them. They may not be main eventers but god dammit, at least they're not whiners.
See you at Chaos.
And that was that. The camera crew left and I pulled my shoes on. I had more to say but I figured that everything I'd said was enough. Besides it's hard to remember everything you want to say when food is the only thing you can think about. Perhaps some chicken gizzards and a beer will suffice for now.