Injodible was accompanied to the ring by El Guererro as his opponent Tyler Symz was brought to the ring by crowd favorite Chloe Reign.
Injodible’s arrogance and hatred for the crowd make for a dangerous combination inside of the ring. However, Chloe Reign seems to also give Tyler Symz the extra boost he needs to carry him into untapped gears down the homecoming stretch of a match.
With competition as fierce as Injodible, Symz needed every ounce of strength he could get. Injodible applied a range of resting holds, pushing the referee to the legal counting limit and sometimes even beyond.
Throughout the entire match, the crowd was hot for fan-favorite Tyler Symz. Symz used a combination of power and gracefulness, even for a man of his size. As he shouted his signature phrase “it’s over” and signified to the crowd that his trademark springboard move was coming, El Guererro made his way to the apron and attacked Symz without the referees’ knowledge. The PR Mafia then distracted the ref as Injodible regathered himself.
Injodible then secured a pinfall over Symz. As the bell rung, Chloe Reign pled her case to the referee that he missed a critical call in the ring.
WWWA President Dino Sanna was watching the match backstage and had enough. He came out and restarted the match from where it left off. Symz then hit a high impact cutter on Injodible and won the match via pinfall.
The PR Mafia then came out and ruthlessly attacked Symz on the corner of the ring. Chloe Reign called for reinforcements and MalHavok and Roadblock came to the ring, steel chairs in hand, to protect their new friend.
Something tells us that this won’t be the last time that we see Injodible try to sneak his way into an undeserved victory. As long as Tyler Symz is accompanied by Chloe Reign, his chances to climb to the top of the wrestling world are vastly increased.