Sumiko and SK are in the mat room having a bit of a debate over who the better wrestler is. Sumiko feels like anything SK can do, she can do better. SK doesn’t quite agree with that. However, their conversation is suddenly interrupted by none other than Ziva Fey, of FWR fame. Ziva has clearly lost her way, as she taps Sleeperkid on the shoulder and tells him and Sumiko that they have to leave, because she’s rented the room, otherwise she’ll call the owner.
Sleeperkid and Sumiko agree to leave, not wanting any trouble, only to decide just a few steps away that Ziva would serve as the perfect practice dummy for them to settle who the better wrestler really is. They turn back to deliver two bits of bad news to Ziva. One, SK is the owner of the room and Sumiko is about to knock her out with a sleeper hold, which Sumiko does on cue.
What follows is a series of KOs where SK and Sumiko try to outdo each other, completely destroying the visiting jobber in the process. The contest is pretty close, SK is clearly stronger, Sumiko is clearly more agile and acrobatic. The only one who is really defeated in all this is obviously Ziva. Who is nearly turned into a ragdoll while Sumiko and SK work on their issues.
In the end, Sumiko claims victory after a drop kick KO and SK doesn’t fight her on that too much, admitting that he can’t do a drop kick. Sumiko takes her victory pose over the destroyed Ziva Fey. That’s when it suddenly becomes clear why SK didn’t fight Sumiko on her calm to victory, as he attacks Sumiko during her victory pose and KOs her with a sleeper.
He then wrecks Sumiko with a couple of piledrivers, and then finishes things off by returning to the broken Ziva, who’s been catching a nap in the background this whole time, picking her up and piledriving her into Sumiko. SK caps things off with a 10 count pin on both girls and then leaves them in a nice little body pile.
High kick to the face
“Code of Silence”
Small Package Piledrivers
Ceiling hold / Dragon sleeper
Tombstones Ziva into Sumiko’s belly for the final KO
Length: 27 min