But, it wasn't all bad. It was my very own client, Celtic Kid, who pinned Ry Lloyd in their tag match. Ry Lloyd was stupid enough to pick Ajax as his partner, while I made a huge misjudgement of character by picking Welsh Dragon as Celtic Kid's partner. At the end of the match, Byson came out to get his revenge on Ajax for Ajax screwing him out of the gauntlet match at The Big One Chapter 3 in August. It was less than what Ajax truly deserves, but Welsh Dragon felt sorry for his little brother, and jumped into the ring to save him. Welsh Dragon, I hope you're reading this, because you've just made the biggest mistake of your life. No one messes with the Chambers' Family, and no one messes with Byson.
Ajax you were talking big before the show, but you should have kept your words soft and sweet, because you had to eat them at Season's Beatings, but hey, I guess he doesn't mind, as long as he's eating. And now you two think you can take us on? Well you have to get up very early in the morning to outsmart the Smartest Man in Wrestling, to out-wrestle the Celtic Kid, to out-power the Man Stronger than Gravity G-Force, and to out-monster the demon Byson. You think I'm afraid? It's you two who should be quaking in your boots.
But the highlight of the show, for me, was the main event. First of all, the show opened with Jack Union beating Matt Burns in just three seconds to earn a contract which guaranteed a shot at the Welsh Title whenever and wherever he wanted. After champion Ace Jordan won an elimination four-way-dance against Keith the Destroyer and Sons of Silence members Tiny and Tommy Hayden, Jack Union cashed in his contract, and beat Ace Jordan, again in record time, to become the new CCW Champion of Wales, oh I do love happy endings.