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A lone announcer stands in the center of the ring, preparing to call the night’s first challenger from the alliance’s roster of wrestlers. As his voice booms, the house lights drop. Pulsating intro music builds until it ricochets off the rafters and through the crowd. After the wrestlers wade past fans, they clamber into the ring, rile up the masses, stare each other down, and accuse one another of looking like an australopithecus. Then the match begins, and body slams, piledrivers, and high-flying leg drops descend onto the mat in a program that includes several matches and a main event.
Currently, “Sexy” Shawn Sanders wears the heavyweight championship belt, having defeated Al Farat in a cage match in February. The pink, studded women’s championship belt strutted away with Jessie Belle Smothers when she took down Starr after running the gamut in a single-elimination tournament last month. And the dithering tag-team title belt has swapped waistlines several times this year alone, with the Benitez Brothers always in contention thanks to their impressive sibling sense to prognosticate flying chairs or airborne brussels sprouts.