MPW Management Is Scared of Mr. Intensity!
Massive Damage’s days as the MPW Heavyweight champion are numbered. And he knows it.
Everyone at the June 5th show saw me pin him fair and square right in the middle of the ring. The senior referee, Kevin, counted the pinfall: 1 – 2 – 3. He even awarded me the title. It’s only through the actions of MPW’s biased commissioner, El Nino, that I’m not the MPW Heavyweight champion today. That’s typical of the current MPW management. They’ve coddled their paper champion for far too long — protecting him from title contenders who are a legitimate threat and granting title shots to lesser contenders.
Total Turmoil was a perfect example. I arrived at the arena expecting to take the title belt from Massive in a Taped Fist match. Instead, I’m informed by MPW Owner, Nelson Mayer, because of my actions at the June show, he’s taking my title shot away and putting me in the tag team tournament instead. He says the actions he is referring to were spitting on a kid and using a foreign object to hit Massive Damage. But I know what he’s really talking about — he saw me pin Massive Damage and then raise the title belt over my head as the new MPW Heavyweight Champion and it scared him. He didn’t like it one bit. So he had Nino, as the commissioner, reverse the decision and then went backstage and wiped the sweat off his brow.
And then, at the end of Total Turmoil, he has Nino challenge me to a match at Summer Scorcher! MPW management is in a flat panic. They are trying anything and everything to keep me away from the title that has been rightfully mine since June 5th. (Makes me wonder what they’re going to throw at me next.) But that tactic’s only going to work for so long. Sooner or later, MPW management is going to have to relent and Massive Damage is going to have to step in the ring with Mr. Intensity and defend his title.
And on that day, MPW will be forever changed.