Storyline The Peep Show Starring Drake Wolfe [LIVE]

Discussion in 'Internet Wrestling Titles' started by CM Punk, Feb 20, 2015.

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    As the Uprising video package ends, the camera zooms in the middle of the ring and we see the Peep Show set up with Christian in the middle of the ring. His World Heavyweight Championship is placed on a table as is his Tag-Team Championship title. His theme song fades away as he's about to speak.

    Christian: Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the return of the Peep Show!

    Crowd gives off mixed reaction and Christian chuckles to the reaction

    Christian: It's been a while since I've done this, so cut me some slack if I sound a little rusty. It's the first time in a year that I'm doing this show as your World Heavyweight Champion, but putting that aside because this isn't about me, this is about my guest tonight!

    Tonight's guest is one half of the tag-team of the year, the man who I beat to win the Tag-Team Championship, the man who shocked us all by stabbing the back of his best friend and the man who defeated Dat Kid two nights ago. Ladies and Gentlemen, give it up for, Drake Wolfe!
  2. *The lights slowly begin to dim until they completely fade out, and purple strobe lights start to emit from the stage. A single burst of thunder reverberates throughout the arena as white smoke starts to cloak the entire entrance way. Subsequently a video that depicts the calm before the storm begins to play on the titantron along with an a familiar theme.*

    *At the 00:48 second mark Drake emerges from the smoke with his back turned to the negative crowd, a couple of security guards accompanying him. A lone spotlight shines upon him as he spreads his arms out. He continues to walk backwards down the ramp before turning around(which reveals his #Kaizer4GM shirt) and climbs up on the right corner. Drake spreads his arms out once more and utters some derogatory remarks before settling in his chair.*
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  3. Christian: Drake, before we get started, we should probably acknowledge the elephant in the room. Not only for us, but for the crowd's sake so that they understand. I know we've got off on the wrong foot in the past and that's what it is. It's in the past. We've talked it over in the back two nights ago and all is good if we keep it on a professional level. We're both competitors and we both are wrestlers. We're here for one reason... and that's to be the best.

    Drake looks onto Christian and the crowd and nods to approval

    Christian: Before we get started onto bigger things, I can't but help to notice your #Kaizer4GM shirt. What's this all about?
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  4. Drake Wolfe: Recently the IWT has been run without a true leader. I myself have recognized Jonathan as the man in charge, but someone really needs to step up. I'm giving way to the new movement sparking up here within the IWT, one where you can sleep without getting into trouble. Know what I mean?
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  5. Christian: Alright alright alright, now back to business. So Drake... how did it feel to lose your IWT Tag-Team Championship by yours truly and my partner, Alias?
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  6. Drake Wolfe: I'm not going to sit here and lie to you for the sake of my good conscious, so I'm just going to say that it sucked. It sucked a lot, especially since I felt that we were on the cusp of finally achieving perfect synchronization. However, I can't say that it wasn't enlightening all the same because it was. While I might have lost a title that night it's given way to the bigger, better things for me within this company.
  7. Christian: You know, I feel like I had something to do with you snapping that night. I feel as my words got through to you when I said you've been along side with someone your entire career. I mean, you have had single matches, sure. But there has always been someone by your side. And now, for the first time in your career you are all alone. How do you feel about this career path choice so late in your career?
  8. Drake Wolfe: As much as I hate to admit it you were absolutely right. Whether it was Kid and Bourne by my side, or the likes of Midas, Frie, and Lee I've always had somebody else by my side throughout my entire career here within the IWT. I can't say that it was always a bad thing, but it just felt limited. I've never really had the experience that most competitors have to go through, breaking into this business and having to work your way up. And now I'm finally going through it for the very first time, I know that it's going to be an uphill battle but at the end of the day everyone is going to know exactly why I call myself the newly appointed King of the IWT.
  9. Christian: Two nights ago, you had probably one of the biggest matches in your career against Dat Kid.
    How did you feel going into that match? Were you nervous because you were against such a huge star?
  10. Drake Wolfe: It wasn't planned, none of it. Everything was in the moment, I didn't have time to prepare before going into the match. I didn't even have the time to let any of it sink in, all I could do was focus everything I had into the match and that's exactly what I did. It wasn't until I had my hand raised at the end of the match that I felt the impact of everything that just transpired.
  11. Christian: So beating the star that is Dat Kid. How did it feel?
  12. Drake Wolfe: Bittersweet knowing the fact that only a select few got to witness it, but that doesn't make it any less satisfying.
  13. Christian: Now I'm going to drop the bomb and lay the question down on what everyone has been wondering for the past two months. Why did you turn your back on your partner, Midas? You potentially ended his career, why would you do it?
  14. Drake Wolfe: That's the one question everyone wants to know, and I knew that you were going to bring it up. I've been somewhat radio silent about my actions since the Slammies, but it's been with good reason. You see, I've had this pent up frustration building within for quite sometime and it's just been eating me away. So when we lost the match I snapped, I couldn't control what I was doing but I was very aware of it. And I truly loved every minute of it, it just felt right. Had I not do what I did it would've been a matter of time before it could've been the other way around anyways, so I don't feel bad about it. Midas IS dead so everyone should accept that and move on like I have.
  15. Christian: Fans are saying that you sold out on your former partner, your former brother, Midas. What do you have to say about that?
  16. Drake Wolfe: It all depends on your definition of sold out, because if turning on your partner, your friend to focus fully on the unknown future hoping for an opportunity at something bigger that's NOT guaranteed then you're right, I did sell out. If I have to make a deal with upper management here and there to get what I want then so be it. At the end of the day it's all about me and I'm fully aware of it.
  17. Christian: What do you have to say to the critics who said that Midas was the bigger star or that Midas always outperformed, Drake? Does that stuff not get to you?
  18. Drake Wolfe: It's interesting to me that critics would even say that Midas was the better competitor, because last time I checked it takes two to be a team. If Midas had dipped his feet into the sport of tag team wrestling alone he would've gotten tossed aside within his first couple of weeks. It's just not possible, and I fail to see otherwise. He needed me just like I needed him at the time. As for Midas being a bigger star, that goes without saying. He was here since day one and he helped build this company into what it is, but the thing about stars is that they burn out. Always. That's why I'm not aiming to be a star, I'm aiming to be a legend. Legends are forever.
  19. Christian: Aren't you afraid that Midas might come back for revenge? I mean, you might have ended his career, but at this point, nothing is confirmed.
  20. Drake Wolfe: No, not at all. I made sure to inflict as much damage as possible, paralyzation would be the least of his worries. However, if by some miracle he did manage to return it wouldn't be a smart move. He'd be at 40% at best and it'd only allow me to finish the job once and for all. But for all intents and purposes, I truly believe that he is dead.
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