Backstage, Borash hyped the I Quit match and interviewed James Storm, who said he’s been the star maker over the last couple months. Storm said he made Gunner and his daddy a star. He said just as he made a star, he can break a star. He said he would make Gunner say I Quit. Storm said Gunner will find out that sooner or later God will cut you down. A video package recapped their feud.
Gunner vs. James Storm in an I Quit match
Early in the match, Storm sent Gunner crashing into the guardrail. Gunner went under the ring and pulled out a trashcan and a kendo stick. Storm attacked him before he could use the weapons. The ref checked with Gunner and Gunner said “no, no.” Storm jabbed a chair into Gunner’s gut and then slammed it over his back. Storm and Gunner traded trash can shots to the head. Storm won the battle, but Gunner picked up the trash can lid and slammed it over Storm’s head to win the trash can war. Gunner charged at Storm, who moved, causing Gunner to crash into the corner.
Storm performed a DDT off the ring apron that drove Gunner’s head into part of the ring steps. Gunner once again refused to quit. Storm pulled out a beer bottle and slammed it over Gunner’s head. The crowd chanted for one more beer. Gunner bled from the forehead and again yelled “Noooo!”
Storm whipped Gunner with a belt. “Piss off,” Gunner said when the referee put the mic in his face. Storm knocked Gunner down with a Last Call super kick. “Never,” Gunner told the referee. Gunner came back and hit multiple F5′s. He set up the extra piece of railing onto two chairs in the ring, and then superplexed Storm onto the railing. Gunner picked up a shard of glass and held it over Storm’s face. “Say it!” Gunner yelled at Storm. He teased driving the glass into Storm’s head and apparently Storm quit.
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