The Mecha Godzilla Series: Mega Job v. nWo Elite (part 1)
This is the first part of the "Mecha Godzilla" series. I came up with this idea because I felt weird at the time and wanted to have a match that started at one point in the show and then continued through other matches within the show.
This is the (near) exact conversation Bort and I had:
CMPunkIsMyIdol: Mega Job vs. nWo Elite, with Steve "turning" on Mega Job to join Ted E. Ruxpin, who does some kind of run-in
CMPunkIsMyIdol: and Codemaster & Waru vs. New York Matters
maikerenna: Can I have Mega Job v. nWo Elite just take a turn for the weird and they have to team up to stop Mecha Godzilla from destroying Beaverton?
maikerenna: I'm feeling a little weird today.
Bort was a champion for agreeing to this.
"Super Bon Bon" by Soul Coughing began to play. This obviously meant that Mega Job was joining us for their crazy antics. However, when Mega Job walked out, El Janito was looking around all nervously. Beef was, for some reason, armed with a potato launcher, and Steve... well, Steve didn't look like he cared too much.I don't know where the hell the potato launcher came from.
After Mega Job entered the ring, "Groove Is In The Heart" by Dee Lite began to play, and out came Mongo. Mongo held Kevin Greene's leesh, and generally speaking was dragging him to the ring since Greene LOST the Wominternopean Jobberweight Title at Worst of the Worst last month. Neverthless, when nWo Elite entered the ring, they overheard Mega Job having an argument.
"I'm telling you, Beef! I saw him! I saw Mecha Godzilla!" Janito whined.
"Oh, hush, you. Why the hell would Mecha Godzilla bother coming to Beaverton?"
And then, suddenly, the roof of the Bingo Hall was LITERALLY torn apart, because pint-sized(which was still a good story and a half tall) Mecha Godzilla had just jumped through the roof and landed in the eighteenth and nineteenth rows of the Bingo Hall.And yet, the Bingo Hall would be mysteriously repaired by the time of WAZ II.
"Oh no!" Mongo shouted, "It's Mecha Godzilla!"
Mongo looked around, and then added, "...Bay-ba?"Anything Mongo says is gibberish unless he says "bay-ba" at the end. This is a joke I picked up from Bort when Mongo and Greene challenged Waru for the unified Jobberweight and Janitorweight titles.
El Janito jumped in Beef's arms and screamed like a girl.
Kevin Greene jumped in Mongo's arms and probably would have pooped all over Mongo had Mongo not immediately dropped him. Beef, in turn, also dropped El Janito. Then he looked over at Mongo.
"We have to put aside all of our differences and fight off Mecha Godzilla if we hope to make the fWEo safe for our children." Beef said.
"MONGO wants to know if we ever had any differences, bay-ba." Mongo said.
"And EL JANITO wants to know if we'll ever have children." Janito added.Beef is usually very dramatic, in a bad sort of way, which would've foreshadowed his directorial gimmick had he not been doing that in fWo at this exact same time.
Mongo usually spoke of himself in the third person in our fed, so Janito did that to mock him.
"Oh, shut up and help me fight Mecha Godzilla!" Beef said, as he exited the ring. Janito shrugged and groaned, and pulled out a pair of Jobberangs before he exited the ring. Mongo grabbed Kevin Greene's leash and dragged him out of the ring, before arming himself with a sheet of paper and a 2x4 that he probably stole from "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan's 2x4 collection.
The referee, not knowing what to do, simply called for the next match to be called until these idiots could come back to the ring.