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Where is "The Big Sky"?



Announcer.....
Momento ago, we heard "Tuxedo" Tuffy Dossman, made the announcement.
Moments ago, a quieted hush, went across the locker room area.Moments ago, a. One sided coin was flipped, and what was in store delighted the fans, but it rocked the foundations of this company. "The Red-Eyed Stranger"
Will ceromoniest forfeit the World's Championship, to regain it again in Ceromony, because a member of management believes the crown has been tainted. He believes for the record books, his interest and those he represents need assistance, from the hohhup's about his job importance to be he company, well they went along with it. And in stipulation do, neither man can have contact with the other.
If either man takes liberty, the man who reacts first will, be.fined or forfeit. It will go in the recordbook as title change twice. Each man to be seconded by 5 members of there Talus team, who all act in the favor of there representing. It heat, and slot of it here, and this exchange will probably add to it.!

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All done without his theme music, a song the fans love. The strings of the lyre will be measured for tention!

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on August 09, 2021

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A sythersizers a bass, percussion horns strings and a tenor announcer nces the Red-Eyed Stranger with song! A team to rally behind him. An objective. Men with purpose and pride. A company with one title divided among two men. Cowboy Hats and Angry men! more…

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