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Bassoon me flute!

Deacon "Back Alley" Bainez
Is a fictional character.
He is the Badluck Token.
Gone break a leg; don't let
the boo's get to you.
Tonight a throphy not to be
Proud of.

Rules are simple.
5 man battle royale.
when the first man's
out. Split into tandem
Tag. Man over the top
rope chooses the teams.
Winning team splits,
20 min. Falls count
Winner, meets the loser
Of the main event, who
Will meet the Champion
In a tagteam match.
A title match with a "good"
"Great" or best showing
Voted on by 21 peers. If
More than half vote "best"
The match will beamed a
Back Alley Brawl. Starting
With the contender up 1.
In a best best 2 out of 3
Gentlemen break a leg!

If the tally is under half
The match will be
30 minutes. No dq.
No countout!
Winner take all.

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Match for out of contention contenders!

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on December 13, 2021

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