The 6th Level of Hate was nothing short of hell on earth for both Adam Pearce and Colt Cabana. These two men have fought all around the country and last night the blood feud continued in one of the oldest and most famous matches in professional wrestling history; the Texas Death Match. For those unfamiliar of the rules, here’s a quick summary. First, there are no disqualifications, no count outs, and no submissions. Second, you must beat your opponent badly enough to pin him for a three count. Seems easy enough, but once the pin fall occurs, he then has 10 seconds to make it to his feet. The brutality necessary to keep a man the size of Cabana or Pearce down for nearly 20 seconds was going to have to be insane…and it was more than that. The match started with blows and from that they went all OVER the arena. They went into the bleachers at which one point Pearce fell down about 15 rows of bleachers. They used the rows of chairs as bowling pins, knocking each other thru all four rows of seats. Each man trying desperately to get a pin fall but for what seemed to be 20 minutes, they were at a stand still. Finally, Colt Cabana hit a superplex and his moonsault on Pearce. After the completion of the 3 count, fellow member of the family Stone, Morty Lipschitz came out to attempt to distract the referee, however, Colt Cabana held him off, while that was going on Cedric The Hitman came in and helped Adam to stop to the count. Cedric was fought off by Colt, by which point, Adam had gotten to his knees and attempted to light something on fire. It did not work, Cabana blocked it and there was a struggle. Cabana then attempted to light the same object on fire to no avail. Finally, after much struggle, Pearce light the object on fire engulfing Cabana’s head and neck in flames. Pearce pinned Cabana and the entire WCWC lockeroom came out to check on the burned man. Pearce fought them all off of and getting the referee to complete the 10 count before Cabana could get to his feet. The winner, Adam Pearce, which forces a 7th Level of Hate. This had to have been one of the top 5 matches I have ever seen live.
Jay Stone who was the referee for the epic battle between “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce and Colt “Boom- Boom” Cabana for Stage 6 of the 7 Levels of Hate.