Winner (Fall 1): Paramecium
Dangerzone - 7 ICON TV - 6
Fall 2 of 3 - Submission Fall
After gaining the psychological and numbers advantage, Paramecium began showing a side of himself we rarely ever see. His technical side. Paramecium put on a great hold-for-hold contest but he was no match for the technical wizardry of the T.W.O.'s best submission wrestler. Trapped in the figure four and knowing there was no escape, Paramecium tapped out, with the hopes that he still had enough left in him to win the third fall.
Winner (Fall 2): Scott Thunder
Dangerzone - 7 ICON TV - 7
Fall 3 of 3 - TKO Fall
After gaining a second wind, Paramecium came back with some impressive maneuvers and Scott Thunder showcased his truly dark side.
Both men fought the most intense and violent matchup of their careers.
After intense punishment including: being busted open, powerbombed onto barbed-wire chairs, and hit with a Wrestlemania chair (yes, an actual chair from Wrestlemania) Paramecium was unable to answer the 10-count.
The CEO of T.W.O. Entertainment, the man who started it all in 1997, had been defeated by his arch rival Scott Thunder and ICON TV had been declared the premium brand in all of backyard wrestling.
It was an amazing turn of events which proved that over the past 7 years, anything can and has happened in the T.W.O.!!!
Winner (Fall 3): Scott Thunder
Dangerzone - 7 ICON TV - 8
After the match, a bloody and unconscious Paramecium was rolled over about to be carried out of the backyard when Scott Thunder walked up to him. Picked him up and helped him walk his way out of the T.W.O. and into backyard wrestling history.
Even after all the punishment he'd dished out, Scott Thunder had given Paramecium an honorable defeat and (at the same time) proven himself as the rightful man to retire the World Heavyweight Championship.