This was supposed to be the inaugural match for King of Jobbers Title, but John WICHTer here decided he would be the one to "give it to" Mr. X right in the tyrants with a Brass Knuckle, and the title was not awarded due to the disqualification victory.
*****. That's five, count 'em FIVE delicious Meltzer flakes. Woulda been six if it was in the Tokyo Dome.
This one is a classic. The heart of Battler was showcased fully, and it propelled him to stardom. While the fight was expected to be a forgettable match of Jobbler, and the newcomer being destroyed by The Therapy, this turned into one of the best matches in TFR history. The match lasted 30 minutes, and saw Battler take 3 Boulder Punches from Chris. This marked Battler as the first wrestler to ever stand back up after a Boulder Punch. Both Battler, and Phoenix were being slaughtered, but dealt back as much damage as Chris, and The Rapist were dealing. When both Chris and Phoenix were bloody and hurt, Chris pushed Phoenix into a corner and just stared him in the eyes, and the moment he moved, shot a 300km/h Boulder Punch to his face. When attempting the pin, all hell broke loose; at 2, Battler tried to stop them but TheRapist jumped on his face; at 3, a desperate Saihara slided into the ring, grabbed Ref's leg, and yoinked him out, saving his team. After a grueling fight, Phoenix was put in a submission, and tapped out, giving Chris, and The Rapist the victory. This match marks the turning point for Battler, and solidified the Mystery Masters in TFR history, while also showing the great teamwork between Chris, and The Rapist.