Match two of Extravaganza featured the returning Miraculous King and 2015 Rookie of the Year winner Chris Evans.
Before the match could actually start, the Miraculous King wanted to inform all the fans of Evans’ real beef against him.
King claimed that Evans has always disliked him because he was simply jealous of King’s numerous accomplishments, one being King’s wrestling’s ability. King stated that if Evans hadn’t quit the multiple times he did he probably would’ve been as great as himself. After hearing this in the back, Evans stormed the ring.
Evans didn’t waste anytime attacking King for the past and present. Evans was so feed up with King that he didn’t allow King to get out of his entrance attire.
After beating King out his gear and shoving the Miraculous One back in the ring, Evans commenced to dishing out even more pain.
King quickly turned the ties on Evans by delivering some fancy moves of his own. King showed everyone that he wasn’t all talk.
As soon as the fans thought the end was near for Evans, Evans would turn the tides giving them a little hope.
As the action spilled out on the floor once more, Evans delivered a fall-a-way slam to King on the floor, but even with a move as devastating as that Evans still couldn’t finish King off.
King quickly turned the table once more by baiting Evans in and slamming the newcomer to the mat. King even tired utilizing the ropes but still couldn’t get the three count.
Just as Evans had become earlier, King became frustrated with trying to put Evans down. Evans wouldn’t die and the fans wouldn’t allow him to die.
After connecting with a superplex from the top ropes, Evans thought he had the match won, but King proved that he had more fight left. King battled back and nailed Evans with his finisher. At this point fans new it the match was over, but it wasn’t. Evans kicked out again!
King soon found himself locked in Evans’ Chris Cross finisher. King tired fighting the move off as long as he could, but the pain was just too much for King to handle.
King never tapped or said he quit, but King did pass out from the pain of the Chris Cross. Evans did it! Evans defeated King at the biggest show of the year, Extravaganza.