At the Tip 'N' Tap in Chatham, Kent, England, the fans have become rabid, following their own code on who to cheer and who to boo. But regardless, they will see something never before seen. Matches never before seen anywhere before.
"Perfection" Thomas Steele will face off against Kagerro "Jade Razor" Kuriyama to finally settle their differences in a Chaos Rules Match.
On Crossfire, Buzz Stone finally vacated the Trans-Atlantic Championship, after Johnny Royal was holding two championships. However, it will not stay vacated for long as a triple threat match has been set for Sweet Dreams to crown a new champion. Two competitors know each other very well, because they are long term partners and cousins...the two members of the Ruff Ryders, who are having a crisis in their friendship as of late, which culminated when Kelley nailed Deppe "accidently" with a chair on Crossfire. However, the third member of this match adds a whole other degree, as it is former World Heavyweight Champion, Sean Cain. The three men will do battle in a triple threat match where the winner will walk out as the new Trans-Atlantic Champion.
In a match that the fans have been clamoring for since the two squared off against one another in the Irish Battle Royal, we will finally see Antonino Romano pitted against Mimic, however, it will not be in just any match, as they will do battle against one another inside a Ricochet Cage Match. Four sides of steel that is only meant for one purpose...to punish your opponent.
And in the main event, former friends face off against one another as Johnny Royal defends his World Heavyweight Championship against Adam Heaton. These two men are considered two of the top wrestlers in Ricochet, and who is the best is something often debated. After Sweet Dreams, there will be no more debate as two men walk into that ring, but only will walk out with the World Title.
Plus the debut of the new Crossfire theme song, performed by the band live and in person.
***CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE***
(Mimic was released prior to this card, so Antonino Romano was added to the Trans-Continental Championship match)