Amy Harrison has just finished watching what Xander Hayes has had to say about their match. Once it’s over, Amy is seen with a look of bewilderment on her face.
Harrison: What the hell did I just watch?
Amy tries to shake the proverbial cobwebs out of her head.
Harrison: I think I just lose 20 IQ points while watching that.
Amy just shakes her head and gets herself back in the zone.
Harrison: So, Mr. Hayes. I just happened to hear what you had to say about me, and let’s just say that it sounds a bit ……….. familiar.
Amy scratches her head about that.
Harrison: I’m not saying that you have to steal someone else’s material and that you can’t think for yourself, but just look at some of the stuff that you’ve said about me.
She cracks her knuckles.
Harrison: You say you don’t know much about me, nor do you care? Sounds like something I would say. Hell, I could say the exact same thing about you.
She rolls her eyes at that comment
Harrison: You say you don’t care about who I am? Ditto to you.
Amy brushes off her shoulders.
Harrison: I’m hearing all of the stuff that you’re saying and it sounds like you graduated from the ‘Amy Harrison school of how to act like a bitch’, because let's face it, you sound like a bitch.
Amy smirks, seemingly not caring about what her opponents think about her.
Harrison: Now, I know that someone might try to spin that around and try to say that “Oh, she called herself a bitch, she admits it” and all that crap.
Again, she rolls her eyes at the comment.
Harrison: Well, guess what? I’m proud that I’m a good for nothing bitch! You honestly believe that this is all a show or something? Oh, no no no.
Amy waves her finger.
Harrison: I tell stuff like it is, I don’t sugar coat anything, I tell you exactly what you need to hear right to your face, whether you like it or not. Now, if that makes me a bitch, then so be it, because I’m not changing for anyone!
Amy shakes her head no. She doesn’t want to change.
Harrison: But I’m getting off subject here, lets get back to you, shall we?
Amy walks around in circles before speaking.
Harrison: See, you say you don’t know much about me and don’t really care, well you should care about me! Though, on the other hand, I don’t think you deserve anything, let alone my care and attention.
Amy adjusts herself
Harrison: For one thing, what the hell do you do to your hair? You look like someone that got sneezed on twenty times in a minute and you thought “I’ll leave my hair like this, it might be a good look”.
She gets a look of disgust on her face.
Harrison: But then again, with the way you’re presenting yourself as the “crazy guy” of the UTA, I can see why you would try to give yourself that reputation.
Harrison: It’s pretty obvious, though. You know you can’t win here, so you try to distract everyone that pays attention to you with other stuff. You try not to let anyone know that you’re bad in the ring by coming out with your sneeze hair.
She keeps on having that smirk on her face.
Harrison: Just face facts, you are just trying to talk me down to make yourself feel better about yourself. I mean, what good things have you got going for you now? At first glance, it doesn’t look like you have a whole lot.
She taps her chin
Harrison: Well, except for a stupid teddy bear.
Amy rolls her eyes
Harrison: Seriously, I saw you with that thing and I wasn’t sure if that was supposed to be part of your schtick or that you are actually a kid whose body has outgrown the head!
She doesn’t get it. She really doesn’t.
Harrison: There’s a part of me who isn’t sure whether you should be beaten up or locked up.
She keeps on rubbing her head
Harrison: But since I’m obligated to face you in the ring, I gotta do my job and try to knock some sense into your empty head.
Makes some slapping gestures
Harrison: You say it’s time for the insanity to grow? I think it’s time to put you out of your misery, and give you a bit of a reality check.
Amy stands up and holds two fingers.
Harrison: I’m going to give you one of two options. You can either wake up, put your big boy pants on and be a man, or you can still be the gross little thing that you are now.
She walks away before turning back.
Harrison: Either way, at this coming Victory, you’re going to fall to me