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Title: Yes, I've Lost My Mind
Featuring: Amy Harrison
Date: January 22nd, 2016
Location: Asheville, NC
Show: Victory XLVI

The scene starts with Amy Harrison staring intensely something off camera, the picture then pans to what she was staring at: a small teddy bear. The camera then zooms out to the two of them, apparently having a staring contest. When Amy finally blinks, she lets out a frustrated groan and knocks the bear over.

 

Harrison: The damn thing cheated.

 

She throws the thing right on the ground and pissed off.

 

Harrison: You see that right there? That’s what I think happened when Xander Hayes gets bored and has nothing better to do. He just sits there idly staring at his toys, without a thought going through his head.

 

She looks at the ground where the bear is.

 

Harrison: It’s kinda sad when you think about it.

 

Amy smirks a bit.

 

Harrison: You know, I’ve been thinking about this match quite a bit, and I thought that in order to really prepare for this match, I would have to think outside the box, and into the mind of my opponent, which would explain that thing down there.

 

Amy points at the bear that’s on the floor.

 

Harrison: But then I thought that if I was to do that for too long, than I would lose my mind. But then again, you’ve lost yours long ago, haven’t you?

 

Amy taps her head.

 

Harrison: That’s fine, it’s your life, you do whatever you want. But, I really, really hope that in that empty mind of yours, that you’re not trying to just brush me off to the side as if I’m not a threat, because that is a mistake that too many people have made.

 

That was a shot to the ones that she defeated.

 

Harrison: Here’s the thing that you might not have realised. I’m not taking you lightly. Believe me, I’ve gone face to face with a lot of mad people in my time.

 

She doesn’t know how many times she has went with someone that was crazy.

 

Harrison: Hell, I might have been with a few crazy people before, but that’s a story for a different time, and wouldn’t exactly be age appropriate for this.

 

That’s for another time. If you want to know, ask Amy.

 

Harrison: Anyway, I know what people like you can be like. Crazy, unhinged, uncontrollable, and a little bit unpredictable.

 

She counts how many people that she went against that were crazy.

 

Harrison: No one really knows what someone like you would do in the ring, and how they would get through a match. Hell, I don’t even think you would even know what you’d do.

 

Amy shrugs her shoulders.

 

Harrison: But, that doesn’t take away from the fact that you can be a danger in the ring, and you can be a threat against anyone.

 

Threat? That seems out of the way.

 

Harrison: On the other hand, your reputation and your attitude might just play into my hand.

 

Amy rubs her hands together.

 

Harrison: I may not know what you’re going to do, but I know exactly what I am going to do, I know how to control myself, and I know just how to break you down.

 

Amy makes a break hand signal.  

 

Harrison: You can try all of this stuff that you like doing, from talking to your stuffed toy, you can try pretending that you’re talking to me while actually talking to a piece of cardboard, it’s not going to affect me.

 

Amy feels confident about this.

 

Harrison: I can say this because I know that you’re not going to be like that when you’re face to face with the real thing. When you’re going to be in the ring against me, I’m not going to fall over like a piece of paper, and you’re not going to have any of your small animal friends with you.

 

She gets an evil look on her face.

 

Harrison: As a matter of fact, if you happen to bring Fluffy or whatever it that you call it, if you decide to bring that thing with you to the ring!

 

She picks up the teddy bear.

 

Harrison: I’ll make sure that I knock the stuffing out of that before I knock the stuffing out of you!

 

Amy punches the makeshift bear.

 

Harrison: Mr. Hayes, I hope that you find some time to tighten up some of those loose screws that you have in your head, because if you don’t, I’m going to make you regret it.

 

Amy stomps on it.

 

Harrison: When Victory rolls by, you’re not going to get a cute, cuddly soft teddy bear to cuddle, you’re going to get a wild animal that will beat you apart, limb from limb.

 

Amy keeps on kicking the bear down as she uses her left foot and chucks it across the room.



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