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    • As Sameer leaves the ring, Slim watches him walk up the ramp, as 'Don Dada' now puts the Undisputed Championship on his shoulder. He sits down at the table, opening the contract and signing his name on the dotted line. With this, he then raises his microphone and begins to speak. Let me make one thing crystal clear: Not a damn soul in this arena was shocked at what you just did. You're predictable, Sameer, and you always have been. Superkicking officials, referees, backstage interviewers, some of your best work has come from doing that so it was no shock to me that you pulled that card out once again, in a desperate attempt to flex your dominance. You may be finished talking to me, Sameer, but I'm not done talking to you. And the last time I checked, I'm the god damn champion, so you sit your ass backstage and listen while I give you a dose of reality. Julius came to you simply because you NEEDED it more than me, Julius has rode with me on the road several times. He knows my preparation, he knows that I am always studying my opponent, picking their weaknesses out and setting them up to be absolutely embarrassed. There's nothing to expose about me, Sameer. I'm an open-book, what you see is what you get, everyone knows that and I have learned to embrace it. That's why I became Mr. Money in the Bank again. That's why I became World Champion again. That's why I did what you could never do, and I put Hans Clayton down, one-on-one, and took this title he worked his life to attain, and I ripped it out of his hands like the cold-blooded killer that I am. Reality is whatever I want it to be, but let's say you're right for one second. Let's say we're both frauds, the REALITY of the situation is Creed are the men who run Valor, and it has become a complete shithole. We have Brad getting unnecessary title shots every month, talent walking out on shows, hell, even the self-proclaimed locker room LEADER, Hans Clayton is gone. You're gonna tell me that's by design? That it's a coincidence? You've spent the entire time, since this match was announced, making me out to be a cancer that needs to be stopped... No, no, no. You see, CREED is the cancer of this brand, for months, I have bare witness to stupid decision after stupid decision, and it all comes to a head at Exodus. Either I will be the man to stop Creed from completing taking over their own brand, or I will go down in history as the guy who almost stopped it, but ultimately succumbed to their dominance. You refuse to let me win? Sameer, I refuse to let you win. You talk about how I'm accepting of my only reality, but yet you seem to be blind to the one that everyone else, besides your little brotherhood, sees. I'm no hero, but naturally, I have become the man who has rebelled against the machine, against the authority. I used to be in that position, I know what kind of bullshit goes on back there, and if you truly believe that being associated with Creed has nothing to do with you winning, you're more fucking stupid than I originally thought. Everything you say about me is a reflection of what you need to be telling yourself. LOOK IN THE MIRROR, SAMEER! YOU ARE THE MAN THAT NO ONE WANTS TO SEE WIN! You have become what you hate, but you never really hated it in the first place, did you? You just figured it popped the crowd, it got you over, so you rolled with it. I respect it, but it's nothing a champion would do. That's something a fake bitch would do, and at Exodus, YOUR reign of terror comes to an end at MY hands. Slim drops the microphone, as he leaves the ring now. Walking up the ramp, the crowd doesn't know how to react, but there is a wave of cheers for the Undisputed Champion. He takes one last look at the crowd, holding up his championship, as he then turns around, walking into the backstage area, as our segment fades to black. The time for talk is over, it is now time for Sameer & Slim to go to battle! Who will prevail in this clash of titans?      

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