Rules: Victory by pinfall, submission, or knockout
But she still clenched her fists tighter, leaning in to rest her forehead against the cold steel of the locker beside her. She reminded herself of what she told herself every time she prepared for a match - all of her failures, all of her past weaknesses, none of that mattered now. She had turned a new page in her life; Gail had helped her get tougher, stronger, and ready to realize her true destiny. Anyone who still doubted her...well, their questions would be answered tonight. Because if Marzia was going to take on Skylar Jones, she was going to use this as her opportunity to prove to the world she wasn't the same old Marzia any more when she could take Skylar down!
"Coming first to the ring, from Rome, Italy! At 5'2, weighing 140 pounds, MARZIAAAAA SERVELLI!!!"
Across the ring, however, a voice spoke up from the commentary table - a voice quite different from what loyal LAW viewers had come to expect. A special guest commentator was present for tonight's show - none other than LAW Magazine's senior editor Eiji Matsumoto. The viewers at home would hear what he had to say about the new Marzia loud and clear. "Folks, Marzia here thinks that she can turn around her lackluster career by dropping the nice girl business and starting to bust some heads...or at least, that's what she says. The only people that's gonna endear her to are the sorts of braindead alcohol sponges that think two women beating each other over the heads with metal furniture is high art, so that should call those goals into question right away! And unfortunately..."
Eiji let out a sigh, leaning forward over his desk. He and Skylar Jones went back a fair bit, and though they had never been physically present in the same room before, it didn't mean he was dreading having to do this any less.
"...Mrs. Servelli could go this entire match without using a single hold, and she'd still be the most talented woman in this match."