James Storm refers to The Revolution as a family where the measures and rewards are equally as extreme. He mocks people claiming he’s too rough and calls out “Khoya.”
On Storm’s word that no harm shall come to him, “Khoya” climbs into the ring. Storm justifies his tough methods a test of “Khoya’s” commitment to The Revolution. Storm says that in The Revolution, “Khoya” could provide a great living to his family, but that dying provides no living.
Storm instructs “Khoya” to pledge again to The Revolution. “Khoya” says he did for The Revolution, but The Revolution never did for him. He says his name is Mahabali Shera.
Storm calls Shera a joke; Shera strikes him. The Revolution dominates and Storm screams, “Sooner or later, I’m gonna cut you down!”
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