The signs were all over the Impact Zone 'Welcome Back Kaito' 'Usagi is back' and other signs, however Amelia couldn't help but smile slightly, even though as $tella she used to hate her former friend, now as the head of the Knockouts Division she was more mature and in a weird way, was hoping that Kaito would bump into her.
As Into Free -Dangan- hit the PA system of the Impact Zone, the crowd cheered as Kiato made his long awaited return to TNA.
The former X-Division Champ was wearing a violet dress shirt with smart dress pants but he had his long hair wild and unkempt as he was going to make his way to the ring after a hiatus.
However Kiato was suddenly tumbling up the steps and was on the ramp, coughing and clutching his ribs, suddenly the reason why became very clear.
Victoria McKenzie, wearing a opened up pale blue hoodie with her signature skirt with 'I love ME' on the back, with black kneepads and black kickpads, the young Australian had been on a rampage and as she was clutching a steel chair, it didn't take a genius to know who jumped the returning Kaito.
"Come on Kaito ya' son of a bitch!" barks out the 6ft Australian as she again drove the chair against Kaito's back as she screams
"Welcome back Wanker!! I've missed ya'!" as the boos and the 'You Sucks' came from the crowd, Victoria suddenly slammed her steel-chair off the barricade sending fans scattering.
Everyone was keeping their distance from Victoria and it was understandable as Victoria viciously punted Kaito right in the ribs as the 20 year old unstable Australian started to sadistically laugh as a couple of referee's tried to get in between Victoria and Kaito, only for the young Australian to lunge at the referee's with her steel chair sending the officials scattering.
"Don't come near me!" snarls Victoria as Kaito suddenly started to unload with strikes on Victoria, which got a loud pop from the crowd as the lanky Australian was rocked from the strikes only to kick Kaito right in the groin to almost nuclear heat.
"You don't hit me you stupid bastard!" screams Victoria holding her stinging jaw as she kicked Kaito right in the face before lifting her arch-rival and throwing him into the ring as Victoria slid in the ring and continued to kick at Kaito before picking up her steel chair and waiting for Kaito to pull himself up.
As soon as Kaito was on two feet, Victoria hit Kaito with a chair shot so vicious that it was like Original ECW level.
However as Victoria was placing the steel chair around Kaito's ankle, the crowd started to cheer as Amelia stormed down to the ring with a glare that would've sent any sane person running for their lives.
The red-head was wearing a smart grey business suit and looked to Victoria with the look of a psychiatrist gives to calm down a mental patient
"Take one more step and I'll break your best friend's leg wanker!" warns Victoria as she stood on Kaito's wrapped in a steel chair leg with a psychotic gleeful grin on her face.
"Look Victoria, don't do this, calm down, I can't let you go on like this but please don't do something you'll regret" says Amelia, trying to almost reason with Victoria who snarls and says
"Do you think I care about getting fired!? I've got nothing to lose wanker and no-one over-shadows Victoria McKenzie!" bites out Victoria spitting at the struggling Kaito before standing on the chair like she'd break his ankle as the crowd went from booing to shocked as Kaito started to scream in pain, writhing around and clutching his leg as all the officials stormed the ring as Victoria suddenly lifted her leg up and kicked a referee right in the groin as Amelia says
"McKenzie! I gave you a chance to get your life back together and you blew it! You aren't going to go around breaking people's legs or jumping fans anymore"
"I do what I want wanker!" screams Victoria lashing out at Amelia who sighs and says
"Victoria McKenzie...You're Fired!!"
The cheers from the crowd was deafening as Victoria's eyes went wide as referees and security latched their arms around the tall, thrashing Australian, but the sheer numbers overwhelmed Victoria who was kicking and screaming on her way out as Amelia slid into the ring as medics checked of the injured Kaito as Victoria was screaming hysterically and begging for mercy like the weasel she was.
With Victoria McKenzie's reign of terror on screen over, Victoria just had one more bit of business to attend to.
Backstage, writer Hayden Chandler, friend and mentor Sabrina McMahon, Kaito Usagi and Ella were all standing with Victoria, with her split from TNA, Victoria decided to thank each one of them.
"Hayden, I know you and me may have not gotten along and all that shit but thanks anyway for putting up with me for so long, hopefully Shannon'll continue the McKenzie tradition of pissing you off" jokes Victoria slapping the writer on the back as Hayden couldn't help but smile and say
"No problem Vic, now go somewhere and be amazing...wanker" with a smirk Victoria and Hayden shared a parting hug as Victoria turned to Ella as the two young women pulled each-other into a tight hug
"You went out like a true heel Vickie, TNA won't be as batshit insane without you" sighs the red-head as Victoria says
"Hey with that Scottish kid coming in, you'll have some plenty batshit insanity Ella, don't you worry about that, we should keep in touch" mentions Victoria as Ella smiles wryly and nods her head but as soon as Victoria turned to her mentors for her time in TNA, Sabrina McMahon and Katio Usagi, she couldn't hold her true feelings in any longer.
Flinging her arms around both Rina and Kaito, Victoria started to cry, she was blabbering unintelligible nonsense as she managed to splutter out.
"I'm Going To Miss You All So Much!!!"
The mama bear in Rina sighed and softly said "Shhhh there there honey, we're going to miss you too, but we'll see each-other in Shimmer" says Rina as Victoria wipes tears away from her eyes and says "I guess so"
Kaito then spoke up "And you and Mel have some babysitting to do, Hikari's really looking forward to meeting her godparents" smiles Katio as Victoria smiles and sniffles as she shared a final big group hug with her best mates.
TNA was a wild ride for the Australian but it helped Victoria mature as not only a wrestler but a person.