WCSF Rampage is one of the two recurring shows produced by the WCSF, introduced to the WCSF franchise after Revolution II - producing its first show on the 9th of May 2006: http://www.wwe-club.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=54603
With the expansion of the WCSF resulting in more talent signed for the shows, the possibility of having some of wrestlers not getting enough airtime to show off their skills was one that CEO Ralph Pierce was one that was not going to be fufilled. So at the WCSF's biggest show, Revolution, Pierce announced a brand split that brought back former WCSF Heavyweight Champion, John Zhilone to the company once again, promising to give Jay Jameson and Mayhem some strong competition as General Manager of Unleashed. Including such drafts as his fierce rival Jason Williams and the Tag Team and Crusierweight Champions, Zhilone made a significant impact on Mayhem without even booking a single show yet.
A Heavyweight Champion?
The Brand Split created a gap for Unleashed to fill as the holder of the WCSF Championship, Dynamite, chose to remain exclusive on Mayhem. Zhilone's first duty as General Manager of Unleashed was to name a new Unleashed Champion, in the form of a twelve-man tournament, culminating at Destruction:
- Jason Williams defeated Jason Daniels
- The Executioner defeated JAC
- Chris Hunter defeated Baker J
- Tristagi defeated Johnny U
- Bray R.S. defeated Oblivion
- Everwinter defeated David Logan
- Chris Hunter defeated Tristagi
- The Executioner defeated Bray R.S.
- Jason Williams defeated Everwinter
In the Finals, a Triple Threat Match between Chris Hunter, The Executioner and Jason Williams took place, ending with Zhilone costing Williams the win and giving The Executioner the small chance that he took to become the first-ever WCSF Unleashed Champion.
- Bray R.S.
- Taj "The Executioner"
- "The Phoenix" Alex Morgan
- Jason Daniels
- "The Wrestling Machine" Merrick Brycen
- Matt Falcon
- "The Exciter" Jerry Platinum
- Mickey Broadway
- Tyler "The Wolf" Rice
- “The Don” Lou Cuttino
- Blair "The Player" Trotter
- Johnny "The Gambler" Devine
- Steve Sinistra
- Tomohiro Matsuda
- Saxon Storm
- Tommy Munk
- Apollo Lynx
- Sean Knight
- Mick Magee
- Jake Thompson
- Cyanide Lee
- Chris Jackson
- "Crash Test Dummy" Johnny Briggs
- Alex "The Future" Lucas
- Matt Dontal
- The Gamers - Nick Gamer & Chris Gamer
- The Mafia - “The Don” Lou Cuttino, Johnny "the Gambler" Devine, Blair "The Player" Trotter, Tuck "The Consigliere" Stevens