Fulmer and Hamilton Lock Up On Rocky Top With Kiffin As Referee (humor)

William RamseyContributor IIJanuary 13, 2010

KNOXVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 31:  Head coach Lane Kiffen of the Tennessee Volunteers watches against the South Carolina Gamecocks at Neyland Stadium on October 31, 2009 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Phillip Fulmer and Mike Hamilton went at it on Tuesday night at a PPV aptly titled "Orange Crush."

The two Tennessee boys went at it in the ring for a good thirty minutes back and forth while Kiffin donned the zebra stripes and appeared not to care about anything involving Tennessee orange.

The match was hot and so was the crowd as the bitter hatred between Fulmer and Hamilton was apparent all through the match.  A slam by Hamilton followed by a Fulmer piledriver left the crowd wondering what was going to happen next.

The most shocking twist was yet to come and came at the conclusion of the brawl between these two colossal orange giants.  Out of nowhere, Lane Kiffin started blindsiding Tennessee fans in the crowd with kicks to the groin while Fulmer and Hamilton watched from the ring in amazement.

The match was deemed a no contest as Kiffin stood at the top of the ramp, raising the arms of his "Boys From Troy" and announced they were leaving to go to USC as they ripped off their orange shirts and donned Trojan wear.

Knoxville was left in a total state of shock and we are told that an actual seismic effect from Neyland Stadium registered a tremor at the house of Urban Meyer in Gainesville, Florida. 

Subsequent aftershocks were felt as far away as Athens, Georgia and Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  In similar news, the screwjob by Kiffin and the gang caused Kentucky fans to tear down the goalposts at Commonwealth Stadium as they realized the streak might come to an end this upcoming season.

More on this story as it unfolds.