The blonde muscled her way out of the pin right before the three-count, teeth bared as she did so. Damage cursed loudly, making even the ref turn a shade more red than he'd already been. However, Kaly didn't get the chance to really recover as Damage threw off his annoyance long enough to grab her by the arm, heaving her up to her feet. She wasn't on her feet long, though, as Damage wrapped two hands around her neck, lifting her up. She grabbed onto his wrists while kicking with her now-dangling feet, trying to get loose.
She found no such luck, and only collided with the canvas once more after Damage chokeslammed her down. Gasping for air, the blonde rolled away, moving on her hands and knees to find the ropes to assist her upright. When she was finally vertical again, she turned and found Damage racing toward her, aiming for yet another Silver Bullet. Instinct and self-preservation forced Kaly to dodge the attack, stumbling back away from the corner. In turn, Damage couldn't move to stop his momentum, which carried him into the steel post, jamming his shoulder against the unforgiving pole.
Kalysto shook off as much of the fatigue and pain as she could, ignored what was left, and grabbed hold of Damage by the waist, flipping him backward and rolling him into a pin while sitting on the backs of his legs.
Damage kicked out, which sent the Bad Girl stumbling toward the corner again. She used it, as well as her leg strength, to her advantage, 'running' up the turnbuckles, leaping backward and hitting a moonsault to the rising Damage. Both competitors were down on the mat now, and for the moment, neither moved. The ref waited a few seconds before administering a count.
It was at the count of six that either stirred. Kaly pushed herself up with her arms, and by eight, she was on her knees, her blue eyes locked on Damage as her opponent was sitting up as well. Moving as quickly as she could, the blonde bombshell made it to her feet, stepping back in preparation as Damage was doing the same. The moment he turned toward her, she went for a superkick, but Damage ducked out of the way, and as Kalysto pivoted back around, he connected with a Samoan Drop.
Damage was as surprised as the woman was, but neither acknowledged it for the time being; right now, the focus was on winning the match, and making sure the other didn't get the victory that should belong to them.
He did express his anger with a snarl as he brought her up to her feet once more. Immediately, before she could gain complete bearings over the situation, he whipped her into the ropes, extending his arm for the clothesline when she rebounded back toward him. She ducked under the arm, running toward the opposite ropes and bouncing off those. In mid-run, she planted a boot into the turning Damage's jaw with a mighty superkick that ejected a wad of saliva - and was that... a tooth? - from the man's mouth as he fell like a sack of potatoes.
Not wasting another moment to bask in that glory, Kalysto reached down, hoisting Damage upright once more. Instantly, she locked on a full nelson, only to send him flying backward and down to the mat with her patented Bad Girl Ride finisher, manuevering into a pin at its completion, using the remaining strength to keep that man's shoulders to the canvas.
As soon as the ring bell sounded to signal the end of the match, Wyldchylde left the announcers' table, rolling into the ring and moving toward his partner as she slowly made to stand. He helped her up the rest of the way, giving Damage a swift kick in the ribs as the defeated Outsider rolled toward to the side of the ring. Kaly smirked at her partner, saying something to him that no one could hear. He returned with a grin, and held her arm high in the air when the ring announcer stated her victory and advancement to the finals.
The camera in the ring focused on the duo, who both stared into the lens. Through all the chaos around the ring, with the fans shouting and the announcers seeming to be spitting up word vomit over the final competitors of the King of the Ring tournament, Kaly made sure her next opponent heard her.