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GTA

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From Grand Theft Wiki


This is a disambiguation page for Payback, which could mean a number of things


Several games have a mission called Payback.

  • Payback in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Payback is the Wrestling Championship Federation's April Pay-Per-View.

Payback 2006

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Promotion Wrestling Championship Federation
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Date April 30, 2006
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Blast! WCF Payback Timebomb
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WCF Payback 2006 was held on April 30, 2006. The theme song was "Vicarious" by Tool.

  • No Time Limit, No DQ Match
  • Ownership of WCF Match
    • Logan def. Seth Lerch to retain control of the company, although neither man wanted to, so Lerch pulled a dazed Logan onto himself for Logan to win.
  • Handicap Match
    • Torture def. Howard Dean, Tony Armuchi, G-Baby and Mike Maida after assistance from Nate Nytro and Creeping Death.
  • WCF Hardcore Championship Match
    • Josephine Miyazaki def. Genocide (c) to win the Hardcore Title. The match took place in the parking lot because Genocide attacked Miyazaki on her arrival to the arena.
  • Grudge Match
    • J.J. Biggs def. Ace Resoland.

Payback 2007

WCF Payback!
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Promotion Wrestling Championship Federation
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Date April 29, 2007
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XIII WCF Payback! Timebomb
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WCF Payback 2007 took place on April 29, 2007.

  • Euthanasia Match Ten Man Over-The-Top-Rope World Title #1 Contender Battle Royal
    • "Biohazard" def. Logan, Creeping Death, Rick Mad, Reckless Jack, Bobby Cairo, Lawnmower Jones, Outcast, Thunder & Danny Vice to win #1 Contendership to the World Title. Biohazard was actually Skyler Striker, although he did not reveal himself until the following World Title match. The match was originally scheduled to be a Euthanasia match but this was cancelled due to the danger of the match and Seth Lerch's unwillingness to put his wrestlers into it again.
  • Team NCW vs. Team WCF - If Team NCW win, the MCE division is removed from the WCF
    • Merc, Steve Carr, Davey Ortega, Outcast & Rick Mad def. Creeping Death & Jack of Blades. As consequence, the MCE division must leave the WCF.
  • Glass Match
    • Logan def. Seth Lerch.
  • Handicap Match
    • The Red River Mafia def. Adam Knite. The match was originall scheduled with Team Xtreme on Knite's side, but they left him before the match started. Davey Boone and Johnny Craven joined the match to attack Knite halfway through.
  • Grudge Match
    • Reckless Jack def. Safestyle Jack.
WCF Pay-Per-Views
One | Till Death Do Us Part | War | Blast! | Payback | Timebomb | Explosion | Aftermath | Ultimate Showdown | School of Pain | XIII | Helloween | Revenge

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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the Payback disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Starwars

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This article is about a story featuring Boba Fett in Star Wars Tales #18. You may be looking for Payback: The Tale of Dengar.
Payback
Attribution
Writer

Andy Diggle

Penciller

Henry Flint

Letterer

Steve Dutro

Colorist

Chris Blythe

Editor

Philip W. Simon

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Publisher

Dark Horse Comics

Pages

8

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Star Wars Tales

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Star Wars Tales 18

Payback is an 8-page comic featured in Star Wars Tales #18, written by Andy Diggle, and illustrated by Henry Flint.

Plot summary

Boba Fett takes a job from Drex, a crime lord operating in the Gallapraxis system. It is his job to acquire Feleen Bantillian, dead or alive, for the fee of 50,000. Drex tells him that Bantillian had killed his son. Fett tracks him to an abandoned droid plant on Vornax, and gives him a chance to surrender. Bantillian tells Fett that he is Drex's son, and that Fett killed his brother. Drex set up Fett. Fett fires at Bantillian, who blocks the blast with an old droideka shield. Bantillian closes the roof of the area they are in. Dozens of old droids stagger towards Fett, trying to kill him. A war droid shoots him out of the sky, damaging his jetpack. Fett destroys the droid. Fett then shoots a tank of machine oil, setting Bantillian afire. The being jumps into a deep pool of water, only belatedly realizing that he cannot swim. He calls for his droids to help and all of them sink to the bottom. Fett goes back to an astonished Drex, who pays Fett reluctantly. Fett gives Drex Bantillian's head, with a thermal detonator in the mouth. As Fett leaves he mutters, "Payback doesn't pay."

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