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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Dynasty » Thu Sep 11, 2014 4:44 pm

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KC Glenn signed a contract to tour with BHOTWG a National Japanese Promotion. Forcing WWA to move their monthly Live Events to Friday Nights.


Friday Week 4 February 2013
WWA Live Event II
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 11

StoryLine: The Tournament for the Greater Boston Championship continues. It is down the final 4 KC Glenn, Riley McManus, Ernest Youngman, and K-Squared

Thomas Morgan/Nigel Swenson/ Remmy Honeyman (d) Crusher Von/Philippe LaGrenier/Vincente Romero (45)

Acid II (d) Mikey P (40)

Semi Finals
K-Squared (d) Riley McManus (43)

Semi Finals
KC Glenn (d) Ernest Youngman (55)

Show Rating (50)

Despite a disappointing turnout in attendance, partially to blame on Glenn’s Japanese commitments. The show was a success. The opening match got the crowd going. Mikey P bounced back nicely after a terrible opening night. While KC Glenn and Youngman put on very strong performance in the Main Event. The title match is set to crown the first ever WWA Champion between KC Glenn and K-Squared. Rumor has it the match may be a 2/3 falls for the title. Some are saying Glenn wanted an iron man match but K-Squared does not have the stanima to go more than 15 mins in the ring. There are also reports that McManus will be facing off with Youngman to determine the number one contender.

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Dynasty » Thu Sep 11, 2014 9:12 pm

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KC Glenn turned down a tour in Japan for regional company BCG.



Friday Week 4 March 2013
WWA Live Event III
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 14

Vincente Romero (d) Thomas Morgan (45)

Philippe LaGrenier (d) Mikey P (36)

Crusher (d) Remmy Honeyman (43)

Nigel Swenson (d) Acid II (51)

Number One Contender’s Match
Riley McManus (d) Ernest Youngman (45)

WWA Greater Boston Championship Match
KC Glenn (d) K-Squared 56

Show Rating: (50)

KC Glenn was crowned the first ever WWA Champion by defeating K-Squared in a all around solid Main Event. McManus was able to win the number one contenders match against Youngman with a strong showing. Mikey P continues to be an inconsistent rookie, while the 21 year old Acid is really showing signs of becoming a Main Event talent. If K-Squared want to stay in the main event scene never mind the title picture he will have to improve his stanima. April’s show will be seeing KC Glenns first title defense against the veteran Riley McManus in face vs face action.

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Greg_McNeish » Thu Sep 11, 2014 9:21 pm

I always loved Acid, so it's good to see his protege doing well. And *gasp* KC Glenn is the inaugural champion.
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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Dynasty » Thu Sep 11, 2014 9:23 pm

haha fair enough Greg on KC

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Greg_McNeish » Thu Sep 11, 2014 10:07 pm

What's so horrific about K-Squared's stamina? Didn't you say he can go 15 minutes?
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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Dynasty » Thu Sep 11, 2014 10:47 pm

I thought he could, its not noticeable in the match. But he gets slight penalties for it in the dirt sheet notes. But with recent events as you will read below he will be in and out of the main event more often than not.

Friday Week 4 April 2013
WWA Live Event III
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 14

Crusher (d) Thomas Morgan (44)

Mikey P/Remmy Honeyman (d) Vincente Romero/Philippe LaGrenier (38)

Number One Contenders Match Fatal Four Way
Ernest Youngman (d) Acid II, K-Squared, Nigel Swenson (54)

WWA Greater Boston Championship
KC Glenn (d) Riley McManus (49)

Show Rating (48)

Tonights show proved the WWA is only as strong as KC Glenn is in the Main Event. Still a solid title defense showing, but maybe his worst performance to date. Ernest Youngman was able to win the four way number one contenders match. Him an Acid II continue to show why they may be the best on the roster. Glenn and Youngman will face off in a semifinals rematch for the WWA Title in May.

News

Ernest Youngman was arrested and sentenced to jail for two years for attempting to pervert the course of justice. Mr. Straigt Edge indeed. The WWA immediately terminated his contract. Acid II and Mikey P signed PPA for a new small SouthWestern promotion PWMAX specializing in explosive action. WWA will be looking to debut a new wrestler to fill the void left behind by Youngman.

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Jama7301 » Thu Sep 11, 2014 10:52 pm

Aaaaaaaw yeeeeeeaaaaaah. An arrest on your third show.
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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Greg_McNeish » Thu Sep 11, 2014 11:10 pm

That's the good stuff. Perverting the course of justice.... That's a paddlin'.
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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Dynasty » Thu Sep 11, 2014 11:20 pm

Im actually so pissed haha. When I first read it I thought it said two days. Then I went to his profile to see how it effected his momentum/behavior. And saw his availability was in 2 years for imprisonment, I read it like 10 times haha. He was going to carry the show when Glenn eventually leaves. Im fucked unless Acid and Mikey P and Nigel pan out. The biggest blow is it knocked my moral down to 65% from 71%. Fucking guy haha.

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Greg_McNeish » Fri Sep 12, 2014 12:02 am

He's definitely guilty of perverting the course of YOUR justice.
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Re: World Wrestling Association

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Friday Week 4 May 2013
WWA Live Event V
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 15

Mark Smart (debut) (d) Mikey P (31)

Philippe LaGrenier (d) Remmy Honeyman (40)

Thomas Morgan (d) Vincente Romero (40)

Nigel Swenson (d) Crusher (37)

K-Squared Draw Riley McManus (42)

WWA Greater Boston Championship
KC Glenn(c) (d) Acid II (61)

Show Rating (54)

Mark Smart debuted as an informer to keep tabs on the WWA for Ernest Youngman who is in jail for the next two years. Though he seems to be over with the fans his wrestling has a long way to go, paired up with the 18 year old Mikey P did him no favors. Swenson and Crusher had terrible chemistry in the ring together. With Youngman in jail, there was an opening for the number one contenders spot. The powers that be allowed Acid to step in and boy did he take advantage of his time in the Main Event. KC Glenn was able to defend his title for a second time in as a many months in the most exciting match to date in the WWA.

News

Sam Strong retired as owner of USPW. The company was taken over by Dean Daniels.

Friday Week 4 June 2013
WWA Live Event VI
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 9

Mikey P/Remmy Honeyman (d) Crusher/Vincete Romero (43)

Mark Smart (d) Thomas Morgan (38)

Nigel Swenson (d) Philippe LaGrenier (37)

WWA Greater Boston Championship 4Way Elimination Match
KC Glenn(c) (d) Acid II, Riley McManus, K-Squared (58)

Show Rating (50)

In front of the smallest crowd to date KC Glenn defeated Acid II, McManus, and K-Squared in an elimination match. The under card was very underwhelming. Though there seems to be a great chemistry between Smart and Morgan, hopefully they can improve the quality of their matches with this found chemistry. Nigel Swenson is clearly on a roll as of late.

News

KC Glenn finished up his tour in Japan for BHOTWG. From all accounts he had a solid showing over their as a Young Lion working the undercard and pre show matches. Multiple matches in the 60s and two matches scored as high as a 72 against Yoshi Shiomi and American Elemental respectively. Glenn has most recently signed with a PPA deal with CZCW.

Friday Week 4 July 2013
WWA Live Event VII
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 34

Remmy Honeyman&Thomas Morgan (d) Crusher&Mark Smart (44)

Mikey P (d) K-Square, Vincente Romero (38)

Philippe LaGrenier (d) Riley McManus, Acid II (47)

WWA Greater Boston Title Match
KC Glenn(c) (d) Nigel Swenson (56)

Show Rating (51)

In front of the largest crowd to date KC Glenn opened a challenge to anyone on the roster to take a shot at his title. Swenson had been on a hot street as of late and stepped up to the challenge. In a losing effort he put on a solid showing his first time in the Main Event.

News

Mikey P and Acid II were released by PWMAX, it is unknown why. Both were putting on solid showings and were even in tag title matches. Mikey put on a 49 rated match tagging with Idol in a losing effort to the New Blood for the straps. While Acid had a 50 4way match losing to O’Farraday,Mobstar, Hocking.

Friday Week 4 August 2013
WWA Live Event VIII
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 41

Vincente Romero (d) Nigel Swenson (46)
Crusher, Mark Smart & K-Square (d) Mikey P, Remmy Honeyman & Thomas Morgan (38)

Acid II (d) Riley McManus (44)

WWA Greater Boston Championship
KC Glenn(c) (d) Phillippe LaGrenier (60)

Show Rating (54)

KC Glenn’s open challenge continued this time defeating LaGrenier in the best match since Acid II was in the main event. The crowds continue to grow at Bikers Paradise for WWA events.

News:

Mabuchi Furusawa inherited GCG in Japan. Mikey P & Acid signed a PPA with L-Ring a new promotion out of Hawaii that focuses on a cutting edge brand.


Friday Week 4 September 2013
WWA Live Event IX
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 28

Crusher (d) Vincente Romero, Nigel Swenson (44)

Acid II (d) Thomas Morgan, Mark Smart (37)

Mikey P & Riley McManus (d) K-Squared & Philippe LeGrenier (44)

WWA Greater Boston Championship
KC Glenn(c) (d) Remmy Honeyman (57)

Show Rating (52)

Remmy Honeyman decided to be the next challenger for Glenns title. In another strong main event Glenn continued his undefeated streak. On the other end of the spectrum Mark Smart continued to have his string of poor matches. In his 11th year as a pro Smart doesn't look to be cutting it. K-Squared and LaGrenier could not get on the same page as a tag team and very poor chemistry as one.

News:

KC Glenn signed was busy this month signing with regional promotion CZCW and also signing with Japans Cult promotion PGHW to tour with. WWA released Mark Smart due to poor performances and being difficult with road agent decisions in regards to booking.

Friday Week 4 October 2013
WWA Live Event X
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 33

Thomas Morgan (d) Vincente Romero (39)

K-Squared & Cal Sanders(debut heel evil doer) (d) Riley McManus & Nigel Swenson (43)

Mikey P (d) Philippe LaGrenier (43)

Acid II (d) Remmy Honeyman (47)

WWA Greater Boston Championship
KC Glenn(c) (d) Crusher (62)

Show Rating (55)

WWA put on their best show to date with KC Glenn and Crusher headlining the event for the Greater Boston Championship. In a complete shocker Crusher was part of the most exciting match in WWA’s young history. Cal Sanders debuted and put on a strong first showing despite his weakness as a heel he got quite over with his evil doer gimmick. Remmy Honeyman has joined Glenn and McManus as the companies only ring generals and show stoppers.The one low of the show seems to be that Thomas Morgan is declining in skill as he ages.

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Jama7301 » Sat Sep 13, 2014 7:26 pm

I like the dirt sheet styled recaps of your shows, with the news/notes section following it up.
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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Dynasty » Sat Sep 13, 2014 7:41 pm

I will probably be growing to a small company by February 14'. My question is since I am growing the Greater Boston title name might not fit that great. This was the plan all along because you can't really have a world title IMO until you are cult. Just doesn't make sense.

So the plan for the next title was always to be called the Commonwealth Championship.

So I can do the following.

-Retire the greater Boston belt
-Drop the great Boston belt to the mid card (which Im not that keen on because id rather have a floating tag team belt at the small level.
-Or keep the belt and just change the name to keep its linage going.

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Jama7301 » Sat Sep 13, 2014 7:44 pm

I'd just up the name of it to keep the lineage.
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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by GooberBM » Sat Sep 13, 2014 7:45 pm

Keep the current belt till you lose Glenn, then retire it and introduce the Commonwealth for the new champion. Then you can bring the Greater Boston belt back when you're ready to use it as a lower-card title, or not at all

The shows are looking strong, and good job bringing in the new audiences to enjoy your shows
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Friday Week 4 December 2013
WWA Live Event XII
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 32

Vincente Romero (d) Remmy Honeyman, Crusher (48)

Riley McManus (d) K-Square (49)

Cal Sanders (d) Philippe LaGrenier, Mikey P (46)

Acid II (d) Nigel Swenson (51)

WWA Greater Boston Championship
KC Glenn(c) (d) Thomas Morgan (58)

Show Rating (54)

In the final show of the year the entire roster put in a solid effort. Everyone delivered solid performances. KC Glenn’s open challenge was offered to Thomas Morgan, and in a match that may be his last great one the veteran delivered. Cal Sanders is on a role and may have his sites on taking up KC on his Open Challenge to the WWA Roster.

News:

KC Glenn finished up his tour for PGHW. This tour to the far east may of even been a greater success for the young talent. His best match was in a losing effort to Simon Flemmingway which scored an 82 rating! KC is still used as an opener over in Japan. Gareth Wayne started up a local company in the South West, SAW. A theatrical entertainment promotion.KC Glenn made the top 500 coming in at #364.

End of the Year Awards:
Wrestler of the Year: Steve DeColt (NOTBPW)
Company of the Year: NOTBPW
Tagteam of the Year: Steve DeColt & Johnny Bloodstone (NOTBPW)
Match of the Year: Bloodstone & DeColt (d) Love & Dan Stone (100) @ NOTBPW October Obliteration
Show of the Year: NOTBPW Big City Brawl (95) January 13’
Young Wrestler of the Year: Bussho Makiguchi (PGHW)
Veteran of the Year: Eisaku Kunomasu (PGHW)
Female Wrestler of the Year: Fuyuko Higa (5SSW)
Most Improved Company of the Year: Hinote Dojo
Independent Wrestler of the Year: Hidekazu
Manager of the Year: American Dawn (SWF)
Announcer of the Year: Duane Fry (SWF)
Color Commentator of the Year: Emma Chase (SWF)
Referee of the Year: Eugene Williams (NOTBPW)

WWA Recap:
Wrestler of the Year: KC Glenn
Match of the Year: KC Glenn(c) (d) Mikey P, Acid II (64) @ WWA Live Event XI November 13’
Show of the Year: WWA Live Event XI (57) November 13’ Biker’s Paradise Boston, MA Attn:41
Storyline of the Year: WWA Greater Boston Tournament (57)
Year 2

The World Wrestling Alliance
Founded January 1 2013
Local; Boston (New England) Ranked 43rd
Traditional, Mainstream, Modern Product
Prestige: 2 Bank: $30,686
WWA Greater Boston Championship KC Glenn

The Game World
Economy 19 and rising/Industry 53 and falling
SWF in the USA Most Important Company in the world and Most Influential
Steve DeColt of NOTBPW is the Best Wrestler in the World as of 2013

Roster:
KC Glenn(#364)(WWA Greater Boston Champion): Fan Favorite Face, Head Road Agent
Mikey P: Fan’s Own Face
Riley Mcmanus: Old School Face, Asst. Road Agent
Cal Sanders: Evil Doer Heel
Acid II: Ninja Heel
K-Squared: Evolution Heel
Remmy Honeyman: Happy Go Lucky Face, Asst. Road Agent
Nigel Swenson: Blue Collar Face
Crusher Von: Wild Mnt Man Heel
Phililippe LaGrenier: Putz Heel
Vincente Romero: Lounge Lizard Heel
Thomas Morgan: Patriot Face

Russel Eisen: Referee
Samuel Curran: Announcer
Mr. P: Color Commentator, Owner

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Jama7301 » Sun Sep 14, 2014 6:34 pm

May year 2 be more prosperous than year 1
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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Greg_McNeish » Sun Sep 14, 2014 11:57 pm

NOTBPW cleaning up the year-end awards is so constant it's absurd. No matter what version of the game, their main event scene is just unbelievably stacked.

Really enjoying this. Congratulations on completing your first turn around the calendar.
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Re: World Wrestling Association

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Friday Week 4 January 2014
WWA Live Event XIII
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 70

Philippe LaGrenier & Vincente Romero (d) Thomas Morgan & Remmy Honeyman (42)

Acid II (d) Mikey P (57)

K-Squared & Crusher (draw) Nigel Swenson & Riley McManus (51)

WWA Greater Boston Championship
KC Glenn(c) (d) Cal Sanders (65)

In front of a record setting crowd at Bikers Paradise WWA opened the new year off with an excellent show. Acid & Mikey P put on a great performance. In KC Glenn’s Open Challenge he defeated Cal Sanders in match that would be good enough to put on any card around the country. Cal Sanders is proving to be quite the solid pick up for the local Boston promotion.

News:

KC Glenn is once again on tour with BHOTWG as an enhancement talent.

Friday Week 4 February 2014
WWA Live Event XIV
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 73

3v3 Tag Elimination Match
Crusher&K-Square&Philippe LaGrenier (d) Remmy Honeyman&Thomas Morgan&Riley McManus (48)

Mikey P (d) Cal Sanders (43)

Acid II (d) Nigel Swenson (53)

WWA Greater Boston Championship
KC Glenn(c) (d) Vincente Romero (62)
Show Rating (57)

KC Glenn completed the clean sweep of the entire roster, when he defeated Romero to retain his title.

Friday Week 4 March 2014
WWA Live Event XV
Bikers Paradise Boston, MA
Attn: 62

Philippe LaGrenier & Vincente Romero (d) Remmy Honeyman & Thomas Morgan (36)

Riley McManus (d) Crusher (46)

Cal Sanders (d) Mikey P, Nigel Swenson, and K-Square (53)

WWA Greater Boston Championship 2/3 Falls Match
KC Glenn(c) (d) Acid II (75)

Show Rating (65)

The younger talent continues to shine in the WWA, while the veterans seem to be slipping. There seemed to be a boost in moral for tonights show. Word has it Nigel Swenson had an intense video game tourney going on in the back. Acid demanded a title shot claiming that he was the only legit contender deserving of one. KC said not only would he beat him tonight but that he would be him twice. And in a match that will surely garner attention from bigger companies Acid proved he was worthy despite another losing effort. Anytime these two step in the ring fire works seem to follow. They are developing quite the rivalry at such a young age.

News:
WWA has grown in size becoming a small promotion. With the expansion of the company new talents will be making their way up to New England.

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Re: World Wrestling Association

Post by Jama7301 » Tue Sep 16, 2014 6:38 pm

Holy shit that last Main Event. Congrats on that 75 rating. Acid II and Glenn really put in the work.
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