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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by Jama7301 » Sun May 24, 2015 12:27 pm

Gabriel Buentello, why do you hate fun? Why you gotta be so mean to Simony, huh?

SWEDISH MUSCLE OPEN CHALLENGE!!

Damned New England Revolution, skulking about like...skulking things. They still haven't gotten quite what they deserved though.

Ash Campbell and Acid... what a pair of assholes. All that big talk of "hurr durr, we's the best. Second generation and hand-picked by the owner! Let's get our managers involved and make it a 4-on-2, because that proves how awesome we are. durrdedurrdedurr."

An aside, fuck that match. Fuck that B-, fuck that 72.

God damn it Jerry, you were supposed to end this self-serving title reign.
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Post by Jama7301 » Sun May 24, 2015 3:53 pm

RPW Painkiller X
Friday, Week 1, October 2015
RPW Outreach Center (Mid-South)
Attendance: 85

Pre-Show

Kazebushi def Amazing Fire Fly, Cal Sanders, Topher Smith, Sammy the Shark & Ryan Turner via Wind Cutter.
Rating: D- (38)

Matthew Keith & Kip Keenan def Flash Savage & Drake Young, and Mystery Man & Slayer via Proton Lock on Savage
Rating: D+ (48)

Main Show

After the announce crew welcomes us, it’s off to the RPW Women’s Invitational. We start off with a video introducing our first competitors. We see a video of Danielle Sweetheart out shopping at a mall. She says that she may be a total girly girl at times, but she’s not afraid to fight in the ring. We then switch to Paige Croft. She says that wherever she goes, she owns the ring. She issues a warning to all the other “little girls”, saying they either swear fealty, or face the consequences.

Rating: D+ (50)

RPW Women’s Invitational Block B Match
Danielle Sweetheart vs Paige Croft
Sweetheart starts off fast, but she’s too amped up to keep her offense mistake free, and once she slips, Croft takes advantage by slapping on a submission, or throwing Sweetheart to the mat. Sweetheart starts to make a comeback, but is derailed by a low blow, and she gets rolled up, as Croft uses the ropes for leverage.

Croft via Rope-assisted Roll-up
Rating: C- (57)

We get introduced to our next competators. First up, is Estrella Blanca, the high-flying Luchadora from Mexico. Her introduction shows off her impressive athleticism and dazzling high flying. The second half of the video is dedicated to Jamie Quine. We see highlights of her reign as AAA’s Top Contender’s Title holder, as she tells us that she got where she is by working smarter, not harder. She says that the word “cheating” was invented by pathetic losers, trying to pump up their fragile sense of honor.

Rating: E+ (39 – Not bad, considering I forgot about the Language Barrier penalty)

RPW Women’s Invitational Block A Match
Estrella Blanca vs Jamie Quine
Estrella Blanca kicks the match up a few gears right out of the gate. Her high flying offense keeps the veteran Quine off guard for most of the match. A dropkick to the back of Quine sends her stumbling into the turnbuckle. As Blanca celebrates and heads for the opposing corner, Quine takes the turnbuckle pad off. Blanca gets a running start, but she’s met by Quine coming out of the corner, hitting her with a spinebuster onto the exposed turnbuckle. Blanca stumbles out of the corner in agony, clutching her back. Quine hits the ropes and unloads the K.O Kick to the back of Blanca’s head, giving Jamie Quine the first round victory

Quine via K.O. Kick (Axe Kick)
Rating: C- (53)

Our third pairing starts off with an introduction of Foxxy LaRue. She says that all her life, she’s been told that women can’t fight, can’t compete, can’t be champions. She says those words drive her. Push her to prove those people wrong. She’s here in RPW to prove that women can compete with the men, and eventually, they will. We get a tone shift to slow motion video of Queen Amazon tearing women in half with a Spear, and leveling another with a huge running Powerbomb. The only words we hear Queen Amazon speak during the video are “Hunt or be hunted.”

Rating: D- (40)

RPW Women’s Invitational Block A Match
Foxxy LaRue vs Queen Amazon
These two come out to the center of the ring, and start trading forearms and elbows. This match goes back and forth with neither woman able to gain a distinct advantage. Foxxy goes to finish the match with her Flash Head Kick (Spinning Heel Kick), but Amazon avoids the kill shot, which causes Foxxy to crash to the mat. Queen Amazon stalks her prey, as Foxxy picks herself up. As Foxxy staggers to her feet, Amazon rips through her with a powerful Spear.

Queen Amazon via Spear
Rating: C- (55)

Backstage we see Steve Flash and Matty Faith in the interview area. Flash says that Frank isn’t with them right now because he’s got some preparations to make for his match tonight. Flash says they’ve been friends for years, but, well, his performance of late has him reconsidering their business arrangement. He tells us that Frank is on, a sort of probation. He says that he’s keeping a close eye on him tonight.

Rating: D (43)

Our final video introduces us to Debbie Rose. Her portion of the video shows split screen her wrestling, and taking in the local culture of places around the country. She talks about loving professional wrestling, and how she’s so grateful that she gets to meet all these wonderful people, and see all the different sights. She says she can’t wait to get to know the people and places RPW take her. The final, mystery participant is shown as a silhouette. The voice over says “No matter what happens, I’m always… Strong” The shadow lifts and reveals that Alicia Strong is the final competitor in the RPW Women’s Invitational She goes on to say that she created and owned the USPW Women’s Division, and it was her playground. And now, she’s going to rule RPW.

Rating: D+ (52)

RPW Women’s Invitational Block B Match
Debbie Rose vs Alicia Strong
Strong controls most of the match, but Rose wills her way to a comeback late. Strong is having absolutely none of that, as she brings Rose’s momentum to a sudden stop with a big boot. From there, Strong takes over, and never looks back, eventually planting Rose with the Angel Driver.

Alicia Strong via Angel Driver (Pedigree)
Rating: C (63)

We got to our interview area where we see Tony Chambers, new color commentator Duke Hazzard, and Chloe Dean. They recap the first day of the RPW Women’s Invitational, and go over the fantastic match Alicia Strong and Debbie Rose just had. Shifting gears, they talk about tonight’s main event, where Kirk Jameson will face longtime veteran Dean Daniels. They say that Kirk is getting another shot at Steve Flash’s RPW Championship, and bring up that last time Jameson and Flash faced off, Jameson won via DQ.

Rating: E (29 – Not enough pop for overness angles I guess)

We get some cell phone footage of Mito Miwa at an amusement park. He’s walking around, talking in Japanese, and the man holding the phone replies in kind. The phone whips around, and we see that it’s Nigel Svensson. We then see a montage of the two playing minigolf, playing some arcade games, riding bumper cars, and the video ends with a still photo taken from a roller coaster with the title “Nigel and Mito’s Summer Adventures, Part 1”

Rating: D- (36)

Mito Miwa vs Frank Harriet
Frank Harriet starts off aggressive, trying to channel his younger years. Mito is having none of it though, as he stays collected, and once he figures out Frank’s game, he systematically takes Frank to task. This match wraps up shortly with a Pride Bomber, and some pictures with the fans.

Mito Miwa via Pride Bomber
Rating: D (42)

A short video plays highlighting Wolf’s Rayne win of the RPW Tag Team Championship from Steel and Primus Allen. It then shows off what Punchline has been willing to do in the past, and what they’ve promised to do to Wolf’s Rayne tonight.

Rating: E- (19)

RPW Tag Team Championship Match
Wolf’s Rayne (Running Wolf & Rayne Man) vs Punchline (Steel & Austin Moore) w/ Drake Young
The strongmen of the group are the challengers today, and they look to push the RPW Tag Team Champions around. Drake Young makes his presence felt early, as he takes a cheap shot on Running Wolf as he’s propped on the ropes, while the ref is distracted. Drake Young is the equalizer here, as he’s there to cause a distraction whenever Wolf’s Rayne gets any traction. He gets a little too brazen though, as he goes to inflict more damage on Running Wolf, the ref catches him, and calls for the bell, as security is forced to remove Young from ringside.

Wolf's Rayne wins via DQ
Rating: D (46)

We now cut to a video showing the career of Steve Flash with a few clips of his stint in DAVE, and his return to the reborn RPW. We hear from Nigel, Running Wolf, Matthew Keith, and Kirk Jameson about their experiences with Steve Flash. The words “coward” and “egotistical” are echoed a few times. The last shot is of Steve Flash standing tall with the RPW Championship, one boot planted on KC Glenn.

Rating: D- (39)

Kirk Jameson vs Dean Daniels
This match is hotly contested, as Jameson looks to give himself some momentum heading into his title match against Steve Flash, and Dean Daniels is looking to bounce back after a series of losses to Matthew Keith. This one is back and forth, with no one man gaining the upper hand. Eventually, the youth and stamina of Jameson wins out, as Daniels starts to slow a step, and Jameson is able to hit the Bullseye to cap off the night.

Jameson via The Bullseye
Rating: D+ (50)

After his win, Jameson doesn’t even celebrate. He starts yelling for Flash to get his ass out there. Then, Now, Forever doesn’t wait long to respond. As the trio makes their appearance, Jameson slides out of the ring, and grabs a chair, hoping to even the odds in his favor. TNF surround the ring, before they all slide in at once. Jameson tries to fight them off, eventually taking down Frank, but the chair provides only so much help. The numbers game overtakes Jameson, and the beat down is on. Flash grabs the chair, and orders Faith to hold down Jameson, and he lifts the chair above his head, then stops. He looks down at the RPW Championship for a moment, before grabbing it. He kneels by Jameson’s face, as Frank and Faith hold him down, and asks the dazed Jameson if this is what he wants. Flash says that if he wants it so much, he can have it. He puts Jameson’s face onto the RPW Championship and grabs the chair. Jameson, now realizing his predicament, starts to squirm, but the weight and strength of Faith keep him in position, as Flash brings the chair down, crushing Jameson’s head into the title, as Kirk goes motionless. Flash fetches his title and holds it aloft in one hand, and the chair in the other.

Rating: D (41)

Show Rating: D+ (50)

RPW Women's Invitational Standings

Block A

Jamie Quine - 2 points
Queen Amazon - 2 points
Danielle Sweetheart - 0 points
Foxxy LaRue - 0 points

Block B

Paige Croft - 2 points
Alicia Strong - 2 points
Estrella Blanca - 0 points
Debbie Rose - 0 points

Next Show Matchups

Foxxy LaRue vs Danielle Sweetheart
Jamie Quine vs Queen Amazon

Danielle Sweetheart vs Alicia Strong
Debbie Rose vs Paige Croft
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by Jama7301 » Wed May 27, 2015 6:36 pm

Holy shit I fucked up that blocking.

It SHOULD read

Block A

Jamie Quine - 2 points
Queen Amazon - 2 points
ESTRELA BLANCA- 0 points
Foxxy LaRue - 0 points

Block B

Paige Croft - 2 points
Alicia Strong - 2 points
DANIELLE SWEETHEART - 0 points
Debbie Rose - 0 points

Matches SHOULD READ

Block A Matches
Foxxy LaRue vs ESTRELA BLANCA
Queen Amazon vs Jamie Quine

Block B Matches
Alicia Strong vs Danielle Sweetheart
Paige Croft vs DEBBIE ROSE
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by GooberBM » Thu May 28, 2015 9:46 pm

Jesus Christ Jama...why you gotta kill Kirk Jameson like that? TNF are such dicks. I guess that's what happens when you book Matt Keith for the pre-show and he doesn't get to actually show up.

That ladies tournament is going to be pretty killer for you #RealMainEvent.

Most of your roster was such a delightful afterthought, I kinda feel bad for them. Even the the tag title match sure didn't feel that important. It's a brave new world in RPW. I'm sure it will be fun to watch this evolve
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Post by GooberBM » Fri May 29, 2015 9:45 am

Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents The Commonwealth Cup Semifinals
Saturday Week 2 October 2015 Reggie Lewis Center (New England) Attendance: 2507



Pre-Show Angle: Featuring Bennett & Caballero, Ekuma, Xavi, Cherry Bomb & Natural Technique
Rating: D+ (51)
Pre-Show Match: Natrual Technique - The Natural & Warren Technique vs. Ekuma & Xavi Ferrera
The Natural (7:52) via Nature Calls on Xavi
Rating: D- (40) (goddamn chemistry bomb for my new tag team)

Our announce team of Phonse Lockett & Samuel Curran open the show, with Simony Sentinel again sitting in for Gabriel Buentello. They do a quick rundown of the Commonwealth Cup seminfinals matches pitting Ash Campbell against Austin Smooth and Acid II facing Fro Sure
Rating: D (45)

Gabriel Buentello comes out to the ring and introduces his guests at this time, New England Revolution. Gabriel was pleased to have this time with them because they have something in common. They hate what has happened to Boston. They hate that people come in here with no class, no reverence for the history of this great city in this great country. No they just come to America expecting handouts and special treatment. People like Amazing Fire Fly and Boriken Love Machine Jr.
Masked Patriot couldn't agree more. They call themselves Wild and Free but all NE Revolution sees are Liars and Thieves. They're just a dirty Mexican and honorless Puerto Rican...not even a real American, hiding behind masks taking jobs away from honest, hard-working Americans. Making people like his beloved Pilgrim have to live on the scraps of what's left. Well it ENDS. NOW. New England Revolution will not stop until they have wiped those who steal from America off the map. And it starts tonight with another dirty Mexican in a mask. The Revolution is coming, and it will be felt!
Rating: D+ (51)


Masked Patriot vs. Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr
Patriot (3:28) via Patriot Slam
The message was sent clear as day. NE Revolution is going to cleanse Boston, and Dragon is the first victim
Rating: D- (39)


NE Revolution continues to beat down Dragon after the match and that brings out Wild and Free who run off the duo. And they let Patriot and Pilgrim know they have a fight ready for them, if they're men enough to face them

We go back to Cherry Bomb's office where she's just going in, and Ernest Youngman meets her. He knows that she didn't want to give him a shot at Donnie J, but there's a new Openweight champion and that should mean that he can get a new shot at the title. Cherry Bomb is actually quite open to that idea, because for some reason the fans in Boston really do seem to love The Assassin. So she will grant Youngman's request and give him the title match he wants at tomorrow's Commonwealth Cup Finals...if he can find a tag partner and beat The Monster & Kirk Drury, tonight. Youngman smiles and takes off his shades telling Cherry that's all he needed to hear
Rating: D+ (49)


Shoot Club - Marc Speed & Al Coleman vs. Flash Bomb - Jerry Martin & Steve Flash
Speed (12:49) via Cross Armbreaker on Flash
Shoot Club's redoubling of their efforts continues to pay dividends as they wipe out Flash Bomb and take down old man Flash
Rating: C (59)


Shoot Club calls out Swedish Muscle and says this time, there will be no mercy, and Shoot Club will finally wear gold in Boston

Youngman is talking to a group of the babyfaces trying to find someone willing to take on Monster Inc. but nobody is stepping up, until Regular Joe comes over. He tells Youngman that they made a good team last time out, and if Youngman needs someone to watch his back, Joe would be willing to do it. Youngman smirks and asks if he's bringing his little Pixie to the dance. Joe says that between the two of them he's confident that he doesn't need any help, just like Youngman hasn't needed since he sent Red away. Youngman nods as if to say touche, and then pats Joe on the shoulder saying he will remember this when he's Openweight Champ again
Rating: D (45)

Katie Cameron is at the CWB logo with our first semifinalist in the Commonwealth Cup, Austin Smooth. She asks if he's made all his preparations to face Ash Campbell tonight and Smooth answers in the affirmative. He's been Boston for about 18 months now and he hasn't had THE big win yet. He never quite beat KC Glenn or El Mitico, Donnie J or Spencer Spade, and the win he got over Ernest Youngman...he didn't do that himself. But he did beat the man that is the Openweight champion. He made The Monster TAP. OUT. Now, The Monster just jumped the line and became champion anyway, and that pisses him off. He's worked hard to get where he's gotten, and gone around the world to up his game, and The Monster can just throw his weight around and be champ? That's fine because Austin will keep working, and grinding and make his way to the top and when he gets there, he's going to make sure The Monster's trip back down the mountain is nothing, if not Smooth
Rating: D+ (49)


Ernest Youngman & Regular Joe vs. Monster Inc. - The Monster & Kirk Drury
Youngman (19:44) via The Hit on The Monster
Monster Inc. was not interested in this being a particularly fair fight, not with the stakes so high. They do their best to work Joe over and keep Youngman out of the match but eventually The Assassin gets in and cleans house. Things do break down and after a Joe and Behold on Drury and The Maw of the Monster on Joe, Pettle tries to run a distraction on Youngman and Kurt Lovenkrantz, which works, only to have the Purple Pixie fly by with a missile dropkick to the back of The Monster's head, which pushes him right into The Hit. Youngman gets his win and he will get his shot at the Openweight Title
Rating: C+ (67)


Gabriel Buentello (looking quite perplexed that The Purple Pixie showed up again, might I add) is at the CWB logo to interview Commonwealth Cup semifinalist Ash Campbell, with Lisa Bowen. Gabriel asks "How we doing today, champ?" to which Ash can't hide his customary smirk. He's doing fantastic. He's got the lovely Lisa Bowen on on arm, soon he's going to have the Commonwealth Cup in the other, and not long after that he's going to have the Openweight Title around his waist. What's not to love about all of that? And he's sorry to Boston, that he's not sorry he's about to dominate in way never before seen. Because his girl wants the finer things in life, and what the Little Caboose wants, she gets. Bowen smiles and reminds everyone that they're dealing with the next generation of superstars, and their resistance is futile. What they want will be theirs, whether people like it or not
Rating: D+ (52)


System X - Joffy Lane & Little Bill Lebowski vs. Beauty Touch - Dermot O'Logical & Julius Moor
Moor (7:48) via Charging Tackle on Lane
The newly minted System X tries, but they can't overcome the strength and power of Julius Moor who mows them down
Rating: D (45)


Cherry Bomb comes out in front of the crowd to announce the top matches from tomorrow's Commonwealth Cup Finals. The Monster will defend the Boston Openweight Title against Ernest Youngman. Swedish Muscle will defend the Boston Tag Team Titles against Shoot Club, tonight's losers will face off with each other in the Commonwealth Cup Third Place Match, and tonight's winners will face each other with the 3rd CWB Commonwealth Cup resting in the balance.

After Cherry Bomb's announcements, the team of Lockett, Curran, and the mysteriously returned Simony Sentinel discuss what we're going to see tomorrow night
Rating: C- (54)


Commonwealth Cup Semifinals Match
Ash Campbell vs. Austin Smooth
Smooth (16:33) via Smooth Hold
This is a very deliberate affair with both guys being tentative, not wanting to make the big mistake that exposes them. Unfortunately for Smooth, Campbell has that ace up his sleeve in Lisa Bowen that gives him the opening he needs to take the advantage. Campbell works Smooth over methodically, knocking Smooth back down when he tries to rise up, but eventually Smooth breaks free and makes the comeback. Bowen gets involved again starting to undo a turnbuckle pad till she gets caught and reprimanded, which buys Campbell time to undo a different pad, and then drive Smooth face first into it. Campbell goes up top for the Shooting Star Press but Smooth moves at the last instant and Campbell crashes face first into the mat, the perfect position for Smooth to slap on the Smooth Hold. In the middle of the ring, with nowhere to go, Campbell has no choice but to tap out
Rating: C+ (69)


Katie Cameron is at the CWB logo with Fro Sure for an interview before the main event. She asks if Fro is ready for possibly two of the biggest nights of his life, and Fro says he couldn't be more ready. He's dropped the shucking and jiving since he's come to Boston. He loves to entertain and make the fans happy, but he's here to do more than that. He's here to prove that he loves this: competing and testing himself against the very best. He's ready to show that he's not just an entertainer, not just a wrestler, bu that he's the very best out there. And to do that he will win the Commonwealth Cup. He will prove that nobody in this company can touch him, Fro Sure

Gabriel Buentello is in Monster Inc.'s personal locker room to interview Acid II with Pettle. Acid is in the premier organization in CWB. He's the number two man. He's the representation of The Monster's interests in the Commonwealth Cup tournament. Does he feel the pressure to perform? Pettle smiles indignantly but Acid shows nothing behind his mask as he answers that he feels no pressure. The Monster created Monster Inc. to dominate this company. And when it's first iteration failed, The Monster started anew with Acid as one of the jewels in the new crown. And he is going to pay that confidence back by adding the one trophy Monster Inc. has never held: The Commonwealth Cup
Rating: C- (57)


Commonwealth Cup Semifinals Match
Acid II vs. Fro Sure
Acid (18:08) via Acid Rain Bomb
This one comes out at a frantic pace with neither man wanting this one to go long, with the potential final match tomorrow night, but as each guy goes for big moves they realize they're going to have to wear each other down to get there first. Both have their moments in control but Acid gets out in front and beats Fro around the ringside area to really hammer his opponent down. Late in the match, Fro fires up and hits the Sure Thing but Pettle distracts the ref from making the count. Fro tries to run Pettle off but Acid is up and crunches Fro with a lungblower. He then goes and hits the Acid Rain Bomb, and Fro Sure locks up his spot in the finals, celebrating as CWB comes to a close
Rating: C+ (69)


Final Grade: C (64)
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Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents The Commonwealth Cup Finals
Sunday Week 2 October 2015 Reggie Lewis Center (New England) Attendance: 2336


Pre-Show Match: Regular Joe & Purple Pixie vs. Kirk Drury & Outlaw Wes Revell
Pixie (9:46) Fluttering Fall (twisting moonsault) on Revell
Rating: D+ (48)
Pre-Show Angle: Katie interviews Joe & Pixie in the ring till Cherry Bomb interrupts wanting to know who PIxie is under her mask, and warning her that her vigilantism won't be tolerated for long
Rating: D (42)

The announce team of Phonse Lockett, Samuel Curran and Gabriel Buentello welcome the audience to the Commonwealth Cup Finals and go over the double main event of the Openweight Title match between The Monster and Ernest Youngman, and the Commonwealth Cup Finals between Acid II and Austin Smooth

Cherry Bomb comes out to the ring crowing because she's signed a new influx of talent that is going to carry CWB through the rest of 2015 and into the future of Boston. And she'd like to introduce the first step in that future. The newest tag team to hit the shores of Boston, The Natural and Warren Technique. It is her pleasure to give us Natural Technique
Rating: D+ (52)


Natural Technique - The Natural & Warren Technique vs. Flash Bomb - Steve Flash & Jerry Martin
Technique (9:12) via STF on Flash
The veteran Natural and the younger Warren Technique get thrown in the deep end of the pool, facing CWB stalwarts Flash Bomb, and their chemistry carries the early section of the match, but once Natural Technique takes control on Martin, it becomes clear this will be a threat in the tag division. They lose control of Martin and Steve Flash comes out swinging, but eventually he simply strikes out, and Warren Technique makes Flash pass out in his STF
Rating: D (42)


Natural Technique celebrates their victory pretty disappointed. If this is the best Boston has to offer they'll be the tag team champs in no time

We go to the CWB logo where Katie Cameron is standing by with the number one contender to the Openweight Title, Ernest Youngman. She asks how he feels finally getting his shot to regain his title, against the man he won the title. Youngman says it's been a long year, since he won the 2014 Commonwealth Cup and became the first Boston Openweight Champion. He's been through a lot, and he's seen great growth throughout CWB, and none of that is more evident than with the man holding his title, The Monster. It may be very easy to look at The Monster and say he stole the Openweight Title, but he had an opportunity in front of him and he took advantage of it. And that's all you can ask for in Boston: Just get one opportunity and make it count. Well The Assassin has crossed The Monster's name off The List once, and he can do it again. So he's glad he's got this one shot, because he's going to make it count and bring the Openweight Title back where it belongs...home
Rating: C- (54)


Julius Moor vs. Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr
Moor (6:27) via Charging Tackle
Moor was bothered by Dragon's speed for a minute or two, then took complete control and dominated
Rating; D- (37)


Katie Cameron is at the CWB logo with her guests at this time, Wild and Free. Cameron is her usual guarded self around BLM and asks Fire Fly how they feel about the less than veiled threats levied against them by New England Revolution and Gabriel Buentello. Fire Fly knows people may find them to be weird or eccentric...especially this one, he points to BLM holding up a large daisy for Cameron, as if a peace offering. Cameron is touched and takes it and BLM sweeps her in his arms. I mean no offense and no harm, I just appreciate the human body, in all its forms, and I cannot help what I find...appealing. He says releasing a flushed Cameron from his grip. Fire Fly restarts noting that the things Masked Patriot accuses them of are untrue and if they think it will be so easy to get rid of them, they haven't been paying attention. But when they're done, they'll know you don't get rid of them so easy. Their will is bigger than they think
Rating: D+ (49)


New England Revolution - Masked Patriot & The Pilgrim vs. Wild and Free - Boriken Love Machine Jr. & Amazing Fire Fly
Fire Fly (16:06) via Sky High Fire Fly on Pilgrim
NE Revolution does come in looking to steamroll the young foreigners and for a time it works. The Revolution takes particular glee in working over BLM as Buentello froths on commentary, but the Exotico is able to hang in and get his young partner in, and Fire Fly is a ball of lighting flashing all over the ring. BLM is able to wipe out Patriot with a springboard moonsault to the outside (conveniently laying prone on Patriot in a compromising position), which gives Fire Fly the time to hit the Sky High Fire Fly and bring it home for their team
Rating: C (59)


We go to the locker room area where Lisa Bowen is helping Ash Campbell prepare for his match with Fro Sure. Campbell is in a surly mood, because he's not in the main event tonight, and Lisa hushes him. He looks surprised considering her ultimatum that he brings home a title, and Lisa shushes him again. She's more than pleased with how he did in the Commonwealth Cup and she wanted to do something special for him, so she's got a surprise for him. Ash looks pleased and peaks at Bowen's caboose, but she wags her finger. He'll get his surprise out there, in the ring tonight. If he's a good boy. She kisses Ash and grins, telling him to limber up before she leaves the room
Rating: D+ (51)


Joffy Laine vs. Paradox
Joffy (5:37) via Death Spiral
Joffy looks pretty impressive in getting the victory here
Rating: D (41)


Gabriel Buentello is at the CWB logo to interview Monster Inc., as the entire unit is here, before their main event matches. Buentello starts with Acid II, asking if he feels prepared to finally win the Commonwealth Cup that has eluded their faction for these last 3 years. Acid replies that he is more than ready, he has never been more ready for a match in his life. He knows just how good Austin Smooth is, as they've torn it up many a time before in Matthew Keith's...playground. But this isn't play time anymore, this is for real. This is for keeps. This is for the Commonwealth Cup. And it doesn't matter how good Austin Smooth is, how good he has become, when it comes to this match tonight, it is a match he cannot lose and it is a match he will not lose. He will show everyone what Monster Inc. is capable of. He will show everyone what Acid is made of
Gabriel then turns his attention to the Openweight Champion, asking what he thinks of his first match against Ernest Youngman since they met at last year's Commonwealth Cup. The Monster gives a hungry looking smile then says that he's waited a year for this meal, and he will devour Ernest Youngman. Then nobody will doubt The Monster's dominance over Boston
Rating: C (60)

We go to the ring where Shoot Club comes out for their Tag Team Title match with something to say. Al Coleman and Marc Speed are done playing games, they are done playing the soldiers. They become the leaders, tonight, by taking the Boston Tag Titles for themselves.
Swedish Muscle make their way out and Nigel Svensson feels bad for them, if they think that's how things are going to go. Because Shoot Club will not be getting their tag team titles. They only thing they will be receiving is the beating of their lives courtesy of SWEDISH MUSCLE!
Rating: D (42)


Boston Tag Team Title Match
Swedish Muscle - Nigel Svensson & Anders Thunder vs. Shoot Club - Al Coleman & Marc Speed
Anders (11:55) via Riksdag on Speed
Shoot Club's time at the top of the mountain may still last a while, but their time at the top in Boston seems to be over, as Swedish Muscle wears them down and then puts them away
Rating: C (65)


Swedish Muscle celebrates their victory as they do, reminding everyone that they are the standard of the tag team division in Boston

We go to the back to a pensive looking Fro Sure stalking back and forth before he settles and says that he was THIS close to the biggest match of his life, but he came up short against Acid II. The loss stings, but he knows how close he is to being at the top of his game, and if he can't be wrestling for the Commonwealth Cup, this is a pretty nice consolation. Fro hasn't seen Ash in a while, in the middle of that ring, and that's a shame because he knows that Ash can go like few others. And Fro loves the challenge of beating someone talented like that. And Fro also knows that when he beats Campbell, it'll put him right near the top of the list of guys to wrestle for the Openweight Title, so he hopes Ash brings everything he's got to the ring tonight, so that when he loses he knows it was to the better man. Fro Sure.
Rating: D+ (50)


Ash Campbell vs. Fro Sure
Ash (14:04) via Shooting Star Press
Fro Sure was more than ready to roll in this match and a deflated Ash Campbell was just holding on for dear life, for long stretches, but the match turns late when Lisa Bowen causes just enough distraction that her "present" to Ash Campbell makes his presence felt as Hollywood Bret Star hops the guard rail and lays out Fro Sure with a thunderous lariat. Campbell then hits the Ash 2 Ash and then the Shooting Star Press to get the victory
Rating: C+ (67)


Lisa Bowen and Bret Star join Campbell in the ring, standing over the fallen Fro Sure. Lisa would like to take this opportunity to introduce the world to the future of professional wrestling: The daughter of Runaway Train, the son of Nemesis, and the grandson of Mighty Mickey Starr. She would like to introduce the world to 2nd Gen. The men stand to either side of Lisa, raising her hands and taking a bow as they celebrate their debut
Rating: D+ (52)


Felipe Caballero & Henry Bennett vs. Little Bill Lebowski & Xavi Ferrera
Felipe (8:24) via Caballero Drop on Bill
Following that up is a "competitive squash" match. Bill and Xavi are good enough to make it interesting for spurts, but there's no doubt who is going to take this one
Rating: C- (53)


Boston Openweight Title Match
The Monster vs. Ernest Youngman
Youngman (17:28) via DQ
The Monster had an early burst but that didn't last long and Youngman slowly builds up steam, which The Monster cannot overcome. Youngman cuts off Pettle before she can get involved and then lays The Monster out with The Hit but The Monster is able to kick out at 2.99999999. Youngman is undeterred and sets up for a second Hit. As he goes for it though, The Monster fells Youngman with a clear low blow. Kurt Lovenkrantz admonishes The Monster not wanting to end the match that way, and The Monster is disappointed, until he smiles and then kicks Lovenkrantz right in the family jewels. A doubled over Lovenkrantz HAS to call for the bell
Rating: B (78)


The Monster holds up the Openweight Title, mocking his challenger, as Youngman swears that he will get back what is his
Rating: C (64)

We go to the CWB logo where Phonse Lockett is set to interview the other finalist in this year's Commonwealth Cup, Austin Smooth. Phonse asks Smooth if he's prepared for the biggest match of his life and Smooth says we'll find out if he was prepared in about a half an hour. He can tell you all the things you want to hear, and he could tell you the truth about how his stomach is spinning in anticipation, but none of that really matters. All that matters is that he goes out there and puts on the show he knows he's capable of, take everything that Acid and Monster Inc. can throw at him, outlast it all and do the thing that he promised he would at the beginning of the hot summer: Win the 2015 Commonwealth Cup. So he's going to do that, and then he's going to fulfill his other promise, and become the Smoothest Openweight Champion Boston will ever see
Rating: D+ (52)


Commonwealth Cup Finals
Acid II vs. Austin Smooth
Smooth (26:20) via Smooth Hold
This match stays pretty cleanly fought, as both men want to win this title, more than anything else. Both men struggle to maintain control, but down the stretch Acid exerts himself and Smooth starts to wilt. Acid gets Smooth down with a huge backdrop and goes for the Acid Rain Bomb, but much like the semis, Smooth is able to move at just the last moment, and locks the Smooth Hold on the dazed and prone opponent. Being in the middle of the ring, Acid has no other recourse but to tap out, giving the Commonwealth Cup to young Austin Smooth
Rating: B (80)


Austin Smooth is met in the ring by Phonse Lockett for the Winners Ceremony but as they get along, they are interrupted by The Monster who only comes out to hold up the Openweight Title, as if daring the young champion to challenge him. Smooth simply holds up the Commonwealth Cup trophy and promises that they will meet very soon indeed, as Championship Wrestling from Boston comes to a close
Rating: C (62)


Final Grade: B- (73)
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Post by Jama7301 » Wed Jun 03, 2015 2:41 pm

Purple Pixie Pre-Show Party! Party promptly pooped per prediction.

Natural Technique wins, but is dissappointed... that's some arrogance.

SUCK it NE Rev. Bet that one stung Patriot.

Look at Nigel, tearing it up while injured. Good on ya, you goofy looking Swede.

Yes! Youngman got his title match. FUCK! The Monster is a MOTHER FUCKER!

SMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOTH! #NiceThing
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Post by Jama7301 » Wed Jun 03, 2015 7:09 pm

Also, say it with me, you know the words...


FUCK
YOUR
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GODDAMN IT
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And don't leave out the semi-main, it'd feel lonely
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There's my new go-to gif for this situation.
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I like it. That's a good one
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RPW Blackout IX
Friday, Week 3, October 2015
War Memorial Auditorium (Mid-West)
Attendance: 1,786

Pre-show
Punchline (Steel & Austin Moore) def Cal Sanders & Ryan Turner via Running Spinebuster on Turner.
Rating: D- (38)

Main Show

We open the show with tonight’s announce crew of Tony Chambers, Tara Morgan, and Duke Hazzard informing us that in two weeks, at RPW Painkiller, Steve Flash will defend his title against Kirk Jameson. As they discuss the title match, they also ponder the whereabouts of Matthew Keith.

Rating: E (26 –Goddamn announcers)

Then, Now, Forever (RPW Champion Steve Flash & Matty Faith) vs Amazing Fire Fly & Marc Raisin
Amazing Fire Fly fires out of the gate on Steve Flash, trying to catch the vet by surprise. It works for a time, as Fire Fly brings a newfound intensity, but Flash bails before Fire Fly can gain any real traction. Fire Fly gets greedy, and tries to dive over the top rope onto the Champ, but crashes and burns. That’s the only opening TNF needs to take control. Raisin gets in, and tries to mount a comeback, but gets quickly shut down by Matty Faith. A tag to Flash, and the champion picks the bones clean with a Flash Bang.

Then, Now, Forever via Flash Bang on Raisin.
Rating: D- (38)

Faith grabs a mic after the match, and says that he wants to prove to Steve Flash that he’s much more capable than Frank ever could be. Flash nods, and leaves the ring. Faith proceeds to run down the competition in RPW and says that he found someone before the show that will be a real challenge. He points to the ramp, and a dumpty masked man comes out, slowly working his way towards the ring.

Rating: D (47)

Faith vs Masked Man #2
No, no this guy was not a challenge. Faith dispatches the nobody quickly.

Faith via Fall From Faith
Rating: E (26)

We pan over all the women participating in the RPW Women’s Invitational as they warm up. The current standings and matchups are then shown.

Rating: D (46)

We go to the interview area where Chloe Dean welcomes to RPW TCW Wrestler, Teddy Powell. Powell introduces himself and says he’s spending some time here to give back to the wrestling industry. He says he wants to help the next generation find their way. As he’s saying this, a fist-pumping Ant-Man enters the shot with a pair of over-sized headphones on. When he recognizes Powell, he takes the headphones off, and shakes Powell’s hand, saying that he recognized him. While the two are exchanging pleasantries, Drake Young enters the frame, looking smug. He says that what could a washed up curtain-jerker possibly teach anybody. Powell says that he’s got more knowledge and respect for the business than Young will ever have. He says he’ll prove it by teaming up with young Ant-Man here and beating Young and whoever he can find to be his partner tonight. Young laughs, and exits the shot, saying this is too easy.

Rating: D+ (48)

RPW Women’s Invitational A Block Match
Foxxy LaRue (0 Points) vs Estrella Blanca (0 Points)
A quick handshake to start the match, and the two then lock up. Foxxy easily outpowers the luchadora and uses her size advantage to dictate the pace. Estrella starts a comeback off of a picture perfect missile dropkick, but the rally comes to an abrupt halt when LaRue turns Estrella inside-out with a lariat. A quick Flash Head Kick later, and LaRue gets on the board.

Foxxy LaRue via Flash Head Kick
Rating: E+ (35)

Foxxy shakes Estrella’s hand following the match, and the two celebrate together on the turnbuckles.

Rating: E (27)

Back in the interview area, we see Chloe Dean welcome Kip Keenan and Topher Smith. Dean says that Kip’s had a rough debut here in RPW, and Topher Smith couldn’t find too much traction with his tag team partner. Are they hoping they can gel enough tonight to give them some momentum going forwards? Topher nods, and starts by saying that he’s still friends with Ant-Man, they just need some time to stretch their legs. Before you know it, the Gopher and the Ant will be back stronger than ever. Kip says that he’s a bit like a character from The Tortoise and the Hare. You see, he’s the hare who takes a bit of time to hit top speed. Now that he’s got past the rough patch, he’s going to streak past everyone and show how good he can be. Dean asks him if he’s ever read the Tortoise and the Hare, and Keenan replies that he’s got the premise. Hare and Tortoise race, and the hare blows the turtle out of the water because of how fast he is. Dean shakes her head and says that the hare loses the race because he gets over-confident, and takes a nap. Kip looks horrified and starts rubbing his temples as he calls himself stupid repeatedly before leaving the shot.

Rating: D- (36)

Sweet and Sour make their entrance with a few more women tagging along with Kali Fornia as they sing and dance their way to the ring.

Rating: C- (54)

Sweet & Sour (J Cool & Flash Savage) vs Kip Keenan & Topher Smith
Kip and Topher try, they really do, but after an initial burst, it all falls apart for them. The pair has a long road ahead of them, as Sweet and Sour roll in this one.

Sweet & Sour via Lay a Beat Down on Smith.
Rating: D- (36)

We cut to another short camera-phone video of Mito Miwa and Nigel. Nigel says that today, they’re trying out some local cuisine at a Mid-West cook-off. The video then shows them sampling varying dishes throughout the day, arguing about which dish was the best, and closing off the video with them toasting root beer floats in frosted mugs.

Rating: D (42)

RPW Women’s Invitational B Block Match
Debbie Rose (0 Points) vs Paige Croft (2 Points)
Rose tries to follow Foxxy’s example, and goes for a handshake, but she eats a kick to the face for her troubles. Croft continues the ground-and pound offense on Rose, demanding that Rose kiss her boots and beg for mercy. Rose almost catches Croft with a roll up, which infuriates Croft. Rose takes advantage of the outraged Croft, and takes control for long enough to hit a Fisherman’s Neckbreaker, she calls the Thorn Cutter, for the win.

Rose via Thorn Cutter
Rating: D (45)

Back in the interview area, Tony Chambers introduces Alicia Strong. Chambers officially welcomes Strong to RPW and asks for her thoughts. Strong blows him off, and snaps her fingers a few times. A personal attendant hands her a few objects: a compact, some sunglasses, and a coat. After making sure everything was acceptable, she dons the sunglasses and coat and tells her assistant to go prepare her dressing room. She’s done suffering this idiot. As she goes off screen, she asks her assistant if they can hire a personal interviewer, as Chambers is left alone.

Rating: D+ (52)

RPW Women’s Invitational A Block Match
Jamie Quine (2 Points) vs Queen Amazon (2 Points)
Quine and Amazon go back and forth, with Amazon showing why she’s the strongest woman in RPW, and Jamie Quine staying just a step ahead of any killshot Amazon tries to land. Amazon hoists Quine up for a huge Powerbomb, but Quine goes for Queen Amazon’s mask, pulling it over her eyes. She slips off Amazon, and rolls her up, as Queen Amazon is still blinded.

Quine via Roll-up
Rating: D (42)

Chloe Dean is in the interview area with Drake Young. Dean asks him if he found a partner for the upcoming match. Young replies that he went a little outside the box for his partner. Someone who’s been chomping at the bit to find someone new to hurt. Young says his only concern is that this won’t entertain his partner long enough. Dean asks why he felt the need to insult Teddy Powell earlier tonight. Young is offended. He says he didn’t say anything that wasn’t true. All he did was point out to those unfamiliar with the career of Teddy Powell what exactly he’s accomplished. Spoiler alert, it’s nothing. So tonight, Powell and that walking joke Ant-Man will know their place after they face Drake Young and Marcus Lucillius.
Out on the ramp, we see Tony Chambers with Marcus Lucilius. Chambers is obviously hesitant standing next to the large Roman. He asks Marcus why he agreed to be Drake Young’s partner tonight. Marcus says that he has some business he needs to attend to. He brings up how Ant-Man was one of the cowards who wouldn’t fight him fairly. He also says he hasn’t forgotten who won that match. And when that little pipsqueak is done with his little vacation with his exotic friend, he’s going to settle the score.

Rating: D (47)

Teddy Powell & Ant Man vs Marcus Lucilius & Drake Young

Drake Young is very antagonistic in this match, bailing at the first sign of trouble, and only asking for a tag when Lucilius has complete control. Ant-Man manages to fight out of a Backdrop Driver, and makes the hot tag to Powell, who starts to throw hands at Lucilius, and Young. Powell looks to be in control of Lucilius, until Young flies into the ring and decks Powell in the head. Lucilius plants Powell with an Inverted Piledriver. He then drags the body of Powell over toward Ant-Man. He leaves Powell’s body lie there, as he tells Ant-Man to tag himself in. Ant-Man has more balls than brains, and tags the lifeless Powell. He tries to come in hot on Lucilius, but is mostly ineffective. Lucilius lands the Backdrop Driver and picks up the win.

Marcus Lucilius via Backdrop Driver on Ant-Man
Rating: C- (54)

RPW Women’s Invitational B Block Match
Danielle Sweetheart (0 Points) vs Alicia Strong (2 Points)
Sweetheart looks to get on the board tonight, and she comes out on a roll. She gets a few early nearfalls on Strong, and that’s all it takes for Alicia to lock it down. Strong dominates the second half of the match, keeping the pressure on so Sweetheart can’t get back into it. She finally lands the Angel Driver, but that’s not enough. She grabs the wrist of the downed Sweetheart, and uses her leg as a fulcrum to wrench on the arm. Sweetheart has no choice but to tap out furiously as her arm is bent backwards.

Strong via Strong Arm Tactics (Arm Bar variation)
Rating: C+ (68)

Show Rating: C- (53)


RPW WOMEN'S INVITATIONAL STANDINGS

BLOCK A

Jamie Quine (4 Points)
Queen Amazon (2 Points)
Foxxy LaRue (2 Points)
Estrella Blanca (0 Points)


Block B

Alicia Strong (4 Points)
Debbie Rose (2 Points)
Paige Croft (2 Points)
Danielle Sweetheart (0 Points)


Next Round Matchups

Foxxy LaRue vs Jamie Quine
Estrella Blanca vs Queen Amazon

Alicia Strong vs Paige Croft
Debbie Rose vs Danielle Sweetheart
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Post by GooberBM » Tue Jun 23, 2015 9:06 am

That's a very full show, you've got there. Lots of action going on.

TNF continues to be awful waffles. The jerks.

Same with Drake Young. Jeez Marcus Lucillius sending messages and junk!

Kip Keenan is the midcard loser we both want and need.

The ladies have shown up in Mid West and they're tearing it up. #RealMainEvent

Fun show that keeps moving a lot of pieces around. The Jameson/Flash title match will be interesting. I wonder how much more you can get out of Flash as champion before you need to pull the plug on him because of his declining abilities. Can Jameson be the one?
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Post by GooberBM » Tue Jun 23, 2015 9:48 am

Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents the Joint CILL Spectacular
Saturday Week 4 October 2015 Gutierrez Community Center (South Central Mexico) Attendance: 28


Gabriel Buentello opens the show in the ring, awaiting his guests at this time, New England Revolution. Patriot, Pilgrim and Mexican expat Rapido meet Buentello and are asked how they are going to bounce back from the embarrassment they felt at the Commonwealth Cup Finals. Pilgrim speaks first saying that was a minor hiccup on the road to greatness. They underestimated just how low Wild and Free would sink to deter them and it won't happen again.
Masked Patriot agrees, saying that what happened at that show is a travesty. America is the greatest country on Earth, except that it lets in illegals and miscreants like Amazing Fire Fly and Boriken Love Machine Jr., and they have taken up the duty of cleansing CWB. If you doubt their ability to clean Boston, just remember what they did to KC Glenn, a man that was "beloved" by the sycophant fans, but who will never be seen in Boston again. Who ever crosses us, will have the same fate to look forward to, because their Revolution is real, and it will be felt
Rating: E+ (31)


Masked Patriot & Rapido (CILL) vs. Ekuma & Paradigm
Patriot (7:43) via Patriot Slam on Paradigm
Patriot and Rapido are no dummies, they don't go after the big Hawaiian, but when they can isolate the young Paradigm, the plan comes to fruition and Patriot rebuilds his momentum with a win
Rating: D (44)

Felipe Caballero vs. Jerry Martin
Felipe (11:03) via Caballero Drop
This was a very even one-on-one match, that was leaning Martin's way, until it stopped being an even affair, as Henry Bennett came out and put the numbers in Caballero's favor. A distraction and a Bennett lariat later, led to a Caballero Drop that gets Felipe to the winner's circle
Rating: E+ (34)


Bennett & Caballero celebrate the victory asking Martin where his pal Old Man Flash was to watch his back.

Phonse Lockett is in the back with Lisa Bowen, Bart Starr and Ash Campbell. Phonse starts with the obvious question of what brought 2nd Gen together. Lisa is quick to take this one as he wants her boys to focus on nothing but the match ahead of them. Ash Campbell is a stud, in and out of the ring in everything he does...Ash can't not smirk and Lisa looks mildly flushed. But it was asking too much of him to just waltz into the Commonwealth Cup and win. Not with groups like Monster Inc. and New England Revolution, and people just showing up out of the woodwork like Fro Sure. The Little Caboose is proud of her superstar but it wasn't fair, and she knew he needed some backup to bring the gold home. So she broke out her daddy's old rolodex (seriously pops, get a smartphone), and she did some scouting. And the name that kept calling out to her...Well look at him. He's big, he's strong, he's athletic, and he's as gorgeous as Ash and me. He is the perfect specimen to add to my stable of thoroughbreds that are going to take Boston and everywhere else by storm. We are the future of professional wrestling, we are the 2nd Gen
Rating: E (28)


2G - Hollywood Bart Starr & Ash Campbell vs. Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr (CILL) & Xavi Ferrera
Campbell (10:16) via Shooting Star Press on Xavi
The pairing of Starr and Campbell starts out slow, as the hometown boy Dragon and Xavi use their speed and athleticism to overwhelm the second generation stars. But talent rises to the top and once 2G settles in, they pick apart Dragon, and the young Xavi is no match for pedigree of Starr and Campbell
Rating: D (42)


We go to the locker room area where Ernest Youngman is getting a shoulder rub from Mercedes Jiminez, while they go over strategy as to how to get their hands on The Monster when CILL's World Champion, Tigre Salvaje Jr. comes in and sits with them. The exchange pleasantries and Tigre notes that there seems to be a Monster problem and that now it is in Mexico, in his backyard. Tigre doesn't like problems, he likes solutions. Tigre likes the solution of having Red in their corner tonight because she will watch the outside. Tonight, they will watch each other's backs on the inside. And if The Monster gives any more trouble, he won't have to look far to find a champion willing to bring him the fight. Youngman looks impressed, but tells Tigre to just make sure Acid stays clear because the only guy that's going to bring the fight to The Monster is the first Boston Openweight Champion. The REAL champion of Boston. The Assassin, Ernest Youngman

We go to a video package, narrated by Phonse Lockett, about Austin Smooth's road through Boston, from his time working with Spencer Spade, to coming into his own, breaking out and putting on match of the night type performances, and it all coming together this summer as Austin Smooth won the 2015 Commonwealth Cup. It is followed up with Smooth's reaffirmed promise to become the next, Smoothest Openweight Champion
Rating: D- (37)


Regular Joe vs. Julius Moor
Moor (5:49) via Charging Tackle
Dermott O'Logical on the outside and Juilus Moor on the inside was too much for Joe to handle. He probably could have used some Pixiedust...where was she???
Rating: E (27)


Boriken Love Machine Jr. vs. El Pavo Real (CILL)
BLM (13:09) via Love Gun (after botched Buentello interference)
These kids gave it a go, with BLM being more than a match for one of the tri-stars of CILL, but this match turned irrevocably when Gabriel Buentello tried to distract BLM on the mic and by getting on the apron. It almost works but BLM moves when Pavo tries to hit him from behind and Pavo only knocks Buentello down instead. That gives BLM enough time to deliver the Love Gun and get the win
Rating: D- (36)


New England Revolution storms the ring after the bell and obliterates BLM, knowing that Amazing Fire Fly was not in the building tonight, they pick apart BLM, hitting a Plymouth Rocker and Patriot Slam. Patriot stands over BLM and tells him that this is what he has to look foward to if he comes back to Patriot's Boston again.

Monster Inc. is in full force in the back with The Monster letting Youngman, Tigre, and whoever else is listening know that if they challenge the elite group in CWB, they're just going to end up food that gets devoured. They are the dominant force and nobody will take what belongs to them
Rating: E+ (30)


Monster Inc. - The Monster & Acid II vs. Tigre Salvaje Jr. (CILL) & Ernest Youngman
Tigre (14:41) via Salvaje Suplex on Acid
Things went just the way Youngman had planned. Mercedes kept Pettle quiet on the outside, Youngman and Monster battled their way into a stalemate, and off around the ringside area and beyond, and Acid was still feeling the hangover from losing the Commonwealth Cup Final, and Tigre was on top of his game delivering his patented Salvaje Suplex to get the win on home soil
Rating: C- (56)


Final Grade: D (46)
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Post by Jama7301 » Sat Jul 11, 2015 7:22 pm

"Everything that happened on that show was a travesty" I take it NE Revolution are not fans of one Austin Smooth.

The first half of the show was pretty awful. Henry Bennett coming in to ruin Martin's day, 2G running wild, Masked Patriot is not a nice fella, and Regular Joe was out numbered... What a load of shits those heels were.

But the night ended on a high note, with Monster Inc taking the fall. The world is safe from The Monster expanding his influence... for now.

Easy breezy show. Nice to see Mercedes again, and a quick trip down to Mexico gives us a breather before the next big show rolls around. Good fun.
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Post by Jama7301 » Sun Jul 12, 2015 2:42 pm

Also, I can't believe I missed this...

FUCK NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION

Fuckers laying out BLM like that. That ain't right.
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RPW Painkiller XI
Friday, Week 1, November 2015
War Memorial Auditorium (Mid-West)
Attendance: 1,879

Pre-Show
Nigel Svensson & Mito Miwa vs Stink & Sammy the Shark
Mito Miwa via Pride Bomber on Sammy the Shark
Rating: D (42)

Main Show

We open the show at the announcers deck, as Tara Morgan, Tony Chambers, and Duke Hazzard welcome us to the show. Tonight, we will find out who will square off for the RPW Women’s Championship. But first, we have an RPW Title match months in the making. Kirk Jameson gets another shot at RPW Steve Flash. Last time, Flash was Disqualified when Matty Faith and Frank Harriet jumped Jameson. Tonight, TNF is one man lighter, after having cut Harriet from their ranks. Will that provide Jameson enough of an opening to win tonight?

Rating: E+ (30)

RPW Championship Match
Kirk Jameson vs Steve Flash © w/ Matty Faith
Jameson tries to bring the fight to Flash early and often, but the crafty vet stalls repeatedly to stop any and all momentum the Challenger can build. Flash can only keep this up so long before the quicker, and younger Jameson catches up. He starts gearing up, but is immediately derailed by an interfering Matty Faith. Faith gets involved one time too many, and eats a Bullseye from Jameson, that sends him tumbling off apron. The distraction allowed Flash to set up Jameson for the Flash Bomb, but Kirk slips out of it. As Jameson starts to build the momentum, Frank Harriet runs down to the ring and tries goes after Jameson. It backfires though, as he’s tossed into Steve Flash. Jameson sets his sights, and lands an echoing Bullseye on Flash, and we have a new RPW Champion!

Jameson via Bullseye.
Rating: D+ (52)

Frank tries to plead his case on the outside to Steve Flash, but the former RPW Champion is having none of it. He blasts Frank across the jaw, and starts stomping away on the outside. Soon, Matty Faith joins in the assault, as Kirk Jameson celebrates in the ring. Jameson notices what’s going on outside the ring, and he taunts Flash by raising the title. Infuriated, Flash taps Faith on the chest, and signals to the ring. The two try to surround Jameson, but as they climb onto the apron, Matthew Keith storms the ring to even the odds. Keith and Jameson exchange a few words, before going back-to-back, facing Faith and Flash. Without the advantage, and Flash still tired from his match, Then, Now, Forever take their leave. Jameson and Keith shake hands, and as Jameson goes to break the handshake to celebrate more, Keith holds on. Keith points to the RPW title and then at himself, before letting go of Jameson. He then exits the ring and claps for Jameson, as the new Champion celebrates his first RPW Championship Reign.

Rating: D (46)

Sweet and Sour make their entrance with Kali Fornia in tow, singing and dancing their way down the aisle.

Rating: D+ (49)

Sweet & Sour (J Cool & Flash Savage) vs Amazing Fire Fly & Cal Sanders vs Kip Keenan & Logan Wolfsbaine
Sweet and Sour look to firmly plant themselves as the number 1 contenders for Wolf’s Rayne’s tag team titles, as Cal Sanders and Amazing Fire Fly look to get themselves back on track. New comers Kip Keenan and Logan Wolfsbaine try to prove themselves, but they get blown out of the match early. As the four remaining men duke it out, as the ref tries to restore order, Flash Savage uppercuts Sanders in the groin behind the ref’s back, and rolls him up, for the 1, 2, 3.

Flash Savage via Low Blow rollup.
Rating: D- (40)

In the interview, Tony Chambers welcomes the NEW RPW Champion, Kirk Jameson. Chambers congratulates Jameson on his victory tonight and asks him how he’s feeling right now. Jameson says it feels great to be the new RPW Champion. But what feels better is that RPW is now finally, FINALLY free from the reign of Steve Flash and his cronies. Chambers then asks about Matthew Keith’s appearance, and his calling his shot for the title. Jameson says that when you call your own shot, you better not miss, otherwise… Before he can continue, Matthew Keith enters the frame and prompts Jameson “Otherwise… what?”. Jameson smirks at Keith, and finishes, “otherwise, you’ll just look like a joker who can’t handle the moment.” Keith laughs, and says that he’ll keep that in mind. He makes his claim for a title shot known, but says he’s got business to attend to first. Keith says he still needs to extract HIS pound of flesh from Steve Flash.

Rating: C- (55)

RPW Women’s Invitational Block B Match
Danielle Sweetheart (0 Points) vs Debbie Rose (2 Points)
This match is a back and forth affair, with neither women able to gain an upper hand. Neither can land their finisher, as they become more and more exhausted. Finally, a double crossbody takes out both women, and neither of them are able to answer the ref’s count.

Draw via Double KO
Rating: D- (36)

Danielle Sweetheart is the first to her feet, and Rose is up shortly after. The two look at each other from across the ring, as their tournament comes to a close. Sweetheart offers a handshake as a sign of respect, and Rose accepts. Rose then pulls Sweetheart in for a big hug in the middle of the ring. The two then climb the turnbuckles and thank the crowd for welcoming them to RPW.

Rating: D- (39)

Chloe Dean is in the interview area with Sweet & Sour. J Cool takes the mic from her before Dean can get a word out, and starts humming a bar. Flash leans over and joins in for a second. Satisfied, they hand the mic back to Chloe Dean. She asks what that was all about, and they respond by saying they had to make sure the mic was tuned properly. She says that mics don’t need tuning. They respond by saying they’re very familiar with the auto-tuned microphones. Dean clears her throat and says that Sweet and Sour have been named the number 1 contenders for the RPW Tag Team Championships. She prompts for comments. Flash says that when they get their match they’ll beat… uh… They’ll beat… He asks J Cool who the champions are, and Cool just shrugs. Flash shrugs back and says whoever the champions are, they won’t be holding those precious belts much longer. J Cool says that it’s time to go. They need to hit up wardrobe so they can find some close that’ll go with the belts. As they walk off the two try to puzzle out who the RPW Tag Team Champions are.

Rating: D (42)

RPW Women’s Invitational Block A Match
Estrella Blanca (0 Points) vs Queen Amazon (2 Points)
With a win, and a Foxxy LaRue victory later, Queen Amazon is still in contention to win Block A. She explodes through Blanca with high impact offense, but can’t quite seem to put the luchadora away. Her frustrations at this end up costing her, as an argument with the ref leads to her being rolled up by Blanca.

Estrella Blanca via rollup
Rating: E+ (32)

Queen Amazon looks stunned in the ring for a moment, before she realizes that Estrella Blanca just eliminated her from winning her Block. Queen Amazon starts throwing a fit in the ring, tearing off turnbuckle covers and shaking the ropes. She goes to the outside and starts tearing up some of the padding and kicking the barricades, screaming all the while.

Rating: D- (38)

We cut backstage to hear Steve Flash yelling, as a locker room door opens, and Matty Faith comes out. He looks over his shoulder towards the locker room, and shakes his head, before taking out his cell phone and prepares to take a picture of himself. He pauses, as Alicia Strong walks by, stretching her arms. The two lock eyes for a moment, before Strong moves on, preparing for her decision match later tonight.

Rating: D+ (48)

A video plays hyping up Foxxy LaRue vs Jamie Quine. The winner of this match will win Block A. The video goes through their path through the Invitational Tournament.

Rating: D (45)

RPW Women’s Invitational Block A Match
Foxxy LaRue (2 Points) vs Jamie Quine (4 Points)
Quine goes to her bag of tricks for this one, stooping to pulling Foxxy down by her hair, and choking her on the ropes. Foxxy fights through it all though, and her perseverance pays off when she stuns Quine with a Jawbreaker that gives her an opening to hit the Flash Head Kick.

Foxxy via Flash Head Kick
Rating: D+ (50)

A video plays hyping the main event, the RPW Women’s Invitational B Block Decision Match between Paige Croft and Alicia Strong.

Rating: D+ (52)

RPW Women’s Invitational Block B Match
Paige Croft (2 Points) vs Alicia Strong (4 Points)
After the two circle the ring for a bit, this one dissolves into a slap exchange. Alicia gives worse than she gets, and drops Croft with a sharp knee to the gut. That takes the wind out of Croft's sails, as a fired up Strong takes over and never looks back, cementing her place in the first ever RPW Women’s Championship Match after an emphatic Angel Driver.

Alicia Strong via Angel Driver
Rating: C (62)

As Strong stands tall in the ring, gesturing that the title will be hers, Foxxy Larue appears from behind the curtain. The two stare each other down as the show comes to a close.

Rating: D+ (51)

Show Rating: C- (56)
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Post by Red_And_Yellow » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:17 am

I didn't want to start a new thread for what I'm doing because I wouldn't update it with any sort of regularity, but I actually have been playing EWR the last few days, and the goal is to recreate TNA essentially and make them the #1 promotion in the world.

I've renamed them NACW - North American Championship Wrestling and signed the following workers:

Alex Shelley, Young Bucks, Briscoe Brothers, Adam Cole, Kevin Steen, Portia Perez, Manami Toyota, Cheerleader Melissa, El Generico, Seth Rollins, La Sombra, Perro Aguayo Jr., and Rush.
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Championship Wrestling From Boston
Saturday Week 2 November 2015 Reggie Lewis Center (New England) Attendance: 2802


Pre-Show Match: Ekuma & Fro Sure vs. Al Coleman & Paradox
Fro Sure (6:29) via Sure Thing on Paradox
Alrighty....
Rating: D (44)

Amazing Fie Fly vs. Masked Patriot
Patriot (14:04) via Patriot Slam
We start this episode of Championship Wrestling From Boston with in-ring action as Fire Fly looks to gain retribution for his buddy BLM by taking the head of the Revolution. The numbers game, however, is too much for Fire Fly to overcome as he gets shoved off the top rope when he sets up for the Sky High Fire Fly by The Pilgrim and Patriot cleans up the mess
Rating: C (63)


NE Revolution tries to put Fire Fly out after the match, like they did BLM, but Ernest Youngman comes out to run the heels off. Cherry Bomb then makes an appearance on the entranceway to announce that Ernest Youngman will face The Pilgrim in a match tonight.

Monster Inc. is in their locker room with The Monster crowing about his opportunity to become a double champion. The first double champion in Boston's history, when he and Acid relieve Swedish Muscle of the tag team titles. Let there be no doubt about what will happen tonight; Swedish Muscle will not walk out of the building the victors, that is a guarantee, because Boston is Monster Inc.'s home, and The Monster owns everything you see before you. And that will include the Tag Titles. They will devour everything, and it starts with you, Swedish Muscle
Rating: D+ (50)


Marc Speed vs. Joffy Laine
Speed (6:07) via Cross Armbreaker
Speed takes little time to send the message that Shoot Club isn't done here in Boston, just yet
Rating: C- (57)


Cherry Bomb is in her office with Regular Joe and the Purple Pixie to discuss important business matters. She understands that this...masked vigilante is just going to keep on sticking his or her (his or her said very facetiously) nose into matters of CWB business, so rather than fight a losing battle in the court of public opinion, Cherry Bomb is going to do the smart thing, and offer you an opportunity. If you two team up and win a tag match, I will offer Purple Pixie, or whomever it is under that mask, this; she says holding up a roster contract. If you want to be a part of the show, then prove it. Earn it in the ring and you won't have to wear that mask. Unless you don't think you can cut it?
Joe smiles at Pixie and asks if she's all set. Pixie nods and picks up a pen, pointing it to the contract, denoting that she will be signing it very soon, indeed.
Rating: D (42)


Regular Joe & Purple Pixie vs. Outlaw Wes Revell and Paradox
Pixie (11:26) via Fluttering Fall on Paradox
The Outlaw and Paradox take a very unconventional track in this match, working over the bigger, stronger Joe. They figure that if they wear him down and out picking off the Pixie will be easy. What they don't anticipate is that they have to catch her to pick her off. She uses her speed and athleticism to keep Revell and Paradox off balance once tagged in, nails Paradox with a 619 which shoots him right into the Joe and Behold, and then nails the Fluttering Fall to win and earn her contract
Rating: D- (36)


Felipe Caballero & Henry Bennett are in the back talking with 2G. Both teams are obviously committed to winning tonight's match, which likely will decide the next contenders to the Boston Tag Team Titles, but they want to be clear. Whomever wins their 4-way match shouldn't be the idiots Flash Bomb, or the new kids on the block Natural Technique who haven't done anything in Boston to deserve it. No, it should be a battle between them. 2G doesn't disagree, because less competition suits them fine but they want to be clear. Only the 2nd Generation is going to end up on top.

We get another Austin Smooth vignette, talking about how The Monster is going to put roadblocks in front of Smooth to keep him from their fated match for the Openweight Title, but Austin Smooth is sorry to disappoint. Nobody will keep him from winning the Openweight Title and becoming the Smoothest champion in wrestling.
Rating: D+ (49)


Little Bill Lebowski and Xavi Ferrea vs. Beauty Touch - Dermot O'Logical & Julius Moor
Moor (7:05) via Charging Tackle on Little Bill
The babyfaces tried. They really did. But..nope, nothing
Rating: D (41)


Beauty Touch Celebrates their victory with promises that more of the same will be coming for the rest of the tag team division

Cherry Bomb has Fro Sure in her office to talk about her plans for him. She wants to be clear that she brought Fro Sure into Boston because he's one of the highest rising young stars in the business, but he didn't bring the goods as promised in the Commonwealth Cup, losing in the semifinals. And he hasn't exactly had that breakout moment just yet. Now she's not at the point of exasperation, like she is with some of the other big name free agents that came in here and did nothing...but Fro's leash is a lot shorter. He better impress Cherry Bomb, before she loses her patience and explodes.
Fro looks unmoved and says that she hasn't seen anything out of him yet. But when he gets his shot she, and everyone else in Boston will be more than impressed. Fro Sure!
Rating: C (59)


Austin Smooth vs. Kirk Drury
Smooth (7:43) via Smooth Hold
Step one on the road to The Monster, defeat Kirk Drury: Check
Rating: C- (53)


Katie Cameron is at the CWB logo to interview the Boston Tag Champions, Swedish Muscle. Katie asks if they're feeling concerned facing the Openweight Champion The Monster the Commonwealth Cup Finalist Acid II, Monster Inc. Nigel shakes his head. Concerned? More like excited. They always want to face the challenge of the very best Boston has to offer, and what could be a bigger challenge than facing the number one man in the company, and a man who almost won the biggest tournament in the Northeast? If that doesn't get you excited, then you're in the wrong business. And The Monster is wrong about one thing. He doesn't own THESE (patting the tag titles), or us, or the fans who carry us to the top. And they will prove that they all run wild and free, and they'll prove it on the strength of...
SWEDISH MUSCLE!
Rating: D (43)


Natural Technique - The Natural & Warren Technique vs. Flash Bomb - Jerry Martin & Steve Flash vs. 2G - Hollywood Bret Starr and Ash Cambell vs. Felipe Caballero & Henry Bennett
Starr (12:31) via Hollywood Hammer on Flash
The three incumbent teams focus early on nullifying Natural Technique to great success. Then 2G and Caballero/Bennett turn their attentions onto Flash Bomb as they whittle down Steve Flash. The old vet hangs in to get his young protege in as Martin cleans house but the numbers game finally gets to him too. Then the two teams' alliance breaks down as they fight over who gets to win, allowing Natural Technique and Flash Bomb to fight back. Things deteriorate rapidly from there and ends up with things thinning out until Flash hits the Flash Bang on Warren Technique, only to catch a drive by from Bret Starr who levels Flash with the Hollywood Hammer, stealing the victory for 2G
Rating: C- (57)


Ernest Youngman is in the back talking about how every time he gets close to bringing the Openweight Title back home, he gets roadblocked at the very last moment. And now, he's all caught up in this Revolution that the Masked Patriot keeps promising. Well the only thing Ernest Youngman promises is results. Youngman puts out contracts and delivers The Hits. First up, it will be Masked Patriot and New England Revolution. Then it will be Monster Inc. And finally, he'll get his hands on The Monster, put one final Hit out on him, and win back what is his. The Boston Openweight Title
Rating: C+ (69)


Ernest Youngman vs. The Pilgrim
Youngman (10:16) via The Hit
With Kammy Ling's help, The Pilgrim is able to stretch this one out longer than Youngman was anticipating, but that doesn't mean all that much, once Youngman gets dialed in, and finishes the job with The Hit
Rating: B- (72)


The announcers set up the card for next show:
The winners of our main event will face off against 2G in singles action, to set up the upcoming Tag Title Match
Ernest Youngman will team up with Amazing Fire Fly to take on New England Revolution
The Natural will make his singles debut in Boston versus Jerry Martin
Austin Smooth and Fro Sure will be in action, as will Shoot Club in tag team form

Rating: D+ (52)


Boston Tag Team Title Match
Swedish Muscle - Anders Thunder & Nigel Svensson vs. Monster Inc. - The Monster & Acid II
No Contest (20:23)
Swedish Muscle and Monster Inc. have a history that goes back to the very beginning of CWB and another page of that rivalry is written here as both teams go back and forth to hold the coveted tag team titles. The match falls apart after Nigel Svensson goes for the Knee Trembler on Acid but has Kurt Lovenkrantz pulled in front of it to take the shot instead. Once he's down, Kirk Drury hits the ring to give Monster Inc. the advantage, which brings out Austin Smooth and Ernest Youngman to even the score, which brings out New England Revolution to cause a riot. Amazing Fire Fly flies in out of nowhere hitting half the ring with a Sky High Fire Fly and more brawling happens until Swedish Muscle holds the ring, only for 2G to show up. Bret Starr lays out Nigel with the Hollywood Hammer, while Anders gets tagged by the Ash 2 Ash. 2G, with Lisa Bowen's help, hold up the Boston Tag Titles and promise that they will become your new champions, as Championship Wrestling From Boston comes to a close
Rating: C- (55)


Final Grade: C (60)
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