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YOU don't get to corrupt Wolf Hawkins...only *I* get to corrupt Wolf Hawkins
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TCW Saturday Night Showcase
Saturday, Week 1, March 2013
Perry Hall (Great Lakes)
Attendance: 2,000 (sellout)

Pre-Show

In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Jacob Jett defeated KC Glenn in 7:45 by pinfall with a Jett Take Off.
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Backstage: Shawn Doakes and Twin Gauge (Greg & Matt Gauge
  • Twin Gauge are excited to be part of the debut episode of Saturday Night Showcase, and plan to make this night the beginning of TWO great things: This program, and Twin Gauge's winning ways. They're young, and know that it's a learning process to figure out how to win, but they're also young & hungry. Tonight, The Canadian Animals are going to learn just that.
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Edward Cornell vs. Jay Chord w/Wolf Hawkins
  • Jay Chord's first time in the ring as a member of the reborn Syndicate, he faces the younger cousin of Tommy Cornell, making his televised debut. The elder Cornell didn't make an appearance, but the World Champion did, injecting himself towards the end, even though Jay Chord seemed to have everything in hand. Necessary or not, Jay Chord finally managed not to slip on the proverbial banana peel, picking up his very first pinfall victory in TCW.
In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, Jay Chord defeated Edward Cornell in 8:17 by pinfall with a Cradle Piledriver.
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Backstage/Video: Shawn Doakes, The Machines (John Anderson & Brent Hill), The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black), and Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy
  • Shawn Doakes interviews the newly-minted #1 contenders, The Machines, about tonight's World Tag Team Championship rematch. They could say that they don't care who wins, but that would be a lie. They know that they can beat anyone in TCW, so regardless who wins, they'll be relieving them of the titles at Just Another Day. That said, they'd like nothing more than to do it against The Concept, who go catapulted straight into a title match, just because they got a lucky win over The Machines, in their debut. 99 out of 100 times, The Machines beat The Concept; they've already had their one.
  • A video plays, setting up that match, taking place in tonight's main event.
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Sammy Bach vs. Cameron Vessey w/Casey Valentine
  • Vessey was able to demonstrate just how balanced he is as a talent, and Valentine on the outside tipped things in his favour, but in the end, nothing that C-V-2 could do could stop the Bach train, once he got it on the tracks.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Sammy Bach defeated Cameron Vessey in 7:52 by submission with a Bach on Your Back.
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Twin Gauge (Greg & Matt Gauge) vs. The Canadian Animals (Freddy Huggins & Edd Stone) w/Laura Huggins & Vita
  • TCW's other young prospect team got their moment in the sun against the Canadian Animals, and they frustrated the veteran team for quite a while, before the ladies on the outside got their men in line. Despite that, when Greg Gauge finally got the tag from his exhausted brother, he exploded into action, and looked to be closing in on victory when Freddy Huggins (not the legal man) met him at the pass with a superkick, and Edd Stone brought it on home.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Canadian Animals defeated Twin Gauge in 9:39 when Edd Stone defeated Greg Gauge by pinfall with a Party's Over.
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Backstage/Video: Danny Fonzarelli, Rick Law, Troy Tornado, Koshiro Ino, and Rocky Golden
  • Danny Fonzarelli interviews Rick Law, who wants nothing to do with any questions about Joey Minnesota, but then wants even less to do with the alternate question about whether women really do love a man in uniform. He calls Fonz a joke, and says that for too many years, his own career was a joke. Those days are done, and they are never coming back.
  • A video plays, recapping the recent history between Koshiro Ino & Troy Tornado, including Rocky Golden issuing a challenge for the International Championship, on his Japanese friend's behalf.
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World Tag Team Championships
The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black) (c) vs. Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy
  • Power versus speed, and sadism versus heart, this followed the dynamics of their PPV match, with one major exception. Floyd Goldworthy got involved, as he always does, but perhaps feeling a little desperation at no longer having the champion's advantage, he was caught in the act, and ejected from ringside. Now free of outside influences, Texas Buffalo still posed a massive challenge, but one that The Concept was up to the task of defeating.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Concept defeated Texas Buffalo in 9:31 when Greg Black defeated Texas Pete by pinfall with a Game Over. The Concept make defence number 1 of their TCW World Tag Team titles.
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In-Ring/Video: The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black), Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy, The Machines (John Anderson & Brent Hill), Ricky Dale Johnson, and Tommy Cornell
  • Goldworhy returned to collect his charges, as the champions celebrated in the ring. The Machines stepped out to the top of the stage to stare them down as the live feed faded to black. The Concept will defend the World ag Team titles at Just Another Day, against The Machines.
  • A video plays, highlighting that Ricky Dale Johnson and Tommy Cornell, the oldest rivalry in TCW today, will go one-on-one in the main event on next week's TCW Presents Total Wrestling, right here on GNN Total Sports.
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Final Rating: 75
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Re: Total Championship Wrestling (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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TCW Presents Total Wrestling
Tuesday, Week 2, March 2013
Mayor Street Arena (New England)
Attendance: 13,479

Pre-Show

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Sammy Bach and Joel Bryant defeated C-V-2 and Twin Gauge in 9:46; the order of elimination was Twin Gauge first, and then C-V-2.
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Chance Fortune w/Giant Tana vs. Texas Pete w/Floyd Goldworthy & Texas Pete
  • Chance Fortune knew that he'd have to hit-and-run, and he did to great effect, but in the end it wasn't enough to overcome Texas Pete, who was in an especially foul mood, now that he's no longer a Tag Team champion.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Texas Pete defeated Chance Fortune in 7:37 by pinfall with a Lone Star Drop.
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The New Wave (Guide & Scout) vs. Genghis Rahn & Jacob Jett
  • Genghis Rahn isn't known to play well with others, but for whatever reason, he and his high-flying partner seemed to find kindred spirits in one another, and it let them really push their established opponents to the limit. Unfortunately for them, they couldn't push OVER the limit, and once Guide was able to occupy Rahn on the floor, Scout took care of business on the young Jett.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The New Wave defeated Genghis Rahn and Jacob Jett in 8:37 when Scout defeated Jacob Jett by submission with a Special Force.
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Aaron Andrews & Danny Fonzarelli vs. The Canadian Animals (Freddy Huggins & Edd Stone) w/Laura Huggins & Vita
  • From one odd couple to another (although that's all Fonzarelli seems to be involved in), The Canadian Animals once again looked to exorcise the demons of their psychedelic foe. They isolated him for a while, but once Aaron Andrews caught the hot tag, it looked all over for the Animals, until Eddie Peak appeared seemingly out of nowhere, and laid out Andrews. Impeccable timing by Laura Huggins caused the referee to miss this, and Freddy Huggins recovered to finish the job with a Huggins Kiss.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Canadian Animals defeated Danny Fonzarelli and Aaron Andrews in 9:31 when Freddy Huggins defeated Aaron Andrews by pinfall with a Huggins Kiss following interference from Eddie Peak.
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In-Ring/Video: Eddie Peak, Aaron Andrews, The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black), Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy, and The Machines (John Anderson & Brent Hill)
  • Freddy Huggins & Edd Stone leapt into the ring to celebrate, but their ladies quickly got them out of there, as it was clear that Eddie Peak wasn't finished sending his message. He picked up the lifeless Andrews, and planted him with a fierce Peak of Perfection. Jason Azaria commented that it looks like the Hardcore Assassin has decided who is next on his hit list.
  • A video plays, showing footage of the World Tag Team Championship match from the debut episode of Saturday Night Showcase. The Concept and The Machines will meet in a rematch of their dream match, this time with the titles on the line.
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Benny Benson w/Greg Black vs. Brent Hill w/John Anderson
  • A rematch from 2 months ago, when Greg Black made his surprising debut to cancel out interference from John Anderson, this time, The Machines kept it one-on-one on their own, although that's not to say that they kept it clean. Brent Hill again proved to be masterfully adept at controlling the pace, and limiting Benny Benson's offensive opportunities, but Benson made the most of every opening he got, and chipped away at the armor of the veteran, until he was finally able to land the decisive blow.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Benny Benson defeated Brent Hill in 12:28 by pinfall with a Shockwave From Next Year.
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Rocky Golden & Koshiro Ino vs. Bryan Vessey & Troy Tornado
  • Vessey & Ino come from different ends of the puroresu spectrum, but they both come to fight, and fight they did, much to the delight of Troy Tornado. It was Tornado manipulating the situation to run Rocky Golden into a costly mistake, isolating him from his partner, though, that had the biggest impact on the match. Vessey & Tornado used their different approaches to great effect, but Golden eventually did make it to his partner, who lit up Tornado, until the latter tagged in Vessey. As in the beginning of the match, the two seasoned puroresu stars took it to each other, and Ino looked to get the better of Vessey, climbing the top rope for his signature flying shoulder tackle, but Troy Tornado tripped him up, leaving Ino open for a Super Vessey Plex, which got the three.
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Bryan Vessey and Troy Tornado defeated Rocky Golden and Koshiro Ino in 12:47 when Bryan Vessey defeated Koshiro Ino by pinfall with a Super Vessey Plex.
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In-Ring/Backstage: Troy Tornado, Koshiro Ino, Bryan Vessey, Rocky Golden, Joshua Taylor w/Tracy Brendon, and Rick Law
  • Troy Tornado slides into the ring to celebrate over his fallen challenger, but what really catches the eye is Bryan Vessey locking eyes with Rocky Golden. Seems the veteran has decided on a new dance partner.
  • Backstage, Joshua Taylor is with his wife, Tracy Brendon, watching Vessey in the ring. He says that he knows he can beat Vessey, but Brendon informs him that she's found a different opponent for him, at the next PPV. Taylor asks who, and a voice from off camera answers "me." The camera zooms out to show Rick Law entering the frame. Law tells Taylor that his wife has just signed him up to do some hard time.
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Ricky Dale Johnson w/Joey Minnesota vs. Tommy Cornell
  • True to their words, both men come to the ring alone, as the two biggest titans in TCW renew a rivalry that has spanned an entire decade, and main evented several Total Mayhems. Like putting on an old pair of shoes, they slide right into this one, and put on another classic in their long line of great matches. The only noticeable difference is that Tommy Cornell refrained from breaking the rules, clearly intent on proving he doesn't need anything but his wrestling abilities to be the best. After many twists and turns, and the crowd in a frenzy, the two traded bombs, trying to land the decisive blow, but we'll never know who would have come out on top, because Wolf Hawkins & Jay Chord hit the ring, with both men down. Cornell was up first, and yelled at his Syndicate compatriots that he told them to stay out of this; he's going to do this on his own. Wolf Hawkins smiled at his mentor, said "you're not the boss any more," and spun Cornell around straight into a superkick from Jay Chord.
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Tommy Cornell defeated Ricky Dale Johnson in 18:53 when Ricky Dale Johnson was disqualified when Wolf Hawkins & Jay Chord ran in and attacked Tommy Cornell.
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In-Ring: Tommy Cornell, Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord, Ricky Dale Johnson, and Joey Minnesota
  • Hawkins and Chord lay the boots to their apparently former partner, as Joey Minnesota hits the scene to ensure The Syndicate does not turn their attention to RDJ, as well. He tries to usher his partner out of the ring, but RDJ pauses, looks at his long-time rival getting mugged, and springs into action, sending Hawkins and Chord packing. The Freedom Fighters hold the ring, as Hawkins & Chord retreat, satisfied in the beating they've put on Tommy Cornell.
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Final Rating: 84
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Re: Total Championship Wrestling (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW

Tommy.

Don't you DARE be sour.

Clap for your former protege and TCW World Champion.

And FEEL the POWAHHHHHHHHHHHHH~!

It's a new day, yes it is
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TCW Saturday Night Showcase
Saturday, Week 2, March 2013
Washington State Gymnasium (North West)
Attendance: 2000

Pre-Show

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Rick Law defeated Flying Jimmy Foxx in 7:38 by pinfall with a Long Arm Of The Law.
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In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Machines defeated The Pacific Connection and Harry Allen and Edward Cornell in 8:16 when Brent Hill defeated Edward Cornell by pinfall with a King Of The Hill.
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KC Glenn vs. American Buffalo w/Texas Pete & Floyd Goldworthy
  • Splat!
In an extremely short match, American Buffalo defeated KC Glenn in 3:25 by pinfall with The Stampede.
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In-Ring/Backstage: Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy, KC Glenn, Shawn Doakes, and C-V-2 (Cameron Vessey & Casey Valentine)
  • Still seething from heir title loss, Floyd Goldworthy directs Texas Pete to stand up the lifeless body of KC Glenn or another devastating Stampede.
  • Backstage, Shawn Doakes interviews Casey Valentine about his match with Sammy Bach, next. He says that what separates C-V-2 from everyone else called a prospect is that they adapt and learn from their struggles in a way others can only dream of. Vessey didn't beat Bach last week, but what he did was solve the riddle. Tonight is a whole new match.
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Sammy Bach vs. Casey Valentine w/Cameron Vessey
  • ... a whole new match with the same result. Valentine tried to defend against Bach's offence, but he and Vessey learned another important lesson: Sammy Bach has more than one trick up his sleeve.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Sammy Bach defeated Casey Valentine in 7:26 by submission with a Bach on Your Back.
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Twin Gauge (Greg & Matt Gauge) vs. The Horde (Genghis Rahn & Jacob Jett)
  • After finding unlikely kindred spirits in one another, on Total Wrestling, Rahn & Jett have decided to make their partnership permanent. Twin Gauge did their best to make the growing pains of the new team felt immediately, but Genghis Rahn's overpowering strength proved too much for them to handle.
In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, The Horde defeated Twin Gauge in 9:06 when Genghis Rahn defeated Greg Gauge by pinfall with a Rahn To The Hills.
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Video/Backstage: Eddie Peak, Aaron Andrews, The Canadian Animals (Freddy Huggins & Edd Stone) w/Laura Huggins & Vita
  • A video plays, recapping the end of the Canadian Animals vs. Andrews/Fonzarelli match from Total Wrestling, with Eddie Peak connecting with a Peak of Perfection on Aaron Andrews.
  • The Canadian Animals cut a douchey promo about how anything can happen at a party, and how the real winners are the ones who know how to roll with the punches, and thrive in the chaos. Aaron Andrews proved he can't hang with The Canadian Animals, and it was so much fun for them that they'll do it all again in tonight's main event.
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Aaron Andrews vs. Edd Stone w/Freddy Huggins, Laura Huggins & Vita
  • Flying solo, Andrews had a lot on his plate, with three high-energy interference runners on the outside. They worked their schemes, and controlled long stretches of the match, but in the end - with Eddie Peak not making an appearance - the recent International Champion was able to fight through, and prevail.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Aaron Andrews defeated Edd Stone in 16:48 by pinfall with a Flying Body Press.
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Video: Freedom Fighters (Ricky Dale Johnson & Joey Minnesota), Tommy Cornell, and The Syndicate (Wolf Hawkins & Jay Chord)
  • Recap of the RDJ/Cornell match from Total Wrestling, with Hawkins & Chord literally kicking the man who lead the group for years out of The Syndicate. Johnson ran them off, before too much damage had been done.
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Final Rating: 70
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TCW Presents Total Wrestling
Tuesday, Week , March 2013
Utah Park Reservation (South West)
Attendance: 13,082

Pre-Show

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Koshiro Ino won a battle royal in 10:16. The other members of the 'final four' were Joel Bryant, Danny Fonzarelli and Flying Jimmy Foxx, with Joel Bryant being the final elimination. Flying Jimmy Foxx got the most eliminations over the course of the match.
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The New Wave (Guide & Scout) & Joshua Taylor w/Tracy Brendon vs. Rick Law & The Horde (Genghis Rahn & Jacob Jett)
  • Rick Law seemed more interested in softening up his PPV opponent than necessarily winning, and he succeeded at that, working him over with The Horde for a long stretch of this match. When Taylor was finally able to break free, The New Wave worked together to send Genghis Rahn packing, and isolated the junior member of the team. Rick Law tried to intervene, but was cut off at the pass by Joshua Taylor, in what may have been the last bit of gas in his tank. Guide got the victory, but Taylor was clearly shaken up, not partaking in the celebration.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Joshua Taylor and The New Wave defeated Rick Law and The Horde in 10:56 when Guide defeated Jacob Jett by pinfall with a Guided Missile.
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Giant Tana w/Chance Fortune vs. American Buffalo w/Floyd Goldworthy & Texas Pete
  • The two largest men in TCW face off, in a true battle of titans. Butting heads in tests of strength reminiscent of sumo wrestling, the fans are treated to something not often seen in a TCW ring. Seeing which of these two behemoths would prove dominant in this encounter was not to be, though, as Texas Pete dove into the ring at the first sign of genuine danger for his partner, causing the DQ. Tana & Fortune rally enough to force a stalemate, as the official gets them separated.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Giant Tana defeated American Buffalo in 6:47 when American Buffalo was disqualified when Texas Pete ran in and attacked Giant Tana.
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Aaron Andrews vs. Freddy Huggins w/Laura Huggins, Edd Stone & Vita
  • Andrews looks to pick up the spare, facing the other half of The Canadian Animals, after defeating Edd Stone on Saturday Night Showcase. Unfortunately for him, Eddie Peak was in the building, this time, and he once again made his presence felt, delivering a drive-by assault that left Andrews easy pickin's for Huggins.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Freddy Huggins defeated Aaron Andrews in 11:26 by pinfall with a Huggins Kiss.
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In-Ring/Backstage: Aaron Andrews, Eddie Peak, The Canadian Animals (Freddy Huggins & Edd Stone) w/Laura Huggins & Vita, and Troy Tornado
  • Eddie Peak puts an exclamation mark on his interference by laying Andrews out with a Peak of Perfection. Huggins & Stone linger a bit too long, and get a bit too close, though, and are left laying beside him by the Hardcore Assassin.
  • Troy Tornado cuts a promo on his challenger for the International Championship, Koshiro Ino. People say that lightning doesn't strike the same place twice, but people say a lot of stupid things. Ino is going to learn the cold, hard truth, and that nothing can stop a Tornado.
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Rocky Golden & Sammy Bach vs. Bryan Vessey & Cameron Vessey w/Casey Valentine
  • Both makeshift teams featured partners with drastically different styles, making for a very diverse match, depending on who was in the ring. The uncle-nephew Vessey team had a natural affinity, of course, but it was actually the fluidity of Golden & Bach as a unit that proved decisive. In jeopardy, Golden was able to cross a Vessey double-team up, causing them to clatter into one another, and Golden tagged out, then cleared Bryan Vessey out of the ring. Alone with Sammy Bach, the younger Vessey wasn't up to the task.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Rocky Golden and Sammy Bach defeated Bryan Vessey and Cameron Vessey in 10:02 when Sammy Bach defeated Cameron Vessey by submission with a Bach on Your Back.
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Backstage: Shawn Doakes, The Syndicate (Wolf Hawkins & Jay Chord), Danny Fonzarelli, and Aaron Andrews
  • Doakes interviews Wolf Hawkins & Jay Chord, who he introduces as The Syndicate, only to be told that this is the last time they'll answer to that name. That was the slave name that Tommy Cornell gave to his protege, but he has been cast off as the dead weight he's been for years. From this day forward, they are R/Evolution, as the new generation replaces the old. It has only just begun.
  • Danny Fonzarelli is joined by Aaron Andrews, who says that if Eddie Peak wants someone to be his victim, then he'd better stick to the Canadian Animals of this world, because Andrews is nobody's victim. If he wants a fight, though, then he's got one. Andrews never competed in DAVE, but he'll show Peak that he can get just as dangerous, just as violent, and just as extreme as anyone the Hardcore Assassin has ever been in the ring with.
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Greg Black w/Benny Benson vs. John Anderson w/Brent Hill
  • A first-time meeting in singles action, but you'd never guess it, as these two put on a blistering match, seeming to know where the other was going to be before even they did. Benny Benson was on the outside to keep Brent Hill in check, but it appeared they both weren't interested in interfering with such a thrilling contest. In the end, as the two found ways to avoid the big guns of the other, John Anderson had one more counter in him, and won the day with an Ammo Dump.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, John Anderson defeated Greg Black in 12:42 by pinfall with an Ammo Dump.
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Freedom Fighters (Ricky Dale Johnson & Joey Minnesota) vs. R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins & Jay Chord)
  • Things got off to a rocky start for R/Evolution, as the experience and emotion of the Freedom Fighters overwhelm their adversaries. Clearly, this R/Evolution will have growing pains. Hawkins does eventually manage to isolate RDJ, working him over with Chord. Minnesota is eventually able to get in, but Jay Chord lands a cheap shot as the illegal man, and R/Evolution again takes over. As they continue in control, Hawkins can't help but throw it in RDJ's face. That comes back on him when Minnesota reaches his partner, and RDJ explodes into the ring. Hawkins bails, leaving young Chord to deal with the consequences, but he'd met in the aisle by Tommy Cornell. Wolf takes off running, with Cornell in pursuit, as Johnson finishes things off in the ring.
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Freedom Fighters defeated Wolf Hawkins and Jay Chord in 17:46 when Ricky Dale Johnson defeated Jay Chord by pinfall with a Leaping Lariat.
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In-Ring/Backstage: Freedom Fighters (Ricky Dale Johnson & Joey Minnesota), Tommy Cornell, and R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord & Mal Umaga (debut))
  • The Freedom Fighters hold the ring, and RDJ gets on the microphone to say that he has gone to TCW officials, and it's now official: At Just Another Day, Ricky Dale Johnson will get another opportunity at Wolf Hawkins and the World Heavyweight Championship... inside a steel cage!
  • Cameras catch up to the chase backstage, as Hawkins frantically tries to escape the wrath of his mentor, Tommy Cornell. Hawkins rounds a corner, but as Cornell follows, he runs headlong into a brutal clothesline from a young Samoan (recognizable as SWF alumni, Akima Brave). Hawkins tells Cornell to say hello to the newest member of R/Evolution: Mal Umaga.
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Final Rating: 82
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed May 25, 2016 9:59 pm

TCW Saturday Night Showcase
Saturday, Week 3, March 2013
North Carolina Biker Museum (Mid Atlantic)
Attendance: 2000 (sellout)

Pre-Show

In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, The Machines defeated KC Glenn and Edward Cornell in 8:17 when Brent Hill defeated Edward Cornell by submission with a Complete Package.
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Matt Gauge w/Greg Gauge vs. Jacob Jett w/Genghis Rahn
  • Matt Gauge looked for his first victory in TCW, against a fellow youngster, but with a healthy dose of Genghis Rahn thrown in the mix, Jacob Jett stopped that dream cold.
In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, Jacob Jett defeated Matt Gauge in 7:45 by pinfall with a Jett Take Off.
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Backstage: Shawn Doakes, Aaron Andrews, The Pacific Connection (Giant Tana & Chance Fortune), and Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy
  • Doakes interviews Andrews & Pacific Connection about tonight's main event against Texas Buffalo, and a 6-man match scheduled for Total Wrestling, pitting the three of them against TB & Eddie Peak. Andrews says that those three oafs have tried to terrorize them, but they're about to learn that when push comes to shove, true friends are there for each other.
  • The scene shifts to comments from Floyd Goldworthy, flanked by Texas Buffalo. They don't need pretty belts to make them a dominant team, and they don't need to be called champions to be the most terrifying force in TCW.
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Joel Bryant & Flying Jimmy Foxx vs. C-V-2 (Cameron Vessey & Casey Valentine)
  • Jimmy Foxx offers a different kind of partner, in a few ways, than Joel Bryant is used to, but Bryant is one of the more experienced tag workers in the industry, and was able to adapt enough in this contest to put Casey Valentine away.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Joel Bryant and Flying Jimmy Foxx defeated C-V-2 in 8:05 when Joel Bryant defeated Casey Valentine by pinfall with an One Shot Drop.
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Backstage/Video: Danny Fonzarelli, The Canadian Animals (Freddy Huggins & Edd Stone) w/Laura Huggins & Vita, Eddie Peak, Troy Tornado, and Koshiro Ino
  • Fonzarelli tries to interview The Canadian Animals, but they can't be bothered to be interested in his questions... until he asks how they feel about Eddie Peak handing them all their victories, then a beatdown. Fonz has been the one bringing in ringers to get him victories he doesn't deserve, not them, but if he wants to throw accusations around, how about he meets them in the ring on Total Wrestling, and they'll show the "Doctor of Love" how to really party.
  • A video plays, recapping the recent history between Troy Tornado and Koshiro Ino, particularly their feud in January, where Tornado repeatedly ran from matches, only to win at Malice In Wonderland with his feet on the ropes.
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Harry Allen vs. Jay Chord w/Wolf Hawkins & Mal Umaga
  • Teaming up with the World champion seems to have finally put the pieces together for Chord, to turn his ability into victory, but Harry Allen is no push-over here, having worn gold in TCW 10 times in his career. This results in a very spirited encounter, going back and forth in he air and on the mat, before being decided the way nobody wants to see, with R/Evolution utilizing the numbers game to interfere, and swing the pendulum in favour of Jay Chord, who finishes the job.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Jay Chord defeated Harry Allen in 9:56 by pinfall with a Cradle Piledriver.
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Video: Freedom Fighters (Ricky Dale Johnson & Joey Minnesota), Tommy Cornell, and R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord & Mal Umaga)
  • Recapping the main event and ending of Total Wrestling, with RDJ announcing that he'll face Hawkins in a cage match for the title, and Mal Umaga making his debut, joining R/Evolution, and laying Cornell out.
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The Pacific Connection (Giant Tana & Chance Fortune) vs. Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy
  • Giant Tana finally offered Texas Buffalo an opponent who could match them power for power, but it was the presence of Chance Fortune that really tipped the scales, and the former champions struggled to switch gears between the two vastly different partners. A Floyd Goldworthy distraction allowed a Texas Buffalo double team to gain control of Giant Tana, wearing him down considerably. He eventually made it to Fortune, and the smallest man in the match exploded into action, coming at his Goliath opposition from every angle, never letting them settle. With an opening created, a recovered Tana blew it wide open, and brought home the first major victory for the Pacific Connection.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, The Pacific Connection defeated Texas Buffalo in 10:19 when Giant Tana defeated Texas Pete by pinfall with a Big Fat Samoan Squash.
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Final Rating: 71
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TCW Presents Total Wrestling
Tuesday, Week 4, March 2013
Clover Fields (Mid South)
Attendance: 12,236

Pre-Show

In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Twin Gauge defeated KC Glenn and Edward Cornell in 7:50 when Matt Gauge defeated Edward Cornell by submission with a Proton Lock.
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In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Joel Bryant and Harry Allen defeated Jay Chord and Casey Valentine in 9:46 when Joel Bryant defeated Casey Valentine by pinfall with an One Shot Drop.
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The New Wave (Guide & Scout) vs. Sweet N Sour (Kashmir Singh & Kirk Jameson) (debut)
  • A successful team on the independent scene, Sweet N Sour (sequined-robed "Sensational" Kashmir Singh and brash & serious Kirk Jameson) make their TCW debut. They get to show off some impressive double-teams, but The New Wave are able to spoil the party for the newcomers.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The New Wave defeated Sweet N Sour in 7:27 when Scout defeated Kirk Jameson by submission with a Special Force.
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Aaron Andrews & The Pacific Connection (Giant Tana & Chance Fortune) vs. Eddie Peak & Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy
  • Three of the biggest bodies in TCW join forces to present an impressive obstacle for Andrews, Fortune, and Tana. Just as on Saturday Night Showcase, Giant Tana is targeted and isolated, leaving the two smaller men to fight an uphill battle. Fight they did, with the old L.A. Connection showing their championship form of two years ago, but it was all for not, as Texas Buffalo combine to take Andrews out, leaving a weakened Chance Fortune alone with a hungry Eddie Peak.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Eddie Peak and Texas Buffalo defeated Aaron Andrews and The Pacific Connection in 9:06 when Eddie Peak defeated Chance Fortune by pinfall with a Peak Of Perfection.
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In-Ring/Backstage: Eddie Peak, Aaron Andrews, and The Freedom Fighters (Ricky Dale Johnson & Joey Minnesota)
  • Peak stands over Fortune, eyeing him up for more, but this proves to have just been a ruse, when the Hardcore Assassin ambushes Aaron Andrews as he enters the ring. He looks for a Peak of Perfection, to plant Andrews beside his friend, but Andrews punches his way out, staggers Peak back into the ropes, and clotheslines him over to the floor.
  • Backstage, the Freedom Fighters cut a promo on RDJ getting Wolf Hawkins alone for the title in a steel cage, and tonight's non-title main event between Hawkins and Minnesota. It may not be the Syndicate anymore, but under any name, the Freedom Fighters will oppose their treachery. Minnesota will also go one-on-one with Jay Chord, at Just Another Day.
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Danny Fonzarelli & Sammy Bach vs. The Canadian Animals (Freddy Huggins & Edd Stone) w/Laura Huggins & Vita
  • The Canadian Animals are once again livid at the quality of partner Danny Fonzarelli is able to find. After letting frustration get the better of them, Laura Huggins focuses their anger, and the Animals set about dissecting Sammy Bach for having the audacity to team with the Fonz. When the Doctor of Love enters the fray, though, he dances around the double-team, and blows the match wide open for Sammy Bach to lock in his trademark submission hold, for the victory.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Danny Fonzarelli and Sammy Bach defeated The Canadian Animals in 9:13 when Sammy Bach defeated Freddy Huggins by submission with a Bach on Your Back.
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Rocky Golden, Joshua Taylor & Flying Jimmy Foxx w/Tracy Brendon vs. Bryan Vessey, Rick Law & Cameron Vessey w/Casey Valentine
  • The four heavyweights took it to each other, leading the younger Vessey and the All Action Champion into the fray for a match that fit perfectly with Kyle Rhodes' trademark phrase: It's gonna be a barn-burner. In the end, it was a momentary distraction from Casey Valentine on the outside that made the difference, leaving Flying Jimmy Foxx wide open for a Vessey Plex that folded him clean in half.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Bryan Vessey, Rick Law and Cameron Vessey defeated Rocky Golden, Joshua Taylor and Flying Jimmy Foxx in 9:44 when Bryan Vessey defeated Flying Jimmy Foxx by pinfall with a Vessey Plex.
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Koshiro Ino & The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black) vs. Troy Tornado & The Machines (John Anderson & Brent Hill)
  • International and Tag Team champions & challengers square off in another 6-man tag, although this one was far more cerebral and organized than the last. That's not to say it was less intense, as they all fought tooth and nail on the mat, in the air, on their feet, and in Troy Tornado's case, every dirty trick imaginable. One particular highlight was a sequence where John Anderson & Koshiro Ino took turns suplexing the other men in the match, before struggling to land the final blow on each other, with Ino launching Anderson with a punishing German, to the delight of the crowd. Troy Tornado leapt onto the apron to draw Ino's attention, but when Anderson rushed in from behind, the Kobra stepped to the side, Anderson smashed into Tornado, and Koshiro Ino struck for the 1-2-3.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Koshiro Ino and The Concept defeated Troy Tornado and The Machines in 13:12 when Koshiro Ino defeated John Anderson by pinfall with a Kobra's Bite.
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In-Ring/Backstage: Troy Tornado, Koshiro Ino, and R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord & Mal Umaga)
  • A fired up Koshiro Ino points to Troy Tornado, clearly indicating that he and his title are next. Tornado shouts a string of insults, swearing that the Kobra will NEVER beat the Tornado.
  • R/Evolution respond to the Freedom Fighters' earlier words, saying that Tommy Cornell has been put in his place by Mal Umaga (and will again when they meet one-on-one at Just Another Day), and the two of them will soon follow. RDJ thinks he has the advantage in a cage, but Hawkins is going to turn it into his tomb, and as for Joey Minnesota, he came into TCW with all the potential in the world, rising all the way to World Champion, but he's squandered everything to prop up the aging dinosaur that is his partner. Now he's yesterday's news, just like everyone who doesn't join the R/Evolution.
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Joey Minnesota w/Ricky Dale Johnson vs. Wolf Hawkins w/Jay Chord & Mal Umaga
  • Joey Minnesota certainly didn't take kindly to those words, and came out with a chip on his shoulder, aiming to prove that he's the furthest thing from yesterday's news. Hawkins is forced to bail out several times to regroup, but eventually is able to start answering back, and the two settle in for a blistering back-and-forth contest, that features a bit of everything, as one would expect from two of the most well-rounded athletes in the game today. RDJ did his best to neutralize interference, but with both Jay Chord and Mal Umaga out there, he could only slow them down, not stop them. In the end, though, it was actually his attempts to stop them that lead to Minnesota's downfall, as the referee was distracted trying to separate the three men on the outside, allowing Wolf Hawkins to hit a blatant low blow, and follow it up with Full Moon Rising, for the win.
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Wolf Hawkins defeated Joey Minnesota in 20:09 by pinfall with a Full Moon Rising.
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In-Ring: The Freedom Fighters (Ricky Dale Johnson & Joey Minnesota), Tommy Cornell, and R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord & Mal Umaga)
  • Hawkins continues the assault, after the bell, sending a message to his challenger, while Chord and Umaga continue to occupy RDJ. Johnson is able to break free, and looks to have the upper hand in saving Minnesota, but the numbers game allows R/Evolution to turn things around.
  • ... until Tommy Cornell comes rushing in like a hurricane, fighting alongside his oldest rival to send R/Evolution into full retreat. Cornell & RDJ then come face to face, their decade of conflict evident on both their faces, until at long last Tommy Cornell extends his hand. Johnson hesitates, and looks to the crowd for support, before matching the gesture, and shaking Cornell's hand.
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Final Rating: 81
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Re: Total Championship Wrestling (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed Jun 01, 2016 11:40 pm

TCW Saturday Night Showcase
Saturday, Week 4, March 2013
War Memorial Auditorium (Mid West)
Attendance: 2000 (sellout)

Pre-Show

In an extremely short match, Texas Buffalo defeated KC Glenn & Edward Cornell in 4:05 when Texas Pete defeated Edward Cornell by pinfall with a Lone Star Drop.
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In a match that had some good action and average heat, The New Wave drew with The Pacific Connection in 10:00 when the time limit expired.
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Live on GNN Total Sports

Greg Gauge w/Matt Gauge vs. Genghis Rahn w/Jacob Jett
  • The other halves of these two teams square off, and while Gauge gave a spirited effort, this one was never close. Genghis Rahn likely didn't need any help, but that didn't stop Jacob Jett from giving it to him, just to be sure (or just to be a jerk).
In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, Genghis Rahn defeated Greg Gauge in 6:10 by pinfall with a Rahn To The Hills.
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Koshiro Ino & Joshua Taylor w/Tracy Brendon vs. Sweet N Sour (Kashmir Singh & Kirk Jameson)
  • Despite both having cut their teeth in Japan, Ino & Taylor come from two different schools of puroresu, and struggled to mesh as a team. That allowed Sweet N Sour to take control of the match, and looked well on their way to their first TCW victory, but it was not to be, as the individual talents of Ino & Taylor proved enough to overcome their shortcomings as a pair.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Koshiro Ino and Joshua Taylor defeated Sweet N Sour in 7:50 when Joshua Taylor defeated Kirk Jameson by submission with a Butterfly Lock.
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Backstage/Video: Kyle Rhodes, The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black), Eddie Peak, and Aaron Andrews
  • Kyle Rhodes interviews the Tag Team Champions, ahead of their title defence against The Machines, tomorrow night. They say that their first meeting was called a dream match, and The Concept was right with the fans in having hoped it would happen, for years. What could be better than doing it again, with the belts on the line? Greg Black smiles: "Winning."
  • A video plays, recapping the feud between Eddie Peak & Aaron Andrews. Peak attacked Andrews several times during matches, and picked up the victory over Andrews' friend, Chance Fortune, but Andrews was the one who held the ring, this week on Total Wrestling. They'll go one-on-one at Just Another Day.
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Joel Bryant & Flying Jimmy Foxx vs. The Machines (John Anderson & Brent Hill)
  • The makeshift team of Bryant & Foxx looked good together, last week, and they test their luck against the #1 contenders. While they again show promise, The Machines are in top form heading into their title challenge, systematically breaking down Bryant, and putting a stop to a late surge from Foxx.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Machines defeated Joel Bryant and Flying Jimmy Foxx in 9:42 when Brent Hill defeated Flying Jimmy Foxx by pinfall with a King Of The Hill.
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Backstage/Video: Kyle Rhodes, C-V-2 (Cameron Vessey & Casey Valentine), Rocky Golden, and Bryan Vessey
  • Kyle Rhodes interviews C-V-2. Cameron Vessey reminds us that we just saw Flying Jimmy Foxx take a fall, just like he did on Tuesday, in a match that Vessey won. Cameron has been knocking on the door of success, waiting to break out, since the moment C-V-2 arrived in TCW, and next week, he's going to kick that door wide open, by beating Foxx for the All Action Championship.
  • A video plays, setting up this Sunday's match between Rocky Golden & Bryan Vessey. They've been trading victories in tag matches all month, but neither man holds a fall directly over the other.
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Sammy Bach vs. Edd Stone w/Freddy Huggins, Laura Huggins & Vita
  • Stemming from Bach teaming with the Canadian Animals' permanent rival, Danny Fonzarelli (who started tonight as full-time colour commentator on Saturday Night Showdown, in place of Kyle Rhodes), the Rock God and the 24 Hour Party Animal cut a blistering pace, on the mat and in the air, from start to finish. The Huggins siblings tried to swing the tide in their favour, Laura distracting the ref, while Freddy stepped onto the apron to interfere, but Sammy Bach had the answer, at the crucial moment, sending the two partners crashing into each other, and locking in Bach on Your Back to submit both Canadian Animals in the space of a single week.
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Sammy Bach defeated Edd Stone in 13:09 by submission with a Bach on Your Back.
76

Video: Freedom Fighters (Ricky Dale Johnson & Joey Minnesota), Tommy Cornell, and R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord & Mal Umaga)
  • A video plays, recapping a busy month in the main event scene, culminating in Tommy Cornell and Ricky Dale Johnson putting a decade of rivalry behind them, shaking hands in the middle of the ring.
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Final Rating: 75
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Re: Total Championship Wrestling (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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Just Another Day?


World Heavyweight Championship
Steel Cage Match

Ricky Dale Johnson vs. Wolf Hawkins (c)

The standard-bearer of TCW gets one more opportunity to win the World Heavyweight Championship, after Jay Chord interference cost him the match last month. That shouldn't be an issue this time, as they will be locked inside a 15 foot high steel cage, where the match can be won by pinfall, submission, or escaping the cage. One has to wonder, at 43 years of age, whether RDJ will get another opportunity at the World Championship, if he isn't successful here. Will this be the moment for RDJ to regain a title he hasn't held in years, or will he rue the day he asked to be locked up with a hungry Wolf?

World Tag Team Championships
The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black) (c) vs. The Machines (John Anderson & Brent Hill)

Two months ago, Greg Black debuted in TCW to reform The Concept with Benny Benson, and their first match was a winning effort against The Machines, in a true dream match. The Concept followed that up by winning the World Tag Team Championships from Texas Buffalo. Now The Machines are back, and the titles are on the line. Will this be a dream rematch for the champions, or will The Machines turn it into a nightmare?

International Championship
Koshiro Ino vs. Troy Tornado (c)

Stemming from the beginning of the year, when Koshiro Ino came out to answer an open gauntlet challenge, which Tornado then promptly called complete, Tornado cleverly avoided the Japanese powerhouse until Malice in Wonderland, where he escaped with the victory by placing his feet on the ropes. Now with the International title on the line, can Troy Tornado find a way to again overcome the Kobra's challenge, or is the title about to become truly International?

Rocky Golden vs. Bryan Vessey
Bryan Vessey teamed with Troy Tornado to defeat Koshiro Ino and his friend Rocky Golden, and Vessey immediately issued the challenge for this match. Both men find themselves outside the World Championship picture, and have looked in great form over the past weeks, each pinning the other's partner in tag matches. With Total Mayhem fast approaching, the stakes are a little higher than usual. Which of these warriors will make his mark, and stake his claim?

Tommy Cornell vs. Mal Umaga
Things began this month so promising for Tommy Cornell, as Jay Chord was introduced as the newest member of The Syndicate, but when Cornell objected to Chord interfering in his matches, Cornell's own protege, Wolf Hawkins, orchestrated a stunning betrayal, attacking Cornell, unceremoniously ejecting him from The Syndicate, and then renaming the group R/Evolution. When Cornell looked to get a measure of revenge, he was laid out by the debuting Samoan, Mal Umaga. This lead to the most shocking moment of all, as Tommy Cornell & Ricky Dale Johnson buried the hatchet on 10 years of bitter war, shaking hands in the middle of the ring. Now Cornell looks to carry that one shining moment after a month of heartbreak into this encounter, Mal Umaga's first match in a TCW ring. Will this be the beginning of redemption for Tommy Cornell, or will Umaga prove that the R/Evolution has truly begun?

Joey Minnesota vs. Jay Chord
Jay Chord debuted late last year, and while he showed all the promise in the world, he couldn't find a way to win a match, no matter how well things were going for him. Now with R/Evolution (and the interference run by his partners), Chord has found the winning touch. Can he carry that into the biggest match of his young career, or will the former-World Champion prove to be too big a challenge?

Joshua Taylor vs. Rick Law
After putting in a performance against Bryan Vessey that many are calling career-defining, Joshua Taylor caught the eye of Rick Law, who nominated himself to be Taylor's next opponent. Law has been more viscious that usual, coming off a loss to Joey Minnesota at The War To Settle The Score. Will that aggression carry him to victory, or can the battle-hardened Joshua Taylor weather the storm, and answer back in kind?

Aaron Andrews vs. Eddie Peak
The Hardcore Assassin forcefully chose his next target in typical fashion, by laying them out with a sneak attack. Peak interfered in several of Andrews' matches, costing him the victory each time, and seemingly had the former-International Champion's number, until Andrews finally was able to answer back, on this past week's Total Wrestling. We know Andrews won't back down from a fight, but has he truly found a weakness that he can exploit, or was that simply a false glimmer of hope?

Ricky Dale Johnson vs. Wolf Hawkins (c)
The Concept (c) vs. The Machines
Koshiro Ino vs. Troy Tornado (c)
Rocky Golden vs. Bryan Vessey
Tommy Cornell vs. Mal Umaga
Joey Minnesota vs. Jay Chord
Joshua Taylor vs. Rick Law
Aaron Andrews vs. Eddie Peak
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Re: Total Championship Wrestling (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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Ricky Dale Johnson vs. Wolf Hawkins (c)
R/Evolution continues to clear out the old guard

The Concept (c) vs. The Machines

Koshiro Ino vs. Troy Tornado (c)

Rocky Golden vs. Bryan Vessey

Tommy Cornell vs. Mal Umaga
Time to get the new guy a big win over yourself.

Joey Minnesota vs. Jay Chord
R/Evolution's only major hiccup of the night.

Joshua Taylor vs. Rick Law

Aaron Andrews vs. Eddie Peak
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Re: Total Championship Wrestling (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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Ricky Dale Johnson vs. Wolf Hawkins (c)
The Concept (c) vs. The Machines
Koshiro Ino vs. Troy Tornado (c)
Rocky Golden vs. Bryan Vessey
Tommy Cornell vs. Mal Umaga
Joey Minnesota vs. Jay Chord
Joshua Taylor vs. Rick Law
Aaron Andrews vs. Eddie Peak

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Just Another Day?
Sunday, Week 4, March 2013
Alabama Field Row
Attendance: 30,000 (sellout)

Pre-Show

In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, C-V-2 defeated KC Glenn & Edward Cornell in 7:43 when Cameron Vessey defeated KC Glenn by pinfall with a Flying V.
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In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, Flying Jimmy Foxx and Harry Allen defeated Sweet N Sour in 7:28 when Flying Jimmy Foxx defeated Kashmir Singh by pinfall with a Flying Foxx.
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In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Canadian Animals defeated Twin Gauge in 7:59 when Freddy Huggins defeated Greg Gauge by pinfall with a Huggins Kiss.
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In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The New Wave defeated Texas Buffalo, The Horde and The Pacific Connection in 10:03 when Guide defeated Jacob Jett by pinfall with a Wave Of Mutilation.
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Live on PPV

Joey Minnesota vs. Jay Chord w/Mal Umaga
  • Kicking things off in style are two men who came into the company with similar profiles, as the most highly-touted prospects of their day. Minnesota has lived up to that promise as a World Champion, while Chord is just starting on his path. The exhibited a match that had a bit of everything, and set a "follow that" tone for the rest of the show, with some terrific drama down the stretch. Mal Umaga on the outside only got minimally involved, perhaps trying to save himself for his own match, later on, and while Jay Chord got his shots in, Joey Minnesota was not to be denied.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Joey Minnesota defeated Jay Chord in 9:47 by pinfall with a Minnesota Salute.
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Joshua Taylor w/Tracy Brendon vs. Rick Law
  • Two fierce brawlers go toe-to-toe in a match that is intense, stiff, awkward at times, but most definitely a FIGHT. Taylor brought the impeccable combat technique that is a hallmark of those trained in Japan, while Rick Law brought his trusty right hand, and a mean streak as long as the arm of the law. It was this last that proved decisive, as Law turned a poke to Taylor's eye that appeared inadvertent, and followed up with a targeted attack that assuredly wasn't, and finished it off with a roll-up and a handful of tights.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Rick Law defeated Joshua Taylor in 10:40 by pinfall.
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Rocky Golden vs. Bryan Vessey
  • For all Vessey's well earned bravado, he knows how to read an opponent, an it was clear here that he didn't come in under any delusions of how strong Rocky Golden is. Vessey took things to the mat, with his signature mix of wrestling and ground-and-pound offence, pitted against the powerful defensive basics of Golden. Shawn Doakes commented that it was like watching a lion try to take down a grizzly bear. When they finally opened up, Vessey turned up his deadly striking, while Golden used suplex throws as the great equalizer. In the end, Rocky Golden connected with his Rocky Road powerslam, to secure the victory in a match that easily could have gone either way.
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Rocky Golden defeated Bryan Vessey in 12:26 by pinfall with a Rocky Road.
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Aaron Andrews w/Chance Fortune vs. Eddie Peak
  • Accompanied by his friend and former tag team partner, Andrews didn't wait around for Eddie Peak to set the pace and tone of the match; he launched himself headlong at Peak, taking the fight to him. Staying on the move, Andrews is successful in keeping Peak off balance, rocking him with big shots while avoiding any in return... for a while. Peak unleashed on Andrews, sadistically tearing him apart, but couldn't quite put him away. Andrews battled back with a reckless abandon, and sent Peak sprawling over the top rope to the floor, with a big clothesline. Taking the battle outside, Eddie Peak bought a moment's reprieve, but rather than follow up with Andrews to press the advantage, he quickly turned and laid out Chance Fortune, who was nearby cheering on his friend. He got Fortune in position for a Peak of Perfection on the floor, but tossed him aside and delivered a massive big boot to Andrews, who came charging in. Back in the ring, Andrews had his moments of hope, but it was not meant to be, and the Hardcore Assassin collected another hit.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Eddie Peak defeated Aaron Andrews in 10:24 by pinfall with a Peak Of Perfection.
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Tommy Cornell vs. Mal Umaga w/Jay Chord
  • For all his anger towards Mal Umaga and R/Evolution, Cornell took things slow from the start, wanting to make sure he didn't make any mistakes against an opponent he'd never been in the ring with. Cornell controlled things until Jay Chord got involved, and Umaga went to work, displaying a well-rounded attack reminiscent of Wolf Hawkins (and Jay Chord), which he utilized to switch gears and keep Cornell on the back foot. On top of that was the ever-ready presence of Chord on the outside, who had no qualms getting involved as often as possible. In the end, with the crowd rallying behind him in a way not seen in over a decade, Tommy Cornell found a way to manufacture an opening, hit the Rough Ride, and escape with the victory.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Tommy Cornell defeated Mal Umaga in 14:38 by pinfall with a Rough Ride.
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International Championship
Koshiro Ino vs. Troy Tornado (c)
  • Ino came out all guns blazing, remembering well their previous encounters where Tornado took a count-out, or used the ropes to escape with the pin. Here, it took everything in Tornado's bag of cunning tricks to keep from getting blown right out of the water. In time, by hook and by crook, Tornado was able to manufacture offence, not having a focus to his attack, but just doing everything he could to keep the pressure on. Ino's undeniable power afforded him opportunity, though, and when he got the train on the tracks, there was no going back. He climbed up to for his patented flying shoulder block, and flew... straight into the referee, courtesy Tornado. The International Champion followed up quickly with a low blow, and hit the Star Maker, just as a replacement official hit the ring to count the three.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Troy Tornado defeated Koshiro Ino in 12:10 by pinfall with a Star Maker.
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World Tag Team Championships
The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black) (c) vs. The Machines (John Anderson & Brent Hill)
  • Much like their first match, this quickly became a classic encounter, both teams adept on the mat, and the opposing speed vs. power dynamic on top of that. The Machines were able to work over first Benny Benson, then Greg Black, after putting a stop to Black's hot tag. Once Benny Benson re-entered the fray, all the chips were down, and the two teams exploded into a ferocious finishing stretch that brought all 30,000 fans to their feet. This culminated in another blistering exchange between Greg Black and John Anderson, reminiscent of the match they had on Total Wrestling a couple weeks ago, that everyone agreed stole the show. That time, John Anderson had that one more crucial counter, but now with the Tag Team gold on the line, it was Greg Black who had the final answer, taking Anderson out, and leaving Brent Hill alone to take The Concept's trademark Game Over combination.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, The Concept defeated The Machines in 17:45 when Benny Benson defeated Brent Hill by pinfall with a Game Over.
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World Heavyweight Championship
Steel Cage Match

Ricky Dale Johnson w/Joey Minnesota vs. Wolf Hawkins (c) w/Jay Chord & Mal Umaga
  • RDJ had no intention of escaping the cage for the victory; he finally had Wolf Hawkins on his own, and he was going to make him pay. Hawkins, for his part, wanted nothing more than to get away, and keep the gold. This frantic game of cat and mouse persisted for a while, until Hawkins was reaching over the top of the cage, with RDJ climbing the ropes to grab his ankles, and Hawkins kicked Johnson off, where he landed awkwardly on his ankle. Straddling the top of the cage, Hawkins looked at the floor, then at RDJ writhing in pain, and climbed back into the cage to finish the job himself. Hawkins did everything he could to keep RDJ down, or make him submit, but couldn't quite get the job done. Eventually, with his one leg essentially useless, Johnson dug deep for one last burst, and connected with Southern Justice, but was unable to crawl for the cover.
  • With both men down, Jay Chord tore past the referee on the outside, entered the cage, and started putting the boots to RDJ. As Wolf Hawkins started coming to, Joey Minnesota came flying in from the backstage area, climbed the outside of the cage, knocked down Jay Chord who was climbing to meet him, and climbed down into the cage. Wolf Hawkins begged off to the corner, as Minnesota began helping RDJ up to his feet. Minnesota looked Hawkins right in the eye, flipped him off... and planted RDJ with an Empire Spiral, before walking out the door. Hawkins sat there in shock, before snapping back into it, scrambling over to RDJ, and covering him for the 1-2-3.
In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Wolf Hawkins defeated Ricky Dale Johnson in a Cage match in 20:56 by pinfall.
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Final Rating: 82
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Moral of the story: Never trust a Minnesotan.
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Moral of the story: TCW is a land of degenerates.

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This ain't the sports entertainment your daddy took you to as a kid. This is Total Wrestling.
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed Jun 22, 2016 1:25 am

TCW Presents Total Wrestling
Tuesday, Week 1, April 2013
Plum Park (Tri State)
Attendance: 12,949

Pre-Show

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Pacific Connection defeated Sweet N Sour in 7:56 when Chance Fortune defeated Kashmir Singh by pinfall with a Stroke of Luck.
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In a match that had some good action but non-existent crowd heat, Joey Minnesota and Eddie Peak defeated KC Glenn & Edward Cornell in 7:21 when Eddie Peak defeated KC Glenn by pinfall with a Peak Of The Devil.
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Live on GNN Total Sports

The Concept (Benny Benson & Greg Black) vs. The Horde (Genghis Rahn & Jacob Jett)
  • Another step in the continued development of The Horde, they showed glimpses of deadly precision in their power & speed combination, but mere glimpses of greatness aren't enough to knock off the reigning World Tag Team Champions.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Concept defeated The Horde in 8:13 when Greg Black defeated Jacob Jett by pinfall with a Game Over.
80

Flying Jimmy Foxx & Harry Allen vs. C-V-2 (Cameron Vessey & Casey Valentine)
  • A preview for Cameron Vessey challenging Flying Jimmy Foxx for the All Action title, this week on Saturday Night Showcase, those two looked equal in this match, but Harry Allen tipped the scales over Casey Valentine, allowing the champion to stand tall - or dance proudly, as it were - into Saturday.
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Flying Jimmy Foxx and Harry Allen defeated C-V-2 in 7:39 when Flying Jimmy Foxx defeated Casey Valentine by pinfall with a Flying Foxx.
62

Video/Backstage: Tommy Cornell, Aaron Andrews, and The Pacific Connection (Giant Tana & Chance Fortune)
  • Clips of a sit-down interview with Tommy Cornell are shown, talking about burying the hatchet with Ricky Dale Johnson ("I did some horrible things to him, but *I* did those things, fighting my own battles"), to Wolf Hawkins turning on him and next week's four-way main event to determine the #1 contender ("the only thing better than walking into Total Mayhem as the World Champion is beating Wolf to do it").
  • Pacific Connection are in the locker room when Aaron Andrews walks in, saying that he heard that Tana & Fortune are facing Jay Chord & Mal Umaga next week. He wanted to assure them that he'd be there with them, just like Chance Fortune was for Andrews' match against Eddie Peak. Friends are there for each other, and Andrews will make sure that R/Evolution has to face them in a fair fight.
76

Joshua Taylor & Twin Gauge (Greg & Matt Gauge) w/Tracy Brendon vs. Rick Law & Texas Buffalo (Texas Pete & American Buffalo) w/Floyd Goldworthy
  • Taylor came into this on the warpath, after Rick Law beat him with a low blow on Sunday, and his young partners followed his lead, taking the fight to their larger opponents with a savage fury. Unfortunately for them, the young Gauge boys just don't yet have the killer instinct necessarily to turn a big fight into a big win, as Rick Law scores another on Joshua Taylor (via their partners).
In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Rick Law and Texas Buffalo defeated Joshua Taylor and Twin Gauge in 9:17 when Texas Pete defeated Greg Gauge by pinfall with a Lone Star Drop.
65

Koshiro Ino, Danny Fonzarelli & Sammy Bach vs. Troy Tornado & The Canadian Animals (Freddy Huggins & Edd Stone) w/Laura Huggins & Vita
  • With the help of the International Champion, the Canadian Animals were able to work over their nemesis, Danny Fonzarelli, for a long stretch. The Kobra caught the tag to break that up, and he ended up alone in the ring with Troy Tornado, only for a thumb to the eye to put a stop to his momentum. Tornado pressed the advantage, rocking his most recent challenger, until Sammy Bach was able to tag himself in, and unleash a flurry of offence on the champ that he simply did not have an answer for. Tornado scrambled back to his corner, forcibly tagged in a not ready Edd Stone, and bailed. Bach cleaned it up from there, with Troy Tornado looking on as if he'd seen a ghost.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Koshiro Ino, Danny Fonzarelli and Sammy Bach defeated Troy Tornado and The Canadian Animals in 9:38 when Sammy Bach defeated Edd Stone by submission with a Bach on Your Back.
82

In-Ring/Backstage: Koshiro Ino, Sammy Bach, Troy Tornado, Kyle Rhodes, and Joey Minnesota
  • Koshiro Ino immediately came back into the ring, confronting Troy Tornado from that vantage point. Tornado yelled that he's beaten Ino twice, and would have beat him again. In response, The Kobra raised Sammy Bach's hand, and pointed to Tornado, nominating the Rock God as the next International Championship challenger.
  • Kyle Rhodes interviews Joey Minnesota about his shocking actions at Just Another Day, climbing inside the cage to turn on his friend and partner, Ricky Dale Johnson. Minnesota says that the Freedom Fighters came together to put an end to Tommy Cornell's tyranny, but what did he see two weeks ago? RDJ shaking hands with Cornell, in the middle of the ring. So, who turned on who? Wolf Hawkins said something last week that made a lot of sense: RDJ has been using Joey Minnesota as a crutch, propping up his fading career. No more; no longer; never again.
79

Joel Bryant & The New Wave (Guide & Scout) vs. Bryan Vessey & The Machines (John Anderson & Brent Hill)
  • The New Wave and The Machines will once again face each other for the World Tag Team #1 contendership, next week, and here they enlisted the help of two men with their names written all over the tag team history of TCW. The tag teams fought with everything they had to pick up a momentum-building victory, but we'll have to wait another 7 days for a decisive winner, as it was Bryan Vessey who finished things off by pinning Joel Bryant.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Bryan Vessey and The Machines defeated Joel Bryant and The New Wave in 13:09 when Bryan Vessey defeated Joel Bryant by pinfall with a Vessey Driver.
76

Tommy Cornell, Ricky Dale Johnson & Rocky Golden vs. R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord & Mal Umaga)
  • A mismatch on paper, with all three of the active multi-time World Heavyweight Champions teaming together, the lack of cohesion of that team, compared with the unquestioned solidarity of R/Evolution worked to even the playing field. Not only was it clear that RDJ and Golden didn't know what to make of Tommy Cornell fighting alongside them, but with all three of them taking part in next week's four-way #1 contendership match, there was underlying distrust between them all, as well. They may have remained in a stalemate forever if not for Joey Minnesota making his way to ringside, drawing RDJ's attention, allowing Mal Umaga to launch him into the ring steps. Using the newfound numbers game, R/Evolution closed in on Tommy Cornell, but Rocky Golden flew into action to take both he and Wolf Hawkins over the top rope to the floor with a big clothesline. Alone in the ring, Cornell overcame the two-on-one attack, and scored with the pinfall on young Jay Chord.
In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Tommy Cornell, Ricky Dale Johnson and Rocky Golden defeated R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord and Mal Umaga) in 19:04 when Tommy Cornell defeated Jay Chord by pinfall.
85

In-Ring: Tommy Cornell, Rocky Golden, Ricky Dale Johnson, Joey Minnesota, and R/Evolution (Wolf Hawkins, Jay Chord & Mal Umaga)
  • R/Evolution collect their casualties, and regroup on the ramp, Wolf Hawkins holding the World Championship high as Joey Minnesota stands over the downed Ricky Dale Johnson, with he, Cornell, and Golden all exchanging looks, ahead of the four-way contendership match, next week.
80

Final Rating: 81
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