View Full Version : Official WreSpi2 Tester's Diary: World League Mode
05-03-2006, 11:32 AM
Adam's note: ACCBiggz is a member of the WreSpi2 creative team, and this is an official diary using the World League mode of the Alpha version of the game.
Name: Ricky Dale Johnson.
Finisher: Southern Justice (Nadowa Slam)
Ricky Dale Johnson is my name, and you should get to know it well for the future because I'll be someone you'll be talking about at work while hanging around the water cooler during your nine to five. Not that I am trying to be harsh toward all of my fans, but I have just been invited to take part in the first ever World League. The World League is designed to be divided up between nations with the ultimate goal to be declared the greatest wrestler in the world. I received my invitation last week and promptly sent in my acceptance notice. This morning when I answered the door with the mailman standing outside with a package, I signed for the package with glee. Inside was the information of the list of people in my division of the American National League. It is time now to grab my gear and get in my car to travel to the arena where I will begin the quest to become, The Greatest Wrestler in the World.
So now the question I have to send out in to the void of the universe is who will the first victim?
D. Boon's Ghost
05-04-2006, 06:17 AM
Excellent start, ACC! Good luck with it - and thanks for taking the time to share how your game is going.
05-04-2006, 10:47 AM
I arrived at the arena and was informed that I would be involved in the very first match for the American National League against Peter Valentine.
Name: Peter Valentine
Finisher: Heart Breaker (Shoulder Breaker)
Bio: Peter Valentine is a former bodybuilder, who came into wrestling late in life, and has managed to get over thanks to his impressive look, and friendship with Sam Strong - but certainly not via his in-ring skills, which are awful.
I got my gear on and waited in my locker room while I focused on the task at hand. I realized that he had limited in ring experience so I went in to the fight very confident, and with the plan to overwhelm him early to drop his morale. Opening the league for me with a win would be a huge boost for me, and would put myself in the position to get some momentum on my side to carry me through the trials and tribulations of what lies ahead for me.
Ricky Dale Johnson
I quickly got an advantage over Peter which was my game plan. I peppered him with right hands, and some quick bodyslams to keep him off balance. My brawling skills are far and beyond better than his, and even though I am not the technical masterpiece, I know that I can control him there if it went to that. Valentine was falling prey to my right hands early on, staggering around the ring while I stalked him. The tides started to turn as he kicked me in the gut, taking the air out of me shortly. Valentine started to try to push the action against me, but once I got my breath back I shifted the momentum back on my side and started to control him by bodyslamming him back to the mat and dropping a legdrop. I quickly tried to get the cover, but the referee only got to one.
The match continued to go back and forth. I did not want it to go back and forth, but at times I just got too anxious and lost control of the bout. Luckily it was going quickly back and forth with each just getting a few shots in. I started to get the crowd behind me, but then Valentine applied an illegal choke hold on me and was warned for the first time. Once again I started to mount some offense, and right back to the choke hole, and he was warned a second time. Valentine started to press his luck, and the crowd was booing him attempting to distract him and give me support. I began to fight back with rights, bodyslams, and turnbuckle smashes, almost anything that would continue to help myself stay in control. Being in control and having the crowd behind me, I irish whipped Valentine in to the corner and hit one of my trademark moves, Texas Hold Em' (Over shoulder backbreaker before slamming them stomach first into the turnbuckles). I picked Valentine up and nailed my finisher, Southern Justice, and the referee counted the three as I picked up win number one. After the match the crowd chanted "This match sucked." While I thought it was a bit disrespectful, they have that right, and I did win my first match so I have a leg up on the field.
Ricky Dale Johnson d. Peter Valentine @ 23:10 with Southern Justice.
05-05-2006, 04:27 PM
I already knew who I would be wrestling this week as I was told the day after my victory over Peter Valentine. I was matched up against on of the raising superstars in the business, Remo Richardson. Remo already had a victory last week over Steve Frehley.
Name: Remo Richardson
Style: Regular Wrestler
Finisher: The Destroyer (S.T.O.)
Bio: Remo Richardson is one of the brightest prospects in wrestling. Despite his young age, he is already producing high caliber matches, and is considered a lock for future world champion.
I knew I had a tough road ahead of myself with Remo. He was a skilled youngster who would try to make a name for himself using everyone he beat here in the American National League. What would it say if this 20-Something beat everyone and was declared the greatest wrestler? No doubt he is the future, but the future is not today.
Ricky Dale Johnson
The referee rung the bell and the action started off quickly. Quickly I noticed that he had scouted me as much as I have scouted him. We would reverse nearly every move and arriving at a stalemate early on in the bout. I stuck to my brawling style to punish Remo. Remo just kept coming at me however, and continued to get offense of his own. The crowd was behind me once again cheering for me to win the match. Remo started to mount consistent offense against me, and I tried to slip out of headlocks, or brace for the punches, but I just couldn't seem to overcome Richardson.
The crowd started to boo Remo, getting under his skin, and the adrenaline in my body started to shoot up once again as I was on the comeback trail. Remo tried to hit The Destroyer, but luckily I slipped out and got on the offensive. After some quick strikes Remo once again had a bit of an advantage and tried to hit The Destroyer again, but once again my scouting paid off as I slipped out for a second time. After a headbutt I irish whipped Remo in to the corner and hit my trademark move Texas Hold Em', then lifted Remo up and hit Southern Justice for the win.
Ricky Dale Johnson d. Remo Richardson @ 25:20 via Southern Justice.
05-07-2006, 11:27 AM
I was 2-0 to start out the American National League after my victory over Remo Richardson. A day after the match they informed me my opponent for the third week would be against 0-2 Eric Eisen.
Name: Eric Eisen
Finisher: Silver Spoon Shock (Sleeper Hold Neckbreaker)
Bio: Eric Eisen is the youngest son of Richard Eisen. A risk-taker in the ring, he is earning respect for his willingness to work hard, when he could have simply coasted by on name value.
I was confident that I would be going 3-0 since I have already dispatched of a better wrestler, in my opinion, with Remo Richardson. Going in I know that he is a lightweight so I can use my power as a big advantage over him and could assist in a quick victory.
Ricky Dale Johnson
Eric started off by using his speed to dodge many of the moves I attempted to hit. I did begin to connect some bodyslams and punches, but having little effect as Eisen quickly rebounded and went on the attack himself. Eric caught me off guard with his speed as I tried to battle back with some power moves to try and ground him. I finally got my arms around Eric and bodyslammed him to the mat again, but quickly started to stomp him and pick him up again. I kept the pace up to not allow him to get a breath while I was in control. I suplexed Eric back to the mat and tried to mount a flurry of punches but he escaped and started to mount some more offense as I was heavily breathing from the many moves I had just executed.
We started to go back and forth with strikes, but he knew that was a losing battle so he stopped and went back to high paced moves. I had a hard time always keeping track of Eric which made it difficult to block any moves he threw my way. The crowd was behind Eric, even when I regained the momentum and started to pummel him again. I hit Texas Hold Em' two times, but couldn't get the pin. I picked Eric up and tried to have him experience Southern Justice, but he slipped out. Eisen fed off of the energy and started to battle back quickly. I was still breathing heavily and he hit a few moves in succession, and climbed to the top rope as I turned around he flew off with a high cross body and got the pinfall as I was stunned by the high flying maneuver.
Eric Eisen d. Ricky Dale Johnson @ 24:00 via High Cross Body
I was informed after my victory that the first week of the Cup would be next, and they told me the list of matches would be posted on the wall just down the hall. I made my way down and noticed that my opponent would be Enygma.
05-08-2006, 11:42 AM
Good stuff. I eagerly look forward to this continuing.
05-31-2006, 01:19 PM
Drawing Enygma in the first round of the Cup? Wow, that sucks.
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