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Unread 03-05-2019, 10:42 AM
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Just an occasional reminder that I love this dynasty.

I assume Alexander Vasquez's narrative might have something to do with him being sent to TGL, which will be interesting. Always love some new characters to be provided with narratives.

I'm interested in the Samoan Mafia being called up, I always want to build an ever-expanding stable of dominant Samoans in my games, I just want the right way to go about it.

Weatherfield going away surely means a push for Adams. Also, not sure what it is about Othello Morris that I like, but I do, so hopefully his time in TGL will help him succeed.

Anyway, amazing stuff, looking forward to the narratives!
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I'm calling it now, Samoan Mafia vs Gangsta Nation feud

As CobheadJake said above, I'm interested to see a narrative connected with Vasquez's move to TGL. I'm getting serious Naito vibes off his story, the guy who was pushed too soon, didn't click and went away to reinvent himself.

Cancelling the deal makes no sense from a mechanical point of view as you're giving up on income from Japanese sponsors and merchandise while your popularity there withers, but I understand the narrative aspect of it. In my LondonVerse diary as NY-based ESW I purchased a lucha libre promotion for their TV deal and the identity schism ended up killing my save and diary, so I'm in full support of your decision to go with the company's organic development.


P.S. The Sickle out-performed both Southern Stars?
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I'm calling it now, Samoan Mafia vs Gangsta Nation feud

As CobheadJake said above, I'm interested to see a narrative connected with Vasquez's move to TGL. I'm getting serious Naito vibes off his story, the guy who was pushed too soon, didn't click and went away to reinvent himself.

Cancelling the deal makes no sense from a mechanical point of view as you're giving up on income from Japanese sponsors and merchandise while your popularity there withers, but I understand the narrative aspect of it. In my LondonVerse diary as NY-based ESW I purchased a lucha libre promotion for their TV deal and the identity schism ended up killing my save and diary, so I'm in full support of your decision to go with the company's organic development.


P.S. The Sickle out-performed both Southern Stars?
You'll see the narrative soon!

And I agree that mechanically cancelling the deal doesn't make sense and I'm glad you understand the narrative need. I didn't want to lose what CWL was supposed to be nor did I want to suddenly jump four levels and become something we hadn't built to just because I got fortunate to purchase a company that was on its ass and I had the funds to afford it.

P.S. It surprised me too! The Sickle was really on his game -- and the Southern Stars were both off their game. Sickle has been doing really well in developmental. That will be talked about soon!
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Just an occasional reminder that I love this dynasty.

I assume Alexander Vasquez's narrative might have something to do with him being sent to TGL, which will be interesting. Always love some new characters to be provided with narratives.

I'm interested in the Samoan Mafia being called up, I always want to build an ever-expanding stable of dominant Samoans in my games, I just want the right way to go about it.

Weatherfield going away surely means a push for Adams. Also, not sure what it is about Othello Morris that I like, but I do, so hopefully his time in TGL will help him succeed.

Anyway, amazing stuff, looking forward to the narratives!
Thank you Jake! I like Samoan Mafia a lot -- Samoan Demolition is one of my favorite tag teams in the game and I really like Charger as well. Their first run with me in RMW didn't get the legs I wanted, so I'm hoping that this run will really allow me to explore them.

Adams has been doing very well as a singles performer -- so I figured it was time to give him something to do while Rocky continues to develop, he's only been a pro for five years so he still has some room to grow.

I like Othello too! But he's missing something. I'm hoping that while he is in TGL I can retool him a bit to help him reach that next level.
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Alexander Vasquez ran the blade of his Old Hickory butcher knife over the sharpener several times. He wanted the blade to be as sharp as possible. A sharp knife was key. Heíd had this particular knife since he was eleven. His grandfather had given it to him.

Alexander turned to look at the two hundred and seventy five pound hog on the cold steel table in front of him. Alexanderís grandfather had been a butcher. He was a butcher in Guatemala before he fled the Civil War in the late 1970s after the rest of his family had been massacred. His grandfather rarely talked about the life he had left behind. The family that had been taken from him. His grandparents had come to the United States with nothing but his grandfatherís skill with a butcher knife. He had become a butcher in the States. Managed to buy a small piece of land where he raised pigs and chickens that he would butcher -- but he would also butcher cows for ranchers.

As a way to make side money, he had started selling some cooked dishes. Traditional Guatemalan cuisine. PepiŠn de indio. Caldo de gallina, Kak'ik, Subanik. Food that he had grown up eating. It had proved popular and his grandfather had leveraged that into a full restaurant. His father now ran that same restaurant. Traditional Guatemalan cuisine.

Alexander drove his knife into the pig. His grandfather had taught him the art of butchering. How to keep each cut of meat separate. The difference between the loin and the belly and the back and the hocks. Even though Alexander was a professional wrestler -- and a good one -- this was his happy place. A knife and a pig. A knife and a cow. A deer. An elk. A moose. Whatever. Just himself and the need to butcher it. To take a whole animal and turn it into food. Most people turned their nose at this kind of work. They didnít want to know how the sausage was made -- literally. They didnít want to know that to make bacon you took strips of meat from the side of the pig. They wanted to go to the grocery store and buy the cellophane wrapped meat and not think about it, but Alexander *knew* where it came from. He could make it himself. He appreciated it. He understood the gift the animals were giving him.

Alexander had just had a conversation with Robert Oxford. He had been told he was being sent to Amarillo, Texas to work in the Texas Grappling League. Alexander did not understand. He was a good hand. He had developed in the ring. He had twice been United States Champion. He had been the COTT World Junior Heavyweight Champion. Robert phrased it that it was not a punishment.

ďWe need to retool you, kid.Ē He had said. Alexander kind of understood it. He had started his career under a hood. Blue Tiger. An almost mythic style character. It didnít click. It didnít fit. Under his real name, he still hadnít found his footing. The crowd was lukewarm to him at best. He was a good wrestler. A good hand. He didnít want to be a good hand. He didnít want to just be in a ring and put someone else over. He wanted to be something. He wanted to connect.

ďYouíre going to go to Texas. Work out some character stuff. See what we can come up with. See if we can find something that sticks. Something that will separate you from everyone else. ď Robert had explained. Robert was an honest man. Alexander had learned that. He trusted Robert. He had always been straight with him, but it still hurt.

Alexander continued working through the pig. He continued to work on separating cuts of meat. Separating the legs -- where the bulk of ham came from. He was not happy about it. He did not want to go, but he would. He would do what he was asked. He would work hard. He would try to find a character or a personna or a part of himself that he could turn up to one hundred to make him reach the connection he needed to be the star he wanted to be. His grandfather had fled a civil war and built a business. He would do this.
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Love the narrative! Makes me excited to see when he eventually returns what you will do with him!
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Lisa stretched and yawned. She was exhausted. She had been incredibly busy recently. Her Bowen Service group had Spencer Spade, Ox Mastadon, Cameron Vessey, Andrew Harper and looked like it was also adding Jeffery Aroma to the squad and potentially one more. This meant that she was often working two or three times a night. Before Brandon James retired, there were nights where she was out there three times. During Gold Rush VI, she was out to the ring eight times in two nights. People donít understand how tiring managing can be. It could be downright exhausting. You had to have high energy levels. Had to move around a lot. She often had to do it in heels or heeled boots. She cut promos. She made all the house shows. She was essential to her groups presentation. She wasnít optional. She loved it, but sometimes she was exhausted at the end of the night. This was one of those nights.

Most people knew that Lisa was the daughter of Runaway Train. Barry Bowen. Most people assumed that they were close -- they werenít. She had grown up with him being gone most of the time. She didnít begrudge him that. It just meant that she was much closer to her mom. He worked four days a week. A half day to travel home, one full day home, another half day to travel to get ready for a nightís work. She didnít get much time with him, but nonetheless she had wanted to follow in his footsteps. She didnít want to wrestle though. She didnít want to take bumps every night and all of that. That part had never appealed to her. Sheíd take the occasional bump if the situation required it, but she didnít want to work full matches.

She sighed and ran her fingers through her hair. Robert had entrusted her with a lot of responsibility. She was the top manager in the company. She had managed Primus Allen to two Heavyweight title and one World Title reigns. She had managed the Ring General to two World Tag Team and two company tag team championships. Ox Mastadon had won the tag titles, the Gold Rush, and the Heavyweight Championship under her tutelage. She had managed Atlas to a Heavyweight Championship reign, the Gods of Thunder to a World Tag Team reign and Cameron Vessey to the United States Championship. Thirteen Championship reigns she had managed guys since she joined the company in 2017. She was proud of her accomplishments. She had worked for Mid Atlantic Wrestling and now Continental Wrestling League. She had really developed into a useful, versatile manager. She also made appearances. She talked to local radio DJs. She had learned how to be useful in that sense. When she first started, promos were not her strong suit. She was attractive and energetic around the ring but she wasnít a great promo. Now she could cut a good one. She could add to a good promo for those of her clients that could cut a good promo.

She had also learned how to put a match together. She helped with finishes. She was really becoming versatile. She also knew she was about to get another big client that was going to give her even more screen time. Even more time to be a featured player. Bowen Services was developing nicely.

She took a big drink from the bottle of water she had next to her. Hydration was important when you were out in front of the lights for as much as she was out there -- sometimes an hour or more. On a two hour show, that was essentially half the show where she was out there. She had never dreamed she would be working so much. It had gone from once a month to three or four times a week. She now understood why her father had barely been home. She understood the bug. The high that came from the crowd and their reactions.

ďYou ready?Ē She looked up and her husband was there in street clothes. She had worked across from him a few times but looked like she was gearing up for a program against him -- where it would be him versus a few of her charges. She was excited.

ďYeah. I am.Ē She said as she stood up and grabbed her bag. Her father had warned her that the wrestling business was addictive. She hadnít believed him at first, but it turns out he was right.
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Unread 03-05-2019, 03:23 PM
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What Morris lacks is character. Vasquez too. Hope they return from TGL with some of it.

Solid narratives, both of them. Keep up the good work.
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Thanks for doing the Lisa Bowen promo. It’s nice to get a little color on someone that while not in the ring is a pretty big performer for the company and has been there a long time. It should be interesting to see her charges going up against her husband although it would have been fun to see her try and recruit him at some point. Maybe down the road someday

Hey I must have missed it but whatever happened to streetz? I don’t think I have ever seen him in the Cverse before was he a trainee?

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The men known as Gangsta Nation -- sans Brother G -- sat around a card table playing a modified three man version of spades. You're supposed to have four people to play spades, but there were only the three of them so they were playing with modified rules.

Each man had been wrestling for over a decade with Sayeed Ali having seventeen years in the business. He was thirty five. He had spent fifteen of his seventeen year career with 4C. The New Yorker had become a cult favorite. He had five 4C Championship reigns, a PWW Heavyweight and PWW Tag Team reign, and a WPL Tag Team reign under his belt. With the GWC World Six Man titles, that gave him nine titles in seventeen years, but he had never had television exposure. Never had the opportunity to prove that he could be a major asset for a company that was making a national push. He could cut a solid promo. He could brawl. He was willing to bleed when necessary. He was't a garbage, deathmatch worker. He didn't just fall through light tubes and get slammed onto thumb tacks. He was hardcore in a way that would have kept DAVE afloat. Hardcore for the story. Bloody brawls that got bloody because it was a brawl between two men trying to win something. Sayeed was proud of that. He was also a devout Muslim and despite his on-screen character of a thug, he was relatively reserved in real life. He fasted when he was supposed to. He prayed. He spoke fluent Arabic. He had a mosque he regularly attended. He considered himself to be a good man. He was a good wrestler who was finally getting a real break. He was not going to blow it.

Hustle Muvva was from Atlanta. He had charisma. He was okay on the stick as long as he wasn't asked to stray too far from who he really was. He could brawl. He could get flashy and he was willing to take bumps. He'd also been a WPL Champion, but also a IPW California and two time IPW Champion who also worked some for GSW and won the King of California tournament. He had worked six years for IPW followed by two years for GSW, some time on the indies, and then a dual stint in CZCW and IPW once more. He had a reputation for being dependable and jovial and really wanted to make something of himself in the wrestling business. This was also his opportunity. He didn't have 'star' written all over him. Not at any national level. He was a good hand. A good guy to have on the crew. He'd be a good midcarder -- but more importantly, he *knew* this about himself. Some guys held dreams of being a star when they shouldn't, Hustle wasn't one of them. He knew what he was. He was thirty-four years old. Twelve years in the business. He could be United States Champion -- maybe with some momentum even a challenger for the North American Championship, but he wasn't top guy material. He wasn't going to put an ass every eighteen inches in buildings big enough for that to matter, but he could help and he wanted to help. When Robert Oxford called and told him he was going to give him a shot, he was surprised. He had worked for Texas Grappling League for a few months -- but not under a developmental contract. This was when TGL allowed non-developmental workers to work there. He had nine matches there. Every last match he had was considered at least three stars by the wrestling press. Over the last six years he had eighty-seven matches that were rated by the wrestling press -- this didn't include any house show matches or his local indy shots -- those eighty seven matches averaged three stars. He even had a four star match with Frantic Ali. He knew he was a good hand, but he also knew at thirty-four stardom probably wasn't going to come calling his name.

Cali Slick was a different story. Also thirty-four, he should be a star for an organization. He had the 'It' factor and most importantly, he could really go in the ring. He was a sensational brawler who was also willing to bleed and also understood the business. He could sell. He could put a match together. He could make it mean something. He'd found success in GSW, IPW, and CZCW before coming to CWL and finding success in the trio. He'd had singles success and tag success. He could be something. Nine championship reigns in eleven years. He wanted to prove that he was more than just a hardcore brawler. He wanted to prove that he could transcend hardcore -- just like Eddie Peak and Brandon James did. He wanted to follow in their footsteps. Guys who came from a hardcore background but really proved themselves, really proved that they belonged. He believed that he could be a star. He could be a t the top of the card. He saw it in his hand. Ross Henry versus Cali Slick. Riley McManus versus Cali Slick. His name on the top of the marquees. He just had to get there -- but he was determined to do so.

Gangsta Nation played the role of street thugs. Gangstas who have come to CWL to cheat and fight and mess people up. Guys who were determined to wreak havoc on an old-school organization. They were perfect heels. Brother G provided a great manager for them. The sky was the limit for the trio.
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Love the Gangsta Nation narrative, and the others tbf.

I'm gonna route for Cali Slick to get to the top of the card now. Maybe it'll be a New Day-esque thing where the other members all try to push for Slick to get to the top. Looking forward to seeing where they all go, especially as you have proven in this diary to push people to the top that most people wouldn't, and its worked wonders for you.
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I sat with the report in my hand. Every quarter, I asked Joel for who he thought our best developmental prospects were. Who were guys who should be on the main roster, or if they were called up who could really do well. When I say every quarter, that's not really fair. Texas Grappling League had only been active since April. They didn't run any shows in April or in October -- those were months I had given them off. Other than that, they ran nine shows a month. I had received a report at the end of July/beginning of August and this was the follow up report. Who was impressing the staff down there?

The bulk of the TGL roster were guys that had been up with me before. Floyd Reeves was a top guy. The Sickle. The Cummos. The Can-Am Blondes. They had a lot of guys that I knew very well, but they also had guys that we had signed because I thought they could be something. Right now, that is who I was most interested in. I wanted guys like Steven Stewart and Taylor Holemore to develop more, to become better workers, but I also wanted reports on talents who I hadn't personally booked -- I wanted to know what they were capable of. I knew that the guys in developmental were going to have to come up and replace guy on my roster that would be leaving. That was the nature of the business so these scouting reports were incredibly important.

I flipped open the manila folder to the first page of the report -- and yes, I still liked to get my reports the old fashioned way. Printed out. It was easier to make notes on that way.


Clinton Westybrook
Age: 33
Years Pro: 2
Hometown: Portland, Maine

Clinton Westybrook is the current Texas Heavyweight Champion. He's six feet six inches, three hundred thirteen pounds. A former champion weight lifter, Westybrook became a professional wrestler after his professional bodybuilding career wound down. He's a natural heel. He does not have a lot of acting chops and needs to stick to more legitimate, no nonsense kind of characters He has a wicked finisher -- the Strong Slam [Dominator] that he uses very effectively.


Tim London
Age: 22
Years Pro: 2
Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri

Tim London is a product of the Mid Atlantic Bootcamp. He's six feet tall and two hundred thirty four pounds. He's currently a midcarder for us, but he's got a lot of potential. He's developing nicely and could really become something with some time. He's still young and the more he works, the better he will be. His 'Riptide Crusher' [Tower of London] is a very good finish that really gets a good reaction from the crowd.


Margaret Deely
Age: 22
Years Pro: 1
Hometown: Adelaide, Australia

Margaret Deely is a former Texas Women's Champion -- having just lost the belt to Beatrice Martinez. She's a cruiserweight style wrestler and a product of the Coastal Zone Academy -- but they don't use women on their shows so they didn't have anything for her to do. At five feet eight inches, she's got great height. She's a natural babyface that the crowd really gets behind, particularly young females in the audience. She's got a great Crescent Kick finish that she can literally hit on anyone at anytime which adds some definite excitement to her matches.


Floyd Reeves
Age: 22
Years Pro: 2
Hometown: Lewisburg, West Virginia

Floyd is one of your graduates, obviously. We are using him as one of our top guys and he has really done well. He's a technician that is coming into his own. His strength is his promos, which really are in a league of his own. He, along with Clinton and Luis Cummo have the most potential to be big stars in the future.
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Unread 03-06-2019, 11:41 AM
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Author's Note:

The first shows of December should be up tonight. I did just update the 'Story So Far'. It's a work in progress. My goal there is to capture important moments in the story/our progress for new readers to have and for even experienced readers to be able to read through and get a refesher -- because we are about to end our sixth full year and have produced well over one hundred shows at this point so some stuff can be hard to keep track of.
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Thanks for doing the Lisa Bowen promo. Itís nice to get a little color on someone that while not in the ring is a pretty big performer for the company and has been there a long time. It should be interesting to see her charges going up against her husband although it would have been fun to see her try and recruit him at some point. Maybe down the road someday

Hey I must have missed it but whatever happened to streetz? I donít think I have ever seen him in the Cverse before was he a trainee?
I missed this initially. You never know with Lisa

Streetz is working in TGL right now. He's a CVerse character -- a Canadian manager (I think he starts out working for ACPW).
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, December 2021.
Filmed at: The Iona Arena [Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 3,800
Rating: .27 [202,840 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard



MR: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed episode of Saturday Night Slammasters. Tonight, in our Main Event, The New Wave will settle their score with Des Davids and Mighty Cavanagh. The World Six Man Titles are on the line as Gangsta Nation will give Alexander Vasquez, Othello Morris, and Leon Pena one more opportunity at the titles. All that and more!



Opening Match
Six Man Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

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Alexander Vasquez, Othello Morris & Leon Pena versus Gangsta Nation w/ Brother G

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Gangsta Nation (Cali Slick, Hustle Muvva and Sayeed Ali) defeated Alexander Vasquez, Othello Morris and Leon Pena in 9:12 when Cali Slick defeated Othello Morris by pinfall with a Slick-Back. Cali Slick, Sayeed Ali and Hustle Muvva make defence number 3 of their GWC World Six Man titles.






Alicia Strong walks to the ring with the North American Women's Championship on her shoulder. She is all smiles as she climbs into the ring. She is not alone. She is with Lisa Bowen. Bowen is smiling big.

AS: At Thanksgiving Thunder, I did what I said I was going to do. I said I would do exactly what I did -- and I couldn't have done it without Lisa. Lisa was the ace in my pocket. She had studied all the tape. She gave me all of the insight and I am proud to announce that I am the newest member of Bowen Services!






MR: Next week, here on Slammasters, Greg Keith will go one on one with the man who cost him the match at Thanksgiving Thunder -- Evil Dead!




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

KC Glenn versus Xavi Ferrera

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, KC Glenn defeated Xavi Ferrera in 10:37 by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Ranger versus Giant Brody

In a decent match, Giant Brody defeated Ranger in 8:31 by pinfall with a Single Handed Choke Slam following interference from Monty Trescarde.






MR: And now some words from former North American Tag Team Champions.

KH: Clyde Puder...Jakob Yoder... You have somethin' that belongs to us. When somethin' belongs to us and we don't have it -- we gon' have to take it.

JA: Christmas Chaos. We gon' get what's ours back. You can bet on that.




Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

The New Wave versus Des Davids & Mighty Cavanagh

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Des Davids and Mighty Cavanagh defeated The New Wave in 12:31 when Des Davids defeated Guide by pinfall with a Quarterback Sack


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