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Main Event, Best-of-7 Series Match 3—Joshua Taylor and Sammy Bach vs. Wolf Hawkins and Bryan Vessey (series tied 1-1)

Jay Chord vs. Giant Tana

Freddy Huggins and The Behemoths vs. Benny Benson and The New Wave

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/??? vs. ???

Rocky Golden and Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak and Troy Tornado
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Total Recap
by Mickey Silver, totalextremewrestling.com




This week, we’re live from Virginia Park Fields in Virginia Beach. Last week’s show closed with Rocky Golden and Triple A unconscious on the canvas with Marat Khoklov standing over them. There’s yet another new announcer this week, as Kyle Rhodes is replaced by ex-CWC man Adrian Garcia. It’s not a surprising change, since Rhodes seemed unwilling to work with Peter Michaels last week.

Alright--onto the show!



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The announcers tell us that Triple A is in no condition to be here this week, but Rocky Golden is in Virginia Beach. “He’d never let the fans down,” Michaels says. “After all, a lot of them pay to see him.”


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The show’s opening pyro ends with Wolf Hawkins’ music hitting. “The Big Dog” makes his way down to the ring. Heather, the redhead who accompanied him last week, wears a “BDW” baseball cap to go with her “Big Dog’s Yard” crop top. Waiting in the ring is Haley Blackwell, who has a microphone and a couple of seats set up. Blackwell asks Hawkins if he regrets his actions against Josh Taylor last week. Hawkins says that he doesn’t—he’s only sorry that he got caught. He says that he couldn’t care less if Josh Taylor is disappointed in him. The Big Dog understands what it takes to win—Taylor clearly doesn’t. Hawkins says he’s got a friend who also knows how to win and dares Taylor to come face the two of them tonight.

“Find yourself a friend, Josh, if you can. Let’s do it. You can’t use the excuse that I cheated if you’ve got someone else there to help you out. Call this our third match, I dare you. You could bring one friend or twenty—you still can’t beat The Big Dog in his own yard.”

We’ve got a commercial break after Hawkins’ five-minute interview.




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We return from commercial to “IT’S FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDING TIME!”

Eddie Peak and Troy Tornado make their way to the ring. Peak is talking to himself, giggling, and even occasionally starting to turn around and walk the wrong direction. Walking several feet behind Tornado, who wears an “F.O.G. Sports, LLC.” t-shirt is Floyd Goldworthy, the manager of American Buffalo (and, maybe, of Tornado and Peak now). Goldworthy looks terrified out of his mind to be accompanying the ever-unpredictable “Land Shark” to ringside, and even the crowd isn’t quite sure what to make of this possible new partnership.

They’re much more certain about the other team in the matchup. When Rocky Golden’s music hits and he comes out accompanied by a caped, masked Mighty Mo, the crowd goes nuts. It’s not often that “The Kosher Colossus” has a match on free TV, and these Virginia Beach fans want to make sure they spur him on to victory. Golden walks to the ring soaking in the adulation of the fans. Next to him walks Addie Alexander, who we met last week. In addition to the top matching Golden's, this week she's got a cape like Mo's. Suddenly, to no music and little fanfare, Triple A shows up at the announcers’ desk. He pulls up a chair without saying a word, tosses the belt on the floor next to him and grabs Jason Azaria’s headset.

The match begins fairly uneventfully with Golden and Peak. Eddie keeps selling his unpredictability—at one point, he yanks a turnbuckle cover off, then laughs and kisses the exposed steel instead of throwing Golden into it. There’s actually not a lot of fighting at first since Peak is so busy selling his insanity. Once Peak tags in Tornado (which he does by picking “The Real Rock’n’Roller” up and throwing him into the ring), everything changes. Tornado actually picks up a head of steam and hits a Blown Speaker DDT for a near-fall. Luckily for Golden fans, “The Kosher Colossus” kicks out at two. Andrews spends most of the match talking about how Golden simply isn't good enough, but he actually does a fairly good job when he tries to commentate. A couple minutes later, things turn around as Golden hits a Rocky Road and puts Tornado in The Rack—unfortunately, Peak breaks it up. Golden tags out to Mighty Mo as Tornado gets to the ropes and tags Peak in. The match is flowing well with lots of back-and-forth action when Peak suddenly seems to see Goldworthy for the first time.

“YUMMY MAN! IT’S FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDING TIME!”

He picks up the screaming and struggling manager, then walks through the ring with him, pushing past the frozen combatants and walking to the back. Suddenly, Mighty Mo starts to give chase.

“This calls for….a hero!”

The two guys left in the match eventually resume fighting, and Golden pretty quickly hits Tornado with the Hebrew Hammer for the pin and the win. Andrews lambasts Mo for leaving his partner and says that Mo is "on the list."

Andrews stands up at the announcer's desk. We cut to commercial as he and Golden stare each other down.
WINNER: Rocky Golden and Mighty Mo






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After the commercial break, Marc Speed stands backstage with the International Title around his waist. He wears a fluorescent pink t-shirt with the word “INTERESTING” written in teal on the front. It’s a pretty garish, unappealing combination. Noticeably, Dharma Gregg isn’t with him. Speed tells the crowd that she quit because apparently she was buying into everyone’s delusions that other people are more interesting than he is. He proceeds to be entirely ignored by all of the other wrestlers who walk past him, almost as if he weren’t there at all. Even when Speed says hello to people who pass him, they ignore him.

As Speed stands around backstage, a very pretty young woman wearing quite possibly the world’s most revealing pantsuit comes up to him. She introduces herself as Lisa Bowen, then tells him that she wants a chance to manage him. She says that she doesn’t understand why he cares if people think he’s boring.

“I don’t think that someone with that belt can be boring,” she says, then suggestively runs her hand slowly across the International Championship around Speed’s waist. They turn and walk towards the ring.





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Speed is out first, and the “SPEED IS BORING!” chants are maybe even louder than they were last week. Every time they start to seemingly bother him, Lisa Bowen puts her hand on Speed’s title belt and winks. He doesn't plug his ears this week.

Next out is the challenger. “O Canada” begins to play, and Dharma Gregg walks out onto the tecnico entrance ramp. Speed immediately starts freaking out. It only gets worse when Ricky DeColt walks out behind Gregg with a Canadian flag wrapped around his shoulders. DeColt makes his way to the ring to a massive pop—somehow, in this era of online spoilers, TCW have managed to keep his signing a secret. What this means for the Canadian Wrestling Coalition is another story. DeColt and speed face off, then the bell rings and they go at it!

At first, DeColt manages to get some offense going to stem Marc Speed’s tide of boring. About five minutes in, DeColt hits a big elbow off the top and then plants Speed with a DDT for a near-fall. “Wrestling’s Most Compelling Champion” rolls to the outside to recover. DeColt heads outside after him but Speed reverses him into the ringside wall. He brings DeColt back into the ring and begins a few minutes of entirely unnecessary rest holds punctuated by occasional Irish whips into the corners. At around the eleven-minute mark of the match, DeColt again starts to build up a head of steam. Lisa Bowen steps in front of Speed as DeColt goes up top! Ricky, being the good guy he is, won’t hit a non-wrestler, so he drops from the top rope. As the ref tells Bowen to get out of the ring, Speed kicks DeColt down low, then smashes him across the face with the International Championship! He locks on his cross armbreaker, which he has apparently told the announcers is now called Wrestling’s Most Fascinating Submission Maneuver, and a barely-conscious DeColt has to tap out.
WINNER: Marc Speed






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Ricky Dale Johnson is backstage. He says that he’s known Rip Chord for over 20 years and that Chord would be disgusted with what his son Jay has become. RDJ points out that the early success Chord has had in the business is at least partially due to his name and the training his dad gave him. RDJ says it’s a shame that Chord is trying make his name in the business by stepping on the legacies of other people.

“You can be Jay Chord and be a legend. You’ve got all the tools, kid. You don’t need to feel like you’re gonna be disrespected for being second generation. I mean, I respect you enough that I’ll give you as many matches as you want, whenever you want them.”

RDJ adjusts his cowboy hat and turns away to tape his fists. We cut to commercial.






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Backstage, Haley Blackwell is standing near the arena door when two young men stroll in. One has ample five o’clock shadow, is heavily tattooed and wears an “Everybody’s Shufflin’” baseball cap to go with a Washington Nationals warm-up jacket. The crowd pops big for the jacket, and the camera then focuses on the other man. He wears a backwards Nationals cap (which also gets a pop), surfing board shorts, and a necklace made of shells and teeth. He’s shirtless and is thus having a hard time figuring out a place to put his sunglasses. Finally, he sticks them in the other man’s pocket.
Blackwell takes a step back and then asks them if they need anything. The tattooed man responds—by rapping.


“Yeah, is this where we’d find the powers that be?
We want a match—tell me who we’ve gotta go see.
We saw some fat, ugly posers as we walked over here
They weigh five million pounds, or something near.
12 Gauge in the house, KJ over there
No other tag team in the world can compare.
Word life.”


Blackwell looks utterly bemused, but turns to the other guy. He tells her that his name is KJ Marks, but that she can call him “The Super Slick, Ultra Sick, Massively Badical, Best Surfer This Side of Venice Beach (Unless You Actually Include Venice Beach in That)” if she wants to. Blackwell tells him that she’ll stick with KJ, if that’s okay. He agrees, looking disappointed, but looks somewhat surprised when she asks who they are.

“We’re Your New Favorite Tag Team, babe. You just haven’t realized it yet."

Then the rapping man breaks in. "C'mon, KJ. We out, yo."

They walk away.




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Back in the ring, it’s time for the next match. The New Wave’s music hits and the military men come out trailed by Benny Benson, who is wearing a camouflage-print headband. The lights go green for The Behemoths, but “Ladies’ Choice” hits instead of their regular music. It’s a virtual entourage coming to the ring. Titan, Killer Shark, Freddy Huggins with his sister Laura, and finally a polo shirt-clad, clipboard-carrying Shane Sneer make their way down the rudo ramp.

Benson and Huggins start out. The two high-flyers are evenly matched, but the rudos do a better job of keeping one of the good guys isolated in the middle of the ring and tagging in and out constantly. The big story here is the focus on Shane Sneer, who’s pretty clearly calling the shots for The Behemoths. Sneer spends much of the match frantically writing things down at ringside. When Killer Shark sends Benson to the outside, Sneer grabs the former SWF man. Though Scout runs over to help Benson, Sneer manages to hold him long enough for Shark and Titan to hit the Big Bang on an isolated Guide for the three.

After the match, the tag team from earlier, who a name card introduces as Your New Favorite Tag Team, come out to the top of the ramp. They start sarcastically applauding. Suddenly, Danny Fonzarelli comes out and stands behind the pair, applauding as well. The Behemoths, Huggins and hangers-on make their way up the ramp and the two groups face off as we cut to commercial.
WINNER: Freddy Huggins and The Behemoths







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Back from commercial, we join Danny Fonzarelli and Your New Favorite tag team backstage. Fonzy tells 12 Gauge and KJ that he’s not scared of Freddy Huggins. He thanks them for their help earlier and says that Huggins is a no-life bad dude who thinks that everyone has to do things his way or the highway. When he says “highway,” KJ giggles and says, “High.”

Haley Blackwell walks up and asks Fonzarelli what was up with the staredown earlier. He says that he wanted to show Huggins that not everyone appreciates his antics and that the Smooth Operator really isn’t so smooth after all. He says that the Love Chunk is more the Ladies’ Choice than Huggins will ever be.

“You’re a lady, Haley. Is Freddy Huggins your choice? Or am I?”

Fonzarelli starts disco dancing with Your New Favorite Tag Team, and Haley looks pensive but walks off without answering.






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Back in the ring, it’s time for the next match. Giant Tana comes out first accompanied by Flying Jimmy Foxx. They dance their way to the ring, high-fiving fans and throwing heart-shaped confetti. Jay Chord, Tana’s opponent, is a different story. He’s all business as he storms to the ring. The match is delayed for a minute when Chord insists that ring announcer Jasmine Saunders re-announce him simply as “Jay,” without the Chord name. He doesn’t lay a hand on her—that would mean a suspension—but he gets into the small ring announcer’s personal space.

“I’m better than a name!” Saunders looks somewhat intimidated and does as Chord demands.

Once the match starts, the hard-hitting Chord is on the front foot from the beginning. Tana tries his best to use his size to his advantage and certainly gets some offense in, but this match is a lot less open than many of the matches tonight have been. Chord peppers the big man with stiff-looking strikes before finally dropping Tana with an Irish whip into a huge bodyslam. He goes for a submission, but Tana manages to wriggle to the ropes and escape. For much of the match, the story is paramount. Chord is clearly prioritizing strike- and suplex-based offense and is avoiding any of the moves his dad was famous for. While Jay is winning for much of the match, Tana is tough and there are only a couple near falls. At around the sixteen-minute mark, with Tana downed from a huge belly-to-back suplex, Chord peels the fabric cover off the turnbuckle. When Flying Jimmy Foxx comes over to object, Chord grabs him and slams his head into the exposed metal. Foxx drops like a stone. Chord turns around to see Tana just getting up. He picks the big man up and Irish whips him into the hard metal! Tana drops, but begins to get up. With his opponent on all fours, Chord backs into the corner and Punts him in the head! The three is just a formality.

We cut to commercial as Chord demands that Jasmine Saunders announce him as simply “Jay” from now on.
WINNER: Jay [Chord]






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We return from commercial backstage, where it appears that Mighty Mo has finally caught up to Eddie Peak—and Mo has backup, in the form of Benny Benson! The pair of heroes see “The Land Shark” still carrying a screaming Floyd Goldworthy through the backstage area, and periodically stopping to lick Goldworthy and say, “YUMMY!” Benson asks Mo what they should do, and Mo tells the ex-SWF man to let the Mighty One deal with it and prevent Peak from getting away. The Caped Crusader approaches the insane Peak and asks him politely to set Goldworthy down. Peak goes as still as a board. Still holding Goldworthy, who’s now silent, Peak turns towards Mo. Benson walks up in support. “The Land Shark” screams “END IT!” and throws Goldworthy into the pair of heroes! They’re all down, and Peak leans over and licks The Mighty One.

“IT’S FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDING TIME!”

He picks up Benson and hits the PME on the hard backstage floor! He walks away, muttering and giggling to himself.




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Back to the ring and it’s time for the main event! Josh Taylor and Sammy Bach are out first. Taylor has a bandage under his eye and the announcers tell us that the doctors didn’t clear him to be here until yesterday. Peter Michaels says that Taylor passed concussion protocol and should be fine long-term, but AK Garcia questions whether or not it’ll have a negative effect on his ring work tonight. Seemingly fitting a TCW trend, there's a gorgeous woman out with Taylor and Bach. She's taller than Addie or Heather and she wears a pair of shades and some torn-up-vaguely-rock-looking "clothes". I hate to break my live blog and I'm sure some of my readers will say I'm being non-PC, but DAMN.
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Wolf Hawkins and Bryan Vessey both come out in Vessey fashion—without any entrance music. Wolf’s new manager, Heather, has her fists taped like Vessey and is somehow wearing even less than last week. AK Garcia giggles about Heather’s “Property of Big Dog Wrestling” shirt. Hawkins draws massive boos from the crowd when he shows off a pair of brass knuckles on each hand.

The match starts out with Bach and Vessey. Like so many of the matches we’ve seen between the two, there’s a lot of flowing action—Vessey focuses on trying to keep Bach grounded, while the rock god wants to push the pace and keep “Mr. Wrestling” off-balance as much as he can. At one point about five minutes in, Bach and Vessey each counter the other’s submission finisher five or six times. The announcers express surprise that Bach is playing Vessey’s game, and the big man himself seems stunned as well. In the middle of a great striking exchange, Bach suddenly grins at Vessey and tags out to Taylor. Vessey tries to tag Hawkins, but Taylor pulls him away from the ropes. A brutal seven-minute series of some of the stiffest ring work you’ll see in the US follows as a pair of guys who made their names in Japan go at it. Neither shows any interest in tagging out. After landing a huge scoop slam off the ropes, Vessey picks Josh Taylor up—brainbuster! Vessey turns as Hawkins calls his name. Wolf grins and tosses him the brass knuckles. “Mr. Wrestling” catches them, shakes his head and tosses them over his shoulder before picking up Taylor and Irish whipping him into the turnbuckle Jay Chord exposed in the last match. Somehow, Taylor kicks out of the ensuing pin. He manages to crawl to the ropes as Hawkins and Vessey argue about the brass knuckles.
Sammy Bach comes in, and Vessey tags out to the fresher Hawkins. Wolf and Bach go at it with “The Big Dog” getting the better of nearly every exchange. At one point, Hawkins drops Bach with a trip takedown into a German suplex, then goes for the pin. Heather, who apparently made her way around the ring at some point, steps up on the apron and tries to get in Taylor’s way. He pushes by her and breaks up the pin, then suddenly seems to realize what he’s done. He apologizes loudly enough for the cameras to pick up.

Bach tags Taylor in the confusion. As Josh comes in, he bends down to pick something up from ringside. He picks Hawkins up and hits a huge left hand! Wolf drops like he's been shot! As Taylor goes for the pin, Heather comes in and kicks him low. Both men roll to the outside, but Taylor somehow has the presence of mind to slap Sammy Bach’s shoulder as he goes. Hawkins doesn’t tag Vessey, who starts demolishing a tired Bach in the ring, not seeming to realize he isn’t the legal man.

Unfortunately for Mr. Wrestling, Ray Johnson hits a 10-count before Wolf can get back up.


WINNER: Sammy Bach and Josh Taylor (Count-out; Taylor leads best-of-seven series 2-1)





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As Vessey laments his bad luck and Heather tends to a seemingly unconscious Wolf, Taylor looks down at his hand—he’s wearing the brass knuckles Vessey threw away earlier! That's how he dropped Hawkins so easily! Great camera work to zoom in on “The New Tradition’s” left fist there. We cut back to the ring as Taylor stares at his fist at the top of the ramp.




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A promo video begins. It opens the same way as the one from last week, with “Leroy” sitting on a bench sipping Red Bull. Again, like last week, a group of gangbanger-looking guys come up and demand money from a group of kids, this time four teenage girls sitting around and talking. This time, Leroy doesn’t interfere. As the guys make suggestive comments to a couple of the girls, they flash a knife and take all the girls’ purses. One girl refuses to give her money, and one of the guys slaps her across the face and takes it anyway. Leroy simply watches.

With their new payday in hand, they walk over to Leroy’s bench.

“Appreciate the payday, homies,” he says. He again holds out his hand. They give him some money.

“Double today,” he says. “I’m goin’ out.” They initially seem reluctant to pay him, but he shows a knife in his waistband and cracks his knuckles.
They look terrified and couldn’t be faster to fill his hand with $20 bills just like the kids did in the video last week. We fade to black as he counts the money and sips his drink.






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Post-match, Vessey is complaining to the referee about the ending of the match. He has a microphone in his hand. Bach is still down in the ring.

Suddenly, Marat Khoklov hits the ring! He drops “Mr. Wrestling” with a huge boot, then gorilla-press slams Bach. Khoklov scoops up both men at the same time—DOUBLE POWERBOMB! A sick grin appears on the face of the Russian Nightmare. He gets a chair from ringside, folds it up and lays it in the corner. He does the same thing on the other side of the ring.

Khoklov picks up Bach and simply tosses him into the chair in the corner before doing the same thing to Vessey on the opposite side. He gets a running start towards Vessey—body press into the chair! Khoklov scoops Bach up, and hits a Russian Legend Powerbomb against the chair in the corner.
For the second week in a row, the show ends with Marat Khoklov standing tall over a pair of broken bodies.




SHOW GRADE:

RESULTS

Main Event, Best-of-7 Series Match 3Joshua Taylor and Sammy Bach vs. Wolf Hawkins and Bryan Vessey

Jay Chord vs. Giant Tana

Freddy Huggins and The Behemoths vs. Benny Benson and The New Wave

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Ricky DeColt w/ Dharma Gregg

Rocky Golden and Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak and Troy Tornado

[OOC Note: I couldn't photoshop a Nationals logo onto 12 Gauge's cap. I apologize.]

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Did I see a lesser-spotted Eddie Peak masquerading as Freddy Huggins in that six-man?
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When you say CWC (Canadian Wrestling Coalition), don't you really mean CGC (Canadian Golden Combat)?
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Did I see a lesser-spotted Eddie Peak masquerading as Freddy Huggins in that six-man?
Thank you. Don’t know how I didn’t see that. I think their pictures are next to each other and all...... sigh. That’ll teach me to post after a long day of trying to make kids understand that “I like singer is—-” is not how English works.


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When you say CWC (Canadian Wrestling Coalition), don't you really mean CGC (Canadian Golden Combat)?
I changed the names of a bunch of promotions because they’re unrealistic (especially North and South of the Border). If you look back at the second post, I’ve listed what I changed.
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I like this city overall so far. When I walk to the grocery store near my house each day, I can hear five or six different languages being spoken. There is so much diversity! I am also impressed with the amount of infrastructure. The amount of prosperity in Los Angeles seems immense, but I must say that there are some things I simply do not understand. The number of cars in this city simply cannot compute in my head. I know it’s not true, but looking at the road each morning, it seems like everyone in LA is out driving during the day. At my new favorite haunt, the Central Library, I did some reading on the way that cars have helped shape Los Angeles. According to the historians whose work I read, the car has played a larger role in the history of LA than of maybe any other city in the United States. People from many different parts of the country (and the world) were able to come by land here because land “outside the city” was very cheap but still within easy car access of the city center.

I also do not understand the number of people who are on the street homeless. For a city that seems to have so much prosperity, there are a large number of people who do not seem to be partaking in it. That is of course true in Mexico as well, but it seems to me that the difference is much greater because the prosperity here seems greater on average. I asked Brian about it, but he said, “That’s just how it is.”


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This week, our show did its job—helping to move us towards my long-term plans for Total Championship Wrestling. I think Señor Peak is the perfect example—we are a serious company, but the character work is always extremely important. I have also been extremely impressed with Señor Chord and Señor Speed in that sense. To me, one of the great advantages of Mexican lucha libre is that the focus on characters is so great. Different workers use their different types of work in the ring to tell stories just as much as any interview or brawl outside of the ring, and that is one of the differences I have worked hardest to instill in our wrestlers.


Every week, we move closer to the prophecy--embodying Los Angeles in lucha libre. I appreciate you, mi diario. You are always there to listen when I feel the need to talk.



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Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak

TCW World Tag Team Championships: The Behemoths vs. The New Wave vs. Your New Favorite Tag Team

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. ??? w/???

Bryan Vessey and Jay Chord vs. Ricky Dale Johnson and Human Arsenal


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Main Event, Best-of-Seven Series Match 4: Wolf Hawkins vs. Joshua Taylor (Taylor leads 2-1)
Taylor going 3-1 up can lead Hawkins to desperate measures.

Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak
Because it's Eddie Peak, regardless of the fact this might be just further character advancement. I could see this one being another "non-finish" though, since these two seem like they're mini-feuding, at least.

TCW World Tag Team Championships: The Behemoths vs. The New Wave vs. Your New Favorite Tag Team
Champs to retain, but by pinning New Wave, who have no momentum so far, and setting up YNFTT for a justifiable re-match 2-on-2.

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Ian Herring/Plaguew/Seduction

Bryan Vessey and Jay Chord vs. Ricky Dale Johnson and Human Arsenal
If Chord is going to get a push then being on the winning side here is helpful. RDJ and Arsenal seem pretty stagnant at this point.







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According to the historians whose work I read, the car has played a larger role in the history of LA than of maybe any other city in the United States.
Detroit says hello...
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Main Event, Best-of-Seven Series Match 4: Wolf Hawkins vs. Joshua Taylor (Taylor leads 2-1)

Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak

TCW World Tag Team Championships: The Behemoths vs. The New Wave vs. Your New Favorite Tag Team

new wave are great, but nothings happening with them right now and I think YNFTT need the wins
International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. ??? w/???

Bryan Vessey and Jay Chord vs. Ricky Dale Johnson and Human Arsenal
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Wolf Hawkins vs. Joshua Taylor (Taylor leads 2-1)
Don't see Wolf going down 3-1

Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak
Figure that Peak will continue with his story, maybe another CO or maybe a DQ

TCW World Tag Team Championships: The Behemoths vs. The New Wave vs. Your New Favorite Tag Team

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. ??? w/???
I like what your doing with Speed, Bowen adds a nice touch

Bryan Vessey and Jay Chord vs. Ricky Dale Johnson and Human Arsenal
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Main Event, Best-of-Seven Series Match 4: Wolf Hawkins vs. Joshua Taylor (Taylor leads 2-1)

Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak

TCW World Tag Team Championships: The Behemoths vs. The New Wave vs. Your New Favorite Tag Team

I could see New Wave pulling off the shock win and the Behemoths and YNFTT continue to fued, thus letting the New Wave start something with another tag team. I mean It's not what's going to happen but I want to be different.

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. ??? w/???

Bryan Vessey and Jay Chord vs. Ricky Dale Johnson and Human Arsenal
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Main Event, Best-of-Seven Series Match 4: Wolf Hawkins vs. Joshua Taylor (Taylor leads 2-1)

Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak

TCW World Tag Team Championships: The Behemoths vs. The New Wave vs. Your New Favorite Tag Team

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. ??? w/???

Bryan Vessey and Jay Chord vs. Ricky Dale Johnson and Human Arsenal
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Main Event, Best-of-Seven Series Match 4: Wolf Hawkins vs. Joshua Taylor (Taylor leads 2-1)

Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak

TCW World Tag Team Championships: The Behemoths vs. The New Wave vs. Your New Favorite Tag Team

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. ??? w/???

Bryan Vessey and Jay Chord vs. Ricky Dale Johnson and Human Arsenal

Loving this diary so far! The Mr. Lucha excerpts are excellent, and I love that he hasn't changed the promotion overnight. The addition of random valets was an interesting choice too. Did you get a penalty on the first show for not having enough women?

Also, Kirk Jameson and Greg Gauge as white rappers does indeed make them my New Favorite Tag Team Give them the belts!
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Loving this diary so far! The Mr. Lucha excerpts are excellent, and I love that he hasn't changed the promotion overnight. The addition of random valets was an interesting choice too. Did you get a penalty on the first show for not having enough women?

Also, Kirk Jameson and Greg Gauge as white rappers does indeed make them my New Favorite Tag Team Give them the belts!
I'm so glad you're enjoying it! I added the valets/managers for a couple reasons. First of all, I think it's an underappreciated part of Mexican/lucha wrestling--it's not uncommon for guys to be accompanied down to the ring by a valet or a stable member/partner, especially in some of the more modern promotions (DTU, Lucha Underground and AAA more than CMLL, but all of them really).

Also, with the changes I made to the product, we got dinged on the first show and I kind of went overboard. :P But I was able to find people like Lisa Bowen and Dharma Gregg who have charisma and sex appeal as well as just sexy valets like Heather and Addie.

I was thrilled when [SPOILER ALERT] Gauge and Jameson had excellent chemistry as partners. This was not at all the original plan for them (Gauge was supposed to be the one to take the strap from Speed), but they've got their program now and I hope they run with it.

I really hope I can keep the quality of the Manuel segments up. They're a lot harder to write than the shows. Fingers crossed.

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I'm glad you like Marc Speed, because he might be my least favorite wrestler in the entire American C-Verse scene. There's just nothing whatsoever that makes him interesting. Instead of just hating him, I decided to use the fact that I think he's incredibly boring as his character.



My mom is flying all the way from LA to Japan to visit me this weekend, so the next show (with updated prediction standings) will be up tomorrow night and then there won't be anything till the end of next week. We're at the go-home show for Honor Eternal, our first PPV of Manuel's reign, and I hope you guys like where things are going.
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Main Event, Best-of-Seven Series Match 4: Wolf Hawkins vs. Joshua Taylor (Taylor leads 2-1)

Mighty Mo vs. Eddie Peak

TCW World Tag Team Championships: The Behemoths vs. The New Wave vs. Your New Favorite Tag Team

International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed (c) w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Greg Black w/Mya Catalan

Bryan Vessey and Jay Chord vs. Ricky Dale Johnson and Human Arsenal
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The show is written but not edited. I'll post it in the morning if I've got time, otherwise, it should be up on Wednesday afternoon. Sorry to anyone who wanted to read it tonight!
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