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Since I last posted on this diary, I've moved from Japan back to LA to Canada, where I'm now working, and I'm seriously thinking about bringing it back. The problem is that I'm not sure if I still have the save file. If I do my best to re-create the diary save to this point (manually editing in good and bad chemistry, gimmicks, momentum, etc) and pick it up from where I left off, would people resume reading it?
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Since I last posted on this diary, I've moved from Japan back to LA to Canada, where I'm now working, and I'm seriously thinking about bringing it back. The problem is that I'm not sure if I still have the save file. If I do my best to re-create the diary save to this point (manually editing in good and bad chemistry, gimmicks, momentum, etc) and pick it up from where I left off, would people resume reading it?
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Since I last posted on this diary, I've moved from Japan back to LA to Canada, where I'm now working, and I'm seriously thinking about bringing it back. The problem is that I'm not sure if I still have the save file. If I do my best to re-create the diary save to this point (manually editing in good and bad chemistry, gimmicks, momentum, etc) and pick it up from where I left off, would people resume reading it?
I will more than happy to read it, as along as you fix the pictures.
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I’m moving into a new apartment today, but hopefully I can get this back on the rails in the next couple of weeks. Be on the lookout!
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by Mickey Silver, totalextremewrestling.com




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Total Wrestling comes to you this week from one of the nicest wrestling venues in the United States--the V. Thompson Arena in downtown San Francisco. Built in 1999, the Thompson has all the modern amenities wrestling fans want, delicious organic and locally-sourced concessions and some really good air conditioning. I promise they didn’t tell me to write that.

Last week’s show closed with four of TCW’s biggest stars staring at each other from across the ring. Peter Michaels, Jason Azaria and Adrian Garcia welcome us to the show, wondering about the meaning of the Ross Henry/Marat Khoklov faceoff from last week. This week, though, we’re starting with a match.




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Devine Fortune actually get an entrance for once. Darryl Devine’s music plays, and the little-used team make their way down to the ring with resigned looks on their faces. After all, they’re about to face two of the most vicious wrestlers TCW has to offer. There’s virtually no pop for Devine Fortune, which isn’t surprising given how little screen time they get. The Sayeed/Peak pairing, on the other hand, gets a loud heel pop. “IT’S FEEEEEEEEEEEDING TIME!” comes over the speakers and both men stalk to the ring in “Harlem Ice” t-shirts. Peak’s version is ripped and he carries a large NO PARKING sign. This one is all Peak and Sayeed. “The Land-Shark” starts us off, working Chance Fortune over with a series of stiff punches and kicks in the corner. He whips Fortune into the corner and hits a running forearm smash onto the much smaller man. After a couple more minutes of domination, Peak turns to Leroy Sayeed.

“FREEZING TIME?”

Sayeed nods. “Harlem Ice” tags Peak’s back and “The Land-Shark” Irish whips Chance Fortune towards Sayeed on the apron--he’s holding the NO PARKING sign! Fortune hits the sign face first, and Darryl Devine looks sick as his partner is busted open. Made in NY is the follow-up, and Fortune is staining the canvas with blood from his forehead. Sayeed turns and grabs the sign from Peak, slides it into the ring--GBH Driver onto the steel sign! The three is academic, and Devine literally never even had a chance to tag in.
WINNERS: Eddie Peak & Leroy Sayeed






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Haley Blackwell is backstage with Sammy Bach. The rocker looks focused tonight, his arm around the Chief Information Associate’s waist but a more-serious-than-usual expression on his face. “Haley, baby, Sweet Sammy Bach has something he’s got to get off his beautifully muscular chest. Bryan Vessey isn’t gonna make the ladies scream and that makes him mad, so he’s decided to bring his washed-up old self into Slammin Sammy’s way. He’s got the Japanese experience, but what the HAAAAAAAAAAARDEST rockin’ man in TCW has is the support of every lady who’s ever watched this show. And most of the guys too. Sammy B don’t discriminate--they’ve got real good taste. BV says he’s gonna take me down a peg? My peg is way bigger than any he’s ever dreamed of, Hales. And when Boring Bryan’s sitting cryin’, he’s gonna decide to leave TCW and not come back. How ‘bout it, B? You and me, one on one, and the whole crowd’s gonna cream when I make you say, “I quit.”

BOOM, baby."

Bach grins, and dips a giggling Blackwell deeply as we cut to commercial.






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Back from commercial, Haley Blackwell is with Joshua Taylor. He wears the same “New Tradition of Excellence” t-shirt he had on Total Wrestling last week. “The New Tradition” talks about the best-of-seven series and Wolf Hawkins’ attempts to push him to cheat. “The word “tradition” means something to me. So do the words “honor” and “excellence.” I’ve spent my career doing everything I can to embody those traits--to be respectful of the guys who came before me; who built this business and carried it on their backs. It got drummed into me in PGHW, but it was always part of me. I grew up a fan of this sport and the men who built it. I’ll be a fan first and foremost for the rest of my life. The way Wolf Hawkins goes about his business makes me sick. In the last few weeks, I’ve done some things I’m not proud of. Today, I want to apologize for that. I got caught up in trying to beat Wolf Hawkins, and I betrayed the values of the men who trained me. I won’t slip again. Wolf, I want you at The Fight. And I want our match to be no-DQ, just to prove that you can do anything you want and I’ll still win doing things the right way. You like to say that how doesn’t matter. I’m going to prove that it does. It has to.”

A focused-looking Taylor thanks Haley and walks off as we cut back to the ring for the next match.




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Apparently, Floyd Goldworthy’s makeshift team is now an actual company. American Buffalo and Troy Tornado wear “Goldworthy Sports, LLC” t-shirts and matching black outfits. Goldworthy walks behind them in a “Goldworthy Sports” polo shirt with a clipboard. They stalk down the rudo ramp, when the lights suddenly change. “In a world full of bad guys, it’s time for...A HERO!” The silhouette of San Francisco lights up the screen, and the world turns pink as Mighty Mo, Benny Benson and Super Tabitha make their way down the ramp. “The Mightiest Hero” and Benson wear matching fuschia capes, and Benson has a Golden State headband as well. Super Tabitha endearingly doesn’t seem to realize she’s eye candy in a skin-tight pink unitard. Mo points towards Goldworthy Sports and sprints towards the ring! This one has started before the bell even rings!

The match itself is absolute chaos. Ray Johnson loses control pretty quick and there’s no real tagging in and out. Benson is getting beaten up by Tornado, but Mighty Mo is dominating Buffalo. Finally, after a couple minutes of frantic action with all four guys in the ring, Mo clotheslines Buffalo over the top and Benson hits a suicide dive onto the biker. Johnson takes this moment to regain control, and now we’ve got a proper tag match. Tornado hits a dropkick, whips Mo into the corner, and rips the “Mightiest Hero’s” mask off! Benson complains to Johnson, and Tornado uses the distraction to low-blow the Total Superman! Mo drops like he’s been shot! Tabitha yells that Goldworthy Sports are “bad, cheating, silly, unattractive, wicked people,” and Johnson turns around just in time to see Tornado hit a Star Maker on the still-downed Mo for a close two and a half. AmBuff is still out on the floor when the rocker turns around to tag him in, and Mo uses Goldworthy Sports’ confusion to fight his way to the ropes and tag Benny Benson, much to the chagrin of the “Consultant to the Stars.”

Benson comes in like a house on fire! Dropkicks, body presses, a frog splash off the top! “The Rainbow Warrior” is literally flying around the former Painful Procedure frontman! Tornado looks baffled, which is surprising for a guy who’s faced Benson as much as he has. Benson drops Tornado with a dropkick, hits a standing sunset flip, then runs the ropes and sits down hard on Tornado’s back from a full sprint! The announcers call the move a “Benson Bottom.” The fun-loving tecnico picks Tornado up and hits Benny to Belly for a two count! AmBuff is starting to stir, so Mighty Mo leaps from the apron onto the biker and jams the torn mask in his mouth! While they scuffle on the outside, Benson goes up top for Taste the Rainbow. Goldworthy comes up behind him and smashes Benson in the back with his clipboard! Unfortunately, it’s right in Ray Johnson’s line of sight, and Goldworthy Sports are disqualified!
WINNERS (by DQ): Mighty Mo and Benny Benson (w/ Super Tabitha)

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We cut to commercial with Goldworthy screaming at both his team and Ray Johnson.






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Back from commercial, Your New Favorite Tag Team are getting ready backstage. The announcers tell us that 12 Gauge will go one-on-one with Titan tonight, and the crowd pop big for the chance to see the young rapper in action. KJ has a bottle of Red Stripe and is trying to hype his partner up by throwing Goldfish crackers for 12 Gauge to try to catch in his mouth, and “The Doctor of Tag-o-Nomics” is having a pretty good success rate. Suddenly, there’s a crash and then a giant hand grabs a Goldfish out of the air. YNFTT turn around to find that Titan is standing in the room flanked by Killer Shark and Shane Q. Sneer. Shark grabs KJ and holds him back as Titan grabs the entire bag of Goldfish from KJ, crushes it in his hand, and dumps orange powder all over 12 Gauge, then pours the beer over KJ’s head! The rapper’s San Francisco Giant’s cap is ruined! KJ’s hair is all wet! This is the worst attack in TCW history! Why is nobody stopping this? Killer Shark chuckles and--NO! He didn’t! “The Monster Among Men” has smashed KJ and 12 Gauge’s sunglasses in his fist! OH MY GOD! SOMEONE DO SOMETHING! We cut back to the ring with The Behemoths laughing and YNFTT looking damp and disheveled.






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Back from commercial, Haley Blackwell is in the backstage area with Freddy Huggins. “The Smooth Operator” is reading from his hefty “Book of Love,” but he sets it aside as the camera pans to him.
“Haley, tell me something. Why, in the name of all that is holy, does Danny Fonzarelli insist on pretending people like him? He’s not fun. He’s not endearing. He’s certainly not a “Love Chunk.” I don’t think I’ve ever actually seen a woman within fifteen feet of him. And having someone so not cool in the same company is making the Smooth Operator look bad. Just the other night, I’m in a club, and some 9 out of 10 is like, “You’re a professional wrestler? Like that disco idiot Danny what’s-his-name?” And she left. You’re hurting my game here, Fonz. So for the good of everyone, I’m gonna end your career. I’m not just going to beat you. I’m gonna Kiss you so hard that you hand in your resignation.” Huggins stalks off.





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Back in the ring, “The Most Interesting Man in Wrestling” Marc Speed is walking out with manager Lisa Bowen. The crowd are dead silent. Like, not a single person is making a single decibel of noise. At some point, TCW are going to have to take the strap off Speed, because this isn’t heel heat any more. It’s genuine boredom crossed with sincere dislike.

Anyway.

Speed’s new t-shirt reads, “I’m Fascinating. You’re Not. I’m Champion. You’re Not.” Currently, half of that shirt is true. This week, Speed’s challenger is Scout, from the New Wave. They’ve been struggling a bit in tag team competition, but maybe (for the good of all of us), they’ll have more success in individual matches. Scout looks intense and committed as usual on his way down to the ring trailed by Guide.

The actual match is pretty typical Marc Speed fare. Scout does all the work, putting on a technical masterclass and actually dominating for large swathes. Speed will occasionally grab him and apply some kind of rest hold or hit an Irish whip and then never follow up. After about ten minutes of Scout carrying the match and an occasional headlock or crossface attempt from Speed, the champ kicks Scout in the face and then starts screaming at the crowd for not applauding. They finally boo. In response, Speed literally lies down on top of Scout and starts yelling for the military man to tap out.

He doesn’t.

Of course he doesn’t. Why would he? Speed’s just lying on him. That’s not painful, just a good chance to take a nap. Speed gets the referee’s attention by complaining that Scout’s making Speed look bad by not tapping out, and Lisa Bowen cracks the challenger with the title belt while the ref is looking the other way! Speed turns around and lies back down on Scout for the three!

The crowd are still silent, and Speed seems to snap.

He starts kicking the downed Scout, punches Ray Johnson, and shows off some actual interesting in-ring ability, scaling the turnbuckle and hitting a crossbody onto Guide on the outside! Now the crowd are booing. The look on Speed’s face is fascinating--he looks like he’s just come to a revelation. We cut to commercial as security run out to try to pull the International Champion off The New Wave.
WINNER (STILL TCW International Champion): Marc Speed (w/ Lisa Bowen)






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Mighty Mo and Super Tabitha are walking backstage, celebrating their win tonight. Mo is in a somehow-repaired mask--maybe that’s his superpower. Suddenly, American Buffalo comes running out of nowhere with Floyd Goldworthy trailing him! AmBuff stops right in front of Super Tabitha, then motions for her to move out of his way. She doesn’t. Buffalo starts puffing himself up to his full size, and the diminutive supergirl doesn’t even flinch. After a long drag on his cigarette, Buffalo puts it out on the bottom of his shoe. He steps towards Mo and gets in the superhero’s face, then reaches out and rips Mo’s mask off! That’s the second time tonight that Mo is unmasked! Buffalo runs a finger across his throat, and luckily several wrestlers walk by to pull them apart so there isn’t a brawl.






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We cut to a different part of backstage, where Haley Blackwell is asking Marc Speed what happened in his match with Scout tonight. The International Champion turns to Lisa Bowen, who nods, then back to the Chief Information Associate. Speed says that he’s tired of being perceived of as boring. “I’m The Most Interesting Man in Wrestling, but these fans don’t want to see me. But when I do boring things in the ring, they get really excited. Attacking Scout was the least interesting thing I’ve done all week, but it made them care. Is it more important to be interesting, or to be seen as interesting?”

Suddenly, Ricky DeColt walks up, accompanied by Dharma Gregg! “Marc, what you did to Scout tonight was disgusting. I was standing in the locker room and I couldn’t do anything. What I can do is beat you, one on one, in a couple of weeks and prove that, not only are you boring, but you don’t have the heart of a champion.”

Speed holds the belt up and starts jawing at Ricky, saying that being from Canada disqualifies him from the “being interesting sweepstakes.” An unfazed-looking DeColt responds. “I want one more shot, Marc. If I lose to you at The Fight, I promise I’ll never ask for another chance to challenge for the International Title as long as you’re the champion. I’m going to prove that DeColt Country really is worldwide.”

Speed nods. “Boring loses to interesting every day.” Lisa Bowen looks horrified by what her client has just agreed to, but we cut to commercial before she can say anything.




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After a recap of the dastardly attack on Your New Favorite Tag Team earlier, we cut back to the ring. “Big Show” hits and The Behemoths make their way down to the ring. Titan carries both pairs of smashed sunglasses. As Titan makes his way into the ring, KJ walks out onto the tecnico ramp. He has a microphone covered in little shells and a bag of Goldfish crackers.

“Earlier today, bro, that was not cool. You broke my Ray-Bans. So. If you lose tonight, you have to pay for them. And they were like 170 bucks. And you owe me a Red Stripe, dude. That was delicious and I didn’t get to finish it.” Titan shakes his head, and Shane Sneer starts yelling that buying KJ a new pair of Ray-Bans will “never be an issue.” Apparently, the “Agent of Agents” thinks that there’s no chance that 12 Gauge beats “The Big Show” tonight.

The aforementioned rapper makes his way out onto the tecnico ramp. Somehow, his microphone has taken yet another step up bling-wise. At this point, you can’t even see the mic part because of all the jewels.

“Yo, San Francisco, how’s it?
It’s 12 Gauge here with the real sh*t.
We just got attacked by some big, ugly farts
They’re super pissed off cause they’ve got tiny parts.
But they crossed my line when they broke my glasses
So now there’s no choice but kicking their a**es.
“The Manager of Champions?” Ain’t the manager of crap
When your Shark starts to wrestle, we all gotta take a nap.
And here in the city of the Golden Gate Bridge
You ain’t gonna move me, man, not even a smidge.
You call yourself Titan? Man, there isn’t a chance
If you wanna see a titan, bro, I got one in my pants!

Word life.”

12 Gauge slides into the ring as he finishes his rap, and the match starts almost immediately. Despite Titan’s size, he doesn’t seem to know how to deal with the angry rapper, and Gauge takes advantage. He drives Titan back into the corner with a series of punches, then hits a body press into the turnbuckle and a big clothesline. A dropkick sends the big man over the top rope, and the pair brawl to the outside. Shane Sneer grabs KJ to stop him from coming to help Gauge out, and when the referee turns to tell Sneer to let go, Killer Shark low-blows Gauge! The rapper is down! Titan slams him into the barricade, and then sends him shooting into the ring steps before making his own way back into the ring. Somehow, 12 Gauge gets up and back into the ring on the count of 9 and a half! Wow! Titan and Gauge start brawling, and this one is pretty even for a few minutes. Titan throws big punches, and Gauge counters them with technical prowess of a kind we really haven’t seen in his few short matches. A huge lariat from Titan after a right hand in the corner puts 12 Gauge down for another two, and the giant follows up by planting Gauge with the huge sit-out powerbomb he calls Fall of the Gods. He starts to go for the pin, and it looks like this one is about to be over.

Titan gets distracted, though, when KJ starts throwing Goldfish at him from the apron. Apparently, nearly 7-foot-tall, 330-pound tag team champions are seriously angered by orange fish crackers. Who would have thunk it. Titan runs towards the surfer and delivers a huge boot just as KJ starts to throw another one. Goldfish fly everywhere. Killer Shark leans down and eats one off the floor, much to Shane Sneer’s horror. KJ is down and totally unmoving at ringside, and Titan stands there grinning at his handiwork. Footiwork? Not sure what the word is. Unfortunately for “The Agent of Agents,” his giant turns around into the Fire Mixtape knee strike from 12 Gauge. Titan sways, then drops like a puppet with its strings suddenly cut. The immediate follow-up is a submission hold that the announcers tell us is called The Song in Your Head, and, with Killer Shark too occupied eating Goldfish off the floor to interfere, Titan has no choice but to tap out at the 11-minute mark or so, and the crowd explodes. We cut to commercial as a newly revived KJ tries to get Sneer’s Venmo information for the price of the broken Ray-Bans and 12 Gauge basks in the adulation of the fans. There’s no formal title match made for The Fight on February 28th, but it’s hard to imagine that we won’t be seeing one. Man, all four of these guys are way more over than two tag teams should really be.
WINNER: 12 Gauge






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Back from commercial, Ross Henry is with Haley Blackwell. “I have an issue with Marat Khoklov. See, Haley, he thinks that just ‘cause he’s big, he’s got to be the baddest dog on the yard. I’ve come to TCW to show him a little something. Just ‘cause you’re the biggest dog, Marat, doesn’t mean you’re the baddest. You think you’re mean? I’m meaner. You think you’re tough? I’m tougher. You think you’re big? Okay, you’re probably right on that one. But I’ve never met someone badder than me. Here’s why, Khoklov. Ross Henry doesn’t quit. Ever.”

Suddenly, “The Russian Nightmare” himself comes stalking up.

“You are puny. Marat will smash.”

As if to prove his point, Khoklov picks up Haley Blackwell and simply moves her aside so that he can get in Henry’s face.

“You do not scare Marat.”

Henry looks totally unfazed. He glares right back, and we cut to the ring for the main event as Khoklov and Henry stare each other down, the former football player standing strong and silent as Khoklov jaws at him in Russian.




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Back in the ring, it’s time for the main event! The announcers hype tonight’s trios match--Josh Taylor, Ricky Dale Johnson and Sammy Bach versus Bryan Vessey, Wolf Hawkins and Jay. The tecnicos are out first in this one to Sammy Bach’s “Rockstar” by Nickelback. Bach and Taylor, who we’ve seen tonight, look focused but stop to play to the crowd in the way they’re wont to do. RDJ stops on the way down to the ring to give his “Texas Strong” cowboy hat to a kid at ringside. Johnson hasn’t been used a lot in the ring in recent weeks. There have been online rumors that TCW management feels like he’s slowing down in the ring, and we’ll see if those look true this week. Taylor has bent the rules in the last couple of weeks to help fight Wolf Hawkins, but he’s vowed to not move in that direction any more. Let’s see how that goes this week.

The rudos enter with no music. Hawkins wears a Big Dog Wrestling t-shirt with a picture of brass knuckles on the back, but Vessey and Jay are both in solid black. They head down the ramp in seemingly no rush. Wolf spends much of the walk pointing at Taylor and pantomiming brass knuckles. Vessey looks at Hawkins and “Mr. Wrestling” lets his stony visage crack for a second. What is there that’s so funny about brass knuckles to rudos? I don’t understand. Wolf’s manager, Heather, trails the three rudos in a Bryan Vessey t-shirt (which is literally just a black t-shirt that says “Bryan. Vessey.” on the front), a baseball cap with embroidered brass knuckles on the front and “Property of the Big Dog” shorts. Oh wow.

Anyways.

The match starts out with RDJ and Vessey. The two veterans have faced off many times over the course of their careers in TCW, and they start out pretty methodically here. The feeling-out period ends after a couple minutes of tentative clinch-ups and strikes when Vessey charges forward with a double-leg takedown and gets Johnson to the floor. He mounts the cowboy and starts raining down right hands, but RDJ fights his way to the ropes after taking ten or twelve big punches. Vessey doesn’t break it off right away and lands two or three more big shots before Ray Johnson threatens to DQ him and he backs off. RDJ is slow to get up and is met with a German suplex and a running elbow drop from Vessey, but “The Lawbringer” kicks out at two after Vessey tries for a pinfall. A lariat from RDJ puts Vessey on his back, but the Texan looks too spent from the punches he took to really take advantage.

Johnson and Vessey both use the opportunity to tag out, and Josh Taylor makes his way in to face off with Jay. This one is classic white-meat face versus weaselly heel. Jay uses every opportunity to cheat--he rakes the eyes, stomps on Taylor’s feet, turns to argue with the ref while the other two rudos put Taylor down, and more. It all feels heavily inspired by Rip Chord. We even see Jay hit Rip’s famous eye poke-low blow spot while Hawkins distracts the referee. As Ray Johnson turns back around, Jay goes for the pin and gets a close two while Hawkins unties the turnbuckle cover on the top rope nearest the rudo corner. Despite “The Legend Killer’s” cheating ways, Taylor never bows to the temptation to use the same strategies himself. After getting pretty solidly worked over for the better part of six minutes, Taylor finally finds a moment to fight back. He hits a left hand, then a judo hip toss and goes to work on the ground. Jay fights his way out of an armbar only to find that Taylor has a Boston crab follow-up. “The Legend Killer” gets to the ropes in time, and “The New Tradition” immediately breaks the hold. Jay hits a low blow as Taylor releases him! Josh drops! Jay heads towards the corner and takes a second to recharge. As Taylor gets to his feet, Jay sprints up and Punts him in the head! This one has to be over, right?

But it isn’t! Jay has a foot on the ropes as he goes for a pin on Taylor, and Sammy Bach manages to get Ray Johnson’s attention to point it out. Johnson refuses to count, and all three members of the rudo team converge on him. Even Heather hops up on the ring apron to give her opinion on the relative worth of Ray Johnson as a referee and a human being. As they argue, Taylor comes to from the Punt and starts slowly dragging himself towards the tecnico corner. The argument comes to an end as Taylor tags Sammy Bach. The rocker comes in like a house on fire, taking Jay down with a series of quick kicks before hitting a standing sunset flip. He whips Jay into the corner and smashes him with The Groupie from Last Night for a quick two-count. He goes back up top on the turnbuckle in the rudo corner only to find Bryan Vessey waiting for him. Somehow, Johnson doesn’t notice Bach get smashed in the back of the head by Hawkins’ brass knuckles! Sammy falls off the top rope as Hawkins slaps the back of a downed Jay to tag himself in. Wolf rolls Bach over, but Taylor sprints in to break it up. Ricky Dale Johnson gets low-blowed by Heather outside the ring and can’t help Bach out--the cowboy is on the floor holding his family jewels. Taylor somehow manages to drag Sammy back to the corner while the rudos once again argue with the referee, and then tags himself in!

It’s Taylor versus Hawkins now. “The New Tradition” is about to Irish whip Hawkins, but notices the exposed turnbuckle and stops. He points it out to Ray Johnson instead, but turns around to find that Wolf is waiting. A brass knuckle shot! This time, though, Johnson is right there, and the rudos are disqualified. Another win for the good guys that leaves them all lying in the ring while the rudos stand tall despite the loss.
WINNERS: Sammy Bach, Josh Taylor and Ricky Dale Johnson (by DQ)






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We cut to backstage, where Haley Blackwell stands with World Heavyweight Champion Aaron Andrews. Triple A actually has the belt with him this time, though it sits on the floor by his feet.

“I’ve tried to understand you, Rocky, and I can’t. Every week, you come out here and kill yourself for the fans. They chant your name--“Golden, Golden”--but they also push you to go harder and harder. One day, Rock, you’re going to get hit so hard that you’re not going to remember your dear old dad and his stupid deli. And what are the fans going to do? They’re not going to chant your name any more. They’re going to forget about you because they’ll get to watch the new flavor of the month who’s stupid enough to think the people really care. Nobody’s going to say, “why did I yell for Rocky Golden to get back up? He should have stayed down and taken less punishment.” They’re just going to cheer for the new guy.

That’s why I’m keeping this belt. I’m protecting you. As long as it’s in my hands, they can cheer for me all they want, try to motivate me, beg me to keep going, and I’m not going to listen. I’ll stop when I want. Because, unlike you, Adam, I’m not beholden to them. Because I get that I don’t owe them anything. They don’t care about you. They don’t care about me. The sooner you recognize that, the happier you’ll be. So if you still want this belt, I can’t stop you from trying to come get it. But just remember. They don’t deserve it. They don’t deserve you. They don’t deserve us. But I’ve got to make sure the lesson sinks in. If you want this belt, come at The Fight and try to take it, but don’t be surprised when you can’t get up after. I’m not a bad guy, Golden. I’m saving you from yourself.

You can thank me later.”

Andrews walks off, stepping on the belt as he goes, and we fade to black after one of the most interesting promos of the year.




SHOW GRADE:

RESULTS:

Main Event: Josh Taylor, Ricky Dale Johnson and Sammy Bach vs. Bryan Vessey, Wolf Hawkins and Jay

12 Gauge vs. Titan

TCW International Championship Open Challenge: Marc Speed w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Scout

Goldworthy Sports, LLC. vs. Benny Benson and Mighty Mo

Leroy Sayeed and Eddie Peak vs. Devine Fortune
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And we're back! In the time since the last show, I've moved from Japan back to the US to Canada and changed fields completely. A Manuel post will follow this weekend. Thank you so much to everyone for your patience and I hope some of the people who read this before will start to do so again.


Prediction Card, Week 4, February, 2016


Main Event: Rocky Golden, Josh Taylor & Danny Fonzarelli vs. Aaron "Ace" Andrews, Wolf Hawkins & Freddy Huggins

Eddie Peak & Leroy Sayeed vs. Ricky DeColt & Benny Benson

Killer Shark vs. KJ

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

Ricky Dale Johnson & Ross Henry vs. Bryan Vessey & Jay


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Welcome back, I enjoyed your dynasty before your life got so hectic with the job changes and moves. Glad you are settled now, good luck
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WHAT'S THIS? First the ECW dynasty, now this one? The heavens are blessing me with these returns!

Main Event: Rocky Golden, Josh Taylor & Danny Fonzarelli vs. Aaron "Ace" Andrews, Wolf Hawkins & Freddy Huggins

Eddie Peak & Leroy Sayeed vs. Ricky DeColt & Benny Benson

Killer Shark vs. KJ

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

Ricky Dale Johnson & Ross Henry vs. Bryan Vessey & Jay
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I begin to see more and more reward from our church of lucha libre, mi diario. There is a certain essence that every perfect lucha company has which has found its soul and found its spirit. I am not saying that we have arrived there yet. We are en route. There is a phenomenal book, which I believe everyone should read. It is entitled A History of Hollyweird. I have come to understand what killed the dream of a man--J.K. Stallings--who believed, as I do, in the soul of wrestling. He tried to be everything to everyone, and wound up as nothing. He also wanted to be Hollywood. The glitz, the glamor, in a wrestling company. But Senor Stallings forgot something. He forgot the meaning of wrestling--to embody a spirit and a love that is not created by Hollywood glamor.

My TCW will be different. I am going to make this company into a reflection of its home--we will be Los Angeles, as if God had made a city a lucha libre promotion. We will appeal to the deep desire in each man for a divine experience, but we will not try to be everything. There will be no hardcore division in my TCW. We will understand who we are and what we mean.

I must proselytize lucha libre to the world.


Main Event: Rocky Golden, Josh Taylor & Danny Fonzarelli vs. Aaron "Ace" Andrews, Wolf Hawkins & Freddy Huggins

Eddie Peak & Leroy Sayeed vs. Ricky DeColt & Benny Benson

Killer Shark vs. KJ

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

Ricky Dale Johnson & Ross Henry vs. Bryan Vessey & Jay


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