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With Photobucket going crazy about 3rd party hosting, it's time I gave up trying to update my various side-ventures and admit GSW and Voeltzwagon's GSW Dynasty were a big part of what dragged me into TEW2016. Armed with lessons learned from my failed first attempt, a Road to Glory game that's spanned 14 in-game years by now and a brand new imgur account, it's high time to give Grimm SoCal Wrestling another spin.

For those of you who haven't followed the previous take, here's the breakdown

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Hiring restrictions: Prioritize black and hispanic talent. White workers will only be hired to fill stereotypical blaxploitation villain roles such as policemen or rednecks
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Was a great read first time around. I'm subscribed again anyway though I might have preferred to see you take the IPW corner this time around!
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Was a great read first time around. I'm subscribed again anyway though I might have preferred to see you take the IPW corner this time around!
As much as I respect Nemesis and the whole DAVE nostalgia, my position in the fight is 100% clear. If I'd try another West Coast promotion, it would probably be CZCW
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GSW The Underground 2016, Held at the Simmons Center in South West U.S., Attendance: 300 (sold out)

The show opened with veteran valet Nicole Kiss introducing herself as GSW's newest resident hotstuff after her departure from PSW. Adding a sexualized twist to her "Girl Next Door" gimmick, it was very well received from the rowdy fans and coupled with her wonderful improvising on the mic, it all made for a strong start to the show as she ran down the card backwards from the main event, ending with her announcing the opening match of the show and her brand new client, Omar.
Grade: D+ 51


GSW West Coast title match
Aces High (c) (with CJ Weston) vs Omar (with Nicole Kiss)

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Omar defeated Aces High in 15:29 by pinfall with a High Velocity Headbutt. Omar wins the GSW West Coast title.
The match was contested under standard GSW rules, meaning no countouts, no disqualifications, only possible endings are pinfall, submission or referee stoppage and apart from fire-arm usage, all weapons are considered legal. CJ Weston and Nicole Kiss did some good work at ringside riling up the fans and the presence of GSW's newest face was enough to ensure that Weston didn't have a chance to decidedly involve himself in the match. Whereas Aces High relied on strikes and weapons, the cruiserweight Omar based his offense on suplexes and high flying moves, showing an improvement in his Performance skills since his last match that rightfully earned him the big win and his first reign as GSW West Coast champion.
Grade: D- 39


GSW Tag Team title match
State of Destruction (c) vs Brown Pride
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State Of Destruction defeated Brown Pride in 4:49 when Boneyard defeated LatiNoFear by pinfall with a Choke Slam. State Of Destruction make defence number 4 of their GSW Tag Team titles.
The next chapter in the war between State of Destruction and "La Raza" as Brown Pride and Mexico's Finest call themselves, this was a short but violent overbooked squash with a lot of things going on besides the mayhem itself. The scripting of the match was such to accentuate everyone's strengths and hide their weaknesses, something the reigning champions benefitted a lot from as the chaos hid their in-ring flaws. This kept fans engaged and prevented them from crapping all over the match, but it also underplayed the obvious improvement that Boneyard displayed in his Performance skills and MexiCain in his Rumble arsenal.
Grade: E 30

As soon as the match was over, Mexico's Finest rushed out to save his buddies from a beatdown, since State of Destruction didn't stop when the bell rang. Brown Pride were a little underwhelming in their selling, but the brawl between the three big monsters was enough to excite the fans and warrant the appearance of GSW's Commissioner of Violence, Big Magic.
Magic took turns addressing everybody, calling MexiCain "a cocky youngster way over his head" to hint at his new gimmick that fans took well to, but when he called Mexico's Finest "a stone cold killer with a homicide record" fans broke into a "this is bullsh*t" chant. The segment was rescued when Big Magic wrapped up his little speech by telling State of Destruction to look for a partner, because next month at GSW Anarchy, they will be fighting all three members of La Raza for the brand new GSW Top Crew titles.
Grade: C- 57

Fro Sure vs Hard-1
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Fro Sure defeated Hard-1 in 14:59 by pinfall with a Sure Thing.

Young hopeful meets tough veteran in what turned out to be a real Car Crash of a match. Not satisfied with the balls out high risk pace that killed both men's stamina, they went a step further by taking special big bumps. First it was Hard-1 stomping Fro's head through a cinder block and later on Fro hitting the veteran with his Inverted Piledriver "Sure Thing" finisher off the apron and through a table set up on the outside. Hard-1 sold that like his neck had snapped clean, showing some improvement in his selling skills and it's a miracle how both men came out of the match without legitimate injuries.
Grade: D- 41

Manager Kandii around his arm, Busta Capp made his big entrance for the main event, gesturing he's ready to reclaim the GSW American title. This new "Man on a mission" gimmick would be further elaborated during the match through Busta's will to keep fighting and clearly the audience didn't seem to mind this little twist in his character.
Grade: D 45

Led to the ring by his executive manager CJ Weston, the reigning GSW American champion Cali Slick made a confident entrance for his main event title match against the man he defeated to become the champion.
Grade: E 28


GSW American title Street Fight match
Cali Slick (c) (with CJ Weston) vs Busta Capp (with Kandii)
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Cali Slick defeated Busta Capp in 21:05 by pinfall with a Slick-Back after CJ Weston interfered. Cali Slick makes defence number 1 of his GSW American title.

Building on the story leading to this match as well as to emphasize Busta's new character twist, the two men took a slow build approach to their street fight title match, making full use of the absence of rules as well as the falls count anywhere stipulation to fight part of the bout in the stands, right in the fans' faces. Busta's fiery fighting style let him dominate the start of the match and he even powerbombed Slick through the bleacher seats but only got a two count as CJ Weston broke up the pin. Kandii had her share of inolvement too and given the chemistry she seems to have with Capp, she is expected to stay on his side for a lot more matches. The match ended with Slick bringing the fight back into the ring, where he showed a big improvement to his Technical and Performance skills as of late, leading up to the big finish of chokeslamming Capp through the announcers' table with his Slick-Back finisher to pin him over the splinters and win the match.
Grade: D 46

Show Grade: D- 40
IPW's January show Grade: D- 38
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GSW Anarchy 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title rematch inside Hell in a Cell: Cali Slick (c) vs Busta Capp
Without CJ Weston to help him, can Cali retain his title?
Fro Sure vs Deaf Touch
Given the quality of those involved, this could turn out to be a show stealer
GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza (Mexico's Finest and Brown Pride) vs State of Destruction and ???
Who will be SoD's partner and how will his presence affect the match?
West Coast title match: Omar (c) vs E-Soteric
Recently crowned champion makes his first defence against the mysterious IPW defector

Not really running a prediction contest, just thought I'd put out the card for the next show to build up hype and see if the roster can make it happen without any changes
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GSW Anarchy 2016, Held in South West U.S., Attendance: 488

Just like a month ago, Nicole Kiss comes up to warm up the crowd with an introduction as she runs down the card backwards, from the main event down to the opening match, in which her new client Omar will defend his newly won GSW West Coast championship.
Grade: D- 41


GSW West Coast title match
Omar (c) (with Nicole Kiss) vs Babau
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Omar defeated Babau in 14:41 by pinfall with a High Velocity Headbutt. Omar makes defence number 1 of his GSW West Coast title.

A shocking opener, as instead of the scheduled E-Soteric, the masked IPW employee Babau shows up to challenge for the title and raise a plethora of questions. Did E-Soteric no show? Did Babau beat him up to take his place? Is this all an elaborate scheme, given that E-Soteric is also an IPW alumni? Babau gets some heat from the audience and a serious IPW bashing from the announcers, but otherwise puts up a decent opener against fellow high flyer Omar, who pins him for his first title defense.
Grade: D- 36


GSW Top Crew titles match
La Raza (Mexico's Finest & Brown Pride) vs State of Destruction & Raheem Stash
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La Raza (LatiNoFear, MexiCain and Mexico's Finest) defeated Raheem Stash and State Of Destruction in in 9:45 when Mexico's Finest defeated Raheem Stash by pinfall with a Hard Time.

The match is held under the pretty self-explanatory "No Blood, No Pin" rules and with that stipulation and so many participants it's clear to see why it was mayhem. The chaos worked in the losing team's favor as it hid their terrible performance, though they had their bright spots such as Stash getting better at playing his character or Boneyard somehow putting up performance of the match. Mexico's Finest seems to have upped his brawling game and to their credit, both members of Brown Pride agreed to do a big spot where State of Destruction gave them double chokeslams through burning tables. MexiCain came out unscathed, but LatiNoFear reportedly sustained a Bruised Pectoral Muscle.
Grade: E+ 32

Fro Sure vs Deaf Touch
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Fro Sure defeated Deaf Touch in 14:58 by pinfall with a roll up.
Two solid performers in a solid match, with Fro even showing improvement in his performance skills during the match. Deaf Touch switched from his bland wholesome gimmick into that of a street thug and fans' approval was unanimous as they embraced the new edgier version of Deaf Touch. A good back and forth brawl that could have gone either way, eventually ended with a lucky roll up.
Grade: D- 39


GSW American title Hell in a Cell match
Cali Slick (c) (with CJ Weston) vs Busta Capp (with Kandii)
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Cali Slick defeated Busta Capp in 14:45 by pinfall with a Slick-Back. Cali Slick makes defence number 2 of his GSW American title.
The main event was a rematch from The Underground, but held in a cell to prevent interference from Kandii, CJ Weston or Aces High. Given the history between the two competitors, the prize on the line and the cage around them, it's no surprise this absolute car crash of a match was filled with big moves, weapon shots and a lot of slamming on the cage walls. At one point Busta Capp botched a shoulder breaker and reportedly separated Cali's shoulder, but that didn't stop the champion from putting up performance of the night as he really went through hell to retain.
Grade: D 44

Once the main event was over, Fro Sure came out to cut a masterful improvisational promo on Capp losing both title shots he got, saying it's time he moved over and let him fight Cali for the strap. Despite his beating, Capp had the breath to talk back, saying that just winning a bunch of matches doesn't make Fro a challenger, he'll have to go through him first. Fro accepted the challenge, saying he'll fight Capp next month at Beneath the City for the #1 contendership as Cali Slick nodded in approval in the background.
Grade: D+ 49

Show Grade: D- 36
IPW's February show Grade: D- 40

The announcers took verbal jabs at IPW during the entire show, but the general consensus was GSW should worry about improving their own product first.
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GSW Beneath the City 2016 card (Subject to change)
#1 contender match for the GSW American title: Busta Capp vs Fro Sure
Can the bro with the fro climb up the ranks to challenge the champion?
GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza vs The Long Beach Crew & Hard-1
La Raza make their first title defense against the well oiled team from Long Beach and the tough as nails veteran.
GSW Tag Team titles match: State of Destruction vs Dead Men Walking
Boneyard and BB Colossus beat Gravedigga and Mobstar to win the titles. Can Dead Men Walking win them back?
GSW West Coast title match: Omar vs E-Soteric
The match scheduled for Anarchy has been moved to the next event. Will everything go as planned?
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GSW Beneath the City 2016 card (Subject to change)
#1 contender match for the GSW American title: Busta Capp vs Fro Sure
I seem to remember Fro being somewhat of a star last time out. I think that begins again here.
GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza vs The Long Beach Crew & Hard-1
La Raza for me. Gives them a shot in the arm as a credible stable going forward.
GSW Tag Team titles match: State of Destruction vs Dead Men Walking
I'm unsure about this one but think the champs will retain.
GSW West Coast title match: Omar vs E-Soteric
You can do one of two things here, have E lose to show that IPW aren't a real threat or have him win to lend credence to the IPW 'Invasion' that I'm expecting. You're not Vince McMahon and I don't think your ego will influence your booking here.
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GSW Beneath the City 2016 card (Subject to change)
#1 contender match for the GSW American title: Busta Capp vs Fro Sure

GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza vs The Long Beach Crew & Hard-1

GSW Tag Team titles match: State of Destruction vs Dead Men Walking

GSW West Coast title match: Omar vs E-Soteric
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GSW Beneath the City 2016 card (Subject to change)
#1 contender match for the GSW American title: Busta Capp vs Fro Sure
GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza vs The Long Beach Crew & Hard-1
GSW Tag Team titles match: State of Destruction vs Dead Men Walking
GSW West Coast title match: Omar vs E-Soteric
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#1 contender match for the GSW American title: Busta Capp vs Fro Sure
GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza vs The Long Beach Crew & Hard-1
GSW Tag Team titles match: State of Destruction vs Dead Men Walking
GSW West Coast title match: Omar vs E-Soteric
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GSW Beneath the City 2016, Held in South West U.S., Attendance: 417

As usual, Nicole Kiss played the role of hostess, running down the night's card in reverse order while fans drooled over her looks. Once again, the opening match would be her client and GSW West Coast champion Omar defending his title against the man he was normally supposed to face last month, E-Soteric.
Grade: D 45

E-Soteric came out with a mic in hand and a super hot woman around the other, which he introduced as "The African Goddess" Osiris. He then proceeded to cut a decent promo, saying he didn't miss last month's match because of some elaborate plot with Babau, but because he was all over Osiris. E-Soteric did a good job of not only hyping himself, but also getting Osiris and her Slut gimmick over, the only real drawback being that the woman's looks did draw attention away from what he was saying.
Grade: D+ 50


GSW West Coast title match
Omar (c) (with Nicole Kiss) vs E-Soteric (with Osiris)
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Omar defeated E-Soteric in 9:31 by pinfall with a High Velocity Headbutt. Omar makes defence number 2 of his GSW West Coast title.
Omar clearly was the better wrestler in this bout and got a well deserved win, though E-Soteric obviously did everything he could. The former IPW wrestler showed an improvement in both his Performance skills and the way he plays his gimmick, not to mention his willingness to take a stunt bump on the announcers' table, but was ultimately held back by the fact that his brawling style felt awkward meshing with Omar's cruiserweight moves, as the two men had zero chemistry to the point where they are unlikely to fight each other again soon.
Grade: D- 38


GSW Tag Team titles match
State of Destruction (BB Colossus & Boneyard) vs Dead Men Walking (Gravedigga & Mobstar)
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State Of Destruction defeated Dead Men Walking in a Club™ Rules match in 9:54 when Boneyard defeated Mobstar by pinfall with a Choke Slam. State Of Destruction make defence number 5 of their GSW Tag Team titles.
Given the champions' limitations, this match was yet again short, brutal and overbooked but it did its job of exciting fans with ultraviolent spots and made State of Destruction look dominant, even if BB Colossus was gasping for air by the end. Dead Men Walking lived up to their name when they both took stunt bumps for the finish of the match as the champions chokeslammed them through tables and even though he was limited by the chaotic nature of the bout, Mobstar still carried it by putting up the best performance out of the four men in the ring.
Grade: D- 36


GSW Top Crew titles match
La Raza (Mexico's Finest & Brown Pride) vs Hard-1 & The Long Beach Crew (with CJ Weston)
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La Raza (LatiNoFear, MexiCain and Mexico's Finest) defeated Hard-1 and Long Beach Crew in 15:22 when Mexico's Finest defeated Hard-1 by pinfall with a Hard Time following botched interference by CJ Weston. Mexico's Finest and Brown Pride make defence number 1 of their GSW Top Crew titles.
Despite his good presence at ringside, CJ Weston proved fatal for his team as Hard-1 does not share the link CJ has with his clients, resulting in botched interference that led to the pinfall. Cali Slick carried the match even though his performance was somewhat limited in order to keep him strong and Aces High showcased some sharpened Rumble skills. On the winners' side, MexiCain won over the hearts of some fans as he might have been the worst man in his crew but he's clearly been working on his Performance skills and was the one who took the big (near) fall for his team when the Long Beach Crew hit him with their tag finisher on the ring steps.
Grade: D 42

As a breather between the action and violence, Fro Sure and Busta Capp took the time before their #1 contender match to engage in a rather entertaining freestyle rap battle. Fro rocked the mic and dropped some saucy rhymes to diss Busta and subtly flirt with the steaming hot Kandii, which in turn threw the veteran off his game and messed up his rhymes. Fans made sure to let everyone know Fro won the battle, but Busta looked like he might win the war when he attacked Fro to start the match on the offensive.
Grade: D 43

#1 contender for the GSW American championship title match
Fro Sure vs Busta Capp (with Kandii)
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Fro Sure defeated Busta Capp in 14:35 by pinfall with a Sure Thing.

This match was an absolute Car Crash, as both men went all out for a chance to fight the champion for the GSW American title. Despite Fro Sure visibly tiring from the All Out pace of the bout, he was able to put up performance of the night, hit his finisher and beat Capp clean in a match that brought out the best of each performer. A hard fought victory for the new challenger and a loss with no shame for Capp, as the booking of the match played to his strengths and hid his weaknesses. Somehow, both wrestlers walked away from the crime scene without any serious injuries and already the streets are buzzing with the prospect of a Fro Sure vs Cali Slick title match.
Grade: D 44

Show Grade: D 45
IPW's February show Grade: D- 40

Few days after the show, GSW was again on the forefront of wrestling news when IPW sponsors said they were approached by people claiming to have proof of a death & sex cult operating in the backstage area of IPW. According to the news, those men were dismissed as agitators paid by GSW and the company was publically bashed for using cheap tactics to hurt their opponents.
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I seem to remember Fro being somewhat of a star last time out. I think that begins again here.
Fro and Cali are GSW's main draws, so a clash between them is inevitable. If nothing else, Busta Capp had his chances and failed, so now the champion needs a new contender to freshen things up.
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La Raza for me. Gives them a shot in the arm as a credible stable going forward.
La Raza is pretty much the only stable so far and it makes sense for them to win over a tag team and a third guy, plus Cali would then be split between defending the two titles. My only real problem here is two thirds of La Raza have problems with the law and I got an owner goal that prevents hiring or extending contracts to such men, so I'm a little worried for their long term future. Besides, Brother Grimm is a man of little patience with a love of vetoing stuff.
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I'm unsure about this one but think the champs will retain.
Again, both Dead Men Walking have law problems so I have my doubts about giving them a title run. State of Destruction have their issues, but I don't see any other team as a strong alternative to hold the belts right now.
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You can do one of two things here, have E lose to show that IPW aren't a real threat or have him win to lend credence to the IPW 'Invasion' that I'm expecting. You're not Vince McMahon and I don't think your ego will influence your booking here.
I did the IPW invasion last time around and though it was a great storyline, I'd rather try something new this time. Babau's 3 moth contract won't be extended, he's got a job with SAISHO in Japan and I think I'd rather focus on a strong brawl/hardcore oriented roster instead of trying to build a high flyer division.
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GSW A Matter of Respect 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title match: Cali Slick vs Fro Sure
Two of GSW's top dogs collide in perhaps the most unpredictable match so far.
Rio Grande Electrified Cage match: Busta Capp vs Mexico's Finest
GSW takes violence and controversy to new levels with this one
GSW West Coast title match: Omar vs Gravedigga
Gravedigga's skill shone through the chaos of last show's tag team match bright enough to earn him a shot at the GSW West Coast title, but can he make it count?
GSW Tag Team titles match: State of Destruction vs Top Kix (Drop Kix and Top Dolla)
The behemoths seem to have this in the bag, but the youngsters are hungry and eager to prove themselves. Can they pull off the underdog win in this David vs Goliath bout, or will the champions crush their way through to continue their path of dominance?
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