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Thanks to BHK1978 for nominating this diary and leading me to it.

Like the simple start so far, looking forward to following along.

Anyway, I'm just posting to make sure there's a little reply arrow next to the name so I won't forget to regularly check in.
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CZCW Tonight

– Friday 5th February 2016 –


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Champagne Lover's successful defense of the Coastal Zone Championship at CZCW Vendetta this week has earned him a week off from the show, allowing us to focus on other wrestlers on this edition of CZCW Tonight!

We'll kick things off with a Coastal Zone Xtreme Championship bout between Jonnie Perez and one half of the tag team champions, Tigre, in what is sure to be an intriguing contest. Fall out from the Coastal Zone Tag Title match at Vendetta is also likely to be on the agenda this evening, as we hear from defeated Jackpot Jordan, whose partner Jake Idol has been ruled out of competition for the foreseeable future with a Hernia injury that he suffered in that Title bout. Hopefully an apology will be forthcoming, given Jordan's actions on Monday, but some things are more likely than others!

Storm Spillane will take on young Bullseye, and will no doubt still be watching out for Lance Trueman, who has targeted Spillane of late, though it still isn't clear what his issue with Spillane is.

Tag action will see Flash Sparrow taking on Notorious, with the former looking to press their claims for a tag title shot. With Rich and Famous seemigly out of commission as a team, the field looks wide open for new challengers to Wild Cats, and a good performance here might be what Flash Sparrow need in order to make CZCW management sit up and take notice of them. Their opponents will no doubt have similar thoughts on their minds!




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Coastal Zone Xtreme Championship:
Jonnie Perez (c) vs. Tigre

Storm Spillane vs. Bullseye

Flash Sparrow vs. Notorious
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Card for Predictions:

Coastal Zone Xtreme Championship:
Jonnie Perez (c) vs. Tigre

Storm Spillane vs. Bullseye

Flash Sparrow vs. Notorious
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Going with the chalk here . . .

Coastal Zone Xtreme Championship:
Jonnie Perez (c) vs. Tigre

Storm Spillane vs. Bullseye

Flash Sparrow vs. Notorious
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Coastal Zone Xtreme Championship:
Jonnie Perez (c) vs. Tigre

Storm Spillane vs. Bullseye

Flash Sparrow vs. Notorious
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Card for Predictions:

Coastal Zone Xtreme Championship:
Jonnie Perez (c) vs. Tigre

Storm Spillane vs. Bullseye

Flash Sparrow vs. Notorious
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Coastal Zone Xtreme Championship:
Jonnie Perez (c) vs. Tigre

Jonnie just when so I highly doubt he will lose here.

Storm Spillane vs. Bullseye

Flash Sparrow vs. Notorious

While I am a fan of Notorious, I think I have to go with Flash Sparrow here. This is mainly because they are so high up on the card.
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CZCW Tonight

Friday 5th February 2016


Reno, Nevada

Attendance: 3400



Coastal Zone Xtreme Championship



Jonnie Perez (c ) v. Tigre

This ought to be a mis-match, as Tigre definitely has the much wider ranging skillset here, but the confines of the Xtreme Championship seem to lend themselves to dragging both men down to Perez's level – neither is especially comfortable with working the more Hardcore style that the fans expect with this belt, and Tigre's work is the more visibly hampered. Perez flies about with little concern for the damage that he is doing to his own body or his opponent though, and seems to be picking up a trick or two from Tigre on how to escape some of his more technical holds, despite being somewhat off his best tonight, and it is his determination that eventually wins the day, a Triple-jump DDT eventually putting paid to the tag specialist's challenge.

Winner: Jonnie Perez (D)





Backstage, Al Coleman is in the midst of another argument with Willow, and Greg Black stands ready to intervene should the confrontation look to turn more physical than verbal. Coleman keeps giving Black the evils as well during the argument.

The gist of things seems to be that Coleman is unhappy that his former manager has found another client and that she is prepared to help him win his matches.

“Your problem is that you never wanted me to help you in your matches anyway,” Willow counters. “You thought you were so damn good that you could do it all yourself. Well maybe if you'd accepted my help in the first place instead of just expecting me to stand around like a brainless bimbo you'd've been more successful, eh?”

Coleman looks like he wants to give Willow a slap, but with Black looking on, he thinks better of it, and storms away. (E+)






Storm Spillane v. Bullseye

Fox Mask comes down to the ringside and takes up an additional chair at the announce table for this match, with Cliff Anderson noting that he has taken Bullseye under his wing as something as a protégé, and wants to get a closer look at his new charge.

The signs are not all that promising – despite Spillane still being hampered by some sort of injury to his chest, he is able to dominate the charismatic rookie, and his work definitely has more crispness about it in all phases. Bullseye wants to get into a brawl rather than a wrestling contest, and takes every opportunity to throw fists and forearms, but Spillane is both quick and talented, and is able to avoid much of the threat that his opponent poses, highlighting the difference between the two young men by finishing things off with a smooth transition from a double leg takedown into a kneeling Boston Crab that Bullseye has to tap to.

Winner: Storm Spillane (E+)




Jackpot Jordan is backstage with a microphone and looks somewhat abashed.

“Far be it from me to give credit to my opponents on Monday, who did, after all, take advantage of my tag partner being injured to retain the titles. It is clear that, had we both been fit to wrestle and to continue the match we would have easily disposed of those masked idiots.

“However, the frustration of having to take on what essentially became a handicap match got the better of me, and I acted in a manner that was below my station – in the manner of those who are less well bred and who rely on their lower class so-called 'work ethic' to achieve what those of proper means and breeding accomplish without such deplorable efforts.”

He pauses and sneers down his nose at the camera.

“Indeed, as good manners require, I wish to take this opportunity to apologise to the man who was most badly affected by my actions on Monday – referee Germaine. Mister Germaine: I do hope my actions have not harmed you. I apologise for losing my temper and taking it out on you.”

The words indicate a legitimate apology, but Jordan's tone sounds rather less than sincere.

“Oh, and Wild Cats: if you think this is the end of the matter just because my tag partner is injured, you'd better think again!” (D-)








Flash Sparrow (American Flash/Matt Sparrow) v. Notorious (Miguel Rivera/Carlos Barrera)

Notorious have started to develop an unfortunate losing streak, and they come out of the blocks firing here as though determined to end their poor run. Their problem here though is that their opponents are accomplished mat wrestlers as well as being able (in Sparrow's case) to hang with the bigger men in a brawl. American Flash does end up backed into the Notorious corner on a couple of occasions, eating some solid shots from the self-styled street fighters, but manages to escape each time without really looking in too much danger of an extended beating.

Perhaps this is what keeps the crowd from getting too involved. Flash Sparrow never really look as though they are going to lose this, despite the best efforts of Rivera and Berrera, and it comes as little surprise when the more experienced pairing come away with the victory, Sparrow rolling Berrera up for a quick three count on the back of a beautiful missile drop-kick from Flash that appears to be a new move in his repertoire.

Winners: Flash Sparrow (D-)





Match over, Rivera is quickly back to his feet and lays into Sparrow, who is taken by surprise. Berrera hits Flash with a heavy spinebuster and the defeated duo lay in the boots, and leave Flash Sparrow lying on the canvas. Now if only Notorious could achieve this sort of victory in the ring during a match... (E)

Overall Show grade: (D-)




Author's notes

Thanks very much for all the comments and predictions.

A perfect 3/3 for BHK1978 and Lt. Lucrativo. 2/3 for michgcs, WilburTrey and Theheel.
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Saturday 6th February 2016


With the figures in from the first full month of trading, there is good news. It seems that my initial concerns about the lack of money coming in may be less of an issue than I first thought. Moving to having a weekly show alongside the monthly big events may have been more important than anything else, even if it does mean that one of our best performers, myself excluded of course, is only available for one show in five.

Given that, Mr Cliff has graciously allowed me to expend some of this wealth on the production type things. He agrees that there is little point in putting on well regarded shows if they do not increase our standing in the world, and all the reports we have are that the package that we provide with our current show, it hurts our popularity. Apparently, here in America the packaging for everything is as important as the content. Mr Cliff likens it to having excellent television programmes but very poor reception. He seems to forget that in Mexico just to have a television is a luxury – the quality of the picture is a mere side issue. What I think some call a “First World problem”. In any case, we will begin to employ some dedicated event staff to manage concessions and tickets, upgrade the ring areas and screens to a more modern standard, and spend some money on licensing of known music for entrances and introductions. Hopefully this will make some sort of difference, and our fans will appreciate the extra efforts.

I have also been permitted to distribute some small bonuses to well-deserving wrestlers. Some of them have been a little disheartened by minor events around the company over the last month and it is good to reward them for their loyalty.

If we can keep this money coming in then there will be other areas of the business we can see about improving. Even with the greatest wrestler in the world performing regularly, more high quality wrestlers can never be a bad thing. We could also look at getting in more Road Agents to improve the quality of the matches. Most of all, we could improve our commentary team. This is not quite as important at the minute, since without a television show the commentators are not quite as important, but Mr Cliff has asked me to find someone to replace him as lead announcer. This, I think, is a good thing. Mr Cliff does a good enough job for the level that we are working at, but if we are to progress further we will need someone who can focus only on the wrestling and not so much on the business. Maybe also more and better referees. For all the respect that accords to the funny-named Pee-wee Germaine, he is only average in his job, and adds little to matches that I have seen more of from those at a higher level.
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CZCW Tonight

Friday 12th February 2016

Preview


Good evening everyone and we look forward to yet another riveting episode of California's favourite high flying wrestling show CZCW Tonight!

Following on from the interest that CZCW veteran Fox Mask has been taking in the development of young Bullseye, the two of them will team up tonight to take on the equally unusual combination of Simon Waves and Coastal Zone Champion Champagne Lover. Fox Mask must be hoping to see a close hand the work that he has been putting into his protégé and how that is paying off once they get into the ring for real. Facing off against the current Champion will be a sure-fire way of testing the young man's mettle.

There's also tag team action between The American Cobras and Going Coastal – both teams will be keen to demonstrate their suitability for a Coastal Zone Tag Championship opportunity given the injury to Jake Idol that means he will be unable to be able to partner Jackpot Jordan over the next few weeks, but this one also has a second undertone, with the continued and ongoing dispute between Storm Spillane and Lance Trueman, and we still don't know what kicked it all off!

Matt Sparrow will also be on hand in singles action, against Waylon Walls, and we are due to hear from Super Ninja, who won the #1 contendership four-way at CZCW Vendetta to become the next challenger for Champagne Lover's Coastal Zone Championship.

Don't miss out!



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Matt Sparrow vs. Waylon Walls

Fox Mask/Bullseye vs. Champagne Lover/Simon Waves

The American Cobras vs. Going Coastal
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Could see a couple of these matches going either way.

Matt Sparrow vs. Waylon Walls
Sparrow's place in the CZCW pecking order is above Walls'.

Fox Mask/Bullseye vs. Champagne Lover/Simon Waves
Lover looks pretty unstoppable at this point, but I imagine Fox Mask is a future title contender and Waves can eat the pin.

The American Cobras vs. Going Coastal
Guessing the former CLM goes over here to continue his feud with the Cobras.
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Matt Sparrow vs. Waylon Walls


Fox Mask/Bullseye vs. Champagne Lover/Simon Waves
Champion in a tag match often means his team will lose while making he next contender look very good

The American Cobras vs. Going Coastal
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Matt Sparrow vs. Waylon Walls

Matt usually pushes as a main eventer while Waylon is far down on the card.

Fox Mask/Bullseye vs. Champagne Lover/Simon Waves

This is a tough one right here. Mainly because both teams have huge weak links in Bullseye and Simon Waves. I am not sure where to go with this one...so I shall follow the majority here.

The American Cobras vs. Going Coastal
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Card for predictions:

Matt Sparrow vs. Waylon Walls
BHK, didn't you used to have Waylon Walls on your roster in one of your games?

Fox Mask/Bullseye vs. Champagne Lover/Simon Waves
CHAMPagne Lover may see himself as a benevolent figure, but we all know he's HHH in disguise

The American Cobras vs. Going Coastal
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CZCW Tonight

Friday 12th February 2016


San Diego, California

Attendance: 3200





Matt Sparrow v. Waylon Walls

Waylon Walls is in an obviously bad mood as this one gets under way, and proceeds to try and take it out on his opponent, coming out swinging early doors and using his brawling style to swamp Sparrow with punches, kicks and generally anything that might prevent Sparrow from utilising his more sophisticated repertoire. At times it looks like Walls might just pull this off, and he does get to hit his favourite double arm DDT, but not cleanly, and Sparrow kicks out well before the three. From there things go less well for Walls, and even as both men tire it is Sparrow who is able to gain the upper hand and does his best to keep Walls grounded, eventually finishing him off with a well executed Bird Brain Buster.

Winner: Matt Sparrow (D-)







Backstage, we have the unusual sight of Super Ninja talking to the camera.

“Champagne Lover, you may call yourself the greatest wrestler in the world, but you've barely left your home country, so if that isn't self-aggrandizement of the highest order I don't know what is. When you have wrestled in Japan, and been a multi-time champion with a major American company like myself, you might have some claim towards that, but at present, it is simply dust in the wind.

“The years of experience I have had honing my arts against so many different styles will be a complete surprise to you, I'm sure, for someone who pays so little attention to anything other than himself, but when it comes down to the Coastal Zone Championship at Uprising, you can be sure that you will feel the Ninja Strike, and you will suddenly know pain. And then perhaps a little loss of consciousness, hehe.”

The sound of the ninja chuckling is a little disconcerting, as you don't really expect humour from him.

“Needless to say, I hope you continue to believe yourself the greatest wrestler in the world, for after all, if you have no understanding of what your opponent can do to you, you will have no fear of it. And not fearing the Super Ninja could just be the one mistake you make that wins me the Coastal Zone title...” (D+)








Fox Mask & Bullseye v. Champagne Lover & Simon Waves

Almost two singles matches rather than one tag match: whenever Lover is in the ring Fox Mask does his best to be there to match him, and whenever Lover tags out to Waves, Fox Mask is keen to get Bullseye in quickly. As a result, there is a distinct discrepancy in quality as well, depending on who is in the ring at any one time, as both junior partners look to be rather off their game this evening, whilst the veterans still seem to be learning from one another – probably not the way you'd want things to be.

What is clear though, is that Bullseye is benefiting from slicker teamwork with his mentor than Waves is getting out of Lover. Lover seems largely indifferent to Waves' plight when he gets cornered, and doesn't have any compunction in tagging out and leaving him to Fox Mask as and when he feels like the opponents are getting the better of him. In the end that is what costs them, as Waves is left in the ring when Lover tags out to a clearly suffering Waves following a nasty DDT received from Fox Mask, and the veteran decides that the time is right to put the opposition away instead of tagging his partner in. A second DDT and a Flying Fox splash later and it's all over, with Lover not even attempting to break the pin.

Winners: Fox Mask & Bullseye (C-)







Britney Hollywood comes out to the ring alongside Al Coleman, clearly ready to talk.

“As you've probably gathered, since my beloved Donnie is no longer here in California, I need a new wrestler to manage in order to keep paying the bills. Looks like these don't come cheap, babes.”

She flounces around the ring a little, showing off her looks, before continuing.

“So since Al here and the old bag Willow seem to have a disagreement, and Willow's managed to sleep her way into getting a new client, Al has asked me to be his new manager, to even the score, so to speak.

“And since Willow's new pimp obviously can't beat Al without her help, I'll be running interference for Al, and we'll settle things once and for all at CZCW Uprising, if that's all the same to you, sweetheart.”

Neither Greg Black nor Willow deigns to come out to answer the challenge. (D)









The American Cobras (Jimmy Marvel/Storm Spillane) v. Going Coastal (Lance Trueman/Fernandes Franklin)

There's a big stare-down between Spillane and Trueman before things even get started here, and Marvel tries to defuse the tension by insisting on starting the match out, but neither Spillane (despite his still-obvious chest injury) nor Trueman is having any part of that, so keen are they to lock horns immediately.

That's a bit of a shame, because their animosity is apparently impacting on the quality of their wrestling, and it takes nearly five minutes before either man is willing to tag out, with Franklin almost forcing the issue when Spillane drops Trueman with a nasty corner splash/flying knee combination that leaves Trueman down in their corner. Eventually we get some back-and-forth and different pairs in the ring, but the Cobras are largely able to retain the advantage.

The tide turns when Trueman low blows Marvel whilst Pee-wee Germaine is unsighted by the angle he's taken, and Spillane takes immediate offence, rushing into the ring to object. Franklin comes in to even the numbers, and a regular pier four brawl breaks out, with Germaine seemingly unable to control things. He lets it ride for a fair few minutes, but the brawl spills out of the ring and up the aisle, and he has little alternative to rule the match an anticlimactic double count-out draw, as it appears that there is no hope of any return to the ring.

Winner: Nobody (D+)


Overall Show Grade: D+



Author's Notes


Thanks very much for all the predictions, once again. The non-finish in the final bout meant that nobody ended up with a complete slate this time around. Two from three for BHK1978, Lt. Lucrativo and Theheel.

michgcs made the comparison between Champagne Lover and Triple H, which I found particularly amusing (but cost him a point by picking Lover) - because I initially picked Lover as an avatar as someone who was an outsider coming in and would expect to be at the top of the card by right of his accomplishments to date, but who I could afford to have lose matches at any time (as the user avatar) without complaint... yet the loss of Donnie and Masked Cougar, and the lack of availability of Frankie meant he was the best person to take on the belt, and I needed to find a way to get that into the storyline (so far, so good...)
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