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Unread 12-29-2017, 05:47 AM
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NWA National Title:
Randy Orton vs CM Punk vs Samoa Joe vs Jamie Noble
Punk seems like the type to need a more lengthy run to develop his character before moving onto the title (and then the things he can do as champion). Orton is very vanilla at this early stage of his career. Noble is tainted by his association in the low ranks of WCW. Joe has the size and presence to pull this off.

Chase Stevens vs Wifebeater
Pick 'em, but Stevens has a proper name and neither has any real cache. An opportunity perhaps for a more notable presence to beat down both men?


Shelton Benjamin vs Abyss
Contrasting styles, but people are more likely to buy Abyss as the winner at this point until Benjamin's character has developed further.
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Unread 12-29-2017, 11:21 PM
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NWA Wrestling Showcase:
Friday Week 4, May 2000
Attendance: 1,867


This week's edition of NWA Wrestling Showcase has a couple of new changes. First, the new show time on Friday,
as opposed to Thursday. Second, cameras focus straight to the announce booth that is ringside as announcer Todd Keneley introduces us to new color commentator, The Brain, Bobby Heenan!



-Welcome everyone to NWA Wrestling Showcase, where we do just what the name of our show does and that's Showcase the very best professional wrestling has to offer. This week and all the weeks to come, I'm joined by our very new color commentator, the one and only, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan! Mr. Heenan, I welcome you and I can't wait to call the action in that ring with you!

-Well the pleasure's all yours. I came to the NWA for one reason and one reason only.

-Oh yeah? What's that?

-Money.

-Regardless.....I'm happy you're hear with us and I'm sure everyone at home is also. We're getting straight to the action this week as Shelton Benjamin will take on the Monster Abyss!


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Shelton Benjamin began this match visibly uneasy as the monster Abyss towered over him from across the ring. Benjamin attempted to use his quickness to his advantage, basically running in circles around Abyss. Benjamin managed to hit a couple of successful top rope moves on Abyss but could never drop him. He got him down to one knee and went up again, springboarding off the top rope. It looked hopeful for Benjamin until Abyss caught him in mid air like he weight nothing. Abyss hit a huge powerslam a moment later to get the decisive 3 count.
Winner by pinfall: Abyss
Rating: E-


-NWA Wrestling Showcase returns after a quick commercial to Eric Bischoff standing in the middle of the ring with a microphone. It's speculated for a moment as to why he is out there until he begins speaking.


Thank you, thank you. Now as much as it might pain some of you to hear,
it won't be a regular occurrence of me coming out here. I know, I know....You people.....You people love me, and I love you, but the fact is that there's a ton of talent back there that would be better off being showcased to you than I would be. However, tonight...Tonight there's a special occasion. I told everyone last week that there was going to be a big focus on women's wrestling. I'm not going to continue down the path of some other companies that only showcase their looks. While it's true that there are many gorgeous women out there, it's even more true that many of those same women are extremely talented in the ring. Right now, let me introduce you all to the very first female wrestler that I signed, and her name is Trish Stratus!


-Some generic music begins playing and out walks a beautiful blond haired woman named Trish Stratus. She walks to the ring with a huge smile across her face and she reaches out to the fans along the way, and all intents and purposes, she looks like the girl next door. She takes her spot next to Bischoff

Ms. Stratus, I welcome you to the NWA as the very first female on our roster. Without a doubt, there's going to be many more to join you,
so you've got your work cut out for you. I'm going to give you the floor,
and I want you to tell all these fans in this arena and those at home just what you plan on bringing to the NWA and what you plan on doing for women's wrestling!

Thank you, Mr. Bischoff! To all of you fans who aren't familiar with me, my name's Trish Stratus! I may look innocent, but when I get in this ring, I'm anything but! All those guys in the back, they're gonna have to step up their game because there's going to be some new action around here and all the ladies are going to prove that we're more than just pretty faces! I don't know who else is going to be here or who else I'm going to have to face, but bring on the challenge because you're all looking at the next NWA Women's Champion!
Rating: D+

- Keneley and Heenan take a moment to talk about Trish's focused, yet pretty generic promo and all of the possibilities that a women's division can bring to the NWA. Next being played over the speakers is music that could only be played for perfection. We're all soon shown who it is...



Curt Hennig walks out, booming as always with confidence. Eric Bischoff had remained in the ring and viewers at home now see a table in the ring.
On top of that table is the NWA World's Heavyweight Championship.
Hennig steps into the ring and gives a firm handshake to Eric Bischoff


Ladies and gentlemen, it is now my distinct privilege to welcome Curt Hennig. Not only that, but it is my honor and privilege to be the one tonight to present Mr. Hennig with the championship he won last week right here on our premiere show. So without further adieu, Mr. Hennig, I now present you as the NEW NWA World's Champion!

The crowd mostly boo's Curt Hennig but there are a few stragglers who are cheering. Bischoff straps the world belt around the waist of Hennig. He takes the mic and again shakes Bischoff's hand before Bischoff exits the ring.

Thank you everyone and the first person I want to specifically thank is you,
Mr. Bischoff! Without you and without your support, I wouldn't be here right now and I certainly wouldn't be standing here with the most prestigious world heavyweight title around my waist! I've worked hard over the years and have never been given the opportunity to lead a company until now and it's your vision, Mr. Bischoff, that I hope to carry on and bring this company to unforeseen heights!

You could say that throughout my career I've been compared to being....Well, perfect...Hahaha...I understand that there's going to be all kinds of talent coming after me from not only the United States, but all over the world! Well none of those people can hold a candle to my talent and my abilities! The fact that I haven't held a world championship until now is a complete atrocity! Well starting here and now that's all behind me because I'm doing nothing and looking ahead and to the future, and there's not one person that can take this title off of me!

- At about that time, some unfamiliar music begins to play. Being a new company, fans are going to have to get accustomed to new faces and new music. After a few moments and much to Curt Hennig's displeasure;





Keneley: It's Bryan Danielson!

Now hold on, hold on just a minute!!! If I wanted some fan boy to come out here and interrupt my championship celebration, I'd have asked for it! I said all autographs would be signed in the back! I don't need some punk kid coming out here and interrupting! I'll tell you another thing, kid, you've got a hell of a lot more dues to pay before you ever get the privilege of competing against someone of my caliber in the ring!


Well let me tell you something, Curt! If you want to talk about the future, if you want to talk about talent, if you want to talk about ability, then you don't need to be talking about yourself! Because if you ask me, while you at one point were on top of the world in those categories, there's been just a few people that've passed you by on that list, and I'm one of them!! The future is standing right here on this ramp! The future who's going to take the NWA into a successful organization is standing right here on this ramp! If you want me to pay my dues, Curt, by all means, please do what you can to make me earn them! I'm not asking for a handout. I'm not asking for charity! I'll earn my place and when the time comes, I'm going to take that title away from you!
Rating: D+

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The next bout is with two relatively unknowns. During the match, we were told that Wifebeater is not signed to an NWA contract, rather, he is visiting from the Mid South. Todd Keneley informed the audience that we will see multiple talents being brought in and rotating out, very similar to the territory days long past. This proved to be a quick paced, high flying matchup. Stevens picked up the win after hitting what the audience was told is called the Chaser Shot, which is a lifting DDT variety. After the match, Stevens seemed to be favoring his left elbow.
Winner by pinfall: Chase Stevens
Rating: E


NWA National Title:

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This weeks main event features the highly anticipated title bout to crown the NWA National champion. Todd Keneley informs fans at home that while Curt Hennig is the NWA World Heavyweight Champion, he will be defending that title all throughout the NWA. He goes on to say that Hennig will have a title bout this very week in his first title defense against Ray Gonzalez at WWC's monthly event.

Samoa Joe entered the ring with a heavily taped right knee. Keneley reminds everyone of the injury suffered last week in his match against Shelton Benjamin which was in a variety of reports. Luckily for Joe, a match with multiple competitors should make it easier for him to not carry as much of the load. The clear one in control during this match was Jamie Noble.
Noble used the advantage of his experience in larger companies and he clearly shone above the rest as far as his crispness in the ring.

The majority of the match, Orton paired off against Noble and Joe paired off against Punk. All competitors used their quickness to their advantage and several high flying moves were used. One spot featured Orton, Joe,
and Noble outside the ring. Punk catapulted himself over the top rope,
somersaulting onto the men on the floor below. The car crash went back into the ring with Joe and Punk. Noble attempted to get back into the ring but Orton grabbed his foot and pulled him back outside where they continued to brawl, sending one another into the guardrail, choking each other with TV cables, bouncing each others heads off the announce table, and even missing a few chair shots.

Joe and Punk squared off in the ring. Punk seemed to take control of the match and had Joe reeling. Punk focused on the injured knee of Samoa Joe, who by this point in the match was visibly favoring his knee. Punk sent Joe into the corner and followed after him. Just as it looked like Punk would hit a running clothesline, Joe caught him and lifted him up in the air before slamming him down hard onto the mat. Joe bent over in pain as Punk was attempting to get back onto his feet. Just as he did, Joe caught him from behind and locked in a submission move that he calls the Dragon Clutch, which is a modified chicken wing. Joe dropped to the mat with the hold firmly in place and wrapped his legs around the waist of Punk.

Punk struggled in the move and was hoping for someone to run in to break the hold up, but Noble and Orton were busy brawling away with each other outside and never noticed. Punk tried his hardest to get to the rope but it wasn't even close. When the pain got too great, Punk had no choice but to start tapping! The bell rang and Orton and Noble, who now realized the match was over, become furious. Orton stands with a shocked look on his face, looking into the ring as Joe releases the hold and sits on the mat with his arm raised. As Orton's distracted, he doesn't see that Noble had grabbed a previously dropped chair. Like a car crash, Noble connects the chair to the back of Randy Orton, who crumples in a heap on the floor. Joe is presented the National Championship by the referee. A disgusted Jamie Noble throws the chair down on the floor that he used to assault Orton with and walks off and back up the ramp. Samoa Joe takes a moment to celebrate his win in the ring and gets to his feet, still favoring his right knee.
Winner and New NWA National Champion: Samoa Joe
Rating: E+



Overall Show Grade: E+
TV Rating: Less than .01 (7,230 viewers)
This show lost us popularity in 2 regions
Thank you everyone for your involvement! I wasn't sure if I'd be able to do a good enough job presenting what I'm doing. I've had to slow my game down quite a bit so I don't forget anything that went on in the shows. There's going to be quite a bit of new information coming out and I'm trying to keep things as down to earth and realistic as possible. I don't want this to become too far fetched and I'm holding back signing up all the available talent. A lot of the available workers I had previously locked down to developmental deals in WCW's development company, so you won't be seeing several other guys joining the NWA unless WCW happens to release them, but I don't see that happening.

I'm looking forward to what happens and my game progress is currently right on line with where this dynasty is. I'm setting up my 3rd show currently and that one is looking pretty exciting! I will be posting the 2nd show review and news and rumors shortly.
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Unread 12-31-2017, 01:45 AM
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The PWI report is back to give you all of the scoop from this week's NWA Wrestling Showcase!

-Attendance and the rating was down slightly from this week to last. This is the second week in a row, we're being told, that the Sunshine Network was not happy with the overall show. This has some staff members in NWA becoming very nervous about being dropped if the show again doesn't deliver this next week.

- Should NWA Wrestling Showcase be dropped, it is not believed that they will be able to move the show to another network, as none seem to be interested.

- The NWA's first monthly event is scheduled for Week 4, June and will be titled "NWA Special Attraction."

- Samoa Joe was notably hindered in his performance due to his knee injury from last week. It is expected to impact his ring work for at least a few weeks.

- Injury woes continue for the NWA. Chase Stevens suffered an elbow injury due to a botched spot by Wifebeater. This apparently caused some tension between the two. While Stevens isn't expected to miss any time in the ring,
the NWA can't afford to continue to have injuries every week.

- Randy Orton reportedly caused some trouble again this week after picking a fight with Jamie Noble. This is the second week in a row that Orton has caused some problems. Eric Bischoff, while unhappy, is doing what he can to turn Orton into a positive direction.

- Eric Bischoff has reportedly reached out to several talents, male and female. There is expected to be a big influx of talent in the coming weeks.
There will be several new wrestlers making their debut this week on Wrestling Showcase. The card for that show will be below.

- The Shane Twins were hired this week, however, they were released a couple of days later. It's said that the two did not want to work together as a team as they feel they did not mesh well with one another, despite being brothers. This will affect Bischoff's plans involving a tag team division.

- There is expected to be a big debut this week on Wrestling Showcase.

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NWA Women's Championship:
Nora Greenwald vs Trish Stratus vs Lisa Marie Varon vs Jazz vs Mickie James

Horace Hogan vs NOSAWA

Barry Darsow & Wayne Bloom vs The Island Boys (Ekmo Fatu & Kimo)

CM Punk vs Matt Bentley

Bonus: What former champion will be making their debut? Hint - This star has been heavily involved in both the WWF and WCW.
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NWA Women's Championship:
Nora Greenwald vs Trish Stratus vs Lisa Marie Varon vs Jazz vs Mickie James
Probably the best wrestler of the four at this stage of their careers, and is very good at playing a heel for your faces to challenge in future.

Horace Hogan vs NOSAWA
Eric should bury Horace as a message that he isn't going to play favourites like in WCW.

Barry Darsow & Wayne Bloom vs The Island Boys (Ekmo Fatu & Kimo)
Sticking with my standard practice of taking the regular team over those without a tag name.

CM Punk vs Matt Bentley
Punk needs a win to start building the challenge towards Samoa Joe.

Bonus: What former champion will be making their debut? Hint - This star has been heavily involved in both the WWF and WCW. Vader
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Nora Greenwald vs Trish Stratus vs Lisa Marie Varon vs Jazz vs Mickie James

Horace Hogan vs NOSAWA

Barry Darsow & Wayne Bloom vs The Island Boys (Ekmo Fatu & Kimo)
Believe it or not I was a big Island Boys fan before they became 3MW... So I gotta go with them.

CM Punk vs Matt Bentley

Bonus: What former champion will be making their debut? Hint - This star has been heavily involved in both the WWF and WCW.; Ric Flair. WOOOOOO
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Friday Week 1, June 2000
Attendance: 1,813


We're welcomed straight away to this weeks edition of NWA Wrestling Showcase by Todd Keneley and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. Both announcers run down the events that transpired last week where Samoa Joe defeated three other men to become the NWA National Champion and they also highlight the confrontation that took place between NWA Worlds Champion Curt Hennig and Bryan Danielson. For this week, they hype up tonight's match to crown the NWA Women's champion and also the debuts of NOSAWA, Horace Hogan,
and the Island Boys. Before they can get any further into tonight's expectations, some menacing music begins to play and out walks the NWA National Champion.



Joe walks out, who is still sporting heavy tape on his right knee. The brand new National Championship title belt is snugly held to his shoulder as he makes his way to the ring down the short aisle.

Cut the music off.





Last week I came out here and I did exactly what I said I was going to do,
and that's beat three guys to win this title that I have right here! Now,
I didn't have much of a problem defeating them....Hell, one guy has already ran away from the NWA! There is, however, one person I have a problem with, and that's you, Randy Orton!

Ya see, you walk around the NWA with this attitude that you're the next up and coming star in this business just because your daddy got around a few places. Well let me tell you something, Orton.....Your dad had even less ability than you do! You think just because your dad was in this business that you have a free pass. You think you can do what ever you want. You think you can have whatever bad ego you want. You think you're the man...

Well I've got news for you....You're not the man, I'M the man,
and not just because I've got this title belt, but because I say I am!
So, Randy Orton, what I'm challenging for you to do right now, is come down here to this ring, and you prove me wrong!





The crowd buzzes with some excitement at the direct call-out and hopes that they'll get to see some action already. After a brief moment, Orton's music plays and he walks out to the ring.


You think I have an attitude problem?? Joe, you're walking around here with the biggest chip on your shoulder, the biggest ego imaginable! Fact of the matter is, you got lucky last week. You got lucky that Jamie Noble attacked me on the floor last week and kept me from coming in this ring to put an end to you! You think coming out here and calling me out proves that you're a bad ass? Well Joe, I prefer to prove myself by my actions, not by talking! So you go ahead and do something about it!!!

Both men throw their mics down and begin to step toward one another.
The crowd buzzes some more, getting excited for a confrontation. Just as it looks like things are about to explode in the ring, Samoa Joe smiles and shakes his head at Orton. Joe turns to exit the ring, which in turn gets Orton to turn around to play to the crowd. This proved to be Orton's mistake,
taking Joe's bait. Just as Orton turns, Joe drops the title and locks in the Dragon Clutch. Orton flails about, desperately trying to break the hold,
but he can't. Some officials come from the backstage area and finally manage to get Joe off of Orton, but the damage has already been done.
Satisfied with his work, Joe collects his title and backs up the aisle as Orton lays in agony in the ring.



vs
It would be a lie to say that this was an even, competitive matchup.
CM Punk was looking to redeem himself from last week's loss in the National Championship match, especially when he was the one who tapped out.
Bentley tried his best, but CM Punk proved that he is a force to be reckoned with in the NWA.
Winner by pinfall: CM Punk
Rating: E+


vs

This match proved to be a straight up brawl between two tough teams.
Barry Darsow and Wayne Bloom are not from this area and were brought in under a temporary deal, however, both veterans proved why they were in successful tag teams over the years. Both men tagged well together and managed to be an extremely fluid team. They took it to the Island Boys and didn't back down from their intimidating size. Darsow and Bloom utilized several quick tags and took the opportunity to cut the ring in half, keeping Kimo and Fatu separated. Darsow clearly looked like the one in charge of the match. Despite the difference in age, the Island Boys also took charge when Fatu moved out of the way of Darsow charging in the corner. The team showed their power and agility while also showing uncanny speed for big men. The match ended after a top rope splash from Samu onto Bloom.
Winners by pinfall: The Island Boys
Rating: D-
Barry Darsow and Wayne Bloom showed excellent chemistry as tag team partners


The majestic music of the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion hits and out strolls the one and only Curt Hennig. The champion walks out with the title secured firmly around his waist and Bobby Heenan does nothing but sing the praises of Hennig. After Keneley questions his ability to remain impartial,
Heenan gives him a bit of wrestling knowledge and says he used to manage the champion, so of course he's not impartial. Hennig quickly makes his way into the ring and calls for a microphone.

I stepped foot in the NWA not only to give it some legitimacy, but to showcase my talent all across the world!
For years I've been overlooked, I've been underrated, and I've been kept from my true potential for one reason or another! I'll be damned if I let some little punk kid like Bryan Danielson put a blemish on my accolades and my reign as the Worlds Champion! So Mr. Danielson, what you can do right now is march yourself out into this ring and you can tell me what it is you plan on doing!



Bryan Danielson does indeed make his way out, much to the surprise of the champion. Once in the ring, Danielson wastes no time getting to the point.

Curt, I told you last week, I want opportunity. What I plan on doing is earning that opportunity! Not by underhanded tactics, not by smoozing the boss, not by any other way other than earning it! So if I happen to earn that by Special Attraction
or if it's not until some other later event that the NWA's putting on,
then that's what I'm going to do! I've looked up to your ability and emulated your style and have watched you ever since I was a little kid. I have a great deal of respect for you, Curt, and as our Worlds champion, not only do you deserve a challenger that's earned it, but the prestige of that title also deserves it!


- Curt contemplates the words from the challenger for a moment. He puts his hands on his hips and cocks his head to the side while looking out at the crowd. They begin to give a warm response to the words from Danielson.
Hennig nods his head after a second and raises the microphone.

Alright....Alright. I hear you Bryan and as a matter of fact, I agree with you, as shocking as that is! My goal is the resurrect the NWA brand and I think it takes an athlete of my caliber to do so! Not only that, but it also requires great challengers such as yourself to chase after this coveted belt! The fact that you'll never win it doesn't matter so much as it makes everyone know that this championship belt is deserving of some great competitors! The NWA wants to keep things on a professional and civil level, so how about we shake on it!

- Hennig extends his hand for Danielson to shake. He thinks about it for a second, not sure if it's a classic wrestling trap, but eventually goes for it and shakes the hand of Curt Hennig. The crowd eats it up as they enjoy seeing sportsmanship from competitors; something this sport has long since been without. Just as Danielson goes to release the grip and turn away though,
he's pulled back into a vicious clothesline from Hennig. Danielson goes down in a heap and Hennig begins putting the boots to the fallen challenger.
Hennig is relentless on his assault of the younger wrestler until....





WHAT?!?!






This has to be a joke!



- Some very familiar tune begins to play from the speakers. The crowd is in shock at the sound. All eyes, including Curt Hennig's, turn toward the entry way. With the abrupt stop in the assault, Danielson takes the opportunity to roll out of the ring. The sound gets louder from the speakers. The crowd begins to rumble in anticipation. The announce booth tries to guess if it is indeed who they are suspecting, until finally the man steps through the black curtain.














- Rowdy Roddy Piper steps through the curtain and the fans become unglued. Hennig also becomes unglued, but not in the same happiness that the crowd is expressing. Piper slowly steps out into the aisle way as he classically does and stalks towards the ring. Piper has a smirk on his face and Todd Keneley tells fans that no one has seen Roddy Piper in any capacity in almost 2 years. Heenan reminds everyone that Piper left WCW in the summer of 1998 after some quite controversial events. Piper steps in the ring and goes face to face with Curt Hennig, taking a microphone of his own out of his trademark black leather jacket. The music dies down but a deafening chant of PIPER, PIPER erupts from the fans. Piper plays this up a bit before raising the microphone to speak.



Welllllllllllll now!!!! Look who it is,
Mr. Perfect!!! Let me tell ya something Curt Hennig, I hear you want to play Mr. Nice Guy. Right? I hear that you want to give prestige to that world title!
I hear that you wanna come out here in suits and ties and slicked back hair and think that the man makes the title....

Well I got news for ya Curt, the man don't make the title, the title makes the man!!!! You can polish a turd all nice and shiny, but at the end of the day,
a turd's still a turd and you've got a big brown streak down your back!

Now before you go all crazy on me, I'm out here to inform you that there's a new sheriff in town and he goes by the name of Rowdy Roddy Piper!!! I've never backed down from a fight and I'm sure as heck not about to back down from a fight against you.......But I ain't out here to fight ya, I ain't here to wrestle you, I'm simply out here to tell you how things are gonna go!

You can't beat up all the wrestlers every week. You can't come out here and act like you're some kinda God. You might walk around here acting like you're the greatest thing since sliced bread, but I think it's time someone gives you a Reality Check! So Mr. Hennig, I believe it's my duty to give you just that....So you're reality check is that in three weeks time at NWA Special Attraction, the first Pay Per View event of this company, you will be defending that Worlds Heavyweight Championship against Bryan Danielson!



Oh one more thing Curt....If you put your hands un-accosted on Mr. Danielson again between now and then, you'll be stripped of that NWA heavyweight title! Good luck!

Rating: C+
Curt Hennig did not improvise his dialog well


vs
- The crowd were buzzing after that debut of Roddy Piper and confrontation with NWA Champion Curt Hennig. They were ready for this matchup between two competitors they're seeing for the first time; NOSAWA and Horace Hogan. Todd Keneley lets the audience know that he doesn't have much informaton on NOSAWA other than he is a high-flier from Japan. Alternatively, he tells fans that Horace Hogan is indeed the nephew of wrestling legend Hulk Hogan and he's trying to break into the business on his own accord. This matchup shows Horace taking more of a no-nonsense approach, taking every opportunity he can to turn it into his advantage.
NOSAWA plays it more straight in the match which makes things difficult for him to get ahead. All in all, it was a decent match between two guys just feeling out the crowd. Horace Hogan ended up picking up the win after a cheap shot.
Winner by pinfall: Horace Hogan
Rating: D-



NWA Women's Championship
vs vs vs vs

- It's now time for the match that's been hyped up for the last couple of weeks. The crowd were fully amped up for this match and were looking forward to several of the female stars debuting, in addition to crowning the inaugural champion. Jazz right away established her dominance, dropping all the competitors with vicious blows. Varon was the first one to get up and promptly tossed her over the ropes and outside to the floor. Nora Greenwald easily played up the girl-next-door but she was able to hold her own in the ring and wow the fans in the arena and watching at home with some fantastic ring work and even hit a few top rope moves, including one where she dove on all the competitors off the top rope as they all stood down below on the floor. All of the women were able to take a few moments during the match to highlight their talents and show the crowd just who they are.
Trish Stratus had a lot of moments where she looked like she was going to pull off the win, only for it to be thwarted by Mickie James or Varon. Mickie James tried to play it nice but let her vicious streak show when she got into the action. Several hair pulls and scratches found their mark in attempts to gain advantage. Trish Stratus and Greenwald were the recipients of most of that. At one point in the match, Varon hit a great looking Norther Lights suplex. Just as the referee was about to hit the three count Jazz broke up the pin. Just after breaking up the pin, Stratus hit a top rope Thesz press onto Jazz, immediately going for the pin. Nora was just in time to stop that count. James, Jazz, and now Stratus are all down on the mat. Nora thinks she holds the advantage and takes just a second to celebrate. It proves to be just a second too long though because just when she turns, Varon grabs her and hits the Widow's Peak. She goes right in for the pin and gets it!
Winner and the NWA Women's Champion: Lisa Marie Varon
Rating: F+



Overall Show Grade: E+
TV Rating: Less than .01 (7,370 viewers)
This show lost popularity in 2 regions

Thank you to all who participated! I'm a little bummed out by the network losing patience and losing popularity in my shows, but I can only improve! I'm really looking forward to the next few shows because there's been some huge developments and I'm looking forward to them all playing out here!

I will be getting back to the main point of this dynasty and that's providing a new "journal" entry by Bischoff. I've wanted a few other things to take place before doing it though so I had plenty of things to add in it. The first couple of weeks I've just been busy with getting the new promotion set up. There's always going to be new faces showing up, some staying, some only showing once, but it should be fun introducing everyone.
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Looks like I've missed out on some cool stuff here during my absence. I'll definitely be following and predicting as soon as I get caught up.
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BigBad, it's great to see you back! As always, it's been your dynasties that have encouraged me to start my own, though they never live up to the hype that yours have for me! I give you and all the other mainstays all the props because maintaining a dynasty isn't easy.

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Week 2, June 2000


We're just before showtime and I wanted to write down a few thoughts I've had as far as things transpiring over the last couple of weeks.

I've been happy overall with how the shows have gone. It's not easy at all to start a company from scratch, put it on TV, and have to completely re-introduce an entire roster. I didn't even have to do that with WCW. The main players were already there. The company was already established. This.....This entire thing is completely my creation. Sure, Curt was a big deal.
Without him, my job would be even harder. Lucky for me, the Sunshine Network is pretty patient, otherwise they'd have already cancelled our show.
Tonight will be the defining moment. If it doesn't work tonight, we could be at risk of getting dropped. I've got to put absolutely everything I have into this show tonight. I know the roster will deliver. Well....There's one I have my worries about....

Randy Orton has all the tools to become a huge star in this business. I've just got to lead him the right way. I've got to find someone in the locker room that can get his attention. He's been free-falling since getting here.
First Punk, then Noble....I don't want to cut the kid, but I can't keep having to deal with his behavior. On top of that, after last week's show, he came up to me and had the nerve to tell me that Ekmo can't sell and that I should cut him. That was my final nerve. This kid's been in the business for 5 minutes and wants to complain about someone else? Punk happened to overhear Randy's complaint and said out loud that he thinks Ekmo's going to be a future star. While I've never thought Bob was very talented, I'm seriously considering just bringing him in as an agent to try and reel Randy in a bit.
I was hoping Piper could do it some, considering the past history between him and Bob.

Speaking of Roddy, I was really happy that he agreed to work for me again.
We didn't have a very good go of things in WCW. Back in 1998 he had a really rough patch to go through that summer. Hall and Nash were able to cause all kind of grief for him to where he walked out, and I didn't blame him at the time. I was happy that despite all those problems, things never went south between Roddy and me. He was on my sights as soon as I sent my resignation to Turner. He's going to be a pivotal part in getting this company off the ground.

I was hoping Jamie Noble was also going to be a main part, but he had other plans. Just before the show a couple weeks back he decided to sign an exclusive contract with WCW, so he told me he'd be leaving. Had things been different, I may have put the National title on him, but it still gave the rest of the boys in the match a good rub.

It's going to be a lot more challenging than I thought at getting our tag divison set. One thing that did surprise me though was how fantastic Darsow and Bloom worked together. Those two may become regular features on the show. I think the crowd's responded well so far to our rotation of talent.
It does make it somewhat difficult due to constantly introducing new faces,
but it brings it back to the old territory feel. Anyone who shows up could be making a huge impact, and that creates excitement for the fans. One thing I hoped to do more of though was have a better trading relationship with All Japan Women's wrestling. I've approached them and offered several deals for some of their other female talent, but they're not interested. They'll eventually come to regret that decision when our women's division starts taking off. I have all the faith that those women will get heads turning,
and not just because of their looks.

One thing I'm going to have to make sure of, though, is to always make the fans have their heads on a swivel. Just like I did with Nitro, I'm going to have to make them aware that anyone can show up at any time and that they need to always be on the lookout. That's exactly what's going to happen again at tonight's show.
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Friday Week 2, June 2000
Attendance: 1,922
CA Long Beach Grand Ballroom



Before the show can even get rolling with introductions, the theme for CM Punk begins to play. The crowd all look to the entry way to see the video for Punk and some groans emerge from the audience. Punk casually, and confidently,
makes his way down the small ramp and the short aisle, climbing into a ring.
With a microphone in hand, the music dies down and he begins to say what it is he has to say.

Let me just start off by saying;
Two weeks ago there was a match to crown the very first NWA National Champion in this new company. Two weeks ago, that match featured yours truly as well as some other competitors. One other person in that match,
who is now the National Champion, is Samoa Joe. Joe locked me in his submission. I fought like hell to get out of it. Then you had two other guys in the match playing around out on the floor. Randy Orton and Jaime Noble were too preoccupied with one another to climb in the ring and break up the submission.

Now I don't know about Noble.....He's no longer in this company so I can't do a thing to get my revenge on him. But Orton??? You've got to be some sort of moron to waste an opportunity to climb in the ring and break up a submission. He pretty much cost himself the chance at becoming champion.
Randy Orton, all I have to say to you is this; You better watch your back wherever you go because you screwed me out of a chance at winning the title. Don't kid yourself into thinking you could've become the National Champion, because I'm way too good for you to ever beat me. But Orton,
your day's coming and I'm going to make you regret failing at your chance!

The fact that I'm not standing out here tonight with the championship gold around my waist or over my shoulder. I'm the very best this company has to offer and if Eric Bischoff wanted this company to succeed, he'd open his eyes and quit playing games! I am the best and I'll let anyone prove it!


- At just about that time of concluding his speech, some bagpipes begin to play in the arena. The crowd, who's already hyped for Punks promo,
look in anticipation to the entry stage. The one, the only;




The announcers hype up the battle between microphones with CM Punk and Roddy Piper. Bobby Heenan comments that Piper's so good, he can swindle a car dealership salesman and CM Punk could learn a thing or two from him.
No one is really clear on Piper's position within the company yet, so they also hype up the possibility for a match between the two; If CM Punk just issued an open challenge and Piper is now seemingly taking it. No one has to wait long though, because Piper climbs in the ring and begins to address the so-called "Best in the World."

Weeeeelllllllll now!!! Ya know, for such a little guy, you sure have a bunch to say!

I find it a little funny, because in this funny business called wrestling,
I've seen a ton of guys just like you come and go! I've seen guys from all over the world trying to make their mark, claim their territory, pee on the fire hydrant...You name it, I'VE SEEN IT! Heck, there's probably not one thing someone's done that I haven't done myself! You know the difference between the two of us, Punk??


I'VE BEEN A SUCCESS STORY!!!!



There ain't one guy I've gone up against who could say Roddy Piper didn't back up the words coming outta my mouth! And yeah, I may talk a lot,
but fella, I ain't afraid to fight either! But the fact remains, my fightin' days have probably come to an end. I ain't a spring chicken anymore, ya know??What I can do, though, is set you in the right direction! I came out here last week and gave Curt Hennig a Reality Check and tonight I'm going to give you a Reality Check!

So I've been allowed by Eric Bischoff to come out here and let you know that next week....Right here on Wrestling Showcase.....Since you want to run that big mouth of yours and call out to face anyone, you're gonna have just that opportunity! Next week, it's put up or shut up time! Ya know why???
Because next week on this show, you're gonna face ABYSS!

Rating: C
Punk looked dreadful in this segment while Piper came across well.


- Piper drops the microphone down and exits the ring. Punk loses his mind at the match that's been set and the crowd gets excited at the news. Speaking of the monster, that brings us to the first match of the night


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- This match was nothing but a squash as the much smaller Incognito was manhandled by the huge monster Abyss. The cruiserweight tried as much as he could, but could never inflict a heavy blow. In fact, the more Abyss got hit, the more angry he appeared to be. Incognito tried running off the ropes but Abyss caught him with a huge Black Hole Slam and got the convincing 3 count.
Winner by Pinfall: Abyss
Rating: E



- After a short break, cameras catch Randy Orton backstage warming up for an apparent match. While he's loosening up, he's caught on the back of the neck/head with a devastating clothesline. After focusing on the fallen Orton,
the camera pans up to see none other than.....




NWA National Champion Samoa Joe. Joe looks down at Orton, admiring his destruction. After a moment, Joe has a small smirk overcome his face before walking off without muttering a word.
Rating: F+
The feud between Samoa Joe and Randy Orton lost heat from this segment.
Joe seems to be improving his bully gimmick.


- The action doesn't stop following the vicious attack from Samoa Joe onto Randy Orton. Todd Keneley and Bobby Heenan discuss how Joe is a force to be reckoned with and Heenan comments that he doesn't see anyone in the NWA, not just this company, but the entire Alliance, that can take the National title away from Samoa Joe. Suddenly music for another star begins playing that the crowd have become to know;




I thought last week when I came out here to address the NWA Heavyweight Champion Curt Hennig that I was showing respect not only to Curt Hennig, but most importantly to the NWA Heavyweight title itself. I wanted to show to Curt, to Eric Bischoff, and to all the fans that watch this show that there is so much more to this company and the wrestling business than constant disrespect! There's more to wrestling than cheapshots! There's competition to wrestling and I thought of all people, Curt Hennig would understand that! I thought he wanted to turn over a new leaf and showcase his ability.

Some may have thought that made me a pushover, and maybe they're right.
Maybe I shouldn't had expected Curt to have old school values. Maybe I shouldn't have expected him to carry the NWA title with honor and integrity.
Well that's a mistake I won't make a second time! I told Curt that I wanted to earn a title shot, that I didn't demand one or expect one. I want to earn everything I get here in the NWA and I'm not going to be handed anything on a silver platter....But the fact is, I was given a title shot at Special Attraction and I'm going to show Curt Hennig and the rest of the world why I've earned that title shot!


- Danielson finished his speech, but it doesn't appear that he will be leaving.
Music plays over the speakers but it doesn't belong to Bryan Danielson.
Instead, it's the music for the reigning NWA Heavyweight Champion, but he isn't alone.



- Hennig walks out with Horace Hogan. Both men are all smiles as they approach the ring. Danielson is bracing himself for a confrontation but is quickly surrounded by the two men. Hennig gets the attention of Bryan as he begins speaking to him.

Hahaha...That's cute, Bryan, it really is...But just like some other idiot showing up around here, let me give you a.....Reality check...Haha...I've been in this business longer than you've been alive. I'm better at wrestling than you could ever dream. You've got a lotta nerve coming out here and saying what I should or shouldn't be doing.
The only person who's going to be getting a lesson at Special Attraction is you!

In fact....I think I'll go ahead and teach you a lesson right now!


- Bryan didn't even stand a chance. While Hennig was talking, he didn't notice Horace slowly making his way behind him. As soon as Hennig was uttering the words, Horace clocks Bryan on the back of the shoulders with a clubbing clothesline. Bryan crashes to the mat and Hennig and Horace begin putting the boots to the fallen challenger. Heenan exclaims that Danielson is going to be too beat up to compete in the world title match after all the attacks he's received. While the attack is taking place, there seems to be some rumblings from the crowd. Attention is suddenly taken away from what's transpiring in the ring and into the crowd itself. Heads can be seen turning to look at the event and the announcers can only guess what's going on. They don't have to wait long, though, and they can hardly believe what....And who they're seeing. A low crowd rumbling turns into extremely loud cheers as the man is finally seen on camera.














Heenan: What the heck is Lex Luger doing here!!?!?

- They don't have to wonder long, as Luger is coming in from the crowd.
Luger jumps the railing and quickly slides into the ring. Hennig and Horace have their backs to Luger as they're putting the boots to Danielson.
Luger gets to his feet and focuses first to Horace, grabbing him by the pants, spinning him around, and tossing him over the rope to the outside where he crashes down. Hennig notices the interruption out of the corner of his eye and turns to see Luger standing in the ring, now without a shirt on.
Luger flexes at Hennig and yells causing Hennig's eyes to get as big as saucers. Hennig doesn't even challenge Luger and instead bails out of the ring as fast as he can, regrouping with Horace out on the floor, who is now making his way to his feet. The crowd is going crazy as Luger helps Bryan to his feet and checks on him.
Rating: D


vs
- The crowd is hot after the last segment and are looking forward to the next matchup featuring two women that were in last week's women's title match.
These two didn't have a ton of action in last week's match, so most fans were ready to see what these two could showcase. Greenwald showed her excellent in ring ability with some dazzling moves while Jazz showed off her unique power and brute attitude. It wasn't a technical masterpiece by any stretch, mainly due to the lack of skill by Jazz. Greenwald did her best,
but some may think it didn't live up to the hype. Still though, for a beginning women's division, it was a solid matchup and provided exposure to two women who are sure to make an impact. Jazz picked up the win after hitting a particularly brutal looking Powerbomb on Nora.
Winner by pinfall: Jazz
Rating: E-




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- Next we are treated to what the announcers say is an impromptu tag match featuring the NWA Worlds champion Curt Hennig teaming with Horace Hogan to take on the unlikely team of Bryan Danielson and a debuting Lex Luger. The match starts off with Danielson and Horace. Horace uses his strength and height to his advantage over Bryan and uses plenty of power moves. Bryan counters that as best he can with his quickness and stiff kicks.
Bryan did everything he could to get his hands on Hennig and Hennig in turn did his best to avoid both Bryan and Luger. Once Horace got Danielson knocked down, Hennig was quick to tag and attack Danielson. Hennig showed his veteran moves and quickly dismantled the weakened challenger.
Bryan slowly attempted a comeback, only to be cheap shotted by Horace.
This drew Luger into the ring, only to be quickly cut off by the referee.
This distraction allowed vicious double teaming by Hennig and Horace.

Hennig put a battered Danielson in the corner and began chopping him down like a tree, with knife-edged chops ringing throughout the arena. Danielson's chest was becoming beat red as a result. Danielson appeared exhausted in the corner after the team of Horace and Hennig had prevented a tag into Luger so far in this matchup. Hennig goes to the opposite corner and charges in for a clothesline, only for Bryan to roll out of the way. Hennig rebounds out of the corner, staggering, but can't keep Bryan from getting the hot tag to Luger, who's still dressed in his jeans and clearly didn't expect to wrestle here tonight. The crowd blows up as the tag is made into Luger. Hennig tries to beg off The Total Package as he again flexes in the direction of the Worlds champion. Hennig backtracks to his corner where he quickly tags an unsuspecting Horace. Horace looks confused as Hennig bails out of the ring and retreats up the ramp. Luger grabs Horace, who's still outside on the apron and flips him inside over the top rope. Horace gets back to his feet only to meet a clothesline.






Another clothesline.









Another clothesline.








Luger then goes to the corner and is tapping his forearm, calling for the signature move. Horace staggers to his feet and Luger rushes in, hitting the forearm. By the time Luger gets back to his feet, the crowd are already anticipating what's next; The Torture Rack. The crowd go along with Luger as he makes the motion for it. Luger leans over and picks up Horace, putting him in the rack. He only cinches it down a couple of times before Horace is screaming and flailing his arms telling the referee to end it. The bell rings and Luger drops Horace, who painfully rolls to the outside. Inside the ring,
Danielson and Luger celebrate their win as this huge main event and show come to a close.
Winners by submission: Lex Luger and Bryan Danielson
Rating: C-

Overall Show Grade: D+
TV Rating: .01 (8,010 viewers)
This Show increased our popularity in 2 regions

Bryan Danielson was used too much on this show



I hope you guys like the show. I apologize that I couldn't do predictions for this week. I tossed up how to do it, but my show is only 1 hour long and it wouldn't look right if I was only hyping 2 matches. There was no way I could hype the main event effectively without giving Luger's debut away. I should get back to predictions for the next show. I have all the news and notes from around the wrestling world to follow!
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“Another clothesline”

Not sure why, but that cracked me up. Loving what you’re doing so far.
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This diary has been completely unlike anything I've ever read on here so far, and I quite like it. The only complaint I have is that sometimes it's not clear who's a face and who's a heel. Hopefully, you can upload a roster page that will make stuff like that clear.
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I appreciate the feedback! I was hoping to put across the redundancy of Lex Luger's moves, so apparently that worked! I'm not very good at writing up long, detailed match descriptions, so I try to get the main parts of the match put in leading up to the ending. Hopefully that's just enough to paint a picture as far as what's going on in the ring.

As far as posting a roster, I've tossed that idea around and ultimately decided against it, and here's a few reasons why;

My company is only regional and has an extremely small roster, just enough to avoid me getting a penalty every show. I plan on keeping it that way as long as I can.

I want to incorporate new wrestlers on a regular basis and run a design much like the NWA did back in the 80's, which saw many workers come and go and work territories. My company will maintain a group of workers but I always want people wondering who's going to show up next. Some may be bigger names, others may be unknowns, but I always want people guessing. As long as I'm in the actual alliance, this will be a regular as I'm constantly loaning and trading workers with other companies.

I have no idea how long Curt Hennig is going to be NWA champion. The AI is also constantly booking Hennig on other shows, so I hope they don't have him lose it to another guy like Billy Two Eagles.

I'm hoping that my writing will explain who is face and heel. I know there will be a period of time to get this clear as I've got to introduce everyone to my roster. While some of these names are well known now, at the time of this game, all these guys are nobodies. Hopefully in the next couple of weeks (in-game wise) it will become much more clear who is face and who's heel.

I plan on posting the next card here soon for predictions!
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Plenty of news and notes to catch up on since last week's NWA Wrestling Showcase! Keep in mind most of this information are rumors, however,
we are told it's from a very reputable source within the company.

- Paul Roma was apparently backstage for Showcase but for whatever reason, wasn't used on camera. We aren't sure if he was strictly there in a backstage capacity but the rumor going around was that he was going to work a match but it was scrapped at the last minute.

- There apparently was some major backstage heat on Randy Orton for his selfish behavior. This is a huge concern for Eric Bischoff because while the company does have high hopes for the talented performer, they can't continue to put up with issues week after week from him. At this time it isn't known how they will go about solving this problem but one option is supposedly bringing in his father, Bob Orton, to try and cool down the younger one.

- Speaking of Randy, this is currently really affecting plans for him within the company and his apparent feud with NWA National Champion Samoa Joe.
Fans are getting rather confused who they are supposed to support in this feud. Orton comes off as a natural heel which is reportedly not want Eric Bischoff and the NWA want at this time. It's unknown how this will play out.

- Before the show this week, Eric Bischoff reportedly sat down with Roddy Piper and Horace Hogan. These two are said to not have gotten along at all,
which was events stemming from their WCW days. All reports indicate that the meeting went extremely well and that the original hostility was a huge misunderstanding on Horace's part. He had just gotten into WCW and was told some really bad rumors from bad influences. Horace and Piper had a good talk and things are reportedly much better between them now.

- Bryan Danielson was in the talk quite a bit this week. Some fans came out of the show thinking he was used too much. Others, including road agent Dwayne Bruce aka "The Sarge" said after the show that Danielson is a "star in the making" and has the potential to make the NWA "serious money."

- The debut of Lex Luger was very tight lipped and the only person who knew was the person who signed him - Eric Bischoff. For those unfamiliar with Luger in the recent years, Bischoff and Luger became friends during his last run in WCW. Bischoff had earned a reputation in the last couple of years of resurrecting former well-known stars and getting them back to their former glory before they retired. Bischoff is most known to successfully do this with Vader and Luger. Luger's last run in WCW, while very successful, was abruptly cut short due to a bad drug test that resulted in immediate termination. Lex Luger took this exceptionally well, though, and is reported to have turned his habits around as such. Luger's new-found attitude impressed Eric Bischoff so much that close friends found this signing no surprise, as Luger was a huge target for Bischoff to aquire. Everyone was extremely surprised, though, to see Luger accept a deal for such a smaller company, even though he is making a very lucrative per-show deal.

- There are expected to be more big names to follow Roddy Piper and Lex Luger's debuts in the NWA. We've also learned that while Bischoff is planning a "rotation" of stars, neither of the aforementioned names are expected to be short-term.

- Expect the women's division to be a focal point of the NWA. There are several more stars expected to debut and Eric Bischoff is feverishly working to get a working deal in place with All Japan Women's Wrestling. Word is
that All Japan is being very strict with who they're willing to trade their talent for.

- Sunshine Network and NWA staff are extremely happy with this week's NWA Wrestling Showcase. Viewership was also the best it's been since the first episode aired.


For a few notes from the rest of the wrestling world;

- The WCW Nitro main event featured Buff Bagwell vs Ric Flair. This is notable because the match was stopped after Bagwell suffered an injury while attempting a Buff Blockbuster. Bagwell landed awkwardly on his neck which caused great concern given his prior neck injury. Medical reports confirmed that he suffered a broken neck and will be out for over a year. This comes as a huge blow for Bagwell as he has gained a cult-like following over the last year and has been putting on consistently good matches.

- Triple H has been getting some heat backstage after a radio interview he had where he completely went off about Vince Russo. We're told from backstage WWF sources that this has caused a huge rift between the two to the point they can't even be in the same room together.


We have this weeks NWA Wrestling Showcase card!


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Abyss vs CM Punk

Lex Luger vs Horace Hogan

NWA Women's Championship
Allison Danger vs Lisa Marie Varon (c)

The Island Boys vs Big Dick Dudley & Ballz Mahoney
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Abyss vs CM Punk

Lex Luger vs Horace Hogan

NWA Women's Championship
Allison Danger vs Lisa Marie Varon (c)

The Island Boys vs Big Dick Dudley & Ballz Mahoney
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Abyss vs CM Punk

Lex Luger vs Horace Hogan

NWA Women's Championship
Allison Danger vs Lisa Marie Varon (c)

The Island Boys vs Big Dick Dudley & Ballz Mahoney

I think I've said it before, I have an odd-like for Kimo and Ekmo. Island Boys to the moon. Always have enjoyed Abyss too.
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