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I'm really excited about this - for those of you who aren't familiar with MLWA, they're a fed in the AMAZING From The Depths mod by jhd1 and MJStark, which I'm absolutely loving. I'm trying a 'new' writing style, and by 'new' I mean 'heavily inspired by Self's awesome diaries and by tips he, and others, wrote in the tip thread from many years ago'.

I'm going to do a roster post with the basic sizes/styles/gimmicks since I'm assuming characters will be unfamiliar to a large proportion of readers (although, seriously, go download the mod, it's incredible!) After that, things will be pretty much solely 'as seen on TV' apart from a brief notes post after each show with a quick run down of notable stuff in the matches, along with grades.

Also my wife, who I don't think has ever seen a wrestling match (despite my efforts!) is suddenly super into TEW, mainly as a result of me reading stuff out from CGC 2019: The Show Must Go On and has decided she has creative control over this one. Any REALLY weird decisions can probably be blamed on her.

Oh, as for the fed itself - it's a Cult level Canadian fed, by far the biggest of the five companies in Canada. Nearest competitors in this country are regional-level Association de Lutte Pro de Quebec, but realistically, there's far more danger from the International Wrestling Federation, the 14-year-old American upstart. Since its founding in 1977 (database is set in 1991) it's destroyed the territorial system and with their TV shows and events already being shown in Canada rumour has it they're turning their sights to the north.

Product is Key: Mainstream, Heavy: Traditional, Medium: Comedy.
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Roster Rundown (Faces in blue, heels in red)

Main Eventers

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Alex Cavallo (40-year-old Big Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Fan Favourite
Current MLWA World Heavyweight Champion. (4th reign)

Andrew Miles (40-year-old Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Old School Face
Former two-time MLWA Canadian Television Champion.
Former four-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Big Chief Tahoe (49-year-old Big Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Native American
Former MLWA World Heavyweight Champion.
Former MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Le Puma Canadien (39-year-old Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Patriot
Former three-time MLWA World Heavyweight Champion.
Former two-time MLWA Canadian Television Champion.

Rip Bella (26-year-old Big Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Fan Favourite
Former MLWA World Heavyweight Champion.
Former MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

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Alvin Lockleah (40-year-old Middleweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Bitter Veteran
Former MLWA World Heavyweight Champion.

Nikolai Zhukov (38-year-old Light Heavyweight Brawler)
Gimmick: Comrade Brute
Former five-time MLWA World Heavyweight Champion.

Pasqual Grenier (37-year-old Middleweight Regular Wrestler)
Former two-time MLWA World Heavyweight Champion.
Former three-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.


Upper Midcarders


Chief Joshua Silverbow (37-year-old Middleweight Regular Wrestler)

Gimmick: Native American
Former MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Ulysses Savatier (33-year-old Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Old School Face
Current MLWA Canadian Television Champion. (6th reign)



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Hank Tanner (27-year-old Middleweight Entertainer)
Gimmick: Prima Donna
Former two-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Keith Banks (32-year-old Middleweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Arrogant Heel
Former two-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Kevin Kyle (26-year-old Middleweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Prima Donna
Former two-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Nathan Radd (34-year-old Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Bad Ass
Former two-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Stefan Pernier (43-year-old Middleweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Evil Foreigner

Former three-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

The Sniper (39-year-old Light Heavyweight Technician)
Gimmick: Armed Forces
Former MLWA World Heavyweight Champion.
Former MLWA Canadian Television Champion.


Midcarders



Ben Coldridge (29-year-old Lightweight Cruiserweight)
Gimmick: Old School Face

Canadian Youth (22-year-old Light Heavyweight Technician)
Gimmick: Patriot

Eddie Noel (25-year-old Lightweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Teen Idol

Evolution (45-year-old Middleweight Brawler)
Gimmick: Weirdo
Former MLWA Canadian Television Champion.

Joel Gethin Jr (32-year-old Middleweight Technician)
Gimmick: Old School Face
Former four-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Lewis Montegue (29-year-old Light Heavyweight Technician)
Gimmick: Old School Face
Former four-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Michelle Aubrey (26-year-old Middleweight Technician)
Gimmick: Fan Favourite
Former four-time MLWA World Tag Team Champion.

Shaun Jones (27-year-old Middleweight Entertainer)
Gimmick: Blue Chipper



Dick Montgomery (45-year-old Light Heavyweight Technician)
Gimmick: Gentleman
Former MLWA World Heavyweight Champion

Hassan (36-year-old Heavyweight Brawler)
Gimmick: Evil Foreigner


Robbie McKay (24-year-old Middleweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Scottish Firebrand


Managers

Angelo Esposito (62-year-old Middleweight)
Gimmick: Beloved Veteran
Client: Alex Cavallo

David Davis (31-year-old Small)
Gimmick: Cool
Client: Rip Bella
Son of Perry Davis

Perry Davis (52-year-old Lightweight)
Gimmick: The Brain
Clients: Nikolai Zhukov, Pasqual Grenier, Stefan Pernier
Father of David Davis

Gulam Singh (50-year-old Middleweight)
Gimmick: Royalty
Client: The Sniper

Others

Jacob Tribeck (19-year-old Lightweight Cruiserweight)
Gimmick: Blue Chipper

Jez Matthews (23-year-old Small Cruiserweight)
Gimmick: Underdog

Dante Graham (32-year-old Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Old School Heel
Former MLWA World Tag Team Champion
Twin brother of Homer Graham

Henry Kraven (34-year-old Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Old School Heel

Homer Graham (32-year-old Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Old School Heel
Former MLWA World Tag Team Champion
Twin brother of Dante Graham

Mickey Mule (35-year-old Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler)
Gimmick: Enhancement Talent

Rick Roach (36-year-old Middleweight Brawler)
Gimmick: Punk

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Chief Tahoe and Chief Silverbow (former MLWA Tag Team Champions)


Le Puma and Canadian Youth


The Medicine Men: Joel Gethin Jr and Lewis Montague (current MLWA Tag Team Champions, 4th reign)


Nathan Radd and Keith Banks (former two-time MLWA Tag Team Champions)


The Dyna-Mights: Kevin Kyle and Hank Tanner (former two-time MLWA Tag Team Champions)


The Foreign Legion: Pasqual Grenier and Stefan Pernier (former three-time MLWA Tag Team Champions)


The Graham Twins: Dante Graham and Homer Graham (former MLWA Tag Team Champions)



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World Heavyweight Champion: Alex Cavallo (4th reign)







World Tag Team Champions: The Medicine Men: Joel Gethin Jr and Lewis Montague (4th reign)







Canadian Television Champion: Ulysses Savatier (6th reign)



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Tune in to MLWA Canadian Wrestling for the fall-out from last week's incredible Canadian Classic! We'll hear from Rip Bella, who shockingly lost to Nikolai Zhukov, and from Zhukov's no-doubt unbearably smug manager Perry Davis. We'll see the tag team titles up for grabs as The Medicine Men defend against former champions Nathan Radd and Keith Banks. And in a rare solo outing on TV for World Heavyweight champion Alex Cavallo, he'll issue a non-title open challenge - who will accept?

Okay, so I'm not doing full previews or predictions. But I'm going to try asking a question each time for people to answer if they want.

So, question 1. Of the pictured superstars in the roster round-up post, who would you most like to see a feature about on an upcoming show? (I have shows 1 and 2 done but will work someone's choice into one in the near-future.)

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Man this looks amazing. Loving the roster and backstory. I have tried the mod out, is there a lot of workers and future debuts? Is it mostly complete?
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Of the pictured superstars in the roster round-up post, who would you most like to see a feature about on an upcoming show?
Obviously Rip Bella. But I'd love to see Robbie McKay feature.

Are you taking odds on how long it takes for Jefferson Spitfire to make his debut?
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Good start. I think on something like this you go with the biggest star (i.e. the champ) or the guy who has massive momentum and will be a focus going forward.

Zhukov or Cavallo for me.
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Also my wife, who I don't think has ever seen a wrestling match (despite my efforts!) is suddenly super into TEW, mainly as a result of me reading stuff out from CGC 2019: The Show Must Go On and has decided she has creative control over this one. Any REALLY weird decisions can probably be blamed on her.
I'm very excited for this as well. TEW has helped my wife get into wrestling too! She now occasionally makes graphics and stuff for my diaries because she's gotten into it so much (she's the one who made all of the poster templates for The Climb and all of the graphics for FCW.
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Thanks for all the comments so far, everyone!

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I'm very excited for this as well. TEW has helped my wife get into wrestling too! She now occasionally makes graphics and stuff for my diaries because she's gotten into it so much (she's the one who made all of the poster templates for The Climb and all of the graphics for FCW.
Awesome! And she does an amazing job.

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Good start. I think on something like this you go with the biggest star (i.e. the champ) or the guy who has massive momentum and will be a focus going forward.

Zhukov or Cavallo for me.
Agreed - Cavallo is first episode. (Edit: Oops, actually second.)


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Man this looks amazing. Loving the roster and backstory. I have tried the mod out, is there a lot of workers and future debuts? Is it mostly complete?
34 promotions, 1669 workers active at start and 1856 altogether, so a decent amount yet to debut! It's my first game playing with it but it's AMAZING so far.

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Of the pictured superstars in the roster round-up post, who would you most like to see a feature about on an upcoming show?
Obviously Rip Bella. But I'd love to see Robbie McKay feature.

Are you taking odds on how long it takes for Jefferson Spitfire to make his debut?
I haven't been scouting other guys that much (there are 4 I'm bringing in over the next few months, but the aim is to work closely with the current roster) but just checked out Spitfire who looks GREAT - thanks!

Show to follow tomorrow, I think...

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Looks very interesting even if Iím unfamiliar with the mod your using. I will go go see if I can find the Mod post and hopefully it has a working link. I think itís great your wife is involved with it too. Itís always fun to see a new spin on things.
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Looks interesting, lovely take with the graphics gives it a unique look and feel.
Will have to check out the mod again myself
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MLWA Canadian Wrestling
Sat, Week 1, June 1991
The Garfield Centre, Ontario
Attendance: 2000 SELL-OUT
Shown on Newbury National Network






Wyatt Mireault: Welcome, fans! I'm Wyatt Mireault, this is my broadcast partner Archie Morris; we’re here at MLWA Canadian Wrestling and we have all the fall-out from last week’s MLWA Canadian Classic for you!

Archie Morris: That’s right! Rip Bella and Perry Davis will BOTH speak on the outcome of Bella’s match with Nikolai Zhukov. In addition, we have a rare solo appearance from Alex Cavallo, who defended his World Championship title against The Sniper, and has said he’ll issue an open challenge for a non-title match in our main event, and RIGHT NOW Nathan Radd and Keith Banks cash in the Tag title shot they won last week.

WM: Hold that thought! We’ve got that match coming very soon, but it looks like Rip Bella is ready to speak first!


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[Huge pop from the crowd as Rip Bella, looking furious, storms down to the ring mic in hand.]


Bella: ZHUKOV! I been better than you every time we met, Zhukov, until last night! I done pinned you in tag matches, I done pinned you in six mans, I done pinned you in three-ways and four-ways! And then last night, in our first one on one match for years, you pinned me.

But you couldn’t do it clean, could you, Zhukov? You only pinned me because I was checking on David, after that lowdown dirty rat Perry Davis popped him between the legs! What kind of a daddy does that to his own son? Perry Davis, don’t you want grandchildren?

Zhukov, you may have won last night, but this one isn’t over. I been better than you for months, you dirty rat, and I’m gonna prove it one on one just as soon as you’re man enough to face me again!



THE MEDICINE MEN vs NATHAN RADD and KEITH BANKS

WM: The Medicine Men coming off a win last night, much to the fans’ delight.

AM: You’re a poet, and you don’t know it, Wyatt! Radd and Banks are a tough prospect though, they’ve held the belts twice already in their MLWA careers.

The champions start this one off strongly, using their many years of experience together to isolate Banks and work him over with technical wizardry, focusing their attacks on his right leg. It’s a strategy which looks sound until Nathan Radd, picking his timing perfectly, slips into the ring and blindsides Montegue with a knee to the back. Banks takes full advantage to gain the momentum, and now it’s the challengers’ turn to showcase their vast experience together. Quick tags-a-plenty follow, along with a lot of borderline legal tactics, and for a while they seem to have control. But Montegue capitalises on a mistake as they go for a double clothesline, and makes the hot tag! Joel Gethin Jr is in like a house on fire! European uppercuts-a-go-go, and he looks dominant, but eventually Radd fights back. From there, it’s an even bout, which could go either way, but eventually Radd drops Gethin with a DDT, tags out to Banks, and the challengers hit their spiked piledriver finisher. Montegue’s attempted save is cut off by Radd, and we have new champions!

Winners and NEW Tag Team Champions: NATHAN RADD AND KEITH BANKS!


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Profile: Alvin Lockleah

V/O: Alvin Lockleah could be said to be one of the greatest wrestlers in the world today. Over the course of his 23-year career, Lockleah has had more 5-star matches than just about anyone else in North American wrestling currently active.

Alex Cavallo: Do I like the guy? Not now, no. Do I think that anytime he gets in the ring, it’s going to be a good match? Yeah, for sure.

But Lockleah doesn’t care about 5-star matches. Lockleah wants to win titles. And that 23-year career has seen very few of them. Only 3, and his shock World Heavyweight title win on the day he debuted in MLWA as a mystery opponent for Nikolai Zhukov was meant – in his eyes – to be his big chance to dominate a federation.

Angelo Esposito: Yeah, when we got the opportunity to pick an opponent for Zhukov, we kept trying to decided who to go for, you know. And we thought hey, we’ll surprise him. I mean, you could say that worked too well for us…

Things started well for Lockleah. Alex Cavallo and Angelo Esposito brought him in as a ‘pick your poison’ opponent for Zhukov, and he sensationally won the title rather than just weakening the Russian. He’d defend against Cavallo in arguably last year’s match of the year in MLWA, and the fans responded warmly to him, especially when The Boss raised his hand and applauded him.

Then Rip Bella happened.

Rip Bella: Lockleah! I done thought he was a cool guy, but I was wrong! He was another rat! Even worse, he was a rat in sheep’s clothing! The way he beat on me after I took his title… but he couldn’t take it back, could he? There ain’t no rat that can get the better of Rip Bella, y’all see!

Bella won the title from Lockleah in a shockingly quick match last July. After the match, Lockleah grabbed the belt and looked like he was going to present it to the new champion – only to smash it into his face. The fans booed, Bella was furious, and Lockleah came up short in the rematch.

Lockleah hasn’t been back in the World title picture since. Sure, he’s had some great matches. But he’s made it clear he’d trade all the praise he gets for his wrestling ability for one more shot at that World belt, now held by Alex Cavallo. If he gets it, then he’s going to do anything it takes to win it back, and hold it for longer this time.




ULYSSES SAVATIER vs STEFAN PERNIER

WM: Pernier getting a shot at the TV title may seem surprising, as he’s more known for his tag prowess, but there’s getting to be few people outside the main event who Savatier hasn’t already beaten in this 7 month reign as champion!

AM: You have to wonder how Savatier does it! It’s his sixth reign with the TV title, and somehow they keep getting better and better.

After Pernier’s manager Perry Davis does his usual opening spiel of using his giant protractor to measure the angle between the mat and the top rope to check it falls under Canadian wrestling guidelines, Savatier opens this up with some hard right hands. Pernier struggles and resorts to cheating tactics; barely a surprise for one of Davis’s charges but it’s even more blatant than usual. At one point, Davis leaps to the ring apron and pokes Savatier in the back with that trusty protractor, stopping his momentum. Referee Martin Belfolk gives him a warning but he continues to interfere whenever possible, and at one point Savatier has to ask the ref NOT to throw this one out, saying he wants the pinfall victory. As Savatier, Belfolk and Davis argue, Pernier sneaks up behind the champion and rolls him up – only for Savatier to roll through and get the three count to defend.

Winner and STILL Television champion: ULYSSES SAVATIER!


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Post-match, Pernier shows himself to be a sore loser, attacking Savatier, and tag partner Pasqual Grenier heads down to join in. Even Davis gets in a few quick kicks, until the cavalry arrive, in the form of Rip Bella and Michelle Audrey! The team formerly known as The Super Maniacs, prior to Bella’s massive push which has left Audrey somewhat by the wayside, are out together and chase off the heels.

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McKay: Ah always say, ah’m nae a man fer bitchin’ and whinin’. But ye’re aff yer heid if ye think dunderheads like Canadian Youth, Jez Matthews and Michelle Aubrey deserved to be rasslin' on the Canadian Classic show while yer man Robbie McKay was sat down watching! Ah ken more about rasslin' than any of those wee scunners have ever kenned in their life, so ah widnae be in my right mind if I wasnae ready to kick off aboot it! So here’s what ah’m gonna do aboot it. Ah’m gonna challenge any of those three, come on down next week, and ah’ll kick yer wee backside. That’s what ah’m thinking. And if yis doesnae like it, awa’ and bile yer heid!


EVOLUTION vs DANTE GRAHAM

WM: Evolution has been conspicuous by his absence recently, while the Graham Twins came up short in tag action yesterday as they challenged for The Medicine Men’s titles.

AM: Couldn’t have happened to a nicer pair of guys, Wyatt. After the way they cheated their way into the number one contenders match, then benefitted from some very slow counts in that match, I’m glad they didn’t get the belts.

WM: I agree with you there, Archie. Speaking of slow counts, Leroy Myers, who refereed the match you referred to, is in charge here as well.

Evolution – the green faced maniac from a lost tribe – starts this one strongly, with a ton of prehistoric punches leaving Graham reeling. A blatant eyepoke from Graham is seen by virtually everyone in Ontario, the exception being referee Leroy Myers, who claims to have missed it completely as Evolution screams in his broken English at him while selling the damage. With his opponent unable to see, Graham takes over with a vicious beatdown, only for Evolution to gain control back again when he reverses a piledriver attempt with a huge backdrop. The fans cheer as Evolution takes over, but he accidentally catches Myers with a Caveman Clothesline after Graham ducks. Myers hits the ground so hard that his wooden right hand falls off, and as Evolution checks on him, Graham picks up the prosthesis and clocks his opponent with it. A groggy Myers comes around and makes the count, using his left hand, before picking his right hand up and putting it back in.

Winner: DANTE GRAHAM!
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Perry: Last week, the fraudulent heroes of the MLWA lined up to try and stop us. And they failed! My lamentable miscreant of a son couldn’t stop us… Those two blundering chiefs couldn’t stop us… and even the apparently transcendent Rip Bella, supposedly the future of MLWA, couldn’t stop us. In just a few hours we took one colossal step closer to getting the tag titles, a stupendous step closer to the World title, and if we had one more exceptional specimen of virility like the three men in our corner, you have to know that we’d be coming for the Television title too… not with a languorous attempt like Stefan Grenier’s earlier, but with the single-minded focus with which we apply ourselves to our most important goals.

[A long, long, pause.]

In fact, why wait? Next week, we will debut the fourth in our incomparable assemblage. This syndicate will be completed with the arrival of the final member of our quartet, yet another peerless competitor in a federation already far inferior to us. Because I am the most magnificent manager in professional wrestling, my men are the most exceptional talent available, and the rest of you are humble peons who should prostrate yourselves before us.
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Alex: Last week, I fought The Sniper, in an all-out war. Kind of appropriate, when you think about it. Sniper, I’m gonna give you credit. People told me that I had that match in the bag, that you were a dreamer fantasising about dress-up games, that you weren’t in my league. But I knew that wasn’t the case.

Sniper, underneath that make-up, I believe you’re very much in my league. But you’re not quite at the top of it. You know why? Because The Boss is at the top. And are you The Boss?

[He shakes his head.]

I don’t think so… but let’s check. WHO’S THE BOSS?

[He raises his mic to the crowd, who respond rapturously “YOU’RE THE BOSS.]

That’s what I thought.

Sniper, you gave me a great battle last night, and as far as I’m concerned, you want another shot in the future, I’d be glad to give you one. But who’s next in line? I have to be honest, I don’t know. But I do want some action. So while the top brass won’t let me put the title on the line tonight, unfortunately, they HAVE said I can issue this open challenge. Anyone want to skip to the top of the queue for a shot? If you think you have what it takes to beat The Boss, come on down!

Familiar music plays, and out walks Le Puma Canadien!
Cavallo: You want a shot, my friend? For someone as decorated as you, I’d say you can probably get to the top of the queue just by asking, but if you want to go for it right here, let’s give this crowd something spectacular to see!

Puma: Mon frere, you flatter me. But I ask not for moi. No, my young friend Canadian Youth wants to get in the ring with his idol. So what do you say, Alex?

Cavallo: Let’s do this!

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ALEX CAVALLO vs CANADIAN YOUTH

WM: It’s always great to see The Boss in action, and since he won the title, the guys in charge here have generally had him wrestling in tag action when he DOES fight on TV. A singles match here is a rare treat for both us AND the fans.

AM: Alex Cavallo is a legend of the sport, no doubt, and I love watching him. But I have to say, Canadian Youth has REALLY impressed me recently despite his loss last night. This kid could go a long, long way.


In marked contrast to the other matches seen tonight, this is conducted in a respectful spirit. We start off with a collar and elbow tie-up, which Cavallo wins, then the pair both get to hit some nice moves as Puma and Cavallo’s manager Angelo Esposito applaud on the outside. Youth takes control with a huge enziguri and there’s a couple of moments where the crowd seem to believe he could win this one, but Cavallo regains the upper hand when he reverses a submission hold attempt to end up on top. From there, he goes for an Irish whip, which Youth reverses…

“You don’t want to do that to Alex Cavallo!”, chimes in Archie Morris, and Cavallo shows why. He leaps to the second turnbuckle, and yells to the crowd “WHO’S THE BOSS?” As the dutiful reply “YOU’RE THE BOSS!” roars back, Cavallo hurls himself off and meets the charging Youth with a flying double axhandle. Youth staggers backwards, and falls victim to a leg sweep. From there, the story’s a familiar one to all MLWA fans. Elbow drop to the gut! Another to the head! Cavallo picks his opponent up – kick to the gut! JUMPING PILEDRIVER! One, two, THREE. The Boss wins yet again.

Winner: ALEX CAVALLO!


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Post-match, Le Puma Canadien comes into the ring and both he and Canadian Youth raise Cavallo's hand in celebration, as the crowd applauds the three men.
AM: That's all from us tonight, fans! But check back next week...

WM: Indeed! Perry Davis has promised he'll have a new man joining his stable, Robbie McKay's challenge has been issued to any of three people, and we're just hearing that there'll be an announcement about the World Championship match at Cage Match Clash in a little over five weeks' time! For a sneak preview of that announcement, you can call the MLWA Wrestling Hotline! See you next week, folks!



Feedback would be very welcome! Also, two questions.

What was your favourite promo?

What do you think the announcement about the World Championship match will be>

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