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I still remember 1998. Titanic was everywhere, including the charts with Celine Dion's "My heart will go on". If it wasn't that, some lovestruck teenagers were making out to "I don't wanna miss a thing". As for myself, I was dancing, badly, to Jason Nevins' remix of "It's like that" as I made my way to the ring for my first match with a 'name' promotion. Back then I was just a comedy wrestler trying to get a break in the business. Went by the name of E.M.M. Moe, some kid caught in the whole mixed martial arts trend that was sweeping the world and thought he could kick anyone's ass only for CZCW's masked aerialists to shut him down with flips galore. That ways way before the days of Frankie Perez and his kind, Coastal Zone was as lucha as they came. I was the closest thing to a brawling rudo way in over his head, there to learn and pay my dues as I made the others look good.

That went on for eight years no less, as I toiled to make a name for myself. Sure, I added some high flying moves to my arsenal, but without a mask, CZCW fans just wouldn't take me in proper. So instead of trying to please them, I thought I'd go full heel and play at my true feelings as my new character, the crazed anarchist Citizen X. The thing caught on like wildfire. I was the hardcore hero who'd destroy the nimble aerialists and fans would hate me for it. People said I should be with DAVE but this was a year before they went bankrupt and the signs were there already, so I opted to join MAW instead. They were pretty new so I could be the big fish in a small pond and to be honest, I wanted my share of the spotlight. I'd spent nearly a decade as a nobody with a major indy promotion, I wanted to hold a title at last. A singles title, not the tag belts CZCW put on me and Insane Machine as a final attempt to keep me in the fold. Rip Chord's name value alone would be enough to help me move to a bigger promotion sooner or later anyway and working with a legend of the industry is always a good thing.

It only took a couple of years before I won MAW's main title and even after I dropped it, I remained a key player for them, whether as a contender or holding the midcard title around 2011-2012. For six long years, I was waiting for my break.


Enter this ****tard

What I got was a man that would break my neck. It was January 2014, the annual Rip Chord Invitational, a tournament supposed to pit the best of the U.S. Indy scene against each other. "Best" might be an overstatement, as NYCW chose to send the Masked Mauler out of all people to represent them. What I got for the new year was a forgettable match, a botched powerbomb and a massive concussion.

I spent almost two years on the sidelines after that. I knew I'd never wrestle again and even that was a dark period in my life, it gave me the time to think things through. I wasn't done with the business. I could still rock the mic and I had plenty of ideas I never got to try while still an active wrestler. But the offer came completely out of left field.


Hell hath no fury like a man with a grudge and the cash to see it through

I was expecting Pittsburgh Steel Wrestling to try and bring me in once I'd resurfaced. They were running on DAVE nostalgia anyway and apparently there was money to be made off the dreams fans had about a parallel universe in which I'd left CZCW for DAVE instead instead of MAW. Maybe Cliff Anderson would want to bring me back to the place I started as a mouthpiece for younger talent. But it was Grimm who reached out first and the numbers that came with his offer made it one I couldn't refuse.

Grimm was one of Insane Pro Wrestling's founding "Holy Trinity". Gil Thomas put in the money, Nemesis put in the brains and hardcore experience with DAVE, while Grimm brought the starpower and media exposure. Being one of the most successful West Coast rappers of all time, Grimm had decided to scratch the itch of his inner wrestling fan while making cross-platform gains as the shows were being held at his Warehouse club. Thing is, Grimm had no clue of how the wrestling business works. All he know was the rap game and the streets of L.A. he grew up in. He thought he knew better than Nemesis, he thought he didn't need Thomas' money, he thought he could force his ideas with thugs and bullets. So of course, they threw him out and kept on stomping. Grimm did what every rapper would do: he made a hit single diss song and then set out to beat his rivals at their own game. Thus, Grimm SoCal Wrestling was born.


Even the logo looks like a gangsta rap album cover

Of course, Grimm had no idea how to run a promotion, but he sure had an idea of what he wanted it to be like. So he needed a booker. Someone who'd do the work for him, but still be at a level below him so he could have the final say. A man who knew hardcore wrestling and the California scene, even if his only "hood credentials" were having entered the ring dancing badly to a remix of a Run DMC classic.


That man was me

I debuted as the "Executive Consultant" of the Long Beach Crew, a tag team made of their midcard GSW West Coast champion Aces High and his promising partner Cali Slick. Not that they needed a mouthpiece, both were good at that and much better than I'll ever be at talking in a way the GSW audience could relate to. What they needed was a mastermind to guide them and I was just that, distracting the referee just long enough for Aces High to hit the ring and help Slick beat then GSW American champion, Busta Capp.

Not a bad start. But then they gave me the book and a few impossible goals.

Why do I even bother? Because I'm stubborn and I love this business, that's why. My in-ring career was cut short and I'm not going to have the same happen to my backstage career. Also, I need a job and this one pays too well to think about blowing it.
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GSW American


Current champion: Fro Sure
(Since March 2016)

Cali Slick (November 2015 - March 2016)
Busta Capp (April 2015 - November 2015)
Mexico's Finest (December 2014 - April 2014)
Boneyard (June 2014 - December 2014)
Busta Capp (August 2013 - June 2014)
Fro Sure (October 2012 - August 2013)

GSW West Coast


Current champion: JOJI
(Since August 2016)

E-Soteric (April 2016 - August 2016)
Omar (January 2016 - April 2016)
Aces High (December 2015 - January 2016)
Mobstar (August 2015 - December 2015)
Deaf Touch (November 2014 - August 2015)
Hard-1 (April 2014 - November 2014)
Cali Slick (October 2013 - April 2014)
Mexico's Finest (April 2013 - October 2013)
Sanchez Villano (October 2012 - April 2013)

GSW Tag Team

Current champions: Notorious
(Since August 2016)

Dead Men Walking (May 2016 - August 2016)
Brown Pride (February 2016 - May 2016)
State of Destruction (September 2015 - February 2016)
Brown Pride (January 2015 - September 2015)
Dead Men Walking (June 2014 - January 2015)
Mexican Hardcore Killers (September 2013 - June 2014)
Brown Pride (March 2013 - September 2013)
Dead Men Walking (October 2012 - March 2013)

GSW King of California


2016 Winner: Deaf Touch
Fro Sure (2015)
Cali Slick (2014)

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Hello everyone and welcome to my third (wow) attempt at running a sustainable version of my favorite CornelVerse promotion, GSW. Hopefully lessons learned from the previous times as well as playing the game since will help me do better this time round.

For anyone following my other Dynasties, I'll admit I struggle with Real World mods, so House of Hardcore will move to the backburner for a while, but I'll still carry on my Black Canvas Grappling "Defenders of Puroresu" Dynasty as well as my LondonVerse ESW one.

Kinda torn on whether I should to a prediction contest. Main reason for doing this is to try a different style to my usual writing (as well as scratch my hardcore itch) but I would like things to get somewhat interactive so any ideas beyond prediction contests are welcome.

And yes, I can handle multiple Dynasties and still regularly pump out sufficient content (just look at my BCG one)
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Good luck once more.

Admittedly I haven't done a GSW diary for 2016 because the company just seems to be in a bit of a rut and I lose interest before I have even booked a year.

PS: Sign Martyr
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Good luck once more.

Admittedly I haven't done a GSW diary for 2016 because the company just seems to be in a bit of a rut and I lose interest before I have even booked a year.

PS: Sign Martyr
Thanks. GSW does indeed seem to be stuck in a rut, there's no way to compete with CZCW unless they grow to Cult and leave the Regional Wars. Then there's RIPW, different product, other side of the country but still somehow hurting you through superior production values paid for by its mother company. Makes zero sense really.

Think I've signed Martyr in a previous save, he wouldn't do the riskier matches for some reason.
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Odd on Martyr. He is Liberal and I have been using him in a PSW save. He was doing high risk matches without issue, but very high he would complain if I remember. Not sure how well he would do in GSW, but PSW he pretty much always ends up under Madman Boone's wing which only benefits him.
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Odd on Martyr. He is Liberal and I have been using him in a PSW save. He was doing high risk matches without issue, but very high he would complain if I remember. Not sure how well he would do in GSW, but PSW he pretty much always ends up under Madman Boone's wing which only benefits him.
Might have to do with boldness. Think Liberal has to do more with content than injury risk. Either way, gotta trim the roster first before I bring in new people.
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“Heya kiddo. Come take a seat and I’ll show you the ropes”


Rudy “Rumble” Roper
One of the many unsung heroes of professional wrestling.

By the time I was breaking into the business, Rudy was already a West Coast veteran before TCW hired him. By the time he retired in 2010, he’d only worked a few of their shows, usually jobbing out to upcoming prospects. It wasn’t the color of his skin, though some might say otherwise, that held him back. TCW put performance before showmanship and although Roper was consistent, he never had the look, size or charisma of a real star. Even after retiring though, he kept passing on his knowledge to the next generation as a road agent before GSW hired him on a permanent basis as part of its initial roster. And here he was now, on some table at the Warehouse passing on tips to rookie booker me.

“You already know the product, son. Hardcore, edgy, extreme. Grimm calls it ‘Warehouse hardcore’ or ‘hood entertainment’ but it’s really all about Blood and Tits, says I. Stuff kids in the projects can relate to. If they don’t, they’ll let you know. This means flash is more important than the meat, if you know what I mean. Keep it risky, keep it sexy and keep it violent. Any of that cartoonish stuff USPW puts out and you’re done, you hear me?”

I nodded, still taking notes on my papers. Still had the clipboard I carried with me to the ring, might as well make good use of it besides a prop. “Now Grimm’s put out some restrictions if you wanna hire people. First of all, he don’t want no MMA folk round ‘ere. Gonna make the rest of the roster look bad and no one comes here to see people grapple it out on the mat for too long anyway. Number two, you can’t hire any in-ring workers past their 40s, but you can extend the deals of people past that age already working for us. Not that you’ll find a lot of people both able and willing to do our crazy stunts here past that age anyway. Third, anyone got problems with the cops, they’re out.”

“What?”
I said, abruptly snapping out of my notes. “Not even those already on the roster? But that’s like…. seven people!” Roper simply shrugged. Clearly he had no say on this. “Seriously Rudy, Grimm took in Moore Vincent to keep him out of trouble. Motormouth’s his damn buddy! Does he expect me to just kick them out?”

“You want my advice kid? Let their contracts run out. If Grimm wants ‘em, he’ll override you and give them new ones. But just in case, plan to replace them in case he doesn’t.”

I took a moment to get a grip on my frustration and think his suggestion through. “That is sound advice” I admitted. “So, is that it? Just stuff I can’t do? What about stuff he wants me to achieve?”

Rudy gave me that bitter smile veterans give to excited rookies with no grip on reality. “He wants you to grow the company up to Regional size”. I nodded. Pretty sensible. “But not get in debt doing it” he added. It took a second for all the pieces of the puzzle to fall in place before I could see the bigger picture. “Wait, so he wants us to compete with the likes of IPW and CZCW, but I can’t spend the money to boost our Production Values?” Roper eased back on, finally satisfied with me realizing the difficulty of the task ahead. “You can boost ‘em, as long as we don’t go broke from those expenses. Or you could add a second show, gain us more fans in a month that we might lose due to being behind the competition in the Regional Wars. Hey, at least you’ll get to trim the roster one way or another.”

I let out a sigh. “Right. The roster. Run me through it, I just know my two guys.”

The movers and shakers of GSW

Left to right: Fro Sure, Cali Slick, Busta Capp, Mexico’s Finest, Boneyard, BB Colossus, Hard-1, Deaf Touch
“Fro Sure may be skinny, but he’s one fireplug of a brawler with charisma to spare. Grimm found him through a demo tape Fro put out, so he can go on the mic like he can go in the ring. He’s cool, but fans are kinda tired of his schtick so you might have to shake up his character a bit. Can’t say he’s loyal, but Grimm brought him into IPW and he stuck with Grimm after the split. Plus he’s only 24, so he’s got plenty of room for improvement.”
“Cali Slick you’re familiar with, the boy’s ripped and he’s a badass unlike any other. Might wanna keep the GSW American title on him for a bit and turn him into a singles wrestler, Aces High is too much of a liability and at this point will only drag him down. If he can stay injury free, he’s a man we can count on for the coming years, unless some bigger promotion signs him up before that.”
“Busta Capp’s the heart and soul of GSW. He led the roster out of IPW after the split and has been our main man ever since. Capp’s the total package, but at age 34 he may not have a lot of years left in him so you best plan ahead instead of depend too much on him.”
“Mexico’s Finest did time in the pen and that thing alone’s made him a smash hit with the fans. He may be hell to deal with backstage, but he’s our main monster and the lead latino figure so you best be careful how you handle him.”
“Boneyard’s been our other main big man since day one, when Grimm needed to put in the starting roster so he gave his bodyguard a match to fill the card. He’s big, he’s bad, he’s strong but he’s not trained to wrestle and at age 33 I doubt he has much time to learn it all. You better keep him in short squashes or chaotic fights so fans don’t catch wind of him stinking up the ring.”
“BB Colossus jumped ship from IPW and since he’s got a lot in common with Boneyard if you replace all the muscle with fat, they were made a team and booked in similar fashion. With BB you also want to keep in mind his stamina, or rather, lack thereof. Walk in, dominate, walk out. Simple as that.”
“Hard-1’s our veteran and you better treat him as such ‘cause he’s your best chance of everyone else learning a thing or two while in the ring with him. Closest thing we got right now to a real wrestler. Just don’t expect him to last long, he’s 38 already and with all the headbutts he does, I don’t know how much longer he’ll last.”
“Deaf Touch, now here’s an interesting case. Kid’s legitimately deaf but you’ve seen him go in the ring. He’s tough and he’s resilient, so he’s your first pick if you’re thinking of putting on longer matches.”


Middle of the pack

Left to right: Aces High, Gravedigga, Mobstar, MexiCain, Raheem Stash, Omar
“Like I said, Aces is a liability. He’ll give it his all between the ropes, that’s certain, but his all might not be good enough if he’s stoned out of his mind. He’s also a troublemaker backstage, as I’m sure you’re well aware already, so most people aren’t too happy to wrestle him. Might have to kick him out the door so he can clear his act and come back later.”
“Gravedigga and Mobstar are, I’d say, our prime tag team. They’re skilled, Mobstar especially, and they’re familiar with each other but they both got beef with the law so given Grimm’s demands, they’re here on borrowed time.”
“MexCain’s still working the tag ranks with LatiNoFear but he could turn out to be a solid act. He’s only 23 so he’ll need some polishing first but he’s already got mad freestyle skills on the mic. His teammate’s also got problems with the law so you best start planning ahead.”
“Raheem Stash, now here’s a real diamond in the rough. I think he can be our next big bad boy, same way Boneyard or Mexico’s Finest are now. Good thing is he’s still young, so he’s got plenty of time to learn how to wrestle by the time he headlines shows. Bad thing is he’s still young, so you gotta teach him how to wrestle before he headlines shows. Assuming we’re still in business by that point, or that he hasn’t moved on to bigger promotions.”
“Omar you probably know from CZCW, only he went under Jeremiah Moose back then. Back there he was a jobber with a stupid name, over here he’s our chief high flying act. He’s good at it and he’s legit, not just a madman doing daredevil stunts. If you’re thinking of adding some diversity to the blood and brawls, he’s the one you should be putting the focus on.”


Those trying to make a name for themselves

Left to right: LatiNoFear, E-Soteric, Cheech Kong, Top Dolla, Devyn Retribution, Magwitch, Drop Kix

“LatiNoFear is the other half of Brown Pride next to MexiCain. He’s also 23 and though he can’t talk the talk, he can walk the walk. He brings the wrestling to the team. He also brings the cops tailing him from time to time, so he’s probably getting axed sooner or later. Damn shame if you ask me, kid’s got potential and latino wrestlers are hard to come by.”
“E-Soteric I don’t know much about. He’s from Venice Beach and he jumped ship from IPW. Energy and enthusiasm are his calling cards, he’s a fireplug brawler and a hard worker, but that might come back to haunt him every now and then. When he’s good, he can be good, when he’s bad he not only sucks, he can get carried away and injure whoever’s in the ring with him.”
“Cheech Kong’s been with us since day one but his high flying stuff don’t much endear him to the fans. For now he’s a skinny kid getting destroyed by pretty much everyone else, but he’s got plenty of time ahead to learn how to work, so he might actually make something out of himself.”
“Top Dolla on the other hand makes a splash every time he’s wrestling, literally. It’s a wonder how he’s still alive an in one piece, kid will throw himself off anything to get a pop and he’s made balcony dives a signature spot. He’s got some trouble with the cops too, but I won’t be sad to lose this one. He’s an accident waiting to happen and the last thing I need is some white kid dying wrestling for us.”
“Devyn Retribution is as generic as they come. He’s not boring, he’s just bland. Right now he’s still paying his dues and learning how to work, so if he does show a spark of charisma or you come up with this great gimmick for him, don’t rush to pull the trigger.”
“Magwitch calls himself the hardcore clown. I’m not a big fan of the whole psycho clown gimmick, but fans love to see him get beat and the man himself will do anything, no matter how crazy or dangerous. He’s not half bad and he’s got time to learn, but he’s got a bad rep backstage. In this locker room? They’re gonna eat him alive.”
“Last one is Drop Kix. Out of the same mold as Cheech Kong and Devyn Retribution. Have him eat pins and pay his dues for a while, see how he develops before you do anything major with him.”


The non-wrestlers

Left to right: Brother Grimm, Big Magic, Clifford Caves, MC Motormouth, Kandii, Moore Vincent
“Grimm you know already. Most people in the country do. Whatever you think of him, he’s still your boss and a popular man who can rock the mic, so don’t underestimate the boost he can provide to a show.”
“Big Magic made a name for himself through YouTube. Crazy antics, unsanctioned street fights, I bet you’ve heard a thing or two about him at some point. Tried his hand at MMA but never really got far, till Grimm needed a big bad black man for his videoclip who wasn’t Boneyard. That’s how the two of them met and he invited him over to be GSW’s ‘Commissioner of Violence’. Careful how you use him, he’s not the best man on the mic, but he’s popular and he’s scary. You could say he’s the Autority Figure, but people don’t really buy him over Grimm. What they do buy is that he can say ‘no’ to the roster and order them around.”
“Clifford Caves is our play-by-play guy and this is his first pro gig but he’s handling himself good. MC Motormouth is his partner on the booth. Hasn’t got that much experience but he’s got the gift of the gab and the street cred to make his comments sound legit. I’ll skip the friendship with Grimm and problems with the cops, you brought those up earlier already.”
“Kandii is a hostess here at the Warehouse, which is probably how she landed the gig to be Busta Capp’s arm candy. Not the hottest of ladies, but fans need to see chicks and she was available. Might wanna consider bringing more smoking ladies in though.”
“Last one besides ourselves is Moore Vincent. Not the best of refs, actually not even a real ref, but Grimm likes him and he looks like the wrestler’s can’t push him around that easy. Again, might wanna have a replacement handy in case Grimm doesn’t renew his contract.”
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Odd on Martyr. He is Liberal and I have been using him in a PSW save. He was doing high risk matches without issue, but very high he would complain if I remember. Not sure how well he would do in GSW, but PSW he pretty much always ends up under Madman Boone's wing which only benefits him.
Ended up hoarding rookie talent in my SWF save. Martyr was on a good roll and ended up at B brawling and B- flashiness at 23 years old. Depends on how he develops tbh.
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Ended up hoarding rookie talent in my SWF save. Martyr was on a good roll and ended up at B brawling and B- flashiness at 23 years old. Depends on how he develops tbh.
Had PSW save where he and Vendetta became tag champs and just developed like crazy. Helped Boone had both as proteges and was teaching them stuff almost every other month. Mostly because of that save I have become very fond of those two.
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GSW The Underground 2016 Card


Mexico's Finest vs Magwitch
Light Tube match
Two of the biggest, baddest, craziest, most vicious members of the roster are set to clash in the opening bout and to make matters even more extreme, it's gonna be a Light Tube match! Mexico's Finest will look to squash the psycho clown and prove he's willing to do whatever it takes to destroy his enemies, a feature most needed if he's going to destroy the dominant State of Destruction alongside his Brown Pride allies. Given his opponent though, the hardcore clown might not be so easy to put aside. Magwitch keeps pushing the limit of what he's able and willing to do with every match. All the pain he's willing to go through, the blood he's willing to spill, he'll do so with a twisted smile on his face and a demented gleam in his eye. No matter who wins, both are bound to pay a heavy physical toll, while the GSW fans are bound to start the night with a real barn burner!



GSW West Coast title match
Aces High vs Omar
Death's Door match
As the only active wrestler on the roster who has worked for CZCW, the biggest indy promotion in California, Omar has claimed he is by definition the king of the West Coast, challenging Aces High to a match for the title. The Long Beach native was happy to oblige, stating he'll be glad to shut down Omar's and his fancy flippy moves and keep GSW real to its roots. Odds seem to be in favor of the champion as this will be a Death's Door match that can only end when a wrestler is unable to get up before the referee counts to ten, but between Omar's considerable skill and Aces' notorious inconsistency, this match may just be the most unpredictable on the card.


Fro Sure vs E-Soteric
West Coast Deathmatch
Fro Sure may be one of GSW's top talents, but with Busta Capp looking to reclaim the American title from Cali Slick who dethroned him, Fro seems to have found himself out of the title picture. A victory here over IPW recruit E-Soteric can only help his ascent back to the top, but the enthusiastic youngster should not be underestimated. Victory over a top name will only help E-Soteric establish himself and with Fro not quite being at his best, this may just be the best chance to do so. This is bound to get bloody and it'll be a test of resilience and willpower, as West Coast Deathmatch rules mean it can only end via pinfall, but the count is raised from three to ten.


Hard-1 vs Busta Capp (with Kandii)
West Coast Deathmatch
The show's main event will also be contested under West Coast Deathmatch rules and it's bound to be a rough fight. Busta Capp needs the win here in order to get a shot at Slick and the American title, but the veteran Hard-1 is an obstacle that might just prove to be a brick wall. Kandii's presence may prove to be the game changer, as she might help Capp with more than just coaching and moral support. Whether he'll take the potential assist or insist on winning clean, Capp has a lot on his plate against a man who has nothing to lose and would like one final run at the top before age and years of in-ring war begin to take their toll on his body.


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Mexico's Finest vs Magwitch
GSW West Coast title match: Aces High (c) vs Omar
Fro Sure vs E-Soteric
Hard-1 vs Busta Capp
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GSW The Underground 2016
Held on January 2016 at The Warehouse in South West U.S.
Attendance: 455, Show Rating E 28


As the show kicks off, a smoking hot young lady introduced as "Little Miss Sunshine" makes her way to the ring, dressed in some type of schoolgirl outfit. Apparently oblivious to the wolf howls and cat calls of the audience, the woman picks up an mic from the timekeeper's table and gets in the ring with a smile, welcoming fans in attendance before asking them to welcome the GSW American champion, Cali Slick!
With his theme taking over the speakers, title gold around his waist and Executive Manager CJ Weston at his side, Cali Slick confidently makes his way to the ring to join Little Miss Sunshine. The interviewer looks to get a comment from Slick, but CJ Weston grabs the mic from her before she's able to.

"My client is here tonight, even though he's not scheduled to wrestle any matches. The reason for this is purely business, you see. Not that any of you miscreants would ever really know how that works. You see, my client isn't just the best thing to ever happen to this company, he's not only the GSW American champion, he's also one half of the Long Beach Crew and he's here to support his tag team partner, Aces High, for his title match tonight. Once he's done beating this Omar person, the Long Beach Crew have their eyes set on tag team gold. My clients shall hold every title there is in this company, because they're just that good, better than anything Brother Grimm or Big Magic could ever throw at them!"

Weston takes a break to let fans react as he passes the mic to Slick who's about to talk.

"My Long Beach brother Aces High is the GSW West Coast champion and tonight, he's set to defend that title against Omar. Who is this Omar, you ask. I asked the same thing too, yo. Even worse, what has Omar ever done to get this title shot? At least Busta Capp wants a shot at my title, he has to go through Hard-1 in the main event tonight, prove himself worthy."

Slick turns to face the entrance and locker room behind it.

"I know you're back there, Capp. I know you can hear me, so hear me out on this one. I'll be watching you. Every move you make. I really hope you win your match tonight, Capp, just so I can fight you once again. Just so I can shut down every move you hit against me. Just so I can beat you again."

His point made and the fans alive, Slick drops the mic and leaves the ring with Weston clapping behind him.
Rating: E+ 34


Mexico's Finest vs Magwitch
Light Tube match
Before the match even begins, Magwitch grabs a light tube and breaks it on his own head, cackling hysterically as the blood runs down his forehead to mesh with his smeared white clown makeup. That spot pretty much sets the tone of the match, with the psychopathic Mexico's Finest grabbing more tubes to swing and smash on Magwitch, who in turn takes the hits without looking to evade anything, before he side slams the Mexican (and himself) onto the shattered glass on the mat. The two roll around in a death embrace, cutting themselves all over and getting glass stuck on their entire bodies. The brawl looks more like a ground and pound street fight than an actual wrestling match, with more blood and guts than technical prowess or actual wrestling moves on display, but it's good enough to get the rowdy GSW fans buzzing. Everyone wants to see the psycho clown get beat up, including Magwitch himself apparently, so most of the match has Mexico's Finest beat up his opponent, without meeting much resistance. This gives the Mexican enough time to leave the ring and set up six chairs, three on each side, piling the seating space between them with as many light tubes as he can get his hands on, before returning to the ring to drag Magwitch out to the apron. Realizing his predicament, the hardcore clown tries to fight back and a back and forth fistfight takes place on the apron to amp up the drama of who'll take the fall, but in the end Mexico's Finest hits the Hard Time, a charging spear that sends both himself and Magwitch flying through the air and crashing onto the setup, driving fans crazy as the referee counts the pin, awarding the victory to Mexico's Finest.
Winner: Mexico's Finest
Rating: E 26



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GSW West Coast title match
Aces High (with CJ Weston) vs Omar
Death's Door match
Omar makes his way to the ring with none of the fanfare that is usually part of his entrance and fans seem to like this stripped down "no gimmick needed" version much more than the cocky show stealer he used to present himself as in the past. Aces High on the other hand looks rather chill given the gravity of the match and stipulation. As soon as the bell rings though, the initial exchange of blows reveals it's not confidence but the weed demon that fuels his laid back approach. Fans quickly pick it up to start various chants and Weston is furious at ringside trying to direct his client around, while Omar uses his opponent's weakness to his favor. Between Omar's speed and the champion's slow reflexes, the challenger is able to chain together a series of spinning kicks, sentons and splashes but despite the state of Aces High, the defending champion still somehow manages to kick out, perhaps out of instinct, before the referee reaches a count of ten. Omar tries again, this time finishing his offensive sequence with a german suplex, followed by a standing moonsault, but only again the ref can only count to 7 before Aces gets a shoulder up. Climbing the ropes for his Diving Headbutt finisher, Omar is knocked down when Weston shakes the ropes to throw him off balance, but Aces High is to, well, high to capitalize. Once back on his feet, Omar pays Weston back with a dropkick that sends him flying off the apron to take him out of the equation, providing Omar all the time to hit the Diving Headbutt. Aces High tries to get the knees up, but with his reflexes slowed down, he does so way too late, effectively offering his legs for Omar to hook as he finally keeps him down long enough for the ten count to win the match and become the new GSW West Coast champion.
Winner and NEW GSW West Coast champion: Omar
Rating: E+ 32


Dancing to his funky theme, Fro Sure makes his way to the ring with a mic in hand for his match next. Once he's in the ring, he motions for the fans to settle down so he can speak.

"Brothers and sisters all around, you all heard, like I heard the GSW American champion say people gotta prove themselves to fight 'im. Well let me tell you right here, that man is in no position to make such demands. He ain't the one callin' the shots around here. Big Magic and Brother Grimm are in charge in GSW and they the ones who get to say who fights who. Let me tell you, those two, they know a talent when they see it. That's why they brought the bro with the fro up in here and that's why they told me, they guaranteed, I'm getting a title shot up next. Yea that's right, if Busta Capp loses tonight, I'm fighting Slick next month for the gold. And even if he does win and gets to fight 'im for the title, I'm still in line next to fight whoever's holding the strap when the smoke goes down. Now that, is knowing how to promote real talent!"

Fro motions in for the fans to cheer him, but instead he gets booed from an audience that barely played to his former fan favorite shtick but just isn't ready to take him in as the golden boy who gets favors from the powers that be.
Rating: E+ 31


Fro Sure vs E-Soteric
West Coast Deathmatch
Both men being explosive fireplug brawlers, this match is off to a fast start as they lock up to trade punches with their free arms. E-Soteric wrenches Fro's neck to take him through the ropes, spilling the brawl out at ringside. Fro fights back in mock boxing fashion, only for his opponent to grab a trash can lid and use it as a shield to get closer, before kicking Fro in the gut to smash the lid on his bent over and exposed back. Things get even wilder when E-Soteric throws Fro on a club couch where patrons are seated, mounting him for a flurry of blows before Fro blindly reaches out to grab a bottle of Hennesy he smashes on E-Soteric's head to create some space, before standing up to grab an ashtray and fling it towards his opponent. E-Soteric ducks the projectile, before catching a charging Fro with a mule kick to the jaw. Looking to drag Fro back into the ring, E-Soteric never notices Fro holding a cigar he picked up from the ashtray's remains, one he proceeds to jam towards E-Soteric's eye to once again gain control of the match. Both men seem spent from the fight, with E-Soteric making his way to the ring first while Fro takes the time to slide in a chair first. Bringing things full circle, the two men lock up again to trade blows much like the match began, but with much less vigor now as they seem to have collapsed onto each other. Fro is the one to break it up with a knee to E-Soteric's gut, which in turn sets him up for his piledriver finisher, the Sure Thing, executed head first onto the steel chair so that E-Soteric can be kept down long enough for the ten count.
Winner: Fro Sure
Rating: E+ 30


N.W.A.'s beat drops to signal the arrival of the GSW original, Busta Capp. The man himself comes out with Kandii by his side, taking the time to grab a mic from the timekeeper's table before he gets in the ring.

"Now first of all, I wanna tell that puff-haired mutha****a Fro Sure I'll be ready for 'im. He ain't gotta prove shit to me, not 'cause he proved himself with his match tonight right here, but 'cause I don't need no proof from anyone! Or favors, for that matter. I take on all comers, yo!"

Capp takes a pause to compose himself and let the fans cheer as Kandii nods in approval to his words.

"Now Hard-1 is a tough nigga and he's been in this business for a long time, but he ain't been in GSW all that time. I'm the one who's been here since day one. I'm the one who put this company on the map. And I'll be the one to win here tonight, veteran or not, 'cause this is my house!"

Fans cheer and Capp takes another moment.

"Now Slick, you better watch real well from back there in the locker room. You better watch how a real champion wins a match, because you never beat me real for the gold. You had to bring in Weston and Aces and your whole Long Beach Crew to take me down, but I'm still here, nigga. You better bring everything you got next time we meet in the ring, 'cause it'll take an army of millions to keep me from beating you and gettin' back my GSW American title!"

Hard-1's theme comes on the speakers just as Capp wraps up his promo. No more talking.
Rating: E+ 35


Hard-1 vs Busta Capp (with Kandii)
West Coast Deathmatch
Once Hard-1 is in the ring, the two men meet in the center for a staredown. Hard-1 gets the best of it, surprising Capp with one of his favorite headbutt attacks before following up with more blows. Kandii's screams seem to wake Busta from his daze though and he quickly fights back with clubbing elbows and forearms, finishing it off with a running shoulder block that sends Hard-1 crashing to the mat, before a 2 count cover. On the lookout to help, Kandii slides in a chair for Capp. In response, Hard-1 grabs the chain he brings to the ring as part of his entrance to wrap it around his fist. Capp swings, only for Hard-1 to defiantly intercept the chair mid-swing and punch a dent in it, before grabbing a surprised Capp for a DDT onto the dropped chair and a 5 count. Hard-1 throws in a few more punches for good measure with his chain-wrapped fist, before whipping Capp to the ropes, where Kandii grabs him, saving him from walking face first into a Mafia Kick big boot. The veteran walks up to Kandii and in the ensuing argument, Capp has a chance to grab his opponent from behind for a swinging neckbreaker. This time Capp sets up his own Mafia Kick as he waits for Hard-1 to recover...
...before he notices Cali Slick, who's made his way down to the ring. The distraction is enough for Hard-1 to take control of the match with a charging headbutt that sends Capp outside the ring. Slick raises his hands acting innocent though it looks like he's got something in mind, but Kandii gets in his face to argue and throw him off. Meanwhile, Capp and Hard-1 are trading blows with weapons outside the ring, with Hard-1 obviously gasping for air from all the hits and explosive moves he's hit and was hit with. Busta Capp takes notice and quickly returns to the ring, while Kandii slaps Slick, only for the champion to shove her aside. Meanwhile, Hard-1 climbs back to the apron with a chair in hand, only for Capp to catch him as he comes through the ropes, introducing the chair to the veteran's face with a Mafia Kick before pinning him for the win, all the while locked in a staredown with Cali Slick at ringside.
Winner: Busta Capp
Rating: E+ 34
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[Backstage, moments after the end of GSW The Underground 2016]

"Alright boys, get over here and hear me out. I know most of you are in no mood for this sh*t, so I'll keep it quick. Tonight was borderline passable for a wrestling show and there's stuff that needs to be addressed. I'm already pissed to the max, so anyone thinking of interrupting me, be prepared to walk. I ain't even trippin'."

"First of all, congratulations to everyone involved in the main event, best match of the night as the last one on the card should be. Capp, I'm not sure what's going on between you and Kandii, but keep it up 'cause it translate to something good out there. And Hard-1, don't think I didn't notice you gasping for air past some point. I get you're the oldest active man on the roster, but I can't have you main eventing singles fights if this keeps up. Next, up, Fro."

"I know you're pissed, man, but something had to change. Fans were no longer buying your act so we had to shake it up. It's a big shift to go to management's favored son, but they'll get used to it and you'll get better too. Gotta give you a few matches to showcase this new situation, I know you got the skills to push through. Might take a bit till you find yourself, but it's only a matter of time, kiddo. Now, let's get to the ugly sh*t. Boneyard, Magwitch, front and center."

"I don't buy any 'method acting' or 'pulling ribs' sh*t, running around the locker room with your d*ck swinging around is a bad idea. Someone had to step in and Boneyard did before I could. Now I'm all for the crew solving their issues on their own, but that took things too far, B. You're lucky he's got all this clown paint plastered on top of his face, 'cause beating up anyone scheduled to go out there just won't do. Now I didn't say anything at the time; Magwitch got what was coming to him and I didn't wanna drag things further. But it seems some of you took my stance as a sign you can get away with stuff. Lookin' at you Aces."

"You're a piece of sh*t, Aces. I regret ever agreeing to manage you, 'cause it means I have to go through sh*t like having to watch you from ringside as you stumble around, stoned outta your mind, son. You're fired!"

Weston's speech is at long last broken up by a mumbling Aces High, too wasted to actually show any intensity in his anger. Few nearby members of the roster are easily able to restrain him before he tries to get physical.

"You're a pain in the ass backstage, you're a liability in the ring an you've got your head stuck so far up your ass you're never getting any better. I thought taking the title of you would get the point across, but it obviously didn't. Now get the hell out of my locker room and go crawl into some crackhouse or something till you've smoked up whatever money you've made with GSW!"

Aces High is shoved aside and hastily packs his bag, before leaving the room in a litany of threats and curses. The atmosphere is heavy once things get quiet again. No one ever really liked Aces High anyway, but witnessing him verbally eviscerated and fired on the fly wasn't a pleasant experience.

"Looks like I got everyone's attention now. Good. Get your act together people, or you're next. Roster's pretty bloated anyway and we're doing a second show every month, so I gotta cut expenses too. That means anyone who's making too much money for stinking up the ring too bad. Card's set already, so I'll let you in on it, case anyone feels like working on their match with Roper and their scheduled opponent."

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GSW Showtime!
Match card for Fri W4 Jan 2016 show

Busta Capp vs Deaf Touch (Death's Door match)
Cali Slick vs Gravedigga (West Coast Deathmatch)
Fro Sure vs Mobstar (West Coast Deathmatch)
Mexico's Finest vs Cheech Kong (Death's Door match)
State of Destruction vs Top Dolla & Drop Kix (Death's Door match)
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Busta Capp vs Deaf Touch (Death's Door match)
Cali Slick vs Gravedigga (West Coast Deathmatch)
Fro Sure vs Mobstar (West Coast Deathmatch)
Mexico's Finest vs Cheech Kong (Death's Door match)
State of Destruction vs Top Dolla & Drop Kix (Death's Door match)
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GSW Showtime!
Held on January 2016 at some low key venue in South West U.S.
Attendance: 450, Show Rating D- 38



Don't move... Don't whisper... Don't even breathe...
Lights go dark and State of Destruction's menacing music hits the speakers, sending the crowd into a frenzy. After giving the intro some time to build things up, the GSW Tag team champions make their entrance, looking mean as always and in the mood to break some bones.
Rating: C 60


State of Destruction vs Top Dolla & Drop Kix
Death's Door match
Top Dolla and Drop Kix are well aware of the situation they're in, so they use their speed, agility and quick tags to keep the pace as fast as possible and blitzkrieg their way past their monstrous opponents. It helps that BB Colossus isn't exactly known for his maneuverability, so the man on the outside brings in weapons for the other one to use against Colossus and the man quickly becomes a mess of BB in the middle trying to squat the pesky mosquitoes around stinging him. It only takes a badly timed dropkick from Top Dolla though and Colossus shoves him mid-air to send him crashing onto Drop Kix instead, breaking up the offensive onslaught. Picking up various weapons from the mat and whacking Top Dolla with them to keep him down, BB whips his opponent to his corner before tagging in Boneyard, who in turn picks up anything he can get his hands on to beat down Dolla, while BB sets up a table outside the ring. Once it's up, Boneyard chokeslams Top Dolla over the ropes and through the table on the outside, a spot that lights up fans in attendance. BB drags Dolla's corpse into the ring and climbs the apron himself, before Boneyard tags him in and holds up Dolla from behind, trapped on the corner for BB to destroy with the Colossus Avalanche that puts him down for the ten count, leaving both Top Dolla and Drop Kix knocked out and State of Destruction with a dominant win.
Winners: State of Destruction
Rating: E 24


State of Destruction are halfway back to the locker room, when they seem to decide that six or so minutes was too short of a match to sate their bloodthirst. Coming back to the ring, they cut off their opponents' retreat, before proceeding to brutally beat them down and add more injury to injury, much to the delight of the rowdy crowd on the stands.
Rating: D+ 51


Mexico's Finest vs Cheech Kong
Death's Door match
Much like Drop Kix and Top Dolla did in the match earlier, Cheech Kong relies on his speed to evade his bigger, badder opponent and counterattack whenever he gets a chance. Unlike the previous match though, Mexico's Finest is much more nimble and Kong sticks with pure wrestling moves instead of bringing weapons into the mix. After the opening salvo of rolls, flips and kicks, Kong tops it with a spinning heel kick that brings his opponent down, though only for a one count. The Mexican throws in a few blows, but only the first couple connect before Kong retreats to the outside in order to reconsider his approach. Finest follows, grabbing a steel chain he whirls around, looking to whip Kong with it. Kong looks to return to the ring, but Finest swings to barely wrap the chain around his foot and prevent him, before he closes in to choke him out with it. Having brought down the pace, Finest takes his time to pull out various items, hit Kong with them and then toss them into the ring before he drags a semi-unconscious Kong in too. The scene replays, this time inside the ring, until Kong kicks up his leg between his opponent's legs to create a breather for himself. The match at a stalemate, Kong gets up and grabs a chair, realizing he has to go hardcore to win, before he can swing it though, Mexico's Finest explodes into the Hard Times, spearing both chair and Kong to knock him out for the count.
Winner: Mexico's Finest
Rating: E- 22


Little Miss Sunshine is back in the ring, raising the temperature of the place by a few degrees thanks to her looks and schoolgirl outfit. Fro Sure's theme then comes on the speakers and he joins her between the ropes, having turned his usual dance to the ring into more of a cocky strut.

"Daym gurl, I know I said Grimm 'n' Magic know talent when they see it, but I bet a blind man could see your talents right there. Might have to talk to 'em, see if they can hook us up someplace more... private than this ring, ya feelin' me? But first! First I rough up Mobstar tonight, get my juices flowin' before I go on to beat whoever's holding the strap by then, Slick or Capp!"
Rating: D- 38


Fro Sure vs Mobstar
West Coast Deathmatch
Mobstar is all grim and serious, unlike the cocky laid back Fro Sure and immediately goes to work, exploding with a flurry of punches, forearms, chops and elbows, cornering Fro for a beatdown. Taking in the roar of the crowd though creates a chance for Fro to fire back and the two end up trading blows in a hurricane, before Mobstar evades a punch and pulls Fro's arm in a snapmare that sends him crashing onto the mat, topping it off with a splash for a cover up to the referee's count of five. Changing his approach, Fro uses his wiry frame and long legs to keep Mobstar at a distance, before taking him down with an axe kick and a leg drop on top of it for a four count. Another series of kick-based attacks leading to a spinebuster gets Fro as far as seven before Mobstar kicks out. Wheezing from the effort, Fro pushes through for one last series of blows, before gritting his teeth to pull Mobstar into position for the Sure Thing piledriver. It's dramatic, it's doubtful and it takes a while to execute, but it gets the job done and keeps Mobstar down for the ten count, awarding the win to Fro.
Winner: Fro Sure
Rating: E+ 34


The instantly recognizable intro of Tupac and Dr. Dre's hit "California Love" hits the speakers and a scantily clad Kali Fornia struts her way to the ring. An exact look-alike of well known porn star Vicki Melons, she really fires up the place as she seductively slides into the ring for a striptease that leaves her wearing just a tiny bikini, much to the roaring approval of fans in attendance. Before she leaves, Kali Fornia does the "title gold" gesture around her waist, confusing fans for a moment, then pumping a fist in front of her mouth as she licks her lips, a clear and simple message she's come bearing "gifts" for whoever ends up holding title gold.
Rating: C- 58

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Cali Slick (with CJ Weston) vs Gravedigga
West Coast Deathmatch
Slick is bigger, stronger and hella ripped, making him the favorite here before things like Weston or being the champion are even considered. What keeps Gravedigga in the match though is his tenacity and recklessness. From the opening exchange of fearlessly getting in Slick's face to trade blows to the ringside weapons brawl, Gravedigga throws caution to the wind, making sure if he's going down, at least he's taking Slick with him, like when he holds a chair to hit a cannonball off the apron to the outside. No matter what he does though, Slick refuses to stay down, showing superhuman resilience to get back up and carry on fighting. Weston too does his part throughout the match, cheering on Slick, passing him weapons, distracting the ref and interrupting Gravedigga whenever able, until he's spectacularly eliminated with a roundhouse kick to the head that knocks him off the apron. The spot, and its subsequent fan uproar, is enough for Slick to set up his trap and catch Gravedigga's throat for his Slick-Back chokeslam finisher, which he then repeats two more times for a trifecta that knocks out Gravedigga for the ten count.
Winner: Cali Slick
Rating: E+ 35


Unable to hear the beat of Public Enemy playing as he makes his entrance, Deaf Touch walks to the ring at a pace slightly off, at times making it worse as he tries to bob his head to the beat.
Rating: E- 19

Busta Capp gets a pretty decent pop in comparison, aided by his bumpin' theme song and the presence of Kandii at his side as he makes his entrance for the main event.
Rating: E 24

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Busta Capp (with Kandii) vs Deaf Touch
Death's Door match
Capp knows he's in the ring with a skilled fighter, so his blows are calculated as opposed to a reckless flurry and in return, Deaf Touch shows technical prowess to break up Capp's offensive combos before they can lead to a big final move, including one where he goes for a Mafia Kick, only for Deaf Touch to slide under and tackle Capp's leg. From there, Deaf Touch mounts his fallen opponent for a slow, methodical ground and pound game he occasionally breaks up with a basic submission hold or a simple flying move like a splash or elbow drop. Capp eventually blocks a stomp and whips his opponent's leg away, seizing control of the match to put in some offense of his own. The bout is methodical and feels oddly "structured" for GSW standards, although the two men still brawl outside the ring and eventually introduce weapons to the match, as is company habit. Once again Kandii does some good job at ringside, both as eye candy and a helper for Busta, who she gets out of a tight spot once or twice. Her actions frustrate Deaf Touch, but he's too much of a nice guy to knock her out and eliminate her. That job falls to...
...CJ Weston, who shows up to creep up behind Kandii and pull her by the hair, dragging her away from the ring. Kandii's screams summon Capp to the rescue and Weston drops her to run away and save himself, having provided Deaf Touch with an extensive break to recuperate. The two competitors resume their fighting inside the ring, only for Weston to creep up again and climb the apron with a kendo stick in hand. At one point, Deaf Touch whips Capp to the ropes towards Weston, who looks to swing wide, but Capp reverses to send Deaf Touch to the ropes instead, meaning Weston accidentally whacks Deaf Touch to the head, sending him groggy and staggering straight into Busta Capp's Mafia Kick. Just to be sure, Capp hits the shocked and confused Weston with a Mafia Kick as well for good measure, leaving the playing field to himself as he hits the recovering Deaf Touch with a second Mafia Kick that knocks him down long enough for the ref to reach a count of ten.
Winner: Busta Capp
Rating: D 41
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