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My PC at work was changed during this week before my work schedule began. I never had time to unlicense the game so I have sent an email to Scott to ask if I could get another license although I cannot find my receipt from years ago.

Please stay tuned as this will continue after the situation has been resolved.
Bah,figures I bring up this being the furthest you get with Mark and hit you with the curse....

Hope everything works out for you.
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After reinstalling the game and putting the file into the newly installed WS2, the same run time error came up when I went to look at Mark's schedule, so this is now another bump in the road.

This "curse" will not stop me, however, as I will start a new one once again.

Thanks to all for following this and please watch as I continue my NEVER ENDING quest to get from Mark Calaway to Texas Red (WCCW) to Mean Mark Callous (MACW/WCW) to Undertaker (WWF/E).
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This "phoenix" has risen from the ashes!!!!!


This will be copied to my personal drive and the game will be unlicensed and taken off my temporary PC every night/morning so that I can license and play it on another PC.

And now, BACK TO OUR STORY HERE!!!!!


Nevermind. Still on hold until run-error 339 can be corrected.

The run-errors have vanished and we are back in business. From now on, with about an hour to go before my shift at work ends, the game will be unlicensed and then moved to my personal drive for "safe keeping" and future use. This should allow me to bounce around from pc to pc at work without problems, I HOPE!!!!

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NOTE: Bret Hart has now been included as a followed wrestler. (Sorry, Greg. It's not pretty as far as his record is concerned and he is now a midcarder.)

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Tuesday

WWF
: Total Eclipse defeated Team Maestro to retain the WWF Tag Team titles
WWF: Kernodle and Backlund defeated Flair and Jay Youngblood
MACW: Jim Garvin defeated Bob Orton Jr to retain the United States Heavyweight title
MACW: Chris Adams defeated Matt Borne to retain the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight title
MACW: Assassin 2 and Hacksaw defeated Barry and Boogie Woogie Man to retain the Mid-Atlantic US Tag Team titles
NJPW: Tiger Mask defeated Dynamite Kid to retain the WWF International Heavyweight title
AJPW: Kengo Kimura defeated Ashura Hara to retain the All-Asia Heavyweight title
AJPW: Kuniaki Kobayashi defeated Gran Hamada to retain the NWA International Junior Heavyweight title
GCW: Jos Leduc defeated Jake Roberts to win the National Television title
CWF: Kevin Sullivan defeated Mike Graham to retain the Florida Brass Knuckles title
CWF: Superstar Billy Graham defeated The Purple Haze
WWC: Al Madril defeated Super Medic #1 to retain the WWC North American Heavyweight title
WWC: Invader #3 defeated Invader #2 to retain the WWC World Junior Heavyweight title
CSW: Total Eclipse defeated Bruce & Bret Hart to win the CSW International Tag Team titles
ASWUK: Mal Sanders against Tony St.Clair ended in a no contest to retain the World Heavyweight title

Mike Rotundo signs with SECW
Seiko Honawa extends deal with AJW
Ryu Nakata extends deal with AJPW
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NOTE: Bret Hart has now been included as a followed wrestler. (Sorry, Greg. It's not pretty as far as his record is concerned and he is now a midcarder.)
That seemed to be where he was headed, in the other game, as well. My boy Bret seems to need some work, before he can become the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. I won't be able to pick up the game until later this month (my Wrestlemania road trip ran up higher expenses than anticipated, but was totally worth it), but I'm going to immediately start my own Hitman diary, to take matters into my own hands.

Granted, I'll be fairly new to the game, so I'll probably just accellerate the losing, but still....

It will take some getting used to, with this incarnation, as I didn't follow it when it was running. Hopefully, I can get up to speed quickly.

Cheers!
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By the way, what sizes are the major companies, in this game world?
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Southeastern Championship Wrestling

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SECW on Tour!



Mark Calaway

vs.

Adrian Street

one fall - 60 minute time limit

blow-by-blow

Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street into the ropes
Mark Calaway hit the clothesline
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
Adrian Street counters by reversing on Mark Calaway
The punch didn't seem to faze Mark Calaway, who just stood there and glared at Adrian Street
Street with a full arm drag and twist
The european uppercut didn't seem to faze Mark Calaway, who just stood there and glared at Adrian Street
Adrian Street hit the punch
Look at it, folks! Look at it! It's a side headlock!!!! Wow
Mark Calaway moved and the forearm blow missed!
Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street into the ropes
Mark Calaway hit the shoulder block
Mark Calaway applied the choke hold
The referee warns that that was illegal
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
Adrian Street moved and the throat thrust missed!
Mark Calaway slipped out of the snap mare takedown
And that'll slow you down in a hurry! Street took that shot right in the throat
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
Adrian Street easily blocked the throat thrust
The big man picks him up in a suplex and...OH, Street is dropped to the mat!
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
The throat thrust was countered into a standing side headlock
Adrian Street hit the kick to gut
Adrian Street stops to shout some abuse at some fans in the front row
The punch didn't seem to faze Mark Calaway, who just stood there and glared at Adrian Street
Adrian Street hit the european uppercut
Adrian Street applied the front facelock
Look at it, folks! Look at it! It's a side headlock!!!! Wow
A stalemate happens as neither competitor can take the advantage
Street with a full arm drag and twist
Adrian Street stops to shout some abuse at some fans in the front row
Adrian Street hit the european uppercut
Look at it, folks! Look at it! It's a side headlock!!!! Wow
Adrian Street hit the forearm blow
The kick to gut didn't seem to faze Mark Calaway, who just stood there and glared at Adrian Street
Mark Calaway slipped out of the standing side headlock
Adrian Street easily blocked the throat thrust
Mark Calaway hit the punch
And that'll slow you down in a hurry! Street took that shot right in the throat
Mark Calaway hit the stomp
Adrian Street easily slipped out the back of the choke hold
Mark Calaway moved and the forearm to back of head missed!
The throat thrust was countered into a snap mare takedown
Adrian Street applied the grounded hammerlock
Look at it, folks! Look at it! It's a side headlock!!!! Wow
Oh! And Street kicks Calaway right in the back of the head!
Adrian Street applied the grounded front facelock
Adrian Street takes a moment to rub his sore neck, apparently in pain
Look at it, folks! Look at it! It's a side headlock!!!! Wow
Adrian Street picks up Mark Calaway from behind
Mark Calaway slipped out the back of the forearm to back of head
Adrian Street moved and the clubbing blow missed!
Adrian Street hit the punch
Mark Calaway easily broke the standing side headlock
And that'll slow you down in a hurry! Street took that shot right in the throat
The referee warns that that was illegal
Adrian Street easily slipped out of the choke hold
Adrian Street hit the snap mare takedown
Adrian Street takes a moment to rub his sore neck, apparently in pain
Adrian Street applied the grounded arm bar
Mark Calaway slipped out of the grounded front facelock
Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street into the ropes
Adrian Street moved and the backdrop missed!
Adrian Street hit the kick to gut
The european uppercut didn't seem to faze Mark Calaway, who just stood there and glared at Adrian Street
Adrian Street hit the snap mare takedown
Adrian Street applied the inside toe hold
Adrian Street has got Calaway's arm locked in that straddled arm bar...that looks painful
And Street starts grinding his forearm into Calaway's shoulder
Mark Calaway blocked the wrenching hammerlock
Mark Calaway suddenly sits up, then stands
And Adrian Street grabs Calaway's arm...its an arm lock and wrist bend hold!
Adrian Street takes a moment to rub his sore neck, apparently in pain
Adrian Street applied the inside toe hold
Mark Calaway easily broke the arm bar with forearm grind
Mark Calaway hit the backbreaker
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
Mark Calaway hit the toss to corner
Adrian Street moved and the corner clothesline missed!
Adrian Street hit the repeated european uppercuts
Mark Calaway moved and the standing arm breaker missed!
Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street to the corner
Adrian Street moved and the corner giant choke missed!
The punch flurry was countered into a punch
Mark Calaway throws Adrian Street to ringside
Adrian Street counters by fighting back
The repeated european uppercuts was countered into a punch
Mark Calaway throws Adrian Street to ringside
Mark Calaway leaves the ring
The referee begins counting the competitors out
Adrian Street counters by fighting back
Mark Calaway blocked the double knee lift
The referee reaches the halfway point of his count
And just look at Street wail away on Calaway with a flurry of punches
The referee is almost ready to count both competitors out
Uh-Oh!! Adrian Street is searching for that...Yes! He's got that weapon!!!
The referee warns that that was illegal
Both competitors return to the ring before they are counted out
Adrian Street hit the repeated european uppercuts
And just look at Street wail away on Calaway with a flurry of punches
Adrian Street hit the double knee lift
Adrian Street has got Calaway's arm locked in that straddled arm bar...that looks painful
Adrian Street applied the inside toe hold
And Street starts grinding his forearm into Calaway's shoulder
Adrian Street has got Calaway's arm locked in that straddled arm bar...that looks painful
Adrian Street applied the inside toe hold
Calaway is trapped in a head and straight arm lock
Mark Calaway moved and the angel press missed!
I've heard of plastic surgery - but this is going too far!
The referee warns that that was illegal
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
Mark Calaway stops to acknowledge the fans at ringside
Mark Calaway throws Adrian Street to ringside
Mark Calaway leaves the ring
The referee begins counting the competitors out
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
Adrian Street easily blocked the ring apron face slam
The referee reaches the halfway point of his count
Mark Calaway hit the running clothesline
The referee is almost ready to count both competitors out
Mark Calaway gets into the ring
Mark Calaway leaves the ring
Adrian Street recovers and stands up
The referee begins counting the competitors out
Adrian Street easily blocked the ringside table face smash
Calaway levels Street with a big roundhouse punch!!
The referee reaches the halfway point of his count
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street from behind
The referee is almost ready to count both competitors out
Adrian Street moved and the microphone cord choke out missed!
Both competitors return to the ring before they are counted out
Mark Calaway slipped out of the rope arm tie punch flurry
Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street into the ropes
Mark Calaway hit the lariat clothesline
The referee begins the count
1!
2!
Kick out!
Mark Calaway is bodyslamming Adrian Street!! OH! Talk about a thunderous slam!!
The running elbow drop is right on target and Street is in serious trouble
The referee begins the count
1!
2!
Kick out!
The the claw was countered into a forearm blow
Mark Calaway easily broke the head scissors leg lock T.D.
Mark Calaway hit the choke throw
Mark Calaway hit the falling fistdrop to forehead
A stalemate happens as neither competitor can take the advantage
Adrian Street broke the grounded iron claw
When we say Adrian Street is having his way with Calaway, we sure mean it! Street kisses Calaway!!!
Mark Calaway slipped out of the rope arm tie punch flurry
Adrian Street easily slipped out of the DDT
Mark Calaway easily broke the head scissors leg lock T.D.
The giant choke was countered into a short arm knee lift
We've got a pier-6 brawl, ladies and gentlemen...Street with a punch flurry!
Mark Calaway counters by reversing on Adrian Street
Mark Calaway hit the corner clothesline
Adrian Street broke the grounded iron claw by reaching the ropes
Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street into the ropes
Adrian Street easily rushed the giant big boot
Uh-Oh! Mark Calaway is helpless in those ropes...Street takes advantage!!
The referee is furious at that breach of the rules
Mark Calaway easily broke the arm scissors with arm bar
Mark Calaway hit the snake eyes
A stalemate happens as neither competitor can take the advantage
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
The press slam was countered into a forearm blow
The the kiss of death was countered into a big roundhouse punch
Mark Calaway picks up Adrian Street
Adrian Street easily blocked the big bear hug
Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street into the ropes
Adrian Street easily rushed the sidewalk slam
Mark Calaway easily broke the head scissors leg lock T.D.
And just look at Calaway wail away on Street with a flurry of punches
Whew! Adrian Street narrowly escapes that claw attempt!
Adrian Street hit the double knee lift
Adrian Street applied the spinning toe hold
The referee checks the submission
It seems to be locked in!
Will this be it?
It's still locked in!
No, there is the escape!
The the kiss of death was countered into a big roundhouse punch
The cross knee back breaker was countered into a low blow
Adrian Street picks up Mark Calaway from behind
Mark Calaway counters by reversing on Adrian Street
Adrian Street broke the corner punch flurry
The punch flurry was countered into a punch
Adrian Street moved and the running big boot missed!
Mark Calaway easily broke the head scissors leg lock T.D.
The fans cheer for Mark Calaway, trying to get him to take it up a level
Street is dazed.....The running elbow is right on target!
Whew! Adrian Street narrowly escapes that claw attempt!
Mark Calaway blocked the double knee lift
A stalemate happens as neither competitor can take the advantage
Mark Calaway easily broke the head scissors leg lock T.D.
Adrian Street moved and the mad man clothesline missed!
When we say Adrian Street is having his way with Calaway, we sure mean it! Street kisses Calaway!!!
Mark Calaway counters by reversing on Adrian Street
The fans cheer for Mark Calaway, trying to get him to take it up a level
Mark Calaway hit the corner clothesline
Adrian Street moved and the seated hammer missed!
The punch flurry was countered into a punch
Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street into the ropes
Mark Calaway hit the spinebuster
Mark Calaway stops to acknowledge the fans at ringside
Adrian Street broke the grounded iron claw by reaching the ropes
The lariat clothesline was countered into a punch
Street takes Calaway down to the mat and clamps on the single leg scissors lock!!!
Mark Calaway easily broke the arm scissors with arm bar
The top ring rope drop was countered into a kick to gut
The the kiss of death was countered into a big roundhouse punch
Adrian Street is busted open
The grounded iron claw was countered into a low blow
The referee was not happy with that move
Mark Calaway easily broke the spinning toe hold
Adrian Street easily slipped out the back of the press slam
Mark Calaway counters by reversing on Adrian Street
Mark Calaway unleashes a vicious flurry of punch combos!
The grounded iron claw was countered into a low blow
The referee was not happy with that move
Mark Calaway easily broke the arm scissors with arm bar
Mark Calaway whips Adrian Street into the ropes
The lariat clothesline was countered into a low blow
Mark Calaway moved and the angel press missed!
The grounded iron claw was countered into a low blow
The referee was not happy with that move
Adrian Street picks up Mark Calaway
Street takes Calaway down to the mat and clamps on the single leg scissors lock!!!
The referee checks the submission
It seems to be locked in!
Will this be it?
A short struggle ends with the escape!
We've got a pier-6 brawl, ladies and gentlemen...Street with a punch flurry!
When we say Adrian Street is having his way with Calaway, we sure mean it! Street kisses Calaway!!!
Mark Calaway counters by reversing on Adrian Street
Mark Calaway hit the corner clothesline
The fans rally behind Mark Calaway, trying to get him fired up
A stalemate happens as neither competitor can take the advantage
Adrian Street easily blocked the face slam into mat
Adrian Street moved and the seated hammer missed!
Street takes Calaway down to the mat and clamps on the single leg scissors lock!!!
The referee checks the submission
It seems to be locked in!
Will this be it?
A short struggle ends with the escape!
Adrian Street hit the double knee lift
Mark Calaway moved and the angel press missed!
Whew! Adrian Street narrowly escapes that claw attempt!
When we say Adrian Street is having his way with Calaway, we sure mean it! Street kisses Calaway!!!
Mark Calaway easily broke the head scissors leg lock T.D.
Mark Calaway hit the DDT
The referee begins the count
1!
2!
Kick out just after two!
Whew! Adrian Street narrowly escapes that claw attempt!
The punch flurry was countered into a knock out punch
The referee begins the count
1!
2!
This could be it!
The referee's hand starts coming down
3!

The fans start a chant of "That was awesome"
Match Time
: 34:20
Match Rating: A*

House Show Results

Ken Lucas defeated Tony Falk
Jimmy Golden defeated Bill Dundee to retain the Southeastern Brass Knuckles title
Mike Rotundo went to a double DQ with Jacques Rougeau
Mark Calaway defeated Adrian Street
Austin Idol defeated Boris Zhukov

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That seemed to be where he was headed, in the other game, as well. My boy Bret seems to need some work, before he can become the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. I won't be able to pick up the game until later this month (my Wrestlemania road trip ran up higher expenses than anticipated, but was totally worth it), but I'm going to immediately start my own Hitman diary, to take matters into my own hands.

Granted, I'll be fairly new to the game, so I'll probably just accellerate the losing, but still....

It will take some getting used to, with this incarnation, as I didn't follow it when it was running. Hopefully, I can get up to speed quickly.

Cheers!
I wish I was there. I just don't have the time or money to go to one of these yet. My brother went to the Royal Rumble in '92 when it was in Providence, RI. That's the one in which Undertaker lost the casket match to Yokozuma.
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By the way, what sizes are the major companies, in this game world?
Here's how the companies in the USA are currently:

Cult
AWA
GCW
MACW
WCCW
WWF

Regional
Central States
CWA
CWF
MSW
PNW
WWC (Puerto Rico)

Small
DCW
GLOW
HCW
SECW
SWCW

Local
PPW (Hawaii)

Here are the ones in Canada are:

Regional
CSW
IWA
MLW

Small
ASW
AGPW

Here's how the ones in the UK are:

National
JPUK

Regional
ASWUK

Here are the ones in Japan are:

Cult
AJPW
NJPW

Regional
AJW

Small
UWF

And finally, here are the ones in Mexico are:

National
EMLL

Regional
UWA
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Wednesday

AWA
: Ricky Morton defeated Steve Regal to retain the AWA Light Heavyweight title
AWA: Jesse Ventura defeated The Masked Superstar to win the AWA Television title
AWA: King Kong Brody and The Hulkster defeated Duncum and Hawk
AWA: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Ted DiBiase to retain the AWA World Heavyweight title
WCCW: David & Kerry Von Erich defeated Subbacultcha to retain the WCCW American Tag Team titles
WCCW: Don Kernodle defeated Jake Roberts to retain the WCCW American Heavyweight title
GCW: Jos Leduc defeated The Great Kabuki to retain the National Television title
GCW: Buzz Sawyer defeated Ole Anderson to retain the National Heavyweight title
GCW: Orton and Jack Brisco defeated Spoiler and Rich
AJW: The Wild Riders defeated The Perfect Criminals to win the All-Japan Womens Tag Team titles
AJW: Kyoto Inoue defeated Seiko Honawa to retain the All-Japan Junior Womens title
UWA: Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Rayo de Jalisco Jr to retain the UWA World Junior Lightweight title
UWA: El Halcon defeated Villano III to win the UWA World Middleweight title

Akira Hokuto extends deal with AJW
Chavo Guerrero Sr extends deal with AJPW
Jimmy Hart extends deal with CWA


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Thursday

EMLL
: Lizmark defeated Fishman to retain the NWA World Lightweight title
NJPW: Dynamite Kid defeated Isamu Teranishi to retain the WWF Junior Heavyweight title
UWA: Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Solar to retain the UWA World Junior Lightweight title
ASWUK: Steven Regal defeated Rocky Moran to retain the British Commonwealth Middleweight title
ASWUK: Mal Sanders defeated Wayne Bridges to retain the World Heavyweight Title title

Hidekazu Tanaka extends deal with NJPW
El Audaz extends deal with UWA
Jesse Barr extends deal with PNW
Buster Brody extends deal with SWCW
Masahiro Chono gone from UWF
Ron Starr gone from WWC

NJPW rise to national size
NJPW gain new TV show
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Excellent match with Street. I don't think I've ever seen a WS match with so many counters. Heck, it even ended with a counter.

Since I haven't been following this one, would you mind posting your popularity levels, and possibly your stats, so I have an idea how far you've come? I'm really interested in big Mark's progression, so that would be greatly appreciated.

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I wish I was there. I just don't have the time or money to go to one of these yet. My brother went to the Royal Rumble in '92 when it was in Providence, RI. That's the one in which Undertaker lost the casket match to Yokozuma.
I should clarify that my Wrestlemania road trip wasn't to Pheonix. It was to Toronto, where my two boyhood best friends live. We watched the PPV on their projection screen. Good times, but the strip club the night before ran up a large tab.

I'm really hoping they bring the big show back to Toronto soon. They're apparantly considering it for 2012, which would be terrific. I'm going to start saving money now, so that by the time the event does come back to the great white north, I can get some prime seats.

Cheers!
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Excellent match with Street. I don't think I've ever seen a WS match with so many counters. Heck, it even ended with a counter.

Since I haven't been following this one, would you mind posting your popularity levels, and possibly your stats, so I have an idea how far you've come? I'm really interested in big Mark's progression, so that would be greatly appreciated.
I usually put his popularity levels and his w/l records at the end of each month, along with the followed wrestler's w/l records, so that will be coming very shortly since I am heading into the last weekend of the month.

I also usually put the skills of Mark, and HBK's as well, at the halfway mark and the end of the year but I can put those at the end of each month as well without any trouble since I jot them down after each month. I'm sure that you would like to see the skills of Bret as well, so I will follow his progression too.

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Awesome. You're so good to us.
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Default week 4, April 1985 - Friday


Pacific Northwest Wrestling

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Big Time Wrestling (TV)



Mark Calaway

vs.

Matt Borne

steel cage - 60 minute time limit

blow-by-blow

Mark Calaway hit the kick to gut
And that'll slow you down in a hurry! Borne took that shot right in the throat
Mark Calaway whips Matt Borne into the ropes
Mark Calaway hit the clothesline
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
And that'll slow you down in a hurry! Borne took that shot right in the throat
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
Mark Calaway hit the headbutt
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
The big man picks him up in a suplex and...OH, Borne is dropped to the mat!
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
Mark Calaway whips Matt Borne into the ropes
Mark Calaway hit the big boot
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
Mark Calaway hit the kick to gut
And that'll slow you down in a hurry! Borne took that shot right in the throat
Calaway grabs the head of Borne...and SLAMS Borne's head right into the mat!
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
Mark Calaway hit the kick to gut
Mark Calaway hit the arm wringer smash
The crowd start a chant for Mark Calaway
Mark Calaway hit the toss to corner
Matt Borne easily blocked the pillar to post buckle smash
Mark Calaway hit the turnbuckle smash
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
The crowd senses that Mark Calaway has the momentum, and are going crazy for him
Mark Calaway hit the kick to gut
Mark Calaway whips Matt Borne into the ropes
That's some high elevation! Calaway with a backdrop and Borne is flat on his back!
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
And that'll slow you down in a hurry! Borne took that shot right in the throat
The crowd senses that Mark Calaway has the momentum, and are going crazy for him
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
Mark Calaway hit the running clothesline
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
Matt Borne easily blocked the throat thrust
Mark Calaway hit the headbutt
Mark Calaway picks up Matt Borne
The crowd start a chant for Mark Calaway
Calaway levels Borne with a big roundhouse punch!!
Matt Borne counters by fighting back
Matt Borne hit the punch
The forearm blow didn't seem to faze Mark Calaway, who just stood there and glared at Matt Borne
Mark Calaway blocked the knee to gut
Mark Calaway slipped out of the hammerlock knee drive to gut
And just look at Calaway wail away on Borne with a flurry of punches
Mark Calaway waits as Matt Borne stands
A stalemate happens as neither competitor can take the advantage
Mark Calaway whips Matt Borne into the ropes
The lariat clothesline was countered into a bodyslam
Mark Calaway suddenly sits up, then stands
Matt Borne hit the punch
Matt Borne applied the front facelock
The crowd is really on the case of Matt Borne, loving that his momentum has stalled
Matt Borne hit the dropkick
Mark Calaway suddenly sits up, then stands
Matt Borne hit the kick to gut
Matt Borne hit the punch
Mark Calaway easily broke the hammerlock drive
And that'll slow you down in a hurry! Borne took that shot right in the throat
Mark Calaway whips Matt Borne into the ropes
A stalemate happens as neither competitor can take the advantage
The lariat clothesline was countered into a dropkick
Mark Calaway suddenly sits up, then stands
And Borne begins getting the crowd into it!
Matt Borne hit the roundhouse punch
And just look at Borne wail away on Calaway with a flurry of punches
And Borne begins getting the crowd into it!
Mark Calaway slipped out of the repeated arm whips
Whew! Matt Borne narrowly escapes that claw attempt!
Matt Borne hit the punch
The fans are really starting to get riled up, folks
Mark Calaway moved and the roundhouse punch missed!
Matt Borne easily slipped out of the big bear hug
And just look at Borne wail away on Calaway with a flurry of punches
Matt Borne hit the inverted atomic drop
The fans boo Matt Borne, wanting to see him take, not give, punishment
Mark Calaway easily broke the hammerlock drive
Matt Borne broke the DDT
Matt Borne hit the roundhouse punch
And just look at Borne wail away on Calaway with a flurry of punches
Mark Calaway easily broke the inverted atomic drop
Matt Borne counters by reversing on Mark Calaway
The punch didn't seem to faze Mark Calaway, who just stood there and glared at Matt Borne
Matt Borne hit the DDT
He is trying to escape
Could this be the end?
He is getting closer!
He is almost there!
He hits the floor!

The fans boo, unhappy after a dull match
Match Time
: 12:40
Match Rating: D

TV Show Results

Jesse Barr defeated Dean Malenko
Don Running Bear defeated Dizzy Ed Hogan
Joe Malenko defeated Dr.Tom Prichard to win the PNW Television title
Adrian Adonis defeated Buddy Rose
Matt Borne defeated Mark Calaway

Last edited by captainlou : 04-03-2010 at 07:15 PM.
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