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SPW Wrestling in the South


May 1, 1920

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The show was opened by a speech from promoter Don Loomis who again thanked the crowd for joining them in showcasing the greatest athletes and freaks the world had ever seen..


Joe Boone vs Friedrich Herzog
• The fiery youngster Joe Boone starts off the show with his opponent, the German brute Friedrich Herzog. Both men are debuting in the new era. This is shaping up to be an excellent slobberknocker between the two former boxers. The first punch of the match is thrown by Boone who immediately ducks from Herzog’s oversized fists. A quick 1-2 sequence of liver shots sends the German reeling. Just when Boone is about to go for the head, a huge fist knocks him into the turn buckle. Herzog is back and he is livid! A quick punch to the gut brings Boone to his knees. As Herzog brings the axe handle down on the back of Boone’s head, Boone rolls through and dodges the attack! The crowd goes wild at this sight. As the confused German turns around, a flurry of quick shots meets his head, and he is down! Boone gets the 1-2-3! Boone has felled the German monster in an impressive showing!
Winner: Joe Boone


Leroy Emerson vs Sir Anthony Henry
• The second bout of the evening was between Sir Anthony Henry and the young upstart Leroy Emerson. At the last event, Leroy lost to Emilio Suarez, while Henry was embarrassed by Daniel Loiselle in a showcase of technicians. The match opens up with a test of strength between the two. Just as Emerson was putting on the pressure on Sir Henry, Henry rolls him up and applies an armbar. Just as suddenly as he rolled Emerson up, Henry lets go of him, stands up, and mouths off to the crowd. The man is toying with the kid! An angry Emerson rushes Henry only to be tripped up into the ropes. As the crowd boos the arrogant Englishman, Henry rolls over the young man and immediately puts him in a tight headlock. Having no other escape and a diminishing supply of air, Emerson taps! Henry’s still got it!
Winner: Sir Anthony Henry


Roy Ware vs Saita Kuroki
• The second-to-last matchup was between lumberjack Roy Ware and man mountain Saita Kuroki. Ware was defeated in his debut by Oscar Sampson. Seeking to turn his fortune around, the woodsman is hoping that Kuroki’s loss last month gave him enough of a drop in confidence for Ware to snatch a victory here. The crowd always loves it when a specimen like Saita enters the ring, and today was no different after Saita’s roar is met by the roar of the crowd. Just when the bell rings, the large, but comparatively smaller man, Roy Ware rushes the giant. Saita just looks at him perplexed and lets out an annoyed roar, only to be met by Ware’s fist. This further enrages the beast who promptly body-tackles the flabby woodsman, sending him to the floor. The crowd eats the showcase of big men eagerly, clapping and hollering at Saita. In an act of dominance, Saita picks his large opponent up and bodyslams him to the ground, getting the pinfall victory in an impressive showcase of power.
Winner: Saita Kuroki


Daniel Loiselle vs Emilio Suarez
• Finally, it is time for the main event between Daniel Laisolle and high-flier Emilio Suarez. Both Laisolle and Suarez are off wins here, so they’ll be seeking to prove their dominance in the SPW. As the bell rings, Laisolle seeks to hook Suarez’s arm in order to get him into a submission. However, Suarez is too fast and quickly runs in circles around the Canadian hero. A kick to the gut follows and Laisolle is out of breath when Suarez hits him with a clothesline, putting him on the ground. Suarez drops a knee on Laisolle’s face and the crowd gasps! Surely Laisolle’s broken his nose! As Suarez hits the ropes again to gain some momentum for his next knee drop, Laisolle quickly trips him and hooks the leg for a half-crab! Suarez tries to wriggle his way out, when an irate Laisolle tightens the grip, almost bending the Mexican in half! In anguish, Suarez taps out and gives Laisolle the victory.
Winner: Daniel Loiselle



• The crowd of 88 had never seen anything like that match before! They admired Laisolle’s fortitude and skills, going home in good spirits as they promised themselves that they wouldn’t miss the next round of bouts.


The second show was an even bigger success, further fueling Loomis and Norris’ ambitions. They had to add more bodies to the promotion, and create bigger stars.
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Thank you for your comments, guys! They've been very supportive and have motivated me to keep this diary going.
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Third Show

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Saita Kuroki vs Sir Anthony Henry

Leroy Emerson vs Roy Ware

Daniel Loiselle vs Friedrich Herzog

Joe Boone vs Levi Andrews
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Awesome show, I loved it! Your match writing is really good. I want more shows☺

Saita Kuroki vs Sir Anthony Henry

Leroy Emerson vs Roy Ware

Daniel Loiselle vs Friedrich Herzog

Joe Boone vs Levi Andrews
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Even More Signings:
Adding more bodies to the promotion, Southern Pro Wrestling signed two more fresh workers.

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Hubert Hartman: Hailing from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, former boxer turned heads in professional wrestling communities with his chiseled body, further complemented with his excellent brawling skills.

Ericson Baird: In a controversial decision for its time and locality, Southern Pro Wrestling hired their first African-American wrestler. Baird is an amateur wrestler who used to tussle with the top in New York. He is known for his ability to get the crowd behind him during the course of his matches.
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Yes!! more wrestling! I would like to see them on action. By the way did you make that logo?
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Yes!! more wrestling! I would like to see them on action. By the way did you make that logo?
Hahahaha. I wish, man! But, no, the logos were included with the mod.
Here's a link to it: http://www.greydogsoftware.com/forum...d.php?t=533960
It's an amazing mod and I recommend you try it.
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I agree the mod is awesome. Thanks for the link!
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SPW Wrestling in the South


June 5, 1920

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SPW owner Don Loomis welcomes the crowd and hypes up tonight’s round of matches.


Saita Kuroki vs Sir Anthony Henry
- The show is kicks off Saita Kuroki against Sir Anthony Henry, who after his victory last month, boldly asked Loomis for a bigger challenge. Loomis obliged him by granting him a round in the ring with the Japanese mountain Saita Kuroki.
Henry pretends to be unfazed by Saita’s size until Saita roars at him, prompting Henry to flee to the outside. As Saita follows him outside, Henry tries to trip Saita, which just enrages the monster. Saita grabs Henry by the hair and pushes Henry into the ring! Henry scrambles to the corner as Saita lumbers onto the ring. Just when Saita is about to pick a reluctant Henry up, Henry pokes him in the eye! The crowd yell at the referee for the instant disqualification, but the referee doesn’t see it! Henry knew the referee couldn’t see in front of Saita! Seizing the opportunity, Henry puts the giant in a tight headlock. After an agonizing minute, the Saita taps! Henry just beat the most fearsome monster in the world!


Winner: Sir Anthony Henry


Leroy Emerson vs Roy Ware
- Young upstart Leroy Emerson faces the larger Roy Ware next. Emerson is looking to rehab after his loss against Sir Henry, and so is Ware, who has lost two matches straight and really needs the win if he wants to progress his professional wrestling career.
The match kicks off with Ware tackling Emerson to the ground. Emerson tries to rush him but merely glances off the flabby lumberjack’s belly. Ware beats at his chest and tells Emerson to come at him again. Emerson rushes him again and is bumped away just like before. Now, Ware decides to make a move. He saunters over to the smaller man and kicks him in the chest, sending Emerson to the floor. He flexes for the booing crowd, then goes to pick Emerson up. Just as the big man puts the smaller man on his shoulders, Emerson connects with a big punch! Ware is down! 1! 2! 3! Emerson just pinned Ware! David has beaten goliath!

Winner: Leroy Emerson


Daniel Loiselle vs Friedrich Herzog
- Canadian hero Danielle Loiselle squares off against the German brute Friedrich Herzog. Loiselle wants to stick to his winning ways, while the brute seeks to upend the fan-favorite in a bid to reach the top of the SPW summit.
The fight starts with a lock-up between the two. Herzog easily overpowers Daniel and throws him across the ring. Daniel quickly gets on his feet and tackles the German to the ground. The brute starts lighting up Daniel with a series of punches and Daniel does his best to block them. Herzog picks Daniel up and slams hi to the ground, but only gets a two. Daniel tries to grab hold of a limb, looking for an opening, but the German strongman’s limbs are too wide to latch on to. A kick keeps Daniel from finding any openings and sends him reeling. Daniel utilizes his quicker speed and runs the rope before hitting Herzog with a crossbody! A quick transition to the half-crab makes the brute tap! Daniel adds another victory to his list!

Winner: Daniel Loiselle


Joe Boone vs Levi Andrews
- Former boxer Joe Boone fights the charismatic Australian Levi Andrews. Andrews was last seen stealing the victory from Saita Kuroki in a cowardly display, while Joe got his last victory in a heroic fashion against Friedrich Herzog. The crowd will be, of course, on the side of Boone as Andrews is absolutely hated among the locals here in Jackson, Mississippi.
The booing is loud from right when Andrews enters the ring. It is even louder during the introductions. Joe is the first to rush Andrews who avoids him by rolling out to the ring. Andrews yells to the crowd that he doesn’t want to be punched into looking like the Southerners in attendance today. This causes further jeers from the crowd which then turn into cheers when Boone exits the ring and runs towards an unsuspecting Andrews. A clothesline sends the Australian to the floor. The referee starts counting to 20. Joe grabs Andrews and tries to push him towards the ring, but Andrews is reluctant and keeps falling to the floor. When Joe tries to pick the coward Australian up, Andrews pulls him forward and trips him up, causing Joe’s face to smash against the floor, knocking him out! Andrews quickly enters the ring and gets the count out victory! Andrews cheats his way to an undeserved victory again! The crowd of 92 boos Andrews all the way to the back as he blows kisses to them.

Winner: Levi Andrews

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July Show

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Emilio Suarez vs Joe Boone

Friedrich Herzog vs Leroy Emerson

Ericson Baird vs Hubert Hartman

Levi Andrews vs Oscar Sampson

Daniel Loiselle vs Sir Anthony Henry
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This is REALLY awesome; I love the way the matches feel era-appropriate!

Boone
Emerson
Baird
Levi
Daniel
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Emilio Suarez vs Joe Boone

Friedrich Herzog vs Leroy Emerson

Ericson Baird vs Hubert Hartman

Levi Andrews vs Oscar Sampson

Daniel Loiselle vs Sir Anthony Henry
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Hey, guys. So, I've decided to kind of cut back on doing extensive descriptions of the undercard matches. I feel like if I put that much thought into the minor matches, I'd start to burn myself out or run out of ideas, risking turning this diary repetitive. In compensation, I've decided to add more flavor and detail to the main event.

However, I feel like if I don't really write about many of the developing undercard workers, we won't have much connection to them. So, I'm going to ask you guys which match you want highlighted in the prediction keys, and I'll do a detailed write-up of that match along with the main event.

I'm sorry for this, but I found myself to be getting kind of jaded with writing the same sequences and matches over and over. I hope you find this new format even better, and don't worry, the world is still young, so we'll be observing new styles and workers as the years progress!
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The first show format is the best format!
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The first show format is the best format!
Yeah, I think the first show does a great job of getting everything across while being quick and easy to read.
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