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FROM: Richard Eisen (richardeisen@swf.com)
TO: The Grand Avatar (mysteriousavatar1@mailwhizz.com)

This is Richard Eisen, owner of the Supreme Wrestling Federation™.

I've been assured this arrangement will be worth the hassle of corresponding with you in this fashion, rather than meeting with you in person. This is all rather unorthodox, but Jerry is quite sure you're the man to fill the void and get this company back where it belongs, on top. But make no mistake - I want results and I want them quickly.

With that said, I have some requests of you before you start work tomorrow. Firstly, I expect you to be careful with my money (this should go without saying). Any transactions go through me and while I'm willing to support my company, I won't be pouring money down the drain. Second, for the time being, I expect you to keep this company on an even keel - not just financially but in stature. I'm sure you understand, this is a pivotal period of time in the wrestling business. This company has been a national staple and I expect it to stay that way. So don't do anything stupid.

In regards to talent, I trust that you have your own ideas and that's what you've been hired for. The contract release of Captain Atomic has been taken care of. However, I do have a couple of recommendations that I trust you will take on board. Over the next two years, I want you to turn Frederique Antonio Garcia into a main event talent. He's been with this company for a decade now and I think it's time he got his shot. Heck of a body. Longer term, I see big things in this kid Mikey Lau. Make sure you keep him front of mind. Give it two/three years and he should be in a position to contribute higher up the card.

You're free to sign new talent, provided you spend my money wisely. I have just three demands. None of those 'mixed martial artists'. We're Sports Entertainment, not cage fighting and I've been lead to believe fighters are rather self-interested, headstrong negotiators. Besides, we have Lau for that kind of thing. Steer clear of anyone with problems outside of the ring. And thirdly, focus on new stars. Anyone over the age of 45, forget it. No nostalgia acts. We're not USPW.

My son Jerry will largely be corresponding with you from this point onwards, keeping you up to date with what you need to know. He's more for this e-mail thing than I am. However, should any problems arise, I will be in touch.

I look forward to working with you and taking this company new, greater heights.

Richard Eisen
Owner of the Supreme Wrestling Federation™.
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Show Directory

2016
SWF Supreme TV - JAN WEEK 1 (Plum Park, Tri State)
SWF Supreme TV - JAN WEEK 2 (The Dust Bowl, South East)
SWF When Hell Freezes Over - JAN WEEK 2 (Great Lakes)

SWF Supreme TV - JAN WEEK 3 (Utah Park Reservation, South West)
SWF Supreme TV - JAN WEEK 4 (Isaak Road Arena, Mid Atlantic)
SWF Supreme TV - FEB WEEK 1 (Mayor Street Arena, New England)
SWF Supreme TV - FEB WEEK 2 (Illinois State Park, Great Lakes)
SWF Nothing To Lose - FEB WEEK 2 (Mid West)

SWF Supreme TV - FEB WEEK 3 (South East)
SWF Supreme TV - FEB WEEK 4 (Mid South)
SWF Supreme TV - MAR WEEK 1 (Mid West)
SWF Supreme TV - MAR WEEK 2 (North West)
SWF Awesome Impact - MAR WEEK 2 (South West)

SWF Supreme TV - MAR WEEK 3 (Plum Park, Tri State)
SWF Supreme TV - MAR WEEK 4 (Great Lakes)
SWF Supreme TV - APR WEEK 1 (Mid Atlantic)
SWF Supreme TV - APR WEEK 2 (Mid West)
SWF The World Is Watching - APR WEEK 2 (Mid West)

SWF Supreme TV - APR WEEK 3 (Great Lakes)
SWF Supreme TV - APR WEEK 4 (New England)
SWF Supreme TV - MAY WEEK 1 (South East)
SWF Supreme TV - MAY WEEK 2 (Great Lakes)
SWF Master Of Puppets - MAY WEEK 2 (New Hampshire Garden, New England)

SWF Supreme TV - MAY WEEK 3 (Tri State)
SWF Supreme TV - MAY WEEK 4 (Mid Atlantic)
SWF Supreme TV - JUN WEEK 1 (New England)
SWF Supreme TV - JUN WEEK 2 (Ontario, Canada)
SWF Times Of Trouble - JUN WEEK 2 (Great Lakes)

SWF Supreme TV - JUN WEEK 3 (Quebec, Canada)
SWF Supreme TV - JUN WEEK 4 (Mid West)
SWF Supreme TV - JUL WEEK 1 (Tri State)
SWF Supreme TV - JUL WEEK 2 (Tri State)
SWF The Supreme Challenge 36 - JUL WEEK 2 (New England)

SWF Supreme TV - JUL WEEK 3 (Victoria Royal Athletic Park, British Columbia, Canada)


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Magazine/Website Features

SWF Magazine - April 2016 Edition - "The Awesomeness - Awesome Is Everything"
SWF Magazine - May 2016 Edition - "Personality Profile With... The Legion Of Liberty"
SWF.com, Wednesday May W2 - The most beautiful women in wrestling get UGLY
SWF Magazine - June 2016 Edition - "The Race To The Top - A Pursuit Of Fame, Fortune... And Singles Gold"
SWF Magazine - July 2016 Edition - "Spencer Spade - A Supreme Star Is Born?"
SWF.com, Wednesday Jul W2 - The Supreme Challenge 36 Preview

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Cool, another SWF Diary. The owner goals, you have been given seem to be interesting yet mostly sensible.

I do have one question however, why the hell did you release Captain Atomic?
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I liked the way you used the owner goals. Cool start. But yeah hopefully Atomic will go to USPW and thrive just to spite you.
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Jerry Eisen ATTN: Need your input

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FROM: Jerry Eisen (jerryeisen@swf.com)
TO: The Grand Avatar (mysteriousavatar1@mailwhizz.com)

We've got a couple of situations here that I need to run by you before the show gets going. My brother and Joe Sexy got into things earlier in the day, the boys seem to think that Eric was the one who instigated things. I don't know what was said, Eric doesn't seem too talkative all of a sudden (that makes a change), but luckily nothing much came of the fight.

Seems like Big Smack was starting some trouble too with Bekowski, things didn't get physical but Big Smack was definitely running his mouth. Welcome to the company

I don't know if the boys are taking liberties with this new arrangement thinking they can push their luck, or maybe it's something of nothing. Either way lemme know how you want them both dealt with and we'll get right on it.

Another day in paradise

Jerry
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Cool, another SWF Diary. The owner goals, you have been given seem to be interesting yet mostly sensible.

I do have one question however, why the hell did you release Captain Atomic?
I didn't have plans on using him. And USPW do infact sign him.
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SWF SUPREME TV - JAN WEEK 1
(Plum Park - Newark, New Jersey; 15,000 in attendance [SELLOUT])
9.93 Rating - 7,454,740 viewers

After a new, updated for 2016 opening video package played and the camera had panned the crowd, our announce team of Duane Fry and Emma Chase welcomed us to the first edition of Supreme TV of the new year, with two major happenings to kick 2016 off. Ahead of their shots at the SWF World Title in the triple threat match with Remo in nine days time, Angry Gilmore and Rogue would get a chance to build momentum as they go one on one in a rematch from Supreme Challenge 35. (B-) Plus, live tonight, the long awaited return of the six time World Champion, the one and only Jack Bruce. (B)

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The Awesomeness vs. Steven Parker and Brett Biggins
Our first contest of the year sees the World Tag Team Champions in action, rocking their brand new 'Awesome Is Everything' t-shirts on their way to the ring. Their opponents were a makeshift combination, although Biggins has plenty of tag team experience and Parker is a rising star in his own right. Tag team experience would win out though as The Awesomeness were able to hold off Parker's attempts at a comeback and turn the tides with a kick from the apron by Stardust, catching Parker in the back of the head. Dazed, Parker was then easy pickings for the Shock And Awe from the champions, picking up another victory.

Winners: The Awesomeness, by pinfall, 6:26
(C)

As The Awesomeness celebrate after the match, Emma hypes their recent run, confident that this was the beginning of a star making run as champions. (D+)
With Jack Bruce's return still to come, highlights were shown of some of his Greatest Hits, starting with his first SWF World Championship victory, when he defeated Runaway Train back in August of 2007. (B-)

Standing by backstage, Ana Garcia was with one of the number one contenders to the World Title, Rogue. Rogue's attentions were firmly on Angry Gilmore, the man who took the World Championship away from him. How fitting then that he was going to go through Gilmore to get back what he'd worked so hard to attain. Rogue told Gilmore that sure, he might have had his moment in the sun at Supreme Challenge but that was then and now, without that belt, Gilmore might not be an also-ran anymore, but he would be a one-hit wonder. (B-)

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American Machine w/BJ O'Neill vs. Bear Bekowski
The announcers hyped this as a real heavyweight clash, as the animalistic strength of the big Bear squared off with the more refined power of American Machine. For a brief while, it seemed like Bear's aggressive start might overwhelm the Machine, as he beat his opponent down and used some not very pretty but effective offence to keep him there. The Machine soon fought back though and impressed the crowd by getting his larger opponent up for a number of power moves. Bekowski, maybe not used to being thrown around in such a manner, didn't seem to have an answer as the Old Glory got Machine the victory.

Winner: American Machine, via pinfall, 5:24
(D+)

Machine celebrates a hard fought win after the match. (C)
We cut to a video package hyping the World Title match in nine days time between Remo, Rogue and Gilmore. (B)

In another video highlighting some of Jack Bruce's most memorable moments, his victory over Eric Eisen at Supreme Challenge 30, capturing his third and perhaps most important World Title was covered. (B-)

We returned to the ring to find Eric Eisen waiting with microphone in hand, strangely not too put-out at the video everyone just saw. In fact Eric seemed in a great mood as he addressed the crowd and informed them tonight is a night for the history books. Eric claimed that if the Eisen family were known for one thing, it was their giving nature. He would go on to say that not everyone could hold the SWF World Heavyweight Championship, not everyone could be a future Hall Of Famer and certainly not everyone could be an Eisen, but if you were lucky, very lucky, you could say "I beat Eric Eisen". That's because, starting tonight, he was issuing an open challenge to anybody who thought they had what it takes to beat him and skyrocket themselves up the ladder towards super-stardom. (B)

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Eric Eisen vs. Oliver Kobb
First to step up to the plate, Oliver Kobb was also stepping up in class, as was pretty evident in this match. Despite a game effort, Eisen just had too much for Fast Ball and after avoiding a last ditch Kobb move from the second rope, Eisen finally put his first challenger away with The Supremacy.

Winner: Eric Eisen, via pinfall, 4:09
(C-)

Eric would celebrate his win after the match, perhaps more enthusiastically than was warranted. Certainly that's what Duane felt, but Emma disagreed, re-iterating that this was an historic win. (C+)
Backstage, Ana Garcia is standing by, with the former North American Champion, Paul Huntingdon. Clearly agitated, Huntingdon quickly took offence to Ana's line of questioning, insisting that he should still be the champion and his actions in recent weeks were simply to prove that. Huntingdon claimed that Joey Morgan wasn't on his level either culturally, economically or in the ring and when he received his rightful shot at the belt he would prove that, once and for all. (C+)

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Valiant w/Hannah vs. Squeeky McClean
What Squeeky might lack in strength and toughness, he makes up for in savvy and he was savvy enough to know that Valiant was someone to tread lightly against. As such, Squeeky spent a lot of the early going outside of the ring in an effort to cut off Valiant's momentum any time he looked like he had Squeeky in trouble. Valiant was ready for this and able to keep his frustrations in check, but he'd soon have something else to distract from his rhythm, as Brandon James would walk out onto the stage with Krissy Angelle by his side, watching the match with great interest. Whether James appearing was key to this or not, Squeeky found himself in control soon afterwards and looked to wear Valiant down, keeping him on the mat where he couldn't do too much damage. James and Angelle remained on the rampway for the duration, as Valiant would fight back and leave Squeeky reeling. Squeeky showed his resoursefulness to stay in the match and even make a fight of it again by the end. James's stare would grow more and more fixed, as a roll up from Squeeky wasn't enough and after avoiding the Stain Removal, Valiant would hit the V-Split and gain the win.

Winner: Valiant, via pinfall, 12:34
(B)

Brandon James looks on from the top of the ramp with a scowl, returned in kind by Valiant, who's eyes seem set, literally, on Big Money despite the win. (B-)
Another video of Jack Bruce's Greatest Hits focused on him defeating James to win his sixth and most recent SWF World Title at Supreme Challenge 34. (B-)

The next video we would see wasn't quite such a highlight for Jack, as coming back from commercial, a recap of The Crippler putting him out of action with the tombstone on the chair was shown. (B)

After the big build up, the moment finally arrived, as to a huge response, Jack Bruce made his way out to the ring for the first time in four months. Soaking up the adulation of the crowd, Bruce took a while to speak, before thanking everyone for the warm welcome back and saying how much he'd missed being in the ring surrounded by them. Bruce then went on to address the reason he hadn't been around lately, Chris Morrisette. He talked about sitting at home, watching Chris go around calling himself "The Crippler", trying to make a name for himself at the expense of what he did to him and how he understood what was going on. He knew exactly why Chris was trying so hard to make everyone take him seriously. But Bruce explained he already took Chris seriously. He knew the ability and the passion Chris had and it didn't take a tombstone on a chair to prove it, it took eleven plus years of working with the guy, up and down the roads. The crowd saw it too. But Chris had turned his back on them and he'd turned his back on Jack. So now, Bruce said he'd have no problem giving "The Crippler" what he thought he wanted. This was his shot at the big time and there was nobody more big time than Jack Bruce. Bruce announced that the Jack Is Back Tour 2016 started tonight in New Jersey. And at When Hell Freezes Over in nine days time, Jack said he was going to prove that he was better than ever. (B+)

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Jungle Lord vs. Joe Sexy
Joe Sexy had his hands full in this one, as Jungle Lord was typically full of energy and took the fight right to Joe at the start. Sexy's best strategy was to try and calm Jungle Lord down a little which he attempted to do, with only sporadic success. Eventually Sexy found a way to stop even the Jungle Lord, a thumb to the eye, at which point Sexy began to gain some control working the leg and found some time to interact with some of the female fans in the crowd. A little too much fan interaction lead to Jungle climbing off the mat and surprising Sexy with an electric chair drop before picking up the pace again. The match would take a turn late on though, with a little outside interference. With Jungle Lord thrown to the outside, Sexy suddenly seemed eager to fight again and tried to get outside, with the official forced to keep Sexy back. As Sexy pleaded his case, suddenly, from the back appeared The Platinum Blondes, attacking Jungle Lord from behind! Sexy continued to keep the referee tied up as Frederique and Prudence put a swift but harsh beating on Jungle Lord, hurling him into the barricade before Prudence would shove him into a big clothesline from Frederique. The duo would then bundle Jungle Lord back into the ring, the official none the wiser and perfectly willing to count the pin after Sexy hit Jungle Lord with an academic One Night Stand.

Winner: Joe Sexy, via pinfall, 10:52
(C)

If there were any doubts about Sexy's knowledge over The Platinum Blondes involvement, the fact the three celebrated together in the aisle after the match quickly put pay to them, causing the announcers to speculate what this new alliance was all about. (C+)
We go to the back, where The Pain Alliance have commandeered a camera man. Scott explained, angrily, that SWF officials had told them that if they wanted another shot at the Tag Team Titles, they needed to prove they deserve one. Laramee claimed everyone knew that The Pain Alliance were the toughest tag team in SWF history and if the SWF brass wanted proof, then they were going to give them their proof. What followed was footage of The Pain Alliance trawling around the backstage area, grabbing random members of staff or just random passers by and convincing them, under some duress, to state that they were the toughest team in the SWF. Amongst those 'asked' their opinion was Jerry Eisen, who far from being intimidated seemed pretty amused by the whole situation, but did play along so they'd let him be. The Pain Alliance even called into a local convenience store across the street, getting the guy behind the counter to vouch for them as well, before asking what more proof SWF management needed, The Pain Alliance were the toughest team in the SWF, to which the camera man (after being told to) nodded in agreement. (C)

With the main event up next, we find the World Champion Remo backstage, settling down to watch on a monitor in the locker room. (B-)

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Angry Gilmore w/Jessie vs. Rogue
With When Hell Freezes Over nine days away, the two number one contenders had no intention of holding back here, giving it all they had and then some in an all out, exhausting main event. This was the World Championship match at last year's Supreme Challenge and tonight's match evoked memories of that encounter, with big kickouts and caution thrown to the wind from both competitors. As the match wore on, Chase could clearly sense the frustration in Rogue, well aware of what a victory over Gilmore meant to her former charge. Try as he might, Rogue couldn't keep Gilmore down, although in fairness Gilmore couldn't quite put the Brit away either. A Sky High Elbow from Gilmore wasn't enough, but neither was Crashing On from Rogue, leaving him exasperated at the referee. Rogue tried to channel his frustrations into beating Gilmore down rather than letting his focus go, but after all the big moves and signature spots, it was a crafty rollup that sealed the win, as Gilmore would catch Rogue out of nowhere with a schoolboy and keep him down just long enough to get the three.

Winner: Angry Gilmore, via pinfall, 21:04
(B)

Rogue responded about as well as you'd expect and as Gilmore had his hand raised in victory, Rogue would club Gilmore in the back of the head and attack him with stomps, in a clear display of sore losing. Rogue would ignore both the bell being rung and the referee's attempts to get him to stomp, swatting him away. But Rogue wasn't able to swat away the other man who appeared in the ring, as Remo made his way down and levelled Rogue with a clothesline. The crowd would initially cheer this, but it soon became clear that Remo wasn't playing any favourites, as he attacked both Rogue and Gilmore, with both too exhausted to fight back. Gilmore would be hit with a short clothesline as well and Remo was left to stand tall, sending a clear message just over a week away from When Hell Freezes Over. (B-)
OVERALL- B (Show increased popularity in 3 regions)
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That's show one in the books. Here's your first report from the backstage team.

  • Incidents of note
Big Smack and Eric both took their warnings and hopefully that'll be the end of that. Handling them both with kid gloves is probably the wise move.

  • The Positives
BJ and American Machine are pretty good together. We knew that, obviously, but just to clue you in.

Ana Garcia seems to be settling into her gimmick. Having her act as a Diva is a little unconventional, but for some reason it seems to be working. Maybe run with it and see what comes of it? If she's sticking to just doing interviews then changing things up might not be strictly necessary.

Laramee did well in the Pain Alliance skit.

  • The Negatives
Okay, a couple of issues with how the show was laid out, just something to bear in mind going forward. Sexy and Jungle Lord. Having them work a match to work the crowd worked better in theory than practice, especially coming after Jack's promo. And then, the main event. While it definitely got the crowd going, I think telling them to steal the show like that might have been a little counter-productive. It felt like it peaked too early. And while Gilmore can handle that kind of pace, it seemed like it was catching up on Rogue by the end of it.

While Laramee did well in the Pain Alliance deal, Scott wasn't so great. I don't think he's too keen on learning scripts though so you might have to deal with this as you go. Also, working me in with a script didn't go so well. FYI, it's hard to recite lines when Big Smack starts screaming at you mid-sentence.

Parker is going to need a gimmick change at some point, this Franchise Player stuff isn't suiting him, particularly as a babyface.


  • Talent Concerns
I take it by now you've had a chance to look over all the reports we filed on Rhode Island. Well, I hope so, because we've got a bunch of guys and girls wanting to be put on the main roster soon. Spencer Spade, who I'm sure you'll know, and Emmy both want up. Spade is the RIPW Champion though. Masked Patriot, Primus Allen and Kristen Pearce have all made it clear they want to be promoted as well. Let me know if and when you want to call any of them up.

JOJI's contract should be finalised in the next couple of days and he'll be starting up in Rhode Island ASAP.
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[size="4"]I didn't have plans on using him.
I don't have plans for half the guys, I end up signing, but I sign them anyway to keep them away from USPW. You really should have done the same.

In addition getting rid of Captain Atomic causes you to lose a competent Face Tag Team (The Hero Squad) and a upper-card Face (which SWF kinda needs)
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(DARK MATCH: Eric Eisen and Spencer Spade defeated Steven Parker and Oliver Kobb in 6:26 when Eric Eisen defeated Oliver Kobb by pinfall with The Supremacy. (C+))


SWF SUPREME TV - JAN WEEK 2
(The Dust Bowl - Nashville, Tennessee; 14,538 in attendance)
10.43 Rating - 7,823,150 viewers

Emma and Duane welcome us to the Dust Bowl, live, for Supreme TV, where tonight, the three men involved in the triple threat match for the World Title would be facing tune-up matches, two days away from When Hell Freezes Over on PPV. (B)

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Mikey Lau, Jimmy Hernandez and Brett Biggins vs. John Greed, Hollywood Bret Starr and Sammy Smoke
Also taking place at the PPV would be a Supreme Sixway elimination match between competitors looking to break out of the pack in 2016 and tonight would see a preview of that match, in the form of a six man tag. Despite the match on the horizon, the two teams were able to co-exist for tonight, although it was clear each man involved wanted to get the decisive fall and with it, a little momentum. Hernandez would find himself the target of the opposition team for much of the match before a tag to Mikey Lau put them all on the back foot. The match would soon break down with all six men getting involved, three of whom were left outside after a dive by Hernandez. That seemingly cleared the way for the experienced Biggins to finish off Sammy with the B-B-Gun. Unbeknownest to him though, Starr had made a tag and surprised Biggins with the Hollywood Hammer to snatch the victory going into When Hell Freezes Over.

Winner: Greed, Starr and Smoke, via pinfall, 8:03
(C+)

Starr celebrated the win, notably well removed from the rest of his team-mates. Duane claimed that he stole the spotlight tonight, but questioned if that had put a target on his back this Thursday. (C-)
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Rogue vs. Marshall Dillon
The first of the three official warm-up matches tonight pitted Rogue against the big cowboy Marshall Dillon, ensuring Rogue would have his hands full. At first it seemed Rogue was reluctant to even be in the match, but it proved to be a ploy as he suckered Dillon into losing his composure and took advantage. Dillon still had plenty left in the tank and after weathering the Rogue storm, tried to use his power to get back into things. Brains beat out brawn though and Rogue would snap Dillon's neck across the top rope from the apron, setting up Crashing On for the win.

Winner: Rogue, via pinfall, 5:46
(C+)
Standing by with Ana Garcia backstage was The Crippler, with a surly expression on his face. Asked about his match with Jack Bruce in two nights time, The Crippler said he wanted to address the elephant in the room. He knew it, the fans knew it and most importantly of all, Jack knew it- his neck isn't 100%. He claimed that while Jack might have fooled everyone else, he hadn't fooled everybody. While everyone else was listening to Jack putting on a brave front and deluding them into thinking he was back at full strength, he was watching closely for every little movement of the neck, every little grimace that Jack failed to hide. The Crippler said that tonight would be a little preview and that in two days, he'd take care of whatever was left of Jack's neck, turning his comeback tour into a retirement one. (B-)

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Valiant w/Hannah vs. Monty Trescarde
The theme of the night would continue as Valiant would compete knowing that he had an important matchup in two days against his recent rival Brandon James. Valiant seemed pretty focused on the task at hand though as he gave Monty more than he could handle in the early stages. Monty's best tactic was apparently to try and wear Valiant down, but Valiant wasn't in the mood to be kept on the mat and had Monty reeling once more. Well aware that things weren't going his way, Trescarde wouldn't hang around much longer to see what else Valiant would throw at him, deciding to simply walk out of the match and hand Valiant an unsatisfying win via count-out.

Winner: Valiant, via count-out, 6:15
(C-)

Valiant was clearly a little frustrated despite the win, despite Hannah's efforts to point that out to him. Frustration would turn to anger though as he spotted Brandon James walk out onto the stage with Krissy Angelle by his side. With Valiant and James locking eyes, Krissy handled the talking, claiming Valiant got away easy tonight, but wouldn't be so lucky in two days. Pointing out that James had unfinished business with him, Krissy informed Valiant that he'd cost both of them a lot of money and now it was payback time. James would prove why he was deserving of a World Championship opportunity at the PPV and if Valiant's little "wallflower manager" even so much as looked at her funny, she'd take care of her as well. Hannah ignored this threat and tried to make sure Valiant remained calm, as Krissy and James left, the two men still glaring at each other right up until the moment James disappeared backstage. (B-)
The cameras quickly cut to the parking lot, where unannounced, Jack Bruce was arriving at the building. As Jack headed towards the arena, Jerry Eisen had spotted him and ran up to Bruce with a concerned look on his face. Jerry questioned if it was a good idea for Jack to be here, which Jack took exception to, asking Jerry exactly what he meant by that. Jerry tried to explain but Bruce thought the message was clear, Jerry didn't think he was 100%. Unable to hide his concern Jerry said he was just looking out for Jack, but Jack informed him he didn't need to, passing Jerry and walking towards the entrance to the building. (B-)

Back from break, Eric Eisen stood in the middle of the ring, addressing the crowd about the success of his Open Invitational last week. And the good news was, he would be bringing the Invitational to PPV at When Hell Freezes Over. Eisen talked up the "tough battle" he went through in the first match a little too strongly but claimed he saved his best performances for when the lights were on brightest. As Eric continued to talk himself up, he would be interrupted by the music of Steven Parker, which Eric seemed confused about. Parker said that since Eric was offering an opportunity, he was there to take it, drawing a roll of the eyes from Eric. Parker would add that he wasn't just after the opportunity though, he was going to beat Eric. Eisen took exception to that and tried to intimidate the youngster, but clearly Parker was having none of it and shoved Eisen back. Laughing it off, Eric told Parker that he'd just made a big mistake, sarcastically welcoming him to the big leagues before he left the ring. (C-)

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Angry Gilmore w/Jessie vs. Big Smack Scott
Emma Chase claimed that Gilmore had surely drawn the shortest straw here tonight, because Scott certainly wasn't her idea of a warm-up opponent. Sure enough, Scott was here to win and gave Gilmore a rough go of things in this one, testing Gilmore's abilities to the fullest. Gilmore clearly had Scott beat in a straight up wrestling capacity, but the bigman's power was a different story. And Scott clearly had his own point to prove, making a belt motion around his waist more than once while he had Gilmore in a compromising position. Gilmore showed his resilency though, as well as his resourcefulness, first by fighting back into the match and then by drawing Scott into a number of mistakes, outwrestling BSS and eventually catching him with the Anger Management for a tough victory.

Winner: Angry Gilmore, via pinfall, 7:45
(B-)

Gilmore celebrates post match, looking good heading into Thursday night.(B-)
After a commercial break, we saw Jessie returning to the locker room area, pleased at a successful night for her husband. When she entered the Gilmore locker room though, she was brought to a sudden stop with a confused look, as she found someone waiting for her.



Unknown to the crowd, but clearly not to Jessie, the stranger greeted Jessie warmly, but Jessie still seemed confused and asked what she was doing here. Scoffing, the redhead asked if that's really any way to greet her little sis', especially when she was there to offer Jessie her help. And besides, she was getting sick of waiting for Jessie to get her a job or an interview or you know what, even just a reference would have been nice, after all what good is it being a TV star if you're not going to call in some favours and use some of that fame? Clearly the talkative nature of this newcomer was no surprise to Jessie who waited for her to finish, before asking what exactly she means by 'help'. When she began to elaborate, Jessie decided that actually, they should go discuss this somewhere else and escorted her out of the room. (D+)

In the ring, the World Tag Team Champions were stood by. The duo were in high spirits, still glowing from their recent recapturing of the titles. Huey said that people might be expecting them to be focused on their upcoming rematch with The Amazing Bumfholes, but let's face it, that was pretty much a foregone conclusion so why waste people's time talking about it? Instead, Jefferson said they were out there to talk about something more relevant to your desires- them. Quite clearly, in Huey's mind, they were untouchable as the top tag team in the SWF. But, just why were they so good? They could stand there and list off reasons all night, but they had a better idea. Why not give the fans of Tennesse a real musical treat and give them an Awesome performance, a capella? ("That's Spanish for no guitars", Huey informs the crowd). The fans clearly weren't down for this and booed in response, but The Awesomeness didn't seem to notice as they were handed stools from ringside and began to harmonise amongst themselves preparing to perform. Unfortunately, there were a couple of stage crashers on hand, as Zimmy and Randy hopped the rail behind the oblivious champions and waited for their moment to strike. Huey would count himself and Jefferson in, ready to launch into their performance, but they barely got through the intro before they were spun around and levelled with right hands from the Bumfholes. A dropkick launched Jefferson over the top, Huey double clotheslined out with him, before the Bumfholes busted one of the stools and sent the other one flying down the ramp towards the retreating champions, who looked aghast at being upstaged by their challengers in two nights time. (C)

A video hyping Jack Bruce versus The Crippler at When Hell Freezes Over aired and focused on the tombstone piledriver which put Jack out of action. (B-)

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The Crippler vs. Robbie Retro
True to his word, The Crippler looked to turn this match into a preview for the PPV as he zeroed right in on Retro's neck and kept on the attack for the majority of the match. The commentators would spend the match speculating on Bruce's actual condition and, if he was 100%, how long he'd stay that way if The Crippler were to compete like this on Thursday night. Retro would surprise The Crippler by putting up some resistance towards the end of the match and it looked like The Crippler's pre-occupation with working the neck as opposed to finishing the match might even cost him. A missed charge in the corner proved costly though and it lead to The Crippler finishing Retro off with a tombstone piledriver.

Winner: The Crippler, via pinfall, 8:29
(B-)

With Retro looking in a bad way, the referee checked on him after the match, but The Crippler wasn't done yet and pushed the official aside. Grabbing hold of Retro by the afro, The Crippler began to slowly peel him off the mat, another tombstone presumably in mind. Before that could happen though, Jack Bruce would hit the ring to make the save! The Crippler didn't seem overly surprised by this and got the jump on Bruce as he slid into the ring, but Bruce would fight back, an all out slugfest ensuing between the two opponents this Thursday night. Bruce would get the better of things but couldn't seem to capitalise, opening him up for a knee to the ribs. The Crippler then got a firm grip on Bruce's head... but Bruce would fight back again, backing The Crippler against the ropes and flipping him to the outside with a sudden burst of adrenaline and a clothesline. Rolling to his feet, The Crippler thinks better of carrying the fight on and backs up the aisle, a little stunned to have been cleared from the ring. A smile seems to creep onto his face though, as he watches an unsteady Bruce brush off the referee's concern for him, fighting back a grimace but holding his neck as he kneels down to check Retro is okay. (B-)
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SWF NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP
Joey Morgan (c) vs. Joe Sexy

Chase and Fry were joined by Paul Huntingdon for this contest, clearly a little put-out that somebody else was recieving a North American Title shot and not him. As was explained to him though, Sexy's victory over Jungle Lord last week had apparently put him in line. Sexy was looking to recapture some magic, having not held this title in almost ten years now, but clearly he was still someone to be respected as he gave the new generation of Morgan a formidable challenge. Evenly fought, it would be Sexy's veteran instincts that looked to swing the tide of this contest, as he pushed the referee into the ropes to crotch Morgan on the top rope. Sexy clearly thought he had the title well in hand and stopped to pose. That proved to be premature though, as mid-pose, Jungle Lord would slide into the ring and level Sexy with a clothesline, much to the crowd's delight.

Winner: Joe Sexy, via disqualification, 11:23
(B-)

The referee immediately calls for the bell as Jungle Lord continues his assault, hitting a couple more clotheslines. Huntingdon spots his opportunity and slides in to go after Morgan, sparking a four man brawl as Jungle Lord hammers on Sexy in the corner. The four continue to brawl despite the referee's best efforts and it takes The Platinum Blondes to come to the ring for things to calm down. Freqerique and Prudence are able to pull Sexy to safety, helping him to the back, while Morgan is finally able to fight off Huntingdon and send him to the floor. Jungle Lord is left pacing in the ring as Morgan invites Huntingdon to join them, but Blue Blood declines. (C+)
A video package aired hyping the World Championship triple threat match at When Hell Freezes Over. (B)

Emma and Duane went over what happened at the conclusion of the North American Title match and announced that SWF management had acted quickly to ensure the four men involved will get their chance to go it again- Joey Morgan would team with Jungle Lord at When Hell Freezes Over to take on Joe Sexy and Paul Huntingdon. (C+)

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Remo vs. American Machine
Emma had claimed that Angry Gilmore got the toughest test tonight earlier in the show, but the World Champion didn't have an easy night by any means as he came up against a man in form. Clearly inspired by the opportunity, American Machine gave Remo a stiffer test than he might have been expecting and showed that he was capable of mixing it with the main players in singles competition. To be fair to Remo, he did wear the Machine down, but crucially he couldn't seem to put Machine away. Allowing Machine to hang around would be something Remo would regret, as the match wore on in length and American Machine would get back into the contest, cheered on by BJ O'Neill from ringside. Machine didn't quite have enough to beat the champion in the end and Remo would manage to come away with the win with The Destroyer. Remo had clearly been pushed though and the announcers would speculate whether that would effect him on Thursday.

Winner: Remo, via pinfall, 10:01
(B)

Remo wasn't able to think about Thursday just yet though as Rogue would emerge from the back, congratulating Remo on his win. Rogue told him to enjoy it while it lasts though, because he wouldn't be walking out of When Hell Freezes Over as champion. Remo heard Rogue out and simply invited him to get in the ring, with Rogue warning Remo that the champion wouldn't be able to jump him from behind like he did last week. Remo waves Rogue on again and it seems like Rogue is ready to take him up on the offer, dropping the microphone and climbing up onto the apron. Remo is ready for him, but Rogue breaks out into a smirk and drops off the apron, telling Remo he'll see him Thursday night.

What Rogue doesn't see though is Angry Gilmore running down the ramp behind him, to a roar from the crowd. Gilmore spins Rogue around and nails him with a chop, looking to give Rogue a receipt for his attack last week. Referee and officials hit the ring to keep the fight from spilling out of control though, with Gilmore pulled off of Rogue and Remo's path out of the ring being blocked, leaving him to watch on angrily as the show goes off the air. (C+)
OVERALL- C+ (Show increased pop in 3 regions, lost pop in 18 regions)
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Hopefully the PPV can shake things up, because consensus back here seems to be that the storylines we've got going right now aren't as compelling as we need them to be going in. That needs fixing. Fast.
  • Incidents of note
Both John Greed and BJ O'Neill were brought before Wrestler's Court before the show. Greed had left Everest waiting to be picked up after our last show for an hour and the big guy didn't much appreciate being left out in the cold. Enforcer Roberts deemed that Greed would have to pay for their meals for the next three show. Hopefully Greed's got deep pockets. Both he and O'Neill seemed to respond well. The Enforcer does good work.
  • The Positives
Well, the rating was up.
  • The Negatives
So, you could probably tell this from watching, but that Valiant/Trescarde match just didn't work. They looked awful at points. Ending it on a cheap count-out might have been a blessing.

Parker looked pretty poor on the mic. His gimmick really isn't helping him either.

Speaking of gimmicks, you might want to think about changing up the Bumfholes a bit. Randy's doing better with his act, but Zimmy not so much.

Brett was really off his game in the six man tag. I don't know if it's got anything to do with him taking the pin or not. Machine was struggling a little in the main event too, maybe some big match jitters or something.

Kobb underperformed in the dark match. In fact, Eric was kinda on an island out there.

  • Talent Concerns
"Marshall Dillon is turning into a good worker, the kid is worth getting behind" - Joey Morgan

"Huey Cannonball is a natural talker, the kid is worth giving promo time in my opinion" - Joe Sexy
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Tut tut, must do better.

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THE CARD

Special Grudge Match: Jack Bruce vs. The Crippler
SWF World Championship Triple Threat Match: Remo (c) vs. Angry Gilmore vs. Rogue
Brandon James vs. Valiant
SWF Tag Team Titles: The Awesomeness (c) vs. The Amazing Bumfholes
Joey Morgan and Jungle Lord vs. Paul Huntingdon and Joe Sexy
Eric Eisen Open Invitational: Eric Eisen vs. Steven Parker
Supreme Sixway: John Greed vs. Mikey Lau vs. Jimmy Hernandez vs. Hollywood Bret Starr vs. Brett Biggins vs. Sammy Smoke
Squeeky McClean vs. American Machine
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(DARK MATCH: The Pain Alliance defeated Marshall Dillon and Oliver Kobb in 5:46 when Kurt Laramee defeated Oliver Kobb by pinfall with a Switchblade Powerslam. (C))



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The Supreme Wrestling Federation presents...
SWF WHEN HELL FREEZES OVER 2016
JANUARY WEEK 2
(Great Lakes; 38,000 in attendance)
0.99 Buy Rate, 495,755 Buys

The PPV opens with the hype video for tonight's main event, Jack Bruce versus The Crippler, focusing on The Crippler putting Bruce out of action for five months with a tombstone on a steel chair. (B)

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Supreme Sixway Match
John Greed vs. Mikey Lau vs. Jimmy Hernandez vs. Hollywood Bret Starr vs. Brett Biggins vs. Sammy Smoke

Opportunity knocked in the opening match, a six way elimination match with a chance to gain the attention of SWF brass. For the likes of Lau, Hernandez, Smoke and Starr this was a chance to rise up the rankings, for Greed and Biggins a chance to get back into the mix. As you would expect, momentum swung quickly in this one, with quick tags and five opponents to deal with no-one was able to stay on top for long. All six men would have their moments to shine before the first elimination saw the ring clear enough for Hernandez to launch into Apparition #14, pinning Sammy Smoke. Hernandez would be gone himself a minute or so later though, as Starr's sly kick from the apron stopped Hernandez from building steam against Greed and a Hollywood Hammer would send the high flier packing.

That left four competitors, the two more experienced competitors and two of the younger upstarts. Greed and Starr quickly formed an alliance, focusing their attentions on Biggins. Miscommunication would lead to an arguement between the two though and Lau would take advantage, launching into a flurry of kicks on both men. Lau was stopped briefly, but got a boot up on Greed as Starr held him in place, then surprised Starr with a quick rollup to eliminate him. Next to go would be Biggins after Greed hit the Crash Diet, leaving Lau and Greed as the final two in the match. A competitive couple of minutes of action would end with Lau escaping Greed's clutches and surprising him with the Scything Side Kick, to pin Greed and pick up a win which Fry put over as the biggest of his career thus far.

Winner: Mikey Lau, in 10:25
(C+)

Lau celebrates his victory after the match, pumping his fists in a mixture of joy and relief at having picked up such an important win. (C)

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Ahead of his Open Invitational contest, Eric Eisen would address the crowd to put over the importance of what they were about to witness. The first ever pay per view edition of the Eric Eisen Open Invitational. Eric would list some of the great names in pay per view boxing, prize fighters who sold tickets purely on their name value. And while ocassionally they'd be thrown a few tomato cans to take care of, the thrill of seeing them compete was still worth the money. The crowd didn't seem to agree and Eric ripped into a few of them, much to Emma's amusement, before inviting his opponent out so the real special attraction of the evening could get underway. (B-)

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Eric Eisen vs. Steven Parker
Parker slapped hands on his way to the ring, immediately endearing himself more than Eric ever had to an audience. The commentary put this over as Parker's opportunity to make his career in one night. Sadly, he wasn't quite able to do so. Eisen certainly didn't treat Parker like the tomato can he compared him to, with Parker frustrating the former World Champion on a number of occasions. It wouldn't prove enough though and one costly charge into an elbow would turn the tide, with Eisen hitting The Supremacy for the three.

Winner: Eric Eisen, via pinfall, 6:46
(C)

Eric took great delight in celebrating the victory, just as he had done just over a week ago. (B-)

A recap from this week's episode of Supreme TV airs with the Bumfholes cutting short The Awesomeness's planned performance, leading us into our next match. (C)

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SWF WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
The Awesomeness (c) vs. The Amazing Bumfholes

This was the Bumfholes automatic rematch and a chance to break their own record with a sixth Tag Team Title reign. Despite this, The Awesomeness came in confident, openly mocking Zimmy and Randy on their way to the ring. The match seemed to go as planned, at least at first, The Awesomeness celebrating every minor victory and treating the match like a foregone conclusion. That overconfidence would eventually bite them as the Bumfholes showed more and more what they could do, wiping The Awesomeness out with double dives and forcing Huey and Jefferson to get a little more serious. The Awesomeness would take control with some ref misdirection and worked over Randy for a few minutes, heads now firmly in the game. The Bumfholes weren't five time champs for nothing though and even against focused opponents had enough to make a comeback, before kicking it into high gear. Zimmy had the champs reeling and the Bumfholes had victory within their grasp a couple of times, only for late kickouts or last ditch saves to preserve the titles for the champs. Sensing that this title defence was going to be harder than they'd claimed, The Awesomeness would resort to Plan B. With the referee tied up with Randy, Jefferson flung one of the tag belts in to Huey. Huey would adeptly catch it and quickly lay out Zimmy, passing the evidence off to Jefferson. Huey then slumped on top for the win, with Randy caught unawares, having not seen the belt shot occur.

Winners and still SWF World Tag Team Champions: The Awesomeness, via pinfall, in 10:12
(B-)

Despite the cheapness of their win, The Awesomeness would celebrate it anyway, their confident words not really matching the look of relief on their faces as they exited with the belts. (C)

Backstage, we find Angry Gilmore and Jessie in the locker room area, with the latter lacing up his boots ahead of the World Title triple threat match later on tonight. Gilmore seems calm and focused, which is a shame, because he and Jessie are about to have company.



Gilmore, as Jessie was last week, seems surprised and asks what she's doing here. The redhead says she just needs to talk to Jessie, who tells her now's not a great time. Undettered, or just ignoring her sister, the newcomer points out that Jessie hadn't gotten back to her about her ideas in the past two days and if they were going to be partners, they needed to establish a better throughline of communication. Jessie eventually tells 'Kristen' that they were trying to get ready for a very important match, so maybe this should wait. Sighing and rolling her eyes, Kristen agrees, but on the condition that Jessie actually gave her ideas some proper thought this time. Jessie says that she will and Kristen tells her she'll be waiting for her e-mail later, just about remembering to wish 'Tom' good luck on her way out the door. Once she's gone, Jessie and Gilmore share a knowing glance, before Gilmore goes back to lacing his boots again. (C)


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Joey Morgan and Jungle Lord vs. Paul Huntingdon and Joe Sexy
This match only came about two nights earlier, but the seperate issues in the match were a little more long standing, certainly in the case of Huntingdon and Morgan. The story of the match was Joe Sexy's reluctance to get in the ring with Jungle Lord, relying on his partner to do most of the work, except when Morgan was in the ring and in a compromised position. Once Jungle Lord got the hot tag, Sexy was well out of sight, happy to watch from a safe distance as Huntingdon was flung around the ring. Sexy would at least break up a pin on his partner, then tag in once he saw Huntingdon jab Jungle Lord in the eyes. Jungle Lord would escape the One Night Stand though and run through Sexy, dropping him with a big press slam and calling for the finish. Before that could happen though, The Platinum Blondes would hit the ring and attack from behind for the DQ.

Winners: Joey Morgan and Jungle Lord, by disqualification, in 7:59
(B-)

With three on one odds Jungle Lord was quickly overwhelmed and when Morgan came back in to fight them off, Huntingdon would clobber the North American Champ from the back to take him out. Jungle Lord and Morgan would have the boots put to them by their four rivals, who left to boos, Sexy and The Platinum Blondes looking happier with their work than a riled up Huntingdon. (C+)
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Squeeky McClean vs. American Machine w/BJ O'Neill
Announced as a special 'bonus match', this provided American Machine with another chance to prove himself against an established SWF star. A simple match saw Squeeky use his guile to dictate the pace, keeping Machine off of a vertical base as much as possible. Urged on by BJ O'Neil and the crowd, American Machine would have Squeeky on the ropes by the end. However Squeeky had the nouse to find an opening and he picked up the win with the Stain Remover.

Winner: Squeeky McClean, via pinfall, in 7:26
(C+)

Jerry Eisen was backstage with Rogue, ready to get his thoughts on the World Title match coming up and what his plan was on Supreme TV by goading Remo. Rogue claimed he just wanted to make sure he had Remo's attention, but his plan sure didn't involve Angry Gilmore sticking his nose in his business. When Jerry questioned how he was going to deal with the force of Remo and the skill of Gilmore in the same match, Rogue pointed out that tonight there'd be no disqualifications and he was willing to do what it took to win back his title. (C+)


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Brandon James w/Krissy Angelle vs. Valiant w/Hannah
The feud between these two had been simmering for a month or so, but now it was time to settle it between the ropes. The wait would be worth it, as these two went right at each other in an intense brawl which spilled all around the ringside area and even into the crowd briefly, with the official struggling to keep things in check. This certainly wasn't a technical masterclass, but it was physical. The match would eventually find it's way back inside but the intensity didn't let up, with neither competitor able to really gain a prolonged advantage. Krissy would prove to be a non-factor in the match as both men traded big moves towards the end, including a big superplex from the top which left both seemingly out of it. James would ultimately come out on top though as he would escape a running powerslam attempt and connect with the Big Money Move, making a big statement with a clean victory over the man who bested him back in November.

Winner: Brandon James, via pinfall, in 14:18
(B)

Before the World Title match, a video would hype up the contest and the three men involved. (B)


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SWF WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Remo (c) vs. Angry Gilmore w/Jessie vs. Rogue

Three very different approaches lead to an intriguing championship match between the stoic champion and his top two contenders. Remo's straight ahead attack meant he often had both challengers hurting. However, the challengers kept themselves in the match, with their skill, in the case of Gilmore and in the case of Rogue, some crafty strategy, knowing when to stay out of the way and when to pick his spots. Rogue's strategy would become more effective as the match wore on, feeding off of his tiring opponents. It also became clear that Rogue didn't care about beating the champion for the belt, preferring instead to try and get Remo in a compromised position outside of the ring and focus his attentions on Gilmore as well. Remo could only be kept at bay for so long though and Rogue would end up the target of both men for his sly strategy, leaving things finely poised by the end of the match. Both Gilmore and Rogue would have their chances, but weren't able to claim the win. And with Gilmore taken out by a hard rolling elbow from Rogue, the match would come down to the Brit and the champion, with Rogue giving Remo all he had only to run into a brutal spear. The wind would be knocked out of Rogue's sails, leaving him unable to fend off The Destroyer for the pin and the successful defence for the champion.

Winner and still SWF World Heavyweight Champion: Remo, via pinfall, in 17:29
(B)

With the main event up next, Ana Garcia was with Jack Bruce for some last minute comments. Bruce explained that this was the night he'd been waiting five months for, so tonight five months of frustration were going to come flooding out and questioned if The Crippler was ready for that. Bruce admitted that his opponent was a tremendous talent, but said he'd never been in the ring, in the main event spot, live on PPV, with Jack Bruce. He reminded The Crippler that this is what he wanted, he hoped he was up to the task, because lord knows he was. When Ana questioned Jack about the condition of his neck though, Bruce suddenly wasn't quite so talkative, just shooting Ana a look before walking off. (B)


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Special Grudge Match
Jack Bruce vs. The Crippler

If The Crippler had any nerves over this main event match, they didn't really show, as he stepped up admirably and gave Jack a real run for his money. Of course the key story of this match was the neck and Bruce's condition was thoroughly tested as The Crippler targetted the injury all match, any chance he could. Bruce would start off hot, but as the match took it's toll and the adrenaline wore away, it was clear The Crippler had Jack in a bad way. The fans tried to rally behind Bruce, with his attempts at a comeback not quite as successful as they usually would be, two promising fightbacks put to sudden stops with a well timed attack on the neck. Emma seemed convinced that Jack was finally done, but Fry knew better than to count Jack out. And sure enough, Bruce would draw on some extra reserves to get back into the match. Try as he might, The Crippler couldn't stop Jack this time, the adrenaline flowing again. That was until Jack set up for the match ending New York Minute, which The Crippler shocking turned into a sitout powerbomb, for a close near fall.

The damage was seemingly done to Jack though, once again on the recieving end of punishment from The Crippler with no sign of him fighting back. The Crippler would methodically pound away on Jack's neck, with the referee seemingly on the verge of stopping the match out of concern for Jack's well being. The crowd got on The Crippler's case, as he seemed to take pleasure in dragging the match out, waiting until he was good and ready to go for the tombstone. Jack still had a little fight left in him after all though and he squirmed free of the tombstone, unloading with right hands. The Crippler was reeling now and Jack would go for the New York Minute, but it was avoided. A series of counters followed, neither man able to get that decisive last move. Jack would catch The Crippler with a stun gun and look for a big clothesline off the ropes. The Crippler ducked, looking for a german suplex, not the first of the match. Bruce had it scouted this time though and elbowed his way free. The Crippler would then attempt a clothesline of his own, but Jack ducked as well, before dropping to his back and surprising Crippler by pulling him down into a cradle for the three, much to the delight of the crowd.

Winner: Jack Bruce, via pinfall, in 22:07
(B+)

Jack had little time to celebrate though, as before he knew it The Crippler would clobber him from the blindside and put the boots to him, to a chorus of boos. The referee is quickly shoved aside as The Crippler plants his boot firmly in the back of the neck of Bruce repeatedly, Bruce spent and powerless to fight back. Hauling Bruce off the mat, The Crippler then sinched in a dragon sleeper, dropping to one knee and wrenching back with Bruce only able to claw futilely at Crippler from across his other knee. More officials were on the way now as Fry condemned The Crippler's actions, Bruce left to slump to the mat once The Crippler finally let him go. The officials are at least enough to get between The Crippler and Bruce and ensure he could do no more, but what he did do to Bruce was enough for now, Jack certainly not looking like the winner as The Crippler exited up the aisle being heckled by the crowd. (B)

OVERALL- B (Increased pop in 7 regions)
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Good job on a successful first PPV. That show should have put us back on the right track, particularly after such a great main event. Here's your report from the show.

  • Incidents of note
Wrestler's Court: Remo was up before the show for making a mess in the locker room which prevented a few of the guys from changing where they wanted to. So, the drinks are on him tonight, as per Enforcer Roberts's ruling. Champ or not, the Enforcer is fair and just. Remo to his credit doesn't seem to have a problem picking up the tab.

  • The Positives
Eric did a masterful job on the mic before his match, both in running down the crowd and getting the open challenge deal over. He knows how to rub people up the wrong way.

We could be onto a winner with Valiant and James, because they worked great together. The Brandon/Krissy pairing is looking pretty good as well, which is obviously a bonus. A big part of James's success was being paired up with Emma and while it'll be tough to recapture that magic, there's something there to work with.


  • The Negatives
The one problem with the James and Valiant match, as well as it went, was the story. For a main event match, their psychology isn't quite there. And it's fair to say selling isn't either guy's greatest attribute. The end result was fun, but it did devolve into two guys hitting big moves. Nothing wrong with that if you ask me, but I'm not sure if they're ready to take it to that next level just yet without someone else guiding things along.

Eric performance wasn't on the mic wasn't exactly matched in the ring, because he really had an off night. Joe Sexy looked off as well in the tag match. I wouldn't worry too much about Eric, but Sexy is getting on in years and this might become a trend.

Squeeky and Machine's match was solid, but probably needed to be placed somewhere else on the show. People responded surprisingly well to the tag match and putting a match on directly after to lift the crowd for the closing stretch turned out not to be necessary.


  • Gimmick Changes
Two on this show. Parker's new white meat nice-guy babyface role seems like an above average role for him to play, certainly better than what he was doing. Also we started Kristen's new Schemer gimmick on this show with her formal introduction and it'll probably be just fine for her. We could still do with a change for Zimmy, FYI.

  • Post Show Speech
James and Valiant both seemed pleased to have been given encouraging words after their match, as did Jack with being told how awesome he was. I think after all this time, he's probably aware of how awesome he was, but having been out of the ring for so long I'm sure he appreciated the reminder.

  • Talent Concerns
"Marshall Dillon is turning into a good worker, the kid is worth getting behind" - Joey Morgan (NOTE: This may have been a duplicate, I'll try and make sure the suggestion box is emptied more thoroughly in the future)

We got word again that Emmy and Spencer Spade want to move up from Rhode Island, but bear in mind again that he's still the champion down there.
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RIPW CHAMPIONSHIP BATTLE 2016 REPORT

Rhode Island's annual curtain raiser, Championship Battle, took place this Friday night, headlined with, as the name would suggest, a highly anticipated rematch for the RIPW Championship. Spencer Spade would finally regain his championship from Ekuma at last month's Battle Royale event, but the Hawaiian wasted no time in exercising his right to a return match and Spade/Ekuma IV was on. Spade seemed confident in speaking with "Bad Bad" Lenny Brown earlier in the night that he would ensure his title reign continued on into 2016. With the two having traded the championship back and forth before the result was very much in doubt, Ekuma a clear favourite in terms of size and strength, but Spade notoriously resourceful, not to mention so often aided by his manager Emmy. The power of Ekuma would ensure Spencer's grip on the title looked precarious at best in this contest. However, Spencer possesses natural talent like perhaps no other in Rhode Island Pro Wrestling and he would shock everyone by not resorting to cheap tactics or managerial interference, bending the rules on occasion without outright breaking them and finding a way to knock back the challenge of the former champion fairly and squarely courtesy of the Supreme Stunner.

Also on the show, USA Champion Robbie Wright would retain against Deever Arnold thanks to a controversial disqualification call on what many fans felt was an unintentional low blow; Primus Allen squared off with Matty Faith, the former college football defensive nose tackle coming away with the victory; and in the opening contest of the evening, "No Nonsense" Nick Booth overcame the power of "The Specimin" Forrest Ratzloff to pick up a win.
RIPW return to Rhode Island for "Rivalry" in one month's time.

RIPW CHAMPIONSHIP BATTLE 2016- Nick Booth d. Forrest Ratzloff (E-), Lenny Brown/Spencer Spade skit (C), USA TITLE: Robbie Wright (c) d. Deever Arnold by DQ (E), Primus Allen d. Matty Faith (D-), RIPW TITLE: Spencer Spade (c) d. Ekuma to retain RIPW Title (D+)


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The Wrestling Spectator
January 2016 - Edition #2


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WRESTLING PEACE FESTIVAL 2016, RARE INTERPROMOTIONAL MATCH TAKES PLACE
The annual Wrestling Peace Festival event took place this weekend in Japan, drawing 2,195 people at the Hiroshima Sports Park for an event featuring talents from Japan and the US. As has become tradition representatives from the major promotions were allowed to work the show which serves as an annual tribute to the great Master Kitozon who was instrumental in the early success of Japanese wrestling. The main event of the show saw Elemental III team up with SWF star Angry Gilmore, who was a brief rival of his mentor Elemental II in BHOTWG in the late 90s, to defeat fellow BHOTWG competitor Masaaki Okazaki and WLW's own tribute to the Elemental lineage American Elemental.

Perhaps the most interesting story to come from the show from a US point of view was the opening match of the card which pitted USPW star Enygma against RIPW's Lassana Makutsi, with Enygma coming out on top. Whilst the show will typically feature competitors from rival companies competing with each other and is generally accepted in Japan due to the importance of the show the politics behind this match are particularly interesting. Enygma competed in the SWF for six years, winning the World Championship in 2004 and his move to USPW is seen as the precursor for the current situation where USPW has in many people's opinion moved neck and neck with the SWF in terms of prestige and has poached numerous talents in recent years. For an SWF contracted performer, albeit a developmental prospect in Makutsi who is seen as a promising talent, to lose to a USPW competitor may well have wrangled with the SWF side regardless of the fact the show and the result won't get much play in the US. The fact that it was Enygma will surely have made any potential annoyance over the result even greater. Realistically the result won't matter as the show is very much a one-off for the Japanese audience, SWF allowed Chris Morissette to work the show under his Lobster Warrior gimmick despite the current storyline where he's denounced the gimmick and is working as a heel.

In full results from the event: Enygma [USPW] d. Lassana Makutsi [RIPW] (E+), Tobei Sugimura [EX2010 and SAISHO] and Ogai Miki [SAISHO] d. Copperhead [MAW] and Flying Jimmy Foxx [TCW] (E), Sarah Taylor [AAA] d. Laura Washington [USPW] (E-), Inejiro Yoshizawa [BCG] d. Lion Genji [GCG] (D-), Razan Okamoto [GCG] d. Muneyaki Kamo [FREELANCE] (D+), Yuichi Fukao [SAISHO] and Shiba Mizoguchi [SAISHO] d. Lobster Warrior [SWF] and Blade Kimiyama [EX2010] (E+); Washi Heat [WEXXV and GCG] d. Takesi Yamanaka [FREELANCE] (D), KC Glenn [BHOTWG] d. Tribal Warrior [USPW] (D+), VENOM [BHOTWG] d. Harry Bennett [WEXXV] (D+), Hiroaki Nakasawa [BHOTWG] d. Masa Kurata [WLW] (B), Elemental III [BHOTWG] and Angry Gilmore [SWF] d. American Elemental [WLW] and Masaaki Okazaki [BHOTWG] (B-)
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SWF SUPREME TV - JAN WEEK 3
(Utah Park Reservation, South West; 13,181 in attendance)
10.46 Rating - 7,845,960 viewers

The show opened with Duane and Emma ready to deliver some big announcements coming off the back of last week's PPV, regarding the championship picture in the SWF. At the SWF's next PPV offering, Nothing To Lose, there would be a battle royal, open to any past holders of the North American Championship, with a few notable exceptions, as would be explained soon. Whoever wins the battle royal would face Joey Morgan for the title immediately following.

The 'notable exceptions' would then be covered. Per SWF management and as a result of their individual victories at When Hell Freezes Over, Jack Bruce and Brandon James would go one on one to determine the number one contender for Remo at Nothing To Lose. However, due to what happened at the end of the show, Jack would be given an extra week to rest up, so that match would take place next week. Meanwhile, the two men who recieved their shot at When Hell Freezes Over, Rogue and Angry Gilmore, would be given one more chance to get into title contention, as they would face off in their own number one contender's match at the PPV. The winner of that would then face the World Champion, whomever that may be, at Awesome Impact in March. (B)

That explanation took a little while, but it did give Rogue time to make his way to the ring whilst his particular match was being covered. Rogue would discuss what happened at When Hell Freezes Over, where Remo pinned him to win the triple threat match, claiming that Remo got lucky. A triple threat match is chaotic, every man for himself, things happen. Rogue congratulated Remo on his win anyway, not entirely convincingly, but warned Remo that he wasn't done with the World Title yet. Angry Gilmore would interrupt at this point, to the crowd's relief, asking Rogue if he was forgetting someone. Rogue played dumb, "nobody important I'm sure", so Gilmore spelled it out for the crowd - if Rogue wanted the World Title, he'd have to go through him first. The two would argue back and forth some more, before Gilmore made it clear that he was far from done with the title either and also made sure to point out that Rogue hadn't beaten him one on one before, claiming that wouldn't change at Nothing To Lose. (B-)


Backstage, Jerry Eisen caught up with The Crippler, who was stood in a hallway with his face obscured by a black hoodie, arms folded. Jerry pointed out that Crippler's attack on Bruce at the end of When Hell Freezes Over had robbed them of a main event tonight and told Crippler he was lucky he wasn't fined or suspended. Jerry then turned concerned, asking "Chris" if this was really the way he wanted his career to go. The Crippler didn't bother to remove his hood when he responded, claiming that he had Bruce beat at When Hell Freezes Over, he knew it, Jerry knew it, Jack knew it, everybody knew it. He also knew that this story about Jack being given a week to "rest up" was a sham, if Jack could be there tonight and compete, he would. The Crippler warned Jerry that next time he got his hands on Jack, he'd need a lot more than a week to "rest up" and wherever Jack showed up, he wouldn't be far behind. The Crippler then walked off leaving Jerry to shake his head with disappointment. (B-)

As usual, Eric Eisen was in the ring to talk a little about his Open Invitational before the action would get underway. Bragging about his victory at the PPV, Eisen announced another edition in the open challenge would take place tonight and he had it on good authority that his opponent tonight would be facing the toughest test of his career. Eric urged his opponent to relax, take it all in and enjoy stepping in the ring tonight. After all, how often do you get to step into the ring on national TV, in front of 13,000 plus against a former World Champion and, most of all, an Eisen? And it was all thanks to his generousity. (C+)

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Eric Eisen vs. Austin Smooth
Smooth was announced as residing in Utah, which got the crowd on his side even more than just not being Eric Eisen would. The twenty one year old showed a little promise, but was clearly in way over his head. And Eric was able to take his time before picking up the win with The Supremacy.

Winner: Eric Eisen, via pinfall, in 5:25
(B-)
In the backstage area, we find the newly formed alliance of recent weeks, with Joe Sexy talking with The Platinum Blondes. The trio make no secret of the fact they're scheming together, as Sexy goes over their gameplan tonight. Referencing tonight's tag team main event, Sexy said that this was his chance to get one over on Joey Morgan before the North American #1 Contender's Battle Royal at Nothing To Lose, which he and Frederique would both be in. Sexy made it clear that he'd deal with Morgan, no sweat - but he needed The Platinum Blondes to make sure that they dealt with that "nut", Jungle Lord. Frederique told Sexy to relax and focus on his match, they had it covered. (B-)

The show pauses for commercials, but strangely, returns with one as well. In a sterile looking white room, the disingenuous smile of a man wearing a full lab coat and sunglasses approaches the camera.



The man explains that the modern man is more concerned with their appearance than ever and with good reason. In every store in the country you can find all sorts of products promising all sorts of benefits. Dealing with spots and blemishes is perfectly natural, but everyone makes such a fuss about getting rid of their sensitive skin. But, why was sensitivity a bad thing? I mean, look at him... why would you want to look like anyone else? That's why his team of expert skinologists had been working to produce the beauty treatment to end all beauty treatments, Sensitivity. "If you want your skin to truly look it's best, you need the Sensitive touch". This product wasn't available in stores yet, but he urged everyone watching that if, like him, they wanted true Sensitive skin... keep watching. (D+)

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John Greed vs. Mikey Lau
The Supreme Sixway at When Hell Freezes Over came down to these two men and tonight was a chance to see how they'd fare in a straight up, one on one contest, without the wear and tear and fatigue they'd accumilated along the way last Thursday. Without having to deal with four other competitors, it would prove to be a different test, but not a different outcome. Greed's small experience edge seemed to be more useful in a singles environment, as he wore Lau down and kept him in as position where he couldn't use his signature strikes, at least for some of the match. He couldn't contain Lau for long enough though and Lau would prove that last Thursday wasn't a fluke, as he pinned Greed after the Scything Side Kick once again.

Winner: Mikey Lau, via pinfall, in 8:04
(B-)

Lau celebrates yet another key victory, with Duane claiming that with less than a year in the company under his black belt, Lau was truly becoming one to watch in the SWF. (C)
Ana Garcia would interview Hollywood Bret Starr immediately after the match at the interview position. Starr was quick to bemoan the North American #1 Contenders Battle Royal since it favoured the old guard of the SWF and kept up and coming talents like himself on the outside looking in. Ana then questioned Starr about the match we just saw and it was clear Starr had been watching closely. Starr referred to his elimination in the Supreme Sixway as a fluke rollup and pointed out that while Lau won that match, he got the pin in the six man tag last week, so technically they were even. Ana didn't seem convinced by that assessment, but Starr pressed on and said that he'd prove he was clearly the hottest prospect in the company. (C)

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Valiant w/Hannah vs. Bear Bekowski
Coming off the back of a defeat to Brandon James at When Hell Freezes Over, Valiant needed a rebound win here. Big Bear Bekowski made for a fine test and these two almost matched the efforts of James and Valiant in a highly spirited brawl. Bekowski would give Valiant as good as he got, but the Bear isn't quite on the level of Brandon James yet. Valiant would get back to winning ways, catching Bekowski with the Patriot Missile to get the three count.

Winner: Valiant, via pinfall, in 6:55
(B-)

Duane complimented Valiant's resolve as he celebrated the victory, but Emma seemed distinctly unimpressed, or at least pretended that she wasn't for effect. (B)
The World Tag Team Champions The Awesomeness would head to the ring, with Duane and Emma having very different takes on how they retained those titles at the PPV. Fry of course pointed out that they had to cheat to win, while Emma blew it off as being resourceful and said that maybe if the Bumfholes were good enough to have title belts they could have used them instead. The Awesomeness of course made no reference to their cheap win and instead lauded their achievement. Huey would announce that they were bored of facing inferior competition and since they'd proven that the Bumfholes were beneath them, they wanted someone who could truly challenge them. Their confidence would get them in trouble though, as while Jefferson began to ramble about the "aura of awesomeness centering their chi", The Pain Alliance would make their way to the ring and leave the champions looking rather nervous. Scott and Laramee yelled at the two, calling them "pretty boys" and "punks" and telling them that if they wanted competition, they were looking at it. The Awesomeness didnt dare answer back and let The Pain Alliance run them down verbally, before sheepishly leaving the ring rather than risk being run down physically. (C+)

A hype video plays focusing on the SWF World Champion, Remo. (B)

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Squeeky McClean vs. American Machine w/BJ O'Neill
In a rematch from the 'bonus match' at When Hell Freezes Over, American Machine looked to return the favour against Squeeky. And Machine would give Squeeky a stiffer test than he got last time out. Squeeky's experience edge would still show, as he managed to manoeuvre Machine into a position to send him into the steps and gain the upper hand in the match. Machine found himself worn down for the majority, but mounted a comeback and got a couple of close near falls on McClean. It wasn't to be his night though and a missed charge in the corner meant Squeeky was able to make it two for two with the Stain Removal and the pin.

Winner: Squeeky McClean, via pinfall, in 12:12
(B-)
In the backstage area we find Jessie and Kristen Pearce, Kristen deep in conversation, or rather deep in explanation, while Jessie A- tries to keep up and B- tries to juggle the pile of papers that Kristen is handing her. When Kristen stops to ask Jessie if she's got all of that, Jessie ignores the question, preferring to ask one of her own- how did Kristen get her contract exactly and why did nobody talk to her about it. Picking one of the papers out of the pile, Kristen shows it to Jessie, who protests that she didn't sign that and she certainly did say that Kristen was "an inspiration to her". Looking to brush over that, Kristen said it was fine, if anyone asked then Jessie would surely put in a good word for her and besides, the contract was signed now, which meant she could help out, starting tonight. Jessie, trying to reason with her sister, told Kristen that they could figure that out later, but first she wanted to know why she'd quit her accountancy job, as she thought that was going well. Kristen clarified that it was an internship, it wasn't going well since nobody was take her business ideas seriously and all she was really doing was earning a bit of money. No, she had bigger plans. Kristen reminded her sister that she had a degree in finance, she knew what she was talking about. Working in an office filing papers was a waste of her potential, she could be making big money and if anyone was going to carry the Pearce name to greatness, then she guessed it had to be her. Jessie suddenly gets defensive and asks what that was supposed to mean, but Kristen again brushed over the comment and suggested Jessie look things over again and call her if she needed anything explaining again. Once Kristen had left, Jessie pulled out the piece of paper from earlier again, apparently wanting to know what 'she' was supposed to have said about Kristen's job credentials. (C-)

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Jungle Lord vs. Paul Huntingdon
Both of these men would be involved in the North American #1 Contendership Battle Royal at Nothing To Lose, so this was a chance to build some momentum. Momentum which Huntingdon really needed. Already looking annoyed coming into the match, Huntingdon would spend the entirety of the contest getting more and more flustered, as he struggled to deal with the wild Jungle Lord and kept being sent to the floor to stew. The fans seemed to take great amusement in Huntingdon's woes and Huntingdon spent too much time sniping back at them any time he got a rare advantage in the contest. The key moment in the match saw Huntingdon resort to trying to take a cheap way out, pinning Jungle Lord with his feet blatantly on the ropes. So blatantly that the referee couldn't miss it, leading an arguement between the Blue Blood and the official. That gave Jungle Lord the time to fire himself up, unleashing a big flurry of high impact blows to Huntingdon and finishing him off with the Jungle Jack-Hammer.

Winner: Jungle Lord, via pinfall, in 8:24
(B-)
After the match, The Platinum Blondes would decide this was their time to strike, hitting the ring and attacking Jungle Lord from behind. Unlike their last two attempts though, this attack wouldn't put Jungle Lord down, the already fired up wildman firing right back and surprising both Blondes. Frederique is clotheslined over the top to the floor and Prudence follows him out of the ring, hard, via a press slam onto his tag team partner, leaving the Blondes to retreat and Jungle Lord to beat his chest triumphantly in the ring. (C+)

Highlights air of Jack Bruce's match with The Crippler at When Hell Freezes Over and the post match attack by The Crippler. (B-)

Ana Garcia then interviews Krissy Angelle, with Brandon James stood beside her smirking at the footage that's just played. Krissy says it's too bad Jack wasn't fit enough to compete tonight and said she hoped Jack's "little boo-boo" got better soon. Krissy claimed it didn't matter if it was this week, next week or the week after though, when Jack did finally step into the ring with her man that neck was going to get an awful lot worse. And whether Jack was 100% or not, we were looking at the new number one contender, the Big Money player and the next SWF World Heavyweight Champion, Brandon James. (C+)

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Angry Gilmore (w/Jessie) and Joey Morgan vs. Rogue and Joe Sexy
There was plenty of interesting back story in tonight's main event and even though their matches for the PPV were set in stone, plenty to fight for for all four involved. Gilmore and Rogue wouldn't be in the North American #1 Contenders Battle Royal due to their World Title number one contender's match, but Joe Sexy would be. There was also the small matter of Sexy and Gilmore being former partners, with Gilmore not minding too much when Rogue avoided a tag since it gave him a chance to go after his old buddy instead. Gilmore and Morgan are known as two of the best technical wrestlers in the company and their strategy was clear, wrestling rings around both Sexy and Rogue. The two seemed very individually minded about how they went about that, but either way, Sexy and Rogue would struggle no matter which opponent was in the ring with them.

Rogue would be instrumental in getting his team back into the match and it'd be Gilmore who took the brunt of the offence from his current rival and his former teammate. Gilmore would eventually get the tag off to the North American Champion and Morgan would step up the pace a little from the earlier technical exchanges. Sexy didn't fare so well, but Rogue was able to put a stop to Morgan's fightback and lay him out with a stun gun. Rogue would miss the blind tag though and also miss Gilmore pulling down the rope after Morgan avoided his charge, with Rogue crashing to the floor. Still the legal man, Sexy would go for the One Night Stand to Morgan, but the North American Champion would push him off. And Gilmore would be waiting, dumping Sexy with a german suplex, then hitting Anger Management to pick up the three for his team.

Winners: Angry Gilmore and Joey Morgan, via pinfall, in 18:17
(B-)

Rogue had seemingly given up on the match before it had ended though, as he could be seen sneaking around ringside with a chair while Morgan and Gilmore shook hands on their victory. And once he was sure their backs were both turned, Rogue would pounce, with a chairshot to the back of Joey Morgan. Gilmore spotted Rogue too late and ran into a hard swing to the gut, doubling him over for one across the back. Morgan then took another rough shot to the back to keep him down, Jessie looking on with concern as Rogue stood over both men with steel chair in hand and a dastardly sneer on his face. (B-)
OVERALL- C+ (Show increased pop in 3 regions, lost pop in 18 regions)
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