Grey Dog Software

Go Back   Grey Dog Software > Total Extreme Wrestling 2016 > Total Extreme Wrestling 2016 Dynasties
Register FAQ Members List Calendar Mark Forums Read

Reply
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #16  
Unread 03-12-2018, 03:03 PM
BlueStar's Avatar
BlueStar BlueStar is offline
Phenom
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 666
Default

ECW July 1994 Round-up


Injuries

Rockin’ Rebel suffered a freak broken leg injury while tagging with Chad Austin vs Bad Breed. A legit accident, Rebel is on the shelf for 6 months but has appeared in small skits with Jason Knight.

Jimmy Snuka suffered a fractured cheek bone at the Heat Wave PPV against Cactus Jack. He doesn't do too much talking anyway and will work through it.

Ray Odyssey suffered a bruised kidney there as well in an opening bout. No more alcohol for you for now!

Contracts


WCW have offered an exclusive PPA deal to Cactus Jack/Mick Foley. ECW has confirmed he’s leaving the company.

Dory Funk Jr. is loaned to IWA-J for a one-night deal.

A number of ECW wrestlers have signed other PPA deals: Shane Douglas, Axl Rotten, Johnny Grunge, Stevie Richards, Curtis Hughes, The Sandman, John Finnigan, Rocco Rock, Ian Rotten, The Pitbulls, Jason Knight are all on that list.

Storylines


Mikey Whipwreck and Jason Knight are battling for the ECW TC Title. This has been ongoing now.

Paul E. Dangerously hired The Public Enemy to take down the Funks. The Funks were absent at Heat Wave due to commitments with SMW…this could be picking up soon, especially with Rocco Rock getting the rub with a win over Cactus Jack.

The Tazmaniac has issues with Jason Knight and the Pitbulls.

Mr. Hughes and 911 have been choke-slamming eachother around. But there are other players involved here, like Paul E. Dangerously and Shane Douglas.

Backstage


Dory Funk Jr. has taken Tommy Dreamer as a protege.

In general the backstage is decent: Mr. Curtis Hughes even made some drawings. Paul E. Dangerously seems to be discontent in general and has taken a disliking to Chad Austin. A few minor issues are handled (or not) between the likes of John Finnigan, Jason Knight, Hughes, Tod Gordon, Chad Austin, … that’s about it.
Reply With Quote
  #17  
Unread 03-17-2018, 11:30 AM
BlueStar's Avatar
BlueStar BlueStar is offline
Phenom
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 666
Default


ECW Anarchy Rules

Prediction Scorecard

With two televised shows left to go, this is the schedule so far...

ECW World Championship Title Match: Shane Douglas © vs. Too Cold Scorpio

ECW World Tag Title Cage Match: The Public Enemy (c) vs The Funk Brothers

Tommy Dreamer vs. Jimmy Snuka

Sabu (/Paul E. Dangerously) vs. The Tazmaniac

ECW World TV Title Match: Mikey Whipwreck (c) vs. The Sandman (/Woman)
Reply With Quote
  #18  
Unread 03-18-2018, 04:19 AM
BlueStar's Avatar
BlueStar BlueStar is offline
Phenom
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 666
Default



August 1994 schedule

W1 ECW Hardcore TV
W2 ECW Hardcore TV
W3 ECW Anarchy Rulz 1994
W3 ECW Hardcore TV
W4 ECW Hardcore TV


* Mick Foley is gone from ECW, signing an exclusive PPA deal with WCW. The gentle madman he is, he put a lot of people over in his final ECW appearances.
* Former ECW champion Johnny Hotbody signed a 6 month PPA deal. Some consider it a nostalgia act, as the quality of ECW matches has increased in the past couple of months.
* Sabu's tour with FMW has ended, which means he'll feature on ECW on a regular basis. In combination with Paul E. Dangerously acting as his manager, he should be able to fill the gap left by Foley's departure.
* On the regional battle front, ECW finished 1st in all regions.
* Two new promotion open this month: Steel City Wrestling is founded by Norm Connors. Even if it is located in Tri-State as well, it shouldn't interfere with ECW business. American Wrestling Federation also opens. Paul Alperstein is looking to build a roster for this fed.
* Dory Funk Jr's loan to IWA-J ended as he finished his one-off appearance, losing to Dick Slater.
Reply With Quote
  #19  
Unread 03-31-2018, 01:41 PM
BlueStar's Avatar
BlueStar BlueStar is offline
Phenom
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 666
Default

A few attendances and TV show ratings have been updated (hope the lay-out is ok). Eastern CW Anarchy rules line up will be updated with a show tomorrow. Predictions are on...winner of the prediction will be able to book a new storyline (options will be told via PM).
Reply With Quote
  #20  
Unread 04-01-2018, 12:44 PM
BlueStar's Avatar
BlueStar BlueStar is offline
Phenom
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 666
Default


ECW HARDCORE TV

Pre-show: 911 defeated Hack Myers in 5:46 by pinfall with a Chokeslam. (E+)

Pre-show: 9Johnny Hotbody defeated James Maritato in 6:02 by pinfall with a Missile Dropkick. (E+)

(W/Paul E. Dangerously) &
Sabu vs. JR Smith

Sabu was just all over JT Smith here. Smith got a little offense in, just to show Paul E. Dangerously can be a good manager as he distracted him. And that's all she wrote for JT...
Sabu defeated JT Smith in 8:15 by pinfall with a Triple Jump Moonsault. (C+)
Rating: C+

&
An angle featuring Sabu and Paul E. Dangerously

Paul E. Dangerously grabs the mic. He makes no mistake about telling the E(astern) CW crowd that Sabu is here to be the next homicidal Champion in the federation.
Rating: B-

(/Peaches) &
Tommy Cairo (/Peaches) vs Jason Knight

Cairo comes out and wrestles Jason Knight. Cairo always looked in control but even then Mikey Whipwreck ran out. In a short comeback, Jason Knight got distracted and that led to the Cairo Driver.
Tommy Cairo defeated Jason Knight in 7:50 by pinfall with a Cairo Driver following interference from Mikey Whipwreck.
Rating: D

&
Mr. Hughes vs Stevie Richards

Stevie Richards comes out cocky but eats up a beating. 911 approaches the ring and this leads to a brief Stevie come-back but no cigar. Mr. Hughes finishes it cleanly.

Mr. Hughes defeated Stevie Richards in 6:28 by pinfall with a Spinning Side Slam. During the match we also had 911 distract Hughes.
Rating: D+


An angle featuring The Sandman and Woman

The Sandman and Woman come out. Sandman takes a huff and a puff and issues an open challenge tonight!
Rating: B-

(/Woman)
The Sandman (/Woman) vs. Ian Rotten

Ian Rotten answered the open invitation but this one soon spilled to the outside. Chairs, canes, stuff were thrown at eachother. The ref called this one a double DQ.

The Sandman drew with Ian Rotten in 5:42 following a double disqualification (D+)
Rating: D+

& vs &
The Funk Brothers vs. The Pitbulls

A hard battle as The Pitbulls put a good show against The Funks. But with Terry as a leader, The Funks got the win, Dory taking the fight outside against Pitbull #2.
The Funk Brothers defeated The Pitbulls in 8:13 when Terry Funk defeated Pitbull #1 by submission with a Spinning Toe Hold.
Rating: C+

& &
An angle featuring The Funk Brothers and Paul E. Dangerously.

Paul E. grabs the mic and applauds the Funks. He says it's all to no avail as they will face THE PUBLIC ENEMY at Anarchy Rulez!
Rating: C+



General: C show
Reply With Quote
  #21  
Unread 05-15-2018, 12:58 PM
BlueStar's Avatar
BlueStar BlueStar is offline
Phenom
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 666
Default


ECW HARDCORE TV

Pre-show: Tommy Cairo defeated Hack Myers in 6:20 by pinfall with a Cairo Driver. (D-)

Pre-show: Jason Knight defeated Ray Odyssey in 6:22 by pinfall with a Sexy Driver. (E+)

vs
The Tazmaniac vs. Chad Austin (/Jason Knight)

The Tazmaniac starts off on full speed, suplexing Austin all over the place. He keeps in control. Jason Knight sees the defeat coming and enters the ring to attack Taz. That's a DQ!
The Tazmaniac defeated Chad Austin in 9:51 when Chad Austin was disqualified when Jason Knight ran in and attacked The Tazmaniac.
Rating: D+

& & &
An angle featuring Jason Knight, Chad Austin, Rockin Rebel and The Tazmaniac

Knight and Austin take the DQ loss and attack The Tazmaniac who fights back. The Rockin' Rebel runs in (on crutches) and beats The Tazmaniac. A three on one follows.
Rating: D

ECW TV TITLE MATCH
vs

Mikey looks the underdog against the big 911 but holds his own on his speed. Mr. Hughes comes out and gets involved. A chokeslam on the outside leaves Mikey taking the countout win.
Mikey Whipwreck defeated 911 in 8:05 when 911 was counted out after being attacked by Mr. Hughes. Mikey Whipwreck makes defence number 17 of his ECW World Television Championship title.
Rating: D

& vs &
The Public Enemy vs. Stetson & Hotbody

In another era Stetson and Hotbody, former ECW Tag Champs, would have had a chance but The Public Enemy are all over them.
The Public Enemy defeated Tony Stetson and Johnny Hotbody in 6:27 when Rocco Rock defeated Johnny Hotbody by pinfall with a Drive-By. The Public Enemy make defence number 9 of their ECW World Tag Team Championship titles.
Rating: D+

& vs &
The Bruise Brothers vs The Bad Breed

The Bruise Brothers and The Bad Breed have a big brawl, leading to a double count-out. Axl really got the crowd behind him.
The Bruise Brothers drew with Bad Breed in 6:23 following a double count out
Rating: D+

& vs &
Shane Douglas & Mr. Hughes vs Tommy Dreamer & The Sandman (/Woman)

Douglas and Hughes look confident but when 911 runs out to take out Mr. Hughes for quite a while, Douglas looks in trouble. Hughes takes care off 911 and returns and Sandman eats a surprise pin.
Shane Douglas and Mr. Hughes defeated Tommy Dreamer and The Sandman in 6:12 when Shane Douglas defeated The Sandman by pinfall with a Franchiser. During the match we also had 911 run in and attack Hughes.
Rating: D+

General rating: C- show

Last edited by BlueStar : 05-15-2018 at 01:18 PM.
Reply With Quote
  #22  
Unread 05-16-2018, 07:02 AM
KnowYourEnemy's Avatar
KnowYourEnemy KnowYourEnemy is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Nov 2013
Posts: 3,339
Default

Glad to see this back! Given the lack of EXTREME at times I've thought writing up a [bare bones] ECW diary, but I .... well, kind of couldn't find the right mod.
Reply With Quote
  #23  
Unread 05-21-2018, 01:36 AM
BlueStar's Avatar
BlueStar BlueStar is offline
Phenom
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 666
Default


ECW ANARCHY RULZ

Pre-show: Ray Odyssey defeated Hack Myers in 6:23 by pinfall with The Wipeout. (E)

Pre-show: Tod Gordon welcomes the crowd and introduces Woman and Peaches alongside him (C-)


An angle featuring The Sandman, Woman and Mikey Whipwreck

The Sandman and Woman come out. The Sandman says he's ready tonight to beat the sh*t out of Mikey Whipwreck and take the TV Title from him.
Rating: C

(w/ Peaches) &
Tommy Cairo (/ Peaches) vs. Chad Austin

Cairo was in control here as Chad Austin hardly got offense in. And when he did, he hit Cairo on the nose by accident. Tommy Cairo defeated Chad Austin in 5:31 by pinfall with a Cairo Driver. Cairo suffers a broken nose here.
Rating: D

&
Stevie Richards vs JT Smith

A more than decent undercard match here. Stevie Richards defeated JT Smith in 7:40 by pinfall with a Stevie Kick.
Rating: D+

& &
Phi Delta Slam vs. The Pitbulls

The crowd still doesn't like Bruno Sassi. Pitbull #2 takes a nasty bump on the outside and that seems to be a rather bad back injury. Pitbull #1 and Evans finish the match. The Pitbulls defeated Phi Delta Slam in 6:10 when Pitbull #1 defeated Dan Evans by pinfall with an Aided superbomb.
Rating: C-

[img] vs
911 vs James Maritato

911 defeated James Maritato in 6:09 by pinfall with a Chokeslam. During the match we also had Mr. Hughes distract 911.
Rating: D-


An angle featuring Mr. Hughes & 911

A nearly predictable fight post match as Mr. Hughes smashes 911 through a table but 911 makes a rugged comeback.
Rating: C+

&
ECW World Television Title MAtch: Mikey Whipwreck (c) vs The Sandman (/ Woman)

Mikey comes out swinging but misses a plancha to the outside. When Jason Knight makes his way out to distract him, things look to be going Sandman's way. With Mikey as good as down, Jason Knight applauds Sandman but then hits him from behind with the Singapore cane, knocking him out. Mikey recovers to hit the Whippensnapper and that's a surprise finish here as Jason just leaves the ringside area. Mikey Whipwreck defeated The Sandman in 9:49 by pinfall with a Whippersnapper following interference from Jason Knight. Mikey Whipwreck makes defence number 18 of his ECW World Television Championship title.
Rating: C

& &
An angle featuring Shane Douglas and Mr. Hughes & Too Cold Scorpio

Shane Douglas comes out (Mr. Hughes bandaged from his fight with 911) and says management has booked him against Too Old Scorpio. Scorpio doesn't like that and comes out and says he has to fight someone who never was an NWA champion.
Rating: B-

& vs & vs &
The Bruise Brothers vs. Bad Breed vs. Hotbody & Stetson

Bad Breed defeated The Bruise Brothers and Johnny Hotbody and Tony Stetson in 7:42 when Axl Rotten defeated Tony Stetson by pinfall with a British Invasion.
Rating: D

&
An angle featuring Jimmy Snuka & Tommy Dreamer

Jimmy Snuka comes out and rants about youngsters showing no respect. Snuka says he's worked through a broken jaw and goes on. This brings out Tommy Dreamer who says he'll break his jaw again.
Rating: C-

vs
Tommy Dreamer vs. Jimmy Snuka

Tommy Dreamer sold really well and also got offense in, bloodying Snuka. He went for a top rope dive out side the ring and ended up eating nothing but chairs. This lead to the finish. Snuka's timing has been a lot better than it was today. Jimmy Snuka defeated Tommy Dreamer in 13:44 by pinfall with a Superfly Splash.
Rating: C-

(/Mr Hughes) vs
ECW World Title Match: Shane Douglas (c) (/Mr. Hughes) vs. Too Cold Scorpio

A real good match, even if Scorpio still has regular Japan duties. Shane Douglas defeated Too Cold Scorpio in 11:51 by pinfall with a Franchiser. During the match we also had Mr. Hughes distract Scorpio. Shane Douglas makes defence number 9 of his ECW World Heavyweight Championship title.
Rating: C+

&
The Tazmaniac vs Sabu

An entertaining match with Sabu taking a big bump early on. The run-in of the Pitbulls was cut short with Pitbull# 2 being injured but did its thing. Sabu defeated The Tazmaniac in 14:56 when The Tazmaniac was counted out after being attacked by Pitbull #1. During the match we also had Pitbull #2 run in and attack Tazmaniac.
Rating: C+

& vs &
ECW World Tag Titles Cagematch: The Public Enemy vs. The Funk Brothers

A highly entertaining and bloody brawl ended with the older of the Funks taking the pin defeat but not before Rock and Grunge looked spent. Paul E. Dangerously did his thing to distract Dory Funk. The Public Enemy defeated The Funk Brothers in a Cage Classic match in 14:50 when Rocco Rock defeated Dory Funk Jr. by pinfall with a Drive-By. During the match we also had Paul E. Dangerously distract Dory Funk. The Public Enemy make defence number 10 of their ECW World Tag Team Championship titles.
Rating: B

&
ECW World Tag Titles Cagematch: The Public Enemy, Paul E. Dangerously and Terry Funk

Terry Funk goes after Paul E. Dangerously and looks to have him cornered. He take a good swing at him but before he can inflict much damage, The Public Enemy recover to attack Terry Funk.
Rating: C+

General: B- show
Reply With Quote
Reply


Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On
Forum Jump


Array [all_times_are_gmt_x_time_now_is_y]


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.6.8
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.