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APW: Australian Uprising

Week 1, April 2015.

It's been more than a year since James J McMinister handed the company over to a mysterious masked man. A lot has changed in these 16 months. The promotion is officially cult sized and has set up a developmental promotion dubbed Young Bucks Development Territory that aims to help Australian talent reach their maximum potential. The promotion has also won the End Of Year Award for fastest growing company.

However, this is only the beginning. This masked man has bigger plans for the company. Serving as the owner and head booker of Australia Pro Wrestling, he aims to topple the current top dog in Australia, RAW. He sees the 'Wrestling Soap Opera' style of the company as a disgrace to the industry and vows to make his 'Australian Wrestling' product the best wrestling promotion in the continent.

APW Main Roster, FULL:https://docs.google.com/presentation...it?usp=sharing
APW Development, FULL:https://docs.google.com/presentation...it?usp=sharing

The cream of the crop in APW include big names, such as

'Showstopper' Stan Standish
This man is the best talker in the company by a long shot. His unparalleled charisma and ability on the mic make him a talent that rivals those on RAW. In addition, his ability in the ring is not anything to scoff at either. Stan Standish is a natural heel and his work on the mic and in the ring make him the primary heel in the company.

'Franchise' Alexander Banks
Stan Standish's former tag team partner is one of the top babyfaces in APW. Banks' mic skills are on point, albeit not on the level of his partner, and he has a natural charisma that is hard to comprehend. Banks is undoubtedly one of the best in ring workers, his skills are superior to even his former tag partner, Stan.

Nathan McKenzie
McKenzie is single most intimidating wrestler in the company. His menacing glare and immense size has his opponents quaking in their boots. Despite his frame, McKenzie is an agile in ring worker. Pairing that agility with his extraordinary strength and you get one tough SOB and a fantastic main event superstar that the fans absolutely can't wait to see.

Alyx Macquarie
Involved in a major feud with 'Franchise' Alexander Banks, one that has produced many high quality matches, Alyx Macquarie is the only man that rivals Banks is the ring. His high flying offense and technical ability makes for quite a combination, one that has solidified his position on the roster.

Maurice Jackson
Maurice Jackson is currently in a feud with Stan Standish, trading stiff blows on the mic as well as in the ring. Maurice is a naturally gifted wrestler and a very hard working individual. However, Maurice really shines when he is on the mic. He has a truckload of charisma and a solid set of mic skills that make him look right at home on the top of the card.

Dogs Of War
A part of the cult-like stable, Hounds Of Hades, with the Australian champion, Kerbecs as their leader, the tag team of 'Chaos' Donovan Boon and 'Corrupt' Rusty Mills is the quintessential tag team in APW. The current APW Tag Team champions have been a tag team for the better part of 8 years. Impressive technical ability in the ring and an excellent mouthpiece in Kerbecs make the tag team a fixture on the top of the card.

Cole Taylor
Cole Taylor is the complete package. He has all the traits of a main eventer and his the current Commonwealth title holder. Cole is a part of a high caliber
rivalry with Nathan McKenzie, a rivalry that has seen the most brutal action on the card. Cole made a defection from APW to RAW at the summer of 2013 but was brought back only a year later in July of 2014. He has since reconciled with the others in the locker room and is once again a top heel in APW.

Other defections include Echo, Quiz Master, Frogue Element, Monday Next and a tag team dubbed The Next Big Things. All of which are former RAW wrestlers who wanted to be a part of the fastest growing Australian wrestling company.

The promotion has also brought in other notable names, such as Kerbecs, formerly known as Necromancer, two tag teams in Apocalypse and The Sky Kings, Devilfish, as well as SubUrban Legend.

These signings show the ambition that the current owner has for the company, as well as his strong focus on improving the tag division.

Under this new administration, APW has also managed to sign a PPV deal with 1Choice TV and a TV contract with Australia Channel 3. The promotion airs its weekly TV tapings on Wednesdays. The PPVs are hosted on the last Saturday of each month. The two major PPVs, SuperBrawl and Winter Rumble are held at the end of January and June respectively.

With an ambitious owner and head booker, as well as a impressive roster, APW will look to not only conquer Australia, but also the rest of the world in years to come.

This is APW: Australian Uprising

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APW Clash. Wednesday, Week 1, April 2015

Welcome to APW: Clash, the premier wrestling TV, focused around wrestling, unlike that soap opera mess of a show, RAW Attitude. I am your favourite colour commentator, Frank Mucciolo and I am joined here tonight, by my deadbeat commentary partner, Dale Young. Tonight, we are going to have a show filled with action. On the card tonight will be a bout featuring Cole Taylor and Nathan McKenzie for the Commonwealth title. That match will be one to remember as McKenzie will look to take the Commonwealth title from the man that he feels doubted his wrestling ability. The 140 kilo beast has to be the favourite going into this match as he has two wins over the champion. However, Cole is not one to be taken lightly as he has proven that he is capable of pulling a win out of the bag in a matter of seconds with his devastating finisher. The Tailor-Made kick to the temple has won him multiple big matches before, will that move be the one to take down the monster? We will also be having a tag team match that decides the number one contender for the tag titles held by the Dogs Of War. This match will be between The Rising Suns and DevilShark, two ruthless tag teams that are looking to dethrone the champions. Speaking of champions, Kerbecs, who is the Australian champion will be involved in a fatal four way against Stan Standish, Maurice Jackson and SubUrban Legend to determine the number one contender for his title. Alright, enough talk, out comes the competitors for our show opening match.

In an extremely short match, Damian Dudley defeated Angel Of Death, N.E.X.T. and Frogue Element in 5:11 when Damian Dudley defeated Angel Of Death by pinfall with an Ancient Savate Kick.
Rating: C (59)

Damian Dudley is a product the APW Dojo and definitely one for the future, he gets the win tonight against tough opposition.

Maurice Jackson talks about Stan Standish and his trash talk. Jackson wants to shut Standish up and cannot wait for their match later on the card.
Rating: B (78)

In an extremely short match, The Apocalypse defeated The Sky Kings in 3:57 when Hatemonger defeated Super Zero by pinfall with a Doomsday.
Rating: C (65)

These two tag teams are new on the roster and are hungry to prove themselves. The Apocalypse may have picked up the win, but both teams looked strong.

In an extremely short match, Christopher Gerard defeated Harry Simonson, Echo and Quiz Master in 4:48 when Christopher Gerard defeated Harry Simonson by pinfall with a T-Bone Suplex.
Rating: C (63)

All the competitors in this match are extremely capable individuals and Christopher Gerard did good to pick up the win. Quiz Master seemed to have a personal vendetta against Harry Simonsen in this bout, constantly going after the capable veteran.

Quiz Master and Echo attack Christopher Gerard and Harry Simonsen.
Rating: C (62)

Quiz Master attacks Harry Simonsen! The new signing is breaking the veteran in half with that Torture Rack! Christopher Gerard is trying to help but Echo attacks him! What is going on here?!

In an extremely short match, SubUrban Legend defeated Maurice Jackson, Kerbecs and 'Showstopper' Stan Standish in 5:01 when SubUrban Legend defeated Kerbecs by pinfall with a Legend Killer.
Rating: C (60)

SubUrban Legend came out of this match looking strong, having pinned the champion to become number one contender. Jackson and Standish were too focused on destroying each other that they effectively eliminated each other from the match.

Standish attacked Jackson as he walked to the back, dropping Jackson on his head with his finisher, the Package Piledriver.
Rating: B (80)

Standish is attacking Jackson! Package Piledriver! Jackson could be hurt. The crowd here in Perth are booing Standish out of the building.

In an extremely short match, Cole Taylor defeated Nathan McKenzie in 4:52 by pinfall with a Tailor-Made. Cole Taylor makes defence number 1 of his APW Commonwealth title.
Rating: C+ (67)

There it is, ladies and gents, the Tailor-Made ends the match early and keeps the title on the champion, Cole Taylor.

Kerbecs, accompanied by Dogs Of War addresses his loss, respecting his opponent. He has the support of the crowd. He ends the segment by asking the crowd to join him and Dogs Of War in protecting the underworld.
Rating: C+ (68)

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, DevilShark drew with The Rising Suns in 15:42; the match ended in a double count out.
Rating: B- (73)

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Legacy defeated The Next Big Things in 9:10 when Ahmed Johnson defeated Nicky Gilbert by pinfall with a Maniac Side-Slam.
Rating: B- (75)

A bold move by Mr James, our General Manager to put this match so high up the card. The cocky young upstarts from the APW Dojo, Legacy, did well in picking up a win against a prolific tag team, formerly from RAW. The two teams had a good performance that justified the match's place on the card

Legacy gloat about the win after The Next Big Things headed backstage.
Rating: C+ (67)

These young men sure do think very highly of themselves. I believe there is more to come from this rookie tag team.

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Alyx Macquarie defeated 'Franchise' Alexander Banks in 16:21 by pinfall with a Super Kick.
Rating: B (77)

That, folks, was our main event. A technical masterclass with high flying maneuvers between two solid in ring performers. A match deserving of the main event.

Alyx helps Banks up before Superkicking him.
Rating: B (77)

What a good show of sportsmanship, I was not expecting this between these two bitter rivals... Oh my god! Alyx nailed Banks with a Super Kick! Despicable! Blatant disrespect from the winner of the match. This rivalry is far from over.

Banks gets up slowly before challenging Alyx next week. Alyx stands at the top of the ramp but doesn't say a word.
Rating: B (75)

Thank you all for tuning in to APW: Clash. Be sure to tune in next week for more quality wrestling.

APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 1, April 2015.
Card Rating: B- (76)
TV Rating: 0.47


APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 2, April 2015 Matches

Damian Dudley and Frogue Element vs Angel Of Death and N.E.X.T

Apocalypse vs The Sky Kings vs The Next Big Things vs Legacy

Echo vs Christopher Gerard

Quiz Master vs Harry Simonsen

Australian Title Match: Stan Standish vs Kerbecs (c)

Nathan McKenzie vs SubUrban Legend

Alyx Macquarie vs Alexander Banks

DevilShark vs Dogs Of War (c)

Predictions are welcome

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APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 2, April 2015

Welcome to APW: Clash! I'm your favourite colour commentator, Frank Mucciolo, this is my partner Dale Young and we are the voices of APW. The match card for tonight's show is stacked with great matches. Our main event will be the tag team match between the number one contenders for the APW Tag Team titles against the current tag team champions. A little sneak peek to their April PPV match which will be for those tag team titles. I can't wait for that main event! Leading up to that main event, we have a huge Fatal 4 Way Tag Team Elimination match between four young tag teams looking to prove themselves to the world. The Australian title will also be defended on tonight's show by he champion, Kerbecs. He will be facing his toughest title challenge yet, Stan Standish. His rival will be involved in a match later on the show against the Man-Beast that is Nathan McKenzie. McKenzie is an immensely talented athlete and a freakishly strong opponent. I don't see the young up-and-comer getting much offence against McKenzie and I certainly do not see him pulling off an upset. After that match, we will see a rematch of last week's main event between the bitter rivals, Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks. These two tore the house down last week and Alyx came out victorious. He then proceeded to superkick Banks and left Banks sprawled out on the mat as he left the ring. Banks must be incensed at Alyx's actions and will be looking to get revenge. Oh! Damian Dudley is making his entrance for the show opening match.

In an extremely short match, Damian Dudley and Frogue Element defeated Angel Of Death and N.E.X.T. in 4:26 when Damian Dudley defeated Angel Of Death by pinfall with an Ancient Savate Kick following interference from Dustin Lopez.
Rating: C- (56)

Frogue and Angel both on the mat. Frogue's looking for the hot tag, so is Angel. Who's that?! Dale! That's Dustin Lopez from developmental! He pulled N.E.X.T. off the apron! Frogue gets the tag... Ancient Savate Kick! Damian wins!

Dustin Lopez celebrates with Frogue Element and Damian Dudley.

Is Dustin Lopez aligning himself with Damian Dudley?

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, The Next Big Things defeated Legacy, The Apocalypse and The Sky Kings in 11:55; the order of elimination was The Sky Kings first, then Legacy, and finally The Apocalypse.
Rating: B (77)

The Next Big Things win! What a match! These four tag teams really exceeded expectations here. The crowd are cheering all eight men.

In an extremely short match, Echo defeated Christopher Gerard in 4:52 by pinfall with a Sound Blaster.
Rating: C+ (66)

Echo showed just how good he was in that bout, defeating his new rival.

In an extremely short match, Harry Simonson defeated Quiz Master in 4:17 by pinfall.
Rating: C (64)

The skilled veteran, Harry Simonsen beat the Quiz Master. A solid match between two solid workers.

Harry Simonsen, Quiz Master, Echo and Christopher Gerard brawl at ringside.
Rating: B- (77)

Echo and Quiz Master are assaulting Harry Simonsen at ringside! Gerard rushes to make the save! The four men are brawling!

In an extremely short match, Kerbecs defeated 'Showstopper' Stan Standish in 4:51 by submission with a Death Scream after botched interference from SubUrban Legend. Kerbecs makes defence number 16 of his APW Australian title.
Rating: C+ (71)

SubUrban Legend clocked Stan Standish with the Australian title on accident, behind the referee's back! He helped his rival, Kerbecs, retain his Australian title!

SubUrban Legend assaults Kerbecs with the Australian title. Stan Standish superkicks SubUrban Legend before leaving the ring, obviously flustered by what happened.
Rating: B (79)

SubUrban Legend is using Kerbecs' title to beat Kerbecs down. Stan Standish superkicks SubUrban Legend!! Stan Standish is shaking his head as he walks to the back.

In an extremely short match, SubUrban Legend defeated Nathan McKenzie in 5:27 by pinfall with a Legend Killer after a distraction from Cole Taylor. During the match we also had Cole Taylor distract Big Mac.
Rating: B- (76)

Cole is at ringside, distracting his rival, McKenzie. SubUrban Legend is getting up to his feet... hurricanrana! Legend Killer! It's over! The 450 splash seals the deal, SubUrban Legend pulls off the upset! Cole is laughing at ringside, he congratulates SubUrban Legend who looks ecstatic.

Cole continues to beat down McKenzie, with the intent of injuring the big man, before Banks rushes to McKenzie's aid.
Rating: B (79)

This is disgusting. This is uncalled for. Why? Cole is trying to hospitalize McKenzie with chair shot after chair shot to the sternum. Alexander Banks! Banks chases Cole out of the ring! Thank god for Alexander Banks, or McKenzie would have been in deep trouble.

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, 'Franchise' Alexander Banks defeated Alyx Macquarie in 16:09 by pinfall with a Super Kick.
Rating: A (90)

Banks is calling for Alyx to get up to his feet... superkick! Banks hit the superkick! He wins! He beat Alyx with his own move!

Banks offers a handshake to Alyx, Alyx snubs it and leaves the ring. Banks looks offended.
Rating: B- (74)

Banks showing sportsmanship, offering that handshake. Come on, Alyx, just shake his hand. Alyx is leaving the ring.

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, DevilShark defeated Dogs Of War in 16:30 when Devilfish defeated 'Chaos' Donovan Boon by pinfall with a Sharknado.
Rating: B (82)

DevilShark is keeping Boon in their corner, good strategy from the number one contenders. Boon is isolated. Lone Shark tags in his partner. Sharknado! The tag team finisher of DevilShark! The number one contenders making a statement by beating the champions!

Devilfish says that DevilShark will end the title reign of the Dogs Of War at the PPV.
Rating: B (78)

Strong words from the number one contenders. The champions need to regroup and draw up a new strategy if they want to retain their titles at the PPV.

APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 2, April 2015.
Card Rating: B+ (84)
TV Rating: 0.50

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Damian Dudley vs Angel Of Death
A rematch between two participants in the opening match last week. Damian Dudley looks to defeat Angel Of Death for the second time and, with an ally in his corner, he certainly has the advantage going into the match. However, Angel Of Death is not one to be overlooked, having won the APW developmental territory's main belt during his time in developmental.

Apocalypse vs Legacy
Two of the teams involved in a match of the night contender on last week's show face off yet again. Apocalypse, the team of Warmonger and Hatemonger, had a great showing last week but ultimately fell short as they lost the match to the team of Nicky Gilbert and Rod Sullivan. Apocalypse look to beat the less experienced team, Legacy, and get right back on track. Legacy, despite being eliminated second, have shown that they are a formidable unit who are not to be messed with. They have a win over The Next Big Things, the winner of last week's Fatal 4 Way match. Having been tag team partners during their time in developmental, they certainly can function well as a tag team.

Echo and Quiz Master vs Christopher Gerard
After the assault last week, Harry Simonsen has suffered a concussion and has not been cleared to compete by doctors. Thus, Christopher Gerard goes into this match alone. The team of Echo and Quiz Master, although untested, seem to be a solid unit that are on the same page. Gerard has the odds firmly stacked against him in this match.

Stan Standish vs SubUrban Legend
SubUrban Legend cost Stan Standish his shot at Kerbecs' title, albeit unintentionally. Stan Standish looked livid as he headed to the back last week and this match between them seemed inevitable. SubUrban Legend was one of the many wrestlers brought into APW from ZEN. He was brought in as a young, inexperienced rookie with huge potential, much like the current batch of developmental call ups. He has since flourished into a solid midcard act and is currently one of the top contenders for Kerbecs' Australian
title. However, Stan Standish is the golden standard in APW and SubUrban Legend will struggle to beat the more experienced superstar, Standish.

Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks vs The Rising Suns
Alyx and Banks are at heads with each other and have shown no remorse to one another in their previous matches. The two just do not get along. But, they will have to if they want to beat the team of Jimmy Stratosphere and Motty Kuroda. The Rising Suns have been working as a tag team for 8 years and know each other inside out. They have also proved to be excellent tag team, having two reigns with the Tag Team belts. The two main event superstars will have to put their hatred for each other aside and work as a team if they want to defeat their opponents.

Cole and DevilShark vs Kerbecs and Dogs Of War
The main event of APW: Clash will not only be a rematch between the tag champions and the number one contenders for the belt, but also a clash between the Australian and Commonwealth champions. Kerbecs and Dogs Of War make up the stable, Hounds Of Hades, and will have the advantage of having experience teaming with one another. The three men have great chemistry and will, no doubt, be executing fantastic tag team maneuvers. Cole is the Commonwealth champion and the top guy in APW and he is teaming with DevilShark, the number one contenders for the tag belts. This team, despite not having previously worked with one another, looks to be just as formidable as Hounds Of Hades. This match is sure to be a fantastic main event.


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APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 3, April 2015

Welcome to APW: Clash! We are only a week away from APW's Beachfront Breakdown! Tonight, we will have a star studded main event, with the Australian, Commonwealth and Tag Team champions all in the same match! Preceding that, we have The Rising Suns going up against bitter rivals, Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks. We will see if the two superstars can work well with one another to beat a high quality tag team. Last week, SubUrban Legend cost Stan Standish his Australian title match. We will see them face off in a one on one clash tonight. I'm Frank Mucciolo, the best colour commentator in Australia, and I am accompanied by Dale Young. Let's get right into the action.

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Damian Dudley defeated Angel Of Death in 7:05 by pinfall with an Ancient Savate Kick after a distraction from Dustin Lopez.
Rating: C+ (71)

Damian Dudley wins! Dustin Lopez jumped onto the apron, distracting the referee and allowing Damian to low blow Angel Of Death. Despicable.

Frogue Element and N.E.X.T. trade verbal jabs backstage.
Rating: B (78)

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Legacy defeated The Apocalypse in 13:02 when Ahmed Johnson defeated Warmonger by pinfall with a Maniac Side-Slam.
Rating: B (82)

Big win for Legacy! The two teams did extremely well in that match, but the young upstarts pick up the win on the monstrous Apocalypse.

Legacy calls out The Next Big Things. They want a match with The Next Big Things at the upcoming PPV. The Next Big Things accept the challenge.
Rating: B- (73)

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Echo and Quiz Master defeated Christopher Gerard in a Handicap match in 8:05 when Quiz Master defeated Christopher Gerard by pinfall with The Big Riddle.
Rating: C+ (69)

Christopher Gerard fought valiantly but ultimately had no chance. Echo and Quiz Master worked well together and destroyed him.

Echo and Quiz Master attack Christopher Gerard after the match. Harry Simonsen makes the save. Echo and Quiz Master retreat.
Rating: B- (76)

Echo and Quiz, trying to injure Gerard like they hurt Simonsen. Disgusting scenes. Harry Simonsen rushes out! Quiz Master and Echo retreat!

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, 'Showstopper' Stan Standish defeated SubUrban Legend in 12:52 by pinfall with a Brainbuster. Maurice Jackson is on special guest commentary.

Well, no surprises there. Stan Standish methodically beat SubUrban Legend, not allowing the young man to show off his aerial prowess.

Maurice Jackson challenges Stan Standish at the upcoming PPV. Stan Standish accepts the challenge.
Rating: B (79)

We have a dream match up for Beachfront Breakdown right there!

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Alyx Macquarie and 'Franchise' Alexander Banks defeated The Rising Suns in 14:21 when Alyx Macquarie defeated Motty Kuroda by pinfall with a Super Kick.
Rating: B+ (86)

What a match! Both teams pulled out all the stops but the superstar team of Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks pulled out the win with a Super Kick from Alyx. The two rivals looked strong as a unit tonight.

Alyx Macquarie tries to Superkick Alexander Banks but Banks counters with a Superkick of his own
Rating: B (81)

I knew that would happen! Those two combustible elements were bound to blow up!

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Hounds Of Hades (Kerbecs, 'Corrupt' Rusty Mills and 'Chaos' Donovan Boon) defeated Cole Taylor and DevilShark in 19:54 when 'Chaos' Donovan Boon defeated Lone Shark by pinfall with a Donovan Driver.
Rating: B (80)

A fantastic main event to close off the night. The Hounds Of Hades got a well deserved victory, but Cole and DevilShark showed immense quality, lasting 20 minutes before a big piledriver ended their night.

Nathan McKenzie attacks Cole Taylor after the match, slamming Cole onto the barricade.
Rating: B (77)

McKenzie attacking Cole! Ruthless! Devastating!

APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 3, April 2015.
Card Rating: B (81)
TV Rating: 0.49

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Damian Dudley vs Frogue Element vs N.E.X.T. vs Dustin Lopez
A Fatal 4 Way match featuring the four very capable in ring workers. Frogue Element and N.E.X.T. want to settle who is superior between the two. The addition of Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez could call for the two rivals to work together to neutralize the allies.

The Next Big Things vs The Sky Kings
The Next Big Things, Nicky Gilbert and Rod Sullivan are one of the hottest tag team acts in APW at the moment and will look for a win against Vertigo and Super Zero to keep their momentum strong, heading towards Beachfront Beatdown. Vertigo and Super Zero are a strong tag team but they do not have much momentum with them. It is hard to see anything but a victory for The Next Big Things who will be facing Legacy at the upcoming PPV.

Echo and Quiz Master vs Christopher Gerard and Harry Simonsen
Echo and Quiz Master have been trying to stop Gerard and Simonsen from competing at Beachfront Beatdown by ruthlessly attacking them after grueling matches. However, they have been largely unsuccessful. The two men will go head to head with Gerard and Simonsen, who will definitely be looking to get their own back at the despicable bad guys.

Maurice Jackson vs SubUrban Legend
Maurice Jackson has a dream match with Stan Standish on Saturday, a Beachfront Beatdown but will have to compete tonight against a motivated SubUrban Legend. Having lost to Stan Standish on last week's show, SubUrban Legend will be looking to beat the established star to build some momentum.

Australian Title Match: Kerbecs (c) vs Stan Standish
Kerbecs is the current Australian champion. This rematch between Stan Standish and Kerbecs will be for that title. Stan Standish lost to Kerbecs after a botched interference from Suburban Legend and will be looking to beat the champion and win the Australian title in this match. Kerbecs has held the title for 6 months and has defended it 16 times. He will be looking to make his 17th title defense in this match against one of the biggest superstars in the company.

Cole Taylor vs Nathan McKenzie
This match is Cole Taylor's worst nightmare. Cole defeated McKenzie with a Tailor-Made kick two weeks back and will have to face the monstrous man again. McKenzie will be sure to look out for that kick and not allow Cole to defeat him again. Cole Taylor and Nathan McKenzie have a heated rivalry between them that stems from their time together as a stable. Cole would interfere in McKenzie's matches and distract the referee of McKenzie's opponents to ensure that McKenzie wins. McKenzie saw this as Cole thinking he was not good enough to win matches by himself and told Cole to stop. Cole continued to interfere in his matches. McKenzie was gaining steam and was given a match to become the number one contender for the Commonwealth title. In that match, Cole clocked McKenzie with his title belt and cost McKenzie the match and the chance to become number one contender for Cole's Commonwealth title. McKenzie assaulted Cole backstage on TV the following Wednesday. This marked the start of their rivalry. Cole will have to go one on one again with the monster at the Beachfront Beatdown PPV for the Commonwealth title.

Dogs Of War vs The Rising Suns
At Beachfront Beatdown on Saturday, Dogs Of War will be defending their tag team titles against the number one contenders, DevilShark. A win against the number two contenders would be ideal as they head towards the PPV with a win and huge amounts of momentum. The Rising Suns are no pushovers but this match against the tag champions is undoubtedly going to be very tough.

Apocalypse vs Legacy vs Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks
Alyx and Banks will have to work together again in order to win against two great tag teams with a lot of momentum. Banks and Alyx worked well together last week but attacked each other after the match. Who knows whether they can work as a unit again? Legacy and Apocalypse put up an entertaining match last week, with Legacy picking up the win. The rookies, Ahmed Johnson and Marcus Walker, would love to pick up another win, this time against two of the biggest stars in the company. Apocalypse, on the other hand, need a win to get right back on track after their loss last week.

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APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 4, April 2015

This is the show before Beachfront Breakdown! Welcome to APW: Clash! I am Frank Mucciolo, this is Dale Young, we will be calling the action tonight. What a show this is going to be! In our main event, Alyx and Banks will be teaming up, once again, to face Legacy and Apocalypse. Banks and Alyx worked together during the match but attacked each other after the fact last week. These two are obviously at each other's throats and we will see whether they can function as a unit again later tonight. If they don't work together, we could very well see another win for Legacy, which would help boost their momentum through the roof. We cannot count out Apocalypse either. The two burly big men will want a win very badly tonight, after losing to Legacy on last week's show. The Australian title will be defended on tonight's show, with Stan Standish getting a rematch for the belt after SubUrban Legend cost him the win a few weeks ago. Another big match is one that features the current Commonwealth champion, Cole Taylor. He will be facing Nathan McKenzie, who is his bitter rival and the man that challenges him for his belt on Saturday. Cole beat McKenzie and defended his title a few weeks back when he hit the Tailor-Made kick that knocked McKenzie out cold. McKenzie will have to be wary of that devastating maneuver in tonight's match as well as Saturday's title challenge. Without further ado, let's get right into the action.

In an extremely short match, Damian Dudley defeated Dustin Lopez, Frogue Element and N.E.X.T. in 5:26 when Damian Dudley defeated Frogue Element by pinfall with an Ancient Savate Kick.
Rating: C (60)

Like I expected, Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez worked together to dominate the match. Frogue and N.E.X.T were unable to work together and were simply outnumbered.

In an extremely short match, The Next Big Things defeated The Sky Kings in 4:37 when Nicky Gilbert defeated Super Zero by pinfall with an Over-Cast.
Rating: C+ (67)

A good win for The Next Big Things heading into Beachfront Breakdown.

In an extremely short match, Echo and Quiz Master defeated Harry Simonson and Christopher Gerard in 5:22 when Quiz Master defeated Christopher Gerard by pinfall with The Big Riddle.
Rating: C+ (67)

The two teams brawl after the match
Rating: B (78)

Echo and Quiz Master continues to beat down the losers in the match. Gerard and Simonsen get up to their feet. The two teams are exchanging blows... Gerard and Simonsen lock in Sleeper Holds!

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, SubUrban Legend defeated Maurice Jackson in 10:59 by pinfall with a Legend Killer.
Rating: B- (74)

SubUrban Legend pulls off a big upset! 450 splash to Maurice Jackson gives him the win!

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Kerbecs defeated 'Showstopper' Stan Standish in 11:52 by pinfall. Kerbecs makes defence number 17 of his APW Australian title.
Rating: B- (76)

Another upset! Kerbecs nails Stan Standish with a lariat and retains his title! That's number 17!

SubUrban Legend challenges Kerbecs for the Australian title at Beachfront Breakdown. Kerbecs accepts the challenge and promises to make it defence number 18.
Rating: B- (75)

Well, now we know who Kerbecs is defending his title against... SubUrban Legend!

In an extremely short match, Nathan McKenzie defeated Cole Taylor in 5:08 by pinfall with a Spear. Nathan McKenzie dominated the match, not allowing Cole Taylor to get any offence in.
Rating: C (60)

McKenzie destroyed Cole. If that is a sign of things to come, we will have a new Commonwealth champion at Beachfront Breakdown.

McKenzie bellows into the mic, he proclaims that he is better than Cole will ever be.
Rating: B- (76)

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Dogs Of War defeated The Rising Suns in 11:44 when 'Chaos' Donovan Boon defeated Motty Kuroda by pinfall with a War Cry.
Rating: B (80)

The Rising Suns were unable to beat the current tag champions here tonight. Dogs Of War go into Beachfront Breakdown with a strong win a lot of momentum.

DevilShark blindside Dogs Of War after the match.
Rating: B- (74)

DevilShark are sending a message to the champions. They intend to walk out of Beachfront Breakdown as the new tag champs.

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Legacy defeated The Apocalypse and Alyx Macquarie and 'Franchise' Alexander Banks in 12:32; the order of elimination was Alyx Macquarie and 'Franchise' Alexander Banks first, and then The Apocalypse.
Rating: B- (74)

Legacy pick up another win as Alyx Macquarie super kicked his tag partner before walking out on him. The two rivals just can't stand each other.

Legacy proclaims that they will continue this winning stream and beat The Next Big Things on Saturday.
Rating: B (77)

Alexander Banks looks for Alyx Macquarie backstage. Alyx Macquarie is nowhere to be found.
Rating: B (81)

I can't wait for their match on Saturday!

And that marks the end of the show! Thank you all for tuning in, make sure to watch Beachfront Breakdown on PPV on Saturday and tune in again next week for more APW: Clash.

APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 4, April 2015.
Card Rating: B- (75)
TV Rating: 0.48

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Damian Dudley vs Angel Of Death
Damian Dudley will open the show against the Angel Of Death. Dudley will have Dustin Lopez in his corner and will be looking at a win to boost his momentum. He has been doing well since his debut on the main roster after a spell in developmental. Angel Of Death has not won a single match in April and will be looking for a big win. Both competitors will be making their first appearance on an APW PPV.

Frogue Element vs N.E.X.T.
The two ex-RAW superstars will be set to settle their dispute over who is the better wrestler at Beachfront Breakdown. It will be the first PPV appearance in APW for both men who were both brought in at the start of the month. These two men will be looking to prove themselves in this match.

Apocalypse vs The Sky Kings
Apocalypse, Warmonger and Hatemonger, was the premier tag team in DIW, a hardcore promotion in Australia, before joining APW. They have not reached the dizzying heights of the tag title picture just yet, but a win against The Sky Kings in their APW PPV debut would give them the boost they need to spur themselves up the card. The Sky Kings are in the same boat, having made their name as the premier tag team in ZEN before joining APW. The Sky Kings are the underdogs in this match, being the smaller and physically weaker team.

Quiz Master vs Harry Simonsen
Harry Simonsen has a deep hatred for Quiz Master after Quiz Master and Echo attacked him and gave him a concussion. He has yet to get his revenge on Quiz Master as him and Christopher Gerard were unable to get on the same page to beat Quiz Master and Echo. Harry Simonsen will, no doubt, be going all out to get the win but Quiz Master is a formidable opponent.

Christopher Gerard vs Echo
Harry Simonsen has been the main focus of Echo and Quiz Master's attacks, but Christopher Gerard has suffered collateral damage from trying to help Harry Simonsen against his assailants. Christopher Gerard is a talented in ring worker who prides himself on knowing hundreds of submission maneuvers. He looks to get revenge on Echo in a grudge match.

Maurice Jackson vs Stan Standish
A dream match between two of APW's biggest stars. Undoubtedly a highlight of this event. Maurice Jackson was taken out of action by Stan Standish on APW: Clash in the first week of April after a Package Piledriver gave him a severe concussion. He returned on APW: Clash on the third week of April to challenge Standish. Maurice will be facing Standish in a singles bout for the first time since July of 2014. 9 months after their last one on one match, the two superstars will be facing each other in a bout that could well be the match of the night.

The Next Big Things vs Legacy
Two teams. Four young, hungry and talented wrestlers that are bound for success in the future. Legacy and The Next Big Things have a lot in common, but are very different indeed. The Next Big Things are the innovative high-flying entertainers cultivated by the creators of the soap opera style of wrestling, Revolution Australian Wrestling. Legacy are the technically gifted brawlers with a strong command over a vast array of submissions and throws, cultivated by the APW developmental territory. Both teams are going into this PPV with everything to gain. The team that picks up the win will get a shot at the APW Tag Team Titles on APW: Clash the next week. This match can make one of these young teams a main event act.

APW Australian Title Match: SubUrban Legend vs Kerbecs (c)
SubUrban Legend beat Maurice Jackson on APW: Clash last week and so he will be going into this match with a significant amount of momentum. Kerbecs won the match clean and defended his title for the 17th time against Stan Standish on the same TV taping. He looks to make it defence number 18 tonight. The champion and the challenger have both shown that they can beat high caliber opponents and this clash between the two will be one to keep an eye on. If both men perform to the best of their ability, this match could steal the show.

APW Commonwealth Title Match: Cole Taylor (c) vs Nathan McKenzie
Cole vs McKenzie. The rivalry between the two has been long and brutal. Both men have strong hatred for one another. Cole feels McKenzie was unappreciative to the help he gave the big man. McKenzie feels Cole looked down on him and saw him as nothing more than a minion. He felt Cole was just using him to help defend his title. McKenzie is bigger, stronger and just as agile as Cole. The challenger is a monster, a freak of nature, a physical specimen. McKenzie destroyed the champion on TV last week and looks to do the same again, this time taking the title in the process. Cole is an intelligent champion who has held the APW Commonwealth Title 4 times and has defended it against the likes of Stan Standish and Maurice Jackson.

APW Tag Team Title Match: DevilShark vs Dogs Of War
Dogs Of War are going into their 5th title defence looking to defeat a long time rival, the four time APW tag champions, DevilShark. The two best tag teams in Australia, going head to head in a match for the ages. With the APW Tag Team Titles are on the line in this match, there is even more at stake. These two teams faced each other on TV a few weeks ago in the lead up to this match but, the teams are sure to outdo themselves on a bigger stage.

30 Minute Iron Man Match: Alyx Macquarie vs Alexander Banks
Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks have had a very heated rivalry thus far. The two have been involved in show-stealing bouts that have made them two of the most talked about names in wrestling today. At Beachfront Breakdown, the two will go one on one... in a 30 minute Iron Man match. The ultimate test of skill, stamina and will to win. The two men will look to top the other in the main event of APW's April PPV. This match could be a match of the night, or perhaps match of the year candidate.
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APW: Beachfront Breakdown. Saturday, Week 4, April 2015

Ladies and gentlemen... welcome to APW: Beachfront Breakdown! This is our April PPV and the card is stacked! Alyx vs Banks. DevilShark vs Dogs Of War. Cole vs McKenzie. Maurice vs Stan Standish. This PPV is sure to be nothing short of a classic! I'm the most charismatic colour commentator around, Frank Mucciolo and I am accompanied by Dale Young. Tonight, on PPV, we are bringing you APW: Beachfront Breakdown! Let's get into the action!

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Damian Dudley defeated Angel Of Death in 12:08 by pinfall with an Ancient Savate Kick.
Rating: B- (76)

A great match to get the crowd going. Damian Dudley connects with his beautiful flying kick and pinned Angel of Death clean.

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, N.E.X.T. defeated Frogue Element in 11:43 by pinfall with a Flash Forward.
Rating: C+ (66)

N.E.X.T. picks up the win in a decent bout with Frogue Element, showing that he is the better wrestler, at least for tonight.

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Dustin Lopez defeated Jimmy Stratosphere in 8:40 by pinfall with a Steel Axe Kick.
Rating: B (80)

What a match! These two knocked it out of the park tonight! Dustin Lopez showed the world how good he is on his in ring debut.

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Sky Kings defeated The Apocalypse in 12:25 when Super Zero defeated Warmonger by pinfall with a Fall From Grace.
Rating: B (80)

The Sky Kings pick up the win! An important win for a team who have not had much going for them as of late.

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Harry Simonson defeated Quiz Master in 10:46 by pinfall.
Rating: C+ (69)

Quiz Master grabs Harry Simonsen by the shoulder... he reaches his hand out for a handshake. Simonsen shakes his hand.
Rating: B- (74)

Is he going to attack him?! No... he's extending his hand out. They're shaking hands!

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Christopher Gerard defeated Echo in 6:29 by pinfall with a T-Bone Suplex.
Rating: C+ (67)

Echo shakes Christopher Gerard's hand in a show of respect, much like Quiz Master shook Harry's hand earlier.
Rating: B- (73)

It seems like they've found new respect for each other as well. Good to see sportsmanship in wrestling.

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Maurice Jackson defeated 'Showstopper' Stan Standish in 10:49 by pinfall with a Rolling DDT.
Rating: B (79)

That was a match that delivered fully. The two superstars put up a good show but Maurice wins after hitting his signature DDT.

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Legacy defeated The Next Big Things in 13:29 when Marcus Walker defeated Rod Sullivan by pinfall with an Elevated Warrior Exploder.
Rating: B (79)

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Kerbecs defeated SubUrban Legend in 12:57 by pinfall. Kerbecs makes defence number 18 of his APW Australian title.
Rating: B (78)

And that is defence number 18! Can anyone take the title off Kerbecs?

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Cole Taylor defeated Nathan McKenzie in 12:16 by pinfall with a Tailor-Made. Cole Taylor makes defence number 2 of his APW Commonwealth title.
Rating: B- (74)

Cole hits Tailor-Made! Cole retains! McKenzie is out cold.

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Dogs Of War defeated DevilShark in 16:29 when 'Chaos' Donovan Boon defeated Devilfish by pinfall with a War Cry. Dogs Of War make defence number 5 of their APW Tag Team title.
Rating: B (78)

Dogs Of War retain their tag titles in a great bout! I can't wait to see them put their belts on the line against Legacy next Wednesday.

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, 'Franchise' Alexander Banks defeated Alyx Macquarie in a 30 Minute Iron Man match in 30:00 by two falls to one
Rating: A (94)

Banks... superkick! One! Two! Three! It's two falls to one! The match is over! Banks wins! Banks win! They went back and forth for 30 minutes and a last minute superkick seals it! Banks beat Alyx in the match of the night; in the main event.

Alexander Banks celebrates his win, embracing the cheers of the crowd.
Rating: B (80)

Alyx Macquarie hits Alexander Banks with a low blow. Banks falls to his knees. The crowd boos. Alyx knees Banks on the back of his head, Banks slumps to the ground, motionless. The crowd goes silent.
Rating: B (81)

Why would you do that?! Oh my god! His knees just connected with the back of Banks' head! Banks is out cold!

Alyx Macquarie continues the beat down until Stan Standish rushes out to make the save. Alyx retreats.
Rating: B (81)

Alyx has a steel chair! Somebody stop him! Stan Standish is rushing out to save his former tag partner! Alyx retreats through the crowd!

APW: Beachfront Breakdown
Card Rating: B+ (88)
PPV Buyrate: 0.26

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Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez vs Angel Of Death and ???
Angel Of Death wants a tag match against Damian and Dustin as he believes that's what all the previous matches have effectively been. He claims he has a tag partner but Damian and Dustin call him crazy. Angel Of Death tells them to wait and see. If Angel was indeed spouting nonsense, he has gotten himself into another losing situation.

Apocalypse vs The Rising Suns
Since Jimmy Stratosphere and his tag partner, Motty Kuroda were not successful in their challenge for tag team gold, they will have to earn another title shot against the intimidating Apocalypse on APW: Clash. If The Rising Suns beat Apocalypse on Clash, they will be placed in a match to determine the number one contenders for the tag titles currently held by Dogs Of War. Apocalypse will be looking to make up for their loss against The Sky Kings on Beachfront Breakdown last week with a win in this match.

The Next Big Things vs The Sky Kings
The Sky Kings won their match on Saturday and will be going into this match against The Next Big Things with momentum. However, momentum might not be enough for The Sky Kings as Nicky Gilbert and Rod Sullivan are a very capable unit with a lot of experience teaming together for their age. The Next Big Things are former RAW tag champions and are sure to be fired up by that humbling loss to Legacy.

Echo vs Quiz Master vs Frogue Element vs N.E.X.T.
This match will see an old rivals go up against each other for the first time on APW programming. Echo and Frogue Element had a main event rivalry during their time on RAW which was for the RAW Quest title. Frogue and N.E.X.T. also had a match last Saturday in which Frogue lost. Frogue will need to not let those strong emotions cloud his judgement if he is to win in this Fatal 4 Way. We could see glimpses of Echo and Quiz Master working together in this matchup as they showed decent tag team chemistry that got them the win against Harry Simonsen and Christopher Gerard in a tag match on TV a few weeks back.

APW Tag Team Title Match: Legacy vs Dogs Of War (c)
Legacy beat The Next Big Things on Saturday to earn this title match against the champions. Ahmed Johnson and Marcus Walker are a part of the first batch of graduates from the APW Academy. If they get the win here, Legacy will have cemented themselves as a part of APW folklore... in their debut year. However, winning the title will definitely be a challenge as Dogs Of War have defended that title valiantly 5 times, against top teams such as The Rising Suns and DevilShark. Dogs Of War could very well be the best tag team in the world at the present moment.

Cole Taylor, Alyx Macquarie and SubUrban Legend vs Stan Standish, Alexander Banks and Nathan McKenzie w. Maurice Jackson on special guest commentary
The main event of APW: Clash will be a star studded showdown between two teams. These six athletes are six of the best in the company. Alexander Banks and Alyx Macquarie are the hottest commodities in the world of wrestling at the moment, after their 5* match on Saturday. Banks was attacked by Alyx after that match, prompting Stan Standish to make the save. Standish will be on Banks' team tonight and their fantastic tag team chemistry could spur their team to victory. McKenzie is also on Banks' team. The man-beast suffered a huge loss to Cole at Beachfront Breakdown after he fell victim to the Tailor-Made kick and will want a win to get back on track.
Cole and Alyx are on the opposing team. These two, like Banks and Standish, have heaps of prior tag experience which will definitely come into play in a match like this. Their teammate is SubUrban Legend, whose meteoric rise was halted temporarily by Kerbecs, who defended his Australian title for the 18th time at the PPV last Saturday. Being the youngest in the match, he will certainly have the most to prove against the big names of APW.
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Australian Pro Wrestling Have Bought Out The Philadelphia-Based Wrestling Promotion, Phoenix Wrestling Company.

Phoenix Wrestling Company was a wrestling company based in Philadelphia and offers a hardcore product aimed at the 18-30 male demographic. Due to its hardcore nature, the wrestling promotion was unable to sign a TV deal and thus were unable to make enough money to keep themselves afloat. The company was gaining popularity very quickly but made a few unsound financial decisions that led to them losing money and being unable to pay off their debt. It looked bad for the regional-sized wrestling promotion as their debts caused sponsors to boycott the product. The company were about to file for bankruptcy. Fans of the product were outraged that the company was folding.

This was when the Melbourne wrestling company, Australian Pro Wrestling, stepped in. The owner of the Australian wrestling company, a man that goes by Mr Mystery saw how attached fans were to the product and decided to buy out the company. Mr Mystery, who prefers "wrestling to soap operas and over the top hardcore products" has allowed the Philly-based wrestling federation to stay in business, albeit with a less violent product. The owner of Australian Pro Wrestling says that "the current product has no commercial viability" and "it needs that(commercial viability) to go to the next level."

Mr Mystery has also made his intentions for buying out the company clear. He says that he bought out the company to "make a new friend in the West". He has sent veterans, such as Boo Smithson, from his company's own developmental territory to the company in the United States. This will, no doubt, help the growth and expansion of the company that will now go by Phoenix Pro Wrestling.

This marks a new era for the Philadelphia-based promotion. Just like a phoenix rising from the ashes, the company lives on. What will the future hold for this company? Only time will tell.
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APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 1, May 2015

Welcome to APW: Clash, with me Frank Mucciolo and my commentary partner Dale Young. As always, today's show will be a fantastic one! Another star-studded match fills up our main event spot. SubUrban Legend, Cole Taylor and Alyx Macquarie face the team of Nathan McKenzie, Alexander Banks and Stan Standish! It surely will be a showdown to remember. Legacy will also be getting a shot at the tag team titles on tonight's show, will this be their breakout night? Opening the show, we have a very intriguing match between the team of Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez against Angel Of Death and a mystery man. Enough talk, it's time to clash!

Who will be the mystery man? It's... Jeremy Alvarez from developmental! Jeremy has made waves in APW's developmental territory, winning the TV title before relinquishing it while on tour on Saturday. Now he's on the main roster!

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Angel Of Death and Jeremy Alvarez defeated Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez in 7:40 when Jeremy Alvarez defeated Damian Dudley by pinfall with an Olympian Powerbomb.
Rating: B (80)

What a win on his debut! Jeremy Alvarez really stole the show in this match. His pop-up Powerbomb looked devastating!

Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez attack Jeremy Alvarez and Angel Of Death from behind.

This is uncalled for. You rookies should take the loss like a man.

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, The Apocalypse defeated The Rising Suns in 10:40 when Hatemonger defeated Motty Kuroda by pinfall with a Doomsday.
Rating: B (81)

The Rising Suns lost! They will not be a part of the number one contenders match next week. What a crushing loss for Jimmy Stratosphere and Motty Kuroda!

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, The Next Big Things defeated The Sky Kings in 10:57 when Nicky Gilbert defeated Vertigo by pinfall with an Over-Cast.
Rating: B (77)

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Quiz Master defeated Frogue Element, N.E.X.T. and Echo in 8:47 when Quiz Master defeated N.E.X.T. by pinfall with The Big Riddle.
Rating: C+ (69)

A win for Quiz Master! That match was effectively a one on one between Quiz and N.E.X.T. though, with Echo and Frogue brawling in the crowd.

Frogue Element and Echo continue to brawl after the match. Venue security pull them apart.
Rating: B (78)

They don't stop brawling! Someone get security out here! There we go. Split them up.

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Dogs Of War defeated Legacy in 16:03 when 'Chaos' Donovan Boon defeated Ahmed Johnson by pinfall with a War Cry. During the match we saw Devilfish distract the referee, and Lone Shark also attack Walker. Dogs Of War make defence number 6 of their APW Tag Team titles.
Rating: B (80)

Dogs Of War defend their title. DevilShark screwed Legacy out of their big moment, with Devilfish dragging the referee out of the ring at a two count. Legacy were robbed!

Legacy try to attack DevilShark but DevilShark escapes.
Rating: B (78)

Dogs Of War give Legacy another title shot next week.
Rating: B (79)

That's what a good champion would do! Kerbecs must be teaching those guys a thing or two about sportsmanship in his little cult.

In a bout that featured great action and average heat, Nathan McKenzie and God's Gift defeated SubUrban Legend and Top Dogs in 19:38 when Nathan McKenzie defeated SubUrban Legend by pinfall with a Spear.
Rating: B- (76)

McKenzie dominated that matchup. A solid end to a solid show.

The two teams stare each other down.
Rating: B (79)

I'm getting goosebumps just watching that.

APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 1, May 2015
Card Rating: B (77)
TV Rating: 0.53

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Damian Dudley vs Dustin Lopez vs Jeremy Alvarez
Angel Of Death was diagnosed with a blown ear drum and will not be competing on the next APW: Clash. This leaves new kid on the block, Jeremy Alvarez, going into a match that he is destined to lose. With no allies, Jeremy Alvarez will have to overcome the team of Dustin Lopez and Damian Dudley by himself. It seems too much for a man with only one main roster match under his belt.

Echo vs Frogue Element
The two have a simmering hatred for one another that was put on display in their Fatal 4 Way match last week. The two men started to brawl in the crowd during that match which cost them both a potential victory. They will get the chance to settle their dispute in a one on one on APW: Clash this week.

Christopher Gerard vs Harry Simonsen
Christopher Gerard challenged Harry Simonsen to a showcase match on social media. He claims that the two can have a bout that would top the Alyx vs Banks 30 minute Iron Man. The match between the two will be set for this week's TV taping. Can this match live up to Gerard's claims?

Apocalypse vs The Rising Suns vs The Sky Kings
The Rising Suns took to social media to express their disdain for the way APW is ran and demand for their title shot. This match was booked in response to their demand. The Rising Suns will have to face two tag teams in a Triple Threat. The winner of this bout will have to face, and beat the number one contenders for the tag titles, and the tag champions in order to get a title shot at Caged Showdown, making the match a Fatal 4 Way. These two matches against the number one contenders and tag champions will be held on Week 3's and Week 4's APW: Clash.

Match To Decide Number One Contender For Commonwealth title: Maurice Jackson vs Alyx Macquarie vs Alexander Banks vs Nathan McKenzie
The winner of this match will face Cole Taylor at APW: Caged Showdown, in a steel cage. A big match filled with big personalities, from the man-beast Nathan McKenzie, to the 5 Star Match Machines that are Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks. Maurice Jackson is also looking for a win in this match

Match To Decide Third Team In Triple Threat For Tag Team titles at PPV: The Next Big Things vs DevilShark
Formidable tag teams are at heads on tonight's co-main event.A crucial match for both teams involved. A shot at the Tag Team titles is on the line. The Next Big Things, the hungry young lions looking to make their mark, against DevilShark, the former tag champs who want to regain their spot at the top of the tag division.

APW Tag Team Title Match: Dogs Of War (c) vs Legacy
Legacy gets another shot at the tag team belts after they lost in their initial title challenge due to DevilShark's interference. This could be Legacy's time to shine as they almost pinned the champions last week before a disgruntled Devilfish dragged the referee out of the ring at the count of two.
In this match, DevilShark will be banned from ringside. If DevilShark come to ringside despite the ban, they will not be able to challenge for the tag titles for six months. Will Dogs Of War come out of APW: Clash as champions? Or will Legacy win the title and etch themselves into APW's history.

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APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 2, May 2015

Welcome to APW: Clash! We are two weeks away from APW: Caged Showdown. This episode of APW: Clash will shape how the title matches look for that very PPV. Tonight's main event sees the tag title rematch from last week. The tag champs, Dogs Of War defends their titles against Legacy. This time, DevilShark are banned from ringside so no one will be able to spoil the fun. The tag team that will join Legacy, the number one contenders, and the tag champions, Dogs Of War, will also be decided in a traditional tag team bout. The teams involved will be The Next Big Things and DevilShark. I'm going to put my money on DevilShark to pick up the win due to them having more experience. In the match preceding that, The Rising Suns will face Apocalypse and The Sky Kings in a Triple Threat tag team clash. The winners of the bout will have to face the number one contenders next week, followed by the tag champions the week after, in order to be put into the title match at the PPV. So, a win in that match tonight will not guarantee the winners a title shot. A match that will guarantee a title shot at the PPV, however, is the Fatal 4 Way between Maurice Jackson, Nathan McKenzie, Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks. The winner will face Cole Taylor in a match at Caged Showdown in a steel cage, for Cole's Commonwealth title.

In an extremely short match, Damian Dudley defeated Dustin Lopez and Jeremy Alvarez in 5:16 when Damian Dudley defeated Jeremy Alvarez by pinfall with a Steel Axe Kick.
Rating: C (63)

As expected, Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez took out Jeremy Alvarez as a unit. Dustin gave the win to Damian, watching as Damian got the pinfall win.

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Echo defeated Frogue Element in 7:02 by pinfall with a Sound Blaster.
Rating: C+ (67)

Echo and Frogue Element brawl after their match is over, leading to security breaking the brawl up
Rating: B (77)

The two rivals are brawling at ringside! Security are breaking them up. I'm getting a sense of deja vu.

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Harry Simonson defeated Christopher Gerard in 10:56 by pinfall.
Rating: B (80)

Christopher Gerard shakes Harry Simonsen's hand. When Simonsen's back is turned, he pulls out a set of brass knuckles and uses it to bash Simonsen's skull.
Rating: B- (74)

What is he doing?! He's bashing Simonsen's skull in! He can't do this! Somebody stop him!!

The lights go out. When it turns back on, Kerbecs is standing over Gerard, who looks like he's out cold.

What's going on? That's Kerbecs! Kerbecs has knocked out Gerard? What just happened?

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Apocalypse defeated The Rising Suns and The Sky Kings in 10:36; the order of elimination was The Rising Suns first, and then The Sky Kings.
Rating: B (80)

The Rising Suns are furious and announces their resignation.
Rating: B- (74)

They're quitting?! It's just a loss, get over it!

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Nathan McKenzie defeated 'Franchise' Alexander Banks, Maurice Jackson and Alyx Macquarie in 11:14 when Nathan McKenzie defeated Maurice Jackson by pinfall with a Spear. The finish saw 'Showstopper' Stan Standish take over as referee after the original official was knocked out.
Rating: B- (76)

McKenzie is still the number one contender for Cole's title. It looks like we are going to have a rematch at Caged Showdown.

Maurice Jackson blames Stan Standish for his loss. Standish pulled Maurice off McKenzie when it looked like McKenzie was injured.
Rating: B- (75)

It looked pretty fair to me. The referee is supposed to care for the well-being of the wrestlers.

In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Next Big Things defeated DevilShark in 10:51 when Nicky Gilbert defeated Devilfish by pinfall with an Over-Cast.
Rating: B (79)

Nicky and Rod are going to be in the triple threat at Caged Showdown! They're getting a shot at the titles!

DevilShark looked to be leaving the ring before... double superkicks! The Next Big Things are laid out in the center of the ring.
Rating: B- (76)

Superkick! Devilfish and Lone Shark just superkicked the winners of the match!

In a bout that featured great action but not much in the way of heat, Dogs Of War defeated Legacy in 16:24 when 'Chaos' Donovan Boon defeated Marcus Walker by pinfall with a War Cry. Dogs Of War make defence number 7 of their APW Tag Team titles.
Rating: B+ (86)

This match absolutely stole the show! What a match! Legacy simply could not beat Dogs Of War, who were on top of their game tonight. Dogs Of War retain their titles for the 7th time.

APW: Clash. Wednesday, Week 2, May 2015
Card Rating: 83
TV Rating: 0.54
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Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez vs The Sky Kings
Damian Dudley and Dustin Lopez ever since Dustin arrived on the main roster. However, they have not faced a proper tag team with tag experience and, on APW: Clash on Wednesday, that is going to change. The Sky Kings lost in a Triple Threat tag match last week to Apocalypse and will want to take win against an inexperienced duo like Damian and Dustin.

Christopher Gerard vs Kerbecs and N.E.X.T. and Quiz Master
Christopher Gerard lost to Harry Simonsen before smashing a set of brass knuckles on Simonsen's skull. Harry Simonsen was immediately sent to the hospital after the match and was diagnosed with a severe concussion. Harry Simonsen has had a history of concussions and doctors have stated that another severe concussion could force him to retire. Christopher Gerard's punishment will be 3 on 1 handicap match in which he will face Quiz Master, N.E.X.T. and Kerbecs. In a 3 on 1 handicap, the odds are firmly stacked against Christopher Gerard.

Match To Decide Number One Contender For Australian Title: SubUrban Legend vs Stan Standish
Stan Standish was a replacement referee on last week's show during the match to decide the number one contender for the Commonwealth title. Maurice Jackson felt like he was screwed out of the win as Standish pulled Maurice off McKenzie, the eventual winner, when it looked like he was hurt. Maurice Jackson will be on special guest commentary during this match. The wrestlers involved in the Australian title bout will be confirmed after this match between the two top contenders.

Apocalypse vs Legacy
Apocalypse won the tag team Triple Threat last week and will face Legacy, the number one contenders for the tag titles on APW: Clash this week. A tough match for Apocalypse as they face the young lions, Marcus Walker and Ahmed Johnson, who have already made wave in the tag division six months after their call up. If Apocalypse wins this match, they will face Dogs Of War next week in a match with a title shot on the line. Legacy will be looking for the win to stop another team from being in the title match as it would only make their chances of winning slimmer. However, if Legacy do lose, it is not all bad for them as it means that the champions would be weakened by the dangerous Apocalypse before their clash at Caged Showdown.

Alyx Macquarie and Alexander Banks vs DevilShark
Once again, the two rivals will be forced to team up to defeat another tag team. It seems like the plan of the powers that be is to force the two bitter rivals to become a tag team. If it does work, the team of Alyx and Banks will be a force to be reckoned with and will undoubtedly be future tag team champions. Only time will tell if the tag team will work out. The two rivals will be coming up against the former tag champs, DevilShark. DevilShark, unlike Alyx and Banks, are sure to work together as they have been tag partners for a long time and have proven themselves in the tag division.

Predictions are welcome. Constructive criticism is greatly appreciated.
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