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NOTBPW Presents: The DeColt WrestleFestival DAY TWO 2018, MONDAY WEEK 1…





Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments:

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments:

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments:

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Gino Montero/Aaron Andrews [vs] Sonny Wildside/James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt/Jack DeColt
Comments:

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
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Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: ___________________
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: ___________________ (within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)




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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments: Give Montero the big win here. Andrews has been gone, and a loss won't hurt him as he comes back into a storyline elsewhere, but this gives Montero a HUGE win on his resume.

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments: A rematch from a few months back, but Hernandez will not be denied this time.

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments: Move big brother into the triple threat final, making that a barn burner of a match.

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments: I sincerely hope you aren't teasing us with the Animals dissension and Gilmore is gone. I can't imagine his contract is up yet, so I am taking Vessey. Put him down in development and let him teach the youngsters.

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments: Will Strong lose it at the first asking? Nah. Faust takes out Dunn and Strong sneaks in with a flash pinfall to end it.

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments: There can only be one...MONSTER! Gargantuan gets to handle this spectacle fight before getting back to the standard NOTBPW fare.

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Gino Montero/Aaron Andrews [vs] Sonny Wildside/James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt/Jack DeColt
Comments: I think Hernandez reasserts himself here, also perhaps triggering a feud with Jack (which would help him get over, especially if he topples the DeColt brother).

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
Comments: I legitimately bolded both of these twice. I can see Steve winning via DQ when Alex gets someone to interfere, but then I think someone interferes and gets Alex the win. Honestly, this is a toss up.

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: _Triple Threat Final_
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: _88_ (within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments: I believe that he mexiCAN do this!

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments: Sonny is the future brother

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments: Open ended, but I enjoy Jack's work a lot so I'll go for him

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments: Bryan is older, you can't retire my favorite wrestler yet daddy!

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments: Glenn is just too good...

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments: Gargantuan wins LOL

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Gino Montero [vs] Sonny Wildside [vs] Jack DeColt
Comments: Sonny is THE FUTUREEE

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
Comments: Don't think Steve will get the upper hand, YET

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Steve DeColt vs Alex DeColt
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 92 (within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments: AA had the best match of the first round and I don't see him losing a singles match so soon after his return

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments: I don't think he'll win the whole tournament but James is clearly position as one of your future stars and getting to the final of this tournament definitely positions him as one of your main event mainstays

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments: Jack is just a step above Ricky imo and tonight he picks up the victory

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments: Edd gets worried that Bryan is trying to undermine him so kicks him out the company causing tension with P4P

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments: Not a fan really of Strong but he's not dropping the title this early

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments: Gargantuan isn't losing ever

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Gino Montero/Aaron Andrews [vs] Sonny Wildside/James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt/Jack DeColt
Comments: Not confident about this one but Gargantuan is a heel and with no face turn in the future I don't see his next challenger being Jack DeColt who is a heel or James Hernandez who is coming off 2 big losses to the monster. That leaves me with Double A having the biggest win of his NOTPBW career and giving him another shot at taking down The Monster.

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
Comments: With Jack DeColt took out in the last match, Logan will try to get involved and help Alex only to be stopped by either Gino or Dan DaLay leading to Steve winning

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Triple threat final
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 86
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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments:

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments:

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments:

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Gino Montero/Aaron Andrews [vs] Sonny Wildside/James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt/Jack DeColt
Comments:

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
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Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Steve vs Alex
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 88 (within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments:

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Aaron Andrews [vs] James Hernandez [vs] Jack DeColt

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Steve vs. Alex
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 92 (within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments: The Ace is a superstar for you and I see him picking up the win in the finals.

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments: Hernandez may have been ousted by Wildside for the TV title, but I think Hernandez has moved up in the card while Sonny still has time to grow.

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments: Jack is great but Jack is the past... Ricky/Hernandez/Ace are the guys that will take over for Jack/Steve/Duane in a year or so, and it makes a much more fun triple threat.

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments: Everything has been leading to Vessey's retirement here. I would be stunned if Gilmore loses this.

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments: I think the key to lower card titles is moving them around A LOT. A 3 month reign with your bottom title is equivalent to a year long Gargantuan-esque reign. Strong losing the title in this match makes too much sense - the odds are insanely stacked against him. Dunn winning builds up to the real payoff to Dunn vs Strong.

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments: Diaz passes the torch and makes Gargantuan look like a million bucks.

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Aaron Andrews [vs] James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt
Comments: Hernandez doesn't lose, DeColt will be over and a threat no matter how much he loses, and the "Ace" is coming back after a long hiatus. I think he goes out of the WrestleFestival on top.

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
Comments: Steve still has mileage, and I don't see Alex stepping down or changing his role any time soon. Why else would he work with POISON, and bring in a giant Prometheus, if not to have him help him, and then set him up for Steve to beat?

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Triple Threat
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 86 (within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments: Magnifico is going to be a star and this tournament will help make him one.

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments: Two guys going in seemingly different directions. The Apparition #14 Spear gets the job done.

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments: I usually go with the Wild Man but I'm gonna take Ricky here. In that triple threat with Hernandez it was Ricky's DeColt .45 that put Jack down and I think that happens again here.

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments: Something happens here causing Stone to count the 123 for Vessey's career to end.

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments: This is an interesting matchup. Faust seems to be still chasing Dunn and there's no way Glenn's popular enough to take the title yet so somehow Strong retains.

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments: Long live Gargantuan. May he forever reign.

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Gino Montero [vs] James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt
Comments: This is the feel good moment to the DeColt WrestleFestival: a DeColt wins the tournament. Also sets up Hernandez vs DeColt going forward. They seemed to be building towards something over the past couple of weeks.Gino takes the pin and looks amazing while Hernandez is protected.

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
Comments: It seems too early for Steve and the faces to win big. Alex maintains control if not but for a small while longer thanks to Logan and CTC Connection.

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Alex vs Steve for the fate of the Universe.
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 92(within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Aaron Andrews [vs] James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Triple Threat Tournament Final
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 92 (within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments:

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments:

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments:

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments:

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Gino Montero/Aaron Andrews [vs] Sonny Wildside/James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt/Jack DeColt
Comments:

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
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Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Ricky/Jack
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 87(within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Pretty happy with my Day 1 Predictions, let's see how Day 2 goes...

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Magnificent' Gino Montero [vs] 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews
Comments: Potential early banana skin. Can see both making the main event. Only picking Andrews because I think he's slightly more established as a main eventer.

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Comments: Similar reasons to the above, Wildside could be an interesting challenger to Gargantuan when the title isn't the main event (Like the DeColt Wrestle Festiva), a bit like Bob Holly facing Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble in 04 (?) as the Rumble match is the draw.

Two Day Tournament, Semi Final Match:
'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Comments: Flipped a coin here. Don't want to say Ricky could be an underdog because he's a DeColt but he could win and go with that story aspect but I think Jack is the bigger star and that's the difference here going forward.

Career versus Career Match, with Edd Stone as Special Guest Referee:
'Angry' Tom Gilmore [vs] 'The Living Legend' Bryan Vessey
Comments: Despite the odds being against him I think Gilmore wins, don't know if Stone is turning on Vessey or if we have another referee make the count.

All Action Title Match:
'Country Strong' KC Glenn [vs] 'The Barbarian' Donte Dunn [vs] Erik Strong 'Though' (c) [vs] 'The Saviour' Jonathan Faust
Comments: Could see Strong retaining but think Dunn winning can lead to another match with Faust for the title and a Dunn vs. Strong feud.

NOTBPW Canadian Title Match:
'The Monster' Ray Diaz [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan (c)
Comments: Diaz isn't here for the long term and when Gargantuan does lose it will be in the main event.

Two Day Tournament, Final Triple Threat Match:
Aaron Andrews [vs] James Hernandez [vs] Ricky DeColt/Jack DeColt
Comments: Honestly picked Ricky/Jack as I think whichever one of them wins will win the tournament. I could make an argument for Andrews and Hernandez but think that thi is a DeColt's time.

A Match For Power in NOTBPW:
'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'The Mind' Alex DeColt
Comments: Like others I think Alex wins by shenanigans, it seems too quick for this to end now. Maybe its even a non finish to set up a rematch where no interference can affect the outcome

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?:Ricky vs. Jack
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 90 (within 5 gets a point. Spot on gets 2 points)
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Show Rating: (97) (BEST show since game began)
Buy Rate: (0.62) (#6 since game began)
Attendance: (25,885) (now #17 since game began, overtaking Day One!)


[NOTE: The show also increased in 'importance' in-game, and Day Two is now considered a 'Legendary Event'. This is the first time I've had this note after a pay-per-view! ]


Announce Team:



Peter Michaels, Tom Townsend and Adrian Garcia






Aaron Andrews was the favourite going into this match, but as soon as the bell rang, and Gino Montero delivered his first running knee strike, it became clear that the 'Magnificent' Mexican had a chance of causing an upset. Andrews was rocked for the first three minutes, and Gino knew he had 'The Ace' on the ropes. He scored a couple of near falls, but then Andrews began to fight back into it. He hit some knee strikes of his own, and then delivered what can only be described as a discuss knee that sent Gino back pedalling into the corner. Gino hit a powerbomb on the corner-mounted Andrews to end a ten punch sequence. Soon after Andrews kicked out at two of the powerbomb, Gino followed it up with his 'Destiny Explosion' finisher, and scored perhaps the upset of the entire tournament!!


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Winner: 'Magnificent' Gino Montero
Finish: 'Destiny Explosion' (Canadian Destroyer)





After the match, Aaron Andrews refused to shake Gino Montero's hand, and he sloped away from the ring... The crowd booed him, but we were soon treated to highlights of the Triangle Ladder Match from Day One of the DeColt WrestleFestival, in which World's Most Wanted overcame both Primed For Progress and The CanAm Blondes... At the end of the match, the victorious Thrill Seeker hit his tag team partner Jacob Jett in the face with a microphone!! He then delivered a shot to the face with the briefcase containing the contract for a NOTBPW Tag Team Title Match!! Seeker hit a bleeding Jett again, and this time Jett fell backwards through a table from a height of around 12 feet!! Neither Jett or Seeker are here on Day Two... But they DO have a Tag Team Title shot due to them!!







Sonny Wildside and James Hernandez have met in the ring on two other occasions heading into this match, and Wildside won, and then retained, the NOTBPW Television Title in the first two! Despite 'The Man Without Fear' having an unblemished record against Hernandez, 'Mr. Main Event' was the favourite to advance in this one, and he acted like the star that he is from the beginning! He controlled the pace of the match, and didn't allow the fans to get on top of him when they were booing him loudly. Sonny Wildside showed 'No Fear' as always though, and he kept charging in at his opponent. The match became more even late on after a dropkick from Wildside sent Hernandez backwards and hitting the back of his head on the bottom rope! For the finish though, Wildside charged in one more time, and he was blasted with the unstoppable 'Apparition #14' Spear!


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Winner: 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Finish: 'Apparition #14' Spear








Backstage, interviewer Katie Cameron had Owen Love and The Natural (The CanAm Blondes) as her guests... She asked the veteran tag team if they were satisfied with the outcome of the Triangle Ladder Match on Day One of the DeColt WrestleFestival... Not necessarily the result, but the post-match attack by Thrill Seeker on his partner Jacob Jett!! Love and Natural said they were delighted with what they saw... Watching Thrill Seeker realise that Jacob Jett has been dragging him down and holding him back all this time was a 'joy to behold'... And now, according to the CanAm Blondes, the route to the NOTBPW Tag Team Titles is wide open!!







On any normal show, this match would have been a clear Match Of The Night, but this was no normal show. This was a show with TWO DeColt versus DeColt Matches, and much much more! Ricky DeColt and Jack DeColt are no strangers to one another. They've competed in 42 matches together since signing with NOTBPW a little over two years ago. They are both very well aware of the threat the other poses, and made sure they looked out for the killer blows that both are capable of. Jack DeColt caught a 'DeColt .45' Super Kick at one point, while Ricky countered Jack's 'End Of Days' by rotating and flipping out of it to land on his feet and deliver a roundhouse kick! In the end, a tired Jack could do nothing about a second attempt at a 'DeColt .45' Super Kick, and he was pinned by his younger brother.


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Winner: 'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt
Finish: 'DeColt .45' Super Kick








With Ricky DeColt busy in the ring, we cut backstage to Trent Shaffer, who was being attacked by the Coast To Coast Connection... Sayeed Ali was ordering Ross Henry and Lenny Brown to stick the boots in on Shaffer, who, along with Ricky DeColt stopped The CTC attacking Steve DeColt on Day One of the DeColt WrestleFestival... Ali shouted that Shaffer cost his boys a pay cheque from their boss (Alex DeColt) who had ordered the hit on Steve... Shaffer put up a fight, but in the 3 on 1 situation he didn't stand a chance... He was easily put down by Henry and Brown, who then held him up for their leader... Sayeed Ali unleashed with his 'Uppercut Palm Strike', and Shaffer was knocked clean out!!







Edd Stone tried to stay out of the match in the early stages, and allowed the two veterans to do battle with BOTH of their careers on the line. Tom Gilmore has been in this position before, while Bryan Vessey, at 46, knows time is against him in his career, but he wasn't ready to leave NOTBPW without a fight. It was an excellent battle for the first 10 minutes or so, but then Edd decided to stick his nose in Gilmore's business. 'Angry' Gilmore must have known there was a very strong chance that Edd would help his fellow 'Animal' to win, and therefore END Gilmore's career. Gilmore wanted to snap Edd's neck, but he was clocked from behind by Vessey. Then, to the surprise of everyone in the building, Edd headbutted Vessey right on the bridge of his nose, and sent the veteran sprawling backwards. Tom Gilmore hooked the staggering Vessey in the 'Anger Management' Arm Bar, not knowing that Edd Stone had headbutted him!! Vessey tapped out!! And his career, was over!!


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Winner: 'Angry' Tom Gilmore
Finish: 'Anger Management' Arm Bar





Cameron Vessey and Christian Price ran to the ring following the bell, and Tim Westybrook pulled Edd Stone out of the ring... 'The Enforcer' made sure his leader was safely away from Vessey and Price, who were stunned at the actions of 'The Animal'... Cameron Vessey stood over his fallen Uncle Bryan, and put an arm around him... while Christian Price shouted at Edd Stone from a distance, and threw his arms out wide... Bryan Vessey looked like he had tears in his eyes, and Tom Gilmore sloped away from the scene... Not knowing what had transpired between Edd Stone and Bryan Vessey...







A chaotic match, in which all four men could have walked away with the NOTBPW All Action Championship. Jonathan Faust had previously promised Erik Strong 'Though' that he wasn't in the match because he wanted to be Champion. He was in the match to ensure that Donte Dunn didn't leave with the Gold. He proved that promise to be a complete lie after the two had worked together to clear Dunn and KC Glenn out of the ring. Faust attacked Strong, and knocked him over. 'The Shooting Star' begged and pleaded with Faust to stop, but 'The Saviour of Wrestling', buoyed by the cheers from the fans, went in for the kill. Faust forgot that this match had no rules though, and Erik Strong dropped him with a low blow! Strong got a near fall but the pin attempt was broken up by his former tag team partner Donte Dunn! 'The Barbadian Barbarian' fought Strong, and beat him to a pulp. He took care of the British former commentator Faust too, knocking them both down with the same 'Sunny Daze' (spinning back fist). Dunn had his back to KC Glenn though, and the 'Country Strong' youngster unleashed his 'Tune Up The Sunshine Band' finisher, and Dunn was flattened! Glenn fell into the cover, and nobody was around to break it up!


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Winner: and NEW NOTBPW All Action Champion: 'Country Strong' KC Glenn
Finish: 'Tune Up The Sunshine Band' (Brogue Kick)








A big win for the newcomer KC Glenn there, and he's now the NEW NOTBPW All Action Champion... Speaking of newcomers... 'The Supreme' Spencer Spade was shown in the crowd yesterday on Day One of the DeColt WrestleFestival, and shook hands with 'Mainstream' James Hernandez following his First Round Match... Spencer Spade was shown backstage tonight though!! He knocked on the office of Jeremy Stone, and the NOTBPW Principal Owner let him in, shaking his hand too... Spencer Spade is a very big signing for Jeremey, and if he HAS signed a contract with NOTBPW, it has the potential to be one of the most significant signings in NOTBPW history...







The sheer mass inside the ring for this NOTBPW Canadian Title Match was ridiculous. Ray Diaz: 6'8, 368lbs. Gargantuan: 7'1 and 350lbs! Both men live up to the nickname they share: 'Monster', and neither man would have wanted this match to go on long. Stamina was a small issue for both men late on, but they both just started swinging for the fences! Both men took some big punches, and each landed a couple of power moves on the other! For the finish, Ray Diaz grabbed Gargantuan by the throat, but the NOTBPW 'Monster' grabbed his arm, and overpowered the American. He then grabbed Diaz by the throat, with both hands, and lifted the giant up. He slammed Diaz into the mat with a Two-Handed Choke Bomb, and then laid on top of his challenger to score the three count, and one of the biggest wins of his career.


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Winner: and STILL NOTBPW Canadian Champion: 'The Monster' Gargantuan
Finish: 'Two-Handed Choke Bomb'









Up next, we saw a video hyping the impending arrival of Faith to NOTBPW... Faith is a manager from Quebec, who has been in the wrestling business for 10 years... She's known for getting exactly what she wants, and adding whichever clients she wants to her brand: Faith Enterprises... All we know so far, is that she'll be 'coming soon', but there'll be plenty of singles stars and tag teams on the roster hoping that she gives them her seal of approval...




The next match was the FINALS of the Two Day Tournament... A Triple Threat Match featuring 'Magnificent' Gino Montero, 'Mainstream' James Hernandez, and 'The Young Gun' Ricky DeColt... All three men have won two matches over the past two days to get here, and now it's time to try to earn the ultimate prize... The winner of the match will earn a NOTBPW Canadian Title Match against whoever is the Champion come Super Slam!! For the losing Finalists, they will have an opportunity to earn something too... They will fight 1 on 1 on this Wednesday Night's edition of Championship Wrestling... The winner will be the Number 30 entrant in the Super Slam Battle Royale... The loser will be entrant Number 1!! But right now... The Triple Threat Finals of the Two Day Tournament!!





This match got off to a flier, when Gino Montero hit his 'Destiny Explosion' (Canadian Destroyer) finisher on James Hernandez, and scored a very close 2 count! Ricky DeColt was on hand to just about break the pin attempt up but had the move been hit later in the match, Ricky may not have been available to stop it! James Hernandez grew into the match as the two fan favourites began to fight. 'Mr. Main Event' waited for the perfect moment to end their battle, and begin his period of dominance, after he had taken Gino Montero's best shot! Gino and Ricky DeColt were hurt badly by a series of knee strikes, including a running knee to Gino's face while he was seated! Ricky DeColt was able to fight back into the match late on though, and sized Hernandez up for his 'DeColt .45' Super Kick. Luckily for 'Mainstream', he dodged the kick, and Ricky ended up connecting with poor Gino Montero and his Mexican chin!!

Gino Montero went down fast, and Ricky DeColt was distracted by connecting with an unintended target. The distraction allowed James Hernandez to hit another knee strike to the back of Ricky DeColt. He then locked Ricky in a Texas Cloverleaf, and bent Ricky's legs in all kinds of positions. Ricky refused to submit to the hold, but he was in trouble. He scratched and clawed his way to the ropes, and finally broke the hold by rolling Hernandez up for a near fall! Hernandez then created space, and unleashed with his 'Apparition #14' Spear on Ricky!! Hernandez hit 'The Young Gun' so hard that he fell out of the ring through the ropes, and 'Mr. Main Event' couldn't stop him. As Hernandez reached over the top rope, he failed to notice Gino Montero pop up onto his feet behind him. Gino rolled Hernandez up, and although he got close, he couldn't kick out!! After two long days of fighting, and three victories, Gino Montero won it all!!


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Winner: 'Magnificent' Gino Montero
Finish: 'Roll Up'








We took a look at some highlights from Day One of the DeColt WrestleFestival next, and the hotly anticipated match between POISON and Dark Angel... Two veterans took to the ring to fight 1 on 1 for the first ever time, and it was a great contest... It was also great to see the 47 year old legend return to Canada for the first time in six years!! Little is known if Dark Angel is back, or if this was a one off appearance... As for POISON, where does he go from here...?! He's had an excellent nine months since returning from injury, and holds wins over the likes of Wade Orson, Gino Montero, Dan DaLay and Ricky DeColt!! With his new associate Prometheus by his side, he looks like a more dangerous proposition now...







Nine years in the making, and this match didn't disappoint. It was rated as the best match of the last 2+ years (since this save began). Steve DeColt has been waiting a long time to get his hands on his brother Alex DeColt. Alex has been waiting just as long to get his hands on who he calls 'The Traitor' Steve! They engaged in a brawl to kick the match off, in what resembled a hockey fight. Steve grabbed Alex's t-shirt and pulled it up over his head, temporarily blinding his 'genius' brother. 'The Mind' was blind for just a couple of seconds, but it was enough for Steve to create some separation, and fly at his brother with his 'DeColt Stampede' big boot! However, Alex freed his face just in time to avoid the kick, and Steve went flying into the turnbuckle. 'The Outsider' hit the corner hard, and then he found himself being battered by his brother. Alex unleashed his 'wild side' and even beat his chest like a gorilla at one point! Steve had no answer for Alex's attack. In his previous 25 years, and countless matches, Alex was known as a charismatic technician, with good, solid, wrestling skills. Not a brawler like his brother Jack DeColt! But a brawler we got tonight, and Steve couldn't handle him! Later on in the match though, Steve DeColt managed to create some space again, and deliver his 'DeColt Stampede' big boot. He crawled into the cover, but Alex DeColt was too close to the ropes, and 'The Mind' managed to get his left foot up onto the bottom one! A rope break caused Steve's best shot to NOT garner a three count. Steve was exhausted by this point, but he'd still clocked Alex with the 'DeColt Stampede', and Alex was hurt.





It was at this point that 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt decided to come to ringside. Alex DeColt's best 'soldier', and favourite brother, made a big impact upon his arrival to the ring. He distracted Steve DeColt, and it allowed Alex to crawl out of the ring and take a breather. But Jack's involvement didn't last long, because the fourth DeColt brother Ricky DeColt sprinted to the ring and got in Jack's face! The two brothers argued and then began a hockey brawl of their own! Referees and officials made sure they were ushered to the back, and the opening allowed Alex's son Logan DeColt to slide into the ring behind Steve! Logan ran at his Uncle, but Steve hit his 'DeColt Stampede' again, and Logan was down! Alex got back in, and crouched over his fallen son. Alex shouted at Steve and asked him what he had done. Alex had tears in his eyes. But it wasn't just the weeping of sadness, it was crying of anger! Alex sprinted at Steve but Steve ducked a clothesline, and hit a belly to belly side suplex! Steve got up in one corner, and Alex got up in the other. There was a pause, but a sense of the inevitable hung in the air. So visible you could almost touch it. Alex staggered as he came forwards, and Steve ran like a bull unleashed from a cage. The thwack from Steve's boot as it hit Alex's temple sent shivers down the spine of most in attendance, and Alex dropped to the floor like he'd been shot. A second 'DeColt Stampede' was enough to stop 'The Mind', this one causing him to land in the middle of the ring, with no ropes anywhere near in reach. Not that he could lift an arm or a leg anyway. He was done. Steve had won it, and Alex is no longer in control of NOTBPW!


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Winner: 'The Outsider' Steve DeColt
Finish: 'DeColt Stampede' (Big Boot)




The show went off the air with Steve DeColt on the second turnbuckle holding his arms aloft while officials and doctors tended to the downed Alex DeColt... The crowd went crazy, and items were thrown into the ring and onto Alex and his son Logan DeColt... Merchandise, drinks, all sorts of things landed at Alex's feet as he rose to a standing position outside the ring and staggered to the back... The era of the tyrannical maniac was over... The announce team were a little confused, and not sure how Steve DeColt would run the company... With more questions than answers, we now head into April 2018, and the build to Super Slam!!




Gino Montero [def.] Aaron Andrews
James Hernandez [def.] Sonny Wildside
Ricky DeColt [def.] Jack DeColt
Tom Gilmore [def.] Bryan Vessey
to END Bryan Vessey's NOTBPW Career
KC Glenn [def.] Donte Dunn, Erik Strong & Jonathan Faust
to WIN the NOTBPW All Action Title
Gargantuan [def.] Ray Diaz
to RETAIN the NOTBPW Canadian Title
Gino Montero [def.] James Hernandez & Ricky DeColt
to WIN the Two Day Tournament
Steve DeColt [def.] Alex DeColt
to gain the Power in NOTBPW

Bonus:
1). Which Match will be the Match Of The Night?: Steve vs Alex (the best match of ALL TIME)
2). What will the overall Rating of the show be?: 97







It's time for a real shake up in NOTBPW... Including but not limited to, the NOTBPW Tag Team Division... I decided to change things completely for the top three teams... Firstly, the veterans: The CanAm Blondes (The Natural and Owen Love) have turned heel... Since Owen's return from injury, he's acted like a punk, and has treated The Natural's former partner: Solomon Gold with utter disdain... not to mention attacking World's Most Wanted (Jacob Jett and Thrill Seeker) a couple of times... Speaking of Jett and Seeker, Day One of the DeColt WrestleFestival ended with Seeker shoving Jett off of a ladder! Ending their historic two year run as a team, and turning Seeker heel in the process... These two teams leaving the babyface ranks of the tag team division has left a massive hole... Especially since Mayhem (Aldous Blackfriar and Mutant), the current NOTBPW Tag Team Champions, are also heels... So Primed For Progress (Cameron Vessey and Christian Price) will be babyfaces going forwards... I have a good feud for them to kick off their run as fan favourites...


As for Day Two, I had fun writing the build towards Steve DeColt versus Alex DeColt... This match was always where the story was going... Right back from when Alex took over as the General Manager of the company... NOTBPW is now in the hands of Steve DeColt... He wanted to be Head Booker for CGC when Alex took over as owner, but that never happened, and that's the whole reason 'The Outsider' moved to NOTBPW...


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To quote Bray Wyatt "Yowie Wowie" that was a good show!

If he's going to pull ratings like that we might need Alex to have some more matches, out of curiosity did you happened to catch the performance rating of those two in the main event? Interested on if they both pulled their weight or if one carried the other to that 99.
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What a show! Magnifico pulled it off! Iím so happy. That ending swerved me. Thought it was too early for Alexís reign to end.
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Congrats on the great show Lloyd!
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