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Joss Thompson vs. James Justice

USPW Television Title Match
10 Minute Time Limit
Casey Valentine defends vs. Danny Rushmore

Tribal Warrior vs. Running Wolf

Bob Casey vs. Freddie Datsun

Non-Title Match
Tiffany Jade vs. Melody
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Steve Frehley and Rich Money vs. Nicky Champion and ???
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Joss Thompson vs. James Justice
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USPW Television Title Match
10 Minute Time Limit
Casey Valentine defends vs. Danny Rushmore
Comments: DRAW

Tribal Warrior vs. Running Wolf
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Bob Casey vs. Freddie Datsun
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Non-Title Match
Tiffany Jade vs. Melody
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Steve Frehley and Rich Money vs. Nicky Champion and ???
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Joss Thompson vs. James Justice
Comments: A real toss up, I think a DQ win for the former Liberty.

USPW Television Title Match
10 Minute Time Limit
Casey Valentine defends vs. Danny Rushmore
Comments: I'm thinking Valentine wins it by dirty tactics.

Tribal Warrior vs. Running Wolf
Comments: Building up Engyma's opponent.

Bob Casey vs. Freddie Datsun
Comments: A win for the American Everyman.

Non-Title Match
Tiffany Jade vs. Melody
Comments: A pre-PPV victory for the champion.

Steve Frehley and Rich Money vs. Nicky Champion and ???
Comments: I'm feeling something...

Comments On Diary In General:

My highlights:
  • The introduction of Turner as USPW authority figure;
  • The soda machine is back;
  • Thompson has a Jericho's vibe in him;
  • Khoklov makes his USPW debut, I think a suitable nickname for him could be "The Russian Hero", given his resume and popularity;
  • Nicky Champion wins but we have Frehley again ending the show.
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Joss Thompson vs. James Justice
Comments: tough call. Thomson on a roll but Justice is justice so I'll give him the win in a competitive match

USPW Television Title Match
10 Minute Time Limit
Casey Valentine defends vs. Danny Rushmore
Comments: Valentine crushes Rushmore

Tribal Warrior vs. Running Wolf
Comments: again I love Tribal Warrior but I think Running Wolf picks up the win

Bob Casey vs. Freddie Datsun
Comments: Casey does what he does best and end his night on his back

Non-Title Match
Tiffany Jade vs. Melody
Comments: really not sure so I pick Jade

Steve Frehley and Rich Money vs. Nicky Champion and ???
Comments: shenanigans ensue and heels pick up the victory
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NEWS: SWF SUPREME TV/TCW PRESENTS TOTAL WRESTLING QUICK RESULTS!

SWF WHEN HELL FREEZES OVER QUICK RESULTS
THURSDAY WEEK 2 JANUARY 2016:

ANGLE: Confrontation involving Jungle Lord and Eric Eisen...B-
Marshall Dillon defeated Ekuma...D+
ANGLE: Confrontation involving Valiant and Brandon James...B
Big Smack Scott defeated Steven Parker...C
ANGLE: Backstage segment with Frederique Antonio Garcia, Krissy Angelle and Skull DeBones...B
John Greed defeated Jimmy Hernandez...C+
Captain Atomic defeated Monty Trescarde...C
James Prudence defeated Brett Biggins...C
ANGLE: Pre-match interview with Randy Bumfhole...C+
Hollywood Bret Starr defeated Randy Bumfhole by DQ...C+
ANGLE: Backstage segment with Jack Bruce, Jessie and Remo...B+
ANGLE: Pre-match interview with Paul Huntingdon...C+
Paul Huntingdon defeated Robbie Retro...C+
ANGLE: Pre-match interview with Joey Morgan...B-
Joey Morgan defeated Kurt Laramee to retain the SWF North American title...B-
ANGLE: Pre-match interview with Jack Bruce...A
Jack Bruce defeated Eric Eisen...B+
ANGLE: Hype video involving Remo and Skull DeBones...B+
Remo defeated Skull DeBones to retain the SWF World Heavyweight title...B

WRESTLE PEACE FESTIVAL 2016
SATURDAY WEEK 2 JANUARY 2016

James Justice and Rocky Golden defeated The Architect and Storm Spillane...E+
Kaii Hanari defeated Ace Youngblood...E+
The Serpents defeated Alexis Lee Littlefeather and Chiyeko Kita...D-
Takeshi Umehara defeated Animal Harker...D-
Spyder Yakuta and Zeshin Makioka defeated Washi Heat and Azumamaro Shimizu...D
Snow Storm and Tasuku Shinozuka defeated JOJI and Musashi...D
Kenko Takemitsu defeated Oniji Hanari...D-
Strong Style Yoemon and Lion Genji defeated Shimpei Hirose and Utamuro Nishimuraya...D-
Battle Sakata and Sofu Ozawa defeated Amane Shunsen and Tribal Warrior...D-
Tadiyuki Kikkawa and SUKI defeated Kiminobu Kuroki and Bryan Vessey...B
Marihito Masuko and The Tic defeated Roy Edison and Java...C+

SWF SUPREME TV QUICK RESULTS
TUESDAY WEEK 3 JANUARY 2016:

ANGLE: Pre-match interview with The Crippler...C+
The Crippler defeated Justin Sensitive...B-
ANGLE: Backstage segment with Joe Sexy and Marshall Dillon...C+
Joe Sexy defeated Marshall Dillon...C
ANGLE: Confrontation involving Zimmy Bumfhole and Frederique Antonio Garcia...B
ANGLE: Pre-match interview with Big Smack Scott...C
Rogue defeated Big Smack Scott...B-
ANGLE: Skit involving Jack Bruce and Remo...B+
Squeeky McClean defeated Steven Parker...B-
ANGLE: Backstage segment with Jack Bruce and Eric Eisen...B
Jack Bruce defeated Eric Eisen...B

TCW PRESENTS TOTAL WRESTLING QUICK RESULTS
TUESDAY WEEK 3 JANUARY 2016

ANGLE: Confrontation involving Rocky Golden and Marc Speed...B-
Rocky Golden defeated Marc Speed...A
ANGLE: Backstage segment with Rocky Golden and Bryan Vessey...B
Wolf Hawkins defeated Dazzling Dave Diamond...A
The Behemoths defeated Devine Fortune to retain the TCW World Tag Team titles...C+
ANGLE: Confrontation involving Aaron Andrews and Giant Tana...C+
Aaron Andrews defeated Giant Tana...B-
ANGLE: Pre-match interview with Bryan Vessey...B-
Bryan Vessey defeated Ricky Dale Johnson by DQ...B
TAGS: @TCW @SWF #TotalWrestling #SupremeTV #WHFO


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Steve Frehley and Rich Money vs. Nicky Champion and ???
Comments: I'm feeling something...

Comments On Diary In General:

My highlights:
  • The introduction of Turner as USPW authority figure;
  • The soda machine is back;
  • Thompson has a Jericho's vibe in him;
  • Khoklov makes his USPW debut, I think a suitable nickname for him could be "The Russian Hero", given his resume and popularity;
  • Nicky Champion wins but we have Frehley again ending the show.
Hey Kitarzu! Thanks for the predictions and comments! After I post the show, I am interested in seeing if your feelings are correct.

I am glad you got interested in Ernie Turner as the USPW Authority Figure. I wanted to be different than what I normally do and Turner can definitely talk on the microphone. I am definitely giving Joss Thompson a Chris Jericho style vibe. To me, he fits that role perfectly. I enjoy your choice for the nickname for Marat Khoklov. I have generally gone with the Soviet Science Experiment. But I may go with your nickname for something new and different. Steve Frehley has ended the latest shows on top. But will he end this night or Stars, Stripes And Slams with the title? Make sure you tune in to Reverie and find out.


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Tribal Warrior vs. Running Wolf
Comments: again I love Tribal Warrior but I think Running Wolf picks up the win
Hey King Bison. Thanks for the predictions and comments. Tribal Warrior is definitely a fun and interesting character for which to write. Especially now that he is alone without Java.
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Joss Thompson vs. James Justice
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USPW Television Title Match
10 Minute Time Limit
Casey Valentine defends vs. Danny Rushmore
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Tribal Warrior vs. Running Wolf
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Bob Casey vs. Freddie Datsun
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Non-Title Match
Tiffany Jade vs. Melody
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Steve Frehley and Rich Money vs. Nicky Champion and ???
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Joss Thompson vs. James Justice

USPW Television Title Match
10 Minute Time Limit
Casey Valentine defends vs. Danny Rushmore

Tribal Warrior
vs. Running Wolf

Bob Casey vs. Freddie Datsun

Non-Title Match
Tiffany Jade vs. Melody
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Steve Frehley and Rich Money vs. Nicky Champion and ???
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BREAKING NEWS: PETR NOVAK SUSPENDED!

Due to his violation of the USPW Wellness Policy, Petr Novak has been suspended for one month.

This puts the USPW World Tag Team titles in jeopardy as Novak was part of the champions. This week on USPW American Wrestling, Ernie Turner will address this situation. We wait to see exactly how it will be addressed so make sure you tune in on the Reverie network.
TAGS: @PetrNovak @USPW #Suspension


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Wednesday, Week 3, January 2016

Live from Iowa State Fayre...
Broadcast via Reverie at On Demand...
USPW presents...

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USPW AMERICAN WRESTLING!
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[USPW American Wrestling comes to you this week from the Iowa State Fayre. We are only a few days away from Stars, Stripes And Slams this Saturday night on the Reverie Network. The crowd begins to boo as 'The Dark Destroyer' Steve Frehley walks out from the back. The arrogant USPW World Champion swaggers his way to the ring and steps inside. He raises the USPW World title belt high in the air, drawing more boos and a 'Champion' chant from this capacity crowd. Frehley takes a microphone and says that he knows that he is the champion. He is the best champion that USPW or any company has ever seen. He tells everyone to shut up and give him the proper respect that a man of his stature deserves. Of course, this only serves to rile up the crowd even further. Frehley says that in just a few days he is going to take on the man that every USPW fan wants to see win. Well, each and every one of you are going to be disappointed. He says that on Saturday night he is going to do the same thing he did when he faced Nicky Champion before. He is going to hit The Dark Destroyer Spear and the Frehley's Comet and walk away with the title right where it belongs. Why? Because Nicky Champion ain't...]

[Steve Frehley doesn't get to finish his catchphrase because he is interrupted by the arrival of the very man of which he was speaking. Nicky 'Hawkeye' Champion walks out from the back to a loud ovation from the 15,000 fans here in Iowa. Champion high fives the crowd on his way out to the ring before climbing the stairs and entering inside. He looks across from The Dark Destroyer before asking for a microphone. Champion begins by saying that we have a lively crowd here in Iowa! He says that he came out here because if he is going to be insuted then it may as well be right to his face. He tells Frehley to try saying that again before he drops the microphone and throws the first punch! Champion and Frehley exchange punches in the center of the ring with neither man backing down from the other! Suddenly the entire locker room explodes with wrestlers running out to break things up! The crowd boos and begins a 'let them fight' chant! Several wrestlers get on either man, trying to keep the two men separated. Steve Frehley is the first to break free from the wrestlers holding him back and he runs in, leaping and getting a cheap shot on Nicky Champion! Champion is still being held back as Frehley gets in a few free punches before he is grabbed and held back again. He is pulled out of the ring just as Nicky Champion gets free! Champion runs and dives through the ropes, knocking into Frehley AND the wrestlers holding him. It's like a 7/10 split in bowling! Champion throws punches to Frehley and gets back just as good as he gives. The wrestlers get back up and separate the two men again. But there will be no separation tonight when they face each other in a tag team match. Then there's this Saturday on the Reverie network. The USPW World title will be decided!]
COMING NEXT!


Match #1
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Joss Thompson vs. James Justice

[It's time for the opening encounter tonight as 'The Dude' James Justice steps into the ring to take on 'The Complete Package' Joss Thompson. The crowd is solidly in the favor of Justice during the match and he gets the early advantage, causing a frustrated Thompson to exit the ring and try to rethink his strategy. Thompson re-enters the ring and goes right to the eyes of Justice, gaining an underhanded advantage but an advantage nonetheless. Thompson begins to focus on the head of Justice with several punches and a European uppercut to the chin to disorient The Dude. He shoves Justice back into a corner and begins ramming his head into the turnbuckle. He stops at nine and then bounces off the ropes -- slingblade clothesline! Thompson drops a quick elbow and makes a cover, scoring a two count on the fallen Justice. Thompson gets back to his feet and yells at the crowd, drawing in boos and a few cheers from this capacity audience. Thompson pulls up Justice and sets him up for the Clean Cutter but Justice manages to elbow his way out! The crowd begins a 'Justice' chant as the momentum clearly shifts. Justice bounces off the ropes and hits the Superman Punch known as the Justice Big Left Hand! Justice looks to the crowd and bounces off the ropes -- SSSSTTTTAAAALLLLLLLLSSSS -- Justice suddenly grabs his head and begins rocking back and forth on his feet before he falls to the mat. New referee Jay Fair is not sure what to make of this. Peter Michaels reminds us that Justice took some bad blows the last couple of weeks and maybe shouldn't have been in the ring this week. Thompson pulls himself back to a corner as instructed by the referee. Jay Fair throws up a signal and then calls for the bell, stopping the match and awarding the victory to Joss Thompson. James Justice might be seriously injured. Perhaps wrestling with a concussion?]

Winner: Joss Thompson (Via Referee Stoppage @ 10:28)
Match Rating: C+
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[As EMTs and officials tend to James Justice in the ring, we are taken to a pre-taped promo featuring Andre Jones, Henry and The Force. The Force begins the interview by stating that it has been written in the stars by the gods above that there would come a man to bring balance to the match at Stars, Stripes And Slams. That came in the form of his new partner against The Titans, Andre Jones. The Force says that he can feel the strength of the force running through the veins of Jones. The power of the force is in Henry, as well. He can see the strength between these two and now with The Force they can all be unstoppable. Andre Jones says that he was told by Henry to come out and make the save and to become the tag team partner of The Force. He says that Henry has always been his guiding light and that will never stop. Jones holds up the volleyball known as Henry to his ear and then says that Henry wants to tell the world that these gods are more powerful than The Titans. The power of The Force and the power of Henry are enough to destroy The Titans once and for all and restore the balance to the force that was and will always be necessary for the success of this world. The Force speaks up again, telling Tyson Baine and T-Rex that lightning will strike the ring and the sound of thunder will fill the ears of all those attending. Then and only then shall they know the power of The Force. The Force snarls and growls before we are taken back to the ring.]
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[The crowd gets in some cheers as the former five time USPW World Tag Team Champions The Towers Of Power walk out from the back side by side. Danny 'The Mount' Rushmore and Mick Muscles enter the ring and Rushmore is given a microphone. He begins by saying that the two of them rarely give interviews because they would rather do their talking in the ring. Over the years they have done that talking again and again in the form of five World Tag Team title reigns. They are the most decorated tag team in the history of USPW. He says that was due to the fans giving them the chance to come out to this ring and do what they know best. But now it might be time to go another route. Mick Muscles takes the offered microphone and makes the announcement that The Towers Of Power have decided to leave tag team wrestling for now. He says that they have agreed to pursue singles titles and see just what they have to offer the wrestling world one on one. Muscles says that Rushmore has the first shot to do just that in just a few moments when he wrestles for the Television title. Muscles wishes his former partner the best of luck and says that he will be watching. Rushmore says that nobody gets past the Mount. Rushmore flexes before shaking hands with Muscles. Muscles exits the ring and Rushmore stands inside, awaiting his opponent for this Television title match.]
Match #2
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USPW Television Title Match
10 Minute Time Limit
Casey Valentine defends vs. Danny Rushmore


[This match has a ten minute time limit as Casey Valentine defends the USPW Television title against Danny 'The Mount' Rushmore. As one would expect, this match features the cunning of Valentine against the all-out power and assault of Rushmore. Early in the match, Rushmore is knocked back in a corner and Valentine comes charging. Rushmore ducks and catches Valentine -- Uranage out of the corner slams Valentine to the mat. Rushmore makes a cover and scores a two count on Valentine. Valentine exits the ring and gets chased by Rushmore around ringside. Valentine rolls in the ring and Rushmore rolls in after him but Valentine catches Rushmore with several knees to the ribs. Valentine keeps Rushmore down on the mat, working in holds like a Boston Crab. Valentine stretches Rushmore back with the crab but Rushmore works his way to the ropes to force the referee to break the hold. Valentine yanks up Rushmore and sends him to the ropes -- Reversed! Valentine comes running back and Rushmore catches him with a big powerslam! The crowd is led in cheers by Mick Muscles, who has remained at ringside. Rushmore begins stomping his foot on the ground, making a signal for the Atomic Boot. Valentine crawls backward and gets the referee's attention. Valentine points to his ankle, feigning an injury. On the other side of the ring, Mick Muscles slides in and nails his former partner Danny Rushmore from behind with a double sledge. Rushmore staggers forward and Valentine leaps up, grabbing The Mount -- Deep Impact! The double arm DDT drops Rushmore and Valentine rolls him in a cradle: One, Two, Three! Casey Valentine successfully retains the Television title.]

Winner: Casey Valentine (Via Pinfall @ 7:31)
Match Rating: C+
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[The bell has sounded but the big news coming out of the previous match is that Mick Muscles has turned on his former tag team partner Danny Rushmore! Muscles slides into the ring, this time brandishing a steel chair. Muscles walk around Rushmore until he is looking down from just above Rushmore's head. He lifts his former partner so that Rushmore is on his knees. Muscles looks into Rushmore's eyes as he stands there with the chair. For a moment, Rushmore's eyes show confusion. Then the chair is lifted and brought crashing down upon the skull of Danny Rushmore. Rushmore crumples to the mat with that chair shot and a cruel smile slides over the lips of Mick Muscles like he enjoyed what he just did. Boos echo through the arena as Muscles brings the chair over the back of Rushmore again and again as though he is whipping his former partner with a steel chair. Muscles finally drops the chair and seems like he's finished. He steps over to the ropes and then pauses before walking back to Rushmore. Muscles drags the lifeless body of Rushmore up into a double underhook position. He says this is over and lifts Rushmore, dropping him with the Bulldozer Power Bomb on the chair! The double underhook power bomb plants Rushmore back-first on the steel. Muscles looks down at his handiwork, wipes his hands together and then exits the ring. What a harsh betrayal of the man that he teamed with for so many years. We can be sure that this is not over from Danny Rushmore's point of view. That is, when he wakes up from the pain and punishment he has endured.]
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[From there, we are taken to the office of our USPW Authority Figure Ernie Turner. The Slick Assassin has a laptop up in the room showing the announcement on USPW.com that USPW World Tag Team Champion Petr Novak has been suspended for a month due to the violation of USPW's Wellness Policy. Turner is shown standing before the laptop when there comes a knock at the door. The door opens and in comes the other half of the USPW World Tag Team Champions Krusher Karloff. Karloff looks Turner up and down for a moment before sneering. Karloff is rarely in a good mood and right now his mood just might be worse than normal. Turner says that he brought Krusher here tonight to tell him his decision on the match at Stars, Stripes And Slams. Turner says that the show must continue and that there will be a defense of the World Tag Team titles. Turner says that Karloff has two options in this defense. The first option is one that Turner hopes Karloff will not take. That option is to defend the tag team titles one on two against Natural Storm. The odds would definitely not be in the favor of the champs in that regard. The second option is to find a partner to replace Petr Novak. Turner says that he will give Karloff until the match itself to find a new partner to wrestle with. Karloff snarls for a moment and tells Turner that he will find someone. Then he turns and walks off, exiting the office of Ernie Turner. Turner shrugs and goes back to look at a monitor in this office. We're headed back to the ring for our next match.]
Match #3
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Tribal Warrior vs. Running Wolf

[This third encounter of the night features the wild savage Tribal Warrior against the Native American Running Wolf. The crowd is solidly in the favor of Running Wolf after what Tribal Warrior did last week to Enygma. As soon as the bell sounds, Warrior rushes toward Wolf and nails him with a forearm to the head. Warrior begins to truly dominate this match from the very beginning, striking Wolf with move after move. This includes running Wolf into the corner and then rushing over and squashing him with a splash. Warrior lifts Wolf and chokes him on the top rope before running his eyes across the ropes, blinding the Native American. Wolf does manage to get in a few shots in the middle portion of the match. But those shots are few and far between as the damage that Warrior has done to him takes it's toll on Running Wolf. Warrior brings Wolf over with a gut wrench suplex and then beats his chest. He waits for Wolf to get on his knees, trying to get to his feet -- Head Hunter Special! The running big boot connects on the Native American. Warrior makes a cover, pressing his hands down on Wolf's chest: One, Two, Three!]

Winner: Tribal Warrior (Via Pinfall @ 5:39)
Match Rating: C-
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[Once the ring is cleared, the crowd boos as the USPW resident rich snob Rich Money walks out from the back and moves toward the ring. He doesn't have his usual arrogant gait. Instead, he seems all business as he steps inside the ring. He has a microphone in hand and he says that he wants to address the travesty that happened last week when he supposedly lost to Nicky Champion and lost his shot at the USPW World title. In order to address the events of last week, he calls Ernie Turner to the ring. The Slick Assassin, the USPW General Manager Ernie Turner walks out, dancing to the delight of the crowd. Turner steps in the ring asks Money what exactly he wants tonight. Money says that he wants what he has earned. He says that he wants his shot at the USPW World title this Saturday night at Stars, Stripes And Slams. Turner says that Money lost that shot last week. Money says he has video that says otherwise. He has them cue up the tape and the tape begins where Money catches Nicky Champion with a cross body in the center of the ring. Referee Robbie Sanchez begins the count and it's a long, slow count due to Sanchez being hurt, allowing Nicky Champion to kick out. We are taken back to the ring live in Iowa and Money says that if that had been a normal count, he would have won the match. Turner reminds Money that he was the one who knocked the referee out earlier in the match. Turner tells Money that the referee's decision is final. Money asks Turner how much it's going to take to get that decision reversed. He says he'll write a check for any amount. Turner says he cannot be bought. But he does have an opportunity for Rich Money. In fact, he's already signed Money's match at Stars, Stripes And Slams. It is one final shot at the number one contendership following Stars, Stripes And Slams. He says that if Money doesn't win the match then it will be a long time before he gets a World title shot. Money demands to know who his opponent will be. Turner says he has no problem. It's the next man walking through the curtain.]


[That next man is none other than Jumbo Jackson! The crowd gives a mixed reaction as Jackson walks out and enters the ring. As soon as Jackson enters the ring, Rich Money attacks him with forearm shots but Jackson shoves Money backward. Jackson brings Money down with a clothesline. He yanks up Money by the hair and tosses him over the top rope to the floor at ringside. Money crawls back until he is against the barricade. His eyes are wide as he looks in the ring and sees Jackson. Ernie Turner hands Jackson a microphone and he says that he promised to make an impact and he's doing exactly that tonight on American Wrestling. Jackson says that he got a jumbo-sized match at Stars, Stripes And Slams against Rich Money. He says he will prove that things like skill simply cannot be bought by signing a check. He looks out toward Money, who is now on his feet and backing up the ramp, and tells him that he will see him later on tonight. He announces that he will be Nicky Champion's partner in tonight's main event match! He tells Money to get ready for a jumbo-sized beating courtesy of Jumbo Jackson! Jackson's music begins playing and Jackson actually gets some cheers from this crowd. This is the first time since his USPW debut that he is actually getting cheers from the USPW faithful! The former Sneer Corporation member seems like he has turned things around. Turner pats Jackson on the back and they exit the ring. What a main event we have tonight!]
Match #4
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Bob Casey vs. Freddie Datsun

[Our next contest is a one on one match with the USPW debut of 'The Homeless' Bob Casey. Casey comes to the ring pushing a shopping cart filled with all of his belongings. Persephone comes to the ring with 'The American Everyman' Freddie Datsun. Peter Michaels talks briefly about Bob Casey and how he is wrestling here to simply have a warm place to stay for the night. On the other side, Freddie Datsun is a strong veteran and former USPW World Champion. Datsun shows off his skills in this match, taking control from the outset and rarely not having control during the match. The match is definitely a well-executed squash match between these two with Casey making Datsun look good inside the ring. Datsun catches Casey with a dropkick, knocking Casey out of the ring. Datsun moves around the ring, playing up to the crowd here in Iowa. Casey makes it back to the ring and Datsun lifts him up on one shoulder -- running powerslam! Datsun makes a cover but Casey puts his foot on the bottom rope at two. Datsun pulls up Casey and catches him with a fallaway slam. He yanks up Casey and puts him on his shoulders -- Patriot Press! The move is a Death Valley Driver done with a spin and into a seated position. Datsun places his legs over the shoulders of Casey: One, Two, Three!]

Winner: Freddie Datsun (Via Pinfall @ 5:49)
Match Rating: D+
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[We go from the ring to a promo featuring Rick Law and his manager/cheerleader Dawn Gemmell. The cheerleader speaks up first, saying that tonight is a great night and it's going to be even better at Stars, Stripes And Slams when R I C K Rick Law beats Trent Shaffer and reclaims what is rightfully his in the USPW National title. Law smirks in the background and says that there is no doubt that Trent Shaffer is going to serve hard time following Stars, Stripes And Slams. Gemmell pipes up, saying that they don't even care about the stipulation that Shaffer wants to put on the match. She agrees to put Rick Law's nightstick on a pole during the match. She says she has faith in Law and knows that he can climb and reach the nightstick and really put some hard time on the behind of Trent Shaffer. Law seems a little annoyed that Gemmell made the decision for him. But he quickly covers that up and adds in that at Stars, Stripes And Slams he gets his title back and it remains on the right side of the law. Gemmell nods and does a cheer, telling Law that it will be E A S Y because Shaffer is U G L Y! He ain't got no alibi! He's ugly! Hey hey! He's ugly! Gemmell poses and we cut back to the ring for our women's match.]
Match #5
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Non-Title Match
Tiffany Jade vs. Melody


[The semi main event features the current USPW Women's Champion Melody and the woman she won the title from last month, Tiffany Jade. Jade is looking to get back into the title picture and one of the best ways to do that would be to pin the current champion. Jade scores the advantage early on, grabbing Melody by the hair and yanking her down to the mat. She steps on her throat, grabbing the ropes for leverage but breaking at two separate counts of four. Jade continues the advantage by showing off some of her martial arts kicks in the corner on Melody. Melody tries to block one of these kicks and gets kicked right in the fingers. She holds her right hand following that kick and speaks quickly with the referee. Jade steps back in and Irish whips Melody to the other side. Jade rushes in toward Melody but Melody moves at the last moment and Jade crashes into the corner. She bounces out and Melody hooks her in a back suplex pin known as the Melody Maker. Melody holds the bridge with Jade's shoulders down: One, Two, Three! Melody seems to have legitimately hurt her fingers during the match.]

Winner: Melody (Via Pinfall @ 10:11)
Match Rating: C
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[As Melody is looked at in the ring, we are taken to a video that is similar to the one that aired last week around this time. We are shown the streets of Moscow, Russia. Only these streets seem to be from back in the time when the Soviet Union ran things. Soldiers can be seen and heard walking in a phalanx formation on these streets. They are completely quiet in words. The sound that can be heard is the sound of their boots hitting the street. The formation stops in front of a stage where the Russian Hero and Soviet Science Experiment Marat Khoklov is standing before a microphone. Khoklov says that it is time to bring back the old ways. It is time to destroy these puny American dogs in a promotion called United States Pro Wrestling. He says that with the might of the Soviet Union behind him, he shall prove that they are the best in the world today. There are no other Super Powers than the Soviet Union. He says that once more Mother Russia will become one great nation and he shall lay the World title at her feet. Khoklov releases a mighty roar before the soldiers give him a salute. The flag of the Soviet Union, the hammer and sickle, the red banner, is shown blowing in the background. The video fades to black and it's time for the main event.]
Match #6
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Steve Frehley and Rich Money vs. Nicky Champion and Jumbo Jackson

[What a main event we have on the go-home show to Stars, Stripes And Slams. Before the match gets started, Steve Frehley and Rich Money get into an argument about who is going to start the match. They almost come to blows before Money concedes and allows the USPW World Champion to begin the contest against 'Hawkeye.' The two men go face-to-face like they did earlier with Frehley telling Champion that he ain't nothin!' Champion responds with a punch! Frehley fires back! The two men exchange punches in the center of the ring with the referee letting things go. Champion finally ducks a punch and fires three straight on Frehley. He takes Frehley down with a couple of clotheslines. He ducks a clothesline by Frehley and Frehley bounces off the ropes. But Frehley grabs the top rope to stop himself. He charges a taken off-guard Champion and clotheslines down Champion. Frehley puts stomps to Champion and drags him into his own corner. Rich Money tags himself in and lowers Champion's head -- Money Shaker! The European Uppercut cracks Champion, stunning the former USPW World Champion! Referee Robbie Sanchez steps in and begins to pull Rich Money from the corner. Money shoves Sanchez and Sanchez shoves Money back! Money looks ready to strike Sanchez like he did last week. But Champion moves out of the corner first, rushing Money and striking him with a high knee to the chin. Champion moves to his corner and tags in Jumbo Jackson. Jackson rushes in and brings Money down with a body block! In comes Steve Frehley and he goes face-to-face with Jumbo Jackson. The two men jaw, giving Rich Money a chance to recover. Money slides in behind Jackson and tries to get him in a rear waistlock but he has a hard time getting his arms around the Jumbo man. Money shows some great strength when he manages to bring Jackson over with the German Suplex but he's unable to keep a bridge. Instead, he rolls over and rolls up Jackson.]



[....1....



....2....



...Kickout!]

[We came within half a count away from Rich Money pinning Jumbo Jackson. Money gets to his feet and staggers to his corner, tagging in Steve Frehley. Frehley moves in and begins stomping away on Jackson. He pulls up the larger man and backs him into a corner. He throws three straight forearm shots to the head and then Irish whips Jackson across the ring. Frehley rushes in with a big clothesline in the corner. Jackson staggers out of the corner and Frehley lifts him up and down with a big body slam! Frehley leaps and drops an elbow on Jackson before making a cover: One, Two, Kickout! Frehley gets to his feet and the momentum shifts when he goes for another body slam on Jackson but Jackson manages to block it and bring Frehley down with a reverse DDT. Both men lie on the mat for several counts before Jackson manages to roll over and tag in Nicky Champion! Champion rushes in, knocking Rich Money off the apron before working on clotheslines to Frehley. Champion hits one clothesline that sends Frehley over the top rope to the floor. Champion exits onto the apron and waits for Frehley to stand before rushing and catching him with a boot to the face. Outside the ring, Rich Money and Jumbo Jackson begin to fight, going through the crowd. In a ringside area, Nicky Champion Irish whips Steve Frehley into the barricade. He comes rushing over and throws a solid punch! Frehley shoves Champion backward and throws a punch of his own! The two men begin brawling, ignoring the referee's warning. He has no choice but to count out both men.]


Winners: Draw (Via Double Count Out @ 19:50)
Match Rating: B
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[The double count out doesn't seem to worry any of the four men involved in the previous match. Nicky Champion and Steve Frehley continue to exchange punches. In the crowd, Rich Money catches Jumbo Jackson with a Bank Roll. The side belly-to-belly suplex sends Jackson crashing into a row of chairs. Back at ringside, Champion starts to get the advantage over The Dark Destroyer. He walks over to the announcer's table and removes the monitors before dragging Frehley over. Champion throws a couple of punches before he brings Frehley on top of the table. Frehley fires back some punches with both men standing on the announce table. Frehley sets up Champion for the Frehley's Comet but Champion blocks the move! Champion catches Frehley with a kick to the gut -- Hawkeye Hammer through the table! Champion just dropped the USPW World Champion through a table with a double underhook facebuster! The crowd cheers loudly as Champion stands among the rubble. He walks over and grabs the USPW World title belt before sliding inside the ring. Champion raises the belt, standing tall to end this night. If this happens at Stars, Stripes And Slams, we will see a new USPW World Champion! We're only a few nights away. Make sure you tune in to the Reverie network this Saturday night!]
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NEWS: USPW PREDICTION CONTEST!

Welcome to the prediction contest for USPW. This one will last for the first three months of 2016. Here are our standings after week 3...

1. Russelrules44=2 Wins
2. Kitarzu=1 Win
Hyde Hill=1 Win
King Bison=1 Win
bonnie=1 Win
6. KnowYourEnemy=0 Wins
Uncrewed=0 Wins
Herrbear=0 Wins
Pteroid=0 Wins
HRTVAndrew=0 Wins
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NEWS: USPW STARS, STRIPES AND SLAMS PREVIEW!

It is time for the very first Reverie network event of the year. Welcome to Stars, Stripes And Slams. What a main event we have for you this evening when Steve Frehley steps in the ring to defend his USPW World title against Nicky Champion. These two men have gone back and forth since Champion returned to the ring. Last Wednesday night, it was Champion taking control and momentum in the contest. Which of these two men will walk out of Stars, Stripes And Slams and the Kentucky Centenary Arena as the USPW World Champion? Make sure you tune in to find out.

Speaking of the USPW World title, we will be having a number one contender's match on this show as well. In one corner stands the man who many think was screwed out of the contendership by referee Robbie Sanchez, Rich Money. In the other corner is another man who recently returned to USPW. He is a long-time veteran and one of the toughest men in professional wrestling. That man is Jumbo Jackson. Money and Jackson have never faced one another. Which of these two men will become the new number one contender?

A long-time feud will be coming to an end this week at Stars, Stripes And Slams. Trent Shaffer, the USPW National Champion, will be defending that title against the man who says he is the long arm of the law and will make Shaffer serve hard time, Rick Law. Dawn Gemmell has promised a victory for Rick Law and has agreed that they should put Law's Nightstick on a pole in the match. Whoever gets the nightstick can use it on their opponent. What will happen when the nightstick comes into play? Who will get the nightstick first?

The USPW World Tag Team titles are in flux right now. Petr Novak was suspended for a violation of the USPW Wellness Program. This leaves us with only one half of the USPW World Tag Team Champions, Krusher Karloff. Ernie Turner has told us that Karloff can select a partner for this match and to hold the USPW World Tag Team titles with him. Natural Storm will not know who this partner is until right before the match. Will Natural Storm win back the titles or will Krusher Karloff find a partner to crush the competition?

Plus we will have other wrestlers in the building, including Gorgon and Melody fighting for the USPW Women's title. Make sure you BE THERE and, as always, Keep Pounding!

Predictions List:

#1 Contenders Match
Rich Money vs. Jumbo Jackson
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USPW World Tag Team Titles Match
Krusher Karloff and ??? defend vs. Natural Storm
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The Titans vs. The Force and Andre Jones
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USPW National Title Match
Nightstick On A Pole Match
Trent Shaffer defends vs. Rick Law
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Tribal Warrior vs. Enygma
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USPW Women's Title Match
Melody defends vs. Gorgon
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USPW World Title Match
Steve Frehley defends vs. Nicky Champion
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Predictions List:

#1 Contenders Match
Rich Money vs. Jumbo Jackson

USPW World Tag Team Titles Match
Krusher Karloff and ??? defend vs. Natural Storm

The Titans vs. The Force and Andre Jones

USPW National Title Match
Nightstick On A Pole Match
Trent Shaffer defends vs. Rick Law

Tribal Warrior vs. Enygma

USPW Women's Title Match
Melody defends vs. Gorgon

USPW World Title Match
Steve Frehley defends vs. Nicky Champion
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#1 Contenders Match
Rich Money vs. Jumbo Jackson
Comments: Seems like Jumbo was brought back to give guys the rub, so this would be logical.

USPW World Tag Team Titles Match
Krusher Karloff and ??? defend vs. Natural Storm
Comments: I'm guessing Mr. Khoklov makes his debut here, and given the hype, it'd make sense to book him strong.

The Titans vs. The Force and Andre Jones
Comments: I actually initially left this match blank by accident because I was totally clueless. I'll go with The Titans, since the rest of the show from here on out seems face-heavy.

USPW National Title Match
Nightstick On A Pole Match
Trent Shaffer defends vs. Rick Law
Comments: Nothing would surprise me here, and I almost went the other way, but I'll go with Law using his gimmick to win.

Tribal Warrior vs. Enygma
Comments: Enygma isn't the youngest guy in the world, so I'll go with Tribal Warrior to get the rub here.

USPW Women's Title Match
Melody defends vs. Gorgon
Comments: I'm a Melody mark.

USPW World Title Match
Steve Frehley defends vs. Nicky Champion
Comments: The face wins to send the crowd home happy.

Comments On Diary In General: Great job so far; keep it up!

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#1 Contenders Match
Rich Money vs. Jumbo Jackson
Comments: Money is too valuable.

USPW World Tag Team Titles Match
Krusher Karloff and ??? defend vs. Natural Storm
Comments: A new or an old comrade will arrive from Russia to help Krusher.

The Titans vs. The Force and Andre Jones
Comments: The Force will need another partner to overcome The Titans.

USPW National Title Match
Nightstick On A Pole Match
Trent Shaffer defends vs. Rick Law
Comments: A real toss up for me but Shaffer needs more the USPW National Title than Law.

Tribal Warrior vs. Enygma
Comments: Revenge for the soda machine!

USPW Women's Title Match
Melody defends vs. Gorgon
Comments: I think Melody will keep the belt.

USPW World Title Match
Steve Frehley defends vs. Nicky Champion
Comments: Given the numbers of potential opponents incoming, Champion will likely win the match.

Comments On Diary In General:

My initial feeling was The Force teaming with Champion but there is still time for that and then Jumbo was the logical choice.

Glad you use the Russian Hero for Khoklov. I'm watching The Americans and I thought the moniker will fit.

I wonder who is in deep time decline between The Towers.

The direction of USPW, until Independence Day Slam I think, is decided this event.

Just a reminder, you can still use Alicia Strong in angles...
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Man that was a rough show for me prediction wise! Still another great show. Excited for Stars, Stripes and Slams! Will update with my predictions when I have a little more time
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