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The DeColt Show

Introduction

Hello, my name is DaveFan and welcome to my CGC diary. I'm really happy that I can finally do a CGC diary as before 2016 came CGC was my choice to start a diary with, but things changed and I went with something else instead. However, today is the day I jump in and create the diary I wanted to in the first place, so without further ado, lets jump right into it.



Why CGC?
  • Besides the fact that CGC was my first pick for a 2016 diary before I changed my mind, I wanted a second diary and I had one set up but computer problems came and the save file was corrupted (with many others with it, luckily my other diary was left unscaved.). I had too much booked to restart it but not enough done to save it, so CGC was the next idea up.
  • I have another diary (which is DAVE), and it's a serious, realistic, gritty, hardcore product. In other words, it's massively different than CGC. CGC is a goofy kind of monster (or that's at least how I see it) and I like that. I've never really had the opportunity to book a kind of soap opera product like CGC and I like to try new things. It also lets me just turn my brain off and use some of the wackier ideas i come up with in a way that makes sense in the product.
  • Uh, have you even read Self's CGC diaries? If you haven't close this tab, type "Self" into the forum search bar, and read his CGC: On with the Show and CGC: The Squeakwell diaries, you will not be disappointed I promise you... but seriously huge shoutout to Self for inspiring me to get this diary going, hopefully The Squeakwell starts up again soon. Also shoutout to Stephenwithav who helped me get my CGC kick while Self has been busy.



Other Inspirations
  • MHero, He's a great lad and he's had some real fun diaries over the last few years, I always feel Hero is known as the "ThunderVerse" guy when truthfully he's so much more. I'm glad to say that he's a good friend of mine on the boards. I'm delighted he's getting his hands dirty again with his new '97 4C diary also.
  • Voeltzwagon, The King of the Regional promotions, Voeltz has had some absolute crackers of diaries over the last two games. If you ever wanted to know how to book a fed lower than Cult, look at Voeltz' work, he's the best in the business, 'nuff said
  • Zergon, a guy who helped me early on in my diary writing career and also had an amazing diary in 2013 called ESE: Eternal Suffering. He's a guy I try to model my booking after due to its logical sense and natural progression. Unfortunately, he hasn't made any appearances in 2016 with diaries yet, but hopefully someday he decides to start again
  • Eisen-Verse, the guy that got me into diary writing in the first place, E-V is famous around the boards and really he doesn't need a small time guy like myself to give him praise. But he's a great writer, has great ideas and knows how to write and design a diary as good as anybody on the boards.



Other Projects
  • I have a DAVE diary running and no, this won't affect it. I've been really aggravated with it recently because I've tried to write the next show FIVE FREAKING TIMES!!!!! and I've lost them due to computer issues every... single... time..... But I have a new computer now so it'll be up soon enough.



Rules/Guidelines

I like to have rules and guidelines in a diary that follow the product, situation or booker preferences and this game ain't any different. So here's a list of the guidelines I have for myself.
  • CGC is a Sports Entertainment company and Alex DeColt, like his father before him, likes big dudes. Which means don't be expecting lightweight guys to be getting big pushes. Flippy dudes don't make money dammit :P. Okay I won't say that much, but I will be favouring wrestlers at MW or higher, it just makes sense that way
  • The DeColts will still be the main part of the show. They may not be wrestling on every show but they will be heavily featured. Not like the diary title gives it away.
  • Fix the tag division is one of my main priorities. There's only four tag teams I want to keep as around so I need a few additions. I have a few ideas in mind but we'll see.
  • I will be Alex DeColt in game, just so you know.
  • Feel free to suggest some things for this section, I'll gladly listen to them and argue the pro/con factors with you on why I will or won't be using it. I like the game to be challenging and more rules mean more of a challenge

And that's pretty much it, thanks for reading and have a good day.

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Thanks for the kind words. Good luck with this project and look forward to seeing it.
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Flippy dudes don't make money dammit :P. Okay I won't say that much, but I will be favouring wrestlers at MW or higher, it just makes sense that way
Yessssssssssssssss, feel the sports entertainment flow through you.

Thanks for the good words good brother, can't wait to see the shows start coming.
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Looking forward to this,
One because its interesting to see another's take on the same company,
Two because I've loved your DaVE diary too, some excellent write-ups in there. Hopefully the booking in-sight segments will be here too, they're particularly wonderful,

Good luck,
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CGC are my fav fed, and I like your other diary so I will be following. Push Ian to the moon and reveal him as an illegitimate deColt
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The DeColt Show

Thank you all for the kind words of support. Hopefully, I can live up to the expectation of it all. And just to let you know, I will be doing booking analysis and show analysis, they are different, you'll find out how soon.




Roster Analysis
  • Jack DeColt is a great figurehead to have, he'll be key in this diary.
  • Other than Jack, our main event scene is rough in terms of talent. Thrill Seeker and Ricky are both talented but DaLay, Gargantuan and Price are not as talented. DaLay is old but Gargantuan and Price have time to improve.
  • There seems to be plenty of potential stars on the roster, but it's just one of those things where I got to pick who I want to go with in the future.
  • I've mentioned it already, but the tag division is barren. I need more than a simple team or two. I need three or four to be safe.
  • I want more projects in this diary as there aren't many out and out green as grass projects. I like those.
  • I'm going to try and keep hiring to a minimum. I've seen a few guys I want to pick up and will, but don't expect 10 additions off the bat.



Show Predictions

Donte Dunn v Thrill Seeker

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Shane Nelson v Whippy the Clown

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Bobby Thomas v Ozzie Golden

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Antonio Del Veccio v Stevie Grayson

Montreal Mafia v The Dirty White Boys



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Donte Dunn v Thrill Seeker

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Shane Nelson v Whippy the Clown

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Bobby Thomas v Ozzie Golden

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Antonio Del Veccio v Stevie Grayson

Montreal Mafia v The Dirty White Boys

Trying not to vote with the tinged lenses of my own diaries bias, in which Shane Nelson has become incredibly charismatic and Ricky has entertainment skills higher than actual Jack Bruce.
Assuming Jack and Ricky get their 20 minute "Welcome to the show/Oh, a heel that's brawl" speech in with Gargantuan

Got to confess, I'm looking forward to this a lot. 2016 CGC is a company with only a few pros as opposed to cons. (Fighting Irish tag team, anyone?)
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Thrill Seeker

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Shane Nelson

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Bobby Thomas

Canadian Title Four Way Dance Qualifying Match
Antonio Del Veccio

The Dirty White Boys
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CGC Title Bout Wrestling
Sunday, Week 1, January 2016.
Ontario, (Canada).
3,800
0.66 (499,530)


The show starts with the commentators, Davis Ditterich and Adrian Garcia wishing the fans a happy new year, as well as running down the card. Ditterich mentions that there are no DeColts in action tonight but all of them are here tonight, muxh to Garcia's annoyance. They also mention that Donte Dunn has an amazing opportunity in tonights main event for him to solidify himself as a top contender in CGC.




The first segment of the night brings CGC owner, Alex DeColt to the ring. Alex greets all the fans and states his business for being here, the CGC Elimination main event. He quickly announces that the main event at Elimination will be a 3v3 elimination match between Jack, Ricky and a person chosen by them against Thrill Seeker, Gargantuan and a mystery person. Alex thanks the fans for coming and hopes they have a good night, before he quickly transitions that the fans came here to see wrestling and that's what they'll get.
Rating: 62/ C



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The Montreal Mafia use their quickness and general sneakiness to get the upper hand and it works in the early goings. However, it eventually comes too much for them as The Dirty White Boys use their strength advantage to get back on top and from there it's a formality. Lead Belly hits Marc Raisin with a RPM Bomb (Sit-Out Powerbomb) for the win
Winners: The Dirty White Boys
Rating: 52 D+





With the Elimination main event announced, Jack and Ricky are holding auditions for their tag partner.


Bobby Thomas is in first. He stands there emotionless for a moment as Jack and Ricky stare at him. He stands there staring back at them until he says "Can I be serious for a minute?"

NEXT!!!!


Drake Young steps through the door, a mic in hand, greeting everybody and thanking them for coming. For some strange reason, he thinks he's doing a stand up show and begins to tell bad jokes. " What did the Buffalo say to her son before he left for school? Bye Son", "Hey did you hear about the circus fire? It was intents." "What's the difference between a piano and a fish? You can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish" "What did...."

NEXT!!!!


Ian Identity then enters and stands in front of the brothers. He looks at them briefly before simply saying "You know why I should be your partner" and leaves again.


Donte Dunn then enters the room. He walks in front of the brothers and tells him how important CGC is to him. He thanks the DeColts for the opportunity to work for them and thanks them for the good money he earns that he uses to help his family. He continues that he'll always fight in CGC's corner even in the difficult times as CGC is his home.


Shane Nelson is next to come in, as he playfully struts into the view of the brothers. A massive smile on his face, he says it would be a whirl of a time to wrestle with the DeColts and what is life but an excuse to have fun. NE... Shane interrupts Jack's call "I'll see myself out" he adds, happily bouncing out of the room.


And finally it's Christian Price. Price mentions that it would be an honour to wrestle with them as they are wrestling legends and have helped him become a better wrestler, but most importantly a better person. He thanks them for the opportunity to even get the chance to team with them as he has been huge fans of them for years and even now, even though he see's them every show backstage, he says he still gets goose bumps when they talk to him. He says if anybody can help them, he can as he'll always have the DeColts back, no matter what and they are his number one priority as Christian Price takes care of his friends, strangers and anybody in need of help.

After Christians audition, the six competitors line and the three finalist are announced. Christian Price, Donte Dunn and.. to the surprise of everyone, Ian Identity are the final three and the winner will be announced next week.Rating: 57/ C-




After the auditions, Donte Dunn is walking back to his locker room when he see's somebody he doesn't quite recognise, he goes up and introduces himself, before asking "And who are you?" "“RyPo, playa. Canada’s number one rapper”. Dunn takes an interest in the rapper asking him about his raps and what they're about before asking him to “Say a few rhymes”. RyPo obliges, takes a deep breath and...

Yo, my name is RyPo,
When it comes to fighting I’m a little Psycho
Yeah, I’m the new kid on the block
Girls love me cause I got a big wallet
Plus, my beats are sick
I’m so popular cause of my personality

Donte doesn't seem too impressed, saying that only one of the lines rhymed. Donte then says that he wishes him luck but offers the advice that maybe he should stick to wrestling.
Rating: 52/ D+



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A complete dichotomy between the two competitors as the ultra serious, all business, machine in Bobby Thomas takes on the ultra vain, model, pretty boy in Ozzie Golden. Bobby takes control early on and dominates Golden as the fans respect his wrestling acumen. The first strike to the face, Golden puts his hands out shaking his head in fear which makes Bobby stop, Golden pulls in the ref to make sure he tells him no closed fists before Golden low blows Bobby out of the refs view. Ozzie takes control now and often takes time out of his offense to pose for the crowd to a mass of boos. However, this is a bad idea as Bobby technically gets the upper hand back again before a Specialist Touch (Single Arm DDT) seals the win for Bobby.
Winner: Bobby Thomas
Rating: 58/ C-





Backstage, Zeus Maximillion and Stevie Grayson are in their locker room, which is decorated like a child's bedroom. Zeus comes in and tells Stevie that he'll need a nap before his big match tonight, Stevie agrees, and asks Zeus to tell him a naptime story. Zeus reluctantly does and that sends Stevie off to sleep and Zeus leaves the room. Suddenly, Stevie wakes up as a mysterious green flashing light is lighting the whole room. Stevie stares into the light, confused. We hear beeping and other mysterious sounds as the green light becomes more and more intense. Stevie's face drops in horror as a large hand reaches out to grab him...

"Stevie, Stevie!"

It's Stevie's pal, Zeus calling him, as his match is on next. It must have been all a dream.
Rating: 53/ D+

w/v
Stevie and Antonio Del Veccio have a fine back in forth in early goings as both men have the advantage at one point or another. The neither man really gets the upper hand until the ending sequence, when Stevie looks like he's ready to finish it. He looks for the acceptance from the crowd as cheer him but as he stands in the center, a mysterious green light shines down on top of him as Stevie looks up into it. He looks back at the crowd as he begins to rise up off the ground slightly, but suddenly the light is gone and Antonio has recovered and rolls Stevie up for the three.
Winner: Antonio Del Veccio
Rating: 52/ D+





Backstage Thrill Seeker says that he will prove himself to the better man in the best of seven series with Ricky DeColt. Although he mentions the Elimination tag match doesn't count he does say that he will pin Ricky to prove he means business. He continues by saying that tonight his focus is on Donte Dunn and he'll give Ricky a brief preview of what's going to happen to him, as eventually he will succumb to the same fate that Dunn will tonight.Rating: 60/ C




Backstage, Alex DeColt is on the phone, leaning up against the wall, almost like he's trying to hide. Alex is acting unusual as he says "So, You'll be there, yeah?".


However, his brother and CGC world champ, Jack comes over to him and Alex hastliy ends the call. Jack asks who it was but Alex just replies "Nobody, just business stuff". Jack then moves on stating he'd love to get his hands on Gargantuan tonight. Alex tells him he can't as Gargantuan isn't here tonight and that he needs to be patient anyway. He tells him to sit back and relax and make sure he is in tip top shape for Elimination
Rating: 80/ B



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Shane and Whippy have a very quick opening exchange where Whippy begins by offering a handshake before pulling Shane's nose while they shake hands. Whippy is constantly playing all kinds of tricks, such as telling Shane to look out behind him and then hitting him from behind. Shane works his way back into it though but Whippy throws a can at Shane that he catches before confetti explodes into Shane's face, this distracts him for Whippy to roll Shane up but it only gets a two. Shane applauds the tactic, happily smiling at him, saying it was a smart tactic. Shane is generally just having a good time as Whippy tries everything to dampen his spirits. However, he can't and that upsets Whippy. This causes Whippy to be a bit more rash than his usually sneaky self and makes a horrible mistake that lets Shane hit the Clash of Styles (Inverted Headlock Backbreaker) for the win.
Winner: Shane Nelson
Rating: 58/ C-





In Alex' office, Ricky lying down as cool as a breeze on the leather couch while Alex sits at his desk. Alex proclaims that Ricky needs to do something about Thrill Seeker and that he can't let Seeker say things about him like he has without retaliation. Ricky states that he'll take care of it, completely feigning interest to his older brother. Alex knows this and becomes a little bit more angry saying that he needs to take a little more responsibility instead of just sitting around and chilling out all day, Ricky dismiss this and says he doesn't need to reply as he'll let his wrestling do the talking. This angers Alex.
Rating: 77/ B-

w/v
Seeker and Dunn have a nice exchange and although Seeker holds the experience factor, Dunn keeps up with him every step of the way. Seeker bounces around the ring hitting Dunn with all kinds of innovative offense and this is where Dunn falls behind. However, the size difference comes into play as Dunn starts to build a comeback, with the fans firmly behind him...


It soon all comes crashing down, with the ref checking out Seeker, RyPo runs down to the ring and clocks Dunn with his neckchain. This allows Seeker to hit a Daredevil Drop (Springboard Senton Bomb) which secures him the three.
Winner: Thrill Seeker
Rating: 59/ C-





And here comes the assault. The match is over but Seeker and RyPo are putting the boot to Dunn. The crowd boo as the two men spitefully attack the barbadian, who is clutching at his ribs


Here comes Ricky, warding off the heels and tending to Donte. However, it might be too little too late as Dunn is clutching his ribs in extreme pain as the heels attack may have been swift but it was effective.
Rating: 61/ C


Show Rating: 67/ C+
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4/4 I surprised even myself lol

Anyway really enjoyed the show, I thought it set up what sounds like some tasty storylines
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Analysis



Booking Analysis
  • The first tag team match was pretty much a "let's get a win for the The Dirty White Boys". I don't really like the Montreal Mafia so that also probably was apart of the decision to put The DWB over.
  • The tied second best match of the night, Bobby and Golden had a good match that really was just to get Bobby into the Fatal Four Way dance for the Canadian title at Elimination. However, this also really put me high on Ozzie, which is only good for his future in the company
  • Bitta storyline shenanigans here for Del Veccio and Grayson which will make more sense in time. So, Del Veccio was the benficiary, but I did want at least another heel in the fatal four way dance.
  • Shane and Whippy had a good match despite it being a high spot match. I like Whippy but I knew I wanted Shane Nelson in the fatal four way dance, so Nelson getting the win, was pretty inevitable.
  • Seekers win was very simple to decide. For one, he's in a high profile feud, and second, Donte was always going to be attacked to give Seeker the win. RyPo's involvement was to tie in with their angle earlier.
  • I'm sorry this booking analysis isn't as in detail as my DAVE one's but this is just starting and it's hard to give booking reasons and not give away future storylines this early in the diary.



Show Analysis
  • Gotta say that the Montreal Mafia put on a better match then I expected. A 52 isn't bad, even if The DWB carried it. Performance rates were Grease Hogg C-, Lead Belly C-, Marc Raisin D, Dermott Ayres D.
  • Bobby being in a good match isn't anything new in CGC but the surprise here is that Ozzie actually performed better, C- to D+. A real shock to me. This really put Ozzie in my good books.
  • Del Veccio was head and shoulders above Stevie in their match in a C- to D- performance grades. The overall grade was pretty disappointing as I thought these guys could put on a good C, but alas it was not to be. These guys also had great chemistry, really? Not with that grade they don't.
  • Shane was better than Whippy here, in a C- to D+ performance rate. I knew these two could put on a good match and it tied with Ozzie and Bonny earlier so I was happy with that.
  • Thrill Seeker lead Dunn to the best match of the night but Dunn wasn't just a broomstick. Seeker had C and Dunn had C- performance grades, so well done to them. It wasn't an amazing main event but it was good.
  • Good lord those DeColt angles saved my skin. The matches were very middle of the road and Alex, Jack and Ricky pretty much got me the 67 grade for the show with an 80 and 77 rated angles and that was huge. Especially with no DeColts wrestling tonight.
  • Seeker had an okay promo, I thought he could get a high C+ but massively underperformed. Maybe I think his promo ability is better than it is, but 60 isn't bad.
  • Donte Dunn was a bit of the workhorse tonight with four segments. All of which did okay to good. I like Donte but he isn't a DeColt and doesn't have the talent despite his great SQ.
  • I love Ryan Powell as RyPo, White Rapper. It's just a goofy fun gimmick that I had come up with for my CGC diary ideas back last year and I had to use it. What did you guys think of his rap? :P
  • Stevie Grayson and Zeus had a cool segment. Of course it's just a bit of fun but who cares. It is going somewhere I promise. :P
  • Shane Nelson turned up very late for the show and I gave him a slap on the wrist but his personality got worse. Damn. It really annoyed me that I had plans for him but he misbehaved, but what can you do.
  • A new signing (whose name will be kept a secret for now :P) brightened the locker room with cartoon drawings, good stuff.
  • Stevie was sent to court for being late to pick up his travel partner, Jack was the judge and and made him pay his travel meals for the next three shows. Grayson improved his personality because of this. Great.
  • Wow, how bad is this CGC roster. It has promise but good lord, it needs help. I might have to take away my hiring spree ban cause we need help.
  • I might need to start spamming Alex angles to be getting good shows, but I won't do that unless I actually have him do something in the segments.
  • Overall, this was a good show and really fun to write. I've only done one show for this company and I love it already. It was really therapeutic to write after a few long days at work.


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4/4 I surprised even myself lol

Anyway really enjoyed the show, I thought it set up what sounds like some tasty storylines
You mean 5/5 right? :P



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Show Predictions

Ricky DeColt v RyPo

Joey Poison v Zeus Maximillion

Alan Parent & Drake Young v Skip Beau & ???
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Show Predictions

Ricky DeColt

Joey Poison

Skip Beau & ???



Also RyPos rap was truly awful
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CGC Title Bout Wrestling
Sunday, Week 1, January 2016.
Molsen Palais des Sports, (Quebec).
3,877
0.70 (530,750)


The show starts with the commentators, Davis Ditterich and Adrian Garcia greets the fans, as well as running down the card. Ditterich pushes the main event between Ricky and RyPo, Garcia agrees it should be a good match but RyPo will easily win.




On the titantron, Donte Dunn is in a hospital bed, his ribs wrapped heavily. The crowd cheer for him. Donte says that he must pull himself out of contention for the man to tag with the DeColts as he doesn’t know if he’ll be 100% and he wouldn’t want to let the DeColts down. However, he also mentioned that he will be at Elimination and he’s going to make sure RyPo gets his comeuppance. He hopes Ricky can show RyPo a glimpse of what Donte will give him at Elimination.
Rating: 56/ C-




Alex DeColt is backstage says that tonight, he will reveal the mystery partner for Thrill Seeker and Gargantuan for Elimination after the main event tonight.
Rating: 70/ C+




With a big flash, Skip Beau and Joffy Laine arrive, they state that they seem to have made it and ask a passing Alex DeColt “What year is it?” DeColt states it’s 2016 and walks away confused. The two are delighted as Skip says they can right the wrongs of humans and make sure the apocalypse of the earth never happened. Laine agrees saying that everybody in the world are stupid for what they did and after they have spent their entire lives scavenging a lifeless, burden wasteland, they won’t fail in their one chance to make mankind biggest mistake all but an alternate reality.

Rating: 55/ C-



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The announcers coin the team name for Laine and Beau with Garcia reckoning they are like "Post Apocalyptic Soldiers" and it sticks. It's no surprise that Laine and Beau are easily picking apart the put together team of Alan Parent and Dreake Young, Beau is especially impressive. However, it's his partner who picks up the win as Laine hits the Death Spiral (Spinning Underhook Fallaway) for the win.
Winner: The Post Apocalyptic Soldiers
Rating: 43/ D





Jack comes to the ring and states that it's a shame Donte had to be pulled out of contention, however he also alludes to the fact that he cant decide between the two competitors and he'll set up a match tonight between Price and Identity, the winner being the final member of their team for Elimination. The announcers seem to be a bit shocked by this, saying that Identity didn't have a great audition nor is he as good as Christian to earn the spot. Even Garcia mentions "it should have been an easy decision"
Rating: 56/ C-




Backstage, Ian identity is getting ready for probably the most important match of his entire life when who else but Joey Poison comes up to spoil the party. Posion scoffs at Ian, stating he isn’t anywhere near good enough to be the DeColts partner at Elimination and there must be something else going on, Identity denies it and says he’s a good wrestler and he'll prove it to Poison tonight.
Rating: 49/ D+



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Although Price is the clear favourite, Identity holds nothing back and really gives his all. He actually takes control of the match numerous times and Price seems to struggle with his solid wrestling, but Price isn;t going to be that easy to get rid of and Price makes numerous comebacks throughout the match, while Identity also gets to make sporadic somebacks aswell. Identiti does well to go toe to toe with Price, but unfortunately it isn't enough as Price hits the Price Check (Double Arm DDT) for the win.
Winner: Christian Price
Rating: 49/ D+





Zeus is getting ready for his match when Stevie comes up to him and tells him that aliens are out to get him. Zeus states it’s all in his imagination and that was Antonio playing tricks on him last week. Stevie is skeptical and Zeus tells him if he’s really that worried that he’ll be fine as he’ll be accompanying him to the ring tonight.
Rating: 46/ D




Backstage Alex is talking to crew when the massive Gargantuan comes up to him, Alex says that he knows why he’s here and that he’ll find out who is partner is later tonight and that he won’t be disappointed.


This is when Jack comes into the picture and walks up to Gargantuan, Alex puts himself in between the two and says to Jack save it for Elimination, the two stand off as Alex makes sure they can’t get at each other.
Rating: 72/ B-



w/vw/

This match is very evenly contested and both men are most certainly giving there all. Zeus uses his poer advantage well but Poison always seems to be a few steps ahead of the demi-god. He uses sneaky trickery to cheat at every chance he gets to get the upper hand, while shouting abuse at his opponent. Stevie looks nervous on the outside as he scans the arena for any "Intruders". Zeus meanwhile looks to finish it but Faith slides a chair to Poison and distracts the ref, so Poison can pick up the dirty win with a chair shot to Zeus' face.
Winner: Joey Poison
Rating: 55/ C-





Blockbuster is backstage when Bobby Thomas comes up to him all serious, the two stare at each other as Blockbuster is confused and quickly asks “Can I help you?” Bobby doesn’t answer.


Shane Nelson does come into frame wearing skiing gear, telling them that he’s just back from a ski trip and it was loads of fun but not as much fun as their fatal four way dance will be at Elimination, Blockbuster replies that he doesn’t think so and he’s the best there is, Nelson then comes back with a “nuh uh” and the two squabble back and forth


They pass Antonio Del Veccio and he says “Am I the only one who’s taking this match seriously?” then the camera pan out a bit to see Bobby Thomas standing beside him emotionless, all serious. Del Veccio rolls his eyes before walking off.
Rating: 45/ D




Ricky is getting ready for his match when Seeker comes up to him and wishes him good luck. Ricky thanks him for it and he respects Seeker’s ability and cannot wait to meet him in the ring at Elimination, Seeker replies that he’s going to destroy Ricky, goading him into a vengeful response, but Ricky doesn’t do that, as cool as a breeze, replying “We’ll just have to wait and see."
Rating: 66/ C



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The match is a good one with RyPo struggling to keep up with Ricky at times, but does slow things down when he gets the opportunity. RyPo seems happy to make hand signals at Ricky before he hits a move but as time goes on, RyPo really turns it up and really gets on top. However, it doesn't last long and Ricky comes back with a flurry. The crowd erupt for the famous DeColt comeback and Ricky runs through his signature spots. The crowd cheer even louder as Ricky signals for the DeColt 45 (Rolling Inverted DDT) and he hits it, getting the 1, 2, 3 in the process.
Winner: Ricky DeColt
Rating: 62/ C





After the match down comes Seeker and Gargantuan and Ricky is by himself but is swiftly backed up by Jack and Price. The teams don’t come to blows as Seeker tells Gargantuan that they’ll leave and get them at the PPV.
Rating: 66/ C




Alex comes out to the ring, contract in hand and says it's a great honour for him to introduce the mystery partner for Gargantuan and Seeker.


He points to the stage as Dan DaLay comes out. The crowd are disappointed. Alex is confused and looks at Dan and says “Sorry Dan but you aren’t the final member of the team at Elimination”, Dan stares at Alex briefly before saying “I am now” and clotheslines the owner and signs the contract, much to the fans dismay.
Rating: 65/ C



Show Rating: 64/ C

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Nice show, very to the spirit of CGC. Hope you take this as a compliment, because I'm getting serious Self-tinges here and there, and as the guy at the top of the Pantheon of CGC I hope you take that as the compliment I mean it as, c:

Also, I'm loving whatever render pack you're using, if it wasn't too cheeky I might ask about using the suited Alex if that's okay by you, c:
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Love the Dan render and his first appearance!
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