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Booking Analysis
  • DaLay-Zeus was a way to show how dominant Prometheus and Blockbuster are, as well as DaLay. Don't see this as a burial for Zeus, it isn't. I just wanted to show that DaLay is a beast and even if Zeus had sporadic comebacks it still shows that you can't match DaLay if you aren't 100%. It also showed how much of a threat Prometheus and Blockbuster are.
  • Price-Del Veccio was a "what can you do?" match. 57 is a good rating considering what pop Del Veccio is at right now (42). I wanted this match to lead into the fun but important Del Veccio/Super Duo/Alex angle and it did the job well. What do you guys think of Super Duo by the way? Any fans?
  • I love making up ways for Nelson to come across as a lovable goofball. First he was skiing and now at space camp, ah, just some good old fashioned childish fun. Compare that with Bobby Thomas, the ultra serious, wrestling machine makes a fuel for great writing opportunities. If you've looked below you can kind of guess what these guys will be doing with themselves for the next while.
  • Had to put Gargantuan over. I wanted to show that Ricky can't beat the big man. He submitted him at Elimination and pinned him here and I think that's good booking for a guy like Gargantuan. It puts a doubt that "Whoa, maybe Jack is in trouble" especially seems Ricky had two shots at the big man and came short both times. Do I think Gargantuan is the big mega heel going forward? No, but he can be worth his weight in gold if you build him right.
  • I wanted this match to be as close as it could be without Jack actually losing. I wanted him to be on the ropes for awhile and selling for the middle portion after starting well. It was always going to end with Gargantuan intending to interfere, Ricky stopping and somehow that leading to Ricky hitting Seeker costing him the victory. How else can you stack the deck against the babyface? Well by removing his brother of course.



Show Analysis
  • Oh Zeus, you continue to show why you are one of the people players like to push. Another C performance from the demi god, while DaLay had a D+ just off a C-, good stuff.
  • Price carried this match getting a C, just off a C+. Del Veccio had a D+, marginally off a C- so really there is nothing to complain about. I like Del Veccio but I don't know about his performances, but I can't help but see him doing really well so far.
  • Bobby and Shane come out with two D+, not great here by the two veterans. I expect better out of these two. Bobby has struggled to get higher than this grade so far, has he really declined since 2013? Shane has had better moments than this
  • Ricky wasn't as good as his usual self here with a measly C+, even if it was just off a B- while Gargantuan did nicely with a D+ bu it wasn't far off a C-. Zeus got that only two shows ago, you can't give out about that,
  • Jack pulled out a B-, of course he does better than everybody else but Seeker continues to get worse. He got a D+ this show (never thought I'd say that), wonder what his deal is in this game. Still churned out a good match though
  • That Ricky and Jack promo really pulled the show up a grade didn't it? Well, I guess, I had two B- angles and a C+ match so it didn't do everything. But it did probably get the B- for the show.
  • That Alex and Ian promo came out so well imo. Think it plants the seeds nicely.
  • Alex was the star of the show looking good and excellent in two of his angles tonight. Good stuff.
  • As you can guess, Canada Kid and Capt. Canada struggled in their angle, oh well, it's not like I expect much from them anyway.
  • No backstage shenanigans to report. Who's a good locker room.
  • Highest TV rating so far, was that Jack influence only or?
  • A really nice show both creatively and grading wise. I enjoyed writing and playing this show and that's all I can ask for. Having a blast with CGC.


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yeah I've always quite liked Dan anyway but I really enjoyed that. Whilst I sort of hope whatever reason keeps Dan and Alex fighting is never revealed, I hope if it is, it's something awful Alex did that puts a new perspective on the whole feud and redeems Dan before he retires.
Really glad you enjoyed this guys. There will be more of these in the future but probably not for the winner of the next prediction contest, I'll try to vary the prizes up.

I'm not going to reveal anything in terms of the Dan and Alex story, you'll just have to keep reading. :P However, I'm really glad that this profile hit home. I know I've already mentioned it but it's nice to use the lore of the C-Verse to your advantage and give the readers and extra peak into what you envisioned this long stories rivalry to be like and I got to do that here. So thanks to bonnie for letting me explore that. It also adds a little spice to a storyline that may not always be centre stage.



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Pteroid 5/5 (5/5) (7/10)
gtaves 5/5 (5/5) (5/5)
KnowYourEnemy 4/5 (4/5) (4/10)
christmas_ape 4/5 (4/5) (4/5)
bonnie 3/5 (3/5) (14/18)
stephenwithav 0/0 (0/0) (4/5)

Just so you know what each number represents. The first is what you got on the most recent show. The second is your tally for the prediction contest from PPV to PPV, while the last is your all time tally. So this table will be based on the second tally to see who wins the prediction contest each month. Ties are based on who scored the most on the PPV, if that is tied then it is decided on how matches you have predicted on. If the PPV hasn't happened yet, ties will be decided by the scores on the most recent prediction score, if that is level, it is decided on how many matches you have predicted on.



Show Predictions

Jack DeColt v ???

The Dirty White Boys & The Nation of Filth v Post Apocalyptic Soldiers & Project Runway

Brett Fraser v Ian Identity

Montreal Mafia v Bobby Thomas & Shane Nelson

The Predators v The Super Duo
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Jack DeColt v ???

The Dirty White Boys & The Nation of Filth v Post Apocalyptic Soldiers & Project Runway

Brett Fraser v Ian Identity

Montreal Mafia v Bobby Thomas & Shane Nelson

The Predators v The Super Duo
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Jack DeColt

The Dirty White Boys

Ian Identity

Bobby Thomas & Shane Nelson

The Predators
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Also I really quite like the super duo. They seem to fit well into how I imagine CGC and they seem like they could be a good (lower) addition to the tag division. Over a career I could see them getting one comedyish run with the tag titles even!

Also honestly with guargantuan's SQ and menace I normally build him as THE heel in my games, often with a Paul Haymanish manager!

I really feel the roster building and see it in the ratings results and what I see as continuously better episodes! I feel the story is really beginning to find it's groove
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CGC Title Bout Wrestling
Sunday, Week 4, January 2016.
Regina Rec Center, (Saskatchewan).
2,000
0.68 (510,720)


Davis Ditterich and Adrian Garcia introduce us to the show emphasising Ricky's suspension. Davis is clearly upset but accepts the decision while Garcia is all for the suspension and suggests that maybe Alex has finally become a good authority figure.




Alex is in his office when Ricky comes in and tells him he’s pissed off at what happened last week, Alex agrees. Ricky continues saying that he didn’t do anything wrong, while Alex retorts by saying he made a rule and that Ricky broke it so he must face the consequences. He apologises to his brother before asking him to leave the building.
Rating: 75/ B-




The Predators are in the number one contenders locker room with a bunch of spray paint and Predator merch. They are just about to trash the dressing when… DA DA DA DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, Captain Canada and Canada Kid come to the rescue. They denounce the champs for vandalism and state that they’ll bring them to a jail cell where they belong.


It’s at this moment the DWB come in and see The Predators and their plan, the champs flee and the DWB thank the SD, saying maybe they are heroes after all.
Rating: 31/ E+



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The Predators dominate the match from the start showing why they are the champs. They easily take care of The Super duo and despite Captain Canada putting in a good few moves, The Predatos win when Warren Technique locked in the STF on Canada Kid
Winner: The Predators
Rating: 38/ D-





Nelson arrives in scuba gear and Hunter asks where he was diving, the great Canadian reef is his reply which confuses Hunter. Of all people, who shows up but Bobby Thomas and Shane tells him that he respects him after the match they had last week and asks him what he did over the last week, trained says Bobby. Shane is unimpressed and says that he needs to loosen up and have fun like he does. He even says they should have a tag team name as they are tagging tonight. He asks Bobby if he has any ideas. The Wrestlers Bobby replies. No that’s way too boring, Shane says before saying they’ll be known as the Energy Specialists and runs off as Bobby slowly follows him.
Rating: 43/ D




Seeker and Gargantuan both go to see Alex DeColt so they can ask for a title shot at Jack at Luck of the draw. Seeker is far more talkative while Gargantuan stands there menacingly. Alex states that both men deserve a shot as Gargantuan beat Ricky while Seeker was inches away from beating Jack last week so he puts on a handicap match tonight for Seeker and Gargantuan against Jack DeColt. Whoever impresses gets the title shot at Luck of the Draw.
Rating: 69/ C+



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Although Montreal Mafia have the experience as tag partners, Bobby Thomas and Shane Nelson have more experience as tag team wrestlers in general. Both teams work well together though and put on an even and decent contest. Mafia try their best to cheat their way to victory but it doesn't work and Bobby Thomas takes advantage hitting a Specialist Touch (Single Arm DDT) for the win.
Winner: Energy Specialists
Rating: 53/ D+





Backstage Veccio meets Ian Identity and Veccio scoffs at him. Offended Identity asks what’s his problem, Veccio states that he worked for the title shot that won him the title while Alex gifted Identity his shot, stating he is Alex’ chosen one. Identity denies this stating that he and Alex are far from buddies and that he’ll prove that he deserves a shot at Veccio by winning his match tonight.


As Identity attempts to walk away, Joey Poison comes up and looks him dead in the eye. He’s silent at first but soon states that he knows that Alex and Ian are hiding something and he’s going to do his very best to find out what that is. Ian implores him to try to find anything but will eventually come up empty handed.


Identity walks off as Poison turns around to see the hulking figure of Dan DaLay staring intensely at him, he says nothing and walks away as Poison seems confused.
Rating: 56/ C-




In Alex’s office, Jack comes in and asks about tonight’s main event. He asks what happens if he wins the match, Alex says that he is unsure and believes that Jack will win and that tonight's match was not only to keep Seeker and Gargantuan happy but also to give him some time to sort some stuff out. Jack states that he’s happy with what Alex did for him as he give him to opportunity to destroy both Gargantuan and Seeker. When Jack leaves Alex is on the phone straight away “Hello” “Yeah, the title shot is yours if you want it, all you gotta do is guarantee you’ll be there?” Alex walks off still on the phone.
Rating: 76/ B-




RyPo is backstage working on some rhymes when Dunn comes up and states that he got away lightly at Elimination and that the things he said about him, Ricky and Alex were dreadful and that he should be ashamed. RyPo is uninterested stating that’s the price you pay in the industry of rap, diss tracks get thrown around all the time and things get ugly quick. RyPo then states Dunn needs to back down before it gets even more ugly. Dunn refuses stating he never backs down from anybody and that he expects to see RyPo at the Luck of the Draw where he’ll beat him up and he’ll finally be satisfied that RyPo won’t bother him again.
Rating: 55/ C-



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Identity and fraser put on quite the contest. An even but tough brawl, the huntsman is a vicious attacker and Identity feels every bit of the blows but he knows he can take it. He takes a serious amount of abuse and begins to comeback with nasty right hands and then a forearm. A picture perfect dropkick sets up Identity Theft (Arrow Suplex) and hits it. That's all she wrote as Fraser is out.
Winner:Ian Identity
Rating: 46/ D-





In the ring, the Post Apocalyptic Soldiers berate the crowd stating that scum like them are the reason the earth will fall and that they know the extent of the ruin. They call the crowd a bunch of idiots for not evolving and killing the planet instead of preserving it, giving out about all the fuel guzzling cars in the parking lot.


The DWB come out and tell them that they know nothing of the future and that the only thing that is in their future is a third run with the CGC tag team titles.


This is when Project Runway come into the fray and state that the DWB are as disgusting as the Nation of Filth with their dirty faces full of oil and dirt and that they don’t deserve a shot at the gorgeous shining tag team titles. Then the DWB attacks PR and PAS but they can’t cope with the numbers game.


NOF then come out and help the number one contenders as they brawl briefly before they begin their match
Rating: 46/ D



&&& v&&&

It's very much the powerhouses versus the quicker and more athletic even if Skip and Joffy aren't exactly small dudes. Hogg and Skip have a really nice brawl while Golden hits a plancha to The Nation of Filth on the outside. Newton and Belly are exchanging strikes when Joffy comes in and joins them, hitting a nice suplex. It soon turns into an all out brawl as Joffy and Hogg are the legal men and Hogg hits a Grease Spot (High Knee) for the win.
Winner: The Dirty White Boys & The Nation of Filth
Rating: 43/ D





Zeus comes to the ring. He tells Blockbuster and Prometheus that they have done something very, very bad, they pissed off a demi-god. He states that he will make sure that Stevie stays at home so he will be safe as that is his first priority. He then quickly transitions to the future stating that at Luck of the Draw, Zeus will face Prometheus and that he will defeat him.
Rating: 58/ C-



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Jack is all over Seeker in early goings battering him with massive blows to the back, almost as if he's trrying to prove that Seeker doesn't deserve a title shot. After beating down on him, he lets him tag in his partner, Gargantuan. This is significantly more difficult for Jack as Gargantuan is far stronger than him but he definitely cause the big man problems and although it is a fairly even exchange with Jack eventually looking better until Seeker tags himself in and blindsides Jack. Here the beatdown begins as Gargantuan and Seeker lay the boots on Jack but Gargantuan stops before the five count and leaves. Seeker then tries to hit the Daredevil Drop (Springboard Senton bomb) but Jack moves and explodes on Seeker putting him in the corner and hitting vicious strikes to Seeker before whipping him into the other corner and going for a splash but Seeker pulls the ref in the way. The ref is down, Seeker is down and Jack is slowly getting up. He gets to his feet and turns. CHOKESLAM! Gargantuan was waiting for him and Jack is out. Seeker is back up and the ref is recovering. Daredevil Drop (Springboard Senton Bomb), cover. Ref counts, 1..... 2...... 3.
Winner: Thrill Seeker & Gargantuan
Rating: 66/ C+





After the match, the beating doesn’t end as Seeker and Gargantuan briefly celebrate before they look at each other and nod and begin laying it into Jack. The attack is brutal and the bell is constantly ringing as the ref tries to stop them. With Ricky gone, Jack has nobody to help him…..


But here comes Christian Price. He belts it down to the ring warding off the heels with a chair, even smashing Gargantuans back with it, that barely even hurts the giant but the chair is bent beyond repair. Jack returns to his feet and thanks Price as the show ends
Rating: 71/ C+



Show Rating: 65/C

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Booking Analysis
  • An easy win for The Predators to start off the show but I really like giving The Super Duo "villians" to fight each week. It probably won't become a staple or anything but it'll probably happen more than I'd like it to. I'm kind of regretting hiring Cal and Ben as I am such marks for them. Anyway, the match they had was okay, got a D- which I was fine with. Nice way to show off the champs in a win.
  • So starts the ballad of the Energy Specialists. I love this dynamic and I put them in this match mainly to see how they'd get on and boy did they do well. They almost dragged Montreal Mafia to a C- match. More on that later, but do I under estimate Mafia, are they better than I think or am I right to hate them?
  • Identity and Fraser was a match to showcase Identity and there was no way I was going to let Fraser in this match without putting in keep it simple, you are not injuring Ian. I was actually happy with this rating, Fraser isn't that good to get this rating by himself so I'd think Ian put in a good outing. Not to say Fraser can't put on a good performance he can, but he's no Jack DeColt. Then again, who is.
  • Schmoz-tacular! How to get as many tag teams into your show as possible, put them in an angle and a 4v4 match of course. Grade was poor, but the match showed what each team brings and doesn't. As eventually one of my teams will be let go. Don't know who it'll be yet, but I'll take the readers thoughts into consideration for it.
  • Yep, Jack lost, but he had to in hindsight. Let's say for example Jack does win, he essentially takes out two of my top heels in one swoop and even Alex isn't stupid enough to do that. I need Gargantuan to look like a beat and I want Seeker to look semi-strong so a win was what came out of it. I feel the win helped Gargantuan more than Seeker despite Seeker getting the pin, as Garg got into the 60's for pop with that win while Seeker got high 50's, I do think Garg started a bit higher in pop so maybe that was it. While it didn't hurt Jack in the slightest. Watch me and my great booking. :P



Show Analysis
  • D's for The tag champs here. That's fine. While Cap and Kid had E- and E. Ugh, they are not doing well. I never expected Kid to do much but Cap actually has talent. Why is he struggling? Oh well, not that it matters. WELL, IT DOES TO ME DAMMIT. Although, I did see a penalty for Cap because he was in the middle of a weight increase, huh, never knew that happened. I guess that's what happened.
  • Shane with a C- here, good stuff while his partner got a D+. Raisin got a D- while Ayres got a D, happy with that. The chemistry gods shined brightly on my booking plans as Thomas and Nelson have great chemistry. YES! That definitely contributed to their grade I'm sure. Marc Raisin seemed off his game in this match.
  • Fraser was better than Ian with a D and D- respectively. I didn't think Fraser had that in him. I even told him to keep it simple.... what could this guy do without it, it's interesting. Ian on the other hand, I just never expect much. Maybe in a few years.
  • Hogg D+, Grunt E+, Laine D-, Belly D+, Golden D+, Skip D, Stink E, Newton D+. To see that Laine scored above both Grunt and Stink is a bit of surprise. Newton and Golden were supposed to set the bar here but the DWB matched them (in grade at least). Good stuff lads. Skip is better than I think he is, just putting that out there.
  • Jack carried the main event with a B-, while Seeker seemed off his game, yet scored his best grade so far with a C. Gargantuan was the weak link with a D+. Seeker showed what he can do here, great. Any money he flops next week? Garg is doing just fine, don't mind that note big guy, you just keep doing what you're doing. Oh and Jack, stop being one point off a B for performance, just get it already, god.
  • Jack DeColt came across well in the last angle. Well, he thanked his buddy Price, of course he looked well. More on Price later, but Jack is proven to be the be all, end all in CGC. Need to find somebody up to his stature for the heel side.
  • Stink & Grunt underperformed in their angle. Shocked I am.
  • Del Veccio is really showing he deserves something in this diary. A C- isn't an amazing grade but for who was in it, it worked well. And there is a reason DaLay was there at the ends, he wasn't their to boost ratings, he has a purpose for showing up there. The seeds are planted, or planting.
  • Melson and Bobby are my favuorite dynamic in this project right now, is that bad?
  • RyPo pulled a rib on Grunt and got heat for it, good. I gave him a stern warning, nothing happened. But don't be a dick and you might be used in this project you cretin.
  • Then this dick has the gall to come out after the show and say "Warren Technique is too clumsy in my opinion, he is going to end up hurting someone badly". You didn't even wrestle tonight and that C- promo, all Donte. No RyPo, you did nothing... All Donte.
  • I am really struggling to give Price and Dunn a character other than "We're faces". So far, I've got a clear image of how all these guys act in my head and some of them are extremely multi-dimensional. However, I just can't see a gimmick for these guys. I'm trying to give Donte a "I've lived through a lot of hard times, so I just enjoy getting to this stage" face vibe but I don't know if that makes much sense. While Price is just a white meat boring babyface. He just screams lovable idiot to me but Self had that character for him and I'm struggling to find something different, hopefully something comes to me soon or Price may be left behind in this project.
  • Little bit upset in the lack of predictions this time around. However, I greatly appreciate any predictions I get so and understand that people are busy and whatever, so I'll keep on trucking regardless. I know I'm no E-V but I got really excited to see I got a nice few predictions last time out, so hopefully, I can get them back.
  • And I'm sure you'll have the time to do it, I'm leaving this next show until the next DAVE show in my other diary is up. I need to get back on that as truthfully, I miss it. I'll be writing it maybe tonight or tomorrow.



Predictions Scores
Pteroid 3/5 (8/10) (11/15)
bonnie 4/5 (7/10) (19/23)
gtaves 0/0 (5/5) (5/5)
KnowYourEnemy 0/0 (4/5) (4/10)
christmas_ape 0/0 (4/5) (4/5)
stephenwithav 0/0 (0/0) (4/5)



Show Predictions

Christian Price v Thrill Seeker

Donte Dunn v Gargantuan

RyPo v Zeus Maximillion

Project Runway v The Super Duo

Ian Identity v Whippy the Clown
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Who, out of these teams, do you like the most and hate the most: Post Apocalyptic Soldiers (Joffy Laine & Skip Beau), Project Runway (Ozzie Golden & Wayne Newton), Montreal Mafia, Nation of Filth, New Soldier of Fortune, The Predators, Super Duo (Captain Canada & Canada Kid). (Rank them 1-7 or Just put "Like: (Team Name), Hate: (Team name)" whatever you prefer.)
If there was any C-Verse character, outside of the ultra super talented wrestlers, who you'd like to see in CGC, who would it be and why?

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Thrill Seeker

Gargantuan

Zeus Maximillion

Project Runway

Ian Identity
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Do you read the post show analysis in full, skim through it or skip to the predictions? Read it and enjoy it!
Who, out of these teams, do you like the most and hate the most: Post Apocalyptic Soldiers (Joffy Laine & Skip Beau), Project Runway (Ozzie Golden & Wayne Newton), Montreal Mafia, Nation of Filth, New Soldier of Fortune, The Predators, Super Duo (Captain Canada & Canada Kid). (Rank them 1-7 or Just put "Like: super duo, Hate: Montreal mafia (you are very right to hate them!!)
If there was any C-Verse character, outside of the ultra super talented wrestlers, who you'd like to see in CGC, who would it be and why? Sayeed Ali, great Canadian talent and adds some 'edge' to CGC
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Show Predictions

Christian Price v Thrill Seeker

Donte Dunn v Gargantuan

RyPo v Zeus Maximillion

Project Runway v The Super Duo

Ian Identity v Whippy the Clown
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Do you read the post show analysis in full, skim through it or skip to the predictions? Read In Full
Who, out of these teams, do you like the most and hate the most: I like The Post-Apocalyptic Soldiers the Most and Montreal Mafia the Least
If there was any C-Verse character, outside of the ultra super talented wrestlers, who you'd like to see in CGC, who would it be and why?
Greg Black, just slap a goofy not-Groucho Bling gimmick on him and you're ready to go!
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CGC Title Bout Wrestling
Sunday, Week 1, February 2016.
Headingly Court, (Minotoba).
2,000
0.66 (499,890)


Davis Ditterich and Adrian Garcia introduce us to the show as they go over the card for tonight. The two talk about tonight's event when Jack DeColt's music hits as Garcia imitates vomiting.




Jack comes to the ring and states that he lost last week as his opponents cheated. He goes on by stating that he gives them full props for getting the win but whoever is announced as his opponent for Luck of the Draw he will make sure that he repays the favour for last week.
Rating: 81/ B-



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Whippy is happy to play tricks on Ian at the start. He soaks him with water from a bucket as well as making him slip on a banana peel. Unfortunately, this eventually is Whippy's downfall as he maniacally laughs in the corner Ian rolls him up for a two. This lets Ian pop up and hit an identity Theft (Arrow Suplex) for the win.
Winner: Ian Identity
Rating: 51/ D+





Playmate tells Ian that he has picked up two major wins over the last two weeks but is more interested in what Poison is trying to find out. Ian says that there is nothing to say about that and he’ll come up completely empty and the man that you see in front of you is the man he is everyday. He goes on saying that at Luck of the Draw, he’ll win the Canadian title and prove just how good he can be.
Rating: 54/ C-




Whippy is backstage, a red X on the ground and holding a string that goes up off screen. DA DA DA DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, here’s The Super Duo. They see Whippy and tell him that he is one of the most dastardly men in CGC and they’ll always be ready to stop one of his evil schemes. Whippy says great and exchanges a hand, Capt. Canada shakes it. BUZZZZ! An electric buzzer shocks the captain’s hand as Whippy notes that this was electrifying. Cap is angry and moves in closer to Whippy, with Kid close behind him. As it happens, the Super Duo are now standing on the red X and Whippy pulls the string and the super duo are soaked with a bucket full of water. An evil laugh is heard as Whippy flees shouting you’re all washed up now.
Rating: 29/ E




Backstage, Poison and Faith sit at a table with the CGC history books opened and after digging through twenty years of files, he hasn’t found anything more about Ian Identity than he already knows. He mentions his time in the DeColt power house where he signed in as Ian Identity but Poison is sure that is a fake name. Faith suggests searching the net, but Poison has already tried. Poison states that he is sure there is something fishy about him and he won’t stop til he finds out. At that moment a postman arrives and hands Joey Poison a letter. Poison opens it and it says “For more information on Ian Identity meet me next week at…” but the place is cut off as Poison quickly pulls it in his chest before walking off,swiftly followed by Faith.
Rating: 60/ C



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Both teams are evenly match, wit the heroic duo flying around the ring, while the models tend to slow things down when they get the chance, which gets a negative reaction from the crowd. Despite the open match, Porject Runway are able to get the upper hand in the end, with Wayne Newton hitting a Fisherman's Suplex and getting the pin.
Winner: Project Runway
Rating: 46/ D





With their match over and a win in the bag, Project Runway go backstage to their locker room where they find a briefcase on their dressing table. They go up and read it and get extremely excited as they see it’s the clothes for the Spring season of fashion. They open it as green slime explodes all over the two men and the two stand still, disgusted with their mouths wide open.


At this point, NOF come up behind them, laugh and leave again.
Rating: 42/ D




On the phone Alex is talking to somebody “What you mean you might be there?” “There’s a world title match in it for you?” “What do you mean so, it’s one of the most prestigious wrestling titles in the world” “What are you talking about, I’m giving you an…” Alex stops and is told something on the phone before it is hung up. He stands there annoyed for a moment before walking off.
Rating: 75/ B-




Zeus is backstage with Hailey Hunter who asks if Stevie is alright and if he’ll make it to Luck of the Draw, Zeus replies that he’s a little shaken but nonetheless okay and that Zeus has told Stevie to stay at home until he gets rid of this threat, Hunter asks why, which Zeus responds he is very fond of Stevie and he takes his role of his protector very seriously, he calls him the Demi-bro I never had and says Prometheus will pay for what he did.
Rating: 46/ D



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RyPo seems uninterested in Zeus at first as he takes control early on, but it doesn't last long for "Canada's Best Rapper" as Zeus comes roaring back. Zeus' sheer power is too much for him and although he tries his best to comeback, he can't as Zeus hits the Thunder Bolt (Sit-Out Powerbomb) for the win.
Winner:Zeus Maximillion
Rating: 54/ C-





Thomas is backstage and he’s watching a match he had with Jack DeColt a few years ago studying it’s content. Nelson then arrives and tells him he’s not living life and that he’s boring. Thomas says nothing but looks at Nelson. Nelson says that now they are a tag team he needs to be more fun and that Bobby’s life starts here as Nelson is going to bring him on a bunch of fun trips and days out so he can finally enjoy himself.
Rating: 47/ D+




Jenny interviews Donte asking how’ll he’ll be able to compete with the monstrous Gargantuan. Dunn notes he’s overcome a lot of difficult things in his life and Gargantuan is just another bump in the road, a rather large bump, but a bump nonetheless, he continues by saying how much this would do for his career, to beat the giant tonight as well as its implications on his match with RyPo at Luck of the Draw.
Rating: 65/ C



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Dunn and Gargantuan have a nice exchange in a brawl early on. Dunn does very well against the giant in the early going but soon is overcome by the power of the Giant. He throws clubs at Gargantuan but a clothesline by the giant nearly knock his head off. He continues to fight against the odds, but Gargantuan is too big, too strong and one chokeslam later, Gargantuan is declared the winner.
Winner: Gargantuan
Rating: 52/ D+





Price is interviewed by Jenny who asks him why he helped Jack last week, prie simply replies a friend in need is a friend indeed that Jack would’ve done the same for him. He continues by stating that if he can beat Seeker tonight, maybe Alex might choose him to challenge Jack at Luck of the Draw something he would love to do. However, he also says he can’t look that far ahead and must concentrate on tonight.
Rating: 62/ C



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Price and Seeker have a very open exchange early and the two share moves. A European uppercut by Price while Seeker replies with a missile dropkick. Price takes control with sheer strength catching Seeker and htting a fallaway slam, but a poke to the eye gets Seeker back in it. Rol up only gets a two for Seeker as Price hits uppercut after uppercut, but a sneaky low blow from Seeker changes the tide, dropkick knocks Price down. Daredevil Drop (Springboard Senton Bomb) connects and secures the three.
Winner: Thrill Seeker
Rating: 63/ C





Alex announces that he cannot pick between Gargantuan and Seeker to be the number one contender, so he leaves it up to fate, not the wrestler, but the Luck of the Draw Wheel as it will decide Jacks opponent on the night of the event.
Rating: 65/ C



Show Rating: 68/C+
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Booking Analysis
  • Ian and Whippy put on a good performance here. I like Whippy a lot and will make sure he stays useful in this project in some capacity so, I was happy with Ian getting the win here to keep him looking good. He's not getting huge jumps in pop with these wins, just a few points here a few points there. It's a bit demoralising but Ian is still gaining something so.
  • Runway v the Super Duo did well. I never expect anything amazing from these two anymore but this was pretty good. Of course it's all Golden and Newton but who cares, it was fine. Lead up to the next segment nicely
  • In hindsight both these guys needed a win but I gave it to Zeus as he's really struggled as of late in terms of getting wins, his only win at Elimination, in a match his team were eliminated first in. On the other hand, RyPo has no wins so far, so that really hurts his program with Donte but that's what you get for your antics.
  • Donte lost cause Gargantuan should only lose in very special circumstances, other than that, he wins and that could affect his activity in this project. I hate making guys like Garg lose, especially on TV, while in truth Donte could've used this win. In the end, I thought that with RyPo losing, giving the L to Donte as well wasn't too bad.
  • Despite the fact that Seeker constantly disappoints me in his matches, I still reward him. Ugh, booking plans. I found Price's niche straight after this show, so yay for me. It'll be showcased next time. Price has been great in this project so far in terms of performances so yeah, happy. Seeker got the win because of the angle directly after it. Couldn't have Price beating the potential number one contender.



Show Analysis
  • D+ for Whippy, D for Ian. Not bad Iano. You are certainly getting better kid. Well done. Whippy did his stuff, as he always does, so yeah happy days. Also, Ian Identity and Whippy the Clown have great Chemistry, cool.
  • D+ for Project Runway, E for Kid, E+ for Captain. Shocker that. I don't mind though. We'll see if Super Duo can impress me over the next while and keep their job.
  • Zeus didn't quite live up to his usual amazingness dropping to a C- but he had that in his first match of this diary so he's okay. RyPo had a D, grand with me. A C- is pretty average for a RyPo match, but let's be honest, Zeus is better than this. RyPo was really off his game as well here.
  • Donte continues his run of C-'s which is grand. He's not exactly somebody who's gonna do much better than that. But I'm happy with that. Garg also gotta C-, holy sh!t. I didn't know he had that in him well done big guy.
  • SEEEEEEEKER! God damn it, back to the C-'s. What am I ding wrong here? I said last analysis he'd drop the ball, and damn right that happened. Price got a C+, so well done sir. I like Price and he continues to impress.
  • No Jack wrestling, less TV viewers. Damn. I'ts been dropping since after Elimination which bad, going to try and get it back up next show.
  • Without Ricky here, I have to depend on Alex and Jack to get the big ratings for promos and they always seem to deliver. Yay for me. I love Jack, he's my favourite DeColt in CGC and he's just so good. Alex on the other hand can't do it in ring anymore as he's retired. That's fine. He still puts in a good promo every show though.
  • Poison put on a fine performance in his angle which continues the Ian and Alex story. I've really like what I've been doing with it.
  • Dunn and Price put on some decent promo's, nothing spectacular but they'll get better,
  • Jenny Playmate helped to create a fun atmosphere when she pulled a classic rib on Hailey Hunter that had everyone laughing, cool. But I'd prefer if ribs weren't performed backstage.
  • RyPo contends that "Grunt can’t sell worth a damn in my opinion, he needs to learn how to work". He's really getting on my nerves.
  • A certain Dusty Ducont's contract came up and I was going to jump at the opportunity to sign him but declined for two very important reasons. For one, his SQ isn't great and although he has A menace, I still didn't think he'd be worth it and two, USPW wanted to keep him. He isn't much of a major deal that I wanted to spend big money on him
  • I've been on a bit of a roll with shows lately and I hope to continue that this weekend with a DAVE and CGC show coming out. I'll have them both up by Monday night. So yay for me.
  • Finally, I liked this show, nice grade, decent writing. Hopefully, I can keep it going.



Predictions Scores
Pteroid 5/5 (13/15) (16/20)
bonnie 5/5 (12/15) (24/28)
gtaves 0/0 (5/5) (5/5)
KnowYourEnemy 0/0 (4/5) (4/10)
christmas_ape 0/0 (4/5) (4/5)
stephenwithav 0/0 (0/0) (4/5)


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Sayeed Ali, great Canadian talent and adds some 'edge' to CGC
Yes, you're right. But I cant. Both Self and Stephenwithav both signed Ali to CGC in their games. I simply cannot copy that. Sure, he is great but I want my game to be a bit different. Feel free to suggest somebody else.

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Greg Black, just slap a goofy not-Groucho Bling gimmick on him and you're ready to go!
Believe me, Greg Black was on my list (you'll hear more about this soon) from the very beginning but there's a huge problem I see with Greg. His entertainment skills are meh to say the least. Now, I don't care about stuff like that, usually, I'd be happy to still sign him, yet I didn't want to just go straight and hire a whole bunch of guys, at least until a few weeks into the game. Plus, USPW were trying to get him and they snapped him up pretty promptly. Feel free to suggest somebody else if you want.



Show Predictions

Christian Price & Jack DeColt v Gargantuan & Thrill Seeker

Antonio Del Veccio & Joey Poison v Ian Identity & ???

Drake Young v RyPo

Project Runway v The Dirty White Boys

Alan Parent v Whippy the Clown
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Christian Price & Jack DeColt v Gargantuan & Thrill Seeker

Antonio Del Veccio & Joey Poison v Ian Identity & ???

Drake Young v RyPo

Project Runway v The Dirty White Boys

Alan Parent v Whippy the Clown
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Christian Price & Jack DeColt

Antonio Del Veccio & Joey Poison

RyPo

The Dirty White Boys

Whippy the Clown


As for someone else, then i gotta go for Hugh de Aske, love me the pirate and feel he could start with a fun fued with the supers!
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Christian Price & Jack DeColt
v Gargantuan & Thrill Seeker

Antonio Del Veccio & Joey Poison v Ian Identity & ???

Drake Young v RyPo

Project Runway v The Dirty White Boys

Alan Parent v Whippy the Clown
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CGC Title Bout Wrestling
Sunday, Week 1, February 2016.
Smallwood Field, (The Maritimes).
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Davis Ditterich and Adrian Garcia introduce us to the show as they go over the card for tonight. They swiftly move to plugging Luck of the Draw and it's unpredictability. Ditterich covers some of the events that have happened in recent years, even referencing Adrian Garcia beating Alex DeColt by count out in 2013's event. Garcia smiles proudly and boasts about it, stating most wrestlers don't have the talent to beat Alex before Davis tells us the nefarious means in which Garcia won.




Seeker goes to Alex’ office and states that he clearly deserves the title match and he has no intentions sitting out Luck of the Draw if Gargantuan is chosen, Alex states he won’t be sitting out regardless, saying if Gargantuan is picked Seeker will face Ricky, while if Seeker is chosen, Gargantuan will face Christian Price. Seeker still isn’t happy that he may not get a title shot, but is nonetheless happier knowing he’s guaranteed a match at Luck of the Draw.
Rating: 69/ C+



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Whippy is in control from the off and really Parent can't do anything. The clown kinivingly moves around the ring tricking Parent into numerous bad situations for him before a Joke's on You (Top Rope Butt Press) ends it.
Winner: Whippy the Clown
Rating: 46/ D





After the match, Whippy extends a hand to Parent, BUZZ. Parent is electrocuted and then sprayed with water from fake flower on Whippy’s chest.


DA DA DA DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, here comes the Super duo and Whippy flees
Rating: 25/ C-




Nelson and Thomas go to a go kart track, so they can race. Nelson starts off quicker flying around the track at tops speeds, spinning out on numerous occasions. Bobby Thomas on the other hand is extremely efficient in his approach, he takes the perfect angle for corners, slowing down sufficiently to take the corners perfectly. Bobby wins the race and Nelson congratulates him presenting him with a large trophy, Bobby’s emotionless face doesn’t change.
Rating: 46/ D



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This match shows the sheer contrast between the two teams as DWB brawl and PR fly around the ring. Both teams get a sizable offense in and work really well. Unfortunately, it's DWB's experience that gives them the edge and Lead Belly hits an RPM Bomb (Sit out powerbomb) for the win.
Winner: The Dirty White Boys
Rating: 55/ C-





Ian Identity goes around looking for a tag partner, he goes to Alex and ask him if he’ll be his partner tonight, Alex replies he’s retired. He then asks Jack who’s training to the side, Jack says he’s busy and he’s got his own match tonight. Ian leaves dejected
Rating: 72/ B-




Donte Dunn is backstage when Drake Young comes up to him. He asks why did the RyPo cross the road, Dunn doesn’t know and Young replies “To get…..”


when RyPo comes up and Drake stops. RyPo states Young better watch out, that these streets are dangerous. Dunn says that RyPo isn’t going to be able to attack Young, but RyPo states that Dunn can’t protect him when Young gets in the ring with him tonight.
Rating: 50/ D+



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This is an easy one for "Canada's number one Rapper" as Drake has very little to offer in reply. A Star Treatment (Draping Rolling Inverted DDT) ends it and Young is extremely dejected by his lack of fight.
Winner: RyPo
Rating: 38/ D-





Ian goes around asking numerous partners for help, he starts with the Super Duo, however, they state they have to stop the evil Whippy from his evil schemes, next is Zeus but he also declines stating he’s trying to connect to the gods to get information on Prometheus but can’t get through to them. Finally, he asks Donte Dunn but he’s promised Drake Young he’d help him train after he lost his match tonight. Ian sighs and begins to head to the ring, alone.
Rating: 46/ D




Jack arrives in Price’s dressing room, saying that tonight he’ll have his back. Price knows that he will and that it’s likewise for him. Jack says that he wants to make sure that these two pay for what they’ve done to his brother and Price says he’ll do his best. Jack states that’s what he expects and that tonight could be Price’s coming out party as one of the biggest stars in CGC, Price is seems to panic for a moment then Jack asks what's wrong, nothing replies Price, and says let’s get ready for the match
Rating: 74/ B-




Ian Identity is in the ring alone as Poison and Del Veccio stand across from him. Ian is willing to face them by himself but before the bell can ring….


Dan DaLay makes his way to the ring and stands on the apron behind Ian. The ring announcer is then told by the referee that Dan is Ian’s partner for the match. Ian is confused but accepts it, and the match starts.
Rating: 50/ D+



&v&w/

As shocked as Ian is with the arrival of Dan DaLay to his side they still work extremely well together almost as if they are intrinsically connected. Sure, Poison and Del Veccio come back in spurts and are even able to isolate Ian at one point but Ian makes a trademark comeback and hits the Identity Theft ((Arrow Suplex) for the win on the man he challenges at Luck of the Draw, Antonio Del Veccio
Winner: Ian Identity & Dan DaLay
Rating: 50/ D+





Alex is on the phone arguing with somebody but it’s difficult to make out what he’s saying. Dan DaLay comes up to him and stares at him. DaLay states he’s a disgrace, Alex acknowledges it, before stating that it isn’t his responsibility and DaLay responds that he doesn’t know that. Alex replies he knows enough and the two men stare at each other intensely before DaLay begins to walk away.
Rating: 72/ B-



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It's a very eaven match at the start with Jack being the only person able o get the upper hand in any of the exchanges. Price does well too but Gargantuan and Seeker are a decent team and corner Price, believing him to be the weaker of the two. But Price fights back and has Gargantuan on the ropes, he goes for a.... suplex. Davis notes thats an odd decision and Price indeed struggles to get gargantuan off the ground and it costs him, Chokeslam by Gargatuan and that's enough for the three.
Winner: Gargantuan & Thrill Seeker
Rating: 68/ C+





Poison is in a dark alleyway and he meets up with a person in the darkness. The person asks are you alone, and Poison nods. She gives him a large folder and states that this is everything he needs to know about Ian Identity and Alex DeColt. Poison opens it and his eyes widen in shock. The person says use the information wisely and leaves, Poison’s face soon turns from shock to a sly, evil smile.
Rating: 50/ D+



Show Rating: 67/C+
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Booking Analysis
  • Whippy needed a win and that's what I gave him. Whippy has been fun to write for in the last two weeks so he'll be featured plenty throughout this diary
  • A nice way to get both teams showcased before their matches at LOTD. That's all this was to be fair, with the challengers getting the win.
  • RyPo/Young is self explanatory I feel. RyPo has a PPV match, Young has not, he gets a needed win, Young continues to develop
  • I don't want to give away too much about the Identity/DaLay v Poison/Del Veccio match other than to show that Identity is a threat to Del Veccio's reign and that was the main idea. Well, the main idea was actually to plant more seeds and add feul to the fire.
  • Loved the main event for what it showed off, Price made a silly decision and it cost him as he was feeling the pressure from Jack's speech earlier. I thought it worked well and was exactly what I wanted to showcase. Jack taking another loss is worrying though.



Show Analysis
  • Parent had an E+, Whippy had a D+. I wasn't expecting much out of this anyway, so this was fine. I would've like Whip to show me what he can do here, but you can't do much with Parent
  • Project Runway had D+'s while DWB had C-'s. That's fine. Newton was really off his game, well we didn't see it here. A nice rating between the two tag teams here.
  • RyPo had a D-, Drake Young had an E. I could freak out at RyPO here after all the crap he's been giving me recently but RyPo & Drake Young just don’t click at all came up. That's fine, if two guys chemistry ain't great, I can't help that. Regardless, I thought the match was better than I expected. With Drake being poor in the ring and RyPo showing nothing but mediocrity so far I was expecting worse, imaging what grade they'd have gotten if they had neutral chem.
  • Del Veccio had a C-, DaLay had a C-, Joey Poison had a C and Ian had a D. Despite how this was Ian's best grade in ring, he still got the Intrepid Ian Identity was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance note. Weird. He was only two grades off, is that the level? Poison, Dan and ADV showed why they are so good. These guys were really really good and ADV continues to show why he deserves a main event program as did Poison.
  • Jack had a B, Christian a C+, Gargantuan a D+ and Seeker a C-, a high C-, which I'm fine with. Jack brought his A game this week (or B game as it seems) while the others did pretty run of the mill performances for them. Pretty happy with how this turned out, Price is great, Garg is showing he deserves to be here, Seeker is disappointing but still out working the majority of my roster, while Jack is doing Jack things. Great. In terms of in-ring work, Jack DeColt was head and shoulders above everyone else.
  • Highest TV rating so far this year. Hmm, wonder what impacted that? Was it just Jack? Maybe the partnering of Price and Jack? Who knows? Maybe my pop rose and I haven't noticed, whatever it was I wanted a higher rating here and I got one so good.
  • Ian Identity performed Poorly in his first segment, but with Alex and Jack you can be happy despite it. He didn't drag down the rating much either as it still got a B-.
  • In the second Ian tries to get a tag partner segment, Capt. Canada did not come out of this looking good and Donte Dunn came across well. I'm shocked by Cap... not. Donte was the most over guy in the promo to be fair.
  • No backstage shenanigans to report.
  • So this wasn't out before Monday but I had work so sue me. :P
  • Finally, good show, writing was good. Onto the PPV.



Predictions Scores
Pteroid 5/5 (18/20) (21/25)
bonnie 3/5 (15/20) (27/33)
christmas_ape 3/5 (7/10) (7/10)
gtaves 0/0 (5/5) (5/5)
KnowYourEnemy 0/0 (4/5) (4/10)
stephenwithav 0/0 (0/0) (4/5)


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Great idea. I'll have to check him out and see if he'd be willing to increase in size, if he's wouldn't I'd have a hard time hiring him as I on't have much use on the roster for a guy like him.



CGC Luck of the Draw Show Predictions

CGC World Title
LOTD Wheel Decides Opponent
Jack DeColt v Gargantuan or Thrill Seeker

Whoever is not chosen for the world title match will be put into their prescribed match up. (Select a winner for both matches so even if you get the opponent for the world title wrong, you can still get a point if you picked the winner right.)
LOTD Wheel Decides Match Type

Christian Price v Gargantuan or Ricky DeColt v Thrill Seeker

LOTD Wheel Decides opponents
Energy Specialists v Death Row or Post Apocalyptic Soldiers or ???

CGC World Tag Team Titles
LOTD Wheel Decides Match Type

The Predators v The Dirty White Boys

LOTD Wheel Decides Match Type
Donte Dunn v RyPo

LOTD Wheel Decides Match Type
Prometheus v Zeus Maximillion

LOTD Wheel Decides Match Type
Project Runway v The Nation of Filth

CGC Canadian Title
LOTD Wheel Decides Match Type

Antonio Del Veccio v Ian Identity

LOTD Wheel Decides Opponents
The Super Duo v Montreal Mafia or The New Soldiers of Fortune
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