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Well that was a bit more like it. A very good make-good for the PPV. Let's just hope we don't have to do any more make-goods on PPV main events any time soon, eh?
  • Incidents of note
We went easy on Big Smack for bringing his buddies backstage as you asked. He didn't really seem to react much either way. He knows the rules, whether he cares or not is another issue, but this particular incident really isn't that big of a deal.

  • The Positives
Jack's promo got us off to a hot start and set the tone nicely for the night.

Parker seems to be settling into his gimmick more now. He's a talented kid, one for the future.

Both Pain Alliance guys did well in their promo, Laramee in particular. They sure know how to talk a good fight.


  • The Negatives
Frederique hurt his bicep near the finish of the Bumfholes and Blondes match. The early diagnosis from the medical team is that he's going to miss a month of action. He should be able to show up and contribute as it's an arm injury, but he's not going to be able to work. So we're going to have to adjust our plans for the PPV a little.

Bekowski had a bit of an off-night in the opener.

It's a minor criticism after how the PPV went down but Jack and Remo lacked a little psychology at times. I guess it sold how bad they wanted to go at it, but it made for an imperfect end product.


  • Talent Concerns
"Bear Bekowski doesn't connect with the fans, you should probably write the kid off"- Eric Eisen. I guess Eric agreed about Bear's performance tonight.

Huntingdon signed his new contract before the show. 3 years, $14,750 per month seems like decent value if you ask me.

I don't know what that 'Smooth C' guy's problem was, but he's gone. He upped and quit before Rivalry and left Remmington Remus to call the show all on his own. What an a-hole. He won't be working for us again any time soon, let me tell you that much. Oh and Ekuma and Emmy were both inquiring at the show about their call-ups. Just a heads up.
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I am really digging your shows! Your write ups are perfect, they are detailed enough but not overly dragging on, IMHO. I am enjoying the story lines and characters you are making and look forward to following this in the future.
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I am really digging your shows! Your write ups are perfect, they are detailed enough but not overly dragging on, IMHO. I am enjoying the story lines and characters you are making and look forward to following this in the future.
Thanks, I'm still working out how I want things to look, but I'm glad the length of the shows is working for you.
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I forgot to add that I really like the post-show reports and emails. It just adds something different to the thread and gives a glimpse into the backstage issues and such. Keep up the good work!
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SWF SUPREME TV - FEB WEEK 4
(Mid South; 13,000 in attendance)
10.54 Rating - 7,905,220 Viewers

We opened up the show with two big matches on tap for tonight. Rogue will face Joey Morgan in a non-title grudge match and in the main event, Jack Bruce and Valiant team up to face the two men Valiant will meet in the number one contenders match at Awesome Impact, The Crippler and Brandon James. (B-)

And speaking of Jack Bruce, he made his way to the ring to kick things off, to a raucous reception from the crowd. Hyping the main event to the audience, Jack discussed what went down last week, with The Crippler again costing him a match against Remo and Valiant coming to his aid. Jack suggested that if "crabby Chris" was going to keep sticking his nose in his business, the best course of action might be to stick him in a pot for a nice warm bath. And tonight, with The Crippler face to face with him and Valiant watching his back, he might do just that. Jack called himself and Valiant "the Supreme dream team" and got in some jabs at Brandon James's expense as well, but it was clear his main focus was The Crippler, who Jack claimed would want no part of him when they were done tonight. (B)

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The Pain Alliance vs. Marshall Dillon and Oliver Kobb
This proved to be a display for The Pain Alliance, that they were still in the Tag Team Title hunt and could still be as mean and as physical as ever. Kobb faced the brunt of their wrath and basically stood no chance. Dillon proved a little more formidable, but not enough to trouble the former champions, who wisely focused on Kobb when they could and put him away after a Switchblade Powerslam from Laramee.

Winners: The Pain Alliance, via pinfall, in 4:50
(C+)
Backstage, Ana Garcia was standing by with Sammy Smoke, looking to get his thoughts on a match between himself and Mikey Lau signed for next week. Smoke said he'd heard the hype surrounding Lau, but there was one man in the SWF who had future star written all over him and that was him. He had the look, the size, the personality and the talent, where-as Lau just wasn't on his level in any of those categories. Smoke predicted Lau would end up flat on his back next week just like he did at Nothing To Lose and people would be talking about him, not Lau, being the future star. The mention of Nothing To Lose seemed to attract Hollywood Bret Starr to the conversation, butting in and getting in Smoke's business. Prodding a finger in his chest, Starr warned Smoke that interrupting his matches wasn't a smart move and if he intruded on his spotlight again he wouldn't have much of a future. Smoke didn't seem concerned in the slightest though and kept a big smirk on his face as Starr walked off. (C)


Back from commercial, we were with the Pearce/Gilmores, with Angry Gilmore getting ready for his upcoming match. Kristen seemed very happy, minutes from her managerial debut, but Jessie was a little more concerned and wanted to go over the ground rules with Kristen again. Kristen heard her sister out on not getting involved and not doing anything to distract from the match, for a bit, before telling her to relax and that she got the point. Kristen, perhaps trying to change the subject, insisted that 'Tom' had got this tonight and with two Pearces in his ear instead of one, he couldn't lose. An amused Gilmore thanked Kristen for the confidence, with Kristen telling Jessie "see, a little motivation, I know what I'm doing". (C)


Waiting in the ring were Justin Sensitive and Bear Bekowski, ready for tag team action. Sensitive had a microphone though and something to say. Tonight Sensitive claimed he was going to deal with that "brute", American Machine for what he did last week, but first he had an issue. Addressing his tag team partner for the evening, Sensitive claimed that all that mountain air clearly wasn't as good for the skin as it was for the soul, because Bekowski's was cracked and dry. But luckily, SWF management had paired them together and that with his guidance, plus a course of his Sensitivity treatment, he could sort that skin out in no time. Infact, if tonight went well, maybe he should consider shaving that beard, swapping that loincloth for something more hygenic and becoming Skin-Care Bekowski. Having spent the entirety of his tag team partner's speech glaring a hole through him, when Bekowski is offered a tube of skin cream, his eyes narrowed, before he levelled Sensitive with a big clothesline that almost knocked him out of his lab coat. The crowd seemed pleased with this development, but Bekowski wasn't done, hauling Sensitive up and pressing the shocked skincare fanatic over his head, before dropping him face first. Sensitive scrambled to his feet, not sure whether to be more concerned with his face or his aching ribs, as he staggered into the clutches of Bekowski for the Bear Trap. Sensitive is eventually let go and left laid out in the centre of the ring, Bekowski exiting up the aisle as Duane calmly remarks that "well, I guess we're not going to have that match". (C-)

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Angry Gilmore w/Jessie and Kristen Pearce vs. Huey Cannonball w/Jefferson Stardust
Duane rightly called this a most intriguing contest, two competitors in fine form, with Huey unproven in singles competition but with a tremendous amount of talent. And so it would prove as Huey made the step up pretty admirably, but ultimately in vein. It was also intriguing for what was going on outside of the ring, with Kristen proving a slightly more vocal manager than Jessie has been, not to mention Jefferson and his own theatrics on the floor. Huey was able to overcome a strong start by Gilmore and control the middle portion of the match, Jefferson posing and preening along as much as he would were he actually in the match. Gilmore's resilience led him to victory though, the number one contender finishing the match as strongly as he began and picking up the win over one half of the Tag Champions with Anger Management.

Winner: Angry Gilmore, via pinfall, in 10:02
(B)
Backstage, The Fabulous Three were in sour moods, but for once it wasn't due to Jungle Lord. With a big pout on his face and more importantly a baby pink sling on his right arm, Frederique nodded along with Prudence as Joe Sexy complained about what those "lousy Bumfholes" did to them last week. Not only did they steal a victory, they injured Frederique in the process and that wouldn't stand. Frederique claimed that if his arm was 100% he'd take both Bumfholes on himself, but Sexy advised him to sit back, relax and watch what he did to Randy tonight, with Frederique seeming touched that his newfound friend was looking out for him. (C+)


Eric Eisen stood in the ring with microphone in hand for another one of his Open Invitationals and, with it, another speech about how great his open challenge was. He also took time to reference the great job his new bodyguard had been doing, ensuring that he was able to stay in tip top condition and continue to prove how great he was, as well as how magnanimous he was for giving people an opportunity to face him in the first place. (C)

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Eric Eisen Open Invitational Match
Eric Eisen w/Everest vs. Shady K

It was certainly a surprise to see a returning Shady K step up to Eisen's challenge, including to Eisen himself. Duane pointed out that Shady was a former World Tag Team Champion and thus presented a genuine threat to shutting Eric's mouth. That didn't exactly prove to be the case, but Shady would rough Eric up a fair amount before the match turned against him. Like in recent weeks, Everest would prove the key as Shady would be thrown to the outside by Eric and squashed up against the ring post by the big bodyguard. And thrown back in, Shady was easy pickings for Eisen, who hit The Supremacy for the win.

Winner: Eric Eisen, via pinfall, in 4:52
(B-)

Eric would certainly celebrate his win in more impessive fashion than perhaps it deserved, with Duane criticising Eric for relying on Everest again and Emma pointing out why pay for a bodyguard if you're not going to use him. (B-)
Jack Bruce was seen heading for the locker room area, where Valiant is getting ready for the main event. The two exchanged a warm greeting and Jack thanked Valiant for having his back again last week, saying tonight would be the perfect way to repay him, by dealing with both of his opponents at Awesome Impact. Valiant pointed out that Jack had helped him out a few weeks ago too, so he was just paying it forward. Valiant also said he meant what he said two weeks ago about there not being a better partner than Jack before Jack decided they maybe should ease up on the mutual appreciation society a little bit and get focused for tonight. Last time they got the job done and this time would be no different, just a bit more personal. Valiant agreed and the two bumped fists before Jack left and Valiant continued getting ready. (B-)

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Joe Sexy w/James Prudence vs. Randy Bumfhole w/Zimmy Bumfhole
Sexy would begin the match in the same sour mood as he had been in earlier tonight, loudly blaming Randy for hurting Frederique last week. Randy would put a stop to that with a slap and the fight was on. Sexy would quickly attempt to slow the pace down to one that better suited his style and it worked well, keeping Randy under wraps for most of the match. Randy would mount a comeback later on and Sexy seemed like he might be reeling. But after catching Randy coming off the top into a powerslam, Sexy put the finishing touches to Randy with the One Night Stand to earn a measure of retribution for Frederique.

Winner: Joe Sexy, via pinfall, in 8:06
(C+)

Despite the win, it was clear that Sexy hadn't quite inflicted enough revenge though and both he and Prudence would attack the Bumfholes as Zimmy was checking on Randy after the bout. The Bumfholes were swiftly being beaten down, until a roar went up from the crowd and Jungle Lord hit the ring, swinging wildly at both Sexy and Prudence. Sexy managed to escape after a few shots, leaving Prudence to eat a few more wild right hands before being clotheslined over the ropes to the outside. The two members of the Fabulous Three would quickly retreat, as Jungle Lord checked the Bumfholes were okay. (C)
Ana Garcia interviewed Remo backstage, looking to get the World Champion's thoughts on Angry Gilmore's performance earlier on. Remo didn't seem overly impressed, saying Gilmore might have won tonight but that doesn't prove anything. Beating anyone else on the roster is a minor victory, but beating him is a different story. Nobody on the roster could stand up to him, that's why he's the World Champion. Ana asked if Remo might be taking Gilmore a little lightly and Remo insisted he was treating Gilmore just like everybody else, another name on his hit list. (B-)


A recap is shown from three weeks ago, with Rogue intentionally getting himself disqualified with a steel chair attack on Joey Morgan and Angry Gilmore making the save, leading us into our next match. (B-)

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Joey Morgan vs. Rogue
With all that had been going on recently surrounding the North American Title, Morgan had made it clear the past couple of weeks, he had a score to settle with Rogue. And he came out of the traps fast in this one, eager to get his hands on the Brit. Rogue had to withstand that early flurry from Morgan and wisely rolled out of the ring more than once, breaking the momentum and giving himself chance to recover. That eventually lead to Morgan giving chase and falling right into Rogue's trap, Rogue diverting the referee into the way and sending a distracted Morgan throat first into the ropes. Rogue would control things from there, repeatedly resorting to chokes in his efforts to wear Morgan down. The cheap tactics kept the North American Champion from mounting a fightback for much of the match, but as Morgan's frustration grew the adrenaline began to surge and all of a sudden Rogue found his blows having no effect. Morgan took that frustration out on Rogue, leaving the Brit to try and beg off again. This time it didn't work and Rogue had to fight fair to stay in the match. But Rogue is more than capable of that when he wants to be and there was a twist in the tale for the North American Champion. Setting up for a slam of some kind, Morgan lost his balance and lost Rogue over the top rope, with Rogue resourcefully hanging Morgan's neck across the rope. And with the throat compromised again, Morgan was hit with Crashing On to give Rogue a big, albeit non title, victory.

Winner: Rogue, via pinfall, in 14:14
(B)

Looking slightly relieved to have gotten the win, Rogue mood soon improved once the result sunk in, milking the victory in front of the fans down the aisleway as they heckled him on the way to the back. (C+)
We checked in with the announcers before the main event, with Duane announcing another big tag team match signed for next week, with Awesome Impact implications. Remo and Paul Huntingdon would team up to take on their Awesome Impact opponents, Angry Gilmore and Joey Morgan. (B-)

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Jack Bruce and Valiant w/Hannah vs. The Crippler and Brandon James w/Krissy Angelle
It was a big match feel for the main event, two of the hottest issues in the company coming together in the same match. It also featured the three prospective number one contenders to the SWF World Title, which could have meant tension between James and The Crippler. In what might be a precursor to the triple threat match at Awesome Impact though, they would work together here without too much of an issue. It certainly seemed like they were on the same page when they targetted Bruce's neck to gain control of proceedings and isolate him from Valiant for a decent chunk of the match. With Valiant and the crowd willing him on Bruce wasn't going to be kept down for long and Valiant would make a big comeback for his team. But James and The Crippler would rally and a cheapshot from the outside by Crippler would cut Valiant off, much to Bruce's frustration. It was Jack's turn to watch his partner be worked over, but Valiant showed his own heart and resiliency and with Bruce getting the crowd fired up, a tag was finally made to bring a rejuvenated Bruce back in. This time it seemed James and The Crippler wouldn't be able to regain control, Bruce running through them both with real vigour. But when James and Crippler continued to resort to fighting two on one and Valiant came back in to even the odds, it would be the referee who struggled to gain control, eventually left with no choice but to call for the bell after being thrown down trying to seperate Valiant and Crippler.

Official Decision: Double disqualification, in 17:42
(B+)
The fight would continue after the bell with no sign of abating. James would be thrown outside by Bruce, who went right for Crippler making it clear who he was interested in getting his hands on. As Bruce and Crippler fought though, James would slide back in and catch Valiant unawares with the Big Money Move. Bruce, caught up in his fight with The Crippler, wouldn't notice this. A hard punch from Bruce would send Crippler into the path of a big clothesline from James though and as Bruce turned back around in pursuit of his rival, he would be bowled over with a Big Money Move as well. Boos rung around the arena, as Brandon James was the only man left standing in the ring and he raised his arms triumphantly, with Krissy clapping away on the outside and Emma confidently predicting that we were looking at the next number one contender to the World Title. (B)

OVERALL- B (Show increased pop in 10 regions)
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  • Incidents of note
Wrestler's Court: Word got around the locker room that Valiant was stalling on paying up on his rental car fees and sure enough, once it got to the Enforcer he called a meeting. Valiant will now be paying the rental company full cost, which he was content to do. I imagine he'll be quicker to pay up next time.

  • The Positives
Jefferson did an awesome job working as Huey's manager tonight.

Eric improvised well again tonight. It's probably a good thing he won't let anybody script him if this is what he's going to produce.

Smoke is really finding himself more and more as a Cocky heel. That was a good change.


  • The Negatives
Both Big Smack and Kobb had off nights in their tag team match. Maybe Kobb was worried Big Smack was going to hurt him. Intentionally or otherwise. Or maybe neither of them are that reliable between the ropes to begin with.

  • Talent Concerns
Sexy passed on his opinion that Huey should be getting more mic-time again, he clearly rates him quite highly.

Shane Stones signed a new 5 year deal last week.

Pretty quiet on the Rhode Island end this week, just Lassana Makutsi requesting to brought up to the main roster. I'm sure certain other guys and girls are just biting their lip for a week.
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MONTHLY ROUND UP - FEBRUARY 2016


National Battle Finish: 1st
Monthly Finance: $1,068,435 profit

Big Show Of The Month: Nothing To Lose 2016, C+
Main Event: Remo defeated Jack Bruce to retain the SWF World Heavyweight Title, C+
Match Of The Month: Jack Bruce and Valiant versus The Crippler and Brandon James, SWF Supreme TV, B+
Title Changes: N/A

Hirings: Maryam Vega (Developmental), Paul Huntingdon (Contract Extension), Shane Stones (Contract Extension), Charger Siaki (Developmental Contract Extension)
Releases: N/A
News and Notes: Upgrade to Majestic production values, hostile relationship with IPW


Big Show Of The Month: Red, White and Blue, B
Main Event: Steve Frehley defeated Nicky Champion to retain the USPW World Title, B+
Match Of The Month: Steve Frehley defeated Nicky Champion to retain the USPW World Title, Red, White and Blue, B+
Title Changes: N/A

Hirings: N/A
Releases: N/A
News and Notes: Upgrade to Majestic production values


Big Show Of The Month: The War To Settle The Score, B
Main Event: Aaron Andrews defeated Rocky Golden to retain the TCW World Heavyweight Title, B+
Match Of The Month: Bryan Vessey versus Sammy Bach, TCW The War To Settle The Score, A
Title Changes: TCW International- Human Arsenal defeated Marc Speed, Feb W4

Hirings: Brent Hill (Contract Extension)
Releases: N/A
News and Notes: Deal signed with Pay-Per-View Services to show events
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SWF SUPREME TV - MAR WEEK 1
(Mid West; 13,000 in attendance)
9.98 Rating - 7,488,020 Viewers

SWF Supreme TV was live from the Mid West of America and on tap for tonight, tag team action, as The Amazing Bumfholes would take on The Pain Alliance in a rematch of their inconclusive number one contenders match back in January, with both teams looking to get back into the title picture. (C)


The show began though with Jack Bruce making his way out. After warming up the crowd and welcoming everyone to the show, Jack pointed out that last week he got a little piece of "crabby Chris", but a little piece wasn't enough for him. Jack said the word was The Crippler wasn't in the building tonight and that was good news for him. But he warned Crippler that he wasn't through with him yet.

Before Jack could elaborate any further though, the music of The Awesomeness would interrupt him and the World Tag Team Champions would make their way to the ring. On the way down, Huey claimed that everybody was sick of Jack opening shows and singing the same old woe is me tune (which clearly wasn't the case) before suggesting that the crowd wanted excitement and that's what The Awesomeness was all about. Jack would hear out Huey as he suggested Bruce should step aside and give the stars of today the floor, before 'thanking' them for coming out but pointing out the support act is supposed to come on before the star, not afterwards. The Awesomeness flipped out at being called a support act, pitching a bit of a fit off mic, while Jack agreed that the crowd did want excitement. And since The Awesomeness were all about providing that, Jack proposed one of them face him in a match later tonight. The Tag Champions ended up in a quick huddle, with Jefferson emerging as the one who'd accept the challenge, in a rather roundabout way. Jack mocked Jefferson's weird way with words, accusing him of having verbal diarrhoea, but agreed to the match and said he'd see them later on. (B-)

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Hollywood Bret Starr and John Greed vs. Jimmy Hernandez and Brett Biggins
These four had begun the year jockeying for position, with mixed success. Most of that success was Starr's, but it seemed he had a particular chip on his shoulder, looking more determined than usual in this match. Biggins came under most of the pressure here and seemed to still be suffering the effects of The Supremacy from Eric Eisen judging by his performance. Hernandez offered one flurry of offence when he got the tag, but it didn't last and Biggins found himself on the receiving end of a Hollywood Hammer to give Starr and Greed the victory.

Winners: Starr and Greed, via pinfall, in 6:59
(C+)
Eric Eisen came out to the ring for another speech about his Open Invitational. Clearly Eisen was feeling confident with so many victories under his belt as he went so far as to suggest he was surprising even himself, just how successfully he was faring. Not that he expected anybody to beat him, but recently it felt like he was only having to put in half the effort. Duane had a very obvious explanation for this, but Emma hushed him up because Eric was still talking. Eric suggested that his dominance was only making the Open Invitational more prestigious and said he was looking forward to seeing who dared to test him next, at which point he was interrupted, by American Machine and BJ O'Neill. Suddenly Eric didn't look quite so confident, as BJ informed him that her man dared to accept his challenge, if Eric dared to put his money where his mouth was. Eric was quick to clarify that he didn't say there'd be a match tonight, to the crowd's irritation. Instead Eric had a counter offer. He'd give American Machine the match, but it'd be at Awesome Impact. BJ agreed, but Eric had more to his idea, saying that Machine had to face Everest next week first to ensure he was up to the challenge. Duane questioned what kind of open invitational this was, but BJ replied that Machine had no problem with that and Eric would see that he was more than up to the challenge next week. (C)


Back at the interview set-up Ana Garcia was with Paul Huntingdon, looking to get his thoughts on his tag team match later tonight. Huntingdon claimed he was looking forward to teaming with Remo because it was nice to pair up with someone on his level. Ana gave him a funny look, but Huntingdon pressed on with his main issue, Joey Morgan. Huntingdon said that now Morgan had decided not to duck him anymore, the North American Title was slipping from his grasp and tonight would be the first step to him regaining his title, with Morgan not being able to hide behind Gilmore since Remo would take care of that for him. (C+)

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Brandon James w/Krissy Angelle vs. Steven Parker
Although Valiant and The Crippler weren't in the building, the other man in the number one contendership triple threat at Awesome Impact was. And after his show of dominance last week, Big Money was looking to send another message of intent tonight. Parker really didn't stand a chance here, finding himself flung around the ring with ease by an impressive James, until he chose to put Parker away with the Big Money Move.

Winner: Brandon James, via pinfall, in 5:03
(B-)
A video aired hyping the World Title match between Remo and Angry Gilmore at Awesome Impact, focusing on the credentials of champion and challenger. (B)

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Mikey Lau vs. Sammy Smoke
This match stemmed from Nothing To Lose, when Smoke cost Lau a match against Hollywood Bret Starr for seemingly no good reason. Smoke had given his rationale last week and now he had to try and back up his claims that he was the future star of the SWF, not Lau. To his credit, this was a pretty evenly fought match. Lau found success with his kicks early, so Smoke focused on grounding him and wearing him down. Emma seemed impressed with Smoke's strategy and seemed confident he wasn't all talk. Lau would find a way back into the match and snapped off some more of his patented kicks, until Smoke avoided him coming off the second rope and upended Lau with a chopblock. As Smoke called for the end though and the referee checked on Lau, Hollywood Bret Starr would make an appearance at ringside and grab Smoke's foot. A shouting match ensued between the two, during which time Lau had hobbled back to his feet and rolled up Smoke, picking up the victory much to Smoke's shock.

Winner: Mikey Lau, via pinfall, in 8:28
(C+)
After commercial, Rogue would make his way to the ring. And after last week he was looking rather smug. He took great joy in pointing out that on last week's show he beat the North American Champion Joey Morgan, fairly and squarely and that Morgan had nothing to whine or cry over about it. Rogue said that wasn't why he was out there though, what he wanted to talk about was the World Title match at Awesome Impact. Rogue claimed he'd be watching very closely to see if Remo retained the title, or if Angry Gilmore somehow lucked out and fluked a win, because even though he wasn't in the match he still had his sights firmly set on the gold. And whoever was the champion would find out why you never bet against a Rogue. (B)

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Squeeky McClean vs. Robbie Retro
These two have been fixtures in the SWF for some time and as such, have plenty of first hand knowledge of each other, including a victory for Squeeky last month. Familiarity clearly hadn't made Squeeky a fan of Retro's dancing, repeatedly getting annoyed by Retro's early antics. But Squeeky proved to be the more resourceful of the two veterans in a competitive contest as he pulled out a victory with one of the oldest tricks in the book, a trip in the corner and a pin with both feet on the ropes out of sight of the referee.

Winner: Squeeky McClean, via pinfall, in 7:28
(B-)
A recap from last week aired, with the scheduled tag team match involving American Machine and Justin Sensitive not taking place, thanks to Sensitive trying to advise Bekowski about skincare and Bekowski proceeding to batter Sensitive as a result. Exclusive footage was then shown from immediately after the incident, with Sensitive in front of a mirror in the make-up department checking that his face was still okay. Sensitive grumbled about nobody taking his advice, favouring his ribs momentarily from the Bear Trap, but focusing again on his face straight away. (C)

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The Amazing Bumfholes vs. The Pain Alliance
Though a title shot wasn't officially on the line this time around, both teams surely knew the importance of a win in this rematch from just over a month ago. The Pain Alliance had, typically, been doing a lot of talking lately about their status in the company and looked to back that talk up, dominating the Bumfholes physically in this one. The Bumfholes had to resort to speed and quickness just to stay competitive for much of the match but came on strong towards the end after a missed splash from Big Smack. Once The Bumfholes got going, The Pain Alliance were struggling to keep up and that early dominance seemed to be all for nought. A timely clothesline in mid-air almost got Scott the win over Randy anyway, but the finish would come thanks to a blind tag to Zimmy, setting Scott up for three quick shots in a row from The Bumfholes and a Bumfhole In One from Zimmy to close the match out.

Winner: The Amazing Bumfholes, via pinfall, in 9:55
(B)

The importance of the win wasn't lost on The Bumfholes, celebrating in the ring at having proven themselves, albeit unoffically, as the top contenders to the Tag Titles. (C)
Not impressed by this however were The Fabulous Three, huddled around a monitor backstage and watching The Bumfholes's celebration with bitter faces. Frederique complained the loudest of the three, his arm still in a sling. The trio soon had company though and clearly they weren't the only ones upset with the outcome. The World Tag Team Champions commiserated with Frederique and agreed that The Bumfholes were a nuisance, but one that they could help with. Huey said the two of them would be happy to help deal with their mutual problem and like the saying goes, many hands make light work. And, in the spirit of co-operation, perhaps The Fabulous Three would like to offer them a helping hand tonight as well. Sexy could clearly see where this was going and smiled, pointing out that they just so happened to have four good hands left and an agreement seemed to be made. (C+)

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Remo and Paul Huntingdon vs. Angry Gilmore and Joey Morgan
The two singles title matches at Awesome Impact were paired together for this preview match and while that seemed to suit all parties, it soon became clear that these four are singles competitors. Gilmore and Morgan would appear to be quite like-minded individuals, but both had their own individual focuses and this really felt like two singles issues going on at once. The only person who seemed comfortable with this being a tag match was Huntingdon and that was largely because he knew he could tag in Remo when the going got tough for him with Morgan. At least for a while. Remo was initially engaged and squared off with Gilmore to test his future challenger out. But as the match wore on it seemed Remo had had enough of his partner's struggles. And all of a sudden, calm as can be, the World Champion hopped off the apron, collected his belt and left. Huntingdon didn't stand a chance after that and after watching Remo go with dismay, would soon be polished off by Anger Management by Gilmore, who seemed a little put out that his Awesome Impact opponent had left so soon.

Winners: Gilmore and Morgan, via pinfall, in 6:36
(B-)
As soon as the match was done the cameras cut backstage to where Remo was heading, a stoic expression on his face as he headed through the curtain and towards the locker rooms. Jerry Eisen was stood nearby and having seen what happened, stopped the World Champion, questioning why he'd walked out on the match. Remo's answer was simple and succinct, telling Jerry that he'd deal with Gilmore on his time, before brushing past him and walking off further into the building. (B-)

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Jack Bruce vs. Jefferson Stardust w/Huey Cannonball
This was a big spotlight for the Tag Team Champions and Emma seemed pretty confident that Jefferson was ready to rise to the occasion and show what he was capable of. And she proved to be right as this was an exciting main event. It was clear that Jefferson was the one stepping up to Bruce's level and not vice versa, the former six time World Champion dictating the pace of the match as you'd expect. But Jefferson would show flashes of greatness throughout the match, repeatedly surprising Bruce with an out of nowhere move or a innovative counter to keep the match even. Huey largely stayed out of the way and it was resourcefulness that eventually gave Jefferson a more decisive upper hand, ramming Jack back into the post during a fight on the floor and seemingly reaggravating Jack's hurt neck in the process. Jefferson would spend the next few minutes working the neck over, before Jack's big match experience would truly tell. Bruce fought through the pain and fought back into the match, as he has so many times before. Suddenly Jefferson's punches weren't landing and his counters weren't coming nearly as frequently or as effectively. Jefferson would make one last impact with a STO backbreaker and earn a near fall. But a springboard off the top would miss the mark and Jack would get rolling again, before ending the match with the New York Minute.

Winner: Jack Bruce, via pinfall, in 13:40
(B)
Jack didn't have time to celebrate as Huey finally left his spot at ringside and tried to attack from behind, but Jack was clearly still pumped from the match and managed to fight back straight away. Jack didn't reckon on another sneak attack though as, as was teased earlier, Joe Sexy and James Prudence would hurry out and make it three on one. Boos rang out as Jefferson wearily added his boots to the beatdown and Jack was overwhelmed by the numbers game. But help was at hand, first from The Amazing Bumfholes, who hit the ring and tried to fight their four rivals off. It was still four on two though and the Bumfholes might have been in trouble, if it wasn't for Jungle Lord sprinting to the ring and running wild on everyone who got near him moments later. Jungle Lord sent Prudence and Jefferson flying with clotheslines, allowing The Bumfholes to fight back on Huey and Sexy. A double dropkick then sent Sexy outside, while a recovered Bruce pitched Huey over the top to the floor and the four fan favourites stood tall closing out the show. (C+)

OVERALL- B (Increased pop in 3 regions, lost pop in 11 regions)
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Wrestler's Court: The boys were getting sick of Joey Morgan walking around talking himself up to anyone who'd listen, so he got brought up before the Wrestler's Court. Enforcer Roberts decided Morgan would have to keep quiet for the rest of the night and buy drinks for everyone after the show. Hopefully the message got across, the Enforcer seemed to think Morgan was a little embarrassed by the whole situation and will keep the ego in check going forward.

  • The Positives
The pairing of Brandon and Parker worked great, Parker bumped around for the big guy well as he was asked to. If and when Parker gets a little momentum going, this might be one to revisit.

Everest is doing a better job at looking like a convincing bodyguard. BJ also kept up well with Eric during the segment and coped well with Eric's aversion to scripts.

Bruce looked good during the closing segment of the show. Fair to say he's a little more used to that position on the show than the other seven guys involved.


  • The Negatives
Biggins was really off in the tag match. It really stood out, in a bad way.

  • Talent Concerns
Parker got wind that Persephone's USPW deal isn't being renewed and we were thinking of offering her a spot. I don't know what the deal is exactly, I don't like to pry, but they must have had a not very amicable break-up because he requested we don't bring her in. It's your call but I figure we could do without the drama. And at this point, Parker's probably more valuable to us than Persephone would be.

Cattley let us know that Masked Patriot, Primus and Spade were asking about their call-ups again this week.
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Another good show. I'm surprised you are losing pop, but I guess if you don't spam certain workers (which is unrealistic IMHO) then it's harder to gain pop. I really like what you are doing with Eric and I am looking forward to seeing it continue.
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Another good show. I'm surprised you are losing pop, but I guess if you don't spam certain workers (which is unrealistic IMHO) then it's harder to gain pop. I really like what you are doing with Eric and I am looking forward to seeing it continue.
Hopefully the pop loses shouldn't be too big of a deal. With the shows around the B range, I'm at least there or thereabouts compared to my US popularity.

I think it's a decent role for Eric (if I do say so myself), it keeps him strong but out of the main event. He seems to be getting good notes on a lot of his promos, so that's certainly a positive.
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(DARK MATCH: Sammy Smoke and Monty Trescarde defeated Brendan Idol and Robbie Wright in 5:36 when Sammy Smoke defeated Brendan Idol by pinfall with an Ace In The Hole. (D+))



SWF SUPREME TV - MAR WEEK 2
(North West; 13,000 in attendance)
10.60 Rating - 7,951,920 Viewers

Duane and Emma welcomed us to the final Supreme TV on the road to Awesome Impact and promised an exciting night ahead as always. The announcers touched on what happened at the end of last week's show and announced a match signed for Awesome Impact as a result, as Jack Bruce, Jungle Lord and The Amazing Bumfholes would team up to face The Awesomeness, Joe Sexy and James Prudence. And tonight, ahead of that eight man tag in two nights, it'd be The Amazing Bumfholes up against Sexy and Prudence and in the main event, Jack Bruce and Jungle Lord taking on the Tag Team Champions The Awesomeness. (C+)


With the announcements out of the way, Emma and Duane would be joined by a third voice, as Eric Eisen made his way over to the announce table ahead of the opening contest of the show. Duane didn't seem particularly thrilled to welcome Eric, who shook hands with Emma and promised some "expert analysis". (B-)

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American Machine w/BJ O'Neill vs. Everest
Eric's promise didn't last for long, as he spent most of this match exasperated at what he was watching. Clearly Eric's idea was for his heavy, in more ways than one, to soften American Machine up and make his night easier at Awesome Impact. Instead, what he saw was American Machine withstand Everest's best efforts, make a comeback and hit something approaching an Old Glory, as best he could with someone of Everest's size. It was enough to keep Everest down and earn Machine the win anyway, leaving Eric lost for words at the announce desk.

Winner: American Machine, via pinfall, in 4:41
(D+)
After being absent from last week's show, The Crippler made his way to the ring to the derision of the crowd. Hidden under his black hoodie The Crippler would wait for quiet for a while, but it was clear it wasn't coming and if anything his waiting made the crowd even more annoyed. Eventually he pressed on, with three focuses of his attention to cover. First, the two men he'd be facing at Awesome Impact, Valiant and Brandon James and secondly, Jack Bruce. Crippler claimed he had a long memory, he hadn't forgotten the cheapshot James had given him two weeks ago, Valiant sticking his nose into his business and certainly not about Bruce and his injured neck. Crippler claimed he would put James and Valiant out of commission at Awesome Impact and take a step towards the World Title he'd been denied for so long, but as he began to address Bruce again, he'd be interrupted.

Valiant had clearly heard enough. He told Crippler that he was getting way ahead of himself. Before he even started thinking about Jack Bruce, he had enough trouble on his hands on Thursday night with him. Valiant pointed out that he'd been around a long time too and the World Title meant just as much to him as it did The Crippler and this Thursday, he intended to earn his shot and prove that he belonged. The Crippler didn't look impressed and once Valiant's "rah rah speech" was over, he asked Valiant how much longer he intended on being Jack Bruce's sidekick for. Crippler warned him it wouldn't be long, because Bruce had plenty of enemies and by standing by his side, he might run the risk of getting in their way as well. Valiant pointed out that he was nobody's sidekick, but saw through the very thinly-veiled threat and made The Crippler an offer. If he wanted to do something about it, he could quit talking and face him tonight. The Crippler would end up accepting the offer, explaining that taking care of Valiant tonight would mean one less obstacle in his way at Awesome Impact and Valiant seemed pleased at the prospect of the fight. Even more pleased would be Brandon James however, who was watching all of this with Krissy Angelle on a backstage monitor and liked what he'd heard. (B)

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The Amazing Bumfholes vs. Joe Sexy and James Prudence
The Fabulous Three's problems with The Bumfholes began with a tag team match involving The Platinum Blondes and resulted in a defeat and an injury to Frederique. So perhaps it was a surprise to see the makeshift team of Sexy and Prudence fare so well as they picked off Randy and controlled the match without missing a beat. The Bumfholes are made of stern stuff and Zimmy was ready and waiting for the tag once Sexy and Prudence made their first mistake, Randy avoiding a double team and running one into the other to clear the path to his corner. Zimmy ran wild and soon The Bumfholes were on top, showing why they're one of the top teams in wrestling with their seamless double team work. But when Zimmy took out Prudence with a plancha, leaving Randy as the legal man, one half of the top team in wrestling would play the key part in the match. With Randy on the top rope, Huey Cannonball would run out and clock him in the back with a Tag Title belt, causing Randy to tumble to the mat. Huey hid himself under the ring skirt to avoid detection, as Sexy shook off the cobwebs and put Randy away, hitting the One Night Stand for the one, two, three.

Winners: Sexy and Prudence, via pinfall, in 9:03
(B-)
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Bear Bekowski vs. Steven Parker
Parker promises to have a bright future in the SWF, but he came up against the wrong opponent to showcase that against here. Bekowski's recent mean streak has made him even more dangerous and he always looked likeliest to pick up the win here despite Parker's best efforts, eventually finishing Parker off after a high impact crossbody block.

Winner: Bear Bekowski, via pinfall, in 5:08
(E)
After the match though, someone a bit more Bekowski's size would show up, as the big cowboy Marshall Dillon would make his way out to the ring. Bekowski looked equal parts surprised and furious that Dillon would dare to interrupt him, but Dillon did more than that, getting right in Bear's path. No words or fists were exchanged but from the tense staredown between the two it was clear that Dillon wanted to test himself against the big Bear soon. (C-)


Backstage, Ana Garcia was standing by with Hollywood Bret Starr, wanting to get his thoughts on his actions last week, when he distracted Sammy Smoke in his match against Mikey Lau. Starr claimed that clearly Smoke wasn't as savvy as he thought, because he fell for his own tactic last week. And his interjection last week was to send a simple message- he didn't need Smoke's help and he didn't appreciate him showing him up and spoiling his inevitable win over Lau. Garcia brought up that a triple threat match between the three had been signed for Thursday night at Awesome Impact and Starr said that was perfect, because he got to kill two birds with one stone and prove that he was the smartest and most talented prospect in all of the SWF. (C)

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Jimmy Hernandez vs. John Greed
Hernandez and Greed had been struggling to break from the pack in recent weeks and last time out were on opposite ends of a tag team match, but weren't involved in the fall. A win here tonight, Duane claimed, would open some eyes in the back. Both men's performance in the match would surely have opened people's eyes though regardless of the result, a fun competitive match showing what both men were truly capable of. In the end it looked as though Greed had the match ready to close out, but as he set up for the Crash Diet, Hernandez slipped out the back and a surprise Superkick allowed him to fall on top for the big win.

Winner: Jimmy Hernandez, via pinfall, in 7:41
(C+)
Spirits were high in the locker room as The Awesomeness were backstage with victors from earlier tonight, Joe Sexy and James Prudence. Of course, a big reason for that win was Huey's interference, but that subject didn't come up as Sexy bragged about the result and The Awesomeness complimented him and Prudence on a job well done. Attention then turned to the main event and The Awesomeness assured Sexy that they'd be making it two for two tonight, because they were the Tag Team Champions and there wasn't a team that could beat them, not even Jack Bruce and "Tarzan". (B-)


We would head away from the arena to a brief establishing shot of a nearby bar, just a few streets down from the arena. Inside the bar we found Big Smack Scott and Kurt Laramee, who evidently had chosen to have a few drinks over being in the arena for tonight's show. After their defeat to The Amazing Bumfholes last week the pair appeared to be drowning their sorrows somewhat with empty beer bottles on the bar and full ones in each hand. The duo griped over not winning the match, still not able to understand how the "young punks" got one over on them. After Scott angrily ordered them some shots, Laramee told Scott that they needed to get their edge back and headed over to the pool table for a game. Another patron of the bar put his hand on the table at the same time though and his eyes met with Laramee's. The bar-goer seemed apologetic and he tried to offer a solution, suggesting Laramee and Scott play him and his buddy for the table, if they thought they could beat them. Laramee's eyes narrowed but Scott wasn't quite so reserved, clearly taking this as an insult. And before you know it, The Pain Alliance had started an all-out bar fight. The guy at the table had his head bounced off of it and his buddy was sent hurtling over it by Scott. Two more guys got involved, but in a chaotic scene of clotheslines, heads being bounced off of the bar, pool cues and bottles being broken over people's backs and one guy getting hurled into the jukebox, The Pain Alliance quickly left everybody laying. Scott then snatched the shot glass off the table and downed it in a rage, before the duo left, Laramee 'helpfully' leaving the triangle on the original guy's chest as he laid on the floor in a daze. (C)


After a break, we were back in the arena, where Eric Eisen was clearly still upset about what went down earlier with Everest, who's presence he barely even acknowledged as he paces around. Eric's brother Jerry walked up and joked that Eric might want to close his open invitational and Eric didn't appreciate the jibe. Eric was quick to claim that beating Everest meant nothing, American Machine hadn't beaten him and he wouldn't beat him, because he's an Eisen and he's on a roll. Jerry suggested that Eric might be trying to convince himself but Eric would be steadfast, insisting that he'd got everything under control. Jerry quipped that maybe his bodyguard situation could be better, which Everest didn't respond to, but Eric did, telling his brother that if he didn't have anything productive to say, which he usually doesn't, then maybe he should save it and let him think. Shrugging, Jerry wished him good luck and suggested that he might need it, leaving Eric to continue pacing on the spot. (C)


Paul Huntingdon headed to the ring and demanded a microphone, all the while mocked on commentary by Duane for being walked out on by Remo last week. Huntingdon brusheed over last week somewhat but claimed that he was fed up of being unappreciated and disrespected. That all changed on Thursday, according to him, when he finally got Joey Morgan in the ring and won back his North American Championship. As for tonight, he wanted to show Morgan exactly what he was in for and who he was dealing with. That's why he was demanding somebody come out and face him in a match. Duane questioned if that was a good idea considering his recent luck, but Huntingdon seemed sure of it, impatiently waiting for someone to appear until Robbie Retro made his way out to accept the challenge. (C+)

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Paul Huntingdon vs. Robbie Retro
Things hadn't gone Huntingdon's way recently and looked like they might be heading that way again early on when Retro made a strong start and had the Blue Blood reeling around the ring. Huntingdon is still a former North American Champion though and finally, he was able to channel that frustration and take over this match. A lot more brutality was present in Huntingdon's offence than usual and once he got going, Retro was never able to get back on track as Huntingdon hit High Society and got the win.

Winner: Paul Huntingdon, via pinfall, in 5:55
(C+)

Huntingdon's frustration slowly seemed to settle once the match was over and he recomposed himself, celebrating the win with a little more dignity than he'd shown in the closing stages of the contest. Emma was very happy that the Blue Blood had forced Duane to eat his words and Duane admitted that it was a crucial win for Huntingdon's mindset going into Thursday night. (C+)
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The Crippler vs. Valiant w/Hannah
After their confrontation earlier these two had had most of the show to prepare for this and the importance of the match seemed to have set in. Nobody rushed into anything reckless and tempers were kept in check- this was all about picking up a win going into Awesome Impact. The Crippler's strategy seemed to be to try and take the legs out from Valiant, in an effort to dull his power game a bit. It didn't seem to be too effective, as Valiant continued to throw Crippler around at will and the turning point instead came when Crippler avoided being suplexed back into the ring and DDTed Valiant through the ropes and onto the apron instead, leaving him in a heap at ringside. A dazed Valiant was dumped back inside and now Crippler was focused on the neck. The crowd got into things, willing Valiant into an eventual comeback. And with a sore neck and all it looked like Valiant was on the way to victory. That's when Brandon James would make an appearance and slowly make his way towards the ring. Valiant spotted him and seemingly forgot all about the match, daring James on. Which proved to be a mistake as Crippler ran up from behind with a shot to the neck and quickly pulled Valiant into a dragon sleeper. Valiant fought the hold briefly, but wasn't going to find a way out and was forced to submit.

Winner: The Crippler, via submission, in 12:14
(B)
The match might have been over but The Crippler seemingly had Awesome Impact in mind, keeping the dragon sleeper locked on despite the referee's attempts to pull him away. James would then roll into the ring, causing The Crippler to look up briefly. But James made no move to attack Crippler, instead content to watch Valiant suffer from a better vantage point. Help was on the way though as Jack Bruce would hit the ring, to a roar from the crowd. Jack was forced to fend off James first but did so quickly, stunning him with right hands and pulling down the rope as he tried to charge. The Crippler finally let go of the hold to try and ambush Bruce from behind but was taken down, Bruce getting in a few good shots before Crippler squirmed away and out of the ring, he and James deciding to call it a day as Jack checked on Valiant in the ring. (B)

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Jack Bruce and Jungle Lord vs. The Awesomeness
With Valiant helped to the back in the commercial break, Jack stuck around for his main event match, having to shift focus after what just happened. After Jefferson's impressive performance last week against Jack, albeit in a losing effort, he was more in his element this time with Huey by his side and the Tag Team Champions used that teamwork to great effect. After an early offensive flurry from Jack and Jungle Lord forced The Awesomeness to regroup, the champs truly started to stamp their authority, keeping Bruce away from his wildman partner for a good few minutes and showing no signs of being daunted by the six-time World Champion. Jungle Lord would eventually get the tag from Jack, but The Awesomeness were able to force a mistake during his frenzied comeback and cut him off from a tag as well, controlling the seemingly out of control jungle man.

It was Jack's encouragement of the crowd that seemed to get Jungle Lord going again and once Jack got the tag the tide started to shift. The Awesomeness were picked off in such a way that they weren't able to take advantage of their teamwork again and were forced to go it alone. After Huey was backdropped to the floor, Jefferson certainly gave it his best effort and almost pulled off a massive upset after a roundhouse kick caught Jack unawares, but Bruce was able to avoid defeat with a late kickout. The telling moment would then come with Huey looking to engineer a last double team, positioning Bruce for a neckbreaker. Whatever Jefferson's role was intended to be in this tag manouever wouldn't come off, thanks to a big tackle from Jungle Lord knocking him out of the way. And with Huey caught by surprise by seeing his partner knocked out of position, Jack managed to reverse out and spin Cannonball around, hitting a New York Minute and gaining the three count.

Winners: Bruce and Jungle Lord, via pinfall, in 12:08
(B+)

Jack and Jungle Lord would celebrate their big win after the match, Jack making sure to stay out of Jungle Lord's path when neccessary as he would celebrate in his usual manic style. (B-)
The show would then close out with last minute hype for Awesome Impact and the main event World Title match, featuring comments from both champion and challenger in between footage of the two in action and clips from their match at Christmas Clash where Remo won the title. Remo was his usual matter of fact, confident self about the match and his prospects, whilst Gilmore's thoughts centered around the title representing validation for him as the best wrestler in the SWF and wanting to reclaim it from the man who beat him for it. And they would meet on Thursday night... (B+)

OVERALL- B (Show improved pop in 10 regions)
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  • The Positives
Jack was a star again tonight. He looked good making the save for Valiant, but it was the tag match where he really shone, whether it was in the ring or on the apron working the hot tag.

The pre-tape with The Pain Alliance went real well and they both seemed to be in their element beating up those poor jabronis we had be their tackling dummies. Both guys were really entertaining and they probably would have been up for doing another dozen takes if we had more jobbers for them to destroy.

Two of the guys got to work the dark match as well (so Ben Williams and Max Mayhem just got to get beat up the once and paid, not sure which is better), but it was Sammy and Monty who stood out as they did a great job as a team, even in what was essentially a nothing match.


  • The Negatives
Everest and his goofy facial expressions didn't do me and Jerry many favours. Everyone seemed to think we did okay, but Everest was a big slack-jawed lump. His match with Machine didn't go well either, Machine was having a tough night, him showing off his power against Everest worked better in theory than it did in practice.

Bekowski and Parker tried their best, but they were getting nothing out of the crowd tonight. Neither guy is all that over with the masses yet for asll their potential. Parker is at least finding his way as a Fan Favourite.

Krissy could have done better selling the Valiant/Crippler segment tonight, maybe she wasn't sure when the cameras were on her or not.


  • Talent Concerns
"Big Smack Scott needs to learn how to sell, he is not worth pushing until that's addressed" - Jack Bruce

"Marshall Dillon has charisma, the kid has a lot of upside"- Joe Sexy

Greed was pretty down after his match, he's been doing a fair few jobs lately and he could probably do with some reassurances that he's going to get some wins real soon.
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THE CARD

SWF World Championship:
Remo (c) vs. Angry Gilmore

World Title #1 Contendership Triple Threat Match: The Crippler vs. Valiant vs. Brandon James

SWF North American Championship: Joey Morgan (c) vs. Paul Huntingdon

Jack Bruce, Jungle Lord and The Amazing Bumfholes vs. Joe Sexy, James Prudence and The Awesomeness

Eric Eisen Open Invitational: Eric Eisen vs. American Machine

Mikey Lau vs. Hollywood Bret Starr vs. Sammy Smoke

Squeeky McClean vs. Jimmy Hernandez

Marshall Dillon vs. Justin Sensitive
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(DARK MATCH: The Pain Alliance defeated Austin Smooth and Robbie Wright in 5:01 when Kurt Laramee defeated Austin Smooth by pinfall with a Switchblade Powerslam. (D))



Across North America...
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The Supreme Wrestling Federation presents...
SWF AWESOME IMPACT 2016
MARCH WEEK 2
(South West; 37,000 in attendance)
0.84 Buy Rate, 421,010 Buys

The show opened with a video focusing on tonight's two big matches which both centre around the World Heavyweight Championship. The number one contender's match between Valiant, Brandon James and The Crippler has a more personal edge to it, where-as the title match between Remo and Angry Gilmore is strictly about competition. But at the end of the day it's all about one thing- the pursuit of gold. (B)

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Marshall Dillon vs. Justin Sensitive

Awesome Impact would begin with a special 'bonus match', which went considerably better for one of the competitors involved than it did the other. Sensitive's attempts to get out of the match by offering Dillon some Sensitivity cream were only marginally bettered by his efforts in the match, once Dillon had made it clear he was here to fight, not moisturise. Sensitive found success with a thumb to the eye as Dillon advanced on him, but his subsequent blows weren't doing much more than keeping Dillon at bay. Soon enough, the cowboy was fighting back and once he got going, he was all over Sensitive like, well, cream on someone's skin. And Sensitive was creamed in the match, Dillon finally putting him away with the Crackdown for the pin.

Winner: Marshall Dillon, via pinfall, in 5:12
(C+)
After the match was over, Dillon's head would turn at the sound of Bear Bekowski's music hitting and the man from the mountains marching down to the ring, much as Dillon had done on Tuesday night. Bekowski stomped a determined path to the ring and, like Tuesday night, Bekowski and Dillon went nose to nose. Just as things threatened to boil over, Bekowski would break away though and instead, he grabbed a woozy Sensitive around the neck. Sensitive would plead for mercy but Bekowski would put him in the Bear Trap anyway, racking a helpless Sensitive for a few seconds while looking right at Dillon, before letting him slump to the ground. Bekowski would then leave the ring and back up the aisle with his eyes still locked on Dillon, having apparently made his point. (D+)


Up next would be Eric Eisen's Open Invitational. But before that would come Eric Eisen with an open mic, as is often the case. Eric claimed that as far as he was concerned, tonight would be just another night. American Machine was just another opponent and this match would be just another win for him. Infact, what happened on Tuesday night wasn't even entering his thoughts. Duane questioned that if that was the case why even bring it up, but he was hushed down by Emma, who suggested if he wanted to keep his job he stop interrupting an Eisen whilst he's talking. After taking a moment to insult a fan in the crowd who was getting on his case, Eric concluded by saying his opponent might claim to be an American Machine, but he was a head kicking machine and his foot was feeling warmed up and ready to swing. (C+)

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Eric Eisen Open Invitational Match
Eric Eisen w/Everest vs. American Machine w/BJ O'Neill


If Eric was expecting a routine night, or just claiming he was expecting one, it didn't happen. His kicking foot had plenty of time to cool down during Machine's early dictation of the match and Eric's feet were mostly occupied by pacing around the ring, trying to slow Machine's momentum down. Eric couldn't match Machine for power so relied on his guile, picking the right moment to grab an unsuspecting Machine and drag him face first into the middle turnbuckle. Eric would take over the match from there, but seemed concerned any time Machine looked like getting back to his feet and put more time into keeping Machine down than finishing him off. Eventually, Eric seemed confident enough that Machine would stay down and set up for The Supremacy. He was wrong though, as Machine met him with a clothesline and began a big comeback. Machine was rolling and it looked like Eric's winning run might be coming to an end, which Eric clearly realised, resorting to ducking through the ropes and hoping the referee would come to his aid. He did, but of more use was Everest, who took advantage of the referee trying to drag Machine off of Eisen by nailing him with a right hand from the floor. The official was none the wiser and Eric capitalised quickly with a knee lift, leaving Machine prone on all fours for The Supremacy, giving Eric another questionable victory.

Winner: Eric Eisen, via pinfall, in 9:23
(B-)
Wandering around the backstage area, Rogue was a picture of nonchalance, maybe a bit too much so with his hands in his pockets whilst whistling a tune to himself. He clearly attracted the attention of Jerry Eisen, who pointed out that Rogue wasn't signed to be there tonight. Rogue played coy until Jerry started to suggest that if he was thinking of interfering in Angry Gilmore's match with Remo tonight then he should think again, at which point Rogue began to laugh. He told Jerry not to worry, he was just there to watch like everybody else. Jerry clearly didn't seem convinced, but Rogue didn't seem concerned and asked Jerry in an insincere tone "what, you don't trust me?", doing nothing to change Jerry's mind by laughing as he walked off. (B)

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Mikey Lau vs. Hollywood Bret Starr vs. Sammy Smoke

Recent singles matches between these three had been plagued by outside distractions, so this was a chance for one of the three to make a definitive statement. Smoke and Starr were the cause of those distractions and began the match arguing with each other, which was basically an open invitation for Lau to start the match by attacking them both with kicks. Lau's strong start was eventually shut down when Starr and Smoke caught him with a pair of clotheslines, but it was clear the two had no intentions of teaming up here and the match was very much every man out for themselves from that point on. With none of the three able to keep one man isolated long enough to put away the other, advantage swung back and forth between them and it was seemingly anyone's match. Right up until the point that Starr dodged a missile dropkick off the second rope by Lau and followed up with the Hollywood Hammer, only for Smoke to sneak in as Starr was scrambling to make the pin, rolling him up and reaching up to grab the middle rope for the crucial leverage needed to keep Starr down for three.

Winner: Sammy Smoke, via pinfall, in 9:33
(C)
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Squeeky McClean vs. Jimmy Hernandez

Our second bonus match of the evening was youth against experience, with both looking to build off of recent wins on Supreme TV. Squeeky's tactic was to try and keep Hernandez grounded and he did a good job of doing so for much of the match. Hernandez's offence would come in quick spurts before being put to a stop by Squeeky, who always seemed a step ahead mentally, if not in terms of speed. This was a big opportunity for Hernandez though and he kept plugging away until he finally started to get some momentum and throw McClean off his game with his flashy offence. Sensing an upset, Hernandez would head to the top, with Squeeky down in position for Apparition #14. But the extra couple of seconds Hernandez took to steady himself might have cost him, as Squeeky moved out of the way. And before Hernandez could recover his breath, a Stain Removal planted him into the mat, giving Squeeky the victory, although Duane was quick to praise the effort the youngster had put in.

Winner: Squeeky McClean, via pinfall, in 8:49
(B-)
With the eight man tag team match up next, Jack Bruce held a last minute meeting with his team. Jack told his three team-mates that he knew there was nobody in the SWF more energetic than the Bumfholes and nobody more manic and wild than Jungle Lord. And tonight, he didn't want them to hold that back- he wanted all of that to come to the surface. He wanted the wildest, craziest, most out of control eight man team the SWF had ever seen in their lives. Jack's efforts to psyche the team up seemed to work and his three partners were pent up balls of energy by the time he was done, sending them out of the room to go tear their opponents apart. (C+)

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Jack Bruce, Jungle Lord and The Amazing Bumfholes vs. Joe Sexy, James Prudence and The Awesomeness

Presumably, The Awesomeness, Sexy and Prudence hadn't seen their opponents meeting backstage. If they weren't sure what to expect, they sure figured it out quickly, as their opposition were a house of fire in the early going and completely overwhelmed them at every turn. Sexy and his team were a mixture of stunned and frustrated figures by five minutes into the match and Joe was forced to gather his team together for a huddle on the outside, just to get their heads together. Slowing the pace seemed to work and so did the sneaky knee from the outside that Huey gave Randy, allowing Jefferson to deliver a clothesline and Randy to become the focus of the opposing team's attack.

Randy hung in long enough to avoid a double team from The Awesomeness and he made the tag to Jack, who took a page from his partners and ran wild on all four of his opponents in reckless style, before the match broke down into a melee with all eight men abandoning the order of looking for tags and just going at it at will. The Bumfholes would hit dives onto The Awesomeness and Jungle Lord would get his hands on Sexy, only for a knee to the back from Prudence to rescue his buddy. Bruce would then be left in the ring with Sexy and Prudence, with the numbers game soon thwarting his efforts to fight both men off. Just as it seemed the two members of the Fabulous Three had the match in hand though, Jack turned the tables, reversing an irish whip and sending Prudence back into Sexy. The two clonked heads and Sexy fell outside. Prudence meanwhile missed with a dazed clothesline and was hit with the New York Minute, giving Jack the win for his team.

Winners: Bruce, Jungle Lord and The Bumfholes, via pinfall, in 12:48
(B)

Jack, Jungle Lord and the Bumfholes celebrated in the ring after the match with all four just as amped up as they'd begun the match, with Jack's motivational tactics clearly having paid off tonight. (B-)
Ahead of his title challenge in a few minutes time, Paul Huntingdon was in the interview area with Ana Garcia. Huntingdon was clearly highly focused, as he called this the moment he'd been waiting for. Joey Morgan had, according to him at least, denied him his rightful championship rematch for so long, but that changed tonight and so would the title. He was a winner and a man of his stature didn't deserve to have a championship taken from him, nor did he deserve to be treated with such contempt and disrespect by someone the likes of Morgan. Tonight, he'd show up Morgan for the "joe schmoe" that he is and class order would be restored with him as North American Champion. (C+)

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SWF North American Championship
Joey Morgan (c) vs. Paul Huntingdon


While both men fought this match in not too disimilar ways, it was clear from the start that there were two vastly different approaches to their methods from champion and challenger. Morgan was his usual calm, collected himself, happy to keep the match on the mat when neccessary and play the long game. Huntingdon however was highly strung, getting frustrated whenever things didn't go his way and looking desperate to press his advantage whenever he was in control. Duane claimed that Huntingdon might want this too much and though Emma claimed that the idea someone could want to be champion too much itself was stupid, Duane might have had a point. Huntingdon's frustrations grew with every passing kickout and submission escape and Morgan was the beneficiary of a number of mistakes as the match wore on. Just when Huntingdon seemed at his most frazzled though, his luck seemed to change. Morgan missed the Minnesota Salute off the top and Huntingdon capitalised with the High Society. The referee got down to count the three and Huntingdon was once again North American Champion.

Or, so it seemed. But the bell never rung and the referee's hand never even hit the mat the third time, because he'd spotted Morgan's foot on the bottom rope. Huntingdon hadn't even noticed though. So convinced was he that he'd won, he was already celebrating before realising the count had stopped. When the referee pulled Huntingdon's raised arm down and told him what happened, Huntingdon was beside himself and Morgan capitalised with a roll-up, which almost won him the match. Huntingdon just about kicked out and tried to regain control, but the near-win had thown him off his game completely. Soon after, he flung Morgan into the corner, but missed a charge and went shoulder first into the post. And as he stumbled back out of the corner, Morgan was waiting with the Empire Spiral, for the three, to retain the gold.

Winner and still North American Champion: Joey Morgan, via pinfall, in 13:48
(B)
The cameras would stay on Huntingdon as he recovered after the match, looking distraught as he realised that he'd lost the match. Looking around for someone to blame, he realised the referee and Morgan were gone. Emma got on the crowd's case for heckling a man of Huntingdon's stature, as he slowly got out of the ring and headed back up the ramp with his head in his hands, unable to believe that he'd lost his shot to regain the title. (C)

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World Title #1 Contendership Triple Threat Match
The Crippler vs. Valiant w/Hannah vs. Brandon James w/Krissy Angelle


Valiant seemed to be coming into this match at a disadvantage, after what happened on Tuesday night. But although he was still favouring his neck on the way out, it soon became clear that James and The Crippler had no intentions of working together in this one. They both wanted to be number one contender, no matter who they had to beat. And so, Valiant found himself on the outside often early on, while Crippler and James went at it in the ring. Bad neck and all, Valiant wouldn't stay down for long, so James would ultimately alter his strategy and get rid of The Crippler so he could focus on his ailing rival. Valiant and James would go at it with their usual ferocity until Crippler came back, interrupting their one on one battle. And Crippler would look to ape James's strategy, taking out Big Money with a shin breaker on the top of the barricade to leave Valiant and his bad neck to himself. Valiant wasn't as hurt as The Crippler would like and gave as good as he got, but Crippler would eventually lock in the dragon sleeper that had done so much damage on Supreme TV. Valiant refused to give in and hung on just long enough for James to return, limping but still able to break up the submission.

The match would be a battle of who had enough left in the tank from there, all three men's efforts to find the winning pinfall broken up by last ditch saves by the third wheel. With James's knee hurting and Valiant neck slowing him down, it seemed The Crippler had the best chance of winning- he just had to pick off both opponents at once. He took care of James with a dropkick to the knee in the ropes and was left with Valiant, Big Money's leg tied up in the ropes leaving him unable to play a factor. The Crippler wasn't reckoning on a third man to deal with though, as Jack Bruce would hit the ring. Shocked, The Crippler was ran through by Jack, culminating with a New York Minute in the centre of the ring. Jack left the ring urging Valiant to follow up. And Valiant did just that, hitting the V-Split to The Crippler and making the pin, earning himself the World Title opportunity at The World Is Watching.

Winner: Valiant, via pinfall, in 15:56
(B)

Valiant celebrated in the ring with some amount of shock on his face, Duane putting over that he'd just booked himself into the biggest match of his career. (B-)
We cut away from Valiant to the backstage area, Jack Bruce walking through the curtain to find Ana Garcia waiting to get his comments about what he'd just done. Bruce pointed out that The Crippler had said a couple of months ago that wherever Jack was, he wouldn't be far behind. Well tonight, The Crippler had found out that that went both ways. (B-)


Before the main event we got a video hyping the contest, a little different from the one that aired Tuesday night, but using much of the same footage. (B)

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SWF World Heavyweight Championship
Remo (c) vs. Angry Gilmore w/Jessie and Kristen Pearce


The main event promised to be an intriguing clash, the power and punishment of the champion Remo and the skill and savvy of the challenger Gilmore, a rematch from Christmas Clash 2015. Gilmore seemed to have learned from that last match just what he was up against and the result was a cautious start, Gilmore looking to set the tone for later on in the match by softening up Remo's legs. Remo was happy to go with the slow pace as well, albeit with a more high impact offensive, Gilmore regetting getting too close to Remo for too long after a clubbing clothesline or a sudden press slam. Gilmore's slow approach seemed to be paying dividends as he found more and more success taking Remo down and working the leg. And when Remo did stifle his pesky challenger for a while, his leg was still hampering him despite his dominance.

It was late in the match where Gilmore's long game really started to pay off though. With Remo hobbling a little, Gilmore felt confident enough to step up his attack, getting in close and fighting Remo a little more head on. Remo was still able to put a stop to Gilmore's offence with one good shot or one effective throw. But Gilmore was able to show Remo a little less respect knowing that his base had been compromised somewhat. Both started show a little more urgency as the match approached the 20 minute mark, with Gilmore earning a nearfall with the Sky High Elbow. Remo was still powerful enough to break out of Anger Management and after turning Gilmore inside out with a clothesline, he hit a double underhook powerbomb, not risking his usual backbreaker due to the knee, for a near fall of his own. Gilmore had one more flurry left in him and went for Remo's knees again with leg kicks, but they weren't enough. Remo came out of the corner with another devastating clothesline, leaving Gilmore almost out of it. A t-bone suplex took whatever energy the challenger had left out of him. And The Destroyer finished the job, giving Remo the hard fought victory to close out the show.

Winner and still SWF World Heavyweight Champion: Remo, via pinfall, in 23:06
(B)
OVERALL- B (Show increased pop in 7 regions)
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Great show overall and am definitely interested in several storylines. I for sure thought something screwy would happen with the Remo match, were Kristen would interfere or something.
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