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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by Greg_McNeish » Mon Jan 19, 2015 1:02 am

My girl Katie was all over this show. She's the REAL star of CWB.
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by Jama7301 » Mon Jan 19, 2015 6:22 pm

Yaaay! Jobber Match!

BEE

ELL

EEEEEEM

Jr.

Of cooooourse Spencer Spade goes to get more help. Of course he does.

Shoot Club can just keep walking, right from ringside, right out of the arena, and right out of Boston. And don't forget your titles... oh wait.

And the Flying Monkeys, and the Masked Patriot, help The Monster rack up another win.

Austin Smooth: Shots. Fired.

Donny J: Returning Fire.

It's becoming like clockwork, so sing it with me children

Fuck Your Main Event Scooooooore!

Good show though. Asshole Spade had nothing go right for him tonight. I can live with that.
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Post by Jama7301 » Fri Jan 30, 2015 5:55 pm

RPW Painkiller V
Wednesday, Week 1, May 2015
The Junkyard (Mid-West)
Attendance: 1000

Pre-show match – Sweet & Sour (J Cool & Flash Savage) def Gopher & The Ant (Topher Smith & Ant Man) via Lay a Beat Down (Springboard Leg Drop by J Cool) on Topher Smith (4:46)

Rating: D- (36)

Main Show
Mystery Man, Slayyer, & Kazebushi vs Bob Casey, Jazz Funk & Sammy the Shark
Slayyer pins Jazz Funk with the Dead Zone (Spinning Release Fisherman’s Buster) (5:26)
We start the show with the debut of a strange new trio of masked men. Slayyer brings some heavy strikes and muscle, Mystery Man excelled at grounding his opposition, using several arm and leg holds to wear down the opposition, and Kazebushi was a whirlwind of aerial acrobatics. Jazz Funk ends up being the sacrificial lamb for this one, taking the Dead Zone.

Rating: E (29)

After the match, Mystery Man calls for a microphone in the ring. He says that they need to formally introduce themselves. We are a globetrotting group of heroes, who make an appearance wherever injustice runs wild. We delivery our unique brand of justice, before disappearing into the shadows again. We are the heroes you want, need, and deserve. We are the Disposable Heroes. Mystery Man raises his fist into the air, and Slayyer and Kazebushi strike mirroring poses on opposing sides of Mystery Man. Mystery Man sets the mic down, and the trio strike very symmetrical, and obviously rehearsed poses for a few more minutes.

Rating: E+ (32)

We go back to the interview area, where Jerome Turner is interviewing Then, Now, Forever. Turner says that Then, Now, Forever has been on quite the warpath in RPW, just what exactly is their endgame here? They haven’t made much of a push towards the RPW Championship, but instead have focused on making KC Glenn’s life miserable. Flash stares daggers at Turner, as Frank takes the mic. He says that there’s no big secret to what they’re doing. They’ve been saying it since we’ve got here, we want to prove that there is little hope for the current generation of wrestlers. Once we break the pride of Matthew Keith, and the spirit of KC Glenn, the whole industry will see how misguided they’ve been. Young Faith here has already opened his eyes to the truth. The tradition of the old ways will win out. Our “education” continues tonight, against another young upstart who thought it smart to interfere.

Rating: D- (39)

Marc Raisin vs Steve Flash w/Frank Harriet & Matty Faith
Steve Flash wins via Flash Bang (4:54)
Marc Raisin tries to muster the fire he had last show, but it’s not there, and this match is all Flash the entire way. After an early clothesline, Flash stomps every limb of Raisin repeatedly. He then drags the prone Raisin to the ropes and chokes him out with them, using the entire five count. Flash punishes Raisin for the rest of the match, before mercifully ending him with the Flash Bang

Rating: E+ (34)

Flash breaks away from the ref, and keeps stomping away at Marc Raisin, before picking him up for another Flash Bang. As he stands tall, Frank Harriet grabs a mic, and tells Marc that he’s not done yet. He’s got another match tonight, right now. Frank climbs into the ring, and demands the ref rings the bell. Marc staggers to his feet, and the ref reluctantly calls for the bell.

Rating: D (43)

Marc Raisin vs Frank Harriet w/Steve Flash & Matty Faith
Frank Harriet wins via the Frank-N-Hurter (Cloverleaf variant) (5:12)
This one goes worse than the first, as Marc is completely wiped. Frank follows Flash’s suit, and uses the entirety of the ring to his advantage. He locks in the Frank-N-Hurter, and though Raisin tries to make the ropes, he has to tap out.

Rating: E+ (31)

Then, Now, Forever leaves the ring, proud of their handiwork, as Raisin struggles to stand. A few workers come from the back to help him up, and they help walk the battered Marc Raisin to the back.

Rating: D- (39)

Sweet & Sour make their entrance with only one groupie today, with their standard music. They dance and lip-sync down to the ring for their tag team match.

Rating: D+ (49)

Rayne Man & Tony Chambers def Sweet & Sour (J Cool & Flash Savage)
Rayne Man via Raynemaker on J Cool (7:33)
Rayne Man is having none of Sweet & Sour’s shenanigans this match. Their tactics work against Chambers, but when Rayne Man gets in, he cuts through the bull, and takes control of this match and never looks back. One well placed Raynemaker and this one is all over.

Rating: E+ (32)

After the Match, Rayne Man and Chambers celebrate in the ring, with Rayne Man calling out to both Punchline and KC Glenn, saying he wants their titles.

Rating: D- (36)

We see KC Glenn getting ready in the locker room. He’s approached by the three behemoths of Punchline. Drake Young saunters into shot, smugly looking down at the seated champion. Young tells Dean not to worry her pretty little head, they’re not going to do anything to the pwecious widdle champeen. They don’t want to give him an excuse for when he loses tonight to Primus Allen. Young continues to say that he better not be overlooking Allen tonight, what with the way your new little friend was brutalized earlier tonight. If you do “Woopah” (Young does the shittiest jumpkick imaginable), you’re gonna get beat by the Punchline.

Rating: C- (54)

Matthew Keith vs Titan
Matthew Keith via the Proton Lock (8:29)
Titan uses his imposing size and strength to keep the second generational star from using his repertoire of holds and strikes. Titan sets up Keith for a powerbomb, but Keith uses his leverages to back body drop Titan. Sensing that this is his opportunity, Keith catches his second wind and starts to take the fight to Titan, working over the legs of the big guy to cut out his base of power. Keith goes for the Proton Lock, but before he can lock it in, Titan breaks the hold by biting the arm of Keith. Keith rolls out of the ring, holding his arm. As the ref counts, Titan undoes the turnbuckle pad, and waits for Keith to return to the ring. He picks up Keith, looking to drop him face-first onto the exposed metal, but Keith sees it, and slips off his shoulder and pushes the mammoth into the turnbuckle. As Titan writes on the ground, Keith slaps on the Proton Lock again, and cinches it in tight, leaving Titan no room to do anything but tap.

Rating: D (44)

Keith stands tall, over the bested beast. He raises his hands in triumph, his confident smile shining through to the crowd.

Rating: C- (54)

RPW Championship
KC Glenn © w/Chloe Dean vs Primus Allen w/Punchline (Drake Young, Steel, & Austin Moore)
KC Glenn def Primus Allen via rollup (11:51)
Glenn starts out hesitant against the large and in charge Primus Allen. He tries to use some kicks early to soften up Allen, but he goes to the well one too many times, and gets his leg caught. Allen scoops him up for a huge spinebuster, and takes control. Allen picks up Glenn, and hits him with a few knees to the midsection, before military pressing him above his head. He holds the champ there for a few seconds, before asking someone what time it is. Young says that it’s 8:30, and Allen nods. He then presses Glenn up and down a few times, before dropping him onto his shoulders. A few squats, and then a running Samoan Drop leaves the champion stunned. Primus Allen continues using his massive muscles to maul our intrepid champion. Glenn starts to fight back, after being willed on by the crowd, and manages to break a side headlock. Glenn picks up the pace as much as he can, and finally knocks Allen down with a big missile dropkick. Young starts to panic on the outside, and hops up onto the apron, and Steel tries to slide into the ring. Suddenly, down runs Running Wolf, who clears Steel out of the ring by throwing him into Drake Young. The ref orders Running Wolf out, who obliges. Young is livid at ringside, and orders Steel and Moore to get the Native. While this is going on, Glenn slips up behind Primus, and stacks him up with a quick roll up, which is enough for him to secure title defense number 6.

Rating: C (62)

Running Wolf returns to the ring, and raises Glenn’s hand in victory, all while staring at Drake Young, laughing. Glenn and Running Wolf celebrate in the ring, when we suddenly hear Then, Now, Forever’s music, as they join Punchline in the aisle. Running Wolf left the ring, and returned with two chairs for he and Glenn, as they dare TNF and Punchline to make a move. The show comes to a close, with the two sides locked in a stalemate.

Rating: C- (55)

Show Rating: C- (55)
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by GooberBM » Mon Feb 02, 2015 7:30 am

So yeah, the Disposable Heroes are going to kill me. The symmetrical poses harken back to my anime phase watching Dragonball Z. They are so Ginyu Squad, man!

I'm...not sure I'm comfortable with where TNF are going with this crusade of theirs. "Educating" has never sounded so bad. And you are NOT allowed to break Marc Raisin.

Nice to see you Rayne Man. Lets see what you got after your little sabbatical, since you want all the belts and such.

Matt Keith: Babyface is still something I'm going to have to get used to.

RUNNING WOLF SAVES THE DAY! I bet Glenn is jealous cause he can't handle Punchline but Running Wolf can. What a tool.

Great show, at the very least you can say you had an improvement in your grades, and that's a good thing
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Post by GooberBM » Wed Feb 04, 2015 7:53 am

Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents the Joint CILL Spectacular
Thursday Week 2 May 2015 Gutierrez Community Center (South Central Mexico) Attendance: 35


Pre-Show Match: Austin Smooth vs. The Monster
The Monster (5:01) via Maw of the Monster
Rating: E+ (33)

The announce team of Phonse Lockett, Gabriel Buentello, and Samuel Curran try to open the show but Spencer Spade comes out and cuts everything off. He says he hates this place. He hates this smelly, rancid stain on the planet Earth that CWB comes to called the Gutierrez Community Center. But he does like the hefty bonus CWB officials give him, so he's here. But he doesn't plan on sticking around long so if there's anyone here that wants to take him on they better get out right now and take him on because if he counts to 20 and nobody has the guts to take on the Supreme Star, he is out of here. Spade starts his count as the crowd boos him more and more, and he gets to 17 before one of CILL's own makes his way out to the ring
Rating: E+ (33)


Dragon Del Arco Isis Jr. (CILL) vs. Spencer Spade
Spade (12:06) via Supreme Stunner
Dragon takes it right to Spade, giving him a taste of some Mexican fire, but Spade is not just a great athlete, but he's willing to cut every corner necessary to win, and he does just that: Stalling, using the environment, even something as simple as a rake to the eyes. But the real trick is late as Dragon is building momentum and about to go up top, Kammy Ling grabs Dragon by the ankle distracting him. This gives Spade enough time to hit the ropes and make Dragon crotch himself. A bodyslam off the top rope, followed by the Supreme Stunner, is all she wrote
Rating: C- (58)


Spade lets his aggravation that this took so long get the best of him, as he beats down Dragon more until Austin Smooth darts out the back and runs him off. Spade then helps Dragon up and they celebrate to the audience
Phonse Lockett then has the pleasure of interviewing KC Glenn and Swedish Muscle. They have a big matchup tonight against Rapido and New England Revolution, and Phonse wants to get an idea of their mindset. KC Glenn shakes his head and points to a flexing Anders and a confident looking Nigel and says that's the mindset. They're focused and ready to fight like champions. Tonight and every night. Because this is what the new generation of superstars looks like. And that's something New England Revolution wouldn't know anything about. They want to destroy everything, not build it up. But you can't tear down what they build, baby, and tonight they're going to hear a lovely serenade, compliments of the Sunshine Band
Rating: D- (36)


Felipe Caballero vs. Ekuma
Ekuma (6:48) via Hawaiian Crush
Ekuma CRUSH
Rating: D (43)


Ekuma poses over the downed Felipe as he celebrates his victory
Gabriel Buentello then interviews Beauty Touch, the team of Dermot O'Logical & Julius Moor. Buentello notes that they've been teaming together for a little while without much traction, and asks if they feel like they're about to turn a corner. Julius looks enraged by the assessment but Dermot simply smiles and says that things have been going according to plan. This big guy has been toiling away learning the secrets of perfection and you don't learn those lessons overnight. But (Dermot looks at a cheat sheet to figure out who they're facing) JoeJi? (Dermot then smiles and has to hold back his laughter). You're going to destroy JoeJi tonight, aren't you big fella? Moor does a throat cut sign and the duo walks off
Rating: E+ (34)


JoeJi - Regular Joe & JOJI vs. Beauty Touch - Dermot O'Logical & Julius Moor
Moor (6:46) via Charging Tackle on JOJI
Beauty Touch was in control for most of this match, and Moor runs right through JOJI with the Charging Tackle
Rating: E+ (30)


New England Revolution comes out with Rapido and Masked Patriot asks for a microphone. He reminds everyone here that last time they were in Mexico, they had the pleasure of meeting the future of Boston. The Masked Patriot debuted and warned everyone that a revolution was coming, and now you see that it has come to fruition. He took a bumbling court jester like The Pilgrim and turned him into someone respectable. He's found an ally down south in Rapido that he trusts. And most of all, he's shown the world what a fraud KC Glenn truly is. He's a nobody that likes to talk a big game and can't back it up. And tonight Patriot will show you once again why -- Patriot gets cut off as KC Glenn's music hits, and he & Swedish Muscle rush the ring
Rating: E (26)


Rapido (CILL) & New England Revolution - Masked Patriot & The Pilgrim vs. KC Glenn & Swedish Muscle - Anders Thunder & Nigel Svensson
Patriot (14:52) via rollup on Anders
Anders dominates this match early on with his size and power, but New England Revolution turn the tables when they isolate Nigel Svensson. They are able to keep him under control for quite a while but he finally breaks free to tag in Glenn. Patriot tries to run but he can't hide and Glenn beats him from pillar to post but a triple team allows Rapido to hit Glenn from behind and slow down the momentum. They work Glenn over until he breaks free and can tag in Anders who wrecks shop again. As he gets that train going though, Patriot antagonizes Glenn who rushes the ring and has to be removed by the ref. This gives Patriot an opportunity to expose a turnbuckle, then lay in wait for Anders to try to avalanche him. Patriot moves at the last moment and Anders smashes into the exposed steel, then gets rolled up. With Patriot using the tights for extra leverage there's no chance for Anders to kick out and New England Revolution gets a big win over a fellow Tag Tournament Semifinalist
Rating: D (44)


Gabriel Buentello is in the ring with Monster Inc. who are ready for their main event match: They've been biding their time and waiting for their moment to expose El Mitico Jr. as the fraud that he is, and what better place to do that than in his homeland in front of his people. Tonight Monster Inc. feasts on all the masked men who you think are your heroes.
We then join Samuel Curran with El Mitico Jr. and Wild and Free. Mitico knows that The Monster is hunting him but tonight The Monster doesn't have to look very far. He's going to be right there in the ring with him. He's not running and he's not hiding. He and these luchador are here to fight back. And tonight they put on a show for their people and show the true strength of the luchador
Rating: E+ (30)


Monster Inc. - The Monster, Kirk Drury & Acid II vs. El Mitico Jr. & Wild and Free - Amazing Fire Fly & Boriken Love Machine Jr.
Mitico (21:29) via Northern Lights Suplex on Acid
The two sides have gotten to know each other very well the last few months and it shows as the action is furious. Mitico tosses the flying monkeys around while the high flyers bang and zoom all over the ring, while Monster Inc. tries to slow them all down and grind them into paste. They accomplish the goal for a while but Wild and Free live up to their name and get Mitico in while taking out Monster and Drury with stereo planchas, and that sets the table for Mitico to bring it home by drilling Acid with his patented Northern Lights Suplex
Rating: C- (58)


Final Grade: D+ (48)
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Post by Jama7301 » Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:01 pm

Boy, that sure was an easy show to get through.

Spade continues to leave a trail of slime in his wake. At least he's not hourly, so he wasn't around long.

Poor JoeJi

BEE
ELL
EMM

Was on the winning side of a match.

This felt like a solid transitional show, nice stead build to your Semi-Finals, while pushing the antagonizing of Glenn well. Me likey.
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RPW Blackout V
Wednesday, Week 3, May 2015
The Junkyard (mid-west)
Attendance: 1000

Preshow
Tony Chambers def Dermott Ayres via Sitout Powerbomb (5:28)
Rating: E+ (33)

We open the show with Clifford Crash in the ring. He says that RPW is proud to welcome their newest signee, the FCW People’s Champion, Kirk Jameson. Jameson comes out and thanks Crash for the introduction, but he says that fancy names and honorifics don’t suit him. He says that he’ll do his introduction the way he does best; in the ring. He then shakes Crash’s hand, and then sits on the turnbuckle, waiting for his opponent.

Rating: D (42)

Kirk Jameson vs Titan
Titan comes out, and he does not want to be used as someone’s stepping stone. He uses his size early to try to keep the technician down. This only works for a little bit though, as Jameson finds an opening, and starts to pick apart the legs of the big man. His base broken, Titan finally topples, and when he does, he never recovers. Jameson keeps him grounded, switching holds fluidly. As soon as Titan appears to be ready to break a hold, Jameson switches to another to keep the big man off his game. He finally cinches in the Kirk-Hold, and Titan has no other option but to tap.

Jameson via Kirk-Hold (7:16)
Rating: D- (38)

As Jameson retreats up the aisle after his win, he’s suddenly jumped by Steve Flash, Frank Harriet, & Matty Faith. They beat down Jamison on the ramp. Flash finishes off Jameson with a Flash Bang onto the floor, and telling him “Welcome to Rapid Pro Wrestling, kid.” The trio then enters the ring, and gets a mic from ringside, as Jameson is tended to on the floor. Harriet takes the mic and says that they’re in a good mood today. They ‘spoke’ with those in charge here at RPW and reminded them that RPW has experienced unprecedented growth since Then Now Forever showed up. So tonight, they’ve been graciously allowed to have a title match tonight. They didn’t say who was getting it, so we’re just assuming they meant all of us, so Glenn, put on your big boy pants and get out here. Glenn appears from the back as Jameson is being helped past. Glenn’s eyes linger on Jameson for a moment, before he turns a steely gaze at the men in the ring. Glenn holds his championship up high as he makes his way to the ring for his first title defense of the night.

Rating: D (46)

RPW Title Match
KC Glenn © w/Chloe Dean vs Matty Faith w/Frank Harriet & Steve Flash
Glenn comes out on fire in this one, and pushes the youngest member of TNF. Faith has the pedigree to hang with Glenn, at least for a minute, but his lack of experience and conditioning come back to bite him, as he is quickly disposed of by Glenn.

Glenn via Tune Up the Sunshine Band (7:07)
Rating: D (41)

Glenn stands on the ropes, raising the title right in faces of Flash and Frank, but Frank reminds him that he has two more matches tonight, including one right now. Frank slides into the ring, and tells the ref to ring the bell.

Rating: D (46)

RPW Championship
KC Glenn © w/ Chloe Dean vs Frank Harriet w/Steve Flash
Frank comes out aggressive, laying some brutal strikes and knees on the champion early, using his size to push the smaller, quicker Glenn around. Glenn keeps looking for an opening, but each time he tries to create a little space, Harriet closes that door. Glenn manages to fight out of an abdominal stretch with some elbows. He hits the ropes and launches himself at Frank with a huge flying clothesline. Both men are down or a moment, but Frank is the first to his feet. He goes to pick Glenn up off the mat, but the champion wraps up Frank with an inside cradle, keeping the challenger’s shoulders to the mat just long enough for the 3 count.

Glenn via rollup (6:33)
Rating: D- (39)

Glenn celebrates in the ring as Frank throws a tantrum at the ref. Glenn again goes on the ropes, and points to Flash and himself, saying that it’s just you and me. Flash returns an icy glare, and points to the RPW championship in Glenn’s hand, indicating that that’s what he’s here for.

Rating: C (59)

Sweet & Sour make their entrance with a single groupie today, as the announcers hype that this match will be for the number one contendership for the RPW Tag Team Titles.

Rating: D (43)

Number 1 Contenders Match for the RPW Tag Team Championship
Sweet & Sour (J Cool & Flash Savage) vs Lazy Joe & Little Bill Lebowski vs Rayne Man & Cal Sanders
Sanders and Savage start off this three team affair. It starts off pretty evenly matched, as the two trade arm drags and drop kicks early. A dropkick from Savage sends Sanders towards Lazy Joe and Lebowski’s corner. Lebowski tags himself in, and launches himself at Savage. Lebowski ups the already frantic pace another gear, launching himself like a pinball around the ring. This match breaks down shortly after the first set of pinfall attempts come though. Everyone is running interference on each other, until we’re left with Lebowski, J Cool, and Sanders all laid out on the outside. Rayne Man and Lazy Joe are the legal men right now, but Flash Savage is getting antsy. Rayne Man hits a high angle Fireman Carry slam on Lazy Joe, and Flash has seen enough. He rushes the ring, but ends up caught by Rayne Man. Rayne Man plants Savage with a Rayne Drop that sends Savage bouncing to the outside. Back to the task at hand, Rayne Man pick up Lazy Joe, wraps him up, and decapitates him with a Raynemaker, giving him and Cal Sanders the win.

Rayne Man and Cal Sanders win via Raynemaker on Lazy Joe (10:41)
Rating: D- (37)

Sanders enters the ring to celebrate with Rayne Man. Rayne Man holds up 1, 2, then 3 fingers, then signals that he’s coming for the tag belts. 3 seconds is all he needs.
Rating: E (26)

Jerome Turner meets with RPW Champion KC Glenn in the locker room. Turner asks Glenn how he’s feeling. Glenn says he feels fine, and that he’s got plenty in the tank left to take on Steve Flash. Glenn says that he’s seen his book, and knows Flash’s tricks. He’s prepared to defend this title. Some people would complain about having to defend their title three times in one night, not this guy. He says he will fight tooth and nail to prove that he belongs at the top, to prove that he is the best in this company. He says Flash better get on board with that, otherwise the Future will leave him behind.

Rating: C- (54)

RPW Championship
KC Glenn © w/ Chloe Dean vs Steve Flash
Glenn fires out of the gate, looking to prove to Flash that he’s the champion, and that he deserves that spot. Flash bails early though before Glenn can do too much. As he’s standing on the outside, Glenn gets a head of steam, and goes for a suicide dive, but Flash sidesteps it, sending Glenn crashing to the mat below. Flash takes this opportunity to press the attack, stomping on the ribs of Glenn as he’s sprawled on the floor. Flash rolls Glenn back into the ring, and goes for an early cover, but Glenn kicks out. Flash starts to work over the midsection of Glenn, with stomps and knees. He holds the champ in an abdominal stretch, and starts elbowing at him. Glenn starts to fight back though, and starts to build a head of steam. After a few dropkicks to stun the challenger, Glenn hits the ropes and drills Flash with a crossbody. Both men are down, as Glenn is clutching his ribs. Both men are up at the ref’s count of 6, and Glenn fights through the pain, drilling the longtime vet with a series of kicks and forearms. Glenn starts to get fired up and looks to tune up the Sunshine Band, but Matty Faith jumps on the apron to distract the ref. The ref is having none of it though, as he ejects Faith and Frank from ringside, to prevent any interference. As the two argue with the ref though, Flash low blows Glenn, staggering him. Having seen this, Frank and Faith retreat up the ramp. The ref turns around in time to see Glenn get planted with a Flash Bang, and counts the 3. We have a new champion.

Flash via Flash Bang (10:02)
Rating: D (46)

Flash is handed the belt, and he holds it triumphantly above his head. Not content with just the win, he starts pushing the head of Glenn with his boot. Faith and Frank return to the ring to celebrate with Flash. Flash orders for “his” ring to be cleared of the trash, so Faith picks up the stunned Glenn, and unceremoniously dumps him over the top rope, to the floor below. Then, Now, Forever stands tall to close the show.

Rating: D+ (50)

Show Rating: D+ (49)
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Post by GooberBM » Mon Feb 16, 2015 5:28 pm

You are an awful, awful man Jama
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With a show grade to reflect that.
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Tue Feb 17, 2015 7:08 pm

Just... fuck all the things.
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Post by GooberBM » Wed Feb 18, 2015 7:00 am

Championship Wrestling From Boston
Sunday Week 3 May 2015 The Den (New England) Attendance: 1491


The announce team of Samuel Curran, Gabriel Buentello and Phonse Lockett open the show bantering about our Boston Tag Title Semi-Finals matches, and tonight's Openweight Title match between Donnie J and Ernest Youngman
Rating: D- (40) (terrible improvisation from all three)


Acid II vs. Amazing Fire Fly
Acid (8:25) via Acid Rain Bomb
These kids sure did tear it up but Monster Inc. gets this round in the battle against the masked luchadors
Rating: C+ (66)


Austin Smooth comes down to the ring and says he is not leaving until he gets his hands on Spencer Spade, tonight. Spencer Spade does come out and tells Austin Smooth he is an idiot. He had a chance to work with The Supreme Star. They could have owned Boston together but Austin had to start thinking he was bigger than Spencer Spade, so he became Spencer Spade's new most wanted. Most wanted to suffer.
Outlaw Wes Revell jumps Smooth from behind and hits him with the Quick Shot, as Spade gets in the ring and tells Smooth that there is NO representation with out taxation in Spencer Spade Country, and the beating continues until Dragon Del Arco Isis Jr. comes out to even up the odds. As Spade and Revell back away, new music plays, and they bump into the freshly retired, and newly debuting in CWB CHERRY BOMB!
Cherry screams at Spade that she doesn't know what this taxation or representation has to do with anything but the owner of CWB has decided that the inmates don't get to run the asylum anymore. The only crazy person in charge...is her! So she's decided to oblige Austin Smooth's request for a match. A tag match, that will start right now!
Rating: D (47)


Austin Smooth & Dragon Del Arco Isis Jr. vs. Spencer Spade & Outlaw Wes Revell
Spade (6:50) via Supreme Stunner on Smooth
Smooth did get the match he wanted, but he was still feeling the effects of the Quick Shot he took and after an Revell chop block isolates Smooth from Dragon, he gets picked apart and dropped with the Supreme Stunner
Rating: C (60)


Boston Tag Team Title Semi-Final Match
Flash Bomb - Steve Flash & Jerry Martin vs. New England Revlolution - Masked Patriot & The Pilgrim
Patriot (10:28) via Patriot Slam on Flash
Flash Bomb was in complete control for most of the match, with Martin only getting snookered for a bit in the middle. But down the stretch it looked obvious that Flash Bomb was going to win, but Al Coleman provides a distraction that works on Kurt Lovenkrantz and Jerry Martin and allows Marc Speed to wring Steve Flash over the top rope and he bounces back to Masked Patriot who hits the Patriot Slam and New England Revolution advances to the Finals of the tag tournament
Rating: D+ (50)

KC Glenn vs. PK Roach
Glenn (5:54) via DQ after NE Revolution interference
This match never gets off the ground, because before KC Glenn could ever get rolling, NE Revolution cashes in their good karma by totally jumping the Superstar of the Next Generation, blatantly getting the match thrown out
Rating: C- (54)


NE Revolution and PK Roach murder Glenn with each man hitting their finishing move, ending with Masked Patriot hitting the Patriot slam and leaving Glenn a complete waste in the middle of the ring. Patriot then tells Glenn that they're through here now, because Patriot has more important business to deal with
Rating: C- (55)

Announcers talk about next match with is the second act of Monster Inc. versus the Luchadors and wonder if Mitico can get some momentum for his side.
We then go the CWB logo where Gabriel Buentello interviews Monster Inc. He asks The Monster how he feels about Acid's win tonight and he and Drury continuing the winning ways. The Monster tells everyone to watch closely because their beloved heroes won't make it to the Commonwealth Cup, because they will be devoured by The Monster
Rating: D- (40)


Monster Inc. - The Monster & Kirk Drury vs. El Mitico Jr. & Boriken Love Machine Jr.
Mitico (14:20) via Northern Lights Suplex on Drury
Maybe they will, but not tonight, as Mitico and BLM get the job done. They keep The Monster at bay long enough to pick up the win on Drury
Rating: C- (54)


Regular Joe, Paradigm & JOJI vs. Ash Campbell, Felipe Caballero & Henry Bennett
Bennett (5:57) via Caballero Slam on JOJI
Ash Campbell was looking to impress here tonight since Lisa Bowen had her eyes on his match, but it turned out that he got upstaged by his own team members, much to his chagrin
Rating: D- (39)


Samuel Curran is in the ring next and he welcomes his guests at this time, Shoot Club. Curran asks why they got involved in the other Semi-Final match, and manipulated the tournament the way they did. He starts to ask if they are scared of Flash Bomb but gets cut off by Coleman. They don't fear ANYBODY. They are the best tag team out there and they are going to prove it by becoming the first Boston Tag Team Champions.
Speed adds that people think they have been slipping, talking about they don't want to fight, and they lost the other belts they were carrying around, but they're going to prove one thing tonight: When you face Shoot Club you either Tap, Snap, or Nap
Rating: D (47)


Boston Tag Team Title Semi-Final Match
Swedish Muscle - Anders Thunder & Nigel Svensson vs. Shoot Club - Al Coleman & Marc Speed
Svensson (11:02) via Riksdag on Coleman
Shoot Club came out ready to show their full strength, and they were impressive in tearing down the lumbering Thunder. They, however, could not make the big man tap, snap, or nap and he is able to get Svensson in who is a ball of fire all over Shoot Club. Coleman stays in the pocket, knowing they don't have the benefit of sacrificing this shot at the Boston Tag Titles, but the wave of momentum behind Swedish Muscle has grown large and after the duo lands the Riksdag on Coleman, they stamp their ticket to meet New England Revolution to become the first Boston Tag Team Champions
Rating: C- (53)


Ash Campbell is in the back after taking his post-match shower when Lisa Bowen comes in and she says she'd heard a lot about the Son of Nemesis and he was this big time prospect, and she thought maybe he could be the steam engine that carried her to the top. But he keeps letting her down. If Ash doesn't start impressing her soon, she might find someone else to...hitch her little caboose to. She pulls his towel away from around his midsection and walks away without even so much as a glance. And Ash finally lets the breath he was holding out
Rating: D+ (52) (that's good improvisation)

Phonse Lockett is at the CWB logo with his guests at this time, the Boston Openweight Champion Ernest Youngman and his lovely apprentice Mercedes Gimenez. Phonse says that Youngman knows the credentials of Donnie J, that he owns the Southwest indies right now, and what Youngman is going to do to defend the honor of Boston. Gimenez runs off her mouth in Spanish, but Youngman tells her to chill out. Everything Phonse said is right, because Donnie J is one of the pillars of Independent Wrestling. When everyone out west sold out, he bought in, and he's earned his reputation. But right now The Assassin of the Squared Circle is earning his reputation too. Youngman will fight anyone, anytime, and if they want a crack at this (he says patting the Openweight Title around his waist) then he will give it to them. But it doesn't matter who is on the hunt for what he has, how big or small, accomplished or not, once you put yourself in his crosshairs, the only thing that he can guarantee is that one way or another, you will get crossed off the Hit List. Believe that
Rating: C- (55)


Boston Openweight Title Match
Donnie J vs. Ernest Youngman
Donnie J (17:05) via Death on Miami Beach
Youngman and Donnie J shake hands to start the match and go after each other with wreckless abandon and put on a show for the audience. The match turns late though, as Youngman and Donnie J go at each other but J lands a shotgun dropkick on Kurt Lovenkrantz that absolutely murders him. Shoot Club hits the ring and goes after both Donnie J and Youngman, as they've been thorns in their sides, but the combatants come together to run Shoot Club off. As they remove the tag team from the ring, in slides Spencer Spade with the Boston Openweight Title and he bashes Youngman's head in from behind. Mercedes jumps on the apron in protest and Spade reminds her that he will murder her if she gets in his way and she stays safely back. Spade then looks J in the eye and tells him that when he wins, he owes Spade one and leaves the ring as the crowd begs Donnie not to win it this way. But as Youngman pulls himself dazed onto his feet he gets dropped again with the Death on Miami Beach. Spade has revived the ref and Lovenkrantz counts to 3, making Donnie J the new Boston Openweight Champion
Rating: C- (58) (stupid money match chemistry bomb)


Shoot Club gets back in the ring and gets in Donnie J's face...until they hug and Shoot Club lifts the new champion on their shoulders, while Sperncer Spade mocks Youngman and Gimenez and reminds them that nobody receives representation without taxation in Spencer Spade Country. NOBODY. The CZCW contingent continues to celebrate as Championship Wrestling From Boston comes to a close
Rating: D+ (48)


Final Grade: C- (56)
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HOLLA HOLLA BOOM!

#DaBomb
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Post by Jama7301 » Sat Feb 21, 2015 5:44 pm

Fuck SPade

Fuck Shoot Club

Fuck Donny J

Fuck Spade again.

Boston is full of awful people.

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RPW Painkiller VI
Saturday, Week 1, June 2015
War Memorial Auditorium (Mid West)
Attendance: 1,341

We open the show with the lights low. They start to flash, slowly at first, as smoke fills the entryway. The lights come up fully, and in the smoke, we see three figures, posing with their arms extended. The smoke clears, and we see it’s the Disposable Heroes. They run down the ring, sliding under the bottom rope. They reach the center, and strike their pose again, with Mystery Man in the middle, as Kazebushi and Slayyer mirror each other on the side.

Rating: E+ (35)

Slayyer vs Bob Casey
Throughout the course of this match, we see Mystery Man and Kazebush reacting on the outside with shock and worry whenever Slayyer gets hit. As Slayyer starts to get a head of steam, Mystery Man and Kazebushi extend their arms towards Slayyer, and start moving their fingers, chanting “Dead Zone, Dead Zone”. Slayyer pumps up, as if energized by some force, and loads up his Spinning release fisherman’s buster, and puts Casey out of his misery.
Slayyer def Bob Casey via Dead Zone

Rating: E (26 – Bad Manager Chemistry on both sides)

Mystery Man vs Sammy the Shark
This match starts with Mystery Man with his hands on his hips, as if he had already spent some of his energy. This match is a little more competitive than the first, but soon, Mystery Man takes control. He ramps up his offense, knocking Sammy down with a leaping forearm. Mystery Man scales the ropes, then poses for a few seconds. Mystery Man leaps from the top rope, and swings his arm diagonally in front of him. He hits the mat and rolls past Sammy, who stays on his feet. Mystery Man stays crouched though, holding the arm he swung straight, still pointed at the ground. Suddenly, Sammy falls down behind him, and Mystery Man leaps to make the cover.
Mystery Man def Sammy The Shark via Flying Karate Chop

Rating: E+ (35)

As the trio of masked heroes celebrate in the ring together, they’re cut short by Drake Young and his massive entourage. “Oh come on” Young opens. “This is such a farce. You, you three really believe you’re some trio of heroes from a TV show?” As if in response, the three take their pose again, staring down Drake Young. Young pinches the bridge of his nose. “This is so stupid. Moore… just... go do the thing. Go break the small one.” Moore obliges, and heads up onto the apron, as Slayyer and Mystery Man leave the ring for the next match.

Rating: C (61)

Kazebushi vs Austin Moore
Kazebushi starts off fast, trying to keep the big man off balance. It doesn’t quite work, as Moore takes early control. Kazebushi starts to fight back, and manages to knock Moore to the mat with a series of kicks. He ramps up, strikes a pose, and goes for a running leg drop, but Moore rolls out of the way, and takes back control. Moore slaps on a bear hug, and Kazebushi struggles. Mystery Man and Slayyer try to will on Kazebushi, and get the crowd chanting for him. Kazebushi fights his way free of the bear hug, and builds up a head of steam again. He rallies around the crowd, and knocks Moore down again, pumps himself up, and goes for the running legdrop again. This time he connects. Instead of going for the cover though, he climbs the top rope, and strikes his pose again, and goes for a diving legdrop from the top rope. Moore rolls out of the way, as Kazebushi crashes to the mat. From there, it’s academic, as Moore picks up the scraps with a thundering Full Nelson Slam. As Kazebushi hits the mat from the slam though, Slayyer and Mystery Man throw themselves backwards into the barricade, as if caught by some invisible concussive force.
Austin Moore def Kazebushi via Full Nelson Slam

Rating: E (28)

Back from a short break, we see Marc Raisin in the ring. We then see a man come out from behind the curtain, sporting a brass cuirass, an open robe, and an olive branch wrapped around the back of his head. He walks out with a sneer under his upturned nose. The enormous man enters the ring, looking down his nose at Mark Raisin. He removes his robe, armor and olive branch, and walks up to Marc, backing him into a corner, before the ref pulls him back to start the match.

Rating: C (62)

Marc Raisin vs Marcus Lucillius
This… is a straight up massacre.
Marcus Lucillius def Marc Raisin via Backdrop Piledriver

Rating: D (45)

Marcus barks to the crowd, saying that he is not entertained, demanding another opponent. He is obliged by Tony Chambers.

Rating: C (63)

Tony Chambers vs Marcus Lucillius
Another disaster for the opposition.
Marcus Lucillius def Tony Chambers via Inverted Piledriver

Rating: E+ (32)

Marcus Lucillius stands above a wounded Chambers. He extends a fist straight out, before giving a thumbs down. He picks Chambers up off the mat, and plants him with another Inverted Piledriver. He demands a mic, and the ringside worker obliges him. Marcus says that he is not entertained. He asked for a champion that will truly amuse him for longer than five minutes. If there is no such champion here, he will be forced to find his own to occupy him.

Rating: E- (22 – Chambers, you had one job, acting like a wounded man on the mat, and you tanked on improve. So did Bulldozer, but he built up equity dammit)

We cut to a quick pre-taped promo of Rayne Man and Cal Sanders. Rayne Man says that it’s been too long since he’s held a title here in RPW. He says he’s staking his claim to the spotlight right now, and if he has to go through Drake Young and his monsters to do it, so be it. The Rains of Rebirth are coming.

Rating: D (46)

Live in the ring, we see Drake Young and the rest of Punchline. Drake Young says that he’s sick of people who don’t have a sense of humor. Running Wolf took offense at his lighthearted, good natured, playful, and downright RESPECTFUL jab at him. Now he’s dealing with a man who likes to make water puns? Young shakes his head and then asks why does he get all the crazies. It doesn’t matter, after tonight, they’ll just prove that Rayne Man and Cal Sanders are just two more jokes, waiting for their Punchline.

Rating: C- (56)

RPW Tag Team Championship

Rayne Man & Cal Sanders vs Punchline (Primus Allen & Steel) (c) w/ Drake Young & Austin Moore
Sanders and Rayne Man prove to be the better technicians early in the match, as they manage to neutralize the early power advantage. The big men start to teeter, but they don’t quite fall. Steel ducks to the outside to stop the momentum of their opponents. Sanders sees this, and gathers a head of steam, hits the ropes, and dives over the top onto Steel, but the powerhouse manages to catch him, and slam him back-first into the corner post. Steel and Allen take control from here, isolating Sanders in their corner and using their power to brutalize him. This continues for a short bit, until Sanders gets a bit of separation on Steel with a DDT counter. Both men make the tags and Rayne Man comes in hot, laying into Allen with clotheslines, until the third one finally drops the big man. He starts to build a head of steam, but Drake Young hops up on the apron, and distracts him. That distraction is enough for Allen to gather himself, and nail Rayne Man in the back of the head with a forearm. Punchline is in firm control, until Rayne Man slides out of a Powerbomb and makes the desperation tag to Sanders. Sanders comeback starts strong, but it starts to sputter, as the earlier damage starts to catch up to him. It all comes to a head when Steel hoists him up into position, and Allen hits the ropes. As they level Sanders with the Lariat Bomb, Austin Moore at ringside pulls Rayne Man off the apron and throws him into the barricade.
Rating: D (42)

Punchline stands tall in the ring, with Drake Young scampering around Primus Allen and Steel like an energetic ferret. Drake Young climbs onto the turnbuckle, acting like he’s the one who won the title. Primus Allen and Steel notice Sanders still on the mat, and they signal to each other. Steel grabs the arms, and Allen grabs the feet of Sanders, as they begin to lift him up. They swing him back and forth a few times, before they toss Sanders near the ropes, the force causing Sanders to bounce out under the bottom rope. Young claps and laughs, amused by the goings on. He raises the hands of his two champions, as Austin Moore prowls on the outside as security.
Punchline (Primus Allen & Steel) def Rayne Man & Cal Sanders via Lariat Powerbomb

Rating: C- (57)

We see Matthew Keith backstage getting ready for his match tonight, when he is approached by Clifford Crash. Clifford Crash asks if Keith has any thoughts about the title change last show. Matthew Keith finishes taping his hands before replying, saying quietly that he doesn’t care. Crash says he didn’t hear that, and Keith says coldly that he doesn’t care. It doesn’t matter who the champion is, because all they’re doing is keeping it warm until I take it back. Flash, Glenn, hell, the President of the United States could hold the title, and I’ll be there to take it from them. Keith stands up, then asks if Crash minds moving, he’s gotta get out to the ring.

Rating: D (46)

Matthew Keith vs Dean Daniels
Early feeling out period from these two, as they try to get a gauge on the opponent’s abilities. After an early chain wrestling exchange that ends in a stalemate, the two stare each other down for a moment. Keith then rushes Daniels, grabbing a headlock, and punching the top of the head. Daniels slips out and behind Keith, nailing him with a German Suplex. The two continue in this ebb and flow, neither one managing to string together a solid run of offense. This continues for some time, until Daniels manages to hit a super German Suplex onto Matthew Keith. Dean gets on a roll, but can’t put away Keith. Keith begins to fire up, and starts taking Daniels to task. Daniels goes for a desperation rollup, even grabbing the tights of Keith, but it’s not enough to deny the determination of Matthew Keith, as he wraps up Daniels in the Proton Lock.
Matthew Keith def Dean Daniels via Proton Lock

Rating: C+ (68)

As Keith is celebrating his win in the ring, the NEW RPW Champion, Steve Flash, steps out from behind the curtain, staring down Matthew Keith. Keith matches his gaze, and points at Flash, signaling he’s coming for him.

Rating: C- (54)
Show Rating: C (60)
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Post by GooberBM » Wed Feb 25, 2015 4:02 pm

They way you segmented the show was pretty fancy.

Disposable Heroes section - That was a lot of fun. Drake Young being the party pooper is pretty fun, when he's such a tasteless asshole. *sighs* "Go break the small one". That is surprisingly super villain-esque. There very much could be a lot of mileage in DH vs. Punchline. I like it.

Marcus Lucillius section - Damn, that is a bad man. I sure don't think he understands what an olive branch is supposed to be for. God help the babyfaces

Big Boys section - There were a lot of successful grades there sir. Taking the guys with popularity and then smashing them into each other is going to pay off for you. I just hope Matt Keith doesn't end up like KC Glenn....

Very nice show man, good job making that popularity work for you to get them grades
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Championship Wrestling From Boston
Sunday Week 1 June 2015 The Den (New England) Attendance: 1489


Pre-Show Match: JoeJI - Regular Joe & JOJI & Paradigm vs. Paradox & Beauty Touch - Dermot O'Logical & Julius Moor
Dermot (5:48) via Deep Clean on JOJI
Rating: D- (40)

Before our announce team can open the show properly, the CZCW contingent of Shoot Club and the new Boston Openweight Champion Donnie J comes down to ringside. Donnie, draped in his three titles, looks confused as the crowd rains boos down on him. He simply doesn't understand the vile and vitriol he's received the last few weeks. He is a born champion, look at him: The L-Ring Intercontinental Title, the Coastal Zone Championship, and the new addition to the collection the Boston Openweight Championship, all belong to the best wrestler on the planet. They belong to Donnie J. But the fans act like he...he stole it. Donnie J didn't tell Shoot Club to get involved, and he even sent them packing from the ring. Shoot Club "begrudgingly" nods to this. And Donnie J certainly didn't tell Spencer Spade to drop Ernest Youngman with the Supreme Stunner. But if anyone of the fans had been in the same situation what would you have done? You would have pinned Youngman too. Because when the opportunity presents itself, you take it. That's what champions do. And obviously, you are looking at the most decorated champion in the world today.
Donnie J is interrupted from speaking further by the former Openweight Champion and the thorn in Shoot Club's side, as Ernest Youngman and Jerry Martin come out. Youngman knows that Donnie J isn't wrestling tonight. The new "boss" in CWB has given the champion the night off but Youngman promises that it won't be long, before he crosses that smug face off his Hit List, and takes back his Openweight Title. Martin also notes that his partner, Steve Flash, has a match tonight and Martin is just itching to bash in the faces of the guys that cost him a shot at the Boston Tag Team titles. Shoot Club is decidedly not interested in this turn of events and decline the offer, until the Boss of CWB, Cherry Bomb, comes out and says that what Shoot Club wants doesn't really matter, and since the crowd here wants to see it, she's going to give them what they want and makes the tag match for right now!
Rating: C- (54)


Ernest Youngman & Jerry Martin vs. Shoot Club - Al Coleman & Marc Speed
Youngman (11:43) via The Hit on Coleman
Coleman and Speed try to push back and survive but they sure do pay for their sins tonight, as Youngman blasts Coleman with The Hit
Rating: C- (58)


With that out of the way our announce team of Lockett, Curran, and Buentello open the show with discussion of the feud between Monster Inc. and the masked luchadors of CWB, with The Monster facing Amazing Fire Fly and the main event of Acid II taking on El Mitico.
We then go to the CWB logo where Katie Cameron is with the full roster of Monster Inc. She asks The Monster if he feels like tonight is the end of his crusade and The Monster replies that the end is nigh. Especially for Annoying Fire Flys....
Rating: D (43)


The Monster vs. Amazing Fire Fly
Monster (7:04) via Fall From Grace
The poet who didn't know it has had his hands full over Fire Fly's time in Boston and he has more than one improbable victory over The Monster. Tonight, the big guy puts it right and squashes the bug rightly
Rating: C (62)

Austin Smooth vs. Outlaw Wes Revell
Smooth (7:39) via Fireman's Carry Cutter
Austin Smooth comes out and takes care of business, though it took a bit as Revell had the Smooth Hold well scouted. So if he can't lock that in to tap Revell out, he'll break out a brand new finisher, and takes out the Outlaw another way
Rating: C (63)


Katie Cameron is in the ring this time to interview the New England Revolution. Well Masked Patriot gets in the ring as The Pilgrim does his Goodie Giveaway, which the crowd is excited for until they realize he's handing out carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, and other produce instead of candy and goodies. Masked Patriot says that the days of pandering to the crowd...to the people are over. The people are slow, lazy, malcontents that don't know what they want, let alone what they need. Well, the Revolution is here to fill in the blanks for them, and to fill in the blanks here (he says pointing to his waist). Two weeks from now you will have a new pair of champions to look up to and be proud of. Champions that will usher in a new era of prosperity to Boston and give you what you really need. In two weeks, the Revolution goes gold
Rating: D (46)


Nigel Svensson vs. Masked Patriot
Patriot (14:17) via Patriot Slam
Nigel Svensson cares not for your Revolution and he goes after Patriot with gusto, but he lets the Hyper Extension Arm Lock go on a writhing Patriot when The Pilgrim throws a tomato at Nigel. Nigel leaves the ring to chase Pilgrim but slides into the ring and gets sideswiped by a rejuvenated Patriot who then hits the Patriot Slam
Rating: C (59)

Anders Thunder vs. The Pilgrim
Anders (5:32) via Side Bear Hug
We go right into the next match that sees Anders batter Pilgrim around but there will be no reprieve for Pilgrim when he gets caught in the Side Bear Hug as Svensson cuts of Patriot before he can interfere
Rating: D (42)


Swedish Muscle celebrates and lets New England Revolution know that their revolution will not be televised
Rating: C- (55)

We go to Spencer Spade's locker room where he and Ash Campbell are conducting a strategy session until they are interrupted by Lisa Bowen. She tells Spade to keep his mouth shut while the SWF kids talk, since he's just a lowly flunk-out. Spade bristles and tells Campbell he'll see him in the ring.
Bowen asks if Campbell has given any thought to her proposition, and Campbell cozies up to Bowen and tells her to watch what he does out there tonight, and then they can sit down and discuss...business arrangments. Bowen jumps and asks Campbell if he has any plans for her caboose? Campbell looks surprised and then points, and Bowen turns to see BLM with two handfuls of her bottom as he toots "choo choo" before dashing away. Bowen, to her eternal credit, keeps her composure but calmly requests the head of that degenerate. Campbell promises to comply
Rating: C- (55)


Steve Flash vs. Henry Bennett
Flash (7:29) via Flash Bang
The old war horses go at it, and Steve Flash shows he's still got a little something in the tank, beating the veteran Bennett
Rating: D (44)


Cherry Bomb has El Mitico meeting with her in her office and we catch the tail end of the conversation with Mitico demanding a match against The Monster. Cherry Bomb understands his complaint and she agrees he will get a match with The Monster...if he wins tonight. Mitico is pleased and tells us to consider it done.
The announcers discuss the new stakes added to the main event, and see this as a motivating factor Mitico to get his shot at The Monster
Rating: C- (53)


Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr., Boriken Love Machine Jr. & Ekuma vs. Spencer Spade, Ash Campbell & Kirk Drury
Campbell (8:55) via Shooting Star Press on BLM
Campbell does this one for the Little Caboose, as he makes an example out of the Exotico
Rating: C- (58)

El Mitico Jr. vs. Acid II
Mitico (23:18) via Northern Lights Suplex
Acid II came out to prove that he's not just a lackey, and he showed that he's got a lot of ability in him. But El Mitico Jr. shows why he's a champion in Mexico, and very soon could be a champion in Boston too, by beating Acid and earning himself a date with The Monster
Rating: B- (73)


Cherry Bomb comes to the ring and asks for the Openweight Champion Donnie J and the former champion Ernest Youngman. The two men come down and Cherry Bomb hasn't been on the job long but she knows these are the tough decisions she has to make. The way Donnie J won the title was controversial, to say the least, and that's why she has to address this now. Ernest Youngman will get the first shot at Donnie J and the Boston Openweight Title, at the next CWB show. Youngman looks pleased and Donnie J looks unmoved.
Donnie says that he is not here to back down from any challenger and yes, Ernest Youngman was the best Boston had to offer...and then Donnie J beat him. It doesn't matter who interfered, that was the unchanging fact. Ernest Youngman wasn't going to beat Donnie J on that night, and he won't beat Donnie J on any other night so you can have your rematch if you want. Youngman can just go to the back of the line that much faster.
Youngman takes off his shades and tells Donnie J to listen good: He may be God's gift to the South West and Hawaii, but they both know the truth. Donnie J is second rate. That's why he's still in the minor leagues collecting titles. Youngman doesn't collect titles, he sets standards. There is no finer young athlete in the world of professional wrestling, and that title of his that Donnie J holds will be the finest title in the world when Youngman is done. Nobody makes a name off of Ernest Youngman, because he will be the standard bearer so he hopes Donnie J is prepared for a fight because when they go one-on-one...
Cherry Bomb has to stop Youngman there, because she never said anything about this being a one-on-one match. In fact, someone has made a very compelling argument to being the truly deserving contender and so he will be in the match for the Boston Openweight Title. Both Donnie J and Youngman are confused...until the music of the Supreme Star plays and Spencer Spade comes out giving Cherry Bomb a hug and kiss in the faces of his opponents. He simply reminds them what he told them both: Donnie J was going to owe him one and it's time to pay up. And baby assassin...there's no representation without taxation and it's time for you to pay what you owe, with interest. Spencer feints at swinging on Youngman and just walks out with Cherry Bomb as Donnie J and Youngman look sideswiped as Championship Wrestling From Boston comes to an end
Rating: C- (58)


Final Grade: C (65)
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There's no worse sign for how a show is going to end than to see such unmitigated nice things in the opener.
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Post by Jama7301 » Wed Mar 04, 2015 4:32 pm

Fucking

Spencer

Spade.

There is a special circle in hell, JUST FOR HIM.

It's so fucking amazing how his disgusting act can completely and utterly overshadow EVERYTHING on these shows. BLM is being fantastic, New England Revolution are awful people, and Mitico and Acid tore the house down, but the only fucking takeaway is goddamned, motherfucking, Spencer Spade.
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He's literally the worst thing.
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by Jama7301 » Wed Mar 04, 2015 10:08 pm

RPW Blackout VI
Saturday, Week 3, June 2015
War Memorial Auditorium (Mid-West)
Attendance: 1,872

Pre-Show
Gopher & The Ant (Topher Smith & Ant Man), Amazing Fire Fly, Nigel Svensson & Tony Chambers def Sammy the Shark, Dermott Ayres, Titan, Jazz Funk, & Bob Casey via Hyper Extension Arm Lock on Jazz Funk.
Rating: E+ (31)

Matty Faith def Cal Sanders via Faith Falls Eternal (Fireman’s Carry Slam)
Rating: E+ (32)

Main Show

Steve Flash vs Tony Chambers
The newly crowned RPW Champion graces us with his presence in the ring, but it doesn’t last long, as he makes quick work of Chambers.

Steve Flash def Tony Chambers via Flash Bang
Rating: D (44)

Chambers rolls out of the ring, and scurries up the ramp, as the Champion celebrates in the ring with his title. After we see him celebrate with Frank Harriet for a bit, the camera goes backstage, and we see Tony Chambers approached by a figure cloaked in shadows. All we see are two hands coming out of the darkness. One holding a microphone, and the other holding a bowtie with the letters DH emblazoned on it.

Rating: D- (38)

Ryan Turner vs Stink
Stink makes his RPW debut with a bang, as he puts Ryan Turner out with a vicious running avalanche.

Stink def Ryan Turner via Stink Bomb (Corner Avalanche to seated opponent)
Rating: E+ (33)

We go to the interview area as Clifford Crash welcomes the RPW Champion, and the rest of Then, Now, Forever. Crash asks Flash how it feels to be the RPW Champion once again, but he’s met with nothing but an icy glare from Flash. Crash then follows up by asking about Matthew Keith’s indication that he’s gunning for Flash. Flash snatches the mic out of Crash’s hand, and tells him to get out of here. This is HIS interview, HIS microphone, and HIS camera. Crash backs out of the shot, as Flash hands the mic to Frank. Frank says that the RPW Championship is back in the hands of a true professional wrestler, not some gymnast who pretended to be a wrestler, nor some second generation failure. Matthew Keith is nobody. He doesn’t exist. Everything about him is aped from his old man, from his wrestling moves, down to his stupid haircut. Matthew Keith doesn’t exist, he’s just a pale imitation of his father. Frank hands the mic back to Flash, who simply states that playtime’s over.

Rating: D+ (51)

Sweet & Sour make their way to the ring, dancing to their music, as a groupie chases after them.

Rating: D (43)

Mark Smart & Marc Raisin vs Sweet & Sour (Flash Savage & J Cool)
Smart and Raisin’s inexperience as a team shows hear, as it keeps them from really finding a real groove against the musicians. Raisin starts to build some momentum for his team late, and starts lighting up J Cool with some chops and kicks. As he starts to set up for the Raisin D’etre, Smart tags himself in. As Raisin looks at his partner, surprised, J Cool manages to make a tag. Flash comes in flying, and knocking Raisin off the apron as soon as he gets to the outside. Smart takes a wild swing, but Flash ducks it, and rolls up Smart. He puts his feet up on the ropes for good measure, and the ref doesn’t notice, as he counts the three.

S&S def Marc Raisin & Mark Smart via Flash pinning Smart using the ropes.
Rating: E+ (34)

Sweet and Sour dance their way to the back, groupie in tow.

Rating: D+ (49)

Clifford Crash welcomes Matthew Keith to the interview area. Crash asks he has any replies to what Steve Flash and Frank Harriet said earlier tonight. Matthew Keith brushes off the question, and instead says that Steve Flash is ducking him. He says he made his intentions perfectly clear last show, but instead, Flash faces some scrub who doesn’t know a headlock from head lice instead of me. It doesn’t matter though, tonight, he’s going to prove that he deserves a title shot tonight, by beating another industry vet, Paul Steadyfast. Keith says he hopes the champ is watching, because he’s got this whole wrestling thing down to a science.

Rating: C (62)

We hear the start of the Disposable Heroes music, but instead of the trio, Tony Chambers steps onto the ramp, mic in hand. He says “The last time we saw our intrepid heroes, they werefacing a trio of terrible trials. First, Slayyer faced the fearsome Bob Casey. Through help from his teammates, and the RPW Universe, Slayyer was able to build up enough energy to unleash the devastating Dead Zone. Then, Mystery Man squared off against the sinister Sammy the Shark. After a harrowing battle, Mystery Man came out on top, after unleashing his ultimate technique, the Sword Chop. After they were interrupted by Drake Young, Kazebushi faced his toughest challenge yet, Austin Moore. Kazebushi fought valiantly, but fell to the mountainous man. Who knows what trials face our heroes tonight, here in RPW.”
The trio then make their appearance, as they will all be in action in the next match.

Rating: D- (37)

Disposable Heroes (Kazebushi, Mystery Man & Slayyer) vs Marcus Lucillius
The three-on-one advantage proves to not matter one bit, as the ruthless Roman takes control early. As the match goes on, Drake Young saunters down to ringside to keep an eye on the action. Marcus isolates Kazebushi from the rest of his team, and that spells the downfall, as Kazebushi takes an Inverted Piledriver.

Marcus Lucillius def Disposable Heroes via Inverted Piledriver on Kazebushi.
Rating: D (45)

As Marcus Lucillius stands tall in the ring, nose upturned at the lack of entertainment, Drake Young is on the outside, taunting Disposable Heroes. As Lucillius takes his leave, Young gets into the ring with a microphone. He says, as Mystery Man and Slayyer help Kazebushi to the back, “Disposable Heroes everyone! The utterly worthless ‘heroes’ you all deserve.” He laughs for a second before introducing one half of the RPW Tag Team Champions, Primus Allen.

Rating: C (61)

Rayne Man vs Primus Allen w/ Drake Young
Drake Young spends most of this match trying to be a pest to Rayne Man. Rayne Man doesn’t play along, too much, after the early goings. He gives the powerhouse Primus Allen his full attention after Allen hits him with a clubbing blow to the back of his head. Allen tries to keep control of this pace, but Rayne Man slips in offense here and there, keeping Allen from really pounding Rayne Man into the dirt. Rayne Man starts to build a head of steam, and Drake Young hops on the apron. The ref warns Drake Young from afar that he needs to get down, as Rayne Man whips Primus Allen towards his stablemate. Allen hits the brakes as Young dives from the apron. As Allen comes to a halt, Rayne Man rolls him up from behind, and before Young can realize what’s going on, the ref counts 3.

Rayne Man def Primus Allen via rollup.
Rating: D (45)

Rayne Man starts to stare down Drake Young, and laugh at him, when suddenly, he’s struck from behind by Primus Allen. Young grabs a chair, and looks to go assist Allen, when Running Wolf comes tearing down the aisle, and jumps Drake Young at ringside. Young scurries off after the initial attack, as Running Wolf grabs the chair. Allen, seeing that he’s out numbered, and (maybe for the first time in his life) outgunned, leaves the ring and joins Drake Young. The two retreat up the aisle, yelling at Running Wolf and Rayne Man. Running Wolf says he’s not done with Drake by a long shot, as he points the chair at the retreating loudmouth. Rayne Man and Running Wolf celebrate in the ring, as Allen and Young head through the curtain.

Rating: C- (56)

Matthew Keith vs Paul Steadyfast
Keith quickly foregoes the feeling out phase, instead opting to launch a flurry of strikes from the bell. Steadyfast remains steadfast, and bides his time until he finds an opening. When one presents itself, he strikes, taking control of the match. Paul starts wrenching on the neck of Keith, looking to keep him subdued and force the submission. Keith refuses to quit though, and the crowd starts to get behind Keith. As Keith begins to work his way free, Steadyfast throws Keith to the mat backwards, then shushes the crowd, saying that Keith’s sleepy. He then picks Keith up off the mat and slaps on a sleeperhold, but Keith quickly flips Steadyfast over to break the hold. Keith is all fired up now, as he starts throwing forearms and uppercuts to stagger Steadyfast. Steadyfast tries to fight his way back into the match, but Keith is on too much of a roll to be stopped, eventually dropping Steadyfast with the Proton Plex.

Matthew Keith def Paul Steadyfast via Proton Plex
Rating: D+ (48)

As Matthew Keith is having his hand raised, Frank Harriet and the RPW Champion, Steve Flash, come out from behind the curtain, and stare down Matthew Keith for a moment before breaking out in sarcastic applause. As Keith has his eyes turned towards Flash and Frank, Matty Faith enters the ring and goes to attack Keith from behind. Keith notices the attack at the last second and ducks the clothesline. He catches Faith off the ropes with a knee to the midsection, before planting the rookie with the Proton Plex. Smirking, he returns his attention to Flash and Frank, inviting them to come to the ring. The two veterans and Keith end the show staring each other down.

Rating: D- (39)

Post Show

We go backstage to see a few chairs set up, and a card table. Behind the card table, sits Drake Young. He welcomes us to the Drake Young Show. His first guest at this time is Marc Raisin. Raisin sits down and Young sorts some (blank) papers. Young asks Marc how he’s been, and Marc says he’s been alright. Young asks what it felt like to have your tag team partner walk out on you, your idol ignore you, and to face Steve Flash and Frank Harriet in the same night. Marc stammers a bit, taken aback by the questions. He says that he and Dermott Ayres had been friends fo- Drake Young cuts him off with a “that’s great. Next question: Why did you pick Matthew Keith to idolize?” Marc starts again, saying that he admired the work that Mr. Keith had put into his craft, and tha- Drake Young cuts him off again, saying that’s all the time he has for this interview. He thanks Marc for his time, before he ushers Marc away.

Rating: D (42)

Drake young says that his next guest is one of the youngest members on the roster, and comes from the “prestigious” loins of Christian Faith, Matty Faith! Faith sits down, holding an ice pack to his neck. Drake Young asks what it’s like, being the son of a famous professional wrestler. Matty responds that it’s great. “I’ve gotten celebrity treatment all throughout my training, since nobody wanted to piss off the great Christian Faith. I graduated early out of his wrestling school, head of the class, and was fast tracked for a job in SWF. That is, until this dump hired me. I was told I needed to be a “free agent”, as a formality, and SWF had told people to not sign me, but this place apparently didn’t get the memo. Then my dad said that ‘a little seasoning never hurt anybody’. Psh, whatever dad.” Drake Young then asks why he’s aligned himself with Then, Now, Forever. Faith replies “Well, duh, he’s the Champ, and he was always gonna BE the champ. I need to surround myself with people worth my time. These two, well respected individuals are quite qualified, and definitely skilled enough to be my mentors. I mean, it doesn’t hurt that I paid them a couple thousand each to take me on as their protégé, but that’s besides the point.” Drake Young thanks Matty Faith for his time today, and with that, ends the first ever Drake Young Show.

Rating: D- (37)

Show Rating: D+ (52)
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