Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by GooberBM » Wed Apr 15, 2015 6:47 pm

Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents the Joint CILL Spectacular
Saturday Week 2 August 2015 Gutierrez Community Center (South Central Mexico) Attendance: 24


Pre-Show Match: Erenst Youngman vs. Dermot O'Logical
Youngman (4:41) via The Hit
Rating: D (43)
Pre-Show Angle: Youngman celebrates his win until the bad guy brigade of Acid & Monster, Felipe Caballero & Masked Patriot come out to mug at the crowd and treaten the Assassin, until Jerry Martin and Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr. come out to ward off the bad guys, and then they stay to high five the fans before the show
Rating: E+ (30)

The announce trio welcomes the audience to the CWB/CILL Joint show, here in Mexico, where the main event will feature Masked Patriot and New England Revolution's Mexican expatriot (puns!) Rapido, taking on CILL's Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr. and GSW's own, Fro Sure
Rating: E (24)


Flash Bomb - Steve Flash & Jerry Martin vs. Outlaw Wes Revell & Ash Campbell
Flash (8:20) via Flash Bang on Revell
Flash Bomb gets a good test from Ash Campbell but their team has gelled nicely in the last year and their unit shines bright
Rating: E+ (34)


Phonse Locket is in the back with Henry Bennett & Felipe Caballero for an interview. Henry Bennett has his first round match in the Commonwealth Cup against Austin Smooth coming up but he and the young Mexican get a chance to test their mettle tonight against the Openweight Champion, in tag action. Caballero doesn't take well to being overlooked and says they...Bennett will worry about the Commonwealth Cup when it's time for it, but right now, they get to send a direct message to not only Donnie J, but to Swedish Muscle: This team is the present and future of the business, and they will step on whomever it takes to get where they belong. And Felipe might not be in the Commonwealth Cup, but that doesn't mean that Donnie J should take him lightly, or he'll get burned by his Spanish Flame
Rating: E (26)


Donnie J (CZCW) & Paradigm vs. Felipe Caballero & Henry Bennett
Felipe (10:17) via Caballero Drop on Paradigm
Donnie J did, in fact, take this match too lightly, and his side paid the price for it. Caballero is able to drop Paradigm and he makes it clear that he's not going to wait in line, he wants a shot at Donnie J, regardless of the Commonwealth Cup tournament
Rating: D (46)

Julius Moor vs. Xavi Ferrera
Moor (5:19) via Charging Tackle
Two young talents come together in this match, but the bigger, stronger Moor blows through the young flyer
Rating: F (11) (stupid jobber match)


Moor stomps and growls around the ring after the match demanding a bigger challenge
Gabriel Buentello is in the back with his guests at this time, Monster Inc. They are scheduled for a trios match, against Regular Joe and Wild and Free, and before he can ask if they have any thoughts, The Monster shakes him off and grabs his wrist with the microphone in it. Monster Inc. owns CWB, no matter where CWB goes. Tonight, is just another reminder of what they're capable of
Rating: E+ (31)


Monster Inc. - The Monster, Acid II & Kirk Drury vs. Regular Joe & Wild and Free - Amazing Fire Fly & Boriken Love Machine Jr.
Fire Fly (18:20) via Sky High Fire Fly on Drury
The young trio gives Monster Inc. a go: BLM and AFF show no fear and Regular Joe hangs in there, keeping Acid occupied going into their upcoming Commonwealth Cup match. The tide turns when Pettle tries to interject herself, only to be wiped out by what appears to be a female luchador in a...purple mask. She runs off before anyone can make heads or tails of it, and it leaves Kirk Drury exposed long enough to be nailed by the Sky High Fire Fly and the good guys pull a rabbit out of their hat
Rating: D (45)


Phonse Lockett is in the back to interview Fro Sure and Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr. The duo admits they don't know each other, and they don't have the tag team chemistry of New England Revolution, but they've got the people of Mexico on their side, and NE Rev has...nothing but lies and propaganda. Eventually, you have to back up your words and they'll prove that those bozos are all show and no go...Fro Sure
We go to the ring where Masked Patriot & Rapido make their entrance and Patriot takes a mic. They showed the lengths New England Revolution will go to, to cleanse CWB. The false prophet KC Glenn is dead, buried and laid to rest at the feet of Masked Patriot. Now he's back in this cesspool of South Eastern Mexico, and he's going to bury one of their heroes. Here will lie the final resting place of Dragon Del...get a shorter name, gringo...but this will be his final resting place after he meets the same fate as all the other false prophets that challenge his Revolution
Rating: E+ (34)


Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr. (CILL) & Fro Sure (GSW) vs. Masked Patriot & Rapido (CILL)
Dragon (14:44) via Dragon Driver '07 on Rapido
That isn't actually meant to be, however, as Fro Sure and Patriot cancel each other out, the obvious tensions with them both still alive in the Commonwealth Cup obvious to all that have eyes. But when you leave Rapido at the mercy of one of CILL's finest, the result is not really in doubt. Dragon brings it home for his duo in style and the good guys celebrate to end this CWB/CILL joint show
Rating: C- (54)


Final Grade: D (46)
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by Jama7301 » Mon Apr 20, 2015 7:15 pm

Ernest Youngman, working the dark. Man, how the mighty have fallen.

STUPID JOBBER MATCH!!!!!!!

Suck on that, Monster Inc. Take your stupid nepotistic asses, and get beat by the most fun team in CWB.

Boooooo, Booooo Masked Patriot, booooooooooo.

Also, suck it Masked Patriot. Maybe brainwash someone more competent next time.

Your Mexico shows are easy breezy. You save your super scandalous and important stuff for CWB, so these joint shows are a nice treat.
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Post by Jama7301 » Mon Apr 20, 2015 7:38 pm

RPW International Incident
Saturday, Week 3, August 2015
Matsumoto Hall (Tohoku, Japan)
Attendance: 12

We open the show with Mito Miwa in the ring, introducing the maiden voyage of Rapid Pro Wrestling to the land of the Rising Sun. Miwa welcomes one of the core members of the RPW roster, Matthew Keith, out to the ring. The two shake hands, and Keith thanks the audience for coming out. The good times are brought to a halt though, when the masked menace, Acid, makes an appearance. He makes a beeline for the ring. He gets up into the face of Mito Miwa, and slaps him across the cheek. Matthew Keith steps in to intervene. Acid just points at Miwa over Keith’s shoulder, before backing off. Before he leaves the ring, he spits at Matthew Keith, and heads up the aisle to the back.

Rating: D (47)

Then, Now, Forever comes out to the ring, holding an American Flag, waving it proudly. As the trio stands tall in the ring, Flash unfurls a small Japanese flag. He waves it a bit, before he drops it on the ground. He then signals, and Frank and Faith start stomping the flag. As the crowd starts booing, Kazebushi comes out, and says in Japanese that how dare they desecrate the proud flag of Japan. He says that maybe someone should teach them a lesson in respect. He signals to the back, and Mystery Man and Slayyer come out, and rush the ring. The two teams stare down each other, as a referee runs to the ring, and we have our first match of the night.

Rating: F+ (14)

Disposable Heroes (Kazebushi, Slayyer, & Mystery Man) vs Then, Now, Forever (RPW Champion Steve Flash, Frank Harriet, & Matty Faith)
Disposable Heroes are out for a fight, and Kazebushi is especially fired up tonight. He presses the pace on the older Frank Harriet, forcing him to catch his breath. Frank tags in Faith, but Kazebushi is on a roll. He goes to the ropes for a springboard, but Steve Flash decks him with a stiff right arm. Seeing this, Mystery Man and Slayyer hit the ring, and dive through the ropes at Flash and Frank, who was catching his breath still. In the ring, Matty Faith has returned to his feet, and rolls up a still staggered Kazebushi, securing the pinfall for his team.

TNF Def Disposable Heroes via Rollup on Kazebushi
Rating: E (26)

Backstage, we see Mito Miwa and Matthew Keith talking, saying that they need to find one more for their match tonight. Keith agrees, but he says most of the roster didn’t travel today, due to some complications. Mito says it doesn’t matter, just find someone, anyone. Keith nods, and goes to turn, but he comes face-to-face with Nigel Svensson. He bows to Mito Miwa, and says that he’d be honored to team with them tonight. Miwa asks Keith if he’s any good. Keith claps Nigel on the shoulder and says he’s the best we’ve got.
Acid is pacing backstage, when Dean Daniels walks into shot, saying that he wants to help him destroy Matthew Keith. Acid says he doesn’t care about his feud with the young Keith. He just wants to take a pound of flesh from Miwa. He asks if Daniels has any other friends that they can count on. Daniels says he knows a guy who will lend a hand. Some might say he’s got a steady hand, and knows how to take care of business. Acid says he’s got no time for games. Get your friend and let’s go.

Rating: D+ (50)

Mito Miwa, Matthew Keith & Nigel Svensson vs Acid, Dean Daniels & Paul Steadyfast
This match starts off with Keith and Steadyfast locking up. The two trade submissions, fighting for early dominance for their team. After a stalemate, Keith and Steadyfast tag out, and Acid and Nigel enter. Acid tries to turn the speed up, but Nigel’s able to keep up enough to prevent Acid from gaining too much of an advantage. Acid manages to ground Nigel with a leg sweep, and proceeds to start dropping legdrops and stomps onto Nigel. Acid drags Nigel over to his corner, and his team starts to make quick tags, working over Nigel. Steadyfast in now, and he whips Nigel into a corner hard. Nigel roars out of the corner with a huge clothesline though, sending both men to the mat. Nigel starts slapping the mat, as he slowly stands up. Steadyfast is to his feet first, and he chops Nigel, but Nigel only flinches. Paul goes for another chop, and Nigel flinches less. Steadyfast tries one more time, but Nigel catches his arm, and traps it, and starts delivering some chops of his own to Steadyfast’s chest. Steadyfast is staggered, and Nigel drives a knee into the gut of Steadyfast, which sends Paul crashing to the mat. Nigel is now spent, holding his chest, as he staggers over to his corner, tagging in Miwa, much to the crowd’s delight. He goes after Steadyfast, but Pual slips out of the ring, and staggers away from Miwa. Mito chases him to the outside, and catches the battered man from behind. He back suplexes Steadyfast onto the apron, and rolls him into the ring, but only secures a two count. Mito goes to press the attack, but Steadyfast thumbs the eye of Miwa, and scurries away. Daniels is back in, and tries to take over Miwa, but he can’t quite lock in anything. He manages to maneuver Miwa towards his corner, but can’t quite reach a tag. That doesn’t’ matter to Acid though, as he starts taking shots from the outside at Miwa. Not going to let this happen unchecked, Keith and Nigel rush across the ring, and take Acid and Steadyfast off the apron. The four are fighting on the outside, with Keith and Nigel gaining the upperhand. In the ring, Miwa whips Daniels off the ropes, hits the opposite ropes, and levels Daniels with the Pride Bomber (Double Axe Handle Clothesline), for the 1-2-3.

Mito Miwa, Matthew Keith & Nigel Svensson def Acid, Paul Steadyfast & Dean Daniels via Pride Bomber on Daniels
Rating: D+ (51)

Nigel and Keith return to the ring and celebrate with Mito Miwa. Matthew Keith takes a mic and says that he had a blast coming out here, and he hopes they can return again in the future. He then passes the mic to Nigel who says that he hopes to see some of them next time he’s on tour with one of the great Japanese promotions in the future. Nigel then hands the mic to Miwa who says that he’s going to RPW for a little while to show them the true spirit of Puroresu. The three then celebreate on the turnbuckles, before going out among the crowd, taking a few pictures and signing a few autographs before heading to the back.

Rating: D (46)
Show Rating: D+ (48)
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by GooberBM » Wed Apr 22, 2015 9:14 pm

TNF trying to be New England Revolution now? Get that weak game out of here. You're not cool, old guys.

Goddamn Kazebushi jobs out even in his home country. Poor son of a bitch.

Yay all that touring of Japan doing Nigel some good, getting to hob-nob with the big wigs Matt Keith and Mito Miwa.

That could not have been an easier-peasier show. That'll be fun to see you do it again sometime
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by GooberBM » Fri Apr 24, 2015 7:39 am

Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents The Commonwealth Cup: Round One
Saturday Week 4 August 2015 Reggie Lewis Center (New England) Attendance: 2289


Pre-Show Match: Steve Flash, Ekuma, Amazing Fire Fly & Paradigm vs. Ash Campbell, Masked Patriot, Outlaw Wes Revell & Paradox
Campbell (9:49) via Shooting Star Press on Fire Fly
Rating: C- (53)
Pre-Show Angle: The heels beat up on the faces till BLM comes out from the back and makes the save for the good guys
Rating: D (43)
Pre-Show Angle: Monster Inc. cuts an in-ring promo putting the squad over that they are about to unleash total domination on CWB and it starts tonight with Acid winning his first round match
Rating: D+ (48)

The announce trio of Curran, Buentello and Lockett open the show hyping up our Commonwealth Cup First Round matches:

Acid II vs. Regular Joe
Marc Speed vs. Fro Sure
The Pilgrim vs. Jerry Martin
Henry Bennett vs. Austin Smooth
Rating: C- (54)


Commonwealth Cup First Round Match
Acid II vs. Regular Joe
Acid (12:07) via Acid Rain Bomb
Acid remained in the ring and his first round match is the opener for the show. Regular Joe gives him a good battle and it seems like he's not phased by the moment or the threat levied by Monster Inc. but he is not able to overcome the blatant interference by Pettle, which distracts the ref from pinning Acid after the Joe and Behold. Joe tries to run Pettle off but he gets a rake to the eyes and a snap DDT from Acid, which leads to the Acid Rain Bomb being delivered and Monster Inc. is now 2 for 2 in the tournament
Rating: C (65)


Team CZCW comes out to the ring. Donnie J gloats that they have changed the landscape of Boston, since their arrival. The supposed heroes of Boston have fled, knowing that they cannot match the skill, the precision, the pedigree of the Coastal Zone tag champions Shoot Club and the three-crown champion Donnie J. He can't even find a challenge on this roster, and he would continue, except Felipe Caballero, Henry Bennett and Allison Addison come out to the ringside area. Caballero smiles and reminds Donnie J that they fought in Mexico, on Caballero's home turf, and Donnie J did not beat him, and as much fun as it is to hear Donnie J take credit for everything that happens in Boston, he's just a mercenary, and once someone takes what he thinks is his, he'll move on to somewhere else. But Boston is Henry Bennett's home, and it's Felipe Caballero's home too, and nobody messes up home but them. So while Bennett will earn his shot in the Commonwealth Cup, Felipe Caballero challenges Donnie J for tonight. Donnie J says he doesn't mind showing the little child how far away from the title he really is, but as for right now, he better get out of here before something bad happens to him. But as he's finishing saying that, Fro Sure attacks Marc Speed, and drives the rest of Team CZCW out of the ring as Kurt Lovenkrantz slides into position for our next match
Rating: D+ (48)


Commonwealth Cup First Round Match
Marc Speed (CZCW) vs. Fro Sure (GSW)
Fro (10:47) via DQ
Speed never could really get on track as Fro Sure kept the pressure up the whole way, and he wouldn't even let Speed take a cheap count out loss, so Speed tries to cheat, but that gets broken up too. Things finally fall apart irrevocably though when Al Coleman butts his nose into the match and helps Speed jump Fro, getting the match thrown out
Rating: C- (55)


Shoot Club tries to send a message to the roster through the GSW invitee but Fro is able to bounce back, hit Al Coleman with the Sure Thing and then clothesline Marc Speed out of the ring. Fro Sure celebrates after keeping the ring and says he's going to get to the Commonwealth Cup Finals, and win.
Gabriel Buentello is in the back to interview Beauty Touch, Dermot O'Logical & Julius Moor. The last time they talked Beauty Touch was just spinning their wheels but now they seem to be putting together momentum in the tag team division. Dermot agrees saying that with his brains and Moor's brawn it was only a matter of time till the inevitable happened. And now that they've got all of the stars aligned behind them, the rise of Beauty in this dark, ugly land called Boston shall begin
Rating: D+ (48)

A frustrated Regular Joe walks the backstage area when Simony Sentinel comes to him again. She saw what happened out there and she knows that if Joe would take her on as his partner, she could watch his back and make sure something like that doesn't go down again. Joe can't hide his frustration as he tells her that he doesn't want anyone getting in his way. He might not be good enough yet, but he's going to get there on his own with his own talent. He learned his lesson when his last partner disappeared. He's going to do this on his own. Joe bristles by Simony as she looks hurt for a moment, then gains a look of determination and chases after Joe
Rating: E (29)


Beauty Touch - Dermot O'Logical & Julius Moor vs. Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr (CILL) & Xavi Ferrera
Moor (6:27) via Charging Tackle on Xavi
The bad guys ate good tonight
Rating: D+ (49)

Al Coleman (CZCW) & Monster Inc. - The Monster & Kirk Drury vs. Ernest Youngman & Swedish Muscle - Anders Thunder & Nigel Svensson
Svensson (15:17) via Riksdag on Drury
An all-star level match, if ever there could be one, the action goes back and forth for long stretches, but of the 6 guys in this match, only one of them hasn't been at or near the top of the heap in Boston or elsewhere. That is the guy that dies tonight
Rating: C+ (66)


Katie Cameron gets in the ring to talk to the winners and Youngman takes the opportunity to quickly say that he hopes Donnie J was watching, before leaving the ring. She then asks Swedish Muscle where they go from here. Nigel says he does have his eye on the Commonwealth Cup, being in the second round but their focus is always on the Boston Tag Team Titles. They are the standard in the tag team division and they want every team to give it their best. Keep lining up and they'll keep knocking you down with the strength of SWEDISH MUSCLE
Rating: D+ (52)

Cherry Bomb is in her office with Donnie J and he wants an assurance that he is done with Youngman. Cherry Bomb assures him that he is at the back of the line, as per their previous discussion. Donnie is pleased and says that he will go get ready for his title match tonight when The Assassin Ernest Youngman interrupts. He said he couldn't help but overhear that he is at the back of the line. Well that's fine by him because he doesn't want Donnie J to see him coming. Donnie thinks he's got the world all fooled cause he wears a smile on his face and talks nice to the fans but he's just like the last piece of trash Youngman had to put a Hit on. And you see where that filth ended up. Keep crossing The Assassin and he promises the same fate to Donnie J. Donnie J looks unimpressed and pats Youngman on the shoulder, telling him to keep enjoying jerking the curtain, as he walks out of Cherry's office
Rating: C+ (68)

New England Revolution comes out to the ring, with Masked Patriot taking a mic and The Pilgrim, and his new lady friend Kamy Ling giving away healthy goodies at ringside. Masked Patriot wants to tell a story, a story of rebellion. In the face of despots and tyrants the United States once stood strong and defiant. We were a country that never used to stand for it when there was a fight to be had. But somewhere along the way, this country lost its spine. We lost in Vietnam. We lost the war on drugs. We live in a country where people are fat, obnoxious, stare at screens all day and are vapid wastes of space. Much like this guy was, before he saw the light. The Pilgrim gets in the ring and takes the mic from Patriot. Pilgrim concurs saying that he was a joke. A LAUGHING STOCK, that thought the fans laughter was a good thing, that they were entertained, but they were really just laughing at him because he was a loser. But Masked Patriot showed him the light and he started a revolution, inside The Pilgrim, and very soon in each and every one of the broken, wretched souls in the audience. And when you come around to their way of thinking -- You're still going to get your ass kicked, says Jerry Martin, as he and Steve Flash come out. Nobody wants to hear you talk, they just want to see me cave your face in so lets do this, RIGHT NOW
Rating: D (47)


Commonwealth Cup First Round Match
The Pilgrim vs. Jerry Martin
Martin (8:05) via Discus Punch
With Patriot and Kammy Ling nullified by the presence of Steve Flash, Jerry Martin is able fulfill his promise to knock Pilgrim out
Rating: D+ (50)

Boston Openweight Title Match
Donnie J (CZCW) vs. Felipe Caballero
Donnie J (12:56) via Death on Miami Beach
The young Mexican has his best showing in his CWB career, giving Donnie J more of a fight than he was probably expecting, but that doesn't mean the three-crown champion doesn't have this. And have it, he certainly does
Rating: C+ (69)


Austin Smooth enters Cherry Bomb's office and asks what she would like to talk about. Cherry says that she sees a lot of potential in young Mr. Smooth, but that he needs to prove to her that he's ready to take the next step in his evolution. It starts tonight with Henry Bennett. He agrees, and that he's had a taste of what its like to be at the top of the mountain and he likes it there. Cherry is glad to hear that, because if he wins tonight, he'll be lined up to give himself a real test, against the leader of Monster Inc. The Monster. Austin Smooth looks nonplussed and says if that's his road to the Commonwealth Cup he'll just walk it all the same, and he'll make it look smooth.

The announce team highlights the brackets for the second round of the Commonwealth Cup:

Lower Bracket
Nigel Svensson vs. Ash Campbell
Henry Bennett/Austin Smooth vs. The Monster

Upper Bracket
Acid II vs. Jerry Martin
Fro Sure vs. Masked Patriot
Rating: C- (57)


Commonwealth Cup First Round Match
Henry Bennett vs. Austin Smooth
Smooth (22:22) via Smooth Hold
This was both a technical affair and a bit of a brawl as Bennett brought the Japanese style to this match in spades, but young Smooth has spent time across the Pacific and he can hang with the old vet, and is able to find a way to counter out of the Figure Four, transition to Bennett's back and turn it into the Smooth Hold, tapping The Trouble out
Rating: C+ (69)


Smooth doesn't get much time to celebrate as Ash Campbell jumps Smooth after the match, laying him out with the Ash 2 Ash. Campbell stands over his downed competition and tells everyone that this is HIS time, as Championship Wrestling From Boston comes to a close
Rating: C- (58)


Final Grade: C+ (67)
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Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents The Commonwealth Cup: Round Two
Thursday Week 1 September 2015 The Den (New England) Attendance: 2000


The announce team of Lockett, Buentello, and Curran open the show with excitement about tonight's show which features the second round matches in this years Commonwealth Cup
Rating: D+ (48) (phonse & samuel struggled off script, gabriel did well)

The show starts in earnest, with Ash Campbell and Lisa Bowen making their way to the ring. They want us to know the rumors are true: Ash Campbell is amazing in bed. Lisa feigns blushing, but Ash says it's true. It's also true about the rumors surrounding Ash's opponent for tonight: Nigel Svensson is not in Boston tonight. He got a little boo-boo working somewhere else and can't be here tonight. So Ash Campbell proposes that he be rewarded his spot in the semifinals via forfeit and lets get this over with.
Cherry Bomb comes out and tells Ash that things aren't going to work quite like that. She doesn't feel it's very fair that Ash not have a match tonight while the other 6 men in the tournament have to fight, so she'll make him a deal. If Ash wins his match tonight, right now, then she will give Ash a forfeit victory over Svensson. If Ash can't win tonight, he'll have to face Nigel Svensson at the next CWB show, in their proper second round match, when Svensson is cleared for competition. Deal? Good. Cherry leaves before Ash can argue, as his opponent for tonight comes to the ring
Rating: C- (56)


Ash Campbell vs. Regular Joe
Joe (6:22) via Joe and Behold
Ash was completely taken by surprise and a very fired up Regular Joe wants to make amends for his recent shortcomings. And it looks like he's on his way, but Lisa Bowen starts getting herself involved in the match and that turns the tide. Ash is still a little off his game and Lisa keeps her presence felt even as Joe starts to make his comeback and gets on the apron to distract the ref. It works and both he and Joe are caught by her as Ash tries to divebomb Joe from behind, only someone in a Purple luchador mask comes flying off the top rope with a jumping knee strike into Ash's back. It draws everyone's attention, too late, and Joe is able to take the chance to hit the Joe and Behold and get the upset victory
Rating: D+ (50)


Joe looks on shocked as the...it appears to be a girl in the purple mask flutters away through the crowd, and Ash and Lisa rue their missed opportunity.

We go to the back where Katie Cameron is set to interview Monster Inc.'s Monster & Acid II. They have a big night ahead of them with the opportunity to secure two of the four spots in the semifinals and The Monster approves of her powers of deduction. CWB is three years strong, but the premier unit in the company has been denied it's highest honors. That ends now. Monster Inc. owns Boston. The Monster...OWNS Boston, and they take what is theirs. Starting with the Commonwealth Cup, and then the Openweight title.
Rating: D (44)


Commonwealth Cup Second Round Match
The Monster vs. Austin Smooth
Smooth (12:02) via Smooth Hold
The Monster absolutely dominates Austin Smooth, using his size and power to overwhelm the technical skill at Smooth's disposal, but The Monster just couldn't finish the job. The Monster takes to going for the Fall From Grace, but Smooth is able to slip out the back, and get The Monster face down, and lock in the Smooth Hold. The Monster, unfortunately, has no choice but to tap
Rating: C (61)


Smooth celebrates his victory as the first man to advance to the semifinals as Monster glowers over his lost opportunity.

We go to the CWB logo where Phonse Lockett is ready with his guest at this time Jerry Martin. Lockett notes that Martin fought his way through New England Revolution in the first round and now his reward is a date with Monster Inc. Jerry Martin knows the group well, better than most. He knows what they're capable of, and he's been on both sides of it. But he is not to be deterred, you see. He is a man of action, up down left right sideways, but always moving. He doesn't worry about the times lost, the pain he's endured. He only thinks about what is next, and what's next is a beating, a righteous one that lands him in the semifinals of the Commonwealth Cup and bring him one step closer to satisfying the need in him...one step closer to the edge of the universe. One step closer to dancing with the devil...He hopes its a slow dance. Jerry makes his way off to the ring, leaving the veteran announcer quite perplexed
Rating: C- (54)


Commonwealth Cup Second Round Match
Acid II vs. Jerry Martin
Acid (11:50) via Acid Rain Bomb
Acid was perplexed, for a time too, but a Pettle distraction gets things in order for Acid, and a late spurt from Martin wasn't enough to turn the tide as Acid is able to get the victory and advance to the Semifinals
Rating: C+ (67)

Felipe Caballero & Henry Bennett vs. Ekuma & Xavi Ferrera
Felipe (7:28) via Caballero Drop on Xavi
Caballero and Bennett put the disappointments of last show aside and make clear they are still a formidable partnership
Rating: C (59)


We go back back to Cherry Bomb's office where Ernest Youngman and Donnie J are having an argument at the door. Youngman is tired of watching Donnie J duck him. He knows he's wrong, he's never given Youngman a fair rematch for the Openweight Title. Donnie smiles and reminds Youngman he got his shot at Donnie and he failed -- Thanks to that slimeball who shall not be named, Youngman points out. Cherry Bomb opens the door to her office looking to squash the bickering. Cherry Bomb is tired, and she just wants to take an ambien and get a nap at this point so here's what's going to happen. The two of you are going to get some partners and have a 6 man tag match tonight. If Ernest Youngman wins, he gets a match for the Openweight Title. If Donnie J wins, no title shot. Now GO. AWAY. Both men look displeased, which is the mark of a fair decision, but leave and just as Cherry is to close her office door, The Monster and Pettle show up and The Monster tells Cherry they're going to talk, as the trio retreat behind closed doors
Rating: C+ (67)


Before the next match, New England Revolution comes out in full force for a Goodie Giveaway. As Pilgrim and Kammy are off with the fruits and veggies, Masked Patriot wants to tell a little story of a jungle monkey from GSW, who thought he could come into a city like Boston...and just take what he wants. Well they have words for people like that: Looters, thieves, and in Masked Patriot's America there's no place for this kind of immoral miscreant. And Masked Patriot has felt this particular sting before, and he will not allow it to happen again. Fro Sure can take himself right back where he came from and never come back to Boston, because the beating that he receives tonight will only multiply if he ever shows up in Masked Patriot's Boston again. The Revolution will be felt
Rating: C- (54)


Commonwealth Cup Second Round Match
Masked Patriot vs. Fro Sure
Fro (17:38) via Sure Thing
Oh Masked Patriot went about the business of putting a hurting on Fro Sure, and with The Pilgrim's help the two-on-one was mighty effective, but Fro was more than fired up by the harsh words of his opponent, and he wasn't going to let this fight go. He kept coming and coming, and eventually Patriot wilted under the pressure, allowing Fro to hit the Sure Thing and move on to the semifinals
Rating: C (61)

Outlaw Wes Revell vs. Boriken Love Machine Jr.
BLM (4:46) via Love Gun
In a match that brought the temperature of the evening down a notch, BLM gets to have a fun time beating the Outlaw and taunting the announce desk as Gabriel Buentello calls for the deviant to be removed from the active roster
Rating: D (46)


After the match BLM comes to the announce desk and ruffles Gabriel's hair, telling him he needs to relax. BLM take him out and show him good time...in his pants. Buentello falls out over his chair and say that will never happen. BLM simply laughs and says he'll thaw Buentello out yet...make that fat man jolly, all night long. Gabriel falls out again as BLM laughs away and celebrates with the fans
Rating: D- (36) (both had poor improvising)


Steve Flash, Anders Thunder & Ernest Youngman vs. Donnie J & Shoot Club - Al Coleman & Marc Speed
Donnie J (10:50) via Death on Miami Beach on Flash
Donnie J calls upon his CZCW brethren Shoot Club, while Youngman finds a couple of guys who have had their issues with CZCW, in Anders Thunder and Steve Flash. The 6 of them go at it fast and furious, it mostly just being disorganized chaos. With all the bodies bouncing around it falls apart and in the chaos Flash hits an exposed turnbuckle head first and is easy pickings for the three-crown champion
Rating: C (62)


The chaos continues after the match with brawling and finishers aplenty, which ends with Donnie J holding the ring, until he walks right into a Hit from Youngman, who promises this isn't over yet...and then the music of Monster Inc. hits and The Monster and Pettle make their way to the ring. Everyone scatters, except for the downed Donnie J, and Pettle has Kurt Lovenkrantz inform the pertinent parties that Donnie J will be defending the Openweight Title, against The Monster, per orders of Cherry Bomb. And that match will happen right now
Rating: D (46)


Boston Openweight Title Match
Donnie J vs. The Monster
The Monster (2:49) via Fall From Grace
Donnie J is in no condition to fight after taking The Hit, and he cannot hold off the inevitable. He goes up and takes a Fall From Grace, and is pinned by the winner and brand new Boston Openweight Champion, The Monster
Rating: C (63)


Post-Show Angle: The Monster menaces with the Openweight Title, ushering in a new era in Boston
Rating: B- (74)

Final Grade: C (62)
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Post by Jama7301 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 5:23 pm

FUCKING MONSTER. GODDAMN MONSTER FUCKIN INC AND THEIR BULLSHIT ASS SHENANIGANS!

The Commonwealth Cup is such a sham right now. Monster loses, WHO THE FUCK CARES, YOU GET A TITLE MATCH. Fuckin' Acid in the semi-finals doesn't help either.

Goddamn is the Maked Patriot a fucking slimeball.

I'm glad Patriot lost, but to a dude from PSW? Weird cheering for Fro Sure.

BLM is a shining star of hope and joy in the CWB darkness.

This show was so full of disgusting antics...
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Post by GooberBM » Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:23 pm

GSW, the one from the South West, not PSW my sworn enemy
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My complaint is rescinded then.
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Post by GooberBM » Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:41 pm

I'm sure we'll find something else to replace that complaint with
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Post by Jama7301 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 8:07 pm

Your storytelling is really good. Your characters are well written, and they elicit reactions out of the readers.

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Fuck the Monster.

Your shows always have this sense of "What's going to happen next show" feel to them, which is great.
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RPW Painkiller IX
Saturday, Week 1, September 2015
The War Memorial Auditorium (Mid-West)
Attendance: 2,000

Pre-Show

Stink def Ant-Man via Stink Bomb
Rating: E+ (32)

Main Show

Disposable Heroes (Mystery Man & Kazebushi) vs Sammy The Shark & Dermott Ayres
Kazebushi trips a little in this match, but Mystery Man is proving himself to be the ringer of the group, and he single-handedly vanquishes the Shark and the foul Canadian.

Kazebushi & Mystery Man def Dermott Ayres & Sammy the Shark via Flying Karate Chop on Dermott Ayres
Rating: D- (40)

Mito Miwa vs Titan
Mito Miwa makes his RPW Stateside debut tonight, and he faces a monster of a man in Titan. Mito tries to capture the brilliance of his youth early, to impress the home crowd, but it fizzles out soon, as he can’t topple Titan. Titan grabs a side bear hug on Miwa, and squeezes the air out of him for a few seconds, before planting Miwa with a side suplex. Titan continues working over Miwa’s midsection, until Miwa is able to fight out of another side bear hug. Miwa starts firing chops across the chest of Titan, each one hitting more flush than the last. He snaps off a quick DDT onto a stunned Titan, and holds the head, transitioning to a grounded headlock. More quick submissions, and the damage starts to add up, as the two men return to their feet. Miwa lets out a yell, and whips Titan off the ropes, as he rebounds off the opposite one. He then crumples the big man with the Pride Bomber, giving Miwa the win.

Mito Miwa def Titan via Pride Bomber
Rating: E (29)

As Miwa celebrates, Matthew Keith comes to the ring. He introduces Miwa by listing his accolades and accomplishments in PGHW. He then offers to translate for Miwa. He says that Miwa is happy to be here, and thanks the RPW audience for their warm reception.

Rating: D+ (48)

We get a video hyping the RPW Tag Team Champions of Rayne Man and Running Wolf making their first title defense tonight against the wandering prolific tag team, the Ring Generals of Dean Waldorf and Marv Stantler.

Rating: E (28)

Kirk Jameson vs Frank Harriet w/ Matty Faith
Jameson is out for revenge, after how Harriet got involved in his RPW Championship match. The man known as “Honest” Frank though, lives up to his name though, as he quickly drags this match into the mud, looking to neutralize the energy and endurance of Jameson. Frank uses his body to block the ref’s vision of eye gouges and pulling on the facial hair of Jameson. Once Jameson escapes from Frank’s dirty tactics though, Frank finds himself horribly outclasses, as Jameson presses the pace and takes the older man off his game. Jameson runs circles around Frank, eventually lighting him up with the Bullseye for the win.

Kirk Jameson def Frank Harriet via The Bullseye
Rating: D (41)

Jerome Turner is in the interview area, and he welcomes his guests at this time, Punchline. Turner asks Drake Young how he feels being passed over for the Tag Team Titles, and if – Drake Young cuts off Turner, asking him to speak up. Turner starts again, but it quickly cut off by Young again. He says he can’t quite hear Turner. As Turner starts for a third time, Steel and Austin Moore get into all of Turner’s personal space, making the announcer nervous, and trail off from his sentence. Young says that it feels like Turner enjoys running his mouth, enjoys making fun of Punchline. Well guess what slick, Punchline isn’t a joke. YOU are the joke. This whole PROMOTION is a joke. You know what’d be a funny JOKE, Jerome Turner? Seeing you do anything but hide behind a mic. So let’s all have a laugh. Young gestures to Steel and Turner, and the two pick up Jerome Turner and carry him off screen, as he calls for help.

Rating: C- (57)

And straight to the ring. Turner tries to protest, but Young and Steel threaten the ref until he rings the bell.

Jerome Turner vs Drake Young w/ Steel & Austin Moore
This goes as well as you’d expect. Steel and More roam the outside, cutting off any hope of escape Turner would have. Young toys with Turner, backing him into a corner, and slapping him across the face a few times. He starts trash talking Turner, who then fires off a forearm to the jaw of Young. Young immediately stops the fun and games and drives a knee into the gut of Turner, forcing the commentator to double over, as Young pounds on his back. He then pulls Turner to the middle of the ring, and hits the Midnight DDT, and Turner is down for the count.

Drake Young def Jerome Turner via Midnight DDT
Rating: E (27)

Punchline stands tall in the ring, as ringside attendants come to check on Turner. Steel and Moore go to help the ring attendants check on Turner. And by “help”, they forcibly send him to the outside. Drake Young taunts Turner from the ring, as Turner is helped to the back.

Rating: C- (58)

Chloe Dean is backstage with Frank Harriet, but before a word can be uttered, Matty Faith hits the scene. Faith is wearing a shit-eating grin, and says that boy, does he have some bad news for Frank. He says that Flash says that Frank’s performance is like, subpar and stuff. So like, you better step your game up, before like soon, or something. Faith leaves the scene, congratulating himself on a job well done, and how he needs a personal assistant for this boring stuff. Dean backs out of the shot, leaving Frank alone with his thoughts.

Rating: D- (38)

RPW Tag Team Championship
Rayne Man & Running Wolf (c’s) vs The Ring Generals (Dean Waldorf & Marv Stantler)
The Ring Generals come out strong, showcasing their tag experience with multiple tag team maneuvers on Rayne Man. The RPW Tag Champs try to find their openings, but they can’t sustain any long stretches of offense early. The tide turns when Running Wolf counters a back body drop attempt, and starts to tee off on Stantler. A burst of adrenaline allows Running Wolf to whip Stantler into the ropes, straight into the Wolf Tamer. The impact sends Stantler to the outside though, much to Running Wolf’s dismay. Running Wolf tries to collect his breath in the ring, as Waldorf hops off the apron and quickly rolls Stantler back into the ring, near their corner. Waldorf leans over the ropes and tags himself in. Rayne Man is desperate for a tag, and gets one, as Running Wolf manages to kick Waldorf off his leg. Rayne Man is fired up and this match is all but over. A stiff Raynemaker secures the first title defense for the Champions.

Rayne Man & Running Wolf def Dean Waldorf via Raynemaker on Waldorf
Rating: D+ (51)

Rayne Man & Running Wolf celebrate on the turnbuckles, holding their titles high and proud.
Rating: D- (40)

Chloe Dean welcomes Matthew Keith to the interview area. She says that he’s finally going to get his hands on Steve Flash for the RPW Championship. Keith pauses, letting that line hang in the air. He says that he’s not the nicest guy, and he’s done some awful things, ask Clifford Crash, but he at least was man enough to take responsibility for the things he said and did. Keith says he got his ass kicked by KC Glenn for the things he did. Now it’s his turn to finally make Steve Flash pay for every ounce of disrespect he’s shown him and his company. Tonight, Keith takes back Rapid Pro Wrestling.

Rating: D+ (50)

RPW Championship
Matthew Keith vs Steve Flash © w/ Matty Faith & Frank Harriet
This match doesn’t move very fast at the start. Flash stalls and goes to the outside, looking to throw Keith off his game, and it works. Flash suckers in Keith and grounds him. Things go bad for Keith throughout, as every time he starts to build some momentum, he gets derailed by Faith and Frank on the outside. Late in the match, the ref has had enough of Faith and Frank’s ringside shenanigans, and he sends them to the back. As the ref is dealing with them, Flash takes the opportunity to deliver a low blow to Keith. Flash goes for a cover, but the ref is delayed coming for the count, only getting to 2. Keith is up, and is livid. He ties up Flash and backs him into the corner. Keith starts dropping rights onto the head of Flash, until the ref has to pull Keith off of Flash. Keith forcibly shoves the ref out of the way, and drives a knee into the midsection of Flash, pulls him out of the corner, and wrestles him to the ground, locking in the Proton Lock. Flash struggles for a second before he starts tapping. The bell rings, and the referee helps Flash to his feet, raising his hand, while the ref holds the back of his head.

Steve Flash def Matthew Keith via DQ
Rating: C (60)

Flash clutches his title and retreats up the aisle, and joins the re-emerged Faith and Frank. Matthew Keith looks shocked, before arguing with the ref, saying that Flash tapped out. The ref says that he was disqualified for putting his hands on a ref. The two argue in the ring as TNF laugh at Keith from the aisle.

Rating: D (46)

Show Rating: C- (56)
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Post by GooberBM » Fri May 01, 2015 5:03 pm

That was a nice, polite little wrestling show, and then Drake Young happened. What is his malfunction? Then TNF decided they can't be outdone, grinding the main event to a halt until Matt Keith loses his cool. Those kids sure can't get their shit kicked in hard enough.

It's fun watching you shuffle the chairs on the deck, to see how things will come together. Once you're ready, all this polite shit is going out the window and it will be glorious
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Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents The Commonwealth Cup: Round One
Saturday Week 2 September 2015 Reggie Lewis Center (New England) Attendance: 3017


Pre-Show Match: Monster Inc. - The Monster, Acid II & Kirk Drury vs. Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr. (CILL) , Joffy Laine (RIPW) & Little Bill Lebowski (RPW)
The Mosnter (4:46) via Maw of the Monster on Joffy
Rating: D+ (48)

Pre-Show Angle: Nigel Svensson and Ash Campbell talk to the crowd about their match
Rating: D+ (50)

Our announce trio of Phonse Lockett, Gabriel Buentello and Samuel Curran open the show focusing on the last Commonwealth Cup Second Round match, tonight, with Ash Campbell facing Nigel Svensson for the right to face Austin Smooth in the semifinals
Rating: D+ (52)


Joffy Laine (RIPW) & Little Bill Lebowski (RPW) vs. Beauty Touch - Julius Moor & Dermot O'Logical
Moor (6:43) via Charging Tackle on Joffy
Dermot O'Logical's mentoring of the young beast Julius Moor continues to pay dividends as they demolish the visiting workers
Rating: D (46)


Cherry Bomb has Donnie J and Ernest Youngman in her office because she very much needs to talk to them. Their rivalry is getting in the way of her running her show, so she wants it to end tonight. They put together teams of five and put an end to this. Get it all out of your systems so they can move on. Youngman says may the best man win, and the now two-crown champion smugly says that he will, before walking off
Rating: C (60)


Ekuma & Xavi Ferrera vs. Monster Inc. - The Monster & Kirk Drury
The Monster (5:36) via Maw of the Monster on Xavi
Monster Inc. continues to stand strong, as the new Boston Openweight Champion lays waste to the young Xavi
Rating: D+ (50)


The Monster and Ekuma menace off with each other after the match, with neither man looking to budge.

We go to the back where Donnie J is talking to his Team CZCW brethren Shoot Club. He knows they'll go to war with him but they need two more for their team. And he knows they're not fans of this place but he has an idea of a couple of guys that hate this place as much as they do, that can put an end to this fight. That's when Donnie J knocks on a door and the locker placard reads "New England Revolution". The door opens and after a request, The Pilgrim lets the trio in to speak with his leader
Rating: D+ (51)


Regular Joe vs. Henry Bennett
Bennett (8:39) via roll up
Oh Regular Joe. He really thought that after last show's upset win, he had it all figured out, and for a while he did. But after he nailed the Joe and Behold, Allison Addison gets up on the apron to distract the ref, which Joe doesn't fall for and he sends Felipe Caballero flying out the ring on the interference attempt, but then he takes a low blow from Bennett and gets rolled up for the three count
Rating: C (60)


Caballero and Bennett celebrate win over Joe, showing that a unit is still stronger than a solo worker. Joe can do nothing but stew in the ring as they walk off

Katie Cameron is at the CWB logo to interview her guests at this time: Ernest Youngman, Flash Bomb & Austin Smooth. She says that this is quite the impressive collection of talent The Assassin has put together but he seems to be one man short. Youngman doesn't respond to that, saying that he didn't have to look far to find men that want to get a piece of Donnie J and Shoot Club. They've been a thorn in the side of Flash Bomb since day one and Martin and Flash would love nothing more than to blow up on them. Jerry Martin agrees saying that they still owe Coleman and Speed for a lot of things, and they have long memories and short tempers, so they're more than due to get their faces punched in and their spines busted. Youngman then points to the young Austin Smooth as someone that has earned his respect, the right way, and if he can't be in the Commonwealth Cup, he's glad to see someone like Smooth there to represent Boston. Smooth concurs and adds that anyone that threatens Boston will have to go through them. Youngman nods and finishes by saying he's just got to find one more man and the team will be complete and they'll take the contract out on the interlopers that want to tear CWB down
Rating: D (44)

Wild and Free comes to the ring for their tag match, and on the way in, BLM goes about harrassing Gabriel Buentello asking if the fat man has thought about his offer to put a smile on his face. Buentello wants nothing to do with BLM but the Exotico sits on the announce desk asking if Buentello really no likes what he see? Buentello is freaking out until WAF's opponents come out and divebomb BLM and AFF
Rating: D (44)


Wild and Free - Boriken Love Machine Jr. & Amazing Fire Fly vs. Outlaw Wes Revell & Paradox
BLM (6:44) via Love Gun on Paradox
WAF turn the tables quickly enough, and push Revell and Paradox back, until they break. Then BLM hits Paradox with the Love Gun
Rating: C- (57)


Cherry Bomb has Felipe Caballero and Allison Addison come to her office. She wants Caballero to know that she's been watching him very closely in her months on the job. Addison gets a jealous glean in her eye but Felipe assures her it's a professional eye that Cherry has. Cherry concurs and says that he's young but she knows what talent looks like and if Felipe plays his cards right, if he stays on the right side of the law, then she is more than sure that he has what it takes to shoot up the ladder and come this time next year, Felipe Caballero will be the guy headlining the Commonwealth Cup. Caballero appreciates the vote of confidence but a year is a long time away, and he's not interested in waiting for his turn, so he wants to know what suggestions Cherry Bomb has for making an impact right now, today. Cherry Bomb is very glad that he asked that, as she clears her office and close the door behind her....
Rating: D+ (51)


Paradigm vs. Felipe Caballero
Felipe (2:55) via Caballero Drop
Caballero comes out for his match against Paradigm and leaves absolutely no doubt: Whatever suggestions Cherry Bomb gave him have fired him up and he is looking stronger than ever, and he may soon be a grave threat for anyone on the CWB roster
Rating: D- (38)


We go to the back where Regular Joe is in the midst of an argument with Simony Sentinel. He wants to know where the hell she was when he got beat tonight. Simony has no clue what Joe is talking about because HE banned her from being his partner. Joe says to stop playing because she didn't listen to him last show and he beat Ash Campbell so why is she playing dumb now. Simony reminds Joe that the Purple Pixie does what she wants, when she wants, but she's not her. Joe scoffs and tells Simony that if she sees the Pixie, give her a message: Joe doesn't want a partner, but he might be ready to play ball...if she can prove herself.

The cameras then pick up Ernest Youngman walking with Austin Smooth and follow them as they discuss options for the last guy for their team, while Flash Bomb are off doing the same. Youngman isn't sure he trusts Martin with such a task when a big, giant Swede blocks the babyface's path. Youngman and Smooth look at each other, as Anders Thunder stand imposingly between them. They ask if Anders is looking for a fight. Anders nods. Does he want to kick Shoot Club's ass? Anders takes his Boston Tag Title from around his waist and puts it on his shoulder saying always. Youngman grins and says they've got their five then
Rating: D+ (51)


Commonwealth Cup Second Round Match
Nigel Svensson vs. Ash Campbell
Campbell (14:17) via Shooting Star Press
Nigel Svensson is busy focusing on his Commonwealth Cup match, and he give Ash a wrestling lesson to start, tying him up in knots. Ash is crafty though, and has a partner in Lisa Bowen, who uses her mental acumen and little caboose to distract so Ash can take the advantage. He works Nigel over but has the Ash 2 Ash countered into the Hyper-Extension Arm Lock, but Ash makes it to the ropes. Svensson and Campbell struggle to get the advantage but Svensson misses the Knee Trembler and is laid out by the Ash 2 Ash. Campbell then loads up the Shooting Star Press to get the emphatic victory
Rating: C (64)


Cherry Bomb then comes out as Ash and Lisa celebrate the win and announces the main event Commonwealth Cup Semifinal Tag Match for next show: Ash Campbell will team up with Acid II to face Fro Sure and Austin Smooth
Rating: C- (53)


Team CZCW - Donnie J, Al Coleman & Marc Speed & New England Revolution - Masked Patriot & The Pilgrim vs. Ernest Youngman, Austin Smooth, Anders Thunder & Flash Bomb - Steve Flash & Jerry Martin
Smooth (25:59) via Smooth Hold on Donnie
This match is bananas, with the action hot, heavy, and constant throughout. It is inevitable that things would fall apart down the stretch and that Kurt Lovenkrantz would lose control and it would end up with Donnie J licking his chops having the young Smooth all to himself...except that he's not alone and The Assassin and the Smooth one beat Donnie J back and forth until Youngman lays Donnie J out with The Hit then tells Smooth to send him out of town, which Smooth is happy to oblige by locking in the Smooth Hold till Donnie taps furiously
Rating: C (63)


Team CWB celebrates as a quintet in the ring, until Monster Inc. comes out to the aisleway. The good guys hold the ring, but The Monster holds up the greatest prize in Boston, the Openweight Title and the two sides stand off as Championship Wrestling From Boston comes to a close
Rating: D+ (52)


Final Grade: C (61)
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Post by Jama7301 » Mon May 04, 2015 11:53 pm

I don't know how to process those nice things.

I will have to try again later.
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Post by Jama7301 » Wed May 06, 2015 7:25 pm

First and foremost: FUCK YOU DONNIE J! YOU GOT GOT! That was a dirty as fuck team though... Team CZCW + New England Revolution? That's gross.

Ash Campbell sure did make sure Nigel stayed down in that frantic semi-main.

I do like the Cup Participants tag matches you do to space out the Commonwealth Cup matches. it's a fun little tool. Good job.

Wild and Free are so wonderful. I might have to take a loan out on BLM again. He's a treat.

Bout damn time you accepted help, Regular Joe. Put that pride aside and get let Simony help you.


A show of nice things! YAY
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RPW Blackout VIII
Saturday, Week 3, September 2015
The War Memorial Auditorium (Mid-West)
Attendance: 1980

Pre-Show
Amazing Fire Fly, Topher Smith, Ant-Man & Tony Chambers vs Steel, Austin Moore, Dean Daniels & Paul Steadyfast.
Daniels via Cradle Piledriver on Smith
Rating: D (44)

Main Show


The lights dim and the familiar tween pop music plays. Sweet and Sour of J Cool and Flash Savage dance their way to the ring with a menagerie of groupies in tow.

Rating: D+ (50)

Cal Sanders & Marc Raisin vs Sweet & Sour (Flash Savage & J Cool)
The dancing duo take care of the Canadians fairly easily, only dipping into the shallow end of the cheating pool.

Flash Savage via Rope-Assisted Rollup on Sanders
Rating: E+ (35)

Our announcers of Clifford Crash, Chloe Dean, and Tony Chambers welcome us to tonight’s show. They announce that tonight’s main event will be the current RPW Tag Team Champions, newly dubbed “Wolf’s Rayne” will be taking on the RPW Champion, Steve Flash and Honest Frank Harriet. This match could have implications regarding both titles, and RPW Decision Makers should be watching this one closely.

Rating: E+ (35 - You’re all banned from improvising together)

Disposable Heroes (Mystery Man, Slayyer & Kazebushi) vs Stink, Titan & Marcus Lucillius
Disposable Heroes look to carry over their momentum from last show. Sadly, the rag-tag team they face is much bigger, much stronger, and much more victorious than they are.

Lucillius via Inverted Piledriver on Kazebushi
Rating: D (44)

Lucillius, Titan, and Stink all stand about, looking down on their opponents, when suddenly Marcus Lucillius blindsides Titan, and tosses Stink out of the ring. He picks up the large Titan, and dumps him over the top rope, onto a recovered Stink, sending the two big men to the floor. Lucillius declares that this is still his arena, and he calls for the head of a certain Swede.

Backstage, we see Mito Miwa warming up for a match, when Nigel Svensson enters the frame. He asks how Mito is doing, and if he needs any help tonight. Mito speaks in Japanese, and Nigel follows it up with ‘you’re good? Alright’. He then asks the Japanese Legend if they’re still on for Rollercoasters and Mini-Golf tomorrow. Mito nods in affirmation, and Nigel replies with “great” before patting Mito on the shoulder, leaving Mito to finish warming up.

Rating: D+ (48)

Mito Miwa vs Dermott Ayres
Miwa’s finding himself a little groove, as he picks up a win over the struggling Dermott Ayres.

Miwa via Pride Bomber
Rating: E+ (31)

Chloe Dean is in the interview area with the RPW Tag Team Champions, Wolf’s Rayne. Before she can get a question out though, Rayne Man is blindsided by Matty Faith wielding a pipe. Building security rushes in to pull Faith off, and prevent Running Wolf from giving chase. Faith laughs at Running Wolf and flips the pipe to the feet of Running Wolf as security escorts him out, as Rayne Man is checked on. Running Wolf checks on his partner, when two looming shadows appear, and Drake Young steps forward. He says that it’s been confirmed by RPW decision makers; Punchline is getting their RPW Tag Team Championship rematch at the next show. Young pats Running Wolf on the cheek, and wishes him luck tonight.

Rating: C- (53)

Masked Man vs Matty Faith
Matty Faith gets a local worker tonight. Matty Faith dominates the local worker tonight in an easy-breezy match.

Matty Faith via Fall from Faith
Rating: F+ (15)

Tony Chambers stands in the ring, and he says he’s proud to announce that RPW is going to broaden their horizons. So, starting next show, we will be starting a round robin tournament to crown the first ever, RPW Women’s Champion! Chambers than proceeds to introduce the first 7 Participants in the tournament, and announces the blocks, as the women come down to the ring as their names are announced.

Block A
Foxxy LaRue
Jamie Quine
Queen Amazon
Estrella Blanca

Block B
Danielle Sweetheart
Debbie Rose
Paige Croft
X

First round matchups are as follows…
Foxxy LaRue vs Queen Amazon
Estrella Blanca vs Jamie Quine
Danielle Sweetheart vs Paige Croft
Debbie Rose vs X


Rating: C- (53)

Nigel Svensson vs Findlay O’Farraday
Nigel’s got a real test tonight, with the large Georgian Brawler. After a rough start for our Sweedish Star, he’s able to gain some traction after the 300 pounder misses a splash from the second rope. Nigel fights back, and eventually takes them both to the outside with a big clothesline over the top rope. Nigel squares up Findlay, and hits him with the Knee Trembler, staggering the big man on the outside. Nigel starts to celebrate, and gets caught by an out-on-his-feet Findlay O’Ferraday Atomic Spinebuster to the outside. Findlay then collapses, as Nigel writes in pain. Both men try to struggle to their feet, but neither man is standing when the referee counts 10.

Draw, double count out
Rating: D (41)

Chloe Dean is interviewing Running Wolf, and asking about the status of his partner, Rayne Man. Running Wolf says that Rayne Man is sitting out the main event, as a preventative measure. Dean asks where that leaves him for tonight. He replies that he hasn’t had time to find a partner, but if he has to face Flash and Harriet on his own, he’ll do it. He’ll pay them back tenfold for each blow they dealt to Rayne Man tonight. We hear a voice from off screen asking if Running Wolf wants a partner for the night. The camera pans to Kirk Jameson, wearing a grin. He then says, before Running Wolf answers, he brought a… token of good faith. We then see him kick his leg, as down on the floor in front of him is Matty Faith, lying in pain. Running Wolf laughs, and claps Jameson on both shoulders, and accepts his help.

Rating: D (47)

Kirk Jameson & Running Wolf vs Then, Now, Forever (Steve Flash & Frank Harriet)
Without Faith at ringside, Then, Now, Forever find themselves lacking a key distraction. They drag this one into the mud, nonetheless, using ref distractions to have the illegal man choke Jameson using the ropes. Running Wolf is in the ring after a hot-tag is stopped by Flash bailing from the ring. Flash returns, once the momentum for Running Wolf has subsided, and starts to work over the Native American. He starts to set up for the Flash Bang, when Frank tags himself in. Flash looks furious, and Frank just says “please”, and that he needs to prove himself to Flash, that he’s still a key player. Flash, disgruntled, steps out of the ring, and Frank tries to take over Wolf, but eats a Jawbreaker. Running Wolf tags in Jameson, and the two snap off a quick double team move, and then drop him with a Double Superkick. As Jameson covers Frank, Flash hops off the apron and grabs his title, as Running Wolf keeps an eye on him.

Kirk Jameson via Double Superkick on Frank Harriet
Rating: D+ (49)

Jameson and Running Wolf Celebrate their win, taunting Flash, who just holds the title high. Running Wolf points at Flash, as Jameson props up Frank, and holds a finger gun to his head, before pointing it at Flash, and then the title.

Rating: D+ (51)

Show Rating: D+ (49)
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by GooberBM » Tue May 19, 2015 8:10 am

Kirk Jameson has come right in and made an impact. Flash and his boobs are in trouble now. Oh and nice Bullet Club imagery.

CHICKFIGHT TOURNAMENT~! WHOOOOO~! I wonder who mystery girl X is....

Matty Faith sucks. That is all.

Poor, poor Disposable Heroes. Will they ever catch on?

That tag title match though...Punchline isn't going to play fair, are they?
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Championship Wrestling From Boston
Saturday Week 4 September 2015 Reggie Lewis Center (New England) Attendance: 2340


Pre-Show Angle: Featuring Ash, Austin, Acid, Kirk, Monster, Simony, Joe & Felipe playing to the crowd
Rating: D (45)

Our announcers Samuel Curran and Phonse Lockett open the show explaining that their usual partner Gabriel Buentello is on special assignment this show, so they will have a special guest sitting with them for this episode of CWB, Simony Sentinel. An excited Simony is ready to get into the action because we have a Boston Openweight Title match tonight between the new champion, The Monster, and his first challenger Jerry Martin as well as the Commonwealth Cup Semi-Finals tag match featuring Fro Sure and Austin Smooth taking on Ash Campbell & Acid II
Rating: D+ (50)


Swedish Muscle makes their way to the ring with something on their mind. They know that they have gotten off track, because when the Commonwealth Cup comes calling, you answer. But now, it's time to get back to basics, and get back to what brought Swedish Muscle to the dance. The Boston Tag Team Titles. So tonight, any team in the back that wants to make a name for themselves need only come on out and take on the champs, with a shot at taking the belts on the line. But beware, because when they're done you will know the strength of Swedish Muscle. The champions don't have to wait long before Julius Moor and Dermot O'Logical come out to answer the challenge
Rating: C- (53)


Boston Tag Team Title Match
Beauty Touch - Juilus Moor & Dermot O'Logical vs. Swedish Muscle - Anders Thunder & Nigel Svensson
Anders (10:11) via Side Bear Hug on Dermot
We get a fun standoff with the big Moor and the powerhouse Anders, but the technical skill of Nigel is enough to counter the former football player. Anders getting Dermot all to himself is setting up the obvious, and Anders squeezes the life out the skin care savant with the Side Bear Hug
Rating: D (45)


Cherry Bomb has Shoot Club in her office and she's called them there because they need to talk. Shoot Club...Donnie J were brought to Boston to push the talent here, and bring out the best in everyone. But Shoot Club's performance has been lacking, to say the least, and now Donnie J has decided that he's not man enough to fight in Boston and he's left for safer ground. Is Shoot Club going to run away too? Are they man enough to do something here in Boston, or does Cherry Bomb need to cut some more dead weight? She hopes they impress her tonight because they don't want her to have to do some heavy thinking about their employment in CWB if they don't shape up
Rating: C- (55)

Katie Cameron is at the CWB logo to interview Austin Smooth and Fro Sure. She notes that they look supremely confident, both for tonight, and for what is coming next month, as the Commonwealth Cup comes to a climax. Fro agrees, and he's had more than his fair share of run-ins with everybody in this tournament, out west, but this is the first time he's run on their ground. And he knows the kid here isn't going to be a kid for much longer, that Acid II has the backing of a Monster, and that he and Ash Campbell are on a collision course, but at the end of the day there's only one man that is going to win the Commonwealth Cup and you're looking at him, Fro Sure.
Smooth disagrees, because he's put in the work and the effort over the last year and he's ready. This is his time and he's not going to wait for anyone else. Tonight they work together, because that's what the moment calls for, but if Fro Sure wins his semi-final match against Acid, make no mistake that he's going to be seeing Austin Smooth in the finals. And while they may rip it up, Fro better be sure of one thing. He's not better than Austin Smooth, he's not going to beat Austin Smooth, and he's not going to be Commonwealth Cup champion. But he'll see Fro out there tonight. Smooth walks off confidently as we go back to the ring
Rating: C- (56)


Outlaw Wes Revell vs. Xavi Ferrera
Xavi (6:19) via rollup
The Outlaw was more than confident after his last few exploits and that overconfidence was his downfall as he misses the Quick Sot and gets flash pinned with a schoolboy
Rating: D- (39)


We go to the back where Ernest Youngman is ready to address a situation. When he lost the Boston Openweight Title, he never got a one-on-one rematch for the title, and he has tried to have a word with management about this and he has been rebuked multiple times, but now that there is a new champion, The Assassin wants to put his hat in the fold to become the next challenger to...
Before he can finish, Masked Patriot and The Pilgrim make their way into the interview area and tell Ernest Youngman that he has no right to demand anything. He dropped the ball, and nobody wants to see him fumble again. The time for new blood in Boston is more than apparent. The false heroes have been dropping one by one, and many of them by their own hands. The revolution is real, and it will be felt. Maybe tonight is the Assassin's turn.
NE Revolution looks poised to strike on The Assassin when Regular Joe shows up and says if they're feeling like a fight that much, why don't the four of them meet in the ring and do this the right way? Pilgrim and Patriot say it's his funeral, and when Youngman wants to make sure Joe knows what he's doing, he says he's got Youngman's back and they'll get this done
Rating: C- (53)


Wild and Free - Boriken Love Machine Jr. & Amazing Fire Fly vs. Shoot Club - Al Coleman & Marc Speed
Speed (11:46) via Deadly Heel Hook on BLM
Shoot Club came out hot, with the ultimatum from Cherry Bomb, but Wild and Free are survivors and they were able to go blow for blow with the submission specialists, and sped the game up looking to steal a big win...except after BLM hits the Love Gun, Gabriel Buentello distracts the ref and gets BLM's attention so that BLM can't get the pin fall. BLM knocks Gabriel off the apron but gets caught in Speed's Deadly Heel Hook and he has to tap out
Rating: C (62)


Gabriel rubs the loss in BLMs face and hopes that the fruity luchador has learned a lesson...and that he will teach Simony a lesson for sucking up their show, by taking his seat back at the announce table

Henry Bennett and Felipe Caballero are in the back and they want to make this message short and sweet. Swedish Muscle got them once, but make no mistake. The champs are on borrowed time and if the Trouble and the Heartbreaker get another shot, the hearts broken next will be Swedish
Rating: D (44)


New England Revolution - Masked Patriot & The Pilgrim vs. Ernest Youngman & Regular Joe
Youngman (9:46) via The Hit on Pilgrim
The Revolution dominates most of this match, not allowing Youngman in the ring. They keep Joe good and isolated but can't finish him off. Pilgrim decides to go big and try to hit the Plymouth Rocker but crashes and burns. Both men crawl to make the tag but when Pilgrim gets to his corner, The Purple Pixie pulls Patriot off the apron. Patriot chases after her up the aisle, and a fresh Youngman launches Pilgrim into orbit
Rating: C (65)


Youngman and Joe celebrate as the announce team wonder more about this Purple Pixie and what her true intentions are

We go to the back where Ash Campbell and Acid II have words for their opponents tonight. They're going to punish Smooth and Fro...tenderize them so they are easy pickings come the Commonwealth Cup. And then, they'll face off in the finals to give Boston a Commonwealth Cup champion they can truly be proud of. Someone that can build a real legacy for the company. A second generation star or a hand-picked champion, by the owner himself. Either way, the Commonwealth Cup will remain Unsullied by the hands of the unworthy
Rating: D+ (51)


Paradigm & Dragon Del Arco Iris Jr. vs. Henry Bennett & Felipe Caballero
Felipe (7:42) via Caballero Drop on Dragon
Bennett and Caballero back up their boastful talk with a big win
Rating: C- (57)

Acid II & Ash Campbell vs. Austin Smooth & Fro Sure
Campbell (19:40) via Ash 2 Ash on Fro
This match went back and forth between the two very evenly matched teams, but the difference makers were the women on the outside, as Lisa Bowen and Pettle made this more of a 4 on 2 rather than a tag match, and thenumbers game eventually felled the good guys, as a double distraction allowed Acid to wipe out Smooth and Campbell to hit the Ash 2 Ash on Fro and send the message that he will outlast them all to win the Commonwealth Cup
Rating: B- (72)


Jerry Martin comes out to the ring and makes this very simple. He's got history with Monster Inc. He was the man that put The Monster on the map, and for that he's sorry Boston. But Martin is more than willing to make up for that mistake, by removing the Openweight Title from around the waist of the waste of humanity wearing it. Martin isn't pretty, he isn't connected, he's not the best talker or the best wrestler, but you're going to have to kill him to beat him, and The Monster knows this very well...the fight you get tonight will be your last, as Openweight Champion

Katie Cameron is at the CWB logo to interview the Boston Openweight Champion, The Monster. She asks The Monster if he feels as confident as he looks going into his match tonight. The Monster simply glares at Katie and then says that tonight The Monster feasts on leftovers. Whoever wins the Commonwealth Cup is the main course. A meal The Monster is very much looking forward to. So he hopes Martin gives him a good fight, and works up The Monster's appetite so he can fully enjoy the meal before him
Rating: C- (56)


Boston Openweight Title Match
The Monster vs. Jerry Martin
The Monster (14:04) via Fall From Grace
Martin knows The Monster's tricks and is able to withstand them for a time. But The Monster has improved greately since last year, and Martin's growth isn't able to match that. The Monster physically overwhelms the challenger down the stretch and drops him with a Fall From Grace, to retain the Openweight Title and he stands over the fallen Martin as Championship Wrestling From Boston comes to a close
Rating: C (60)


Final Grade: C (60)
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