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Post by GooberBM » Fri Sep 26, 2014 10:11 am

Yeah, I figured it was a very indy move. If he sticks on the roster and I get to tv, it can come down to a springboard knee drop or just a regular diving knee drop.

There were no chemistry issues with Paradox and Anders, they just stunk it up.

Outside of that one, the undercard delivered and I'm satisfied with the main event. Everything is lining up nicely.

The second round matchups are as follows:

El Mitico Jr. vs. Paradox
KC Glenn vs. Harry Bennett
Steven Parker vs. Ernest Youngman
Jerry Martin vs. Teddy Powell
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Post by Jama7301 » Fri Sep 26, 2014 10:14 am

Mitico, Glenn, Parker, Martin.

Thems the picks.
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Post by GooberBM » Fri Sep 26, 2014 10:45 am

Jama, your angles are coming along nicely, good to see.

The Montreal Mafia sure are ADD, man.

Matt Keith is a very bad man, ending the rayney season.

NOTICE ME, MATTHEW KEITH~!
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Fri Sep 26, 2014 11:49 pm

Matt Keith's daddy was a pretty bad man, too.
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Post by Jama7301 » Fri Sep 26, 2014 11:53 pm

Speaking of Matthew Keith... Some gameworld news and notes.

NOTBW (North of the Border Wrestling) Shrunk from National to Cult.

PWC (Phoenix Wrestling Company) has opened it's doors out of the tri-state region. The Hardcore promotion looks to replicate the success of DAVE (Danger and Violence Extreme). Owner Steve Flash is looking to capture the East Coast Hardcore scene.

USPW (United States Pro Wrestling) is now for sale after Sam Strong retired, shocking the world.

Matthew Keith opens new promotion Lethal Ring. This promotion uses a mix of lucha styled athletics, with a bit of realistic fighitng. Lethal Ring operates out of Hawaii.
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RPW Evolve IX
Sunday, Week 2, September 2013
Roseville Downtown Community Center, Minnesota
Attendance: 32

We open the show with Chloe Dean interviewing the new RPW champion, Matthew Keith. Keith opens by saying the Rayne has fallen, and all that stands in his wake is one man, Matthew Keith. Not content with just ruling over this promotion, Matthew Keith says that Matthew Keith opened his own promotion, out of luxurious Hawaii. You know, a place that isn’t a frozen wasteland for over half a year. Keith says that Matthew Keith’s first order of business as champ is to instate a “no automatic rematch” policy, except for those named Matthew Keith. So that means back of the line for you, former champ. Keith says that Rayne will thank him, because he can use this time to maybe learn a thing or two from the one, the only, Matthew Keith.

Rating: E+ (30)

Match 1
Steel vs Tony Chambers
These two haven’t faced in a one-on-one matchup since February, so Chambers is using this match as a barometer for his progress over the year. Chambers fights valiantly, but Steel shows him that he’s still got a long ways to go. Steel finishes Chambers off with the Running Sidewalk Slam.

Rating: E- (22)

Clifford Crash and Chloe Dean are in the ring and they are pleased to announce that the number one contender for the RPW Championship has been named. Tonight, KC Glenn will be getting a shot at the newly crowned champion. Crash continues to hype the match, until Brady Prince storms the ring. Prince gets into the faces of the two announcers. Prince affixes his gaze on Dean, and starts to back the smaller woman into the corner. Crash pushes Brady away from Dean, and she get out of the ring in a hurry. Prince turns on Crash and the commentator starts to retreat himself. Crash trips over his feet as he tries to back away. Brady towers over the fallen announcer, and stomps him in the gut a few times before leaving Crash gasping for air in the middle of the ring.

Rating: E+ (30)

Match 2
Jazz Funk vs Buzz
The big, lumbering enforcer for New York Red looks to get off his single’s slide, but no… No. he’s not quite there yet as Jazz Funk stays out of the big man’s grasp, and eventually drops him with the Free Form Flow.

Rating: F (9)

Chloe Dean welcomes the Montreal Mafia. Dermott asks Dean if Matthew Keith said anything about them earlier, while Marc Raisin fidgets in the background. Dean says no, and asks them how they felt about their obsession with Matthew Keith caused them to draw with Topher Smith and Ant-Man last month. Raisin pipes up “Lord Sir Matthew Keith? Where? I made him something. I drew him a picture.” Raisin pushes Dermott aside to show a stick drawing he made of a figure with a belt (presumably Keith), putting his hands on the back of two others. Raisin goes to explain his drawing, but New York Red saunters up. Red asks the Montreal Mafia what they’re doing. Dermott replies that they’re trying to get Matthew Keith to notice them and to teach them and to be their friend. Raisin chimes in, “and maybe have a sleepover!” Dermott shushes Marc and addresses New York Red, asking him why he cares. NYR replies that he just came to check on his partners for tonight’s 6 man tag, to see if their heads would be in the game, but it appears to him, that he’s being teamed up with idiots. Dermott says that they’ll be ready tonight, since they have unfinished business with Topher and Ant-Man. NYR leaves, followed by Dermott, while Marc hangs back, and tries to show Chloe Dean his picture again.


Rating: E- (22)

Match 3
The Montreal Mafia (Dermott Ayers & Marc Raisin) & New York Red vs Gopher and the Ant (Topher Smith & Ant-Man) & Thomas Morgan
Dermott stays true to his word, and the Montreal Mafia is sharp and on point for most of this match. New York Red keeps his team focused, and pushes the babyfaces, but it all falls apart when Raisin tags out and goes up the ramp. As he leaves, NYR asks Marc Raisin what the hell he’s doing, and Marc replies that he’s going to go get Matthew Keith so he can watch them win. Win they do not, as Dermott ends up getting dropped by Ant-Man’s Antidote (Torture-Rack Back Breaker).

Rating: E (25)

Match 4
Remmy Honeyman & Roger Monteiro vs Rayne Man
Rayne Man is not amused by Keith’s statements earlier in the show. Rayne paces the ring like a caged beast while Roger comes out with his normal preening. Next up, Nigel Svensson’s music hits, but out comes Remmy, dressed like Matthew Keith, straight down to acting like he’s carrying a championship belt. The bell rings, and Remmy hops off the apron, and struts around the ring. This distracts Rayne Man, leaving him open to eat a dropkick from Roger Monterio. That’s all it takes for Rayne Man to refocus, and start to fight back. The numbers advantage starts to grind on the former champion. Between the quick tags, and impact offense, Rayne looks to be on the ropes, but Remmy pushes too far, and tries to lock in the Proton Lock on Rayne Man. The pale imitation proves to be not nearly as effective as the real deal, and only serves to infuriate the Rayne Man. He fights out, and takes over the match. Monteiro looks to run interference when Rayne Man starts to build some momentum, but he blocks a kick and uses it to trip up the Pretty Boy. He stomps the gut repeatedly of Monteiro and rolls him out of the ring. Remmy sneaks up and rolls up Rayne Man for a near fall. Rayne is up quickly, and staggers the mimic with a kick to the gut. Rayne Man repositions, and hits the dropkick to the back, follows it with the powerbomb, and launches Remmy into orbit with a Raynemaker for the win.

Rating: E (26)

After the match, Rayne Man rolls Monteiro back into the ring, drops him with a Powerbomb, then sends him to join Remmy in space with a Raynemaker of his own, before leaving angrily.

Rating: F (12)

Match 5
Brady Prince vs Amazing Fire Fly
Prince is still incensed that he’s not being given a title match. Fire Fly sees this as his chance to get back into the title scene himself. Prince takes control early and often, putting Fire Fly on the defensive. Fire Fly gives himself some breathing room with a few well timed kicks. He can’t maintain any significant offense though, as Brady locks him back down in a painful hold. This pattern continues for some time, until Fire Fly manages to get some serious separation and starts to fire back. Fire Fly gets Brady on the ropes, and drops him with a Hurricanrana. Fire Fly to the top rope, but he takes a bit too long, and Brady manages knock him off the top rope. Brady sets the small man on the top rope, and throws him forcibly to the mat with the Super Bomb for the win.

Rating: E (26)

Main Event
RPW Championship
Matthew Keith © vs KC Glenn
Glenn’s out first, and he stands in the ring, pumping himself up. Keith’s music hits, and the pompous second-generation star makes his way to the ring, chewing his gum, and polishing his championship on the way to the ring. He steps into the ring, and the ref takes the belt. The bell rings, and Keith immediately spits his gum out in the face of Glenn. Glenn doesn’t suffer that insult for long, as he immediately launches himself at the smirking Keith. The two grapplers exchange holds and strikes, neither getting the upper hand out of the gate. Keith counters out of an armbar and starts to take over, showing off flashier and flashier holds, taunting his opponent. Glenn starts to fight back by driving his elbow into the side of Keith, looking to get the hold broken. Glenn breaks free and starts to run through his own offense, looking to pick up the upset. He gets the champion in position for Tune Up the Sunshine Band, but Keith blocks it. That’s as close as Glenn gets to winning though, as Keith weathers that storm, and puts the youngster away with the Neutron Plex.

Rating: D+ (52)

Keith stands triumphantly over his fallen foe, firmly planting one foot on Glenn’s chest as the ref raises his hand, and puts the belt around his waist.

Rating: D- (39)
Show Rating: D- (38)
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Post by GooberBM » Sun Sep 28, 2014 10:40 pm

Brady Prince is not a nice man.

If only you could run Matt Keith/KC Glenn matches every month.

Boy howdy did Buzz and Jazz Funk stink up the joint.

If only the undercard was...what is the word....talented?
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Buzz is on my shit list. His match history is bullshit
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Mon Sep 29, 2014 12:10 am

Welcome to the grubbiest end of the indy spectrum.
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Post by Jama7301 » Mon Sep 29, 2014 1:49 am

Hey, I'll have you know my venue is in pristine condition buster.
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Mon Sep 29, 2014 2:01 am

A downtown community centre in pristine condition? That's one shiny turd you got there.
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Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents The Commonwealth Cup - Quarterfinals
Saturday Week 3 September 2013 Biker's Paradise (New England) Attendance: 33


The show starts with Katie Cameron in the ring trying to talk to some of the Commonwealth Cup competitors still remaining in the tournament. Cameron does her best to hold it together while talking to El Mitico, Paradox, Teddy Powell, and Jerry Martin with Pettle, until The Pilgrim comes out for one of his goodie giveaways. The babyfaces take it in stride and Paradox doesn't even acknowledge Plymouth's Finest, but Jerry Martin and Pettle lose their shit, complaining that he shouldn't be here and that he can get rid of whatever is in his kettle. Pettle struggles with The Pilgrim for the kettle until she gets caramel poured on her from. The Pilgrim then asks if anyone in the crowd wants a candied apple while pointing at Pettle and she shrieks for Martin to go get her Monster and everyone in the ring is smart enough to hit Dodge
Rating: D- (37)


The Monster vs. The Pilgrim
Monster (6:05) via Maw of the Monster
Oh. Boy. This one gets ugly fast, as Pettle unleashes her Monster all over the object of her ire
Rating: E- (21)


Swedish Muscle vs. Acid II & Kirk Drury
Svensson (7:43) via Hyper Extension Arm Bar
The Swedish duo shows some positive gains and their tag team experience is enough for them to overcome Acid and Drury to get a win
Rating: E+ (30)


Commonwealth Cup Quarterfinal Match: Jerry Martin vs. Teddy Powell (PSW)
Martin (13:10) via Discus Punch
Teddy Powell overwhelms the Monster Inc. product and it's everything that he can do just to stay in the match. The tide turns when Pettle runs interference drawing the ref's attention which gives The Monster time to come out and crack Powell with a chair. Martin is able to land the Discus Punch and get a shocking W
Rating: E+ (33)


Monster Inc. celebrates their victory over a distraught Teddy Powell who promises retribution
Rating: E+ (34)


Katie Cameron is in the ring for a second attempt at interviewing El Mitico Jr. Katie is so happy to be speaking to Mitico as she's heard that he's been having a very successful time in Mexico Premier Wrestling Federation. Mitico concurs, saying that he's been getting great training there, and he's bringing all of that back home here to Boston, because the CWB is the place that gave him a chance. He's gotten noticed because of the opportunity that CWB has given him and he is going to pay all the great fans and workers here back by giving 100% every time out, and he won't rest till he proves that he is the strongest athlete in Boston. And he takes one more step on that journey tonight, and he WILL win the Commonwealth Cup
Rating: E+ (30)


Commonwealth Cup Quarterfinal Match: El Mitico Jr. vs. Paradox
Mitico (10:02) via Northern LIghts Suplex Hold
All the hard work Mitico is putting in, down in MPWF is paying off big time, as he defeats the enigmatic Paradox to secure a spot in the semi-finals
Rating: D- (40)


10 Man Battle Royal featuring: Acid II, Anders Thunder, Harry Bennett, JOJI, Kirk Drury,Nigel Svensson, Outlaw Wes Revell, Teddy Powell, The Monster & The Pilgrim
Powell (11:37) over The Monster (Bennett & Outlaw = Final Four)
This battle royal is nothing but a showcase for Teddy Powell's rage with The Monster and they go about the business of clearing the ring of the rest of the competitors and it ends with Powell overcoming Pettle's interference to dropkick The Monster out of the ring to win the match
Rating: E+ (33)


Commonwealth Cup Quarterfinal Match: Ernest Youngman vs. "The Future" Steven Parker (PSW)
Parker (10:57) via Future Shock DDT
The Hit Man comes out firing on all cylinders giving The Future a reality check, but there's a reason Steven Parker is one of the hottest prospects in wrestling, and he overcomes all the pressure, and hard-hitting strikes, and uses a well placed poke in the eyes, and then throwing Youngman shoulder first into the ringpost, to buy the time and space to land the Future Shock DDT
Rating: C- (56)


Katie Cameron comes into the ring to interview Steven Parker. Katie stammers as she's obviously eyeing up Parker like a piece of meat, and Parker is sure that Katie will see a lot more of The Future in her future. Katie slips and says she certainly hopes so before getting embarrassed and clearing the ring. Parker takes the mic and tells everyone that there will be plenty of The Future in CWB because this place has surprised him. He didn't expect to get such a fight in this little promotion, but there are guys capable of giving him a go. Unfortunately for them, he's not just any other loser out there, he is the personification of what wrestling is becoming. He's got the looks, the charisma, the skills to pay the bills, and no matter what anyone does in this ring or any other, once Steven Parker shows up there's only one inevitability: The Future will pass you all by
Rating: D (44)


Katie Cameron makes her way back to the ring to interview Harry Bennett but between still being smitten with Steven Parker and Harry Bennett's mean glare towering over her, it's all she can do to hold the mic steady as Bennett tells her that he didn't come to this stupid little promotion to lose. There isn't a person in this promotion he can't beat, there isn't a man here that can stand up to his onslaught. He will take on and destroy all comers, and leave a trail of destruction in his wake that Boston will never ever forget
Rating: E (27)


Commonwealth Cup Quarterfinal Match: KC Glenn vs. Harry Bennett
Glenn (18:39) via Tune Up the Sunshine Band
Harry Bennett beat up KC Glenn. He threw him from pillar to post, almost launched him into the crowd, and twice almost won by count-out, only to break the count because he wasn't going to let Glenn lose so easily. It was this hubris that cost Bennett though, as Glenn finally got a second wind and pushed back, but was smashed by a huge spinebuster. Bennett announces that now it's over and he goes to lock in the Figure Four, but Glenn counters into a small package for a near fall. Glenn senses the opportunity and uses a burst of energy to beat Bennett to his feet and Tunes Up the Sunshine Band before Bennett knows what happened, and KC Glenn advances to the semi-finals
Rating: C- (54)


The trio of Phonse Lockett, Jerome Turner, and Katie Cameron come into the ring and play up the Semi-Finals and Finals, occuring next month. As Steven Parker, Jerry Martin, and El Mitico Jr. join KC Glenn to hear the announcement that the semi-final matchups will be determined at the show via a lottery. The foursome all stare down each other as the show comes to an end
Rating: E+ (34)


Final Grade: D+ (50)
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Post by Jama7301 » Mon Sep 29, 2014 11:55 am

Well, Glenn's had a good month, match wise.

That semi-main though, damn.

I hate that your shows are flowing so well, whereas mine bounce around erratically.

God fucking dammit.

Boy, did Cameron suffer from some whiplash, going from fawning to terrified.
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RPW Evolved X
Sunday, Week 2, October 2013
Roseville Downtown Community Center, Minnesota
Attendance: 33

Pre-Show/DVD Extra

Chloe Dean welcomes us to RPW. She says that a few of the workers requested some time, but didn’t want to take up the main show because quote “We need to do this now”, so without further ado, the Montreal Mafia, of Dermott Ayres, and Marc Raisin. The two rush down to the ring, one carrying a burlap sack, the other a large rolled up piece of paper. Marc sets up two support stands, and unrolls the paper, and affixes it to the stands. The banner reads in lettering that wouldn’t be out of place in a 2nd grade art project “MATTHEW KEITH KORNER”.
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Dermott welcomes everybody to the inaugural edition of their new show. He says when they started the Unofficial Official Matthew Keith Fan Club, the outpouring of support and membership as simply been overwhelming. He says that as the charter members, it’s his job to make sure that the fan’s voices can be heard. So tonight, they’re going to be reading fan mail, mailed to them, to reach Keith. Dermott grabs the first letter from the sack and reads.
“Dear Matthew Keith you are awesome and wonderful and great and awesome and did I already say that oh whatever and cool and strong and talented and I want to work with you one day thanks bye.”
Dermott thanks the unknown sender, and says, yes, Matthew Keith is all of those things, and that they too share those sentiments. Dermott then asks Marc Raisin if he has anything to say. Marc bounces over to the mic, and starts grabbing for it, when Dermott holds the smaller man back at arm’s reach, as Marc flails for the mic. Dermott continues, saying sorry Marc, they got to get to the next letter, so they don’t have time for his commentary on this one. Dermott starts to dig through the bag again, as Raisin goes and sits in the corner of the ring and pouts. Dermott reads the next email.
“Oh glorious leader of the world of professional wrestling, I wrote you a haiku to let you know how I feel about you.
Matthew Keith is great
Please Proton Lock Me Matthew
I want to be close.

-D from Montreal.”

At the mention of Keith in the letter, Raisin perks up in the corner, and he scrambles over to Dermott. Dermott starts off and says that he can respect a fan who knows what they want, and that the haiku this fan sent brought tears to his eyes. He asks Marc how he felt about it, and again, Marc goes to talk, but gets pushed away by Dermott, who then says they’re all out of time, but they’ll be back with more mail on the next edition of Matthew Keith’s Korner.

Rating: E- (23)

Main Show

Chloe Dean welcomes the RPW champion, Matthew Keith. Matthew Keith talks about his title match with KC Glenn last month. He mentions that Glenn may have been trained by some B-Level worker named after this godforsaken state, but Matthew Keith has been trained by Sam Keith. Wrestling Royalty courses through his mighty veins. This championship? This championship is Matthew Keith’s birthright. It was written in the stars that Matthew Keith would walk this planet, ruling the wrestling world with his iron fist. The boy I beat for this title didn’t stand a chance, after all, it’s not his fault he got in the way of destiny. Dean asks Keith about his title match tonight, and Keith just scoffs. He syas that it doesn’t matter that Matthew Keith is facing two new challengers tonight, they’ll suffer the same fate as the last two: They will be broken down, dissected, and eventually, ripped apart.

Rating: E+ (32)

Match 1
Cal Sanders vs Roger Monteiro
Roger Monteiro is the first opponent for the debuting Cal Sanders. Sanders comes out in jeans, a tanktop and a flannel jacket, and chats with the friends on his way to the ring. Monteiro is not paying the slightest bit of attention, as he brought a handmirror out with him and is checking his hair as he waits. Sanders get into the ring, still chatting with some fans, and Monteiro immediately goes to attack him. The bell rings, and Cal is already on the defensive, as Monteiro pulls Cal’s jacket over his head and starts kneeing him in the gut. Roger rips the jacket the rest of the way off and starts throwing punches at Cal’s head. Cal digs deep, and manages to block a punch, and starts to fight back with a few right hands of his own. Roger tries a kick, but it gets caught by Cal, who turns it into a Dragon Screw, and now Sanders is firmly in control. Sanders runs through some of his offense, and caps it off with the Lumberjack Leap (Swanton Bomb) for the win.

Rating: E- (22)

Match 2
Tony Chambers vs Austin Moore
In the second new debut of the night, Austin Moore draws the rookie as his first opponent. Moore comes out to the ring looking like he just won a barfight. Stained and tattered jean jacket sit on his monster frame. Chamber’s does not know how to approach this new comer, and tries to feel el out the opponent, but Moore is having none of that. Chambers immediately eats a big boot, and then it’s all downhill from there, ultimately ending when Moore hits a Full Nelson Slam for the win.

Rating: F+ (16)

Not finished, Moore looks to make an impact as he tosses Chambers out of the ring. He presses the attack on the outside, throwing Chambers into the barricade and the steps repeatedly. He rolls him back to the ring, and lays him out with another Full Nelson Slam before leaving.

Rating: D- (36)

Match 3
Topher Smith vs Dermott Ayres
Both men are out with their respective partners for this match. Gopher and the Ant are again out with glowsticks and Antman has a whistle he’s blowing in tune with the music. Ayres comes out more determined than he looked last month, while Marc is looking jittery. The two in the ring compete on even footing out of the gates, with Marc hopping up on the apron providing distractions to give Ayres an advantage. Ant-Man gets fed up with Raisin’s nonsense, so he goes after him at ringside. Raisin backs off a bit, putting up his hands to say he doesn’t want a fight. He then slaps Ant-Man across the face and bolts to the back, with Ant-man giving chase. The match continues in the ring, with Smith finally getting the upper hand after all the shenanigans. He gets Dermott to the mat, and goes up top for the Gopher Suicide Dive, but Marc Raisin comes running back down to the ring, and distracts Topher. This gives Dermott enough time to pull him off the top rope, sending Smith crashing to the mat. Ayres then locks in the Montreal Crab, and Smith taps out.

Rating: E- (19)

Match 4
Jazz Funk vs Remmy Honeyman
Remmy Honeyman still looks sore from last month’s Raynemaker, but it looks to have knocked some sense into him as he comes out to his own music and his own gear. This newly refocused Remmy is too much for Jazz to handle. Remmy then drops Jazz with a dropkick, follows it up with a DDT… And hits a wrap-up short arm Lariat. He then climbs up to the top rope, and hits a Leaping Legdrop for the win.

Rating: F+ (16)

We go to the interview area where Chloe Dean welcomes an irate Rayne Man to the interview area. Rayne says everybody thinks they’re funny now. Keith thinks he’s God’s gift to wrestling, and Honeyman is mocking me? No, no, this won’t stand, claims Rayne. To both of you, I just have three things to say. 1: Remmy, you just bought yourself a world of hurt with that little display. 2: Keith, pay attention to what I do tonight, and against Honeyman, and 3: I don’t have a 3, I just have a match to go to. He smirks at Dean, and then heads to the ring.

Rating: E+ (31)

Match 5
Rayne Man & KC Glenn vs Steel & Austin Moore
Rayne Man was not lying about sending a message. He starts the match strong against Steel. He tags Glenn in, and that’s when the match starts to turn in favor of the two brutes. Glenn gets brutalized and grounded for quite some time before he’s able to make the desperation tag. Rayne Man comes in on fire, and rolls through his offense, eventually dropping Steel with an emphatic Raynemaker.

Rating: E+ (34)

Chloe Dean and Clifford Crash hype the main even three-way match between Matthew Keith, Brady Prince, and Thomas Morgan.

Rating: E- (19)

Main Event
RPW Championship
Matthew Keith © vs Brady Prince vs Thomas Morgan

The match starts out with the cocky champion attempting to wrestle circles around the aging veterans, but as the match dragged on, it was clear that Morgan and Prince were choosing to work smarter, instead of harder. Instead of trying to keep up with the fast pace of Keith, Brady opted to wait for Keith to come to him, and he would go after Morgan if Keith kept his distance. Morgan spends a good portion of this match as the whipping boy for both Keith and Prince, but manages to get Keith into the STF. The champ almost taps, but the submission is broken up by Prince. Keith rolls out and grabs a breather while Prince takes control. Prince locks in the Maryland crossface on Morgan, who tries desperately to reach the ropes. Keith reaches into the ring and pulls Morgan by his arm the few inches he’s short, and the hold is broken. Prince looks angry at Keith, who grins his cocky grin at Prince, which causes Brady to leave the ring and give chase. Keith enters the ring and he attacks Brady when he re-enters. He tosses Brady shoulder first into the turnbuckle, and hits him with a German Suplex as he pulls back, holding a shoulder. Keith picks up Morgan and sets him up and hits the Neutron Plex onto Brady! Keith rolls Morgan off of Brady, and covers both men, getting the 3 count.

Rating: D (42)

Matthew Keith, in his usual fashion, demands that the ref put on his title belt, except this time, he keeps moving around, celebrating while the ref tries to affix the buttons. Keith eventually pushes the ref away, and just tosses the title over his shoulder. He finds both of his fallen foes and sits down next to them, putting the title right in their faces, taunting them.

Rating: E+ (35)
Show Rating: E+ (34)
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Post by GooberBM » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:23 pm

Well holy dogshit Matthew Keith Korner totally blew away all my expectations. That...is professional wrestling. All of it.

Rayne Man is gonna choke a bitch. Hard.

Matt Keith is definitely a stronger champion, though and the grades are showing it.

Things are coming a bit along. Keep up the good work
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

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Championship Wrestling From Boston Presents The Commonwealth Cup - Finals
Saturday Week 3 October 2013 Biker's Paradise (New England) Attendance: 36


We start the show in the ring with Katie Cameron but we are not beginning with talk of the Commonwealth Cup. NO! We are in the ring with Kammy Ling and her charges, Swedish Muscle. Kammy asked for this time because she wants to get her guys in a bigger spot on the show. They started the road to that goal by being successful last month, but Acid and Kirk Drury have demanded a rematch, saying they beat Anders and Nigel twice and now they want to fix the blemish on their record. Well by that token, Swedish Muscle still has another loss to avenge, so if Acid and Drury want another shot at them, all they need to do is come out so they can do this
Rating: E (28)


Swedish Muscle vs. Acid II & Kirk Drury
Acid (5:55) via Acid Rain Bomb on Nigel
That one month of magic sure seems to have run out, as Acid and Drury make pretty quick work of the Swedes
Rating: E- (22)


Katie Cameron is back in the ring to interview Pettle, with The Monster and Jerry Martin in tow. Pettle admonishes Katie Cameron to keep it in her pants, because there's serious business to attend to. The Monster is going to get a shot to right the wrong that occured to him, in August, when he gets his hands on Teddy Powell. And The Blonde Bombshell is going to take his place, at the top of the pack here in CWB, when he defeats everyone left to win the Commonwealth Cup. It doesn't matter if it's KC Glenn, El Mitico Jr, or Steven Parker, you don't come into our lair and take from Monster Inc. We are not the victims, the ones who are used up and casted aside. We are the ones who do the using. We are the ones who take what is ours. We are the ones who knock
Rating: E+ (34)


Katie Cameron gets to stay in the ring to interview The Assassin, Ernest Youngman. Youngman takes it easy on our dear Katie and doesn't take her bait when she tries to get him to flirt, instead staying focused on wanting to challenge himself with a new target, that may be even more than he can handle: Harry Bennett. He knows Bennett's pedigree and legacy in Japan and that's the kind of thing that excites The Assassin. Because a target that is hard to kill is that much more gratifying once he gets his Hit in.
Harry Bennett comes out, with Outlaw Wes Revell in tow and says that he heard that someone wants to take a shot at him, and he's got no problem fulfilling Youngman's request. IF he can deal with this angry cowboy, who seems to be ready to pick a fight.
But as Bennett and Revell approach the ring to double team The Assassin, The Pilgrim comes out and helps Youngman even the odds, as a ref runs down to get this match started
Rating: E (28)


Ernest Youngman & The Pilgrim vs. Henry Bennett & Outlaw Wes Revell
Youngman (9:21) via The Hit on Revell
Youngman was totally on fire, and gave it his best, and Bennett definitely wasn't looking to match that intensity, which made it tough on his partner. The wave of momentum crashed over the Outlaw and Youngman brings it home with The Hit
Rating: D- (38)


Youngman & Pilgrim celebrate their win, with The Pilgrim feeling especially excited about getting himself a W
Rating: E (29)


Our intrepid announcers, Jerome Turner, Phonse Lockett, and Katie Cameron welcome the Commonwealth Cup Semi-Finalists; KC Glenn, Jerry Martin, El Mitico Jr., and Steven Parker for the official Lot Draw for the semi-finals matches. Each man draws a ball from the tumbler in the ring and the matchups come up as Jerry Martin facing KC Glenn in the first semis, and El Mitico Jr. facing "The Future" Steven Parker in the second semis. There's no love lost between any of the four and they all stare each other down till Martin bails first, followed by Glenn, and Parker till Mitico poses and then exits
Rating: D- (37)


Teddy Powell vs. The Monster
Powell (10:51) via Rollup
The Monster showed a good amount of growth, just in the last month, in making Teddy Powell earn everything he got, and then some. Powell's speed wasn't enough to just overcome the size and power of The Monster, but just as it looked like The Monster was going to crush Powell with the Fall From Grace, Powell slips out the back and does a sunset flip variation to get the flash three count
Rating: E+ (31)


Katie Cameron is quite excited to interview her guest, KC Glenn about his match tonight. Well KC Glenn corrects her, politely, by telling her it's going to be his matchES, plural. He's been licking his chops for another shot at Jerry Martin, since he got beat a few months ago. This time, he's got his head on a swivel and he'll be ready for any of Monster Inc.'s shenanigans. And after he exorcises those demons, it's on to the Finals and facing either El Mitico Jr. or Steven Parker, and it doesn't matter which one comes through that match, it's going to be a heck of a challenge. But this is what he's been waiting for. He ALWAYS wants to face the biggest and best challenges and that's why he's looking forward to whoever is on the other side of the ring against him because when he wins, he and everyone else will know that KC Glenn is the Superstar of the Next Generation
Rating: E+ (32)


Jerry Martin vs. KC Glenn
Glenn (13:07) via Tune Up the Sunshine Band
Much like the first time out, KC Glenn comes out of the gates on fire and sends Jerry Martin running. The big difference this time is that Jerry Martin calls off Pettle when she tries to get involved, because he wants to do this one on his own, and he's just not up to the task. KC Glenn gets the ball rolling and it runs over The Blonde Bombshell, and then Glenn Tunes Up the Sunshine Band to get the win
Rating: D (43)


Katie Cameron is in the ring, supposedly to interview El Mitico Jr. but before he can get a word out Steven Parker comes out and tells Mitico no. Nobody wants to hear him say a word. They just want him to dance, like the monkey he is. Dance while Steven Parker grinds the organ (he says winking to Katie Cameron, who bites her lip in embarrassment). Mitico, and everyone else here are the puppets, and they're all looking at the star. The man who puts the butts in the seats. The man who is destined for greatness. They are all looking at The Future, for just the shortest of moments, before he passes them all by. So take notes, little man
Rating: D- (38)


Steven Parker vs. El Mitico Jr.
Parker (10:21) via Future Shock DDT
Boy this match was a gas, with Mitico wasting no time trying to push the pace and Parker just holding the onslaught off. It's not enough though, as Mitico keeps the pressure up and takes advantage leading to them fighting for position as Mitico tries to hit the Northern Lights Suplex, and he gets Parker up and over...but Parker locks onto Mitico's head, eats the impact but rolls them both through, then smashes Mitico into the mat with the Future Shock DDT
Rating: C (50)


Before KC Glenn comes out for the main event, our announcers try to preview the finals but The Pilgrim drags Paradox out for a Halloween Goodie Giveaway. Paradox seems more interested in eating the candy himself, but The Pilgrim fights the goodie bag away and then ducks out the way while Paradox falls over the ring steps, then Pilgrim throws the rest of the candy out into the crowd
Rating: E (26)


Steven Parker vs. KC Glenn
Parker (21:35) via Future Shock DDT
For the first time ever, KC Glenn: The Superstar of the New Generation, meets "The Future" Steven Parker and while it wasn't everything you'd want it to be, they are just good enough to overcome the issues and keep it together. This match was nip and tuck but Glenn squeezes out just enough room to Tune Up the Sunshine Band on Parker, but Pettle comes out of nowhere to pull referee Kurt Lovenkrantz out of the ring. This draws Glenn's attention and he never sees the Discus Punch coming. Parker then drags himself up and hits the Future Shock DDT, and Monster Inc. has screwed KC Glenn out of the Commonwealth Cup, and Steven Parker is the inaugural champion
Rating: C- (55)


Final Grade: D+ (49)
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by Jama7301 » Wed Oct 01, 2014 8:55 pm

Pilgrim gets a win? Wonder of wonders. Good for him.

Monster Inc are NOT nice people.

Seems like Katie Cameron really likes her job at CWB's interviewer.

Also, how did a match that was a 55 get a C-, but the 50 got a C?

Also, GODDAMN IT.
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by GooberBM » Wed Oct 01, 2014 9:27 pm

Whoops, that should have been a D+ not a C. So yeah.

And if you were Katie Cameron, you'd be okay with being in Steven Parker's Future too
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed Oct 01, 2014 10:43 pm

Jacob Jett is probably less thrilled about that, though.

Stupid negative chemistry fucking up your money match.
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Re: Rags To Riches - A C-Verse Story

Post by GooberBM » Wed Oct 01, 2014 11:44 pm

For as much as my second best grade ever is fucked up
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