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  1. #1
    dxanman
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    HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    Hey everyone... newbie here!

    Should hopefully be posting my circuit here pretty soon (as soon as some kinks are figured out with the website). I'm looking forward to sharing my ideas with everyone (lol).

  2. #2
    dxanman
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    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    Horizon Wrestling League

    Synopsis:
    Randall Baker - a wealthy businessman from Nashville, Tennessee - thought that he could run a successful wrestling promotion better then both Vince McMahon and Dixie Carter. After months and months of legal fighting, Baker was able to secure the contracts for every single man and woman on the rosters of World Wrestling Entertainment, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, and Ring of Honor... for a large sum of money. Baker said that he will start a new "Monday Night War" with Vince's WWE and will continue the success that Eric Bischoff/Ted Turner started in the early part of the 21st Century.

    Males:
    AJ Styles
    Austin Aries
    Brent Albright
    CM Punk
    Evan Bourne
    Ken Anderson
    Kenny Omega
    Kurt Angle
    Matt Morgan
    Randy Orton
    Sheik Abdul Bashir
    Tyson Kidd

    Females:
    Angelina Love
    Daizee Haze
    Maryse
    Melina
    Sara Del Rey
    Tara


    Tag Teams:
    Beer Money Inc. (James Storm & Robert Roode)
    Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard & JTG)
    Dark City Fight Club (Kory Chavis & Jon Davis)
    Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed)
    The Colons (Carlito & Primo)

    Current Champions:
    HWL Heavyweight Title: AJ Styles (d. Matt Morgan - 09/27/09)
    HWL X-Title: Kenny Omega (d. Tyson Kidd - 07/26/09)
    HWL Women's Title: Daizee Haze (d. Tara - 010/05/09)
    HWL Tag Team Titles: Austin Aries/Randy Orton (d. Cryme Tyme - 09/27/09)

    Pay-Per-View Events:
    No Justice - October 25, 2009 - Conseco Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, Ind.
    Best of the Best - November 22, 2009 - 1st Mariner Arena; Baltimore, MD
    Chaos - December 20, 2009 - Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA

  3. #3
    dxanman
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    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    Monday Night Anarchy
    June 29, 2009
    Sommet Center – Nashville, Tenn.


    0:00-0:05 : In Ring
    HWL General Manager, Tim Jacobs, comes out to the ring in a suit and tie with a black briefcase in his hand. Once inside the ring, Jacobs says that “through power and wealth anything is possible.” He opens up the briefcase and says that he has purchased the rights to every single talent in the three main American wresting promotions. He informs the crowd that they will see the best from Ring of Honor… TNA… and the WWE on a weekly basis in the Horizon Wresting League. Jacobs says that tonight is the start of something new in the world of professional wrestling and that he doesn’t plan on following in anyone’s footsteps on his way to making the HWL the most prominent promotion in the country.

    He then announces that on July 26th, from the Ford Center in Oklahoma City, HWL will be holding their first-ever pay-per-view event called “Rebellion”. Tonight, he says, participants for titles matches will be determined in two Battle-Royal style matches. He says that every champion he has signed that was holding a title at the time will compete in one battle royal, while the non-champions will face off in the second to see who will compete to be the first-ever HWL Heavyweight Champion! Jacobs then wishes the fans a good evening before leaving the ring.

    0:05-0:07 – Commercial Break

    0:07-0:17 : Daizee Haze vs. Sara Del Rey
    The ladies of the HWL started off the first Anarchy of existence as two of ROH’s finest squared off against each other. Haze and Del Rey went after each other early in this match, sharing multiple near-falls between the two of them. Del Rey almost had the match won when she rolled Haze in an inside cradle as Haze was arguing what she thought to be a slow count. But, Haze was able to recover, taking the fight outside the ring where both women barely made it back into the ring after an eight-count. A bodyslam onto the concrete floor appeared to be what did Del Rey in as Daizee wasted no time in hitting the Mind Trip for the 1-2-3.

    Daizee Haze pinned Sara Del Rey with the Mind Trip in 0:09:13.
    Rating: *** ¼

    Daizee Haze celebrated her victory with the crowd as she made her way up the ramp. Del Rey, slowly getting to her feet nodded her head in acceptance after losing the match.

    0:17-0:19 : Commercial Break

    0:19-0:24 : Backstage
    “The Straight-Edge Superstar” CM Punk is backstage with Alisha Hicks as “Anarchy” returns. Hicks asks Punk how he feels knowing that he’s one of the five men entered into the “Champions” Battle Royal for later in the evening. Punk says that he understands that there’s going to be a lot of competition in that ring later tonight, and that every person in that match has the talent to be HWL Heavyweight Champion. But, Punk says that he’s the only one to have spent time in each one of the promotions that are now under one roof. He says that he has held titles and each of those promotions, so if anyone has that “little bit more” to walk away from Rebellion as Heavyweight Champion… it’s him.

    0:24-0:42 : Cryme Tyme vs. Up In Smoke
    Cryme Tyme came into this match with a distinct size advantage over their opponents. But, what they had in strength, they gave up in speed making this match as even as it could possibly be. Both Shad Gaspard and JTG worked over Cheech for a good portion of the start of the match, mixing in tags to keep each other fresh. The tide turned when Cheech was able to tag in the fresh Cloudy, who quickly cleared house to a mixed reaction from the crowd. He would keep a good hold of the advantage until JTG was able to overpower him to the outside of the ring where both men came within four seconds of getting counted out. The battle outside the ring went in Cryme Tyme’s favor as JTG hit the Jumping Frontflip Neckbreaker… but only got a two count! Upset, JTG threw the referee outside the ring to the disdain of the crowd, but the lack of officiating allowed Up In Smoke to hit the “Cloudy with a Chance of Cheech” and a pinfall attempt that was broken up by Shad Gaspard. Gaspard and Cloudy found their way onto the concrete floor outside the ring as JTG was able to hit the Front-flip Neckbreaker a second time… this time for the 1-2-3!

    Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard and JTG) defeated Up In Smoke (Cheech and Cloudy) when JTG pinned Cheech with the Running Front Flip Neckbreaker in 0:17:19.
    Rating: ***

    Shad Gaspard and JTG left the ring to a mix reaction from the crowd as they celebrate their victory. Cloudy slides into the ring and helps Cheech exit as “Anarchy” goes to commercials.

    0:42-0:44 – Commercial Break

    0:44-0:59: In-Ring
    “The Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angles comes out to the ring in a finely pressed suit – to a big ovation of boos from the crowd. Entering the ring, Angle starts off saying that CM Punk only thinks he has what it takes to be the first-ever HWL Heavyweight Champion. Angle says that Punk may have been a champion in all three promotions, but that Angle is the only Olympic Gold medalist in the Horizon Wrestling League! Angles says that if anyone has what it takes to be Heavyweight Champion, it’s going to be the man that won gold in the Olympics with a “broken freakin’ neck”!

    Angle tries to continue but is interrupted as Austin Aires appears on-stage, with a microphone in-hand. As he walks down the ramp he says that everything Kurt Angles has ever done in the world of wrestling is something to be admired; that it’s something to be looked at as a huge success. Aires says that being the first Olympic wrestler to make it big in “sports entertainment” was something to be proud of… but that it was starting to get old! (Crowd pops) Entering the ring, Aires and Angle come face to face with one another as Aires says that he was the most unlikely Heavyweight Champion Ring of Honor had ever seen… and that at Rebellion, he was going to do the same exact thing.

    The two men continue to stare at one another as “The Viper” Randy Orton’s entrance music begins to play. Orton appears in his ring attire and makes his way into the ring before grabbing a microphone and standing between Aires and Angle. Orton says that he and Kurt Angle have battled inside a ring before, and that there’s absolutely no love lost between the two of them. Orton says that his matches with Angle are some of the best he’s ever had during his career. He then turns to Aires and asks him who he is, since Orton has never heard of him. (Crowd boos) Aires becomes infuriated and goes to throw a punch towards Orton, but he gets interrupted by the sound of AJ Styles’ voice.

    Appearing on-stage in his ring gear, Styles says that whether they liked it or not, the three men in the ring knew that no debate about who should be Heavyweight Champion is complete without his name being involved. He enters the ring as all four men find a corner of the ring and stare at each other. Styles says that he was Legends Champion for a reason… that he might be the biggest person to ever step foot into the ring, but that he was still a force to be reckoned with. Styles says that he is the one most likely to put his body on the line to ensure that he walks out of the ring with the Heavyweight Title around his waist. Styles then says that he’s been proving people wrong all his life, and that he doesn’t want to wait to do it again. He drops the microphone and attacks Randy Orton as Austin Aires and Kurt Angle brawl on the opposite side of the ring. (BIG crowd pop!) HWL officials rush down to the ring and separate the four men, escorting them each off as Anarchy goes to commercials.

    0:59-1:01: Commercial Break

    1:01-1:13: Beer Money, Inc. vs. The Colons
    TNA and WWE squared off in this one as the two former promotions’ set of tag team champions stepped into the ring for their first match in the HWL. Beer Money came in showing great team work, keeping Carlito and Primo sectioned off from one another for long amounts of time for the beginning of the match, getting themselves a couple near falls. But a quick tag into Carlito turned things around for The Colons in the middle of the match as the sudden change in pace caught the former TNA Tag Team Champions off guard. Trying to take the match to the outside backfired on Robert Roode as he was busted open after being thrown face-first into the ring post! Carlito rolled Roode back into the ring and went for the quick pin, but Roode was able to get his foot on the ropes to break the count. Carlito went for the Backstabber on Roode, but James Storm entered the ring and attacked Carlito from behind, giving Roode time to make the tag. After a bloody Roode knocked Primo off the ring apron, he and Storm hit the DWI for the victory. And, with the victory, Beer Money found themselves in the Tag Team Title Match on July 26th at Rebellion.

    Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm and Robert Roode) defeated Carlito and Primo when J. Storm pinned Carlito after the DWI in 0:11:18.
    Rating: ***

    The crowd booed as Storm and Roode made their way up the ramp. Roode wiped away blood from the cut over his left eye and flung it towards the crowd at ringside before raising his arms in victory. Inside the ring Primo helped Carlito to his feet as “Anarchy” went to commercials.

    1:13-1:15: Commercial Break

    1:15-1:17: Backstage
    Tim Jacobs is seen sitting at his desk inside his arena office. He says that tonight has already been shaping up to be a great night… and a great way to begin the path to Rebellion. Jacobs says that the road to “Rebellion” will get clearer next week as there will be three matches to determine the card for July 26th. Jacobs announces that Daizee Haze, Sara Del Rey and Tara will face off in a Triple Threat Match to determine one-half of the Women’s Title Match… and that Angelina Love, Maryse and Melina will face off in the same type of match to determine the second half. Also, he says, a Fatal Four Way Elimination Match will take place to determine what team will face Beer Money for the Tag Team Titles at “Rebellion”. The owner then says that he personally can’t wait to see who will face off for the Heavyweight Title at the first-ever HWL pay-per-view.

    1:17-1:54: 7-Man Battle Royal
    Cody Deaner and Tyler Black started things off and went after each other for the first 90 seconds until Evan Bourne entered the ring. Bourne didn’t take long – waiting 23 seconds – to throw Deaner out first. Bourne and Black continued their batted for close to a minute until Bourne was tossed over the top rope as well. Tyler Black held his own inside the ring eliminating Brent Albright and Tyson Kidd each within a minute of their entering the ring! That all changed as Matt Morgan and Kenny Omega were the final two to enter the ring. The three of them of battled for nearly 30 minutes! The smaller Omega and Black doubled-up on Morgan throughout the rest of the match, managing to get him outside of the ring… but never over the top rope. All the near misses finally caught up with the duo as Morgan became more and more focused during the later part of the match, eliminating both men less then a minute apart to earn himself a spot in the Heavyweight Title Match at “Rebellion”.

    Matt Morgan won a 7-man Royal Rumble:
    x Deaner and T. Black started out.
    x Evan Bourne entered at 0:01:30
    x E. Bourne threw out Deaner in 0:01:53
    x T. Black threw out E. Bourne in 0:02:27
    x Brent Albright entered at 0:03:00
    x T. Black threw out B. Albright in 0:03:34
    x Tyson Kidd entered at 0:04:30
    x T. Black threw out T. Kidd in 0:04:48
    x Matt Morgan entered at 0:06:00
    x Kenny Omega entered at 0:07:30
    x M. Morgan threw out T. Black after a kneelift in 0:35:34
    x M. Morgan threw out K. Omega after a headsmash into the turnbuckle in 0:36:29
    Rating: ***

    An exhausted Matt Morgan falls to the canvas after the battle royal as “Anarchy” goes to commercials.

    1:54-1:56: Commercial Break

    1:56-2:12: 5-Man Battle Royal
    The four former champions who brawled in the ring earlier in the show couldn’t wait to step into the ring to see who would be facing Matt Morgan at “Rebellion” for the Heavyweight Title. This was a fierce battle as a lot of anger carried over from the middle of the show. However, it was CM Punk – who entered third – who survived for nearly 14 minutes, throwing out Randy Orton, Kurt Angle and Austin Aires to win the match and earn a main event spot on July 26!

    CM Punk won a 5-man Royal Rumble:
    x Styles and R. Orton started out.
    x CM Punk entered at 0:01:30
    x Austin Aries entered at 0:03:00
    x Punk threw out R. Orton after a headbutt in 0:04:18
    x Kurt Angle entered at 0:04:30
    x Punk threw out K. Angle after a single-leg takedown in 0:08:24
    x Aries threw out Styles after a duck-down move in 0:09:06
    x Punk threw out Aries in 0:15:29
    Rating: ***

    After the match, Punk stands in the ring as Matt Morgan appears on-stage. The crowd cheers the confrontation as the two men stare at each other from across the arena as “Anarchy” goes off the air.

    Card Rating: ***






    HWL Rebellion – July 26, 2009 – Oklahoma City, Okla.
    Heavyweight Title Match: Matt Morgan vs. CM Punk

    Tag Team Title Match: Beer Money vs. ??

  4. #4
    dxanman
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    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    Sorry... was going to try and post my second card. But, for some reason I get a lot of smileys inserted in the post. Anyone know why that is?

  5. #5
    dxanman
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    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    Monday Night Anarchy
    July 06, 2009
    FedEx Forum – Memphis, Tenn.

    [0:00-0:10]: Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels welcome the at-home audience to Memphis, Tennessee and hope that everyone had a safe and fun Fourth of July weekend. They announce the two Women’s Triple Threat matches, along with the tag team Fatal Four Way that will be taking place later in the evening.

    They are interrupted as “The Straight-Edge Superstar” CM Punk appears on-stage – in street clothes – to a huge roar of cheers from the crowd. Punk grabs a microphone inside the ring and says how happy he is that he was able to outlast the four other men that were in the Battle Royal last; and proud that he will be main eventing the first-ever HWL pay-per-view. But, he says that he’s not out here to talk about his accomplishment from last week… that he only wants one thing. Punk says he wants Matt Morgan to come down to the ring.

    Matt Morgan wastes no time in coming down to the ring – in his ring attire – and standing across from Punk. Punk says he wants to know what Morgan’s problem is. Morgan forcefully grabs the microphone from Punk’s hand getting a loud roar of boos from the crowd. Morgan says that Punk is worried about the wrong thing. He wonders why Punk thinks the problem is with him, personally. Morgan says that he has the same problem he would have with any of the other former champions who won the battle royal last week. Morgan says that the only problem he has is that Punk stands in his way of becoming Heavyweight Champion. Morgan says that the only way that problem will go away is if he leaves “Rebellion” with the title. Punk then forcefully grabs the microphone from Morgan and says that he’s not going to budge for anyone. (Crowd pops) Punk then drops the microphone and the two men begin to brawl in the center of the ring. (Huge crowd pop) Punk knocks Morgan down with a stiff right hand. He picks up Morgan and whips him into the ropes, but Morgan grabs a hold of them and slides out of the ring. He walks up the ramp, holding the back of his head, as Punk begs him to get back into the ring. They stare at each other as “Anarchy” goes to commercials.

    [0:10-0:12]: Commercial Break

    [0:12-0:39]: Daizee Haze vs. Sara Del Rey vs. Tara (Triple Threat Elimination Match)
    Daizee Haze and Sara Del Rey faced off for the second week in a row, but this week they were joined by former TNA Knockout Tara, as they each battled to see who would moving on to “Rebellion” to challenge for the Women’s Title. It was a back and forth battle between all three women before Tara and Daizee found themselves fighting outside the ring. After whipping Daizee into the guardrail, Tara hit the Widow’s Peak onto the concrete floor before entering the ring to focus on Sara. Daizee was counted out as the match came down to Tara and Del Rey to see who would move on. After a grueling 15-minute war, Tara was able to hit the second Widow’s Peak of the night, pinning Sara and earning her chance at the Women’s Title at “Rebellion”.

    Tara defeated Daizee Haze and Sara Del Rey:
    x Taraa beat Daizee via countout in 0:10:05
    x Taraa beat Del Rey via the Widow's Peak in 0:26:22
    Rating: **


    After the match, Tara celebrates her victory on the way up the ramp as Sara Del Rey is tended to in the middle of the ring.

    [0:39-0:41]: Commercial Break

    [0:41-0:46]: Alisha Hicks is shown backstage with Beer Money Inc., and asks for their opinions on who they’d like to face off against at “Rebellion” for the Tag Team Titles. Robert Roode starts off by saying that the challengers don’t matter for “Rebellion” because no matter who wins, they have to go through Beer Money to win the belts. He says that it’s guaranteed to be a fight, and to him, that’s all that really counts.

    James Storm then says he agrees with Roode, but adds that he’s just a Tennessee Redneck (small crowd pop), and come “Rebellion” all he’ll be looking for is a “good ole fight”. He then says that he and Roode will be keeping a close eye on the match because they wanna find out who they’ll be facing… just like the “retards” in Memphis.

    [0:46-0:50]: Austin Aires vs. “The Blueprint” Matt Morgan
    Austin Aires came into this match, looking to make a statement against the man who will be facing CM Punk at “Rebellion”. However, his fast-paced assault ultimately turned on him after he attempted a tope to the outside of the ring. Morgan moved out of the way and watched as Aires landed squarely on his stomach, knocking the air out of his lungs. Morgan rolled back into the ring for countout victory.

    Matt Morgan defeated Austin Aries by countout in 0:00:48.
    Rating: *


    After the match, Morgan made his way up the ramp with the crowd booing his every step, as KURT ANGLE appeared through the crowd! Angle grabbed Aires by the hair and threw him back into the ring as the officials tried to stop him. Angle shoved the officials away and entered the ring, stalking Aires as he slowly got to his feet. As Aires stood up, Angle connected with an Angle Slam that caused the crowd to roar with disapproval. Angel then left the ring as the officials tended to Aires.

    [0:50-0:52]: Commercial Break

    [0:52-1:00]: Austin Aires is seen walking through the backstage area of the FedEx Forum, heading towards the office of Tim Jacobs. Aires walks in and sees Jacobs talking to ANGELINA LOVE. Jacobs excuses himself as he asks what Aires wants. Aires says he knows Jacobs saw what Angle did just a few minutes ago… and that he wants to face “The Olympic Gold Medalist” at “Rebellion”. (Huge crowd pop) Jacobs says that the match sounds like a “damn good idea” and says that Aires has his match.

    A small video is shown promoting the up-coming “Rebellion” pay-per-view, showcasing Matt Morgan vs. CM Punk for the HWL Heavyweight Title.

    [1:00-2:22]: Cryme Tyme vs. Lethal Consequences vs. Dark City Fight Club vs. Up In Smoke (Tag Team Fatal Four Way)
    The four remaining teams hoping to get the chance to move on to “Rebellion” faced off tonight in what was the most exciting match of the evening, given the crowd’s response. For nearly 90 minutes, these four teams battled each other; never wanting to lose their chance at the HWL Tag Team Titles. It took just over an hour for the first elimination to happen when JTG eliminated Up In Smoke. But, quickly after that – either due to exhaustion or Cryme Tyme getting on a roll – the eliminations came faster. The match ended when Consequences Creed – frustrated with his team’s showing in the match – was disqualified after not releasing a chokehold before the five-count.

    Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard and JTG) defeated
    Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed), Dark City Fight Club (Kory Chavis and Jon Davis) and Up In Smoke (Cheech and Cloudy):
    x JTG beat Cloudy via a rolling reverse cradle in 1:05:39
    x JTG beat J. Davis via a flying bodypress in 1:10:22
    x Shad beat Creed via disqualification in 1:21:32
    Rating: ***


    After the match, the official pulls Creed off of Shad as Cryme Tyme leaves the ring to cheers from the fans. Inside the ring. Creed and Lethal speak to the referee. HWL Announcer, Greg Daniels, announces that the G4 Network is giving the HWL up to an extra hour of air time tonight. He says he wants to personally thank the Network for allowing the “great action to be seen by all the HWL fans”.

    [2:22-2:24]: Commercial Break

    [2:24-2:26]: Tim Jacobs is seen with Alisha Hicks backstage in the FedEx Forum. Jacobs says that next week will be a special week for the HWL, as the X-Division will be highlighted by the first round of an eight-man tournament to determine will be facing off for the X-Title in a LADDER MATCH at “Rebellion”.

    [2:26-2:46] Angelina Love vs. Maryse vs. Melina (Triple Threat Match)
    Maryse appears to be a force in the Women’s division, as she showed tonight, by taking out both Melina and Angelina Love. Melina was quickly eliminated by disqualification – in less then a minute – when she wouldn’t release a choke hold, much like Consequences Creed earlier tonight. But, that cleared the ring for what turned out to be a very impressive match between Love and Maryse that went on for nearly 20 minutes! Maryse picked up the win after hitting a DDT for the 1-2-3. She will now move on to “Rebellion” to take on Tara for the HWL Women’s Title.

    Maryse defeated Angelina Love and Melina:
    x Maryse beat Melina via disqualification in 0:00:45
    x Maryse beat Love via the DDT in 0:19:02
    Rating: **


    After the match, Maryse celebrated her win outside the ring as the crowd showered boos upon her.

    [2:46-2:48]: Commercial Break

    [2:48-3:01]: Kenny Omega vs. CM Punk
    CM Punk found himself a surprising opponent tonight in Kenny Omega. Omega battled Punk, showcasing the abilities of the X-Division, nearly getting the best of Punk on more than one occasion. The end of the match saw Punk do something unheard of. Uncharacteristically, Punk hit Omega with a vicious dropkick to the back of the head that sent Omega down, unconscious, to the canvas. Punk pinned him easily for the 1-2-3.

    CM Punk pinned Kenny Omega after a dropkick to the back of the head in 0:12:03.
    Rating: * ¾


    After the match, Matt Morgan runs down from the backstage area as Punk celebrates his win. Ignoring the roar of the crowd, Punk turns around as Morgan connects with a giant boot to Punk’s face, knocking “The Straight-Edge Superstar” to the canvas. “Anarchy” goes off the air as Morgan stands over Punk, taunting him.

    Card Rating: **

  6. #6
    dxanman
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    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    Monday Night Anarchy
    July 13, 2009
    Alltel Arena – Little Rock, AR


    [0:00-0:10]: Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels welcome the at-home audience to this week’s edition of “Anarchy”, just 13 days away from “Rebellion” in Oklahoma City! They announce that tonight is going to be the first round of the X-Title Tournament and question what will happen concerning the matches that have been signed for July 26th.

    For the second week in a row they are interrupted by CM Punk. – this week in his wresting gear. “The Straight Edge Superstar” says that he was giving Matt Morgan the benefit of the doubt, thinking that he wouldn’t resort to the actions he took last week, booting Punk in the face after his match with Kenny Omega. (Crowd boos) Punk says that he was wrong about Morgan, and that he’ll never make the same mistake again. Punk says that he’s aware of the fact that he’ll be facing Morgan at “Rebellion”, but says that he can’t wait that long… demanding that Morgan meet him in the ring “right now” and “settle this once and for all!” (Huge crowd pop)

    Punk waits in the center of the ring as the cheers from the crowd get bigger… but, they suddenly turn to boos as Tim Jacobs appears on-stage. Jacobs says that he fully understands Punk’s frustration; but, says that he can’t allow them to wrestle tonight because it would ruin the pay-per-view. (Crowd boos) Jacobs says that the best way to solve things tonight would be to give Punk the night off and to have another week to recover from the big boot last week. Jacobs says that “The Blueprint” has already been signed into a match tonight, so that Punk knew he wasn’t getting off easily. Before leaving the ring, Jacobs tells Punk that he only has two weeks to wait – just like the fans – until “Rebellion”. He then leaves the stage as Punk stands in the ring, shaking his head.

    [0:10-0:12]: Commercial Break

    [0:12-0:19]: Cody Deaner vs. Primo (X-Title Tournament – Round One)
    The crowd didn’t seem to be into this match too much as Primo took on HWL’s resident Redneck Cody Deaner. Primo picked up the kick victory after using his cousin Carlito’s move – the Backstabber – to pick up the victory.

    Primo pinned Cody Deaner with the Backstabber in 0:06:21.
    Rating: * ½


    [i] After the match, Primo exits the ring and is met by Carlito, and the two celebrate as Deaner is checked on by the referee. [i]

    [0:19-0:21]: Commercial Break

    [0:21-0:25]: Shad Gaspard and JTG are seen backstage, speaking with Melina, when they are suddenly attacked by Robert Roode and James Storm. Storm and Gaspard pair off, as do Roode and JTG, as they all begin to brawl in the backstage area. Storm whips Gaspard into a metal door that echoes throughout the area. As he stomps Gaspard in the stomach, Roode slams JTG’s head into the brick wall, sending him crashing to the ground. (Crowd boos) Storm and Roode walk away as the members of Cryme Tyme lie prone on the ground.

    [0:25-0:36] Tyson Kidd (w/Natalya) vs. Tyler Black (X-Title Tournament – Round One)
    Tyson Kidd brought his girlfriend Natalya to the ring this week as he and Tyler Black faced off, and continued their battle from two weeks ago in the seven-man battle royal. Kidd appeared ready for this match as he dominated Black for the majority of the match. But, his cockiness got the better of him as Black was able to hit the “God’s Last Gift” on the concrete floor! Black waited as the referee counted to 10, but Natayla quickly came to her boyfriend’s aide, helping him inside the ring where Kidd had enough resolve to put his foot on the ropes to break the three-count. Natalya got involved, once again, climbing onto the apron and distracting the referee as Kidd connected with a low blow on Black before hitting the Springboard Elbowdrop for the 1-2-3.

    Tyson Kidd pinned Tyler Black with the Springboard Elbowdrop in 0:10:47.
    Rating: ** ¾


    After the match, Kidd and Natalya stand over Black and celebrate the victory as the crowd boos them.

    [0:36-0:38]: Commercial Break

    [0:38-0:48]: “The Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle comes out to the ring, as “Anarchy” returns, to an astounding roar of booing from the Little Rock crowd. Dressed in his street clothes, Angle enters the ring and grabs a microphone from the ring announcer. (Crowd boos) Waiting for the crowd to quiet, Angle walks around the ring with a smile on his face. He stops and asks the crowd if they saw what he did to Austin Aires last week “right here, in this very ring”. (Crowd boos again) Angle says that Aires wants to be the better man by going straight to Tim Jacobs and demanding a match against Angle at “Rebellion”. (Crowd cheers) Angle laughs and says that Aires isn’t the better man... that he’s not even a man at all! (Crowd boos) Angle says that if Aires was a “real man” he’d face Angle in the ring and not wait until July 26th.

    Angle is interrupted as Aires’ entrance music plays, sending the crowd into a frenzy. Angle quickly turns around and braces himself for a fight, motioning to the stage. The crowd cheers louder as Aries slides into the ring – behind Angle – and dropkicks him through the ropes, to the concrete floor outside the ring! Angle gets up and slides into the ring, but Aries stops Angle from getting to his feet before finally hitting a Cradle Piledriver in the center of the ring! (Huge crowd pop) “Anarchy” goes to commercials with Aries standing over Angle in the ring.

    [048-050]: Commercial Break

    [0:50-0:58] Evan Bourne vs. Kenny Omega (X-Title Tournament – Round One)
    Kenny Omega found himself wrestling tonight after a very good showing against CM Punk in last week’s main event. Bourne, however, was making in singles debut, and it appeared to have him a little startled tonight. Omega picked up the win after hitting the Electric Chair German Suplex for the 1-2-3.

    Kenny Omega pinned Evan Bourne with the Electric Chair German Suplex in 0:08:06.
    Rating: **


    Omega slides out of the ring, after the match, and celebrates the victory as the crowd cheers him on.

    [0:58-1:00]: Commercial Break

    [1:00:1:04]: Alisha Hicks is backstage with Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed when “Anarchy” returns. Creed says that he and Lethal have something to say, before Lethal chimes in and says that they both feel they were cheated out of the tag team Fatal Four Way match last week. He says that they feel they should be the team facing Beer Money for the Tag Team Titles at “Rebellion”… but, since that’s not the case, they are issuing an open challenge to any other team in the HWL for a match on July 26th.

    [1:04-1:05]: A preview for “Rebellion” is shown, highlighting the four matches already signed: Matt Morgan vs. CM Punk for the Heavyweight Title; Beer Money Inc vs. Cryme Tyme for the Tag Team Titles; Maryse vs. Tara for the Women’s Title; and Kurt Angle vs. Austin Aries.

    [1:05-1:07]: Commercial Break

    [1:07-1:12]: Kory Chavis vs. “The Blueprint” Matt Morgan
    The crowd – and Kory Chavis – were waiting to see Matt Morgan make his way to the ring for the main event… but, instead, “The Viper” Randy Orton appeared, taking Morgan’s place in the match! Orton took the fight to Chavis, and after hitting the RKO, was attacked by AJ STYLES – much to the crowd’s delight. Orton was awarded the victory, as Styles quickly exited the ring and made his way up the ramp. Frustrated by the attack, Orton stalked Chavis as he slowly got to his feet before hitting a second RKO!

    Randy Orton defeated Kory Chavis by disqualification in 0:04:02.
    Rating: * ¼


    After the match, Orton stands over Chavis’s body, staring at Styles as the crowd boos intensely.

    [1:12-1:14]: The camera goes backstage to see Matt Morgan laying prone and unconscious near the loading dock of the Alltel Arena. The camera pans out to see CM Punk walking away with a steel pipe in his hand. (Huge crowd pop) Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels beg to wonder what’s going to happen next week as “Anarchy” goes off the air.

    Card Rating: * ¾

    HWL Rebellion PPV: 07/26/09 - Oklahoma City, OK
    Heavyweight Title Match: CM Punk vs. Matt Morgan
    Women's Title Match: Maryse vs. Tara
    Tag Team Title Match: Beer Money, Inc. vs. Cryme Tyme
    Kurt Angle vs. Austin Aries

  7. #7
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    HWL Monday Night Anarchy
    July 20, 2009
    American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX


    [Q1]
    A video package plays, showing highlights from last week's main event as AJ Styles ran down to the ring and attacked Randy Orton while he stood inside the ring after throwing Jon Davis to the floor. The video then shows Orton furiously staring at Styles as he made his way through the crowd. He then turns and stalks Davis before hitting the RKO before leaving the ring himself.

    The video then shows the footage of CM Punk walking away after attacking HWL Heavyweight Champion Matt Morgan with a steel pipe. The video ended as Morgan came out to the ring with the Heavyweight Title draped over his shoulder and small bandage on his forehead. He said that in six days, he'll be facing CM Punk with the title on the line; and that he's a little surprised by the tactics Punk has been taking as of lately to get the upper hand heading into Rebellion. He asked why the people in Dallas cheered for Punk because he is a hypocrite. Morgan said that Punk loves to call himself the "Straight-Edge Superstar" and that he lives by the montra of "no drugs... no drinking".

    But, Morgan said that beside the fact that Punk had to use a steel pipe to get his message across last week, that Morgan had information that would ultimately destroy Punk's reputation as a clean role model for the children in the HWL audience. He called Punk, saying that if he didn't meet him in the ring, Punk's dark side would be revealed in front of the world...

    After a few minutes, CM Punk's music started as the "Straight-Edge Superstar" made his way down to the ring with a tremendous ovation from the crowd. Punk said that he came down to the ring, not to hide whatever information Morgan had, but to finish the job he started last week. Morgan said that if Punk did finish the job tonight, it'd be the biggest mistake of his career, because he wouldn't get the chance to take the title away from Morgan Sunday night at Rebellion. Morgan said that he still had six days to get the cobwebs out of his head and focus on beating Punk inside the ring. He also said that Punk had his word that nothing would happen before REBELLION and offered his hand. Relunctantly, Punk shook Morgan's hand - much to the dismay of the Dallas crowd - before turning to exit the ring. As Punk went through the ropes, Morgan smashed him in the back of the head with the Heavyweight Title sending Punk crashing to the concrete at ringside! The crowd boos as Morgan stands in the ring, holding the title into the air.

    --- Commercial Break ---

    [Q2]
    1. Tyson Kidd (w/Natalya) vs. Primo -- X Title Tournament Semi-Final
    The beginning of the match saw a fury of back and forth action as both men wanted to prove their dominance heading into the final round of the tournament at Rebellion. Tyson got the early advantage after connecting wth a clothesline and a beautiful dropkick. Kidd then hit a snap suplex but only got a two-count. More back and forth action as Primo was able to regain even ground. Kidd goes for a second dropkick, but Primo pushes him away. Kidd hits the canvas and rolls out of the ring to catch his composure as he gets a pep talk from Natalya.

    --- Commercial Break ---

    [Q3]
    Returning from the break, Primo has the advantage, whipping Kidd into the corner and following it up with a running clolthesline. Primo drags Kidd out of the corner and takes him down with a DDT but only gets a two-count. Primo runs into the ropes and misses with a clothesline as Kidd ducks and hits a spinning heel kick. The crowd roars with disapproval. Kidd whips Primo into the ropes where Natayla grabs his ankle! Primo spins around and stares at Natalya as the referee warns her. Kidd takes advantage of the interference as he grabs Primo and hits a reverse DDT. He runs into the ropes and hits a Springboard Elbowdrop for the 1-2-3!

    Winner: Tyson Kidd via pinfall (18:22)

    Backstage: Austin Aries was seen walking through the backstage area when he was viciously attacked by Kurt Angle. Aries attempted to fight back but Angle's blindside was too much to overcome. Angle slammed Aries against the concrete walls before telling him that when they meet on Sunday that the "better wrestler" will be revealed. Angle then kicked Aries in the midsection before walking away as Aries gasped for breath.

    2. Angelina Love/Maryse/Sara Del Rey vs. Daizee Haze/Melina/Tara
    The women of the HWL took center stage in the second match of the night as Angeline Love and Tara brought their teams to ringside before their Women's Title match this Sunday night. Former Shimmer stars Haze and Del Rey started off the match with an impressive back-and-forth display. Daizee connected with a hurancarana but was only able to get a two count. Tag into saw Melina with a series of clotheslines and a dropkick that sent Del Rey outside the ring to catch her composure.

    --- Commercial Break ---

    [Q4]
    Tara and Angelina Love are in the ring when Anarchy returns. Love with the advantage after pulling Tara down to the ground with the referee's back turned to Maryse who tried to interfere. Tara lifted Angelina up for the Widow's Peak, but Del Rey grabbed onto Love's foot. Tara begged for Del Rey to get into the ring and two of them battled it out in the center of the ring. Maryse tried to intertere but was thrown out off the ring as Daizee Haze came in for the save, throwing Maryse outside the ring. Haze and Tara took advantage of the double team and hit a double backdrop and a double clothesline on Del Rey before Haze exited the ring. Tara hit the Widow's Peak on Del Rey for the 1-2-3.

    Winners: Daizee Haze/Melina/Tara via pinfall (14:15)


    --- Commercial Break ---

    In the Ring: “Anarchy” returned as Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed made their way to the ring. Jay Lethal said that he and Consequences Creed are once again offering up an open challenge for Sunday night at “Rebellion”… to any team on the HWL roster who wants to go two-on-two. Creed got on the microphone and said that the was tired of being over looked over as possible contenders for the HWL Tag Team Titles. He said that this Sunday night was going to be their chance to prove their worth in the Horizon Wrestling League.

    [Q5 - 2nd Hour]
    Before they can say anything else, they are interrupted as Up In Smoke appear on-stage. Cheech and Cloudy say that they would be more then happy to take the challenge and “beat the hell” out of Lethal and Creed. Lethal got back on the microphone and asked that if Cheech and Cloudy want them so bad,
    why wait until Sunday. Cheech and Cloudy ran down to the ring as all four men started to brawl until HWL officials rushed down and broke up the battle.

    --- Commercial Break ---

    3. Kenny Omega vs. Brent Albright -- X-Title Tournament Semi-Final
    Speed and power fought off in this match as both men were fighting for the chance to face Tyson Kidd for the vacant X-Title Sunday night at Rebellion. Omega came out with a quick burst of action that caught Albright by surprise, hitting at second-rope dropkick for a quick 2-count. Back-and-forth action followed as Albright was able to block a suplex attempt, and got his own 2-count after hitting a vicious clothesline in the center of the ring. The crowd got into was getting more and more into this match as it went on, after Albright hit a massive powerslam and went for the cover. Omega, continuing to fight, barely got his shoulder up before the 3-count.

    [Q6]
    Omega slid out of the ring after the powerslam and Albright followed suit, taking the fight outside. Omega connected with a lowblow that buckled Albright down to his knees as the referee started the 10-count. Omega hit a few stomps to Albright's midsection before throwing him back into the ring at the count of seven, breaking the count. Back in the ring, Omega connected with a Tornado DDT but was only able to get a 2-count. Back to their feet, Omega dropkicked Albright's knee from under him before hitting a fisherman suplex and locking the big man's legs for the surprise 1-2-3.

    Winner: Kenny Omega via pinfall (18:17)


    Backstage: Alisha Hicks caught up with “The Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle as he made his way to the stage for the next match. Hicks asked what Angle’s motives were for the attack on Austin Aries earlier tonight, and Angle said that he wasn’t going to let some second-rate independent wrestler – who couldn’t cut it in the world of TNA – disrespect him. Angle said that he wanted to send a message to Aries tonight, but that he was issuing a challenge for “Rebellion”, so he could finish the job in front of the world.

    --- Commerical Break ---

    4. Austin Aries/AJ Styles vs. Kurt Angle/Randy Orton
    All four of these men were looking to gain some sort of advantage heading into their individual matches on Sunday night. Orton and Styles started things off giving the crowd a taste of what is to come at Rebellion when will face-off in singles action. Styles was able to use his quickness to get the better of Orton early in the match and connected with a flying forearm for a 2-count.

    [Q7]
    The match continued with some good back and forth action from all four men. Orton made a quick tag to Angle who went after Styles and locked in the Ankle Lock near the ropes. The hold was broken after Styles grabbed the ropes. Angle drug Styles back into the center of the ring and reapplied the Ankle Lock as the crowd began chanting Styles's name. Just seconds before Styles tapped, Aries jumped into the ring and broke up the hold. Orton entered the ring and threw Aries to the outside, following him to continue the brawl. Taking advantage of the interference, Angle choked out Styles as the crowd roared with disapproval. The referee turned around and issued the 5-count before disqualifying Angle and Orton!

    Winners: AJ Styles/Austin Aries via DQ (9:10)


    All four men battled with each other after the bell rang until HWL officials rushed down to break it up.

    --- Commercial Break ---

    5. Cryme Tyme/CM Punk vs. Beer Money Inc./Matt Morgan
    The ending of the match saw Matt Morgan put Shad Gaspard in a boot choke. Nick Patrick warned Matt Morgan to let go. Nick Patrick counted: One, two, three, four. Morgan released the hold before reaplying it a second time. Nick Patrick counted: One, two, three. Matt Morgan hit Shad Gaspard with a headsmash into the turnbuckle. Matt Morgan used a headsmash into the turnbuckle on Shad Gaspard. Matt Morgan executed a belly-to-back suplex on Shad Gaspard. Matt Morgan caught Shad Gaspard in a choke lift. Nick Patrick warned Matt Morgan to let go. Nick Patrick counted: One, two, three, four, five. Nick Patrick disqualified Beer Money, Inc. and Matt Morgan. The crowd was behind Shad Gaspard all the way.

    Winners: Cryme Tyme & CM Punk via DQ (39:20)

  8. #8
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    HWL REBELLION PPV
    July 26, 2009
    Ford Center - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


    [Q1]
    Ringside: Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels welcomed everyone to the first-ever pay-per-view event held by the Horizon Wrestling League. They thanked Oklahoma City for allowing the event to take place in their city and announced that seven matches were going to take place tonight.

    1 -- Up In Smoke vs. Lethal Consequences
    This open challenge match started things off with a lot of high-risk, high-energy moves from all four members. Cheech and Consequences Creed got things started with Creed using his weight for a slight advantage, pushing Cheech to the canvas and following up with a clothesline Creed kept up the attack and went for a suplex, but with the referee's attention blocked, Cheech hit a low blow and was able to make the tag to Cloudy who quickly went for the pin, but only got a two count. Cloudy kept the advantage as, Creed tried to get his barrings, hitting a snap suplex for another quick two-count. Frustrated, Cloudy threw Creed to the outside of the ring where Cheech attacked him as the referee's back was turned once more. Jay Lethal jumped off the apron and blindsided Cheech and the crowd went up in a roar of applause as Cloudy and Lethal shared words.

    [Q2]
    Back in the ring, Creed fought back and blocked a kick to the midsection before making the hot tag to Lethal. Lethal cleared Cloudy out of the ring and went after Cheech. A dropkick sent Cheech to the outside as the crowd went crazy. Back and forth action saw a near fall by Lethal after a second-rope suplex that was broken up by Cloudy. Creed entered the ring as a brawl ensued. Creed and Cloudy continued the fight outside the ring as Lethal hit the Flying Elbowdrop for the 1-2-3! After the match, Lethal tossed Cheech out of the ring as Cloudy made a run up the ramp.

    Winners: Lethal Consequences via pinfall (27:31).


    A promotional video is shown for next month's "Turning Point" pay-per-view live from Minneapolis, Minnesota on August 23rd! Daniels and Michaels hype the event by asking who will be defending the Heavyweight Title in a month's time.

    [Q3]
    Backstage: Alisha Hicks interviewed Tyson Kidd and Natalya about the upcoming match for the vacant X Title. Kidd said that tonight was the night he was going to make a name for himself. He said that he hadn't lost a match since debuting in the HWL and that his winning streak would continue once he climbed up that ladder and grabbed the X Title. He said that his family has their name etched in the wrestling history books... and that tonight, his name will be added to them as well.

    2 -- Kenny Omega vs. Tyson Kidd (w/Natalya) -- X-Title Ladder Match
    ... Omega is half-way up the ladder. He gets closer to the top as the crowd begins to cheer wildly. He's in grabbing distance as Kidd slowly gets back to his feet. As Kidd begins to climb the ladder, Omega grabs the belt and falls to the ring as the referee calls for the bell! After the match, Omega slowly rolls out of the ring and hold the X-Title in the air as the crowd goes crazy.

    Winner: Kenny Omega - NEW X Champion (32:20)

    A video package is shown highlighting the Battle Royal victories of both Tara and Maryse leading up to the Women's Title Match.

    3 -- Maryse vs. Tara -- Women's Title Match
    The crowd was shocked as Sara Del Rey replaced Tara in tonight's match. Lots of back and forth action saw plenty of near falls for each woman as they tried to claim the right to be the first-ever Women's Champion. Del Rey picked up the victory after hitting the Royal Butterfly for the 1-2-3. After the match, Randall Baker appeared on-stage with the Women's Title. He said that since the match was originally schuedled to be betweenn Maryse and Tara, that the title would remain vacant until a later date. He left the stage as Sar Del Rey looked on in shock.

    Winner: Sara Del Rey via pinfall. (14:53) *Title remains vacant*

    Bacstage: Alisha Hicks interviewed Randy Orton before his match against AJ Styles. Orton said that Styles may have won the battle last Monday night, due to a horrible decision by Kurt Angle, but said that the war between them ends tonight. Orton said that this match had "huge implications" and that he would be the one with his hand raised in victory when the bell rang.

    4 -- AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton --
    The "war" Orton had spoke about just minutes before the match never really begun as Styles took the advantage with a non-stop attack to start off. Orton hit a lowblow to end the attack, and grabbed Style in a chokehold. The referee gave Orton the five-count before calling for the bell. After the match, referee Chad Patton tried to pulled Orton away from Styles. Out of nowhere Orton hit the RKO on the referee before rolling out of the ring to a large roar of boos from the crowd.

    Winner: AJ Styles via DQ (1:42).

    Backstage: Shad Gaspard and JTG were interviewed by Alisha Hicks about the chances of becoming the first-ever HWL Tag Team Champions. JTG said that there are two things that are more important to him than anything in the world: money and gold. He said that tonight, he would get both of those things after he and Shad defeat Beer Money for the titles.

    Shad then said that he knows Storm and Roode would be looking for a fight, and asked who better to give them that fight that two thugs from the streets of Brooklyn. He said that tonight, he and JTG would show the world why they deserve to be Tag Team Champions.

    5 -- Beer Money Inc. vs. Cryme Tyme -- Tag Team Title Match
    ... JTG tags out to Shad Gaspard. JTG goes for a clothesline, but Robert Roodecounters it with a crucifix. Mike Sparks counts: 1... 2... kickout. James Storm hits a rolling reverse cradle on JTG. Mike Sparks counts: 1...2...3! A wave of boos goes through the crowd. After the match, Storm rolls out of the ring while Roode joins him at the announce table, as they grab the Tag Team Titles and hold them in the air. The crowd boos as they walk around the ring - with Cryme Tyme staring at them in the ring. Storm and Roode stop on top of the stage and hold the titles into the air one last time before turning and walking backstage.

    Winners: Beer Money Inc. via pinfall (6:52) *New Tag Team Champions*

    A video package plays showing the on-going feud between Austin Aries and Kurt Angle leading up to the next match.

    6 -- Austin Aries vs. Kurt Angle --
    ... After the match, Angle keeps the sleeperhold locked in as the bell rings, signaling the end of the match. The referee pries Angle's arms from around Arie's neck, forcing Angle to get back to his feet. Angle stands in the center of the ring, over Arie's body, smiling at what he was able to accomplish. His music blasts through the arena as he leaves the ring, getting booed by the fans with every step.

    Winner: Kurt Angle via submission (14:48).

    Backstage: A video package is played highlighting the on-going fued between Matt Morgan and CM Punk leading up to the Heavyweight Title Match. After the video ends, CM Punk was backstage with Alisha Hicks. Alisha asked how Punk was feeling after getting hit with the steel pipe just six days ago on "Anarchy". Punk said that getting hit by a steel pipe is definitely not the best feeling in the world, but that he wasn't asking for pity from the fans because he's wasn't going to give any to Matt Morgan. However, Punk said that the pain he felt early on Monday night was taken awway after he and Cryme Tyme won the six-man tag match. He said that the good feelings were going to continue tonight after he left Oklahoma City as the Heavyweight Champion.

    7 -- CM Punk vs. Matt Morgan -- Heavyweight Title Match
    ... CM Punk is inching his way towards the ropes. CM Punk tries to escape the hold. Morgan lets go after 31 seconds. Matt Morgan executes the Hellevator on CM Punk and goes for the cover. Mike Sparks counts: 1...2...3! The arena explodes in a chorus of boos. After the match, Morgan gets to his feet as the referee hands him the Heavyweight Title Morgan stands over Punk and holds the title in the air.

    Winner: Matt Morgan via pinfall (20:27) *New Heavyweight Champion*



  9. #9
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    Monday Night Anarchy
    July 27, 2009
    BOK Center – Tulsa, OK


    [0:00-0:02]: A video package is shown, highlighting the events from “Rebellion” last night. Clips include the X-Title ladder match, Tag Team Title Match, and Matt Morgan winning the Heavyweight Title.

    [0:02-0:17]: Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels welcome everyone to the brand new BOK Center in Tulsa, 24 hours after the first-ever HWL pay-per-view: “Rebellion”. They announce that tonight, the new Tag Team Champions – Beer Money, Inc. – will be facing the Dark City Fight Club in a non-title match.

    “The Blueprint” Matt Morgan appears on-stage with the Heavyweight Title draped over his shoulder. (Crowd boos) He makes his way down to the ring in a pair of blue jeans and an “Affliction” T-shirt. Inside the ring, he grabs a microphone and says that there’s a reason he’s called “The Blueprint”; that he is what wrestling promotions should be modeled after. He says that other wrestlers dream to, one day, be at the same level he is. He says that he proved he deserves the Heavyweight Title after “dismantling” CM Punk… and that soon, he has plans to dismantle the entire HWL roster.

    Morgan is stopped as AJ Styles appears on-stage (crowd cheers). Styles says that Morgan might call himself “The Blueprint”, but that he doesn’t know anyone who would want to look up to Morgan. Styles says that, for sure, he doesn’t dream to aspire to be like Morgan, because Styles is “Phenomenal”, and that he doesn’t need to be like anyone else in the HWL (crowd cheers). Morgan says that he’d be “more than happy” to prove AJ wrong, begging Styles to join him in the ring (crowd cheers). Styles makes his way to the ring and gets into a stare-down with Morgan (crowd cheers).

    The eventual shoving match is broken up as Randy Orton appears on-stage, in street clothes, to a roar of boos from the crowd. Orton says that Morgan can be the “Blueprint” and Styles can be “Phenomenal”… but, there’s only one “Legend Killer”. Orton says that everyone in the arena knows what he was able to do in his career; third-generation superstar and one of the top names in World Wrestling Entertainment before his contract was bought out. Orton says that he knows the real “truth” and that if anyone deserves a shot at the title, it’s him. But, he says that he – unlike Styles – knows that there’s something more important to worry about tonight. Orton says that he and Styles will be facing each other in a no-disqualification match; a bit of a rematch from last night at “Rebellion”. Before leaving the stage, Orton warns Styles to not get ahead of himself, because tonight, he has to get past “The Viper”.

    [0:17-0:19]: Commercial Break

    [0:19-0:24]: Cody Deaner vs. Evan Bourne

    … Evan Bourne hits Cody Deaner with a tornado kick.
    Evan Bourne hits Cody Deaner with a spinning heel kick.
    You can hear a few scattered fans cheering for Evan Bourne.
    Evan Bourne throws Cody Deaner out of the ring.
    Evan Bourne jumps onto him with a baseball slide.
    Evan Bourne takes Cody Deaner down with a koppo kick.
    Danny Davis counts: 1. Evan Bourne climbs back into the ring.
    Danny Davis counts: 2
    Danny Davis counts: 3
    Danny Davis counts: 4
    Danny Davis counts: 5
    Danny Davis counts: 6
    Danny Davis counts: 7
    Danny Davis counts: 8
    Danny Davis counts: 9
    Danny Davis counts: 10
    Cody Deaner is counted out. A few fans are cheering on Evan Bourne.

    Winner: Evan Bourne via countout (4:34) [*]

    The crowd cheers as Bourne is announced the winner. He leaves the ring as Danny Davis checks on Cody Deaner, outside the ring.

    [024:-0:26]: Commercial Break

    [0:26-0:33]: Maryse and Angelina Love come out to the ring as “Anarchy” returns to commercials getting a bit of a mixed reaction from the crowd. Maryse is seen in a tight black and white dress, a long black leather jacket, and black knee-high leather boots. Angelina is seen in a white tank top, a plaid skirt with black fishnets, and wrestling boots. Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels ask why they are coming out to the ring together, as they enter the ring; Love grabbing a microphone. Angelina says that she has a “special surprise” for Maryse and the rest of the HWL. A video begins to play on the big screen above the stage, showing Angelina Love attacking Tara backstage at “Rebellion” (crowd boos). The video ends as Maryse high-fives Angelina. Maryse then take the microphone and says that Angelina was just doing Tara a favor because she knew that Maryse would have done the same thing to Tara had she actually gone on to fight her.

    This brings out Tara, in her wrestling gear, who clears the ring as she enters; Angelina and Maryse making their way to the broadcast table with Greg and Chris. Tara stares the two women down as she waits for her opponent…

    [0:33-0:43]: Tara vs. Sara Del Rey

    … Tara covers Sara Del Rey. Andrew Thomas counts: One, two, Maryse breaks the pin. Andrew Thomas calls for the DQ. The crowd is behind Tara all the way.

    Winner: Tara via DQ (6:27) [* 1/2]

    The bell rings as Angelina Love slides inside the ring, assisting Maryse in the attack on Tara. The crowd roars with disapproval as Angelina held Tara by the arms, allowing Maryse to slap her across the face; the sound echoing through the arena. With Tara down on the canvas, Angelina began to celebrate the attack as Maryse picked Tara and hit the French Kiss in the center of the ring. The crowd continued to boo as the two women stood over Tara as “Anarchy” went to commercials

    [0:43-0:45]: Commercial Break

    [0:45-0:55]: Coming back from commercials, Beer Money, Inc. comes out to the ring, dressed in suits and ties, carrying the HWL Tag Team Titles over their shoulders. (crowd boos) They enter the ring and acknowledge the jeers coming from the crowd as James Storm grabs a microphone. Storms says that the crowd can boo all they damn well want to, but that it wouldn’t change the fact that he and Robert Roode are the best tag team in the Horizon Wrestling League. (Crowd boos louder) Storm says that last night at Rebellion, they took down the team that everyone in Tulsa wanted to win the titles… and, now, they were looking for a new tag team to wipe the canvas with.

    Storm then passed the microphone to Robert Roode who says that he doesn’t care whether the crowd likes them or not; but, that they can never deny the fact that they are the HWL Tag Team Champions. Roode says that the belts around their waists mean they are the best tag team the HWL has to offer, and no team has been able to beat them yet…

    They are interrupted as Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed make their way on-stage, in street clothes, to a mixed reaction from the crowd. Lethal says that Beer Money can run their mouths all they want to, and it’s OK because they just won the Tag Team Titles. But, Lethal says, they didn’t beat Lethal and Creed for the belts, so it’s “stupid” to think that Beer Money is the best team in the HWL. Lethal says that he and Creed would be more then happy to prove the new Tag Team Champions wrong at “Turning Point on August 23rd.

    Storm grabbed the microphone from Roode and said that Beer Money never backs down from a challenge, and that Lethal Consequences were getting their match at “Turning Point”. “Anarchy” then goes to commercials as the two teams stare at each other across the arena.

    [0:45-0:47]: Commercial Break

    [0:47-1:19]: Brent Albright vs. © “The Blueprint” Matt Morgan -- Non-Title Match --

    … Jack Doan counts: 1. They're brawling inside the ring area. Matt Morgan goes for a clothesline, but Brent Albright ducks out of the way. Brent Albright throws Matt Morgan into the guardrail. Brent Albright executes a fist to the midsection on Matt Morgan. Jack Doan counts: 2. Brent Albright goes for a monkey flip, but Matt Morgan blocks it. Jack Doan counts: 3. Matt Morgan whips Brent Albright into the guardrail. They're brawling inside the ring area. Jack Doan counts: 4. Matt Morgan shoves Brent Albright into the guardrail. Jack Doan counts: 5. Matt Morgan reenters the ring. Brent Albright rolls back in under the bottom rope. Matt Morgan executes the Hellevator on Brent Albright. The arena is exploding in a chorus of boos. Matt Morgan goes for the pin. Jack Doan counts: One, two, three. The decibel level in the building is unbelievable.

    Winner: Matt Morgan via pinfall (30:42) [**** 1/4]

    The crowd gives out a mixed reaction as Matt Morgan is announced the winner. Jack Doan hands Morgan the Heavyweight Title as he uses the ropes to get to his feet. Morgan holds the title in the air as the mixed reactions turns more to boos. He exits the ring and drapes the title over his shoulder as he walks up the ramp. He heads backstage as “Anarchy” goes to commercials.

    [1:19-1:21]: Commercial Break

    [1:21-1:23]: Backstage
    HWL General Manager, Tim Jacobs is seen with Alisha Hicks as “Anarchy” returns from commercials. Jacobs says that, due to the actions that took place earlier tonight, he has signed a match between Angelina Love and Tara for next week’s show. Jacobs says that if Tara wins, she will be guaranteed a title match against Maryse at “Turning Point”. However, if Angelina wins, Maryse will have her choice of opponents at the pay-per-view.

    [1:23-1:36]: Dark City Fight Club vs. © Beer Money, Inc. -- Non-title Match --

    … James Storm takes Jon Davis down with a Northern Lights suplex. Chad Patton counts: One, two, kickout. James Storm hits Jon Davis with a flying dropkick. The crowd breaks into a "Cowboy, Cowboy" chant. James Storm executes the Last Call on Jon Davis. James Storm goes for the pin. Chad Patton counts: One, two, Kory Chavis makes the save. James Storm executes an inverted Swinging DDT on Jon Davis. Chad Patton counts: One, two, three. A fan at ringside badmouths James Storm.

    Winners: Beer Money, Inc. via pinfall (12:03) [**]

    Roode enters the ring as the champions are handed their titles. The crowd is giving them a mixed reaction as they celebrate their victory. Seeing Davis still lying on the canvas, Roode and Storm kick him under the bottom rope, where Kory Chavis helps him to his feet. “Anarchy” goes to commercials with Beer Money standing victorious in the center of the ring.

    [1:36-1:38]: Commercial Break

    [1:38-2:03]: “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles vs. “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton -- No Disqualification Match --

    … AJ Styles throws Randy Orton into the guardrail. Mike Chioda counts: 6. AJ Styles takes Randy Orton down with a back elbow. AJ Styles spreads his arms out like a cross. The crowd is giving AJ Styles a standing ovation. Mike Chioda counts: 7. AJ Styles runs Randy Orton into the ringsteps. AJ Styles runs Randy Orton into the ringpost. AJ Styles nails Randy Orton with a legsweep. Mike Chioda counts: 8. AJ Styles takes Randy Orton down with a kip-up Frankensteiner. Mike Chioda counts: 9. AJ Styles spreads his arms out like a cross. The crowd is going into a frenzy. AJ Styles executes a clothesline on Randy Orton. AJ Styles throws Randy Orton into the guardrail. Mike Chioda counts: 10. The verdict: A DOUBLE COUNTOUT!

    No Contest: Double Countout (23:18) [** 3/4]

    The bell rings as Styles and Orton continue to brawl outside the ring. Mike Chioda exits the ring – to break up the brawl – but is unsuccessful as Orton whips Styles over the guardrail! Orton followed Styles over and two began to brawl through the crowd as “Anarchy” went off the air.

    Card Rating: ** ¾

  10. #10
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    Sorry about the change up in the next few cards. Continual PC issues didn't let me do a full write up. Hopefully the following handful of cards can keep the story going...

    Monday Night Anarchy
    August 10, 2009
    Qwest Center - Omaha, Neb.


    Kory Chavis defeated Cheech by countout in 0:11:53.
    Rating: * 3/4

    Kory Chavis picked up the victory in the first match tonight after Cheech tried a suicide dive from the top rope. Chavis was quick enough to move out of the way, allowing Cheech to come crashing down hard onto the metal guardrail at ringside. Chavis easily rolled back into the ring and watched as Cheech was counted out.

    Brent Albright defeated Tyson Kidd by disqualification in 0:06:04.
    Rating: *
    [Cody Deaner interfered against Brent Albright.]

    Brent Albright appeared to have this match won on pure size and strength alone, but Cody Deaner made the process quicker, attacking Albright with a HUBCAP! Deaner bent the hubcap around Albright's skull before running away from the ring, leaving Albright motionless on the canvas.

    Angelina Love defeated Melina by disqualification in 15:30.
    Rating: **** 1/4
    [Maryse interfered against Melina.]
    [Tara interfered against Angelina Love.]

    Melina found herself directly in the midst of the on-going feud between Tara and the duo of Angelina Love and Maryse this week, as Maryse and Tara came down to the ring to make a statement. All four women brawled in the ring after the bell sounded until officials came down and broke it up.

    Austin Aries and Randy Orton defeated Consequences Creed and Evan Bourne when
    R. Orton defeated E. Bourne by countout in 0:04:56.
    Rating: * 3/4
    (Kurt Angle no-showed.)

    Kurt Angle was nowhere to be found as this match was being announced, so Austin Aries found a suitable replacement in "The Legend Killer" Randy Orton. Evan Bourne was choosen as the hopeful assistance that Consequences Creed needed to find the whereabouts of his partner, Jay Lethal. However, Bourne was not able to hit his top-rope crossbody block to the outside of the ring as Orton was able to move out of the way.

    AJ Styles defeated Matt Morgan by disqualification in 0:15:37.
    Rating: ** 1/2
    [Randy Orton interfered against AJ Styles.]

    It appeared that Randy Orton didn't get enough action earlier tonight, as he made his way to ringside during tonight's main event. He spent most of the match watching the action inside the ring before grabbing a steel chair and smacking Styles in the back of the head. After the bell sounded, Heavyweight Champion Matt Morgan stared at Orton in disbelief as Styles was tended to by the official.

    Card Rating: ** 1/2

    Match Observations:
    Upset with his partner's failure to defeat Kory Chavis tonight, CLOUDY walked out of Omaha, claiming that he was moving on to find a better partner. Infuriated by his partner's decision, Cheech has demanded a rematch against Chavis next week on "Anarchy".

    Due to the "uncalled for" attack by Cody Deaner on Brent Albright tonight, HWL Commissioner Tim Jacobs has announced that they will face off against each other on August 23rd at "Turning Point". After the match, Albright said that Deaner should "pack up his trailer and run, because [i] am coming after [you]."

    Also announced for next week's show will be a tag team match between the teams of Tara/Melina and Angelina Love/Maryse. And, also, sources are saying that Tara will finally choose her opponent for the Womens Title next week, as well.

    Another huge match has been signed for next week as new #1 Contenders for the Tag Team Titles will be determined in a Triple Threat Elimination Match. Tim Jacobs has said that if Consequences Creed and Evan Bourne win, that Jay Lethal MUST be released before "Turning Point".

    And, it has officially been announced that the HWL Heavyweight Title will be decided in a Triple Threat Match at "Turning Point" as AJ Styles earned his spot in the main event, thanks in part to Randy Orton's interference tonight.

  11. #11
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    Monday Night Anarchy
    August 17, 2009
    US Cellular Arena - Cedar Rapids, IA


    Cheech pinned Kory Chavis with the Deluxe in 0:13:57.
    Rating: ** 1/2

    Cheech didn't let the departure of his teammate get the best of him last week, as he came into this rematch wanting to have a better effort against Kory Chavis. Cheech stayed away from the high-risk moves in this match, and focused on taking the fight to Chavis; and because of that, Cheech was able to walk away with the victory.

    Carlito pinned Austin Aries with the Backstabber in 0:16:41.
    Rating: *** 1/4

    Austin Aries was looking to get the upper hand heading into his X-Title Match against Kenny Omega at "Turning Point". However, Carlito seemed to have a different outcome in mind as he took the fight to Aries, hitting the Backstabber for the victory. X-Champion, Kenny Omega, was said to be very happy about Aries' loss tonight, saying that he's going to have a lot to prove on Sunday night.

    Melina and Tara defeated Angelina Love and Maryse when Taraa pinned Love with the Widow's Peak in 0:23:11.
    Rating: **

    All four of these women put on the fight of their lives tonight, just six days before "Turning Point". Melina, Maryse and Love were wanting to show that they have what it takes to be a viable opponent for Tara on Sunday night. Tara picked up the victory for her team, hitting the Widow's Peak on Angelina Love. After the match, Tara sasid that she would make her announcement later in the evening.

    Kurt Angle defeated Tyler Black when Tyler Black passed out in a front facelock in 0:01:03.
    Rating: **

    Kurt Angle was intent on sending a message to CM Punk heading into their match at "Turning Point". It looks like he was able to do just that as Tyler Black lasted just barely over one minute with the "Olympic Gold Medadlist".

    No-Time-Limit-Triangle Match
    Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard and JTG) defeated Carlito and Primo and Consequences Creed and Evan Bourne:
    x Creed beat Primo via countout in 0:16:48
    x Shad beat Creed via a T-Bone Suplex in 0:19:24
    Rating: **

    Cryme Tyme earned their rematch against Beer Money, Inc. for the Tag Team Titles at "Turning Point" tonight. With the loss, Consequences Creed must wait Roode/Storm to decide when Jay Lethal will be released from hiding. Creed seemed to be very upset with his team's showing as he left the ring along after the bell rang.

    Card Rating: ** 1/4

    Match Observations:
    Because of Cheech's win over Kory Chavis tonight, Commissioner Tim Jacobs as assigned a Best of Three Falls Match between the two this Sunday night at "Turning Point".

    Backstage, after winning the Womens Tag Team Match, Tara announced that she wanted to face Maryse for the vacant Womens Title, only because she didn't get the chance to last month at "Rebellion". Tara says that she wants the title to change hands on disqualification or countouts, because she doesn't want to waste anymore time finding out who the top woman is in the HWL.

    Cryme Tyme is said to be very excited about heading into "Turning Point" with a shot at redemption against Beer Money, Inc.

  12. #12
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    HWL Turning Point PPV
    August 23, 2009
    Target Center - Minneapolis, Minn.


    Two-out-of-three-Falls Match
    Cheech beat Kory Chavis 2 falls to 1:
    x K. Chavis beat Cheech via a backdrop driver in 0:09:28
    x Cheech beat K. Chavis via the Deluxe in 0:18:07
    x Cheech beat K. Chavis via the Deluxe in 0:22:02
    Rating: ***

    Both of these men wanted to walk out of Minneapolis with a win tonight, after two weeks of sharing victories over each other. However, it was Cheech's night, coming back to win the final two falls to pick up the win.

    Brent Albright made Cody Deaner submit to the Crowbar in 0:16:40.
    Rating: *** 1/2

    Brent Albright came into this match with a lot of pent-up frustration after getting hit with a hubcap two weeks earlier. Albright locked in the Crowbar and appeared to be close to snapping Deaner's arm until the "resitent redneck" tapped out in torture.

    [Falls Count Anywhere - X-Title Match]:
    Kenny Omega pinned Austin Aries with the Electric Chair German Suplex in 0:11:20.
    *Kenny Omega suffered a back injury. He will be out for approximately 2 cards.*
    Rating: ** 1/2
    (Kenny Omega retained the HWL X-Title.)

    Kenny Omega had a great night... that then turned into a horrible one inside the Target Center tonight. Omega and Aries battled throughout the arena, fighting through the crowd and destroying a couple vendor displays, all in the hopes of walking away with the X-Title. That's exactly what Omega was able to do. However, as he went to hi the Electric Chair German Suplex, he injured his back in the landing... but, was able to cover Aries for the successful title defense. Omega was helped to the locker room by officials after the bell rang.

    [Womens Title Match]:
    Tara defeated Maryse by disqualification in 0:02:30.
    Rating: * 1/2
    (Tara won the HWL Womens Title.)

    These two women have been going tooth-and-nail for two months over who the best woman wrestler is in the Horzion Wrestling League. Their first match ended with the title being vacant. And, after winning a match against Angelina Love two weeks ago, Tara chose this match with the distinct option that the title can be won by disqualification or countout. Apparently, that stipulation was lost on Maryse, who pulled the referee in front of her during an attack by Tara. The match was quickly called and the belt was handed over to Tara - must to the distaste of Maryse. Tara celebrated the victory outside the ring as Maryse stared at her.

    Kurt Angle pinned CM Punk after a German suplex in 0:08:58.
    Rating: *** 1/4
    [Tyler Black interfered against Kurt Angle.]

    Kurt Angle came into this match wanting to get a bit of redemption from CM Punk. Angle blamed Punk for him not getting a shot at the HWL Heavyweight Title, and wanted this match to teach the "Straight Edge Superstar" a lesson. Punk wanted to show Angle that he wasn't going to back down for the challenge set forth by the "Olympic Gold Medalist". Punk put up a good fight throughout the match, but things got interesting when TYLER BLACK came to ringside. Black tossed Punk the ring bell, which Punk used squarely across the back of Angle's head. However, Angle had just enough time to put his foot on the ropes to break the count. Disgusted with himself, Punk was unable to continue his aggressive attack, and Angle connected with a German suplex for the victory.

    [HWL Tag Team Title Match]:
    Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard and JTG) defeated
    Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm and Robert Roode) when Shad pinned J. Storm with the Mug Shot in 0:14:22.
    Rating: *** 1/4
    (Cryme Tyme won the HWL Tag Team Titles.)

    Cryme Tyme made good on their promise of getting the tag team titles back from the team that beat them for the belts last month. Storm and Roode put up an outstanding effort trying to retain their titles, but it was apparent that JTG and Shad wanted the belts more. And, after hitting the Mug Shot, Cryme Tyme can now call themselves Tag Team Champions.

    [HWL Heavyweight Title - Triple Threat Match]:
    Matt Morgan defeated AJ Styles and Randy Orton when M. Morgan pinned Styles after hitting him with the title belt in 0:15:11.
    Rating: *** 1/4
    (Matt Morgan retained the HWL Heavyweight Title.)

    For nearly a month, AJ Styles and Randy Orton were at each other's throats, trying to get a shot at the Heavyweight Title. When circumstances found them both defeating Matt Morgan for the rights to face off tonight, it made this match even more interesting. Orton and Styles went after each other during the early part of the match, trying to wear each other down so the other could have a better chance of walking away with the title. Orton went for the RKO on the concrete outside of the ring, but Styles was able to reverse it and whip Orton over the guardrail at ringside! This gave Morgan the time to grab the Heavyweight Title and conseal it from the referee. As Styles went to grab Morgan to bring him into the ring, the champ blasted Styles in the head with the title belt! Entering the ring, Morgan covered Styles for the cheap victory.

    Card Rating: ***
    Attendance: 13,940

  13. #13
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    Monday Night Anarchy
    August 24, 2009

    Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, Minn.




    Kory Chavis pinned Austin Aries after a small package in 0:01:15.
    Rating: 3/4*



    Austin Aries hasn't been able to find his groove inside the ring just yet in the HWL as he was unable to pick up the victory against Kory Chavis. Chavis rebounded nicely from his loss last night to Cheech by getting Aries wrapped up in a small package for the win.



    Kurt Angle pinned Carlito after a moonsault in 0:09:55.
    Rating: *** 1/4



    Carlito had a tough challenge in front of him tonight, as he was making his singles debut against a very pissed off "Olympic Gold Medalist". Angle came in after a victory over CM Punk at "Turning Point" - which also saw Angle attacked by Tyler Black. Carlito gave Angle the best fight he could, and was able to kick out of the Ankle Lock, but the damage had already been done. After hitting the Angle Slam, Angle climbed to the top rope and hit a moonsault for the victory.



    Brent Albright made Randy Orton submit to the Crowbar in 0:14:03.
    Rating: *** 1/2



    Brent Albright came into this match looking to extend his winning streak after defeating Cody Deaner last night at "Turning Point". Randy Orton was looking to change his fortunes after coming up short in his quest for the Heavyweight Title. Albright gained a quick advantage in the beginning, using his slight height advantage to his favor. He got a closer two-count after hitting a sidewalk slam, but Orton was able to get his foot on the rope. Orton was able to regain control after reversing a suplex outside the ring. However, just like at "Turning Point", Orton was unable to hit the RKO onto the concrete as Albright shoved him into the ringpost. Albright rolled Orton into the ring and connected with a pumphandle slam before locking in the Crowbar. Orton tried his best to reach the ropes, but ultimately tapped out, giving Albright the victory.



    Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm and Robert Roode) defeated Tyler Black and CM Punk when R. Roode pinned Punk with the Payoff in 0:15:07.
    Rating: ***



    After trying to come to Punk's aid last night against Kurt Angle, Tyler Black was given the chance to team up with the "Straight Edge Superstar", facing off against the now-former Tag Team Champions. Black and Punk worked well as a team for a good portion of the match, but Beer Money was too focused on having someone pay for losing the titles just 24 hours before. KURT ANGLE appeared at the top of the ramp as Beer Money went hit the Payoff on Punk; distracted by Angle's appearance, Black was not able to break up the pinfall, giving Beer Money the victory.



    Cheech defeated AJ Styles by countout in 0:12:04.
    Rating: *** 1/2



    Cheech found himself in the main event just 24 hours after defeating Kory Chavis in a Best of Three Falls Match at "Turning Point". AJ Styles was coming off match in which the Heavyweight Title was stolen from him - as he said afterwards. But, tonight, they faced each other in an explosive match. Midway through the match, Styles hit the Styles Clash and got the 1-2-3... but, Cheech was able to talk the referee into restarting the match, infuriating Styles. Styles then went out to send a message to Cheech, but was unable to do so as Cheech connected with a vicious DDT on the concrete outside the ring. He rolled back into the ring as Styles was counted out for the loss.





    Card Rating: *** 1/4

  14. #14
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    Monday Night Anarchy
    August 31, 2009
    Resch Center - Green Bay, Wisc.

    Tyler Black started off the show, coming out to the ring and saying that Kurt Angle was the reason he and CM Punk were unable to defeat Beer Money, Inc last week on "Anarchy". This brought out "The Olympic Gold Medalist", who says that he had nothing to do with Black and Punk losing last week. Angle says that Black needs to learn what it takes to be a man inside the ring, and to not let things get inside his head. Angle then says that he's willing to give Black the chance to prove himself as a man... at "Fully Loaded".

    -- Commercial Break --

    Evan Bourne pinned Cody Deaner with the Shooting Star Press in 0:15:54.
    Rating: ** 1/2

    -- Commercial Break --

    Backstage, Austin Aries is shown walking around backstage, when he was approached by Randy Orton. Orton told Aries that he's noticed Aries has had trouble making a name for himself in singles competition. And, because of that, Orton told Aries that he had a proposition for him... but, that he didn't want a lot of people to overhear their conversation. Aries followed Orton back to his locker room as the scene faded back to the ring...

    Sara Del Rey defeated Melina by countout in 0:03:26.
    Rating: **

    -- Commercial Break --

    Coming back from commercials, AJ Styles came out to the ring and said that he had something to get off his chest. Styles said that he wasn't out to talk about his loss to Cheech last week, because he was out to ask Matt Morgan a question. Styles asked whether or not Morgan could say he was happy with this title defense at "Turning Point", seeing as how he had to use the Heavyweight Title to do so. Styles then called Morgan out to the ring, to answer the question himself.

    The Heavyweight Champion, Matt Morgan, answered Styles's call and joined him in the ring. Morgan said he didn't want to spend a lot of his time answering the question posed to him, because he didn't feel an explaination was necessary. But, to ease AJ's mind - he said - Morgan announced that he did what every other Champion in the HWL would do when the opportunity arose to make sure they would retain their titles. Morgan said that the referee wasn't doing his job; that he was too busy making sure Randy Orton wasn't hurt outside the ring. So, if anyone should be blamed for what went down at "Turning Point", Styles needs to blame the official.

    Styles interrupted the rest of Morgan's response saying that he didn't care who Morgan wanted to pass the blame to; that the only thing that matters is that Morgan couldn't beat him without using the Heavyweight TItle. (crowd cheers) Styles told Morgan that if he thought he could beat Styles on his own, to put the title on the line at "Fully Loaded" and see for himself. Styles then left the ring, leaving the an angry Morgan to stare at him as Styles made his way up the ramp.

    -- Commercial Break --

    Dark City Fight Club (Kory Chavis and Jon Davis) defeated Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard and JTG) when K. Chavis pinned Shad after the Dark City Street Cutter in 0:08:26.
    Rating: * 3/4
    [Robert Roode interfered against Shad Gaspard.]

    -- Commercial Break --

    Backstage, Alisha Hicks was with Consequences Creed. Creed said that "this whole situation with Beer Money is getting out of hand." He said that he has tried everything he could to find out where his friend - Jay Lethal - was hidden.He said that Beer Money doesn't seem to care about what happens to Lethal; that they've turned their attentions to regaining the Tag Team Titles. But, Creed said, he's got one more chance up his sleeve, and he would take advantage of it next week on "Anarchy". Creed said that he wants one more match against Beer Money - a 2-on-1 Handicap Match - because if anyone were going to get Lethal released, it'd be him, and him alone.

    Tyson Kidd pinned Primo with the Springboard Elbowdrop in 0:16:04.
    Rating: ** 1/2

    -- Commercial Break --

    Consequences Creed vs. (c) "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan (Non-title Match)
    Consequences Creed came into this match after making a stern challenge to Beer Money, Inc for next week, and he seems poised to make an impression against the Heavyweight Champion. However, Morgan had his own message to send to AJ Styles. And, he did just that, pinning Creed in just under two minutes with the Hellevator.

    Matt Morgan pinned Consequences Creed with the Hellevator in 0:01:57.
    Rating: * 3/4

    After the match, Robert Roode and James Storm ran down to the ring and attacked Creed as he slowly got to his feet. They beat Creed down, as the crowd roar with disapproval. The attack continued until Shad Gaspard and JTG ran down threw Beer Money out of the ring! Cryme Tyme then left the ring as all four men battled up the ramp as "Anarchy" goes off the air.

    Card Rating: **
    Attendance: 5,406

  15. #15
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    Monday Night Anarchy
    September 7, 2009
    Allstate Arena - Chicago, Illinois

    Maryse defeated Daizee Haze by countout in 0:05:48.
    Rating: 1/2*

    Maryse picked up the victory tonight, and afterward, said that she wants another shot at Tara and the Women's Title at "Fully Loaded".

    Kenny Omega pinned Tyler Black with the Electric Chair German Suplex in 0:10:46.
    Rating: *** 3/4

    The X-Champion returned tonight with an impressive victory over Tyler Black in a non-title match. After the match, CHEECH attacked the champion - laying him out on the top of the stage after throwing him head-first into the stage itself! Cheech then held the X-Title in the air as he stood over Omega before throwing it down onto the champ's chest. After Cheech walked away, ANGELINA LOVE came to the aide of Omega as EMTs rushed to the stage and carted him off.

    Austin Aries and Randy Orton defeated Carlito and Primo when Aries defeated
    Primo by countout in 0:04:03.
    Rating: **

    Aries and Orton made their debut as a tag team tonight, taking on the Colon brothers. Aries and Orton looked conhesive throughout the match. Aries seemed to have found a new "agression" as he relentlessly used the guardrail and the ring posts to ensure a countout victory. After the match, Randy Orton got on the microphone and said that they were going to make their intentions known sooner than latler.

    2-on-1 Handicap Match:
    Consequences Creed defeated Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm and Robert Roode) when Creed defeated J. Storm by disqualification in 0:09:05.
    Rating: * 3/4
    [Shad Gaspard interfered against Robert Roode.]
    [Matt Morgan interfered against Consequences Creed.]

    Consequences Creed had one more chance to get his partner - Jay Lethal - out of secluision as he took on Beer Money tonight. It looked like Beer Money would have their way with Creed, until CRYME TYME made their way to the ring to help even things up. But, what no one expected was the inteference of Heavyweight Champion MATT MORGAN! Morgan took it upon himself to smack Creed in the back with a chair, disqualifying Beer Money, and allowing Jay Lethal to be released from captivity.

    AJ Styles defeated Kurt Angle by disqualification in 0:06:10.
    Rating: ** 1/2

    AJ Styles was given a huge test just a couple weeks before his Heavyweight Title match against Matt Morgan, as he faced off against "The Olympic Gold Medalist". Angle seemed to get a little frustrated that the referee was giving him the calls he felt he deserved, and attacked the referee. Angle's temper cost him the match as the referee quickly disqualified him.

    Card Rating: ** 1/2

  16. #16
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    Monday Night Anarchy
    September 14, 2009
    Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, Michigan




    Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels welcome the at-home audience to Grand Rapids, just 13 days away from Fully Loaded on September 27th. They announce that tonight Cheech will take on Evan Bourne and the team of Austin Aries and Randy Orton will take on The Dark City Fight Club.



    The show’s introduction is interrupted as Consequences Creed and Jay Lethal make their way on-stage. The crowd roars in approval as they make their way down the ramp. Lethal looks to be in a bad shape from the torment of being held captive for the past few weeks. They enter the ring as Creed grabs a microphone and acknowledges the crowd. He says that he couldn’t be happier to have his tag team partner back on Anarchy with him, but that he’d be the only one talking tonight since Lethal was so weak. He says that he’s been waiting for this day for too long, and that there was only one thing that could make it better. He goes on to say that tonight, he was issuing a challenge to Robert Roode and James Storm to face himself and Jay Lethal in a No-Holds-Barred Match at Fully Loaded. Before leaving the ring, Creed says that Beer Money has “one week” to give an answer.



    -- Commercial Break --




    Cody Deaner vs. CM Punk



    Deaner came out tonight wanting to overcome his loss to Evan Bourne two weeks ago, and Punk was looking to get his first taste of in-ring action after a few weeks of being off the main card. This was a back and forth match that saw Punk start with a fury of action getting a near-fall after a running knee into the corner followed by a quick bulldog. The match changed hands as Deaner was able to get Punk outside the ring, and use the ring post and guardrail to his advantage. Punk appeared to be down and out as Deaner rolled him back into the ring. After entering the ring, Deaner went for a stiff DDT, but Punk was able to power out and lift Deaner onto his shoulders before hitting the Go To Sleep for the victory.

    Winner: CM Punk via pinfall (10:46) [** 1/2]

    -- Commercial Break --

    Tyler Black is seen walking through the backstage area – in street clothes – when he is attacked from behind by KURT ANGLE. Angle slams Black’s head into the concrete wall, opening up a small gash on his forehead. He then whips Black into the steel receiving door, which echoes throughout the backstage area before landing stiff kicks and stomps into Black’s midsection. HWL officials rush over and try to pull Angle off of Black, but Angle pushes them away before continuing the assault. Angle picks up Black and hits the Angle Slam onto the concrete floor!! Angle stands over Black’s body – as he screams out in pain – before officials escort him away from the scene. Officials and EMT personel tend to Tyler Black as the scene fades away.


    Brent Albright vs. Tyson Kidd (w/Natayla)


    Brent Albright started off with a quick – but short – offense before Tyson Kidd was able to duck a clothesline and connect with one of his own. Kidd kept the attack going on the taller opponent for just a few seconds before Albright was able to hit a swinging neckbreaker to take control of the match. Yet, just seconds after that, as Albright was running into the ropes NATAYLA interfered, tripping Albright and disqualifying Tyson Kidd.

    Winner: Brent Albright via DQ (1:34) [* 3/4]

    After the match, Kidd pounced on Albright and continued the assault, but quickly fled the ring as AWA officials made their way to ringside. He and Natayla celebrated the attack as the crowd booed very loudly. They made their way up the ramp as Anarchy went to commercials.

    -- Commercial Break --

    Anarchy returns as Kurt Angle’s music blares through the arena, getting a horrible response from the crowd. Angle walks out in his street clothes; his dress shirt soaking wet with sweat from the attack on Tyler Black just a few minutes ago. Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels discuss why Angle is coming out here after sending Black to the hospital in the back off an ambulance. They announce that no update has been given as to Black’s condition, but they will keep the at-home audience posted.

    Angle enters the ring and grabs a microphone as the crowd’s boos get louder and louder. He says that he wanted to rid the HWL of Tyler Black tonight, instead of waiting to do it at Fully Loaded. Angles says that he came to the HWL to return to his Championship form. But, he says that as of late he’s been held back for the likes of AJ Styles and CM Punk. He says that Tyler Black was just the first victim on his way to the HWL Heavyweight Title. But, Angle says, that since Tyler Black wouldn’t be facing him at Fully Loaded… he was still in need of an opponent for the pay-per-view. Angles says that he will not leave the ring until someone from the back answers his open challenge.

    The crowd was a murmur as they tried to figure out who would answer Angle’s open challenge. After a few minutes, Angle became frustrated and angry and said that if no one answered him in the next “three seconds”, that’d he come backstage and find an opponent on his own. Angle counted 1… 2… 3… with no response. Visibly upset, Angle threw down the microphone and headed up the ramp as the crowd began to cheer. As Angle got to the top of the stage, KEN ANDERSON appeared from behind the curtains and began brawling with Angle! The crowd went crazy as Anderson and Angle brawled down the ramp and into the ringside area. After a few minutes, HWL officials were able to separate the two men as the crowd went crazy! Angle and Anderson share words Anarchy goes to commercials.

    -- Commercial Break --


    Austin Aries/Randy Orton vs. The Dark City Fight Club


    Austin Aries shoves Kory Chavis into the guardrail. Earl Hebner counts: 1. Austin Aries runs Kory Chavis into the ringsteps. Earl Hebner counts: 2. Austin Aries whips Kory Chavis into the guardrail. Austin Aries takes Kory Chavis down with a reverse neckbreaker. Austin Aries climbs back into the ring. Kory Chavis rolls back in under the bottom rope. Austin Aries uses a brain buster on Kory Chavis. The arena is exploding in a chorus of boos. Austin Aries executes the 450 Splash on Kory Chavis. Earl Hebner counts: One, two, three. Numerous fans are using Austin Aries for target practice.

    Winners: Austin Aries/Randy Orton via pinfall (16:09) [*** 3/4]

    After the match, Aries and Orton celebrated their victory by standing over Kory Chavis’ motionless body as the crowd booed wildly. They left the ring and made their way up the ramp as Jon Davis entered the ring and assisted his partner to the outside. Anarchy then went to commercials.

    -- Commercial Break --

    Coming back from the commercial break, Randall Baker is seen with Alisha Hicks backstage. He announced that next week, there would be a six-man tag match between the team of AJ Styles and the Tag Team Champions – Cryme Tyme – taking on the team of Austin Aries, Randy Orton, and Heavyweight Champion Matt Morgan.


    Cheech vs. Evan Bourne


    Cheech throws Carlito out of the ring. Cheech jumps onto him with a plancha.
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 1. Cheech executes a back fist on Carlito.
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 2.
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 3. Cheech gets back into the ring.
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 4
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 5
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 6
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 7
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 8
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 9
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 10. Carlito is counted out. A few fans are trying to get a shot in.

    Winner: Cheech via countout (11:51) [*** 1/2] **Evan Bourne no-showed**

    After the match, Cheech celebrated his victory as the crowd booed. Outside the ring, Carlito held his hand up to his nose as a small stream of blood dripped from in between his fingers. The referee and other officials rushed to his side and escorted him backstage as Anarchy went to commercials.

    -- Commercial Break --


    Beer Money, Inc. vs. © Cryme Tyme
    Non-Title Match


    (N/A)

    No-Contest: Draw (25:00) [*** 3/4]

    Cryme Tyme and Beer Money continued to brawl inside the ring as LETHAL CONSEQUENCES and AUSTIN ARIES/RANDY ORTON entered, as well! All eight men brawled in the center of the ring – Aries/Orton sectioning off with Cryme Tyme, and Beer Money against Lethal Consequences – as the crowd went wild! HWL Officials rushed down to the ring and tried their best to break the brawl about… but, were not able to as Anarchy went off the air…

    Card Rating: *** ½

    Attendance: 8,178

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    Monday Night Anarchy
    September 14, 2009

    Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, Michigan





    Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels welcome the at-home audience to Grand Rapids, just 13 days away from Fully Loaded on September 27th. They announce that tonight Cheech will take on Evan Bourne and the team of Austin Aries and Randy Orton will take on The Dark City Fight Club.




    The show’s introduction is interrupted as Consequences Creed and Jay Lethal make their way on-stage. The crowd roars in approval as they make their way down the ramp. Lethal looks to be in a bad shape from the torment of being held captive for the past few weeks. They enter the ring as Creed grabs a microphone and acknowledges the crowd. He says that he couldn’t be happier to have his tag team partner back on Anarchy with him, but that he’d be the only one talking tonight since Lethal was so weak. He says that he’s been waiting for this day for too long, and that there was only one thing that could make it better. He goes on to say that tonight, he was issuing a challenge to Robert Roode and James Storm to face himself and Jay Lethal in a No-Holds-Barred Match at Fully Loaded. Before leaving the ring, Creed says that Beer Money has “one week” to give an answer.


    I like this segment, I'm a big fan of Lethal Consequences but a bigger fna of Jay Lethal then Creed and would've preffered Creed being kidnapped but no biggie. Anyways No Holds Barred would be epic hopefully will certainly they will accept haha, but I think a off the wagon challenge would've worked too since that's Beer Money's type of match and it would give them a bigger reason to accept the match




    -- Commercial Break --





    Cody Deaner vs. CM Punk




    Deaner came out tonight wanting to overcome his loss to Evan Bourne two weeks ago, and Punk was looking to get his first taste of in-ring action after a few weeks of being off the main card. This was a back and forth match that saw Punk start with a fury of action getting a near-fall after a running knee into the corner followed by a quick bulldog. The match changed hands as Deaner was able to get Punk outside the ring, and use the ring post and guardrail to his advantage. Punk appeared to be down and out as Deaner rolled him back into the ring. After entering the ring, Deaner went for a stiff DDT, but Punk was able to power out and lift Deaner onto his shoulders before hitting the Go To Sleep for the victory.


    Winner: CM Punk via pinfall (10:46) [** 1/2]

    I've got to say I detest Cody Deaner. I simply hate his gimmick, it's like Murdoc or ODB or even Sheamus I simply dislike their gimmick and same goes for Deaner but if you can make him a big start be my guest of course if I took him he'd be jobbing but if you took him then you probably want to do something with him. CM Punk winning is obviously what I wanted to happen but him almost losing a no-no still, good booking decision their

    -- Commercial Break --


    Tyler Black is seen walking through the backstage area – in street clothes – when he is attacked from behind by KURT ANGLE. Angle slams Black’s head into the concrete wall, opening up a small gash on his forehead. He then whips Black into the steel receiving door, which echoes throughout the backstage area before landing stiff kicks and stomps into Black’s midsection. HWL officials rush over and try to pull Angle off of Black, but Angle pushes them away before continuing the assault. Angle picks up Black and hits the Angle Slam onto the concrete floor!! Angle stands over Black’s body – as he screams out in pain – before officials escort him away from the scene. Officials and EMT personel tend to Tyler Black as the scene fades away.

    NOT TYLER BLACK, he's like my all time favorite indy wrestler, I think I remember Angle doing this to Aries earlier in the BTB something alike I think you're truly establishing Angle as a WAR machine. Hopefully Tyler Black get's revenge! Great booking on this segment


    Brent Albright vs. Tyson Kidd (w/Natayla)



    Brent Albright started off with a quick – but short – offense before Tyson Kidd was able to duck a clothesline and connect with one of his own. Kidd kept the attack going on the taller opponent for just a few seconds before Albright was able to hit a swinging neckbreaker to take control of the match. Yet, just seconds after that, as Albright was running into the ropes NATAYLA interfered, tripping Albright and disqualifying Tyson Kidd.


    Winner: Brent Albright via DQ (1:34) [* 3/4]


    After the match, Kidd pounced on Albright and continued the assault, but quickly fled the ring as AWA officials made their way to ringside. He and Natayla celebrated the attack as the crowd booed very loudly. They made their way up the ramp as Anarchy went to commercials.

    Well I don't like Kidd much because of his hair and I don't know Brent much but I like anyone over Kidd even if Kidd can wrestle so Brent winning is good even by DQ since it establishes that Kidd is not neccesarily weaker then Albright and this could lead to a better feud or simply Kidd become a bigger heel

    -- Commercial Break --


    Anarchy returns as Kurt Angle’s music blares through the arena, getting a horrible response from the crowd. Angle walks out in his street clothes; his dress shirt soaking wet with sweat from the attack on Tyler Black just a few minutes ago. Greg Daniels and Chris Michaels discuss why Angle is coming out here after sending Black to the hospital in the back off an ambulance. They announce that no update has been given as to Black’s condition, but they will keep the at-home audience posted.


    Angle enters the ring and grabs a microphone as the crowd’s boos get louder and louder. He says that he wanted to rid the HWL of Tyler Black tonight, instead of waiting to do it at Fully Loaded. Angles says that he came to the HWL to return to his Championship form. But, he says that as of late he’s been held back for the likes of AJ Styles and CM Punk. He says that Tyler Black was just the first victim on his way to the HWL Heavyweight Title. But, Angle says, that since Tyler Black wouldn’t be facing him at Fully Loaded… he was still in need of an opponent for the pay-per-view. Angles says that he will not leave the ring until someone from the back answers his open challenge.


    The crowd was a murmur as they tried to figure out who would answer Angle’s open challenge. After a few minutes, Angle became frustrated and angry and said that if no one answered him in the next “three seconds”, that’d he come backstage and find an opponent on his own. Angle counted 1… 2… 3… with no response. Visibly upset, Angle threw down the microphone and headed up the ramp as the crowd began to cheer. As Angle got to the top of the stage, KEN ANDERSON appeared from behind the curtains and began brawling with Angle! The crowd went crazy as Anderson and Angle brawled down the ramp and into the ringside area. After a few minutes, HWL officials were able to separate the two men as the crowd went crazy! Angle and Anderson share words Anarchy goes to commercials.

    DONT TELL ME BLACK ISN"t COMING BACK? Still nicely booked segment showing that Angle is a war machine once more, Ken Anderson coming out is a plus but I think you should've had Ken Anderosn win the brawl with his finisher or something to establish him as a real threat to Angle. I hope Anderson and Angle put on a good feud and they will if you book them right. Also as a side note, why does everybody take ken anderson and not kennedy.


    -- Commercial Break --



    Austin Aries/Randy Orton vs. The Dark City Fight Club



    Austin Aries shoves Kory Chavis into the guardrail. Earl Hebner counts: 1. Austin Aries runs Kory Chavis into the ringsteps. Earl Hebner counts: 2. Austin Aries whips Kory Chavis into the guardrail. Austin Aries takes Kory Chavis down with a reverse neckbreaker. Austin Aries climbs back into the ring. Kory Chavis rolls back in under the bottom rope. Austin Aries uses a brain buster on Kory Chavis. The arena is exploding in a chorus of boos. Austin Aries executes the 450 Splash on Kory Chavis. Earl Hebner counts: One, two, three. Numerous fans are using Austin Aries for target practice.


    Winners: Austin Aries/Randy Orton via pinfall (16:09) [*** 3/4]


    After the match, Aries and Orton celebrated their victory by standing over Kory Chavis’ motionless body as the crowd booed wildly. They left the ring and made their way up the ramp as Jon Davis entered the ring and assisted his partner to the outside. Anarchy then went to commercials.

    Well honestly this felt too robotic, did you use a simulator for this match or something because the other matches felt differently and I think Orton and Jon not getting any action is a minus and I do think this was the worst match so far, soz.

    -- Commercial Break --


    Coming back from the commercial break, Randall Baker is seen with Alisha Hicks backstage. He announced that next week, there would be a six-man tag match between the team of AJ Styles and the Tag Team Champions – Cryme Tyme – taking on the team of Austin Aries, Randy Orton, and Heavyweight Champion Matt Morgan.

    That should be epic Styles and Cryme Tyme is a pretty decent teaming, I do think Austin Aries and Orton aren't such a great team though, Morgan is my worlds favorite wrestler but I'm going with Styles Tyme



    Cheech vs. Evan Bourne



    Cheech throws Carlito out of the ring. Cheech jumps onto him with a plancha.
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 1. Cheech executes a back fist on Carlito.
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 2.
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 3. Cheech gets back into the ring.
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 4
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 5
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 6
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 7
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 8
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 9
    Jimmy Korderas counts: 10. Carlito is counted out. A few fans are trying to get a shot in.


    Winner: Cheech via countout (11:51) [*** 1/2] **Evan Bourne no-showed**


    After the match, Cheech celebrated his victory as the crowd booed. Outside the ring, Carlito held his hand up to his nose as a small stream of blood dripped from in between his fingers. The referee and other officials rushed to his side and escorted him backstage as Anarchy went to commercials.

    Again too robotic, I prefer Carlito winning this match and do not think this was too well booked or amybe that's just because I don't know Cheech and love Carlito, still try to write the matches yourself if you do make it less robotic and makle it more like your first match

    -- Commercial Break --



    Beer Money, Inc. vs. © Cryme Tyme
    Non-Title Match



    (N/A)


    No-Contest: Draw (25:00) [*** 3/4]


    Cryme Tyme and Beer Money continued to brawl inside the ring as LETHAL CONSEQUENCES and AUSTIN ARIES/RANDY ORTON entered, as well! All eight men brawled in the center of the ring – Aries/Orton sectioning off with Cryme Tyme, and Beer Money against Lethal Consequences – as the crowd went wild! HWL Officials rushed down to the ring and tried their best to break the brawl about… but, were not able to as Anarchy went off the air…

    Wheres the match? Well the aftermath was brilliantly done and giving tag team wrestling the main event is great the all out brawl was epic too, maybe a fatal four way tag match in the future?


    Card Rating: *** ½


    Attendance: 8,178

    Overall decent show the last two matches felt robotic which you should work on and the completely last match well their wasn't really a description too comment on I'm going to give this a

    7.5 out of 10 which is good in my book "B"

    good luck on this I be following

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    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

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    Night Anarchy
    September 21, 2009
    Joe Louis Arena – Detroit, Michigan




    0:00-0:10: Matt Morgan, Austin Aries and Randy Orton come out to the ring to start the program, to a tremendous roar of boos from the crowd. They enter the ring as Matt Morgan is handed a microphone. He paces around the ring as the crowd’s jeers get louder…

    Morgan: “You know… I have to say, I’m surprised any of you lowlife unemployed pieces of garbage could afford tickets to the show tonight. I guess Randall Baker felt bad for this worthless city and decided to hand out tickets for free when the doors opened. I know that Detroit’s a lousy city, but don’t go thinking that you’re gonna get free food and boos, too!”

    The crowd boos as Morgan, Aries and Orton share a laugh in the center of the ring.

    Morgan: “But, I’m not out here to crack jokes and make fun of your precious city. Just saying the word Detroit is enough to get people laughing nowadays! No, I’m out here to talk about a little matter concerning my HWL Heavyweight Title. You see, I’ve held this belt for over two months now, and there hasn’t been a single person who’s had a shot at taking it away from me. And, this Sunday night, at Fully Loaded, AJ Styles gets his second chance in as many months to challenge for this my title. But, tonight… tonight me and my friends here are going to send a little message to AJ and those so-called Tag Team Champions, Cryme Tyme.”

    The crowd continues to boo as Morgan hands the microphone to Randy Orton, who stands in the center of the ring as the crowd continues to boo.

    Orton: “You can all boo me until you go hoarse, but none of you… NONE OF YOU… can deny that Austin Aries and I are the most dominant tag team this company has ever seen! Tonight, we’re going to prove that to the HWL Tag Team Champions. And, after we’re finished proving that and we get the hell out of this disgusting city, we will walk into Fully Loaded – on Sunday night – and become new HWL Tag Team Champions!”

    Orton drops the microphone onto the canvas as he, Aries and Morgan stand in the center of the ring as “Anarchy” goes to commercials.

    0:10-0:12: Commercial Break

    0:12-0:27: “The Middle Eastern Nightmare” Sheik Abdul Bashir vs. Evan Bourne
    … Sheik Abdul Bashir executes the WMD on Evan Bourne. Sheik Abdul Bashir goes for the pin. Danny Davis counts: One, two, three. A fan at ringside badmouths Sheik Abdul Bashir.

    Winner: Sheik Adbul Bashir via pinfall (13:04) [** 1/4]

    0:27-0:30: Commercial Break

    0:30-0:35: Inside the locker room of Maryse, Angelina Love and Kenny Omega are seen sitting next to each other on a black leather couch.

    Omega: “Thanks again for being there last week. That really meant a lot. Is there any way I can pay you back?”

    Without saying anything in response, Angelina leans forward and kisses Omega as the crowd roars with mix responses. Suddenly, the door to the locker room opens as Maryse walks into the room, just as Omega and Love separate from their lip lock. Maryse stops in front of the couch and looks at both of them…

    Maryse: “What’s going on in here, you two?”

    Omega looks around the room before looking at Angelina and smirking.

    Omega: “I… I should get going. Thanks again, Angelina.”

    He grabs the X Title and walks past Maryse as she stares at Angelina shaking her head…

    0:35-0:43: Jon Davis vs. Ken Anderson
    ... Jon Davis runs Ken Anderson into the ringpost. Jon Davis whips Ken Anderson into the guardrail. Jon Davis hits a facebuster onto the knee on Ken Anderson. Jon Davis throws Ken Anderson into the guardrail. They're brawling inside the ring area. Jon Davis hits a forearm to the back on Ken Anderson. Jon Davis goes for a vertical suplex, but Ken Anderson blocks it. Ken Anderson uses a clothesline on Jon Davis.
    Tim White counts: 2. Ken Anderson climbs back into the ring.
    Tim White counts: 3
    Tim White counts: 4
    Tim White counts: 5
    Tim White counts: 6
    Tim White counts: 7
    Tim White counts: 8
    Tim White counts: 9
    Tim White counts: 10 Jon Davis is counted out. The crowd is cheering on Ken Anderson.


    Winner: Mr. Kennedy via countout (5:11) [* 1/2]

    After the match ends, and Anderson is announced the winner, KURT ANGLE runs down from the backstage area and chop-blocks Anderson’s knee, sending him to the canvas. Angle continues to assault Anderson as he tries to get back to his feet. Angle pulls Anderson up to his feet before hitting the Angle Slam in the center of the ring! The crowd goes crazy – booing Angle – as he rolls out of the ring and celebrates his actions as “Anarchy” goes to commercials.

    0:43-0:45: Commercial Break

    0:45-0:55: As “Anarchy” returns from commercials, Brent Albright comes out to the ring with a determined look on his face. He stands in the center of the ring as the crowd’s murmurs slowly die down before bringing the microphone up to his mouth…

    Albright: “You know… I’m not out here to waste a lot of your time tonight. I’m sure you all didn’t come here to hear me run my mouth. But, I’ve got something to take care of… and I want to do it now! Last week, I had a little match with Tyson Kidd in this very ring. And, yeah, I know I won the match, but let’s see exactly how that happened…”

    Albright turns his attention to the titantron hanging over the stage as a video package plays, showing the interference by Natalya last week that caused Albright to win the match by disqualification. The video continues to show the post-match attack by Tyson Kidd before he and Natalya slipped away from ringside, leaving Albright face down on the canvas…

    Albright: “After watching that, I think all of you could imagine how I feel tonight. So, Tyson Kidd, if you are in the building, I want you to come down to this ring and face me man to man. Right now!”

    Albright waits in the ring as Tyson Kidd’s music blares through the Joe Louis Arena. Seconds later Kidd and Natalya make their way down the ramp, with the crowd booing them as they step into the ring. Natalya leans into the corner as Kidd takes a step towards Albright, getting into the bigger man’s face. Albright smiles as he brings the microphone up to his mouth again…

    Albright: “Well, I guess you do listen pretty well when you’re called. But, you’ve got to be kidding if you think you can just get away with what you did last week with no consequences. I may’ve gotten the win last week, but I’ll guarantee you: I’m not happy about it. No, Tyson, I don’t want you to walk away from this week again. So, this Sunday night at Fully Loaded, why don’t you show the world that you can put on a solid fight? And, to make sure you can… why don’t you come down to that ring by yourself?”


    Tyson grabs the microphone from Albright’s hand – causing the crowd to stir. He smiles and turns to look at Natalya – who shrugs her shoulders in response. Kidd nods his head before quickly turning around and smacking Albright with the microphone as Kidd and Natalya begin to assault Albright in the center of the ring! After a few seconds, Kidd and Natalya slide out of the ring as the crowd continues to boo.

    Kidd: “You want a match, Albright? You’ve got one!”

    Kidd and Natalya walk up the ramp – celebrating their attack – as “Anarchy” goes to commercials.

    0:55-0:57: Commercial Break

    A video package is played highlighting the matches for the upcoming “Fully Loaded” pay-per-view event.

    3. – Cryme Tyme/AJ Styles vs. Austin Aries/Randy Orton/Matt Morgan –

    Matt Morgan and JTG start things off. Morgan hits a fierce chokeslam before flexing his muscles. Crowd boos. Morgan goes for a headbutt, JTG blocks it with a low blow that Earl Hebner misses. Lots of reversals before JTG takes Morgan down with a dropkick. JTG hits a swinging neckbreaker for a two-count. JTG tags out to Shad. Randy Orton runs into the ring and lays out JTG. Crowd boos. Morgan and Orton hit Shad with a double fist to the midsection before Orton leaves the ring. Morgan bodyslams Shad before officially tagging in Orton. Orton and Morgan whip Shad into the ropes and connect with a double hiptoss. JTG tries to enter the ring by Earl Hebner stops him. This allows Morgan and Orton and hit Shad with a double dropkick and a double kneelift. Morgan then connects with a vicious kick to Shad’s head before locking in a sleeperhold for five seconds. Orton then hits Shad with a flying cross body press for a one-count. Shad reverses an irish-whip, but Orton takes him down with a flying forearm for a two-count. Shad rolls out of the way of an elbowdrop and pins Orton for a two-count. Shad tags out to JTG. They hit Orton with a double kneedrop before Shad leaves the ring. JTG takes Orton down with a leg lariat. Crowd cheers. Orton begs off, but JTG whips him into the ropes, and misses with a clothesline. Orton hits JTG with a running kick to the head. Orton goes for a body slam but it JTG counters it with an elbow smash. JTG chops Orton. Crowd cheers. JTG continues his attack before Orton blocks a right hand and connects with one of his own. Crowd boos. Orton connects with a roundhouse right before tagging in Morgan. They whip JTG into the ropes and hit a double kick to the midsection. Orton leaves the ring as Morgan connects with a forearm followed by a strong belly-to-back suplex. Crowd is going crazy. Morgan picks up JTG in a choke lift, twice breaking the hold at the count of four. Morgan tags in AUSTIN ARIES. AJ STYLES enters the ring and lays out Morgan before surprising Aries with a bodyslam. JTG hits a Blockbuster on Aries. Crowd cheers as Styles leaves the ring. JTG takes Aries down with a flying forearm for a two-count. JTG quickly locks in an abdominal stretch, but Aries reaches the ropes after only six seconds. Styles re-enters the ring and hits a snap suplex on Aries. JTG connects with a flying lariat as Styles leaves the ring. JTG attempts a flying bodypress, but Aries ducks the move and tags out to Morgan. They whip JTG into the ropes and connect with a double back elbow. Aries leaves the ring as Morgan slams JTG down with a power bomb for a two-count. Morgan taunts the crowd, which responds with more boos. JTG blocks a kick to the head and runs into the ropes, missing with an elbow. Morgan catches JTG in a chokehold. Referee Hebner breaks the hold after a five-count and threatens Morgan with disqualification. Morgan throws JTG out of the ring, but JTG holds on to the top rope, pulling himself back into the ring. JTG surprises Morgan with a swinging neckbreaker. Crowd goes crazy.

    Styles enters the ring. Aries also enters the ring and throws Styles over the ropes. Crowd booing like crazy. Morgan and Aries hit JTG with a double fist before Aries leaves the ring. Morgan slaps JTG before whipping him into the turnbuckle. Morgan runs in shoulder-first but JTG lifts his knees, The two share offense before Morgan kicks JTG and runs into the ropes, taking JTG down with a shoulder block. Morgan hiptosses JTG and gets but JTG gets his shoulder up before “three”. Morgan goes for a forearm to the back, but JTG connects with a slap before tagging in Styles. They hit Morgan with a double stomp. JTG attempts a backbreaker, but Morgan blocks it, pushing JTG out of the ring. Morgan uses a dropkick to Styles before tagging in Aries. JTG re-enters the ring and lays out Morgan before leaving the ring. Styles locks Aries into an armbar for nine seconds before Aries grabs the ropes. Styles continues his offense before taking down Aries down with an arm drag. Styles hits a Blue Thunder Bomb for a two-count. Styles climbs to the top-rope and attempts a Frankenstiener, but Aries catches him and connects with a power bomb his own two-count. Crowd boos. Aries continues his own offense before Morgan enters the ring. They hit Styles with a double elbowsmash before Morgan leaves the ring. Aries continues his offense before tagging in Morgan. Shad enters the ring and takes out Aries. Crowd cheers as Shad leaves the ring. Styles explodes with fast-paced offense on Morgan until Shad enters the ring. They hid Morgan with a double kick to the midsection. Shad leaves the ring as Styles continues his offense.

    Coming back from the break, Styles connects with a hurancarana from the top rope on Aries, but only gets a two-count. Style hits a snap suplex. Crowd cheers. Styles tags out to Shad. Quickly double team offense before Styles leaves the ring. Shad gets in his own offense before Aries reverses a clothesline into a hiptoss. Crowd boos. Aries continues his offense before Shad counters a right hand and runs into the ropes. Aries pulls the referee in the way, and Shad takes him down with a vicious clothesline! Aries gains control before taking Shad down with a back elbow and tagging in Morgan. Styles enters the ring and lays out Aries. Styles dropkicks Morgan. Styles and Shad hit Morgan with a double clothesline before Styles leaves the ring. Shad continues his offense, hitting Morgan with a T-Bone Suplex for a two-count. Shad whips Morgan into the turnbuckle, but Morgan lifts a knee. Morgan locks Shad into a bearhug, but Shad is able to reach the ropes after five seconds. Shad reverses an irish whip and hits a kick to the midsection. Shad continues his offense as JTG enters the ring. Orton tries to enter the ring, but is cut off by the referee. Cryme Tyme hits Morgan with a double vertical suplex. They continue their offense before JTG leaves the ring. Morgan blocks a forearm smash from Shad, and tags in Orton. JTG tries to re-enter the ring, but is also cut off by the officials. Orton and Morgan hit a double clothesline before Morgan leaves the ring. Shad blocks a kick to the midsection and connects with a spinebuster on Orton, only getting a one-count. Shad continues his offense and whips Orton into the ropes. Orton hits a flying forearm for a two-count. Shad blocks an armdrag takedown and punches Orton. Crowd cheers.

    They share offense before Orton hits a kneelift. Orton powerslams Shad for a two-count. Crowd boos. Orton continues his offense until Shad blocks a vertical suplex. Orton begs off as Shad tags out to JTG. Morgan enters the ring and lays out Shad. Crowd boos as Morgan leaves the ring. Orton whips JTG into the ropes. JTG misses with an elbow, and Orton connects with a powerslam for a two-count. Orton takes JTG down with a flying cross body for a one-count. Orton continues his offense until JTG blocks a running kick to the head, and hits a low blow that the referee misses. JTG tags out to Shad. Cryme Tyme hits Orton with a double fist to the midsection before JTG leaves the ring. Shad gets in some offense before Orton blocks a choke slam with a kick to the midsection. Orton hits a flying forearm, but Shad is able to lift a shoulder at 2 ½. Orton whips Shad into the turnbuckle, but Shad hits a boot to the face. Shad tags out to JTG before shocking Orton with a clothesline. JTG takes Orton down with a rolling reverse cradle for a two-count. Shad leaves the ring as JTG goes for a clothesline. Orton counters with a crucifix for a two-count. Orgon gets into Hebner’s face, and JTG rolls Orton up for another two-count. Shad enters the ring and hits Orton with a belly-to-belly suplex. Crowd cheers. JTG hits a flying lariat on Orton. Cryme Tyme attempts a double clothesline on Orton, but he counters it with one of his own. Shad rolls out of the ring as Orton hits JTG with a flying cross body for a 2 ½ count. Orton dropkicks JTG. He attempts a hiptoss but JTG counters it with a backslide for a one-count. JTG hits a flying forearm for another one-count. JTG continues his offense and dances for the crowd. Crowd cheers.

    JTG stays on the offensive and goes for side headlock, but Orton throws him off. Orton whips him into the ropes, but JTG takes Orton down with a leg lariat. JTG follows up with a vertical suplex. JTG goes for a headlock takedown but Orton throws him off. Out of nowhere, Orton hits the RKO and gets the three count! Crowd boos.

    Winners: Austin Aries, Randy Orton and Matt Morgan via pinfall (22:42) [****]

  19. #19
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    HWL Monday Night Anarchy
    October 5, 2009
    Times Union Center – Albany, New York



    In Ring: Kurt Angle comes out to the ring – in a suit and tie – and says that Randal Baker made the best decision of his life by putting Angle in the #1 Contender Tournament. Angle says that there’s a reason he’s a nine-time Heavyweight Champion, and that it’s because he’s the best all-around wrestler the business has ever had. He says that he will bury the competition throughout the next couple weeks, and will end AJ Style’s short reign as HWL Heavyweight Champion at “No Justice”.

    This brings out Ken Anderson, who stands on the stage, staring at Angle and shaking his head. Anderson says that he thinks Angle might be getting himself in too deep. Anderson says that he’s surprised that Angle was the one getting the spot in the tournament, when at “Fully Loaded”, Anderson was the one who defeated Angle. Anderson then reminds Angle that Randal Baker has already signed a match between the two of them for a Falls-Count-Anywhere contest at “No Justice”. However, AndersonAnderson would have no problem being the third wheel in the Heavyweight Title Match. He give Angle an ultimatum: either win the tournament and agree to a Triple Threat Match, or walk away from the contest and get his one-on-one match against Anderson. Anderson then leaves the ring, leaving Angle – with a perplexed look on his face – standing in the ring. says, that if Angle intends to even the score against him… and manages to earn a title shot,


    [Commercial Break]

    #1 Contender Tournament – Round One
    Cheech vs. Jay Lethal

    The tournament to crown AJ Style’s challenger for “No Justice” began with Cheech, who was coming off a loss to Kenny Omega at “Fully Loaded”, and Jay Lethal – who was given his spot as a show of support from Owner Randal Baker. Both men gave it their all, battling each other throughout the match, until Cheech escaped a clothesline by pulling the referee in front of him! After the match was over, Cheech attacked Lethal with a chair until officials came down and escorted him away from the ring.

    Winner: Jay Lethal via DQ (6:03) [* ¾]


    -- Commercial Break –-


    Backstage: Maryse and Angelina Love are in the locker room, talking about what would “shake up” the HWL. Maryse says that there should definitely be rules as to what the wrestlers wear to the ring. She almost gags as she mentions examples of wrestlers who need new attire – especially Women’s Champion, Tara. Angelina chimes in saying that the HWL needs more attractive people; that people don’t turn in to watch ugly people beat each other up. Maryse promises to get to work on changing the face of the Horizon Wrestling League… no matter how long it takes.


    HWL Women’s Title Match
    Daizee Haze vs. © Tara

    Tara came into this match after defeating Maryse to retain the Women’s Title at “Fully Loaded”, hoping to do the same against Daizee Haze. Haze had other plans in mind after winning the chance to face the champion last week. She proved that she was not concerned with Tara’s abilities in the ring, giving the champion a fight – and putting on a match that the Albany crowd loved. The match took place all over ringside. Haze shocked the crowd – and Tara – by picking up the victory with a sunset flip to become the new Women’s Champion. After the match, as Tara looked on in shock from outside the ring, MELINA ran down to the ring and attacked Haze from behind. They began to brawl on the canvas as – once again – officials rushed down to the ring to break it up.

    Winner: Daizee Haze via pinfall (11:37) [*** 1/2] **New Champion**


    -- Commercial Break –-

    Backstage: Evan Bourne is shown walking around the backstage area and is approached by Brent Albright. Albright says he wants to know how Evan feels about being a young superstar in the business, and not getting his chance to show what he’s capable of on a weekly basis. Evan says that he thinks about not being on television every week. He says that the fans of the HWL haven’t seen enough of him, and that they have no idea what he’s capable of inside the ring. Albright says that he feels the same way, and offers Bourne the chance to show off their skills in a match at “No Justice”. Bourne agrees to the match and says that the HWL doesn’t know what they have in store for them on October 25th.


    -- Commercial Break –-

    Non-Title Match:
    The Dark City Fight Club vs. © Austin Aries/Randy Orton

    Austin Aries and Randy Orton were feeling on top of the world after winning the Tag Team Titles from Cryme Tyme at “Fully Loaded”. Heading into this match, they had no challengers for the belts, and felt unstoppable. Kory Chavis and Jon Davis of the “Fight Club” came in wanting to make a name for themselves and prove that they weren’t just another indy tag team that couldn’t cut it in the big time. They made their statement tonight as they took the battle to the Tag Team Champions and scored a huge upset victory in the non-title match. Davis picked up the win after hitting Aries with the Three Seconds Around the World for the 1-2-3.

    Winners: Dark City Fight Club via pinfall (14:38) [***]

    After the match, Chavis and Davis celebrate their victory with the crowd on their way up to the ramp. Inside the ring, a furious Orton stares at the winners as Aries stands in the corner, hanging his head in embarrassment.


    -- Commercial Break –-


    TAG TEAM TITLE ANNOUNCEMENT
    Randy Orton and Austin Aries, still fuming from their loss moments ago, confront Randal Baker in his office. Orton demands that he and Aries get another shot at The Dark City Fight Club, claiming that he and Aries were “screwed” tonight. Baker begins to give his answer, but is interrupted as KORY CHAVIS and JON DAVIS also appear in his office. Davis says that Orton and Aries weren’t screwed… they were just beaten by a better team. Chavis points to the tag titles draped over Orton and Aries’s shoulder and says if the champs think they’re the better team, the should put the belts on the line next week. After thinking for a few moments, Aries agrees to the match, saying that Chavis and Davis are going to regret their decision.

    Sheik Abdul Bashir vs. Primo

    A week after attacking X Champion, Kenny Omega, Sheik Abdul Bashir wanted to show that he was a viable threat to the title as he took on Primo in singles action tonight. Bashir showed dominance throughout the better portion of the match, getting plenty of near-falls., but Primo found the strength to kick out… even kicking out at 2 ½ after the WMD. Primo picked up the victory after hitting a vicious clothesline, sending Bashir to the canvas hard – smacking his head. Primo covered the disoriented Bashir for the 1-2-3.

    Winner: Primo via pinfall (18:58) [** ¼]

    -- Commercial Break --
    #1 Contender Tournament – Round One:
    © Kenny Omega vs. Kurt Angle

    Earlier in the evening, Kurt Angle promised that he would be moving on to the second round of the #1 Contender tournament. Kenny Omega came into the match looking to come one step closer to becoming the first “double champion” in the HWL. The smaller, quicker Omega looked to have everything in order, as he took the fight to Angle, surprising everyone in Albany. Angle tried his best to fight back, but Omega kept up his quick-paced attack, even hitting Angle with the Electric Chair Backdrop… but, only getting a two count. Omega tried to wear down Angle more, hoping to get a victory over the Olympic Gold Medalist, but SHEIK ABDUL BASHIR came down to the ring and tripped Angle in plain sight of the referee! Angle was awarded the victory by disqualification as Bashir taunted a shocked Omega as he made his way up the ramp.

    Winner: Kurt Angle via DQ (14:13) [***]

    After the match, Omega stood by the ropes, screaming at Bashir. From behind, Angle grabbed Omega and connected with the Olympic Slam. Quickly after hitting the move, Angle locked in the Ankle Lock as Omega screamed in pain. HWL officials rushed down to the ring, and after minutes of trying, were able to pull Angle away from Omega. Angle was then escorted to the back by the officials as “Anarchy” went off the air, showing Omega writhing in pain in the center of the ring.

  20. #20
    dxanman
    Guest

    Re: HWL - Horizon Wrestling League

    I just noticed that I jumped a couple weeks in the results... I apologize for that. I couldn't find them on my computer so, I just started back from what I had.

    Sorry, hope that doesn't ruin anything

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