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    Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    "Every now and then, the world changes seasons. Leaves fall from their limbs after turning brown. Then the winter comes, temperature drops and snow falls to the ground. The spring returns with new leaves on the trees and blue sky, and the summer heat fills the air.

    Time changes all and ushers in a brand new era. The old is old for a reason. It is tired. It is worn. It is boring.

    This new thing...this...fresh thing...comes like a reigniting flame sprinting through a forest. This new era...is real. It is the present. We are no longer looking to the future, because the future is here, The tug-o-war is over with the death of the last king. Now it's up to a reborn, a shooting star, and a diamond to put the world on his shoulders and call this "new era" his own.

    And one day...maybe in the near future, or maybe in the distant future...those leaves will turn brown once again, and old becomes new."







    LIVE on Pay-Per-View!

    July 27th, 2014
    (
    From The Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

    "Red, White, and Bruised Is Brought To You By:"



    Official PPV Theme Song:







    Pyrotechnics shoot into the Wells Fargo Center as the live camera footage quickly pans to different shots throughout the arena. The crowd is welcomed to Red, White, and Bruised 2014 as Langdon Trafford, Piers Gallagher, Sam McDonald and Harry Baxter introduce us to the action-packed night that is sure to conclude with a memorable FWA World Championship match between Shane McLean, Phillip A. Jackson and Ryan Rondo. The crowd has varying signs, including: "Marcus Montgomery is the real snake;" "Ryan Rondo, the forgotten snake-oil salesman;" "The Dead Presidents 4 life;" "So...uh...these red diamonds;" "The Mist stands for X;" and "If WOLF loses, we riot."

    Right then, someone hops the guard railing and tries to enter the ring wearing an "FWA holds back Drew Stevenson" shirt covered in horse blood. FWA security tackle him and the crowd boos as the man is handcuffed by on-site law enforcement officers and led up the entrance aisle. More chants for WOLF, Shane McLean, Stu St. Clair, Gabrielle Montgomery, Ryan Rondo, Chris Kennedy, The Mist and many others ring through the arena. Last, the entire Philadelphia crowd starts and leads a resounding "USA! USA! USA! USA!" chant for a good five minutes.

    Langdon Trafford: It is absolutely electric tonight in the Wells Fargo Center!!! The crowd is absolutely HOT and possibly because of the Shannon O'Neal-Alana Allure match plus The Yurie and James "Eyesnsane "Hughes and TED match on the YouTube pre-show.

    Piers Gallagher: Or maybe it's because tonight we WILL witness Phillip A. Jackson become the new FWA World Champion.

    Sam McDonald: Regardless the reason, it's the new era of the FWA and never has that been more apparent than this main event. Shane McLean is a one-time World champion and the reigning champion of two months. Phillip A. Jackson and Ryan Rondo have NEVER won a World title and only received their first title matches the night Shane won the belt.

    Langdon Trafford: Or it's Jason Gryphon, the "Living Mythology," against Ryan Hall, the former World Champion and last of the "Old Era" sent to possible outcast.

    Harry Baxter: It's a long list of matches, including a buried alive match, and North American championship encounter. But first, let's talk about this "Lock and Load" match between Jethro Warren and Lord Vincent Takaab Blackbird.

    Piers Gallagher: It's a match designed by an absolute lunatic, moron and imbocile and I cannot believe the FWA is allowing this. I don't care how emotional they are about this little war. Lord Vincent had his Amber stolen. Boo hoo. He nearly killed Jethro two decades ago while assassinating his parents. Lord Vincent deserves it.






    Unlock and Load Match
    Lord Vincent Takaab Blackbird vs Jethro Warren

    After the opening video package for the Red, White, and Bruised PPV plays and the introduction from the Commentators happens, the Tron shows the live video feed from the warehouse that is the site of tonight's opening Match between Vincent Blackbird and Jethro Warren. The cameras shows Anna sitting on top of a ladder in front of her Cell with Vincent standing on the ladder seemingly reassuring her that everything is going to be ok. Suddenly, the doors to the warehouse bursts open as an injured Trace and an army of Vulture MC Members pour into the warehouse.

    Vincent: I thought you were supposed to be in a hospital several states away after the beating River and myself gave to you.

    Trace: Cute, real cute. That encounter did teach me something though.

    Vincent: Oh, and what's that?

    Trace: To bring even more men to take care of you. Guys, take out the cameras. Oh and Vincent, Jethro and Amber send their regards.

    Several members of the Vulture MC pulls out automatic rifles and starts shooting at the cameras causing the live feed to the Tron to go black and the crowd to boo loudly.


    The feed goes dark and back to the arena as the entire crowd chants "Bullshit! Bullshit! Bullshit! Bullshit!" A few throw debris toward the ring as the announcers try moving on to the next match. They hype up Mac Michaud's return a month and a half ago at Aftershock and his attacks toward Dave Sullivan, who is a psychotic former murderer.



    Sam McDonald: Let me say this about these two. They are pretty much perfect for one another. This is going to be a physical war. There may not be gunfire, or the threat of it, like Lord Vincent and Jethro Warren. I predict blood, though.






    "Closer" by Nine Inch Nails begins to play over the loud speakers and Dave Sullivan walks out onto the stage for his match with Mac Michaud. He walks right into the ring, ignoring the chorus of boos that are accompanying his entrance. Sullivan goes onto the turnbuckles and poses for the fans that had him as "I Stand Alone" by Godsmack begins to play. Rod Sterling comes out and raises his hands in triumph as Mac Michaud makes his way down to the ring to another chorus of jeers from the people in attendance.


    Dave Sullivan vs Mac Michaud w/ Rod Sterling

    Mac walks up the Steel Steps and he gets in Sullivan's face early before they are pulled apart by the referee who calls for the bell and gets this match under way.

    Dave Sullivan begins the match be showing of his Muay-Thai singles, trying to hit Mac with a kick but Mac, quick for a man of his size, moves out of the of the kicks. He grabs one of Sullivan's feet as he tries another kick and spins him around before connecting with a clothesline. Mac drags Sullivan into the corner and begins to stomp a mudhole into the smaller man's body. Mac backs up to the opposite corner and tries go hit Sullivan with a boot to the skull while he is seated in the corner. Sullivan moves out of the way and as Mac is caught up in the rope, he kicks Michaud in the skull with a vicious kick that sends him to the mat. Mac is dragged into the middle of the ring by Sullivan who mounts him with a series of punches. Mac block one of the punches and lifts the smaller man off of him. Mac sends Sullivan into the ropes and nails a Sitout Spinebuster, covering Sullivan.

    1.........2.........KICKOUT!

    Sullivan is able to kick out of one of Mac's power moves but that does not deter Michaud. He picks up Sullivan and begins to target his arm, twisting and wrenching it before hitting Sullivan with a short-arm clothesline that sends Sullivan back down to the back. Mac gets down on the mat and locks a Cross Armbreaker in on Sullivan. Mac twists and stretches Sullivan's arm as tries to fight out of the hold. Sullivan begins to inch his way over to the ropes. He puts his feet on the ropes and the referee orders Mac to break the hold. Mac gets back to his feet but Sullivan is able to hit a Kip Up Hurricanrana that sends Mac end over end. Dave bounces off of the ropes and hits a Rolling Thunder Senton onto Mac's midsection before going for a pin.

    1.........2.........KICKOUT!

    It will take a bit more than that to knock off the former Television Champion. Sullivan pulls Mac into the corner and hits him with a series of kicks to the gut before hitting him with another vicious kick to the skull that pulls him into the seated position. Sullivan gets a running start and throws his entire body at Mac's, hitting him with a Cannonball move. Sullivan signals that it is time to end this match and signals for his RKO. Rod Sterling will not allow this as he gets up on the apron to distract Sullivan and give his client a bit more time to get to his feet. Dave walks over to Sterling and they begin to jaw at each other. Dave has finally had enough and kicks Sterling in the balls, sending him down to the floor, however as Dave Sullivan turns around, he is met by a Big Boot from Mac Michaud. Mac quickly covers Sullivan for a pin.

    1...........2.........KICKOUT!

    Mac cannot believe that Sullivan kicks out of a big boot that seems to take the wind out of his challengers sails. Michaud seems to have had enough of Sullivan's will and motions that it is time for this match to end. He takes the lifeless body of Dave Sullivan, who is pretty much a dead weight at this point, and puts him up on his shoulders for the F5KO. Sullivan comes back to life at the very last second and hits Mac with a series of elbows to the battered skill of Michaud. Sullivan moves behind Mac's body and quickly drops him for a SKULL CRUSHING FINALE. Sullivan turns Mac's large body over and goes for the pin.

    1.........2.........3!

    WINNER: Dave Sullivan

    Dave rolls out of the ring with a smile on his face as the fans continue to boo him. He walks over the body of Rod Sterling, who is still holding his balls from the agonizing kick that Dave delivered earlier, and he walks to the back.





    Langdon Trafford: Danny Toner is a hot upstart in the FWA, and he's already receiving the opportunity of a lifetime! The X-Championship is on the line as The Mist faces Danny Toner.

    Piers Gallagher: If there's one thing we know about The Mist, it's that he's a lion caged. He's a psychopath wrapped in his own keeper's restraints, but...as we've seen...maybe Alester isn't so good.

    Sam McDonald: We saw in his promo for this show that he's realized Alester isn't such a saint. Now, will The Mist become the murderer he believes he can be?






    X-Championship Match

    The Mist (c) vs. Danny Toner

    The Mist enters first with the X title around his waist and wearing his signature mask. The Mist gets into the ring with the crowd behind him as he gets ready for his big PPV title defense. Danny Toner enters next the crowd is reacting a bit, a testament to how popular Toner has gotten in a short amount of time. Danny however is still being booed by some who don't like his attitude. Toner and The Mist stare each other down, the two of them showing some tinge of respect but also sizing the other up one last time before they start laying down the blows. The bell sounds and the two men lock up.

    Toner pushes The Mist back and then knees Mist in the gut pulling him in for a suplex but Mist is ready to go and slaps Toner's hands down and then grabs Toner into a modified standing headlock but it's sloppy and Toner elbows himself out of the potential hold and then grabs Mist and arm tosses him to the ground and right into a downed armbar hold. The Mist grits in pain but fights his opponents off of him with some hard knuckle clubbing. Both men get to their feet and lock up once more.

    The Mist decides to pull Toner in and clocks him with a forearm lariat but keeps Toner on his feet so he can grab him into a mat slam. While on the mat The Mist grabs Toner and starts twisting his left leg to cause as much pain as possible. Toner manages to roll his other leg up to kick Mist off of him. Toner gets up slow and Mist is on him quick grabbing him from behind and locking in an abdominal stretch. Toner screams in pain as Mist has a death grip on him. Toner finds some strength in him and manages to power out of the abdominal stretch. Mist attempts to grab him but Toner clocks Mist and then leaps up to knock his opponent down with a missile drop kick. Toner falls hard on the mat as does the Mist. The hold from earlier has taken a toll on Toner and he struggles on a bad leg and a lower back that is clearly bothering him. Mist gets up slow and Toner rushes over spears Mist to the mat. Toner hooks the leg 1...2 The Mist kicks out with some energy.

    Toner realizes that it's going to take more than that to get the title off The Mist and grabs the Mist by the hair and forces him to his feet and then knees the champ in the gut and then Toner goes off the ropes for a running knee but Mist dodges it at the last second and grabs toner into a spinning neckbreaker. The Mist now decides to cover Toner 1...Toner kicks out easy. The Mist lifts himself up as Toner makes his way to his feet. The two men start to trade blows back and forth this is a losing effort for Toner who is known more for his technical prowess and not his brawling skills and The Mist quickly overtakes him and then slams him to the mat.

    Toner is up fast but the Mist is ready and kicks Toner back down again with a big boot! Then Mist hovers over Danny and hits him with an elbow drop! The Mist sizes up Toner who is getting up slower than before and then he lunges and grabs Toner who tries to fight back but is a bit too slow as he is racked with a sidewalk slam from The Mist! The Mist then positions the downed Danny Toner and tries to lock him his finisher Severe Disfigurement but Toner manages to elbow and kick his way out of it before Mist can lock it in. Toner crawls away and climbs to his feet. The Mist goes for another attack but Toner counters it with a spin kick. The Mist falls to the mat and Toner takes the opportunity to lock in a sloppy but effective Boston crab. Mist is in a lot of pain but manages to flip out of the hold and then the two men lock up.

    The Mist goes for a grapple move but Danny is ready and counters it into a shoulder suplex. The Mist gets up and Toner is on him with a running knee. The Mist stumbles back, but keeps to his feet but that doesn't matter because Toner grabs him for a spinebuster! Danny covers The Mist 1...2...The Mist gets his shoulder up at the very last split second. Danny Toner forces his opponent to his feet and sets him up for a sleeper hold but Mist powers out before he can lock it in and then spins behind Toner to hit him in the back of the neck with a karate chop! Toner drops down to one knee and Toner tries to get up but as he turns around he is kicked in the gut by The Mist who hits his finisher End Times! (Last Ride) The mat shakes and The Mist hooks the leg 1...2...3!

    The Mist stands to his feet and get his arm and the title raised as the downed Danny Toner lays on the mat in pain, the reign of Mist will continue!

    Winner and STILL FWA X-Title Champion: The Mist via pinfall








    Robbins Thurgood is backstage in his office, in the locker room, and finishes watching the X-Championship match on his television screen. He looks down as a piece of paper and fills out a bracket. The bracket reads "North American Championship tournament." On one side is Danny Toner against Lord Vincent Takaab Blackbird. On another side is The Mist against ???. A third bracket is Jethro Warren against ???."



    Langdon Trafford: A tournament? North American championship? Not to decide a new onw, I'm sure.

    Piers Gallagher: Sounds like we'll have a new top challenger in the coming weeks.

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    North American Championship
    "The Emerald" Drew Stevenson (c) vs. Ashley 'O Ryan


    As the referee signals for the bell, both men embrace in a basic collar and elbow tie up. Quickly applying a headlock to Stevenson, Stevenson wraps his arms around the waist of Ashley and lifts him up for a backdrop bridging it into a pin fall as the referee drops down to make the count.

    One…

    Two...

    Pressing his shoulder off of the canvas right before the three count, Stevenson immediately locks on a seated headlock of his own as Ashley begins to crawl for the ropes, looking to grab a hold of the bottom rope so that Stevenson has no choice but to release the hold. Managing to get to the bottom rope, his hand grabs on tightly as the referee begins to count to five as Stevenson refuses to release the hold.

    One…

    Two...

    Three…

    Four...

    Right before the referee gets to five, Stevenson releases the hold and smiles arrogantly as the fans in attendance boo him heavily. Bending down and picking Ashley up to his feet, he suddenly gets caught with a flurry of blows which drives Stevenson into the nearest turnbuckle. Quickly punching Stevenson in the jaw repeatedly, he then begins to throw several knife edge chops right to the chest as Stevenson clutches his chest and screams out in a great deal of pain. Using his right hand, he places it under Stevenson's jaw and pushes his head back as he hits one final chop which echoes throughout the arena as Stevenson stumbles out of the corner and falls face first on to the canvas much to the delight of the fans. Letting out a scream, Ashley who now has all of the momentum reaches down and picks Stevenson up to his feet. Placing Stevenson's head underneath his right arm, he looks to hit a DDT but the very savvy Stevenson places his arms around Ashley's waist once again and throws him backwards with a northern lights suplex bridging it into a pin fall.

    One…

    Two...

    Thr...

    NO! Right before the three count, Ashley once again presses his shoulder up off of the canvas showing great resilience. Keeping his composure, Stevenson grabs a handful of Ashley's hair and yanks him up to his feet where he kicks him in the midsection doubling him over. As Ashley is doubled over, Stevenson grabs him around the midsection and picks him up with ease looking for a gut wrench power bomb but Ashley manages to counter it with a modified Hurricanrana which throws Stevenson face first into the padded turnbuckle. As he stumbles out backwards, Ashley quickly rolls him up looking to pick up the victory.

    One…

    Two...

    Thre...

    Kicking out right before the three, Ashley is quick to pick Stevenson up to his feet and as he does-Stevenson hits a quick European uppercut which causes Ashley to clutches his jaw and stumble backwards. As he lunges forward looking to clothesline Stevenson, Stevenson ducks and as Ashley turns around he is caught with a huge spine buster which rattles the ring and shakes the ropes. Quickly hooking the leg, the referee drops down to make the three count.

    One…

    Two...

    Three...

    NO! Once again, Ashley shows great resilience as he gets his shoulder off of the canvas stopping Stevenson from winning this match. Slapping the canvas out of frustration, he starts stalking Ashley and waits until he gets up. When Ashley finally gets up, Stevenson grabs him from behind looking to hit a German suplex but Ashley throws a stiff elbow right into the eye of Stevenson causing him to clutch his left eye and stumble backwards. Taking this time, Ashley quickly climbs up to the top ropes and as Stevenson turns around-he jumps off and is caught with a huge Final Conflict as the fans began yelling "holy shit" at such a tremendous impact. Instead of pinning Ashley however, Stevenson grabs the legs and turns him over in the Missouri cloverleaf as Ashley tries to grab the bottom rope, he tries to hold on but eventually he has no choice but to tap out.

    Releasing Ashley's legs, Mr. Sterling quickly enters into the ring holding the North American championship as he hands it to Stevenson who raises it into the air while looking down at Ashley just to taunt him, to make him feel inferior.

    Winner and STILL the FWA North American Champion, "The Emerald" Drew Stevenson!




    Backstage we see the same exact scene of interim Fight Night general manager Robbins Thurgood analyzing the action from his office in the locker room. He looks down to the tournament bracket before the camera pans farther away to reveal more of the room, and from the left sid walks a man dressed in Arab clothing. He has a Bisht robe with an Agal chord around the ghutrah. Prince Abdullah Assad grabs a pen and the tournament bracket paper from Robbins Thurgood's desk and fills in his name atop one of the two "???" spots.

    He stares at Robbins and bows in respect, and then walks away. Robbins Thurgood looks down in sort of a surreal confused state before giving a passive "This can work" look and nodding his head.


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    Buried Alive match
    Whyte Thunder and Lucian W. Ace vs. WOLF



    The crowd greets each of the three competitors appropriately, but WOLF's entrance ushers in a rather volcanic eruption of cheers. The former World Heavyweight champion stands at the entrance way and looks to his left, where a single grave is already dug with dirt surrounding the rectangle shape atop the mound.

    Langdon Trafford: Let us re-state that if Wolf loses, he loses his bid for the Hall of Fame.

    WOLF walks to the ring, where a face paint-wearing Whyte Thunder and his alleged son, Lucian W. Ace, await. WOLF enters the ring for this no disqualification match, and when the bell rings, he tries focusing all his attention and offense toward Whyte Thunder without receiving any from Lucian. Whyte Thunder gets caught in a grapple before Lucian lands a swift kick to the ribs, and Wolf backs away. Whyte Thunder and Lucian plan to double team and slowly close the area between them and Wolf, but the fan favorite explodes with a tackle to Whyte Thunder and lands MMA-style forearm punches across the face before Lucian lands a couple karate-style kicks to the ribs and lower back. WOLF again backs away from Lucian, who charges and tries to engage his father in a grapple but cannot catch the deceptively quick veteran. WOLF dodges Lucian at every turn until Whyte Thunder coils and strikes with a dropkick to the back, sending Wolf stumbling toward Lucian, who greets him with a knee breaker.

    Piers Gallagher:
    Wolf will NEED to fight his son, Lucian, if he wants to avoid being buried alive.


    Lucian and Whyte Thunder double team with a snap suplex and Whyte Thunder presses Wolf under the ropes with his feet. Lucian follows and lays a few strikes to his father going around the ring. Lucian whips Wolf into the fan barricade, and the veteran jumps onto the barricade to avoid the impact, and then leaps off and takes out Whyte Thunder with a jumping crossbody!!! The crowd explodes with cheers as Lucian quickly grabs Wolf and lands more punching and kicking strikes. He follows with a Yakuya kick as Wolf stumbles around the ring with Whyte Thunder still down. Lucian steps up the ring steps and leaps off toward Wolf, who dodges it and sees Lucian crash face first into the fan barricade!!! The loud smacking sound is heard in that section, and on the cameras, and Wolf surveys the carnage before Whyte Thunder tackles him and the two begin trading blows on the ground before Whyte Thunder rakes the eyes. He rises and lands a football-style kick into the stomach before landing a few closed-fist punches to the face of WOLF. Whyte Thunder tries for a vertical supex but Wolf blocks. He is able to lift Wolf up and drop him stomach-first onto the steel fan barricade!!! Lucian follows with a jumping leg drop to the upper body of Wolf, and his neck receives Lucian's leg crashing down!!! Wolf flips onto his back as Whyte Thunder signals to Lucian to do the deed and "bury him."

    Whyte Thunder grabs Wolf around the neck as Lucian leads the way. The crowd boos relentlessly toward the heel duo as Lucian smirks it off. Whyte Thunder shouts, "I know what's best for you!" Wolf, though, doesn't believe so and shoves Whyte Thunder into the barricade and lands repeated close forearm strikes to the face. He then hoists Whyte Thunder onto his shoulders for a torture rack, and Lucian finally turns around and sprints toward Wolf, who drops Whyte Thunder and sidesteps as Lucian drives a shoulder into Whyte Thunder's stomach!!! Lucian lays on the ground from the impact as Wolf grabs Whyte Thunder by the neck and pulls him toward the burial site.

    Sam McDonald:
    WOLF is hell bent on fighting Whyte Thunder, and Whyte Thunder alone, and winning this match without any direct attack on Lucian W. Ace!!!!


    Whyte Thunder fights back with a punch to the ribs and a knee lift into the face. He tries for a clothesline but Wolf counters with a scoop and running powerslam onto the mound of dirt!!! The crowd begins a HUGE "WOLF! WOLF WOLF WOLF!" chant as Lucian W. Ace charges and tackles Wolf — nearly into the grave!!! Lucian tries wrestling Wolf into the rectangle hole, but Wolf is able to cross over the edge and roll to the other side. Lucian's frustration shows, and he steps over, and levels a right hand to his father. He lands another as WOlf stumbles down the mound of dirt with blood on his face.

    Piers Gallagher: Is this a good time to tell Wolf to "rub some dirt on it?"

    Whyte Thunder joins as the two-on-one situation becomes too much for Wolf. Lucian grabs Wolf and lands a dragon suplex onto the hard concrete floor on the outer-ring area. Whyte Thunder turns Wolf over and locks in a painful-looking single-leg boston crab. Lucian then applies a front crossface with the boston crab still applied as the crowd heavily boos the two and their unfavorable ways.

    Sam McDonald:
    Look at this!!! What a move from Whyte Thunder and Lucian W. Ace!!!


    Both release, knowing a submission won't win the match, and drag Wolf toward the dirt mound and up the slope toward the hole. Whyte Thunder tries rolling Wolf over, but the grandslam champion locks in "Wrath of the Beast" submission ala The Undertaker in a Hell's Gate!!! Lucian W. Ace stomps Wolf until he releases and grabs him and tries pulling him toward the grave. Wolf shoves Lucian in the chest, and Lucian stumbles and nearly falls in...but Wolf grabs him by the arm and pulls him back. Whyte Thunder charges behind and Wolf sidesteps and shoves Whyte Thunder into Lucian Ace, who falls down the other side of the mound and violently bangs his head against the concrete floor!!!

    Langdon Trafford:
    OH MY GOD!!! LUCIAN'S HEAD JUST BOUNCED OFF THE CONCRETE FLOOR!!! SOMEONE CHECK ON HIM!


    WOLF can't allow himself to worry about Lucian and instead lands a military press spinebuster to Whyte Thunder, who is sent right onto the edge of the grave and falls into the hole!!! Wolf grabs the shovel...and behind scooping the dirt and tossing it down into the hole. Lucian still isn't moving...

    Piers Gallagher: I can't believe it....I just can't believe it. Wolf is going to win. Whyte Thunder is going to be buried alive tonight.

    Langdon Trafford: WOLF saves his spot in the Hall of Fame!!! And Whyte Thunder has been sent to his eternal resting place, and we no longer need to hear him babble on about how he knows what's best for the fans.

    Wolf scoops the last bit of dirt and completely covers Whyte Thunder just as Lucian Ace comes to and rolls onto his chest and stomach. Wolf raises his arms in victory and falls to a seated position while looking at his alleged son.


    Winner: WOLF







    Langdon Trafford: This next match is, without a doubt, many fans' most anticipated one. And the big reason? Beatrixx Black. I mean, these fans are going absolutely nuts for this girl. Nuts. She's a cult hero in the FWA.

    Piers Gallagher: She speaks the truth, Langdon. It's not something you'd know about, but these fans in Philadelphia are cutting edge.

    Harry Baxter: Are you no longer a worshiper of Saddle Sally?

    Sam McDonald: Piers Gallagher changes his colors more than Phillip A. Jackson.




    FWA Womens Championship Match

    Beatrixx Black vs. Dinorah Redgrave vs. Saddle Sally

    Beatrixx Black enters first to a massive amount of buzz from the crowd, the wild star has become quite popular in her time in the FWA but tonight is definitely the biggest match of her FWA career thus far and she wears it on her face despite her more angry attitude. Dinorah Redgrave is the 2nd to enter and she gets a nice pop from the fans who are happy to see her in more ways than one as she climbs into the ring and avoids Beatrixx who is giving her the death stare. Dinorah has herself pumped and ready to go as she acknowledges the friendly crowd. Saddle Sally is the next to enter as she has the title belt slung over her shoulders as she walks down to the ring. She doesn't look as focused as usual, she seems really worried about the match her brave face is cracking a bit as she steps into the ring fairly slowly. She still wears the knee brace and the camera shows Beatrixx eying the weak knee. The three women stand in the ring, waiting for the bell to sound and when it does almost immediately Dinorah and Beatrixx form an alliance and double team Saddle Sally who tries to run away but literally gets cornered and stomped out by the two women. The ref orders the two challengers off of the champ who is huddled in the corner in a fetal position.

    Sally finally comes out of the corner and Beatrixx and Dinorah grab her and double Irish whip her chest first into the turnbuckle. Sally crashes violently into the corner. Dinorah charges for a spear but Sally manages to roll out of the way and Dinorah goes shoulder first into the steel post. Sally is now on the outside of the ring and Dinorah lays on the mat holding her shoulder in pain. Sally moves to take on Dinorah but Beatrixx hops down right in front of her. Sally backs up as the slightly taller Beatrixx imposes on her. Beatrixx then grabs Sally but Sally counters it into an Irish whip than throws Beatrixx side first into the steel steps. Sally sighs in relief but she can't see Dinorah has gotten up from behind. Dinorah grabs Sally and throws her into the barricade. The crowd cheers and creepy men try to get a grab at Sally and she swats them away.

    Sally gets to her feet as Beatrixx and Dinorah are both up. Dinorah grabs Sally and looks ready to work with Beatrixx but it looks like the alliance has been short lived and Beatrixx grabs Dinorah by the throat and then pulls her in for a shoulder suplex onto the hard mat. The crowd "oooos" feeling Dinroah's pain. Sally climbs back into the ring during the distraction and then Beatrixx goes after her, Sally once again backs up and Beatrixx is ready this time and locks up with Sally. Sally attempts for a suplex but Beatrixx counters it into a suplex of her own. Sally bounces off the mat and gets up to her feet but she's knocked down by a running lariat from Beatrixx! Sally falls back onto the mat. Beatrixx poses for the crowd then attempts to cover Sally but Sally is ready and grabs Beatrixx into a roll up pin. 1....2..Beatrixx kicks out. Sally was sneaky but it wasn't enough to keep the challenger down.

    Beatrixx is mad now and charges Sally. Sally goes for a clothesline to counter the charge but Beatrixx ducks it and then grabs Sally into a backbreaker! Sally flops onto the mat, Dinorah is now back in the ring and she spins Beatrixx to face her so she can land a good forearm to her skull. Beatrixx stumbles back and then Dinorah grabs her by the hair to hit her with a violent DDT! Dinorah covers Beatrixx 1...2..Beatrixx kicks out, but definitely is trying to catch her breath as Dinorah grabs her and attempts to put her in a submission hold of some kind, Beatrixx breaks it up before it can be clear what Dinorah was attempting. Now all three women are to their feet. Sally makes eye contact with Dinorah and motions over to Beatrixx, trying to invite her to double team her fellow challenger. Dinorah nods in agreement, and then Sally tries to go to Beatrixx but it was a trick and Dinorah kicks Sally to the ground.

    Sally lays on the ground Beatrixx stomps on Sally's bad leg. Sally tries to hold her knee in pain but Dinorah grabs Sally's arms and pulls then back as Beatrixx grabs her legs and pulls then back as well the two women then toss Sally high into the air and let her come crashing down onto the mat! Sally rolls on the mat in agony. Beatrixx then grabs Sally for a Grizzly Bear Hug! Sally tries not to pass out as Beatrixx tightens the hold, just when it looks like Sally will fade Dinorah decides to predictably kick Beatrixx off of Sally. Beatrixx gets up angry, but not surprised and locks up with Dinorah. While the two women fight Sally rolls out of the ring and then gets to her feet holding her bad knee. She watches as Beatrixx and Dinorah exchange blows ending with Beatrixx countering an attempted punch from Dinorah into an armbar drag. Sally then crawls underneath the ring.

    Dinorah and Beatrixx continue to grapple with each other. Dinorah knees Beatrixx in the gut and then grabs Beatrixx into a German suplex. Dinorah gets a second German suplex off and goes for a third but Beatrixx elbows Dinorah right in the nose and the blonde valkyrie lets go. Beatrixx then delivers a soccer kick to the skull of Dinorah. Dinorah falls to the mat in pain, holding her head as Beatrixx stalks her. Dinorah tries to fight back but it's no use Beatrixx has her now and soccer kicks Dinorah once more to down her on the mat. Beatrixx then climbs to the top rope and decides to hit her finisher Squash Mountin'

    (Diving Seated Senton to head of standing opponent facing away from Beatrixx, transitioned into Camel Clutch Submission) Dinorah is in the camel clutch hold and can't get out of it. Dinorah inches towards the ropes but can't reach them. Dinorah looks ready to tap but suddenly Sally comes back into the ring with a steel chair she grabbed from underneath and clobbers Beatrixx on the back with it. Beatrixx is hit so hard she trips over Dinorah and falls out of the ring through the ropes.

    The crowd boos as Dinorah Redgrave gets up unaware of what is about to happen to her as struck over the head with a steel chair from Saddle Sally. Sally then slams the steel chair onto the downed body of Dinorah for good measure. Sally covers Dinorah the ref begins to count 1...2...3! The arena erupts into the jeers and boos as Saddle Sally is handed the FWA Womens title and she raises it above her head and then gets her arms raised. She turns to all sides of the arena letting them soak it in! Dinorah and Beatrixx are still down as Saddle Sally taunts them and then exits the ring heading up the entrance ramp and placing the belt back on her waist as she does so.

    Beatrixx Black is up first, stares at her and lets out a frustrated sigh before receiving a loud ovation from the crowd.

    Winner and STILL FWA Womens Champion: Saddle Sally via pinfall







    After the last match, we head to the backstage area where the lovely Katie Lynn Goldsmith is waiting with a microphone in her hands.

    Katie Lynn Goldsmith:
    Ladies and Gentlemen, Jason Gryphon


    Jason Gryphon walks onto the scene and a roar from the audience in attendance can be heard. Jason is wearing his hooded robe and it is covering his face.


    Katie Lynn Goldsmith:
    Jason, tonight you are in arguably the biggest match of your career. What are your thoughts?


    Jason Gryphon:
    Six months ago this journey began. Six months of torture and agony are finally going to come to an end tonight when I face Ryan Hall in the middle of the ring. I am going to show all of my Gryphon's tonight that when you put your mind to something, you can accomplish anything. It does not matter to me if Ryan Hall is a multi-time World Champion, it does not matter to me that he is a Hall of Famer, the only thing that matters to me is causing him just as much pain as he caused me. It is time for the mistakes of the past to be corrected and it is time to make way for a brighter future here in FWA. There is only one way to make sure that future comes and it is for everyone in attendance and everyone around the world watching at home to witness...


    Jason takes off hood from his robe and looks directly into the camera.

    Jason Gryphon:
    THE DEATH OF THE LAST KING!


    Jason puts the hood back over his face and walks off toward the ring, ready for his career defining match with his hated enemy, Ryan Hall.


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    Grudge Match


    “The Last King” Ryan Hall vs “Living Mythology” Jason Gryphon

    The feeling in the arena is electric as soon as the ring announcers says, “The following contest will be a Grudge Match set for one fall.” It is time for the epic confrontation between good and evil. Ryan Hall is the first man to make his way out to the stage as "Absolute Zero" by Stone Sour begins to play over the loud speakers. The man once dubbed “The Inferno” has an evil look on his face as he slowly makes his way down to the ring as the crowd in attendance loudly boo him. Hall pays them no mind as he walks up the steel steps and gets into the ring. He moves into the middle of the ring and simply stands there as he waits for his challenger. “Carry On My Wayward Son” by Kansas begins to play and Jason Gryphon makes his way out onto the stage. He raises his hands in the air and his pyro shoots off into the heavens. Jason begins the walk down the ramp way and his eyes never leave those of Hall’s. Jason slides into the ring and as soon as he goes. Hall goes on the attack. He puts the boots to Jason before he can even get his robe off. The referee tries to pull Hall off of Jason but as soon as he does, Jason tackles Hall and nails him with a series of mounted punches. Hall quickly escapes and rolls out of the ring as Jason takes off his robe. He screams for Hall to get into the ring and when he does the referee calls for the bell. This match is now underway.

    Langdon Trafford: An anticipated matchup here tonight between the FWA's future and its past. Ryan Hall, a four-time World champion, against who many believe to be a future champion, Jason Gryphon.

    Jason and Hall make a beeline for each other and begin to nail each other with a series of closed handed rights. They bounce around the ring as they try to punch each other into oblivion. Ryan is able to take control of the situation and whips Jason into the corner. Ryan goes for a running clothesline against the turnbuckle but Jason moves out of the way and tosses Hall into the corner. He begins to hit Hall with a series of knife-edged chops, ten in total, before hip tossing Hall into the middle of the ring. Jason bounces off of the ropes and tries to hit Hall with an elbow drop but Hall quickly moves out of the way. Hall grabs Jason’s arm and twists it before slamming it to the ground. Gryphon grabs his arm in pain before Hall takes it again and begins to stomp on it. Hall begins to work over the arm in an armlock as he moves behind Jason. He continues to wrench on the arm before Jason moves to his feet. He pushes Hall off of him and bounces off the ropes, only to be caught in an armbar submission. Hall is screaming for Jason to tap but he will not. He slowly but surely makes his way over to the ropes and puts his foot on them.

    Harry Baxter: Jason Gryphon shows his heart, but Ryan Hall's submission sure did some damage!

    Piers Gallagher: Ryan Hall is just one level better. Whether that shows tonight or not, it's fact.


    Hall moves to his feet again and pulls Jason to his feet by his now damnaged arm. He whips Jason into the ropes again but Jason is able to reverse Hall’s move attempt into a Float Over DDT. Jason gets to his feet and rubs his arm to try to get some feeling back into it. Seeing that Hall is still on the ground, Jason drops an elbow onto Hall’s kidney’s. Jason moves back and he waits for Ryan to get to his feet and when he does, he nails him with a knee lift, followed up by a neckbreaker. Gryphon makes a move down to the lower half of Hall’s body and tries to lock in the Carolina Cloverleaf but Hall is able to push Jason off him and bounces him off of the ropes. Gryphon comes running back towards Hall and he is meet with an Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex that takes Jason down and rolls him out of the ring. Hall moves to the outside and lifts Jason up in his arms and dropping him onto the barricade. Hall grabs Jason by his long hair and tries to smash his head against the steel post but Jason grabs the post to stop Hall and it is now a test of strength to see who gets smashed. Jason pulls one of his hands away and he elbows Hall in the guts and smashes his head into the post before rolling him back into the ring. Back in the ring, Jason sends Hall into the ropes and nails a big Spinning Side Slam then goes for the pin.

    Langdon Trafford:
    Jason Gryphon is proving he can stay with Ryan Hall one on one!


    1………2………KICKOUT!

    Hall kicks out of Jason’s big power move but that does not deter Jason who picks Hall up and tosses him over the top rope and down to the floor again. He waits for Hall to get to his feet and tries to get the crowd in on the action as he makes a running start for the ropes and goes for a Suicide Dive. Just as Jason makes his flying leap, he is clocked in the skull with a vicious back elbow that sends Jason to the floor. Hall goes for the padding on the arena floor and begins to rip it up, exposing the concrete of the floor. He waits for Jason to get to his feet again and he hits him with a DDT on the exposed floor. Hall kips up after his DDT and points to his head, showing the crowd just how smart he is. He walks back into the ring and tells the referee to quick his challenger out. The referee begins the count and gets to 6 before Jason begins to stir on the outside. The count continues and at 9.99, Jason slide back into the ring to the disbelief of Ryan Hall who grabs Jason, picks him up, and from behind hits a Bridging German Suplex for the pin.

    1………..2………….KICKOUT!

    Ryan does something that he rarely done recently and he makes his way to the top rope. He pauses on the top and waits for Jason to get to his feet and when he finally does so, Hall leaps off of the top, and goes for a Missile Dropkick. Luckily for Jason, he back out of Hall’s target area and he goes crashing to the mat. Jason takes advantage, grabs Hall by the legs, and take him over into the Carolina Cloverleaf. Jason leans back on his enemies back and works it over. Hall is screaming in pain as Gryphon leans back as much as he can but Hall somehow still makes it to the ropes. The referee comes over and orders Jason to break the hold. Gryphon gets to his feet again and whips Hall into the corner but Hall reverses his momentum, runs back towards Gryphon, and levels him with a Spear. Ryan gets on top of Jason and hits him with a series of punches before picking him up and hitting a quick snap suplex. Hall takes Jason body and tosses it through the middle rope and down to the apron. Hall goes for a Rope Hung neckbreaker, Jason moves back into the ring and lifts Hall up and over his head and drops him to the floor. Jason sees this chance to go for the Suicide Dive again but he changes his mind at the last minute and makes a flying leap over the top rope and crashes into Hall.

    The crowd gets to their feet and cheer for Jason as he gets back to his feet and pounds on his chest in approval of his actions. He picks Hall up and goes to send him into the Steel Step but Hall reverses the Irish Whip and it is Jason that goes into the step. Ryan quickly follows up with a knee to Jason skull as he leans against the Steel. When Ryan Hall moves out of the way, it is revealed that there is a cut on Jason’s forehead and blood is begins to leak out it. Ring officials try to pull Ryan off of Jason so they can attend to the cut but Hall pushes them out of the way. He shoves Jason back into the ring and positions him against the turnbuckle. He gets onto of Jason and begins to hit Jason with the 10 count punches in an effort to open the wound more and spill more of Jason’s blood. He continues the punches long after the ten count until Jason grabs him, lifts him up for a Powerbomb, and sends him crashing to the mat. Jason backs up against the ropes and signals for the LION’S LARIAT! Hall quickly ducks out of the way and goes for the INFERNO CUTTER but Jason pushes Hall off of him who quickly recovers with a kick to Jason’s gut. Hall begins to set up for the Hell’s Fall but Jason reverses and sets Hall over his head. Jason runs against the ropes and comes back with the LION’S LARIAT. Jason quickly goes for the cover.

    1………2………KICKOUT!

    The crowd quickly gets to their feet and are in shock as Hall kicks out of Jason’s finisher. Gryphon himself has a shocked look on his blood drenched face. Jason grabs Hall by the head and back up into the turnbuckle, setting up for the Tornado DDT that has finished of several of Jason’s challengers in the past. Jason gets up on the second middle rope and takes Hall down with a DDT. Jason does not go for the pin through, he singles that he want to end the match by flying high. Gryphon goes out onto the turnbuckle and positions himself for the EAGLES WING’S crossbody. He waits for the perfect time to jump as Hall gets to his feet and turns around. Jason leaps off of the top rope but Ryan Hall moves out of the way and leaps up, taking Jason’s head his arms and sending him down to the mat with an “INFERNO CUTTER.” The crowd is disbelief and begins to chant “Holy Shit” over and over as both men are down now. Hall slowly crawls over and drapes his arm over the body on Jason Gryphon, knowing that he has won this war.

    1………2……….KICKOUT!

    Piers Gallagher: NO WAY! HOW DID HE KICK OUT?!

    The crowd has become unglued! Jason Gryphon just kicked out of one of the most devastating moves that Hall can offer. “The Inferno” lets out a loud scream in frustration and gets to his feet to begin stomping on Jason. He pulls “Living Mythology” up to his feet and begins to slap him across the face before jumping him, locking his legs around Jason’s body and taking him down with a Death Valley Driver. Ryan drags the lifeless body on Jason over and sits him on the turnbuckle He grabs Jason’s head and goes for a SUPER INFERNO CUTTER. Ryan makes his move and goes for the running start but Jason breaks free, pushes Hall away from him, and connects with a LION’S LARIAT that sends Hall inside out. Jason shoots the half and hooks Hall’s leg for the pin.

    1………2………3!

    WINNER: “Living Mythology” Jason Gryphon

    Sam McDonald: Jason Gryphon takes the pinfall victory against one of the greatest wrestlers in FWA history!


    Jason Gryphon gets to his knees and lets out a primal scream after defeating the man that caused him so much pain. Jason’s face is a crimson mask but there is a smile hidden beneath all of that blood. Jason slides out of the ring and leaving an unconscious Hall in the ring. Jason pounds on his chest at the entrance way and screams “We Are Mythology!” at the top of his lungs before heading to the back.








    "Ace of Diamonds" Shane McLean is backstage walking with the FWA World Championship over his shoulder. He is preparing for the upcoming triple threat match when Gabrielle Montgomery passes him. Shane and Gabrielle stop, right in passing, and eye one another up.

    Gabrielle Montgomery: Anything you want to say, Shane?

    Shane McLean: I'm just guessing that this won't be the last time our paths cross.


    Shane keeps walking, and Gabrielle smirks and mutters under her breath, "Let's hope so."

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    FWA Tag Team Championship Match

    The Kennedy/Carter Administration vs. Thomas Princeton and Jethro Warren (Executive Excellence)

    The crowd is hot for the next match and the crowd goes wild as Chris Kennedy and Brian Carter come down the entrance ramp, titles firmly around their waist. They seem ready to go and get slap happy with each other as they climb into the ring. The two men wait until Jethro Warren and Thomas Princeton enter to a healthy amount of heat as the two menacing foes make their way into the ring. Jethro decides that he is going to go first and he is paired up against Chris Kennedy the two men stare each other down and then the ring bell sounds. After the match begins Vincent Blackbird and Anna enter and stand at the entrance ramp, surprisingly on their feet after the brutality of the match from earlier in the night. Jethro catches them on their feet, but rather than be distracted by this he is fueled by this.

    The opponents lock up and Jethro gets the early advantage due to his brute strength and slams Kennedy onto the mat. Kennedy tries to get up but he is swiftly knee in the nose back down onto the mat. Jethro then grabs the downed champion and begins to put him in a sleeper hold, it's more to tire out his opponent rather than anything else. As expected Kennedy battles his way out of the hold with some sharp elbows to the gut of Jethro but once free the hold has taken it's toll and Kennedy is too slow to prevent a clobbering clothesline from Jethro. Jethro goes for the early cover 1...2 Kennedy kicks out.

    Jethro attempts to grab Kennedy once more but Chris slips out of the attempted hold and then forearm strikes Jethro. Jethro falls back and Kennedy grabs him just in time to lift him up for an impressive angled suplex. Jethro gets up slow as Kennedy rushes up and lariats Jethro back down to the mat. Kennedy waits as Jethro gets up and then grapples him and attempts for another suplex but Jethro slaps Kennedy's hands away and then headbutts him off him and grabs him into a hard DDT! Jethro covers Kennedy quickly 1...2...Kennedy kicks out!

    Jethro tries to yank Chris to his feet but Chris slips out of the hold and then kicks Jethro with a textbook Enzuigiri. Jethro falls flat and then Kennedy scrambles and tags in Brian Carter who comes out and big boots Jethro as he tries to stand. Carter then grabs Jehtro and lifts him up for a sidewalk slam! Carter is fired up and so is the crowd. Tom is reaching out to Jethro. Jethro tries to crawl to tag himself in to Tom but he's pulled away by Carter who isolates him and then hits him with a violent vertical suplex! Carter hooks the leg 1...2...Jethro kicks out! Carter lands a few forearms to the skull of Jethro, this goes on for a moment until Jethro manages to kick Carter off him. Carter falls onto his back and Jethro wastes no time and tags in Thomas Princeton.

    Thomas Princeton darts out of the corner and starts striking Carter. Carter is backed up into a corner and then Tom knees him in the gut. Carter collapses into the turnbuckle and then Tom runs up and delivers a spear right to the gut of the champion. Carter slumps out of the corner and Tom then puts Carter in a reverse chin lock. Carter yelps in pain, but thanks to the crowd's fandom gets a good chant going and manages to get to his feet and escape the hold. He and Tom trade blows but Carter wins and knocks Tom into the sitting down position onto the mat. Princeton attempts to get up but Carter is ready and grabs Tom into a modified gordbuster! Carter then goes off the ropes and as Tom stands up Carter grabs him with a one handed bulldog. Tom flops onto the mat in pain. Vincent and Anna have seen enough and go backstage.

    Carter sees an opportunity and goes to grab Tom but Tom manages to sneak in an eye poke and carter stumbles back. Then Tom leaps up and tags in Jethro who comes out and takes Carter down to the mat MMA style. Carter is downed and Jethro manages to pin Brian down and deliver some hard forearm jabs. Carter rolls out from underneath Jethro and tries to make a stand but Jethro is ready and grabs Carter for a shoulder suplex. Carter lands on the mat hard and Jethro pulls the champ to his feet. Carter pushes Jethro back right into the body of Tom who now is officially tagged in. Tom is surprised, he hasn't caught his breath yet. But Carter is savvy and grabs Tom and snap suplexes him into the ring. Then he grabs Tom and hits him with three consecutive German suplexes. Tom looks dizzy, Carter looks ready to finish this. Carter goes down towards Tom but Princeton counters it with a drop toe hold! Tom gets to his feet and goes off the ropes ready to hit Carter with a BTY Clothesline but Carter ducks it at the last second and then turns around and spears Tom right to the mat! Carter hooks the leg and Jethro tries to run in to break it up but Kennedy clotheslines him down. The ref makes the count 1....2...3!

    Kennedy and Carter both stand to their feet the crowd cheering them as they raise up their arms and their titles. Tom lays on the mat and a seething Jethro forces Tom to his feet and the two men exit the ring with angry looks on their faces, this is clearly the last that this tag team has heard of Executive Excellence. Carter and Kennedy give each other a nice bro-hug and the two continue to celebrate with the crowd.

    Winners and STILL FWA Tag Team Champions: The Kennedy/Carter Administration


    #1 Contender to the FWA Championship, The man formerly known as PAJ, Phillip A. Jackson, is walking down the corridor backstage, cracking his knuckles before pounding his fist into his open palm. His black t-shirt reads Suddenly, he stops in his tracks when he comes face to face with his former Syndicate stablemate, The Astonishing Chris Kennedy. Kennedy has his Tag Team championship draped over his shoulder.

    Kennedy smiles at PAJ, and PAJ just glares at Kennedy for a moment. Kennedy finally extends his hand and PAJ just pauses, before smiling and shaking it, the two former “brothers” showing their mutual respect for one another. Chris Kennedy, the 3 time World Champion, PAJ, the up and coming young stud who’s right on the cusp of shattering that glass ceiling.


    Chris Kennedy: Good to see you, Phil.

    Phillip A. Jackson: Likewise, man. Still kicking ass and touting 30 pounds of gold everywhere you go. Some things never change after all.

    Chris Kennedy: Now I don’t know about that, brother. Looks like you may finally taste World championship gold. The winds of change are in motion and I gotta tell you, Phil. I like it. I think this is your night. You’ve come a long way.

    PAJ chuckles a bit and nods in agreement.

    Phillip A. Jackson: That means a lot man. Thank you, really. I wouldn't be here without you. You took the chance on me when people laughed in my face so yea man, I owe you everything.

    Chris Kennedy: Hey don’t mention it. I’m proud of you man. You’ve EARNED this, it’s there waiting for you. All you have to do is TAKE it.

    PAJ extends his fist and Kennedy bumps it accordingly, another show of respect .

    Kennedy and PAJ (Simultaneously): SYNDICATE FOR LIFE!

    Kennedy pats Phillip on the shoulder before walking off. Phillip A. Jackson smiles and continues walking, with a sudden boost in confidence and a pep in his step.

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    Kurt Harrington: The following match is a Last Man Standing Match.

    • The arena goes black as a red light flashes over the entrance as Mr Crowley by Cradle of Filth hits the pa. The entire arena boos.

    Kurt Harrington
    : Introducing first from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada weight in at two hundred and twenty five pounds STU ‘THE SNAKE’ ST.CLAIR!!!!!


    • Stu walks out wearing black boots with black long tights with a frightening red snake on his right pant leg. He is wearing a black leather jacket unzipped with no shirt underneath. He is pushing a shopping cart down to the ring, Inside the shopping cart is a fire extinguisher , a stop signs, to garbage can lids, a trash can, kendo, broom, and a steel chain. He pushes the shopping cart down the ramp. The camera sees some signs in the crowd. ‘When’s A Snake Always a Snake’, and ‘Snakes Fear The Caramel Goddess’.

    McDonald: Pathetic is one word that comes to my mind when I see this man. He doesn’t care about anyone but himself.

    Baxter: That maybe true but the turn of Stu can be traced to people not trusting him when they said they did. They never believed what Stu said when he was telling the truth yet his own time friend turned his back on him.

    McDonald: That maybe true Baxter but that doesn’t excuse Stu for anything he does.

    Baxter: It doesn’t. If anything because of his recent turn he could be just a lethal as he was then in this land man standing match.

    • Stu starts throwing everything into the ring minus the steel chain. He rolls into the ring holding the steel chain. He takes off his leather jacket and hangs the steel chain around his neck draping across his stomach. He looks into the crowd as they boo him.

    Kurt Harrington: Introducing…

    • "I Forgive But I Wont Forget Your Name" by Lacuna Coil hits the pa as the crowd goes nuts.

    Kurt Harrington: From Auckland, New Zealand, Weighing in at One Hundred and Thirty Pounds, The Caramel Coated Goddess, GABRIELLE!!!

    • Gabrielle walks through the entrance tunnel with red and white confetti fall from the sky. She is wearing black knee high ring boots with red and white short shorts. She had black elbow pads with a red and white halter top. She has he golden brown hair in a pony tail and looks at the people. She smiles until she sees Stu in the middle of the ring. She walks down with a purpose down the ramp away. The cameras catch a few signs in the crowd ‘Snakes Will Find Why You Do Not Mess With a Women Scorned Especially A Goddess’, ‘Gabrielle Knock Stu’s Fangs Right Out of His Mouth!!!’ I Do Not Fear The Reaper I Fear The Caramel.’

    McDonald: I remember all those year when Gabrielle entered the squared the circle for the first time in FWA and never did I think I would see her in a match like this. This is pure brutality.

    Baxter: It is. You are not looking for the one two three. You are looking to stun or put down a person for ten sounds to be declared the winner in a match where anything goes. The referee is only there to make a ten count and raises the person’s hand.

    McDonald: We have seen Gabrielle scream when she was on fire at Trial by Fire but the fire can be put out. The feeling of pure sadistic brutality at its fullest is something that will not go away. This goes without even mentioning who her opponent is here tonight.

    Baxter: I admire Gabrielle sprite but this is something I care deeply about where this women could have here career ended if not shorten because of this if Stu gets his way.

    McDonald: Gabrielle is going to give her all and fight to the bloody end.

    Baxter: She will but god damn I hope she stays down when it is too rough before it get worse than my or yours or anyone’s worst nightmare.

    • Gabrielle walks into the ring and poses on the ring posts but always watching Stu as he sits back leaning against the bottom turnbuckle.



    Last Man Standing match

    Gabrielle Montgomery vs. Stu "The Snake" St. Clair



    • The bells rings and the match begins. Gabrielle and Stu meet in the middle of the ring and Gabrielle goes for an irish whip but Stu blocks it and reverses sending her into the ropes. Gabrielle hits the ropes and comes running at full speed. Stu goes for a clothesline but Gabrielle ducks and hits the ropes. She comes running back and hits a single leg dropkick to Stu. Stu falls as Gabrielle motions for Stu to get up. Stu slowly gets up and they tie up and Stu drives his right knee into her stomach. Stu then applies a side headlock. Gabrielle cringes as she elbows Stu in the stomach seconds later. She then irish whips Stu into the ropes. Stu comes running back and Gabrielle goes for a back body drop but Stu block with facebreaker knee smash. Gabrielle holds her face. Stu grabs the stop sign and just as Gabrielle turns his way he smashes square in the face with it. Gabrielle drops. The referee begin to make a count

    One

    • Stu drops on his knee and starts hitting mounted punches to the face of Gabrielle. Breaking the count. Stu then rubs his right forearm across her face as the crow boos. Stu gets up as Gabrielle is holding her face slowly getting up. Stu grabs Gabrielle and hits a snapmare takedown on her. Stu moves the stop sign he just used close to the head of Gabrielle. He gets her in the standing surfboard position with her head up. Stu grins as he curb stomps Gabrielle’s face into the stop sign. Gabrielle moans in absolute agony while Stu has a smug look on his face. The referee begins the count while Stu rolls out of the ring. He pulls out a table and sets at the edge of the apron and rolls back inside.

    McDonald: Good lord that could have crushed her face.

    Baxter: She isn’t going to be looking that pretty off the match. I hope she knows what she is getting in being in a last man standing match against a man as evil as Stu is.

    McDonald: True Baxter but this man has such a calculated evil mind. But the one thing we cannot count is Gabrielle passion to survive and excel.

    Baxter: Indeed she was smart enough in the Mile High Match to walk away with hardly any damage from it when she won the FWA World Title a few years back.

    One
    Two

    • And a half and Gabrielle is to her feet. She is holding her face as Stu grabs her and hits scoop slam on her. Gabrielle slowly gets up and Stu gets a front face lock on her and hits a neck crank suplex on her. Stu slowly backs up against the ropes. Gabrielle slowly gets up. Stu comes running with a big boot but Gabrielle ducks. She nails Stu in the stomach with an elbow smash and hits a gutwrench suplex on him. The crowd cheers as Gabriele holds her face as Stu slowly gets up. Stu gets up and Gabrielle has the stop sign beside her that Stu used on her earlier on in the match. Gabrielle grabs Stu and hits hangman’s neck breaker on the stop sign. Stu holds his neck. The referee counts

    One
    Two

    • And a half Stu is back to his feet while Gabrielle grabs him and irish whips into a turnbuckle corner. Gabrielle comes running leaps on the second tope and gives ten punches to Stu while the crowd counts the punches. Gabrielle does a back flip off the second ropes then leaps on Stu, Gabrielle hits a monkey flip on Stu. Stu moans as Gabrielle gets up seconds before Stu. Gabrielle grabs Stu and irish whips him into the turnbuckle. Gabrielle comes running with a left arm clothesline. Stu falls a bit forward and Gabrielle hits a savate kick. Stu falls against the bottom turnbuckle. Gabrielle grabs the stop sign and places it right on the face of Stu. Gabrielle goes the corner of the ring and comes running hitting a corner to corner dropkick on Stu with
    the stop sign on his face. The crowd cheers as the referee begins to count

    McDonald: That is a great set of offense by Gabrielle.

    Baxter: Those legs are just pretty they are damn lethal.

    McDonald: That corner to corner dropkick to Stu’s face with the stop sign has got to have slowed the snake down.

    Baxter: It has to McDonald.

    One
    Two
    Three
    Four and no life from Stu as he pulls himself up by the ropes. Stu feels his face as stares at Gabrielle. Stu comes running at Gabrielle with a clothesline. Gabrielle goes for a back drop but inverts and hits a Death Valley driver on Stu. Gabrielle rolls out of the ring and pulls out a steel chair. She folds it up and gets back into the ring. She places it down and calls The Caramel Coat DDT as Stu gets to both his feet. Gabrielle goes for The Caramel Coated DDT but Stu blocks and hits an atomic drop on her. Stu catches his breath and irish whips Gabrielle across the ring but Gabrielle counters sending Stu towards the ropes. Stu hits the ropes and comes running back. Gabrielle grabs him and hits a head scissor takedown on him. Gabrielle gets up as Stu holds his neck.

    • Gabrielle grabs Stu but Stu hits a jawbreaker on her. Stu grabs one garbage can lid with one hand. He grabs the other garbage can lid with the other. Stu hits her with a body blow with the lid from the right. Gabrielle jerks to the left. Stu then hits her with another body shot with the left jerking her to the left. Stu does clap with both on Gabrielle head. Gabrielle holds her head. As Stu turns and hits a discus smash with the garbage can lid knocking Gabrielle down. Stu looks down and looks at the crowd with his ugly smirk. The crowd boos. Stu drops to his knee and gets a crucifix hold on her. Stu starts hitting roaring elbows to her head for a solid thirty second. Gabrielle head jerks violently with every roaring elbow shot. Stu gets up as the referee begins the count

    McDonald: That lid shot did not seem that nice. Gabrielle had the moment but got caught.

    Baxter: She did but she will catch the snake and turns things around.

    McDonald: I hope so as those roaring elbow shots to the head will have ravaged her head badly.

    Baxter: Most likely but hopefully it’s not too bad.

    One
    Two
    Three
    Four

    • And Gabrielle gets up and tilts her head up. She is bust open with blood slowly coming down. Stu walks over and grabs the steel chair and opens it up and sets it beside Gabrielle. Stu grabs Gabrielle and irish whips her across the ring into the ropes. Gabrielle hits the ropes and comes running straight for Stu. Stu goes for a drop toe hold on the steel chair for Gabrielle. Gabrielle side steps and grabs the chair. She folds the chairs and she hit smash mouth with it. Stu is stunned and holds his face. Gabrielle grabs the steel chair she just threw at Stu. Stu turns around and waffles Stu with the steel chair knocking him down. The stiff steel chair shot echoes the ring. The referee begins the count.
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    • Half way to six Stu slowly gets up and Gabrielle comes running hitting a step up enzurgi on him. Gabrielle touches her face and looks into her right hand. She sees her own blood. She spots a kendo stick. She walks over to Stu and hits across the neck. Stu moans as he holds his neck. Stu rolls a bit and slowly gets up. Gabrielle using the kendo stick hits a russian legsweep on Stu. Gabrielle gets up holding the kendo stick. She presses it hard against the throat of Stu for thirty seconds. Gabrielle holds off as Stu holds his neck and throat area. Stu slowly gets up and Gabrielle swings the kendo stick and breaks across the face of Stu. Gabrielle drops the remains of the kendo stick from her hands and looks at Stu. The referee begins the count.

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    Six and Stu is slowly getting up. Stu is busted open as blood drizzles down his face. Gabrielle gets a front face lock on Stu and drags him near a turnbuckle corner. She hits a suplex into a reverse ddt on Stu. Gabrielle climbs to the top rope. She leaps going for a moonsault and at the last second Stu rolls out of the way. Stu crawls to the ropes as Gabrielle feels the recoil of missing.

    McDonald: Wow never thought I would see Gabrielle that aggressive ever with what she did.

    Baxter: I agree she broke a kendo stick across Stu’s face causing him to be busted open. She even choked him with the kendo stick.

    McDonald: I think seeing her own blood brought the ruthless aggression right out of her.

    Baxter: This is level of hate is incredible.

    • Stu has pulled himself with the ropes as Gabrielle has gotten to her feet. Gabrielle and Stu look up and Gabrielle gets a side headlock applied and is about to irish whip Stu. Stu block it and smashes her in the ribs with his left elbow. Stu gets behind Gabrielle and hits a full nelson slam. Stu backs up into the ropes as Gabrielle is on her hands and knees. Stu comes running with a running knee lift. Stu knocks Gabrielle square in the face with the knee lift. The referee begins the count.

    One
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    Five and Gabrielle is slowly up. Stu irish whips Gabrielle into the turnbuckle corner. Stu comes running connecting with a right arm clothesline then hits a running bulldog on her. Stu catches his breath as blood continues to drizzle across his face giving him a distinguished crimson mask. Gabrielle crawls towards the ropes as Stu grabs a steel chair in his hand. He runs and slams the folded steel chair across Gabrielle’s back. Gabrielle moans in agony while the crowd boos. Stu drags Gabrielle and places her neck on the second rope with her face staring out into the crowd. Stu runs across the ring and hits the ropes. He comes running back and hits a leg lariat across the neck of Gabrielle. Gabrielle moans in pain as Stu enjoys every second of this torture he is inflicting. Gabrielle pulls herself up as crowd watches expression on her face as feels the pain. Stu grabs Gabrielle and irish whips her into a turnbuckle corner. Stu walks up and gives her ten hard knife edge chops across the stomach. Gabrielle moans with every knife edge chop. The crowd boos. As soon as Stu is finished giving the final knife edge chop he climbs to the top rope holding Gabrielle. He hits a calf branding on her. Stu gets up slowly holding his neck. The referee begins the count.

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    And a half Gabrielle is on one leg and one knee. Stu jogs and hits a low kick to the head of Gabrielle’s face knocking her down. Stu walks over to a turnbuckle corner where his steel chain is. He walks back over to Gabrielle. He gives the viewing crowd at home and watching on ppv a disgusting vile smile. He whips Gabrielle’s back with the steel chain. Gabrielle moans loudly as the women and children are stunned and trying to look away. Stu swings against smashing her back. Gabrielle moans as she cringes in pain. Stu smashes her in the back again and pauses then does it again. Stu mutters one more time. Stu whips her in the back with the steel chain as the crowd boos loudly. Stu drops the chain. Gabrielle cringes as she feels her back. Stu gets to his feet and backs up the edge of the ring where there is a wooden table set up by him earlier. Gabrielle crawls and gets to her feet. She grabs Stu’s feet and pulls herself up only for Stu to irish whip her across the ring. Gabrielle hits the ropes and comes running at full speed towards Stu.

    McDonald: Good lord that bastard is seriously going to lows we thought he wouldn’t go.

    Baxter: There is no conscience in him as that left me early on. By god I wish I could erase those memories of Stu whipping her with that steel chain.

    McDonald: Oh my god that sick bastard looks like he is going to back drop Gabrielle from the ring into that table.

    Baxter: DAMN IT NO!!!!!

    • Stu back body drops Gabrielle but she lands on her on the apron. Stu turns around and forearm smashes him in the face with her right arm. Stu is stunned as Gabrielle gets a front face lock on him. Gabrielle hits a suplex from the ring to the floor; sending Stu through a wooden table. Stu moans as he exhales. Gabrielle feels the recoil from her action. The referee begins to count both of them.

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    Five and Gabrielle is to her feet.
    Six

    • And Stu is up on one knee. Gabrielle gets behind Stu and hits a double lung blower on Stu. She hold her back as he feels the welts there. Gabrielle seeing a big video cord on the ground from production. She starts choking Stu with the cord. Stu gasps for air. She stops after thirty second. She walks around the corner and pulls off the padding from the floor exposing the cold concrete floor. Gabrielle walks back over as Stu has gotten up and is holding his neck trying to catch his breath. Gabrielle grabs Stu’s head and bangs it on the announce table. Stu’s head jerks back as Gabrielle grabs him again. She then smashes his head on the guard rail. Stu moans as Gabrielle the irish whips Stu into the ring apron. Stu moans in pain as Gabrielle walks up on to the announce table. Stu is laying flat on his back and Gabri3elle runs and hits a rolling senton on Stu. Gabrielle feels the recoil as he cringes in pain. She taps her right foot against the floor as the crowd is cheering loudly for her. Stu moans in pain. Gabrielle sits up holding her back and slowly reaches her right hand on the apron. She pulls herself up. The referee starts count Stu.
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    • Stu is up as Gabrielle grabs him and knees him in the stomach. She applies a hammer lock on his right arm and brings him over to the cold concrete floor. Gabrielle nails the hammerlock DDT she calls The Desecration DDT on Stu on the cold concrete floor. The crowd cannot believe it as Stu is motionless. The referee doesn’t seemed concerned as he is about to start the count.

    McDonald: That Desecration DDT on the cold floor has left The Snake motionless. Hope his career over from that move.

    Baxter: I agree McDonald but we cannot let out anger ruin our phenomenal announcing. That could be the knockout blow.

    McDonald: It very well could be especially given that the move was done on the cold concrete.

    Baxter: Come on let this be end of this match.

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    • And Stu has rolled and is standing on his right leg while he standing on the left knee. Stu looks absolutely dazed. Gabrielle grabs Stu and irish whips into the steel steps. The steel steps jerk as Stu‘s head lays against them. Gabrielle comes running as she looks to boot his head against the steel steps. She runs and at the last second Stu catches her with a drop toe hold and Gabrielle head bounces off the steel steps. Stu slowly in agony gets up. Gabrielle is stunned. The referee starts the count

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    • Gabrielle gets up and Stu gets behind her. Stu grabs her and hits a back head crash with Gabrielle’s head hitting his right knee. Gabrielle moans as Stu applies a reverse chin lock on her for fifty seconds and releases. Gabrielle slowly gets up and Stu grabs her by the head and smashes it against the guard rail. Gabrielle moans and Stu gets her in a russian legsweep position. He hits a russian legsweep against the guard rail. Stu’s face cringes as he feels the recoil while Gabrielle moans in pain. Stu slowly turns and barely pulls himself up using the guard rail. The referee starts the count.
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    • Point second before seven Gabrielle is up and Stu shakes his head. He walks over to the time keeper. He throws him off the steel chair. He fold the steel chair up and grabs another steel chair then, walks up behind Gabrielle. He sets up both the steel chairs. Gabrielle gets up with her back turned to Stu. She holds her back as she cringes her face. Stu grabs Gabrielle and hits a sidewalk slam on both steel chair that are back to back. The crowd boos as Gabrielle moans ins absolute agony She is holding her back. The referee begins the count.

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    • Gabrielle cringes as she is breathing heavily slowly getting up. The crowd cheers while Stu seems unimpressed. Stu grabs Gabrielle and irish whips her into the guard rail closest to the exposed cold concrete floor. Gabrielle cringes as she moans in pain leaning against the guard rail. Stu slowly walks over there holding his neck a bit. He grabs Gabrielle and sets her up for Damien’s Death Drop (Outsider’s Edge). The crowd is booing loudly for what they are seeing Stu do. Stu tries to lift her but Gabrielle blocks and tries to go for an atomic drop Stu cuts her off with a forearm smash to her back. Stu lifts her up and hits Damien’s Death Drop on the cold concrete floor. The crowd is stunned silent. The referee is sweating buckets and looks generally concerned for Gabrielle. The referee begins the count.

    McDonald: Referee stop the damn match. She is broken in half from that.

    Baxter: I said this match was a bad idea. If Gabrielle is alright she better stay down because she could be paralysed right in front of us.

    McDonald: I hope I do not see that happen. We better get emts down on the double. Even if this match is still happening she could be seriously injured.

    Baxter: Stay down Gabrielle if not for us do it for your daughter!

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    • Just before ten Gabrielle just less than a second before ten gets to her feet. She is in extreme amounts of pain. She is favoring her back slowly. Stu is surprised. Gabrielle leans against the apron. Stu comes running with a left arm clothesline but Gabrielle at the last second this him with a jumping heel kick. Stu falls as Gabrielle feels the recoil cringing her face favoring her back. She barely pulls herself up and noticed the fire extinguisher beside her hand in the ring. She grabs it as Stu is slowly getting up. She blasts Stu with the fire extinguisher. Stu is blinded for a moment while Gabrielle walks backwards slowly up the ramp way. Stu walks toward her trying to see through the spray. Gabrielle gets on the stage and blasts Stu with a little bit of spray from the fire extinguisher. She starts heading to the left part of the stage. Stu blindly follows. Gabrielle is four feet from the edge of the stage. Stu is heading her way. She sprays Stu with the fire extinguisher for a good twenty second. Stu doesn’t see where she is. Gabrielle turns and knocks Stu with a discus elbow smash. Stu drops to the ground cold. The referee begins the count.

    • However Gabrielle tells him not as she calls for the Carmel Coat DDT. The crowd erupts as Stu slowly gets up. Gabrielle goes for it but Stu blocks her with an atomic drop. Quickly Stu grabs her right arm and applies and arm wrench and hits an arm wrench short arm clothesline. Stu calls for the DDT. The crowd boos as Stu points to his head. Stu taps with his the tip of his boot to Gabrielle crimson covered face muttering ‘look at yourself’ with every tap. He taps her five time with the tip of his boot. Stu grabs Gabrielle going for the DDT but Gabrielle blocks it with a knee smashes to the gut. Gabrielle irish whips Stu away from her toward the entrance to the stage. Stu turns around huffing and puffing. Stu comes running at Gabrielle at the last second Gabrielle ducks. She backdrops Stu from the stage to the ground bellow the stage. The arena is chanting ‘Holy ****, Holy ****!’ Stu is motionless

    McDonald: Oh my god Gabrielle just back droped Stu off the stage.

    Baxter: Stu isn’t moving like he is down and out.

    McDonald: She said she could but she did what none of us think she can do.

    Baxter: That she did and come on referee start counting.

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    • Stu is still not moving
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    • Stu is still motionless

    Ten

    • The bell rings as The referee raises Gabrielle’s arm.

    Kurt Harrington: HERE IS YOUR WINNER ‘THE CARAMEL GODDESS’ GABRIELLE!!!!!

    • The arena erupts. Just seconds later the Gabriele is about to collapse from the pain of the match but is caught by Ashley O’Ryan. Ashley helps her to her feet and gives her balance. Gabrielle looks distraught and mouths something to Ash that we cannot pick. After that Ashley lets he go. Gabrielle barely walks to entrance tunnel. Ash walks over to the edge of the ramp. There is rage behind those eyes as he looks crushed. Aggression builds as he looks down at Stu bellow. Ash lets out a primal yell at the top of his lung in pure anger and frustration as Stu barely sits up.

    Winner: Gabrielle, 28 minutes



    Backstage, it's Ryan Rondo preparing for his upcoming FWA World Championship match, which needs no more context. Ryan Rondo is walking before being stopped in the back by Elaine Goldsmith, an FWA interviewer.

    Elaine Goldsmith: Ryan...

    Rondo stops and turns. These two's history is well documented throughout the years.


    Elaine Goldsmith: I know we've grown distant these past few months, but I want to put more effort in. The whole CWA thing just confused me. That wasn't you. This..this is you, Ryan.

    Rondo nods and smiles. Elaine smiles back.

    Elaine Goldsmith: And so you know...I think the FWA is ready to forgive. You're the Ryan Rondo we know and love. Good luck.

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    The arena suddenly goes dark. The only visible light eminates from the many smartphones being waved in the air. Confusion builds as nothing happens for several minutes. Just darkness and the eventual buzz created by fans. Even the announcers throw their hands in the air showcasing their own frustration at the delay. The arena continues to grow restless...


    Harry Baxter: Someone call Jimmy King and tell him to pay the damn power bill!

    Red spotlights begin racing through the crowd. From every direction at every speed, the lights blanket the audience in a perpetual hue. The lights are slowly drawn together and unify into one solid beam that begins spinning clockwise around the arena. As it makes its way around the arena it begins spinning faster and faster. Eventually the light is moving so quickly it's barely noticeable and practically disappears. Then it stops. The previously combined spotlights slowly fragment and begin rotating back toward the entrance ramp. Slowly but surely they bend and twist towards the ramp. Multiple beams again combine to form a solid edge, followed by another grouping doing the same. Two more groups of beams line up together and come to rest, side by side, with the rest of these mysterious lights to form a single shape. A solid, red diamond in the middle of the stage.

    Langdon Trafford:
    The red diamond! It's back!

    Piers Gallagher: It usually targets some of the veterans. Stu "The Snake" St. Clair. Ashley 'O Ryan. Gabrielle Montgomery. Thomas Princeton. None of those guys are in the ring right now, though.


    The crowd begins chattering once again as something begins falling from the sky. Sections pop hoping that money is being dropped from the ceiling but are disappointed as the objects begin fluttering to the floor. Poker cards. Thousands of poker cards continue raining from the ceiling until the sky seemingly runs dry. As the camera begins panning around the dimly lit arena, every card being held by a fan or laying on the ground has one thing in common: It's the same card. Each of the thousands upon thousands of cards that drifted through the air and fell to the concrete below are identical. All the same.
    The Jack of Diamonds.




    Sam McDonald: That....the cards. Guys...GUYS!!!

    The arena is still faintly lit by the red diamond the ramp. Through the darkness a figure can be slowly walking through the entrance before taking their place in the middle of the red diamond. They have their head hung low, hiding their face, but they're wearing a dark red suit with a matching bowler hat. Long, blond hair hangs from beneath the hat.
    Sections of the crowd pop loudly while others remain silent. The figure remains still inside the diamond without moving an inch. As "Last of My Kind" continues blaring through the speakers, the figure dressed in red slowly looks up and into the camera nestled directly on him. He smiles.


    Langdon Trafford: Oh my, God!! Is that!? There's no way!!

    Piers Gallagher: Who else could it be!? The red lights, the diamond, the cards falling from the ceiling. It's him, you idiot! It's Jack of Diamonds!!

    Jack begins walking to the ring as the diamond he was standing in fragments yet again and begins spinning around the arena. Instead of solid red lights this time, however, the lights are slowly spinning around the audience in the shape of a red diamond.

    LT: This is unbelievable! Jack of Diamonds hasn't been seen in an FWA ring since 2007! What is he doing here!? Why...why is he here!?

    PG: Seven years later and he still looks good in a suit!

    Jack has made his way up the stairs and into the ring. He stares around the arena slowly, soaking up his surroundings. A large percentage of the fanbase clearly remember this man but there are also many that remain clueless. Loud "J.O.D." chants can be heard throughout the arena. The music cuts out but the lights continue spinning. The crowd continues chanting.

    "J.O.D., J.O.D."

    The arena lights flash back on and Jack can be seen clearly now. His red suit, custom-tailored and expertly fit, clings to his athletic build perfectly. His blond hair sways as he cocks his head left-to-right. An intense, deductive look paints his face. Once he's taken everything in to his liking, Jack walks to the corner and retrieves a microphone. He slowly paces back into the middle of the ring as the crowd continues to chant.

    "J.O.D., J.O.D."

    LT: I never thought I'd see Jack of Diamonds in an FWA ring again! But here we are! Red, White and Bruised 2014! Wow!

    PG: Shut up you idiot he's about to speak!
    Jack stops in the center of the ring, his head slightly tilt. He raises the microphone to his mouth and begins speaking slowly.

    Jack of Diamonds: So this is the FWA?

    Jack raises his free hand to his face and begins itching his chin. A confused look is born.

    Jack of Diamonds: This...is the FWA?

    Jack raises his hand one more time and begins waving off his own question.

    Jack of Diamonds: (laughs) This is the FWA.

    Jack reluctantly nods his head.

    Jack of Diamonds: You'll have to pardon my manners, I know it's been a long time since I've been here. But the sign out front said FWA. The opening signature said FWA. The logo on the live feed says FWA. So if everything...and everybody...says that this is the FWA. If this looks like the FWA then why doesn't it FEEL like the FWA?

    Jack's once playful mannerisms have slowly turned to clear frustration.

    Jack of Diamonds: This place doesn't feel like the FWA. It doesn't sound like the FWA. So where does this company get off calling itself..the F...W......A?
    And yeah, yeah...I know I haven't been around for seven years. I know that I walked away from this company not once, but twice. I know that people might not like me being so honest since I haven't been here for so long but I'm here now. And I've got a lot to say.


    Jack begins pacing around the ring again as a few J.O.D. chants kick back up. These fans have obviously been longtime fans. Jack is also greeted by a chorus of boos, perhaps from the newer wave of FWA diehards.

    Jack of Diamonds: See I've been watching for a long time. I might not have been on the payroll but I've been watching the shows, I've been reading the dirt sheets and listening to the podcasts. I've been keeping my eye on the FWA because I grew up here. For those of you that don't know me, and I'm sure there's plenty in the crowd and even more in the locker room right now...let me explain who I am.
    I...am Jack of Diamonds. I am an FWA Original. I was on the very first Fight Night way back in 2005. At the ripe age of just 18 I competed in the over-the-top-rope battle royale that crowned Fred-Ex as the first FWA Champion in history. I made it to the final five, actually. I was the second person in the history of this company to win the North American Championship. I was here in the beginning. And I watched this place go from a throwaway nothing company to one of the best things in the industry. But along the way I discovered that great things truly never last. I walked away in 2006 because of injury. I was young and I didn't want to throw my life away so quickly. Some called it cowardice and being weak; I called it intelligence and being wise.

    A year went by. No matches, no television time. I kept watching from home and I kept getting the itch to come back. And the thing about itches is that they need scratchin'. So I came back in 2007. I came back and was dedicated to the company and to the craft that is professional wrestling and I was ready to prove how great Jack of Diamonds truly is....and then I walked away again.


    The crowd lets out a cocktail of cheers and jeers.


    Jack of Diamonds: You either understand my reasoning or you don't. I'm not here to change your mind about me. I walked away twice and I'll probably do it again. But for now? I'm here. And I have a problem with a couple things, you know that? What happened to the competition? That was the best thing about the FWA, that's what made it so great. It looks to me like people are more worried about "shooting" on the roster and less interested in showing up for their damn matches. I've heard people say the reigning champion is undeserving but no one can seem to beat him. The only thing Shane McLean doesn't deserve is Diamonds in his name.

    Jack looks into the camera and winks.

    Jack of Diamonds: The bitching and the moaning. That's not professinal wrestling. That's not what people pay to see. That's not the FWA. You can bark at the moon and cut promos on perceived backstage politics or you can be a man and take that frustration out in the ring. You can say and do whatever you want but if you don't win then no one gives a damn.
    That's..why I'm back. That's why, seven years later, I decided to lace up the boots again. Because I hate that the W in this company's name doesn't stand for Wrestling anymore. It's been replaced with Whining. And there's all this talk that the Old Era has given way to the New Era. The new breed of competitors have wiped out the old guard. New faces are on the rise while old faces are on the mend. It's real exciting stuff, let me tell ya, but it's not quite accurate.

    You see....the Old Era hasn't passed. No, the Old Era has come back. The Original Era. I am Jack of Diamonds and I am the Last of My Kind. And I'm not here to make friends. And I have a message for every single person in the back right now.


    Jack lowers head and slowly walks up to the camera for a self-imposed close-up.

    Jack of Diamonds: You reside in the house that Jack built. And I'm back. To tear...it.....down.

    "Last of My Kind" begins playing again as Jack drops his microphone and continues glaring into the camera. He saunters backward and makes his way out of the ring as the red diamonds return, flying around the arena.


    PG:
    Look at that, Langdon! An FWA Original!

    LT:
    He might be an FWA Original but he had some pretty strong words for the current FWA roster. I wonder what Jack's return and his choice of words will have in store.

    PG: Who the Hell cares!? Jack is back, baby!

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    Langdon Trafford: Now things get exciting...It's our main event here at the Wells Fargo Center as Shane McLean defends his FWA World Heavywight Championship against two difficult opponents in Ryan Rondo and Phillip A. Jackson


    Piers Gallagher: It will be difficult for Shane but nothing about his reign so far has been easy. Winning the title against five opponents, then defending it against five opponents. This is no easy test either. Ryan Rondo has been on fire and Phillip A. Jackson is ALWAYS within striking distance.


    Harry Baxter: That's why this company is so great. Three guys who have fought their way to the top despite everyone trying to stop them. The future is truly here in FWA.


    Langdon Trafford: I agree. This match is unpredictable. We could be in for a long night because none of these men will want to lose this match.


    The bell dings and we cut back to the ring. Kurt Harrington is stood in the ring.


    Kurt Harrington: The following Triple Threat contest is scheduled for one fall and is for...THE FWA WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP...Introducing first...


    "Just Close Your Eyes" hits and the fans cheer as Ryan Rondo steps out from behind the curtain.



    Harrington: The challengers....Weighing in tonight at One Hundred and Ninety Five Pounds, “The Amazing One” Ryan Rondo!


    Rondo poses and walks down the ramp with confidence. Rondo high fives fans sat next to the ramp and slides into the ring. Rondo paces around the ring before jumping up onto the top turnbuckle and taunts as the fans cheer again.


    Harrington: Introducing next...


    "I Am" hits and the fans boo loudly as Phillip A. Jackson arrogantly steps through the curtain staring at Ryan Rondo.


    Harrington: From Bristol, England now residing in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Weighing in tonight at Two Hundred and Twenty Five Pounds...'The Reborn' Phillip A. Jackson


    Jackson walks down the ramp slowly, not breaking eye contact with Rondo. Jackson gets to the bottom of the ramp and makes the belt taunt to Rondo. Jackson jumps up onto the apron and climbs into the ring.


    Harrington: And finally...The champion...


    The fans are already up on their feet, cheering as Jump hits...The arena explodes for the FWA World Heavyweight champion, Shane McLean, as he steps out onto the stage with the Title on his waist.



    Harrington: From Glasgow, Scotland, Weighing in at Two Hundred and Thirty Pounds, He is the FWA World Heavyweight Champion, “The Ace of Diamonds” Shane McLean.


    Shane has lots of energy and is smiling as he walks down the ramp. Shane high fives the fans and from a run slides into the ring under the bottom rope. Shane takes off the belt and holds it over his head looking at both his opponents. Shane hands it off to the referee who shows all three men the belt and holds it up as Kurt Harrington leaves the ring. The bell rings and we are under way. The Three men look at each other. The crowd inside Wells Fargo is thunderous. Boos for Jackson and Cheers for Shane and Rondo. The three continue to stare down in the ring, no-one giving anything away.


    Langdon Trafford: The roof is about to come off this place as our main event gets under way.




    Main Event
    FWA World Heavyweight Championship


    Shane McLean (C) Vs Ryan Rondo Vs Phillip A. Jackson



    The three men walk toward the centre of the ring Shane and Rondo look at each other then turn to Jackson. Shane and Rondo both hit Jackson square in the jaw. Sending Jackson backwards into the turnbuckle. Shane clotheslines Jackson in the corner and Rondo follows suit sending Jackson to the canvas.


    Piers Gallagher: Shane and Rondo are taking out Jackson, neither of them wanted him in the match to being with.


    Shane walks over Jackson once and drops an elbow. Rondo comes off the ropes and baseball slides Jackson out of the ring. Before Rondo can get up Shane has pounced. Shane stomps Rondo's knee. Shane pulls Rondo up and whips him off the ropes and into a back elbow to the nose. Rondo staggers backwards and Shane hits a Superkick into the chest. Before Shane can get any further he is dragged down to the canvas and pulled out of the ring by Jackson. Jackson throws him hard into the security barrier and kicks away viciously at Shane who does his best to cover up. Jackson doesn't see it.


    Harry Baxter: Rondo is on the top rope and he is eyeing up Phillip A. Jackson


    Jackson eases off on the kicking and turns around as Rondo flies off the top rope and hits a corkscrew crossbody to the outside landing perfectly on Jackson. Rondo is quickly back up and soaks in the admiration from the crowd. Rondo brings Jackson to his feet and throws him into the steel ringpost shoulder first. Jackson clips the ringpost and rolls to the floor. Rondo tosses Jackson back into the ring and turns to look at Shane. Rondo charges Shane as he gets to his feet with a dropkick and Shane rolls over the security barrier and into the crowd. Rondo rolls into the ring to refocus his attention on Jackson. Jackson is crawling to his feet but Rondo is pouncing. Rondo throws Jackson with a Northern Lights Suplex into the first pin attempt of the match 1...2...Jackson kicks out comfortably before 3.


    Piers Gallagher: That is a situation in which Shane WOULDNT be happy to lose his title. Just as a reminder Shane doesn't have to be pinned to lose tonight.


    Shane is back over the barrier and working his way to the ring. Rondo brings Jackson up and whips him into the corner. Rondo charges with a splash from the opposite turnbuckle but Jackson manages to get out of the way by moving off to the side. Rondo turns around and blocks a PAJle. Jackson lands on his feet. Shane rolls into the ring. Jackson dropkicks Rondo in the knee and then as he turns hits an enziguri on Shane McLean. Jackson lands on his feet and taunts Shane and Rondo. Rondo gets up onto his feet but Jackson picks him up into a fireman's carry and drops him with a Samoan Drop. Jackson whips Shane into the turnbuckle. Jackson runs over and then jumps up onto the turnbuckle to monkey flip Shane but Shane instinctively reverses it and Powerbombs Jackson to the canvas with force. Shane goes for a cover but Jackson rolls up Shane and holds onto his tights 1...2...Rondo breaks up the pin. Jackson is up quickly and is met by a Sleeper backbreaker from Rondo. Rondo wants to take control again. Rondo goes for a jumping knee drop onto Shane who rolls out of the way and now has an area to target as Rondo lands heavily on his knee. Shane wraps Rondo's legs into a Figure 4 and into The Thistle. Jackson is crawling to the ropes to get himself up. Rondo is struggling and looking like he is about to tap.


    Langdon Trafford: Shane could find a way to win again. He has Rondo on the verge but Phillip A. Jackson is getting to his feet.


    Jackson climbs out onto the apron and springboards off the ropes with a moonsault landing on Shane McLean releasing the hold. Rondo rolls out of the ring to recover holding his knee. Jackson kips up as does Shane at the same time and they shoulder block each other in mid air from the kip up. The two men are very similar in height and weight so neither man gains benefit. The pair land on their feet in the middle of the ring and Shane hits Jackson in the face and they start trading blows in the middle of the ring as the fans cheer and boo dependent on who is punching who. Jackson manages to gain an advantage and whips Shane off the ropes and attempts a clothesline but Shane ducks underneath it and clotheslines Jackson as he turns around. Jackson falls to the canvas. Rondo slides back into the ring after recovering and nails Shane with a roundhouse kick to the back of the head. Rondo locks Shane in with the Muta lock. Shane grabs at Rondo's arms trying to loosen his grip. Rondo has it locked it and is really pulling back on Shane. Jackson isn't in the ring but Jackson is at ringside and is grabbing for something. Jackson walks back to the ring with a chair


    Langdon Trafford: Jackson has a chair


    Piers Gallagher: There is no disqualification in a Triple Threat Match.


    Jackson stands over Rondo and smashes his with the chair to the stomach of Rondo. Jackson stands in the corner waiting for either Shane or Rondo to get to their feet. Shane is first to his feet and Jackson nails Shane with his Super Kick finisher. Jackson smirks and covers 1...2....Shane kicks out keeping the match alive. Jackson covers him again 1...2..Shane kicks out much quicker this time. Jackson argues with the referee that it was three but the referee stands his ground and says it was 2. Rondo crawls to the chair and picks it up. Jackson walks over to Rondo and brings him to his feet but it met with a face full of chair.


    Harry Baxter: Jackson's master plan has failed as he eats a steel chair.


    Rondo gets to his feet and covers Jackson 1...2...Jackson gets his shoulder up as Shane dives to break up the pin. Rondo picks up Shane and whips him into the corner. Rondo puts Shane onto the top rope and puts him in place for a superplex. Shane tries to hit Rondo down. Rondo falls off but lands on his feet and puts him back in place. Out of nowhere Jackson gets underneath Rondo for a powerbomb. Jackson powerbombs Rondo sending Shane flying across the ring from the superplex. Shane lands on the chair that has been lying in the ring and is out cold in the ring. Rondo is down but not out. Jackson is still feeling the effects from the chair to the face. Jackson crawls over to Rondo and puts his arm over him 1...2....Rondo kicks out. Jackson crawls over towards Shane who is still out...Jackson is about to cover Shane but Rondo pulls Jackson back. Jackson kicks at Rondo but Rondo manages to use the rope and throws Jackson out of the ring and to the floor. Rondo gets to his feet and stalks Shane as the crowd rise to their feet. Rondo brings up Shane and puts him in position for the R2R and Jackson slides back into the ring. Rondo hits the R2R unaware of who is behind him. Rondo walks into a superkick from Jackson. Jackson brings Rondo to his feet and tosses him out of the ring. Jackson climbs to the top rope and points to the skies and nails a vicious Amazing Splash and covers Shane McLean with both legs hooked 1...2...3...


    The referee calls for the bell and the fans boo loudly.


    Kurt Harrington: HERE IS YOUR WINNNER AND NEW FWA WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION, PHILLIP A. JACKSONNNNN


    "I Am" hits and the fans boo loudly as the referee collects the belt from ringside.


    Langdon Trafford: This young man's journey has been nothing short of spectacular and we have a NEW FWA World Heavyweight Champion.


    Piers Gallagher: He has silenced all his critics and stands before us as a very deserving champion.


    The referee hands Phillip A. Jackson the FWA World Heavywight Championship belt and Jackson is on his knees looking at it. Jackson smiles as a tear rolls down his face. Jackson gets to his feet and holds the belt high. Fireworks go off in the rafters and confetti falls from the rafters over the new champion and his two fallen opponents. Rondo sits at ringside knowing how close he was.


    Harry Baxter: Phillip A. Jackson will know exactly how Ryan Rondo feels right now. Phillip A. Jackson was inches away from being FWA World Champion, 1 month ago at Aftershock.


    Jackson holds the belt high in the air the biggest, cockiest smirk that we have ever seen on his face. Jackson continues to hold up the FWA World Heavyweight Championship.


    Langdon Trafford: That will signal an epic Red, White and Bruised. We have a New World Heavyweight Champion, we will see you for Fight Night.


    Red, White and Bruised fades.
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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 - "Thrice as Nice"

    Yes, you read that correct. Jack of Diamonds is back.
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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    *Facepalm @ self*

    Why did I not think JoD when all that stuff was going on?





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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    Congrats to everyone who promo'd. This was a show I wanted to hate because of qusitionable booking, zero enthusiasm from the writers angles going into the event, and the fact that so many of us no showed. I wanted to hate this show because of all those things it had against it.

    But all that was counteracted by two big pluses.

    1. TGO and the mods took chicken shit and turned it into chicken salad. Great writing, nice consistent pace, just a well put together show all around.

    2. PAJ has arrived! It's been a long time coming and I want to be the first here to congratulate you. The return of Jack of Diamonds is cool, but let's not overlook possibly the biggest moment of the year, PAJ, a 5 year FWA veteran who has had the most perfectly paced career I've seen in a while. A slow burn build to you becoming a Triple Crown champion. Just a great moment in FWA history and definitely the stand out moment of the show by far.





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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    Congratulations to all those who won and especially to PAJ, it's well deserved! Obviously disappointed to lose but that's life and it just adds fuel to the fire, hopefully there is a next time!


    Looking forward to the next fight night, the fallout should be damn interesting...


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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jiggy View Post
    2. PAJ has arrived! It's been a long time coming and I want to be the first here to congratulate you. The return of Jack of Diamonds is cool, but let's not overlook possibly the biggest moment of the year, PAJ, a 5 year FWA veteran who has had the most perfectly paced career I've seen in a while. A slow burn build to you becoming a Triple Crown champion. Just a great moment in FWA history and definitely the stand out moment of the show by far.
    Thanks, you've been a big part in getting me this far.

    I almost didn't make it this far, The Syndicate pushed me up to the level I needed and gave me confidence but then I almost quit around Back in Business because the losses got too much and I was frustrated. I am glad I pushed through it though with the help of TGO believing in me.

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    Congratulations to all those who won and especially to PAJ, it's well deserved! Obviously disappointed to lose but that's life and it just adds fuel to the fire, hopefully there is a next time!
    Thanks Shake, Considering how close it was in the grading, I hope there is a next time too.

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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    There is no greater WWE doppledanger to PAJ than Triple H.






    So, uh, we are expecting a double-digit number of World titles.

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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    Big congrats to PAJ for winning the big one. And congrats to iMatt for retaining with Sally.

    Great to have JOD back and the red diamond seems obvious now.

    Its been great feuding with you Stu, I've long felt the one thing Gabby lacks or all of my characters lack really is a great feud or two. This was one me, you and Ryan could really sink our teeth into and have alot of fun with.


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    So damn happy for you PAJ, it's been a long time coming :D

    But you'll have Rondo hot on your heels, so I expect things are just going to get cranked up another notch.
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    Congrats PAJ!

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    I just noticed that the main event was Scotland vs England. And Scotland lost. As always. Is this the first time a PPV has been headlined by all European RPers ?


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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    Really proud of PAJ, that was an awesome job you did on your promo (and a shout out to the other two as well) and you really deserved/earned this. As mentioned above, PAJ has really had the perfect slow burn career.

    As congrats on Gryphon for probably the biggest win of his career. I would love to see this character in the main event moving forward.

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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    Congrats to all the winners in particular PAJ who has come a long way to win that title!

    Gryphon is really on the up and up as well.

    And to Beatrixx I am sure this is far from the last time we will be in the ring against each other, you've got the makings of greatness in ya'.....yes I stole that line from the Disney film "Treasure Planet"

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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    wow big win for jg over hall. cheers to you ete i have had fun and my pleasure. congrats to paj on the big title win. wb jod
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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage_Animal View Post
    wow big win for jg over hall. cheers to you ete i have had fun and my pleasure. congrats to paj on the big title win. wb jod
    And great job with the match write up as well Stu, was a fun back and forth read.


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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    Congratulation to PAJ on a World Title win that is a long time coming! Hopefully Jason Gryphon vs PAJ for the World Title can happen soon.


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    Re: Red, White and Bruised 2014 results - "Thrice as Nice"

    I came back to check out FWA for two things: I saw Jennifer Sky returned and OMFG JACK OF DIAMONDS ACTUALLY CAME BACK! And congrats to PAJ on the world title win! Isn't it funny that we started out in FWA together back in 2007 and 7 years later, you're world champion after owning the other place. Great job man, you deserve it!

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