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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    As always, I appreciate the feedback JayWhy. Regarding the finish to the main event, I initially planned on having a match in between Rhino/RVD and Lynn/Credible. Once I decided on the finish though, they had to back to back. The reason why Spike wouldn't appear is because, as the authority figure, he'd be to busy dealing with the fact that RVD may have just broken his neck.

    There is also an explanation from Credible in a future promo as to why he just wouldn't walk out during the match. Really glad you enjoyed the show though.

    Here is some news and notes summarizing some of what may/may not occur throughout the next month. The next post I make in this thread will be a new show.

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    ECW News and Notes


    - Paul Heyman and company at ECW are reportedly pretty pleased with the way Anarchy Rulz came across last night. The two main events especially delivered but on top of that the pay per view buy rate was one of the highest in recent times for the financially unstable company. With ECW’s deal with TNN coming to an end, there was a worry from within the company that no pay per view hosts would want to deal with ECW events anymore. There are common thoughts that no television time would mean a lack of audience interested in buying the pay per view. Whilst this still may be the case, with the reaction to last night’s pay per view and the momentum ECW currently has on screen, the pay per view hosts have confirmed they will at least be sticking with the company until the end of the year. This means the tentatively scheduled Massacre On 34th Street (December 3rd) and November To Remember (November 5th) will be taking place.

    - There is one more episode of ECW on TNN and one more episode of ECW Hardcore TV scheduled to air this coming week based off of the last TNN television tapings. Paul Heyman has made it clear on numerous occasions that he is furious with the way TNN have dealt with his company. Considering their deal is up and they can no longer be cancelled, the chances are pretty high that ECW could deliberately put on shows that don’t contain too much new content. As of a matter fact, this was admitted onscreen last week by ECW’s play by play commentator Joey Styles.

    - Creative are said to be a little concerned on hot shotting certain angles, as now they will only be dealing with one hour worth of programming a week rather than two. Not only this, but there are two pay per views coming up within the next two months, which means they will only have half the amount of shows to build the next two pay per views compared to what they had for Anarchy Rulz.

    - November To Remember is historically known as ECW’s biggest extravaganza of the year. This year is set to be no different, however unfortunately two of ECW’s biggest names will not be appearing at the pay per view. The first is Tommy Dreamer who still hasn’t recovered from his arm injury he received a few weeks ago. ECW officials were hopeful that Dreamer would be able to make it back for the pay per view but it now seems certain that he won’t be. The other big name that won’t be appearing on television over the next month is arguably ECW’s most popular wrestler, Rob Van Dam. Van Dam has had some niggling injuries over the better part of two years and ECW decided to write him off screen to give him some more time to heal. It has also been reported that the World Wrestling Federation are showing strong interest in Van Dam. Our sources who are close to Van Dam have said he has considered moving to the bigger company for better money and less stress on the body, so ECW are hoping giving him this time off will compensate for that.

    - One man who made his return before Anarchy Rulz and has been cleared to compete full time is New Jack. New Jack is expected to be an integral part of programming heading into the new year. There are a few other names being mentioned to potentially return to ECW, two being female valets and the other being an international wrestler.






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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    As mentioned in my news and notes, pretty uneventful show as Heyman is holding a grudge against The Network, as well as the fact that ECW never really aired any new in ring content the night after a PPV. This is the last episode of ECW On TNN though.

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    ECW On TNN

    06-10-2000

    St. Paul, Minnesota


    The show opens up with a video recap of the main event of last week’s Anarchy Rulz...

    ***


    The video plays showing highlights of the ECW Championship match between the champion JUSTIN CREDIBLE and the challenger JERRY LYNN. We see multiple highlights before the video really focuses on the ending showing Lynn is able to fight out of the That’s Incredible, lands behind Credible and nails a Bridging German Suplex! Lynn hits his head on the ECW Championship laying in the ring and loses the bridge, but the referee counts the pin and Lynn’s hometown team goes crazy as they believe Jerry Lynn has finally become the ECW Champion.


    Lynn has a look of jubilation on his face as he celebrates until the referee has the ring announcer inform everybody that Lynn’s shoulders were also on the mat so the match ruling is a draw. Jerry looks heartbroken as he is forced to give the referee the title and Credible immediately snatches it and leaves with FRANCINE. The referee then orders for the match to be continued but Credible refuses to return, instead just heading to the back. The pay per view then heads off the air with Lynn and his hometown fans being devastated at the fact that Jerry Lynn is still not the ECW Champion.


    ***


    Once the video is finished, we head to the back where ‘The Voice Of ECW’ Joey Styles is standing by. Joey has a slightly shocked look on his face, shaking his head having just seen the same video everybody else has, before he straightens up his jacket and begins to speak.

    Joey Styles: Welcome to ECW On TNN! I’m Joey Styles and I just want to take this time to recap the history making moment we witnessed last weekend at ECW Anarchy Rulz. Last weekend was the first time in ECW history that a big time main event ECW Championship match has ended in a draw.

    Styles pauses, still looking concerned before he continues.

    Joey Styles: I’ve seen some damndest things in my times in ECW and I’ve also seen some tremendous feats. I called Shane Douglas going sixty minutes with Sabu and Terry Funk and then another forty five minutes with Tully Blanchard for crying out loud...

    A pop can be heard inside the arena for the epic memories as Styles nods for a moment, acknowledging the reaction but remaining deadly serious.

    Joey Styles: But the one thing that I had never seen, until last weekend, was a double pin occurring and then the champion tucked his tail between his legs and outright LEFT the fans high and dry instead of restarting the match.

    Joey shakes his head, almost looking disgusted for the company he loves to have a champion who isn’t classified as a ‘fighting champion’.

    Joey Styles: As we all know throughout ECW’s proud history, we’ve had numerous moments where the proverbial line has been crossed...

    Another pop for the epic line has been crossed reference. Styles is forced to pause due to the ovation and he nods along with it, appreciating the fans respect.

    Joey Styles: But I’d like to apologise to each and every fan that was at the arena last weekend, and to every fan who spent their hard earned money on the pay per view, because last weekend, Justin Credible crossed the line in a completely different way.

    Joey again looks disgusted in Credible’s actions, before trying to become a little more upbeat.

    Joey Styles: Despite the disappointment of last weekend, the show must go on and Justin Credible is still the ECW Champion. After defeating CW Anderson last weekend, this means that The Network’s Steve Corino is the rightful number one contender to the ECW Championship!

    Massive amount of heat from the St. Paul crowd forces Styles to stop speaking for a moment.

    Joey Styles: But after last weekend, in my opinion, surely Jerry Lynn has a legitimate claim to a rematch.

    Big time pop this time from Lynn’s hometown crowd.

    Joey Styles: Now onto the action scheduled for tonight’s show...

    Joey actually gets a bit of a stern look on his face now as he looks directly into the camera.

    Joey Styles: We will have one new match for everybody to see...

    Mixed reaction from the fans as Joey now has a smug smirk on his face.

    Joey Styles: But that’s all this shitty Network gets. It’s more than what this shitty Network deserves!

    Epic pop and some “JOEY”, “JOEY”, “JOEY” chants from the crowd as Styles has a passionate look on his face, ripping into TNN for the umpteenth time.

    Joey Styles: And after tonight, be sure to tune in tomorrow night and onwards on Hardcore TV for shows jam packed with new action.

    The fans cheer a little more for Styles despite the fact they are probably getting ripped off in terms of the action they’ll see tonight. Joey then motions to the camera that he’s finished his monologue and we cut back to ringside...

    ...

    We now see a detailed video package, highlighting all of the main occurrences which took place on last weekend’s Anarchy Rulz...

    ***


    The first group of highlights we see are from the tag team Three Way Dance which opened up the show. CHRISTIAN YORK is able to roll up CHRIS HAMRICK to eliminate Hamrick and JULIO DINERO. The match continues for another seven minutes until DANNY DORING and ROADKILL are able to hit York with the Buggy Bang and pin him, eliminating York and JOEY MATTHEWS and winning the match in the process.


    After the match, Doring and Roadkill’s celebration is cut short as JOHNNY SWINGER and SIMON DIAMOND clear the ring of Roadkill and drop Doring with the Snapshot before signalling for the ECW Tag Team Titles.


    Next up, CYRUS is out to the ring, insulting ECW and putting over The Network, before goading JOEL GERTNER into coming to the ring. Cyrus goes on a tirade, calling him a “fat ****** bitch”, a “bitch” and a “fat prick”, however just as Gertner looks set to violent, Cyrus changes his tune. The leader of The Network claims that Gertner is dumb if he thinks he can touch Cyrus, and Cyrus’ back up come out, which consists of EZ MONEY, CHRIS HAMRICK, ELEKTRA and JULIO DINERO, collectively known as HOT COMMODITY. The quarter corner the scared Gertner, much to Cyrus’ delight until the Commissioner of Extreme Championship Wrestling, SPIKE DUDLEY interrupts. Spike claims that he has more power than Cyrus right now because the pay per view doesn’t air on The Network. Spike then says if EZ Money wins the next match, Cyrus and Gertner won’t happen, but if EZ loses, the match takes place.


    KID KASH comes down and the match takes place. Spike Dudley is able to keep the rest of Hot Commodity at bay on the outside and Kid Kash is able to reverse a Powerbomb off of the top rope into a Super Hurricanrana about nine and a half minutes in.


    Hamrick and Dinero attack Kash post match, beating him down until Spike Dudley makes the save. EZ Money recovers and attacks Spike from behind before putting Spike’s injured leg into the Figure Four Leg Lock! Things look pretty sombre until THE SANDMAN shows up and clears the ring of Hot Commodity, including holding Elektra by the hair and allowing Gertner to motor boat her.


    Once all of Hot Commodity is taken care of, The Sandman throws Cyrus into the ring. Cyrus actually uses Karate Kicks to keep Gertner at bay, until The Sandman spits beer into his face and after two and a half minutes, Gertner wins with an ugly looking School Boy!


    We then get our first REALLY brutal match of the night which sees BALLS MAHONEY go one on one with PIERRE CARL OULETTE. The two battle inside and outside of the ring until after ten minutes, Le Cannonball through a table is enough to give PCO the victory.


    Back up at the Eagle’s next, JOEY STYLES and JOEL GERTNER are still in celebration mode, until LOU E. DANGEROUSLY sneaks up from behind and breaks his cell phone over the head of Gertner. As EMT’s rush out to check on the unconscious Gertner, Styles and Lou E. are held apart by security.


    A few segments later Joey Styles has settled back down and is ready to call the rest of the pay per view by himself, until CYRUS shows up with a smug look on his face. The two immediately bicker as Cyrus announces he will be on commentary for the rest of the night.


    In what was match of the night so far, CW ANDERSON and STEVE CORINO, as always accompanied by JACK VICTORY, battled it out to determine who will be the new number one contender for the ECW Championship. About thirteen minutes in, thanks to a second Old School Kick, and with no outside interference, Steve Corino was able to gain the victory.


    One match that was plagued with interference was the ECW World Tag Team Championship match. Members of THE FULL BLOODED ITALIANS, LITTLE GUIDO and TONY MAMALUKE, accompanied by SAL E. GRAZIANO and SCOTTY ANTON successfully defended against THE UNHOLY ALLIANCE! MIKEY WHIPWRECK and YOSHIRO TAJIRI did their best, gaining several near falls, but even with THE SINISTER MINISTER at ringside, the numbers game was too much for them to overcome. Guido was eventually able to nail Mikey with one of the titles before putting him away with the Last Kiss!


    Arguably the most personal match of the night saw RHINO defend his ECW Television Championship by ROB VAN DAM, accompanied by BILL ALFONSO. The match is back and forth with some incredible spots, until RVD looks set to pick up the win after nailing the Five Star Frog Splash, but The Network employed referee DANNY DANIELS interrupts the three count and knocks out the match referee. Van Dam turns his attention to Daniels which allows Rhino to regain the advantage and get a near fall after a low blow and a Piledriver. RVD eventually regains control but missed a Van Daminator from the top rope, which allows Rhino to Piledriver RVD off of the apron and through a table set up on the outside. The TV Champion then drags RVD’s lifeless body into the ring and makes the cover to retain his title.


    After the match, everybody is in a state of shock as RVD is stretchered out of the arena for the first time ever on pay per view.


    The main event sees JUSTIN CREDIBLE, accompanied by his girlfriend FRANCINE defending his ECW Championship against the hometown hero JERRY LYNN. This match, much like the last, is very up and down with both men looking dominant at different times. The referee takes a bump thanks to an errant title shot from Credible, which causes The Network referee DANNY DANIELS to stick his nose in another match. Lynn looks set to nail Credible with the Cradle Piledriver but Daniels tries to pull Lynn off, so Lynn drops him with the Cradle Piledriver instead. A new referee sprints down to the ring and a few minutes later, the ending comes about when Lynn lands a German Suplex, but hits his head on the title and loses his bridge, but still holds onto Credible. The referee ends up counting both men’s shoulders down for the count of three and the match results in a draw.


    After the match, the referee looks set to restart the match but Credible and Francine just leave, meaning for the first time in ECW’ s history, an ECW Championship match ended as a draw without a restart. The final shots we get in the video are of a distraught Jerry Lynn inside the ring.


    ***


    After the overly long video package, just placed there to piss off The Network one final time, we return to ringside. “Sad But True” by Metallica hits and there’s little to no reaction except for some generic heat because nobody cares about the fact that Bilvis Wesley is making his way to the ring, accompanied by The Prodigy and The Prodigette. Bilvis gets to the ring pretty quickly and raises his arms above his head, once again, not getting much of a reaction. “Intergalactic” by The Beastie Boys hits next and there’s a DAMN LOUD pop as long time crowd favourite Nova struts through the curtain. Nova acknowledges the cheers from the crowd, a smile on his face, however once he gets inside the ring; he’s all business, knowing he has an opponent inside the ring as well as others outside the ring.

    Match One
    Bilvis Wesley vs. Nova w/The Prodigy and The Prodigette

    The match goes longer than it really should have, and to be completely honest, almost as if just to annoy The Network, the match is far from something to write home about. Surprisingly there is no interference from the two on the outside, and NOVA IS EVENTUALLY ABLE TO LAND THE KRYPTONITE KRUNCH AND HOOK THE LEG...1...2...3!!!

    Winner – Nova @ 5:46

    After the match, Wesley rolls to the outside to be looked after by his friends, as Nova gets up and has his hand risen by the referee.

    The fans cheer happily as Nova takes a few deep breaths now, seemingly relieved to be back on the winners list.

    Nova continues to celebrate when all of a sudden; heat can be heard from the fans as CHRIS CHETTI... SPRINTS DOWN THE RAMP AND SLIDES INTO THE RING!!!

    Nova turns to meet him... AND THE TWO BEGIN TRADING RIGHT HANDS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE RING!!!

    Rights, now lefts, both men are throwing wild haymakers and Nova looks set to gain the advantage, landing a few blows in a row until Chetti rakes the eyes.

    Nova staggers around blindly and this allows Chetti to ram his head into the turnbuckle and continue his assault in the corner.

    There’s some heat from the fans for Chetti as he continues his assault in the corner... HOWEVER A BUNCH OF SECURITY GUARDS NOW CHARGE INTO THE RING!!!

    As they get inside of the ring, Nova is able to regain control to a big pop, having dropped Chetti with a Double Legged Takedown and hammering away with more punches.

    Much to the dismay of the fans, Nova is dragged off of Chetti by security.

    A few members of security make sure Chetti stays down and they usher him to roll out of the ring, whilst the others keep hold of Nova, who’s trying his best to break their grip and make another advancement.

    “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants can be heard from the fans as they want to see a fight. Security continue to keep the former partners apart though, with only one thing being perfectly clear heading into a commercial break, this issue is certainly not over...

    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-


    We return from the commercial break, and sorry readers, but Paul Heyman and ECW continue to try and get at The Network, as two matches from Anarchy Rulz are played in full...

    ***


    The first match we see is EZ MONEY with CHRIS HAMRICK, ELEKTRA, JULIO DINERO and CYRUS at ringside up against KID KASH with ECW Commissioner SPIKE DUDLEY and JOEL GERTNER at ringside. Spike Dudley’s voice replays stating that if Kash beats EZ Money, Cyrus against Gertner will still go ahead. We see all nine and a half minutes until Kash lands a Super Hurricanrana and is able to pick up the victory!


    Hamrick and Dinero attack Kash post match, beating him down until Spike Dudley makes the save. EZ Money recovers and attacks Spike from behind before putting Spike’s injured leg into the Figure Four Leg Lock! Things look pretty sombre until THE SANDMAN shows up and clears the ring of Hot Commodity, including holding Elektra by the hair and allowing Gertner to motor boat her.


    Once all of Hot Commodity is taken care of, The Sandman throws Cyrus into the ring. Cyrus actually uses Karate Kicks to keep Gertner at bay, until The Sandman spits beer into his face and after two and a half minutes, Gertner wins with an ugly looking School Boy!


    ***


    The fans probably aren’t the biggest fan of this, much like you readers probably aren’t. Heyman is not only trashing his Network on screen characters by showing Cyrus lose again, he’s also making sure this show doesn’t have ANY real juicy new content. Sorry but it’s a necessary evil, and now it’s time for another commercial break.

    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-


    The final commercial break of the evening has been completed, and we return to hear that famous tune as it’s time for some PULP FICTION!!!

    We begin with the ECW Television Champion Rhino who has his title in one hand, and is breathing heavily and snarling at the camera.

    Rhino: At Anarchy Rulz I proved what I told everyone all along is the truth, I proved that RVD is my bitch. He came back and in a blaze of glory and he got burnt because I’m the one guy that Van Dam can’t get by.

    Rhino lets out an evil grin at the thought, smiling, almost calmed at the fact he beat RVD.

    Rhino: When I took RVD out the first time and took the ECW Television Championship, all everybody talks about was how RVD never lost the belt...

    The champion pauses, rubbing his jaw, getting aggravated again.

    Rhino: There wasn’t any doubt in my head but for all of you people out there, Anarchy Rulz proved that this belt is mine now.

    Rhino holds up the belt, showing the camera the nameplate which reads “RHINO”.

    Rhino: I am the one man in this company that Rob Van Dam cannot beat!

    He’s beginning to huff and puff now, pumping himself up as per usual.

    Rhino: I’M THE MAN WHO DESTROYED ROB VAN DAM LAST NIGHT AND PUT HIM ON THE FUCKING SHELF!!!

    Silence in the arena as Rhino begins getting red in the face, looking as intense as ever.

    Rhino: I WARNED EVERYBODY THAT I WAS GOING TO BREAK HIS FUCKING NECK WHEN WE GOT IN THE RING TOGETHER... AND IF I DIDN’T GET THE JOB DONE AT ANARCHY RULZ...

    The champion pauses, taking huge deep breaths now, looking damn near demented.

    Rhino: I WILL WAIT FOR HIM TO HEAL UP AND COME BACK AND JUST WHEN HE’S READY TO MAKE HIS TRIUMPHANT RETURN... I’LL PILEDRIVE HIM UNTIL HIS FUCKING HEAD POPS OFF!!!

    Some murmurs for his intensity from the crowd, but Rhino pays no attention, catching his breath, and now holding the title up in the air, a twisted smirk on his face.

    Rhino: Why? BECAUSE I’M THE BIG FUCKING DEAL!!!

    Rhino really emphases his last few words, before storming out of camera shot...

    ...

    Next up we head to a random hallway, where the ECW Tag Team Champions The Full Blooded Italians can be seen standing huddled together. Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke are wearing a title each around their waist, whilst Sal E. Graziano and Scotty Anton are clearly the muscle of the group. Big Sal and Anton look pretty menacing, whilst Guido looks relaxed, however Mamaluke looks absolutely terrified. The other three notice and look at him quizzically and he awkwardly notices.

    Tony Mamaluke: The Unholy Alliance, I don’t want to have to deal with them again, guys. They’re nearly impossible to beat. It would take something special; nobody can get past Tajiri and Mikey Whipwreck!

    Mamaluke continues to look pretty fearful, until all three of his mates look at him funnily again.

    Sal E. Graziano: Nobody can beat The Unholy Alliance, except for us, The Full Blooded Italians...

    They all cackle to themselves, laughing at their jokes, whilst Little Guido now pushes past the rest of them, making sure he’s front and centre.

    Little Guido: Move over ya’ freakin’ gory hounds. I’m the boss; I finish the promos around here.

    Guido’s followers basically do as they are told and Guido looks into the camera, a smug look on his face. Guido doesn’t say anything though and his teammates begin to look at him funny, as the silence is becoming somewhat awkward.

    Little Guido: Uh... and now we are done...

    Big Sal and Mamaluke look at each other and roll their eyes, until Guido looks back and the three of them begin shooting rude Italian hand gestures to the camera. Meanwhile, Anton is the odd one out, instead just standing in the background, flexing his impressive rig as we cut away...

    ...

    With the champions having finished up, we now see the trio they were talking about, The Unholy Alliance standing by. The Sinister Minister stands front and square, the usual dastardly look on his face, whilst Mikey Whipwreck is in the background holding a book of ‘Wizardry’, whilst Yoshihiro Tajiri stands, slightly squatting and looking intense.

    The Sinister Minister: This cold, hard world we live in is full of hatred, deceit and liars. In this world it’s far too easy to get consumed by a world of lies, and there’s no doubts The FBI are the biggest liars in this world.

    The Minister shakes his head and Mikey and Tajiri both looks pretty annoyed at The FBI as well.

    The Sinister Minister: We already didn’t like The FBI, but we hate them even more now that we’ve found out that they are liars. We don’t like liars or their words or their deeds and these Full Blooded Italians have lit a fire under us that grows hotter every single day...

    As The Sinister Minister finishes this sentence, Tajiri begins cackling wildly as Mikey crazily waves his book in the air and THE BOOK IS NOW ON FIRE!!!

    All three continue to laugh like lunatics as the book burns to ashes and the camera cuts out...

    ...

    Pulp fiction continues as we see a very arrogant ‘King Of Old School’ Steve Corino standing in casual gear, flanked by his loyal friend, Jack Victory. Both seem to be in high spirits and why wouldn’t they be, now that Corino is the number one contender for the ECW Championship. Corino looks pretty cocky however his face slowly begins to change, showing a slight hint of frustration.

    Steve Corino: You think that tonight would be one of the best nights of my life, that I’d be happy with the fact that I’m finally the number one contender but that’s not the case. I beat CW Anderson to earn the right to be called the number one contender but all anybody is talking about is how Jerry Lynn deserves another shot.

    Corino shakes his head, showing more frustration as Victory basically mimics him in the background.

    Steve Corino: But I just want to make one thing perfectly clear for anybody and everybody tonight. I don’t give a shit if they both got pinned or if the referee missed something or how many times they had each other beat. None of that matters, the only thing that matters is that I am the new number one contender.

    Victory nods along again as Corino pauses, not letting his emotions get the better of him.

    Steve Corino: As far as I’m concerned, the past is the past. There’s no point crying over spilt milk, it’s time to look at the future...

    The number one contender takes a step forward now, looking deep into the camera.

    Steve Corino: And unfortunately for Jerry Lynn, Justin Credible versus Jerry Lynn is finished. That rematch does not belong in the foreseeable future.

    Victory smiles at this and Corino shakes his head, trying to emphasise his point.

    Steve Corino: The foreseeable future only has one question that needs to be answered...

    There’s a wry smile on the face of the ‘King Of Old School’ now.

    Steve Corino: And that question is between Justin Credible and myself!

    Corino nods now, his smile returning.

    Steve Corino: The question is WHO’S THE MAN???

    Steve pauses as Jack Victory points at Corino in the background.

    Steve Corino: Oh and for those who have been living under a rock for the last six months, the answer is Steve Corino.

    Corino has a full grin on his face now, as Jack claps along, patting his best friend on the back. Corino now grabs Jack by the arm and raises his hand in the air.

    Steve Corino: This guy, Jack Victory, is just as much the man as I am!

    Both men are all smiles now, obviously in a good mood overall despite the Jerry Lynn stuff.

    Steve Corino: Now Jack, come on man, throw that V up for us...

    Victory puts his arms in the air in the shape of a V, as Corino chuckles to himself.

    Steve Corino: ...HIGH SPOT!!!

    Having completed the patented catchphrase, Corino and Jack slap each other some high five, before they leave the screen. Despite the annoyance early on, it seems Corino and Victory are confident that Steve will be the next ECW Champion...

    ...

    Next up we see black high heels walking down a hallway, tapping on the floor. The camera slowly pans up to show tanned ankles, followed by some stunning legs, all the way up to the thigh where we begin to see the hem of a short, black dress. The camera continues to pan up to reveal the pouty lips and face of Dawn Marie. There are some cheers from the males who are happy to see Marie again, as she continues to walk down the hallway, before she stops, almost as if she’s only just realised the camera is there.

    Dawn Marie: In case you’ve forgotten, my names Dawn Marie, and simply put, I’m a star.

    Dawn then blows a kiss to the camera and continues to walk away, keeping it short and sweet. The camera follows Dawn a little, showing off the dress hugging her tight body, before the camera finally turns off...

    ...

    And our last segment of the night sees a pumped up looking New Jack looking deep into the camera. New Jack has a typical curled upper lip, not looking impressed and I’m sure we’re about to find out why.

    New Jack: I’m here tonight to ask a question to one person and one person only and that’s the ECW Champion Justin Credible. Justin, did you really think that I wouldn’t show up after everything that went down between us?

    New Jack has a somewhat surprised smirk on his face, shaking his head as if the thought of him not returning was unbelievable.

    New Jack: If that’s the case, I’m gonna’ explain something to you one time, because you need to UNDERSTAND SOMETHING!!!

    ECW’s resident gangster is getting pissed, thinking about how Credible and Rhino took him out.

    New Jack: I’ve never been more set on revenge in my life. I CAUGHT A FLIGHT AND SHOWED UP IN CANADA JUST TO GET YOUR ASS!!!

    NJ takes a moment to regain his composure, cracking his neck and nodding his head as if he’s accepting something.

    New Jack: But I’ve got to give you and Rhino credit where credit is due. You guys surprisingly did okay...

    Jack clearly shows a sarcastic smile before continuing.

    New Jack: I thought I was invincible, and you two put your little heads together and got one up on me...

    New Jack nods again as the fans boo, but now he begins getting a sadistic look on his face.

    New Jack: But there’s an age old saying that applies to our situation, and it’s that payback is a bitch. For your actions, you’re not going to get a receipt, you’re gonna’ get a hell of a lot more.

    He takes a deep breath, clearly beginning to get a little worked up again.

    New Jack: A receipt is nothing compared to what you’re going to get, I’m going to break the whole damn cash register over your head. I’m gonna’ lay a beating on you and Rhino like you both have never received before. Over my dead body will you two go down in history as the guys who took out New Jack.

    The fans are popping in the arena for the intensity of New Jack, as he continues to get angrier by the second.

    New Jack: Not only am I gonna’ take you out, but I’m gonna’ take your girl as well. I’ve seen the way Francine eye balls me when I’m around, and the way she makes sure to bounce those big silicone titties to put on a show for me. I’m gonna’ get Francine to suck my dick because she’s GOING TO BE MY NEXT TRICK!!!

    Big time cheers in the arena as New Jack took a bit to get going, but he’s cooking on all cylinders now. New Jack has a grin on his face after yelling his last outrageous statement.

    New Jack: Francine’s my next trick, and Justin Credible and Rhino are my next two bitches.

    New Jack has said his bit now, as he gets his patented snarl back on his face, and he raises his hands in the air, and signals as if his fingers were guns and he was pulling the trigger. This is the last view we get as the final ECW On TNN fades to black...

    -END OF SHOW-






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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Really enjoyed this show despite it having very very little in terms of new content but that is true to ECW's nature and was their last 'fuck you' to TNN. Looking forward to what happens next with their future.

    Your opening with Styles was spot on, exact same can be said for Rhino & Sinister Minister, you've clearly done your research into the ECW characters as you get better and better at really capturing them.

    Hoping to see you continue to progress as this is one of my favourite threads in the section. Top stuff.

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    Finally getting to typing up all my thoughts here after reading over the weekend. I find it unfortunate to have Heyman holding a grudge against The Network and refusing to give it a good show, but at the same time, it's very realistic and I commend you for how you managed it.


    As usual, you capture Joey Styles voice well. I always enjoy reading him in this thread just because I can imagine it in his voice exactly.


    I like the idea of showing the clips of Anarchy Rulz, but at the same time, I feel like you gave a massive recap early and then it made it feel like any of the whole clip parts were worthless later. It makes sense, makes it worthless to watch in a way and works for what Heyman is doing, but continues being unfortunate.


    Who are The Prodigy and Prodigette? Nova getting a win is no problem to me, dude is obviously going over on Bilvis. As I was reading it, I suddenly remembered the whole Chetti stuff. It still doesn't feel very hot to me, but this is something for the feud at least and gives an idea of some hatred. I know you said there wasn't going to be much to this, so this is fine for a small feud and to give it some play.


    Great choices for matches to give away for free. Why not, right? Kash is awesome, Gertner winning is a great last F-U to The Network. I enjoy it.


    Pulp Fiction is fantastic. Rhino is intense as ever and legitimately is terrifying. I love it. I'm curious to see what he'll be doing next after beating what I'd consider the biggest star in the company. The FBI had some humor there with Guido's end and with Scotty Anton not fitting in. I do wonder if he'll start to fit in or if he'll be the cause of some problems.


    I always love TSM and the Unholy Alliance. Short promo, but got to the point and made it hot. It was a little too similar to the Anarchy Rulz promo to me, the book burning and all. But it makes sense for a short stint. I very much enjoy Steve Corino and I hope to see him continue this somewhat tweener/face path. He's going to be an awesome potential opponent for Justin Credible, and I do wonder with him pushing Lynn aside here how things may go down between those two.


    I did forget Dawn Marie. Just honest. I also forgot her again since Sunday.


    New Jack! I'm intrigued by what will happen with him. I've never really watched him. I've heard of him a little, but never watched anything, I just know he's a big star of ECW and played his music throughout matches. A good promo here to get things moving a bit, show him against Credible and Rhino, maybe the next one after Rhino? I really enjoyed calling Francine his next trick for some reason, just funny. This is a good promo for the timeframe, thinking of this now made me cringe just a bit, but it was great when I got into the mindset of ECW for this. It's a great end to get people to follow the show off the Network.


    Overall, I enjoyed this. It was a mostly worthless show in terms of anything happening, had a few spots that were interesting. I'm going to work on remembering Dawn Marie from one day to the next, but I can't guarantee I'll remember her past tomorrow -- or tonight. I'm definitely looking forward to the big feuds continuing, to Credible's explanation, Lynn's reactions, etc. I'll always be along reading whatever comes next, that's for sure.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Baldwin and Jaywhy, thanks as always for the comments, much appreciated.

    My apologies in advance for this show. It's the last somewhat uneventful show as its content comes from the final ECW on TNN taping. Moving forward, the shows will be back to how they were before Anarchy Rulz (entertaining hopefully).

    ***


    ECW Hardcore TV

    07-10-2000

    Salem, New Hampshire


    No opening video package, no commentary run down of the card, no promos. The final episode of ECW Hardcore TV associated with a TNN television taping begins with “Electric Molecular” by Chemlab playing over the PA system, to a crowd reaction that is probably Christian York and Joey Matthews loudest one yet. The young, happy duo slap hands with the fans as they make their way down the ramp, clearly enjoying the respect that they have earned from the fans over the past couple of months. Once they are inside the ring, they speak to each other about their game plan as “False Salvation” by All Out War hits to a minimal reaction, which picks up when Angel and Tony DeVito, collectively known as Da Baldies appear on screen for the first time in over a month. The boos pick up once the fans realise who is making their way to the ring, but Da Baldies ignore the fans, keeping their eyes locked on their young opponents, clearly meaning business tonight.

    Match One
    Christian York and Joey Matthews vs. Da Baldies

    Both teams actually get a good amount of time to shine, with both getting solid amounts of offense in what ends up being an all out extreme war. The ending comes about when Da Baldies have managed to put a hurting on York and Matthews, which allows them to place York on a table, set up in the middle of the ring... AND THEY THEN DOUBLEPOWERBOMB MATTHEWS ON TOP OF YORK AND THROUGH THE TABLE!!! ANGEL THEN HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3!!!

    Winners – Da Baldies @ 8:00

    There’s an air of disappointment from the fans as Da Baldies both stand up, kicking bits of the broken table out of the ring before they celebrate. The referee raises both of their hands in the air, before Angel leans through the ropes and grabs a microphone, signalling for their music to be cut.

    Angel: It seems like everybody in this company and everybody in this arena tonight have made the mistake of forgetting the most important fact in ECW. It seems like everybody forgot that Da Baldies run this hood, papa.

    A bit of heat from the fans as Angel stands still, looking at the fans, whilst Tony nods along.

    Angel: That was a big mistake, you all forgot once but we are going to make sure that you don’t forget again. We are going to make sure all you people remember who the kings of the streets are.

    More heat as Angel and Tony continue to look dead serious.

    Angel: From this point forward, I don’t care if you’re a fan, I don’t care if you make the ECW Merchandise, I don’t care if you’re Joey Styles or Jerry Lynn... everybody is officially being put on notice.

    Da Baldies’ theme song then hits again as Angel throws the microphone to the floor, and they raise their arms again, now gloating to the fans a little, gaining more heat than before the match...

    ...

    We now see the same detailed video package, highlighting all of the main occurrences which took place on last weekend’s Anarchy Rulz...

    ***


    The first group of highlights we see are from the tag team Three Way Dance which opened up the show. CHRISTIAN YORK is able to roll up CHRIS HAMRICK to eliminate Hamrick and JULIO DINERO. The match continues for another seven minutes until DANNY DORING and ROADKILL are able to hit York with the Buggy Bang and pin him, eliminating York and JOEY MATTHEWS and winning the match in the process.


    After the match, Doring and Roadkill’s celebration is cut short as JOHNNY SWINGER and SIMON DIAMOND clear the ring of Roadkill and drop Doring with the Snapshot before signalling for the ECW Tag Team Titles.


    Next up, CYRUS is out to the ring, insulting ECW and putting over The Network, before goading JOEL GERTNER into coming to the ring. Cyrus goes on a tirade, calling him a “fat ****** bitch”, a “bitch” and a “fat prick”, however just as Gertner looks set to violent, Cyrus changes his tune. The leader of The Network claims that Gertner is dumb if he thinks he can touch Cyrus, and Cyrus’ back up come out, which consists of EZ MONEY, CHRIS HAMRICK, ELEKTRA and JULIO DINERO, collectively known as HOT COMMODITY. The quarter corner the scared Gertner, much to Cyrus’ delight until the Commissioner of Extreme Championship Wrestling, SPIKE DUDLEY interrupts. Spike claims that he has more power than Cyrus right now because the pay per view doesn’t air on The Network. Spike then says if EZ Money wins the next match, Cyrus and Gertner won’t happen, but if EZ loses, the match takes place.

    KID KASH comes down and the match takes place. Spike Dudley is able to keep the rest of Hot Commodity at bay on the outside and Kid Kash is able to reverse a Powerbomb off of the top rope into a Super Hurricanrana about nine and a half minutes in.


    Hamrick and Dinero attack Kash post match, beating him down until Spike Dudley makes the save. EZ Money recovers and attacks Spike from behind before putting Spike’s injured leg into the Figure Four Leg Lock! Things look pretty sombre until THE SANDMAN shows up and clears the ring of Hot Commodity, including holding Elektra by the hair and allowing Gertner to motor boat her.


    Once all of Hot Commodity is taken care of, The Sandman throws Cyrus into the ring. Cyrus actually uses Karate Kicks to keep Gertner at bay, until The Sandman spits beer into his face and after two and a half minutes, Gertner wins with an ugly looking School Boy!


    We then get our first REALLY brutal match of the night which sees BALLS MAHONEY go one on one with PIERRE CARL OULETTE. The two battle inside and outside of the ring until after ten minutes, Le Cannonball through a table is enough to give PCO the victory.


    Back up at the Eagle’s next, JOEY STYLES and JOEL GERTNER are still in celebration mode, until LOU E. DANGEROUSLY sneaks up from behind and breaks his cell phone over the head of Gertner. As EMT’s rush out to check on the unconscious Gertner, Styles and Lou E. are held apart by security.


    A few segments later Joey Styles has settled back down and is ready to call the rest of the pay per view by himself, until CYRUS shows up with a smug look on his face. The two immediately bicker as Cyrus announces he will be on commentary for the rest of the night.


    In what was match of the night so far, CW ANDERSON and STEVE CORINO, as always accompanied by JACK VICTORY, battled it out to determine who will be the new number one contender for the ECW Championship? About thirteen minutes in, thanks to a second Old School Kick, and with no outside interference, Steve Corino was able to gain the victory.


    One match that was plagued with interference was the ECW World Tag Team Championship match. Members of THE FULL BLOODED ITALIANS, LITTLE GUIDO and TONY MAMALUKE, accompanied by SAL E. GRAZIANO and SCOTTY ANTON successfully defended against THE UNHOLY ALLIANCE! MIKEY WHIPWRECK and YOSHIRO TAJIRI did their best, gaining several near falls, but even with THE SINISTER MINISTER at ringside, the numbers game was too much for them to overcome. Guido was eventually able to nail Mikey with one of the titles before putting him away with the Last Kiss!


    Arguably the most personal match of the night saw RHINO defend his ECW Television Championship by ROB VAN DAM, accompanied by BILL ALFONSO. The match is back and forth with some incredible spots, until RVD looks set to pick up the win after nailing the Five Star Frog Splash, but The Network employed referee DANNY DANIELS interrupts the three count and knocks out the match referee. Van Dam turns his attention to Daniels which allows Rhino to regain the advantage and get a near fall after a low blow and a Piledriver. RVD eventually regains control but missed a Van Daminator from the top rope, which allows Rhino to Piledriver RVD off of the apron and through a table set up on the outside. The TV Champion then drags RVD’s lifeless body into the ring and makes the cover to retain his title.


    After the match, everybody is in a state of shock as RVD is stretchered out of the arena for the first time ever on pay per view.


    The main event sees JUSTIN CREDIBLE, accompanied by his girlfriend FRANCINE defending his ECW Championship against the hometown hero JERRY LYNN. This match, much like the last, is very up and down with both men looking dominant at different times. The referee takes a bump thanks to an errant title shot from Credible, which causes The Network referee DANNY DANIELS to stick his nose in another match. Lynn looks set to nail Credible with the Cradle Piledriver but Daniels tries to pull Lynn off, so Lynn drops him with the Cradle Piledriver instead. A new referee sprints down to the ring and a few minutes later, the ending comes about when Lynn lands a German Suplex, but hits his head on the title and loses his bridge, but still holds onto Credible. The referee ends up counting both men’s shoulders down for the count of three and the match results in a draw.


    After the match, the referee looks set to restart the match but Credible and Francine just leave, meaning for the first time in ECW’ s history, an ECW Championship match ended as a draw without a restart. The final shots we get in the video are of a distraught Jerry Lynn inside the ring.


    ***

    Once the video package is complete, we head backstage where ‘The Voice Of ECW’ Joey Styles is standing by. Styles, as usual, is wearing an old yet still in good condition suit, with a microphone in hand, still look a little concerned over the ending to the video package we just saw.

    Joey Styles: Ladies and gentleman, I spoke about the closing moments of Anarchy Rulz last night however I will be touching on it again. As you all just saw, both Jerry Lynn and Justin Credible’s shoulders were down for the count of three after Lynn was unable to maintain the bridge, due to hitting his head on the title after landing the German Suplex. Jerry Lynn’s hometown fans were heartbroken that the match ended in a draw, until ECW senior official HC Loc announced that the match would be restarting and we must have a winner.

    Styles pauses, allowing his words to sink in before continuing.

    Joey Styles: However, once again, as you all just saw, the restart of the match never took place. Our current ECW Champion Justin Credible made history by being the first champion to have a title defence end in a draw and not have the match restarted to declare a winner. Justin Credible blatantly refused to continue to compete, instead leaving with his title, and undoubtedly he performed the cowardly action to save himself from defeat.

    The fans actually cheer a little for this, as Joey is as passionate as ever about this topic.

    Joey Styles: Right now, we’ve actually managed to get the ECW Champion Justin Credible via telephone, so Justin, thanks for joining us, and rather than a question, I along with everybody else just want you to explain yourself.

    A slight muffled noise can be heard from the other line, almost as if Justin Credible is in a car or something. Either way though, he can hear Styles and responds immediately.

    Justin Credible: Yeah, I will explain myself Joey, because to be quite honest with you, I sat back and watched last night’s show, listened to you ramble on just now, and I think it’s all a load of crap. I’m not like the rest of the losers in this company, I’m the ECW Champion. I came from a company that was one million times more professional than this one, so above all else, I’m a business man. As a business man heading into Anarchy Rulz, I signed a contract to a one fall title defence against Jerry Lynn.

    Boos from the fans as Styles rolls his eyes at the explanation. Obviously we can’t see Credible though.

    Justin Credible: I completed my contractual obligation and then I went home, just as any other smart business man would... However I think Jerry Lynn deserves all the plaudits he’s been getting, to last twenty minutes in the ring with me, he obviously put on the performance of his lifetime and for that, I give him credit.

    More heat for the arrogance of Credible as Styles can’t believe what he’s hearing either.

    Justin Credible: I was even a little shocked because I never thought I would ever have to admit to the world that Jerry Lynn pinned me, but that’s exactly what happened...

    Big time pop from the fans, as Styles nods at Credible actually admitting he got pinned.

    Justin Credible: The only issue was that Jerry Lynn doesn’t have that instinct that champions do; Lynn doesn’t have that instinct that I do. A true champion would have capitalised on that golden opportunity but Jerry Lynn was an under qualified idiot who knocked himself out when trying to get the job done.

    BOOOOOO from the crowd as Styles doesn’t really agree or disagree with this statement by the look on his face.

    Justin Credible: I had an off night, it pains me to say it but I’ll admit it. But Jerry Lynn didn’t capitalise, he proved at Anarchy Rulz that he will never be the ECW Champion!

    Joey looks as if he disagrees again, as the fans listen on intently.

    Justin Credible: But all this flack I’m receiving for ending the match in a draw is simply unfair. BECAUSE I DIDN’T SIGN UP FOR A TWO FALL OR A THREE FALL MATCH!!!

    The line begins to distort a little as Credible yells, and Joey does his hardest to understand what the champion is saying.

    Justin Credible: ONE FALL...

    Everybody in the building is a little shocked at this outburst from Credible at the moment.

    Justin Credible: One fall is all I signed up for, and one fall is all that I was paid for... Well, actually, hold that thought...

    Credible pauses and Styles actually looks a little confused for a moment.

    Justin Credible: One fall isn’t what I was paid for; it’s what I was supposed to be paid for!

    Mixed reaction from the fans for Credible referring to the companies all too real financial issues. Styles actually uncomfortably clears his throat, attempting to interrupt the ECW Champion.

    Justin Credible: What, Joey?

    Joey Styles: Justin I just don’t think it is appropriate to be talking about these things on air. Maybe you shouldn’t be talking about your financial agreements with ECW right now...

    Justin Credible: I’m the champion, I’ll do what I want, and I don’t care about the reputation of this company.

    JC gets a lot more heat now as Joey Styles gets fired up at somebody insulting the company he loves. Joey gets slightly red faced and irritated, before he is ready to speak again.

    Joey Styles: Well, I actually have some information that you may care about, Justin, and that’s information regarding your next ECW Championship defence. Do you know who you will be defending your title against?

    There’s nothing but silence on the other end of the line as Credible obviously has no idea.

    Joey Styles: Judging by your silence, I’m going to take that as a no. Being here in the arena, like our ECW Champion should be, has its advantages as I am privy to up to date information... And I’ve just received word about your next two matches which will take place over the next two weeks.

    A loud, frustrated exhale can be heard coming from the other line, as Joey’s on a roll now. Meanwhile, the fans are buzzing in anticipation for the announcement.

    Joey Styles: Firstly, next week you will have a non title match against a man, who last night made his intentions very clear. He feels like he owes you one so next week WE WILL SEE JUSTIN CREDIBLE GO ONE ON ONE WITH NEW JACK!

    BIG TIME POP, as Credible remains silent, and Francine can be heard whispering worriedly in the background. Joey senses weakness and continues in a hurry.

    Joey Styles: And if you are able to survive the onslaught of New Jack, you will defend the ECW Championship the following week on Hardcore TV!

    Justin Credible: Oh yeah, against who?

    Joey Styles: You will be defending your ECW Championship against the man who defeated CW Anderson to become the number one contender at Anarchy Rulz, STEVE CORINO! That’s right, JUSTIN CREDIBLE AND STEVE CORINO WILL FINALLY HAPPEN!!!

    There’s a pop from the fans but it’s not as loud as it could be, as some of the fans may have wanted a Jerry Lynn rematch rather than a heel versus heel match. Styles looks pretty smug after making the announcement though, as Credible remains silent for another moment or two.

    Justin Credible: That’s good, Joey, that’s real good. I can tell by your voice that you’re happy with yourself, and that’s fine. But let me make one thing clear, I will always be the ECW Champion and if this BULLSHIT continues, I may have to take the title elsewhere...

    With that eerie threat, a loud click can be heard as Justin Credible hangs up the phone. The conversation is over whilst the fans continue to murmur, and Styles looks a tad nervous about Credible’s threat. Styles then recaps the matches he just announced for over the next couple of weeks, before he sends us to our first commercial break of the night.

    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-

    The commercial break ends and the rarely seen Stephen Prazak is standing by, with a microphone in hand, attempting to do his best Joey Styles impression.

    Stephen Prazak: Ladies and gentleman, I’m Stephen Prazak and please welcome my guest at this time, fresh off a brutal match at Anarchy Rulz... BALLS MAHONEY!

    Our camera man pans out to reveal the big, rugged, Balls Mahoney standing next to him in his standard t-shirt. The fans cheer for Balls who nods, sporting a huge black eye due to the match he had at the pay per view.

    Stephen Prazak: Now Balls, the question that’s on everybody’s mind is what’s next for you after putting up a gallant effort but ultimately falling short against Pierre Carl Oulette?

    Mahoney looks a little irritated at the mention of his loss, before he takes a moment to mull over his words.

    Balls Mahoney: It’s kinda’ funny because I’ve always considered myself one of the toughest guys in ECW. Chair shots, flying through tables, breaking bones, shedding blood; I could do all of it just about better than anybody else in the entire wrestling business. When Pierre came into this company, coming from a background in WCW and the WWF, I probably didn’t give him the credit that he deserved. I can stand here and say Pierre is one tough, tough man and that means he’s was a lot tougher than I thought he would be.

    Balls looks a little annoyed at himself as he shakes his head.

    Balls Mahoney: A good thing about the fact that Pierre is an ECW guy now, it means that I won’t have to live with the disappointment of last week’s loss very long. I’ve tasted PCO’s best and now I’ve got a measure on what kind of ass kicking he is capable of!

    A slight reaction from the fans as Balls looks at the camera, seemingly pretty determined.

    Balls Mahoney: I don’t mind taking an ass kicking but I love dishing them out and the next time I get in the ring with PCO, I will kick his ass!

    The pop from the fans is pretty huge with Balls signalling his intent for a rematch, WHEN HE IS CLOBBERED FROM BEHIND out of nowhere by ANGEL and TONY DEVITO!!!

    Balls crumbles to the canvas and Angle rips off his t-shirt which reveals taped up ribs that Devito stomps all over, much to the dismay of the fans.

    Devito continues with the ugly attack, whilst Angel momentarily disappears off screen.

    The heat from the fans is snuffed out by anticipation as Angel steps back into screenshot... DRAGGING A WODDEN TABLE AND SETTING IT UP!

    Devito then brings Balls up and gives him to Angel... WHO LIFTS MAHONEY INTO THE AIR... AND THEY DRILL HIM WITH A TANDEM POWERBOMB THROUGH THE TABLE!!!

    Feint “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants can now be heard from the fans, as Prazak has scurried off for help. Balls isn’t moving and Angel and Devito stand over his broken body, vicious smirks on their faces, having made the impact they desired tonight...

    ...

    With the fans still pretty excited after the huge attack on Mahoney, we head to ringside and a video package plays hyping ECW’s next PPV offering...

    ***


    ECW NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER 2000: NOVEMBER 5TH


    ***

    Once the PPV recap video is completed, another video plays which shows, in full, the match between Rhino and Rob Van Dam for the ECW Television Championship at Anarchy Rulz...

    ***


    Arguably the most personal match of the night saw RHINO defend his ECW Television Championship by ROB VAN DAM, accompanied by BILL ALFONSO. The match is back and forth with some incredible spots, until RVD looks set to pick up the win after nailing the Five Star Frog Splash, but The Network employed referee DANNY DANIELS interrupts the three count and knocks out the match referee. Van Dam turns his attention to Daniels which allows Rhino to regain the advantage and get a near fall after a low blow and a Piledriver. RVD eventually regains control but missed a Van Daminator from the top rope, which allows Rhino to Piledriver RVD off of the apron and through a table set up on the outside. The TV Champion then drags RVD’s lifeless body into the ring and makes the cover to retain his title.


    After the match, everybody is in a state of shock as RVD is stretchered out of the arena for the first time ever on pay per view.


    ***

    With the PPV match up being completed, we head to our final commercial break of the evening.
    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-

    We return from the final commercial break of the evening, to see a sombre looking Joey Styles standing by.

    Joey Styles: Ladies and gentleman, as you would have seen before the commercial break, last week at Anarchy Rulz, Rhino successfully defended his ECW Television Championship against Rob Van Dam. Regardless of the crooked referee, it was a great performance by Rhino; however after that disgusting Piledriver through the table, Rob Van Dam has done some serious damage to his neck.

    The best announcer in the business pauses, shaking his head sadly, as the fans in the arena remains completely silent.

    Joey Styles: At this stage the medical facility at which RVD is a patient of have been very selective with the information they wish to share and the information they wish to withhold. I’m currently unaware of his exact condition but I’m very relieved to be able to confirm that Rob Van Dam’s neck is NOT broken!

    A HUMUNGOUS pop from the fans for that announcement, as Styles nods along, but still seems pretty down in the dumps.

    Joey Styles: As further tests are done, information can change but it looks incredibly unlikely that the doctors will clear RVD to compete in an ECW ring again before the New Year...

    Heat for the idea of no Van Dam for awhile, and Styles once again, nods along with the fans, understanding the reaction.

    Joey Styles: Knowing the sadistic beast that the ECW Television Champion Rhino is, he probably won’t be content with the fact that Van Dam can return, because it means he’s only partially achieved his goal.

    Some heat now for Rhino, as Joey now gets a somewhat staunch look on his face.

    Joey Styles: But I know RVD better than just about anybody else currently in ECW does, and I know by hook or by crook, no matter how long it takes for him to recover, Rob Van Dam WILL be back to come after Rhino and that ECW Television title!

    Styles is a little red faced now, getting worked up as the fans cheer him along.

    Joey Styles: Now what we have done is decided as this is part of the final taping whilst the company is under control of The Network, we will not be airing any new content but we will be airing an unseen match that was taped a few weeks ago. This match will feature Rob Van Dam and will show exactly what Rhino has to look forward to when Van Dam returns...

    No real reaction from any fans this time, as they don’t want to see an old, taped match. Styles looks set to sign off when all of a sudden he begins listening to the speaker in his ear, getting some last minute news. Joey smiles and nods at the news, before continuing.

    Joey Styles: I’ve also just been informed that I need to let the fans know that next week on ECW Hardcore TV, when there will no longer be ECW on TNN, Extreme Championship Wrestling will return to the action packed program that we all know and love. One match has already been announced for the show which will see the ECW Champion Justin Credible go one on one with New Jack in a non title match, and I’ve just been informed that a title match has been announced for the show as well. The Full Blooded Italians will defend the ECW Tag Team Championships against a team they had to cheat and use their numbers to beat a couple of weeks ago, the House of Hardcore graduates, Danny Doring and Roadkill!

    Big time cheers from the crowd now as Styles smirks and introduces the taped match as the fans inside the arena chant “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”!!!

    ...

    ***


    Match Two

    Kid Kash and Rob Van Dam w/Bill Alfonso vs. Team Me


    The match followed a pretty basic tag team formula in the early going, with Kash and RVD dominating early and clearing the ring of Team Me. Eventually Team Me were able to isolate Kash, gaining several near falls, as Van Dam and Alfonso cheered Kash on.


    Eventually the tide turned, and Kash was able to make the hot tag to RVD who begins dominating Simon Diamond, hitting a Split Legged Moonsault and gaining a LONG two count, until Johnny Swinger broke up the count.


    Team Me look to double team the fresh Van Dam, however Kid Kash makes his way back in and tries to intervene, only to walk STRAIGHT INTO AN ANDERSON SPINEBUSTER FROM THE INTERFERING CW ANDERSON!!!


    Anderson looks ready to help Team Me beat down on Van Dam until DANNY DORING AND ROADKILL slide into the ring and they pinball CW around with right hands, before Double Clotheslining him over the top rope.


    Rather than continuing to interfere, Doring and Roadkill head to the outside and back CW Anderson up the ramp, which allows RVD to avoid a Superkick from Swinger, which ends up hitting Diamond square on the chin!!!


    Van Dam then lands a Spinning Wheel Kick on Swinger, before heading to the top rope... AND LEAPING OFF WITH THE FIVE STAR FROG SPLASH, LANDING ON DIAMOND!!! RVD HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3!!!


    Winners – Kid Kash and Rob Van Dam @ 14:09


    After the match, Alfonso, RVD and Kash celebrate as the fans cheer along and the video comes to a close...


    ***

    With the video package of the final show of the evening being completed, the show fades to black with a rather lacklustre ending in what is the final show in the ‘Network Era’.

    -END OF SHOW-









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    - Da Baldies have put us on notice!!! Empty threat or not, I'm interested to see where this goes. With FBI, Doring/Roadkill, Hot Commodity and Team Me there's already a plethora of tag teams trying to make a name for themselves. Not to mention my favourite team The Unholy Alliance.

    - Good recap of Anarchy Rulz. Despite the main event turning into a bit of a let-down because of Credible walking out (good job making me hate the cretin even more) the big talking point is definitely RVD getting hurt by Rhino. I'm just waiting for The Man Beast to snap(more so than usual) and take down everyone around him, including The Network guys.

    - Excellent interview with Credible. As a heel he still believes his actions are right. Nice to see two matches booked but I definitely see him beating New Jack because Corino/New Jack is a lot less appealing that Corino/Credible.

    - I guess it wasn't an empty threat afterwards. Wondering if you will bring Axl Rotten back in or maybe even go with PCO as Mahoney's equaliser. Would be an interesting change of direction.

    - November 2 Remember!!! November 5th!! Fireworks expected!!!

    - RVD's neck is not broken!!! That is good to hear. Hopefully he actually comes back.

    - Hopeful that now TNN is out that the programmind does turn to proper fresh content from you. Had to double check what was going on after Styles said RVD was injured yet then teaming up in the main event haha.

    Overall I liked the fresh content that was on show. Da Baldies made an impact. Credible said his piece. Would have been nice for Rhino to have said something, but alas I guess it can wait till next week. I've slacked a bit in the feedback department Stoj and I apologise for that. Good to see you still pumping shows out and I'll continue to read and more importantly review your top quality work. Keep it up!!!

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