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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Jesus, didn't realize you had posted two shows since my last review!

    10-28-2000.


    DAMN! Hell of a way to start a show, FLAMING TABLE!!

    Triple threat to decide the number one contender should be good. Definitely expecting Lynn to get the win.

    Good win for Kash, then he gets beat down. Roadkill and Doring make the save. All out chaos goes on every week and I love reading it.

    November 5th!?! So close!!

    Roadkill and Doring pick up the win following the brawl, nice little match ( with a Spike appearance ) to calm things down.


    Good CW promo to set up the main event of the night.

    RHINO!!!!! Continuing his squash matches, still loving what you are doing with Rhino, and the post match promo was gold. New Jack got the hit in tonight, but I fully expect Rhino to go over at November To Remember.

    Super Crazy should be entertaining to read about in this!

    Good triple threat match, not as crazy as last weeks four way but still good. Not how I expected things to go, but it does change things up with I'm assuming a triple threat match at November To Remember.

    Yep. Three way. Lynn is understandably pissed, Credible out of nowhere, and then all hell breaks loose!!

    Glad to see Rhino appear again and brawl with Jack.

    ALl four men brawling was a good way to end the show, solid build to the PPV.

    11 - 04 - 2000.

    Quick little match to start the night. The two teams sharing respect. Tajiri gets the win, which is always a plus in my books.

    Very cool backstage segment with Lynn and New Jack. Building the hype to the PPV.

    HA!! Spike getting the quick win with the "Kick to the dick" was great.

    The numbers game takes down Spike but not for long. Second week in a row Roadkill and Doring make the save.

    HUGE MAIN EVENT!! Shocked to see Credible take the first pin, but that is a killer way to build to the PPV with Corino landing a pin on the champ this close to the match. Credible gets revenge, makes perfect sense. New Jack tries to save Lynn but turns into a GORE!! All out anarchy until....SANDMAN!! Where the fuck did he come from? Great closing to the show.

    Didn't see much original ECW tv, but I am assuming "Pulp Fiction" was something they did. Just like the last one, this one did it's job and everyone seemed in character and ready to go!!

    Overall man, can't wait for November To Remember!! The build has been great. Really looking forward to Rhino continuing his dominance and seeing if Credible can ( I think he will ) retain his championship once more!!





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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Haha, just like ranthellacious I have two episodes to review as well.

    28/10/00 review:

    I have no clue who any of these people are but FLAMING FUCKING TABLE!!!

    Joey previewing an awesome main event!

    Good match showing the numbers and interferences. Glad Kash won because again, don't know any of the others.

    Ooooh...I expect a six man tag at November To Remember. Oh damn, and an impromptu tag match. Two losses for Hot Commodity tonight. A sign of things to come??

    Decent promo by CW, dont really know him either but the way he comes across, im not a fan of his. Good writing though.

    Rhino squash, never gets old! Damn dont like seeibg him get showed up, hopefully he smashes New Jack when they face off.

    Loved the ending to the three way. Its really seemed like Lynn and Corino have the most push currently so it was obvious CW wasnt winning but i like this double pin.

    A little disappointed we arent getting a huge Lynn Corino definitive match and just a three way at the PPV after the fact that it was a fourway last week. That being said, i know youll slay this PPV match for sure!!

    More Rhino!!!!

    Good show! Enjoyed the writing as always and you are building a strong PPV.


    04/11/00 review:


    Awesome main event announcement.

    Always good to see my boy Tajiri pick up a win!

    A little last minute thrown together having CW vs. Super Crazy at the PPV but I'm excited what youre going to do with Crazy's return.

    You have this crowd nailed down with the best chants!

    Surprised to see Spike who is clearly very hurt and taking more punishment do two moves and win in under a minute and a half.

    Oh damn, Corino pins the Champion. Big moment for him and the champ is eliminated first. I would have preferred Corino and Rhino win but the ending made absolute sense. Awesome match indeed.

    And of course all out chaos after the match. You always capture this so well.

    Sandman!! Cant wait to see him get into action.

    Pulp Fiction...awesome as always. Really liked the Francine one. Curious if shell jump ship if theres a title change at the PPV.

    I could literally just read a whole show about how you write Rhino. Absolutely my favorite in you BTB right now.

    "Bruno Sammartino can suck my dick".....BRILLIANT! Thats all i have to say.

    Another good show from you. You mentioned it was in recap so I wont harp too much, matches were short. But you built your feuds well here and lots of pulp fiction content to promote the PPV. I can say I am definitely excited for it. Cant wait!!

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    I have no problem with this being recap, it happens and there's still quite a bit to it. Exciting announcement to start, the three way tag match sounds awesome. Though it's odd to hear of Credible and Rhino on different teams, I got very used to them being forced to work together and their awkward tension.


    York and Matthews are still getting cheers, showing their fighting spirit and making it big. I really like the build of them, slowly, into a real competitive team. Unholy Alliance had to win, but nice that York and Matthews got a nice showing and I'm really glad this ended with them leaving without there being any attack after. Attacks are great, have a lot behind them, but with how much extreme goes on here, it's kind of refreshing. I don't expect it to be often, but it's a nice way to go.


    Super Crazy against CW Anderson? I'm in. My only real experience of Crazy is a cruiserweight with the Mexicools, which is frustrating, I'm excited for him to be insane and awesome and this is a really high spot to put him in to start. These two should mesh well, I'd think.


    Lynn with the normal promo, which is great with him, and then New Jack makes things fucked up. I'm enjoying New Jack, I like how unhinged he is and how strange he is. I think it's a great odd couple tag team here, and I'm excited for it. You've gotten me very hyped for New Jack in the past few weeks.


    Hamrick's reason for why his leg is hurt is absolutely hilarious. I love it. Too many one legged squats man. This was such a great pre-match segment. I was laughing, Spike is always fun and then the Hamrick attack got me legitimately pissed just because I was hoping for more ridiculous excuses in the future. Hamrick beating up on Spike after is the right way to go, but Hot Commodity are pretty much jokes at this point and great for just comedy and it's perfect that Spike got the win. The post-match is a nice way to let the faces come out on top, give everyone the happy moment and build that six-man tag for November to Remember. This happening now makes me wary of the end of the show ...


    Huh, Lynn gets the win, how delightful. I really enjoy that you gave us basically two possible main event endings for NtR here. Credible takes out Lynn, gets beat by Corino. Credible takes out Corino, and Lynn gets the win. Gives Lynn and Corino both a nice boost going into it. The post-match is exciting and expected at first, considering Credible took out Corino, he was bound to attack Lynn too.


    This is where it gets really interesting. Jack gets his hands on Credible finally, only for Rhino to GORE the shit out of him out of nowhere, still my favorite part of this. This lets us show the history of Rhino and Credible in this thread, teaming up on Lynn like the good ole days, I absolutely loved that. And then the SANDMAN! He's been randomly coming around for a while now, I wonder if this will get him firmly involved in the title picture now? That was unexpected to me and fantastic, him taking out Rhino, Credible and Corino. I'm excited for what's going to go on with Sandman.


    Pulp Fiction to end the show again, I can dig it here.


    Opening with Lynn here, a bit more sadistic than usual for him. I like it, especially as a follow up to earlier seeing as New Jack said he'd bring it out of him. Nice little hype from Anderson for Crazy. Francine is probably the most interesting part of this in that this has been heavily implied over the past couple months really, and could be fascinating depending on who wins it. Lynn could absolutely turn her away, and I could see her then going crazy from rejection. Meanwhile, Corino could take her and be a bit sleazy, and it could be fascinating to see the descent of Credible from this. I'm curious here.


    FBI with a good little humor in there. Eye Balls is hilarious to me, a decent team up that'll be interesting to see. Team Me with the open challenge, I wonder who comes out for it? Maybe Matthews and York?


    Now the main event of Pulp Fiction. Rhino PUT HIS FIST THROUGH A DAMN WALL! This dude is too hype sometimes. Having not seen Rhino back then, I immediately thought this is the most Mojo Rawley a person could ever be if things weren't PG and it makes for a really, really great character. Over to Credible being worried, I wonder why? Francine? Promo was very good, putting himself over well, made a lot of sense and really makes me think he's guaranteed losing the title and Francine, and I'm so excited to see where his character goes from here, that sharp fall. Corino closes it out, and he should. Dude is the best damn character and I'm still all in on him. The King of Old School becoming the King of Extreme. I cannot wait for this main event, and I cannot tell who is going to win. Lynn or Corino, I'd love either, I'd prefer Corino, but Lynn makes such great sense.


    I commend you on how fantastically you've hyped up November to Remember. I mean, jesus christ. Every single title match has me ecstatic. The fact there's a Flaming Tables match, Super Crazy returns. I'm very excited. This show wasn't perfect, but it was a great way of leading into what I expect to be a fantastic PPV and I cannot wait to keep going and see what happens.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    As always, thanks you all for the feedback. Love you all for it.

    Predictions time!

    ***


    Prediction Contest


    ***


    Current Card for ECW November To Remember

    November 5th, 2000

    Villa Park, Illinois


    ECW Championship:

    Three Way Dance

    Justin Credible defends against Jerry Lynn and Steve Corino


    ECW Television Championship:

    Rhino defends against New Jack


    ECW World Tag Team Championship:

    Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke defend against The Unholy Alliance


    Flaming Tables Match:

    Balls Mahoney and Pierre Carl Oulette vs. Da Baldies


    CW Anderson vs. Super Crazy


    Six Man Tag Team Match:

    Danny Doring, Kid Kash and Roadkill vs. Hot Commodity


    Loser Leaves ECW:

    Chris Chetti vs. Nova


    Open Challenge:

    Team Me vs. ??? ???


    Bonus Questions


    1. Predict the winners


    2. How many matches if any will involve interference?


    3. What will be the longest match of the night?


    4. Who will answer Team Me’s Open Challenge?


    5. Will there be any surprise appearances/returns? If so, who? (one point for correct Y/N answer and one point/one point each for guessing the correct wrestler/wrestlers)

    Prize

    Whoever wins the prediction contest, can name one ECW wrestler currently in the thread and I’ll let you know my plans for them heading into the next PPV.






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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy



    Prediction Contest


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    Current Card for ECW November To Remember

    November 5th, 2000

    Villa Park, Illinois


    ECW Championship:

    Three Way Dance

    Justin Credible defends against Jerry Lynn and Steve Corino


    Credible has had an 'incredible' reign so far don't see why it should end here. Best scenario is Corino eliminates Lynn and Credible cheats to beat Corino... which should drop Lynn out of the title scene.. maybe even see him edge towards turning heel... and then we can have Corino chasing Credible for the title.


    ECW Television Championship:

    Rhino defends against New Jack


    I don't like New Jack. Regardless... Rhino wins!!! Guys on too much of a hot streak to lose here. Will stay strong until RVD's return.


    ECW World Tag Team Championship:

    Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke defend against The Unholy Alliance


    I love The Unholy Alliance... but part of me thinks FBI are more suited to the division and have better challengers in the form of Balls/Pierre and Doring/Roadkill to continue with. Tajiri is the stand out man in that team though so hopefully Whipwreck takes the fall.


    Flaming Tables Match:
    Balls Mahoney and Pierre Carl Oulette vs. Da Baldies

    Going with the new team here as I feel Da Baldies were built up to be fed to them.


    CW Anderson vs. Super Crazy


    Going against my head with this one as I love Super Crazy. CW has just come out of World Title qualifiers and matches. Despite the losses another defeat could be damaging. Oh well.



    Six Man Tag Team Match:

    Danny Doring, Kid Kash and Roadkill vs. Hot Commodity


    Like I said earlier Doring/Roadkill are the better challenge for FBI whilst Hot Com are glorified jobbers.


    Loser Leaves ECW:

    Chris Chetti vs. Nova


    Because Simon Dean said so.


    Open Challenge:

    Team Me vs. ??? ???

    Hope this is someone like Public Enemy. The Eliminators would be nice but Saturn would not be allowed out of his contract by WWF. Hopefully a new team that can improve the blossoming tag division further.


    Bonus Questions


    1. Predict the winners


    2. How many matches if any will involve interference?


    4


    3. What will be the longest match of the night?


    3-Way Dance


    4. Who will answer Team Me’s Open Challenge?


    Public Enemy


    5. Will there be any surprise appearances/returns? If so, who? (one point for correct Y/N answer and one point/one point each for guessing the correct wrestler/wrestlers)

    Yes -
    The Sandman
    Tommy Dreamer








    Good luck Stojy... I'm super stoked for this... especially the main event!!!


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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Quote Originally Posted by stojy View Post
    As always, thanks you all for the feedback. Love you all for it.

    Predictions time!

    ***


    Prediction Contest


    ***


    Current Card for ECW November To Remember

    November 5th, 2000

    Villa Park, Illinois


    ECW Championship:

    Three Way Dance

    Justin Credible defends against Jerry Lynn and Steve Corino


    ECW Television Championship:

    Rhino defends against New Jack


    ECW World Tag Team Championship:

    Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke defend against The Unholy Alliance


    Flaming Tables Match:

    Balls Mahoney and Pierre Carl Oulette vs. Da Baldies


    CW Anderson vs. Super Crazy


    Six Man Tag Team Match:

    Danny Doring, Kid Kash and Roadkill vs. Hot Commodity


    Loser Leaves ECW:

    Chris Chetti vs. Nova


    Open Challenge:

    Team Me vs. ??? ???


    Bonus Questions


    1. Predict the winners


    2. How many matches if any will involve interference?


    3. What will be the longest match of the night?


    4. Who will answer Team Me’s Open Challenge?


    5. Will there be any surprise appearances/returns? If so, who? (one point for correct Y/N answer and one point/one point each for guessing the correct wrestler/wrestlers)

    Prize

    Whoever wins the prediction contest, can name one ECW wrestler currently in the thread and I’ll let you know my plans for them heading into the next PPV.
    1. Justin Credible
    Rhino
    Unholy Alliance
    Balls/PCO
    Super Crazy
    Doring/Kash/Roadkill
    Nova
    Team Me

    2. 3

    3. ECW Championship

    4. Matthews & York

    5. Yes. Sandman & RVD.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Quick comments on the go-home show;

    Nice win for the Unholy Alliance heading into N2R, giving Matthews and York some rub by it being a competitive match, and the show of respect once it was over. With Matthews and York getting pretty consistent use on these shows, and the fact they’re a pretty decent team, I’d expect their role to increase in the coming months … if ECW survives long enough for them to thrive, of course.

    Would’ve expected Super Crazy to be paired with another crazy type of high flyer for his return to ECW, but as a CW Anderson fan, it’s never a bad thing to see him get a PPV booking.

    Lynn & New Jack might well be the most odd-couple of all the odd-couple teams in wrestling history. The pure wrestler and the garbage brawler. As much as I’ve noted my displeasure at New Jack getting to work with the imperious Rhino, I liked him running down all his enemies tonight. The line about old school to him meaning sticking a screwdriver in someones skull and twisting it - lol.

    Cool little fake injury angle with Hamrick. It furthers the story of Hot Commodity trying every trick in the book, looking to outdo Spike, even when he bans the rest of the group from ringside. Funny still that the plan backfired on Hamrick. The run ins after the match will lead in perfectly for the 6 man tag on the PPV.

    Does seem a peculiar move for Sandman to both A) Not be booked on the biggest PPV of the year, and B) be the last man standing over the guys are booked on the PPV … but for whatever reason, I still liked it. I guess with a character like The Sandman and his incredible personality within ECW, you can do peculiar things like that and it still works.

    Highlights of the Pulp Fiction segments; Eye Balls being christened, and Rhino putting his fist through a fucking wall like the maniac he is, before the immortal line of “You‘ll tattoo my name on your prick”.


    ***

    ***


    Prediction Contest


    I think I’d be cheating if I didn’t post my original predictions from many moons ago in a forum far far away…
    ***


    Current Card for ECW November To Remember

    November 5th, 2000
    Villa Park, Illinois


    ECW Championship:

    Three Way Dance
    Justin Credible defends against Jerry Lynn and Steve Corino

    If Lynn was going to win it, it would've happened last month. The switch to Corino is possible, but I just love what you've got going with Credible at the moment. Corino pinning Credible on the go-home too seals it for me.

    ECW Television Championship:
    Rhino defends against New Jack

    New Jack is a joke. Not a fan of this match or angle tbh. For N2R, Rhino vs RVD again seemed like a no-brainer. Rhino to retain in a wild arena wide brawl. Because New Jack cant have an actual match.



    ECW World Tag Team Championship:

    Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke defend against The Unholy Alliance

    Feel like there should be a title change somewhere. The Unholy Alliance are much more interesting to go with imo.


    Flaming Tables Match:

    Balls Mahoney and Pierre Carl Oulette vs. Da Baldies

    The Eye-Balls. Best team name in BTB. Ever. I think. If they're getting a team name, they're sticking together for a while. And they'll need a win.


    CW Anderson
    vs. Super Crazy

    Not a lot to go off for this one. Think there's probably more upside with CW.


    Six Man Tag Team Match:

    Danny Doring, Kid Kash and Roadkill vs. Hot Commodity

    Faces had the upper hand on the go-home show. Heels win at the PPV.


    Loser Leaves ECW:

    Chris Chetti vs. Nova

    Not sure why the Loser Leaves tag is strapped to this one. There's been very little importance put on the match. Neither man appeared on the go-home show, and the match was just randomly announced the week before. No heat. Just picked the guy I know more about.





    Open Challenge:

    Team Me vs. ??? ???

    I have LOD in my head. I'm guessing it'll be a team less iconic given the troubles ECW are having.


    Bonus Questions
    1. Predict the winners

    Done.


    2. How many matches if any will involve interference?

    3


    3. What will be the longest match of the night?

    ECW Title 3 Way Dance.


    4. Who will answer Team Me’s Open Challenge?

    Complete guess; LOD.


    5. Will there be any surprise appearances/returns? If so, who? (one point for correct Y/N answer and one point/one point each for guessing the correct wrestler/wrestlers)

    Yes. RVD (if that counts?)
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    ECW November To Remember
    November 5th, 2000
    Villa Park, Illinois


    The biggest show of the year opens up with one of the men who will challenge for the ECW Championship in tonight’s main event, JERRY LYNN standing by himself in the back. Lynn has a pretty intense look on his face, matching his more aggressive demeanour of the last few weeks as the fans cheer for him from inside the arena.

    Jerry Lynn: My entire career has been based around being the next champion or the next top guy in the business. Even since I stepped foot in an ECW arena for the first time, I’ve been the uncrowned champion. It doesn’t matter what way anybody looked at, I have been the uncrowned people’s and television champion.

    Lynn pauses, a bitterish smirk on his face as he shakes his head before continuing.

    Jerry Lynn: It’s funny because I initially I took pride in being one of the best, but that’s not good enough anymore. Despite my best efforts over the past month, I’ve now become the uncrowned ECW World Heavyweight Champion and it’s still not good enough.

    The focused challenger pauses, staring right into the camera.

    Jerry Lynn: Enough is enough, I WANT A FUCKING CROWN!!!

    Gasps and cheers from the extreme fans, as Jerry looks as serious as ever.

    Jerry Lynn: I am on the best run of my career and I’ve walked over every obstacle that has been put in my path. I’ve beaten everybody who has been put in front of me. It doesn’t matter who it was, whether they were in The Network or whether they weren’t, if they stepped inside the ring with me, they lost.

    The clearly obsessed Lynn runs his hands through his hair in a show of frustration.

    Jerry Lynn: Despite all the wins I’ve had over the past couple of months, when it came time to win the title, I was screwed, but that won’t happen tonight...

    JL actually begins to smile slightly for the first time tonight.

    Jerry Lynn: Because tonight is the night where it’s finally going to happen. Tonight is the night where I finally get what I deserve because I will leave this arena as the ECW Heavyweight Champion of the world.

    The title hungry Lynn now has a toothy grin on his face, imagining what could be as we cut away.

    ...

    We now cut to a separate area in the back where the other man who will challenge for the ECW Championship tonight, STEVE CORINO is standing by, as always flanked by his trusty sidekick, JACK VICTORY. Despite the high stakes of tonight’s main event, Corino seems pretty relaxed, whilst Victory is simply grinning from ear to ear. All of a sudden, Corino closes his eyes, a look of pure ecstasy on his face.

    Steve Corino: It’s finally here folks. Tonight is the night.

    Corino and Victory both nod, positive moods all around.

    Steve Corino: Actually you know what Jack? Before I really begin to get into the finer details of tonight, I’m going to give you this time to go ahead and get... It out of the way.

    ‘The King of Old School’ is now looking at a confused Jack Victory with a serious look on his face.

    Steve Corino: I know how much you love to do it and with the roll I’m about to get on, this might be your only chance of the night to do it.

    Steve is chuckling to himself a little now, as Victory gets a shit eating grin on his face, understanding what his friend means. Victory throws up the ‘V’.

    Jack Victory: HIGH SPOT!!!

    Epic pop from the fans as both guys can’t help but get giddy, sharing a high five.

    Steve Corino: Oh yeah, baby! Now I know a lot of people are probably shocked at just how confident I am tonight, but who can really blame me? I mean the first guy I’m up against the ECW Champion Justin Credible and the only reason why he has the title in the first place is because of everything I built with The Network.

    No more smiles as Corino shakes his head frustrated that Credible is the champion.

    Steve Corino: With The Network being done, Credible is slipping... And as for Jerry Lynn, he’s basically a time waster in this match. Jerry Lynn isn’t the ECW Champion because he’s a loser. Throughout his entire career, he’s never been able to win the big one.

    The confident Corino almost has a look of pity on his face for Lynn, whilst Jack enjoys the mention of Lynn’s misfortune.

    Steve Corino: Now let’s compare their sad, unsuccessful stories to my story. I think it’s safe to say that over this past year in ECW, I’ve grown up more than I ever thought possible.

    He pauses, mulling over his own development, rubbing his chin as he does so.

    Steve Corino: I mean in one year, just one year, I’ve gone from being right down the bottom of the barrel to now being the cream of the crop...

    Jack Victory nods along in agreement.

    Steve Corino: This type of drastic improvement doesn’t happen in the space of one year, unless you’re me. I’ve gone from being a laughing stock to being labelled the next ECW World Heavyweight Champion!

    Corino smirks again now, signalling with his hands that the ECW title will soon be around his waist.

    Steve Corino: Jerry Lynn can whinge and nag and bitch and complain about being the supposed uncrowned champion...

    SC rolls his eyes as Victory snickers in the background.

    Steve Corino: Well be prepared for déjà vu tonight, Jerry because nothing is changing.

    Steve shakes his head, reiterating the word ‘nothing’.

    Steve Corino: The current ECW Champion can’t win a single match without the help from his little whore or The Network, yet he wants to run his mouth and TALK about being the greatest of all time?

    The King shakes his head, not believing the so called audacity of the champ.

    Steve Corino: Tonight I prove two things. I prove that talk is cheap and that Justin Credible is cheap because the only thing he does is talk.

    Big time pop from the fans for the insults directed at Lynn, as Corino remains focused, yet confident.

    Steve Corino: Tonight, the odds are even between all three of us. The odds are even, there’s no stacked deck against anybody but don’t be confused, I am the favourite... And just in case things do veer off track, the King of Old School has something up his sleeve.

    Corino lets out a big grin now as Victory lamely pretends to be trying to find something in Corino’s t-shirt sleeve. The two continue to be in good spirits, ready for that ECW Championship to join their camp as we cut away...

    ...

    Naturally, having heard from both of the challengers for tonight’s main event, we head to another different area in the back where the ECW Champion JUSTIN CREDIBLE is standing by, with FRANCINE by his side as always. Credible has the title around his waist and he taps it a few times, an arrogant look on his face, as Francine holds his Singapore Cane. Credible can’t even speak initially as the fans are just giving him way too much heat, which causes him to shake his head in frustration.

    Justin Credible: For once in your miserable lives, I need each and every one of you to shut up while the champ is trying to talk...

    Of course Credible gets even more heat for this statement, which irritates him further. The ECW Champion quickly straightens the title around his waist before continuing.

    Justin Credible: You can all hate me as much as you want, just like all of the guys in our locker room hate me, and it’s all because of jealousy. Hell, If I wasn’t me, I’d probably be jealous of me to. I’ve held this ECW Championship for six months, and I’ve been a fighting champion the whole time. I’ve kept up the hardest schedule of any ECW Champion in history.

    Francine smirks as she strokes the Singapore Cane and Credible gets a pompous look on his face due to his title reign.

    Justin Credible: Just to further prove my point, I’ll compare my title reign with the reign of some of the former ECW Champions that most people consider legendary. I’ve already defended this title more times than Raven did throughout his entire title reign, and I haven’t needed the entire locker room to run out and save my ass either.

    Boos from the fans as everybody knows Credible has had help throughout his reign. Credible and Francine both ignore the fans response and the champ continues.

    Justin Credible: Unlike the supposed franchise of ECW, Shane Douglas...

    The champion gets red faced in anger because the fans ERUPT with cheers for the mention of Shane Douglas.

    Justin Credible: I don’t duck challenges. I’m the only Franchise of ECW there ever has been, that’s why I come out here night after night, week after week and I defend this title more than once every four months.

    More heat for the dig at Douglas but the cool, calm and collected champ just chuckles to himself.

    Justin Credible: Oh and well we’re on the topic, I guess another reason why I’m different to Shane Douglas is because I’m not a washed up has been.

    Even Francine gets in on the giggles with her man now, as the fans continue to shower them with heat.

    Justin Credible: Unlike that angry little midget Taz...

    EPIC POP FOR TAZZ~!This gets Credible angry again.

    Justin Credible: I haven’t sat on my ass and done nothing waiting for my next big pay per view match. I’ve fought ACTUAL world class competition on and off of pay per view.

    The ECW power couple nod along with Credible’s words, as JC takes a moment to have a deep breath.

    Justin Credible: Finally, unlike that dirty, turncoat Mike Awesome...

    Close to the loudest crowd reaction in pro wrestling history as the fans almost riot at the mention of Mike Awesome. The boo’s for awesome are still ringing out when Credible just begins speaking over them.

    Justin Credible: I’M NOT FUCKING GOING ANYWHERE!!!

    The fans finally die down again, which means the champ won’t have to yell over them again. It’s clear that despite some of the unwanted crowd noise, Credible and Francine are both still in great moods.

    Justin Credible: I promise each and every one of you that I am only going to get better. These past six months are just the beginning.

    Credible pauses with a smirk, as an agreeing Francine rubs a hand on his chest.

    Justin Credible: This isn’t just talk, this is fact. I’m the best in this company by a long way and with the current state of my competition; there isn’t an end in sight to my reign as champion!

    More heat from the fans but the confident champion doesn’t mind.

    Justin Credible: One on one, two on two, three way dance match, it just doesn’t matter. No matter what gets thrown at me tonight, Justin Credible will still be the ECW World Heavyweight Champion tomorrow on November sixth.

    Francine nods along matter of factly, as JS adjusts the ECW Championship around his waist one last time.

    Justin Credible: Tonight will just be remembered as yet another successful night in the epic title reign of yours truly. Tonight’s November to Remember will be remembered as just incredible!

    The ECW Champion Justin Credible taps his title before walking away, and Francine follows. The fans continue to give a little bit of heat from inside the arena as Credible and Francine remain in the back.

    ...

    For the first time tonight we are now at ringside where those epic “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA” chants can be heard from the passionate fans. Inside the ring, ‘The Voice Of ECW’ JOEY STYLES and his broadcast colleague JOEL GERTNER stand by patiently, waiting for the audience to die down so they can formally welcome everybody to the show.

    Joey Styles: Hello everybody and welcome to ECW November To Remember two thousand! I’m Joey Styles and standing next to me as always, is my controversial friend and broadcast colleague, Joel Gertner!

    Joel Gertner: Thanks for that, Joey, and what a card we have lined up tonight. It’s about as unbelievably great as my sex life.

    Joey Styles: Villa Park, Illinois is home to the land of the extreme tonight in what is our biggest show of the year. The matches we’ve got to look forward to tonight are some of the best you’ll ever see, including tonight’s main ev-...

    ***Simon Says*** interrupts Styles and the fans can’t help but groan as TEAM ME, consisting of SIMON DIAMOND and JOHNNY SWINGER make their way out from the back. Joey and Joel both remain standing in the ring, looking incredibly confused at this unscheduled appearance. Diamond and Swinger both look to be in fairly pissed off moods, hurling insults right back at the ECW faithful as they step inside the ring. Joey Styles asks “what are you doing out here” and Diamond grabs a microphone, preparing to explain himself.

    Simon Diamond: I’m sorry to interrupt you both, I really am but I’ve got something much more important than the introduction to tonight’s show to discuss. I’m out here tonight because I want to know what the hell I need to do to get some respect around here.

    The leader of Team Me is obviously in an angry mood, and Swinger seems to be on the same page as well. There are some insulting cat calls from the ECW fans who want to get on with the show, as the commentary duo shrug, not knowing how to answer Diamond’s question.

    Simon Diamond: They say that actions speak louder than words, but our actions over the past month have been louder than anybody’s, yet we still don’t get given a match on the biggest card of the year. I thought after making it to the finals of the ECW Tag Team Championship Tournament that maybe we’d get the respect that we deserve... But I was wrong. I thought maybe after destroying Danny Doring and Roadkill at Anarchy Rulz last month that we’d get the respect that we deserve... But once again, I was wrong.

    Team Me aren’t happy as they both have scowls on their faces, as the fans boo Diamond’s slightly skewed version of events.

    Simon Diamond: We even went one step further and did something that nobody has ever achieved before. WE INJURED TOMMY DREAMER TO MAKE HIM MISS NOVEMER TO REMEMBER FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER!!!

    Big time heat for the mention of the Dreamer attack, but Diamond ignores it, now paying more attention to Styles and Gertner.

    Simon Diamond: But, no. We still don’t get the respect that we deserve.

    More boos from the fans, whilst Diamond pauses. Team Me now seem to be focusing on Gertner as Diamond continues.

    Simon Diamond: One of the greatest icons of this company, Tommy Dreamer hasn’t wrestled in ten weeks. His career is over and I was the one who made it happen.

    Illinois is only getting more frustrated with the equally as frustrated Diamond.

    Simon Diamond: Despite the impact Tommy Dreamer’s career being finished has on ECW, it’s still never getting mentioned by anybody on television.

    Diamond pauses, with him and Swinger now both shooting daggers at Joel Gertner, as Styles just looks on awkwardly.

    Simon Diamond: So Joel, how about from now on instead of coming up with your lame sexual innuendos, you actually begin telling people how good Team Me are!

    Both members of Team Me step menacingly towards Gertner, ignoring the heat from the fans once again. As Team Me get closer, Gertner puts his hands up innocently before speaking.

    Joel Gertner: Whoa, whoa, whoa. I can understand that you’re upset at not having a match tonight, but that’s not my fault. I put you over on television all the time.

    Gertner stops, taking a breath and seeing if his words have any affect. Team Me just watch him intently, allowing him to continue.

    Joel Gertner: Your team, your attitude, I think your gimmick is great.

    The commentator nods along with his own words, hoping that convinces Team Me to back off.

    Joel Gertner: I mean I love your entrance music and I even like your ring name...

    A few laughs from the fans as Diamond and Swinger’s expression lighten a little. They begin speaking amongst themselves, perhaps contemplating not doing anything to Joel.

    Joel Gertner: Yeah, that ring name is great! What was the name again? I can’t remember because you’re nothing but two undercard jamokes!

    Epic pop from the fans as Gertner laughs out loud... ONLY TO GET DROPPED ON HIS ASS BY A SHARP RIGHT HAND FROM SIMON DIAMOND!!!

    The mood in the arena completely changes, as now the fans boo the hell out of Diamond. Simon yells at Joel, “IS IT FUNNY NOW”, as Swinger heads outside of the ring.

    Swinger grabs a steel chair from ringside and slides back into the ring. As he enters the ring, Joey Styles exits from the other side, unable to stop Diamond from stomping all over Gertner.

    Diamond mercilessly begins lifting the dead weight of Gertner up, as Swinger cocks the steel chair like a baseball player. Swinger is ready to land the deadly shot, when HE GETS TACKLED FROM BEHIND BY TOMMY DREAMER!!!

    HOLY SHIT!!! The fans go ape shit at the surprise as Dreamer, despite still clearly being injured, mounts Swinger and hammers away.

    A furious Simon Diamond drags Dreamer off of Swinger, ONLY TO GET KICKED IN THE GUT AND DROPPED WITH A CLOTHESLINE!!!

    With the appreciative fans marking out, Dreamer lets out a roar and the ‘Raven’ pose, and then turns STRAIGHT INTO A SPINEBUSTER BY CW ANDERSON!!!

    The mood in the arena deflates again as Dreamer is down, and a vicious CW Anderson just smirks at him from above.

    Team Me are back up now to, and THE THREE ALL BEGIN STOMPING THE HELL OUT OF DREAMER, much to the crowd’s dismay.

    The beating continues UNTIL CHRISTIAN YORK and JOEY MATTHEWS sprint down the ramp, ready to make the save.

    They sprint into the ring and meet Team Me, immediately peppering them with right hands. York backs up Diamond and Matthews backs up Swinger... BEFORE THEY LAND IN SYNC DROPKICKS WHICH SEND BOTH MEMBERS OF TEAM ME TUMBLING TO THE OUTSIDE OF THE RING!!!

    CW Anderson continues to punish Dreamer, until Matthews picks up the steel chair and makes towards them. CW spots Matthews at the last second and rolls under the bottom rope.

    York and Matthews quickly check on Tommy, before York yells at Team Me, “Consider your open challenge accepted”.

    With those words,Team Me nod as the fans cheer for the impromptu match we are supposed to see. As a referee (for the match) and medics (for Dreamer) make their way out to the ring, CW Anderson slowly saunters to the back.

    Once Dreamer begins being cleared from ringside, the referee slides into the ring and calls for the bell.

    Match One
    Team Me’s Open Challenge
    Christian York and Joey Matthews vs. Team Me w/CW Anderson


    This match is basically remaining pretty similar to what actually occurred on the pay per view in real life. Team Me’s fury for the interference in their attack on Dreamer dominates the contest early, before they begin getting far too cocky, toying with the up and coming York and Matthews.


    Eventually Team Me take their eyes completely off of the ball and York and Matthews are able to make a come back. They use their high risk, fast paced style to really challenge Team Me, keeping them off balance.


    York and Matthews actually look prepared to gain their first really big pay per view win when Joey Matthews is RIPPED OFF OF THE APRON AND DROPPED WITH AN ANDERSON SPINEBUSTER ON THE CONCRETE FLOOR BY CW ANDERSON!!!


    CW ignores the heat from the fans and instead dusts himself off, staring down at the out of it Matthews.With his back turned to the ring... ANDERSON GETS CLOBBERED WITH A BASEBALL SLIDE BY CHRISTIAN YORK!!!


    Anderson crumbles to the floor and York gets back inside of the ring, however the numbers game is just too much. TEAM ME DROP YORK WITH THE PROBLEM SOLVER BEFORE SIMON DIAMOND HOOKS THE LEG...1...2...3!!!


    WINNERS –Team Me by pinfall @ 5:20


    The bell rings and Simon Diamond and Johnny Swinger have their hands raised by the referee. The crowd already hate on the victors, however it only gets worse when CW Anderson joins them in the ring.

    Holding the back of his head from the blow he received earlier, Anderson is happy for his friends but he’s furious at York. Anderson tells Team Me, “let’s really teach him a lesson”.

    With Matthews down on the outside, the three men all begin stomping the life out of Christian York.

    Boo’s ring out from the fans as Team Me are slowly lifting York up, and it looks as if Anderson is preparing for the Superkick!

    Team Me get him up...BUT CW ANDERSON IS TRIPPED AND PULLED FROM THE RING BY THE RETURNING SUPER CRAZY!!!

    Anderson is too shocked to react... SO CRAZY SENDS HIM BACK FIRST INTO THE CROWD BARRICADE!!!

    Crazy then slides into the ring, and Team Me drop York to focus on Crazy... WHO TAKES THEM BOTH DOWN WITH A ROLLING DOUBLE CLOTHESLINE!!!

    They both bounce back to their feet and look at Crazy, who just sticks his tongue out and yells. Swinger cracks it and charges at Crazy... AND SUPER BACKDROPS HIM OVER THE TOP ROPE AND TO THE OUTSIDE!!!

    Swinger sees his friend get manhandled and decides to just slide out of the ring on his own accord.

    With Super Crazy left standing triumphantly inside the ring, mixed chants of “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA” and “SUPER CRAZY”, “SUPER CRAZY”, “SUPER CRAZY” damn near causing the arena to shake.

    Team Me have had enough, as have York and Matthews but Anderson shrugs his friends off and steps back into the ring to go nose to nose with Crazy.

    Anderson yells, “YOU REALLY WANNA’ DO THIS” and the chances are ‘The Extreme Luchador’ doesn’t understand what Anderson asked, but he’s still not backing down.

    The fans continue to cheer so yet another referee sprints towards the ring and it looks like we have our second impromptu match of the night.

    Match Two
    CW Anderson vs. Super Crazy


    The referee calls for the bell as Anderson prepares to lock up, but Super Crazy keeps eyeing off Team Me who haven’t left ringside. With the audience getting agitated at Crazy not being focused, the referee calling the match makes a signal to the back, and security actually come out and escort Team Me to the backstage area. Now that his support is no longer with him, Anderson lets out a yell, red in the face, as Super Crazy just laughs at CW. Anderson charges forward but he runs straight into an Arm Drag... He bounces back to his feet and then walks into a Hip Toss, followed by a Dropkick! This time Anderson doesn’t bounce straight back to his feet, but the quicker, ‘Extreme Luchador’ immediately drags Anderson back to his feet. Crazy attempts an Irish whip but CW reverses, sending Crazy into the ropes, and CW ducks his head, and Crazy is able to land a Head scissors Takedown. Crazy gets up and pumps his chest to the fans who react by chanting “SUPER CRAZY”, “SUPER CRAZY”, “SUPER CRAZY”! CW slams the mat in frustration and instead of getting to his feet; he rolls underneath the bottom rope for a breather. Anderson turns his back on the ring, arguing with a fan at ringside, but SUPER CRAZY COMES LEAPING OVER THE TOP ROPE AND LANDS A PLANCHA ON CW ANDERSON OUTSIDE OF THE RING!!!

    Big time pop as the “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants come out for the first time in this match. Crazy immediately brings a dazed CW back to his feet, and lands a few right hands, before rolling him back inside the ring. The Mexican pauses for a moment, shaking out his left arm, which he seems to have landed awkwardly on, before he jumps back onto the apron. Crazy begins to step through the ropes... WHEN ANDERSON KICKS THE MIDDLE ROPE STRAIGHT INTO CRAZY’S DICK!!!


    Every single person inside the arena lets out a groan, but it’s not as loud as Super Crazy’s. He remains hunched over the middle rope, gasping for air, when CW comes over and with Crazy’s feet still dangling on the second rope, HE DRILLS CRAZY TO THE CANVAS WITH DIVORCE COURT!!!


    Crazy clutches at his left arm, remaining down on the canvas, as Anderson now takes a moment or two to shake out the cobwebs from the initial fast paced attack. CW looks at Crazy with absolute disdain before he drags him up by the air and wrings Crazy’s arm, maintaining a wrist lock. Anderson then uses his power to drag Crazy towards him quickly, landing a Shoulder Block to the injured limb, without breaking the wrist lock. Crazy attempts to clutch at his arm and fall to a knee, but Anderson keeps his grip on tight and drags Crazy in for a second high velocity Shoulder Block, which is quickly followed by a third. With Crazy struggling to defend himself, CW transitions the Wrist Lock into a Fireman’s Carry and drops Crazy into an Arm Breaker. The Mexican rolls around in absolute agony and CW quickly attempts an arm bar, but Crazy manages to get his other hand wrapped around the bottom rope. The referee forces the break but Anderson just immediately drags Crazy to his feet, places him in the corner and wraps Crazy’s left arm around the top rope. He bends and stretches the arm in ways it shouldn’t bend, utilising the referees five count. CW then just grabs Crazy’s arm and rams it straight into the turnbuckle, before landing several left hands to the face of Crazy. Anderson walks to the other side of the ring before sprinting towards the corner and Super Crazy, but Crazy gets a boot into the face of Anderson. CW is stunned and staggers around the ring, holding his jaw, before he turns straight into a Superkick! Both men remain down until Crazy uses the ropes to get back to his feet. Anderson manages to sit up, but Crazy meets him with a hard kick right to the spine! The sound echoes throughout the entire arena as Anderson lets out a scream of pain, and Crazy follows up with a second and third brutal kick to the spine. ‘The Extreme Luchador’ then heads up to the top rope, and he waits for Anderson to get up, and CW does, albeit still clutching his back, and Crazy comes off of the top rope with a Crossbody! Crazy rolls through and is right back to his feet, and somehow Anderson gets straight back up as well, so Crazy charges at him again, however CW sidesteps and lands another Divorce Court!!! This time CW keeps Crazy on the mat, mounting him and landing some brutal punches before he holds Crazy’s left hand, isolating and repetitively stomping all over it. Eventually Anderson brings Crazy to his feet and hoists him up to sit on the top rope. Anderson climbs up after him and looks to attempt a Superplex, but Crazy lands a few quick punches to the ribs, before pushing CW off of the middle rope. Anderson lands on his feet and climbs right back up to the middle rope... ONLY FOR SUPER CRAZY TO GRAB HIM AND JUMP UP LANDING A SUNSET FLIP POWERBOMB!!!


    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants immediately happen from the fans, as Crazy remains in seated position for the cover...


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    NO! CW SHOOTS A SHOULDER OFF OF THE CANVAS
    !!!!!


    Super throws his head back in exasperation, but he realises he needs to stay on his man. Anderson crawls to the ropes and starts getting up pretty quickly, so Crazy hammers him with a few right forearms to the face, before sending him back to the canvas with a Scoop Slam. Crazy then holds up three fingers, BEFORE QUICKLY LEAPING TO THE BOTTOM ROPE... AND LANDING THE BOTTOM ROPE MOONSAULT!!!


    Crazy bounces right back up and sprints to the corner... MIDDLE ROPE MOONSAULT LANDS!!!


    Crazy is lightening fast back to his feet again, sprinting to the corner one last time... TOP ROPE MOONSAULT... BUT ANDERSON ROLLS OUT OF THE WAY!!!


    Both men remain down feeling the effects of the match, as the ECW faithful urge Super Crazy to get to his feet. At this point, the ropes are used by both men to get up, as CW gets up; however Crazy is still stuck on one knee. As Anderson begins walking towards Crazy, he gets back to his feet, but CW looks to meet him with a left hand, but Crazy ducks and SPRINGBOARDS OFF OF THE SECOND ROPE WITH AN ASAI MOONSAULT!!!

    Those famous “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants echo throughout the arena again as Crazy now rolls under the bottom rope, and gets back to his feet on the ring apron. He has his hands clasped around the top rope, waiting for CW Anderson to get up. CW manages to stagger to one knee... BEFORE CRAZY SPRINGBOARDS... BUT ANDERSON EXPLODES OUT OF NOWHERE AND CATCHES CRAZY WITH THAT DEADLY LEFT HAND!!!


    Anderson has clearly had enough; furious looking as he roughly pulls Crazy up by the hair... AND SENDS HIM SMASHING BACK DOWN TO THE CANVAS WITH THE FERRIS WHEEL SUPLEX!!!


    CW then shoves a forearm into Crazy’s jaw and roughly hooks a leg...


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    NO! CRAZY MANAGES TO ROLL A SHOULDER OFF OF THE CANVAS
    !!!!!


    CW Anderson slaps the mat in frustration, asking the referee if that was a three count, but the referee confirms it’s a two count. Anderson eventually gets back to his feet, before dragging Crazy up by the hair and leaning him against the ropes. Anderson then leans back and begins peppering Crazy with some brutal left hand punches. With Crazy all spaghetti legged, CW puts his thumb across his throat, signalling that it’s all over. Anderson sends Super Crazy into the ropes and when Crazy comes back... ANDERSON LIFTS CRAZY UP FOR THE ANDERSON SPINEBUSTER!!! NO!!! SUPER CRAZY REVERSES IT INTO A SWINGING DDT!!!


    The fans mark out for the big reversal as neither man moves right away, with the referee checking to make sure both competitors are alive. Eventually, the urging of the fans allows Crazy to drape an arm over the chest of Anderson...


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    NO! CW JUST GETS A SHOULDER UP BEFORE THE REFEREE GETS THE THREE COUNT
    !!!!!


    This time both men remain down on the canvas, with Crazy especially feeling the effects of the match, still trying to shake the pain out of his arm. CW Anderson and Crazy both use the ropes to lift themselves up, and CW charges, looking for a Double Axe Handle until Super kicks CW in the gut. CW clutches at his midsection and Crazy looks for a Powerbomb, but Anderson blocks it. Crazy stops trying to lift him, and swings wildly with lefts and rights to Anderson’s back, before he attempts the Powerbomb again, but this time he lands it! With CW down, Crazy heads up to the top rope, with the fans cheering him on... AND CRAZY LEAPS OFF OF THE TOP ROPE WITH A MOONSAULT!!!


    BUT HE GETS NOTHING BUT KNEES AS CW GETS HIS KNEES UP AT THE POINT OF IMPACT!!!


    Anderson clutches at his back as he works his way to his feet, before just stalking Crazy, waiting for him to get up. The gutsy Mexican uses the ropes to pull himself up, before he turns straight into a left hand from CW. The left sends Crazy staggering into the ropes and he comes back and cops another left, before he bounces off the ropes and swings wildly with a Clothesline. CW DUCKS... AND TAKES CRAZY’S HEAD OFF WITH A SUPERKICK!!!


    Anderson holds his back one last time, before hooking both legs tightly...


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    NO! SUPER CRAZY SHOOTS A SHOULDER OFF OF THE MAT
    !!!!!


    CW is visibly frustrated again, before he gets up and begins viciously stomping all over the injured left arm of Super Crazy. The stomping continues, with Crazy screaming in absolute agony, until CW stops, drops to the mat and locks in the Anderson Armbar! Super Crazy screams in pain as Anderson positions his feet against the ropes, to ensure Crazy can’t touch them. Anderson is a picture of intensity, really wrenching on the arm, with Crazy continuing to scream. Crazy puts his right arm up, looking like his ready to tap, until he manages to monkey roll and get himself in a position where he can reach the bottom rope! Anderson continues to bend the arm, until the referee forces him to break the hold at the count of four and a half. CW gets to his feet and begins yelling at the referee; however the referee stands his ground and yells back. As this is happening, a battered Super Crazy manages to crawl underneath the bottom rope and end up on the ring apron. With the argument complete, Anderson turns back to Crazy and he leans over the ropes and puts Crazy in a Front Face Lock and hoists Crazy up onto the top rope. CW climbs up to the top rope however Crazy meets him with a sharp head butt to the bridge of the nose, and follows it up with four more. Anderson is dazed now, clinging onto the ropes to stay up, and SUPER CRAZY SUNSET FLIPS OFF OF THE TOP ROPE... AND THEN TURNS INTO A LIGER BOMB FROM THE TOP ROPE!!!


    CW Anderson is down and out after that, as the fans go ape shit, chanting “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”. CW still isn’t moving as Super Crazy moves straight from the finish of the Liger Bomb, not attempting a cover. Crazy heads up to the top rope yet again... LEAPS OFF AND FINALLY LANDS THE TOP ROPE MOONSAULT!!!


    More cheers from the fans as Crazy grabs at his ribs, unable to capitalise straight away. Still grimacing in pain, Super Crazy manages to crawl on top of Anderson and hook a leg...


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    WINNER – Super Crazy by pinfall @ 10:45

    The bell rings and the fans cheer loudly as Super Crazy, feeling the adrenaline, bounces to his feet and leaps up to the top rope.

    He jumps back down and the referee is finally able to raise his hand in victory, as CW Anderson remains completely unmoving in the middle of the ring.

    As Super Crazy continues to celebrate, the commentators put over just how big of a return this is for Super Crazy, defeating CW Anderson, who before this, was right in the picture for an ECW Championship match.

    Crazy is still celebrating, as the commentators begin hyping the next match and present a video package which will highlight what caused the next match to come about...

    ...

    As Joey Styles and Joel Gertner mentioned, a video package then plays...

    ***


    The video heads back to the September ninth edition of ECW Hardcore TV, focusing on the Three Way Dance tag team match which pitted Chris Chetti and Nova against the teams of Danny Doring and Roadkill and Team Me. It shows Chetti and Nova using terrific teamwork, looking better than ever, as they land the Tidal Wave on Johnny Swinger.


    The two then slap each other five, before Chetti turns away, picks up a steel chair, AND TAKES NOVA’S HEAD OFF WITH IT!!!


    From here, we see Chetti walk to the back, showing no emotion whatsoever, which leads to Nova getting dropped with the Problem Solver, and losing the match to Team Me.


    ***

    Once the video package finishes up, Joey Styles and Joel Gertner talk about how it’s so sad to see former best friends now hate each other so much. They recap the rest of the feud, including the brawls, the war of words and having the loser leaves ECW tag attached to the match.

    ***Sad But True*** hits over the pa system and there’s nothing but rabid heat from the diehard ECW fans as CHRIS CHETTI steps through the curtain. Chetti doesn’t mind the heat from the fans, slowly making his way to the ring with no shenanigans, incredibly focused on the task at hand. Once inside the ring, he bounces off the ropes a few times, keeping warm and waiting for his opponent.

    ***Intergalactic*** plays to some pretty nice cheers as a furious looking NOVA makes his way out from the back. Unlike Chetti, Nova slaps hands with the cheering fans, before stepping into the ring rather quickly, clearly ready to fight.

    MatchThree
    Loser Leaves ECW
    Chris Chetti vs. Nova


    Once the bell has rung, both men immediately begin swinging wildly at each other with rights and lefts. Chetti, Nova, Chetti, Nova, Nova, Nova, Nova, but Chetti responds with a quick knee to the mid section. Nova drops to a knee and Chetti points at his head, putting over his intelligence... UNTIL HE TURNS STRAIGHT INTO A FUCKING GORE BY RHINO!!!


    Massive pop from the fans as the intense Rhino gets right back down on his haunches...AND CHARGES THROUGH NOVA WITH A GORE AS WELL!!!


    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants ring out as Rhino spares no time, dragging Nova straight back up... AND CRUSHING HIM WITH A PILEDRIVER!!!


    The ECW Television Champion then stalks Chetti, who is using the ropes to get up, and RHINO DRILLS CHETTI WITH A PILEDRIVER AS WELL!!!


    Referee Danny Daniels seems to be enjoying himself, as Rhino gets outside of the ring and pulls out a table. The fans begin cheering in anticipation as Rhino slides the table inside of the ring. He follows the table inside of the ring, before leaning it against the corner. This beast of a man now turns his attention towards Chetti and Nova, dragging both of them into the corner and leaning them against the table. Rhino then steps back to the other side of the ring... AND CHARGES ACROSS THE RING... GORING CHETTI AND NOVA RIGHT THROUGH THE CORNER TABLE!!!


    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants can be heard again, as Rhino lets out a primal roar, before dragging Chetti and Nova to the centre of the ring, and putting a hand on each of their chests...


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    WINNER – Rhino by pinfall @1:10

    The fans mark out a little for the ending of this one, despite the fact that Rhino is a heel. ‘The Big F’n Deal’ doesn’t let the referee touch him; instead he raises both his hands above his head, and lets out another roar. From there, he looks down at the broken pieces of wood and broken bodies of his victims, and snarls before hopping outside of the ring and storming to the back.

    As Chris Chetti and Nova begin stirring, JOEY STYLES and JOEL GERTNER begin discussing what this result means.

    Joey Styles: Well, that was certainly unexpected. With the way ECW works, I think it’s safe to say that Rhino just ended the careers of both Chris Chetti and Nova. It was a loser leaves ECW match, and both men lost. Chris Chetti and Nova have basically been fired by Rhino tonight!

    Joel Gertner: It’s definitely not what was expected but there’s such thing as addition by subtraction. Maybe losing these guys will see some new guys step into the spotlight and take the land of extreme by storm.

    The commentators then recap the history of both guys in ECW...

    ...

    We now get another video package across our screens...

    ***


    ECW Massacre On 34th Street
    December 3rd on PPV


    ***

    ***For The Love Of Money/Down On Me*** causes quite the negative reaction from the ECW faithful as HOT COMMODITY make their way out from the back. Consisting of CHRIS HAMRICK, EZ MONEY, JULIO DINERO and ELEKTRA, the quartet saunter down the ramp, looking down on the audience and making money gestures with their hands. They continue to receive heat from the Illinois locals once they are inside the ring and awaiting their opponents.

    ***SUPER BON BON*** brings out the ever popular tandem of DANNY DORING and his gigantic Amish friend, ROADKILL. The two get a better than solid reaction from the fans as they slap hands, before stopping just before the ring. Hot Commodity arrogantly beckons them to step inside the ring now, but they decide to wait for the arrival of their tag team partner.

    ***FUCK THAT*** changes the mood in the arena completely, as a majority of the crowd begin head banging to Kid Rock as KID KASH steps out from the back. Kash receives an EXTREMELY LOUD ovation from the fans as he hurries down to ringside and bumps fists with his partners before they rush the ring.

    Match Four
    Six Man Tag Team Match
    Danny Doring, Kid Kash and Roadkill vs. Hot Commodity w/Elektra


    The faces quickly roll inside the ring and the referee immediately calls for the bell and the brawl is on! Elektra quickly scurries to the outside of the ring and all three members of Hot Commodity are immediately on the back foot. Kash is beating down EZ Money in one corner, Doring to Hamrick in another and Roadkill to Dinero in another. Eventually all three members of Hot Commodity roll out of the ring, until HAMRICK CHARGES BACK IN... BUT DORING TRIPS HIM UP... AND CATAPULTS HIM OVER THE TOP ROPE AND BACK TO THE OUTSIDE!!!

    The crowd are marking out as EZ Money slithers back into the ring and Kash tells him to “bring it, bitch”! EZ’s eyes bulge out of his head, he’s clearly furious... BEFORE HE SPRINTS AT KASH... WHO DUCKS HIS HEAD AND BACK BODY DROPS MONEY OVER THE TOP ROPE AND TO THE OUTSIDE!!!


    Outside of the ring, Money and Hamrick are down together, as Dinero now gets into the ring, not listening to Elektra’s pleas to “slow it down”. Dinero tries to sneak up on Roadkill from behind, but Roady senses it and TURNS AND GRABS DINERO BY THE THROAT... BEFORE LIFTING HIM UP IN A MILITARY PRESS POSITION...AND ROADKILL TOSSES DINERO OVER THE TOP ROPE... FORCING HIM TO LAND ON TOP OF EZ AND HAMRICK!!!


    Doring, Kash and Roadkill all slap each other some five and play to the fans a little, before Doring and Roadkill begin whispering to each other. They then call out to an oblivious Kash and tell him to do something, and he shrugs his shoulders as if to say why not. With the help of Elektra, all three members of Hot Commodity begin to make it to their feet on the outside, SO KASH SPRINTS ACROSS THE RING... LEAPS UP... AND LANDS A PICTURE PERFECT FLIPPING SENTON ONTO ALL FOUR MEMBERS OF HOT COMMIDITY!!!


    ‘The Notorious K.I.D’ revels in the “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chant that breaks out, before he drags Dinero up to his feet, lands a few right hands and rolls him back inside the ring. Acknowledging the referees pleas, Doring and Kash head onto the apron and Roadkill and Dinero are the first two legal men of the contest. Roadkill just waits for Dinero to get back to his feet, before dropping him with a Sidewalk Slam! The giant Amish then makes the tag to Kid Kash who gets more cheers from the fans, before he mounts Dinero and hammers away with more right hands. Kash eventually gets up and laughs at the other members of Hot Commodity who are now back on the apron, before he bounces off the ropes and lands a quick Leg Drop, followed by a second and a third. Kash now makes his way over to his corner and tags in Doring, who brings Dinero to his feet and drops him head first with a DDT! Doring immediately gets back to his feet, however Chris Hamrick comes from behind and nails a KICK RIGHT TO THE DICK OF DANNY DORING!!!


    Everybody in the arena groans as Dinero, attempts to shake out the cobwebs before tagging in EZ Money. Money steps inside of the ring before climbing up to the top rope, and with Dinero holding on to Doring with a Headlock, EZ leaps off with a Moonsault! Dinero quickly heads to the apron and with EZ favouring his ribs ever so slightly, he makes the tag to Hamrick. ‘Confederate Currency’ gets a fair bit of heat as he steps into the ring and he stomps all over DD aggressively. Chris then drags Doring over the second rope, before sitting on his back, choking him over the second rope until the referee counts to four. The referee has a word with Hamrick which allows Elektra to choke Doring from the outside which garners huge heat from the fans. Kash and Roadkill attempt to get inside of the ring which allows Dinero to come in and he and Hamrick land a Double Suplex onto Doring. With the referee paying attention again, Hamrick tells his teammates, “it’s over”, before he brings Doring up slowly...AND LEAPS UP FOR A FRANKENSTEINER... BUT DORING REVERSES INTO A POWERBOMB!!!


    Big time pop as Roadkill and Kash both put their hands out for the tag... BUT EZ AND DINERO SPRINT ACROSS THE RING AND DROP ROADY AND KID OFF THE APRON WITH RUNNING FOREARM SMASHES!!!


    EZ turns around first and swings at Doring with a Clothesline, but Doring ducks and lands a German Suplex. Dinero stands there speechless for a moment, before Elektra yells “GET HIM” so Dinero charges straight into a Superkick from Doring!!! The fans are marking out for Doring as Elektra now gets onto the apron, yelling and screaming, and Doring approaches his former manager... ONLY FOR ELEKTRA TO SLAP HIM ACROSS THE FACE!!!


    “OOOHHH” can be heard from the fans as Doring turns... AND JUST MANAGES TO AVOID A SPRINGBOARD DROPKICK FROM HAMRICK! He grabs Hamrick... AND WHIPS HIM INTO ELEKTRA... CAUSING HER TO TUMBLE TO THE FLOOR... BEFORE DROPPING HAMRICK WITH A NECK BREAKER!!!


    All three members of Hot Commodity are down, as is Doring, as is Elektra, whilst Kash and Roadkill both stand on the apron, begging for the tag. The fans are cheering loudly, urging Doring on... as Doring crawls and crawls... AND MAKES THE TAG TO ROADKILL!!!


    Surprisingly Roadkill doesn’t get into the ring straight away; instead he remains on the apron, as EZ Money and Julio Dinero use each other to get back up to their feet. Once they are up, ROADY SPRINGBOARDS OFF THE TOP ROPE AND LANDS A HUGE DOUBLE CLOTHESLINE TAKING OUT BOTH MEN AND CAUSING THE RING TO SHAKE!!!


    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” for the athleticism of the big man as he nimbly gets back to his feet, turns into a charging Hamrick... AND TAKES HIM DOWN WITH A BIG TIME DIRT ROAD SLAM!!!


    Roady hooks the leg, looking to finish things off...


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    NO! ELEKTRA PUTS HAMRICK’S FOOT ON THE ROPE AT THE LAST SECOND
    !!!!!


    Volcanic heat reverberates around the arena, directed at Elektra, who gets an arrogant smirk on her face. Roadkill gets back to his feet and questions the referee, before looking at Hamrick’s foot and directing his eyes towards Elektra, who looks and flips him off. Roady walks towards the ropes and bends over and GRABS ELEKTRA BY THE HAIR!!! Elektra screams as Roady HOISTS HER UP ONTO THE APRON AND INSIDE THE RING!!!


    Elektra screams and tries to run away but Roadkill has a firm handful of her hair, however it’s broken as EZ Money comes from behind, jumps on Roady’s back and digs his fingers right into his eyes. Money remains on his back, ripping at the eyes for a few seconds until he jumps off, and the Amish staggers around blindly, trying to rub some vision back into his eyes. EZ and Dinero immediately pounce, hammering away at Roady with a dozen or so punches, before sending him into the ropes, and when Roady comes back... MONEY AND DINERO LAND A DOUBLE HOT SHOT, HANGING ROADY ACROSS THE TOP ROPE!!!


    The referee admonishes the illegal duo that get back onto the apron, meanwhile Elektra rolls out of the ring, as a pained Hamrick surveys Roadkill and realises he remains unmoving. Hamrick kicks him twice just to be safe, before he heads up to the top rope... AND COMES OFF THE TOP WITH A HUGE FLYING LEG DROP!!!


    ‘Confederate Currency’ immediately goes for the cover as his boys on the apron count along...


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    NO! KID KASH LANDS A LOW DROPKICK ON HAMRICK TO BREAK UP THE COUNT
    !!!!!


    All of a sudden, EZ Money sprints into the ring to attack Kash but Kash leaps up and takes Money down with a huge Hurricanrana! Hamrick is back up and he charges at Kash and he swings with a wild haymaker of a punch, Kash ducks, leaps up and takes Hamrick down with a Hurricanrana! Kash looks down at both men, pumped up, puffing out his chest, clearly enjoying the cheers from the fans. With Kash distracted, Julio Dinero sneaks into the ring... AND CHARGES AT KASH FROM BEHIND... BUT ROADKILL INTERCEPTS AND HOISTS DINERO UP... BEFORE DROPPING HIM WITH A HUGE BARN BURNER(TKO)!!!


    A winded Dinero rolls out of the ring as Kash gets onto the apron and Roadkill tags him into the match. As Kash gets inside the ring, Roady rolls out to the floor to continue to beat up Dinero. Inside the ring, Kash brings an out of it Chris Hamrick to his feet, before sending him to the corner. In the corner, Kash hammers away with brutal right hands and forearms, repetitive strikes with no defence from Hamrick. Eventually, Kash shakes the pain out of his hand, before climbing up to the middle rope. He has Hamrick in a headlock... SO HE LEAPS OFF OF THE TOP ROPE AND LANDS A CRAZY JUMPING TORNADO DDT WHERE BOTH MEN FLY OVER THE PRONE BODY OF EZ MONEY...BEFORE LANDING AND DRILLING HAMRICK’S HEAD INTO THE CANVAS!!!


    Hamrick is not even close to moving as Kash remains down, regaining his breath, whilst the fans break out in yet another “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chant. Slowly, EZ Money gets back to his feet and looks to beat on the still downed Kash, but Doring intercepts with a Dropkick which sends Money tumbling to the outside. EZ quickly gets back to his feet... BUT DORING COMES OVER THE TOP ROPE WITH A PLANCHA, TAKING OUT EZ YET AGAIN!!!


    Those famous promotional chants continue as left in the ring are a relatively fresh Kid Kash and an almost dead Hamrick. Kash makes his own money signal with his fingers now, mocking Hamrick, before he lifts Hamrick’s dead weight up, puts him between his legs... AND DROPS HIM WITH THE MONEY MAKER!!!


    Feeling pretty confident, with a smirk on his face, Kid Kash hooks the leg...


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    WINNERS – Danny Doring, Kid Kash and Roadkill by pinfall @ 8:23

    Kid Kash gets his arm raised by the referee, and is joined by Doring and Roadkill, who stop kicking their opponent’s asses as the bell rings.

    All three men share some hugs and some high fives, celebrating as the fans applaud them, appreciating their performance tonight.

    The trio continue to celebrate until they begin to get questionable looks on their faces. They all look at each other, nodding, looking a little troubled before they mouth“Elektra”.

    They turn to look outside of the ring but Hot Commodity; including Elektra are licking their wounds and just stepping through the curtain.

    There’s heat from the fans for the fact that the winners won’t get a chance to do some damage to Elektra.

    Despite the lack of revenge on Elektra being something of a mood killer, the three continue to celebrate in the ring.

    Meanwhile on commentary, Joey Styles puts over the fact that Danny Doring and Roadkill still haven’t been able to get any revenge on Elektra since she double crossed them and stopped being their manager earlier in the year.

    ...

    As the celebration continues, we head backstage where the ECW Television Champion RHINO is pacing back and forth, with his title hanging around his neck. ‘The Big Fuckin’ Deal’ is heavy breathing, face red, sweaty and worked up, a picture of intensity as per normal. He continues pacing as he begins paying attention to the camera.

    Rhino: I want to make one thing perfectly clear, I am always the hunter, I will never be the hunted. New Jack wants to try and come after me?

    Even just asking theq uestion pisses Rhino off, as he shakes his head, trembling with anger.

    Rhino: Well, fine! Come after me, and you’ll be the easiest kill of this hunter’s life. I’ll kick your ass easier than those two assholes out there earlier! I will show you how I fight!

    The ECW TV champ continues to pace, really emphasising his words, showing his intensity.

    Rhino: ButI think earlier tonight showed, that I DON’T WANT AND I REFUSE TO WAIT ANYMORE...

    Rhino is salivating at the idea of violence, as, you guessed it, he continues to pace.

    Rhino: I’M LIKE AN ADDICT, I NEED MY FIX! I NEED THE FUCKING VIOLENCE IN MY LIFE...

    Rhino slaps the veins on his inner forearm, as if to really show he’s an addict.

    Rhino: NEWJ ACK... YOU’LL REALISE JUST LIKE EVERY OTHER PERSON REALISES THAT YOU CAN’T BEAT ME...

    The champ is salivating from the mouth now, just a scary sight, as he gets more and more red faced.

    Rhino: THE EXPERTS SAY YOU’VE GOT A SLIM CHANCE...

    He scoffs at his own statement.

    Rhino: THE KEY WORD THERE IS SLIM... VERY FUCKING SLIM!!!

    Rhino pauses again, letting his words sink in as he attempts to catch his breath.

    Rhino: I’M GONNA’ GIVE YOU THE BEATING OF YOUR LIFE... I’M GONNA’ RIP OFF YOUR FACE WITH MY BARE HANDS...

    Scary thought. Rhino raises his hands, looking at them, truly believing his words.

    Rhino: I PROMISE YOU, I’M GONNA’ RIP YOUR FACE OFF AND SHOVE IT DOWN YOUR THROAT...

    Rhino makes more scary hand gestures as he finally stops pacing, instead standing directly in front of the camera.

    Rhino: I’LL SHOVE IT SO FAR DOWN YOUR THROAT THAT YOU’LL HAVE TO SHIT YOUR OWN FACE OUT...

    The champion continues to tremble with rage, short of breath due to all of his yelling.

    Rhino: I DON’T EVEN GIVE A FUCK! I’M GONNA’ MAKE YOU SHIT YOUR FACE OFF FOR COMING AFTER ME!

    He’s so furious that the above statement doesn’t even really make sense. Rhino is done talking now, as he rips his title from around his neck, and holds it in his hands, dead panning the camera, continuing to breathe heavily as we cut away from the scene...

    ...

    Straight after seeing the intense champion, we cut to a strange, fenced off area in the back, and behind the fence is the challenger in tonight’s ECW Television Championship match, NEW JACK. New Jack puts his hands through the mesh, steel fence, clutching his fingers around it. Whilst he’s not as openly hyped up as Rhino was, he has a calm steel about him that says he’s ready to go.

    New Jack: Tonight, I’m like a little kid on Christmas Eve. I’ve been waitin’ for this damn night for way to long and Christmas morning is only a few moments away.

    New Jack pauses, looking rather pensive, letting those words sink in.

    New Jack: Finally, after all of the wait, all of the dreams about what I want to do, tonight, it’s me and Rhino.

    Jack clutches at the fence a little harder at the mention of his rival.

    New Jack: I repeat, tonight it’s me and Rhino, nobody else. There’s nobody that Rhino can use to distract me with and there’s nobody that Rhino can use to help throw me through a table.

    He takes another breath, before continuing.

    New Jack: Hey, don’t get me wrong, I’m a man, I’ll call a spade a spade. You drilled me through that table harder than I’ve ever been hit before, and I laid there in more pain than I have ever felt in my whole life...

    Jack’s hands wander down to his ribs, as he talks about the pain he felt.

    New Jack: That’s all well and good, congratulations, but there’s one problem with all of that.The problem is that you didn’t kill me!

    The fans inside the arena cheer for this announcement, as Jack smirks.

    New Jack: So throughout my recovery I’ve only had one thing on my mind and that’s revenge. All of these ideas have been running through my head, I can’t get them out. All that I can think about is getting you back.

    NJ’s fingers are turning white due to the pressure on the fence.

    New Jack: And I’ve got some pretty damn good ideas... You see, I didn’t just bring my wrestling bag with me tonight, hell no. I brought all of my TOYS as well!

    Big time pop because toys means weapons and this is ECW.

    New Jack: It’s time for me to remind everybody just how sick and twisted I can be. Stephen King couldn’t have dreamt up what I have in store for you tonight.

    The challenger lets out a sadistic grin after that last statement.

    New Jack: Unfortunately for you, I left my dissection gloves at home, but I don’t care about that. Hygiene is out of the window because tonight is gonna’ be the night that I open you up like a doctor...

    New Jack looks at his hands, knowing they are the tools he needs to do what he says.

    New Jack: I’m gonna’ cup my hands together like this (New Jack cups his hands together) and I’m gonna’ scoop your guts out...

    This insane SOB now rubs his stomach.

    New Jack: And once I’ve made sure I’ve got every little bit of gut out of you, I’m gonna’ eat them all up like a buzzard!

    Even the ECW fans seem a little shocked, as New Jack is all smiles now.

    New Jack: After I’ve finished my ‘Big F’n Meal’, I’m gonna’ take that little belt of yours...

    Big time cheers for the mention of New Jack potentially becoming the ECW Television Champion.

    New Jack: But I’m New Jack, the original gangster, I’m not gonna’ be the champion everybody expects me to be. I don’t want to wear the belt and I don’t want my kids to wear the belt.

    He shakes his head, emphasising his point.

    New Jack: I got real life problems that a belt isn’t gonna’ fix... I’ve got car problems...

    Jack pauses, taking another breath.

    New Jack: I need some money to get my car fixed, so when I win that belt, I’m gonna’pawn it or sell it. I’ll do everything that a person’s not supposed to do with it.

    New Jack’s eyes are wide, as he finally let’s go of the fence, walking around it and coming close to the camera.

    New Jack: Because all I want for my Christmas are two things... I want money and I want to destroy your ass, Rhino!

    Jack’s eyes open wide, as he shows hunger for his match tonight.

    New Jack: The time for talking is over... Rhino, you’re mine!

    Having said his bit, New Jack turns away from the camera and heads out of screenshot, clearly ready for his title shot and opportunity for revenge tonight...

    ...

    ***FALSE SALVATION*** as the fans begins to boo at the sound of the familiar theme song, DA BALDIES, consisting of ANGEL and TONY DEVITO step through the curtain. The two look as aggressive as ever, strutting down the ramp and threatening some of the overly aggressive fans in the front couple of rows. Once they both get inside the ring, they begin yelling at the fans about how they are going to send their opponents through a burning table.

    ***BIG BALLS*** gets the fans up on their feet, as the new, no nonsense team known as EYE BALLS make their way out from the back. BALLS MAHONEY and PIERRE CARL OULETTE both take their time coming out from the back and once they come into the eye line of the fans, they are both carrying tables to ringside. Mahoney’s table has Angel’s name spray painted on it, whilst PCO’s has Devito’s. The fan favourites nod their heads to their own theme, slapping hands with the fans, before setting up their tables on the outside, and sliding into the ring.

    Match Five
    Flaming Tables Match
    Da Baldies vs. Eye Balls


    This match was just a typical ECW all out brawl. Plenty of weapons use from both teams, allowing the fans to break out into plenty of those famous “ECDUBBYA” chants. Both teams tease setting tables on fire by dousing tables in lighter fluid, but they always get stopped by their opposition before they can actually light the table.


    Eventually, Eye Balls are able to decapitate Tony Devito by driving him through a table that’s not on fire. From here, Mahoney and PCO use their numbers advantage to beat the hell out of Angel, before finally successfully lighting the table on fire. Once the flames are burning, BALLS AND PCO LAND A DOUBLE POWERBOMB, SENDING ANGEL CRASHING RIGHT THROUGH THE FLAMING TABLE!!!


    WINNERS –Eye Balls by referee stoppage @ 12:11

    There’s a mix of an epic pop for the spot and the victory, as well as more “ECDUBBYA, ECDUBBYA,ECDUBBYA” chants as the bell rings. The referee raises the hands of Balls and PCO before quickly scurrying from the ring.

    Meanwhile security charge the ring and drag Angel away from the table, and they then spray fire extinguishers at the table.

    With Da Baldies down outside the ring, both in agony, Balls and PCO slap each other some five, head banging a little and enjoying the adulation from the fans.

    They continue to celebrate inside of the ring, as Da Baldies continue to lick their wounds and we cut away...

    ...

    We cut to a random area backstage where THE UNHOLY ALLIANCE are sitting at a dining table. On the table is a well cooked roast turkey, and MIKEY WHIPWRECK, THE SINISTER MINISTER and YOSHIHIRO TAJIRI are sitting around the table, napkins amusingly tucked into their shirts. The Sinister Minister points at Tajiri, who gets up and immediately grabs Mikey, as the camera now zooms in on The Sinister Minister.

    The Sinister Minister: Well, well, well, as you can all tell, we are at a great time of the year...

    TSM pauses, content look on his face as he strokes his goatee. Meanwhile, some rustling off camera can be heard, but we can’t see Mikey or Tajiri.

    The Sinister Minister: This isn’t only the time of year that we get ECW November to Remember, but this is the time of year, where people usually give thanks.

    Minister shoots a quick look off camera before continuing.

    The Sinister Minister: And it’s safe to say that the extreme world of ECW is no different to the rest of the community. For example, I am certain that New Jack is giving thanks because he’s finally going to face Rhino for the TV Title.

    The crowd pop a little in the background for that reference, and TSM just smirks.

    The Sinister Minister: However, I’m positive that New Jack isn’t the only person giving thanks...

    The brains of The Unholy Alliance pauses again, mulling over his next words.

    The Sinister Minister: Justin Credible...

    BIG TIME heat from the fans.

    The Sinister Minister: Jerry Lynn...

    HUGE pop for the fan favourite of tonight’s main event.

    The Sinister Minister: And even Cyrus’ old puppet, Steve Corino are all giving thanks for having the opportunity to either retain or win the ECW World Championship!

    The Sinister Minister is getting a little excited now, as he stands up off of his chair.

    The Sinister Minister: Again, they are not the only ones giving thanks. Being the unholy humans that we are, we are also thankful for the opportunity to destroy the FBI.

    A nice set of cheers from the crowd, as a slightly more animated TSM continues.

    The Sinister Minister: So without further ado, let’s keep with one of the only pure traditions left in this county, and let the feast begin!

    With a huge smirk on his face, The Sinister Minister pulls a lighter out of his jacket pocket. He flicks the lighter a few times but he can’t get it to light, until finally it does. TSM then grabs the table cloth... AND HE LIGHTS THE EDGE OF THE TABLE ON FIRE!!!

    The camera than pans out, as more than likely the camera man is stepping away from the flames... AND THE CAMERA REVEALS MIKEY WHIPWRECK, LYING ON THE TABLE WITH AN APPLE IN HIS MOUTH, TIES LIKE A HOG!!!

    Tajiri is standing on the opposite side of the table, yelling in Japanese, pointing at flames and Mikey. The camera now goes back to The Sinister Minister, and his SLEEVE IS ON FIRE... BUT HE’S LAUGHING ABOUT IT!!!

    Mikey remains tied up, as TSM laughs and ‘The Japanese Buzzsaw’ yells animatedly, before we cut away...

    ...

    ***NATURAL BORN KILLAZ*** Dr Dre and Ice Cube’s vocals draw a HUGE pop from the fans, as they jump around in the stands, cheering loudly for NEW JACK. Jack saunters down the ramp, a serious look on his face, however he’s clearly enjoying his own theme music at the same time. He begins to punch his fist into the palm of his other hand, letting everybody know that“it’s time for revenge”.

    ***DEBONAIRE*** draws an initial pop from the fans, which quickly disintegrates into heat as the ECW Television Champion RHINO storms towards the ring. ‘The Big F’n Deal’ is in no mood for games, ripping his title from around his waist and dropping it at ringside, before sliding inside the ring, ready to fight.

    Match Six
    ECW Television Championship Match
    Rhino (c) vs. New Jack


    Before the bell even rings, the two begin trading right hands in the centre of the ring. The referee now calls for the bell, but the fist fight continues, with neither man giving an inch. They continue to go right hand for right hand, until they both land clean right hands, causing them to both drop to the canvas. On the same wave length, they both roll out of separate sides and head to towards the audience. Rhino grabs a steel chair off of a fan, whilst Jack grabs a garbage can, before they both slide back into the ring, almost at the same time. Jack lets go of the trash can when he slides into the ring, and takes a moment topick it up, which allows Rhino to smash the steel chair across his back. Jack clutches at his back in agony, as Rhino raises the chair above his head and yells “NEW JACK, BUT SAME OLD SHIT”! Rhino ignores the heat from the fans and heads back to Jack, raising the chair above his head again, but Jack lands a quick punch to the gut. The champion drops the chair, holding his bread basket, which allows Jack to get back up, and hammer away with three more hard right hands. The gangster of ECW then picks up the garbage can he brought into the ring, and HE SMASHES IT ACROSS THE HEAD OF RHINO!!!


    This brings massive cheers from the fans as Rhino staggers, but remains on his feet... SO JACK HITS HIM IN THE FACE WITH THE TRASH CAN AGAIN...


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    AND A THIRD TIME!!!


    AND A FOURTH TIME!!!


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    AND FINALLY... WITH THE FIFTH SHOT RHINO CRUMBLES TO THE MAT, AS BITS OF THE TRASH CAN BEGIN CRUMBLING IN JACK’S HANDS!!!


    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants come from the fans as Jack throws the remaining's of the garbage bin out of the ring. Rhino begins getting back to his knees, so Jack just kicks him in the ribs, causing Rhino to drop back to the canvas. ‘The Original Gangster’ now drags Rhino up by his hair, before simply tossing him outside of the ring. Jack follows Rhino outside of the ring, and stomps all over him on the cold, hard concrete floor. Jack then walks towards the legs of Rhino... AND CATAPULTS HIM... SENDING HIM FACE FIRST INTO THE RING POST!!!


    The current ECW Television Champion drops to the floor upon landing, as the fans cheer and New Jack stands over him for a moment, surveying his opponent. New Jack then brings Rhino back up to his feet, punches him a few more times with those deadly right hands, before he whips Rhino straight into the steel crowd barricade! The velocity of the whip sends Rhino tumbling over the crowd barricade and into the audience, and Jack quickly follows. Rhino fights his way back to the feet, having to half fight off fans as well, as Jack continues to just tee off, landing punch after punch, sending Rhino further back into the crowd.The beating continues with Jack beating Rhino with right hands, until they are right below the balcony, so Jack now grabs Rhino by the back of the head, and rams him face first into the balcony. ‘The Big F’n Deal’ falls to the floor yet again and NEW JACK SETS HIM UP FOR A POWERBOMB... BUT RHINO COUNTERS INTO A BACK BODY DROP ON THE CONCRETE FLOOR!!!

    The champion drops down to one knee for a moment, shaking out the cobwebs, before he gets up, looking at the top of the balcony and shaking his head. Rhino then picks up New Jack, grabs him by the head, and rams the back of his head into the balcony wall once, twice, and a third time! This time Jack is the one who crumbles to the floor, but Rhino drags him back up, and now he hammers away with right hands, sending Jack staggering back towards ringside. The right hands continue amongst the crowd, with the fans urging Jack on, but Rhino beats him all the way back to the crowd barricade. With Jack leaning against the crowd barricade to remain standing, Rhino pushes a fan off of their chair, picks it up... AND SMASHES THE STEEL CHAIR ACROSS THE FACE OF NEW JACK!!!


    Those famous “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants begin as the impact from the steel chair sends Jack tumbling over the crowd barricade and back to ringside. With Jack remaining down, Rhino tells the time keeper to “MOVE”, before he grabs Jack and drags him up to the ring apron. Rhino is on the ring apron as well, and he gets Jack IN POSITION FOR THE PILEDRIVER... BUT JACK LANDS A LAST SECOND LOW BLOW!!! Rhino drops to his knees and Jack takes a moment or two to get up, before he looks at the time keeper’s table and shrugs... NEW JACK THEN GRABS RHINO BY THE HAIR... AND LEAPS OFF THE APRON... SENDING RHINO CRASHING THROUGH THE TABLE WITH A ONE ARMED BULLDOG!!!


    Yep, queue more of those “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants as Rhino might be dead, not moving since the collision. New Jack remains down for a moment or two as well, feeling sore after the drop off the apron, before he gets up and raises his hands, enjoying the cheers. Jack now grabs the ring bell hammer which is lying next to the prone body of the champion. ‘The King of the Streets’ rolls Rhino onto his back... AND HITS HIM IN THE FUCKING DICK WITH THE HAMMER!!!


    The moans and groans from the audience is loud as hell, as Rhino grabs at his nuts clearly majorly distressed. New Jack just sadistically laughs, before ripping Rhino back up by the hair and rolling him into the ring. With Rhino barely moving inside the ring, New Jack heads under the ring, and pulls out a guitar. The crowd begins to buzz as Jack slides into the ring with a guitar, and almost stalks his prey. He stand there, waiting, as a sore and sorry Rhino crawls to the ropes, using them to get to his feet. Rhino gets up, takes a deep breath...AND TURNS AROUND... TO SEE NEW JACK SMASH THE GUITAR OVER HIS HEAD!!!


    It’s a New Jack spot fest and the fans love it, as they break out in an “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chant yet again. Jack doesn’t want to give Rhino anytime to recuperate, so he grabs some of the guitar wire from the broken guitar, and he wraps it around the neck of the champion. Jack continues to pull on the wire, choking the life out of Rhino. Rhino’s face is beginning to turn purple, and Jack decides to stop and gets up and heads outside of the ring. Jack walks towards the fans and a crowd member gives him a crutch, which Jack grabs and slides back into the ring. With Rhino remaining down, JACK RAMS THE POINT OF THE CRUTCH STRAIGHT INTO RHINO’S MID SECTION!!!


    The crutch breaks so Jack picks up the steel chair that he brought into the ring at the beginning of the match. Jack climbs up to the top rope with the steel chair, however Rhino’s INCREDIBLY got back to his feet... SO JACK DIVES OFF THE TOP ROPE WITH THE STEEL CHAIR... BUT RHINO LEAPS UP AS JACK IS COMING DOWN AND CLOTHESLINES HIM OUT OF MID AIR!!!


    Jack’s body contorts weirdly in mid air, as the fans now break out an “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” tirade. With a sudden surge of adrenaline, Rhino bounces to his feet, seeing Jack down and he gets to his haunches in the corner, urging Jack to get back up. Jack slowly uses the ropes to get himself up... BEFORE TURNING TOWARDS RHINO... WHO CHARGES AT JACK, LOOKING FOR THE GORE... BUT JACK SIDESTEPS RHINO AND SENDS HIM SHOULDER FIRST INTO THE CORNER!!!


    Rhino slowly backs out of the corner, holding his shoulder... AND JACK POUNCES WITH A SCHOOL BOY PIN...


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    NO! RHINO JUST MANAGES TO KICK OUT
    !!!!!


    Both men bounce back to their feet on opposite sides of the rings... AND THIS TIME RHINO MANAGES TO FUCKING RIP THROUGH NEW JACK WITH THE GORE!!!


    Jack isn’t moving and even Rhino remains down, taking a breath or two. He looks at Jack and considers making a pin, but he then changes his mind and rolls out of the ring instead. The fans try and give Rhino heat on the outside of the ring, but Rhino is back in his furious trance, as he heads under the ring and pulls out another table. The fans begins to buzz as Rhino tosses the table inside the ring, before getting back in himself. Once back inside the ring, Rhino grabs the table and sets it up leaning against a corner of the ring. He now turns his attention back to New Jack, landing a few stomps, before he picks him up and PUTS HIM OVER HIS SHOULDER... CHARGING LOOKING FOR A POWERSLAM... BUT JACK MANAGES TO SLIDE BEHIND RHINO!!!


    RHINO TURNS AROUND; JACK LANDS A KICK TO THE GUT, FOLLOWED BY A DDT ONTO THE STEEL CHAIR!!!


    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants ring out of the arena again, as Jack clutches at his ribs, still feeling the effects of The Gore. Rhino, on the other hand, just isn’t moving after another big blow to the head. Jack eventually battles his way to his feet, and grabs the steel chair from under Rhino. He then rolls Rhino onto his back, before stepping through the ropes, getting onto the apron. Jack then climbs up to the top rope, steel chair still in hand... AND LEAPS OFF, LOOKING FOR THE 187...BUT EATS CANVAS AS RHINO ROLLS OUT OF THE WAY AT THE LAST SECOND!!!


    Jack crashes and burns as Rhino pushes himself up, yells out “THIS IS IT”, and heads to the corner again, on his haunches. Rhino waits, salivating from the mouth, as Jack crawls to the opposite corner, and slowly pulls himself to his feet, before he turns around... AND TURNS STRAIGHT INTO A CHARGING RHINO...WHO GORES HIM RIGHT THROUGH THE FUCKING CORNER TABLE!!!


    Those famous “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants echo throughout the arena again, as Rhino gets to his feet. Jack remains curled up in the corner, surrounded by sharp, wooden remains from the table. The referee begs for Rhino to end the match, but now it’s Rhino’s turn to stand over Jack and sadistically laugh at his opponent. Rhino now brutally throws bits of the table out of the way, giving himself a splinter which he pulls out, before he brings Jack back to his feet. New Jack is basically dead weight now, so it takes a lot of effort, but once Jack is back to his feet, Rhino looks him right in the eyes. “DON’T EVER FUCK WITH ME” are the final words from Rhino, before he shoves Jack’s head between his legs... AND DRILLS HIM HEAD FIRST INTO THE CANVAS WITH A PILEDRIVER!!!


    Rhino now roughly makes the cover, driving a forearm into Jack’s face as he hooks the leg...


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    !!!!!


    WINNER – Rhino by pinfall @9:10



    As soon as the bell rings, the fans let out a huge round of applause for the action, before they begin booing Rhino, who raises his hands in the air, demanding the referee fetch him his title.

    The referee does as he’s told and gives Rhino the ECW Television Championship. As Rhino continues to celebrate, New Jack remains barely stirring inside of the ring.

    Whilst Rhino continues to celebrate, a video package plays...

    ***


    The video is a replay package, showing some of the big spots of the match which include:


    New Jack needing to land five huge shots with the trash can to get Rhino to crumble to the canvas.


    Jack dominating on the outside of the ring and catapulting Rhino face first into the ring post.


    Rhino gaining the momentum by reversing a New Jack Powerbomb attempt into a Back Body Drop on the concrete floor below the balcony.


    The ECW Television Champion landing a steel chair shot to Jack with the force causing Jack to tumble over the crowd barricade and back to ringside.


    Jack drilling Rhino with a One Armed Bulldog off of the apron and through the Timekeeper’s table.


    Straight after the Bulldog, Jack hits Rhino below the belt with the hammer used to ring the bell.


    Back inside of the ring, Jack smashes a guitar over the head of Rhino.


    New Jack continues to dominate, ramming Rhino in the mid section with a fan member’s crutch.


    Jack attempts a 187 off of the top rope, but Rhino athletically Clotheslines him out of mid air.


    Rhino runs through New Jack with The Gore.


    Rhino looks to Powerslam Jack through the table set up in the corner of the ring, but Jack fights out, and DDT’s Rhino onto the steel chair.


    Going to the well again, Jack attempts a 187 from the top rope but this time Rhino is able to roll out of the way.


    Rhino is finally able to land the killer blow, a second Gore, sending Jack crashing through the table set up in the corner of the ring.


    Rhino then lands the Piledriver and mercilessly picks up the victory.


    ***


    Once the video package is complete, a rampaging Rhino is still inside the ring, watching New Jack who is using the ropes to get to one knee. Having seen enough, RHINO CHARGED AND HITS JACK IN THE HEAD WITH THE TV TITLE!!!

    Jack rolls under the bottom rope and lays on the apron, as Rhino throws his title to the floor, and heads outside of the ring. The referee checks on Jack as Rhino goes underneath the ring and pulls out ANOTHER TABLE!

    ‘The Big F’n Deal’ sets up the table where the Timekeeper’s table normally is, before climbing up onto the apron himself.

    The referee pleads with Rhino to stop but Rhino just pie faces him out of the way.

    The audience is buzzing, as Rhino picks up Jack, puts his head between his legs... AND RHINO LEAPS OFF OF THE APRON... LANDING A PILEDRIVER THROUGH THE FUCKING TABLE!!!

    An EPIC POP comes from the fans before chants of “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”; “ECDUBBYA” fill the ears of all in attendance.

    Rhino knocks some oft he rubble out of his way and immediately gets up and slides back into the ring. He picks up his ECW Television Championship and raises it above his head; however the fans boo the hell out of him.

    Rhino finally leaves the ring and makes his way to the back, as EMT’s with a stretcher in hand sprint down the ramp to check on New Jack.

    On commentary, Joey Styles puts over the fact that New Jack’s career may be over, just like Rob Van Dam’s thanks to Rhino.

    The EMT’s carefully heave the fragile Jack onto a stretcher, before taking him to the back, as the fans give him, potentially, his last standing ovation...

    ...

    After New Jack had been taken to the back, some ring crew came out and cleaned up the outside of the ring, before the entrances for the next match.

    ***SINISTER MUSIC*** hits to PRETTY DAMN LOUD cheers as the strangest of trios, THE UNHOLY ALLIANCE make their way out from the back. YOSHIHIRO TAJIRI leads the way, yelling wildly in Japanese, closely followed by MIKEY WHIPWRECK and their manager, THE SINISTER MINISTER. Tajiri and Mikey slap hands with the fans as they continue towards the ring, whilst TSM just walks down the ramp, a devious smile on his face. Once they are in the ring, they get up on the ropes and pose to the fans some more, enjoying the positive response. As their music dies down, the trio get their game faces on, waiting for their much hated opponents.

    ***NO SLEEP TILL BROOKLYN*** flips the mood inside the arena completely, despite the catchy tune playing. There’s a big amount of heat for the ECW World Tag Team Champions, THE FULL BLOODED ITALIANS. As per usual, LITTLE GUIDO and TONY MAMALUKE lead the way. They have the titles around their waists and they make rude hand gestures to the fans, before doing the same to their opponents. Trailing them are SAL E. GRAZIANO and SCOTTY ANTON, the latter waving an Italian flag for all to see. As the quartet get closer to the ring, something resembling fear can be seen on Guido and Mamaluke’s faces, as they demand the referee keep their opponents back until they are safely inside of the ring.
    Match Seven
    ECW Tag Team Championship Match
    The Full Blooded Italians (c)w/Sal E. Graziano and Scotty Anton vs. The Unholy Alliance w/The Sinister Minister


    Last lazy match recap of the show, sorry. The beginning, middle and ending of this match follow a pretty basic formula, with The Unholy Alliance cleaning house at the beginning. Tajiri and Mikey clean in the early stages, clearing the ring of The FBI and even landing a couple of blows to Big Sal, who got up on the apron. With The FBI regrouping on the outside, Tajiri and Mikey were fired up, with Tajiri raising two fingers, before making the motion of a title around his waist. On commentary, Joey Styles puts over how this is in relation to The FBI stealing the tag titles from Tajiri and Mikey, and The FBI interfering and costing Tajiri from winning the ECW Championship against Justin Credible (first show in this thread).


    The FBI try to slow things down and really take away the momentum of The Unholy Alliance, but it just doesn’t happen. Tajiri and Mikey score several near falls, almost becoming the champions again multiple times. Eventually, there’s a turning point in the match, as Tajiri gets knocked off the apron by Little Guido, and then tries to get inside the ring, but the referee prevents this from happening. As the referee is distracted, BIG SAL DRAGS MIKEY FROM THE RING AND REPETITIVELY SLAMS HIS LEFT ARM INTO THE RING POST!!!


    Mikey screams in agony as Big Sal and Anton move to the other side of the ring, so it looks as if they had nothing to do with it. The Sinister Minister pleads his case with the referee but it’s to no avail. Mikey looks as if he could have a broken arm as he continues to be in pain, and with the help of The Sinister Minister, a few referees take Mikey to the back as he can no longer participate in the match.


    From this point forward, it really is domination from The FBI. Styles again puts over how unlucky Tajiri has been when titles are on the line over the past couple of months, and this is no different. ‘The Japanese Buzzsaw’ gets battered by Guido and Mamaluke but he refuses to stay down for the three count. All of a sudden, Tajiri is able to drop both Guido and Mamaluke with Roundhouse Kicks and all three men are down. Styles talks about how Tajiri has nobody to tag, until SUPER CRAZY SPRINTS DOWN THE RING, GETS ON THE APRON, AND PUTS HIS HAND OUT FOR THE TAG!!!


    Styles puts over the fact that these two have built a strong bond through respect due to their wars in ECW in the past years. Also, because this is ECW, Super Crazy will officially be allowed to participate in the match. Tajiri manages to make the hot tag and Crazy goes to town, beating the hell out of both members of The FBI. A few times he shakes out his arm due to his match with CW Anderson earlier in the night, but besides that, he’s untouchable. Crazy is able to clear the ring of Guido and Mamaluke and then he helps Tajiri back to his feet. The two communicate through hand gestures... AND THEN LAND STEREO ASAI MOONSAULTS...TAKING OUT ALL FOUR MEMBERS OF THE FBI ON THE OUTSIDE!!!


    Both Crazy and Tajiri get back inside of the ring, and they wait for Guido and Mamaluke to get up and get back in the ring. Big Sal actually gets inside the ring first, but they land a Double Dropkick, sending him falling through the ropes and to the outside. Guido and Mamaluke then get inside the ring and Tajiri and Crazy continue to beat on them, but can’t quite get the three count. Eventually, Tajiri is stomping on Guido, whilst Super Crazy heads up to the rope and waits for Mamaluke to get up. When he does, SUPER CRAZY LEAPS OFF WITH A MISSILEDROPKICK... BUT SCOTTY ANTON MOVES TONY MAMALUKE OUT OF THE WAY... AND CRAZY DROPKICK’S TAJIRI IN THE BACK!!!


    The force of the blow sends Tajiri rolling through the bottom rope, and Crazy puts his hands on his head, shocked at what’s occurred. Mamaluke quickly turns Crazy around and goes on the attack, but ‘The Extreme Luchador’ sends him outside of the ring. Super Crazy then turns, straight INTO A KICK TO THE GUT BY GUIDO... FOLLOWED BY THE KISS OF DEATH!!!


    GUIDO MAKES THE COVER...1...2...3!!!


    WINNERS –The Full Blooded Italians by pinfall @ 15:46

    Little Guido doesn’t even let the referee raise his hand, as he quickly rolls out of the ring and grabs both ECW tag titles from ringside.

    He raises both of them above his head to a huge amount of heat, before he meets up with the rest of The FBI, and they share a group hug.

    The FBI continue to celebrate, tag titles still in possession, once again shooting rude hand gestures to the fans. Still getting a fair amount of heat, Guido and Mamaluke raise their titles up in the air one more time, before they head backstage.

    Meanwhile, inside of the ring, Super Crazy has gotten back to his feet, and has his head down, leaning against the corner, shaking his head at the ending to the match.

    Tajiri rolls back into the ring and he walks up to Crazy and turns him around a little roughly.

    Crazy looks to apologise as Tajiri talks wildly in Japanese, before shaking his head and pointing to where Crazy hit him with the Dropkick.

    Super Crazy begins getting agitated at Tajiri’s aggressiveness and pushes Tajiri out of his face.

    Tajiri pushes Crazy back and the two go nose to nose, yelling at each other, until a fuming Tajiri shakes his head and hops out of the ring.

    The audience don’t really know how to react, as Crazy continues to try and plead his case from inside the ring, but Tajiri pays him no attention, just walking, head down, straight to the back...

    ...

    On commentary, Joey Styles begins selling the hell out of tonight’s main event, before a video package begins to play...

    ***


    The initial highlights we get are from the July 21st edition of ECW On TNN which shows Jerry Lynn having issues with The Network, including Steve Corino, and a bounty being placed on his head. Meanwhile, Justin Credible defends his title against Tajiri and only gets the win thanks to interference from The FBI, who was paid by The Network.


    We then see the next night on the July 22nd edition of ECW Hardcore TV where Credible successfully defends his title against Pierre Carl Oulette, only to have an intense staredown with Jerry Lynn up at the Eagle’s Nest afterwards.


    On the July 28th edition of ECW on TNN, Jerry Lynn and Tommy Dreamer team up to face The Network’s team of Steve Corino and Scotty Anton. The winner of this match qualifies for the ECW Tag Team Championship Tournament, and Dreamer is able to pin Anton to get the victory for his team.


    The next highlight shows the August 4th edition of ECW on TNN, which shows Steve Corino and Scotty Anton ready to attack The Sandman. However, they are stopped by Jerry Lynn and Tommy Dreamer. With Lynn distracted, Justin Credible attacks him from behind and the two begin to brawl.


    Later on in the evening, Steve Corino actually pins Jerry Lynn after nailing him with an Old School Expulsion in a Three Way Dance match also featuring Balls Mahoney. A voice over of Joey Styles can be heard putting over the fact that Steve Corino just pinned the number one contender for the ECW Championship.


    We then cut to the August 11th edition of ECW On TNN which shows Justin Credible and Steve Corino having a war of words, until Lynn sprints down the ramp. He actually bypasses Credible, having a score to settle with Corino and he beats Corino with a variety of punches. Credible sees this as his chance to strike; charging at Lynn with the title but Lynn kicks Credible in the gut, and smashes the title over the head of Credible. Lynn then picks Credible back up, and drops him with the Cradle Piledriver before standing over the champion, raising the title above his head.


    Next up we cut to the August 18th edition of ECW On TNN which shows The Network, including Steve Corino, inside the ring along with Credible, and Cyrus is giving Credible the ultimatum regarding joining The Network. Credible looks to be considering it but before he can respond, he’s attacked by Kid Kash.


    Later on in the evening, Steve Corino joins Rhino, Scotty Anton and Jack Victory in a beat down of Rob Van Dam. Jerry Lynn comes out to make the save, only to begin getting beaten down by the quartet. Eventually the tide changes, and Lynn actually Clotheslines Corino over the top rope and to the outside.


    On the August 25th edition of ECW On TNN, Rhino teaming with Credible, who’s not yet a member of The Network which means there’s some tension between the two in their pre match promo. On the same episode, Jerry Lynn is forced to fend off an attack from multiple wrestlers who are trying to cash in the bounty The Network have placed on Lynn’s head. In the main event, Credible and Rhino are taking on Kid Kash and Rob Van Dam, and Lynn sneaks in and drops Credible with a Cradle Piledriver, and this causes Credible to be pinned by Rob Van Dam.


    On the September 1st edition of ECW On TNN, the tournament for the vacant ECW Tag Team Titles began. Despite some tension last week, Credible and Rhino worked well as a team and defeated Chilly Willy and The Sandman to advance. Meanwhile, in the main event,Jerry Lynn and Tommy Dreamer were able to defeat Kid Kash and Rob Van Dam to advance.


    The next night on ECW Hardcore TV, Jerry Lynn is in the ring with musician Billy Corgan, until they are interrupted by The Network representative, Lou E. Dangerously. Dangerously insulted both men until Lynn grabbed him and looked to do some damage, but last minute he let Lou go, and dropped Credible, who tried to sneak up from behind with a Clothesline. Before Lynn can do anything else to the champion, Rhino attacks him and Lynn gets double teamed until Tommy Dreamer makes the save. These four then have their semi final match in the tag title tournament and Lynn pins the ECW Champion Justin Credible after nailing him with the Cradle Piledriver. Later on in the night, Lynn and Dreamer were the first team eliminated from the Three Way Dance final, thanks to interference from The Network’s Steve Corino.


    On the September 8th edition of ECW On TNN, there’s a huge brawl involving The Network and some babyfaces on the roster, and Credible, despite not being an official member, is on The Network’s, and more importantly, Steve Corino’s side brawling on the outside of the ring with Lynn.


    The next night on ECW Hardcore TV, Credible claims that he does everything for himself with the intention of keeping his ECW Championship. He makes it clear he is all for himself and not for a group like The Network. Francine tells him he needs to cut a deal or something because if he loses the title, he loses her.


    On the September 15th edition of ECW On TNN, there was scheduled to be a Three Way Dance for the ECW Championship between Credible, Lynn and Steve Corino. Once Lynn comes out, Cyrus announces that a very unhappy Corino will be the Special Guest Referee as Credible has joined The Network. With the odds stacked against him, Lynn gives his best but with Corino being a crooked referee and added interference from CW Anderson, Credible pins Lynn and retains his gold.


    The next night a phone conversation between Steve Corino and Cyrus is over heard. Corino claims that he sacrificed his opportunity for the better of The Network and Credible wouldn’t have the title if it wasn’t for him. Now, Corino wants his shot.


    Later on in the night, Credible makes it clear he understands The Network aren’t around for too much longer, but they mean he keeps his title for longer and that’s all he cares about. Later on that night, Lynn and The Sandman team up to take on Rhino and Justin Credible. The Network duo have no more tension now Credible is a Network member, and Credible ends up pinning Lynn after landing the That’s Incredible.


    On the September 22nd edition of ECW On TNN, Jerry Lynn comes out in a foul mood after being pinned by Credible twice in the last week. Credible interrupts immediately, and tells Lynn he can thank him for giving him a shot at Anarchy Rulz, despite embarrassing him twice already. Corino and CW Anderson come out and stake claims for a title shot also and we get a huge brawl.


    On the final edition of ECW On TNN before Anarchy Rulz, Lynn talks about how it’s finally time for him to win the big one. He’s never been given a big break but now is his time to stop being a star maker, and be a star himself. Credible disagrees, stating that he is more overlooked than what Lynn is. Jerry has been given shot after shot but he just doesn’t get the job done. Credible claims Lynn is all hype, nothing is different this time, and Credible will beat him. The main event is a Strange Bedfellow match which sees Lynn forced to team up with CW Anderson to take on two members of The Network who don’t get along, Credible and Steve Corino. Lynn ends up winning this match for his team, when he pins Credible after nailing the Cradle Piledriver.


    On the final edition of ECW Hardcore TV before Anarchy Rulz, Jerry Lynn teamed up with Rob Van Dam and HC Loc to take on Justin Credible, Rhino and Danny Daniels. Credible’s team picked up the victory when Daniels was able to pin Loc.


    At Anarchy Rulz, Steve Corino defeated CW Anderson to become the official number one contender for the ECW Championship. Later on in the night, Justin Credible retained the ECW Championship, when he and Jerry Lynn fought to a draw. Lynn thought he had the win after a German Suplex, but as the referee counted to three, both men’s shoulders were on the mat.


    On the October 6th edition of ECW on TNN, Steve Corino makes it clear that he doesn’t care what happened in the ECW Title match at Anarchy Rulz. He is the number one contender and Jerry Lynn needs to get back in line.


    The next night on ECW Hardcore TV, Justin Credible defended his actions, claiming that he signed a contract for a one fall match and that’s exactly what he wrestled. He even went as far as to say it’s not his fault that Jerry Lynn messed things up like usual.


    On the October 14th edition of ECW Hardcore TV, Joey Styles and Joel Gertner invited Justin Credible to the ring, but he couldn’t even get a word in, before he was interrupted by Jerry Lynn. Jerry Lynn talked about how the questionable finish at Anarchy Rulz means he deserves a rematch. Before Credible can respond, Steve Corino interrupts and tells Lynn that he had an opportunity and he ruined it, now he should go back to the mid card. Corino predicted that once he beat Credible, he’d allow Lynn to have another shot at the ECW Championship. CW Anderson appeared as well and a brawl broke out, which saw Lynn take out Anderson with the Cradle Piledriver, only to turn straight into an Old School Kick by Corino. Credible attempted to hit Corino with the Singapore Cane but Corino ducked so Credible high tailed it to the back.


    The next week, Justin Credible was scheduled to defend his ECW Championship against Steve Corino. Once the wrestlers made their way to the ring, CW Anderson and Jerry Lynn both came out, pressing their claims at title shots. The ECW Commissioner Spike Dudley decided to make the match a Fatal Four Way. In the match, Jerry Lynn dropped Anderson with the Cradle Piledriver, but before he could get the pin, Corino threw him out of the ring. Unfortunately for Corino, Credible snuck up from behind and dumped him from the ring as well, which allowed Credible to retain the ECW Championship.

    A big time main event match was scheduled for the October 28th edition of ECW Hardcore TV, which would see Jerry Lynn, Steve Corino and CW Anderson battle it out in a Triple Threat match to see who would get the ECW Championship opportunity at tonight’s extravaganza. The match ended after a high risk move resulted in Corino and Lynn both pinning Anderson. It was announced that they would both get a shot at Credible in a Three Way Dance match. Credible snuck into the ring and nailed Lynn with the Singapore Cane, and began brawling with Corino as the show came to a close.


    On the final edition of ECW Hardcore TV before tonight’s pay per view, we had a Three Way Dance tag team match which saw Jerry Lynn and New Jack against Steve Corino and Rhino and Justin Credible and CW Anderson. During the match, Corino was actually able to land the Old School Kick and pin the ECW Champion Justin Credible to eliminate his team from the match. This left just Lynn and Corino in the ring, but a furious Credible hit Corino with a Singapore Cane, which made it easy for Lynn to land the Cradle Piledriver and pick up the victory. After the contest, Credible attacked Lynn with the Cane as well, attempting to soften up hiso pponents before tonight’s main event.


    ***


    ***THE OLD SCHOOL STYLE*** plays over the pa system to a DEFEANING mixed reaction, which turns into more heat as STEVE CORINO steps through the curtain, closely followed by his best friend, JACK VICTORY. ‘The King Of Old School’ slowly walks down the ramp, enjoying his moment and motioning that the ECW Championship will be his. Meanwhile, Victory throws up the V with his arms, and looks at his best buddy in awe.

    ***SCAPEGOAT*** gets the pop of the night so far, although it’s not as loud as the reactions he was getting a month ago, as JERRY LYNN makes his presence felt. It’s a different Lynn tonight, no playing to the crowd, no shaking hands with the fans. Instead, Lynn keeps his head down and walks to the ring, not even showing Corino or Victory any attention, despite being outnumbered once he steps inside the ring.

    ***SNAP YOUR FINGERS, SNAP YOUR NECK*** gets the BIGGEST amount of heat of the night, even bigger than Rhino because some people like him. The ECW Champion JUSTIN CREDIBLE confidently struts down the ramp with his title around his waist. FRANCINE isn’t too far behind, carrying Credible’s trusty Singapore Cane, and she ignores some of the wolf whistles from the fans. Once they get to ringside, the champion tentatively steps inside the ring, with Francine right behind him. With everybody now inside of the ring, the referee asks Francine to leave the ring, but she shakes her head and instead grabs the microphone off of the ring announcer. The fans boo the hell out of Francine before she pulls a folded piece of paper out of her shirt and holds it in the air. Everybody else in the ring bar a cockily smiling Credible and a smug Francine look confused.

    Francine: First off, before this match begins, I felt compelled to congratulate both Jerry Lynn and Steve Corino. You are both riding a long wave of momentum heading into tonight’s match.

    The fans cheer a little as Lynn remains non pulsed, but Corino nods saying “tell me something I don’t know”.

    Francine: A wave of momentum which on any other day would probably lead you straight to the ECW Championship, but that’s not going to happen tonight. No wave of momentum and no force of nature will stop me from managing the ECW World Heavyweight Champion!

    Heat now from the fans, as Francine looks deadly serious. Credible rubs the title that’s around his waist almost subconsciously, whilst Corino and Victory roll their eyes. Jerry Lynn, once again, shows no emotion.

    Francine: Now for those of you who don’t know, I can be quite...(adjusts her cleavage) persuasive...And I’ve managed to convince people of real power that I will be managing the ECW Champion Justin Credible after tonight is over.

    A quick “SLUT, SLUT,SLUT” chant breaks out from the ruthless ECW fans, which Corino and Victory amusingly chant along with. It takes Credible all of his strength to not go apeshit as he begins getting red faced. Francine just laughs it off though.

    Francine: So referee, I need you to look at this piece of paper and do your job. This piece of paper is an official ruling from the Illinois Athletic Commission, which says that JACK VICTORY WILL NOT BE ALLOWED AT RINGSIDE FOR TONIGHT’S MAIN EVENT!!!

    Huge announcement, greeted with a HUGE reaction from the fans, both positive and negative. Jack Victory’s eyes open wide and he shakes his head, saying “no” over and over again, but the referee looks over the paper... AND EJECTS JACK VICTORY FROM RINGSIDE!!!

    Victory stomps his feet, wanting to throw more of a tantrum, however Corino shakes his head, motioning for him to leave.

    With Victory backing up the ramp, Justin Credible and Francine are arm in arm, waving goodbye to the fuming Victory. As Victory disappears through the curtain, they now turn their attention back to Steve Corino, who doesn’t look all that pleased. Meanwhile, yet again, Lynn remains rather stoic in the corner.

    Francine: It looks like the chances of Justin and I leaving with the ECW Championship severely increased. Are you going to cry like you would have a year ago because you don’t have your boyfriend with you, Corino?

    Heat from the fans as Credible and Francine laugh at her joke, and shockingly, Corino screws up his face and begins crying. The champion and his girl’s eyes light up in glee, however all of a sudden, Corino gets a shit eating grin on his face as he continues to fake cry. Corino carefully turns away from them for a second to grab a microphone before continue to fake cry.

    Steve Corino: I am crying... But I’m not crying because I’m upset. I’m crying of happiness, I’m crying of glee, I’m crying of laughter. I’m crying because quite frankly, I can’t believe that you both FELL INTO ANOTHER TRAP!!!

    Lynn still doesn’t react, as the fans buzz in anticipation, wondering what Corino is talking about. Francine and Credible looks a little uncertain now, but try to keep face anyway.

    Steve Corino: Do I like having my boy out here with me to, sometimes, tilt things in my favour? You’re damn right! But tonight, it doesn’t matter.YOU CAN BAN JACK IF THAT’S WHAT YOU BOTH WANT TO DO!!!

    ‘The King Of Old School’ still has a grin on his face, which makes Credible and Francine look uneasy.

    Steve Corino: I have to admit, I’m a little disappointed in you,Justin, I thought you’d be better than this. You’re slacking off; you don’t have your eyes on the prize anymore. You see, IF YOU DIDN’T SPEND ALL OF YOUR TIME AROUND THE QUEEN OF THE WHORES!!!

    MASSIVE pop for the insult, as Francine blocks her ears at the crowd reaction. Both Credible and Francine are furious now, pointing menacingly at Corino, who laughs and takes a quick look at Jerry Lynn, who still isn’t reacting.

    Steve Corino: If you did your research, you would have realised just who you are dealing with. YOU WOULD HAVE REALISED THAT YOU WILL NEVER OUT HEEL THE KING OF OLD SCHOOL!!!

    The fans can’t help but slightly cheer the confidence of Corino now.

    Steve Corino: So without further ado, let me introduce to all of you...MY NEW MANAGER...

    The whole arena is buzzing, as Credible and Francine look horrified.

    Steve Corino: ...DAWN MARIE!!!

    ***HELL ON HIGH HEELS*** forces AN EPIC REACTION from the fans, as everybody is up cheering as DAWN MARIE steps out from the curtain. Dawn is in a tight fitting, black dress, looking like a million bucks, as she sexily walks down the ramp, and gets into the ring.

    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants begin from the fans, as Corino can’t help but continue smiling, as he shares a friendly hug with Dawn. Meanwhile, Credible and Francine throw a tantrum, not believing that they have been one upped by Steve Corino.

    Dawn Marie basically laughs at the look on Credible’s face, before Corino hands her the microphone. Dawn looks ready to speak, when Jerry Lynn walks in the middle of everybody...AND BEGINS ATTACKING CREDIBLE AND CORINO!!!

    Francine and Dawn quickly scamper from the ring, and the referee calls for the bell.

    Match Eight
    ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Three Way Dance
    Justin Credible (c)w/Francine vs. Jerry Lynn vs. Steve Corino w/Dawn Marie


    The match begins in absolute chaos as all three men stand toe to toe to toe swinging wildly with right hands. Neither man gives an inch, or even tries to block a punch, just continuously swinging. This continues until Lynn lands a killer right hand to Credible, and an uppercut to Corino. With both of his opponents dazed, Lynn continues to hammer them both with right hands until Credible and Corino join forces, and land a Double Clothesline, dropping Lynn.There’s some heat from the fans for that as Credible tells Corino, “LET’S GET HIM”, only for ‘The King Of Old School’ to clobber Credible from behind instead. Corino now mounts Credible and just hammers away with both left and right hands, beating up the champion, but Credible reverses, and now he’s on top in the mount. Credible hammers away with right hands on Corino, but Corino rolls the mount over again, ending up on top, but they both roll over the bottom rope and fall to the outside. They break apart momentarily however they both get to their feet at the same time and begin hammering away on each other again... UNTIL JERRY LYNN COMES FROM INSIDE THE RING WITH A PLANCHA, TAKING OUT BOTH MEN!!!


    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants ring out for the first time in tonight’s main event as Lynn ignores the fans and gets to his feet. ‘The New F’n Show’ stands over both of his fallen opponents, before deciding to bring Corino to his feet, and kneeing him in the mid section. Lynn then whips Corino hard into the steel crowd barricade. Steve is in a tremendous amount of pain, yelling in agony, as Lynn lands a few right hands to his head, before grabbing Corino, and now THROWS HIM SHOULDER FIRST INTO THE RING STEPS!!!


    With Corino down, Lynn quickly checks behind and can’t see Credible anywhere, so he grabs Corino by the hair and drags him back to his feet. Jerry lands some more right hands onto Corino, really just teeing off, basically keeping him on his feet by his hair... WHEN JUSTIN CREDIBLE SWINGS THE SINGAPORE CANE OUT OF NOWHERE...BUT LYNN SOME HOW AVOIDS THE BLOW... AND CORINO COPS THE FULL FORCE OF THE CANE TO THE HEAD!!!


    A spaghetti legged Steve Corino collapses to the concrete floor, as the fans chant “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”. The ECW Champion pauses for a split second shocked that he hit Corino instead of Lynn, and this allows Lynn to slap the Singapore Cane out of Credible’s possession. With no weapon in hand, Credible backs away and begs off, drawing huge heat from the fans. Credible slides into the ring and Lynn eagerly follows, before Credible bounces off the ropes, but Lynn meets him with a right hand, dropping him with one punch. ‘The New F’n Show’ drags Credible back up and looks to send him into the ropes, but Credible reverses, sending Lynn instead. Credible swings wildly with a Clothesline, but Lynn ducks and lands a Spinning Heel Kick. Credible remains down, much to the crowds delight, and this allows Lynn time to step up onto the apron, climb to the top rope, and wait for Credible. Once the champion fights to his feet... LYNN LEAPS OFF, NAILING A CROSSBODY FROM THE TOP ROPE!!!


    Rather than go for the cover, Lynn manoeuvres himself into a mount position on Credible, and he hammers away with about fifteen unprotected right hands. Jerry Lynn continues to work like a machine, bringing Credible back up, and sending him to the corner. Lynn then charges across the ring, landing a Corner Clothesline, which drops Credible on his ass in the corner. Credible is under siege and given no time to breathe as Lynn now stomps all over the chest of Credible. After a fair few stomps, Lynn drags Credible to the centre of the ring, POSITIONING HIM FOR THE CRADLE PILEDRIVER... HOWEVER CORINO CLOTHESLINES LYNN DOWN BEFORE HE CAN LIFT CREDIBLE INTO THE AIR!!!


    The fans gasp at the break of the big time move, as now its Corino’s turn to stand over his two fallen opponents. ‘The King of Old School’ decides to pick up the ECW Champion, and he lands a number of quick punches, before throwing him outside of the ring. Corino now turns his attention towards Lynn, whose getting back to his feet, so Corino lands a few big punches, before taking Lynn up and down with a Scoop Brainbuster!!!


    Corino is in firm control now, as he takes a moment to raise his hands to the fans, before he begins stomping all over Lynn, stopping him from getting back to his feet. On the outside of the ring, Francine helps Justin Credible get back to his feet, and Credible looks to slide into the ring, before changing his mind, and deciding to watch on from the outside. The fans boo Credible on the outside, starting up a “PUSSY”, “PUSSY”, PUSSY” chant. Meanwhile, inside the ring, Corino brings Lynn up in an Inverted face lock, before dropping Lynn with the Roll The Dice!


    Rather than go for the pin, Corino mercilessly drags Lynn up by the hair again, but Lynn shrugs him off, and rock Corino with several right hands. With Corino dazed and out on his feet, Lynn bounces off the ropes... CHARGING AT CORINO...BUT CORINO SIDE STEPS LYNN AND SENDS HIM FLYING THROUGH THE ROPES AND TO THE OUTSIDE... AND LYNN LANDS RIGHT ON JUSTIN CREDIBLE!!!


    Both his opponents are down outside of the ring, and Corino stand in the middle of the ring, dusting off his shoulder as if to say this is easy. ‘The King Of Old School’ gets a very mixed reaction from the fans before he hops onto the ring apron, and drags Jerry Lynn onto the apron by his hair. Corino keeps a handful of Lynn’s hair now as he steps back into the ring, with Lynn remaining on the apron. Corino lands a few sharp right hands... BEFORE CORINO LOOKS TO SUPLEX LYNN BACK INTO THE RING... YET WITH LYNN IN MID AIR... CREDIBLE GRABS CORINO’S LEGS, TRIPPING HIM UP!!!


    CREDIBLE CONTINUES TO HOLD CORINO’S LEGS... AS LYNN LANDS ON TOP OF HIM FOR THE COVER...


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    !!!!!


    With the pinfall attempt being over, Credible takes his hands off of Corino’s legs, and he smirks at the heat he receives from the outside of the ring. As the champion remains distracted with the fans, Lynn gets up... SPRINTS ACROSS THE RING AND DIVES THROUGH THE ROPES... LANDING A DROPKICK TO CREDIBLE ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE RING!!!


    Credible falls to the floor yet again and Francine scurries around the ring, trying to help Credible to his feet yet again. Dawn Marie laughs at them from the other side of the ring, as Lynn stomps on Corino a few times, before stepping through the ropes and onto the apron. Lynn waits for Credible to get back to his feet, and when he does... HE PUSHES FRANCINE OUT OF THE WAY... AS JERRY LYNN COMES OFF OF THE APRON WITH A FLIPPING SENTON, TAKING OUT CREDIBLE YET AGAIN!!!


    Both men remain down on the floor, as the fans chant “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA” for the high risk move from Lynn. Back inside of the ring, Corino has made it to the ropes and he is using them to get back up. On the outside, Lynn gets up and with Credible not moving, Lynn slides back inside of the ring. He looks at Corino working his way to the feet and meets him in the corner, before he lands several right hands to the face, and a few Knife Edged Chops to the chest. Jerry Lynn looks back to ensure Credible is still down, and then he puts Corino in a Front face lock, before climbing up to the second rope and sits on the top. Lynn takes a moment AND THEN LEAPS OFF THE TOP ROPE, LOOKING FOR A TORNADO DDT... BUT CORINO THROWS LYNN OFF OF HIM... LYNN LANDS ON HIS FEET... AND CHARGES AT CORINO... WHO TAKES LYNN DOWN WITH AN STO!!!


    Corino and Lynn both take a bit to begin stirring, as the ECW Champion Justin Credible has managed to get to his feet. He sees that both men inside the ring are struggling to get to their feet and immediately slides inside the ring. ‘The King Of Old School’ begins working to his feet first, using the ropes, so Credible zeroes in on him, on his haunches, waiting... When Corino is up...CREDIBLE CHARGES AT HIM... LOOKING FOR A CLOTHESLINE... BUT CORINO CATCHES HIM WITH A POWERSLAM OUT OF NOWHERE!!!


    Big time pop for the move as Corino immediately hooks the leg...


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    !!!!!


    Corino gets to his knees and runs his hands through his hair, a little frustrated, before he sees Lynn getting to his knees as well. Steve immediately jumps to his feet and heads towards Lynn, savagely kicking him in the ribs to ensure he remains down. With Lynn winded and clutching his mid section, Corino turns his attention back to Credible. Corino waits for Credible to get to his feet...BEFORE HE LOOKS FOR THE OLD SCHOOL KICK... CREDIBLE AVOIDS CONTACT... BECAUSE LYNN SHOVES HIM OUT OF THE WAY... AND LYNN CATCHES CORINO’S LEG... HE SPINS CORINO AROUND... BEFORE KICKING HIM IN THE GUT... AND HE GOES FOR THE CRADLE PILEDRIVER... BUT CORINO REVERSES INTO A BACK BODY DROP...


    HOWEVER LYNN HOLDS ON... TURNING IT INTO A CRADLE SUNSET FLIP...


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    NO! AT THE LAST SECOND, CORINO MANAGES TO USE HIS FOOT TO KICK LYNN IN THE HEAD AND BREAK UP THE COUNT
    !!!!!


    They both bounce up to their feet really quickly, and meet in the middle of the ring, and Corino catches Lynn with a Northern Lights Suplex! As this is happening, Justin Credible is down in the corner of the ring, and Francine actually gets the ECW Championship from the outside of the ring. She slides the title into the ring and to Credible, who hides the belt behind his back, so neither of his opponents see it. Corino is now back up, and he drags Lynn up by the hair, GETTING HIM IN POSITION FOR THE OLD SCHOOL EXPULSION... BUT BEFORE HE LIFTS LYNN UP... CREDIBLE JUMPS UP... CHARGES ACROSS THE RING... AND TAKES OUT CORINO WITH A TITLE SHOT TO THE HEAD!!!


    The impact of the blow sends both Corino and Lynn falling to the canvas, as Credible has a shit eating grin on his face. ‘The King of Old School’ rolls under the bottom rope, falling to floor, needing a breather, and Dawn Marie hurries over to check on him, as Corino is busted wide open. As Dawn continues to check on the dazed Corino, inside the ring Credible has sent Lynn to the corner, where he is hammering away with punches and kicks to Lynn. Credible takes a few steps back and charges at Lynn, looking for a Corner Clothesline, but Lynn gets his boot up in Credible’s face.The champion staggers back to the middle of the ring, so LYNN NOW CHARGES TOWARDS HIM... BUT RUNS STRAIGHT INTO A SUPERKICK FROM CREDIBLE!!!

    Sensing his opportunity, Credible immediately brings Lynn back to his feet... BEFORE HE GETS HIM IN POSITION FOR THE THAT’S INCREDIBLE... LIFTS HIM UP... BUT LYNN SLIDES BEHIND CREDIBLE... AND DROPS HIM WITH A REVERSE DDT!!!


    Credible hasn’t moved as Lynn stays on the canvas, taking a few breaths, regaining his composure, before he pounces on Credible, hooking the leg...


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    !!!!!


    Jerry Lynn shakes his head, a wild look on his eyes, as he thought that was going to be enough to eliminate the current ECW Champion. For the first time tonight, Lynn actually looks towards the fans and he puts his thumb across his throat, signalling that the end is near for Credible. The fans cheer for Lynn, AS HE POSITIONS CREDIBLE FOR THE CRADLE PILEDRIVER... ALL OF A SUDDEN, HE DROPS CREDIBLE...AS FRANCINE HAS LEAPT UP ONTO THE APRON!!!


    Lynn’s eyes bulge wide as he is furious, as Francine plays with her slutty attire, trying to seduce Jerry from the apron. Instead, Lynn walks over... AND GRABS FRANCINE BY THE HAIR... DRAGGING HER INTO THE RING... AND FRANCINE ATTEMPTS TO SLAP LYNN... BUT LYNN BLOCKS IT!!!


    The fans are truly marking out now, waiting for Francine to finally get what she deserves... HOWEVER CREDIBLE CHARGES FROM BEHIND WITH THE TITLE BELT...SWINGING FOR THE BACK OF LYNN’S HEAD... LYNN MOVES OUT OF THE WAY... BUT CREDIBLE MANAGES TO STOP HIMSELF BEFORE HE HITS FRANCINE!!!


    Francine quickly steps through the ropes and gets back outside of the ring, AND CREDIBLE IS FORCED TO DROP THE TITLE... AS LYNN GOES FOR THE SCHOOL BOY PIN...


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    NO! AT THE LAST SECOND, A FURIOUS STEVE CORINO INTERRUPTS THE COUNT, WIPING BLOOD OUT OF HIS EYES AS HE DOES SO
    !!!!!


    Joey Styles puts over how frustrated Corino is at being busted open by Credible and that must be why he interrupted the fall. Lynn has a quizzical look on his face, but Corino immediately sets his attention on the downed champion, only to be interrupted by Lynn who turns Corino to face him and asks “what the fuck”? Corino responds by shrugging before quickly kicking Lynn in the gut...GETTING HIM IN POSITION FOR THE OLD SCHOOL EXPULSION... AND HE LIFTS HIM INTO THE AIR... BUT LYNN SLIDES DOWN CORINO’S BACK AND LANDS ON HIS FEET... LYNN TURNS CORINO AROUND... KICKS HIM IN THE GUT... AND GETS HIM IN POSITION FOR THE CRADLE PILEDRIVER... ONLY TO BE SUPERKICKED BY JUSTIN CREDIBLE!!!


    This time Credible saves Corino, as he then rolls Corino out of the way, and hooks both the legs of Jerry Lynn for the cover...


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    !!!!!


    With both of the challengers down but definitely not out of the contest, Credible takes a moment, picking up his title, raising it above his head, and yelling “I TOLD YOU ALL THIS WAS GONNA’ HAPPEN”! As the volcanic heat kicks in, Corino is half dead in the corner, as Dawn Marie leans through the ropes, trying to wake him back up. Meanwhile, Lynn begins crawling towards the ropes, doing all he can to get back to his feet. The fans urge him on, as Credible just waits...AND WHEN LYNN GETS TO HIS FEET... CREDIBLE SPRINTS AT HIM... LOOKING TO HIT HIM IN THE FACE WITH THE TITLE... BUT JERRY LYNN MEETS HIM WITH A DROPKICK OUT OFNOWHERE!!!


    All three men are down in the middle of the ring and the fans let out a standing ovation for the match so far, which is followed by epic chants of “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”. Eventually, as the crowd continues to make a tremendous amount of noise, Francine and Dawn watching on, all three men begin attempting to work their way to the feet. The ECW Champion is actually the first to get to one knee, only for Credible to collapse back to the mat, feeling the effects of the match. Corino and Lynn both get up at the same time with the aid of the ropes and they meet in the middle of the ring. They slug it out, trading right hands, Corino, Lynn, Corino, Lynn, Corino, Lynn, Lynn, Lynn, but Corino cuts Lynn off with a knee to the mid section. Jerry Lynn drops to one knee, clutching at his mid section... BEFORE GETTING UP AND BEING KNOCKED DOWN BY THE OLD SCHOOL KICK FROM STEVE CORINO!!!


    Jerry Lynn stiffens like a board and drops straight to the canvas, damn near unconscious. ‘The King Of Old School’ is unable to capitalise right away, as he’s forced to wipe some more blood out of his eyes. Corino then wipes some of his blood stained hair out of his eyes, and bends down to pick up Lynn... WHEN HE GETS CAUGHT WITH A LOW BLOW BY JUSTIN CREDIBLE!!!


    Gasps and groans emanate from the fans after the low blow, as they do from Corino, as he drops to the canvas and rolls to a corner of the ring. This leaves a half grinning half grimacing Credible to grab Lynn’s dead weight up by the hair. He pulls and pulls, finally getting Lynn to his feet, BEFORE PUTTING HIM IN POSITION AND DROPPING HIM WITH THE THAT’S INCREDIBLE!!!


    The cocky champion hooks Lynn’s leg, making the cover...


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    ELIMINATION #1 – Jerry Lynn by pinfall @ 14:51


    Having been defeated, Jerry Lynn rolls out of the ring, as Credible mounts Corino, and lands a barrage of right hands to the cut of Corino, causing blood to squirt out of the gash. Credible then drags Corino to his feet...AND GOES FOR THE THAT’S INCREDIBLE... BUT CORINO SLIDES BEHIND CREDIBLE... TURNS HIM AROUND...KICKS HIM IN THE GUT... AND DDT’S CREDIBLE ONTO THE ECW CHAMPIONSHIP!!!


    Corino drapes an arm over the chest of Credible for the cover...


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    NO! FRANCINE PLACES CREDIBLE’S FOOT ON THE BOTTOM ROPE
    !!!!!


    A HUGE eruption of heat comes from the audience as Francine smirks... UNTIL DAWN MARIE TACKLES HER TO THE FLOOR!!!


    “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants come from the audience as Dawn Marie and Francine claw at each other, ripping each other’s tops off in the process. The referee gets in between them; meanwhile Corino pulls up Credible inside the ring... AND LOOKS FOR THE OLD SCHOOL EXPULSION... CREDIBLE PUSHES CORINO AWAY, BEFORE LANDING A KICK TO THE GUT... THAT’S INCREDIBLE...CORINO SLIDES OFF OF CREDIBLE’S SHOULDER... OLD SCHOOL KICK... CREDIBLE DUCKS... FRANCINE THROWS HIM THE SINGAPORE CANE...SINGAPORE CANE TO THE ALREADY BLOODY HEAD OF CORINO!!!


    Those “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants continue, as Corino looks out of it. All of a sudden, Credible gets tapped on the shoulder, AND HE TURNS STRAIGHT INTO A KICK TO THE GUT... AND A CRADLE PILEDRIVER FROM JERRY LYNN!!!


    The fans go ape shit, as Lynn is trembling with anger, and Corino has his eyes wide in shock. With Lynn still just staring down at Credible, Corino drapes an arm over Credible...


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    NO! JERRY LYNN DRAGS CORINO OFF OF CREDIBLE AT THE LAST POSSIBLE SECOND
    !!!!!


    The fans are unhappy now, as Lynn drags Corino up... BEFORE DROPPING HIM WITH A CRADLE PILEDRIVER AS WELL!!!


    Half the fans chant “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” , whilst the other half give Lynn a very mixed reaction, as he hops outside the ring and walks towards the back. Both men remain down inside of the ring, so Francine and Dawn Marie both slide into the ring, to check on their respective men. With neither man moving, Francine and Dawn lock eyes, stand up... AND WE’VE GOT ANOTHER CAT FIGHT!!!


    The “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants continue as Dawn and Francine fall to the mat, ripping at each other’s hair. Francine gets on top of Dawn and lands a few ugly looking slaps, but Marie turns the tables, getting on top of Francine. All Francine can do is cover up and Dawn hammers away with right hands... UNTIL JUSTIN CREDIBLE HITS DAWN IN THE FACE WITH THE FUCKING SINGAPORE CANE!!!


    These fans are long winded, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”; “ECDUBBYA” continues to echo throughout the arena, as Credible smirks at the downed Dawn Marie. As the referee checks on Dawn, CREDIBLE TURNS STRAIGHT INTO A CLOTHESLINE FROM STEVE CORINO!!!


    With Credible down, Francine rolls out of the ring, looking scared, as Corino turns away from the already stirring Credible, to see Dawn Marie in pain. Corino moves the referee out of the way and checks on Dawn, helping her roll out of the ring... UNTIL JUSTIN CREDIBLE LANDS A SINGAPORE CANE SHOT RIGHT TO THE BACK OF CORINO’S SKULL... BREAKING THE CANE IN THE PROCESS!!!


    A fresh batch of “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chants for the brutal blow, as the champion quickly drops the Cane, drags Corino up by his hair... AND NAILS THE THAT’S INCREDIBLE!!!


    There’s no wasted motion, as Credible immediately makes the cover...


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    WINNER – Justin Credible by pinfall @ 17:27




    The bell rings and the fans can’t believe it, letting out a TREMENDOUS amount of heat as somehow, someway, the ECW Champion Justin Credible has once again successfully defended the title.

    With adrenaline surging through his veins, Credible gets back up, and he shares a hug with Francine, who still looks a little frazzled due to the beating she copped from Dawn Marie.

    The referee now hands Credible the title, and he raises it above his head, much to the dismay of the fans, and the delight of Francine.

    Outside of the ring, Corino has regained his wits about him, and he’s helping EMT’s take Dawn Marie to the back, a despondent look on his face.

    Meanwhile, back inside of the ring, Justin Credible and Francine are now being pelted with garbage by the rabid ECW fans, as they direct more “SLUT”, “SLUT”, “SLUT”chants at Francine.

    The dynamic duo just laugh it up, until Francine grabs a microphone from the ring announcer, and hands it to the ECW Champion.

    Justin Credible: You’re welcome ECW, because I’m about to free up some space on the pay roll. That hopeless ring announcer is no longer needed, because let me proudly present to you the winner of tonight’s match.

    Credible has a shit eating grin on his face, as he pauses to take some deep, heavy breaths. Francine just looks on in admiration of her man.

    Justin Credible: I hate to say I told you so, but... I told you all. This man is still the ECW World Heavyweight Champion!

    More boos from the fans, as Credible and Francine share a giggle.

    Justin Credible: Not only is he still the ECW World Heavyweight Champion, but he now has proof that he is everything that he says he is. He now has proof THAT HE IS THE GREATEST ECW CHAMPION OF ALL TIME...

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

    Justin Credible: The one and only, incomparable... JUSTIN CREDIBLE!!!

    The fans are at a fever pitch now, whilst Credible closes his eyes and once again, raises the title above his head. He now asks Francine to strap it around his waist, and she goes behind him to do it, ignoring the “FUCK YOU”, “FUCK YOU”, “FUCK YOU”chants from the fans.

    Justin Credible: SO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU IDIOTS CAN HAVE YOUR KINGS OF WRESTLING...

    Credible is beginning to get fired up at the lack of respect from the fans, whilst the fans mark out for the mention of the Kings of Wrestling.

    Justin Credible: YOU CAN HAVE YOUR HARDCORE ICONS...

    BIG POP.

    Justin Credible: YOU CAN HAVE YOUR FRANCHISES...

    HUMUNGOUS POP.

    Justin Credible: YOU CAN HAVE YOUR INNOVATORS...

    Big pop and a few fans attempt to start a “TOMMY”, “TOMMY”, “TOMMY” chant.

    Justin Credible: YOU CAN HAVE YOUR UNDERDOGS...

    No real reaction from the fans this time, but Credible pauses anyway, catching his breath. Even Francine looks a little taken aback at how livid Credible is right now.

    Justin Credible: YOU CAN HAVE YOUR WHOLE FUCKING SHOWS...

    EPIC POP and “RVD”,“RVD”, “RVD” chants, but there’s no signs of the fan favourite.

    Justin Credible: YOU CAN HAVE YOUR UNCROWNED KINGS...

    Francine puts a hand on Credible’s shoulder, but he shoots her a glare and she quickly removes it.

    Justin Credible: AND YOU CAN EVEN HAVE YOUR HUMAN SUPLEX MACHINES...

    EXTREMELY LOUD pop, as Credible now points his thumb into his own chest.

    Justin Credible: AND DESPITE ALL THE CUTE NICKNAMES, ALL THE REPUTATIONS, I AM BETTER THAN EVERY...SINGLE...ONE!!!

    Credible continues to breathe heavily, almost snarling, as the fans give him a massive amount of heat, but Francine gives him a standing ovation.

    Justin Credible: I...AM...ECW!!!

    The champion closes his eyes in ecstasy, listening to the heat from the fans, as Francine tells him how great he is. Credible remains silent for an awfully long time, regaining his composure before continuing.

    Justin Credible: You people might not like it, but I talk the talk and I walk the walk. Do you believe me yet?

    A resounding “NO”comes from the fans, and a now calm Credible can’t help but laugh. Francine seems a little more relaxed now her man is as well.

    Justin Credible: I don’t know what I need to do for you to all get it through your thick skulls. I mean, I just beat two men.

    JC smirks at his own achievements, whilst the fans just continue to boo him.

    Justin Credible: I haven’t lost a match in god knows how long. I beat the best of the best this company has to offer before I won this belt.

    Time for a breath, so he pauses, as, you guessed it, the passionate ECW fans continue to give him a hard time.

    Justin Credible: And since I’ve held this title, I’ve repeated the cycle. I’ve beaten everyone again with the belt on the line.

    He takes the title from around his waist and raises it in the air again, much to the dismay of the fans.

    Justin Credible: Keep it up with the insults, because proving you idiots all wrong fuels me. I love it when you all put your hope into someone to FINALLY shut me up.

    The champion now hands the title to Francine, who puts it over her shoulder.

    Justin Credible: Only for the new, great hope to do what they all do... Fail.

    Justin lets out a shit eating grin for his last statement, as the heat from the fans is only getting louder. It’s becoming obvious they are getting restless with Credible's shit talking for far too long.

    Justin Credible: Just to make one thing perfectly clear, MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT...

    Credible is forced toyell over the heat from the fans.

    Justin Credible: Each scenario will always end the same, THEY ALWAYS FAIL AND THEY ALWAYS WILL...

    He pauses, catching his breath.

    Justin Credible: Because I’m the greatest of all time, because I’M JUSTIN CREDIBLE!!!

    Francine is the only person in the arena clapping for the arrogant champion. He actually begins to shake his head at the fans.

    Justin Credible: You all have no respect for real talent. You know what? I hate all of you...

    Credible is interrupted by a “FUCK YOU”, “FUCK YOU”, “FUCK YOU” chant from the fans.

    Justin Credible: I hate all of you so much, that I’m going to make an open challenge right now, for somebody to come out here and take a shot at this title. I want to give you all hope, and snatch it away just ONE more time before I fucking kiss this promotion goodbye, and join my friends somewhere better.

    Wow. An UNGODLY amount of heat comes from the fans, as Credible sinisterly smirks.

    Justin Credible: So this goes out to everybody and anybody in the back, who has the guts to come out here and take the title from me?

    The fans are praying somebody comes out, but to no avail, as Credible and Francine remain inside the ring, alone.

    Justin Credible: Well you all line up in the back for a shot at losing to THE impact player, let me explain just why you will lose.

    More heat from the fans, as the champion continues to put himself over.

    Justin Credible: It’s because I don’t care what it takes, I have no limits. I’ll do anything for this.

    As Credible says this, he grabs the title back from Francine, clutching it in his hand and staring at it whilst he speaks.

    Justin Credible: I mean, just think about some of the things that I have already done. I sold out my tag team partner...

    The heat picks up from the fans again, as Credible snickers at what he did to Lance Storm.

    Justin Credible: I threw down the tag team titles...

    He pauses, letting his words sink in.

    Justin Credible: I’ve destroyed legends...

    BOOOOOOOOOOOO, at the smiling champion.

    Justin Credible: Hell, I even sold out The Network to keep this.

    For the first time, Credible gets the smallest of pops, which actually shocks him a little.

    Justin Credible: Why? Because as I said earlier, I DON’T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT ANYTHING BUT THIS...

    One more time, he raises the title above his head, which the fans shit all over once again.

    Justin Credible: And because I’m willing to go that extra mile, NOBODY CAN STOP ME...

    Credible shakes his head, further emphasising his point, ignoring the terribly negative crowd reaction he continues to receive.

    Justin Credible: So who wants a shot at the ECW Championship right now? WHO’S IT GONNA’ BE?

    The champion drops his microphone now, which ironically, gets a BIG pop from the smart ass fans. They continue to buzz though as Credible signals for somebody from the back to join him... He continues to wait and wait, as Francine tries to convince him that this open challenge is a bad idea, but he shakes his head and reassures her.

    Credible doesn’t have to wait too much longer as...

    ...

    ***SMACK MY BITCH UP*** The pop from the fans is HUGE, potentially the LOUDEST of the night as YOSHIHIRO TAJIRI steps through the curtain. Credible’s eyes bulge out of his head, and Francine shakes her head, as Tajiri stand just in front of the curtain, motioning that the title will be coming around his waist. With epic “TAJIRI”, “TAJIRI”, “TAJIRI” chants coming from the fans, Joey Styles puts over the fact that Tajiri has potentially been Credible’s only challenger, who was cheated, and never got a rematch. If it wasn’t for The FBI interfering, Tajiri would probably be the ECW Champion right now.

    With the fans still going berserk, Credible shrugs and says “BRING IT”, and he doesn’t have to wait long, as TAJIRI SPRINTS DOWN THE RAMP AND SLIDES INTO THE RING!!!

    Credible looks to pounce, but Tajiri shrugs him off, BEFORE IMMEDIATELY HAMMERING HIM WITH LEFT AND RIGHT LEG AND BODY KICKS!!!

    RAPID KICKS FROM TAJIRI AS CREDIBLE CAN DO NOTHING BUT REEL!!!

    As the kicks from Tajiri continue, a referee comes from the back, slides into the ring, and orders the ringing of the bell.

    Match Nine
    ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Justin Credible (c)w/Francine vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri


    Nothing changes once the bell rings, as TAJIRI CONTINUES TO LAND QUICK FIRE PUNCHES AND KICKS, REALLY ROCKING CREDIBLE!!! Tajiri continues on the attack, with Credible only able to brace himself and absorb a variety of body kicks... UNTIL FRANCINE SNEAKS FROM BEHIND AND RAKES TAJIRI’S EYES!!!


    The heat from the fans is enormous as Tajiri falls to his knees, clutching at his eyes blindly. Meanwhile, the ECW Champion shakes the cobwebs out after the early onslaught, before high fiving Francine for the help. Francine now scampers out of the ring, as Credible sends Tajiri into a corner, and beats away with right hands, before kicking him in the gut over and over again. Having beaten down Tajiri, Credible places Tajiri between his legs, LIFTS TAJIRI UP... SPRINTS ACROSS THE RING... AND LANDS A HUGE RUNNING POWERBOMB!!!


    With Tajiri down, Credible drops down beside him and wraps his hand around ‘The Japanese Buuzsaw’s’ throat, choking the life out of him. Tajiri opens his mouth wide, trying to breathe but struggles, until Credible finally relents on the choke. The champion drags Tajiri across the ring, and hangs him over the second rope, before sitting on his back, using the middle rope to choke Tajiri. Finally, the referee manages to get Credible to back off, but with the referee distracted, FRANCINE LANDS A SLAP TO THE FACE OF THE OUT OF BREATH TAJIRI!!!


    As the fans boo, Credible picks up the ECW Title which is still in the ring and raises it above his head, yelling “I TOLD YOU ALL... I AM ECW”. This statement only brings more heat, as Credible now drops down to Tajiri’s level, putting the title really close to his face, whilst he talks trash. “THIS IS THE CLOSEST YOU WILL EVER GET TO THIS” he yells, before dropping the title onto the canvas. He then places Tajiri’s head on the title... AND STOMPS HIS FOOT ONTO TAJIRI’S HEAD, SENDING IT INTO THE TITLE BELT!!!


    The arrogant, cocky champion doesn’t even think about a cover, as he just brings Tajiri back up, before peppering away with more right hands to the face. Credible sends Tajiri into the ropes, BUT TAJIRI BOUNCES OFF THE ROPES WITH A HANDSPRING BACK ELBOW WHICH LANDS FLUSH ON JUSTIN’S JAW!!!


    The mood in the arena changes so quickly as the fans cheer loudly for Tajiri. Both men remain down on the mat after the move, Credible exhausted, and Tajiri trying to regain his breath. Eventually, Tajiri gets to his feet, whilst Credible manages to struggle to one knee, until Tajiri takes his head off with a Shining Wizard!Rather than go for the cover, Tajiri brings Credible to his feet and lands a few right hands of his own, backing Credible into the corner. The champion lands a quick knee to the mid section, halting Tajiri’s momentum, before he looks to send Tajiri into the opposite corner... BUT TAJIRI HOLDS ONTO CREDIBLE’SARM, TANGLES HIMSELF IN THE ROPES... AND LOCKS IN THE TARANTULA!!!


    Big time pop from the fans as Credible screams in agony, as Tajiri shows no signs of letting go of the painful hold. Tajiri continues to wrench Credible’s body in ways it shouldn’t... BUT FRANCINE BREAKS IT UP BY RAKING THE BACK OF TAJIRI!!!


    A furious “SLUT”,“SLUT”. “SLUT” chant starts from the audience, which Francine ignores as Tajiri falls to the mat, holding his back. Surprisingly, Credible gets back to his feet pretty quickly, dragging Tajiri up, only to take him back down with a Back Suplex. Credible turns his attention towards the fans, signalling that it’s about to be over, before he is handed a Singapore Cane through the ropes by Francine. Credible stalks Tajiri, waiting for him to get up... BEFORE HE SWINGS WITH THE SINGAPORE CANE... BUT TAJIRI DUCKS... AND LANDS A SPINNING WHEELKICK!!!


    Tajiri bounces straight back to his feet now, stepping to the apron and climbing up to the top rope... BUT FRANCINE SWIPES AT HIS FOOT, CROTCHING TAJIRI ON THE TOP ROPE!!!


    ‘The Japanese Buzzsaw’ falls head first towards the ring in a tree of woe position, as the ECW Champion gets up, a little worse for wear. ‘The Impact Player’ lifts Tajiri out of the corner, having him IN POSITION FOR THE THAT’S INCREDIBLE... BUT TAJIRI SLIDES BEHIND... AND LANDS A ROUNDHOUSE KICK!!!


    Credible staggers into the ropes but somehow remains onto his feet, staggering back towards Tajiri, WHO DROPS HIM WITH A HOOK KICK!!!


    Crazily, ‘The Impact Player’ is running on adrenaline and crawls to the ropes, using them to get to his feet... BUT TAJIRI MEETS HIM WITH A BUZZSAW KICK!!!


    This time Credible stays down, so Tajiri makes the cover...


    ...
    ...1...
    ............................
    .....2.....
    ...
    ........3.......
    NO! FRANCINE SLIDES INTO THE RING AND PULLS THE REFEREE AWAY FROM MAKING THE COUNT
    !!!!!


    Boos from the crowd as Francine begins arguing with the referee. Tajiri is furious as he immediately jumps to his feet and begins walking towards Francine, who backs away, begging for mercy. Tajiri walks up to her, and grabs her by the hair...BUT CREDIBLE COMES FROM BEHIND WITH THE SINGAPORE CANE... YET TAJIRI MEETS HIM WITH A KICK TO THE GUT, FORCING HIM TO DROP THE CANE!!!


    Tajiri then looks for the Brainbuster, but Credible blocks it, before he tries to lift Tajiri up for the Brainbuster... Tajiri manages to fight out of it, landing on his feet behind Credible, so CREDIBLE QUICKLY TURNS AROUND... AND TAJIRI SPRAYS THE GREEN MIST... BUT CREDIBLE DRAGS FRANCINE IN THE WAY AND SHE COPS THE BLOW!!!


    The fans love it as Francine falls, screeching at the burning in her eyes, as an “ECDUBBYA”,“ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chant comes to fruition. With Tajiri slightly shocked, CREDIBLE PICKS UP THE SINGAPORE CANE... AND SWINGS AT HIM... BUT TAJIRI SIDESTEPS... BEFORE KICKING THE CANE RIGHT OUT OF CREDIBLE’S HANDS!!!


    Credible’s eyes open wide and his jaw drops, having lost his weapon... SO TAJIRI DROPS HIM WITH A ROUNDHOUSE KICK TO THE SIDE OF THE HEAD!!!

    The champion shows his resilience and grit, trying to crawl towards the ropes...BUT TAJIRI CUTS HIM OFF WITH A RUNNING BASEMENT DROPKICK!!!


    This whole arena is at a fever pitch, still in shock, but damn excited, as Tajiri brings Credible back to his feet... PUTS HIM IN A FRONT FACELOCK... HEAVES HIM UP INTO THE AIR... AND BRINGS HIM CRASHING DOWN WITH A BRAINBUSTER!!!


    Tajiri wastes no time, hooking the leg...


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


    WINNER – Yoshihiro Tajiri by pinfall @ 5:58

    OH MY GOD!!! In a shocking turn of events, YOSHIHIRO TAJIRI IS THE NEW ECW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION!!!

    The fans are going ballistic with cheers, as the referee raises the hands of the new champion.

    Tajiri can’t believe it, as he looks up to the skies, a huge smile on his face and tears rolling down his cheeks, as the fans all chant “TAJIRI”, “TAJIRI”, “TAJIRI”.

    The referee now grabs the title and hands it to ‘The Japanese Buzzsaw’ who raises it above his head and lets out a victorious yell.

    Meanwhile, on the outside of the ring, a furious Credible and Francine are seen helping each other towards the bag, tears almost running down their cheeks as well.

    The fans have switched to an “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA”, “ECDUBBYA” chant now, as Tajiri continues to celebrate in the ring, now on the ropes, showing the fans his new title.

    As the feel good celebration continues, as the “ECDUBBYA” chants continue, and as Tajiri’s smile continues to grow, the biggest show of the year fades to black, a new era upon us.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    I liked the no frills opening for the show. It’s ECW - it doesn’t need the heavily produced opening montage - it’s gritty and it felt real, getting comments from the three men involved in the title match tonight. Very UFC-esque even.

    So, it looks like Simon has a problem, huh? Gertner building Team Me up before shitting on them was a chuckle, and it all led nicely into a chaotic opening sequence into the opening match, staying true to the tradition of ECW. I’m glad you got Dreamer on the show in some form with this run in, and it made sense to do so here too. Nice spot for Matthews and York (my LOD prediction - lol) to have, making a save for the Innovator of Violence, and answering the open challenge.

    Matthews and York don’t lose any credibility in the loss, especially with the interference from Anderson, and CW being on the scene allowed you to nicely transition straight into the Super Crazy match. It became quite clear to me when I looked back at my original predictions for this show long ago that I obviously wasn’t closely following the thread at the time, as I didn’t appear to realise Super Crazy was returning to ECW.

    Glad you had Team Me taken out of the picture, giving the show a chance to settle down and let two great wrestlers go at it without the bells and whistles of interference from Swinger and Diamond. Match followed a nice pattern, giving Crazy some flashy offence at the outset before giving Anderson some shine. Felt like a real back and forth type affair, as the momentum seemed like it constantly was swinging between the two, and you had the two guys styles mesh really well, with Crazy being aerial as often as possible, and Anderson trying to make it a more grounded affair. Liked the DDT counter out of the spine buster, and it showed that CW had obviously done his homework on Crazy, twice avoiding the moonsault, but there was no way he was avoiding the third after the Liger Bomb. Nice return win for Super Crazy in what was essentially the first *real* match of the show.

    Quite an unceremonious way to send Nova and Chetti packing - but it serves one massive purpose; making Rhino look like the absolute beast he always is in this thread. And given the anarchic nature of ECW, it doesn’t even seem outlandish that Rhino could do that and the result would stand. Looks bad on Nova and Chetti obviously … but they’re not really all that big of a deal anyway. Rhino obviously is. Loved this.

    Enjoyably one sided start to the six man tag, utilizing the strengths of Kash and Roadkill especially. Good teasing of Doring and Roadkill getting their hands on Elektra throughout the match too, without really getting the big pay off, with just the mix up between her and Dinero when she was sent to the floor. Was essentially an extended squash match, given the lack of offence the Hot Commodity got in during the match, but as I said at the start, a very enjoyable one sided match up. And again, it makes sense for it to go this way, given how over Kash, Roadkill and Doring all are compared to the Hot Commodity who are firmly entrenched in the lower reaches of the card.

    Nice pair of promos from Rhino and New Jack. “Shit your face off.” lol.

    Good win for the emerging EYE BALLS. Good to get them up and running with a win on PPV in grisly fashion.

    A typically bizarre Unholy Alliance promo. Obviously fit perfectly into the time of year with Thanksgiving, and I’d love to see the scene of Mikey hog tied with the table set alight.

    “New Jack, but same old shit.” That is such a great line. Rhino should’ve used that in the run up to this show (maybe he did, and I somehow missed it?) for sure. There was no point hanging around here, the absolutely right thing to do by just going balls to the wall from the first second. Liked the added description of Rhino having to sort of fight the fans off whilst in the crowd too - as always, it’s the little details that make a big difference to helping readers envisage what’s happening.

    Glad you didn’t give us the Piledriver through the table off the apron so soon - always nice to be teased, and this worked really nicely with the table still being used here, only it was New Jacks bulldog. Throughout the match, you did a great job of making it feel like a genuine streetfight, with the hammer to the dick. That’s something you could naturally expect to see if two nut jobs were legit brawling on the street. The guitar spot felt a bit cheesy tbh - but I’m not a New Jack aficionado, so maybe the guitar spot is a staple of his garbage matches. If so, then I’ll take that criticism back. That said, the use of the guitar strings to choke Rhino completely made up for any cheesiness I felt the guitar brought, and added another layer of realism to the fight.

    Another big instance of Rhino being a fucking beast by ripping New Jack down with the clothesline from Jacks leap off the top. Nice tease of a big Rhino spot on the first Gore attempt before paying it off on the return. Glad it was a clean win for Rhino, and I was pleasantly surprised with the match, having expected little from it with New Jack involved. Expected more crowd brawling, but I’m glad that didn’t happen, as this type of match is much better suited to Rhino, though a little disappointed we didn’t get the Piledriver off the apron through a table after the earlier tease. Still, the main thing is; Rhino is the fucking man!!

    …And I stand corrected. You really had me thinking we weren’t getting the table spot when you started going over the highlights. Awesome tease, and yet another instance of Rhino being the unstoppable, uncontrollable monster he’s been throughout the run of this thread. Hopefully that’s the end of New Jack here too. *Fingers crossed*

    Interesting tidbit there of the FBI screwing Tajiri against Justin Credible for the ECW Title … I’m sure that wont mean anything in the long run…

    Given what was still to come, it sure was surprising that the FBI beat the Unholy Alliance (with added Craziness) here, but the U.A have an out obviously with the change in partner midway through the match and the mix up between Tajiri and Super Crazy leading toward the finish. And of course, it doesn’t hurt to keep the likes of FBI strong with a big win here (especially in hindsight, knowing what’s to come on this show later)

    Loved the pre-match promo before the Three-Way-Dance. I half expected Francine to offer her services to Corino and Lynn if they wound up winning when she started the promo, and Corino read brilliantly here too. Introducing Dawn Marie as his manager (I’m right in thinking she formerly managed Credible, right?) was a nice touch too, showing he’s not dumb. All led excellently into Lynn seemingly saying ‘fuck this shit’ and kick-starting the match. A fantastic pre-cursor to the main event.

    And Lynn starting off hot like he did helps the start of the match too, as three ways can be difficult at the opening stages with the dynamic of the third person to contend with. Glad you didn’t have Corino just saddle up with Credible, and instantly turning on him once they put Jerry down. Noticed early on that you kept all three men constantly involved, as opposed to the usual WWE schtick of two in and one out, recycling the third man throughout. Instead, this was a proper three way fight, with only brief periods of the odd man being on the outside.

    Especially liked the spot where Lynn ducked the Cane shot with Corino taking it instead, and Credible tripping Corinos legs when he went for the suplex into the ring on Lynn. Jerry Lynn looked to be busting out all the high risk moves, which makes sense, playing into his desperation to be ECW Champion - of course he’s going to take every risk imaginable. Corino meanwhile, looked to have answers to everything Lynn and Credible threw at him, with the counter to the Tornado DDT leading to an eventual STO from Corino, and the snap power slam catching Credible (a move I love seeing) … but it wouldn’t be a Corino match without some blood being shed.

    Throughout this show, I’ve liked the teases you’ve done - and here too, with Credible JUST stopping before nailing his own manager accidentally was another nice tease. Glad you openly questioned why Corino would break a count up in an elimination match, as it didn’t make sense initially, but in wrestling mindsets, Corino wanting to eliminate Credible himself does make sense. Really expected it to come down to Lynn and Credible at the end, so seeing Lynn go first was a big surprise to me. Also found it strange that once he was beaten, you just had Lynn depart and then nothing about him after that. Would’ve liked some kind of description on his reaction to being eliminated, given how much he’s been fighting to become champion … but I should know better than to doubt you on these things.

    Lynn coming back with a vengeance at Credible AND Corino was a surprise. Clearly, the veteran is going off the deep end in his failure to win the big one. Also, I have to add, that prior to Lynn returning, it was pretty sweet to just see Corino and Credible go right into near falls, rather than having them reset everything. Instead, you played off the match already being fifteen minutes long and both men going for the finish at this point. With the introduction of Dawn Marie there just had to be a trademark ECW catfight!! I’ve already remarked on the Jerry Lynn return, but after that, Justin Credible nailing Dawn with the Cane was shocking - even for ECW standards. To me, that appeared to be Corinos own downfall, adding Dawn as his manager, with him checking on her being what cost him the title here. Surprised the finish came so soon after the Jerry Lynn elimination, but it would all become clear why this didn’t run on for too long.

    Credible being the big mouth, big head champion he always is, allows himself to talk his way into trouble. Great, pompous promo from Credible, tooting his own horn - and I LOVE the fact you had Tajiri answer this challenge. Personally, I loved Tajiri when he started off in the WWF in 2001, so as a fan, I’m all in on the Buzzsaw as ECW Champion. It’s fresh, new and exciting. The match itself was fine too, and just under six minutes felt about right for this point of the show, coming off the heels of the main event, and at this length the match was able to go at a brisk pace. Great use of Francine too, and made total sense for her to continually get involved to save Credible, given her character being a whore for the world championship. But all of that was just more roadblocks to make Tajiri look even better, overcoming the interference from Francine to pick off Credible and win the belt.

    Certainly not the finish to this show anyone could’ve expected. A huge, shocking turn of events - a swerve; but a good swerve, and you laid the seeds earlier in the night with the callback to Tajiri missing out on the belt to Credible before and noting during his entrance at the end with Styles saying Tajiri was the only screwed over challenger that never got a rematch. Tremendous stuff all round. A memorable November to Remember with a brand spanking new star to build around as champion. Exciting times for ECW … just get the company a TV network now.
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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    November 2 Remember

    Excellent start with the three men hoping to be champ at the end of the night talking up their chances. Gives the title match a big match, important feel.

    A little disappointed with York and Matthews as the surprise team. Really hoped that Public Enemy would return 'home' and get the crowd waving their arms about. Like Wolf said though they lose nothing in defeat thanks to CW Anderson.

    Super Crazy gets the win in what was a very fun match to read. Crazy needed that win to come back looking strong. CW Anderson will surely dive into a feud with Tommy Dreamer again... who it was nice to see for the first time in a while.

    Team Kash was always going to be on the money!!! Hot Commodity really are jobbers to the stars and there's not much upside to them other than they attack in numbers to gain heat before the faces take them down. They do their job alright. Still looking for Kash/Rhino again. Loved their matches previously.

    Chetti and Nova both seeing the exit door. Can't say it's something that I hate as neither have really done much to excite me or even interest me. Nova coming back as Simon Dean could have been funny as hell though. The final member of The Blue World Order has finally left the building. As for Rhino he's a nutcase and he's still got New Jack to come tonight!!!

    Eyeballs (what a name haha) take the impressive gruesome win over Da Baldies as I thought they would. I would love for them to be in contention for the tag team titles. A hard hitting

    Rhino versus New Jack was exactly the match you expected it to be. It wasn't one. It was an all out war with weapons galore. Loved it and thank the lord that you went with Rhino because I cannot stand New Jack. Wondering when RVD might make a return to the company as his feud with Rhino is the money match of the whole company. The Piledriver spot afterwards was epic and hopefully as Wolf said that puts an end to New Jack in our faces.

    Was really hoping that The Unholy Alliance could regain the titles from the FBI. Super Crazy replacing Whipwreck was cool as hell but in the end the previous friction and history between Crazy and Tajiri came back to cost them dearly. FBI gain a lot in victory and have plenty of challengers to look forward to in Doring/Roadkill, Eyeballs and maybe York/Matthews down the line.

    Main event was chaotic and started with the huge announcement of Dawn Marie (yum) being Corino's new manager. Lynn was crazy as hell in this and put himself on the line way too much. It led to his early elimination and I was glad that it went down to Corino/Credible. Lynn's reaction might lead to a slow heel turn I think as he needs a little change to mix things up. Corino stopping Lynn from eliminating Credible was silly though and despite all the hatred surely the title was the most important thing for Corino tonight... and the best way to stick it to Credible is by taking his title. Eventually though Corino's attempt to one-up Credible with Dawn Marie backfires and it costs him the title. Credible again survives with his title and is really over as the top guy in ECW....

    .... but then Tajiri wins the World title!!! What the hell!!! I never expected anything so bold and awesome to finish the show. Credible's cockiness finally got the better of him and The Japanese Buzzsaw takes full advantage. Not sure whether this is the right call with it being too early for Tajiri but I can't help but feel excited about what this means for the future of ECW running forward. Tajiri just beat Justin Credible. And now Tajiri has Credible, Corino, Lynn and even the friction with former foe Super Crazy earlier tonight. A lot of options and routes that Tajiri as champion can take ECW. I can't wait to see where it goes.

    N2R was a brilliant read and nothing really dipped throughout the show. The ending to the night with the three way dance into Tajiri winning the title was excellent and would have got the biggest pop imaginable. Hyped for what's to come... keep up the awesome work Stojy. I will be reading.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Trying to pick out what to read/what I'll be able to catch up on over here, and this is one that I'm gonna try to catch up with. So far this and being the booker are the two I'm trying to read. I picked up at Anarchy Rulz and loved that show. Like some commenters said, I'm not sure how I felt about the ending, but we'll see how that all ends up. I always loved ECW so I'll definitely be following this. It seems like you have a really good grasp on the characters too. Once I'm caught up I'll give you some full reviews, but I'm really liking how this looks so far.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER!!!!!

    So pissed I forgot to post my predictions, honestly thought I had haha.

    Great opening build, all three men seem like they could walk out with the championship, still hoping Credible retains though.

    So, I don't think I knew anyone in this segement, aside from Dreamer, but aside from that it was entertaining enough. Quick match with Team Me getting the win.

    Leading directly into the debut of SUPER CRAZY!! Very fun read, glad to see Super Crazy pick up the win.

    RHINO!! Hugely unexpected but great finish with Rhino ending the careers of two men, I wonder if they will get involved later in the championship match.

    Quick six man tag, good to see Kash pick up the win for his team. They were the clear winners.

    Flaming Table Match!! Little disappointed that the summary of this match was so short, but it got the flaming table spot which was the only thing that mattered.

    aaaaaaaand it got us to Rhino's match faster!!

    "New Jack, but same old shit" made me laugh.

    Great, Violent contest, but Rhino was always going to win. Excited to see him push forward and maybe (definitely) get a shot at the ECW Championship. He brutally destroys New Jack after the match, which was great.

    Tag Championship, didn't expect Super Crazy to appear again and it was a little off that he ate the pin after his win earlier, but the match seemed enjoyable enough. Tajiri being angry was totally justified and I wouldn't be mad if he attacked Crazy in the near future.

    Great video package for the main event. Got me even more pumped for it.

    One hell of a main event. Chaotic and violent as hell. Lynn with the heel turn? Costing Corino the match was great and unexpected. Credible picks up the win which is what I wanted to end a great match.

    As Credible went on, I was half expecting a Van Dam return, then thought of Rhino!...Tajiri never would have crossed my mind, but I fucking loved it. Tajiri comes out of nowhere with the huge upset and wins the championship!!! Great, shocking ending to the event!!

    Another awesome show, violent as always and crazy well written. Very shocking but great finish to the night, excited to see where things go now that Tajiri is the on top!!






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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Thanks for all the kind words regarding the show and thread in general, can’t thank you all enough.

    Already got the next month worth of shows written, I just like to let the big shows settle for a bit before continuing…

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    Thanks for the predictions guys, and it’s a tie so well done to Sykotic and BXSTXRD. I’ll probably get some news and notes up in a few days, and shows shouldn’t be too long after that.






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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Alright, it has taken me too long to get to this. Sorry for the delay but here we go!

    November To Remember review:

    That was a very well executed promo by Jerry Lynn to open the show. You capture his intensity, determination and drive perfectly here.

    A decent promo here for Corino showing off his ego and arrogance.

    And of course we get Credible to finish off the promotion of tonight's World Championship match. As for his promo here, I did really like it. It does feel like he is moving more towards a tweener roll in this match by the way he bounced back and forth through his promo.

    As for pure substance, I feel your Lynn promo was a step above. But a great job all around to get even more hype on the World title match. Excellent start.

    As soon as he mentioned Dreamer, knew he was coming and damn, if it wasn't still awesome! I think Ive said it before about not actually knowing CW Anderson other than hearing his name before. Since starting to read your BTB, I can say youve done a great job at making me not like this guy. Hopefully this whole thing will lead to an impromptu six man tag tonight.

    God dammit.....got excited literally two seconds too quickly. BUT!!!! Did make the correct prediction to the open challenge so thats cool!

    Team Me needed the win to continue their story so that was the right choice here. Hopefully Tommy is back from injury soon and gets revenge on all these guys.

    It seems like there is often just attacks after matches that lead right into the next match. Happens a bit often for me sometimes but I never really watched ECW back in the day so this may actually be you keeping it realistic.

    Super Crazy whooping on everybody and then in the match taking it to CW a whole lot. Really putting him over. That rope kick sounds excruciating. Holy hell!!! What a great match. Lots of back and forth action and so many near falls. Very well written. Glad Super Crazy picked up the win....hard fought win.

    I mean....I am confused. Love Rhino and love his unpredictability and violence. And if that is legit, thats a crazy twist to a Loser Leaves Town match.

    Another really well written match here. Truthfully I am just curious where Kid Kash now goes from here.

    More Rhino! I approve. Always more Rhino!!! Holy fucking intensity! Consistantly my favorite part of your shows. You write him so well.

    Loved New Jack's "Big fuckin meal" line.

    Surprised to see a match that was over 11 minutes be written in such recap form. Again the right team won here.

    The Unholy Alliance promo didnt really do it for me but I am still fully supporting them and can't wait for them to get the big win tonight.

    That was a car wreck.....in a good way. Such a variety of weapons and so much violence. An awesome ending. Soooooo glad Rhino won. These two put on one hell of a match here, great job! And Jesus, that post match Piledriver was just nasty.

    Well damn. First match of the night where the outcome isnt the person or team I wanted to win. Good match still and I am very curious to see where FBI, Unholy Alliance and Super Crazy all go from here.

    Enjoyed the recap of how the main event came to be. A nice little refresher.

    Cool to see Francine get a moment of focus during this opening of the match. And oh shit, loved the Corino swerve with the big announcement Dawn Marie!

    Holy fuck dude!!! That was an amazing match. The perfect way to cap off your PPV. Poor Jerry Lynn who had the best promo to start the show, gets eliminated first and loses another big one.

    And there is the full on heelness Credible was missing earlier. Please can we get some RVD up in this bitch!!! Oh fuck, what the hell!!! TAJIRI!!!! And another title match?!?!?!

    Mist!!! Bout time to see that!

    Oh shit!!! Tajiri is champ!! Dude I am speechless.

    Wow! That was a great PPV. You captured me with excellent writing especially getting me interested in matches with people I dont know or dont like. The three way for the ECW title was the match of the night as expected but Rhino vs. New Jack was so damn close too. The surprise with Tajiri at the end was my favorite moment of the show though and I am excited to see Tajiri feud with Credible. Excellent Stojy!!!!



    Quote Originally Posted by stojy View Post
    Thanks for all the kind words regarding the show and thread in general, can’t thank you all enough.

    Already got the next month worth of shows written, I just like to let the big shows settle for a bit before continuing…

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    Sykotic 9 points
    BXSTXRD 9 points
    Wolf Beast 5 points

    Thanks for the predictions guys, and it’s a tie so well done to Sykotic and BXSTXRD. I’ll probably get some news and notes up in a few days, and shows shouldn’t be too long after that.
    Awe damn!!! That's fucking exciting!

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    A slight delay because real life is kicking my ass, sorry about that. Oh and thanks to BX for the feedback, much appreciated.

    ECW News and Notes


    Unfortunately for Extreme Championship Wrestling, at this point in time there is no update on a new television deal. Paul Heyman is reportedly pulling out all of the stops, meeting with anybody he can, but he has been unable to find anybody willing to commit to ECW. There are rumours swirling around that potential suitors for ECW are nervous to enter business with them after how sour ECW’s relationship with TNN ended up. Whilst ECW is still staying afloat due to sold out shows and a high number of merchandise sales, the fact remains that without a television network, they are fighting a losing battle.


    Despite no television deal, ECW has managed to schedule another pay per view, which was officially announced to the world during the ECW November to Remember broadcast. The pay per view will be titled ECW Massacre On 34th street and it will take place on December, 3rd, live from the Hammerstein Ballroom. It will be interesting to see if ECW remains on pay per view heading into the year 2001 as no television deal seems to be affecting their buy rates. ECW November to Remember is usually the highest selling show of the year, however this year; it only managed to meet the buy rates of the previous month’s pay per view, Anarchy Rulz. Extreme Championship Wrestling officials are hoping this is to do with guys like Rob Van Dam and Tommy Dreamer not competing, rather than fans losing interest and accessibility to the show.


    ECW have also been throwing around the idea of freshening up their roster with some independent talents, however with no TV deal, they are struggling to garner the interest of any great talents. On the other end of things, both the World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling are picking up talents left and right and even trying to poach ECW talent.


    Whilst no names have been mentioned, it was rumoured that a few big name independent wrestlers were supposed to join ECW on exclusive contracts, but something went wrong last minute and they pulled out of the deals. To keep wrestlers salaries in budget (or as in budget as they possibly could be for ECW), Heyman was planning to release Chris Chetti and Nova, organising for them to be replaced by these new talents. After being loyal to ECW, Chetti and Nova refused to make amends with Heyman when he told them they could stay, and they both insisted on leaving. This is the reason for having Rhino defeat both men in the Loser Leaves ECW match at November to Remember. The company can confirm that neither man will compete on ECW programming again.Whilst Chris Chetti’s future remains unknown, the WWE are apparently in talks with Nova, pitching him some sort of fitness guru gimmick.


    Rhino and New Jack had an absolute war at November to Remember, with Rhino retaining the ECW Television Championship. Rhino had taken New Jack out of action previously and this was never supposed to be a long term feud. New Jack was brought back for the sole purpose of putting over Rhino and placing a full stop on their feud. The rumours are that New Jack will now be off to tour Japan, and it’s up in the air whether he will ever compete at ECW again. Meanwhile, quite obviously, Rhino is an integral part of ECW’s plans moving forward.


    At this stage, it is unknown what capacity Dawn Marie will play on screen in the future, or whether or not she will continue to be associated with Steve Corino. No matter what decision is made moving forward, she will be remaining on television.


    ECW were said to be extremely happy with Justin Credible’s ECW Championship reign and if ECW still had a television deal, he would potentially still be champion. Considering the fact that they don’t have a deal, they decided to experiment by putting long time fan favourite Tajiri as ECW Champion. Justin Credible will still remain in the main event scene, but ECW want to see how the fans react to a guy like Tajiri, with no real promo skills but the ability to put on consistent five star matches. If the title reign is deemed a failure, by all accounts, the title could be taken straight off Tajiri and given to somebody else.


    Over the past few months, Cyrus has arguably been the best heat getter from the fans in ECW. The issue with this is it was always to do with The Network, however with TNN no longer supporting ECW; The Network angle doesn’t make sense. It actually doesn’t make sense for the Cyrus character to appear on television at all. ECW are at a loss as they know how valuable Cyrus is, and Cyrus is reportedly getting frustrated with being left off of the show. It is rumoured that WCW are knocking on Cyrus’ door, believing they can make a version of WWE’s Jackyl character work for him.






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    Hey man,

    I didn't get round to giving comments on N2R but it was an absolutely fantastic show. Excited to see where you go with Tajiri here, as you alluded to his mic skills are zero but his match quality is outstanding so I'm hoping he'll be champ for a good few months yet.

    I like your news updates, would love to see some an influx of indy guys from that time period but with the way ECW is I guess a huge injection isn't really on the cards. Please, please, please somehow get Cyrus back onto TV though, it'd be a huge loss if he was to go.

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    Thanks for the comments, Baldwin. Always happy to know you're reading.

    Typical post PPV ECW show with no new matches being taped. Sorry.

    ***


    ECW Hardcore TV
    November 11th, 2000
    Villa Park, Illinois


    Rather surprisingly for an episode of ECW, the show opens up with a recap video of last week’s ECW November to Remembers main event. The first highlight that is shown is the first elimination of the Three Way Dance match for the ECW Championship. It begins with Steve Corino dropping Jerry Lynn with the Old School Kick. The ECW Champion Justin Credible then sneaks from behind, landing a low blow on Corino, before landing the That’s Incredible on Lynn and eliminating him from the match. From here, we get a quick glance of Credible smashing his former manager Dawn Marie, in the face with a Singapore Cane, and then the video cuts to Corino checking on Marie. This leaves ‘The King Of Old School’ open to a Singapore Cane to the back of his head, followed by the That’s Incredible, which lead to Justin retaining his ECW Championship.

    The video now cuts to an exhausted yet entitled Justin Credible calling himself ECW, and challenging somebody else who he can beat. The man who answered Credible’s challenge was Yoshihiro Tajiri, one of the only men on the roster that Credible hasn’t beaten without help. Despite constant interference from Francine, Tajiri dominates the contest, eventually nailing a Brainbuster and pinning Credible to become the NEW ECW Champion.

    The final image we see in the video is of Tajiri raising the ECW Championship above his head, whilst the fans chant a mixture of “ECDUBBYA” and“TAJIRI”. Tajiri continues to celebrate, as the pay per view, and this video recap, fades to black.

    ...

    We now get another video package come across our screens...

    ***


    ECW Massacre on 34th Street
    December 3rd on PPV


    ***


    From here, we head to a hallway in the back, where Danny Doring and Roadkill are standing by. Despite picking up a victory at ECW November to Remember, they both look deadly serious, eyeing the camera before Doring begins to speak.

    Danny Doring: I’m going to cut straight to the chase. As much as I hate to admit it, every single team that has been put in front of The FBI has been beaten.

    Roadkill remains standing still, not showing any emotion, as Doring shakes his head.

    Danny Doring: You have to give them credit for finding a way to win, even when their backs are against the wall, but Roady and I, are exactly the same.

    Roady still doesn’t react, as Doring pauses, taking a breath.

    Danny Doring: We have had to start right at the bottom, and we’ve had to scratch and claw for everything we’ve achieved so far in ECW. And everybody who has tried to come up and take our spot has been turned back.

    A passionate Doring nods along with his words, looking at Roady, who still hasn’t moved.

    Danny Doring: Every team that gets put against us ends up getting their asses kicked...

    Doring punches Roadkill’s chest now, getting fired up, and Roady looks at Doring questionably, before staring back into space.

    Danny Doring: So surprisingly, again, as much as I hate to admit it, The FBI has done exactly the same, so we’re actually quite similar at the moment.

    A bit of a shocking admission from Doring, who grimaces a little.

    Danny Doring: Despite morals and not cheating to win all out our matches, there’s one other difference between The FBI and us. Unlike The FBI, in recent times, we have been beaten.

    Danny Doring shakes his head, unhappy to admit it, before continuing.

    Danny Doring: We have been so close to winning the ECW Tag Team Championships, only to be turned back at the last possible second.

    He’s getting fired up now, as Roady remains as unmoving as ever.

    Danny Doring: We have beaten every team that we have had to except for The FBI. Every time we face The FBI, by hook or by crook, we get our asses kicked.

    DD looks down at the ground, a little disappointed.

    Danny Doring: But I’ll take complete responsibility for our previous experiences when dealing with The FBI. It’s my fault because I knew that they would try and cheat us.

    The angry Danny pauses, shaking his head to himself, looking up at Roadkill, who still stands there emotionless.

    Danny Doring: In my head though, I had the idea of overcoming the dirty tactics. I wanted our tag team wrestling to be the reason why we became the champions, and we are going to be honourable champions at that. With this vision in my head, I didn’t want to fight fire with fire, I didn’t want to use dirty tactics, and I didn’t want to fight back.

    The frustration is almost radiating from DD, as he pauses to let his words sink in.

    Danny Doring: So over the past few weeks, Roady and I have done some soul searching, and we’ve decided to just let the truth out for everybody to see.

    There’s a slight grin across the face of Doring now, as Roady still just stands in the background.

    Danny Doring: We’ve realised that we have broken the rules in the past, and if we have to, we will do it again. The truth is, we aren’t choir boys, and now that we are happy to admit that, we want one more shot. FBI, if you have the balls, we want another shot at those ECW Tag Team Championships!

    Doring is getting fired up now, face reddening slightly as he speaks, nodding along with his own words again.

    Danny Doring: We’re going to put it all on the line, so we can beat YOU...

    DD, caught up in the moment, basically yells out the last word.

    Danny Doring: We’re going to put it all on the line, so we can take YOUR spot...

    Doring is dead panning the camera now, pointing a finger at it to.

    Danny Doring: We’re going to put it all on the line, so we can kick YOUR asses...

    He gets a shit eating grin on his face now.

    Danny Doring: And then once all is said and done, and all the smoke has cleared, and all the dust has settled, we’re going to pluck your heads...

    DD looks at Roadkill, who still doesn’t show any response in his body language.

    Danny Doring: That’s right; we’re going to pluck your heads, just like a bunch of...

    Roadkill: CHICKENS~!

    Roadkill now looks just as fired up, as Danny Doring punches his chest again, and the two nod, ready for another attempt at ECW tag team gold, before they storm out of camera view...

    ...

    With that interview being finished, another highlights video package plays across the screen...

    ***


    The video opens up with clips from ECW November To Remember last week, showing Team Me standing in the middle of the ring, bragging about attacking Tommy Dreamer, and forcing him to miss his first ever November To Remember.


    Tommy Dreamer then makes a shock return, beating the hell out of both members of Team Me, only to turn straight into a Spinebuster from his long time rival, CW Anderson.


    Still being slightly injured, Dreamer is then helped from ringside to the back, his return ruined by CW Anderson.


    ***


    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-


    Once we return from the commercial break, Joey Styles is standing backstage, with a microphone in hand. As per usual, Joey is dressed in a classy suit, looking as good as possible, and an eager look on his face as he begins.

    Joey Styles: Hi ladies and gentleman, I’m ‘The Voice Of ECW’ Joey Styles, and coming off of a highly eventful ECW November To Remember, things looks set to continue to be very explosive at the land of extreme. Let’s start with the ECW Tag Team Championships situation, where Danny Doring and Roadkill have officially challenged The FBI to put their titles on the line.

    Joey smiles at the thought of this match, and then gets a slightly quizzical look on his face.

    Joey Styles: At this stage, we have no idea whether this challenge will be for an episode of ECW Hardcore TV, or whether this challenge will be at ECW Massacre on thirty Fourth Street on December third. Speaking of Massacre on thirty Fourth Street, it’s my job tonight to announce the first match for the pay per view extravaganza.

    The excitement is clear in the announcer’s eyes, as he takes a moment to keep himself composed.

    Joey Styles: The match will feature two of the most hated rivals on the ECW roster, and this match is one that has been building for a long time.

    Joey’s toying with us now, doing his best to build up the announcement.

    Joey Styles: So, once again, at ECW Massacre On thirty fourth Street... on December third on pay per view...

    He pauses one last time, really milking the moment.

    Joey Styles: Returning from injury will be ECW fan favourite Tommy Dreamer, and he will finally get his chance for revenge on the man who put him out of action, CW Anderson! It’s time for these two to settle their issue, and they will do it live on pay per view. Thank you for your time, folks!

    Joey’s pumped and we should all be to at the announcement of, to be honest, an awesome match. Styles continues to look into the camera, until we cut away...

    ...

    We now head to YET ANOTHER area in the back, this time we look to be in an actual locker room, where CW Anderson stands by. Anderson is accompanied by his running buddies as of late, Team Me, which consists of Simon Diamond and Johnny Swinger. All three men seem to be in pretty good spirits, smug looks on their faces, even Anderson, despite the fact that he lost to Super Crazy last week.

    CW Anderson: A few months ago when Tommy Dreamer decided to get involved in my business, we came up with a plan. We planned to take Tommy Dreamer out of action permanently, just to make a name for ourselves.

    Anderson chuckles to himself, and Team Me look pretty pleased with themselves as well. All of a sudden, CW’s demeanour completely changes.

    CW Anderson: I had baited Tommy Dreamer perfectly, but apparently my friends didn’t get the job done.

    CW shoots Team Me an annoyed look, and the smiles quickly disappear from their faces. They actually look shocked at being blamed for Dreamer’s return.

    CW Anderson: Whoa, whoa, don’t get defensive guys. You are still my friends; I don’t blame you guys for a second. It’s not your fault because I understand that not everybody can dish out punishment like an Anderson.

    Anderson pauses after this, as Team Me don’t seem all that impressed in the background, but of course, they won’t say anything.

    CW Anderson: I don’t want to come across the wrong way, I’m not one of these young lions whose going to come up and slander everything that Tommy Dreamer has done in his career. As a matter of fact, I respect Tommy for everything that he has accomplished in his career.

    Team Me look even more shocked at this, but CW’s facial expression doesn’t change.

    CW Anderson: Tommy Dreamer, without a doubt, is a legend here in an ECW, that’s a fact. Do you know what else is a fact? It’s a fact that Dreamer’s career is winding down, whilst I’m on the upswing.

    CW begins to get a slightly more determined and vicious look on his face now.

    CW Anderson: Despite everything that Tommy Dreamer has accomplished, I’m going to use Tommy like the stepping stone that he is!

    A chuckle again from his running buddies, as Anderson looks as serious as ever.

    CW Anderson: Why? Because I can. Because I’m an Anderson.

    Having said his bit, Anderson immediately walks out of camera shot, clearly feeling as if his message has been sent. Meanwhile, Team Me mean mug the camera for a moment or two before scurrying off after Anderson...

    ...

    Now we get another video package because this is what happens on an ECW show straight after a pay per view...

    ***


    It’s time for an old school ECW Title History music video.


    The first clips we see are from the September 8th, 2000 episode of ECW On TNN which saw The Unholy Alliance defending the ECW Tag Team Championships against The Full Blooded Italians. It looks as if Tajiri and Mikey Whipwreck has things under control, until Scotty Anton interferes, allowing Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke to pick up the victory and the ECW Tag Team Championships.


    Next up, we see the announcement that Rob Van Dam has broken his ankle and will have to forfeit the ECW Television Championship. From there, we see the new ECW Television Champion Rhino dominate numerous challengers to retain the belt.


    Finally, we see clips of last weekend’s ECW November To Remember last night, where after the main event, the ECW Champion Justin Credible issued an open challenge which was answered by Yoshihiro Tajiri. Credible was caught off guard right from the get go, and Tajiri was able to pick up the victory to become the new ECW Championship.


    ***


    With that video package done, let’s watch another, as there’s no new matches taped straight after a pay per view in ECW land...

    ***


    The video is a replay package, showing some of the big spots of the ECW November To Remember ECW Television Championship match between Rhino and New Jack which include:


    New Jack needing to land five huge shots with the trash can to get Rhino to crumble to the canvas.


    Jack dominating on the outside of the ring and catapulting Rhino face first into the ring post.


    Rhino gaining the momentum by reversing a New Jack Powerbomb attempt into a Back Body Drop on the concrete floor below the balcony.


    The ECW Television Champion landing a steel chair shot to Jack with the force causing Jack to tumble over the crowd barricade and back to ringside.


    Jack drilling Rhino with a One Armed Bulldog off of the apron and through the Timekeeper’s table.


    Straight after the Bulldog, Jack hits Rhino below the belt with the hammer used to ring the bell.


    Back inside of the ring, Jack smashes a guitar over the head of Rhino.


    New Jack continues to dominate, ramming Rhino in the mid section with a fan member’s crutch.


    Jack attempts a 187 off of the top rope, but Rhino athletically Clotheslines him out of mid air.


    Rhino runs through New Jack with The Gore.


    Rhino looks to Powerslam Jack through the table set up in the corner of the ring, but Jack fights out, and DDT’s Rhino onto the steel chair.


    Going to the well again, Jack attempts a 187 from the top rope but this time Rhino is able to roll out of the way.


    Rhino is finally able to land the killer blow, a second Gore, sending Jack crashing through the table set up in the corner of the ring.


    Rhino then lands the Piledriver and mercilessly picks up the victory.


    ***


    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-


    The final break of the evening is complete, so to finish off this show, let’s get some PULP FICTION~! The video begins and it’s noted on the audience’s screens that this edition of Pulp Fiction was all filmed on the night of ECW November To Remember, after the pay per view went off the air. The segment begins with the former ECW Champion Justin Credible, sitting on a chair, alone, head in his hands, clearly inconsolable. Our camera pans out to reveal a furious looking Francine, standing next to Credible, with her hands on her hips, shooting rays of anger at her man.

    Francine: OH MY GOD, I CAN’T BELIEVE YOU!!! How stupid are you to put the title on the line AGAIN, when you had already won?

    Francine continues to shoot daggers at Credible, but the former champion stands up, AND THROWS HIS CHAIR INTO A NEARBY WALL!!! Gone is a sad, shattered look, replaced by fury, as he walks right up to Francine, forcing her to cower a little.

    Justin Credible: I’m not stupid. Any other day of the week, I beat Tajiri. Tonight was a travesty, tonight was a one off, and tonight was a fluke.

    Credible, the picture of a desperate man looks at Francine, and when her facial expression doesn’t soften, CREDIBLE SHOVES FRANCINE AWAY FROM HIM!!! Francine backs away a few steps, looking shocked as Credible stares her down, until she hardens up her expression again, and points at Justin menacingly.

    Francine: Justin, I’ll ignore that... But I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, I go where the gold goes.

    Justin closes his eyes, looking a little distraught, and sensing the weakness, a determined Francine continues.

    Francine: Forget about everything that you’ve done, and focus on the future and getting back the ECW Championship. You better shape up soon...

    Francine continues to go on a rampage, but Credible won’t meet her eye.

    Francine: Because if you don’t, I will leave. And who knows? I might have to go manage Tajri.

    The former champion can’t believe those heart breaking last words, as he looks up at Francine, who scoffs at him unapologetically, and storms off. Credible is left in his own thoughts, as he runs his hands over his head, taking a deep breath, and contemplating what the next move is...

    ...

    Next up we see an ecstatic Yoshihiro Tajiri, drenched in sweat, still in his wrestling pants. Tajiri has the ECW Championship around his waist, and when he looks at the camera, HE BEGINS YELLING EXCITEDLY IN JAPANESE!!! Tajiri continues to yell, whilst taking the title from around his waist and showing it to the camera. The scene cuts away from a celebrating Tajiri, with nobody having any idea what he just said...

    ...

    We then cut to a locker room, which sees a man with his back towards the camera, messy blonde hair down his back. The camera man clears his throat and Jerry Lynn turns around, looking as if he’s almost in tears. Knowing that the camera man wants some words on what occurred in tonight’s main event, Lynn steps towards him threateningly.

    Jerry Lynn: No.

    Lynn is fuming as he turns away from the camera, putting his head down and ignoring everything around him. The camera man is set to leave, when all of a sudden, Cyrus barges into the locker room, sneaks past the camera man, and puts a hand on Lynn’s shoulder. Jerry shoots a quick look to see who is touching him, and upon seeing one of his enemies over the past few months, Lynn doesn’t react, just turning away and putting his head back down. Cyrus nods knowingly, almost as if he’d expect that reaction from Lynn.

    Cyrus: Listen Jerry, I understand how you’re feeling right now. You have no control, just like I no longer have control over ECW. Even though there is no Network right now, I still have something to offer you.

    There’s no reaction from Lynn, seemingly the shell of a man he once was. Cyrus just watches him intently, before continuing.

    Cyrus: I know we’ve had our differences in the past, but I’m willing to put those behind us. Regardless of what’s happened in the past, or whether The Network is here or not here, we are both still here, and I saw you get screwed tonight.

    Again, no reaction from Lynn, as Cyrus pauses, hoping his words are actually getting through.

    Cyrus: You know that I am as resourceful as anybody in this place. I can fix everything that’s happening to you right now, Jerry... I don’t expect an answer right now; I just want you to think about it.

    Cyrus pats Lynn on the back, before beginning to make his way out of the locker room, only to stop at the doorway.

    Cyrus: Don’t ever forget that you’re a talent, Jerry, and we could use you in the new regime.

    After the last statement, Cyrus leaves and after he’s around the corner, Jerry turns and looks towards the empty doorway. Lynn takes a deep breath, before shaking his head, and turning back towards the corner of the room, staring back at the floor...

    ...

    Having seen the mindset of the two other participants in November To Remembers main event, we now see Steve Corino, pacing back and forth in his locker room, before stopping, and shaking his head in disbelief.

    Steve Corino: Tonight was supposed to be my night, but it didn’t work out that way. I can’t believe it!

    ‘The King Of Old School’ continues to shake his head, a puzzled look on his face.

    Steve Corino: They tried to get rid of my manager, Francine got involved, and Jerry Lynn is an asshole. I got screwed by everybody tonight.

    Corino now stops, and gives a fake applause.

    Steve Corino: Well done to all involved, you got the better of me. But unlike some of the people in this company, I’m not about to storm off.

    Steve shakes his head, probably taking a pot shot at Jerry Lynn.

    Steve Corino: You see, I’ve already spoken to the Commissioner Spike Dudley, and he’s accepted my request for a match. In two weeks time...

    SC pauses, a grin on his face now.

    Steve Corino: I’ll be back in action against that cry baby Jerry Lynn...

    The arrogant Corino now fake sobs and rubs his eyes, as if there were tears rolling down his cheeks.

    Steve Corino: And in that match, I’m going to prove two things once and for all. I’m going to prove that Jerry Lynn is NEVER going to be the ECW Champion, and more importantly than that, I’m going to prove that it’s only a matter of time until the King Of Old School is the ECW Champion.

    No more jokes from Corino now, he’s back to meaning business.

    Steve Corino: After I’ve done that, I’ll move on to what’s next...

    Steve runs his hands through his blonde locks, as he now dead pans the camera.

    Steve Corino: There’s only one logical thing that could BE NEXT AFTER THAT... YOSHIHIRO TAJIRI!!!

    Heavy breathing begins as the determined ‘King Of Old School’ gets himself worked up.

    Steve Corino: Nobody even knew who you were until you fought me. I MADE YOU IN ECW!!!

    Corino is not kidding, face full of rage as he takes a deep breath.

    Steve Corino: Whether it was an accident or not, I did you a favour, SO YOU OWE ME A GOD DAMN TITLE MATCH!!!

    The usually cool, calm and collected Corino didn’t demonstrate those qualities here, as he continues to shake his head...

    ...

    Our camera man now walks through a door which reads ‘TRAINER’S ROOM’, and inside is one little makeshift bed. Sitting on the side of the bed, both feet touching the floor, with a smile on his face is the Commissioner of ECW, Spike Dudley. Despite probably getting his injured knee assessed by the trainer, Spike seems to be in pretty good spirits.

    Spike Dudley: Normally sitting inside the trainer’s room means doom and gloom for small guys like me. The key word I used there is normally because I actually have some terrific news. I just went through a rigorous knee assessment and I’ve been cleared to return to the ring.

    Dudley actually slaps his knee a few times, feeling no pain, as he continues to have a huge smile on his face.

    Spike Dudley: Don’t let this smile fool you, I’m relieved that I’m able to compete but I haven’t forgot how I got injured. Rhino, I’m coming for revenge.

    No more smiles for Spike, as he almost snarls at the mention of Rhino’s name.

    Spike Dudley: I know a lot of people, Rhino included, think that me against him would be some kind of mismatch. Admittedly, in certain aspects, these people are probably right. I’m not as big or as strong as Rhino is.

    Dudley shrugs, body language saying he doesn’t care about size or strength.

    Spike Dudley: But there is one thing that holds me in good stead no matter who I fight, I’m tougher than anyone!

    The ECW Commissioner has a look of pure hatred on his face now.

    Spike Dudley: So Rhino, I’ve got a news flash for you. You will find out soon enough that you’re not the only one in ECW with a taste for violence.

    Spike now jumps up off the bed, no longer moving gingerly, to further demonstrate that his knee is back to one hundred percent. The camera follows him as he walks out of the trainer’s room, before we cut away...

    ,..

    To another area backstage, where Kid Kash is standing around some random production equipment. Despite getting the win during the pay per view, KK doesn’t look to be in a happy mood, as he wipes a bunch of his matted hair from his face.

    Kid Kash: The past few months I’ve shown that I’m not just here to make up the numbers. Kicking the asses of Hot Commodity has been fun, but I’m finished playing around.

    KK is another wrestler who seems to be intent on getting their deadly serious intentions across on this edition of Pulp Fiction.

    Kid Kash: Add me to the list of guys in contention, and put me in the ring against anybody soI can prove my point. I want a title shot.

    Kash gives one last nod to the camera, signalling with his hands that he wants a title around his waist, before he saunters off...

    ...

    For an unprecedented second time in this Pulp Fiction segment, we see the NEW ECW Champion Yoshihiro Tajiri, still holding onto his title belt, full of jubilation after his victory over Justin Credible. Tajiri continues incoherently yelling with the title in his hands, until he pauses, a shit eating grin on his face as Mikey Whipwreck walks into the shot. Mikey is moving a little gingerly, his left arm taped up after their match on the pay per view, but he still manages to raise his right hand and share a high five with Tajiri. At this point in time, Tajiri continues to yell in his native tongue, and Mikey laughs out loud. ‘The Japanese Buzzsaw’ continues to yell out stuff, which Mikey seems to be enjoying as well.

    Mikey Whipwreck: Whoa, whoa, whoa, okay, okay. Slow down, and I’ll be able to translate for you.

    Tajiri seems to understand what Mikey said, as he continues to talk in Japanese. Mikey comically cups his ear with his hand, listening intently.

    Mikey Whipwreck: Alright, so Tajiri says that he has broken through everything that has been thrown at The Unholy Alliance.

    Whipwreck gives Tajiri a nod to continue and he rattles off a bunch of animated Japanese again.

    Mikey Whipwreck: Whilst we, as a collective, may not have gotten our ECW Tag Team Championships back...

    Mikey screws up his face as he finishes his last sentence. The ECW Champion continues to speak to or at his partner.

    Mikey Whipwreck: Now, that Tajiri is the ECW Champion, The Unholy Alliance rule ECW!!!

    Tajiri nods along, smiling, as Mikey lets out a laugh and a nod, enjoying the sound of what they are saying. Once the laughter is over, Tajiris ays one last thing before signalling that’s all he has to say.

    Mikey Whipwreck: And now that he’s champion, my boy Tajiri isn’t ducking ANYONE!!!

    The Unholy Alliance continues to celebrate, enjoying their moment on top of the world as we cut away...

    ...

    For the first time in this episode of Pulp Fiction, we see a segment from tonight. We see Joey Styles standing by with his trusty microphone in hand, ready to make another announcement.

    Joey Styles: Ladies and gentleman, I’ll keep this short and sweet because we’re almost out of time, but I’m here to announce the main event of next week’s show. Next week we will be treated to the former ECW Champion Justin Credible teaming up with the ECW Television Champion Rhino to face the team of the ECW Commissioner Spike Dudley, and the man who announced he wants to get into a title picture, Kid Kash.

    Styles has a shit eating grin as he makes this announcement.

    Joey Styles: That’s all the time we have for tonight so enjoy the show and we will see you all next week. Goodnight, folks!!!

    We get one last image of Joey Styles smiling at next week’s big time announcement, and then the show fades to black.

    -END OF SHOW-


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    December 3rd, 2000
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    Re: October BTBOTM - Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    ECW REVIEW

    - Get some original content damnit!!! Haha

    - Good segment from Doring and Roadkill. Made their intentions for the titles clear. Remind me a bit of Lenny and George from Of Mice And Men, the small smarter guy and the not so smart strongman. Time to pluck some 'polli!!!'

    - Nice announcement regarding Dreamer's return against CW Anderson. No doubt in my mind that Dreamer goes over but I think that this match really does deserve a stipulation attached. Maybe even a Stairway To Hell match!!!

    - Very good promo from CW Anderson. Rather than just run down Tommy Dreamer he states the opposite and builds a bit of character by revealing that he is using Dreamer as a stepping stone towards the top.

    - Francine is not happy!!! She goes where the gold goes... so Credible better get it back soon or he can watch her walk out on him.

    - So minute but so glorious was that Tajiri celebration.

    - Cyrus and Lynn!!! After all this time!!! That is a definite surprise but one that I am fully behind. I think Lynn, after all the heartbreak and near misses needs a change of direction, and maybe atttitude. The new regime definitely has me excited, and I wonder what role... if any... Justin Credible will have to play in it.

    - Corino/Lynn will be interesting for several different reasons. Will Cyrus show his hand here once more?

    - Oh god!!! Spike what are you doing??? Rhino getting ready to eat some more prey then haha. I'm glad that Rhino has been kept not just strong but also very busy, even with Van Dam on the shelf he's gone a few months of booking without dropping the ball to anyone. It's a matter of when not if he becomes ECW World Champion.

    - Everyone wants a shot at the title. Would really love some sort of tournament to decide a new contender. Corino/Lynn/Credible/Kash among those who could be involved.

    - Finally a nice announcement regarding next week's big tag match. Maybe Kash and Credible will head into a feud out of this, makes a lot of sense.
    Keep up the good work Stojy. Always a pleasure and I'm looking forward to The Buzzsaw Era!!!
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    Re: October BTBOTM - Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Seems like quite a few shows have been posted in the section in the last day or so, so where better to start than at the top of the shop…

    Before I get started, I’m excited to see if the news and notes comment about new talents being brought into ECW comes to fruition. Some great untapped talents about at this time; Christopher Daniels and AJ Styles coming to mind immediately. And LOL at Nova getting pitched the Simon Dean gimmick. Someone should tell him it’s a horrible idea. Also - the sooner ECW finds a new network the better. Cant let Cyrus just disappear. But, the most pleasing bit of news for me was the likely departure of New Jack. Good riddance.

    Smart move to open with the N2R recap, given the chaotic finish to the show, and Tajiri leaving the PPV as champion.

    Enjoyed that Doring promo. Already, you’ve got me sold on Doring/Roadkill challenging for the tag titles against the FBI. Doring told the story well, and made sure to point out that they’re not “choir boys” so that the promo didn’t get into cookie cutter territory. Seems like a natural progression for DD & Roadkill now too, with them clearly the best team to challenge FBI. Got a pop from me for the Chickens line - well worked into the promo too.

    Dreamer vs. Anderson is a strong start to the PPV line up. You’ve been building this one for a while, and the feud is at a point now where we all want to see Dreamer get his revenge on CW. Definitely has the feel of a big grudge match, and Andersons promo after the announcement was a neat follow up, showing his mindset, looking at Dreamer as a stepping stone toward bigger things. Team Me are always a highlight too.

    Obviously nothing to comment on about the video packages, just doing their job.

    I love Francines attitude. Not dressing up her ultimatum one bit - just telling Credible like it is, whoring herself for the gold. It makes sense for Credible to stay in the title hunt, and with Francine threatening to dump him, he definitely has more incentive to get the title back ASAP.

    Tajiri should be fun - but a challenge - to book as champion, with his limitations on the mic in building up feuds. Thankfully, he’ll have the Sinister Minister to take care of the talking during his reign.

    You definitely conveyed Jerry Lynns distress at still being unable to win the big one - just with the description of the scene alone, and him simply saying ‘No’. Cyrus reaching out to Lynn is a surprising twist, and it certainly provides an answer as to what Cyrus role will be going forward. The tease of a ‘new regime’ is intriguing too, and it’d be cool to see Lynn as the central focal point of any new regime in ECW, should he saddle up with Cyrus. If he did, it would certainly show just how desperate he is to land the ECW title, and the lengths he’ll go to make it happen.

    Steve Corino has every right to be pissed off, and I thought you put his points across well with events conspiring against him at N2R. Corino vs. Lynn on TV should be great in two weeks - could be a PPV headline match. Corino eyeing a victory over Lynn as a path toward Tajiri makes sense too, but given how events went against him at N2R, I don’t see things panning out as The King of Old School expects it to.

    Spike Dudley and Rhino should be a hell of a lot of fun when it happens. This was a solid promo too from Spike, but I loved the description at the end the most - with Spike jumping off the treatment table to prove his knee is healed.

    It might sound a little strange, given it was as short as it was, but I loved this Kid Kash promo - the most of anything on the show. Right to the point, jumping into the title picture; a title picture that’s getting very crammed. Kash came across as uber confident, relaxed and cool. Well written, well described. Highlight of the Pulp Fictions this week.

    Ending with Whipwreck translating for Tajiri was fun. Such a breath of fresh air for someone like Tajiri to be holding the World title, something very different and it’s good to see. Off to a promising start.

    Big main event announcement for next week sounds like a good way to end this show. You know I’ll be here for it.
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