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    EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    Just so everyone knows this is an old BTB I had back in 2008. I have decided to start it back up on this board. I have 4 shows, a PPV, and then 1 show after the first PPV. I will be reposting those over time, so I can work on writing the shows after that. I believe my original backstory was that Paul Heyman went to Donald Trump and got the money to start up a new promotion. I understand its unrealistic that I got all the WWE and TNA talent I do, but I was 16 at the time, so please just go with it. The company is named EWA, Extreme Wrestling Alliance.


    Champions
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    EWA World - Randy Orton
    EWA Tag Team - The Briscoe Brothers


    Roster
    Randy Orton - member of 4 Horseman
    Ken Kennedy - Member of 4 Horseman
    Ric Flair - Member of 4 Horseman
    Briscoe Brothers - Member of 4 Horseman
    Edge - Managed by Lita
    Sabu
    Rob Van Dam
    Shelton Benjamin
    Santino Marella - Managed by Maria
    Chris Jericho
    Carlito
    Kofi Kingston
    Frankie Kazarian
    Jay Lethal
    Sonjay Dutt - currently injured
    Samoa Joe
    Rey Mysterio
    Cryme Tyme
    Murder City Machine Guns
    Latin American Xchange - Managed by Konnan
    Matt Hardy
    Jeff Hardy
    MVP
    CM Punk - Trainer of Josh Mathews
    John Morrison

    Pay-Per-Views
    Jan. - Determination
    Feb. - Desire
    March - Dedication
    April - Battleground
    May - Destruction
    June - Full Throttle
    July - WrestleFest (biggest PPV)
    Aug. - Fountain of Gold
    Sept. - Night of Infamy
    Oct. - Overdose
    Nov. - Retribution
    Dec. - Dishonor

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    "In the End" plays in the arena as Joey Styles welcomes us to the first ever episode of Extreme Wrestling Alliance.

    Joey: Ohhh My Gawwwwwwdddd. Welcome to EWA, Extreme Wrestling Alliance. Tonight we have one hell of a show for you tonight. I am here with my broadcast partner, Taz.

    Taz: Yep Joey, I am right here and I can’t wait for the show tonight. This is going to be dope. With Paul Heyman in charge, I’m sure this night is going to be Extreme.

    Bodies hits as Paul Heyman comes out to the ring. He is wearing his New York hat and he is carrying a black briefcase. He has his black leather trench coat on with his hair in a ponytail. He is walking down to the ring as the fans chant “Welcome Back” and “E-C-Dub.” Heyman makes it to the ring and pulls a microphone from out of his pocket. He waits for the crowd to die down and then begins to talk.

    Heyman: God Damn, It feels good to be back. I swear if I had to watch one more episode of TNA with Kurt Angle running around acting a damn fool, I would of killed myself. Or that WWE crap. We got Superman running around and no kryptonite anywhere to be seen. But that is what happens when you’re sucking the boss’s dick. See, Tonight is the first ever episode of EWA. The company that is going to take over the world of wrestling. Tonight I finish what I started when I started ECW. Tonight is the genesis of the wrestling world. Tonight, I give you Extreme Wrestling Alliance.

    Heyman drops his microphone on the ground and then walks to the back to a humongous ovation.

    Commercial Break

    Lillian Garcia: The following match-up is a one-fall match-up. Introducing first from Jacksonville, Florida, Elijah Burke.

    Don’t Waste My Time plays as Elijah Burke makes his way to the ring. He is in his jumpsuit and is getting some boos. He makes his way to the ring and then gets into the ring. He gets his jumpsuit off and prepares for his match.

    Lillian Garcia: And his opponent from Jamaica, Kofi Kingston.

    S.O.S plays as the crowd begins to cheer. Kofi comes out to the ring and begins to play to the crowd. He slaps some hands on the way to the ring. He then slides into the ring and begins to get ready for his match.

    The referee calls for the bell and the match has started. Elijah and Kofi tie-up and they are jocking for position. Kofi gets the advantage and sends Burke into the ropes. Elijah comes off and Kofi hits him with a clothesline that sends him down to the canvas. Kofi goes over to Burke and picks him up. He then sends him into the ropes yet again. Elijah comes off the ropes and Kingston looks for another clothesline, but this time Burke ducks it and bounces off the other ropes. He jumps into the air and lands a cross body onto Kofi Kingston. Elijah then gets up and goes over to Kofi. He picks him up and sends him into the corner. He charges in with a clothesline. Burke sends Kofi to the ground and Elijah goes to the middle rope. He is acting cocky towards the fans as he is sitting on the middle rope. Kingston uses this time to get to his feet. Kofi runs over to Burke and jumps into the air and lands a kick to Elijah’s head that sends Burke to the outside.

    Kofi goes to the top rope and then waits for Burke to get to his feet. Burke is on his feet and Kingston comes off the top with a missile dropkick, hitting Burke right in the face. Kingston is back up as the place is going wild. He rolls Burke into the ring and then goes for the first ever pin attempt in EWA’s history. He gets a two count as Burke just gets his shoulder off of the mat. Kofi is back to his feet and he picks Burke up. He sets him up for a suplex and lands it. A float-over into a pin attempt by Kofi gets him a two count. Kofi is back up and he picks Burke up. He sends him into the ropes and goes for the Trouble in Paradise, but Burke ducks underneath of it. Kofi goes back to Burke and bends over to pick him up. Burke rolls him up into a small package and gets a two count. Both men back up and they lock up. Burke gets a hammerlock in and then Kofi reverses it into a wristlock. Burke backs Kofi into the corner and the ref calls for a break of the hold.

    Kofi gives a clean break but Burke turns around and nails him with a closed right hand. He nails a few more closed right hands as the ref gets in the middle and tells Burke to cool it. Burke shrugs the ref off and backs up. He lowers his kneepad and gets ready for the Elijah Express. He runs into the corner but Kofi moves out of the way at the last moment. Burke comes out of the corner dazed and Kofi Kingston nails the Trouble in Paradise for the three count.

    We head backstage as we see Randy Orton, wearing a suit, walking down a hallway. He makes a right and then a left with a determined look on his face. Orton then stops short and turns to face a door. The door has Edge’s Rated R Superstar logo on it and Orton knocks once. He doesn’t get an answer and then knocks again. A voice from the inside tells him to come in and Orton does as instructed. Orton goes into the ring and Edge and Lita are sitting on the couch, Lita on Edge’s lap. Orton walks in and Lita gets off of Edge and Edge stands.

    Orton: Hey Edge, Tonight it’s the reunion of Rated RKO. Tonight it is our destiny to be back together.

    Edge: Yea, and of course we are going to win. I mean I have been our opponents like 30,000 times already. And you beat Jeff at the Royal Rumble. And you kicked the hell out of Matt and put him out of action for three months. No body is going to stop Rated RKO tonight.

    Orton: Tonight we get the win and then (looking at Lita) and then we get the real win.

    Edge: Hey, this one is mine.

    He goes over and hugs Lita and gets a kiss from her. Orton looks at them, gives a smirk and then walks out of the door.

    Commercial Break

    Back from commercial break and we see Josh Matthews in the interview area. He has a microphone and is waiting for his cue. He receives his cue and begins to speak.

    Mathews: Welcome back to EWA. Tonight there is going to be an awesome six-man tag team showcasing some of the more athletic talent in the EWA. I have one of the teams with me at this time.

    Chris Jericho, CM Punk, and Rob Van Dam walk into the scene. Chris Jericho gets on the microphone first.

    Jericho: Tonight all of the Jerichoholics of the world will see the King of the World beat a couple of ass clowns right in the middle of the ring. Tonight, Y2J will walk down the ring with the straight-edge superstar and the umm, not so straight-edge superstar.

    RVD: Whatever

    Jericho: Like I was saying, Y2J will walk down to that ring, whoop the living hell out of the guy that thinks he is the MVP of wrestling, a monkey-looking ass clown and the biggest ass clown of them all, the Italian ah Santino Marella. After tonight the world of professional wrestling will never eveeeeeeer be the same aggggggaaaainnnnn.

    RVD, Punk and Jericho walk off the screen as we here Ain’t No Stoppin Me Now play in the arena.

    Lillian: The following is a six-man encounter. Introducing first from Orangeburg, South Carolina, Shelton Benjamin.

    Benjamin comes out to a pretty good amount of heat. He comes down to the ring and asks for a microphone. He receives a microphone and begins to talk on it.

    Benjamin: There ain’t no stopping me noooooooooooooowwwwwww.

    “La Vittoria e Mia” plays as Santino Marella makes his way to the ring. He is getting some boos but Maria is by his side and the fans are chanting her name. Maria is waving to the fans but Santino cuts her off from doing that.

    Lillian: And one of his partners, Santino Marrella.

    “I’m Comin” plays as the place goes crazy with boos. MVP makes his way out to the ring and then stops half-way down the entrance ramp. He slaps the ground and comes up in the Ballin’ taunt as fireworks go off behind him.

    Lillian: And their partner Montel Vontavious Porter, MVP.

    The heel team talk in the corner while “One of A Kind” plays and the crowd goes wild. The pyro of RVD goes of and Rob comes out to the entrance ramp. He runs down to the ring and waits outside for his partners.

    Lillian: And their opponents, first from Battle Creek, Michigan, “Mr. PPV”, Rob Van Dam.

    “This Fire Burns” plays and CM Punk comes out. He holds his arms in the X formation and gets a pretty big pop. He walks down to the ring and high-fives RVD.

    Lillian: And his partner, “The Straight-Edge Superstar,” CM Punk.

    “Break Down the Walls” plays as the place goes nuts. We see the countdown on the screen and then see the pyrotechnics go off and Jericho is standing on top of the stage with his arms spread out. He turns around and walks down to his partners.

    Lillian: And their partner, “Y2J” Chris Jerichooooooo

    Jericho, Punk and RVD are on the outside and then they slowly slide into the ring. The ref gets two men from each team out of the ring and then he rings the bell. The two men inside the ring are RVD and MVP. Montel and Rob Van Dam lock up and MVP sends RVD into the ropes. RVD comes off the ropes and gets nailed with a clothesline. Rob is back up and MVP goes for another clothesline but this time RVD ducks and goes underneath of MVP’s arm. He ends up on the other side of MVP and lands him with a spinning heel kick. MVP falls on his back and Rob Van Dam stands up and does his RVD taunt as the fans chant Rob Van Dam in sync with RVD’s hand motion. MVP is back up and he lands a knee to the back of RVD that sends him to the outside near the corner of Santino and Shelton Benjamin. Shelton and Marella hop off of the apron and begin to attack RVD. CM Punk and Y2J run over to help out Rob but MVP comes outside to even the score. Now all six men are on the outside brawling. MVP sends Jericho into the steel guardrail. RVD is fighting with Shelton Benjamin. RVD lands a few punches to the face of Benjamin. Rob then sends Shelton Benjamin into the steel steps or so he thought as Benjamin jumps onto the steel steps and then jumps onto the apron. Santino Marella and CM Punk are exchanging blows and MVP comes over to help out Santino. RVD comes over to even the odds. Benjamin sees all the men fighting in one circle and springboards onto the middle rope and does a moonsault onto the huddle of mass that consists of MVP, Santino, RVD, and CM Punk. The fans are chanting “Holy Shit, Holy Shit” as Shelton Benjamin gets up and rolls into the ring.

    Jericho is back up and climbs onto the apron. He gets to the top rope and then comes off of the top rope with a missile dropkick onto Shelton Benjamin hitting him square in the jaw. By this time, all the men from the floor spot are back up and have begun fighting once more. Jericho sees this and bounces off the ropes with a springboard over the top rope and lands on all four men. Shelton Benjamin is back up and he yells “Ain’t No Stoppin Me Now” and then bounces off the ropes. He comes to the other set of ropes and leaps up onto the top rope, stands there for a few seconds and then leaps onto all of his opponents and his two partners. Again the fans are in awe of the spot fest that this match has become. After a few moments all the competitors are back up and brawling once again. MVP sends RVD into the steel post and Santino sends Jericho into the steel steps or at least he tries to as Jericho reverses the Irish-Whip and sends Santino into the steel steps. The steel steps go flying at the impact of the whip and Santino goes over top of the steps and falls on his face on the bare concrete that has no protective mats. Shelton Benjamin and CM Punk are fighting on the floor. CM lands a few right hard hands and then rolls Benjamin into the ring. He then picks him up and sends him into the ropes. Benjamin comes off and gets caught with a knife-edge chop that sends him back down to the ground. MVP is in the ring and he nails Punk with a hard right hand. He then nails him with a few more punches and then a kick to the gut. MVP calls for the Playmaker and then he sets Punk up for the hold. Out of nowhere, RVD comes flying from the top rope, cracking Montel Vontavious Porter in the jaw with a kick. MVP falls to the ground and Punk gets back to his feet. Shelton Benjamin tries to get a cheap kick in on Punk but CM catches Benjamin’s foot. Punk swings Shelton’s foot around and Bam we have a Dragon’s Whip on Punk. Benjamin goes for a pin attempt but RVD breaks it up. MVP is back up and he charges at Rob. RVD back body drops MVP over the top rope, but MVP lands on the apron. Y2J is near MVP and he jerks at MVP’s foot until MVP falls and hits his jaw on the ring apron. Y2J then picks MVP up and lands a clothesline.

    Santino Marella is back in the ring and he goes for Punk. RVD goes for Benjamin. RVD lands a few punches and then a reverse spinning kick to the temple of Benjamin. Shelton falls to the mat and RVD calls for Rolling Thunder and he connects. He goes for a pin attempt but Shelton gets his foot on the bottom rope. Jericho and MVP are fighting on the outside. MVP has got a chair and he cracks Jericho with it. The referee goes to call for the DQ but then looks up at the EWA banner and points, indicating that EWA is like ECW. The rules are slightly relaxed. MVP slides into the ring with the chair and goes after RVD. Rob blocks a chair shot attempt and lands a VanDaminator that sends MVP to the outside. Santino is punching Punk and he lands a DDT. Van Dam now has the steel chair and he comes over and throws it at Santino. Santino gets scared and throws it at Shelton Benjamin, who had gotten up from the Rolling Thunder. RVD turns his attention to Benjamin and goes for a VanDaminator. Benjamin ducks and still has the chair. He stands up and chucks it full-force at RVD. RVD goes out of the ring. Inside the ring are CM Punk, Santino Marella, and Shelton Benjamin. Santino and Benjamin realize this and go after Punk. Punk tries to hold his own but the onslaught of Benjamin and Santino is too much for him. Santino sends Punk into the ropes and lands a reverse elbow. Benjamin lands a few punches before yelling at Santino to take care of Punk. Benjamin hops to the outside apron and tells Santino to whip Punk into the ropes. As Punk is coming back Shelton jumps, springboards off the top rope and lands a flying clothesline onto Punk. Santino goes for the cover but Punk just gets his shoulder up at the count of two. Shelton and Santino cannot believe it and pick Punk back up. Shelton goes to pick Punk up for the running power bomb into the turnbuckle but Punk reverses it into a hurricanrana that sends Benjamin into the middle turnbuckle pad. Jericho is back in the ring and he attacks Santino from behind. Punk goes over to Benjamin and tosses him out of the ring. Jericho picks Santino up off the canvas and Punk picks him up into a Fireman Carry. Punk lands the Go To Sleep and Jericho gets the three count as Punk prevents Benjamin from getting back into the ring.

    Commercial Break

    Backstage we see JTG and Shad walking around the locker room area. They are fooling around with each other. They come up to Maria in the back. Maria is looking fine with a short mini-skirt and a hot halter-top. JTG comes over to here and looks her up and down.

    JTG: Damn Mami, you lookin’ real fly tonight girl.

    Maria: I’m not flying, what are you talking about?

    JTG: Sorry, Let me break it down for you. (Gets a serious look on his face) Maria, you are looking really nice tonight.

    Maria: O, thank you, you look nice to. I like your vest and those shiny things in you mouth.

    JTG: O so you like the bling bling mami.

    Maria: What!?!?!?

    JTG: Sorry (gets the serious look on his face) You

    Santino Marella walks in cutting JTG off.

    Santino: So you are talking-A to my Maria. Nobody talks to my Maria.

    JTG: Yo man, we was just chillin, ya feel me.

    Santino: No, I do not feel-A you. I am not the Homosexual type. I am Santino Marella, the Italian Stalian. You are just a gangstar with funny shiny things in your mouth. Come my Maria. We-A have things to do.

    Maria leaves on the arm of Santino but looks back and waves at JTG and Shad.

    Cryme Tyme: Money Money Yea Yea. Money Money Yea Yea.

    Commercial Break

    “I spit in the face” plays as Carlito comes out to the ring with his trusty apple. The fans are mixed with their reaction, some booing and some cheering. Carlito makes his way to the ring and gets into the ring. He takes off his shirt and throws it outside of the ring. He then tosses his apple in the air and catches it.

    Lillian: The following is a one on one match-up. Introducing first, from The Caribbean, Carlito.

    “Kennedy” plays and Mr. Kennedy makes his way to the ring. The fans are booing him as he walks down to the ring. Kennedy gets in the ring and raises his hand calling for his microphone. The microphone comes down from the sky and Kennedy catches it.

    Kennedy: And his opponent, from Green Bay, Wisconsin, Mrrrrr. Kennnnnnedddddyyyyyy…Kennnnnnnedddddddddyyyyyyyy.

    Kennedy throws the mic up into the air, turns around and get a face full of chewed up apple from Carlito. The fans pop for this and Carlito shrugs his shoulders like nothing happens. Kennedy is back up and he is pissed off. He charges at Carlito and nails him with a clothesline. He picks Carlito up and nails him with another clothesline. Kennedy back up and he picks Carlito up. Kennedy sends Carlito into the corner and then nails him with a charging clothesline. Carlito moves out of the way and then he falls on the ground. Carlito thinks quickly and rolls Kennedy up with a school boy. Kennedy gets his shoulder up at two and they both get back to their feet. They lock up in the middle of the ring and Kennedy locks in a hammerlock. Carlito with the reversal and he locks in his own hammerlock. Carlito wrenches into the hammerlock. Kennedy tries to get out of the hammerlock but he is unsuccessful. Kennedy eventually gets Carlito into the corner and rams himself backwards into the corner. Carlito breaks the hold and then Kennedy lands a back elbow to the jaw of Carlito. Kennedy gets in another reverse elbow this time to Carlito’s nose. Carlito’s nose begins to bleed and it is apparent that he has a broken nose.

    Carlito pushes Kennedy to the ground and then whips the blood from his face. Carlito goes over to Kennedy and kicks him in the face. Carlito lands another hard kick to the face of Kennedy. Carlito can be heard yelling, “You want to make me bleed, do you.” Carlito then kicks him once more in the face before he picks him up. Carlito picks Kennedy up and lands a hard left hand. Carlito backs Kennedy into the corner and then sends him into the other corner but Kennedy reverses it and Carlito goes in chest-first. Carlito comes out of the corner and gets drilled with a clothesline by Mr. Kennedy. Kennedy then pins Carlito but only gets a two count. Kennedy picks Carlito up and sets him up on the top rope. Kennedy gets Carlito in position for the Green Bay Plunge but Carlito slips out the back door and tosses Kennedy off the top rope. Carlito is standing tall on the top rope and comes off with a flying elbow. Carlito goes for the pin but only get a two count. Carlito is back up and he goes to pick Kennedy up. Kennedy grabs Carlito by the hair and gets him into a small package. A two count by the referee until Kennedy gets his shoulder up. Kennedy starts to get up as Carlito runs over to him and hits Kennedy with a shining wizard. Carlito gets a cover on Kennedy but only gets a two count. Carlito is back up and he charges at Kennedy. Kennedy dodges Carlito and sends him to the outside. Kennedy follows after Carlito and goes to the outside. Carlito is up but Kennedy lands a kick to the gut. Kennedy whips Carlito into the turn post and Carlito shoulder wraps around the steel. Kennedy goes over to Carlito and bounces his head against the steel post a few times. Kennedy then rolls Carlito into the ring and tries for a pin. Carlito kicks out at two and Kennedy gets up pissed.

    Kennedy is standing up and he gives Carlito a good kick to the head. Kennedy kicks Carlito in the shoulder and then picks him up. Kennedy sets Carlito up for the Mic Check but Carlito slips out of it and sends Kennedy into the ropes. Kennedy comes off the ropes and Carlito puts on a sleeper hold. Kennedy starts to fade and eventually Carlito goes down to one knee. Carlito is laying on his stomach now and the ref begins to raise Kennedy’s hand in the air. It comes down once and then twice. Kennedy’s hand begins to fall for a third time but Carlito stops it. Carlito goes to get to his feet and is still holding onto the sleeper. Carlito gets fully to his feet and lets go of the sleeper. Carlito grabs Kennedy’s back for a backcracker but Kennedy holds onto the top rope and Carlito falls down hard on his back. Kennedy uses the ropes to help him up. Kennedy goes over to Carlito, picks him up and nails the Mic Check for the three count.

    Commercial Break

    Backstage we see Rey Mysterio talking with Matt and Jeff Hardy. The camera then moves behind Rey and The Hardys to show Paul Heyman talking with The Briscoes and The Motor City Machine Guns.

    Heyman: Guys I have made my decision about the EWA tag team championships. Next week there will be the first ever EWA tag team champions crowned. There will be two steps to winning the title though. The first step to becoming the tag champs will be an eight-man tag match. It will be The Briscoes and The Motor City Machine Guns versus Cryme Tyme and The Latin American Exchange. The winners of that match will go on to face each other later that same night in a Ladder Match for the vacant EWA tag team championships. Do you understand me, guys?

    Briscoes and MCMG: Gotcha

    A video is shown of the dominance of Rated RKO to hype the Main Event Next.

    “Loaded” plays as the place goes absolutely nuts. The Hardyz come out and do some of their signature taunts. They run down to the ring and slide into the ring. Matt and Jeff jump onto the middle turn buckle and pose for the crowd.

    Lillian: The following is the Main Event of the night. Introducing first from Cameron, North Carolina, Matt and Jeff, The Hardy Boyz.

    Metalingus-Burn in My Light” mix plays as the fans start to boo like they have not booed all night long. The fog starts to fill the entrance way and Edge and Orton come out to a huge amount of heat. They make their way to the ring. Lita is with Edge and Edge has his arms around her. Rated RKO make their way to the ring. Before Edge gets in the ring he gives Lita a kiss and then steps into the ring with Orton.

    Lillian: And their opponents, Edge and Randy Orton, the team of Rated RKO.

    Commercial Break


    The referee rings the bell and Edge and Jeff Hardy start off the match. Edge and Jeff lock up and Edge gets Jeff into a headlock. Jeff sends Edge into the ropes. Edge comes off the ropes and Jeff lands a dropkick onto Edge. Edge sits up and backs into his corner. He looks up at Orton and tags in Randy. Orton comes into the ring and stares down Jeff. Jeff charges at Orton with a clothesline that Orton ducks. Randy responds with a hard right hand and then another one. Orton gets in a kick to the gut and then he grabs Jeff by the hair. Orton tags in his tag partner, Edge. The Rated-R Superstar comes into the match and lands a kick to the gut. Edge hooks Jeff in a face lock and then picks him up into a suplex. Edge floats over on top of Jeff and Jeff’s shoulders are down on the mat. The referee gets in position and Jeff kicks out at two. Edge back up and sends Jeff into the ropes. Matt gets a blind tag and Jeff comes off the ropes. Matt climbs the top rope and Jeff ducks a clothesline attempt by Edge. Matt comes off the top rope onto Edge with a missile dropkick. Matt covers Edge but only gets a two count. Both men are back up and Matt has the advantage with a few hard right hands to the jaw bone of Edge. Matt punches on Edge and backs him into the corner. Matt sends Edge into the corner and charges into Edge with a clothesline. Matt tags in Jeff and then Matt gets on all fours while Jeff goes to the opposite corner of Edge. Jeff runs and jumps onto Matt’s back and then lands Poetry in Motion onto Edge. Edge falls to the mat and Jeff goes for the pin. Orton comes in and breaks the count up at two. Edge and Jeff are both back up as Matt comes into the ring to assist Orton out of the ring. Matt punches Orton with a right hand and then a kick to the mid-section. Orton starts to stand up and Matt lands the side effect onto Orton. Jeff and Edge are fighting and Edge lands a few punches to Jeff. Edge sends Jeff into the ropes and when he comes off Edge nails him with a back body drop. Edge picks Jeff up and nails an Edgecator. Pin attempt by Edge gets broken up at the count of two by Matt Hardy.

    Matt and Edge begin to fight as the ref tries to restore some order. He forces Matt out of the ring but while he is getting Matt out of the ring, Randy Orton slides into the ring with a steel chair and nails Jeff with it. The ref turns around just as Orton tosses the chair and Edge pins Jeff. Jeff somehow gets his shoulders up at two and three quarters. Edge picks Jeff up and sets him up in the corner. Edge comes charging in looking for a spear but Jeff moves out of the way and Edge’s shoulder meets the steel post. Jeff starts to crawl to his corner little by little. Edge gets back up and goes to stop Jeff and grabs his leg. Jeff turns around and kicks Edge in the chest, freeing himself from the grip of the Rated R Superstar. Jeff leaps and tags in Matt. Matt comes into the ring and points at Lita. Lita gets up on the apron and starts to yell at Matt. Matt charges at Lita and goes to knock her off the apron. He stops before he hits her, grabs her by the hair and gives her a kiss. Lita jerks back from Matt but gets off the apron with a smile on her face. Edge then charges at Matt and lands a knee to the back of Matt Hardy. Edge gets over and tags in Orton. Edge goes to the apron and then drops to the floor and checks on Lita. He gives her and kiss and we can hear him saying, “I’ll get him for you, baby.”

    Edge hops back onto the apron as Matt and Randy are fighting in the ring. Matt lands a few punches but Orton blocks one and lands a right hand of his own. Orton then ties up with Matt and sends Matt into the ropes. Matt comes into the ropes where Edge is standing and Edge gets the knees to Matt’s back. Matt is staggering but still standing. Orton goes for the RKO but Matt pushes him off and falls to the ground. Orton goes to the mat and locks in a chin lock. Matt tries to fight it but he cannot. Randy eventually situates himself to where he is lying on his stomach with the chin lock still in place. Randy checks the position of the ref and then puts his feet on the bottom ropes for added leverage. The ref comes over to check Orton’s feet and Randy gets his feet off just in time. The referee notices the shaking bottom rope and asks Orton if he did anything illegal. Orton replies with a big no and then the referee gets back in position. Orton puts his feet on the ropes once more and the referee comes over to check it out. Again he sees the ropes shaking but Orton still does not get caught. The referee gets back in position and Orton goes once more to put his feet on the ropes. This time he gets cocky and wants more leverage so he puts his feet on the middle rope. The referee sees this and tells Orton to break the hold. Orton breaks the hold at a count of four and then stands up. He tags in Edge and Edge steps in between the ropes and into the ring. Edge comes into the ring and picks Matt up. Edge locks in a sleeper hold and Matt starts to drop to his knees after a few moments of being in the sleeper. Edge then takes Matt to the mat and lays on his stomach. Edge tries to pull the same stunt as Orton but the referee catches him the first time and calls for a break. Edge gives him his break at a count of four.

    Edge gets back up and plays around with Matt as he is trying to get to his brother, Jeff, for a much needed tag. Matt is crawling and Edge lazily kicks him in the head, which makes Matt collapse to the canvas. Edge picks Matt up and gives him a stiff slap. Edge sends Matt into the ropes and when Matt comes off Edge hits him with a spear. Cover by Edge but Jeff comes into the match to break it up. Orton comes in to take care of Jeff and sends him to the outside with a clothesline after he had punched him up against the ropes. Orton goes to the outside and sends Jeff into the steel post. Orton is back in the ring and he tells Edge to pick Matt up. Edge does as he was told and Orton goes for the RKO. Once again Matt pushes Orton off of him and then turns around and nails Edge with a right hand. Matt hits another right and then Orton tries to sneak attack him. Matt turns around just in time as he nails Orton with a right hand. Matt then sets Orton up and nails him with the side effect. Matt punches Edge a couple more times and then nails him with a DDT. Matt to the middle rope and he comes off with a leg drop onto Edge. Matt goes for the cover but only gets a two count. Matt picks Edge up and goes for a Twist of Fate. Randy is back up and as Matt turns around to finish the Twist of Fate, Orton jumps up and lands a RKO. Edge with the pin as Orton kicks Jeff in the head to prevent him from breaking up the three count which Edge gets.

    “Metalingus-Burn in My Light” mix plays as the fans are booing with a vengeance. Edge rolls out of the ring and gets a microphone and two steel folding chairs. He clobbers Jeff with one of the chairs and then slides the other one into the ring. Randy grabs that chair and sets it up underneath Matt’s head. Edge comes into the ring and points to Lita.

    Edge: This one is for you, baby.

    Edge then raises the steel chair up into the air and brings it down hard onto Matt’s head in a one man Con-chair-to. Edge bends over to yell into Matt’s face.

    Edge: Don’t mess with Rated (Edge starts to raise his body up) RK

    Orton leaps into the air and nails Edge with a RKO and then stands up, does his destiny pose and then walks to the back as the show ends.

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    Re: EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    This seems like an interesting roster that you’ve put together. I also once had a BTB back in 2008 but mine was completely paper based, roughly 300 pages, detailing WWE from 2001 to 2005 but I lost it when the house I living in at the time burned down

    Anyway enough about my previous follies and onto the show

    Obviously Heyman was the best choice to open the show and I loved the promo taking shots at TNA and WWE

    I loved Burke in the New Blood in ECW and his early work as D’Angelo Dinero in TNA so his presence in this BTB is a good thing for me as is the arrival of Kofi Kingston.

    Seemed like it would a good match to watch and I am glad Kingston won as he is one of my favourite wrestlers

    Fairly obvious foreshadowing of the betrayal in this promo but I loved it anyway.

    Now aside from Santino Marella, every man in this match is a bonafide star in my opinion and hopefully that comes to light in this BTB. Punk, Jericho and RVD getting the win is a good choice.

    Santino in a comedy segment on a wrestling show is the best place for him

    Next up, we have Kennedy and Carlito in a great match, can’t wait to see what the plans are for these two as well

    Finally we have the main event, between Rated RKO and the Hardy Boyz. Given that the Hardy Boyz were part of the best part of the tag division when I first starting watching wrestling I’m always wanting them to win, although given the events following the end of the match, the Edge and Orton win was the right move.

    Overall, I enjoyed this first show and look forward to the future shows that are to come.

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    Figured since you dropped a line, I’d return the favour with some feedback coming your way. Right off the bat, I don’t like the idea of Heyman starting up a company and calling it Extreme Wrestling Alliance. Just seems way to close to ECW to me, so would have preferred a totally different name as opposed to a rip off of past glories.

    Opening the show with Paul Heyman does make sense though considering he is the owner of this thing. I LOVED the pot shots at WWE and TNA, again this had a very old school ECW feel to it. Again though, seems weird that at an EWA show, when ECW is now a WWE product, the fans would chant ECDUB as Heyman made his way out. Felt completely off, outside of that though I enjoyed the promo itself.

    I guess the thing with starting a brand new company is you need to be able to introduce your characters. For example, here Kofi has come out to cheers and Burke has come out to boos… But why? This isn’t the WWE or the WWE audience? And there is no real reason why the fans are acting this way towards these guys. You need to do a better job at establishing characters considering you’re basically starting from scratch. With that being said, Kofi and Burke are both great talents and they would have put on a good match. Looking forward to seeing what you do with both these guys outside of the WWE bubble.

    Again, in this segment, so many glaring things that just felt wrong since this isn’t WWE. Having the Rated R Superstar logo which would be a WWE trademark as well as the references to the Royal Rumble just doesn’t feel right with me. Even the team name Rated RKO, it all just felt off. I am looking forward to seeing Edge and Orton tag together though. Also, the Orton checking out Lita and the win comment seemed somewhat strange… I wonder if that is leading to something…

    Jericho/Punk/RVD is quite the dream team. Very interesting having Van Dam and Punk together as well as far as I’m concerned. Lol at the not so straight edge line regarding RVD, thought that was great. Surprised to see Punk not add anything but this segment was probably the best of the night so far. Nothing felt off.

    Six man tag following was solid enough and the above mentioned team was always getting the win here.

    Comedic segment here was okay however I feel like this is the sort of trash, at this particular time, which Heyman would want to avoid. There was too much of this happening in the WWE at the time.

    Kennedy/Carlito was two of my favourites when I was young so I fan boying throughout this one. Another solid match and a good first up win for Kennedy.

    Tag title announcement is awesome. Those tandems should put on some epic matches and rivalries in the future.

    Rated RKO dominance video? What dominance? Surely Heyman isn’t showing clips from the WWE?

    Definitely a big time main event on the first show back and a big win for Rated RKO. Aftermath with Orton jumping Edge was an interesting move but one that I like. I’ve always felt Orton/Edge as main eventers is probably one thing WWE never capitalised on.

    I mentioned quite a bit above and whilst the roster is great and all the matches were solid, there is just an underlying issue I can’t look past. This doesn’t feel like EWA or a different fed, this feels like WWE with a different name. This is not what you want when starting a created fed. I’d look at working on making this feel more authentic in the future. My other big issue is it feels like wrestlers are just wrestling matches aimlessly. No mention of a World Title or anything which is strange because this should be the HUGE motivation for why a majority of the WWE/TNA guys left their old company. Put some serious work into these issues I’ve mentioned and this will become quite enjoyable. Again, roster is STACKED so I really hope you succeed with this. Best of luck!









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    Re: EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    I do got to agree with all above hes pretty much adding all i think if you want to make it your own brand you got to do a lil something different I mean themes names etc. Overall i like show and hope that guys that didnt get a chance to shine do here.

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    Thanks for the feedback guys...i defiantly get the criticism of not establishing the characters right away. My thinking is that, even this is a new company, the guys are still recongnizable by fans that would be attending the show, hence the boos and cheers and the ECW chant. I completely get the using the trademarks from WWE and i even thought the same re-reading it. I would of changed the stuff around, but i didnt want to go in and change anything, call it laziness. I do plan on using Santino as a comedy character and i think Heyman would have some fun w/ the Santino character. I am going to have some WWE stuff just b/c i didnt think it was a major concern, especially on the forum i orginially posted this BTB on

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    Re: EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    Styles: Welcome to another episode of Extreme Wrestling Alliance and tonight we crown the first ever EWA Tag Team Champions.

    Taz: Your right Joey. In our first match tonight it will be The Briscoes and The Motor City Machine Guns versus Cryme Tyme and the Latin American Exchange.

    Joey: The winner of that match will face each other in a ladder match tonight in the Main Event for the EWA tag team championships.

    Taz: Well let’s get to the action then as we have Cryme Tyme making their way to the ring.

    “Crime Spree” plays as the place goes crazy for Cryme Tyme. JTG and Shad comes out of the entrance way and walk down to the ring playing to the crowd a lot.

    “Hardcore” hits as the screen gets a yellow wash over it and there is periodic switching between LAX’s video and the live video. The fans are cheering for the Latin American Exchange as they come out into the entrance way. They get into the ring and talk to Cryme Tyme about the match forthcoming.

    Lillian Garcia: Introducing first the team of Cryme Tyme and The Latin American Exchange.

    “The Cross” by Nas plays as the place goes nuts for the Briscoe Brothers. Mark and Jay make their way to the ring and the place is cheering like crazy. The Briscoes run down to the ring and slide into it underneath the bottom rope.

    Lillian: And their opponents, Mark and Jay Briscoe, The Briscoe Brothers.

    “1967” plays as the fans in the arena continue to cheer as the Motor City Machine Guns make their way to the ring. They run to the ring and then slide underneath of the ropes just like the Briscoes did. Shelly and Sabin get on the middle turnbuckle and point to their hand before jumping down and talking to the Briscoes.

    Lillian: And their partners Chris Sabin and Alex Shelly, The Motor City Machine Guns.

    Taz: This match is going to be off the charts, Joey.

    Joey: And just think Taz, the winner of this match have to wrestle again later tonight and that match is going to be a ladder match.

    Taz: Let’s get this match started than.

    The bell rings and JTG and Chris Sabin start off the match. They slap hands in the middle of the ring and then circle each other. They come together in a collar and elbow tie-up and Sabin has the advantage as he sends JTG into the ropes. Sabin attempts a clothesline but JTG ducks and JTG bounces off the ropes and lands a clothesline of his own knocking Sabin to the ground. JTG goes for a pin attempt but only gets a one count. JTG gets up and tags in his tag team partner, Shad. Shad comes into the ring and picks Sabin up. He sends him into the turnbuckle in his side of the ring and follows Sabin in with a thunderous clothesline. Shad pushes Sabin to the ground and goes for the pin attempt. He gets a one count and then Shad gets up and tags in Homicide. Homicide comes in and waits for Sabin to get up. Homicide positions himself behind of Sabin and bounces off the ropes and lands a bulldog onto Sabin. Homicide with the quick cover that gets him only a one count. Homicide to his feet and he tags in his LAX partner, Hernandez. Hernandez comes into the ring and picks up Sabin and lands a vicious spine buster. He goes for the pin and gets only a two count.

    Joey: It looks like Cryme Tyme and LAX are trying to get the quick win.

    Taz: Well Joey, they have to because they have to come back later tonight and compete in a ladder match.

    In the ring Hernandez picks Sabin up and whips him into the ropes. Sabin comes off and Hernandez goes for a clothesline but Sabin ducks and bounces off the other set of ropes while Alex Shelly gets a blind tag. Sabin comes off the ropes and then stops short of Hernandez and points to the top rope as Shelly is on the top rope and he comes off with a missile dropkick. He goes for a pin attempt but only gets a one before Hernandez throws Alex off of him and through the middle rope. Shelly stands up as Hernandez gets up in the ring. Hernandez bounces off the ropes and propels himself over the top of the rope in a suicide plancha onto Alex Shelly. Hernandez gets up as the fans are going wild for Hernandez. Hernandez gets up and he rolls Shelly into the ring. Hernandez goes for a pin but Alex gets his foot on the bottom rope at the count of two. Hernandez gets up and picks Alex up and sends him into the corner of LAX and Cryme Tyme. Hernandez follows Shelly in with a clothesline and then tags in his partner, Homicide. Homicide comes into the ring and lays the boots to Shelly. Homicide kicks Shelly until Alex falls to the canvas. Homicide picks Alex up and sends him into the opposite turnbuckle. Homicide charges at Alex and looks for a clothesline but Shelly falls to the canvas on his face. Alex is trying to figure out where he is and then he finds out that he is in his corner. He tags in Jay Briscoe and Briscoe comes in and picks Homicide up. Jay lands a right hand to Homicide and then tries for a standing dropkick which he lands. Pin attempt by Jay gets a two count. Jay tags his brother Mark into the match and Mark comes in. He picks Homicide up and hooks Homicide’s head. He picks him up in a snap suplex and then floats over into a pin attempt. Hernandez breaks the pin up at a count of two. Jay then comes into the ring and attacks Hernandez. JTG comes in to help out his partner and that brings in the Guns. Shad is the last man into the ring but he clears house. He hits Shelly with a clothesline, Sabin gets a big boot and Jay gets a clothesline that sends him to the outside. Mark is back up as he tries to fight off Cryme Tyme and LAX by himself. Homicide goes for the Cop Killa but Shelly is up and he stops it. The referee is trying to restore some order to the match but nobody will listen. All the men are back up and in the ring and they are all fighting. Jay and Mark are fighting with Cryme Tyme and LAX and the Guns are fighting. Homicide sends Sabin to the outside and Hernandez sends Shelly to the outside. The referee is trying to get Cryme Tyme out of the ring but Shad accidently nails the referee and he goes down. The Guns see the ref down and they look underneath the ring and they grab a ladder.

    Taz: Hold up Styles, the ladder match is later tonight, not right now.

    Joey: Maybe Shelly and Sabin want to give the fans a little preview.

    Taz: Well I’m down for that.

    Shelly and Sabin send the ladder into the ring and the Briscoes grab it and use it as a clothesline onto Shad. Jay picks the ladder up and nails JTG in the head with the ladder. Sabin gets in the ring and tells Jay to put the ladder down. He picks JTG up and lands a Cradle Shock onto JTG with JTG’s head landing on the ladder. Jay slides the ladder out of the ring as Shelly and Mark wake the ref up and Sabin pins JTG for the three count.

    Commercial Break

    “Burn in my Light” plays as the crowd give a mixed reaction. Orton comes out of the entranceway with a blue suit on. The shirt is have buttoned up and the jacket is unbuttoned. Orton steps to the top of the entrance way and does his destiny pose as the rainfall of golden sparks fall from the ceiling behind Orton. Randy begins to walk to the ring and he gets to the ring apron. Orton steps up to the apron and then steps in between the middle and top rope into the squared circle. Orton goes over to where Lillian Garcia is and asks for a microphone. He receives the microphone and then begins to talk.

    Orton: Last week I was involved in the Main Event of the first ever episode of EWA. It was my partner, Edge, and me versus the Hardy Boys.

    Big pop from the crowd at the mention of the Hardy Boys.

    Orton: So after Rated RKO beat the hell out of the Hardy’s we got two steel chairs and continued the beat down on Matt and Jeff. But when Edge went for that one man conchairto I realized my destiny. I had to get away from Edge and go for the ultimate prize in this game. It is time that Randy Orton becomes the EWA World Heavyweight Champion. I mean look at me. I am Randy Orton. The Evolution of professional wrestling is in my hands.

    “Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo†is heard from the speakers as the place goes absolutely nuts. Ric Flair’s music plays as Ric Flair comes out of the entrance way and struts his way to the ring in a suit with a blue blazer. Flair gets in the ring and then climbs into the ring. Flair walks over to Lillian Garcia and asks for a microphone. He receives the microphone and then begins to talk.

    Ric: Wooooooo, It’s the Nature Booooy, Wooooooo. Randy, Last week I was sitting in North Carolina with four or five ladies by my side and I saw your match. When you landed that RKO I saw that look in your eye. I remembered that I had that same look in my eye when I first started in the professional wrestling world. Orton, you just said that you want to be the EWA World Heavyweight Champion. Well, I want that for you to. Woooooooo. I’m retired and I’m ready for more of my Limousine ridin, Jet Flyin, Kiss stylin and Wheelin and Dealin. But I wanted to come here tonight and offer you a deal Orton that I know you will not refuse.

    Ric takes a break from talking and then gets back on the stick.

    Flair: I know this now because of what you said about Randy Orton is the Evolution of professional wrestling. See, I was involved in an evolutionary group back in my hay-day. Randy, tonight I give you the chance to bring back on of the best factions in the history of the world of wrestling. Randy, tonight I give you the chance to bring back the Four Horseman.

    The fans give the loudest pop of the night.

    Ric: But Orton I will tell you right now that if you accept then you will have to sacrifice your body, your mind, and your soul. Woooooooo. Randy Orton, tonight I put your destiny in your hands. What do you say Randy.

    Randy gets the microphone up to his mouth to begin to speak but he puts it down. Orton goes to put the microphone back to his mouth but he doesn’t speak. He just drops the microphone and then looks at his hand. Orton counts one finger off, then the second finger, and then the third one. He goes to put the fourth one up and then hesitates. He looks at Flair and then he holds his hand up in the air with the four fingers up showing that he accepts Flair’s offer. The running horses are heard as Orton and Flair embrace and then step out of the ring. They walk to the top of the ramp way and then hold the four fingers in the air as the scene fades to black.

    Commercial Break

    “Kaz” hits in the arena as Frankie Kazarian makes his way to the ring. Kaz slaps some of the hands of the fans on his way to the ring. Kaz slides into the ring and then he gets up and plays to the crowd some more as he waits for his opponent.

    “One of a Kind” plays as the place goes crazy for Rob Van Dam. RVD comes out to the arena after his pyro goes off and then he plays to the crowd on the way to the ring. RVD gets to the ring and then he leaps to the apron. RVD gets in the ring and then he leaps to the middle turnbuckle and does his RVD thumb taunt.

    Lillian: The following match is a one fall encounter. Introducing first from Anaheim, California, “The Future” Frankie Kazarian.

    The crowd gives a pretty good pop as Kazarian plays to the crowd.

    Lillian: And his opponent, from Battle Creek, Michigan. Rob Van Dam

    The crowd chants “RVD, RVD” as Lillian announces him and RVD does his taunt in perfect timing with Lillian saying his name.

    The match begins with both men circling each other and then they tie-up in the middle of the ring. RVD gets a hammerlock on Kaz and then Kaz reverses it into a hammerlock of his own. RVD tries to get out of the hold but is unsuccessful. RVD goes to get to the turnbuckle and he is successful. Rob jumps up and gets his legs on the middle turnbuckle pad. Kaz is supporting RVD, who is still in the hammerlock, runs up the turnbuckle and flips over of Kazarian thus breaking the hold that he was in.

    Taz: That last move by RVD was just pure athletism

    RVD is on his feet as Frankie comes at him looking for a clothesline but Rob ducks and then nails Frankie with a spinning heel kick. Kaz falls to the ground and RVD goes down for a pin attempt. RVD gets a one count before Kaz gets his right shoulder up. RVD gets up and he picks Kaz up and sends him into the ropes. Kaz comes off the ropes and RVD leap frogs over top of Kaz and then when Frankie comes back to Rob, RVD lands a reverse crescent kick to the jaw of Frankie. Rob goes for the pin and he gets a two count before the right shoulder of Kaz’s escapes off of the map. Rob Van Dam picks up Kaz and then Kaz gets hip tossed back to the ground. RVD lands a few boots to the head of Kaz and then he sets him up in position for the Rolling Thunder. RVD goes to the ropes and bounces off of them. He rolls onto the ground and then flips into the air. RVD comes down and lands on the canvas as Kaz rolled out of the ring at the last moment. RVD is slowly getting to his feet as Frankie is trying to regain his senses outside of the ring. Kaz is back up and he steps up onto the apron. Kaz walks down the apron to the turnbuckle and starts to climb. Kaz gets to the top turnbuckle as Rob is getting back up. Kaz waits for a second and then comes off the top with a high cross body. Kaz lands on top of Rob and he covers him. Rob kicks out at two and Kaz gets up.

    Kaz lays the boots to Rob for few seconds and then he picks him up. Frankie German suplexes RVD and then bridges up into a pinning combination. Kaz gets a two count and then he gets back up. Kaz goes for a chin lock to wear down RVD. RVD tries to sit out of the chin lock but he is unsuccessful. RVD again tries to get out of the chin lock and this time he is successful. Both men are back to their and they are in a stand off. RVD lands a few kicks to the calf of Kaz and then sends Kaz into the turnbuckle. RVD runs into the corner and monkey flips Kaz to the canvas below. RVD jumps to the top rope and goes for the Five Star Frog Splash but the lights go out. The lights come back on and SABU is in the ring. He has a steel chair on the floor and is pointing to the sky. Rob sees Sabu and tells him to hit Kaz with the chair. Sabu grabs the steel chair and walks over to where RVD and Kaz are at. RVD is smiling as it looks like Sabu is going to hit Kaz. Sabu looks up at Rob and then throws the steel chair at Rob, ECW style right into the cranium of Rob. RVD falls to the ground as Kaz gets his arm over Rob for the three count. Kaz stands up and goes to thank Sabu for the help but Sabu takes the chair and nails Kaz in the head with it signifying that he is not helping Kaz. Sabu leaves the ring to a lot of boos from the crowd.

    Backstage we see Chris Jericho talking to CM Punk and AJ Styles. Jericho is talking a big game from what the camera catches and he is making many hand gestures. Santino Marella and Maria walk by and Jericho stops them.

    Jericho: Well if it isn’t the Ass clown that me, Punk, and Rob beat down last week.

    Santino: Chris Jericho, The Rock and Rolla Ayatolla. I am-A Santino Marella not this clown Ass you speak of and this is my Maria. Last week you simply got lucky when you defeated my team. If you were to go one on one with Santino Marella than you will be the loser.

    Jericho: Well if you think so you Sanbino

    Santino: It’s Sant..

    Jericho: Why don’t you shut the hell up and listen. If you think that you can beat me then how about next week you face the Ayatolla of Rock and Rolla in a the ring.

    Santino: Fine, you have-a a match but Santino can smell what you are cookin’

    Commercial Break

    “I’m Comin” plays as the crowd erupts with boos as MVP makes his way to the ring. He walks a little bit down the ramp way and then slaps his hands on the ground and does his Ballin’ taunt as his fireworks go off.

    “Burn in my light” plays as the crowd goes ballistic for CM Punk. Punk makes his way to the ring and he plays to the crowd some by slapping some of the fans hands. CM gets to the ring, rolls in and prepares for the match.

    Lillian: The following match is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, Montel Vontavious Porter, MVP.

    The crowd boos MVP as he does his Ballin’ taunt.

    Lillian: And his opponent, from Chicago, Illinois, CM Punk

    The arena goes crazy as CM puts up the “X” with his forearms.

    CM Punk and MVP stare at each other looking from opposite sides of the ring. They finally advance toward each other and enter in an elbow tie up, comparing their strengths. MVP takes the advantage and he locks his opponent on a side headlock. He maintains it locked in for a while, then violently takes down Punk to the canvas. On the mat, he keeps his opponent locked in on the headlock. However, CM Punk is able to reverse as he, using his legs, he leg scissors MVP getting out of the hold. MVP then counters the leg scissors of CM Punk rolling over his head and making a jackknife cover: 1…2… CM Punk gets up on the same position he was being covered, getting applauses from the audience. He floats over the body of his opponent, then he German Suplexes Montel, ending in a bridging cover: 1…2…, MVP kicks out. Both opponents get back to their feet, but now it is MVP the one who gets the upperhand, as he lands a kick right to the side of the head of CM Punk. The straightedge superstar staggers back, but he then comes back planting his opponent with a Roundhouse Kick to the head of MVP, making now Montel stagger back. CM Punk then storms towards him and plants him with a clothesline knocking him down. MVP gets back to his feet only to get knocked out by a second clothesline. MVP gets back to a vertical standing for the third time, only to get punched right on the head. CM Punk then continues his flurry planting MVP with a Yakuza Kick right to the middle section of his opponent, making Porter bend in pain. CM Punk then dashes toward the ropes, but MVP receives him with an Over the Head Belly to Belly Suplex. MVP goes toward his opponent and he makes the cover, putting his forearm on the face of Punk: 1…2… CM Punk kicks out.

    MVP gets back to his feet, then grabbing his opponent by the hair, he guides him back to his feet. MVP goes to humiliate him slapping him right on the face. However CM Punk then manages to answer out of nowhere as he jumps in front of his opponent, planting him with a Hurracanrana. MVP ends close to the ring ropes. CM Punk looks at this and he dashes toward him looking for a clothesline, however MVP counters and he back body drops his opponent. However, CM Punk avoids felling to the canvas, as he hangs up to top rope and ends on the apron. MVP turns around only to get planted by a forearm to the face of his opponent. MVP staggers back and gets away from the ropes and toward the inside of the rign, then CM Punk taunts to the crowd hitting the top rope, only to finally leap then planting his opponent with a Springboard Clothesline. CM Punk makes the cover: 1…2, MVP kicks out. CM Punk gets back to his feet and he starts taunting on MVP, waiting for him to get back to a standing to his feet. Porter gets back up groggy, then turns around walking right into CM Punk, that gets him over his shoulders looking to hit the GTS. However, MVP starts despairly to counter, driving his elbow to the head of his opponent. MVP gets back to his feet and he gets the advantage with a kick to the gut, that staggers CM Punk all the way toward the corner. MVP steps back going toward the opposite side of the ring. He taunts to the crowd and toward his opponent. Porter then explodes toward him, looking to nail Punk with the Player’s Boot, however when he is about to connect it, CM Punk side steps avoiding the Player’s Boot. MVP gets caught on the top rope.

    CM Punk takes advantage and he rolls Porter up: 1…2, MVP manages to kick out. CM Punk gets back to his feet. He stomps on the leg of his opponent, then goes to stretch it, and after that, he goes to turn his opponent over, and lock him in a Boston Crab, however MVP counters using his free leg to push and kick his opponent away. CM Punk gets sent toward the ring ropes. CM Punk bounces back and goes toward MVP, that nails him with a kick right to the head knocking him down, in a big boot fashion. MVP announces the end taunting cockily to the crowd. He picks CM Punk up and he sets him in the Playmaker’s position, however when he goes to spin Punk and nail it with it, CM Punk counters, then when Porter turns around, the straightedge superstar gets him over his shoulders. CM Punk starts spinning, in an Airplane like maneuver, and then he plants MVP with the GTS. CM Punk makes the cover: 1…2…3.

    Commercial Break

    “Metaligus” plays as Edge comes to the ring. He is getting booed and he just shrugs it off. Edge is wearing his wrestling tights and his black leather jacket. Lita is on his side with a low cut black top and a tight pair of leather pants. Edge walks to the ring and gets it. Lita goes over to Lillian and gets a microphone. Lita gets in the ring and hands the microphone to Edge and Edge gives her a quick kiss before he starts to talk.

    Edge: The four Horseman (Edge pauses for the pop) the most influential faction in the history of professional wrestling and it is back. However it seems that you people cannot count because there seems to be only two horseman and one of them is retired. So for the fans here in Philadelphia let me do some quick math for you. Two horseman minus one horseman is only one horseman and not four. So for all you fans out there that thought the four horseman would be coming back then you are sadly mistaken. Orton, last week you made the biggest mistake of your life when you RKOed me last week onto that chair. Orton, you signed your death warrant. You can have that old ass horseman try to help you and all the destiny in the world. Hell, Jesus himself can come down and tell you to your face that you will be the EWA World Heavyweight Champion but it will not happen. Randy Orton, you will never be better than me. I am Edge, the next EWA World Champ.

    Edge leaves the ring side area with Lita by his side as the fans are booing Edge. Edge doesn’t care and he is hugging on Lita as he making his way to the back.

    ”Bodies” hits as Paul Heyman makes his way to the ring. He has a microphone in his hand and a smile on his face. He is in his usual attire of a leather jacket, baseball cap and press pass. Paul gets into the ring and begins to talk on the microphone.

    Paul: So, you know that I don’t keep shit from the fans, so here is the basic run down of what is happening in the Extreme Championship Alliance. From now on all matches will be held under “relaxed rules” as I am supposed to call it. Basically it means that these guys can go out and do whatever they feel is necessary to get the W. Also, there has been a lot of talk tonight about the EWA World Heavyweight Championship. Well, as the man in charge of EWA in collaboration with Raven, I have decided that the EWA World Title will find its owner in two weeks at EWA’s first Pay Per View, Determination. Now, who will be in this match? There will be six men in the match. I have decided that there will be six qualifying matches which will take place next week and the week after to determine who will have the chance to fight for the richest price in the game. So next week it will be Chris Jericho vs. Santino Marella, Rob Van Dam vs. Sabu and Matt Hardy vs. Samoa Joe and then the week after it will be Randy Orton vs. AJ Styles, Edge vs. Rey Mysterio and Mr. Kennedy vs. Jeff Hardy. The winners will fight for the EWA World Heavyweight Championship at Determination.

    Paul begins to leave the ring and then stops before he steps onto the apron.

    Paul: O yea, and the match will be inside of the Hell in a Cell.

    The place goes absolutely nuts as Heyman goes to the back.

    Joey: O My God a six-man Hell in a Cell match at Dedication to crown the first ever EWA Heavyweight Champion.

    Taz: That is going to be sick. I can’t wait for that match but up next we have a ladder match to crown the first ever EWA Tag Team champions. The Briscoes and The Motor City Machine Guns earned the right to fight for the belts earlier tonight.

    Joey: They sure did Taz, but they used the ladder to assist them, but with Paul Heyman announcing the new relaxed rules around here that really doesn’t matter.

    Taz: All I know is that I am pumped for this match so let’s get it started.

    “The Cross” by Nas plays as the place goes nuts for the Briscoe Brothers. Mark and Jay make their way to the ring and the place is cheering like crazy. The Briscoes run down to the ring and slide into it underneath the bottom rope.

    “1967” plays as the fans in the arena continue to cheer as the Motor City Machine Guns make their way to the ring. They run to the ring and then slide underneath of the ropes just like the Briscoes did. Shelly and Sabin get on the middle turnbuckle and point to their hand before jumping down and getting ready for their match.

    Lillian: The following is a Ladder match for the EWA Tag Team Championships. Introducing first Mark and Jay Briscoe, The Briscoe Brothers.

    The fans go crazy for the Briscoe Brothers as Lillian begins to speak again.

    Lillian: And there opponents, Chris Sabin and Alex Shelly, The Motor City Machine Guns.

    Again the place goes nuts for the Guns. There are chants of “ROH” and a mix between “Briscoe” and “Guns”

    The match starts with all men scurrying out of the ring to go for the ladders. All of the competitors in the match grab a ladder from outside and slides them into the ring. All of the men in the match slide into the ring after their ladders and hop up next to their ladder. They all simultaneously set their ladders up underneath the belts with The Briscoes on one side and The Guns on the other side. Both teams then begin to climb up the ladders. They all reach the top before they realize that their opponents are also climbing the ladder. Mark and Sabin are opposite each other and they begin to punch back and forth. Sabin nails a right hand followed by another right. Mark loses the grip of one of his hands and Sabin continues to hit him with strong right hands. Mark tries to find his balance as he is about to fall. Meanwhile Jay and Shelly are fighting in the same way but Jay is the offensive man on that ladder. Mark and Shelly fall off their ladders at the same time and Jay and Sabin get to the top rung of the ladder and begin to reach for the belts. Jay sees that Chris is in better position to get the belts so he climbs to the very top of the ladder and stands up. Jay then jumps off the top of the ladder and the ladder falls but Jay lands a dropkick to Sabin knocking him off his ladder. Jay flips in the air and lands on the canvas stomach first.

    Joey: O MY GAWD

    Taz: That was dope. I have never seen anything like that and I have seen some extreme stuff in my day.

    Crowd: Holy Shit, Holy Shit, Holy Shit

    All the competitors are laying on the canvas and Mark and Shelly are the first to their feet as they took the least of the punishment. Mark chargers at Alex and lands a clothesline onto Shelly. Alex falls to the mat and then pops right back up. Mark hits a flipping dropkick onto Alex and lands on his feet. Mark plays to the crowd as Sabin gets to his feet, slowly. Sabin is up and charges at Mark knocking him out of the ring. Sabin gets fully to the feet and then goes towards the ropes. Sabin slingshots over the top rope and planchas onto Mark. Jay Briscoe is back up and he goes over to Shelly. Shelly is getting to his knees and Jay goes towards him looking to pick him up. Shelly grabs Jay by the front of the tights and slings him into the turnbuckle shoulder first. Sabin gets back in the ring as Shelly is standing up a ladder. Sabin gets a ladder of his own and sets it up. They begin to climb the ladder and almost reach the top when The Briscoes make it to their feet and begin to climb to the top turnbuckle. They jump off the top turnbuckle at the same time and dropkick the ladders to the ground and The Guns fall to the ground with Sabin bouncing off the top rope and falls to the outside. Shelly catches him self of the top rope but falls into the ring onto the canvas. Mark and Jay get up really quickly and set two ladders up. They begin to climb and almost make it to the top rung. They make it to the top rung and begin to reach for the belts. Shelly is starting to get to his feet and he realizes that the Briscoes are about to win the EWA World Heavyweight Championships. Shelly gets up and pushes over the ladder that Mark is on. The ladder that Jay is on was right next to Mark and it falls in a domino effect. Jay catches himself on the top rope with his mid-section hanging over the top rope. Mark catches the ladder that Jay was on with his face and he falls to the mat. He looks up and his face has been busted up. Sabin is back up and he comes into the ring. He rushes over to where the action is and sends Jay to the outside of the ring. Shelly and Sabin pick up Mark and send him into the corner. Alex Shelly picks up a ladder and runs with it into the corner hitting Mark headfirst with it. Mark falls to the canvas as The Guns look up at the titles. Jay sneaks back into the ring after he grabbed a steel chair from underneath the ring. He stands up and nails Chris Sabin in the back with the chair. Shelly turns around and gets creamed with the steel chair. Jay starts to grab the ladder and sets it up underneath of the tag belts. He begins to climb and gets to the middle of the ladder before Sabin gets to his feet. Chris starts to climb the ladder slowly. Jay gets to the top and reaches for the belt but Sabin hits him in the stomach with a hard right hand. Jay doubles over and Sabin climbs to the top of the ladder. Sabin lands a few more right hands and then he gets Jay in a front chancery. Sabin picks Jay up and suplexes him from the top of the ladder all the way to the canvas below. Many replays of this move are shown including the “Wild E Coyote” camera shot. Shelly and Mark are trying to make it to their feet as we return to live action. Shelly is up and he grabs the steel chair. He charges at Mark and tries to nail him with the chair but Mark ducks. Shelly turns around and Mark kicks him in the gut. Mark lands the Cut-Throat Driver onto Shelly.

    Joey: Cut-Throat Driver, that was devastating

    Taz: Now one of the Briscoe Brothers have to get to the top and grab the belts.

    Joey: But don’t forget about Chris Sabin. He is still in the match as well.

    Back in the ring The Briscoe Brothers get together and huddle together to decide their next move. They kick Chris Sabin in the head and then they pick Chris up and set him up for a spiked J-Driver. They land the hold and then set up some ladders like the Hardy Boys would when they do their tag team aerial attack. Mark and Jay climb to the top and then step over the top rung of the ladder and play to the crowd. They come off the ladder simultaneously with aerial attacks, Mark with the Shooting Star Press and Jay lands a leg drop. The fans go crazy as Mark and Jay pop up and play to the crowd. Shelly slowly gets to his knees and then rolls out of the ring. Mark and Jay follow him and start to fight with him on the outside. Mark lands a right hand and then lands another one. Jay sends him into the steel turn post. Sabin is slowly getting to his feet and then he rises up fully. Sabin sets up a ladder and begins to slowly climb the ladder. The Briscoe Brothers are standing together and they see Sabin climbing the ladder. They slide into the ring as Sabin gets to the top rung. Sabin sees Mark and Jay in the ring and then sits on the ladder. We can hear him yelling “Wait for this one, Boys”, Sabin stands up on the ladder and then flies off the top of the ladder onto both Briscoes. The crowd can be heard yelling “Holy Shit, Holy Shit.” Shelly gets into the ring as Sabin stands up. Sabin goes outside of the ring and he looks under the ring. He grabs a ladder from underneath the ring and it is the 20 footer. The fans O and Ah knowing that something big is about to happen. Sabin slides it into the ring and Shelly kicks Mark and Jay in the head to keep him down. Shelly sets a ladder up in the corner of the ring and then sets the other ladder up in the other corner. Sabin gets in a few shots to the head of Jay and Mark as Shelly is still trying to set the ladders up. Shelly grabs the 20 foot ladder and calls Sabin over to help him. The Guns set up the ladder by placing one end of the ladder up near the top of the ladder in the corner and then they set the other end of the ladder on the ladder in the other corner, thus making a scaffold. The Guns start to climb the ladder and then walk onto the scaffold. The Briscoe Brothers get up and they see the ladder-scaffold that The Motor City Machine Guns are standing on reaching for the tag team belts. Mark and Jay scurry up the ladders in the corner and get on the scaffold. All four men are on the 20 foot ladder now.

    Joey: This is really dangerous. Anything could happen at this moment.

    Jay and Shelly are punching back and forth as well as Sabin and Mark. Mark has the upper-hand on Sabin and then slams his face into the ladder. Shelly has the advantage on Jay and sets him up for the ShellShock. Alex nails the Shellshock from the ladder-scaffold to the canvas below. “EWA” chants are heard from the crowd as Shelly is hurting and Jay is laid prone on the canvas. Mark and Sabin are fighting and Sabin has the advantage and he lands a kick to the gut of Mark. Mark doubles over and Sabin picks him up for the Cradleshock. He lands it and Mark falls to the canvas off of the ladder. Chris is still on the ladder-scaffold but he is really hurting. He slowly makes his way to his feet and slowly raises up to grab the belt. The fans can be seen standing up and looking at the entranceway.

    Joey: O My Gawd, It’s Randy Orton. What is he doing out here.

    Taz: I don’t know but Ric Flair is right behind him.

    Orton rushes to the ring and starts to climb the ladder and gets onto the scaffold. Orton walks over to Chris Sabin, looks at him, puts up the four fingers and then RKO’s Sabin off of the ladder onto the canvas. Orton gets up and picks jay up after kicking Shelly out of the ring. Orton picks Jay up and drags him over to the ladder-scaffold. Jay climbs up and gets on the ladder. He reaches up and grabs the Tag belts. Jay jumps down and tries to help Mark up. Mark gets up and sees that he is half of the tag team champions. He stands up and sees Orton. Mark holds up the four fingers as does Jay, Orton, and Flair. The show ends with the Horseman music playing and all four men raising each other arms in the hair holding up the four fingers.

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    I figured I’d come back in for a second show and see how it went…

    I actually don’t mind the idea of two tandems forced to team together to win in order to get a shot at becoming the first ever tag team champions. Something slightly different to usual which is always a bonus. The match really was a generic tag match until the ref bump and the ladder came into play. Considering we’ve got the ladder match later on tonight, I thought it was clever that the guys who won this one were the ones who used the ladder really well. I thought the booking of having The Briscoes and MCMG fight it out is the right move to, as Cryme Time really felt like the odd team out here. Just not at the level of the others. Either way, good start to the show.

    I know you mentioned the whole being a lot younger when you initially started this thread so there are a lot of WWE similarities… And I’ll try and overlook some but Randy using the old pyro from his entrance just made me lol. Also how many microphones does Lilian Garcia have to keep giving them out? Randy Orton’s segment was okay, talking about his destiny and how he had to stay away from Edge. It could have had a little bit more detail but I enjoyed the concept of it. Now I love a Ric Flair promo as much as the next person, but I actually felt this segment went downhill from here. It just seemed really weird that there was no mention of Evolution throughout this conversation between both men, especially considering you are playing off the rest of the WWE history. Even if it was a sly hint towards being together before, but instead we got nothing. I’m assuming Orton will be the centrepiece of this faction which is great, however this probably should have been built a little better than one, quick rushed in ring promo. With that being said though, the two of them in a faction again should be fun, even if it does feel like WWE lite.

    Kaz/RVD if both were motivated would be quite the good match. Not much else to say except the appearance of Sabu was quite interesting. Attacking both men leaves me wanting to hear more from Sabu in the future to get an understanding of what his character is about here. Maybe assign him a mouth piece? Anyway, can’t really complain with the result with Sabu appearing, and this still feels like a pretty big win for Kaz.

    Jericho/Santino comedy segment was meh. Just felt way to forced, using The Rock’s catchphrase and stuff for no reason. Not feeling the comedy so far.

    CM Punk/MVP was another fine match and a good win for CM Punk. I’m a fan of both these guys and can’t wait to see what you do with them once everything settles in this thread.

    Little Edge promo having a crack at Orton and the lack of numbers in the Horsemen faction was probably the first promo I’ve read from you that felt right for the character and the situation. Good job.

    Some ring time for Paul Heyman is completely fine, and I don’t know how I feel about the relaxed rules stipulation. It almost feels like Paul hasn’t changed with the times and is just trying to relive ECW. Also, a company having a pay per view so quick doesn’t really make a lot of sense, nor does the fact that they are using the HIAC match, which is a WWE stipulation. Plenty of stuff I didn’t enjoy here but I’m sure the 6 man match will be entertaining to crown a new champion.

    Now here we go. This main event, the big spot fest ladder match and the ending of the booking are easily the things I’ve most enjoyed so far in this thread. The idea of Orton and Flair recruiting The Brisco Brothers… the tag champs to be in the Horsemen is great. Really looking forward to seeing how things pan out from here, this was a strong finish to the show.

    Still plenty of work to do, but enjoyed a few things in this show more than others. I look forward to watching you improve with more shows and props on mentioning an EWA Championship this week.









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    Re: EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    Good show edge's promo was really well written Im not sure how i feel about orton doing horseman feels like a step back.

    Tag match was fun.

    Santino and jericho interaction was funny totally could see him saying that

    Punk win was nice

    I will say can you space your stuff apart and put winner: ???

    Ppv should be good

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    Well, that’s an interesting stipulation for the 8 man tag match and given that the match it is setting up, I’m glad that the ladder was involved in the ending. MCMG and the Briscoes in a Ladder Match? Awesome

    Orton and Flair promo to set up the Four Horseman was good


    Funnily enough, I’ve never been the biggest fan of Kazarian. Big win for him over Van Dam though, even if it was handed to him by Sabu. Can’t wait to see what you do with Sabu in this thread


    Santino’s comedy always made me cringe and it does so here. Hopefully Jericho crushes him next week


    Punk/MVP was a good match to read with Punk winning actually surprising me


    Edge’s promo was great and made me fully believe that Edge believes that he will be the next world champ in EWA


    The Heyman promo was good but a PPV so soon after the founding of the company is a bit odd, given that it has just started up


    Now we get to the main event, the Ladder Match for the EWA Tag belts and I have to say, this was a fantastic read and nearly made rethink about writing in full, rather than recap


    So, the ending of the match with the Briscoes joining the Four Horsemen was awesome and I honestly can’t wait for the next update

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    - Bro I love this thread so much! I just want to say that I love how well you write the matches. I generally like to do match recaps on mine, because I have always kind of subscribed to the Vince Russo thinking that the booker or writer shouldn’t dictate how the match is going to go move by move, that the matches kind of fall on the road agents and the individual wrestlers. But bro (no pun intended BRO haha) I love your match write ups. It puts me into the story and helps me visualize everything perfectly. The first tag team encounter was no different and the stipulation was very inventive. It forces the two teams to work together for the time being in order to ensure their spot in the tag team title match. I also enjoy as others have pointed out that they utilized the ladder even during this match to build for the ladder match at the end of the show. I dig that you didn’t just do a tournament to decide the tag team champs, as I feel like in many cases it is a lazy thing that bookers tend to do in situations like this. It definitely was the smart choice having MCMG and The Briscoes go over here. I hope that you build the tag team division around The Briscoes because they are absolute gold and an extremely underrated tag team. I like that you didn’t completely bury CT or LAX here either. I think the pairing is a pretty natural pairing as well considering their similar gimmicks. LAX was probably my favorite group ever in TNA so I hope that you can build a strong following around them too. But MCMG and Briscoes was definitely the right choice. I see MCMG winning the tag titles, just because I feel like they have a slight advantage with the ladder stipulation. But The Briscoes are absolutely brutal and can use the ladder to their advantage in a more violent way.

    - pretty good promo from Orton, and an even better interaction between Flair. Orton’s reasoning about turning on Edge makes logical sense, and with Flair coming out to give him that rub, I am looking forward to seeing where you go with the new horsemen. I also want to commend you on the way you had Orton accept Flair’s invitation. Instead of just having Orton tell Flair he’s in, it was a unique way for Orton to accept with the four fingers. Nice build and I’m just curious to see who you try to recruit for the other two spots. Orton and Flair are a good pairing though because they already have that history with Orton somewhat taking the new Triple H role now.

    - Sabu! Yes! That’s fucking awesome. I was kind of hoping Sabu was going to wipe out Kaz first though, since it would be nice to see Kaz get that rub and could really use the building. But I can definitely get behind a Van Dam and Sabu feud for nostalgia purposes, and at this current time period, they could definitely still go in the ring. I’m sure the crowd would’ve been insane for this. Glad to see Sabu take out Kaz with the chair too just to send the message that he is here for Van Dam, not because he is trying to help Kaz. Definitely intrigued to see where you take this Van Dam/Sabu thing, and also where you position Kaz going forward. Because he definitely has a lot of potential with a company like this. He could almost be like the new Tommy Dreamer babyface in a way.

    - I definitely could see where you were trying to go with the Jericho/Santino interaction, but I just was kind of meh on it.

    - CM Punk going over huge against MVP here. I definitely think this was the right choice, but man oh man did Punk make MVP look like a million bucks here. MVP’s heel work is fucking gold right now in your project, and I think Punk is definitely being built as “your guy.” Lots of near falls in the match made it exciting and put them both over huge. I’m curious to see if you let MVP take this lying down.

    - You have Edge nabbed perfectly! I could literally hear Edge in my mind cutting this promo. “Jesus himself can come down and tell you to your face that you will be the Champion, but it will not happen.” Love it! Edge is definitely going to get his revenge on Orton, and heel or not, I can’t fucking wait to see it. Just logical booking and a promo that came across very clear and made sense.

    - I really like the six man idea and I think you have Heyman pegged pretty damn well. I unlike others enjoy his retro ECW like style and “relaxed rules”, but a hell in a cell? Ehhh. I don’t know. I might’ve considered doing something else more ECW like than a hell in a cell, or at least naming something different. Maybe making it a hell in a cell but like wrapping it in barbed wire or having the roof of the cell on fire…just doing something different than the WWE’s Hell in a Cell. Maybe even a name change with weapons attached to the top of the cell or something. I would think the WWE would almost come down with legal action if this were to really happen. But I can get passed that. These six (whoever they might be after the qualifying matches) will absolutely tear into each other and I think set the mold for where you are going with the hardcore EWA. I’m still putting my money on Orton taking it home with the horsemen by his side.

    - If anything on the show delivered, it was definitely this main event. Wow. These two teams absolutely ripped into each other, and honestly you gave the vanilla MCMG a streak of violence and hardcore-ness that they didn’t have before this match. They were able to hang with The Briscoes while also utilizing their floppy flippy high spots lol. Very entertaining and brutal spots on the ladder, specifically with Shelley dropping Jay with the ShellShock from the ladder onto the canvas! The spot at the end with RKO holding up the four fingers and then RKOing Sabin off the scaffold was fucking amazing though! Hearing Joey Styles on commentary for this would’ve been absolutely epic. Very surprised to see The Briscoes join up with the Horsemen. It’s hard to think of the Briscoes not just being violent and rugged rednecks, which is not what I think of when I think of the Four Horsemen. But it will definitely be interesting to see how you push them going forward and now with them holding the tag team titles…I’m almost certain Orton will be leaving the PPV with the world title around his shoulder.

    Overall very good show man. A few things I might’ve changed, such as the comedy skit with Jericho/Santino and then the Hell in the Cell stipulation, but other than that very solid show. Solid and logical booking and surprises that truly were surprises and got me even more interested as a reader. Point being, you definitely have a future reader in me man. Looking forward to seeing where you go especially with the Horsemen angle.

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    Styles: Welcome to Extreme Wrestling Alliance. I am Joey Styles and this is my broadcast partner, Taz.

    Taz: Joey, tonight we have three qualifying matches for the six-man Hell in a Cell match at Determination for the EWA Heavyweight Championship.

    Styles: With that said, let’s head to the ring for our first match of the night, Matt Hardy vs. Samoa Joe.

    Matt Hardy makes his way to the ring to a loud ovation. He throws up his V-1 sign and then gets in the ring. He stands up on middle turnbuckle and puts up the V-1 sign yet again.

    “Isle of Samoa” hits as the place goes crazy for Samoa Joe. Joe makes his way to the ring with his traditional white towel around his neck. Joe comes down to the ring and rolls into the ring. He gets up as Lillian Garcia starts the introductions.

    Lillian: The following is a qualifying match for the EWA Championship match at Determination. Introducing first, From Cameron, North Carolina Matt Hardy.

    The crowd pops for Matt.

    Lillian: And his opponent, “The Samoan Submission Machine” Samoa Joe.

    The match begins with a stare down and then both men gesture for the belt that they are trying to qualify to get in the match for the title. Joe lands a hard right hand that Matt takes to the face. Matt retaliates with a hard right hand of his own. Matt lands another right hand that sends Joe rocking backwards. Matt grabs Joe’s shoulder and sends him into the turnbuckle. Matt runs into Joe and lands a clothesline that sends Joe to the canvas on his butt. Matt kicks Joe once, twice, three times in the sternum. Matt picks Joe up and then slams him to the ground in position for his leg drop from the top rope. Matt goes to the second turnbuckle and does the Hardy Boys taunt before coming off the middle rope with a leg drop. However, Samoa Joe moves out of the way at the last moment and Matt lands hard on the canvas compressing his spine. Joe gets up and picks Matt up. Joe Irish Whips Matt into the turnbuckle with such velocity that Matt falls face-first onto the mat. Joe picks Matt up and then sends him again into the other turnbuckle with him falling face-first on his mat from the impact of the Irish-Whip. Joe picks Matt up and nails him with a tremendous power slam. Joe with the first pin-fall attempt of the night and gets a two count. Joe picks Matt up and lands a backbreaker. Pin attempt by Joe gets a two count before Matt sneaks his right shoulder up. Joe is back to his feet and he picks Hardy up. Joe lands a hard kick to Matt’s calf and then he nails a knife-edge chop. Matt is stung by the chop and then Joe lands another sending Matt into the corner. Joe hits another knife-edge chop and then puts Matt onto the top rope and sits him on his butt. Joe climbs to the middle turnbuckle and tries for the muscle buster to end this match early. Matt fights off with some hard right hands. Joe staggers a little on the top but grabs the top rope. Matt stands up and lands another right hand. Joe still holds on to the top rope but Matt hooks Joe into the Side Effect. Matt comes off the top with Joe and lands the side effect. Matt goes for the pin but Joe somehow gets his foot on the bottom rope.

    Matt gets back up and favors his back as Joe is still on the ground. Matt slowly goes over to Joe and bends over to pick him up but Joe gets an inside cradle for a two count. Joe is back to his feet at the same time as Matt. Joe goes to Irish Whip Matt into the turnbuckle for a third time in the match but Matt holds onto Joe and sends him into the turnbuckle. Matt follows up with clothesline and the Matt hooks Joe’s head and lands a bulldog. Matt with the pin attempt but only gets a two count. Matt gets to his feet and then lands a kick to the head of Joe. Matt gets another kick in before setting Joe in position. Matt climbs the top rope and then comes off the top with a moonsault. Joe moves out of the way and Matt eats canvas. Joe is up and he picks Matt up. Joe sends Matt into the ropes and when Matt comes back at Joe, Joe lands a Samoan drop. Samoa Joe goes for the pin attempt but only gets a two count. Joe is back up and he lands a kick to the head of Matt. Joe picks Hardy up and lands a tiger driver. Pin attempt by Joe gets him a two count. Joe gets up and then lands a scoop slam onto Matt. Joe picks Matt up and lands the Island Driver. Two count by the referee and Samoa Joe is starting to get upset. He rolls to the outside and gets a steel chair. Joe comes into the ring and goes to hit Matt with the chair but Matt ducks and then lands a dropkick onto the steel chair knocking Joe to the mat. Matt Hardy slowly crawls over to Joe and gets one arm over Joe’s body. Joe kicks out at two and a half. Matt gets up and grabs the steel chair. He goes to nail Joe with it but Joe hit’s a spinning heel kick onto the chair into Matt’s face. Joe goes for the cover but only gets a two count.

    Joe gets to his feet and then he picks Matt up. Joe sends Matt into the turnbuckle with a lot of momentum. Matt falls face-first to the canvas and then Joe goes over and picks him up. Joe goes for the Musclebuster but Matt slips out of it. The fans now all stand up as Jay Lethal runs to the ring. Lethal hops up onto the apron and yells at Joe. Joe turns away from Matt and looks at Lethal. Jay yells at Joe and then spits at him. Joe goes after Lethal but Lethal points to behind Joe. Samoa Joe turns around and Matt Hardy kicks him in the gut. Twist of Fate by Matt Hardy for the three count. Matt Hardy hops up and gets out of the ring. He plays to the fans as he walks to the back. Samoa Joe gets up and starts to run to the back.


    Spoiler:

    Winner at 10:45 – Matt Hardy


    Joey: It looks like Samoa Joe is looking for Jay Lethal.

    Taz: I just want to know why Lethal did what he did.

    Commercial Break

    Back from commercial and we hear the running horses over the sound system, which means only one thing, it’s Horseman time. Ric Flair comes out first in an Armani tux. Randy Orton follows with a fine looking suit on. The Briscoe’s are out last in their expensive looking outfits with the EWA Tag belts securely around their waists. The fans are cheering even though the Horseman pays no attention to them. Ric leads the way to the ring and he is climbs into the ring and gets a microphone as the rest of the Horseman get into the ring. Flair gets on the microphone as the crowd is wooing.

    Flair: Wooooooo. I stand before you in the ring with greatness. The four horseman are back in the saddle.

    Flair goes over to Orton and pats him on the shoulder.

    Flair: Randy Orton, the future EWA World Heavyweight Champion.

    Flair goes over to the Briscoe Brothers and pats both of them on the shoulder.

    Flair: And the Briscoe Brothers, the EWA World Tag Team Champions.

    The crowd pops as all four men hold up the four fingers.

    Flair: In this ring is the new order of the professional wrestling world. Wooooo. Now, all week long I have had people come up to me and ask, “Flair, why the Briscoe Brothers, Flair, why them?” Well, I am here to tell you. It is because the Briscoe Brothers came to me last week before their match.

    Randy shakes his head as Flair does the same.

    Flair: They came to me and said “Flair, we want to have the riches that the Horseman have, we want the girls that the Horseman have, we want the outfits that the Horseman have, we want the respect that the Horseman have.” Woooooo. So, I looked at them and then I looked at Randy and told them that we will see about it. Well, they saw it last week when we helped them win the Tag belts.

    Mark and Jay take their belts off, look at them and then hold them up in the air.

    Flair: You see in the original Horseman, there was that dominant tag team, The Andersons. Now fast forward to present day and we have the Briscoes. The tag team of the future. Woooo. And speaking of the future, Randy, I know that you have something to say so let these people hear you.

    Randy takes the microphone from Flair and then starts to talk on the microphone.

    Randy: You see in two weeks time at Determination Randy Orton will become the EWA Heavyweight Champion when I walk into the Hell in a Cell and RKO each and every person in that Cell and then walk out with the strap around my waist. I just have one little barrier in my way and that is AJ Styles. AJ there is no way that you are stopping the Destiny that is Randy Orton. Next week AJ you feel the RKO and then hear the 1,2,3.

    “I am” hits as AJ Styles comes out to the top of the entrance ramp way with a microphone in his hand. He begins to talk as the fans chant AJ, AJ.

    AJ: Orton, I am the Phenomanal one and you cannot just overlook me. As far as next week, I have a little saying of my own. When I finish beating your ass, I’ll end it with the Styles Clash.

    Randy gets mad and starts to yell on the microphone.

    Randy: AJ, why don’t you bring your tail down here and whoop all of our asses.

    AJ Styles runs to the ringside area and grabs a steel chair and then gets up on the apron of the ring. Mark Briscoe comes charging at AJ and gets hit with the edge of the steel chair in the stomach. AJ quickly steps into the ring and turns his attention to Jay Briscoe. He hits him in the head with the chair. AJ momentarily forgets that there are two other men in the ring with him, but is quickly reminded when Randy grabs the chair from AJ and then spins him around into an RKO. AJ is motionless on the canvas as Orton eyes the steel chair that he dropped on the mat when he executed the RKO. Randy picks the steel chair upwards and brings it down on AJ’s knee. Styles withers around in pain while the Briscoe Brothers, who have made it back to their feet, grab AJ and set him up for another chair shot to the knee. As Randy lifts the chair up the Motor City Machine Guns run out, jump onto the apron and are able to steal the chair from Randy, who had the chair above his head near the ring ropes. Both of the Guns have steel chairs and Flair gets them out of the ring and The Horseman walk up the entranceway as the Guns try to help AJ up. AJ gets up but falls back to the ground, as he can’t put any weight on his knee. The Guns eventually help AJ up and to the back.

    We cut to the backstage to see Samoa Joe running around looking for something.

    Joe: Lethal, you better come out here boy.

    Joe tosses down some metal electrical boxes to the ground and then continues to walk down the hall looking for Lethal.

    Commercial Break

    Back from commercial and we see AJ Styles getting checked out by the doctor in the back. Alex Shelly and Chris Sabin are with AJ as Paul Heyman comes into the room. Paul walks over to AJ where Styles is writhing in pain as the doctor lightly touches AJ’s knee.

    Paul: Doc, what do you think is wrong with it?

    Doctor: I think it is probably broken. He needs to be taken to the hospital as soon as possible.

    AJ: No, I want the Horseman and I want them tonight. Paul, you have to let me fight them tonight.

    Paul: I can’t. You heard the doctor. Your knee is probably broken. There is no way that I can in my right mind let you fight.

    AJ is pleading with Heyman and the Guns are trying to get Heyman to make a match.

    Paul: Well, when am I ever in my right mind. Ok, tonight the Main Event will be AJ and the Guns versus The EWA Tag Team champions and Randy Orton in a six-man tag.

    AJ tries to get off the bed and he stands up with the support of the bed. AJ starts to walk over to him limping. Paul tries to stop him from walking by starting to walk over to him but AJ puts his hand out to stop him.

    AJ: No, I can walk to you. The Horseman are going down tonight.

    “La Vittoria e Mia” plays as the crowd boos for Santino Marella. Santino walks to the ring with his ring jacket on. He pulls Maria out from behind the entrance curtain as the fans pop for the lovely Maria. Santino acts like the cheers are for him and starts to smile comedically.

    “Break Down the Walls” plays as we see the countdown on the screen. The big pyro blast goes off and we see Jericho turned around with his arms outstretched. Jericho has a microphone in his hand as he turns around.


    Jericho: Welcome to EWA is Y2J. Sanbino Marelli, you Italian Jackass, tonight I beat the hell out of you.

    Santino goes over to Lillian Garcia and grabs a microphone.

    Santino: I told you, my name is Santino Marella..

    Jericho: Why don’t you just shut the hell up? Look, you little ass clown, I am about to come down to the ring and whip your ass from corner to corner, rope to rope, and then go on to Determination and win the EWA World champion because I am the Ayatolah of Rock and Rolla.

    Jericho rushes down to the ring and slides into the ring as the ref calls for the bell. Santino kicks Jericho in the head as Maria gets out of the ring and goes to the corner of Santino Marella. Jericho tries to get up but Santino continues to lay the boots to Jericho. Jericho gets kicked in the head three more time before he rolls out of the ring. Santino Marella goes to the outside and jumps from the apron to the floor. Jericho gets up and catches Marella in the gut with a hard right hand. Marella bends over and Jericho puts Santino’s head between his legs and picks him up for a power bomb. Jericho power bombs Marella with his back cracking onto the ring apron. Marella falls to the floor as Jericho poses to the crowd. Jericho turns around and picks Marella up and tosses him into the ring. Jericho goes for the pin and gets a two count. Jericho gets back up to his feet and then he picks Santino up. Jericho sends Santino into the ropes and nails him with a clothesline that knocks Santino to the canvas. Santino back up and Jericho lands another clothesline. Santino on the ground and Jericho stomps him in the head. Jericho picks Santino up and sends him to the turnbuckle. Jericho follows Santino into the ropes but Marella moves out of the way. Jericho hits the turnbuckle chest-first and Santino schoolboys him for a two count. Santino gets to his feet and complains to the referee about the count. Jericho takes this time to recover and get up. Jericho runs over to Santino and clubs him in the back. Santino falls to the mat and Jericho locks in a half Boston crab. Santino tries to reach for the ropes but he is just short. Jericho sinks in the hold as Marella is yelling in pain. Santino then puts in a last-ditch effort and makes it to the ropes. Jericho lets go of the hold at a count of four.

    Jericho lets Marella to his feet and then charges at him with a knee to the gut. Jericho sends Marella into the ropes. Y2J tries a clothesline but Marella ducks and bounces off the ropes. Both men go for a clothesline and they both connect. The ref checks both men and then starts his ten count. He gets to five before Chris or Santino begin to move. At 8 Jericho is on one knee and is fully up at a count of nine. Jericho goes over to Santino and bends over to pick him up. Santino grabs Jericho by the hair and gets him in an inside cradle for a two count. Santino is back up and he punches Jericho in the face with a right hand. Jericho retaliates with a right hand of his own. Santino grabs Jericho’s shoulder and Irish-Whips him into the ropes. Santino puts his head down early and Jericho stops and punts Santino’s head. Marella stands up and Jericho gets a double-leg takedown. He tries to lock in the Walls of Jericho but Marella counters and scurries out of the ring. Marella stands up outside as Jericho runs to the middle turnbuckle and catapults himself to the outside onto Santino Marella. The fans pop for the move that Chris just pulled off. Jericho gets up and rolls Santino into the ring. He pins him but gets a two count before Marella just gets his shoulder off the canvas. Jericho gets up and picks Marella up. Jericho goes for an Irish-Whip but Santino reverses it and sends Jericho into the corner. Santino follows up with a clothesline. Jericho falls to the mat and Santino goes for the pin but only gets a two count.

    Santino on the offensive and he picks up Jericho. Santino lands a low kick to Jericho and then a DDT. Marella with the pin attempt but only gets a two count. Santino picks Jericho up and plants him with a Power-slam. Marella to the top rope. Santino comes off the top with a Diving Headbutt but Jericho gets out of the way at the last moment. Santino hits hard and rolls over on his back in the middle of the ring. Jericho quickly gets to his feet and lands the Lionsault. Jericho gets to his feet, goes to Santino’s legs and puts him in the Walls of Jericho. Santino taps out after a small struggle and Chris Jericho is the winner of the match. Jericho celebrates as Maria comes into the ring to help Santino out of the ring.


    Winner at 12:30 – Chris Jericho

    Commercial Break

    Back from Commercial and Josh Mathews is in the back with a microphone. He is wearing a button-up shirt and a pair of blue jeans.

    Josh: My guest at this time, The Straight Edge Superstar, CM Punk.

    CM comes onto the screen in his wrestling gear.

    Josh: Now, CM you requested this time to talk to the fans of EWA. What do you have to say.

    CM: Josh, I just wanted to let these people know that CM Punk is here. I am no drugs, no alchohol, no addiction. Well, actually I do have an addiction and that addiction is to competition. Now this week I am not in a match. Do you know how that feels, Josh?

    Josh: No, I don’t know how that feels because I haven’t been in the ring in a real match before.

    Punk: Josh it is like cutting off an alcoholic, like putting a nicotine patch on a cigarette smoker. It doesn’t feel good. Josh, do you want to feel what it is like to be in competition?

    Josh: Why yes, I do. What do I have to do. Well, follow me and learn the straight-edge lifestyle. You have much to be taught young grasshopper.

    Both men laugh as they walk away. The camera shifts to a shot of Frankie Kazarian with an angry look on his face.

    The camera cuts to Samoa Joe yet again looking for Jay Lethal. Joe looks around a corner and sees a black back. He runs to the person and attacks him. Joe throws him into the wall and then nails him with a steel chair. As he picks the person up, he realizes that it is not Jay Lethal. Lethal is by the door and yells at Joe “See ya later” and then runs out the door and into a car as Joe runs after him but Lethal speeds away.

    The cameras cut to another part of the arena. This time it is Paul Heyman’s office. The Motor City Machine Guns are in the office and they are talking to Paul Heyman.

    Shelly: Look Paul, we were robbed last week for the tag belts. If it wasn’t for them damn Horseman, the Guns would be the tag team champions right now and not those sorry ass Briscoe Brothers.

    Sabin: You have to give us our rematch. It is only fair. The fans want to see it.

    A big pop from the crowd is heard as the fans voice their opinion.

    Paul: Ok, fine then. At Determination it will be The Motor City Machine Guns vs. The Briscoe Brothers for the EWA Tag Team Championships.

    Shelly: Thank you Paul, and don’t worry we are going give you one hell of a main event

    The Guns leave with satisfied looks on their faces.

    Commercial Break

    Back from Commercial and “Little Crazy” plays as the place boos for Sabu and a video package is played of Sabu’s actions at the end of the RVD/Kaz match last week.

    “One of a Kind” plays as the place goes absolutely nuts for Rob Van Dam. RVD comes out with a steel chair and then high-tails it to his ring as his pyro goes off as he is sliding into the ring.

    The bell rings and Sabu catches RVD with a kick to the back off the head. Sabu with another kick to the back of Rob’s head and then he lands a leg drop. Sabu grabs the steel chair from RVD and goes to the top rope. Sabu jumps off the top rope and places the steel chair under his legs and tries a leg drop onto RVD but Van Dam rolls out of the way at the last moment. Sabu takes the full-brunt of the chair onto his legs and his back compresses. Sabu is sitting down with his legs outstretched and RVD lands a quick spinning kick to Sabu knocking him to the ground. RVD goes over to Sabu and picks him up. RVD sends Sabu into the ropes and picks up the steel chair. As Sabu runs back to RVD, Rob throws the steel chair full-force at Sabu’s head and you can hear the sickening thud of steel meeting flesh but Sabu does not go down. RVD grabs the steel chair and throws it lightly at Sabu. Sabu catches it and then Rob jumps up in the air, spins around and lands a spinning heel kick onto the steel chair into Sabu’s face. Sabu falls down after this shot and RVD goes to pin him. Sabu kicks out at a count of two and Rob gets up. RVD picks Sabu up and whips him into the turnbuckle. Rob runs into Sabu and lands a monkey flip. RVD quickly goes over for the pin attempt but Sabu kicks out at a count of two. RVD back up and he slides outside and grabs a steel chair. RVD hops onto the apron and then he jumps onto the top turnbuckle. RVD is perched atop the turnbuckle waiting for Sabu to get to his feet. Sabu back up and RVD comes off the top rope with a VanDaminator. RVD with the cover but Sabu just sneaks his shoulder off of the canvas. RVD gets to his feet and kicks Sabu in the head. RVD poses to the crowd as Sabu starts to get to his feet. RVD turns around and has a meeting with a steel chair that Sabu threw full-force at him. RVD goes to the ground as Sabu goes over to the ropes. Sabu climbs out of the ring between the middle and top ropes and then jumps to the arena floor. Sabu looks under the ring and after a few moments finds what he is looking for, a table.

    Sabu slides the table from underneath the ring and then slides it into the ring. RVD is back up from the chair shot that he sustained earlier and kicks Sabu when he is sliding into the ring. Sabu tries to get to his feet but RVD uses his educated feet to keep Sabu on the ground. RVD lands a leg drop to the back of Sabu’s head that rattles him for a moment. RVD uses this time to set up the table that Sabu slide into the ring. RVD has the table set up in the corner but with enough room for an aerial move from the top rope. RVD grabs the steel chair and creams Sabu with it. RVD places Sabu on the table and then goes over to the turnbuckle. RVD leaps up and does the splits on the top turnbuckle and moonsaults over but Sabu rolls out of the way and RVD goes through the table. Sabu rolls over top of RVD and the referee gets in position but only gets a two count before Rob gets his shoulder off the mat. Sabu gets up and goes to grab the steel chair. He waits for RVD to get up as the ref tries to get what is left of the table out of the ring. The ref gets the table to the bottom rope just as RVD is getting up. Rob is fully to his feet and Sabu nails him with a chair shot that sends Rob to the ground. Sabu places the steel chair in the middle of the ring as RVD is near the ropes. Sabu bends down and points to the sky and then runs and jumps onto the steel chair. He jumps from the steel chair onto the top rope and then moonsaults onto RVD. Cover by Sabu but RVD gets his foot on the bottom rope. Sabu is pissed off and he goes to the outside. He looks under the ring and pulls out another table. Sabu, however, is not done as he gets another table. He slides both tables into the ring and then rolls into the ring himself. Sabu begins to set up one of the table and he successfully gets that table set up. Sabu then grabs the other table and tries to set that one up as well, but he goes to put this one on top of the other table. RVD is up and he clubs him in the back, thus stopping him from setting up the second table. RVD sends Sabu into the ropes and as Sabu comes off, RVD sets up for a back body drop and lands it, sending Sabu high into the air and then through the table that Sabu set up himself.

    RVD goes for a pin but only gets a two count. RVD is up and he picks Sabu up. RVD tosses him to the outside and grabs a steel chair. Sabu gets up using the steel guardrail. RVD rushes at Sabu to hit him with the steel chair but Sabu ducks out of the way and RVD nails the steel guardrail with the steel chair and the chair rebounds back at RVD and nails him in the face. Sabu gets up and rolls RVD into the ring. Sabu pins RVD but only gets a two count. Sabu grabs the steel chair that is in the ring and hits RVD with it. Sabu then sets up the table and puts RVD on it. Sabu grabs the chair and climbs the turnbuckle. Sabu comes off the top rope with an Atomic Arabian Face-buster but RVD moves out of the way and Sabu goes through the table. RVD gets up and leaps to the top rope. RVD with the Five-star frog-splash for the three count.


    Spoiler:

    Winner at 13:40 – Rob Van Dam


    Commercial Break

    Back from Commercial and we see Edge walking down a hallway. He has Lita on his side and they make a right turn. They walk down the hallway and then enter into a door. Edge walks inside and we see Mr. Kennedy.

    Edge: Well, if it is Mr. Kennedy.

    Kennedy: That is Mrrrrrr. Kennnnnnnnedddddy…Kennnnnnnedddddy to you.

    Edge: Look Kennedy, I came in here for one reason and one reason only. Next week we are both in qualifying matches for that damn Hell in a Cell match at Determination. I know that you can beat that rainbow-haired freak, Jeff Hardy and I can whoop that Mexican jumping bean, Rey Mysterio, but just to make sure how about you scratch my back and I’ll scratch your back.

    Kennedy: How about Lita scratches this itch on my di…

    Edge: Hold up man, Lita is all mine. But for real man, next week we make sure that we get into that Cell match.

    Kennedy: Sure but when we enter the Cell, it’s every man for himself.

    Edge: Sure is.

    Edge leaves with Lita as Kennedy checks Lita out and we go to a promotional video hyping Determination.

    “I am” hits as the place goes absolutely bananas for AJ Styles. AJ comes to the ring and he is limping to sell his knee injury from earlier in the show. AJ tries to get to the ring and play to the crowd but his knee won’t allow him to. AJ eventually gets to the ring and rolls into the ring.

    “1967” plays as the crowd is still going crazy for the newly christened Murder City Machine Guns. The Guns come to the ring and then they get on the middle turnbuckle and point to the right palm with their left pointer finger.

    The Horseman’s music hits and the Four Horseman come out to a lot of boos. Randy Orton and The Briscoe Brothers with Ric Flair make their way to the ring. Orton and The Briscoe’s get in the ring and hold up the four fingers as Ric Flair stands on the outside.

    The match begins with Randy Orton and Alex Shelly. They circle around each other and then lock up in the middle of the ring. Orton tries to get the advantage with his strength and he succeeds by whipping Shelly into the ropes. Alex comes off and Orton catches him with a clothesline. Alex gets back up and Orton catches a right hand. Alex gets rocked and Orton hits him with another right hand. Alex blocks a right hand and nails a right hand of his own. Alex grabs Orton by the shoulder and Irish-Whips him into the ropes. Orton comes off and Alex tries a clothesline but Orton ducks and bounces off the other set of ropes. Alex catches him with a spinning heel kick and Orton goes down to the mat. Shelly runs off the ropes and lands a quick leg drop to Orton’s head/neck area. Shelly gets up and tags in Sabin. Sabin comes in and picks Orton up. He sends him into the turnbuckle and then follows him in with a clothesline. Orton’s feet fly into the air and then his feet get back on the canvas. Sabin rushes in looking for another clothesline but Orton moves out of the way and then jumps to his corner and tags in Mark Briscoe. Mark comes into the match and picks up Sabin. Mark lands a quick DDT and then floats over and goes for the pin attempt. Sabin kicks out at a count of two and Mark gets up. He bends over to pick up Chris but Sabin gets him in an inside cradle. Mark kicks out at two and then backs into his corner. Jay tags in as Sabin is telling him to bring it on.

    Jay gets into the ring and runs at Sabin looking for a clothesline but Sabin moves out of the way and Jay’s momentum sends him into the turnbuckle. Jay grabs hold of the turnbuckle and stops the impact of the blow. Sabin runs at Jay and jumps on his shoulder. Sabin then tries to roll Jay into a victory roll but he is to close to the turnbuckle so he compensates by bouncing himself of the top turn ropes but Jay plants him with a face plant. Jay turns Sabin over and covers him but Alex breaks up the count at two. The ref gets Alex out of the ring as Mark comes into the ring for a double team. The Briscoe Brothers land a double suplex and then Mark slips out of the ring. Jay lands a quick leg drop and then pins Sabin as the ref slides into position and gets the two count before Sabin sneaks his shoulder off the mat. Sabin tries to get to his corner to tag in a partner but Jay pulls his ankle to the corner of the Horseman. Jay picks Sabin up and twists his arm and then tags in Randy Orton. Orton comes in and takes Sabin’s wrist from Jay as Jay gets out of the ring. Orton yanks on Sabin’s wrist and he falls to the mat face-first. Orton picks up Sabin and throws him into the corner. He lays the boots to Sabin and tags in Mark. Mark gets in and gets on the middle rope as Sabin is still up against the turnbuckle. Mark jumps into the air and Hurricanrannas Sabin but Chris flies all the way across the ring to his corner. Alex reaches down and tags himself into the match.

    Shelly gets into the match and punches Mark down to the ground. Jay comes in but Shelly lands a spinning heel kick to him. Orton rushes into the ring looking for a clothesline but Shelly ducks. Shelly lands a jumping heel kick to Orton and then he plays to the crowd as the Horseman are all on the ground. Orton rolls out of the ring as well as Mark. It is just Alex and Jay in the ring. Alex picks Jay up and tries to hit him with a neck breaker. He pins Jay but Briscoe kicks out of it at two. Shelly gets up and Jay gets up. Both men on their feet and they lock up in the middle of the ring. Shelly gets a hammerlock and then Jay reverses it into a hammerlock. Shelly jumps into the air and then comes down and sends Jay into the corner. Shelly back up and he charges at Jay but Jay moves out of the way and eats the steel post. Jay with a schoolboy but Shelly kicks out at two. Jay gets the tag into Randy Orton but Shelly leaps and accidently tags in AJ Styles. Shelly leaps up and tries to stop him from getting into the ring but AJ gets him out of the way. AJ charges at Randy and lands a clothesline. AJ then lands another clothesline and then a hard right hand to Orton. Orton blocks a right hand and then kicks AJ’s hurt knee out from under him. AJ goes down in a heap and Orton goes to pin him but Shelly interferes at the count of two count. This brings both of the Briscoe Brothers into the ring as Sabin comes in. Sabin and Mark Briscoe brawl with each other with hard right hands. Sabin clotheslines Mark over the top rope and then he planchas over the top rope onto Mark. At the same time Shelly and Jay are battling and Shelly knocks Jay over the top rope. Shelly planchas over the top rope onto Jay at the same time as Sabin. In the middle of the ring, AJ is trying to get to his feet but Orton is all the way up. Randy is stalking AJ and then he attempts an RKO but AJ throws him off of himself. Randy bounces off the ropes and comes back with a clothesline that AJ ducks. AJ hit’s the Pele and Randy goes down to the canvas. AJ with the pin attempt but Randy kicks out at two. On the outside Ric grabs a steel chair. AJ gets up and bounces off the ropes but Ric sticks the steel chair in between the bottom and middle rope and hits AJ in the knee with the steel chair. AJ starts to fall to the mat as Randy hit’s the RKO for the three count as the Guns are still brawling with the Briscoes. The Briscoes hit the Guns with a steel chair and then roll into the ring to celebrate with Orton and Ric Flair to end the show.


    Spoiler:

    Winner at 20:05 – The Horseman


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    Re: EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    Thoughts on recent show for you mate as promised.

    First off give your show a heading. Got no idea where the show is, what time of year etc
    Also a suggestion to maybe start each show with a recap of previous events. Helps new readers understand what went on last time out rather than trying to catch up during the show.

    Now to the actual show. First off I'm really looking forward to the Six Man Hell In A Cell. Takes me back to the Armageddon one of the Attitude Era, although I doubt you can top the star power of that one haha

    I'm a big fan of Jay Lethal. He's probably the one guy I've never put in my own work who I really like. A feud with Samoa Joe could be terrific and really put over both men.
    Good little promo from the Horsemen, who I'm liking so far. And they sent AJ Styles a message tonight. I expect the knee injury to Styles to help Orton reach the Hell In A Cell match, and if that happens it easily sets up Orton/Styles down the line for the title. Great booking.

    Also maybe put a horizontal line break in between segments. Helps break up when one segment finishes and one begins.

    I don't want to be too crticial but maybe if there is a match headline it like this

    Chris Jericho vs Santino Marella - Hell In A Cell Qualifier

    It really helps us understand what's happening. Minor tweaks make something look a lot more authentic. The content is fine though.

    Literally laughed out loud at CM Punk recruiting Josh Matthews.

    Some very impressive wins for Jericho and RVD by the way. Are they now in the Hell In A Cell match as it wasn't clear. I'm assuming they are along with the three qualifiers next week.

    I love that every one wants a piece of Lita haha. Not too sure that Edge and Kennedy's plan will go down how they want it to.

    Good main event and I think it was key to establish the Horsemen as dominant after their revival last week. Orton gets the better of Styles and I'm looking forward to what happens next week between the two in their qualifying match. I can't look past Orton winning but it will be interesting to see what you got coming up next!!!

    Good stuff. Keep it up my man!!

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    Thanks for all the feedback guys...i will def work on making it alot better in the upcoming shows to make it more enjoyable...thanks for all the reviews

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    Extreme Wrestling Alliance Episode 4

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    Styles: Welcome to another episode of Extreme Wrestling Alliance.

    Taz: Tonight we have the last three qualifying matches for the Hell in a Cell match at Determination for the EWA World Heavyweight Championship.

    Styles: I am just wondering about AJ Styles. Is his knee well enough for him to compete tonight?

    Taz: Knowing AJ Styles he will compete with everything he has got tonight.

    The running horses are heard as the fans give their usual mixed reaction for the Horseman.

    Styles: It looks like we begin tonight’s show with the Four Horseman.

    Randy Orton, Ric Flair and the tag team champions The Briscoe Brothers make their way to the ring. However, they have an unknown person with them. The Briscoe Brothers are dragging him to the ring. As they get closer to the ring it is revealed that the unknown person is Sonjay Dutt.

    Styles: What are the Horseman doing with Sonjay Dutt.

    Taz: I don’t know but this is fixing to get interested.

    Randy and the rest of the Horseman make their way into the ring. The Briscoe Brothers are still holding onto Sonjay Dutt and they force him into the ring. Randy gets the microphone from Lillian Garcia and then begins to speak.

    Orton: AJ Styles, I applaud you.

    Orton puts the microphone between his elbow and his side and then begins to clap.

    Orton: AJ it is a miracle that you are even able to walk and if you can make it to our match tonight then I will sure as hell be impressed.

    Flair goes over to Orton and Randy hands him the microphone.

    Flair: Woooooo. You see, AJ. Tonight the Horseman show you exactly what it is going to be like when we take your knee and break that son of a bitch. Wooooooo. AJ, this is for you.

    Right when Ric Flair says his last words Mark and Jay kick Sonjay’s knee out from underneath of Dutt. Flair grabs Dutt’s knee and picks it up and slams it into the canvas. Flair does it one more time as Randy Orton slides to the outside of the ring. Orton grabs a steel chair and tosses it inside of the ring over the top rope to Jay Briscoe. Jay takes the steel chair and points it downwards and then slams it into the knee of Sonjay. Jay tosses the chair to Mark and Mark does the same thing. Sonjay is yelling and screaming as Mark tosses the chair to Orton. Orton takes the chair and points it downward and then slams it into Sonjay’s knee. Flair then tells them to back off. Ric grabs Dutt’s leg and then locks in the figure four leg-lock. Dutt is screaming in pain and tapping like a madman. Flair keeps the hold in for a few minutes and then gets out of the hold. The Horseman stand up and raise each other hand’s in the air while holding up the Horseman sign.

    Commercial Break

    Back from commercial and we get a “what happened during commercial break” replay and we see the referees helping Sonjay Dutt to the back as the fans chant “Sonjay, Sonjay” as Dutt gets help to the back.

    Backstage we see Samoa Joe walking in the back. He makes a right and then a left and then walks into an unmarked door. Joe then walks across the room to a desk and Paul Heyman turns around revealing that it is Paul’s office that Joe is in.

    Joe: Paul, this is bullshit. I want Lethal and I want him now.

    Joe slams his hands on the table and many of the items shake.

    Paul: I want you to have Lethal but he has been booked in a match tonight.

    Joe: I don’t give a damn. I want Lethal tonight in the middle of the ring.

    Paul: Well I can’t do that for you but I can do this.

    Paul walks around the desk and then stands face to face with Samoa Joe.

    Paul: At EWA’s first Pay Per View it will be Samoa Joe vs. Jay Lethal.

    Joe and Paul shake hands and then Joe starts to leave. As he gets to the door he turns around.

    Joe: Paul, you best of believe at Determination, Joe is going to kill someone.

    The fans give an enormous pop as Joe walks out of the door and the camera zooms in on Paul’s face that has a huge grin on it.

    “Cool” hits as the place gives a mixed reaction for Carlito Caribbean Cool. Carlito makes his way through the entrance way and he has his vintage apple with him. He tosses it into the air and then walks confidently to the ring. Carlito slides into the ring and then takes off his apple chain and puts it on the turnbuckle.

    Lillian: The first contest of the evening is a tag team encounter scheduled for one fall. Introducing first from the Caribbean, Carlito Carrrrrrrribean Cool.

    “S.O.S.” plays as the place goes wild for the Jamaican superstar. Kofi runs through the entrance way and then plays to the crowd a little bit. Kofi runs to the ring and slides into it.

    Lillian: And his partner, from Jamaica, Kofi Kingston.

    “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Me Now” hits as the place boos for Shelton Benjamin. Benjamin comes out and stands on the top of the entrance way as his pyro goes off. Benjamin runs down to the ring and goes to slide in but stops to wait for his partner.

    Lillian: And their opponents. Introducing first from Orangeburg, South Carolina, The Gold-Standard, Shelton Benjamin.

    Jay Lethal’s music hits as the place boos and then start chanting for Samoa Joe. Lethal plays up the Joe chants. He puts his hands over his ears to block the chant. Lethal makes his way to the ring and he talks to Benjamin on the outside.

    Lillian: And his partner from Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jay Lethal.

    Match 1- Carlito/Kofi Kingston vs. Shelton Benjamin/Jay Lethal​

    The match begins with Benjamin and Lethal on the outside. Kofi bounces off the opposite set of ropes and then leaps over the near side ropes and lands on top of Benjamin and Lethal. Kofi gets up and grabs Benjamin up and tosses him into the ring. Kofi slides into the ring after Benjamin and stands up. Kofi goes over to Shelton and guides him to his feet. Kofi locks Shelton’s head into a face-lock and plants him with a DDT. Kofi flips Shelton over and pins him but only gets a two count. Kofi rolls over towards Carlito and tags him into the match. Carlito hurries into the match to grab Benjamin’s leg before he can tag in his partner, Jay Lethal. Carlito pulls Benjamin back to his corner of the ring and then picks him up. Carlito lands a hard left hand and then another. Carlito goes for another left but Benjamin blocks it and lands a right hand. Benjamin with another right hand. As Benjamin goes for yet another right hand but Carlito blocks it and lands a knife-edge chop. The crowd Woooos and Carlito hits another knife-edge knocking the sweat off of Benjamin’s chest. Carlito lands a hard left handed punch and then sets Benjamin up on the top turnbuckle. Carlito climbs to the middle turnbuckle and hooks Benjamin up for a superplex. Carlito hooks Benjamin and comes off the top with the superplex. Carlito lands hard but Shelton lands harder. After a few moments Carlito gets his arm over top of Benjamin’s chest and the referee gets in position for the three count. Shelton kicks out at two and Carlito cannot believe it. Carlito gets to his feet quickly and picks up Benjamin. Carlito sends Benjamin into the ropes and catches him with a perfectly timed dropkick. Carlito with the pin attempt but Benjamin just gets his shoulder up. Benjamin is physically drained and is desperately trying to make it to his partner, Jay Lethal. Carlito picks Benjamin up and hooks him in a front chancery. Carlito picks Benjamin up into the air looking for a suplex but Shelton slips out of the back. Carlito turns around and Benjamin tries a kick to the gut of Carlito but The Cool One catches Benjamin’s foot. Carlito twirls Shelton around but Benjamin catches Carlito with a heel kick to the head thus landing his patented Dragon’s Whip kick. Benjamin uses this time to try to make it to his corner and he is successful. He makes it to his corner and tags in Jay Lethal.

    Lethal comes into the ring as Carlito makes it back to his feet. Lethal lands a hard right hand that knocks Carlito to the ground. Carlito pops right back up and gets sent right back down to the ground with a clothesline. Lethal goes for the pin but Carlito kicks out at a count of two. Both men get to their feet and tie-up in the middle of the ring. Carlito sends Lethal into the ropes and tries a clothesline when Jay comes back off the ropes but Lethal ducks. Lethal bounces off the other set of ropes and lands a high cross body onto Carlito. Carlito lands on his back but the momentum carries over and Carlito lands on top of Lethal. The referee goes down for the pin and gets a two count. Carlito gets up and goes over and tags in Kofi Kingston to a huge pop from the crowd. Kofi comes in the ring and Jay Lethal is back to his feet. Kofi charges at Lethal but Lethal drops down on all four and Kofi hops over him. Lethal pops up and then leap frogs Kofi as he comes back to Lethal. Kingston comes off the far set of ropes and Lethal lands a back elbow to the head of Kofi. Kingston falls to the mat as Lethal goes over to Kofi. Jay guides Kofi to his feet and then lands a European uppercut followed by another European uppercut. The last uppercut sends Kofi to the ground and then Lethal goes for a pin. Kofi gets his shoulder up at the last second saving the match for his team. Lethal gets back to his feet and picks up Kofi by his hair. He sends Kofi into the ropes and then hip locks him over. Lethal cartwheels and then lands a dropkick to a now sitting up Kofi Kingston. Lethal goes for the pin but Carlito makes the safe at the last minute. This brings Shelton Benjamin into the match to take care of Carlito. Carlito lands a couple of left hand shots and Benjamin answers back with some right hand shots of his own. Kofi is up and Lethal and him are trading left and right hands. Carlito dazes Benjamin with a uppercut and then Carlito gets near the ropes and springboards off the middle rope and then nails Benjamin with a cross body. Carlito tries to get the cover but the ref taps him on the shoulder telling him that he is not the legal participant. Carlito gets up and picks up Benjamin and tosses him to the outside through the middle rope. The referee is trying to get Carlito and Benjamin to go back to their corner as Carlito has gone to the outside and is attacking Benjamin. Carlito Irish Whips Shelton into the steel guardrail. The referee now goes to the outside as he is really trying to get the men to go back to their corner. Jay Lethal and Kofi Kingston are in the ring and Lethal has the advantage. Lethal has Kofi in position for the Lethal Combination as the crowd is cheering but they are not cheering for Lethal. Samoa Joe has shown up with a steel chair. He comes into the ring and blasts Lethal in the back with the steel chair. Lethal doesn’t go down but turns around as Joe nails him with the steel chair square in the head. The bell rings as the referee see Joe hitting Lethal with the steel chair. Joe nails Lethal one more time as Kofi rolls out of the ring. Joe stands over top of Lethal and then throws the chair on top of a lifeless Jay Lethal. Samoa Joe gets out of the ring and walks backwards up the ramp way yelling at Lethal that he is going to kill him at Determination. All of a sudden Joe falls face-first and the camera men hurry to get to Joe and one of the camera catches a man with a hooded vest on with a lead pipe in his hand running to the back as we head to commercial.


    Spoiler:

    Winner – Jay Lethal and Shelton Benjamin by DQ


    Commercial Break

    Back from commercial and we are in the locker room of CM Punk. Punk is in his wrestling gear with a CM Punk t-shirt on. He is sitting in a chair as Kaz walks into the locker room.

    Kaz: Punk, what the hell was that last week. You were supposed to introduce me as your new tag team partner, but what do you do?

    Punk stands up with an angry look on his face.

    Kaz: You go on and on about your straight edge lifestyle and then you walk away with that little punk Josh Mathews.

    Punk: Kaz, what I have been trying to tell you all week long. I left with Josh because he is going to become a wrestler and I am training him now. He is converting to the straight edge lifestyle. His only addiction as well as mine is competition. Now about our tag team it looks like you just announced to everyone that we are a team. So just let it go.

    Kaz: Ok man, but I really don’t like that Mathews kid. Are you sure he is really going to be a wrestler. I mean he is just an announcer.

    Punk: Look, don’t worry about that. Me and Ace are training him in Chicago. He will be perfectly fine.

    Kaz: Ok man, I trust you.

    Kaz and Punk shake hands and then Kaz leaves as CM Punk sits back down into his chair.

    “I’m Comin” plays throughout the arena as the place begins to boo for MVP. MVP comes out through the entrance way and stands at the top of the ramp way. He slaps his hands on the ramp and then comes up in the Ballin’ taunt as his pyro goes off behind him. MVP, wearing a khaki colored suit and his MVP chain, walks confidently down to the ring, which has the VIP Lounge set set-up inside of it. MVP goes through the bouncer and gets into the ring. Montel grabs a microphone out of the inside of his jacket and then begins to speak.

    Montel: Welcome everyone to the VIP lounge. And as the name suggests this lounge is only for Very Important People but seeing as I am the only one up to that caliber because I am simply half-man half-amazing, I was told that I have to have a guest. So I am sitting in the back watching the show last week and I see that there are some qualifying matches for a Hell in a Cell match at Determination for the EWA Heavyweight Championship. I am sitting in the back and I realized something. The highest paid superstar ever is not even in the damn qualifying matches. Now I have a problem with that.

    MVP takes his jacket off and then begins to speak on the microphone once more.

    MVP: You see tonight I show the world why I should be in the Main Event of Determination. Tonight my guest is the three men that won their qualifying matches last week. First out is the bleach-blonde punk Chris Jericho.

    “Break the Walls Down” plays as the place goes crazy for Chris Jericho. Jericho is standing with his back turned to the crowd with his arms outstretched and he has a microphone in his hands. Jericho turns around after his pyro goes off and Jericho begins to speak.

    Jericho: Welcome to EWA is Y2J. Look at this ass clown in the middle of the ring bitching and moaning about not even getting a qualifying match for the Hell in a Cell match. Listen junior, if you were in any one of our leagues than maybe just maybe would you of been in the qualifying matches.

    MVP rushes over to the ropes and then he begins to talk on the stick.

    MVP: Who are you calling Junior. I am MVP, the highest paid superstar in the history of professional wrestling. I am half-man half-amazing and you are questioning what league I am in.

    Jericho: Do you ever just shut the hell up. I mean damn man, it’s the same thing over and over again. Half-man half-amazing. Well I think you are half-man half-monkey shit.

    MVP gets pissed and almost rushes out of the ring.

    Jericho: I dare you to come and fight me. I guarantee that you will never evvvveeeeeeeer be the same agaian.

    MVP rushes out of the ring and up the entranceway. Jericho meets him in the middle of the entranceway with a right hand. Jericho lands a hard right hand that knocks Montel to the ramp. Jericho kicks MVP and then locks in the Walls of Jericho. A couple of referees make their way to the ramp way but Jericho won’t let go. A bunch of road agents come to the ring as the referees and the agents get Jericho off of MVP. Jericho backs off yelling that he is “going to get you, you little bitch.”

    Joey: Looks like the VIP Lounge ended prematurely

    Taz: It sure did Joey

    Commercial Break

    “Booyaka 619” hits as the place goes wild for Rey Mysterio. Mysterio hops out of the entrance ramp after a blast of pyro. Mysterio points upwards at the crowd. He runs down to the ring and slides into the ring. Mysterio plays to the crowd.

    Lillian: The following is a Qualifying match for the Hell in a Cell EWA World Heavyweight Championship at Determination. Introducing first, from San Diego, California, Rey Mysterrrrrrrrrio Jr.

    “Metaliguis” hits as Edge comes out to a chorus of boos. Edge comes out in his full-length leather jacket and walks to the top of the entranceway. Edge puts his arms up in the air as his pyro goes off. Edge continues to walk to the ring as the crowd boos for him.

    Lillian: And his opponent, from Toronto, Canada, The Rated-R Superstar, Edge.


    Match 2- Edge vs. Rey Mysterio
    Qualifier for the HIAC match
    The referee asks for the bell to be rung and the match starts with Rey and Edge circling each other looking for an opening. They eventually tie up in the middle of the ring and Edge has the upper hand and lands a knee to the gut of Mysterio. Edge hits another knee to the gut of Mysterio and then sends him into the ropes. Mysterio comes off the ropes and Edge nails him with another clothesline. Mysterio falls to the mat and Edge quickly goes to pin him. Mysterio gets his shoulder of off the canvas at a count of two. Edge back to his feet and he guides Mysterio to his feet. Edge sends Mysterio into the ropes yet again and goes for a clothesline one more time but Mysterio ducks and bounces off of the other set of ropes and lands a low dropkick to the knee of Edge that sends Edge down to the mat. Rey quickly runs to the ropes and springs to the top. Mysterio waits for Edge to get up and then he comes off the rope with a Hurricanranna onto Edge. Rey jumps on top of Edge and gets a two count before Edge kicks out. Mysterio is back to his feet and Edge slowly gets up. Rey nails a hard right hand and then bounces off the ropes. Rey gets Edge into a wheelbarrow and then bounces up of the canvas and then lands a bulldog onto Edge. Rey flips over Edge and puts his arm on top of Edge. Edge kicks out at a count of two. Mysterio rolls to the apron and then stands up on it. Edge gets to his feet as Rey springboards off the top rope looking for a cross body but Edge ducks out of the way at the last possible moment. Both men are down but Edge makes it to his feet first. Edge gets in position for the spear as Rey slowly makes it to his feet near the turnbuckle. Edge charges at Mysterio looking for a spear but Rey moves out of the way and sends Edge into the turn post shoulder first. Rey school-boys Edge and gets a two count

    Rey gets back to his feet as Edge slowly gets to his but with his back turned to Rey Mysterio lands a dropkick to the back of Edge that sends Edge straddling the middle rope with his neck. Mysterio calls for the 619 and he bounces off of the ropes and looks for the 619 but Edge gets off of the ropes. Mysterio twirls around the middle rope and lands in the ring. Edge catches Rey with a clothesline as he stands up in the ring. Edge picks Mysterio up and lands an impact DDT. Edge flips Mysterio over and covers him. Mysterio just sneaks his shoulder up at a count of two. Edge gets up and lays the boots to Mysterio. Edge then climbs to the top rope and stays perched on top waiting for Mysterio to get to his feet. Mysterio gets to his feet as Edge comes off the top rope with a missile dropkick. Edge goes for the pin attempt but Mysterio gets his shoulder up at a count of two. Edge is frustrated and he guides Mysterio to his feet. Edge sets Mysterio up and lands a Russian legsweep. Edge puts his arm over top of Rey but Mysterio kicks out at a count of two. Edge is really getting pissed as he once again picks up Mysterio. Edge puts Mysterio onto his shoulders and then falls back, landing the electric chair drop. Edge goes for another pin but Mysterio kicks out yet again. Edge is really pissed now and picks Mysterio up and kicks him in the gut. Edge hooks Mysterio’s head and calls for the Edgecution but Rey elbows Edge in the ribs. Rey lands another elbow to the ribs of Edge and Edge releases the hold. Rey runs off of the ropes and lands a tilt-a-whirl head scissors takedown. Mysterio hops on top of Edge and pins him. Edge kicks out at a count of two. Mysterio gets back to his feet and bounces off the ropes. Rey hops onto Edge’s shoulders and then he flips around and lands a hurricanranna into a pin. Edge kicks out at a count of two. Mysterio gets to his feet and tries to catch his breath.

    Edge gets to his feet as Rey Mysterio charges at Edge and leaps into the air. He lands a cross-body onto Edge but the momentum of the move sends Rey over and Edge lands on top of Rey in a pinning position. Rey kicks out at a count of two. Edge and Rey get to their feet and tie-up in the middle of the ring. Edge locks in a hammerlock. Edge locks in the hammerlock and then sends Rey into the turnbuckle. Edge sets up for the spear as Rey rebounds out of the corner. Edge charges in but Rey lands a drop toe hold that puts Edge into position for the 619. Rey bounces off the opposite set of ropes and then lands the 619. Edge flops back into the ring as Rey stands up on the apron. Rey jumps on the top rope looking for the West Coast Pop but he gets thrown to the ringside by Mr. Kennedy as Edge distracts the ref. Kennedy picks Rey up and lands the Mic Check and then tosses him back into the ring. Edge rushes over to Mysterio and covers him for the three count and the win.


    Spoiler:

    Winner – Edge – Qualifies for the Hell in a Cell match



    Commercial Break

    Back from commercial, Paul Heyman is standing in his office on the phone. Heyman hangs the phone up as LAX walks into the office.

    Homicide: Look Heyman, we want a shot at the EWA tag team champions. We were robbed in the eight-man tag match two weeks ago.

    Hernandez: That match was bullshit an you know it.

    Paul: What are you talking about. You lost the match and you lost your shot at the EWA tag team championships.

    LAX gets pissed off and start stomping around mad. Homicide then goes over to Heyman’s desk and grabs an item that you can tell is close to Heyman’s heart. Homicide picks it up and tosses it to Hernandez. Hernandez plays like he is going to drop it and then tosses it back to Homicide. Cryme Tyme walks into Heyman’s office and Homicide tosses the item to JTG.

    Heyman: Fuck that, ok look at Determination it will Tag Team Turmoil invitational for the number one contendership for the EWA Tag Team championship. Now put that back and leave.

    JTG goes over to Heyman’s desk and puts something down. LAX and Cryme Tyme then leave as Heyman walks over to his desk. He bends over and sees that the item is not there. In its place is a note. Heyman picks up the note and begins to read it.

    Heyman: We owe you one, your neighborhood partners, Cryme Tyme. P.S. Money Money Yea Yea.

    The crowd starts a Money, Money, Yea, Yea, chant as we head to the doctors office.

    In the doctor’s office we see AJ Styles with the doctor. The Doc is testing AJ’s knee and AJ is in extreme pain.

    Doctor: AJ, there is no way that you can compete tonight. If you land on your knee wrong you could break it or tear some ligaments. This is one of the worst sprains I have ever seen in my career.

    Styles: Doc, there is no way that I am not going to compete tonight. My whole life I wanted to be the World champion. Tonight is my chance to get that chance. There is nothing that is going to stop me from going on to Determination and win the Hell in a Cell match.

    All of a sudden Randy Orton and The Briscoe Brothers attack AJ from behind. They have a steel chair and attack AJ in the knee. Orton turns the steel chair downwards and drives it into AJ’s knee. Ric Flair comes into the picture and then locks in the figure-four as Orton yells at Styles.

    Orton: Looks like we just stopped you.

    Commercial Break

    Back from commercial and we have a two-shot of Taz and Joey Styles.

    Styles: What a horrible attack on AJ Styles by the Four Horseman.

    Taz: It sure was Joey. You remember what happened earlier with Sonjay Dutt.

    Joey: I sure do. Word from the hospital that Dutt was taken to is that Dutt’s knee is broken.

    Taz: And by the looks of it, AJ might be on the way to the hospital.

    The running horses hit as the Four Horseman come to the ring with more boos than cheers than usual. Flair leads the Horseman to the ring as Orton is behind him and The Briscoe Brothers are in the background. Orton confidently makes his way to the ring as Mark and Jay put up the Horseman sign with their EWA Tag Team belts around their waist.

    Lillian: The Following is a qualifying match for the EWA World Heavyweight Championship Hell in a Cell match at Determination this Sunday. Introducing first, representing the Four Horseman, Randy Orton.

    “I am” hits as the place goes nuts for AJ Styles. AJ limps out to the ring to a huge pop. His knee is wrapped in an Ace bandage as he tries to play to the ground but his knee prohibits him from doing so. AJ eventually gets to the ring and then rolls in.

    Lillian: And his opponent in this qualifying match, The Phenomenal One, AJ Styles.


    Match 3- Randy Orton vs. AJ Styles
    Qualifying match for the HIAC

    The referee rings the bell as Orton charges at AJ and lands a clothesline that knocks AJ to the canvas. AJ slowly gets up as he cannot put hardly any weight on his knee. Orton stalks Styles and then kicks the back of AJ’s hurt knee. AJ falls back on the canvas as Orton goes for a pin attempt but AJ kicks out at two. Orton guides AJ to his feet and then tries to Irish Whip him into the ropes but AJ falls down halfway to the ropes. Orton goes over and picks AJ up and tries the RKO but AJ pushes him off. Orton comes off the ropes and AJ hits the Pele. Orton falls to the mat as AJ hops onto Orton and gets a two count. AJ slowly gets to his feet but Orton gets to his feet before AJ. AJ stands fully up and then his knee goes out on him. AJ falls to the mat as Orton picks AJ up, lands the RKO and then pins AJ.

    Spoiler:

    Winner - Randy Orton - Qualifies for the Hell in a Cell


    After the match the Horseman jump into the ring and attack AJ. They grab the steel chair and try to do the same thing that they did in the Doctor’s office but The Murder City Machine Guns rush out with a steel chair and they clear the ring. The Guns bang the steel chairs against the canvas and then check on AJ as we head to commercial.

    Commercial Break

    We come back to the show and we are in the locker room with Edge and Mr. Kennedy.

    Kennedy: Ok, Edge remember I scratched your back and now it’s your turn to return the favor.

    Edge: No problem Kennedy. Lita and I have a plan for Jeff Hardy. It might just make his brother a little jealous if you know what I mean.

    Kennedy: I know exactly what you mean.

    “Loaded” hits as the place goes absolutely crazy for the rainbow-haired warrior. Jeff makes his way to the ring and he does his girations on the top of the entranceway. His pyro goes off and then Jeff sprints to the ring.

    Lillian: The following is the final qualifying match for the Hell in a Cell match at Determination for the EWA World Heavyweight Championship. Introducing first, from Cameron, North Carolina, Jeff Hardy.

    “Kennedy” hits as Mr. Kennedy comes through the entranceway to a good amount of heat. Kennedy quickly gets to the ring and then pushes Lillian Garcia out of the way. He raises his hand to the air as his microphone comes down from the ceiling.

    Kennedy: And his opponent, from the great state of Wisconsin weighing in at 243 lbs. and standing 6 foot 2 inches tall. He is Mrrrrrr. Kennnnnneddddy.

    Kennedy goes to the middle rope and stands up on the middle rope.

    Kennedy: Kennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnedddddddddddddddddddddyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy


    Match 4- Mr. Kennedy vs. Jeff Hardy
    Qualifying match for the HIAC
    Kennedy throws his microphone in the air as the ref calls for the bell and Jeff Hardy dropkicks Kennedy off of the middle rope and over the top rope. Kennedy gets to his feet as Hardy planchas over the top rope and onto Kennedy. Hardy gets to his feet and the guides Kennedy to his feet. Hardy tosses Kennedy into the ring and then stands up on the ring apron. Kennedy is laying on his back as Hardy slingshots over the top rope and tries a leg drop but Kennedy moves and Jeff jars his back on his canvas. Kennedy gets to his feet as Hardy slowly gets back up. Mr. Kennedy lands a devastating clothesline on Jeff Hardy. Kennedy tries a pin attempt but Hardy kicks out at two. Kennedy back to his feet and he picks Hardy up. Kennedy whips Hardy into the rope and then Kennedy tosses Hardy into the air but Hardy comes back down and catches Kennedy with a Hurricanranna. Hardy hops on top of Kennedy and gets a two count. Hardy back to his feet as Kennedy gets to his. Kennedy comes at Hardy but Hardy catches him with a sit-out jawbreaker. Hardy gets on his feet and then lands a leg drop to the mid-section of Mr. Kennedy. Hardy then pins Kennedy but only gets a two count. Hardy back to his feet and he climbs to the top rope. Hardy stays perched and waits for Kennedy to get to his feet. Hardy comes off the top rope with a missile dropkick that knocks Kennedy to the canvas. Hardy jumps on top of Kennedy but Kennedy kicks out. Kennedy tries to get to his feet but Hardy kicks him in the head and then in the shoulder. Hardy guides Kennedy to his feet and then goes for a kick to the mid-section but Kennedy catches Jeff’s leg. Jeff flips around and lands a mule kick to the gut of Kennedy. Hardy hurries to the top rope and comes off with a move that he has not done since the late nineties. Hardy comes off with a 450 splash that misses as Kennedy just moves out of the way.

    Kennedy gets back to his feet, as Jeff is hurting on the canvas. Kennedy guides Hardy to his feet and then he lands a snap DDT. Kennedy flips Hardy over and pins him but only gets a two count. Kennedy picks Hardy up and sends him into the turnbuckle. Kennedy lands a face wash and then steps back and bounces off the opposite ropes. Kennedy charges at Hardy and lands a big boot. Kennedy is not done with Hardy as he picks him up and lands a Green Bay Meatpacker and pins Hardy. Jeff kicks out at two and Kennedy is getting frustrated. Kennedy gets back to his feet and then picks Hardy up. Kennedy tries a clothesline but Hardy ducks and then lands a double-legged dropkick. Kennedy falls through the middle ropes as Jeff gets an adrenaline rush. Hardy bounces off the opposite set of ropes and then flies toward Kennedy on the outside. Hardy flies over the top rope but Kennedy has a chair that he must of grabbed from under the ring and he cracks Jeff in the head with the chair as he flies through the middle rope in a suicide dive attempt. The fans chant Holy Shit as Kennedy tosses Hardy’s limp body into the ring. Kennedy goes for the pin and gets a two count before Hardy gets his foot on the bottom rope. Kennedy gets frustrated and then goes outside and gets the steel chair. Kennedy plays to the fans and pretends like he is going to smack one of them in his classic taunt. Kennedy rolls into the ring with the steel chair and measures Hardy. Hardy gets up using the ropes and Kennedy gets ready to clobber Jeff. Jeff is fully up and Kennedy goes for the knockout chair shot but Hardy falls down and Kennedy bounces off the steel chair off of the top rope and it bounces back in the face of Mr. Kennedy. Hardy school boys Kennedy and gets a two count. Kennedy gets to his feet as Hardy now has the steel chair. He takes it and nails it against the head of Mr. Kennedy. Hardy leaps on top of Kennedy and gets a two count before Kennedy somehow kicks out of the steel chair shot.

    Hardy gets to his feet and grabs the steel chair and tells Kennedy to get to his ass up. Hardy swings wildly and misses as Kennedy gets Hardy in position for the Mic Check. Hardy battles his way out of it as Lita makes her way to the ring. Lita gets on the apron and calls for Jeff Hardy. Lita taunts taking off her shirt as Hardy gets distracted. Jeff goes over to Lita as she is unbuttoning her shirt. Edge sneaks into the ring just as Lita is about to take off her shirt. She takes the shirt off to reveal her bra as Kennedy pulls Hardy and Edge is set up for the spear. Hardy turns around and Edge charges in for the spear. Kennedy is behind Hardy and Hardy moves out of the way as Edge spears Kennedy. The ref does not see this as Lita distracts him with her bra. Jeff hops to the top rope and lands a Swanton Bomb as Matt Hardy rushes to the ring to take care of Edge. Hardy pins Kennedy for the three count.


    Spoiler:

    Winner - Jeff Hardy - Qualifies for the Hell in a Cell match


    Taz: Well we have our six men for the Hell in a Cell main event at Determination.

    Joey: The Hardy Boys, Chris Jericho, Randy Orton, Rob Van Dam, and Edge.

    Taz: I can’t wait for this Sunday.



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    Re: EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    Before I begin to comment on this new show of yours, I just wanted to compliment you on the new layout at the top of the show and taking Sykotic’s comments on board. It’s the willingness to learn and get better which will make your BTB keep improving.

    The Horseman opening the show after last week is completely fine. They are clearly the biggest thing happening in here right now. Dragging Sonjay Dutt with them was very interesting and not something I expected to see. Comparing this to AJ Styles’ knee injury and sending a message was okay. I just thought everything happened to quickly, and maybe the guys could have had a bit more time on the microphone. I do appreciate the message being sent though, this is typical, heel sadistic bullshit, love it. Only thing needed at some stage is a explanation on why somebody like AJ or MCMG didn’t try and help Dutt. Still, a fun enough start to the show.

    Intense Joe ordering and getting a match with Lethal is fantastic. These two could really steal the show. An angry Samoa Joe is the best Samoa Joe, the only explanation that is really needed at some stage is why Lethal attacked Joe. Once that is out in the open, I’d say this feud is destined for success.

    I think the one thing you still need to get a bit better at in terms of format is little breaks in-between your segments. For example, from the end of Joe/Heyman segment to the intro’s for next match, there is no break. It’s impossible to differentiate between the two which is a littl3e frustrating at times. I personally even just to four spaces instead of two between lines and place a “…” in the second space to break up my segments. Simple yet effective or at least nobody has told me if it isn’t.

    Tag match has four good competitors in it but was booked well because this was all about Joe getting his hands on Lethal. Very fun stuff, Joe is at his best when booked as an angry, intense monster so glad you’re following that route. I’d still like to hear from Lethal as to why he started this. Only other thing I’m curious about because you’re not using dates, when is the PPV?

    Kaz being annoyed at not being announced as a team with Punk because of the Matthews thing is just weird. Punk taking Matthews under his wing could lead to all kinds of good though. This could turn into a really good angle but Kaz’s annoyance just felt really awkward here. It feels like he doesn’t really have a reason to be mad, and if because the team announcement didn’t happen is it, that’s a lame excuse anyway.

    The VIP segment was okay but again came across a little strange to me. Why did it need to feature all three men who had won their qualifying matches and be cut short? If this was just Jericho, it would have been perfectly fine but that just seemed a bit off. Still, Porter even having arrogance in his intro was nice, as was Jericho owning MVP with his mic stuff. The brawl was a nice touch and this was quite a good segment between MVP and Jericho.

    Edge is arguably a bigger name than Mysterio and was probably always going to get the win here. After their alliance started last week, it makes sense that Kennedy helped here. I’m expecting a Kennedy/Mysterio feud when Rey costs Kennedy his qualifying match later on. This was another well booked match and Edge is definitely a noteworthy name in the PPV main event, especially with his history with Orton.

    LAX/Cryme Tyme segment felt weird as there wasn’t really any heat between the teams. Heyman doesn’t have the personality to just bow down either, expected a more fiery response than just announcing a tag invitational. This segment didn’t feel very natural and felt forced.

    I’ll cover this all in the one go… Orton and The Horseman attacking AJ again so it can allow Randy to get the cheap win is awesome. Brilliant stuff, this Orton/AJ feud is being built tremendously well so whenever AJ returns from injury, there is a money feud here. Very good stuff mate.

    Well, the interference was foiled for Kennedy as Matt Hardy made the save. I got my Mysterio prediction wrong but obviously this makes a lot of sense. A good win for Jeff and we have an awesome line up for the HIAC match. I’m just going to assume Kennedy/Mysterio or Kennedy/Matt Hardy will kick off soon.

    Some good signs here. Still some stuff to work on with a couple of odd segments and some small things, but definitely beginning to find a trend of stuff being booked pretty well. I look forward to you continuing to grow and get better. Keep up the solid effort.









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    Re: EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    Whilst the format makes this easier to read, the font chosen is hard on my eyes, although that could just be me.

    The beat down on Dutt is awesome and shows the Horsemen mean business

    Angry Joe is best Joe and actually can’t wait for the match at the PPV now

    Tag Match follows and as I expected, Joe attacked Lethal, although the masked man stuff is intriguing.

    Kaz being annoyed at Punk over Matthews is odd but I trust you’ve a got plan for it. Hopefully said plan involves lots of pain for Matthews

    (Matthews is the one thing I cannot stand about current Impact)

    You got Jericho perfect (for me atleast) and I also love Jericho running down anybody.

    Kennedy screwing over Mysterio is not going to end well for him but nice to see Edge qualify

    I was more intrigued by what the item they that were chucking about was (Was it his brick of a phone from WCW??) than the announcement of Tag Team Turmoil but that should be good as well

    Of Course Styles loses easily after the pre-match attack but part of me was hoping for a Super Styles shock win. MCMG make the save following the match and that continues a possible MCMG/Briscoes feud

    I was expecting Mysterio to get even and did not see the win for Hardy coming from botched interference from Edge. Good win for Hardy and looking forward to your next show

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    Before I begin to comment on this new show of yours, I just wanted to compliment you on the new layout at the top of the show and taking Sykotic’s comments on board. It’s the willingness to learn and get better which will make your BTB keep improving.
    Thank you…I really am going to be trying to learn and get better. You guys have been awesome with the feedback.

    The Horseman opening the show after last week is completely fine. They are clearly the biggest thing happening in here right now. Dragging Sonjay Dutt with them was very interesting and not something I expected to see. Comparing this to AJ Styles’ knee injury and sending a message was okay. I just thought everything happened to quickly, and maybe the guys could have had a bit more time on the microphone. I do appreciate the message being sent though, this is typical, heel sadistic bullshit, love it. Only thing needed at some stage is a explanation on why somebody like AJ or MCMG didn’t try and help Dutt. Still, a fun enough start to the show.
    That is actually a great question and something I didn’t think of when I was writing the show…I will def try to think more of moving parts esp b/c I plan on using factions and those moving parts will have to be taken account of when doing that booking.

    Intense Joe ordering and getting a match with Lethal is fantastic. These two could really steal the show. An angry Samoa Joe is the best Samoa Joe, the only explanation that is really needed at some stage is why Lethal attacked Joe. Once that is out in the open, I’d say this feud is destined for success.
    Honestly, I didn’t remember what the reasoning behind this feud was when I went back to re-read before deciding to post this old BTB…I have a plan figured out now that will be explained in due time.

    I think the one thing you still need to get a bit better at in terms of format is little breaks in-between your segments. For example, from the end of Joe/Heyman segment to the intro’s for next match, there is no break. It’s impossible to differentiate between the two which is a littl3e frustrating at times. I personally even just to four spaces instead of two between lines and place a “…” in the second space to break up my segments. Simple yet effective or at least nobody has told me if it isn’t.
    Formatting will defiantly be improved next show, which is the PPV.

    Tag match has four good competitors in it but was booked well because this was all about Joe getting his hands on Lethal. Very fun stuff, Joe is at his best when booked as an angry, intense monster so glad you’re following that route. I’d still like to hear from Lethal as to why he started this. Only other thing I’m curious about because you’re not using dates, when is the PPV?
    The PPV is next show…I’m going just go with the standard 4 weeks of shows and then a PPV..but when I start writing new shows…ill try to make it more obvious…

    Kaz being annoyed at not being announced as a team with Punk because of the Matthews thing is just weird. Punk taking Matthews under his wing could lead to all kinds of good though. This could turn into a really good angle but Kaz’s annoyance just felt really awkward here. It feels like he doesn’t really have a reason to be mad, and if because the team announcement didn’t happen is it, that’s a lame excuse anyway.
    So, one of my biggest guilty pleasures is I absolutely was a huge fan of Josh Mathews on Tough Enough…I was able to relate to him so much on the show and had a plan for him for this back in 2008…now that its ten years later and the plan has shifted a lot…I still think its going be very fun and I plan on moving on quickly from the awkwardness in this story.

    The VIP segment was okay but again came across a little strange to me. Why did it need to feature all three men who had won their qualifying matches and be cut short? If this was just Jericho, it would have been perfectly fine but that just seemed a bit off. Still, Porter even having arrogance in his intro was nice, as was Jericho owning MVP with his mic stuff. The brawl was a nice touch and this was quite a good segment between MVP and Jericho.
    The idea was that the Lounge got ruined before MVP was able to introduce all 3 men. I could have had commentary make that more evident.

    LAX/Cryme Tyme segment felt weird as there wasn’t really any heat between the teams. Heyman doesn’t have the personality to just bow down either, expected a more fiery response than just announcing a tag invitational. This segment didn’t feel very natural and felt forced.
    This was my attempt at humor on the show…I admit it was a miss…I def need to improve on my comedy or just eliminate it all together…but I don’t wanna do that b/c I feel its needed a little on the show.

    I’ll cover this all in the one go… Orton and The Horseman attacking AJ again so it can allow Randy to get the cheap win is awesome. Brilliant stuff, this Orton/AJ feud is being built tremendously well so whenever AJ returns from injury, there is a money feud here. Very good stuff mate.
    You have actually changed some of my booking…in a good way though…I wanna stay on track with some of the feuds that I have for long term…but you guys are helping me to put some stuff on the back burner to simmer.


    Whilst the format makes this easier to read, the font chosen is hard on my eyes, although that could just be me.
    Yea…the font changed on me when I went to post it from Word and IDK why

    Angry Joe is best Joe and actually can’t wait for the match at the PPV. The Tag Match follows and as I expected, Joe attacked Lethal, although the masked man stuff is intriguing.
    This is actually one of the most liked feud on the other board I posted on as well.

    You got Jericho perfect (for me atleast) and I also love Jericho running down anybody.
    Atleast some comedy worked..haha

    I was more intrigued by what the item they that were chucking about was (Was it his brick of a phone from WCW??) than the announcement of Tag Team Turmoil but that should be good as well
    I was actually thinking of making it his old cell phone but I didn’t know if people would get it

    Of Course Styles loses easily after the pre-match attack but part of me was hoping for a Super Styles shock win. MCMG make the save following the match and that continues a possible MCMG/Briscoes feud.
    It was actually more of a squash at first but I switched it up some when I reposted.

    I was expecting Mysterio to get even and did not see the win for Hardy coming from botched interference from Edge. Good win for Hardy and looking forward to your next show.

    The next show is the PPV…the Pick ems will be up soon.

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    Elimination match for #1 Contenders for Tag Team Title
    Cryme Tyme vs. LAX vs. Kaz/Punk vs. Kofi/Carlito

    Showcase match
    Mr. Kennedy vs. Rey Mysterio

    Single Match
    Jay Lethal vs. Samoa Joe

    EWA Tag Team Championship
    Murder City Machine Guns vs. The Briscoe Brothers

    6-man Hell in a Cell Match for the EWA World Heavyweight Championship
    Randy Orton vs. Edge vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Matt Hardy vs. Chris Jericho vs. Rob Van Dam

    What will be the shortest match?
    What will be the longest match?
    Who will take the fall in the HIAC match?

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    Re: EWA: Extreme Wrestling Alliance

    Elimination match for #1 Contenders for Tag Team Title
    Cryme Tyme vs. LAX vs. Kaz/Punk vs. Kofi/Carlito
    Let the established team have first crack. Kaz/Punk has potential but they need time to mesh.

    Showcase match
    Mr. Kennedy vs. Rey Mysterio
    Rey can lose a million times and still be credible.

    Single Match
    Jay Lethal vs. Samoa Joe
    DQ win or something. This needs to continue

    EWA Tag Team Championship
    Murder City Machine Guns vs. The Briscoe Brothers

    6-man Hell in a Cell Match for the EWA World Heavyweight Championship
    Randy Orton vs. Edge vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Matt Hardy vs. Chris Jericho vs. Rob Van Dam

    What will be the shortest match? Lethal/Joe
    What will be the longest match? HIAC
    Who will take the fall in the HIAC match? Matt Hardy









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