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    FWA Desert Storm 2019 RESULTS





    Pyrotechnics go off throughout the arena as the crowd explodes with cheers. Rod Sterling's voice welcomes us to Desert Storm, live from Atlanta, Georgia. We see some fans wearing Atlanta United jerseys, others wearing Trae Young jerseys for the Atlanta Hawks, and a few scarce sad bois wearing Atlanta Falcons apparel.

    Then we get to the wrestling signage and shirts. One person holds up a sign that reads, "TRIPLE CHAMP! IT'S TIME!" Another one says, "The King Stay The King." Then there's a sign for Krash and one for Devin Golden. A final sign says, "Michael Garcia Should Be in the Hall of Fame For His Announcing Skills".



    Rod Sterling: Welcome to the show, folks! We have a good one! And guess what? I'm not alone anymore!

    Christian Quinn: What's up, all?! I'm back and I'm joined by Daniella Kennedy, the most beautiful and smartest commentary announcer in wrestling.

    Daniella Kennedy: You're just trying to get laid. Well ... it's working. So keep trying.

    Rod Sterling: Calm down, y'all. I don't want to have another split up and be left alone trying to announce by myself. We have a triple threat match for the FWA World Championship. Will Dave Sullivan win every single singles title in the FWA? Will Gabrielle finally get back to the top? Will Cyrus Truth fend off competitors and challengers AGAIN?!

    Christian Quinn: Then we have the fallout from Fight Night. Krash and Devin Golden, one on one, after Golden was pinned and cost Quinn the spot in the World title match. How much animosity will there be?

    Daniella Kennedy: Don't forget the tag team championships match, the conclusion of a tournament that started with five six teams! We're down to the last two!



    XYZ is already out at the ring when the feed returns to look at the ring. "Defying Gravity" by The Veer Union hits and the crowd immediately turns to deliver a stark negative reaction. Kayden Knox comes out with his flat-top hair style and full-grown facial hair. His eyes look soulless as he leaves no expression on his face.


    Christian Quinn: Ever since ... we got to meet Kayden Knox ... ever since he changed who he was from his former ego ... he has been absolutely rolling through people.

    Daniella Kennedy: XYZ has been the opposite, so this is two trains going in opposite directions.


    Kayden Knox reaches the ropes, pulls himself up to the apron and then steps into the ring.



    Kayden Knox vs XYZ


    Both men are in their respective corners as the bell rings. Before XYZ can even square up, he's squashed by a huge Kayden Knox clothesline. XYZ withers in pain on the ground as Knox flexes over him.

    He grabs XYZ by the hair, and tosses him like an exercise ball into the turnbuckle.

    Knox lines up into the opposite turnbuckle, and lines up his shot...and then proceeds to run full speed at XYZ.

    Knox throws his entire body weight into XYZ as he runs from one corner to the other. XYZ falls to the ground.

    Knox stomps around the ring like a beast as the crowd doesn't know how to react. He begins to motion with his hand for XYZ to stand up. XYZ, groggily, gets on his hands and knees, before being kicked backed down with a boot to the skull from Knox. Knox chuckle, as he yells at XYZ to get up.

    XYZ again tries to get to his feet. From his knees, he jumps up and takes a swing at Kayden Knox. But Knox steps backwards and dodges the punch, before punching XYZ in the face.

    Knox then picks up XYZ, and slams him with a blacklist DDT!

    XYZ falls limp to the ground, likely concussed. Knox could pin him here, but he chooses not to. Instead, he picks him XYZ...and he hits a DOA! DEAD ON ARRIVAL!

    But Knox is still not done!

    He locks in the standing dragon sleeper!

    XYZ barely has the energy to escape! He waves his arms around, but he can't get out. His eyes look like they're about to roll behind to the back of his head as Knox mercilessly tightens the hold. Finally, XYZ taps his ankle off the ground repeatedly to signal to the ref he's tapping out. To the mercy of XYZ, the match is finally over.


    Winner: Kayden Knox

    Knox relentlessly keeps the ankle lock applied despite the match finishing. XYZ is in extreme pain but Knox doesn't care a bit. After an extra 10 seconds, he finally twists the foot and releases it. XYZ holds his ankle in severe pain and Knox gets up with the same soulless look in his eyes.

    That view is the last we see of him before the feed switches.



    [A video promo appears highlighting the next Fight Night episode, which will feature CARNAL CONTENDERSHIP. The video touts 15+ participants "vying for a chance to main event Back in Business" in an over-the-top battle royal. Video highlights from the last few years appear.]



    "Where's My Wonderland" begins playing as the lights in the arena go completely dark. Cell phones illuminate the setting and offer the only help for seeing the trio of figures emerging on the stage. Alice, Nova, and Hannibal Crowe come to the ring with their on-character slow walk, almost in a menacing fashion.

    The Cheshire Cat Clan heads to the ring with many fans watching in awe.



    Christian Quinn: The FWA has always been a place for the oddities, hasn't it?

    Daniella Kennedy: Get this, though! The Cheshire Clan BEAT the tag team champions!

    Rod Sterling: They are FAR from pushovers.


    The theme music for James "Eyesnsane" Hughes hits once the Clan reaches the ring. But it isn't Hughes that comes out. Alana Allure, Killemall, and TED are the trio representing Over the Edge in this six-man, multi-gender matchup.

    The trio sprints to the ring as it's tornado tag-style rules, and the Cheshire Cat Clan is ready to meet them head on. But once Over the Edge slides under the ropes, they put up their fists and halt. So does the Clan, with all six standing about 5 feet apart and prepared to brawl.





    Six-Person Tornado Tag Team Match
    Cheshire Cat Clan vs. Over the Edge (Alana, Killemall, and Ted)


    Things are more crowded than we're used to right now as six fighters are in the ring. We have the Chesire Cat Clan on one side featuring Alice, Nova, and Crowe. Then on the other side is the veteran Over The Edge crew featuring Alana, Killemall, and Ted.

    The bell rings and the action starts. Alice goes straight at Alana. Alana begins to pull Alice's hair, as the two end up fighting all the way to the outside of the ring. Meanwhile Killemall focuses in on Nova, as Crowe and Ted start exchanging fists.

    On the outside, Alice and Alana grapple to try and get the upper hand over one another. Alana gets the upper hand first, as she takes Alice and throws her into the outside barricade.

    Meanwhile Crowe has subdued Ted with a few hooks to the head, and Ted is now on the ground. Killemall had the upper hand on Nova, but Crowe joins in to help Nova. Now Nova and Crowe are teaming up against Killemall.

    Alana gets a few big kicks in on Alice, but leaves her on the ground to rush in the ring and get Killemall some relief. Alana starts attacking Nova, which allows Killemall to gain some ground and get control of Crowe. Killemall throw's Crowe in one corner, meanwhile Nova is taking down Alana.

    On the outside, Ted gets to his feet...but he's clotheslined by Alice! Alice and Ted both lay on the ground on the outside now, as the action continues inside the ring with the other four. Crowe gets a couple punches back in at Killemall, while Nova continues to pick apart at Alana. Killemall manages to gain control of Crowe. He hits Crowe with a roundhouse kick, and takes him down inside the ring. Crowe, now stunned, rolls to the outside of the ring. Killemall then rushes over to the opposite side of the inside ring, and hits Nova with a spinning heel kick! Nova rolls to the outside as well and lays on the floor, as Alana gets back to her feet. Meanwhile, Ted and Alice are still fighting to the outside. Ted gets control of Alice, and smacks her face off the ring post. Ted tosses Alice into the ring to feed Killemall and Alana. Ted joins the rest of his team as the three sharks begin to circle Alice who's now on the ground.

    Alana kicks Alice in the chest. Killemall pulls Alice up by her hair...and tosses her at Ted. Ted hits Alice with a HUGE TED'S DRIVER. Over The Edge is hyped up in the ring now, as Ted goes to cover Alice. But out of nowhere, Crowe comes back into the ring.

    The referee begins to count...

    ...1!

    Crowe elbows Alana in the face!

    ...2!

    Crowe clotheslines Killemall.

    And just as the ref is about to hit his hand for three...

    Nova breaks up the pin!

    Ted is fired up now. He goes right after Crowe, as Nova helps Alice to her feet.

    Ted and Crowe tumble to the outside. Meanwhile, Killemall is back up and fighting with Nova.

    Alice meanwhile has Alana by her hair, and drags her around the ring and to the corner. Alice gives Alana some strong kicks to the head and chest in the corner. Meanwhile, Killemall is getting the upper hand on Nova. Killemall hits a couple right hooks at Nova, but Nova hits back. Out of nowhere, Nova hits the spinning future shock DDT...OFF WITH YOUR HEAD! Killemall rolls to the outside.

    Meanwhile, outside of the ring, Ted is getting an advantage over Crowe. Ted throws Crowe right into the ring steps. It looks like Ted is going to take Crowe out for good, but Nova comes out of nowhere and strikes Ted in the back. But Ted seems unphased! Ted turns around, and throws a heavy right hook at Nova! But Nova ducks, which sends Ted tumbling over to the ground. Nova then hits Ted with a roundhouse kick to the head.

    Inside the ring, Alice and Alana are tumbling around. Alice gets a ground and pound in on Alana. Alice stands up, and stands right over Alana who is now groggy on the ground. She picks up Alana, and she hits BLACK MASS! Alana looks out, as Alice goes for the cober.

    1!

    2!

    But Killemall out of nowhere comes in to break up the pin!

    Killemall is going at Alice now, until Crowe rushes in to help out. But Nova kicks Crowe in the gut, and sends him to the ground with a right hook!Meanwhile Nova is giving Ted some kicks in the ribs. Killemall picks up Alice, and tosses her outside of the ring right onto Nova!

    Nova, Alice, and Ted are all on the ground now on that side of the ring. On the opposite side of the outside ring area, Alana stills lays cold from that Black Mass hit by Alice earlier. Inside the ring is just Killemall and Crowe.

    Killemall picks up Crowe, and hits the KamiKaze Driver! Crowe looks done!

    Killemall rolls him over for the cover! Nova jumps up to try and break up the pin!

    1!

    Nova slides into the ring! But right before he can break up the pin, Ted grabs him by the foot and drags him back to the outside!

    2!

    It looks like Over The Edge has it won!

    ...but Crowe kicks out on his own!

    Killemall looks shocked and disgusted, thinking he had the win there. He picks up Crowe by his hair, and throws him into the corner. He continues to attack Crowe, with even more aggression in his punches than before.

    Meanwhile Ted has control of Nova, throwing him around the outside of the ring.

    Alice makes it to her feet. She has to decided whether to help Nova against Ted, or Crowe against Killemall. She decides to help Crowe, and slides into the ring. She punches Killemall from behind, and then tosses him into the other turnbuckle corner. Crowe falls to his knees to catch his breath, as Alice continues to throw some kicks at Killemall.

    Meanwhile on the outside, Ted has completely picked Nova apart. Tossing him at turnbuckle posts and barricades all with a smile on his face.

    Crowe has now joined Alice in the action, beating up Killemall. Crowe picks up Killemall, and hits LAST PAGE! Killemall goes limp, as Crowe and Alice look even more determined in the ring.

    Crowe puts his open hand out and waves it towards Crowe, as if he's signaling to Alice to this one's all hers. Crowe then goes to the outside, and begins to go after Ted who is still tormenting Nova. Crowe attacks Ted from behind and takes him to the ground.

    Alice smirks as she goes to pin the limp Killemall, but decides to go the extra mile. She picks up Killemall, to set him up for another another BLACK MASS...but right before Alice hits it, Alana comes out of nowhere and and kicks Alice in the face. Alice drops Killemall after the strike, and Killemall rolls to the outside looking dead.

    Alana hits some fast kicks at Alice, but Alice ducks out of the way.

    On the outside, Ted is now overcome by Nova and Crowe who are both holding Ted down. They look like too hospital orderly's trying to hold down an irate patient. Their hold on Ted nearly coming loose.

    Alana hits some hooks on Alice, looking as if she's going to take control...

    When out of nowhere, Shining Wizard from Alice! She strikes Alana right in the head. Alana falls to the ground, as Alice goes for the cover.

    1!

    Killemall isn't moving an inch on the outside mat.

    2!

    Ted is desperately trying to break loose from Nova and Crowe, but he just can't get free!

    ....3!

    And that's the pin! Alice did it! She pinned Alana!


    Winners: The Cheshire Cat Clan

    The Cheshire Cat Clan celebrates as Alice sort of hovers atop an unconscious Alana Allure. The other two members of the Clan stand by her before TED and Killemall run them off from the ring. The Cheshire Cat Clan stands outside the ring with Alice at the center.

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    Daniella Kennedy: Right now we’re going to go backstage where Katie Lynn Goldsmith is standing by


    Cut backstage to Katie Lynn Goldsmith standing by, all smiles as she stands in front of a backdrop with the logo for Desert Storm plastered on it.


    Katie Lynn Goldsmith: Thank you Daniella, joining me at this time is the team that will be challenging The New Breed for the FWA Tag Team Championships, Jackson Fenix and Nate Savage...The Undisputed Alliance!


    The camera pans out to reveal Fenix and Savage in their ring gear ready for their match later on. Savage wears the same stoic expression he always does while Fenix has his signature smirk showing while Britney Adams stands at his side.


    Katie Lynn Goldsmith: This the first time you two will be on PPV for the FWA, how are you feeling going into tonight with such a big match on the horizon?

    Jackson Fenix: How are we feeling? I think we’re feeling pretty good, right Nate?


    Fenix looks over at Savage, who just simply nods.


    Jackson Fenix: Why shouldn’t we be feeling pretty good? I mean, look at the opportunity that has been presented to us tonight in our PPV debut for the FWA. Tonight we challenge The New Breed for the FWA Tag Team Championships, it doesn’t get any bigger than that Katie…

    Katie Lynn Goldsmith: That’s right, any last minute words for your opponents tonight?


    Fenix turns to the camera and begins to get serious.


    Jackson Fenix: The time for talking is over New Breed because tonight we will do what we have set out to do since we stepped foot in this company. Tonight we will walk into that match empty handed, but when it’s all said and done we walk out with gold in our hands and you’ll be walking out empty handed. We prove each and every one of our doubters wrong, back in the CWA we were told that weren’t good enough to be the tag team champions, that we weren’t Elite enough…


    The crowd reacts to that with “ohhhh” as Fenix smirks.


    Jackson Fenix: Tonight we prove that we are better than the best, we’re better than Elite, we’re just that damn good. We will remain undefeated and we will be your new tag team champions…

    Nate Savage: I couldn’t have said it any better myself my friend…

    Jackson Fenix: That’s not just a fact...that’s undisputed!


    They walk off leaving Katie all alone.


    Katie Lynn Goldsmith: There you have it, back to you guys at ringside...

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    “Get Me” hits as James “Eyesnsane” Hughes walks out to a positive reception from the sold out Atlanta crowd. He walks down to the ring and slaps hands with a few fans on the way to the ring, and after getting in the ring he gets on a turnbuckle and throws his arms up to hype up the crowd some more.


    Kurt Harrington: Making his way to the ring from Chicago, IL and weighing in at 230lbs, James “Eyesnsane” Hughes!

    Rod Sterling: James Hughes took offense to when Michael Garcia name dropped him after going on that tirade several weeks ago, and Hughes called out Garcia on it and this match was made official

    Daniella Kennedy: These two go way back too, having been in the group known as The Blackhearts so they know each other well.


    “Judas” now hits and the crowd erupts into a frenzy of booing and jeers for Michael Garcia, who struts out on stage and soaks in all of the hate he’s receiving. He walks down to the and acts like he’s going to slap hands with a fan, but then pulls his hand away and laughs at the fan. He takes a fan’s sign that says “Michael Garcia sucks!” and rips it in half and tosses it aside.


    Kurt Harrington: and his opponent from Pittsburgh, PA, and weighing in at 375lbs, he is “The Carnegie Carnivore” Michael Garcia!

    Rod Sterling: Michael Garcia just may be the most hated man in the FWA.

    Daniella Kennedy: Well, besides Dave Sullivan.

    Christian Quinn: You say hated, I say they’re just honest and tell it like it is and most people don’t like to hear it like that but that’s just me.



    "The Carnegie Carnivore" Michael Garcia vs. James "Eyesnsane" Hughes


    DING! DING! DING!

    The bell sounds and Garcia poses and plays up to the crowd some more, eliciting more boos from the fans. Garcia laughs it off and turns to face Hughes, who looks more than ready for a fight, and Mike mocks Hughes and isn’t really taking him seriously at first. They finally lock up with a collar and elbow tie up, and Hughes right away begins to shove Mike to a corner and is forced to back away while Mike trash talks him and laughs at him. Mike then cheap shots Hughes with a slap to the face and laughs at him, but all this does is fire him up and he goes to town on Mike with a flurry forearms that rock Mike in the corner while the crowd eats it up and then Hughes hits a running corner clothesline that brings Mike out of the corner, and leaning on the rope which allows James to take him over and send him toppling to the outside from another clothesline!

    Mike tries to leave and James chases after him, and then grabs him from behind but Mike tricks him and catches him with a sharp back elbow! James stumbles back while the referee has begun his count, and Mike drives a forearm to James’ jaw, and then goes to irish whip him back towards the ring but James counters and sends Mike with an irish whip colliding spine first into the side of the ring! The referee’s count has reached five when Hughes tosses Mike back in the ring and James slides back in, and in this time Mike has recovered and goes for a short arm clothesline but James ducks underneath it, and as Mike spins around he’s leveled with a roundhouse kick from Hughes!


    Rod Sterling: Hughes taking it to Garcia right now!

    Daniella Kennedy: Judging by Mike’s actions before the match really started, I don’t think he was expecting this from Hughes

    Christian Quinn: All Mike was trying to do was to get inside James Hughes’ head, simple as that

    Daniella Kennedy: That doesn’t seem to be working out so well for him right now though


    Garcia manages to pop back up only to be stunned with another forearm, this time to the jaw, and then Hughes connects with a dragon suplex! He runs the ropes once more and drops the Flashing Elbow to Garcia and makes a cover!

    One...NO!

    Garcia with a shoulder up and rolls away to a nearby rope; using the bottom rope as leverage to bring himself back up. Hughes comes in at Garcia but Mike was ready, and drives an elbow to the gut of Hughes. James is bent over allowing Mike to deliver several clubbing blows to the back before taking him by the head and nearly decapitates James with a strong arm lariat! Mike looks down at James and laughs at him, then begs him to get up and once up before he can react James is leveled with a running big boot from Mike! Mike plays up to the crowd some more, holding out his arms as if to soak in all of the hate he’s getting at that moment.


    Daniella Kennedy: He certainly relishes the fact that nobody likes him


    He has Hughes up and begins to slap him around before throttling him by the throat and is about lift him up for a chokeslam, but Hughes jumps out of it and behind Mike in time and hits a low angle dropkick to the back of Mike’s knees that stuns the big man and brings him down to one knee, but James takes him up and drops him with a cobra clutch suplex! Mike is up on his feet though, but still stunned and James runs at him but Mike catches him by the throat and this time connects with a ring rattling chokeslam and Mike drops down on top of James for the cover…

    One...TW-NO! James with a shoulder up!

    Mike brings James up and irish whips him to the corner, and James bounces out of it and into another big boot from Mike! Mike isn’t through yet though as he hoists James up and has him up high with a military press before transitioning into a running powerslam! He makes another pin…

    One...TW-NO! Another kick-out from James!

    Mike begins to run his mouth and talks trash to James, telling him to just give it up already. He runs the ropes and comes back off with a leg drop, but James rolls out of the way in time! Mike hits nothing but canvas and grimaces in pain while James gathers his bearings and finds a second wind and pops up and strikes with a jumping knee to the face! Mike falls back and James falls on top of him for the cover…

    One...TW-NO!

    Kick-out from Mike this time! Hughes doesn’t waste any time and applies the Eye Got U submission on Mike and Mike is struggling to break free while Hughes cranks back on his leg and the crowd is going wild, begging for Mike to quit!


    Rod Sterling: Can James Hughes do it? Can he submit Michael Garcia?

    Daniella Kennedy: These fans certainly hope so!

    Christian Quinn: I wouldn’t count on it.


    Hughes’ grip is beginning to slip and Mike is beginning to inch his way towards the bottom rope, and eventually he manages to break the hold much to the dismay of the fans. Mike clutches his leg while Hughes is distraught about having to break up the hold. Mike is up on his feet but barely and turns around in time for Hughes to connect with a frankensteiner out of nowhere! The fans go crazy and James makes the cover…

    One...two...THR-NO!

    Mike with a shoulder up and the fans can’t believe it! James brings up Mike now and is looking to end it with Eye Win but he can’t hoist up Mike, and Mike uses this advantage and counters with a suplex! James pops back up though and runs at Mike, who ducks underneath and after the rebound from the opposite end Mike catches him...THE SIXTH RING! Mike makes the cover…

    One...two...THR-NO!

    Mike is growing beyond frustrated at this point and is looking to end it now, signalling for The Pittsburgh Pendulum and as he goes for it, James fights out of it and tries for the Eye Win again but this time Mike counters with a small package roll-up!

    One...two...THR-NO!

    James kicks out and pops back and attempts a roundhouse kick, but Mike dodges it and stuns James with a forearm shot and then follows up...PITTSBURGH PENDULUM! He makes the cover…

    One...two...THREE!


    Kurt Harrington: The winner of the match, Michael Garcia!

    Michael Garcia celebrates as he receives a mixed reaction from the crowd. Christian Quinn notes that Garcia has never been cheered this much in his FWA career. He shouts, "CARNAL CONTENDERSHIP!" and makes his wishes known.

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    [A video package shows the match between "The Prodigy" Mike Parr and Dave Sullivan from a few weeks ago.]





    The guitar riffs signal the entrance for one of the FWA's longest-tenured wrestlers. "The Wildcard" Jason Randall comes out with his fists taped up, a wicked smile sported, and a sort of stomp to the ring. Christian Quinn and Daniella Kennedy tout how Randall has been in the thick of the North American Championship and X Championship discussions for quite some time now.

    "Sick" by Adelitas Way is next, and "The Prodigy" Mike Parr comes to the ring sporting a fake North American Championship belt. The crowd cheers loudly for Parr, who sort of mockingly looks out confused in response. Then he shakes his head and walks to the ring.



    Rod Sterling: No one has come closer to beating Dave Sullivan for either of his titles than Mike Parr had. However ... Parr has been inconsistent. He lost to Jason Randall right after that. Now he's in this predicament.


    Parr reaches the ring and immediately cheap-shots Randall with the championship belt. The crowd becomes excited, many people booing Parr's actions, and the referee tries to corral the two. But it's no use.

    "Comfortably Numb" by Pink Floyd hits and Nova Diamond is next, and last, out for the match. He doesn't run to the ring. In fact, Diamond takes his sweet-ass time, as noted by Rod Sterling and Daniella Kennedy.


    Daniella Kennedy: Hey, if I was confident in the other two people beating one another up, then I think this works! But one pinfall for either Randall or Parr and Nova's plan goes to crap.



    Triple Threat Match
    Nova Diamond vs. "The Prodigy" Mike Parr vs. "The Wildcard" Jason Randall

    (if Randall or Diamond wins, they will be in Parr's future North American Championship match)


    Nova Diamond continues to slowly stroll to the ring. Meanwhile, "The Prodigy" Mike Parr has "The Wildcard" Jason Randall in a precarious position. Parr has his boot pressed against Randall's throat while the former X Champion is against one turnbuckle. Parr grabs Randall by the hair and tries a quick vertical suplex but Randall doesn't allow it to happen. Instead, a few punches to the gut from "The Wildcard" stymie Parr's offense momentarily. Randall whips Parr across the ring and tries a back elbow, which misses. Parr then hits a quick bulldog and eyes Nova Diamond, who stands on the outside still.

    Parr grabs Randall by the waist and locks his arms behind his back. Parr then shouts for Nova to come into the ring for a double team. Nova sure enough slides in, sensing an opportune moment. He lands one swift crack of a punch right to Randall's jaw. Then he props up Randall's face and lands another open-hand strike to the jaw. Parr lets him go and Diamond lands a third open-hand shot, this time to a stunned Mike Parr. Diamond runs off the ropes and clotheslines Parr to the canvas. Then he hits a Lifting DDT and goes for the first pinfall of the match.

    ..................1............Randall breaks it up

    Diamond rolls away to keep his distance from "The Wildcard." The two crouch and half circle before coming together. Diamond locks in a side head lock but Randall quickly pries the fingers loose and lands an elbow to the ribs. Randall quickly whips Diamond into the turnbuckle and sprints to follow. He meets the turnbuckle for a splash after Diamond moves at the final second. But then Randall ducks under whatever Diamond tries and hits a belly-to-back suplex! "The Wildcard" turns in time to see Parr rise up, and Randall delivers a beautiful fireman's carry neckbreaker. Now he goes for the pinfall, on Parr.

    .................1...................2....No!

    Diamond pulls himself to the side of the ring but Randall stays on top of him. He begins stomping into his lower back to put more pressure on him, allowing no breaks. "The Wildcard" whips Parr into the turnbuckle and this time connects with a corner splash. Then he walks Parr to the middle of the ring for an inverted headlock backbreaker! The crowd cheers as Parr goes down, but Diamond is back up and quickly hits a German suplex on Randall that sends him flying backwards to the outside apron.

    Diamond grabs "The Prodigy" and tries the 24K kick (trouble in paradise), but it's a miss! Parr ducks in time, falls to one knee, and hits a flying knee to the face afterward! "The Prodigy" runs off the ropes and lands a second flying knee to the face. Then he runs off for a third one! Parr hits a double underhook backbreaker on Diamond and goes for the pinfall!

    .................1.....................2...

    Parr gets up before Randall can deliver the elbow to his back. Instead, the elbow goes right into Diamond's stomach/ribs. "The Wildcard" rises but meets a tornado DDT from "The Prodigy." Now it appears there will be just a one-on-one match for the North American Championship. Parr runs off the ropes and is about to go for his running knee to the face. But Randall tackles Parr in mid-air and then does the thez press punches!!! The crowd is going wild for it!

    Randall moves off of Parr and turns in time to duck under an enzuiguri try from Diamond. Randall lands a swift kick to the stomach and hits his piledriver! He goes for the pinfall, thinking he has a win in the pocket.

    .................1..................2..........Kick out!

    Randall rises up fast and whips Diamond into the ropes, but he smartly grabs the ropes and falls through the top and middle ones to the outside of the ring. Randall tries to follow but Parr rolls him up from behind withe and an old school move.

    .................1...................2.............Kick out, and Diamond breathes a sigh of relief from the apron.

    Parr and Randall rise up at the same time. But it's Randall landing one of his patended open-palm strikes first. Then he blocks one and hits a barrage of them, pressing Parr to the opposite side of the ring. Meanwhile, Diamond is sneaking up to the apron, ready to pounce.

    Randall lifts Parr up for the Wildcard Special finisher, but Diamond hits a superkick right to the jaw! Randall and Parr both go down and Diamond follows with The Trivela on Randall, who goes out of the ring. Diamond picks up Parr and hits "Uncomfortably Numb" (emerald flowsion kai) and drops him head first into the canvas. The crowd rises to watch as Diamond lays atop "The Prodigy" for a pinfall, with his forearm into the throat.

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


    Winner: Nova Diamond

    Diamond celebrates the win and is thinking of his upcoming North American Championship match. He celebrates and the crowd is happy with the result. However, a few fans try to encourage "The Wildcard" Jason Randall, who is now on the outside looking in on the title picture.

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    The feed goes backstage to show "The Rotten Gold" Devin Golden's locker room. He appears from the room as an interviewer and camera greet him. But Golden stops before any questions are asked of him. Golden grabs the microphone and looks into the camera.


    "I want to make something very clear. After tonight ... I only have one focus ... and that's winning a championship. That's success. That's truly ... TRULY ... coming back. This ... all of this drama between Chris Kennedy, Dave Sullivan, Michael Garcia, Krash, and Cyrus Truth ... it ends tonight. My role in this story ends tonight. Any lingering resentment with Krash or Cyrus or whoever ... that's their thing. Krash gets tonight, this match. Then ...

    then I'm moving on, whether or not he does."



    Golden then leaves the scene with the camera watching him go down the hallway, fading back to the ring area.

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    [A video package shows the highlights from the FWA Tag Team Championships tournament. The video begins with The Undisputed Alliance picking up two wins while The New Breed is shown winning its one match. Then there is the contract signing from the last Fight Night.]






    Nate Savage and Jackson Fenix enter the arena with unrivaled confidence. The fans loudly cheer for the former CWA mainstays as The Undisputed Alliance bumps fists and heads in opposite directions around the ring.

    Christian Quinn and Rod Sterling discuss their rise through the FWA's tag team division. Daniella Kennedy calls the the favorites after the Cheshire Cat Clan defeated The New Breed recently.

    The same theme song that played for Mike Parr blasts into the speakers. The crowd loudly boos as The New Breed appears with the tag team championships on their shoulders. One of the members, The Protege, has a microphone in hand.



    The Protege: You know ... we haven't really spoken out about this "Tag Team Championships tournament" (using air quotes) but I think it's time we get something off our chests.


    The crowd boos as The Prototype and The Protege walk step for step next to one another, in perfect sync.


    The Protege: You know ... we are the Tag Team Champions. So why did we have to compete in a tournament ... for our own titles? Oh, we were told we got a "first-round bye" (air quotes again). Great. But ... really, it should've been us ... facing the winners of the tournament. The whole notion that we have to win TWO MATCHES just to keep our titles is ... well, it's just plain ridiculous.


    The crowd continues booing while Christian Quinn notes that they sort of have a point. Daniella Kennedy backs him up while Rod Sterling sort of puts them on blast and questions Quinn's stance.


    The Protege: Oh well. We'll win tonight and then we'll be in another tournament that requires us to win THREE times. We'll win that one, too, though. Undisputed Alliance ... you think you're battle-tested, but you've been wrestling against third-world countries. Now, you're going to war with an empire!


    The Protege drops the microphone and both he and The Prototype dart into the ring to meet Jackson Fenix and Nate Savage. The bell rings.




    FWA Tag Team Championships
    Finals of the FWA Tag Team Championships Tournament
    The New breed (The Protege and The Prototype) (c) vs. The Undisputed Alliance (Nate Savage and Jackson Fenix)



    The four wrestlers meet in the middle and begin throwing right hands wildly at one another. Only about 70 percent of them connect, and the referee tries to separate two of them, but to no success.

    Savage clotheslines The Protege out of the ring, which allows the legal men to be The Prototype and Jackson Fenix.Fenix is just 5 feet, 11 inches while The Prototype is 6 feet, 5 inches and weighs much more than his counterpart. So he has his way with his early on. The Prototype presses Jackson Fenix against the turnbuckle and whips him hard across the ring to the opposite corner. The Prototype runs forward for a big chest bump that squishes Fenix in the corner. Then he hits a nice tiger driver as The Protege reaches over and slaps the shoulder for a tag in.

    The Prototype lifts Fenix on his shoulders and turns while The Protege leaps off for a beautiful clothesline that knocks Fenix off and topples him down to the canvas.

    Now it's The Protege's turn to control the offense. He applies a crossface submission in the middle of the ring but Fenix quickly scurries and crawls toward his corner. The Protege tries to pull Fenix back to the middle of the ring, but Fenix is able to put two boots into the chest and kick The Protege away. Now there's JUST enough time for him to tag in Nate Savage.

    The crowd cheers when Savage hits the ring and clotheslines The Protege immediately. Then a second clothesline. Then a spinning wheel kick. Then a standing dropkick. He shows his technical skills with a bridging fisherman suplex that gets just a one-and-a-half count. Then it's a bridging German suplex, getting a two count. Then it's a sit-out scoop powerslam.

    Nate Savage turns and motions with his hand for The Prototype to enter the ring. The Protege crawls over to him and makes the tag, and the crowd now watches as the two men come face to face.


    Christian Quinn: The Prototype is 6-5 and weighs more than 250 pounds. But Nate Savage weighs around the same, just a few inches shorter. He can hang with him!


    The two grapple right in the middle of the ring, with The Prototype locking in the rear waist lock. Savage flips it around for his own waist lock. Then he tries a belly-to-back takedown, which he's unable to perform all the way. The Prototype pries his hands apart and quickly turns and pulls Savage in with a sudden shoulder thrust maneuver. He hits it a second time. Then a third time. Now The Prototype puts his arms underneath Savage's armpits and hits a dragon suplex!

    The Prototype goes for the pinfall with the far leg hooked.

    ..................1.....................2.....Kick out

    The Prototype grabs Nate Savage by the neck and quickly whips him to the ropes. He lands a running knee strike on his foe when he rebounds. And now he tags in The Protege, who goes to the top rope for a plancha. It hits perfectly on the chest and The Protege hooks the near leg for a pin.

    ..................1.....................2.............Kick out AGAIN

    The Protege grabs Savage around the neck but the challenger fends him off with a punch to the ribs. Then Savage lands a spinning forearm and a few other of his signature strikes. He runs off the ropes and hits a running knee to the midsection. Then he lands a powerbomb with a finish of The Protege being slammed into the turnbuckle!

    Tag made to Jackson Fenix, who hits the ring with a forearm smash. Then it's a front suplex. Fenix goes for the cover, and The Protege kicks out at two. The crowd groans as Fenix rolls over and toward his partner. But instead of a tag, Fenix runs forward and tries a short-arm lariat. It misses the mark and The Protege hits a back body drop. Then he tags The Prototype, who blows through Fenix with a huge clothesline. The Prototype scoops Fenix and drives him into the turnbuckle back first!

    The Prototype then turns and slams Fenix onto the canvas and hooks the far leg.

    ................1.......................2................Shoulder up!

    The Prototype tags in The Protege, who goes to the top rope for his Perfection Personified finisher. He taunts the crowd and then flies off, but it's a MISS. Fenix dodges it and springs up with a superkick to the chest! Jackson Fenix tags in Nate Savage, who comes into the ring and does the Nasty Bomb powerbomb! The crowd cheers as the ring shakes. Jackson Fenix immediately enters the ring when The Prototype does, and Fenix LEAPS over Nate Savage pinning The Protege and lands a forearm to the face of The Prototype!

    Savage remains in pinning formation!

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


    Winners and NEW FWA Tag Team Champions: The Undisputed Alliance

    The crowd erupts with cheers as Nate Savage rises to his feet and hugs Jackson Fenix. The two long-time friends and wrestling partners embrace as Fenix grabs both FWA Tag Team Championship belts. Fenix hands one to Savage and the two raise the belts up toward the ceiling while their arms are around one another's shoulders.


    Rod Sterling: THERE ARE NEW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS! OH MY!

    Christian Quinn: The Undisputed Alliance is undisputedly ... the FWA Tag Team Champions. They went through a tournament AND beat the champions in the finals. There's NO doubt.


    The Undisputed Alliance celebrates while The New Breed retreats out of the ring and recuperates together.

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    “Back in Town” hits and Krash comes out to a slight mixed reaction but still mostly cheers. Krash pays no mind to the slight mixed reaction however and simply makes his way down to the ring.


    Kurt Harrington: Making his way to the ring from Melbourne, Australia and weighing in at 205lbs, “The Moustached Maverick” Krash!

    Daniella Kennedy: Some of these fans are not too thrilled with Krash as of late, mostly to do with his actions towards Devin Golden at the end of the main event on Fight Night

    Christian Quinn: He’s allowed to be frustrated though, is he not? It’s because of Devin eating the pin in that match that he is not in the main event for tonight

    Rod Sterling: While you do bring up a good point, I still don’t entirely agree with you. Devin was just trying to help when no one else would


    “Lose Yourself” now plays and Devin Golden walks out to a positive reception. He stands on stage for a brief moment before walking down to the ring.


    Kurt Harrington: and his opponent from New Orleans, Louisiana, and weighing in at 205lbs, “The Golden One” Devin Golden!

    Christian Quinn: Well to counter your point Rod, maybe instead of trying to be the good guy, Devin should have just minded his own business. I guess he hasn’t heard the phrase, “don’t be a hero”

    Daniella Kennedy: He wasn’t trying to be the hero though, he was just doing what he felt was right. He wasn’t doing it for any sort of clout, he stepped in because it was the right thing to do



    Krash vs. "The Rotten Gold" Devin Golden


    DING! DING! DING!

    The crowd is buzzing as the bell sounds and two competitors stand toe to toe, Golden with a slight height advantage but not by much. Golden holds out his hand and offers a pre match handshake, but Krash just looks down at it and simply ignores the gesture eliciting some minor boos. The two begin to tangle in a collar and elbow tie up, Krash wrenching back as he traps Golden with a side standing headlock. Golden shoves him away towards the ropes and Krash hits the ropes, but hangs on instead of going for the rebound attack. He stares at Golden, a man he admired deep down, but right now he wanted nothing more than rip Golden’s head off. Krash then runs at Golden with a clothesline attempt, but Golden counters with an arm drag followed up by another arm drag takedown this time and wrenches back with an arm lock. Krash manages to twist his way out of it and turns it around on Golden, this time Krash has a standing arm bar applied before taking Golden down and transitions into a cross arm breaker submission hold…

    Golden wincing in pain while trying to grasp a nearby rope and he just barely snags it to break it up. Golden uses the ropes as leverage to bring himself back up, and Krash sneaks up on him and applies a rear waist lock but Golden spins around and looks for a rear waist lock, yet Krash counters spinning back behind Golden and without any hesitation brings Golden down with a german suplex! Golden rolls to his side on the mat while holding his head while Krash stand above him before running the ropes and comes back with a leg drop and a pin…

    One...NO! Golden gets a shoulder up and now Krash applies the dreaded headlock submission in order to keep his opposition grounded…


    Rod Sterling: Krash normally does not work this style of a match but he has managed to adapt to it to compete here Devin.

    Christian Quinn: That says a lot about the skill that Krash possesses, he’s a man of many talents and skills in that ring.

    Golden is struggling to fight free while Krash torques back on that headlock. Golden is starting to find his way out by slowly rising to his feet, and elbows Krash in the ribs several times before Krash relinquishes. Golden then counters with a jawbreaker that sends Krash stumbling back some while allowing Golden to compose himself. Golden then takes out Krash with a clothesline sending him to the outside, and then follows up with an amazing somersault plancha to the outside!


    Daniella Kennedy: Holy cow!

    Rod Sterling: Devin Golden showing that he can still pull off some amazing stunts.


    Golden recovers and then tosses Krash back in the ring, and climbs up to the top and waits as Krash recovers before leaping off and hits a diving crossbody! The crowd has come alive for Golden now and he’s feeling this jolt of energy running through him at this moment. Krash is up and has recovered but no time for rest as Golden comes in at him and strikes with a knife edge chop that echoes throughout the building! Krash holds his chest in agony and Golden takes him up and holds him in place with a stalling vertical suplex but Krash manages to slip out of it behind Golden and immediately takes him down with a reverse DDT! Golden lays flat on his back on the mat while Krash recovers before he takes Golden and sends him to the corner and nails a corner clothesline, then applies a hanging figure four neck lock from the turnbuckle! He releases his hold and Golden stumbles from the corner allowing Krash to prop himself up and as Golden turns around, Krash connects with a missile dropkick and then makes a cover…

    One...TW-NO!

    Golden gets a shoulder up and rolls to his side and then on his stomach, trying to recover while Krash plans his next move. Krash sends Golden towards the ropes and looks for a dropsault, but Golden counters and hangs on and Krash falls flat on his back! Golden then follows up with a springboard moonsault and then a pin…

    One...TW-NO!

    Krash kicks out and clutches his midsection upon the impact from the moonsault. Golden then goes to apply a liontamer submission, but Krash twists his way out of it and kicks Golden away. Krash kips up and runs at Golden, connecting with a hurricanrana! Golden stumbles back up but he’s taken right back down from a spear! Both men lay on the mat for several seconds and Krash drapes an arm over Golden…

    One...two...THR-NO!

    The crowd comes to life once more and starts rallying on both men now, and it’s Krash up first as he stumbles back in a corner waiting for Golden. Devin eventually is up and on one knee and Krash goes for a famouser, but Golden avoids it and connects with a german suplex! He follows up with another german suplex and YET another one! Triple rolling german suplexes and both men are spent again, but after several seconds Golden pops up and this time manages to apply the liontamer submission! He wrenches back and Krash is howling in pain while scratching a clawing on the mat until he snags the bottom rope. Golden isn’t relenting though until finally he releases the hold, allowing Krash to recover and Krash is using ropes as leverage and Golden drags him away from the ropes...BUT THEN OUT OF NOWHERE KRASH COUNTERS AND APPLIES DISCORDANT SERENITY! A SUDDEN GUILLOTINE CHOKEHOLD! Krash grapevines his legs around Golden’s torso and brings him down to the mat with the hold still applied…

    The referee checks on Golden once...nothing

    He checks on Golden a second time...nothing

    He checks a third time and when it looks like he’s out, Golden shows signs of life as he slowly begins to power his way out of the chokehold and starts to rise up while Krash is still wrapped around him with the hold. Somehow, someway Golden breaks the hold and counters with a small package roll-up!

    One...two...THREE!


    Kurt Harrington: The winner of the match, Devin Golden!


    Krash cant believe it as he immediately gets to his feet and debates with the referee. Golden, however, pulls himself up and wipes the sweat from his brow as Krash turns and stares him right in the eyes! The two men look each other up and down before Golden gives Krash a nod and extends his hand.

    Krash looks to the crowd, who roars in approval, as Krash begins to accept, but "The Carnegie Carnivore" Michael Garcia wipes out Golden with a forearm to the back of the head! Golden falls directly into Krash, bumping heads with him! Garcia takes advantage by grabbing Golden by the neck and tossing him haphazardly over the top rope, like a rag doll!



    Daniella Kennedy: MY GOD!!! That's a human being!!!

    Rod Sterling: But I think the real target here is...


    Garcia turned his attention to Krash, who was knocked woozy by the inadvertent headbutt. He immediately grabbed Krash and delivered a Penduluum th as t spiked Krash's head off the mat! Garcia immediately dropped to his knees and mounted Krash, violently bashing his head off the mat!


    "YOU DONT BELONG HERE!!!! THIS IS NOT YOUR RING!!! THESE ARE NOT YOUR FANS!!! THIS IS NOT YOUR MOMENT!!!! THIS IS MY TIME! THIS IS MY MOMENT! THIS IS MY FUCKING RING!"


    Garcia's intensity could be seen from the rafters as he pulled back at his hair before looking around the ring. He gets up and steps out of the ring before searching under the ring apron. Garcia smiles before pulling out..his Easton Stealth hockey stick!!!



    Christian Quinn: No! Someone stop this!


    Krash is motionless as Garcia slowly rises and climbs into the ring. He holds the blade of the stick against Krash's jaw, before raising the stick up and GOLDEN PULLS THE STICK OUT OF GARCIA'S HANDS!!!

    Garcia quickly turns as Golden holds the stick up in self-defense and then takes a wild swing that Garcia ducks! Garcia drops down and rolls out of the ring faster than any man his size likely ever has as Golden swings again, narrowly missing! He waits until Garcia scrambles backwards up the ramp, before dropping the stick and helping Krash to his feet as we go backstage.

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    Now backstage, is the double champ himself King Dave Sullivan. Sullivan is sitting on a homemade throne, and staring straight into the camera. He has a more serious look on his face, opposed to the usual cocky shit eating grin that's seen most of the time.

    It's clear, he has one mission going into this match...and he is determined to complete it.

    The King begins to talk.



    King Sullivan: I want to ask this question right now...does anyone think I don't deserve to be in this main event match tonight?

    If so, speak up now.

    Speak up loud and clear.

    Does anyone think I do not deserve to be in this match tonight?


    ....

    Do you hear that? Crickets. Absolute silence.


    It should be known that many in the audience are audibly objecting to Sullivan's claim.


    Nobody has the right to say I don't deserve to be where I am. In fact, I would argue that I MOST deserve to be where I am. I deserve to be here over Cyrus Truth, and I deserve to be here over Gabrielle Montgomery.

    Nobody can say that I do not deserve to become a TRIPLE CHAMP KING tonight.

    Look at the work that I had to do to get here. Every night, every single night for the last few months...I have had to defend my championships. The management in the FWA could not stand the fact that I held TWO titles at the same time. They wanted me to lose.

    They threw Jason Randall at me. And yet I overcame.

    They threw Dominik Armistead at me. I made him Dominik Broken Armistead, and I ended his career, and yet again..I overcame.

    They put me in a match that was SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED to take away one of my titles...Randy Ramon and Jason Randall were expected to at least take the X Championship off of me. To get at least ONE fall in a Two Falls match. That didn't happen. I got BOTH falls, and defied the odds to walk out with BOTH titles, and once again...I overcame.

    Then they bring in a giant...Viktor Maximus. Surely a 7ft Russian beast could take the title off of my hands...WRONG. Yet again, I overcame.

    And then there was crybaby Mike Parr, and yet again I overcame.

    After doing all that..defeating all of those people back to back to back to back...I surely earned a spot to be in this match, right? WRONG. No, instead...I have to fight in a triple threat tag team match to earn my spot. And the stipulations? Well for my opponent Krash, all he had to do was have his team win the damn match. Krash could sit back with his feet up and let Cyrus Truth do all the heavy lifting...and just like that he's in the match.

    But ME? I had to not only get my team the victory, but I HAD to be the one to get the pin. So I'm competing not only against the three people on the other team, but also two of my teammates. FIVE people I am up against...five...that is who I had to overcome to win that match. And all of that with Gabby Blabby being the referee...

    And yet, I overcame.

    The FWA Management and starts put every obstacle possible in my way in an attempt to sabotage me, and every single time I overcame it all. All of their resources, all of their talent, I overcame each and every single time.

    So yet again I dare you...I dare anyone to say I don't deserve to be in this match. Because like I have been doing every single night since I returned to the FWA...I will overcome. I will overcome it all, and I WILL BE A TRIPLE CHAMP KING.

    And to reward myself after all of my success, I will be crowned as King once more...

    With this...


    The camera pans over to a man holding a velvet purple pillow. On the pillow is a large golden crown, shinier and more expensive than any crown Sullivan has ever worn. On the crown are three specific gems in a triangle formation..and each gem represents one of the championships of the FWA. On the left side is a ruby, and in it is an engraved symbol of the X Championship. On the right side is a sapphire, and in that gem features the North American championship. And lastly, up top..is a Diamond. And that stone represents the FWA World Championship.

    Sullivan picks up the crown, and rubs his fingers over the gems.



    I will win this fight tonight, and when I do...I will put this crown on my head...

    But I will not be your X Division King. I will not be the King of North America. I will not be the Double Champ King.

    I will be THE KING of the FWA. I will rule over all! There will be no Gabrielle Montgommery in front of me...no Cyrus Truth on top. The only person on top...will be ME.

    Because I AM KING.

    And I will overcome.



    Sullivan takes one last look at his new crown, before putting it back on the velvet pillow and walking back to the locker rooms.

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    The heavy breathing is replaced with a guitar riff and then the seductive female voice. The crowd goes wild with cheers as Gabrielle Montgomery appears with her sultry outfit. A purple top with black streaks and a glitter-filled purple pair of tights fit nicely around her curvy body.


    Christian Quinn: Here's my pick. Gabrielle wins the World Championship. You can't give The Goddess two chances. You can't. And that's what she has now. She nearly won it against Cyrus Truth last time. She'll finish it tonight.

    Rod Sterling: It's a pick that makes sense. She knows Cyrus well. But Cyrus knows her well. Throw in Dave Sullivan as a third person in this match and I don't know if that helps or hurts Gabrielle's chances.





    Cyrus Truth's slow, melodic start is now the stuff of legends. It ends the short silence once Gabrielle reaches the ring and puts the crowd into another frenzy. Cyrus comes out second, with the FWA World Championship over his shoulder. He has a keen-eyed look toward the ring as the crowd welcomes him with enthusiasm. But Cyrus pays no attention to them. He's locked in on leaving Atlanta with the prized possession he arrived there with.

    Once the guitar riff starts, Cyrus heads toward the ring with the navy blue hoodie covering most of his body and tattoos. His short wrestling tights and taped fists are the only other color or apparel he's showing.


    Rod Sterling: Cyrus coming out second of three is symbolic, with him focused on challengers in front of him and also behind him.

    Daniella Kennedy: He's my pick to win. I know it's boring but he's just SO GOOD. SO CEREBRAL. SO CALCULATED. He's the best escape artist champion I've ever seen. And I don't mean for that to sound ... negative. It's not like he's inferior. He's just so good as a defending champion. He's so good at handing pressure, taking on challengers, and surviving to see another day, to see the next challenger. Cyrus is probably the best defending champion the FWA has ever seen. Ever. Only one person has ever beaten him for the World Championship when HE was champion. Shannon O'Neal. So I think he continues to rule at the top tonight.


    And lastly ...




    Dave Sullivan is out last. He gets a HUGE reaction, albeit mixed, with fans either absolutely YELLING for him or booing the holy hell out of him. The double champ sports both the FWA North American Championship and X Championship belts over his shoulder.


    Rod Sterling: Truly a wildcard in this. Cyrus Truth and Gabrielle Montgomery were dead set on a rematch, one on one. Maybe Krash gets involved for his second title shot. But then it was Dave Sullivan, the longest-reigning X Champion ever and close to becoming the longest-reigning North American Champion ever.

    Christian Quinn: This is a huge chance to make history for him. He's overcome the obstacles EVERY SINGLE TIME.



    FWA World Heavyweight Championship
    “The Caramel Goddess” Gabrielle Montgomery vs “The King” Dave Sullivan vs “The Exiled” Cyrus Truth (c)



    The three competitors all stand in a triangle formation in the ring with Sullivan at the center point, Gabby off to the left, and Cyrus off to the right. As the bell rings, Sullivan pounds his chest and screams at both of his opponents that this is his time, so Gabby and Cyrus glanced at each other before both attacking Sullivan in the center of the ring! The two unloaded of barrage of forearms to the lower back as the crowd roared in approval! Sullivan managed to get a shot to Gabby’s gut, which caused her to back off for a moment as Sullivan continued to get laid into by the champ! Sullivan stomped on Cyrus’ foot before stepping back into a forearm to the back of the head by Gabby, and then a knife edge chop from Cyrus! Sullivan fell to the mat before getting back up and walking into a right hand from Gabby! This sequence repeated three more times, and on the third time, Cyrus flipped him over with a snapmare and then a kick to the spine! Gabby shoved Cyrus, screaming “Is that all you got?”, and then kicked Sullivan in the spine even harder! Not to be outdone, Cyrus shook his head and gave an even harder kick to Sully’s spine! But the game of one upsmanship isn’t over yet, as Gabby gets in one kick that can be heard through the rafters! Sullivan somehow manages to get up to his feet, and starts screaming at the top of his lungs about SOMETHING, but he eats a double roundhouse kick, one from each of his competitors! Sullivan is flat on his back as the crowd goes wild, as Gabby rolls Cyrus up from behind for a two count! Sullivan rolls to the outside as Cyrus counters the rollup into an inverted arm lock! Cyrus has it locked in in the center of the ring as Gabby tries valiantly to fight out but there’s nowhere to go! Cyrus pulls back even harder, causing Gabby to scream out in pain! The Caramel Goddess tried to fidget her body so that her legs could get under the ropes but they were too far away! Finally, Dave Sullivan dove back into the ring and broke up the submission by dropping an elbow on Cyrus and throwing a few forearms to the back of his neck before turning his attention to Gabby. He whipped the Goddess into the ropes before connecting with a standing dropkick and then dropping to his knees, before connecting with a series of right hands! Cyrus gets back to his feet, pulls Sullivan up by his hair and begins throwing a series of knife edge chops and then connecting with an enziguiri that sends Sullivan out of the ring! Cyrus turns his attention back to Gabrielle, who has gotten back to her feet in the far corner. Cyrus begins to throw right hands before delivering a brutal kick to the chest and then rearing back for a corner splash, but Sullivan grabs Cyrus’ foot and yanks him out of the ring! Gabrielle charges forward as Sullivan gets on the spron, but the double champ buries his shoulder into Gabby’s ribs before getting into the ring and peppering Gabby with some snap jabs. Cyrus tries to get back involved but he eats a back elbow from Sully. Sullivan grabs Cyrus in a headlock, and then pushes off into a bulldog, dropkicking Gabby in the process! Cover on Gabby gets a late 1 count!

    Cyrus immediately gets up, grabs Sullivan by the hair and tosses him into the far corner before whipping Gabby into the opposite corner! Cyrus grabs Gabby by the arm and whips her hard into the King, but Sullivan moves out of the way! Gabby connects hard with the turnbuckle as Sullivan darts towards the Vagabond Warrior and starts throwing some right hands! Cyrus blocks the last one, grabs Sullivan by the arm, and whips him hard into the Goddess! Cyrus charges into the corner but he eats a boot to the face, that sends him back! Sullivan grabs Gabby for another bulldog out of the corner but Gabby pushes him off, and right into a Memento Mori! Sullivan rolls out of the ring, as Gabby comes out of the croner with a Tilt-a-Whirl Hurricanrana to Cyrus! Cyrus rolls to the corner, where Gabby works him over for a bit before running across the ring and knocking Sullivan off the apron! Gabby turns her attention back to Cyrus and charges over to him, but he catches her with an overhead Belly to Belly SUplex into the corner! Gabby’s head was against the bottom turnbuckle, so Cyrus performed his First Five Steps to the Goddess! Cyrus took a few steps back before running at full speed, but Sullivan sends him flying out of the ring with a vicious Pounce! Sullivan looked over the top rope, before turning around and getting clotheslined out of the ring by Gabrielle! The Caramel Goddess basks in the cheers of the crowd for a moment as Cyrus and Sullivan pull themselves up on the outside! Gabby looks to the crowd, who roars in approval, as she climbs to the top rope! She looks down at her opponents before leaping off with a crossbody, wiping them both out!
    Gabby rolls Cyrus into the ring and covers, but only gets a 2 count! Both competitors get to their feet, with Gabby trying to whip Cyrus into the ropes but Cyrus holds on! Cyrus shoves Gabby away, then charges forward…Gabby drops down, Cyrus runs over, bounces off the ropes, Gabby leaps over top and then catches Cyrus with a dropkick on the rebound! Gabby with another cover and she gets another 2 count! Both wrestlers up to their feet with Gabby sending Cyrus to the corner, throwing a few right hands, but Sullivan clubs her in the back of the head and whips her into the opposite corner! Sullivan grabs Cyrus by the arm and tries to whip him into the corner onto Gabby but Cyrus reverses! Sullivan however leaps up and monkey flips Gabby into Cyrus! But Gabby manages to connect with a hurricanrana to Cyrus! The crowd explodes at the sequence, as Sullivan is in awe of what just happened! Gabby gets back and throws a right hand at The King, but Sullivan ducks and gets her in a rear waist lock. Gabby tries to grab on to the ropes, but Sullivan sends her back into a rollup that Gabby rolls through into a rollup of her own! The referee counts to two before Sullivan powers out. The double champ uses the ropes to get up, as Gabby runs towards him but The King back body drops her over the top rope! Gabby crashes to the floor below!

    Meanwhile back inside the ring, The King motions for The Truth to get up to his feet before connecting with a hard running knee! Sullivan props Cyrus up in the corner, slapping him several times before Cyrus had enough and starts fighting back with multiple strike variations! Sully tries to cover up but Cyrus starts burying knees to the ribs of the double champ! The champ charges forward with a clothesline that Sullivan ducks….rear waist lock by Sullivan but a standing switch by Cyrus, who locks Sullivan in a rear naked choke! Sullivan desperately flails his arms for the ropes, as Cyrus pulls him back to the mat and wraps his legs around the Double Champ! The King tries to roll towards the ropes but Cyrus has him in firm control! The crowd is on pins and needles as The King raises his arm in the air, but Gabrielle comes off the top rope with a Split Legged Moonsault onto both of them, breaking the hold! All three competitors are down! Gabby uses her head and neckto try to nudge Cyrus over to his back as she covers!

    1…

    2…

    Cyrus kicked out at 2! Gabby crawled over to Sullivan and covered and she got the same result! Gabrielle reached down and tried to pull The King to his feet but instead he grabbed her arm and yanked her forward, causing her to tumble out of the ring! Back inside the ring, The King pulled Cyrus up to his feet and began burying knees to the ribs and planting Cyrus with an STO! Sullivan, knowing he may need to do something special in this match, looks down a t Cyrus before climbing up to the top turnbuckle in position for a Moonsault! The crowd is in stunned anticipation as they’ve never seen Sullivan take to the air before, but they didn’t get the opportunity as Gabby clubbed him in the back just as he reached the top! Gabby pulled Sullivan down into a Tree of Woe position before kicking him violently in the chest several times! Gabby turned around, but turned right into a running high knee from The Truth that sent Gabby crashing into the turnbuckle where Dave was hanging! Cyrus tossed Gabby to the mat before stomping on The King, and then taking a few steps, before running forward and connecting with a running front dropkick to the ribs! Cyrus unhooked the King’s legs before going back to Gabby, whipping her into the ropes but Gabrielle reversed! The Goddess looked for a Lou Thesz Press, but got caught in an Atomic Drop, followed by a Busaiku Knee Kick from Cyrus and then a knee drop, completing the Warrior’s Wrath! Cyrus covered!

    1…

    2…

    Gabby kicked out! Cyrus is a bit shocked but he goes back to work, noticing Sullivan getting back to his knees, so he buries a knee to the jaw of the King, before going for a second one, only for Sullivan to catch it and hook Cyrus up for a desperation Death Valley Driver! All 3 competitors are down! Sully slowly rolls into a cover on Cyrus!

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    2…

    Gabby breaks up the pinfall! The three competitors take a moment to regather themselves before Gabby and Dave get back up to their feet. Hard knife edge chop by Gabby who hooks the King up for a Vertical Suplex, but Sullivan smartly blocks it by hooking his leg in the bottom rope and then suplexing Gabby over the top rope, only for Gabby to land on the apron! Sullivan hangs Gabby up on the top rope before stepping back and connecting with a baseball slide to Gabby on the outside but she steps aside, and the two engage in a brawl on the outside, not expecting to see a suicide dive from the Cyrus Truth of all people, wiping them both out! The crowd is electric at this point, watching these three suoerstars go so far outside of their comfort zone to win the biggest prize in the business! Cyrus gets back up first and tosses Sully back into the ring. He sets Sullivan up on the top turnbuckle and it seems as if he was looking for superplex, but Sullivan raked the eyes! The King started to step down towards the apron but Gabby climbed up the other side of the same ringpost, and began clubbing Sullivan straight in the back, looking to set up God knows what, but Cyrus gets back into it, runs up the turnbuckle and sends both of them crashing down to the mat with a Double SUperplex! The crowd is chanting “HO-LY SHIT!” as all three are sprawled out on the mat!

    Cyrus pulls Gabrielle up to her feet and the two begin exchanging shots before The Goddess starts unloading on The Truth! She backs Truth into the corner but that’s when Cyrus starts getting in shots of his own and backs Gabby up! Cyrus looks for the Discus Punch, but Gabby ducks and comes back with a Roundhouse Kick, that Cyrus dodges and connects with a Release Tiger Suplex! Cyrus grabs Gabby and connects with a lightning fast Journey’s End! Cyrus quickly turns around to cover, as Sullivan comes back in with his X Division Championship aimed right at Cyrus’ skull, but Cyrus catches him with a quick (Randy Orton-style) Snap Powerslam! Cyrus grabs the X Division Championship, presumably to toss it out of the ring, but the referee reads the situation wrong and grabs the title out of Cyrus’ hands! Cyrus turns to see who it was, which Sullivan the opportunity to connect with the Muay Thai Kick! Cyrus drops to the mat and rolls out of the ring as Sullivan pulls Gabby to her feet and the two start trading right hands in the ring! Sullivan ducks a right hand, into a rear waist lock but Gabby back elbows herself free, bounces off the ropes and runs right into a Blue Thunder Bomb from Sullivan!

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    NO!

    Sullivan wastes no time in pulling Gabby up by her hair and delivering the Three Rivers! HE connects with the first, before popping his hips. Rolling over and connecting with the second suplex, popping his hips again, rolling over and connecting with the third!

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    2…

    CYRUS BROKE UP THE FALL!

    Cyrus with two hard kicks to Sullivan’s ribs before picking up, only to get caught in a jawbreaker and then a rolling neckbreaker! Cyrus rolls back to the outside as Sullivan monitors the situation, seeing Gabby on the mat and Cyrus on the outside…he chooses Gabby, pulls her up to her feet, nails her with some right hands, before whipping her into the ropes and ducking down for a back body drop but Gabby kicks him in the shoulder! Sullivan is stunned as Gabby connects with a Savate Kick and then a Jumping Heel Kick! Elevated reverse DDT by Gabby! She goes for the cover! 1…2… Sullivan kicks out! Gabby begins climbing up to the top rope, but The King cuts her off and connects with ANOTHER superplex off the top rope! Both are down as Cyrus re-enters the ring! Dragon Suplex to The King, before Cyrus pushes him off and then locks in a Rear Naked Choke! Sullivan is fighting and eventually makes it to the bottom rope! Cyrus lets go and shoves Sullivan outside the ring before going over to Gabby, pulling her up by her long flowing hair and…GABBY CATCHES HIM WITH A CARAMEL COATED DDT OUT OF NOWHERE! Gabby drops back to the mat in exhaustion! The crowd is itching for her to make the cover but by the time she reaches Cyrus, he rolls out of the ring! Gabby can’t believe it as she watches her best chance slip through her fingers! She uses the ropes to pull herself up, turns around, and waRKO! RKO! RKO!

    But Gabby shoves Sullivan away into the turnbuckle! Sullivan bounces out and stumbles right into a Caramel Coated DDT from Gabrielle! The crowd explodes as The King’s head spikes off the mat! Again, Gabby is exhausted and drops to the mat, but this time, even as out of it as she is, she manages to make the cover, and hook the leg!

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    3!


    Here is your winner and NEW FWA WORLD CHAMPION @ 25:19 - “The Caramel Goddess” Gabrielle Montgomery!!!


    NO!!!!

    The referee’s hand did hit the mat but he immediately waved it off as Dave Sullivan had gotten his left foot under the ropes just a split second before the 3 count!


    Here is your winner and NEW FWA WORLD CHAMPION @ 25:19 – “The Caramel Goddess” Gabrielle Montgomery


    Gabrielle was incredulous! She could NOT believe it! She pulled at he own hair before rising from her knees and getting right in the face of the referee! Gabrielle was not having it, but it did cause her to lose focus as Cyrus Truth had re-entered the ring, spun her around and hooked her up for a Journey’s End! Gabby slid out the back, spun Cyrus around and hooked him up for a Caramel Coated DDT! Gabby knew that she had to do something extra to really put this guy away, so she climbed up top for her Split-Legged Moonsault…but Dave Sullivan jumped up on the apron and shoved her off, down onto the barricade below! Sullivan dropped down as Gabby’s body was draped over the barricade…he grabbed her by the neck and RKO’d her to the mat! Back inside the ring, Cyrus had begun to pull himself up so Sullivan carefully slid into the ring behind him and taunted him as Cyrus struggled to rise! HE did rise though and the moment he did, Sullivan struck with another RKO! Cyrus managed to shove him off, and countered with the Journey’s End…

    only for Sullivan to slide off his shoulders, and connect with an R! K! Fucking O!

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    2….

    3!


    Here is your winner @28:10 and NEEEEEEEEEWWWWWW FWA World Heavyweight Champion and now the FIRST FWA TRIPLE CHAMPION….”The King” Dave Sullivan!


    Daniella Kennedy: HE DID IT! TRIPLE CHAMP! HE FREAKING DID IT! OH MY GOOOOOOODDDD!!!

    Rod Sterling: Oh ... my god.


    The crowd roars in approval as "The King" Dave Sullivan quickly rolls off Cyrus Truth and evades any oncoming physicality from Gabrielle Montgomery. Sullivan immediately rolls underneath the nearest ropes and raises his arms into the air, trying to touch the sky. The fans are ecstatic, a mixture of disbelief and grandiose screaming.


    Christian Quinn: If we thought Dave Sullivan was brash, outspoken, and arrogant before ... wow.


    Dave Sullivan goes outside the ring and puts his hands on his knees, bent over. The referee hands him the X Championship belt. Then he hands him the North American Championship belt.

    Finally, he hands him the FWA World Championship belt.



    Rod Sterling: Dave Sullivan ... is the first EVER ... triple champ. He holds every singles championship. At once.

    Christian Quinn: It's quite possibly the GREATEST feat in the HISTORY of wrestling!!!


    Sullivan can barely wrap his hands and fingers around all three title belts. He holds the X Championship and North American Championship with one hand. Then he holds the World Championship with his other hand. He raises all three in an exhausted mess, but he's grinning from ear to ear.


    Daniella Kennedy: Dave Sullivan was up against a Hall of Famer and a future Hall of Famer. He faced two multi-time World Champions. And he won. He did it. I'm just ... 2019 is the year of Dave Sullivan and there's nothing more to say. Nothing. This is the Dave Sullivan Era. 2018. 2019. How much higher can he go in 2020?!?!


    Dave Sullivan celebrates outside the ring as fans nearby reach out to pat him. Sullivan bruskly pulls away before raising his title belts into the air again. He then steps up on the apron and holds the belts high in the air. The crowd screams and applauds, with a few people throwing empty drink cups and other plastic debris into the ring area, trying to hit Sullivan.

    Gabrielle Montgomery is kneeling in the ring, exhausted and drained, helplessly watching the celebration from behind. Cyrus Truth is laying on his stomach, his face buried into the canvas. He looks up momentarily at Sullivan and then looks back down, unable to keep watching his own demise celebrated in front of thousands.



    Rod Sterling: FIGHT NIGHT IS NEXT! CARNAL CONTENDERSHIP IS NEXT! AND ANYONE ... TRULY ANYONE ... WHO HAS CHAMPIONSHIP ASPIRATIONS IN THE FWA ... MUST GO THROUGH "THE KING"!!! ALL ROADS GO THROUGH "THE KING"!!!


    The last shot is of Dave Sullivan holding up all three championship belts proudly, with a closed-mouth smile, and nodding his head as if to say, "I told you so."
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    Re: FWA Desert Storm 2019 RESULTS

    @Sully

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    Re: FWA Desert Storm 2019 RESULTS

    That false finish in the Main Event got me...

    Massive congrats to Sully hoarding all the gold. Now the real challenge; can you write a promo that truly captures just how insufferably arrogant Dave would be after this win?

    Congrats to all, great work by everyone involved.





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    Sorry, ETE, I wrote that in there SPECIFICALLY to fuck with Sully a bit.

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    What a great show. Different styles of wrestling. You can tell as the show went on the ring work got more intense and some great promo work. Excited to be apart of this.

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    Shoutout to EC for making this kickass poster. Holy hell, he did awesome work with this. I forgot to plug his name in the results.


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    I feel like on anyone else 3 titles would be overkill but on Sullivan its good all he needs is the tag titles lol

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    The Bullies from the Burgh vs The Undisputed Alliance for the tag Gold, next week on FN.

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    Holy shit. The mad lad.

    Congrats on the win, Sully. This is a huge win for your and a big loss for me. I honestly don't know where I go from here, and that's incredibly intriguing.

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    Celebration/Recovery time will be short, boys.

    Carnal Contendership/FN thread goes up tomorrow.

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    Im ready for my match with Sully <3

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    Better win Carnal Contendership then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayer View Post
    Better win Carnal Contendership then.
    Just have Sully beat up Devin Golden then let me come and save him and get a title shot through that.

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    Re: FWA Desert Storm 2019 RESULTS

    First off, I want to say that this show was incredibly well written. The commentary team hit the ground running, which was a pretty impressive feat after losing Golden and Garcia. But Kennedy and Quinn definitely don't fall too far behind here.

    I also want to congratulate OMB on a huge night for him. Both Kayden Knox and the Cheshire Cat Clan get big wins tonight. I particularly love Kayden Knox, and he's got a lot of momentum coming out of this show. Low key could be a dark horse in the Carnal Contendership match, don't sleep on him.

    Garcia finally gets a win, and it's over a long standing vet like James Hughes. This reminds me of the recent AEW match between Adam Page and Darby Allen, in that neither man could really afford to lose here. Garcia is the one who snags the big win to launch himself momentum wise into CC. Garcia is another big contender to win at CC. Congratulations to Nova Diamond for winning a huge match to force himself right into the North American title picture when before this it was all Sullivan, Parr, and Randall. Diamond's promo for this show was one of my favorites this year, no joke. I think Nova can be super deadly in the ring, and could very well be the next North American champion.

    I said this before when reviewing promos, but this Krash vs Golden match...I just love how well it's come together despite both parties being forced to completely change course following the last Fight Night. Seriously...the last show before this one, Krash and Golden were teammates. And then the next show, they're fighting against each other. This could've gone so many different directions, but either way both parties here did a great job of making this fight one of the bests on the card in such short notice with the small amount of time to build up to it. Devin snags the win, but in the grand scheme of things that wasn't really the takeaway here, because MICHAEL GARCIA comes in and crashes the party. So now we have this awesome and very interesting triangle going on between Garcia, Golden, and Krash. Golden and Krash seem to have finally gained some respect for one another, all the while Garcia has no respect for both of them. It's an enemy of my enemy is my friend kind of thing. Do Krash and Golden fall back on their new respect for one another to take down the bully Garcia? Or does Krash still harbor ill feelings towards Golden, and betray him with Garcia? I think Krash vs Garcia could be very fun, because they're polar opposites. Garcia is so full of bitterness and hate, while Krash seems to have so much respect for those around him. Yet all three of these characters have so much development still ahead of them, which for Devin Golden goes the longest way consider how far he's already developed.

    Finally, the world championship match. This match overall was just so well written. It perfectly captured the giant personalities of the three characters in this match. If someone asked me to describe the past year of the FWA in three names, it would be these three stars in this match. This match felt like a Back in Business main event, and it played out like one too. The way Cyrus Truth described them in his promo as three lords conquering different kingdoms just fit so much. It feels like Gabby, Cyrus, and Sullivan are like three mafia bosses all fighting for territorial control. The three of them have been SO powerful and SO entertaining (at least Cyrus and Gabby have from my perspective). For me to say this about Gabby is even going farther, because look at what ETE has done with that character. To date, it's the only character out of this trio to not have had a championship during the past year. And yet ETE has developed Gabby still to be so strong and just so dynamic and powerful like the goddess she is. So this match...to have this trio come crashing together like three trains all coming in full speed into the station at the same time...it was very special. And the promos we all wrote...had I lost, and trust me I had NO idea who was winning this one, I couldn't have been upset for long...because the promos Gabby and Cyrus both produced were two of their best promos of the year, if not all time. I think any three graders could have picked any of the three of us to win, and it came down to just personal preferences, that is how close it was. If it's Kaizen, Shake, and Wolf grading then who knows maybe Cyrus or Gabby win. There really was no clear winner from my point of view. But the fact that I was able to be determined the winner over two incredibly amazing writers, and prove that I am just as good as two stars who a year ago I never dreamed of going toe to toe with, I take a lot of pride in that.

    When I brought Sullivan back a year ago, my entire gimmick was that he was the X Division King. He accepted that the X Division was his ceiling, and after 7 years in the FWA that wasn't changing now. And then, Sullivan broke that ceiling and won the North American championship, something I've never done. And then Sullivan just kept going farther and farther. Now it's been almost 8 years since I debuted in the FWA. A year ago I believed I wasn't better than the X Division, and now here I am. So that goes to show that any writer who is discouraged and down, feeling like they've hit their ceiling and will never amount further...that's not true. Anyone can break that ceiling and go the distance.

    For me now, my goal was to become a World Champion. And just recently, I DID want to pull of the Triple Champ feat. I did it...now what? Everything else that comes after this is just icing on the cake. I can't wait to continue with Sullivan and keep exploring all these new storylines, and feuds. There is still so much more mileage with Sullivan and Gabby, and Sullivan and Cyrus, and Sullivan and everyone else on the roster.

    Back to the show, overall, I really enjoyed the middle parts of this card. Devin Golden vs Krash, Garcia vs Hughes, Nova Diamond scoring a big win. But to end this post, I want to give a big congratulations to Jimmy and him scoring the tag team titles with his Undisputed Alliance team. The New Breed is such a deadly and talented team, and for the UA to get this huge win, it's huge momentum wise. I know Jason Randall and Penny have both been on the struggle bus recently, but Savage and Fenix just scored HUGE for team Jimmy King and I'm so looking forward to where they go from here.

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    Re: FWA Desert Storm 2019 RESULTS

    When it was decided that Sully won the main event and I won the tag titles, I pointed out that basically the champs of the fed are just Sully and then me.

    Congrats Sully, huge win for you man. I don’t know who is going to be able to stop you but whoever it is it’ll be a massive deal when it happens.

    Congrats to all of the winners, everyone did so well on this show. Both of my matches I was facing Prodigy, it was a pleasure working with you on both feuds. Same for Nova, this feud with Randall has been fun now I got to figure out where I go next with him.


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