Post by urowndisaster180 on Jul 20, 2011 0:16:09 GMT -5
CAWO Pacific Death Valley 4
The show opens up with the footage from last week – where “The Bulldozer” Aaron Bradley appears dazed as Quest climbs the turnbuckle before leaping off and getting caught with a fist to the midsection. Quest after flipping rises to his feet and meets a disappointing end as get Pancaked and his dreams of becoming CAWO United States Champion is dashed.
A Promise of Despair
Backstage now – we see the Despair Faction, Apathy and Torment, along with their manager Sympathy, who with her team standing alongside says that she, as her name implies, feels great Sympathy for the Upstarts, the CAWO Pacific Tag Team Champions. They probably believe they are an elite team, but it is just an illusion, a lie… Tonight, her team would prove that the Upstarts are just one big lie – and her team would regain their rightful place – being the bane of the existence of the rest of CAWO Pacific tag team division.
“Benedict” Arnold Ross v. Red Claw
Our opening matchup pitted two men with a contrast of styles – the more technically sound Ross against the bigger Red Claw. The fans made their dissatisfaction with each man known throughout the match, but were treated to a back and forth affair. Ross controlled early in the matchup attempting to wear down the bigger man with quick strikes followed by submission holds. Red Claw gained control off a reversal and was laying into the smaller Ross with high impact moves. Following a massive clothesline, Ross instinctively went for the low blow – the ref took exception and Ross shoved the ref, resulting in a disqualification and a disappointing end to an excellent opening match.
Red Claw defeated Ross by disqualification in 10:15 - **3/4
Turned Upside Down...
We are informed by the commentator that there was a confrontation backstage moments ago, but there is a video that must first be played to explain it. The video shows Josh Hamlin standing in what appears to be a living area, which has been completely turned upside down – oddly neatly, but still all the furniture is now sitting upside down. There is a police officer present and the two are discussing something when the camera catches Josh’s eye. He excuses himself and heads over – asking the cameraman “What do you make of this Dave?” – the cameraman responds “I don’t know, bro, it’s really weird.”
With that the video is cut – and we see Josh Hamlin has confronted the CAWO Pacific Champion and resident masked man – the Minstrel concerning this. The Minstrel laughs when Josh tells him that his whole life was literally turned upside down, but only because of the pun. The Minstrel says while it’s a very clever prank to pull, he would have done far worse and that Josh should know that… Josh eyes him for a minute and storms away – Minstrel shrugs after this and skips down the hallway.
“The Surgeon” Steven Detmer v. Phoenix Rising
This match featured a technician and a high flyer – Detmer, the more technically sound, took early control as he was able to get his hands on the smaller Rising and start to wear him down with a dragon sleeper. Rising would not be deterred for long – he was able to shake the cobwebs and provided a highlight reel corkscrew plancha onto Detmer outside the ring. Rising’s offense was exciting, but short-lived as Detmer controlled much of the match, even locking Rising in the Scalpel. Rising was able to escape, but shortly after Detmer hit a Dragon Suplex, but failed to bridge – causing a three-count and a draw.
Steven Detmer and Phoenix Rising battled to a double pin (via dragon suplex) in 9:35 ***1/4
Determination May Pay Off
“Private” Sean Ryan is standing by with an interviewer – he says how he’s looking forward to this opportunity especially considering how hard he’s had to work to make it back from the injury he incurred. He says he admires Quest, but his drive and discipline will ultimately prevail – his background has taught him failure is not an option.
“The Harbinger” William Montgomery v. Musiq Maxwell
Montgomery controlled a majority of this matchup as most of Maxwell’s offense came off of reverses and Montgomery miscues, which were few and far between. This is not to say that Maxwell did not put up a fight especially since he was able to mount a late rally and even cinch his finisher – Sweet Musiq – which Montgomery was locked into for about 30 seconds before escaping. However, Montgomery was able to clear the cobwebs and eventually put away the scrappy Maxwell with the Message.
William Montgomery pinned Musiq Maxwell with the Message in 10:21 - ****1/4
Bring It On
As the ref raises Montgomery’s arm to signal his victory, “The Strangler” Shane O’Neil comes out from the back with a microphone and calls Montgomery a coward for his actions last week. Montgomery gets his hands on a microphone and says he may be a lot of things, but a coward is not one of them – he challenges O’Neil to a streetfight later in the night and O’Neil gladly obliges.
“The Runaway” Josh Hamlin v. Ebola Zaire
With the strange circumstances surrounding Hamlin, he got knocked around quite a bit by a dangerous opponent in Zaire, who stretched the rules quite a bit employing foreign objects and tables without getting disqualified from the ref. He used the ring bell and followed it with a powerslam to score a nearfall – Hamlin saved himself by getting his foot on the ropes. Zaire went nuts – thinking the ref had made a mistake, the opening provided Hamlin the opportunity and he was able to hit an inverted DDT and follow it with the Great Escape for the win despite all the punishment he had taken.
Josh Hamlin pinned Ebola Zaire with the Great Escape in 14:27 ***3/4
A Miscarriage of Justice... Or Not...
Following the match, the Minstrel appeared from the back riding a unicycle, Hamlin was really confused at first, especially when the Minstrel started to make siren noises. Hamlin soon found that this was not a joke as the police were making their way down to the ring – Hamlin looked on disbelief, but knew better than to struggle against them as he was lead away in handcuffs – he eyed on the Minstrel, who laughed and said do not fret, I will take care of David for you, which lead to Hamlin attempting to charge at the Minstrel before being restrained and lead away.
A quick commercial for CAWO Central’s Inaugural pay-per-view Defiance and the huge CAWO announcement that is going to precede it!
CAWO Pacific Death Valley Title – “The Gamechanger” Quest v. “Private” Sean Ryan
Quest looked like he was suffering from a post-United States title match hangover as Sean Ryan took early control in this matchup. Ryan used his technical prowess to neutralize the athletically gifted Quest, but was only able to hold back the talent for so long. As Quest was battling back – he tossed Ryan from the ring following a scissor kick – to plot his next move. The ref confronted Quest about tossing his opponent out and while distracted – Red Claw came from under the ring and DDTed Ryan on the concrete floor, knocking him unconscious and eventually leading to him being counted out.
Quest defeated Sean Ryan by countout in 06:03 - **3/4 [Quest retained the CAWO Pacific Valley Title]
Did You Catch the Number of That...
In the parking lot, Shane O’Neil stands looking around, aware that he may be in for more than just a visit from William Montgomery. Montgomery appears and O’Neil starts run at him after some provoking by Montgomery, just as he’s about to collide with Montgomery – the Minstrel appears from behind a car and cracks him with the unicycle he had earlier in the night. Montgomery and the Minstrel promptly go to work wailing on the downed O’Neil.
CAWO Pacific Tag Team Titles - The Upstarts v. The Despair Faction
Apathy and Sullivan started off and Sullivan started with the advantage for the champs – eager to disprove what their opponents said earlier in the night. Sullivan nailed a series of kicks in the corner and delivered a top-rope Frankensteiner before tagging out to Dreesen, who went to work on Apathy. The momentum of the match turned when Apathy was able to tag in Torment, who took control of Dreesen and began to wear him down. Dreesen never got out of the match from the early tag – he was able to regain control after Apathy was tagged back in, but Apathy was able to use his agility to counter a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker with a backslide, which caught Dreesen by surprise for the cover and the three count.
The Despair Faction (Apathy and Torment) defeated the Upstarts (Jeremy Sullivan and Jack Dreesen) when Apathy pinned Dreesen after a backslide in 09:38 - **3/4 [The Despair Faction won the CAWO Pacific Tag Team Titles]
Apathy, Torment and Sympathy celebrated in the middle of the ring as Sullivan tried to console Dreesen on the outside, who was visibly upset at the loss on counter-pinning combination. Sullivan can be seen telling his partner that they’ll be back – they’ll be back.
Tune in next week to CAWO Pacific Death Valley – as we attempt to sort out the Josh Hamlin arrest, check on the status of Shane O’Neil following tonight’s vicious attack, plus Ebola Zaire challenging Quest for the Pacific Death Valley Title and a huge announcement concerning the CAWO Pacific’s shot at the World Heavyweight Title.
Post by urowndisaster180 on Jul 20, 2011 18:05:48 GMT -5
CAWO Atlantic Coastal Warning 5
You Can’t Even Save Yourself
The words come in over the black screen – “She’s all alone” – and we saw John McDonough sprinting down the aisle towards the back. We open up and see McDonough being restrained or, rather, attempting to be restrained by security as Ryan McCain lay in a heap on the floor – bloodied. McDonough shouts words the majority of which are censored out and before he finally takes off down the hall he escapes and gives a couple of boots to McCain – shouting “Next week, we’re in the ring where no one can save you.”
Tremor v. “Epitaph” Evan Reed
Evan Reed was wide-eyed at the beginning of match facing a monster the size of Tremor and attempted to use quick escapes and counters, but eventually Tremor got hold of him and the match was rather one sided from that point on. Tremor managed to use his sheer size and strength to wear down Reed with a punishing bearhug – Reed did not submit there, but was clearly not the same following that. Tremor was able to put him away with a jack-knife power bomb, which folded him like an accordion.
Tremor pinned Evan Reed after a jack-knife power bomb in 08:31 - **3/4
Devin Atkins is backstage with an interviewer looking confident – the interviewer asks him how he can be so self-assured when he’s facing a man like Diabolous. Atkins says it’s not in his nature to know fear, but to embrace the rush of the challenge before him. He said he’s met this challenge before and although he failed to secure a win, he knows he’s capable of competing with and ultimately defeating Diabolous in the ring tonight!
The Tex-Mex-Express v. Hardcore Havoc – Final Match of the Round Robin Tournament
This match was one of the better tag team matches you’d ever see as both team made swift tags and used double team moves to gain the upper hand – further there was a ton of back and forth action. Nino and Blackheart managed late in the matchup to isolate Gash Stevens and use almost every move in the book to put him away, but the Hardcore Havoc manager Holly Hox continuously got involved by distracting the referee or putting Stevens’ foot on the rope. Nino went over to say something to he and that allows Gash to pull an inside cradle for a nearfall. After Gash unwisely decided to not tag out, Nino was able to reassert control with a kneelift and hit the Caliente! Caliente!, which Gash was somehow able to kick out of. The match ended moments later after the Tex-Mex Express had just executed a vicious spike piledriver – with a time limit draw.
The Tex-Mex Express and Hardcore Havoc battled to a time limit draw in 20:00 - ****
Hardcore Havoc celebrated after the match as though they had just won the titles – although Gash after the beating he took was a shell of his former self – as they had won the Round Robin Tournament and would face Carnivale for the CAWO Atlantic Tag Team Titles!
To the Victor Goes the Spoils
Backstage, the United States Champion “Bulldozer” Aaron Bradley is walking down the hall when he is bumped into by the former United States Champion “The Innovator” Trey Shaw. Bradley eyes Shaw and then smiles at the man he defeated for the title a few weeks ago – how’s things been, buddy? – he asks the former champion. Shaw, a cool customer, smiled back at Bradley – bigger and better things, my friend, bigger and better things – he replied before walking off as Bradley stood there rolling his eyes.
“The Innovator” Trey Shaw v. “The Archer” Vinny Azzaro
Although, Shaw did not show it backstage the run-in with Bradley must’ve lit a fire as he came out like a house of fire on Azzaro, who struggled to gain his footing in the match in the early going. Shaw scored a nearfall following a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker that left the crowd stunned. Azzaro, a true fighter, fought back to gain control later in the match and scored a nearfall after nailing his finisher the Arrow, which Shaw was able to kick out of. Later in the match, the fight went to the outside, where Shaw was able to gain control with a full nelson faceslam, which left Azzaro unconscious, Shaw rolled him into the ring and hit the End of Days for the cover and the win.
Trey Shaw pinned Vinny Azzaro with the End of Days in 13:38 - ***1/2
Champs Return and a Bout for Revenge
In the office of CAWO Atlantic CEO, Xaiver Wilford, who makes an announcement that Carnivale will defend the CAWO Atlantic Tag Team Titles against the round robin tournament winners – Hardcore Havoc! Also, Wilford says that John McDonough will get his wish as he will take on Ryan McCain in a non-title bout next week!
“Jackass” Jimmy Lane v. Tragedy – CAWO Coastal Warning Title Match
Tragedy returning from an injury he suffered in a three-way match involving Lane quickly went to work attempting to dissect the goofball by focusing on his back with a combination of high-impact moves and submission moves like the Canadian Backbreaker and Boston Crab. Although, these moves took a lot of Lane and he was showing the effects throughout the match he managed to mount spurts of offense including a springboard dropkick that electrified the crowd. When Tragedy regained the momentum, following a vicious Western Lariat, Lane made a desperation low blow and hit the Mule Kick for the cover and the victory.
Jimmy Lane pinned Tragedy with the Mule Kick in 10:31 ****1/4 [Jimmy Lane retains the CAWO Coastal Warning Title]
Opportunity Knocks Twice…
Backstage Jordan West is staring in the mirror – through the mirror he sees the cameraman and smiles. This is all about opportunity he says – all about the chance to seize the moment. I will not let this pass again.
“Aerial Artistry” Devin Atkins v. Diabolous - #1 Contender for the CAWO Atlantic Regional Title
Attempting to learn from his previous encounter with Diabolous, Atkins attempted to strike quickly early in this match with a spinning leg lariat and ropeflip moonsault that scored a nearfall. However, Diabolous gained his footing sooner rather than later after a big time clothesline, followed by a massive power bomb. Diabolous pounded on the smaller Atkins for sometime and appeared to have the match won after hitting his finisher – the Straight to Hell – but Atkins would not allow his shoulders to stay down. Atkins would regain control of the match following a sunset flip and followed a flying clothesline with his finisher the Bullseye, which produced only a long two count. At this point both men were weary, which played into the hands of Diabolous as Atkins highflying moves were less quick and his second attempt at the Bullseye produced a sidestep followed by the Straight to Hell again and a victory for Diabolous in what was an absolute war!
Diabolous pinned Atkins with the Straight to Hell in 18:58 - ****3/4
Just Like Norm
Backstage, Xaiver Wilford’s office where the CAWO Atlantic Coastal Warning Champion “Jackass” Jimmy Lane and his best friend – and right hand – Invaisible Bob have just stormed in. Lane through Bob demands respect and an explanation as to why Lane is like the Norm McDonald of the CAWO Atlantic, no recognition, no respect, amazing talent and an adequate dancer too. Wilford smiles and says he actually has a surprise for Lane next week – he thinks he’ll like – both in terms of competition and announcement!
“Bulldozer” Aaron Bradley v. “The Catalyst” Jordan West
The crowd was anxious as was West, who appeared tentative in his quest for the CAWO United States Title, Bradley went to work right away with a powerslam and a splash for a nearfall. Bradley was in control for much of the early part of the match before West managed to reverse a German Suplex for a nearfall. West built momentum and scored another nearfall following a crossbody block. Bradley got back control swinging neckbreaker as West dropped his head too soon, West was clearly dazed so Bradley went for the Pancaked!, but West reversed it with a DDT. Later following, an impressive cradle suplex on a larger opponent– West nailed the Changing of the Times for the cover, the count and the crowning of a new CAWO UNITED STATES CHAMPION!
Jordan West pinned Aaron Bradley with the Changing of the Times in 9:37 - ***1/2 [West won the CAWO United States Title]
West was handed the belt and dropped to his knees as the crowd roared its approval. West eventually made his way to each turnbuckle holding the belt aloft as the crowd roared its approval for its regional star and now CAWO Untied States Champion!
Tune in next week as we find out what surprises Xaiver Wilford has in store for Jimmy Lane, the return of the CAWO Tag Team Champions – Carnivale – as they battle Hardcore Havoc, and “The Aftermath” John McDonough seeks to settle the score in the ring with “The Franchise” Ryan McCain.
I have to commend you on the depth of this circuit. It's going to take me a long while to catch up and read it all, but I can tell there has been a lot of work put into it.
I'm usually not a huge fan of fantasy wrestler circuits or circuits that try to have multiple brands, but I'm willing to give this a shot. From the quick scanning I did, it looks like a well written circuit, and that's always a welcome addition on the board.
I have to commend you on the depth of this circuit. It's going to take me a long while to catch up and read it all, but I can tell there has been a lot of work put into it.
I'm usually not a huge fan of fantasy wrestler circuits or circuits that try to have multiple brands, but I'm willing to give this a shot. From the quick scanning I did, it looks like a well written circuit, and that's always a welcome addition on the board.
I'm glad I was able to entice you - I'm actually extremely pleased I've had the chance to pick it up again after a long hiatus.
I know fantasy wrestler circuits are not a big draw, but I think this circuit does a pretty decent job of giving you background on the wrestlers as is necessary.
Any suggestions and constructive criticism is well appreciated.
Just got done reading Red Dawn and the first Coastal Warning.
It is going to take me a long time to get all the names down. It also would be handy to have a list of who are heels/faces or something. It's kind of like reading blind since I have no idea of the backstory on most of the wrestlers.
I almost wish you would have stuck with one/two circuits because there are a ton of wrestlers to get to know. I would probably have a hard time with a fantasy circuit with 20 wrestlers, let alone three circuits and over 45 wrestlers. Plus, it makes it seem like there are tons of titles just running around.
I just wanted to get that out of the way because I am really enjoying it so far. It's a lot of work to keep track of everything right now, but I know the more I read the more I will get into it. It seems like you are really enjoying what you are doing, and it comes across in your writing.
The format you have is really nice and easy to read. I like the italics for the match write-up, the bold headlines of what is going on, and so forth.
I liked the fact you put an "Unbooked" marker next to the tag title match. I'm not a huge fan of unbooked matches, but I didn't mind it so much here at the beginning of a circuit. Plus, I like the fact you told people that this specific match is unbooked.
Despite some of the criticisms above (which are my own hang-ups), I can tell I'm really going to enjoy this.
As for the wrestlers, really getting a kick out of Oswald and McCain. I liked McCain acting like he didn't want Oswald's help on Day 1, but then paying the favor back by helping Oswald win the World Title. Good stuff.
How you keep track of all of this stuff is far beyond me.
So, I'm going to go back to reading some more.
Oh, one thing that did seem a bit odd to me is the way you are posting match results? It might take me awhile to get use to it. Just wondering, why did you decide to stray away from direct copy/paste of what TNM gives you?
Post by urowndisaster180 on Jul 21, 2011 12:58:24 GMT -5
Truth be told on the match results - never got how to copy and paste them - so I just write them down and reproduce them. I may change/lose a word or two in the translation so that explains the inconsistency.
Post by urowndisaster180 on May 31, 2012 23:10:44 GMT -5
CAWO Press Conference Before CAWO Central Defiance
Xaiver Wilford: The CAWO has been such a success since its formation that we feel the time is right and opportune to expand our reach – we’ve decided to accept another region, which will reach out to every corner of our planet and touch the markets where we really believe the council can grow and provide entertainment to a new and diverse set of fans.
Today, myself, Steve Skinner and Danny Clark are pleased announce the addition of CAWO International and its chief investor and CEO Hajime Ito to the Council of Affiliated Wrestling Organizations. Please join us in welcoming Mr. Ito and his new and exciting brand to the CAWO.
Hajime Ito: Thank you, Mr. Wilford, for your very kind welcome and to all of you out there for welcoming me. I would just like to address some formalities about my region – it will function in the normal CAWO Title schedule rotation, just as any other region. It will also feature two individual titles and a tag team title as the other three regions do.
The three titles are – the CAWO International Division Title; the CAWO World’s Collide Title and the CAWO International Division Tag Titles. The region will do three month tours of Japan, Europe, Canada and Mexico on a yearly basis and will feature superstars from those four locations.
The reason why we have all decided to introduce the region at Defiance instead of at CAWO The Killing Moon is because my fellow partners have been kind enough to introduce the International Division’s talent the in the week leading up to The Killing Moon. The opening round matches of the CAWO International Division Title Tournament will be seen on Coastal Warning, Slaughterhouse and Death Valley. The final two rounds will be seen as a part of the line-up at CAWO The Killing Moon!
Thank you and please welcome, Mr. Daniel Clark, to tell you another exciting detail about the upcoming CAWO-Wide event.
Daniel Clark: Hello all of you, I would just like to thank, on behalf of my fellow region heads, Steve Skinner for hosting this little press conference and congratulate him on putting together an absolutely ridiculous card tonight. The second announcement regarding The Killing Moon is that there will be an elimination tag match featuring a team from each region including CAWO International Division.
Each region will designate a World Title representative, a United States Title representative and a World Tag Team Title representative. The surviving members of the winning team will receive their respective title matches for their respective region.
This will be the CAWO Civil War Match!
CAWO The Killing Moon – featuring: Semi-Final #1 of CAWO International Division Title Tournament Semi-Final #2 of CAWO International Division Title Tournament CAWO Civil War Match Finals of the CAWO International Division Title Tournament
CAWO CENTRAL DEFIANCE!
Flashback to last week’s CAWO Central Slaughterhouse as members of the Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers, Sex & Violence and Abomination are mixing it up in the ring when Steve Skinner appears on the ramp and yells “Enough!” into his microphone. He explains that since there was no decision in the matchup that all three teams would face off at Defiance!
The Crowd explodes as the event goes live with a full display of pyrotechnics and the Defiance! Banner appearing over the ring.
Kaz Suriki v. “Peerless” Michael Lorenz - #1 Contender for the CAWO Slaughterhouse Title
Suriki got off to a quick start using a combination of thrust, spin, and a superkick to gain an early advantage and a nearfall. Suriki was in control for much of the early part of the match, but Lorenz was able to catch him with a low blow, which turned the tide of the match allowing him to utilize a technical assault on the smaller wrestler, which involved a combination of suplexes and an STF, which was locked in for a little over a minute before Suriki could reach the ropes.
Suriki was never really able to seize control again after that. Lorenz, following a Tornado DDT, was able to pin Suriki for a three count after the Peerless Press. Lorenz pinned Suriki with the Peerless Press in 12:18 **3/4
Backstage a black limo pulls up in the parking lot and after sitting for a couple of moments three members of the Empirical State emerge – the CAWO World Heavyweight Champion J.W. Oswald and the co-number one contenders for the CAWO World Tag Team Championship Sex & Violence.
Oswald as always is wearing a confident smile as he’s approached by an interviewer. Oswald says tonight will be when the ultimate goal of the Empirical State comes one step closer to fruition – when they will hoist two-thirds of the CAWO Titles!
“The Uprising” Chase Riley v. Arian - #1 Contender for the CAWO United States Titles
The match started with the two men trading blows before Riley was able to seize the upperhand after a kick to the midsection and DDT put Arian down. Riley was able to nab a nearfall following a belly-to-belly superplex, which stunned Arian.
Arian would gain control for the first time following a spear and a short clothesline. Arian almost had the match won following a double underhook pildedriver, but Riley was able to kickout. Riley was able to fight back and the two men ended up toe-to-toe again and Arian managed to seize the upperhand and was going for a gutwrench suplex when Riley managed to reverse it via a Northern Lights Suplex for the three count, the victory and the shot at the United States Title.
Riley pinned Arian with the Northern Lights Suplex in 12:33 ***1/2
Backstage an interviewer is waiting outside the lockerroom of Armand Arkynson – inside we see Armand pounding away on a heavybag. Armand states that he’s going to make Lazarus wish he had never risen and make certain that he never rises again. Just as Armand was about to say that his reign begins tonight – suddenly the large man grabbed at his ears and started screaming in agony. As the cameraman turned, there was a large shadow standing in the doorway.
Epic v. Cannibal – CAWO Central Slaughterhouse Title Match Cannibal rushed at Epic to start the match attempting an avalanche and Epic was able to side-step and seize early control – twice showing remarkable displays of strength with a chokeslam and powerslam of the large Cannibal. Cannibal was able to gain control once Epic went to set up a table and was able to get belly-to-back suplex.
Cannibal was able to control the match for quite some time even managing to set Epic up on a table before he was able to move out of the way. Following this escape Epic was able to regain control for a brief time – peaking with a jack-knife power bomb, but could only get the table set-up before momentum shifted again.
After Cannibal whipped Epic from guardrail to guardrail – he placed Epic on the table, got a running start and went for the Feast, but Epic was able to slide out of the way and Cannibal put himself through the table and Epic retained his title!
Epic defeated Cannibal by putting him through a table in 16:31 ***3/4
Enjoy the Show
Juan Castillas is backstage unbuttoning his collared shirt and preparing to get ready for tonight – he says that while he may be the underdog and may not have the posse that Oswald has – he has all the fans of the CAWO Central behind him and he has the most pure ability of anyone in the arena tonight. Tonight – everyone would get to enjoy the Whole Damn Show!
The Freebirds v. The Riot Squad – CAWO Central Tag Team Titles
Jay Evans started the match off against Frankie Knox with Evans seizing control with a series of forearm smashes and then following up with a powerslam before making a quick tag to his partner Ricky Warren and executing a spike piledriver for a nearfall. Ricky held control nailing Knox with a shoulderblock and series of stomps before sneaking in a double team behind the refs back and then tagging out to Jay Evans again.
Knox managed to quell the assault with a spear and to make the tag to Jocko Sparx who nailed a dropkick on Evans and followed up with a legdrop for a nearfall. Sparx continued to regain control for his team with a gutwrench suplex and followed it with a DDT stunning Evans and getting a nearfall.
While Sparx strutted around the ring Evans managed to come from behind and hit a belly-to-back suplex and tag in his partner. Sparx was stunned and the Riot Squad manager Holly Hox attempted to distract the referee as Warren was tagged in and wrapped up Evans in a small package. The ref had none of it and counted 1,2,3 for new tag team champions!
Freebirds [Jay Evans and Ricky Warren] defeated the Riot Squad [Jocko Sparx and Frankie Knox] when Warren pinned Jocko after a small package in 10:11 **1/4
[Freebirds win the CAWO Central Tag Team Championship]
Backstage the Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers – Ian and Evan McCullen – are engaged in an intense video-watching session. No not opponent film, but watching music videos from the early to mid 2000s – this one in particular is AFI “The Leaving Song Part II” upon seeing a spinning kick in the video, both of them stand up and execute the kick simultaneously before giving each other a leaping hi-five.
“The Walking Dead” Lazarus v. “The Assassin” Armand Arkynson – CAWO Central Regional Title – Cage Match (Pinfalls Only)
The two men were staring in the middle of the ring as the cage was lowered – before long they were trading blows with Lazarus seizing the upper hand with a flurry of punches and following it up with a roundhouse kick, which sent Lazarus stumbling into the cage. Lazarus then stepped right into a belly-to-belly suplex and a nearfall. Arkynson was relentless – raking Lazarus’s head across the cage and opening him up.
Arkynson, however, lost momentum when Lazarus was able to gouge his eyes and Lazarus immediately put Arkynson down hard with a jack-knife power bomb, which followed a kick to the midsection. Lazarus regained his feet first and quickly went to work putting Arkynson down with a gutbuster, which sent him rolling around the ring. Lazarus then executed a choke, which had Arkynson kicking. Lazarus covered and only got a two count. Lazarus was not deterred putting his opponent with high impact moves like the spinebuster and reverse neckbreaker which lead to another nearfall. Lazarus decided to go up top and attempt a flying clothesline, but Arkynson ducked and was able to regain control with a bulldog.
Arkynson worked his opponent over well – with a dragon sleeper, which almost took the life out of the Walking Dead.
Arkynson took advantage of his opponent’s weakened state with a double underhook DDT and covered for a two count. Arkynson could not put his opponent away though – even after hitting his finisher Lazarus managed to kickout.
Arkynson frustrated had a suplex reversed and Lazarus seized control, dragging Arkynson’s face across the cage and busting him open. Lazarus after a short clothesline went for the Last Breath, but Arkynson was able to kick him off and hit the Assasin’s Creed again and get the 1,2,3 to become the NEW CAWO Central Regional Champion!
Cage Match – Pinfalls Only – Arkynson defeated Lazarus after the Assassin’s Creed in 27:49 ****1/4 [Arkynson wins the CAWO Central Regional Championship]
Abomination v. The Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers v. Sex & Violence – CAWO World Tag Team Title Match
Wraith and Evan McCullen started out this match with Wraith grabbing the early advantage following an inverted atomic drop and Western Lariat to follow. He quickly tagged The Apparition who went up top and nailed a flying dropkick for a nearfall early in the match. The Apparition hit the outside of the right and nailed a springboard legdrop before tagging in Steve Sire.
Sire went to work wearing down Evan with a reverse chinlock, which Ian came in and broke up – while Ian was being escorted back Avant entered the ring and executed a double clothesline. Sire tagged in Avant and he quickly put Evan down with a swinging neckbreaker for a nearfall. Evan was able to regain some momentum by reversing a snap suplex and rolling Avant up for a small package.
Evan made the tag to Ian and Avant tagged in Wraith – who was met with a superkick. Ian quickly hit the ropes and came with a cross body block, which put Wraith down for a two count. Wraith was able to stop Ian’s momentum with a fallaway slam and laid the boots to the smaller McCullen brother. Wraith tagged in The Apparition and they executed a Three D which lead to a nearfall, broken up by Evan.
Abomination worked over on Ian for quite a while before Ian was able to hit a spinning heel kick and put down Wraith long enough to make the tag to Christian Avant, who bulldozed the larger wraith with a spear. Avant hit a backbreaker, which lead to a nearfall. Avant was in control for much of the time he and Wraith were in the ring and scored another nearfall on a Northern Lights Suplex.
Wraith was able to reverse a German Suplex with a go behind and drove his forearm into Avant’s back. Wraith, who was in bad shape tagged out to Evan McCullen, who caught Avant going to his corner and hit an atomic drop sending him into the corner where Ian was waiting. As Avant stumbled out, Evan tagged in Ian and the brothers executed the German Speed Metal XxX Breakdown – Ian pinned Avant for the 1,2,3 as the other teams could not make the save and new CAWO World Tag Team Champions were crowned!
The Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers [Ian and Evan McCullen] defeated Abomination [The Apparition and Wraith] and Sex& Violence [Steve Sire and Christian Avant] when Ian pinned Avant via German Speed Metal XxX Breakdown in 21:17 **** [The Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers win the CAWO World Tag Team Championships]
“The Devil Himself” J.W. Oswald v. “The Whole Damn Show” Juan Castillas – CAWO World Heavyweight Title Match
Castillas came out like a house on fire – executing quick strike moves against Oswald and gaining the upperhand. After a German Suplex, he scored a nearfall. He continued his assault by following Oswald into a corner with a big Stinger Splash. Oswald was reeling and Castillas hit a bulldog, which sent the crowd into a frenzy as the ref nearly counted three.
Oswald was able to regain his composure following an illegal low blow, which sent the crowd into a different kind of frenzy. With Castillas’ momentum slowed, Oswald could go to work and his drove his challenger down with authority using a full nelson faceslam. He followed it up with an armdrag takedown for a nearfall.
As Castillas rose to his feet Oswald hit him with a kick to the midsection and hit a scissor kick, which drove the challenger down to the mat face first. Oswald stalked over his opponent and executed a camel clutch, which he kept on for well over a minute, but Castillas found a way to break the hold. Oswald, after a series of ground based maneuvers, lined up Castillas for the Devil’s Owned, but Castillas managed to duck and put the champion down with a spin heel kick and followed that with a sunset flip for a two count.
Feeling the momentum build in his favor Castillas hit a slingshot dropkick and went for the cover again, but came up with only two. After a Russian Legsweep, Castillas headed upstairs for the Showstopper, but Oswald caught him on the top rope and drove him down violently with a Top Rope DDT. Both men were slow to their feet, but Oswald was prepared and hit the Devil’s Own for a the 1,2,3 and the victory to retain the CAWO World Heavyweight Title.
Oswald pinned Castillas with the Devil’s Own in 17:33 ****3/4
As Oswald celebrated in the ring – his stablemates, Steve Sire and Christian Avant joined him in the ring to lift him up onto their shoulders with the CAWO World Heavyweight Title lifted high into the air. Before the fade away – three men appear on the ramp – Lazarus, Wraith and The Apparition – they take off down the ramp all six men brawl inside the ring as the screen goes dark.
Card Rating: ****1/4
Be sure to tune in next for CAWO Central Slaughterhouse for all the fallout from Defiance and additional details regarding the second CAWO pay-per-view! Plus, the U.S. Champion will be in the building!
Post by urowndisaster180 on Jun 1, 2012 11:13:34 GMT -5
CAWO Pacific Death Valley 5
Images of the prior CAWO Pacific Death Valley flash across the screen with the first being Josh Hamlin being lead out in handcuffs by police. Followed by the image of Shane O’Neil getting attacked in the parking lot by the Minstrel. Lastly, the Despair Faction celebrating their win and the beginning of their reign as CAWO Pacific Tag Team Champions!
Judge and Jury
The crowd explodes as the head of the promotion Danny Clark is already in the ring. He states that last week Josh Hamlin was held out in handcuffs and some serious charges have been levied against him, thus, he will be placed on indefinite suspension until the legal situation has been resolved. The crowd booed vehemently.
Clark also stated that several other wrestlers have exhibited unruly behavior namely The Minstrel and William Montgomery and that they would be held accountable tonight as they would have to faceoff with the former CAWO Pacific Tag Team Champions – the Upstarts in tonight’s main event.
Musiq Maxwell v. Sumo
Last time these two met was at Pacific Air Raid and it was quite an entertaining bout, but this time Maxwell got caught by Sumo early with a high impact sidewalk slam and was never really able to find his legs. The bigger Sumo wore down his opponent with a combination of submission moves utilizing his strength and big-time moves like the powerslam and legdrops utilizing his size.
Maxwell in desperation did mount an attack after ducking under a Sumo clothesline attempt as he hit a shoulderblock, which sent the big man reeling – after a series of rights and lefts he attempted a suplex, but could not get the bigger man up. Sumo was able to regain control with a side suplex and eventually finish off Maxwell with the Sumo Attack for the pin in an impressive display.
Sumo pinned Musiq after the Sumo Attack at 7:21 **1/4
Backstage the Minstrel sits laughing at a younger man juggling in a clown mask – after the young man has completed the juggling act – the Minstrel walks over and pats the little clown on the head, telling him that he did “a wonderful job, Daniel” and that “Josh must’ve forgotten to teach him juggling.” The young clown is seemingly unresponsive. The Minstrel goes onto state that he wants to be a positive influence in the boy’s life unlike “some common criminal.”
“The Surgeon” Steve Detmer v. Rising - #1 Contender for Death Valley Title
Last week’s match ended in a double pinning combination, but this time the stakes were higher as the winner would face the CAWO Pacific Death Valley Champion next week – with the stakes raised Detmer immediately tried to keep his opponent grounded with a cobra clutch that almost put the match away. He followed that with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker which dazzled the crowd and capitalized on his injured opponent with a half Boston.
Rising was able to make it to the ropes and reverse a backdrop with a sunset flip, which scored a nearfall. A couple of dropkicks had Detmer reeling and another nearfall came following a superkick. Rising sized up his opponent and drilled Detmer right in the jaw with a flying dropkick – sensing victory Rising covered and scored the 1,2,3 to the crowd’s delight.
Rising pinned Detmer after a flying dropkick at 9:12 ***
The announcers at ringside state that Shane O’Neil is recuperating at home under the orders of Danny Clark after last week’s vicious attack at the hands of the Minstrel and William Montgomery. However, next week O’Neil will get his opportunity for revenge as he will face off against William Montgomery for the region’s CAWO World Heavyweight Title shot.
Abomination v. West Coast Connection
Following the end of their CAWO World Tag Team Championship title reign – Wraith and The Apparition were right back at it. Essence started off against The Apparition and quickly went to work with a belly-to-belly suplex and a tag out to his partner, who executed a double clothesline. D Money quickly hit a legdrop and covered for only a one count. D Money stayed aggressive though and covered again following a brainbuster and received a two count.
The Apparition was able to mount some offense though following a face rake – he hit a spinning heel kick and followed that up with a flying cross body press for a two count. He tagged out to his partner Wraith and the two executed a lethal spiked piledriver, which lead to a nearfall. Wraith was not looking to play around here and quickly executed a thunderous shoulderbreaker. Wraith taunted Essence before nailing D Money with the In Flames for the cover, the pin and the win.
Abomination defeated West Coast Connection when Wraith pinned D Money via In Flames at 8:47
The Champs Strike
After the match as Abomination got together in the ring to celebrate, out of the crowd, from behind came the Despair Faction, who slid into the ring and laid out Abomination with their CAWO Pacific Tag Team Championship Belts. Apathy could be seen yelling at The Apparition that this was their region and the next time they meet Abomination would be going home beaten and depressed.
Abroad Conflict at Home
Backstage an interviewer is with Sean Ryan, who is angry about last week’s attack by Red Claw, which cost him the chance to walk out with the Death Valley Title. He stated that it takes a jealous coward to rob an opportunity like that from a man and that he would love to teach him a thing or two at the upcoming pay-per-view. With that Red Claw came from behind and drilled Sean Ryan with a vicious chairshot before saying “I accept, you whiny American scum” and tossing the chair to the side.
CAWO Pacific Death Valley Title Match – Ebola Zaire v. “The Gamechanger” Quest
The athletic Quest came right at the bizarre Zaire with a series of punches before putting him down with a roundhouse kick. Quest kept on the assault with a sit-down powerbomb, which scored him a two count. He tossed Zaire out of the ring and Zaire was able to regroup following a count of 8 – Zaire managed to seize control following full nelson suplex and showed great athleticism in hitting a standing moonsault for a two count.
The match continued back and forth with Quest seizing control next with a DDT and following it up with the a flying elbowdrop, which scored him a long two count. Quest quickly slapped his hands together at the ref before continuing his assault with a running forearm smash for another nearfall.
Quest’s frustrations were starting to build as he placed Zaire on the top rope and although Zaire resisted – nailed a superplex – after a moment for recovery, Quest covered, but still could only muster a two count. Quest eyed the ref, but stayed onto the attack with a scissor kick and followed that by attempting a power bomb, but Zaire reversed.
Zaire, on his last legs caught Quest with a kick the midsection and nailed the Injection for a quick cover and the CAWO Pacific Death Valley Title!
Zaire defeated Quest via the Injection at 14:52 **** [Zaire won the CAWO Pacific Death Valley Title]
Main Event – The Minstrel & “The Harbinger” William Montgomery v. The Upstarts
The Minstrel started off against Sullivan and quickly took the upperhand with a dropkick and superkick, which sent the big man down. The Minstrel relentless hit the ropes and springboard off nailing an elbow smash, which rocked the bigger Sullivan. He tagged out to Montgomery who hit a legsweep and followed it with an elbowdrop from the second turnbuckle for a two count. Montgomery taunted Dreesen as he tagged out to the Minstrel and the two executed a double suplex.
The Minstrel went upstairs, but tried for the No Laughing Matter too soon as Sullivan was able to roll away. Sullivan sent Minstrel to his corner and followed in with a Stinger Splash before tagging in to Dreesen as the pair executed a double clothesline. Dreesen put down the Minstrel hard with a Death Valley Driver for a two count. Dreesen stayed on the attack scoring another nearfall after a chokeslam.
The Minstrel after a low blow while the ref was distracted by Montgomery was able to tag out to Montgomery who came with a neck snap and followed it with a sleeperhold, which Dreesen struggled to break, but eventually did. Montgomery remained in control, however hitting a jawbreaker for a near fall.
Dreesen managed to reach his corner after ducking under a clothesline and hitting a spear on Montgomery. Sullivan went right to the top and hit a flying cross body for a two count. Montgomery was stunned, but not out as he was able to regain control following a go-behind and big time belly-to-back suplex.
He gave the sign for the Message, but was distracted as Shane O’Neil appeared at ringside and attacked the Minstrel while the ref’s back was turned – Sullivan was able to sneak up behind with an inside cradle and score the 1, 2, 3 for the victory.
The Upstarts [Jeremy Sullivan and Jack Dreesen] defeated The Minstrel and William Montgomery when Sullivan pinned Montgomery with an inside cradle at 16:53 **** [O’Neil interfered against The Minstrel]
After the match, O’Neil slid into the ring as Montgomery was yelling at the ref and cinched in the Stranglehold. Montgomery’s arms were flailing as he quickly went down to the ground after a moment. As the show closed O’Neil stood over his passed out victim!
Tune in next week as Ebola Zaire defends his newly won CAWO Pacific Death Valley Title against Phoenix Rising! Also, in the main event, Shane O’Neil and William Montgomery faceoff for the right to compete for the CAWO World Heavyweight Title, plus more word on the status of Josh Hamlin!
Post by urowndisaster180 on Jun 7, 2012 15:20:23 GMT -5
CAWO Atlantic Coastal Warning 6
The show opens up with the same footage that opened up last week – “The Aftermath” John McDonough viciously attacking “The Franchise” Ryan McCain for harassing and threatening his wife. The voice Xaiver Wilford plays over the footage stating that the two will face off this week.
The camera cuts to John McDonough, who is backstage walking with his wife, Katrina, and “Aerial Artistry” Devin Atkins in tow behind him. He opens the lockerroom door and let’s his wife into the room. Before John shuts the door, he thanks Devin for doing this favor – to which Devin replies that it is not a problem and he’d keep look out.
Tremor v. “Gentleman” Christopher Thomas
Thomas was still mugging for the crowd when the match began and caught in the corner with an avalanche from Tremor, which sent him stumbling away from the turnbuckle and into Tremor’s waiting arms for a fallaway slam. Tremor nailed a legdrop for a nearfall. Thomas never really regained his footing and after a forceful powerslam, Tremor hit the Earth Will Shake for the 1,2,3.
Tremor pinned Thomas with the Earth Will Shake at 5:31 **
Reign of Terror
Backstage an interviewer met with Diabolous who stated that he was eagerly anticipating his coronation as the CAWO Atlantic Regional Champion and the reign of darkness, which would befall the region. He said the Covenant of Darkness has been moving slowly, spreading its influence and infecting the hearts of the people one-by-one and soon it would claim another victim.
Ask and You Shall Receive
Xaiver Wilford reiterates the announcement from Defiance that at CAWO The Killing Moon, there will be a Civil War Match where each region will appoint four competitors to serve as its representatives. The surviving wrestlers from the winning region will receive their region’ respective CAWO title matches – with one wrestler being designated as the World Title representative, one being the United States Title representative and the tag team being the World Tag Team representative.
Wilford goes on to state that last week Jimmy Lane was begging for a step-up in competition and as the undefeated Coast Warning Champion – he will receive a reward as the CAWO Atlantic’s United States Title representative at CAWO The Killing Moon. He will also receive a challenge tonight and if he survives next week – tonight he will face “Aerial Artistry” Devin Atkins and next week the champion will face “The Innovator” Trey Shaw.
The Poet v. VooDoo
The Poet was attempting to seize early control in this match, but nothing he did seemed to have much effect on VooDoo. A series of punches and kicks were shrugged off and VooDoo reversed a belly-to-back attempt with a go-behind a powerful forearm smash to the back. A belly-to-belly suplex shook the ring and resulted in a nearfall for VooDoo. VooDoo locked the Poet in a sleeper and almost scored the win, but the Poet was able to keep his arm up and break the hold.
The Poet mounted a small attack by sweeping VooDoo’s legs out and hitting an elbowdrop from the second rope for a two count. But all was for naught as VooDoo regained control after interference by the Witchdoctor and drove The Poet hard to the mat with a sidewalk slam, which shocked the crowd with its impact and scored the win.
VooDoo defeated the Poet after a sidewalk slam in 8:39 **1/4
Outside of the lockerroom we saw earlier – Devin Atkins is in the hallway getting loose for his match later in the evening, but still standing watch. Down the hall in business attire is Ryan McCain, who is on his cell phone as he walks by – Devin eyes him carefully. McCain hangs up and asks Devin “What is your problem?” Devin responds authoritatively that McCain needs cut the s--- and be a man about this. McCain states once again that he’s had nothing to do with this nonsense and this is not his style, but if Atkins wasn’t careful he’d see what McCain is capable of before walking off.
“The Archer” Vinny Azzaro v. Tragedy
Tragedy took the early advantage in this matchup and as he looked to rebound from last week – making Azzaro’s head snap back viciously with a kneelift for a nearfall. Tragedy also hit a Death Valley Driver, which drew boos from the crowd and scored another nearfall. Azzaro would rebound though with by catching Tragedy with his head down and hitting a swinging neckbreaker. Azzaro followed that with a double-arm DDT.
The action spilled outside and Azzaro electrified the crowd with a corkscrew plancha – both men made it back in by the count of seven to avoid the count out. Azzaro took his opponents legs out with a dropkick to the knee and hit a standing moonsault for a nearfall.
Tragedy regained control when he sidestepped Azzaro’s attempt at his finisher the Arrow and hit a gutwrench suplex for a nearfall. Tragedy nearly took Azzaro’s head off with a short clothesline. Tragedy took too long mugging to the crowd as he was climbing for a flying kneedrop and Azzaro moved. After a spinning heel kick, Azzaro headed up top for and connected with the Arrow for the cover and the win.
Azzaro defeated Tragedy with the Bullseye at 12:41 ***1/2
Better Than You…
Backstage an interviewer is with Trey Shaw, who says he’s pleased to be getting a shot at the undefeated Jimmy Lane and that it’s a big step-up in competition for him from the likes of Vinny Azzaro. Before he can finish his thought Vinny Azzaro appears and tells Shaw he needs to shut his mouth and that Azzaro is better than him and that clown Lane. He gives Shaw a shove before walking off – Shaw just stares angrily.
“Jackass” Jimmy Lane v. “Aerial Artistry” Devin Atkins - Coastal Warning Title Match
Lane was clearly fired up and made the mistake of charging at Atkins, who ducked under his clothesline attempt and sent him flying outside of the ring following a dropkick. Atkins crashed down onto Lane with a ropeflip moonsault, which drove the crowd wild. He rolled Lane back in and covered for a two count.
Despite this early flurry of offense, Lane was able to seize back momentum as he caught Atkins sleeping with a small package for a nearfall and followed with a vicious enzugari, which also produced a two count. Lane followed with a slingshot legdrop and a bulldog for a nearfall.
Atkins was able to take advantage when he side-stepped a flying dropkick and hit a Northern Lights suplex for a two count. A flying crossbody block almost had the match won, but the champ managed to kick out to the surprise of Atkins and the crowd. Atkins was distracted by Ryan McCain appearing at ringside and Lane came from behind with a Russian legsweep and scored a two count.
Atkins regained control after reversing a clothesline with a crucifix for a nearfall. While the wrestlers were recovering McCain slipped a pair of brass knuckles into the ring and distracted the ref. Lane grabbed the knuckles and drilled Atkins, but the referee turned in time to see. Lane was disqualified, but kept his belt.
Atkins defeated Lane via disqualification at 13:38 ***1/2
After the match McCain entered the ring and nailed the Franchise Tag on Atkins, who was already out on his feet. McCain then went up top for a frogsplash, which wowed the crowd with its height and impact onto the limp Atkins. After recovering for a second – he walked over to Atkins – “Now, you see what I’m capable of – and tell McDonough he’s next.”
To the desk of Xaiver Wilford – he announces that in two weeks the CAWO Atlantic will be hosting a supercard called Revelations where the Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers will defend their CAWO World Tag Team Titles against the winner of tonight’s Carnivale v. Hardcore Havoc. Other contests will be announced next week.
Carnivale v. Hardcore Havoc – CAWO Atlantic Tag Team Title Match & #1 Contenders for CAWO World Tag Team Championship The Sword Swallower and Gash Stevens started off this matchup with Gash taking the early advantage following an exchange of punches and kicks by hitting a double underhook suplex and following that with a punishing DDT for a quick two. Gash tagged out to Dez White and the two of them executed a double suplex.
Dez went for a flying elbowdrop, but SS moved out of the way and mounted some offense of his own with a backbreaker and following it with a splash for a two count. SS tagged out to the Bearded Lady, who received a good pop in his return to action. The Bearded Lady wasted no tame – putting Dez down with a scissor kick for a nearfall. The Bearded Lady hit a fall away slam before tagging back out to SS.
Dez managed to regain his footing by ducking a clothesline from SS and hitting a reverse neckbreaker and making the tag to Gash who hit a Lou Thesz Press and covered for a two count. Gash followed this up with a fisherman’s suplex for a nearfall. After the kickout he locked SS in a camel clutch, but SS was able to break the hold after about thirty seconds. A full nelson faceslam seemed to take the life out of SS, but The Bearded Lady made the save.
Gash tagged out to Dez and the two of them executed the Under Destruction for the cover and the win as the Bearded Lady could not make the save.
Hardcore Havoc defeated Carnivale in 9:42 when Dez pinned Sword Swallower after the Under Destruction *** [Hardcore Havoc won the CAWO Atlantic Tag Team Titles]
The XxX Review…
Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with the CAWO World Tag Team Champs – the Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers – Evan says that he and his brother have always been a big fan of the hardcore music and Ian goes onto a recite a list of three hardcore bands while crossing his arms in an X. Evan says that while he has respect for the hardcore music – in two weeks the double bass pedal can screw itself!
“The Franchise” Ryan McCain v. “The Aftermath” John McDonough
McDonough eyed his opponent carefully after giving the belt to the keeper at ringside. Before the bell could ring the arena went black and on the big-screen appeared the lockerroom backstage where after a loud banging noise, Katrina lies on the ground convulsing with Devin Atkins calling for help.
The lights come back on and McCain stands in the ring with his jaw dropping, completely stunned by what is going on in the back. McDonough has left the ring and is sprinting down the aisle towards the back, as he goes to enter the back – he collapses backwards.
From the back emerges the massive Diabolous – the number one contender for the CAWO Atlantic Regional Title – holding a massive medal crucifix, which he tosses aside. As medics arrive on the scene to help Katrina – Diabolous stands over McDonough with his head bleeding from the blow– “she has embraced the darkness” before picking McDonough up and driving him down with the Straight to Hell.
Diabolous leaves with McDonough laid out on the ramp.
Tune next week to CAWO Atlantic Coastal Warning as “Jackass” Jimmy Lane defends his Coastal Warning Title against “The Innovator” Trey Shaw. Devin Atkins will team with the Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers to take on Ryan McCain and Hardcore Havoc and the announcement for the full line-up of CAWO Atlantic Revelations!
Post by urowndisaster180 on Jun 17, 2014 0:12:52 GMT -5
CAWO Central Slaughterhouse 6
Images flash from last week’s Defiance flash across the screen. The CEOs of the regions, including Mr. Ito, who announced the new International region, and the announcement of CAWO The Killing Moon. Chase Riley pinning Arian with a Northern Lights Suplex and locking up the CAWO Central’s United States title match. Cannibal collapsing through a table as Epic retained the CAWO Central Slaughterhouse Title. Armand Arkynson victoriously raising the CAWO Central Regional Title after defeating Lazarus inside a cage. Lastly, J.W. Oswald connecting with the Devil’s Own and then covering Juan Castillas for the victory.
Go West, Young Man, Go West!
The new CAWO United States Champion’s music hits and Jordan West comes out to a mixed reception from a foreign crowd, but with the title of his shoulder, he shows little regard for the lukewarm reception. Once he enters the ring and grabs a mic, West tells the crowd that he already took down one CAWO Central favorite to get the title and will have no problem taking down another favorite – Chase Riley – next week.
As Riley’s name is brought up, his music hits and the crowd goes berserk for one of their favorite young stars. Riley half-heartedly congratulates West on the title win, but explains that a revolt, an uprising is coming his coming his way and will overtake his reign before it even begins.
The crowd is treated again as the CAWO Central Slaughterhouse introduction music hits and out walks CEO Steve Skinner. Skinner basks in the applause from the crowd and stands next to Riley. Riley eyes his boss carefully as Skinner lifts a mic to his lips. Skinner welcomes the United States Champion to the Central region to mixed reaction. Skinner then says since the two of them can’t wait to get after each other, they will have a match tonight – West versus Riley versus former United States Champion “Bulldozer” Aaron Bradley!
Criciente Caos v. “Role Model” Roger Schneider
Schneider got caught early in this match, yelling at the crowd in the front row and Caos quickly took advantage with a running dropkick. The dazed Schneider then got caught with an enzuiguiri and Caos scored a quick two count pinfall. After this though, Caos got too ambitious and missed a flying crossbody as Schneider side-stepped. Schneider went to work, pounding on his opponent with rights and lefts. Schneider picked up his stunned opponent and brought him down to the mat with a vicious brainbuster, which scored a two count.
After a few minutes on the attack, Schneider caught Caos in the Dream Big, but Caos was able to break the hold with a jawbreaker. As Schneider bounced back off the ropes, Caos hit a superkick and scored a two count. For a second time, Caos got too ambitious and attempted a flying corkscrew plancha and again, Schneider was savvy and movedout of the way. Schneider covered and scored a three count for the win.
Schneider defeated Caos by pinfall in 8:11 - ***
Backstage, Preacher has cornered a young member of the backstage staff and is talking to him about the evils of the Devil in his life. Behind Preacher, Arian appears snarling, angry about his loss to Chase Riley at Defiance. When Preacher realizes what is behind him, it is already too late, Arian grabs him by the collar and launches him into the concrete wall. Arian starts laying the boots to the fallen Preacher as backstage personnel try to restrain the angry big man.
“The Professional” Quinten Carnases v. “Peerless” Michael Lorenz
This was a technical exhibition with several reversal and counter spots. Carnases scored a nearfall on a go-behind followed by a German suplex and was able to seize the upper-hand against a stunned Lorenz, locking in a Dragon sleeper, in an attempt to wear down his opponent. After breaking that hold, Lorenz was able to gain control after hitting low blow and a DDT to impair his opponent.
Lorenz locked in a half Boston on Carnases and really leaned back, softening up his opponent’s leg and making it difficult for him to reach the ropes. Carnases eventually did, but the damage was done and Lorenz stayed on the attack with a kneebreaker for a nearfall. Lorenz stayed aggressive, but was caught by surprise with an inside cradle that allowed Carnases to score a quick 1, 2, 3.
Carnases defeated Lorenz by inside cradle in 9:52 - ***1/4
The Assassin’s Creed
The New CAWO Central Regional Champion, Armand Arkynson, stands tall, staring with intensity at the camera while flanked by an interviewer. The interviewer asks about the match Defiance with Lazarus, Arkynson states that he was always going to be able to overcome the cheap parlor tricks of Lazarus. He said that while Lazarus is a tough SOB, he is nonetheless mortal like the rest and capable of being assassinated.
Epic v. “Kamikazee” Kaz Suriki – CAWO Central Slaughterhouse Title
Suriki was obviously amped up and lost his discipline early in the match, which allowed for Epic to seize control with a combination of high-impact power moves and strength-based submission holds. In one particular sequence, Epic hit a chokeslam and promptly followed with a dragon sleeper, which had the much lighter Suriki almost go limp. Suriki was able to break the hold but never really was able to get his footing. Every time Suriki mounted some offense, Epic had an answer.
Epic became arrogant and frustrated later in the match as he could not put the much smaller man away. Several times, he argued with the referee, allowing Suriki a few extra moments to recoup. Later in the match, Epic went for a power bomb, which Suriki was able to reverse with a Frankensteiner. Suriki followed that up with an enzuigari and climbed the ropes to hit the Rising And Falling Sun to put the bigger man away and to win the title.
Suriki pinned Epic with the Rising and Falling Sun at 14:44 **** (Suriki won the CAWO Central Slaughterhouse Title)
Backstage with Salvatore Bocanegra and Christian Avant, the interviewer asks about last week, but is quickly cut-off by Avant, who says last week was just a fluke and that the World Titles will eventually be theirs, but for now, they were set on establishing themselves as the top team in this dreg of a region. Bocanegra followed up and said that these teams were simply not in their class at all.
Sex & Violence v. Riot Squad –
Avant took the fight right to Frankie Knox with a flurry of right hands and kicks that left Knox staggered. The normally technical Avant was more interested in staying on the attack. Sex & Violence stayed on the attack trading quick tags and using several double team moves like double clotheslines and a spike piledriver. Knox was eventually able to duck under a Bocanegra clothesline and mount some offense before making a tag to Sparks, but Bocanegra seized back control and eventually hit the Sexpot for the 1, 2, 3. A dominant effort the team.
Sex & Violence won at 8:55 when Bocanegra pinned Sparks via the Sexpot ***1/2
After their win, Steve Skinner appears from behind the curtain as Sex & Violence celebrated. Skinner congratulated them on the win, but said that their thoughts on the tag division would be put to the test next week when they face the Freebirds, the CAWO Central Tag Team Championship. Despite his intent to be threatening, Avant and Bocanegra are thrilled with the announcements and shout back to Skinner to “bring it on.”
Main Event - Aaron Bradley v. Chase Riley v. Jordan West –
Bradley and West immediately went after each other early in the match. Bradley wanted revenge for the loss of his U.S. Title and got the upperhand with a short clothesline and a powerslam. Bradley tagged in Riley, who was more than willing to team up with Bradley and wear down his future opponent. Riley scored a nearfall after a Tornado DDT, but put his head down on a backdrop and West hit a reversal and tagged out to Bradley.
Bradley again seized control after an initial exchanging of blows. Bradley hit a spinebuster slam that shook the ring and scored a nearfall. Riley was able to hit a running forearm smash that sufficiently shook Bradley and allowed him to reach for the tag. West came in and scored a nearfall after a spinning heel kick followed by a springboard legdrop. West tossed Bradley out of the ring and went over to make a tag to Riley, Riley and West exchanged some words and distracted the referee, who did not see Lazarus surprised Bradley with a chairshot before rolling him into the ring. Riley hit a kneedrop and made a cover that surprised both him and West as being successful.
Riley defeated Bradley and West when Riley pinned Bradley after a kneedrop in 14:56 (Lazarus interfered against Aaron Bradley.) ****
The Rising and The Risen
After the match, West and Riley started to mix it up and their fight spilled out into the aisle. While those two fighting, Bradley got back to his feet and still seemed confused as to what happened. Behind him, Lazarus came again and hit him with another chairshot before driving him down hard with an inverted DDT. As he stood over Bradley, Lazarus shouted, “I have risen again!”
Card Rating: ***3/4
Next week, the CAWO United States Title will be on the line as Chase Riley challenges the champion Jordan West. Also Sex & Violence will challenge for the CAWO Central Tag Team Titles and underdog Kaz Suriki will make his first title defense. Next week on Slaughterhouse.
Post by urowndisaster180 on Jun 18, 2014 12:14:33 GMT -5
CAWO Pacific Death Valley 6
Waiting on the News
At the opening of the show, CAWO Pacific owner and CEO Danny Clark is behind his desk with a somber look on his face. Clark states that at the start of last week’s show, he announced that Josh Hamlin was suspended indefinitely pending a police investigation for fraud. Clark states that the situation has not changed, Hamlin remains on indefinite suspension until the police investigation has concluded. Clark explained that the situation was extremely fluid and developing, but that he would remain transparent and update the CAWO Pacific audience as information becomes available.
Flash to the arena, where the crowd has had the air sucked out of it with the non-update from Danny Clark concerning fan favorite Josh Hamlin’s status. The announcers state their concern for the situation, but quickly segue into the lineup for CAWO Pacific Death Valley. They state that Abomination will face the tag team champions in a non-title bout for a chance to seize the belts at next week’s Death Valley. Next, the announcers discuss the matchup between underdog Phoenix Rising and the bizarre Ebola Zaire. Finally, in the night’s main event, Shane O’Neil and William Montgomery face off in a match to decide, who will challenge “The Devil Himself” J.W. Oswald for the CAWO World Heavyweight Championship.
Musiq Maxwell v. “The Surgeon” Steve Detmer
Maxwell and Detmer engaged in a very competitive, fast-paced opening matchup, which favored Maxwell because Detmer’s refined, submission-oriented style was never really able to take hold. Maxwell used his explosiveness to hold the advantage early and often and scored a nearfall with a flying crossbody press. However, Detmer was able to sneak out a win with a reversal of Maxwell’s DDT attempt and a Northern Lights Suplex.
Detmer pinned Maxwell after a Northern Lights Suplex in 09:09 - ***1/2
A Test for the Battle-Tested
From ringside, we return to Danny Clark’s office. Clark remains behind his desk as “Private” Sean Ryan storms into the office, saying that he wants a match tonight. Clark says that Ryan has been impressive in his time at CAWO Pacific and his composure despite the attacks of Red Claw should be rewarded. Tonight, Ryan will get the opportunity to step up in competition against the Minstrel in a non-title bout. Ryan says it will be his pressure to exact some revenge for his friend, Josh Hamlin.
Sumo v. “The Gamechanger” Quest
Sumo grounded the electrifying Quest early and continued to overpower the smaller man throughout the matchup. It seemed as though every time Quest manage to stagger the big man with a dropkick or a clothesline Sumo had an answer. Late in the match, Quest had Sumo staggering and managed to hit a bulldog for a two count. Quest would make a mistake though, rush his seemingly dazed opponent and get caught with a spinebuster slam. Sumo then struck with the Sumo Attack for the three count.
Sumo pinned Quest with the Sumo Attack in 10:14 ***3/4
Foreboding and Foretelling
Backstage, in a dimly lit room, Abomination stand almost as silhouettes against the darkness. The Apparition says that losing the CAWO World Tag Team Titles has left them with a void, which they aim to fill with the flailing hopes and desires of this region’s tag division. Wraith says that tonight is just step one on their road to regional supremacy as they take on the Despair Faction – a team, which learn about true despair. He says that they are not angry over last week’s cowardly attack instead hungry to teach those cowards about how revenge tastes.
Ebola Zaire v. Phoenix Rising – CAWO Pacific Death Valley Title
A clear underdog, Rising came out on fire with the crowd behind him hitting several high-flying maneuvers and quick-strike reversals as Zaire struggled to mount offense. Rising scored a nearfall after a springboard moonsault. Zaire eventually got into the match after throwing Rising out of the ring. Zaire kept rising grounded and broke the count a few times while using the barricade and post to his advantage. When action returned to the ring, Zaire scored a nearfall off an inverted DDT. Rising seemed out of gas, but the crowd willed him back and he hit a superkick and corkscrew plancha for a nearfall. When Rising attempted a hurricanrana though Zaire put the man down with a strong power bomb and followed with the Injection for the three count and the victory.
Zaire pinned Rising after the Injection in 14:13 ***1/2
A Dangerous Observer
During the match, Sumo came out to observe the competition. He mockingly applauds Zaire’s effort after scoring the three count. Sumo then stated that if Zaire struggles against such a small man, how will he fair when he is forced to face one 4 times his size. Sumo drops the mic and walks to the back as Zaire grasps his title and attempts to catch his breath.
Abomination v. The Despair Faction – Non-Title Match
Abomination backed up their words in this one with Wraith taking the fight right to Apathy. During one sequence, Wraith hit a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and immediately began choking his opponent. Wraith pushed the limited of the referee’s patience, but managed to avoid disqualification. The Apparition came in, but Apathy was able to make a tag after side-stepping a flying dropkick. Torment came in and hit a belly-to-back suplex for a nearfall, but he was unable to maintain offense and The Apparition was able to tag back in Wraith. After Wraith hit a side suplex, Torment was tossed from the ring. The Despair Faction had enough at that point and walked off to take the count out and fight another day. Abomination (Wraith and The Apparition) defeated the Despair Faction (Torment and Apathy) Wrath by countout in 06:31 **'
The Minstrel comes out to the ring with the CAWO Pacific to a series of boos with Josh Hamlin’s little brother, Dave, dressed as a clown walking behind him with his head down and slinky in his hands, shifting it back and forth. Upon reaching the ring, the Minstrel was given a microphone. The Minstrel said that he was proud to be able to a shining example, like former war hero Sean Ryan, to little Dave. The Minstrel said that the criminal element in this world was simply overwhelming, but he was afraid he’d have to add to it in a few minutes… For what he was about to do to Sean Ryan would be absolutely criminal.
The Minstrel v. “Private” Sean Ryan – Non-Title Match
Ryan, obviously eager to seize this opportunity and angry with both the Minstrel and the recent attacks by Red Claw, came out like a house of fire. He drove the champion to the corner with a series and of rights and lefts and hit an avalanche that sent the Minstrel to the mat. Ryan promptly locked in a half Boston crab that was broken when the Minstrel reached the ropes. The Minstrel was able to establish some offense halfway through the matchup with an eyerake followed by a Russian legsweep and springboard legdrop for a nearfall. The match continued back and forth for several minutes until spilling to the outside. After a DDT on the floor and suicide dive outside, the Minstrel rolled back into the ring to break the count. This distracted the referee for a moment, as Ryan made his way to his feet, Dave approached Ryan. Ryan was distracted and did not see Red Claw coming from behind and hitting him with a chair. Red Claw rolled Ryan back into the ring, the Minstrel headed up top and hit the No Laughing Matter for the cover and the win.
Minstrel pinned Ryan with the No Laughing Matter at 11:08 ***1/2 – (Red Claw interfered against Sean Ryan)
A House Undivided
Backstage, William Montgomery and J.W. Oswald, members of the Empirical State are scheming about Montgomery’s upcoming match with the injured, but game Shane O’Neil. The duo seemed arrogant and more focused on next week when the two would meet. Oswald said that the damage they did O’Neil last week will make this a cakewalk for Montgomery. Montgomery said he would finish the job they started last week and ensure that the CAWO World Heavyweight Title stayed with the Empirical State.
“The Strangler” Shane O’Neil v. “The Harbinger” William Montgomery – Number One Contender Match
O’Neil started the match slow, showing the effects of last week with taped ribs and a slight limp in his walk. Like a vicious animal, Montgomery attacked his weakened prey with a series of punch and kicks until O’Neil fell to the mat. Montgomery did not allow O’Neil to breathe and brought him down hard with a belly-to-belly suplex. With Oswald cheering from the sidelines, Montgomery immediately locked in a camel clutch, torturing his already injured opponent. O’Neil managed to escape the hold and rally momentarily with a clothesline followed by a thunderous German suplex that brought the crowd to its feet for a nearfall.
O’Neil’s offense would be shortlived though as Montgomery caught him sleeping and drove him down to the mat hard with a DDT for another nearfall. Montgomery continued his onslaught scoring a nearfall after a superplex and another after a backbreaker. O’Neil caught a break with a desperation lowblow and followed that with a series of vicious European uppercuts. O’Neil drove Montgomery down to the mat hard with a powerslam and following a full nelson faceslam, he locked in the Stranglehold, but Montgomery managed to reach the ropes.
Montgomery sensing the momentum was shifting threw O’Neil to the outside and distracted the referee while Oswald threw O’Neil into the barricade before rolling him back in. Montgomery began to get frustrated as he could not put away O’Neil. Montgomery even hit his finisher the Message, which O’Neil survived by putting his foot on the ropes.
Towards the end of the match, Montgomery got sloppy and sent O’Neil to the ropes. Montgomery attempted a clothesline, which O’Neil ducked under. On return, Montgomery put his head down for a backdrop, but O’Neil was able to flip over him for a sunset flip that allowed him to secure the win. O’Neil pinned Montgomery after a sunset flip in 18:51 **** (Oswald interfered against O’Neil)
Revenge And Rescue
Montgomery was stunned momentarily, but the exhausted O’Neil was again the victim of a numbers game. Montgomery nailed the Message and Oswald had him set up for the Devil’s Own until “Private” Sean Ryan came to O’Neil’s aid and cleared the ring. With Oswald and Montgomery shouting back from the ring, O’Neil made it to his feet and Ryan raised his hand.
Tune in next week as Ebola Zaire defends his CAWO Pacific Death Valley Title against Sumo, the CAWO Pacific Tag Team Titles will be defended with the champions taking on Abomination and the full lineup for CAWO Pacific West Coast War is announced.
Post by urowndisaster180 on Jun 20, 2014 0:24:23 GMT -5
CAWO Atlantic Coastal Warning 7
Weakness Breeds Weakness
The arena is dark except for a spot in the ring, where a spotlight falls on the massive, intimidating Diabolous. Across the arena, foreign chanting plays lowly in the background as he begins to speak. Diabolous says that when you torment the soul, you can create an everlasting wound on both the heart and the mind. This fresh wound never truly heals and is easily reopened – creating a weakness. The weakness that occurs in one can begat weakness in the soul of another. Diabolous explains that John McDonough grows weaker by the day as his wife struggles with her inner demons and soon he too will have wounds that will not heal.
Voodoo v. “Epitaph” Evan Reed
The crowd still stirring from that disturbing, opening monologue was treated to a good match with Reed and Voodoo trading blows early and often. The match shifted numerous times with Reed scoring a nearfall after he got the big man up off the mat with a belly-to-back suplex and brought him down hard. Voodoo also scored a nearfall after he followed an avalanche with a short clothesline. The Witch Doctor became involved at ringside by cracking Reed with a chair when he hit the ropes, which allowed Voodoo to score a nearfall after a brainbuster. After kicking out, in desperation, Reed hit a low blow, which the referee saw. The referee disqualified Reed, giving Voodoo the victory.
VooDoo wins by DQ in 07:48 ***
In His Sights
“The Archer” Vinny Azzaro is backstage with an interviewer. He says that he was disrespected last week by Trey Shaw’s comments and that he was out to prove him and his doubters wrong. Last week, he went out and beat the crap out of Tragedy and this week, he was setting his sights on a much bigger challenge in Tremor.
“The Archer” Vinny Azzaro v. Tremor
Azzaro came out as the aggressor by hitting a quick dropkick, following it with a spinning heel kick to bring the staggered big man down and covering the big man for a two count. Azzaro’s offense was halted, however, Tremor caught him mid-air and hit a punishing fallaway slam. Soon after, Tremor used his size to try to wear down the smaller Azzaro. Tremor hit a big splash and scored a nearfall. A belly-to-belly suplex also resulted in a nearfall. Azzaro was able to battle back though using an assortment of punches and kicks to stagger Tremor before bringing him down with a flying clothesline. Azzaro then went to the top rope and nailed the Bullseye for the win.
Azzaro pinned Tremor with the Bullseye in 11:55 ***3/4
Backstage, “The Innovator” Trey Shaw stands loosening up for his title opportunity when through the curtain walks a victorious Vinny Azzaro. Upon seeing Shaw, Azzaro smiles, raises his eyebrows and with a smirk wishes Shaw “good luck.” Shaw nods his head and eyeballs Azzaro carefully before hearing his music hit and heading towards the ring.
“Jackass” Jimmy Lane v. “The Innovator” Trey Shaw – the CAWO Atlantic Coastal Warning Title
Shaw may have been distracted by his minor run-in with Azzaro because he started the match slowly. Lane was able to duck under a clothesline and hit a crossbody on the rebound for a two count off the bat. As Shaw staggered to his feet, Lane delivered a kick to the midsection and scissor kick for another two count. Lane continued his assault locking Shaw in a crossface submission. Shaw eventually reached the ropes and was able to shake the cobwebs.
While Lane was celebrating after a dropkick, Shaw managed to come up from behind and hit a German suplex for a nearfall. Upon returning to his feet, Lane was struck by a kick to the thigh and a reverse neckbreaker. Rather than go for the cover, Shaw headed to the apron and utilized a springboard dropkick on Lane. Shaw covered, but could not get the three count.
Shaw continued on the offensive, but was distracted as Vinny Azzaro emerged from the back entrance and approached ringside. Shaw jawed with Azzaro and left himself vulnerable to an inside cradle by Lane that scored only a two count. Shaw was able to regain his composure when he blocked a Lane punch and nailed a Death Valley Driver. Lane managed to put his foot on the ropes before the count of three. Shaw dragged his opponent to the center of the ring and hit a punishing double-arm DDT. Shaw covered for the one, two… But the count was broken by Azzaro he hit a legdrop to the back of Shaw’s head to break-up the pin. Shaw was victorious, but only by DQ. Satisfied with costing Shaw the match, Azzaro headed up the ramp.
Shaw defeated Lane by disqualification at 12:49 **** (Azzaro interfered against Shaw) (Lane is still the CAWO Atlantic Coastal Warning Champion)
Hardcore And First Class
Holly Hox and the CAWO Atlantic Tag Team Champions Hardcore Havoc – Gash Stevens and Dez White – are walking down a hallway when they arrive at the locker room of “The Franchise” Ryan McCain. They enter without knocking to find a perturbed Ryan McCain sitting on his couch receiving a massage. McCain forces a grin as Holly greets him. Gash says that tonight that are ready to send those Emo punks a message that the CAWO World Tag Team Titles are coming home, but in the process of saying this spits on McCain.
McCain rises to his feet, ignoring the masseuse, and wipes the spit from his brow with his pocket handkerchief. McCain takes a deep breath and says that he is glad to hear that they are ready for a fight and extends his hand. Dez White takes his hand and brings him in tight – McCain looks mortified from touching Dez. Holly leans and pinches McCain’s cheek after Dez releases him saying that they will see him later, cutiepie, before skipping out.
Once they exit, McCain releases a heavy sigh and collapses back onto his couch. After a second, he looks over his right shoulder at masseuse and asks her to continue with his massage in a raised and frustrated tone.
Carnivale v. Rebels of the Sacred Heart
Farrell and the Sword Swallower started off the matchup with Farrell seizing the upper-hand and working quick tags with his partner Sean Tiernan. Tiernan scored a nearfall following a spike piledriver and an elbow from the second turnbuckle. The Sword Swallower was able to strike back when he caught Tiernan with a Western Lariat and followed that up with a vertical suplex for a two count. The Sword Swallower tagged out to the Bearded Lady and the two executed a double suplex for another nearfall.
The Bearded Lady held Tiernan in check for a while, wearing him down with a dragon sleeper and scoring a nearfall with a brainbuster. Tiernan eventually made the tag to Farrell, who came in and just took over the match starting with a clothesline and a running powerslam. Farrell hit high impact move after high impact move effectively taking the life out of the Bearded Lady. During one sequence, Farrell hit a fisherman buster and then a power bomb and was able to secure the win.
Rebels of the Sacred Heart (Sean Tiernan and Patrick Farrell) defeated Carnivale (the Bearded Lady and The Sword Swallower) when Farrell pinned the Bearded Lady after a power bomb in 18:17 - ***1/4
Laying the Foundation
The sound of thrashing guitars and heavy bass drum soars as the Might Morphin’ Emo Rangers headbang in unison to a hardcore song. “Aerial Artistry” Devin Atkins appears from offscreen, laughing at his teammates. He watches for a moment before stopping the hardcore music. When the music stops, both McCullen brothers cease their coordinated headbanging in mid-motion.
Devin raises an eyebrow and shakes his head at his teammates. He asks whether they are ready to take on Hardcore Havoc and Ryan McCain tonight. Ian responds that they’ve been preparing all week, listening to the biggest, baddest double bass pedal breakdowns around. Devin shakes his head, not understanding his teammates. He asks them if all they’ve done in preparation is listen to hardcore.
Still locked in headbanging position, Evan responds that they also watched a construction crew pour some foundation while listening to hardcore. Devin again, shakes his head before turning towards the camera and shrugging his shoulders. “Makes sense,” he says and hits the iPod to start the hardcore music again and restart the synchronized headbanging of the Might Morphin’ Emo Rangers.
Diabolous v. Tragedy
Tragedy attempted to take the upperhand early in this match, but it was to no avail. Nothing he seemed to try even effected Diabolous. Tragedy just could not manage to phase, much less take Diabolous off his feet. Diabolous eventually seized complete control with a jack-knife power bomb. Tragedy was not easy to put away, but eventually Diabolous was able to wear him down and eventually hit the Straight To Hell for the three count and a win.
Diabolous pinned Tragedy with the Straight to Hell in 07:32 ***3/4
Showdown After A Throwdown
After the match, Diabolous brought the incoherent Tragedy back to his feet. As Diabolous snatched at Tragedy;s neck, the sadistic Tragedy forced a grin as he went up and down hard again. Diabolous stood over his fallen victim and stared down at Tragedy for a moment, before starting to reach down for his neck again, when, out of the crowd, emerged “The Aftermath” John McDonough.
The crowd alerted Diabolous, who attempted to get the upper hand on McDonough with a roundhouse right, but McDonough was able to block the effort and stagger Diabolous with one of his own. Diabolous swung again, but missed and McDonough was able to capitalize with a kick to the midsection and by hitting the Closure.
McDonough screamed at Diabolous and rushed out of the ring to get a chair, but to his shock, by the time he grabbed the chair and went to re-enter. Diabolous was sitting up, seemingly unfazed. McDonough shook off the shock and reentered the ring, but this time Diabolous managed to get the upperhand and as McDonough swung recklessly. Diabolous managed to get McDonough to drop the chair by striking him with a right hand and then grabbed at his neck and drove him down the Straight to Hell. Diabolous stood over the fallen champion, laughing.
“The Foundation” Ryan McCain & Hardcore Havoc v. “Aerial Artistry” Devin Atkins & The Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers
This was a very entertaining matchup with McCain and Atkins starting off. The two high flyers traded reversals and counter-reversals until McCain was able to seize the upper-hand with an eye gouge and a gutwrench suplex. From that point, for the next few minutes, McCain and his partners traded quick tags with Dez White scoring a nearfall on Atkins after a side suplex.
Atkins managed to hit a spinning heel kick to seize back momentum and make the tag to Ian McCullen, who entered the ring and scored a nearfall on Gash Stevens after a superkick. Ian followed that up with springboard moonsault. Gash was able to seize back control after Holly Hox got involved when by distracting the referee and Ian McCullen allowing Gash to come from behind and hit a German suplex for a nearfall.
Again, the team of McCain and Havoc traded quick tags wearing down Ian McCullen. McCain even went for the Franchise Tag, but McCullen was able to roll away and tag in his brother. Evan started fast with a series of clotheslines and then scoring a nearfall after a swinging neckbreaker. Eventually though, the team of Hardcore Havoc and Evan McCullen were able to seize back control after a lowblow by Stevens. Evan was never able to mount another significant surge of offense and succumbed the Hardcorpse followed by the cover by Dez White for the 1, 2, 3. After the match, McCain raised the arms of Hardcore Havoc and yelled to the ring that “Atkins, you and those freaks better get used to losing!”
McCain & Hardcore Havoc v. Atkins & Emo Rangers – Hardcore Havoc (Dez White and Gash Stevens) and Ryan McCain defeated The Mighty Morphin’ Emo Rangers (Evan McCullen and Ian McCullen) and Devin Atkins when D. White pinned E. McCullen after the Hardcorpse in 16:42 ****1/2
Next week, the CAWO Atlantic proudly presents Revelations
Tremor v. Voodoo - #1 Contender for the CAWO Coastal Warning Title
Rebels of the Sacred Heart v. Tex-Mex Express - #1 Contenders for the CAWO Atlantic Tag Team Titles
Post by urowndisaster180 on Jun 22, 2014 22:00:19 GMT -5
CAWO Central Slaughterhouse 7
The show opens to a raucous crowd and CEO Steve Skinner in the ring. He welcomes the audience, which voices its approval. When the noise quiets to an acceptable level, Skinner states he has some exciting announcements for tonight’s Slaughterhouse. Skinner states that tonight’s matchup between “The Whole Damn Show” Juan Castillas and “The Living Dead” Lazarus will be a #1 Contender Match, with the winner facing “The Assassin” Armand Arkynson next week. The crowd roared its approval at this news.
After allowing the crowd noise to die down, Skinner said that tonight’s CAWO United States Title match between “The Catalyst” Jordan West and the challenger, CAWO Central’s own, “The Uprising” Chase Riley will be a two-out-of-three falls contest! With the crowd still roaring, Skinner said “Let’s start the show!”
“Bulldozer” Aaron Bradley v. “Peerless” Michael Lorenz
Lorenz looked a like a deer in headlights in this matchup, Bradley was obviously upset about the attack perpetrated against him by Lazarus last week, and decided to take his frustrations out on Lorenz. At times, to his credit Lorenz was able to counter Bradley’s aggressiveness like when he reversed Bradley’s clothesline effort into a crucifix for a nearfall. Lorenz was also able to score a nearfall after a reverse neckbreaker, but ultimately, Bradley was destined to have the upperhand. After hitting an invert atomic drop, Bradley hit the ropes and Pancaked his opponent with the spear for the win.
Bradley pinned Lorenz after the Pancaked in 7:07
Supremacy Through Savagery
Backstage an interviewer questions Arian about his seemingly out of nowhere attack on Preacher. Arian says he has not been aggressive enough in and out of the ring, that he needs to exercise his superiority and instill fear into his competitors. Last week was just the start of his reign of terror.
Arian v. Preacher
Arian dictated the pace of this match right from the start by flattening Preacher with Running Forearm Smash. Arian wasted no time, snatching Preacher’s neck and putting him down forcefully with a chokeslam. To Preacher’s credit, he hung in the match, kicking out several times. However, Arian never got frustrated and only continued his attack. After a vicious piledriver though, Arian was able to keep the man down for a three count and the win.
Arian pinned Preacher with the piledriver in 6:22
The Freebirds, Ricky Warren and Jay Evans, are back backstage with their CAWO Central Tag Team Titles over their shoulders. Warren says for too long, they have been overlooked and disrespected, looked upon as a second rate tag team. Agreeing with his partner, Evans says that they are looking forward to shutting up those spoiled punks, Sex & Violence, who are only famous for riding the coattails of J.W. Oswald.
“The Professional” Quinten Carnases v. Epic v. “Kamikazee” Kaz Suriki – Slaughterhouse Title
Suriki was eager early in this match to show that his title win was no fluke and started out fast, scoring a nearfall after a springboard dropkick on Carnases. Carnases seemed entirely unprepared for the quickness of Suriki and was eager to tag out to Epic after putting Suriki down with a belly-to-belly suplex. Epic side-stepped a dropkick and immediately put the smaller Suiki down hard with a piledriver for a nearfall.
Epic and Suriki fought for several minutes with Epic mostly in control, but the crowd got behind Suriki after hitting a desperation legsweep and a ropeflip moonsault for a nearfall. With fatigue setting in, Suriki wisely made a tag to Carnases, who scored a nearfall after an elbowdrop from the second turnbuckle. Carnases locked in a Boston Crab, which Epic was only able to break after nearly a minute. As he struggled to his feet Carnases hit a German Suplex, which Suriki had to break-up before the three count.
Carnases attempted to go back to the well, but Epic reversed with a go-behind and a belly-to-back suplex before tagging out to Suriki. Suriki put a stunned Carnases down with an enzuigari before heading up to hit the Rising and Falling Sun, which would have won the match, but Epic broke up the count. Later, Suriki went to run off the ropes, but Epic tagged himself in. After Suriki hit a spinning heel kick, the ref forced him out of the ring. Epic hit a backbreaker on Carnases and then put him in the Odyssey. Carnasses submitted before Suriki could make the save and Epic was crowned the new CAWO Slaughterhouse champion.
Epic made Carnases submit to the Odyssey in 15:09 (Epic won the CAWO Central Slaughterhouse Title) ****
Backstage, Juan Castillas is preparing for his match with “The Living Dead” Lazarus. Castillas says that while a lot of people might consider this a mere opportunity, that this was in fact, a chance at redemption for him. Castillas says that people seem to forget that Lazarus took the Central Regional Title from him and now, he stands in the way of winning it back. Castillas finishes by saying that the crowd and people at home better have their popcorn ready for “The Whole Damn Show.”
Sex & Violence v. The Freebirds
Warren and Evans backed up their earlier words as Sex & Violence had no answer for their quick tags. Warren worked over Bocanegra thoroughly before making a tag to Evans and both executed a double clothesline, which led to an Evans nearfall. Evans scored another nearfall after a side suplex. Bocanegra was able to score a low blow and make the tag to Avant, but Avant was not able to mount much offense either. After Avant was thrown from the ring by Evans, Avant and Bocanegra opted to walk out and take the countout loss.
The Freebirds defeated Sex & Violence via Count Out in 8:02
Dissected by an Assassin
Armand Arkynson is backstage and the interviewer asks what he think about tonight’s matchup between Castillas and Lazarus. Arkynson smirks confidently and says it does not really matter who wins between the two, that he would beat them both. Arkynson says that he has dissected this region, piece-by-piece, and the best Skinner has to offer is a bunch of retreads and nobodies. Arkynson says he would count on the Assassin holding the title belt for a long, long time.
“The Whole Damn Show” Juan Castillas v. “The Living Dead” Lazarus – Number One Contender Match
Castillas was a little overeager in the early-going as tried to attack Lazarus with a clothesline, which Lazarus ducked under and then hit a spinebuster slam on Castillas, shaking the ring with the impact. Lazarus managed to score a nearfall moments later after a brainbuster. Lazarus locked in a double reverse chinlock, but Castillas was able to break the hold and start to mount some offense with a dropkick to the knee.
With Lazarus struggling to recover from this blow, Castillas, somewhat uncharacteristically, locked in a figure four leglock, which Lazarus struggled to escape. When he was finally able to, Castillas hit a swinging neckbreaker for a nearfall. The match spilled outside the ring and there Lazarus was able to seize back control by sending Castillas into the guardrail with force. When the action returned to the ring, Lazarus nearly decapitated Castillas with a flying clothesline, but could not score the three count. Lazarus argued with the ref for a moment, but then locked in a guillotine choke, which wore down Castillas and nearly got Lazarus the victory.
Lazarus scored another nearfall with a running powerslam, but again he turned his attention to the referee. Lazzarus was distracted further by Aaron Bradley, who made his way down to ringside. This distraction allowed Castillas to score a nearfall with an inside cradle. Later, when the action spilled outside, Bradley hit Lazarus with a chair, with Lazarus incapacitated, Castillas nailed the Showstopper for a three count and the win.
Castillas pinned Lazarus with the Showstopper in 16:39, ****1/4 (Bradley interfered against Lazarus)
Answering For Your Sins
After the match, Bradley grabbed a microphone and yelled to Lazarus that he might be “The Living Dead,” he might be one of the rarest, most talented athletes in the CAWO, but Lazarus would not be allowed to run roughshot through this region, through its talent. That Lazarus would have to answer for his sins and the answer was “Bulldozer” Aaron Bradley!
Jordan West v. Chase Riley for the CAWO United States Title –
West and Riley gave the crowd a show in the early-going as both men reversed each other’s efforts on numerous occasions and tried to grab that all-important first fall. West came come close on a Northern Lights Suplex and Riley came similarly close on a flying sunset flip. The action spilled outside the ring later and West hit a DDT on the floor, Riley was only able to make it back in the ring at the count of nine. West continued on the offensive with a nearfall off a senton.
West’s offense would not continue for long as Riley caught West sleeping with a vertical facebuster and then a legdrop for a nearfall of his own. West was able to seize back control after side stepping Riley’s flying crossbody attempt. West hit a powerbomb and then the Changing of the Times to score the first fall of the match.
As usually occurs, West immediately went back on the attack in an attempt to put the match away and he nearly did so on a German suplex. Riley was not done, however, and seized back control after ducking a spinning leg lariat and hitting a belly-to-belly suplex. Riley controlled the pace of the match for the next several minutes was finally able to score a pinfall after hitting an inverted DDT.
After scoring the pinfall, Riley promptly locked in the Breakdown, West struggled to break the hold, but made his way to the ropes. At this point, Riley believed West was hurt and lowered his defenses, West was able to take advantage by hitting the Changing of the Times again for the second fall and the win.
Jordan West beat Chase Riley 2 falls to 1: -West beat Riley with the Changing of the Times in 14:54 -Riley beat West with the inverted DD in 20:22 -West beat Riley with the Changing of the Times in 21:55 **3/4 (Jordan West retained the CAWO United States Title)
Tune in next week as “The Assassin” Armand Arkynson defends the CAWO Central Regional Title against “The Whole Damn Show” Juan Castillas. Also on the card, Epic and “Bulldozer” Aaron Bradley will face-off for the right to be crowned the captain of the CAWO Central War Games team. In addition to other great action, a major announcement about the upcoming CAWO pay-per-view The Killing Moon will be made.