Fight Night Wrestling for November 30

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    [size=x-small][align=left]Episode: #5[/align]
    Date: 23/11/2012​

    Show Spoiler

    [size=x-small]The camera pans around the Reunion Arena in Dallas Texas across the fans and then pans over to the titantron and stage with the Fight Night Wrestling written on the stage. Pyro sparks drops off the titantron

    *Crowd Pop*

    Sid: Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to Fight Night Wrestling, we are live from our home at the Reunion Arena in Dallas Texas, I am Sid Taylor and Joining me is my commentary partner, Curt Cutlass!

    Cutlass: Thanks Sid, ladies and gentlemen tonight the Championship Chase continues as we get one show closer to crowning our first champion, let’s check the standing as of tonight

    1st: Max Power (4/0)
    2nd: Brian Messias (4/1)
    3rd: Zach Schmidt (4/2)
    4th: Lucas Hacksaw (3/2) & Brent Nixon (3/2)
    5th: Mad Dogg (1/0)
    6th: Neil Thorn (1/1) Johnathon Grimm (1/1)
    7th: Iron Baba (1/2) Vinnie Rose (1/2) Andrew Austins (1/2)
    8th: True Warrior (0/2) Ace Young (0/2)
    9th: Masked Machine (0/3) Clash (0/3)

    Sid: It’s tightening up in the race towards the top. Max Power is currently in the lead but Brian Messias is only behind him due to the one loss on his record and Zach Schmidt is not far behind.

    Cutlass: And tonight we will see the continuation of two rivalries. In our main event we will see Brian Messias take on Lucas Hacksaw one more time, only this time… It is a tag team match and each man gets to pick their partner so the teams are a mystery Sid. And right now we are about to see the continuation of a minor rivalry from our debut episode which reignited for real last week. Let’s take a look at what happened last week when our new board leader Max Power took on newcomer True Warrior.

    [size=x-small]The Titantron comes on. [/size]

    Sid: As we saw Clash attacked Power after his win against Warrior, he then revealed that there was a match booked between the two tonight and that match, is happening now!

    [size=x-small] Clash's theme hits

    *Crowd boos*

    The lights turn dark and one single blue spotlight comes on. The spotlight heads for the stage as Clash walks out on the stage. Clash is dressed in his normal charcoal black tights with blue X and C design down the sides and his name on the back. He also has black and blue boots with wing like paintings on the sides; one black elbow guard covers his left elbow. He has a black sleeveless zip up hoodie as well with the words Mr. Entertainment in blue on the back, the hood is pulled down to hide his face.

    Clash looks out at the crowd before strikes a pose mimicking a man being crucified with his arms out wide. Clash then heads to the ring.

    Josh Fordezski: This match is set for one fall! From Seattle, Washington. Weighing in at 210lbs, Clash!

    Sid: And here we have the man himself, the self-proclaimed Mr. Zero Gravity, arguably one of our best high flyers. Clash has showcased an ego since the day he arrived here Curt, claiming that he handed Power his first win here on Fight Night on our debut episode. Is there any truth to what he is saying Curt?

    [size=x-small] Clash walks confidently down the ramp. He stops at the end of the ramp and strikes his pose again, as pyro hits by the end of the ramp behind him. Clash then slides into the ring and climbs one of the top turnbuckles. He pulls down his hood and looks out at the crowd before jumping down. He then starts waiting for his opponent. [/size]

    Cutlass: I think so Sid. If one observes the footage of that very match, which was a triple threat between Clash, Power and Vinnie Rose then you can clearly see Clash kicking Rose away from himself, into the waiting arms of Max, who then hits his finishing move and takes the win. Clash didn’t even try to break the pin there. That is what I call handing away a win. If what Clash has been right claiming it as Power being indebted to him as we’ve seen him do lately is right that’s a completely different story. He managed to get a spot on tonight’s show and I like that with this guy, he makes his own opportunities. Just look at what he told his old rival Vinnie Rose on our message boards.

    Cutlass: Clash is right; you’ve got to make room for yourself in this business. Don’t be afraid of stepping on toes either. But tonight we will see if he can stomp on some giant toes, belonging to this guy.

    [size=x-small]Max Power's Theme hits

    *Crowd cheers*

    Max Power walks carrying a guitar playing along to his theme as blue smoke surrounds the stage. Max wearing white trunks with red chinese dragon on back with blue writing "MP" on the front, a white jacket with with "MP" written on the back in red fire. Power then walks down the ramp.

    Josh Fordezski: From Washington DC, weighing in at 267lbs, Max Power!

    Sid: 6ft 7 and 267lbs, Max Power is most certainly one of FNW’s powerhouses. He has a 7 inch height advantage and 57 extra lbs. compared to Clash. This speaks in his advantage along with his 4 wins already tallied up.

    [size=x-small]Max continues down the ramp stopping to play the chorus and then walks around the ring to the far steel steps where he walks up and into the ring.[/size]

    Cutlass: Do not count out Clash just yet Sid. Clash has a speed advantage and one could argue that his training under some of Japan’s best wrestlers and his time working in Japan could benefit him here. They work a pretty stiff style in Japan so I don’t think Clash will shy away from handing out pain or taking it either. This match will be brutal though since Power will want to pay Clash back for that chair shot last week. I love watching two people beat each other up!

    [size=x-small]Max stands in the ring where he plays along to the chorus again, he then removes the guitar and hands it to stage hand and then hands his jacket to the stage hand as well[/size]

    Clash and Power start circling one another. Power rushes at Clash who ducks under his haymaker. Clash starts dealing blows to the back of Power but Power spins around and slaps Clash over the face. The two back off from one another and start circling each other again.

    Sid: The feeling out process is now over with both wrestlers getting some light strikes in. I’d say we can expect the match to only escalate from here Curt.

    Max runs towards Clsah, extending his arm out and connects with Clash, knocking him to the mat

    Sid: Power sending Clash to the ground with a running clothesline. No more love pats in this match.

    Clash rolls up in a sitting position and strikes Power behind the knees, sending him to the ground on his knees. Clash then does a hand stand and spins 360 degrees around, legs stretched out vertically. Clash hits Power over the head with his legs during the spin before landing in a crouching position in front of Power, who is now clutching his aching head.

    Cutlass: Nice and innovative offence from Clash there, proving that he can dish it out as well. Seemed a bit breakdance inspired. Let’s hope Booker T doesn’t get jelaous.

    Both Clash and Power get up to their feet, Power still groggy. Clash runs the ropes and rebounds off of them. He jumps into the air and drives Power into the corner with a forearm strike. Clash then steps away from Power.

    Sid: Jumping forearm strike from Clash, what is he trying now though?

    Clash runs at Power and again jumps into the air. This time Power catches him thou and lifts him up into the air.

    Cutlass: Power stops him in midair. This is going to hurt.

    Power moves his arms so he has a hold on Clash under his legs and lifts him further into the air. He then turns Clash so he is facing the mat and send him down, driving him face first into the mat.

    Sid: Homemade flapjack variant by Power.

    Power pulls Clash up to his feet. Power then grabs the arm of Clash, he twists it and then places his hand on Clash's shoulder, applying pressure to the arm and places the wrist of the clutched arm under his arm pit

    Cutlass: Power trying to ground Clash here with a perfectly executed armbar

    Clash fights out of the armbar, spins around and grabs Power around the head with both arms, jumps up and puts his knee to Power’s face and uses his weight to fall backwards, driving Power’s face hard into his knee as he reaches the ground. He then let’s go and lets Power fall backwards holding his nose in pain.

    Sid: Quick counter by Clash, driving his knee into the face of Power. He’s got to be feeling that one. Curt, do you think Clash can take a win here over Power, who is currently dominating our ranks with a 4-0 win streak?

    Cutlass: Anything can happen in pro wrestling Sid. Power is undefeated but Clash is one of our best high flyers and one of our more technically skilled wrestlers. We've already talked about the rivalry between these two and I wouldn't be surprised at all if Clash, who is an opportunist of the highest degree somehow found a way to sneak a win from out under Max Power.

    Clash runs at Power he brings his knee up and connects with the mid-section of Power

    Sid: Ouch, knee to the mid-section from Clash. I hope Power ate a light lunch.

    Cutlass: You’re gonna try making jokes now? That’s my job damn it!

    Clash jumps the ropes behind Max, who is still clutching his stomach. Clash jumps up on the ropes and launches at Max in a flying elbow drop as Max turns around to face him. Max launches up and drives his shoulder into the stomach of Clash before locking his arms around Clash’s body. He then spins and plants Clash into the ground with a jarring spinebuster.

    [size=x-small]*Crowd pop*[/size]

    Sid: Did you see that!? Big aerial spear into spinebuster combo by Max Power! I think Clash is out.

    Max hooks the left leg of Clash and covers him.
    Clash kicks out

    Cutlass: So close but yet so far away! Clash kicks out at the last second, proving that he is tough despite the size difference.

    Max lifts Clash up to his feet before he whips Clash into the corner, he follows Clash as he runs at the corner. Clash jumps onto the second rope and walks up to the top rope jumping off and backflips over Max

    Sid: Great athleticism by Clash

    Clash then brings his leg up and connects with a roundhouse kick to the side of the head, knocking Max down to the bottom rope, Clash pulls Max away from the ropes and covers, the referee counts

    Max kicks out

    Cutlass: Clash also trying a cover early on in the match. But just like with Max’s own cover earlier neither wrestler is worn out enough to be pinned yet.

    Sid: Speaking of rivalries... What is your opinion the rivalry between Brian Messias and Lucas Hacksaw Curt?

    Cutlass: It seems to be our big rivalry going currently. Hacksaw is a hardened competitor with a couple of years under his belt and Brian is possibly the biggest ego in our locker room. They’ve clashed verbally multiple times and both hold a victory over each other. Had tonight’s match been a singles match it would have been the rubber match between the two. But it is a tag match tonight instead with mystery partners. I’m looking forward to it.

    Clash and Max are back to their feet and are trading punches. Clash does a backflip to avoid a haymaker from Max, landing on his feet. He attempts another one but Max catches him around the ankles using both his hands. He then spins so he is facing the ropes and moves his hands so he is holding Clash up by the knees, lifts Clash up and slams him back first into the ropes before letting him go.

    Sid: Nice reverse hotshot by Max Power.

    Max stands by the ropes and are flexing for the crowd. Clash gets up to his feet and notices that Max has his back turn, he sneaks up behind Max and rolls him up quickly.

    Sid: Clash looking to steal one!

    Max reverses it

    Cutlass: But now Max has the pin!

    Clash reverses it

    Sid: But now Clash has the pin again!

    Max reverses it

    Cutlass: Back to Max! This is getting ridiculous.

    Clash kicks out

    Sid: Clash kicks out and finally we are done with the roll ups.

    Max whips Clash into the ropes, Clash hooks the ropes, Max then runs at Clash, Clash hits a boot on Max and back flips onto the apron

    Sid: Look at that there counter! Clash showing some off that expert training.

    Clash holds onto the ropes and jumps up, connecting a roundhouse kick, knocking Max to the mat

    Cutlass: That must have rung Max’s bells so to speak.

    Clash then pulls himself up to the rope and springs off it, Flying into a diving elbow drop but Max catches him in midair. He moves Clash so he is holding him between the legs and over his shoulders in a vertical position before falling backwards and throwing Clash over his shoulders to the other side of the ring in a fallaway slam.

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Sid: Clash Was looking for that big elbow drop but look at that counter by Max Power. Wicked fallaway slam sending Clash all the way to the other side of the ring.

    Power lifts up Clash from the mat into a seated position, he then places his knee behind the back of Clash and reaches rounds to clutch the chin, Power pulls up while applying the knee to the spine of Clash

    Cutlass: Max Power now trying to slow down Clash here with a perfectly placed knee coupled with a chin lock

    Clash reaches up trying to break the lock by pulling the hands away, Power retains the hold

    Sid: Not gonna do it, Power is just too strong

    Clash reaches up again and tries to break up the lock, this time he succeeds and gets out of the lock. Max grabs him and pushes Clash into the ropes, Clash goes over the ropes but manages to hold on and plant his feet on the apron.

    Sid: Clash is out on the apron, this could be bad.

    Max marches towards the ropes when Clash jumps up on the ropes and launches off of them. He locks his right arm around the head the standing Max in a front face lock and then falls backwards, spiking Max’s head hard into the mat and canvas.

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Cutlass: A flying DDT by Clash! Max landed hard on his head. This might be it.

    Clash hooks Max’s right leg and covers him.
    Max kicks out

    Sid: No! Despite all his work Clash just doesn’t seem to be able to keep Max Power down.

    Clash sits up with a look of anger on his face. He starts slamming his hands into the canvas before getting back up on his feet. He walks towards the ring corner and climbs up on the top rope.

    Sid: What is he planning now?

    Cutlass: He’s going up to the top rope you dolt. You know, high risk, high flying, the stuff he is known for. He knows that he will have to push out some big moves if he wants to take the giant out.

    Max gets groggily up to his feet as Clash stands on the top rope. A fan at ringside starts yelling at Clash who turns his head to yell back at the fan, allowing Max to regain his focus. Max runs up to the second rope and punches Clash in the head before locking him in a front face lock.

    Sid: And the tables turn yet again in this match. This match has been a shifting of momentum from the start but now it seems that Max Power can take Clash out with one big move. What does he have planned?

    Max Power lets go off the face lock and reaches round Clash's gut from his side with one hand and lifts him up. Power then jumps off the second rope and up into the air and then sits on the mat, driving Clash to the mat back first

    Cutlass: Flying Sidewalk slam! Max Power puts Clash down with that move!

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Power covers Clash, the referee counts

    Clash kicks out

    Sid: And Clash kicks out yet again!

    Cutlass: He is proving that he can hang with the tough guys right here Sid.

    Power steps over Clash and then squats down, Power pulls Clash up slightly from a face-down position and places the forearms of Clash behind his legs, Power then reaches around the head of Clash and pulls up on the chin

    Sid: Power now going to work on the lower back of his opponent with this hold

    Clash begins to crawl towards the ropes. Power steps forward to continue the hold

    Cutlass: Clash trying to get to the ropes to force the break of the camel clutch

    The referee asks Clash if he wishes to give up, Clash refuses and Max locks in the hold even harder, pushing so hard on Clash’s nose that clash gets a large nose bleed.

    Cutlass: And Clash is bleeding now. The pressure put on his nose by Max’s giant hands must have busted all the shallow blood vessels in the nose. We have blood here in our opening bout of Fight Night!

    The ref forces Max to let go off the hold and then goes to check on the now bleeding Clash who is holding his nose. Max walks up to Clash to see if he is alright but Clash throws the ref aside and kicks Max over the knee, driving Max to his knees.

    Sid: Clash was just playing possum!

    Clash grabs Max’s right arms and Irish whips him as he gets back to his feet into the ring corner. Clash then backs off and rushes at Max, jumping into the air as he approaches and driving both of his feet into the gut of Max with a flying dropkick. Clash rolls out of the way as Max falls out of the corner onto his back.

    Cutlass: Flying missile dropkick from Clash to the gut of Max. He is playing every card he has now.

    Clash steps in front of from the corner and points at the turnbuckle then nods

    Sid: Clash going for the Jo-Mo move, Starship Pain

    Clash runs towards the corner, he leaps over Max on the mat and lands with his legs on the top rope, he bounces and completes a corkscrew pin landing a splash on Max

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Cutlass: That there is the match ender. Clash delivered a picture perfect Starship Pain right there.

    Clash hooks the outside leg, the referee counts

    Max kicks out

    Sid: Looks like it didn’t quite end the match. Max still manages to kick out.

    Clash gets up and begins to climb the turnbuckle

    Sid: Clash going up top. What is he planning now then since the Starship Pain didn’t work.

    Clash stands on the top rope, he then leaps off and rolls in mid-air aiming to land in a senton bomb on Max. Max rolls out of the way at the last second.

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Sid: Clash misses with that Senton Bomb. He gave Max just too much time to regroup.

    Power runs towards Clash who has just gotten up to his feet, he thrusts his shoulder at Clash knocking him back to the mat

    Sid: Max Power showing why he is a Tank in FNW

    Max starts stomping at the ground where Clash is laying. Clash rolls out of the way and rolls out of the ring. The ref signals for Clash to get back in the ring but Clash refuses.

    Sid: What’s going on? Is he refusing to get back in the ring?

    The ref keeps signaling for Clash to get back in the ring but Clash refuses. The ref starts to count to ten. At the count of three Max hangs out over the rope and also signals for Clash to get back in but Clash once again refuses.

    Cutlass: Seems like so Sid. Perhaps he is tired, perhaps his busted nose is aggravating him.

    The ref has now reached the count of five when Max yells at Clash to get back in the ring again but Clash just says “No, I’m done for now. We’ll finish this next week.” Clash then turns around and starts walking up the ramp as the ref reaches the count of seven.

    Sid: Did Clash just say we’ll continue next week? Can he postpone a match?

    Cutlass: I don’t know Sid. Seems like he thinks so.

    Clash reaches the top of the ramp at the count of nine. He turns around and flips Max off before heading backstage as the ref gets to ten and counts him out.

    Josh Fordezski: Ladies and gentlemen, your winner by count out… Max Power!

    [size=x-small]Max starts celebrating in the ring when suddenly the anonymous General Manager appears on the tron. [/size]

    GM: No, No, I am not letting this end this way, nobody will be receiving a cheap win that way. Max Power as you did not beat Clash in the conventional manner, you will not have a win added to your record.

    Sid: What!? What is he talking about?

    GM: You see Clash walked out deliberately and off his own free will. So do not fret, I am making a rematch for 2 weeks time between you & Clash so you can still get your win over Clash. Have a good night

    [size=x-small]The GM disappears. [/size]

    Sid: So let me get this straight... Max won but still doesn’t get any points for his win? This makes no sense what is the GM thinking?

    Cutlass: Quiet Sid! You want to get fired? I’m sure the boss knows what he is doing.

    [size=x-small]Max climbs out of the ring and angrily stomp up the ramp as the screen turns black.


    [align=left]Result: Max Power def Clash ​
    Written By: Stopspot[/align]

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    Show Spoiler
    Sid: Welcome back ladies and gentlemen, to Fight Night Wrestling! If you just joined us we just saw a… controversial match ending. Clash walked out on his match with Max Power, but our anonymous GM decided to remove the point that Max would usually get for winning a match. Apparently Max now needs to pin Clash in the ring or make him submit, countouts no longer apply to him.

    Cutlass: And I told you to stop making a fuzz about it! You want to get fired? You saw what happened to El Nino. Just keep doing your job. Anyways time for our next match which is between two guys trying to break out and make a name for themselves on here…

    [size=x-small]Mad Dogg's Theme hits

    *Crowd boos*

    Mad Dogg walks out wearing a black singlet with a design of a black and red colored bulldog, and upside down version on the back. Black wrist tape on the left hand, and two black elbow pads on both elbows. Two black kneepads, and Black boots.

    Josh Fordezski: This match is set for one fall! From Houston, Texas, weighing in at 295lbs, Mad Dogg!

    Sid: Mad Dogg, the big man from Texas looking to pick up a win here against Iron Baba. Who do you think has the edge here Curt?

    [size=x-small]Mad Dogg walks down to the ring twisting his wrists. He climbs up onto the apron and steps through the ropes.[/size]

    Cutlass: Mad Dogg does have a size advantage but Baba has a crash and burn ring style and doesn’t seem to give up. He throws himself at any opponent. Remember that battle royale we had two weeks ago? These two went at it like wild dogs and even brawled outside of the ring. This match will be to quote wrestling legend Jim Ross, a slobberknocker!

    [size=x-small]Mad Dogg stands in the ring slightly jogging on the spot again twisting his wrists[/size]

    *Iron Baba's theme hits*

    *Crowd cheers*

    Baba walks out staring at the ring as he jogs in place wearing white trunks, black wrestling boots, white knee pads and one white elbow pad on his right arm

    Josh Fordezski: From Dover, Delaware. Weighing in at 250lbs, Iron....Baba!

    Sid: The antichrist of the South has been looking to break out from the crowd since his debut a couple of weeks back and has been doing so by presenting a rough, outlaw like persona. Iron Baba isn’t intimidated by anyone and isn’t afraid to fight. Will it be enough to topple the near 7 footer?

    [size=x-small]Baba walks down to the ramp stretching his arms as he stares directly at the ring and ignores the fans, he walks up the stairs and quickly enters the ring[/size]

    Cutlass: As I said he has an explosive ringstyle. He nearly eliminated three people at once in the battle royale. If Baba can keep his speed and steam going through the entire match then he might be able to topple Mad Dogg.

    [size=x-small]Baba stands in the middle of the ring eager to fight[/size]

    Sid: Well we’re about to find out, right here on Fight Night!

    Baba wastes no time and rushes Dogg, tackling into him and driving his shoulder into the chest of Dogg, pushing him backwards. Baba runs at Mad Dogg again and connects with another shoulder block, driving Dogg back further.

    Sid: Two big shoulder blocks by Baba to start this match off. Seems like he only bruised the chest of the near seven footer though.

    Baba runs at Mad Dogg again, looking for another shoulder block. Dogg blocks it this time, catching Baba by locking his arms around the torso of Baba. He then lifts Baba up and plants him into the ground.

    Cutlass: Quick counter by Mad Dogg, showing early that he knows how to counter the explosive offence of Baba. I wonder if he can keep it up.

    Baba and Dogg are back to their feet and trading punches. Baba jumps up and delivers and elbow to the forehead of Dogg. Iron Baba then holds Mad Dogg in a front face-lock and delivers a knee to the gut of Mad Dogg

    Sid: Iron Baba now taking the focus to the mid-section of Mad Dogg.

    Iron Baba delivers a second knee to the gut, bringing Mad Dogg down to his knees; Baba drags Mad Dogg back up, still in the front face-lock, and delivers another knee to the gut dropping Mad Dogg to his knees. Baba then steps back, holding the head of Mad Dogg with one hand and delivers a knee to the side of the head, knocking Mad Dogg to the mat

    Cutlass: Iron Baba with a nasty knee to the side of the head. Keeping his opponent at bay.

    Baba drops to his knees and hooks the legs of Mad Dogg, the referee counts

    Mad Dogg kicks out

    Sid: Oh so close to an early pin right here!

    Baba gets back to his feet and walks away from Mad Dogg who also gets to his feet. Mad Dogg is standing by a ring corner and Baba rushes at him, looking to drive his shoulder into the gut of Mad Dogg with an impact spear. Mad Dogg rolls out of the way and Baba impacts hard with the ringpost, he sails to the ground clasping his shoulder.

    Sid: Oh big impact for Iron Baba, just not where he wanted.

    Cutlass: Brilliant on the fly reaction and thinking by Mad Dogg. He has weakened the shoulder of Baba and this gives him an edge in the rest of this match. He now has a weak spot he can exploit.

    Mad Dogg pulls Baba out of the corner and hooks his left legs with both his arms. He then flips Baba over into a face down position and steps over him. He then lifts and pulls on the leg of Baba, torqueing and tearing at the spine of Baba. Baba screams out in pain.

    Sid: Baba is locked in Mad Dogg’s one legged Boston crab. Is he creating another weak spot to exploit perhaps Curt?

    Cutlass: Maybe so Sid, maybe so.

    The referee asks Baba if he wants to give up but Baba refuses. Mad Dogg applies the lock even harder and Baba screams out again in pain.

    Cutlass: He has to tap out soon. He can’t go on much longer.

    Mad Dogg let’s go off the hold and lets Baba fall to the ground. Mad Dogg walks to the nearest ring corner and climbs up on the second turnbuckle.

    Sid: What is he doing now? Mad Dogg isn’t exactly known to be high flying.

    Cutlass: Whatever he has planned it is going to end up hurting.

    Mad Dogg jumps off of the ropes, lifting his right kneed forward positioning it to hit Baba over the head. Baba rolls away at the last minute, leaving Mad Dogg to drive his knee into the ring canvas hard. Mad Dogg grasps his knee and screams in pain.

    Sid: Oooh, well it did hurt, but not for who Mad Dogg had intended.

    Baba runs up to Mad Dogg as he is still getting to his feet and locks a front face lock on Mad Dogg. He then falls backwards, driving Mad Dogg’s head into the mat. Baba then sits up.

    Sid: Big DDT taking Mad Dogg back to the ground it seems like Iron Baba is taking control of this match.

    Iron Baba stands at the side of Mad Dogg, he then drops and elbow across the chest of Mad Dogg, he then stands up and drops a second elbow across the chest of Mad Dogg, Baba stands up again

    Sid: Iron Baba dishing out those elbow drops he is known for.

    Baba drops another elbow drop across Mad Dogg, he then stands up and drops another elbow drop across the chest of Mad Dogg. Baba stands up again and removes his the elbow pad and tosses it to the crowd. He then drops his exposed elbow across the chest of Mad Dogg and hooks the leg of Mad Dogg, the referee counts

    Sid: Baba removing the elbow pad to really drive that elbow in, will it be over?

    Mad Dogg kicks out

    Cutlass: Doesn’t look like it. Despite that big DDt followed by all those elbows Iron Baba just doesn’t seem to be able to keep Mad Dogg down.

    Iron Baba walks to the ropes himself and climbs up on the top turnbuckle, turned towards the crowd. He screams out at the crowd as Mad Dogg gets back to his feet.

    Sid: Iron Baba up on the top rope this time. Is he perhaps looking for a moonsault or similar?

    Mad Dogg runs up on the second turnbuckle behind Baba and strikes him in the back of the head with a running elbow strike. He then locks his arms around the waist of Baba in a rear waistlock. He then jumps backwards off of the turnbuckle, falling to the ground as he lifts and throws Baba over his shoulders into the ring. Planting Baba with a big reverse superplex.

    [size=x-small]*Crowd pops*[/size]

    Cutlass: We may never know Sid but I do know that the arena was just rocked by that big reverse superplex by Mad Dogg! Good god what a move!

    Mad Dogg crawls over to Baba and hooks the left leg of Baba. The ref counts.

    Iron Baba kicks out

    Sid: How tough is Iron Baba!? He kicked out of that big plex. This match isn’t over yet Curt.

    Both men get up to their feet slowly, Baba rushes the ropes on the other side of the ring and deliver a running soccer kick to the side of Mad Dogg, who is still standing on all four trying to get his bearings. The kick connects with the ribs.

    Sid: Big running kick from Iron baba. He must be looking to end this soon.

    Baba runs the ropes again, looking for another running kick. This time Baba launches off the canvas though, driving his shoulder into the gut of Baba, sending Baba to the ground.

    Cutlass: Impact spear from a possum position! Smart move by Mad Dogg.

    Mad Dogg drags Baba up to his feet, he turns Baba so he is facing away from him, Mad Dogg bends Baba forward, grabs hold of an arm and brings it between Baba’s legs, where he grabs it with his other hand.

    Cutlass: Mad Dogg! Looking for the Midnight Express!

    Mad Dogg hooks the free arm of Baba and lifts him up, flipping him onto his shoulder, holding his head in a three quarter front face lock while letting his body free fall behind him, Mad Dogg drops and impacts the chin of Ethan with his shoulder

    Sid: Big impact from Mad Dogg! Is this it?

    Mad Dogg hooks both the legs of Iron Baba.

    Mad Dogg wins.

    Josh Fordezski: Here is your winner…Mad Dogg!

    Sid: Mad Dogg picks up the win tonight. Is he closer to his breakout moment Curt?

    Cutlass: Maybe. He still has a bit to go but withstanding this short but intense fight with Iron Baba definitely pointed him in the right direction.

    [size=x-small]Mad Dogg grabs Baba by the hair and lifts him to his feet. He then lifts baba into a military press and walks to the edge of the ring. [/size]

    Sid: He isn’t going to dump Baba out of the ring is he? There’s no need to pour salt into the wound right?

    Cutlass: He is trying to break out Sid. Let him play.

    [size=x-small]Baba slinks out of the military press hold and ends up behind Mad Dogg, he pushes Mad Dogg over the ropes and Mad Dogg lands on his feet outside the ring. The two stare at each other before Mad Dogg starts heading up the ramp, referee keeping Baba in the ring. [/size]

    Sid: Well looks like we have to defuse another situation here folks. We’ll be right back after these messages!

    [size=x-small]Fade to black. [/size]


    [align=left]Result: Mad Dogg def Iron Baba ​
    Written By: Stopspot[/align]

    Show Spoiler
    [size=x-small]Brent Nixon's Theme hits

    *Crowd Pop*

    Brent Nixon walks out on the stage and jumps on the spot yelling out "c'mon" wearing black ¾ length MMA shorts with subtle bits of white outline, black trainers, a plain black T-Shirt only with his name written on in a nasty looking font. Brent then walks down the ramp.

    Josh Fordezski: From Derby, England, weighing in at 234lbs, Brent Nixon! & in the ring his opponent, Alex Kidd

    Sid: Brent Nixon set to take on another FNW rookie Curt, Alex Kidd. Can Alex Kidd put a dent in the rampage that Nixon has been on?

    [size=x-small]Brent walks down the ramp, staring at the ring/opponent, he walks round to the steps and walks up and into the ring.[/size]

    Cutlass: Sid, I keep telling you, Brent Nixon is just unstoppable

    Alex Kidd runs towards Nixon and Nixon runs at Alex Kidd he brings his foot up and kicks Alex Kidd in the chest, pushing him down to the mat with his foot

    Sid: The power of Nixon on display right there

    Nixon drops to his knees and covers, the referee counts

    Alex Kidd kicks out

    Alex Kidd gets up coughing and Nixon gets to his feet stalking Kidd. Nixon runs at Alex Kidd, thrusting his shoulder to the gut of Alex Kidd and pulls the legs up to force Alex Kidd to the mat

    Sid: Woah big spear right there!

    Nixon hooks the leg of Alex Kidd. The referee counts

    Alex Kidd kicks out

    Brent Nixon drags Kidd up & delivers a gut kick to Alex Kidd and then applies a front face-lock, he then places his head underneath the armpit of Alex Kidd and clutches the inside leg of Alex Kidd

    Cutlass: Brent looking for some sort of suplex here

    Nixon lifts Alex Kidd up and over his head, slamming him to the mat head first

    Sid: Nasty suplex there!

    Brent then covers Alex Kidd the referee counts

    The referee calls for the bell

    [size=x-small]Brent Nixon's Theme hits

    *Crowd Pop*

    Brent Nixon stands up and raises his arm, he then turns to show the camera his back with the names "Ethan Robins & Tyler Robins now tattoo'd there under the name Alex Kidd

    Josh Fordezski: Here is your winner...Brent Nixon!

    Sid: I think that was the fastest defeat in Fight Night Wrestling history Curt

    Cutlass: I think so too Sid, but look at the back of Nixon, Alex Kidd's name will most likely be added there

    [size=x-small]Nixon exits the ring and makes his way to the back[/size]


    [align=left]Result: Brent Nixon def Alex Kidd ​
    Written By: Sheldor[/align]

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    Show Spoiler
    [size=x-small]Brian Messias's Theme hits

    *Crowd Boo*

    Messias walks out on the stage wearing black trunks with a red zig zag design on the side of them, black wrist tape, knee pads and boots. Messias makes his way down the ramp ignoring the fans.

    Josh Fordezski: From Toronto, Ontario, Canada, weighing in at 235lbs, "The Annihaltor" Brian Messias!

    Sid: Ladies and Gentlemen Brian Messias comes out here and tonight Curt, he could be able to put himself back in first place, as we know Max Power did not get his win tonight

    Cutlass: Very true Sid, Messias even said on his little podcast he posts to the site, that anyone who wants to get a win should join him, now Messias has lost & defeated Lucas Hacksaw, so I don't believe he would pick anyone, he needs to pick someone who he can get a win with

    [size=x-small]Messais quickly walks down the ramp, he steps up onto the 2nd steel step then onto the apron and quickly into the ring.[/size]

    Sid: If Messias is victorious tonight, he will be half way to qualifying for the fatal four-way match

    [size=x-small]Messias stands in the ring looking at the fans as he shuffles his shoulders forward and stands in place[/size]

    Cutlass: So who has this man picked as his partner?

    [size=x-small]Zach Schmidt's Theme hits

    *Crowd Boo*

    Zach walks out slowly wearing an alligator skinned jacket with yellows eyes painted on the back, black alligator skinned trunks with a green stripe down the middle and "GATOR" Written on the back, and black wrestling boots with a green stripe down the ankle.

    Josh Fordezski: From Boston, Massachusetts, weighing in at 240lbs, Zach Schmidt!

    Sid: He picks Zach Schmidt? He picks the man who has tied him with wins, Curt they don't even like each other

    Cutlass: Very true, both these guys believe they are the best in the business, there is a risk that egos will collide but you have to remember Sid, Hacksaw has beat both these guys in the last two weeks, so there is something to keep these guys keen

    [size=x-small]Zach walks slowly to the ring slapping away fans hands from touching him and climbs up onto the apron and then steps through the ropes and into the ring.[/size]

    Sid: Zach Schmidt & Brian Messias will tag together, perhaps put there differences aside for one night to both climb up a spot in the standings

    [size=x-small]Zach stands in the center of the ring looking out on the crowd[/size]

    [size=x-small]Lucas Hacksaw's Theme hits

    *Crowd Pop*

    Hacksaw walks out wearing a blue mask, a brown jacket, jean shorts, black wrestling boots. He stands at the bottom and raises his hand up with force, he then turns around to face the stage wear he spreads his arms as pyro flares off. Hacksaw then spins round and walks to the ring.

    Josh Fordezski: From New York, New York, weighing in at 250lbs, Lucas "The Smasher" Hacksaw!

    Sid: & here comes their opponent, the man who has "smashed" both these guys in the past two weeks, in fact Zach Schmidt has been unable to defeat Lucas Hacksaw one on one, perhaps with the help of Brian Messias he can get the job done?

    [size=x-small]Hacksaw walks slowly down to the ring before climbing up onto the apron and slowly in the ring.[/size]

    Cutlass: That may very well be the case Sid, Zach Schmidt blames the referee, but when it comes down to it, as we keep saying every win matters, forget the referee,, forget everyone else, you need to be able to beat your opponent, if you can't then hard cheese

    [size=x-small]Hacksaw climbs up the turnbuckle and poses for the crowd[/size]

    Sid: Lets see who has Hacksaw picked for his opponent?

    [size=x-small]Andrew Austins theme hits.

    *Crowd has a mixed reaction*

    The arena flashes gold before it goes dark as one single spotlight is left on. Austins steps into the spotlight dressed in black wrestling boots and with one black knee pad on his right knee, he wears dark jeans shorts instead of tights. He looks out at the crowd with a sneer and a scowl on his face. He raises his hand and points down at his opponent in the ring before he starts walking down the ramp.

    Josh Fordezski: And his opponent! From ST. Louis, Missouri. Weighing in at 175 lbs. Andrew…Austins!

    Cutlass: He picks Andrew Austins? This guy has only a win & 2 loses? What is Hacksaw thinking? You have guys like Mad Dogg, Brent Nixon, Iron Baba & he picks Andrew Austins?.

    [size=x-small]Andrew stops by the bottom of the ramp, looks up at the ring and sneers at his opponent. Andrew then climbs the stairs and gets into the ring. He gets up on the top rope and looks out at the crowd. [/size]

    Sid: I guess because Austins competed against Messias last week & lost, perhaps there is some fire there to rectify his loss.

    [size=x-small]Andrew jumps of the top rope and stares at his opponent, waiting for the bell to ring. [/size]

    Sid: So it is Lucas Hacksaw & Andrew Austins vs Brian Messias & Zach Schmidt

    Austins & Zach get onto the apron as the referee calls for the bell. Hacksaw & Messias lock up, Messias ducks under the arm of Hacksaw and locks in a rear waist lock, Messias then clubs Hacksaw in the back of the head with his forearm, knocking Hacksaw forward, Hacksaw turns as Messias jumps into the air, kicking him in mid-air with a dropkick and both men hit the mat

    Sid: Brian Messias with a lovely standing dropkick, on Hacksaw

    Messias holds the head of Lucas Hacksaw with one hand then brings his bicep up and connects with the chin of Lucas Hacksaw sending him back into Messias's corner

    Cutlass: Nice shot there from Messias to Lucas Hacksaw

    Hacksaw elbows Zach, knocking him off the apron, he then runs forward and ducks under the extended arm of Messias, Messias turns around in the corner and Hacksaw hits him with a right hand, Hacksaw then irish whips Messias towards his corner, however he stands his ground and sends Messias back into his own corner chest first, Messias bounces out

    Sid: Hacksaw smashes Messias into the corner, nothing but slim padding and steel

    Hacksaw delivers a gut kick to Brian messias, he then applies a three quarter front face-lock on Brian messias and throws his near arm over Hacksaw's head. Hacksaw then rolls sideways dragging Brian messias over him and lands him on the mat neck and shoulders first, the referee counts

    Sid: Nice move there by Hacksaw, a neckbreaker pinning combination right there!

    Brian messias kicks out

    Sid: Lucas Hacksaw trying to end this match early, Messias still to good

    Hacksaw drags Messias up by his arm and then wrenches it. Hacksaw moves underneath the arm and behind Messias holding his arm against his back, Messias delivers an elbow to Hacksaw, releasing Hacksaw's grip on his arm, Hacksaw turns back around to face Messias as Messias jumps into the air and kicks Hacksaw over the top rope and to the outside

    Cutlass: Brian Messias with a comeback that now bides him some time & puts him at an advantage

    Hacksaw gets to his feet and slides in the ring, he stomps towards Messias, however Messias quickly tags in Zach

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Boo*[/size]

    Sid: Little odd, Messias tags in Zach so early

    Cutlass: This is a tag team match Sid, Messias didn't pick Zach to just be the eye candy of the team.

    Zach steps through the ropes. Hacksaw & Zach then circle the ring

    Sid: In my opinion Curt these two guys in the ring right now have the most interesting rivalry in Fight Night Wrestling, Zach Schmidt is such a dominant star but seems to be unable to defeat Lucas Hacksaw

    Cutlass: That is why it is my belief Messias picked Zach, to finally get that win, or you could see it as a challenge, Zach maybe the one who drags it down & Brian Messias wants to overcome this match with a handicap on his side

    Zach and Hacksaw lock up in a collar and elbow tie-up, Zach immediately delivers a knee to Hacksaw's gut and the grabs Hacksaw's right arm, Zach then jumps up into the air, bringing both his knees up and pulls his arm against his knees as he falls back, hitting the mat back first and impacts the arm, Lucas Hacksaw rolls off clutching his arm in pain

    Sid: Zach Schmidt going after the arm he concentrated on last week, I don't think it has fully healed up since last week

    Zach grabs holds of Hacksaw's arm and places it on the mat, he then stamps on the elbow, Hacksaw rolls to the side clutching his arm

    Cutlass: As we keep saying Sid, Zach Schmidt trained analyzing Alligators from the swamp, this man like the reptile just targets those limbs, so smart

    Zach pulls Hacksaw up and grabs the right arm, he twists it and then walks back to his corner, dragging Hacksaw towards it. Messias tags himself in and gets into the ring, he then steps onto the second tope and hits a double axe-handle on the arm of Hacksaw, Hacksaw turns around holding his arm

    Sid: Brian Messias back in now to inflict some pain, did you catch what Messias had been saying Curt this week concerning his tag partner, he had thousand of offers from Canadian Superstars

    Cutlass: The stars at the back believe Messias has a massive ego Sid, I have no beef with the guy, I think confidence is good to show

    Messias drags Hacksaw up and whips him into the corner, Hacksaw hits the turnbuckle chest first and bounces out, Messias runs towards Hacksaw and jumps, locks in a side-headlock, and attempts to hit a bulldog, Hacksaw however throws Messias off his head and Messias hits the mat back first

    Sid: Woah nice counter there by Lucas Hacksaw, the Veteran saw that move coming a mile away & perfectly reversed it

    Messias gets to his feet holding his back in pain, Hacksaw raises his boot and kicks Messias in the chest knocking him back to the turnbuckle.

    Cutlass: Brian Messias a little rattled after hitting the mat, around the corners Sid it is a little harder so Messias will be hurting after hitting the mat that hard.

    Hacksaw applies a front face-lock on Messias, he then flips the arm over his head. He then lifts Messias up and places him on the top turnbuckle. Hacksaw then stepped up to the top rope and clubs Messias's back

    Sid: Hacksaw has Messias on the top rope, no where to go. What is Hacksaw going to do?

    Hacksaw then lifts Messias onto his shoulders in a fireman's carry, Hacksaw then turns around on the second rope to face the ring, he jumps off, performing a rolling senton, landing Messias to the mat back first, Hacksaw quickly turns around to cover

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Cutlass: Hacksaw off the second rope with homage to Ken Anderson

    Messias kicks out

    Sid: A close call there Curt Messias just managed to kick out of that high impact move from Hacksaw, Messias got smashed but still kicked out

    Hacksaw turns over and crawls to his corner, he gets to his knees & then leaps to tag in Austins, Messias pulls himself up on the ropes

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Cutlass: Hacksaw being very smart, makes a tag to his partner, lets not forget he has been on each week, back to back, & as he has an injured right arm, he is wise to tag in Austins now

    Austins springs up to the top rope and jumps off where he connects with an elbow to Messias chest, knocking Messias of his feet and to the mat, Austins gets to his feet and stands at the side of Messias, he jumps into the air, flipping backwards and splashes on Messias, Austins then hooks the leg, the referee counts

    Messias kicks out

    Austins gets up and pulls Messias up, Messias stretches his arm out and swings it at Austins, who ducks it. Austins then reaches around Messias's neck and underhooks one of Messias's legs and locks his hands in front of Messias's Chest, he then leans back, dragging Messias up and over Austin's head and slams him to the mat back & neck first while bridging. The referee counts

    Messias kicks out

    Sid: Austin avoids a clothesline and comes back with a beautiful Regal Suplex to Mr Messias with authority

    Austins drags Messias up and places him in a side-headlock. Austin's then runs at the ropes where he runs up to the 2nd rope, he kicks off swinging round and Messias throws Austins of his head and Austins hits the mat back first

    Cutlass: & Brian Messias, the greatest wrestler in the planet just throws Austins off him like he was a rag doll.

    Messias runs at the ropes, he rebounds off the ropes and runs at Austins who sits up, Messias steps of the knee of Austins and connects with his other knee to the head of Austins knocking him back to the mat. Messias drops to the mat and covers Austins, the referee counts

    Sid: Brian Messias hits a thunderous Shinning Wizard on his opponent!

    Austins kicks out

    Messias walks over to his corner & tags Zach, he then gets onto the apron. Zach gets up onto the top rope as Austins gets up to his feet

    Cutlass: Zach going up to the top rope, what has he got planned here?

    Zach jumps off the top rope, he kicks Austins in the chest with both legs, knocking Austins back to the mat.

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Sid: Zach comes off the top rope for a big, big missile dropkick, knocks his opponent off his feet with some power

    Zach kifts Austins up and then applies a front waist lock on Austins, he then lifts him up, clenching the hold tighter, Austins yells out in pain

    Cutlass: Zach going for the submission approach, trying to wear down his opponent

    Zach swings Austins left and right, tightening his grip, Austins begins to fade

    Sid: This maybe all she wrote for Austins

    The referee asks Austins if he wishes to submit, Austins refuses. Zach wrenches tighter with the hold, Messias then tags his self in, Zach drops Messias to the mat and turns to Messias asking him what he is doing, Messias then points to the apron and barks Zach to get out of the ring, the referee shuns Zach to get on the apron

    Cutlass: Think you were right about the Egos Sid, Brian Messias tags himself in at the point Zach Schmidt could have won the match

    Sid: I believe Messias wants the win, he wouldn't want anyone else to get that win but himself.

    Messias whips Austins into the ropes, Austins rebounds off the ropes, Messias scoops up Austins across his chest as hespins 180 degress to slam him to the mat back first with a powerslam. Messias hooks the leg of Austins the referee counts

    Sid: Messias put some power behind that powerslam!

    Austins kicks out

    Messias steps between the legs of Austins with one leg and wraps the legs around it, Messias then places the ankles of Austins under his armpit and steps over Austins, Messias leans back to compress the legs of Austins and the back.

    Cutlass: Messias locks in a sharpshooter, shades of the Hitman Bret Hart!

    Austins yells out in pain, holding his head as the referee asks him if he wishes to give up

    Sid: Messias looking straight at Zach & Austins looking at his partner Hacksaw who is too far away to tag, Austins may have to tap out

    Messias steps towards his corner & Zach reaches out and tags himself in, he then gets in and tells Messias to get on the apron, Messias releases his hold on Austins & stares at Zach.

    Cutlass: Zach Schmidt now tags himself back into the ring, Brian Messias is livid that he could do such a thing

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Chant: Get out Brian!*[/size]

    Zach then points at the apron, Messias steps towards Zach and looks down towards Zach in anger

    Sid: Zach & Messias, The Gator Zach face to face with the Annihilator Messias, looks like these two are ready to throw down

    Austins, who crawled under the ropes, springs up to the top rope and kicks both Messias & Zach, Messias sent over the top rope to the floor and Zach to the mat. Austins then covers Zach

    Cutlass: Austins may have it here after the distraction

    Zach kicks out

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Sid: Zach just able to kick out of that springboard dropkick by Austins

    Austins kips up, he drags Zach up who quickly rakes Austin's eye

    Cutlass: Zach with a quick counter there.

    Zach delivers a gut to Austins and then applies a front face-lock to Austins. Zach falls back to the mat dragging Austins head first to mat.

    Sid: Zach plants Austins hard with a DDT

    Zach pushes Austins off him and then hooks the leg, the referee counts

    Austins gets his foot on the rope just before the referee's hand hits the mat

    Zach gets up and raises his arm at Messias, shouting at him "that is how you do it Bitch. Messias stares at him angrily

    Sid: I don't think Zach got the three count Curt

    The referee tells Zach it was a two count & Messias begins to point at him & laugh, Zach then steps towards him and slaps him to tag him in

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Messias steps in as Zach slides out shouting "you do better then you arrogant A-hole", Austins crawls and makes a tag to Hacksaw who walks up behind Messias, Messias then spits at Zach

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop & Boo*[/size]

    Cutlass: Messias, Messias you better turn around, better yet don't turn around, get out of the ring

    Messias turns round staring at the mat Hacksaw grasps the throat of Messias, he then flips the near arm over his head and grabs the side of Messias with his other hand, Hacksaw then lifts Messias up and throws him to the mat landing him back first

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    Sid: Chokeslam!

    Hacksaw drops to the mat and covers Messias, Austins runs around on the apron, swings on the ring post and continues running on the apron where he leaps off rolling forward and lands on Zach. the referee counts

    [size=x-small]*Crowd Pop*[/size]

    The referee calls for the bell

    [size=x-small]Lucas Hacksaw's Theme hits

    *Crowd Pop*

    Hacksaw gets up and raises his left arm, Austins then gets into the ring and shakes Lucas's left hand before rolling out the ring and walking backstage. Hacksaw then steps up onto the second rope & raises his left arm again.

    Josh Fordezski: Here are your winners, The team of Andrew Austins & Lucas "The Smasher" Hacksaw!

    Sid: Andrew Austins not sticking around to celebrate, he has a microphone in his hand though Curt as he walks up to the ramp

    [size=x-small]The music cuts as Andrew turns around and stares into a camera[/size]

    Andrew Austins: Vinnie Rose, all this week you have been poking fun at my weight, well I am a 175lbs WIIIINNNNNNEEEEEEERRRRRRRR!

    Andrew Austins: Now you can say what you want, but at least I remain here loyal to the brand FNW, unlike you, for those who didn't know Vinnie Rose was contemplating Jumping Ship to HCW. So Rose I got myself a match next week & I picked you as my opponnet, I will show you why I am Awesome & like tonight I will win.

    [size=x-small]Austins drops the mic and makes his way backstage as Hacksaw walks up the ramp. Messias then stares at Zach while sitting in the corner holding his head as Zach makes his way up the ramp[/size]

    Sid: Ladies and Gentlemen The Championship Chase has just got more interesting, Lucas Hacksaw & Andrew Austins both winners tonight. Curt it's time to check the leaderboard

    1st: Max Power (4/0)
    2nd: Brian Messias (4/2), Brent Nixon (4/2) & Lucas Hacksaw (4/2)
    3rd: Zach Schmidt (4/3)
    4th: Mad Dogg (2/0)
    5th: Andrew Austins (2/2)
    6th: Neil Thorn (1/1) Johnathon Grimm (1/1)
    7th: Vinnie Rose (1/2)
    8th: Iron Baba (1/3)
    9th: True Warrior (0/2) Ace Young (0/2)
    10thth: Masked Machine (0/3) Clash (0/3)

    Sid: & Brent Nixon & Lucas Hacksaw move up to 2nd place with Brian Messias. Max Power as we know did not get his win this week. But looks like Max Power, Messias, Nixon & Hacksaw are the guys that will compete in the fatal four-way match

    Cutlass: don't count out Mad Dogg or Andrew's who are coming up quite well this week. As we know Clash will face Masked Machine before his bout in a rematch against Max Power. Vinnie Rose is going one on one with Mr Vinnie Rose. But Lucas Hacksaw vs Zach, not Zach Schmidt, but in a testing match agianst Zach Wood, to see whether he is worthy or not to join the roster & Brian Messias & Zach Schmidt are going to conduct a live interview in the ring, and after tonight, you can tell these guys will be angry as angry can be

    Sid: That has been the show, thank you for joining us everyone & we will see you all next week


    [align=left]Result: Lucas Hacksaw & Andrew Austins def Brian Messias & Zach Schmidt ​
    Written By: Sheldor[/align]


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  2. Are you fucking kidding me? Brian Messias managed to fucking cost me the win! I would think that he would want to win more than anything and he cost me the win. Worthless piece of shit gave Hacksaw another win and I'm fucking fuming. You better believe I'll have some words for Messias next week.

    (btw, wheres the Preview Card and Rate Thread)
  3. Preview and rate card will come tomorrow.
  4. :vince: You already know who i am, and why my opinion matters. I am here to get a low quality halfassed federation of fighters, if that is what some of you actually refer to yourselves as. I see more monsters who couldnt ever find a suit in their size, let alone become employed in some realistic fashion, and misfits who would be more suited to wash my dishes than to enter a ring with me, but your bodies are your own problem, and I plan on sending you home paid with disability, you're welcome.

    Max Power vs the clash is a simple waste of time. Congrats to max, who had a great match, before being informed the fans weren't worthy of seeing this gross "match" end tonight, and they could plan on being disappointed for TWO WEEKS! This is probably proposed by both Clash, who ran like the small child he appears to be, and Max Power, who is to be feared outside the ring, :obama:. I say keep them in the dark match next week.

    Next up is MADD DOGG, vs IRON BABA, two deformed lunatics who plan on a career in the circus after their time here is finished. This match was a bender, exactly as graet as you would assume opening the cages in a zoo during feeding time could be. Iron baba is name to be feared, if you had something that scarred you while reading the wizard of oz as a child, while Madd Dogg prefers to be put in a doghouse at night and only scares little children. The winner of this match was no one, as all of you lose when this is an important match for the fed.

    Brent Nixon is a fighter. This match was a squash, presented to you by Alex Kidd. The people deserve great, and that is what Nixon plans on giving them, he is an unstoppable force, who will project me to the superstardom i deserve. That is right people, pray for Nixon, ask that he continues to win, so that he can forever brag to people that he lost to the GREAT Aids Johnson, and it was worth the broken back, arms, and legs that I will provide him.

    Finally, we have a tag match, where Brian Messias goes against Lucas Hacksaw, with each having a member yet to be named. Messias has chosen Zach Schmidt, and Hacksaw chooses AA, Austin Andrews. AA is a huge pick to have on the team, and it seems a classic heel vs face battle has ensued. The unfortunate part, is there is one main component missing...Superstars. These mid carders who rate themselves solely based on the concept of wins or losses, the matches themselves being lost in a game of roll ups and arm bars. Good news everyone, your champion is here. Aids is here, and i am here to clean these horrible cards up, and to destroy my opponents, giving way towards a new era of suitable opponents, and deserving champions. Welcome, to the Era of Aids.
  5. HQ Post from AidsJohnson noted