Breaking News Golden Opportunity Invitational to take place at Duality In some news coming straight from the GM's office, Trent Kingsley has announced the Golden Opportunity Invitational match. This match will feature either 3 or 4 competitors who will compete for the chance to face the Precision World Heavyweight Champion at Money in the Bank. This looks to be a great chance for superstars to finally reach the top of mountain here in Precision. More details will be released within the coming weeks.
If you would like to be involved in this match and are not a champion, then feel free to PM me saying that you want in. If we get more than 4 people, then I will leave it to the randomiser.
After the main event of the Duality pay-per-view event, during which former Precision Champion Jack Rogue suffered three "Perfected Bullet" knees to the head and two "Kingdom Clashes", which also attacked the head, from Will Neilson, Rogue was delirious and momentarily fell unconscious backstage. He has been taken to a medical facility in Las Vegas to be tested for concussions. More information will be provided as we receive it.
Discussion and debate have flared since Precision's announcement of possible concussions to Jack Rogue after Duality as to whether or not the announcement is a work. The announcement appears to match the format of other "shoot" announcements the company has made on its website, as opposed to the more dramatic and promotional copy of their kayfabe announcements. However, the referee never threw up the "X" during the Rogue vs Neilson match and Rogue appeared lucid throughout as well as afterwards, where he had his hand raised, walked up the ramp and shook hands with Trent Kingsley unassisted. Ultimately, only time will tell whether or not Rogue is legitimately injured but, if he is, we wish him a quick and full recovery.
"Rumors have been spreading that links with the former Agents Of Mayhem member, Tyler Moon and Precision have been going on, which could lead into Tyler Moon signing back. As remembered Tyler Moon was set to face two other superstars on is debut months ago but never appeared, no one knew the reason to what happened but were pretty pissed about the situation as they were looking forward to the fan favorite professional wrestler start his adventure solo. Is this just a rumor or is this going down?"
Twenty-four hours before our Money In The Bank PPV, reports reached Precision that Jack Rogue, one of the competitors in the main event ladder match, had suffered a relapse into the psychotic aspect of his bipolar condition. He reportedly did serious damage to his home and emergency services were called to the property in Denver, Colorado. With the help of medication, medical personnel and his therapist, Amanda Jones, Rogue eventually came back to his senses and is now considered mentally stable.
We would like to apologise to all Precision fans who were hoping to see Mr Rogue at Money In The Bank or the most recent episode of Precision but, above all, are overjoyed to hear of our colleague's return to good health. Questions have been raised as to whether Rogue will ever be truly stable again and we can announce that the former Precision Champion intends to refute these doubts on his return to Precision next week.