09-24-2011, 09:47 PM
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: The Fountain of Dreams
Re: Presenting AOW: Art of War Wrestling - The Greatest Affair
Thanks in bunches, fellas. I greatly appreciate the kind words and feedback, especially considering I didn't think it was my best show. The next one's slow coming seeing as how I'm busy and will be for a while, but it shouldn't be so bad. I'll be returning some feed over the next few days, time willing. But enough chatter. Down to business.
First off, there isn't much knowledge between folks about the man they call Aero Star, so here's his Wiki page and a link to a video highlighting him from YouTube
Hope that at least clarifies that about him. And no, he's not Sin Cara . But again, to business. Which for now is a preview...
Hope this'll be up in a few days. Hope all is well for all 'til then.
The Hammerstein Ballroom – Manhattan, New York City, New York
“Deceive the Heavens to Cross the Ocean…”
Last week, we saw in the intense revelation of the main event for the first ever AOW PPV event, World Ablaze. Rob Van Dam will face Chris Jericho for the Worthy Man’s AOW Championship! But Jericho’s immense power trip has hit a snag, as we also learned that General Manager Mick Foley has granted RVD complete control of Chris Jericho’s opponents every week leading into the event! With the tables now turned on Jericho, he apparently has turned his attention towards the very vulnerable Torrie Wilson to manipulate his way back into power. What’s next for Jericho? What’s next for RVD? And potentially most importantly, what role will Torrie play in the grand scheme of things…?
Speaking of ‘intense revelations’, the destructive hatred between Dave Finlay and Samoa Joe seems like it’s not over. Despite their absolute war at AOW’s Supershow two weeks ago, it seems like it won’t end. Finlay doesn’t seem to take losing very well, destroying Samoa Joe with repeated shillelagh shots during Joe’s match against Chris Jericho last week. Does the man who loves to fight have an answer for his continued assault of Joe? These two men of few words still have plenty of bad blood between them that needs to be resolved somehow, which quite possibly won’t be until one of or both of these men are in fact in blood.
The concept of ‘intensity’ rages all the way through the rings of AOW – from the top of the mountain to the base of it. And CM Punk isn’t going to let Muhammad Hassan forget that. Punk vehemently expressed his discontent with the manner in which Hassan not only won the title, but very much so plans to keep it. Hassan insisted Punk was just jealous, but Punk says it runs deeper than that – it’s also about both men’s very livelihood, with Punk targeting the fact that he’s paying his way to the top with The Mercenaries – the team of Paul Burchill and Brent Albright – at his disposal. That same team interrupted the title match between Hassan and Rey Mysterio at the Supershow, but were quickly turned away by Punk and another man with a great sense of honor, Lance Storm. This week, all six of these men lock horns to resolve their ‘intensity’.
Gregory Helms thinks he’s an innocent man, the cruiserweights have a brand new face in Aero Star, and the tag team division has new blood as well in Low Jack, but even more on the way! The landscape of AOW is rapidly changing, with a PPV, an extended timeslot, and an incredible roster all coming together. So don’t you miss a single second of the action – this Wednesday, 9/8c on FX!
.:Confirmed for Oblivion:.
CM Punk, Rey Mysterio, & Lance Storm v. Muhammad Hassan & The Mercenaries
Samoa Joe and Finlay in attendance