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Re: Presenting AOW: Art of War Wrestling - The Greatest Affair
Thanks for the feedback, fellas. This show is still more than open for review, but I just thought I'd get some news out of thew way.
News and Notes
Originally Posted by Newsheet
~Rey Mysterio is highly expected to be written out of TV within the next few weeks leading into the first ever PPV. Mysterio voluntarily rushed back from recovering from knee surgery to get the budding company off the ground in its opening several weeks, but with the feel that the company can go without him for a while, Mysterio has opted to continue his rehabilitation, which the company is more than open to him doing.
~The training ranks of AOW’s development system in OVW is getting all the stronger. With Lance Storm and Finlay being used more in New York, AOW officials have been avidly trying to sign William Regal to a contract once his current one expires with the WWE. The feeling is that not only can Regal aid in training both AOW and OVW talent, but could very well be the company’s first real road agent and give it a foot in the door of leaving the Hammerstein on a weekly basis in the near future.
~Speaking of OVW, the first call-ups from OVW are expected to make their first appearances this week, with the “Sons of the Dungeon” making their debut and “American Made” seemingly going to grace the program as well, although probably not to compete. There is a rumor going around that there could be yet another duo coming up depending on the success of the first OVW class in AOW.
~The internal feeling about the first-ever “A.O.K.O.” match is fairly sketchy, but there is all around undisputed faith in both Samoa Joe and Finlay, especially in that they be the two to set the bar with it and would make the most out of the situation should anything go wrong with the way the match works. This was also the reason why this match was somewhat hotshot instead of occurring at the PPV, with both the uncertainty cited and with the other PPV plans reportedly being ‘just as big’. There is to be a release on aohdubya.com prior to the match reiterating the rules of the brutal contest.
Not the best PPV poster ever, but I needed something. Again, show still open for feedback. Still haven't got the most time in the world to work on things, but expect the next show preview in the next few days and hope I can get a little more active in the section again.
Originally Posted by aohdubya.com
WORLD ABLAZE POSTER REVELATION
There are still tickets available for the first ever AOW Pay-Per-View World Ablaze, coming to you live on November 11th, 2007, from the TD Banknorth Garden in the white-hot city of Boston!!
Tootles 'til next time.