11-13-2011, 02:51 PM
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: The Fountain of Dreams
Re: Presenting AOW: Art of War Wrestling - The Greatest Affair
And in my own effort to stir up competitiveness, the answer will be me. That is all
Originally Posted by Stojy
On a side note, and in attempt to stir up some competitiveness, I wonder who's Helms/Danielson will be better. Yours or Imac. That is all.
Not too sure when this'll be up, but I'm aiming for Wednesday/Thursday-ish. It's getting to be final exam time at Uni so just trying to squeeze this thing along while trying to keep it fun for me.
The Hammerstein Ballroom – Manhattan, New York City, New York
*Final 1-Hour Edition*
“Attack by Stratagem”
At AOW’s first ever Supershow, Chris Jericho walked away with the AOW Championship still wrapped around his waist. But the following week, Rob Van Dam was named to be the sole man he would defend against at AOW’s first ever PPV event, World Ablaze! When Van Dam was given control of who Jericho would face until then, the champion scoffed and demanded something be done. What did Jericho do about this? He’s seemingly been sneaking around, using Torrie Wilson to potentially fulfill his plans to get to General Manager Mick Foley! But this week, it’s time for all the manipulations to stop! This Wednesday on Oblivion, Mick Foley and AOW Owner Paul Heyman oversee the contract signing between their biggest stars, set to go on their biggest stage yet! It’s Rob Van Dam and Chris Jericho’s AOW Championship match contract signing.
Last week, we saw a great deal of tension between GM Foley and Paul Heyman, which was put on hold when Torrie Wilson entered the frame and begged for a return of Christian Cage. While Heyman accepted, he said it was for “this week and this week only”! Now that Christian Cage’s suspension has been lifted for only one night, what does the slowly deteriorating Cage have to say to the AOW faithful that seemingly turned their backs on him and forced him to become the ‘Man on the Moon’? What is the ‘bigger picture’ that he sees? Or is all this just mumbo-jumbo in the mind of an insane man?
As seen on aohdubya.com, Gregory Helms is taking matters into his own hands when it comes to Bryan Danielson. Not only has he kidnapped the Cruiserweight Championship, but he’s taken the liberty of putting off Danielson’s title defense against him ‘til World Ablaze instead of this week. Instead, he will try and do what Danielson could not do in his first AOW match – defeat Rey Mysterio under Yin v. Yang rules. There’s no count outs, and with Helm seemingly bent on proving that he’s better than Danielson in every way possible, how will this chain of events play out?
Two weeks ago, along with the announcement of the contract signing, we were promised a tag team match between the high-octane, high-flying teams of the Hooliganz and Low Jack that could have potentially been for the #1 Contendership. However, it appears that that title shot has been lapped up by The Mercenaries by somewhat shadowy means. The two teams will still have their match, but could the outcome potentially skew the way the title match is set up and name another contender…?
Last week saw the introduction of three young, promising tag teams – one of them scheduled, one of them completely out of the blue, and the other destructively unseen! Now, after decimating the Sons of the Dungeon following their defeat at the hands of American Made, the mysteriously destructive team will make an address about why they did and who they are. Also, the Sons of the Dungeon are poised to speak with the recently announced Tag Team Halloween on the horizon, Muhammad Hassan still has a title shot and money to burn, and have Ken Doane and Chris Masters made the impact they intended…? All this and more on the explosive, final 1-hour edition of AOW Wednesday Night Oblivion, 9/8c on FX!!
.:Confirmed for Oblivion:.
World Ablaze AOW Championship match contract signing
Christian Cage speaks
~YIN v. YANG~
Rey Mysterio v. Gregory Helms
Low Jack v. The Hooliganz
The team that assaulted the Sons of the Dungeon speak
Muhammad Hassan’s “5-Minute, $50,000 Challenge” continues