The Sleeping Giant
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: The Fountain of Dreams
Re: Presenting AOW: Art of War Wrestling - The Greatest Affair
World Ablaze is still more than open for feedback, and this isn't the greatest preview ever, but it's been about a month and I feel like getting back in thing. Sorry if the preview is a little skimpy - I'm not the biggest fan of posting the entire planned show card on previews. Keep you suckers interested. Show should be up Wednesday/Thursday-ish.
The Hammerstein Ballroom – Manhattan, New York City, New York
“Despair From the Greatest Affair”
Only 72 hours removed from the biggest event in AOW, nay, wrestling history, the wrestlers of AOW are still feeling the shockwaves of World Ablaze! The biggest shocks being felt have done nothing short of change everything we knew about AOW and pro wrestling altogether – Christian Cage is fired, Bobby Lashley tricked us all, and Chris Jericho has an otherworldly scheme surrounding all of it, including the retention his AOW Championship. Tonight, after the most shocking twist of events in AOW’s young history, we will hear not only from Bobby Lashley himself, but from the AOW Champion Chris Jericho and what this entire plan is about.
On an interesting note of last night, not a single AOW Championship changed hands in the biggest event in AOW’s young history. Along with Chris Jericho, the WGTT, Bryan Danielson, and Muhammad Hassan all kept their names engraved on the championship gold. But there is no rest for any of these men quite yet! Especially in Hassan’s case, which saw a brutal finish to his match with Lance Storm for the Dynasty Championship. Hassan retained, but not before delivering an absolutely harrowing message to the thorn in his side, CM Punk by driving Storm’s face into the canvas with not one, but THREE Kligerman Drops. With Storm reportedly out for a long period of time, is there anything CM Punk can do to up and topple Hassan without the man he considers a sort of mentor? Both Hassan and Punk seem to have the other in their sights, as Hassan has issued an ‘invitation’ to CM Punk for something he hasn’t confirmed. What’s up the bitter Hassan’s sleeve…?
Sunday night also gave way to new #1 Contenders for the Tag Team Championships in American Made, but we also had a match that would potentially get us new contenders for the Cruiserweight title…but then chaos ensued! Jamie Noble and Aero Star put on a terrific show in Boston, but it was Noble who got the win and proved he was ‘nobody’s steppin’ stone’. But post match, Noble let his mantra go to his head and tried to put Aero through a table for the second time in as many weeks, but instead, got put through it himself by Star! What’s to become of that intense situation?
After a very, very questionable win by American Made, we’ve seen the World’s Greatest Tag Team make the statement that if they don’t intend on doing anything that involves American Made, including defending the titles against them. However, the team they left in the dust, the Sons of the Dungeon, almost definitely wants some answers after being viciously assaulted by the Samoan Fight club for AM’s ‘oh-so-convenient’ win. But before they were ambushed, a very interesting exchange occurred between Low Jack’s Low Ki and the Son’s own TJ Wilson. Tonight, after the thrill of the hunt has worn off, the Sons of the Dungeon will indeed take on Low Jack in a Tag Team Turmoil rematch.
Rob Van Dam and Shawn Michaels obviously have their own things to say surrounding the conclusion of World Ablaze, Ken Doane has apparently re-invented himself, and is Psicosis in better shape than he was Sunday night to compete…? All this, and more, on the World Ablaze fallout edition of Wednesday Night Oblivion, 9/8c, only on FX!
.:Confirmed for Oblivion:.
Chris Jericho, Bobby Lashley explain their actions
Muhammad Hassan’s ‘invite’ to CM Punk
~Tag Team Turmoil Rematch~
Sons of the Dungeon v. Low Ki