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I finally was able to catch up on GWE, and am looking forward to the last stop before EE. You can most definitely expect a review from me, good chap.

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GWE Dynamite! 03-20-2008 Convocation Center, Ypsilanti, Michigan

Instead of the usual opening video, we immediately go to General Manager Eric Bischoff’s office, where the GM himself is staring directly into the camera.

Bischoff: Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to GWE Dynamite! Tonight, I will do once again, what everybody expects me to do and that’s make the best matches possible. And tonight, I will create the biggest Main Event ever in the history of this program! You see, Rey Mysterio Jr. and Carlito Colon, they are not allowed to lay a hand on each other until their match at Easter Extravaganza. But I’m going to make an exception. They can lay a hand on each other tonight…but only to tag each other in! Because tonight, Carlito and Mysterio will be tag team partners and they will take on…Rob Van Dam, teaming up with…Hulk Hogan!

*Huge pop*

Bischoff: But to keep four combustible elements like that under control, you need more than a GWE referee. Therefore, I have assigned a special guest referee for the main event tonight. And that man will be…ME! Eric Bischoff! Now there’s a match you don’t wanna miss!

The screen fades to black and now the usual opening video plays!


“Welcome to the jungle” blares through the speakers as the camera goes to a sold out Convocation Center in Ypsilanti, Michigan. We see thousands of crazed GWE fans, holding up a variety of signs. The camera then switches to ringside, to Joey Styles and Mike Bucci!

Joey Styles: To all of those that have been living under a rock for the past few weeks, we’re only one week away from Easter Extravaganza, the two hour special edition of Dynamite! and what an edition it will be, THREE championships on the line that night, but of course, that’s in store for us next week, tonight, we’ve got one hell of a main event, just announced by our General Manager. Mike Bucci, what do you think?

Mike Bucci: I think this Dynamite could be the best one ever, Joey, that’s what I think! We’ve got four of the biggest stars in wrestling today, standing in that ring tonight, as opponents and as partners! It’s gonna be one hell of a ride, especially with Bischoff as special referee! Joey, I’m all ready and set to go, let’s do this!

“Bald and Nasty” suddenly hits as Doug and Danny Basham, along with Jillian Hall, come out to a rather big amount of heat. Their heel tactics over the past few weeks have resulted in the majority of the mans hating them and that’s what’s being a heel is all about. The trio step into the ring and Jillian is handed a microphone.

Joey Styles: But what is this? There isn’t any match-up scheduled right now, especially with the Basham Brothers! Why are they out here?

Mike Bucci: Look at Jillian, you moron, she’s taking a microphone. Be quiet and listen to what she has to say and maybe you’ll know what they’re doing here. Jeez.

Jillian Hall: I have just learned that Kid Kash and James Gibson, those two no-good street punks, who think they can mess with our business, are NOT in the arena tonight! Isn’t that great?

*The fans shower Jillian in heat*

Jillian Hall: But they are going to be at Easter Extravaganza next week to battle with my two stallions here for the Global Tag Team Championships. What they don’t realize is that they’re way in over their head in this! They don’t know that my studs, they are the pinnacle of manliness, the summit of brute, manly strength and they are simply the very best tag team in Sports Entertainment!

*Big amount of heat*

Jillian Hall: So as a reminder, my boys here will take on any tag team that has the guts to take them on! Any tag team that thinks they stand a chance against the best team in Wrestling today, can get off their butts in the locker room and fight my two heroes. Because it doesn’t matter who they face, the only thing that matters is that tonight, we will send a powerful message to those two ingrates! Wherever you are, you clowns, watch this match carefully, as this is exactly what you can expect next week!

Jillian throws down the mic and waits for two men, whoever they may be, to come out and challenge the Basham Brothers, who are flexing their muscles, ready to destroy whatever may come at them tonight.

“Wake Up” suddenly hits the P.A. system and it’s Matt Sydal who comes out, accompanied by Scott Taylor! Sydal is looking focused as ever, while Scott does his slightly retarded dancing upon coming down to the ring.

Joey Styles: And look who’s here! It’s arguably one of Dynamite’s fastest rising stars accepting the Basham Brothers’ challenge. And he’ll be helped out by one of GWE’s most experienced stars, Scott Taylor! What a team, Mike?!

Mike Bucci: Why does this have to happen, Joey? Matt Sydal, one of the best up and comers we have, joining a loser like Taylor?! Taylor’s gonna be taking Sydal down in his fall, Joey! I don’t want that! LEAVE WHILE YOU CAN, MATT!

Tag Team Match: The Basham Brothers(w/Jillian Hall) vs. Matt Sydal and Scott Taylor

Summary: A ‘brawl’ type of tag match here, with lots of brawling of course, and the occasional wrestling move thrown in the mix. Taylor and Doug Basham started the bout and Doug quickly took the advantage, overpowering Taylor with every move. Basham took several stiff shots at Taylor, mostly stiff right hands. Taylor was dominated for several minutes due to the Basham Brothers using quick and effective tags. They even dished out some powerful looking tag team moves, including a double side slam and a beautiful looking double leg lariat! Like said before, some wrestling moves were thrown in the mix! Somewhere after four minutes, Taylor finally got some offence in, hitting a few big right hands to Doug Basham’s jaw! Taylor followed up with a huge Superkick as the crowd got behind the man that was once 2 hot! Taylor jumped towards his partner and Sydal was finally in the match! Sydal unloaded on Doug with every variety of kick you could imagine. The crowd got behind Sydal big time as he was on fire, as you can expect from a face wrestler that just got the hot tag. Suddenly, however, Danny got inside the ring and leveled Sydal with a huge clothesline. But all of a sudden, the titantron faded to black and flashed back on, showing a plain living room, with no-one in it. Suddenly, however, two men jumped into screen and those two men were none other than THE INVADERS! The crowd popped, as Doug and Danny Basham looked at the titantron in disbelieve! Jillian almost turns coocoo as she nearly pulls her hair out upon seeing Kash and Gibson on the titantron!

Kash: Hey, hey, what’s with the looks of confusion over there? We’re just here, watching the match from our home and it so happens to be there’s a GWE camera stationed in our house!

Gibson: We can’t help it we’re so popular, can we now?

*Laughter is heard in the stands*

Kash: Well…weren’t you guys going to send us a message?

Gibson: Then do it already! Oh, but ehm, you might wanna look behind ya first…

The screen quickly flashed to black as we switched back to the ring and Scott Taylor and Matt Sydal were up on their feet, stalking Doug and Danny Basham! Jillian was screaming her lungs out and The Basham Brothers finally turned around only to spot Scott Taylor and Matt Sydal storming at them! Scott Taylor nailed Danny Basham with a thunderous Superkick, while Matt Sydal flattened Doug Basham with a feint enzuigiri into a headscissors takedown! The crowd popped as Sydal held onto the leg, pinning Dough Basham for the one, two, three!

Winners(5:12) Matt Sydal and Scott Taylor!

Joey Styles: What an upset! Scott Taylor and Matt Sydal score the unexpected victory here tonight! The Bashams thought they would be sending a message to the Invaders, instead they suffer the unexpected loss here tonight! Again, what an upset!

Mike Bucci: This can’t be tolerated any longer, Joey! Did you see what those two clowns pulled out again tonight? This is an outrage! Kash and Gibson don’t deserve a championship match next week! They deserve to be FIRED!

Joey Styles: Don’t exaggerate, Mike! Doug and Danny wanted to send a message but they clearly underestimated their opponents. The fact The Invaders popped into screen during the match has nothing to do with that. Bottom line, Matt Sydal and Scott Taylor win the match and The Basham Brothers have very little momentum going into their big Title match next week at Easter Extravaganza!

Mike Bucci: And that’s a damn outrage, Joey!

We see Sydal and Taylor walk up the ramp, embracing and celebrating the shock victory. Let us not forget that this is the first time in Dynamite history Taylor hasn’t lost a match! Inside the ring, we see Jillian Hall attending her ‘studs’, looking terribly pissed and furious, as we go to a commercial.


When we return we go to a backstage area, where Steve Romero is standing by!

Steve Romero: Good evening ladies and gentlemen, I am your interviewer at this time, Steve Romero, and my guest is none other than Rey Mysterio Jr.!

Mysterio steps into screen to a huge pop from the fans.

Steve Romero: Rey, tonight, you’ll be teaming up with the man you’re facing next week for the All-American Championship, Carlito Colon. Going into this match, do you feel like you’ll be able to work together with Carlito tonight?

Rey Mysterio: Well, Steve, I’m sure you and all of the fans in the arena tonight know that I am a professional. I love this business and I love the fans and if I am in a tag team match with someone then I’ll work my ass off to win. Because who that partner is doesn’t matter to me, Steve, all that matters is victory and entertaining the fans! And Carlito, wherever you are, I hope you want victory as well, because like it or not, but you’ll have to work with me as well.

Voice: And that’s what I’ll do!

Suddenly, Carlito Colon cockily steps into screen to a chorus of boos from the fans in the arena. He has an apple in his hand, but is not yet eating it.

Carlito: Of course I’ll work together with you. Do you think I wanna lose my opportunity to end your career next week? Hell no! I’m gonna let you do your thing tonight and not get in your way. But rest assured, compadre, that I won’t let you do your thing next week. Coz tonight, we are partners and I’ll act that way. But next week, we’re opponents and I will take any chance that I get to destroy you and your lousy excuse for a career. And listen carefully, Rey. I don’t care for a championship hanging above our heads. All I care about is ending you and your career? Coz that…is cool!

Carlito, instead of biting the apple, pushes it firmly against Mysterio’s chest, as he exits the area, leaving both Mysterio and Steve Romero behind, confused.

We then go to yet another backstage area, this time to Sean Waltman’s locker room.
Inside we see Waltman pacing around and Ken Doane, Waltman’s newest apprentice, sitting on a chair, lacing his boots.

Sean Waltman: Now, Ken, you got your first match under my wing coming up, man. You ready?

Ken Doane: Yea, I’m ready, man.

Sean Waltman: Now you should know, that Super Crazy, well, he’s crazy!

Ken Doane: He’s super crazy!

Sean Waltman: Yea, whatever, but he’s not all there, Ken, and he could injure you without even realizing it, got me? So we got to have a plan for that insane Mexicano sandwich, aight?

Waltman and Doane get closer, as Waltman places his hand in front of his mouth somewhat, acting like he’s whispering. Doane is listening carefully to the plan, as we switch back to ringside, where Joey Styles and Mike Bucci are still doing their jobs!

Joey Styles: And welcome back to Dynamite, folks, up next, as you just heard, is Ken Doane versus Super Crazy! And this will be the first time Doane will come out with his newly found mentor, Sean Waltman!

Mike Bucci: The original X-factor, Joey! Waltman will no doubt have a positive influence on young Kenny Doane, starting tonight, when Doane picks up his first ever Dynamite win!

Joey Styles: That remains to be seen, Mike. The match will in fact take place…right now!

“El guerrero nomad” hits and Super Crazy wobbles out to a nice pop from the fans. He slaps hands with some fans at ringside, before sliding into the ring and awaiting his opponent.

“Yo you’re dealing with the X-factor!” The oldschool X-factor theme blares through the speakers as Ken Doane comes out along with his new mentor, Sean Waltman. Doane is wearing purple and black tights, while Waltman is wearing common jeans under a white T-shirt with a big X on it. The duo makes an X-sign in the air, before walking toward the ring to a mixed reaction from the fans. There are still Waltman-fans in the crowd. Doane gets into the ring, while Waltman remains on the outside and the match is about to get underway!

Ken Doane(w/Sean Waltman) vs. Super Crazy

Summary: A slow-paced match-up here, right up Doane’s ally. Super Crazy tried to pick up the pace numerous times, but Doane kept controlling the pace due to some heel tactics every time Super Crazy went into the offence. Doane controlled the opening goings of the match-up without the need to revert to heel tactics, however, keeping Crazy down with a variety of headlocks and the occasional kneedrop to the back of the neck. Doane constantly kept looking at Waltman, almost asking for approval, and Waltman seemed to be cheering Doane on throughout the match. After a while, Crazy finally escaped one of the many headlocks, nailing Doane with a spinning DDT. The crowd got all excited, with some actually believing Crazy stood a chance against Doane. Crazy followed up on the DDT with an attempted standing moonsault, but Doane moved out of the way, quickly rolling Crazy up, but only getting the two count. As Crazy got up, Doane quickly leveled Crazy with a lariat, before locking in a one leg Boston crab. Crazy showed resilience, however, when he wriggled out after about half a minute, grabbing the bottom rope. Doane got cocky and started slapping Crazy flat on the hat, mocking the Mexican Luchadore. Crazy had enough though and stunned Doane with a huge heel kick. Crazy picked Doane up for the follow-up, but Doane hit a thumb to the eye, temporarily blinding Crazy. Doane immediately went to the referee, arguing over something. God knows what though, as Crazy has done absolutely nothing wrong so far in this match. With the referee’s back turned, Waltman suddenly jumped into the ring, behind the back of Super Crazy. Waltman smiled, before turning Crazy around and poking him in the eye! The crowd showered Waltman in heat, as he slid back out of the ring, letting Doane finish the job. Doane suddenly had nothing to add to the Ref anymore and ran at Super Crazy, quick as lightning flattening him with the RK-Doane, the jumping cutter! The crowd roared in disapproval with Doane and Waltman’s actions, as Doane covered Super Crazy for the somewhat stolen victory.

Winner (4:49) Ken Doane (w/Sean Waltman)!

Joey Styles: No! Not this way! Ken Doane wins his first ever match in GWE, but in what way? This is not right, Mike!

Mike Bucci:
Super Crazy is a moron for letting Waltman surprise him like that, Joey! He got it coming to him and he won’t make the same mistake again next time! Or so I hope! Fact of the matter is though, that Doane won this match fair and square, dominating his opponent, and taking advantage of his opponent’s weakness at the end! Good job, Kenny!

Inside the ring we see Ken Doane and Waltman join up and celebrate the victory. Waltman holds Doane’s hand high in the air, to a significant amount of heat from the fans. Waltman is padding Doane’s back as we go to a commercial.


We return to the interview area backstage, where Steve Romero is once again, standing by. He hasn’t been used in the past couple of weeks, but tonight, he’s all over the show!

Steve Romero: And once again, good evening! My guest at this time, he’s our Chairman and our Champion, Hulk Hogan!

Hogan steps into screen to an enormous pop from the crowd! He’s already in his wrestling gear, cause he’s wrestling in the main event in just a few minutes!

Steve Romero: Mister Hogan, in a few moments, you’ll be teaming up with one of your opponents at Easter Extravaganza, Rob Van Dam, in a tag team main event match. But perhaps even more important than teaming up with Van Dam, is your colleague Eric Bischoff being the Special Referee. How will you handle this rather special development?

Hulk Hogan: Well you know somethin’, Steve? I’m not worried one bit about teaming up with Rob Van Dam, brother. Cause Rob, he’s a class athlete. He knows that our match is next week, and tonight’s tonight, brother. And I know that as well, dude, cause I’m a class athlete too, brother. But you know who isn’t? I’ll tell you, dude. Eric Bischoff is not class! Eric Bischoff is a common piece of trash, jack, and a big piece too! But you know something? If he tries any funny stuff tonight, dude, I will personally kicks his ass all over Michigan tonight, brother! *Huge pop* Cause Eric Bischoff, ever since you came to my company, all you tried to do, was embarrass me and take over. But I’m telling you now, jack, you will never take over my company! And you can bring all the goons in the world along with you, dude, but as long as I have the power of all the millions of Hulkamaniacs in me, brother, I will defeat those goons and you! AND WHATCHA GONNA DO BROTHER, WHEN HULKAMANIA RUNS WILD ON YOU?!

Hulk Hogan seems to be leaving the area, but suddenly stops and as the camera zooms out, we see that Rob Van Dam has entered the scene. The crowd pops as Van Dam looks more focused than ever.

RVD: Hey, dude, listen. You said you were a class athlete and I believe you, man. And I wanna reassure you that I am as well and I will do whatever it takes to win tonight. Tonight, we’re not opponents, dude, we’re partners!

RVD reaches out his hand to Hogan and Hogan shakes it! The crowd pops as both of them walk out of screen and we cut to a video package.

**Video Package**

We see nothing but black, with thunderbolts flashing through it several times.

Parts of Mark Jindrak’s body then flash the screen. His 8-pack, his massive chest, his flexed biceps, thick quad,…

In the back, we can hear a sinister voice, clearly the voice of Priest Parisi!

Parisi: THE TIME IS NOW! In one week, He will finally be amongst the common folk. In just seven short days, our Lord and Savior will walk onto the battleground and smite anyone that even suggests of walking in His way! Those who have prayed will finally be able to feast their eyes on His god-like strength, his superhuman speed and above all, his divine appearance! But those who have laughed at The Divine One, will only now learn what grueling punishment He can lay down on them. Fear not if you have prayed, pray if you have not feared!

We see Priest Parisi appear through a thick cloud of smoke, with a significantly larger Mark Jindrak standing right behind him. Parisi and Jindrak are both smiling profusely, before Parisi turns all serious again, addressing us one final time.

Parisi: In seven days, the day of judgment is finally upon us. Prepare for the coming of… “The Divine One” Mark Jindrak!

Smoke fills the screen as it fades to black and the following text flashes the screen:

“The Divine One” Mark Jindrak is coming to Dynamite! Next week!

**Video Package**
We switch back to the arena, where Joey Styles and Mike Bucci are still standing by.

Joey Styles:
Ladies and gentlemen, you are still watching Dynamite and right now it is time for our Main Event. A Main Event which will be highly intense, highly explosive and highly interesting!

Mike Bucci:
Interesting’s the word, Joey! You’ve got two teams that are nothing but combustible elements and above that, controlling those elements you’ve got the General Manager of Dynamite as special referee! This will be one hell of a match, Joey, mark my words!

“I spit in the face of people who don’t want to be cool” Carlito struts down the ramp, looking cocky as ever, being showered in heat. He doesn’t care though and slowly continues his quest for the ring. He gets into the ring and awaits his unlikely partner for tonight.

“Back to the 619” hits the P.A. system as Rey Mysterio Jr. comes shooting through the stage to a large pop from the crowd! He walks down to the ring, not forgetting the fans at ringside, as he slaps hands with a few of them, before getting into the ring.

“Walk” hits as Rob Van Dam comes out to an enormous pop from the fans! He does his patented R V D taunt, before walking toward the ring, eating the fans’ reaction up. He doesn’t get in the ring, however, but instead awaits his tag team partner for tonight.

“American Made(WCW theme)” blares through the speakers as the champion, the chairman, THE HULKSTER, Hulk Hogan, steps out to a THUNDEROUS ovation from the crowd! He walks out in his traditional red and yellow attire, posing for the fans and taunting his opponents. He joins up with RVD and both of them shake hands, before getting into the ring. And now, there’s only one piece missing from the puzzle…

“I’m back” hits the P.A. system and it’s General Manager/Co-owner Eric Bischoff, dressed in a traditional black and white referee outfit, strutting out the entrance way to a large amount of heat. He has a smile all over his face and no signs indicate at this moment he’s gonna call a fair match. He keeps pointing at his referee’s badge though, almost trying to say, “I’m gonna call it down the middle here.” He gets into the ring and shows each team to its corner, before calling for the bell, just like a real referee!

Main Event: Carlito Colon and Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Rob Van Dam and Hulk Hogan (Eric Bischoff special referee)

Summary: A match for the ages? That would be exaggerated, but it sucked the fans in nonetheless. It was Hogan and Carlito who started things out, with Hogan in control in the early goings. Hogan started his usual slugfest on Carlito, hitting with a dozen of right hands to the jaw. He connects with some clotheslines and even a trifecta of elbow drops, before tagging in RVD to a big pop! RVD kept having control over Carlito, who was struggling. Carlito got back in the match eventually though, using some dirty tactics and finally tagged Mysterio in. RVD tagged Hogan in at the same time though and the two commenced in an all-out brawl. Hogan got the upperhand quickly, nailing Mysterio with a back suplex. But when he went for the cover, BISCHOFF WAS’T COUNTING! Instead, Bischoff was laughing his ass off! Hogan was fuming, as was every fan in the building, and Hogan nearly assaulted Bischoff, but he managed to keep control, when suddenly, Mysterio rolled him up and now Bischoff DID count! Hogan powered out though and the match was once again underway. Mysterio got the upperhand, connecting with some of his well known high flying moves, and to everyone’s surprise, Hogan sold them well! When Mysterio went for a hurricanrana after a minute or five, Hogan overpowered him and nailed him with a huge powerbomb. When Hogan pinned, Mysterio, however, ERIC BISCHOFF AGAIN DIDN’T COUNT! He was just standing there, smiling, before waving towards the entrance way, almost signaling for someone to come down to the ring. And just as Hogan went to confront Bischoff, MATT “THE TRAIN” BLOOM CAME WALKING DOWN THE ENTRANCE RAMP! The fans were mad with rage as Bloom climbed into the ring and stepped in front of Bischoff, almost forming a barrier! Hogan looked away briefly, before unleashing at Bloom! The crowd erupted as Hogan lunged away at Bloom with massive right hands! Bloom quickly evened the odds though, slugging away at Hogan with rights of his own! The other three wrestlers involved in the match were just watching on in awe, as this brawl went way beyond title matches at next week’s Easter Extravaganza. Bloom looked to be getting the upperhand, as Bischoff was smiling, but suddenly, Hogan leveled Bloom with a clothesline, before nailing the atomic legdrop! Their was an enormous pop, as Hogan, picked Bloom back up and tossed him over the top rope and to the outside, now looking at Bischoff, who’s facial expression had changed from happy to terrified! He was holding up his hands, saying “please, Hulk, don’t hurt me, let us talk things out!”. Hogan wanted nothing of it, however, and grabbed Bischoff by the referee’s shirt! The crowd erupted as Hogan whipped him into the ropes and nailed him with a big boot, before picking him back up and tossing him out the ring as well!

The roof was blown off after this sequence, but once Hogan turned his attention back to the match, there was Mysterio, who flattened Hogan with a lightning quick wheel kick. Just then, a fresh referee came running to the ring! Yes we still had a match! Mysterio pinned Hogan, but immediately, Hogan threw Mysterio three feet in the air and jumped up, like only Hogan can! Mysterio quickly tagged in Carlito, even though Carlito didn’t want this! Carlito started arguing with Mysterio, while Hogan was HULKING UP, pacing around the ring! But while he was doing this, RVD tagged himself in, without Hogan knowing it! Carlito finally ran at Hogan, but Hogan immediately flattened him with a big boot! As he was going for the Atomic Legdrop, however, RVD ran into the ring, turned Hogan around AND NAILED HIM WITH A SWIFT BUT FIRM KICK TO THE HEAD! Hogan was down and out, as RVD jumped up onto the turnbuckle and flew through the air, before connecting with THE FIVE STAR FROG SPLASH! The crowd didn’t know what to think, as RVD flattened Hogan first, which wasn’t the nicest of acts! RVD pinned Carlito, while Mysterio seemed to hesitate to come to Carlito’s aid. When he did come to his aid, however, it was far too late, as the ref counted the three and RVD had won the match for his team!

Winners(9:02) Rob Van Dam and Hulk Hogan!

Joey Styles: What the hell just went down here? Total chaos as this match comes to an end, Mike, and it is RVD who is the man standing tall!

Mike Bucci: Eric Bischoff, KO, Matt Bloom, KO, Hulk Hogan, KO! This was insane, Joey, just as we all predicted! RVD took out Hogan and is looking strong going into his big title match next week! He might pull it off, Joey, he might do it! Look at him, he’s got all the momentum of the world now, after defeating not only his adversaries tonight, but also his partner!

Joey Styles: And with that, ladies and gentlemen, this episode of Dynamite comes to a close. And don’t forget, next week, the two hour spectacular, Easter Extravaganza, on the ESPN network! For Mike Bucci, I’m Joey Styles, good night!

We see Rob Van Dam raising his hands above a fallen Hulk Hogan, while all the rest are gone from ringside at this point. RVD motions that he’ll be the champion as the screen fades out and the show comes to a close.
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I just checked out your thread and read all the shows to get caught up Awesome. This is such a fun thread to read. Expect a review tonight or tomorrow for your latest show, which so far I've just skimmmed.

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Cage17 Dynamite review

Bischoff starts off the show and what a great matchup he makes. He allows Mysterio and Carlito to get their hands on one another, before their All-American Title match next week. Good stuff. And with the RVD-Hogan team, I'm kinda expecting a run in from Matt Bloom. And there definetly be now, Bischoff is the ref.

The Jillian bit did what it was suppose to do, hyping the Tag Title match for EE. The Basham Brotherstake on Matt Sydal and Scott Taylor. I'm sure the Bashams would dominate, but man was I wrong. And I liked the video distraction from the Invaders. With the upset loss, this solidifies the Bashams, IMO as Global Tag Champs next week.

Mysterio and Carlito exchange some words hyping both the Tag match for tonight, and the ladder match next week. Nothing special, it just got to the point.

I'm actually digging this Waltman/Doane combo you got going. It gives them both something good to do. Waltman helped Doane to gain the cheap victory, this was a good move, showing Waltman is serious, for now, to be Doane's mentor.

The Hogan interview was written well. You really nail all these character good, and add more to each one. Anyway Hogan and RVD seem to be on the same side, shaking hands and all. But you know they will be wary teaming up since they are oppenents next week.

Can't wait to see The Divine One!

A greatly written main event match. What a fiasco it turned out to be with Bloom interfering, Bischoff non-refereeing, and Van Dam proving he will do anything to win the Title next week at EE. I don't quiet think he turned heel, he just wanted to prove some things.

Overall, great show once again. Really cannot wait to see the big 2 hour spectacular, EE next week. Good job man.
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Easter Extravaganza news and notes!(spoilers?)

This Thursday, GWE will present its first ever two hour show to the big public. For eight weeks, GWE has been working towards what they call a sure-fire epic event. Here are some tidbits PWHeadlines managed to pick up for you regarding the two hour spectacular.

Hulk Hogan is most likely to drop the GWE Global Championship. He held it the first few weeks to immediately give the belt the credibility it needed and to draw the initial ratings that are so important for a starting company. Now that a solid fanbase is created, Hogan feels it's time to pass on the torch. Whether RVD or Bloom picks up the strap, however, is at this point unclear.

Expect a few surprise appearances, to really give this show that special feeling. Legends or all new superstars, it could all happen at Easter Extravaganza.

The show will most likely be a fan-pleasing show, which means the faces will play a prominent role in the show. Whether or not this is an indication to who will be victorious in the respective title matches is yet again unclear at this point in time.

Results of matches are not set in stone at this time, so we can not give you spoilers for any of the matches currently. GWE is trying its absolute best not to give away all too much, so that the show not only draws a high rating, but the show remains interesting for the fans.

There we go. Easter Extravaganza is almost finished and that means that it could be up as soon as Monday. I'll probably post a lengthy preview first, or I could just go ahead and post the show. Not too sure about what I'll be doing. Anyways, I'm still having heaps and heaps of fun with this thread and I'm not giving up on this any time soon. That's about it. Prepare for the two hour spectacular, ladies and gents.
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Sorry this is late mate. I have been a very busy man over the last week(s) however, it’s here finally for your viewing pleasure

Alcoholic's Dynamite Review By KF4E

The first thing I wan’t to say is that I’m really looking forward to Easter Extravaganza, it has that big ass feel to it, like it should really. Starting with a bacstage segment is good, and it gives that extra feel to the show, which is needed considering it’s the last show before Easter Extravaganza. Bischoff seemed good talking to the crowd, and tonight’s match is set to be huge. I wonder whether Mysterio and Carlito will be able to co-excist, that will make the match all the more exciting for sure. Nice of you to hype it up right at the beginning of the show too.

Jillian’s promo just seemed like a repeat of most of her other promos if I’m being honest. I understand that it was used as hype for the Tag Team Championship match at EE, but it could have been a little bit more exciting. However the opening match was very enjoyable. Good action from everyone and you really described the match perfectly. It was a nice touch to have The Invaders distract The Bashams and cause them to lose the match, good stiff. However after EE I hope to see a lot more tag teams, because at the moment it only really looks like you have two tag teams going on.

The backstage segment between Rey Mysterio and Carlito was a nice touch before their tag team match tonight, and the very important match next week. However it left me with a sour taste in my mouth, only because I was expecting Carlito to maybe spit the apple in Mysterio’s face. Anyway more hype for the bog show next week, and I really can’t wait.

So we go further backstage. I’m really loving this whole angle that you’re aproaching between Doane and Waltman, it’s something new, and something that could turn Doane into a massive star in GWE. I really ope you go down that route. Anyway I’m looking forward to the match, however, the little conversation didn’t do it for me, I didn’t like the fact that they were just talking about getting injured. Should have gave them a little bit more personality In my opinion.

Doane vs. Crazy was again another nice match. I really like the detail you put into your match recaps, it’s something I hope to do in the future. Anyway I expected Doane to get the win obviously for this conversation to take place. Hmmm, they didn’t seem like heels backstage earlier, but I think it’s clear that they are indeed heels. This is a good way to go to be honest, and I’ll be looking forward to seeing how you play this out in later weeks.

I liked Hulk Hogan’s interview. He sounded very intense and that’s a great thing going into the Championship match. I also liked Van Dam shaking hands with his oponnent. Because we all know that they will be working together to take out Matt Bloom.

Again more hype for Mark Jindrak, it looks like you’ll be doing something big with him considering all the hype he has got over the last few weeks. I wonder whether he will get involved in a storyline or not next week, or whether he will just come out and talk up himself. I guess I’ll just have to wait and see.

Van Dam and Hogan really had to win the main event tonight only because their match is more prestigue seeing as it is the main Championship of the company. However I would have prefered a no contest to be honest, especially with the interference from Bloom. I hope Bloom wins the Title at Easter Extravaganza because that would be something fresh that I’d like to see.

Overall it was a very entertaining show, and it was used for EE hype which was the best way to go. However I would have liked to see a bit more in ring promo, because the only one I could see was Jillian Hall’s little promo and that was only talking before the opnening match so it was not exactly a cutting edge promo.

Also the news and notes sounded good Alcho. I would prefer a lengthy preview though before the actual show, but that’s just my preferences, it is up to you though. I’ll keep an eye out for it. This thread is looking really good man, and it’s shaping up greatly now.
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This Thursday, it is finally here! Easter Extravaganza is just around the corner, as the superstars of GWE are set to shake the foundations of the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio!

The absolute main event of the evening is the epic Triple Threat match for the GWE Global Championship, involving the champion Hulk Hogan, Rob Van Dam and Matt "The Train" Bloom. RVD won the Road-to-the-Gold Tournament to get into this match-up, while Matt Bloom got a little help from co-owner of GWE, Erich Bischoff, to get his precious title opportunity. After last week, it seems that RVD has the most momentum going into this match, but everything is possible in the GWE! Who will come out on top in this no-doubt epic three-way-confrontation?

One of three title matches at Easter Extravaganza will be the ladder match for the All-American championship. And it will be arch rivals Carlito and Rey Mysterio Jr. who'll be batteling it out over this brand new championship. For weeks, these two men have been meddling with each other's businesses, as both men have grown a mutual hatred for each other. This Thursday, both men will be going after not only each other, but after a championship too! Will they be focusing on grabbing the title, or will they just be trying to destroy each other's lives?

The final of the three titles up for grabs at Easter Extravaganza is the Global Tag Team Championships. Two teams will do battle for this brand new Tag Team championship. The Basham Brothers have been trying to show off their manliness for weeks now and have been able to do that with changing succes. Their opponents, The Invaders, have yet to fight their first match in the GWE. This Thursday, they'll make their debuts though, against a team that can't wait to finally get their hands on their rivals inside the squared circle. Whill the Invaders make a succesful debut, or will The Basham Brothers immediately stomp this exciting new Tag Team?

And finally, we will witness the debut of a God. The Divine One, Mark Jindrak, will descend upon the earth and the GWE ring to smite everyone that stands in his way! Will he make an impact upon his debut, or will there be a noble fighter, trying to stand in the way of the Divine new superstar?

Find out all this and much, much, MUCH more this Thursday only on the ESPN Network!

That's it. It's finished, it's finally here. Easter Extravaganza is on the verge of being posted and I will most likely put it up tomorrow. The expectations may be high and I hope I can somewhat live up to them. Start anticipating, boys and girls!
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Preview looks good alcoholic, it's great that you won the award because you are deffinately living up to that.

This event looks epic and it really does feel like an EPIC PPV, which is what you were aiming for.

All in all I'm glad you wrote a preview, and I really can't wait for this show. Tonight plz
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Dark Matches

Matt Sydal defeated Frankie Kazarian at 5:12

Billy Kidman and Cody Rhodes defeated Juvy Guerrea and Super Crazy at 7:09

GWE Easter Extravaganza!

03-27-2008 Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
Theme song: World Falls Away by Seether

**Opening Video**

We enter a dark room, with no furniture, and no light. Some smoke starts pouring in, as a voice starts speaking

Voice: Easter. It’s the celebration…of resurrection.

More smoke fills the room.

Voice: It’s the beginning of new life… The dawning of a new era.

More smoke fills the room, as it gets a more and more “chilling” look.

Voice: But tonight, is not about celebration… It’s not about new life…. Tonight is about…redemption.

Suddenly, massive lights flick on and we see GWE’s chairman Hulk Hogan standing in front of them! The camera zooms in as Hogan is standing still, holding his Global championship firmly in his hands.

Hulk Hogan: Whatcha gonna do brothers?

And just as Hogan speaks out, EE’s theme song World Falls Away starts playing.

Voice: Tonight, it’s all about the gold! Three championships will be on the line and nine men will put their bodies to the test to win them!

We see shots of all nine men competing for the various titles, as we see Hulk Hogan, Matt Bloom, Rob Van Dam, The Basham Brothers, The Invaders, Rey Mysterio Jr. and Carlito Colon flashing the screen.

Voice: Tonight, a team will make its in-ring debut, while the other will be seeking for respect.

Shots of Kash and Gibson embarrassing The Basham Brothers, by hitting their finishing moves on them on several occasions.

Voice: One man will be looking to end one’s career, while the other wants to swing for the gold.

We see shots of Carlito attacking Rey Mysterio, followed by shots of Mysterio taking out Carlito, before we see a ladder flashing the screen.

A god will descend upon the earth and smite everyone who walks in his path.

We see “The Divine One” Mark Jindrak standing in front of the massive lights Hogan was in front of earlier. The camera goes from bottom to top slowly, as Jindrak is seen smiling profusely.

Voice: And finally, the most coveted prize in the industry will be on the line!

We see the GWE Global Championship flashing the screen

Voice: Three men! One Championship! One winner!

We see shots of Hogan, Rob Van Dam and Matt Bloom, all in front of the massive lights separately.

Voice: Only one man will walk out of the ring the champion. The others will be left with nothing but empty hands.

We see Hogan and Matt Bloom looking each other dead in the eyes. We see Rob Van Dam celebrating inside the ring and finally we see Hulk Hogan, holding his championship high in the air. The images are following each other up rapidly now, as the music is reaching some sort of climax.

Voice: Tonight, the wrestling extravaganza takes place. Tonight is about…redemption.

The music dies down, as we go back inside the room, the lights switch off, and the screen fades to black.

**Opening Video**

“World falls away” is blaring through the speakers as we go to a sold out Nationwide Arena in Columbus and we see thousands and thousands of rabid GWE fans! We see loads of signs, including “Hulkamania lives 4 ever”, “The Whole F’N Show” and “Take the next Train home!”. We then get a glimpse of the modified stage, which has been set up in an Easter coat, sort of speak. The camera then switches to ringside, where Mike Bucci and Joey Styles are ready to welcome us all!

Joey Styles: Ladies and gentlemen, WELCOME! Tonight is the night we have all been waiting for! Tonight, Dynamite kicks it into gear and takes it to the next level, as we are ready for the two hour spectacular, Easter Extravaganza! I am Joey Styles, your broadcast host, joined ringside by Mike Bucci and partner what a night we have in store for the GWEmaniacs tonight?

Mike Bucci: Tonight’s indeed the night, Joey! Three, THREE titles are on the line tonight, with the Tag Team championships, the All-American Championship and of course the Global Championship all hanging up for grabs here tonight! But in addition to that, we’ve got a God debuting, Joey, how about that? I’m telling ya, tonight will be huge, tonight will be special, tonight will be Dynamite! baby!

Joey Styles: And what makes this night even more special, Mike, is we’ve got another partner at the boot tonight! Joining us right now on commentary, folks, is none other, than THE AMERICAN DREAM, DUSTY RHODES!

The camera zooms out and we see Dusty Rhodes, sporting a fancy black suit, sitting next to Joey Styles!

Joey Styles: Dusty Rhodes, welcome!

Dusty Rhodes: Oww, Joey, I am ssso excccited to be here on Dy-no-mite! I ssee all those talented youngsters in the back, and I cannn’t wait see them in action tonight, letsss do it, Joey!

“Bald and nasty” hits the P.A. system and The Basham Brothers come out, along with Jillian Hall, to a big amount of heel heat. They’re easily the biggest heel faction in GWE today, if you don’t count Bischoff/Bloom as a faction. They walk slowly toward the ring, just like heels would do, before stepping inside the squared circle and awaiting their opponents. They look towards the announce table and we can see a pillar, on which both the Global Tag Team Titles are placed. The Bashams motion that they’re gonna be the first ever GWE Tag champions, which gets some decent heat from the fans.

“Bawitdaba” blares through the speakers, but there isn’t a team coming out of the entrance way, instead, it’s only Kid Kash, one half of The Invaders, who walks out. Kash is smiling profusely, walking toward the ring, but stopping about five feet away from it. He looks to his left as James Gibson, his tag team partner, comes jumping over the barricade, to join his partner for this important match. The duo high five, before sliding in to the ring and posing for the fans, yelling out “It’s Invasion time!”.

Global Tag Team Championships: The Basham Brothers(w/Jillian) vs. The Invaders

Summary: A highly interesting tag team match here between the Basham Brothers and the team that makes its in-ring debut tonight, The Invaders. The Bashams had control over the match-up in the early goings by signaling out Kid Kash, preventing him from making the tag to his partner. The Bashams kept dominating Kash with some quick tags and power wrestling, something they’ve become quite known for in GWE. It was eventually Doug Basham, however, who made a mistake. Doug whipped Kash into the ropes and bent over for the back body drop, but Kash kicked him in the face, before nailing a step up enzuigiri. The crowd popped, as Kash jumped toward his corner and tagged Gibson in to an ever bigger pop! Gibson got to work on Doug Basham, raining down on him with uncountable kicks and punches to various areas of Doug Basham’s body! Gibson then nailed a big back body drop, followed by a modified bulldog. Gibson was on fire, as he surprised Doug Basham with a Dragon Sleeper! The crowd was red hot at this point, as Doug looked nowhere near capable of getting out of Gibson’s most dreaded move. Danny Basham then stormed into the ring, trying to save his partner, but Kid Kash did exactly the same and nearly decapitated Danny with a thunderous clothesline! Kash then yelled something toward Gibson, and Gibson put his thumb in the air. These two were probably going to finish it all. Gibson, still having the Dragon Sleeper applied, hoisted Doug Basham up in the air, having an “air-dragon sleeper” applied, sort of speak. Kash then placed himself in front of Gibson, who fell forwards. And as Gibson dropped, Kash hooked both of Doug’s legs and drilled him into the mat with an excruciating powerbomb, while Gibson performed a falling inverted DDT(this double team move is called The Invasion Sensation, more on that in a later Dynamite episode)! The crowd erupted as Gibson pinned Doug Basham, while Kash made sure Danny, nor Jillian were able to interfere! The referee counted and The Invaders were the first ever Global Tag Team Champions!

Winners(8:35) and NEW Global Tag Team Champions, THE INVADERS!!

Joey Styles: And it’s over! The Invaders beat the Basham Brothers here in impressive fashion to become the first ever Tag Team Champions of GWE! And what a match it was, what do you think, Dusty?

Dusty Rhodes: Ohhh my god, Joey, this was a terrrriffic contest between these four outstanding ath-e-letes! And those younggggsters Kash and Gibsonn pulled out the victory annnnd looked impressive, Joey!

Mike Bucci: Well, I gotta hand it to those youngsters, Joey, they did a great job in this match and well, they deserved the win! They’ve been acting like two no-good punks ever since they came into the GWE, but tonight, I’m calling it like I see it, Joey, and they delivered.

We see Kid Kash and James Gibson being handed the Global Tag Team Championships, as they’re emotional about winning their debut match and immediately winning the tag team titles! Both of them raise their titles high in the air to a big pop from these fired up Ohio fans!


We then switch to the back, where we see a dinner table of some sort, with in front of it, Ken Doane and Sean Waltman! They don’t get the best of receptions, in fact, they are booed quite heavily. The fans haven’t forgotten about their actions last week!

Waltman: Now, Ken, we ain’t got a match tonight, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make an impact, right?

Ken Doane: How are we gonna do it, though? It’s not like we could, ehm, “invade” the show, is it?

Waltman: Nah, we gotta come up with somethin’ original here. Cause that’s what the X-factors are, original.

Ken Doane: Ooh, ooh, we could, like, dress up as Mexicans and try and pull out some amazing moves, but hurt everyone, including ourselves, in the process!

Waltman: Nah, man, that gimmick has been done before…Come to think of it, it may be used right now…

There’s an awkward silence between the two men, but there are some laughs heard amongst the fans. Could it be that this team is getting over using the lamest attempts at wit ever? Let’s hope not…

Doane: Why don’t we…shave our heads bald and act like we’re lady-magnets, eh?!

Waltman: *sigh* this ain’t going anywhere, Ken. We’re just gonna have to wait till next week and just, use our enormous amount of charisma to wow our opponents. We’re the X-factors, after all.

Doane: Yea, I guess you’re right.

The duo turns around and looks to be leaving, but they stop suddenly, as they look like they’ve seen a ghost. The camera doesn’t show what’s going on though, and just focuses on Doane and Waltman’s faces.

Ehm, is he a GWE superstar?

Waltman: I don’t think so, Ken. Let’s, ehm, just walk in the other direction and leave him be, yea?

Doane: Good plan.

The duo quickly turns on their heels, and leave quietly but rapidly, as we still don’t get to see who the mysterious man is, but in stead, we immediately switch to ringside.

Joey Styles: I don’t know what that was all about, guys, but it appears as though we have a special guest in the back tonight.

Mike Bucci: I don’t know what the hell was going on back there, but you’re right, Joey, we might have some company here tonight, whatcha think, Dream?

Dusty Rhodes: It could be anyone, Mike, caussse this business is sssso unpredictable, but that’s what makesss it so great!

Joey Styles: Whoever it may be, we’ll find that….what the hell?

Suddenly, Styles is being cut off by the lights going out! The crowd pops in excitement, as on the titantron (Eastertron for tonight) two eyes suddenly fade into the screen. A mouth fades in as well, followed by a nose, followed by the entire head and upper body of Priest Parisi!

Priest Parisi: Ladies and gentlemen! The time is finally here! The day you have all been waiting for is finally upon us! So get of your bums, fall to your knees, put your hands together and pray, because our lord and savior, “The Divine One”, will finally be stepping through this curtain, to amaze each and every one of you with his superhuman strength, his godlike speed and his divine appearance! So, without any further ado, do what is expected from you, and give “The Divine One” Mark Jindrak the welcome he deserves!

The screen fades to black, as suddenly the Roman number ten (X) appears on screen. A countdown commences, all in Roman numbers, as the moment of truth is almost here. The countdown goes all the way to Roman number I, as the titantron turns black, and a huge round of pyro is lit off. Then “Carmina Burana” hits and after about 30 seconds, “The Divine One” Mark Jindrak steps out, along with Priest Parisi, to an overall negative reaction from the crowd. Jindrak is wearing a white and golden robe, while Priest Parisi is wearing a priest outfit that found its history all the way in Ancient Rome. The duo strut down to the ring, looking very cocky(or confident), both of them refusing to slap hands with the fans along the entrance ramp. The two men get inside the ring, as Jindrak takes off his fancy robe, and reveals his wrestling trunks, which also happen to be white and golden. His body is incredibly ripped, as he flexes all of his upper body muscles, awaiting his opponent for tonight.

“Vroooar Vrooooar” the sound of a lawnmower is heard and that’s exactly what we’re seeing, as Psicosis comes riding out of the entrance way on his green lawnmower. He looks ever so excited, but gets little to no reaction. Jobbers don’t receive big reactions, that’s for sure. Psicosis slides in the ring, immediately backing away from Jindrak, who is looking impressive, size wise.

Joey Styles: And well there you have it. Psicosis will be the first opponent of Mark Jindrak in GWE. Will Jindrak blow us all away, or will Psicosis cause the upset? We’ll find out in just a few moments.

Mike Bucci: There’s no way Psicosis will cause the upset, Joey! I mean, look at that creature standing in the ring! He’s not a man, Joey, he’s divine!

Dusty Rhodes: I havvvve to admit, gentlemen, that mannn in the ring right now, he’ssss looking impressive. I don’t knowww, gentlemen, if anyone will be ablllle to sssstop this man right here!

“The Divine One” Mark Jindrak(w/Priest Parisi) vs. Psicosis

Summary: What’s to be expected from a total squash? Not too much. Jindrak dominated from start to finish, looking mighty impressive along the way. At first, he just stood in the middle of the ring, waiting for Psicosis to do something. When Psicosis finally stormed at Jindrak, “The Divine One” quickly answered with a huge big boot! Psicosis was down for a little while, and when he came back to his feet, Jindrak flattened him with a jawbreaking left hook punch! Psicosis looked like a bag of flour, as Jindrak turned Psicosis around so that he was facing the Mexican’s back. Jindrak then hoisted Psicosis up for a back suplex, but didn’t quite nail it, as it transitioned in a side slam, meaning Jindrak nailed the Mark of Excellence! Jindrak covered the poor and by now knocked out Psicosis for the easy victory.

Winner(2:16) “The Divine One” Mark Jindrak!

Joey Styles: And there you have it! A rather easy victory for Mark Jindrak here in his debut contest, don’t you think, Mike?

Mike Bucci: It certainly was a walk in the park for Jindrak, Joey, but what did you expect? I mean, look at him, Joey, he’s awesome! I look at him and I just wanna fall down to my knees and pray, Joey, it’s amazing!

Dusty Rhodes: You know somethinnnn’, boys, this was as immmmpressive as it comes and this man right here, Mark Jindrak, he’ll showww many many more in the future!

We see Jindrak not celebrating, just standing in the middle of the ring, not moving a muscle, as Priest Parisi slides in and confronts Jindrak. He is padding Jindrak on the chest, before looking towards the announce table, having an evil look on his face. He points towards one of the announcers and is shouting some incomprehensible stuff at his “God”. Jindrak looks to his left and is staring at one of the announcers too, as we hear Parisi yell “He’s standing in your way! Smite him!”. Jindrak, then exits the ring and approaches the announce table. He is looking at all three announcers, who all look to be really scared, except for Dusty Rhodes. Jindrak then focuses on Rhodes and suddenly grabs him by the tux! Jindrak looks him dead in the eye, before pulling him over the announce table and rolling the American Dream into the ring. The crowd don’t like the looks of this and starts booing the hell out of Jindrak, as well as his “priest”, Johnny Parisi. Jindrak picks up Dusty Rhodes, who now IS looking scared. Parisi suddenly grabs a hold of Dusty Rhodes in a double arm chickenwing, as Jindrak scouts Rhodes and knocks his block off with a huge left hook punch! The fans are showering Jindrak in heat at this point, but “The Divine One” isn’t through with the American Dream just yet. He picks him up and is about to finish Dusty off in similar fashion as he did Psicosis! He turns Rhodes around(now facing Rhodes’ back) and lifts him up, drilling him down with a thunderous Mark of Excellence! The crowd totally goes bananas now, giving Jindrak a very negative reaction (exactly what he wanted). Jindrak looks around the arena and doesn’t show any sign of emotion on his face, before he steps out of the ring and up on the entrance ramp, followed by his personal priest, Johnny Parisi.

Joey Styles: No! No! I can’t believe what just happened here! Jindrak, after an impressive victory, just laid out our special guest for tonight, Dusty Rhodes! This is outrageous!

Mike Bucci: You know somethin’, Joey. As far as I’m concerned, Jindrak can throw Mexicans and other minorities around the ring as much as he wants to, but when you destroy a legend of our business like that, well, then I have to disagree with his actions. This was indeed an outrage, Joey…

We see Jindrak and Parisi turning around one final time at the top of the entrance ramp, as Parisi raises Jindrak’s arm to a huge amount of heat from the fans! At this time, EMTs have hit the ring and are taking care of Dusty, putting on a neck brace and pulling him on a stretcher. Dusty looks to be totally knocked out and is being carried to the back, as we go to a commercial.


We come back to ringside as the camera zooms in on the brand new All-American Championship that is hanging high above the ring. We see some stagehands placing several ladders around the ring, as we switch to the back, where we see Carlito walking down a corridor. He’s stretching and preparing for the match, as he’s booed briefly, before we go back to ringside, to our announcing team, that has been reduced from three to two members.

Joey Styles: Welcome back to Dynamite, folks, and as you see, we’re only a two-man announce team at this moment, cause of the heinous actions by one Mark Jindrak.

Mike Bucci : That was indeed uncalled for, Joey, and even I don’t agree with that. Jindrak better pull out something spectacular next week if he wants to regain my appreciation.

Joey Styles: And of course, ladies and gentlemen, we will have an update on the American Dream later on tonight, but right now, it’s time for a match that is for a championship on paper, but goes so, so much deeper in reality.

Mike Bucci : Carlito versus Mysterio, Joey, a great ladder match is ahead of us, but you’re right, this goes way beyond any championship! In fact, it has gone so far, that Carlito, well, he wants to end Mysterio’s career tonight!

Joey Styles: Let us take you back, folks, to how this ladder match for the All-American Championship came about.

**Video Package**

-Mysterio eliminates Carlito as well as himself from the Battle Royal back in February
-Carlito challenges Mysterio to a match, but loses after a roll-up
-Carlito has some hard words for Mysterio, claiming he wants to end his career
-Carlito tries to cost Mysterio the quarter final match in RTTG, but fails
-Mysterio costs Carlito the quarter final match in RTTG
-Carlito hosts “cooling down with Carlito” in which he brawls with Mysterio
-The ladder match for All-American Title is made by Bischoff
-Mysterio refuses to help Carlito in a tag team match after Carlito has been laid out by RVD

**Video Package**
“Apple spittin’, jaw hittin’” hits as Carlito Colon struts out to a big amount of heat from the fans. Carlito is juggling his apple in one hand and pointing at the title hanging above the ring with the other. He gets into the ring and looks straight up, gazing upon the All-American championship that’s dangling high above the squared circle.

“Back to the 619” hits the P.A. system as the ever so colorful Rey Mysterio Jr. comes shooting through the stage to a large pop from the crowd! Mysterio is wearing a red, white and green outfit, as he walks down the ramp, receiving a thrilling ovation. Mysterio slaps hands with some fans along the ramp, before sliding into the ring and getting ready for this highly important match-up.

All-American Championship Ladder Match: Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Carlito Colon

Summary: An exiting, thrilling, fast and furious contest here. It started off rather traditional, with fists and kicks flying about. Carlito got the upper hand eventually and whipped Mysterio in the ropes, before nailing Mysterio with a big back body drop. Carlito immediately went to the outside to grab a ladder and this is where business picked up. Carlito slid inside the ring and tried to nail Mysterio with the ladder, but the man of mysterio quickly hit the ladder with a wheelkick, thus catapulting the object of steel straight into Carlito’s face! The crowd popped, as Mysterio went to the outside for another ladder, got it inside the ring and placed it in the corner. Mysterio approached Carlito, who surprised Mysterio by throwing the ladder straight in the face! Carlito took control from hereon out and dominated a few minutes by locking Mysterio in a sitting abdominal stretch. He followed up with a DDT, before taking the ladder and setting it up to start climbing. Carlito changed his mind mid-way though, as he wanted to finish off Rey once and for all. He picked Rey up and tried to whip him into the ladder that was set up in the corner, but Rey reversed it and whipped Carlito back first into the ladder, before nailing him with a huge splash onto Carlito and the ladder! Rey got into the match-up, as we went to a commercial break.


When we came back, we saw Carlito lying knocked out on top of a ladder in the center of the ring, as Mysterio was climbing to the top turnbuckle! Mysterio leaped into the air, looking for a Frog Splash(still paying homage to Eddie), but Carlito rolled off the ladder, leaving Mysterio to eat nothing but ladder! We then get a replay of what happened during the break and we saw Carlito going for some sort of power bomb on the ladder, but Myserio drilling Carlito onto the steel structure with a back body drop! We went back to live action, where the two competitors were down and out at the same time. Carlito got up slightly earlier and went back to dominate his opponent. Carlito used both his own fists and feet as weapons, as well as the ladder, to incapacitate Mysterio Jr. One rather spectacular move used by Carlito saw Colon drop toe holding Mysterio on the ladder, before nailing him with a springboard back elbow to the back of Mysterio’s neck, while Mysterio was still lying face down on the ladder! Carlito made one, rather big mistake, however. When Mysterio was lying in the ropes, resting from a severe beat down, Carlito approached him, ladder in hand. He was too confident though, and when he tried to drill Mysterio with the ladder, the man of mystery drop toe holded him into the ropes, with the ladder in front of Carlito! Mysterio fired up and nailed Carlito with a Six One Nine, blasting the ladder straight into Carlito’s face! The crowd went bananas, as Mysterio went for the springboard frog splash and connected! Mysterio had this match practically won, and went for a ladder outside, brought it in, and set it up in the middle of the ring. Mysterio got so close to the ladder, he could use the belt as a mirror, but Carlito, using the last ounce of strength he had left, kicked(while lying on the mat) the ladder, making Mysterio lose his balance, and fall off the ladder, guillotining himself on the top rope!

The match turned somewhat spotty from hereon out and it was Carlito, going for the title once again. Mysterio crawled up and moved up on the ladder as well, and now both men were fighting on top of the ladder! Carlito got the upperhand and blasted Mysterio’s face off the ladder. Then the biggest spot of the night followed, as Carlito grabbed Mysterio’s head and jumped off the ladder to the side, blasting Mysterio’s head off the ladder with a huge facebuster! Carlito fell down, Mysterio fell all the way down and both men were knocked out, as the crowd erupted for this amazing spot. Both men were down and out for quite a while, and it was finally Carlito who got up first. Carlito got an evil smirk on his face and went to the outside to grab a steel chair. He approached Mysterio with the intention to swing away, but the man of mystery quickly dropkicked the chair, straight into Carlito’s face! The Bad apple fell down, dozed and in pain, as Mysterio saw his chance to climb towards the gold! The crowd was red hot at this point, as Mysterio looked like he was going to grab the title at this moment. But suddenly, Carlito jumped up, looking pissed as ever, looking at Rey. Carlito stormed up the ladder, the same side as Mysterio was on and started clubbing Mysterio’s back. Carlito then went for the unthinkable, the backcracker off the top of the ladder! He grabbed Mysterio’s shoulders and went for it, but the man from the 619 held onto the ladder, sending Carlito all the way down, crashing and burning into the mat! The crowd erupted, as Mysterio went for the championship belt, unhooked it, and won this amazing contest!


Joey Styles: For this match, there are only three words good enough to describe it…OH MY GOD! What an amazing contest, Mike, truly awe-inspiring!

Mike Bucci: Even I am on the edge of my seat as we speak, Joey! This was unbelievable! Rey and Carlito took out everything they had and more, and they gave the fans one of the best ladder matches in recent memory! And in the end, well, Mysterio got the strap and he deserved it, Joey, plain and simple.

Joey Styles: Well, I’m glad we can finally agree on something for a change. Good job, Rey!

We see Mysterio walking up the ramp, raising his newly won championship high above his head, as we switch back to the ring, where Carlito is on his knees, looking at the new champion and holding his head in pain, disappointment and anger.

We then switch to RVD’s locker room, where we see RVD preparing himself for his big title match in the main event. This is welcomed to a good pop. We then switch to an image of Matt “The Train” Bloom, not preparing, just staring blankly into space, to a chorus of boos from the fans. And finally, we switch to Hulk Hogan’s locker room, to an enormous pop! We see the Hulkster looking at his championship, stroking it, padding it, before placing it on his shoulder, having a focused look in his eyes. The main event: Hulk Hogan© vs. Rob Van Dam vs. Matt “The Train” Bloom, tonight!


When we return “BIG” hits the P.A. system as Paul “The Great” Wight comes out to a big pop from the crowd! He is wearing his black wrestling outfit, but he doesn’t have a scheduled match for tonight. He’s smiling profusely, as he climbs over the top rope and grabs a microphone. I guess we’ll know why he’s out here soon enough.

Paul Wight: Y’all having a great time so far?

*Big pop, as the crowd clearly has had a great time so far*

Paul Wight: You know, we’ve had a great show so far, but it’s only gonna get better…and bigger. Now, I’m not gonna lie to you, I would’ve loved to come out here a little later on, as a contender for the GWE Championship! But, two weeks ago, I have to be fair, Rob Van Dam beat me and he deserves to be in the main event tonight.

*Huge pop, not only for mentioning RVD, but also for the honesty and fairness of Wight*

Paul Wight: But what would a two hour Dynamite spectacular be without the largest athlete in the world, huh?

*Big pop*

Paul Wight: That’s right. So without any further ado, folks, lemme introduce to you the first ever “GREAT CHALLENGE”!

*The crowd pops in anticipation*

Paul Wight: The rules are simple. Anyone from the back, and I mean anyone, can come out here and have a match with me, “The Great Wight”. If you can beat me in under five minutes, then you’ve won the challenge. If not, then I’ve proven not only I’m the largest athlete in the world, but I’m also better than you!

*Big pop yet again for Wight*

Paul Wight: So whoever wants to accept the Great Challenge, come down to the ring and show me whatcha got! Come on!

Wight drops the mic as he awaits his mystery opponent.

Suddenly “Here comes the pain v2.0” hits, which is received by a lot of confusion by the crowd. An impressing looking man walks out, wearing a sweater with a hood over his head. The man is looking down to the floor, before taking small jumps up and down, while punching downwards. Suddenly, the man removes his hood AND IT’S BROCK LESNAR WHO’S STANDING ON THE EASTER EXTRAVAGANZA STAGE!! The roof is just blown off as Brock Lesnar flexes his muscles, while an enormous set of pyros go off behind him.


Joey Styles: OH MY GOD!~

Mike Bucci: Are my eyes deceiving me, Joey, or is that really Brock Lesnar standing on top of that entrance ramp? I can’t believe what I’m seeing!

Joey Styles: You’re eyes are definitely not deceiving you, Mike, this is indeed Brock Lesnar standing right there and he has accepted The Great Challenge!

We then get a look at Paul Wight, who is shocked to see Brock Lesnar walking down to the ring. A smile of disbelief appears on Wight’s face, as he mouths “I can’t believe it”. Lesnar has reached the ring, having a huge smile on his face. He seems to be ecstatic about being back into wrestling. He jumps up and down briefly, before hopping up on the apron, as a huge set of pyros shoot from all four ring posts! Lesnar gets in the ring and immediately takes off his sweater, revealing the massive tattoo that’s still on his back(where else would it be?). Lesnar goes for the mic, that was on the mat, and brings it to his mouth.

Brock Lesnar: Paul Wight, you’re Great Challenge…I ACCEPT!

Lesnar powerfully throws down the mic as the crowd is still on their feet, cheering. Meanwhile, a referee has joined the duo in the ring and calls for the bell. The Great Challenge, is underway!

The Great Challenge: Paul “The Great” Wight vs. Brock Lesnar

Summary: Before the match got underway, Brock Lesnar extended his hand out to Paul Wight, offering a friendly handshake. Wight looked around, saw the fans, who were hardly able to remain on their seats, and accepted the handshake! The crowd cheered, but the cheers got much louder as Lesnar suddenly pulled Wight toward him and hoisted the 450 pounder up on his shoulders, in a fireman’s carry! Lesnar roared like an animal, before drilling Paul Wight WITH THE F5! The crowd erupted into massive cheers, as Lesnar pinned Wight and immediately scored the victory!

Winner(0:22) Brock Lesnar!

Joey Styles: Lesnar just beat the Great Challenge in a matter of seconds, Mike! What an upset!

Mike Bucci: Upset is the word, Joey. Lesnar surprised the world with coming back to wrestling and GWE in particular and now, well, he just beat Paul Wight with one move, Joey, one move! Simply amazing!

We see Lesnar celebrating inside the ring, flexing his muscles profusely, showing off his athletic, buff body. We then switch to the interview area, where Steve Romero is standing by!

Steve Romero: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. In a few moments, The Main Event of Easter Extravaganza will take place. And A triple threat match for the GWE Global Championship is what’s still left on the card! And my guest at this time, one of the men involved in the match, Rob Van Dam!

Rob Van Dam walks into screen to a huge pop from the crowd. He looks ultra focused and not his usual happy self. This match obviously means everything to him.

Steve Romero: Rob, in a few mere moments, you will be engaging in one of the most important matches of your career, a triple threat match for the GWE championship. The obvious question is, are you prepared?

Rob Van Dam: Steve Romero, this is not one of the most important matches of my career. This is THE most important match of my entire career, dude. And if I wouldn’t be prepared for this one, I wouldn’t deserve to be in the match and I wouldn’t deserve to be a GWE superstar all together, man. So tonight, I’m mister Thursday Night once again. Tonight, once more I am the Whole Dam Show! But most importantly, tonight, I step in the ring, just Rob Van Dam. But I’m walking out, GWE Champion (doing the R V D signature taunt)…Rob…Van…Dam!

RVD walks away, as we go to another commercial


When we return we immediately go to Matt Bloom’s locker room, where Bloom is standing there, just looking in front of him, at nothing. Eric Bischoff suddenly enters the scene to a chorus of boos. He looks at Bloom and starts talking to him, but Bloom just keeps staring in front of him, like he isn’t on this planet.

Bischoff: Now, Matt, the big moment is finally here. This is where you got to bring everything you got and more, to get that GWE Championship. It’s soon to be the biggest prize in the entire industry and if you’re holding it, it’s gonna make you the biggest star in our industry, you understand me?

Bloom just breaths heavily, not quite answering Bischoff’s question.

But it’s not only that, Matt, this match goes beyond that. Tonight, we got to show that egotistical, washed-up, old excuse for a wrestler what we’re capable off! And that’s exactly what we’re gonna do. Because as always, Eric Bischoff has a plan. And as always, that plan…is flawless. Come here.

Bischoff puts his arm around Bloom and starts whispering in his ear, while Bloom is still just staring blankly into space. Let’s just assume Matt Bloom is focused as can be before his big championship opportunity.

We then switch back to ringside, to Joey Styles and Mike Bucci.

Joey Styles:
Bloom is definitely looking ready for the main event, but I don’t like the sound of that plan, Mike!

Mike Bucci: There’s no plan, Joey! The only plan is winning the GWE Championship, just like the other two men involved in this match. Speaking of which, folks, let’s take a look at how this highly anticipated Triple Threat came to existence!

**Video Package**

-Hulk Hogan wins GWE Title match against Rob Van Dam
-Hulk Hogan announces the Road-to-the-Gold Tournament
-Highlights of the tournament
-Eric Bischoff bursts into scene along with Matt “The Train” Bloom
-Bloom attacks Hogan and Bischoff puts Bloom in the title match at Easter Extravaganza
-Rob Van Dam wins the Road-to-the-Gold Tournament
-Bloom attacks Hogan yet again and stands tall
-Hogan finally gets his hands on Bischoff and Bloom
-RVD knocks out Hogan and wins their tag team match

**Video Package**
“Walk” hits the P.A. system as Rob Van Dam walks out to a thunderous pop from the crowd! Van Dam does his signature ‘R V D’ taunt, before walking toward the ring. He slaps hands with quite a few fans along the entrance way, before rolling into the ring and posing for the fans.

“Bending tracks” hits as Matt “The Train” Bloom steps out of the entrance way to a huge amount of heat from the fans. He’s coming out here without Eric Bischoff, which might be odd. Bischoff is the General Manager of Dynamite though and he may have some issues he has to handle backstage. After all, Bischoff is not Bloom’s official manager. Anyway, as a true heel, Bloom walks to the ring very slowly, but finally reaches it, enters it and awaits the final piece of the puzzle.

“American Made” blares through the speakers and out comes Hulk Hogan, the chairman, the champion! The roof is blown off the joint, cause every single one of these fans is a hulkamaniac! Hogan walks down to the ring, eating the fans’ ovation up, before sliding under the bottom rope into the ring. Hogan does his signature “cupping the ear” taunt on all four sides of the ring, before handing his belt to the referee.

GWE Global Championship: Hulk Hogan© vs. Matt “The Train” Bloom vs. Rob Van Dam

Summary: A match worthy of being in the main event. The match started with Bloom being the target of both Hogan and Rob Van Dam at the very beginning. Both men lunged away at Bloom, but “The Train” overpowered both men, scoring multiple right hands to both men’s jaws. Bloom then leveled Van Dam with a clothesline, before doing the same to Hogan, both in brutal, nearly decapitating fashion. Bloom was looking impressive in the early goings, and the fans didn’t really like that development. Bloom looked awfully strong in this match, until he made his first mistake. Bloom focused entirely on Hogan for a while, eventually tossing him over the top rope with a big boot. He forgot entirely about RVD though, who dazzled Bloom with a quick enzuigiri. Bloom didn’t go down, however, not even after three flying forearms by RVD. When RVD went for a fourth one, Bloom had enough of it and blasted RVD with a clothesline of his own. Bloom looked ever so strong in the opening minutes of the match, remaining on his feet all the while. With Hogan still out of commission on the outside, Bloom went to work on RVD, blasting him with a monstrous tilt-a-whirl sideslam. Bloom went for the cover, but Hogan finally got back in the ring and broke things up, as we went to a commercial break.


When we came back, Bloom was in the corner, being assaulted by Rob Van Dam. Bloom kept shoving him off though, but Van Dam kept coming back. Bloom finally reverses the roles and RVD is a sitting duck, as Bloom unloads with lefts, rights, shoulder to the gut and more! Then we get a replay from what happened during the break, and we saw Bloom taking Hogan out of commission with a thunderous powerbomb. He didn’t get the three count, however, as RVD broke things up. Back to live action, we saw Bloom charging up to storm at Van Dam, but when he went for the avalanche splash, RVD moved out of the way, sending Bloom chest first into the turnbuckle! Bloom backed up, as RVD jumped up on the top turnbuckle and nailed a missile dropkick, which didn’t send Bloom down to the mat, however! Van Dam was stunned. Not even a missile dropkick could send Bloom down! Bloom shook things off, completely no-selling the high-risk maneuver, before storming at Van Dam and hitting a massive shoulder block. But as he turned around, Hogan was back up, unleashing at Bloom with a plethora of right hands! The crowd went wild, as Hogan, made Bloom stagger on his feet. Hogan drove Bloom into the ropes and Irish whipped him into the opposite ropes, before nailing him with a signature big boot! But Bloom STILL didn’t want to go down! Hogan noticed he was staggering more and more though, so he approached Bloom, went under Bloom’s legs, hoisted him up in the air AND NAILED “THE TRAIN” WITH A MASSIVE POWERSLAM! The crowd went bananas, as Hulk Hogan brought Bloom down for the very first time in this match, and in what fashion?! Hogan saw that both Matt Bloom and RVD were down, so he cupped his ear, before bouncing off the ropes and going for THE ATOMIC LEG DROP…on Rob Van Dam! But he missed! RVD rolled out of the way and now all three behemoths were down and out in the middle of the ring, as the fans applauded all three competitors!

After a while, all three men reached a vertical base and we were back where we started, with all three competitors facing each other, eye to eye. It was the ever so quick Rob Van Dam to attack first, going after Hulk Hogan. Bloom observed the brawl at first, but quickly meddled with business, as he nailed Rob Van Dam with a headbutt to the back of his head. Bloom nailed Hogan with a headbutt as well, before going after Van Dam, who was sitting on his hands and knees, and kicking him viciously in the gut, sending Van Dam all the way out of the ring! Bloom focused on Hogan, once again, unloading on The Champion with a series of right jabs. Hogan backed away and Bloom Irish whipped him into the opposite ropes, before nailing a thunderous back body drop! The crowd let out a collective “oooh”, as their hero was down and out and Bloom was once again in absolute control. Bloom, looking dominant as hell, took the time to pose for the fans, raising his arms, to a large amount of heat. What he didn’t realize, however, was RVD being back in the ring, right behind Bloom’s back! When Bloom turned around, RVD unloaded on him with a variety of rights, lefts, kicks, knees, etc…Bloom just didn’t go down though, not even after one of RVD’s signature windmill kicks. Bloom was seemingly in trouble though and at this time, ERIC BISCHOFF CAME OUT OF THE ENTRANCE WAY! The crowd went crazy(negatively) as Bischoff was looking mightily pissed, as he’s shouting all sorts of stuff towards god knows who inside the ring. The referee had scouted Bischoff, however, AND JUMPED OUT OF THE RING, PREVENTING BISCHOFF FROM ENTERING! The crowd erupted into massive cheers as the referee just formed a roadblock it seemed for Bischoff, who was forced to back up! Matt Bloom, however, suddenly shoved RVD off of him, and went to the outside, to the announcer’s table. Bloom forced Justin Roberts(ring announcer) to scatter off, but he didn’t grab a chair, instead he grabbed the GWE Global title belt! Bloom got back in the ring and went after RVD, swinging the belt at RVD’s head, but Van Dam ducked AND KICKED THE BELT STRAIGHT INTO BLOOM’S FACE! The fans went bananas, as Bloom was knocked out and fell to the mat! RVD quickly ran into the ropes and nailed a picture perfect Rolling Thunder, with the crowd firmly behind Mister Thursday Night! RVD climbed to the top rope, but Hogan was back in the ring and shoved RVD off, face-first into the announce table(which didn’t break)!

The crowd popped even louder as Hogan was back into this match, going after Matt Bloom. Hogan picked him up and started talking trash to Bloom, which wasn’t the smartest of moves. Apparently, Hogan’s frustrations finally erupted as he was on the verge of exploding! The Train suddenly snapped back to life, however, as he suddenly clenched Hogan’s neck with both of his hands! Bloom quickly hoisted Hogan up in the air AND NAILED HIM WITH THE BALDO BOMB! The crowd went rather silent, as they knew what the outcome of this was going to be. Bloom went for the cover, as the ref had escorted Bischoff to the back and was already back in the ring…ONE…TWO…TH..
NO! NO! HOGAN KICKED OUT AND JUMPED UP, LOOKING BLOOM DIRECTLY IN THE EYE! Bloom was looking at Hogan, totally flabbergasted and in absolute shock, as Hogan, was sitting on his knees, touting his lips! Hogan got back to his feet and pointed at Bloom, as the fans followed chanting “YOU”. Bloom wanted nothing off it, however, and started taking shots at Hogan, BUT HOGAN NO-SOLD THEM AND STARTED HULKING UP! The roof was blown off as Hogan was hulking up, completely no-selling all of Bloom’s attacks! Hogan then reversed roles, as he started taking shots at Bloom, making The Train stagger on his feet. Hogan keeps lunging away at Bloom, before whipping him into the ropes and nailing him with a BIG BOOT! Bloom went down and was lying in perfect position for the Atomic Leg Drop! Hogan cupped his ear one last time, but didn’t notice that RVD had regained consciousness and was back in the ring! Hogan turned around and RVD smiled briefly, before swiftly kicking him straight in the jaw, sending Hogan down! Hogan fell directly next to Bloom, as RVD jumped up on the top turnbuckle, doing the R V D taunt one final time. RVD leaped off in the air AND HIT THE FIVE STAR FROG SPLASH…ON BOTH BLOOM AND HOGAN! The crowd had no other choice but to pop, as RVD hooked Hogan’s leg and the referee counted…ONE…TWO…THREE!!


Joey Styles: That’s it! That’s it! RVD has done it! What an amazing contest and what an amazing winner, Mike!

Mike Bucci: Joey, I will not hesitate to call this the best match in GWE history so far. Oh my god, what a blockbuster of a match we just witnessed, with a well deserved winner and a new champion, Joey! We’ve got a new champion and it’s Rob Van Dam!

We see Rob Van Dam in the middle of the ring, absolutely in shock. He can’t believe he has just won GWE’s most coveted prize, the Global Championship. The referee grabs the belt and hands it over to Van Dam, who bites it, just to check it’s real. He gets up to his feet and lifts the title into the air as every single fan is on his feet, applauding the new champion. If anyone had to beat Hogan, they’re glad RVD did it. RVD goes on all four turnbuckles, posing with his newly acquired belt, as a massive round of fireworks is shooting from the steel structure above the ring. This was RVD’s night and he’s enjoying every bit of it, as we can see tears rolling over his cheeks. This is pure emotion people. This is why we are wrestling fans. Cherish these moments.

Joey Styles: Ladies and gentlemen, there aren’t any words in our dictionary that can describe this moment. This is the moment RVD has been waiting for ever since he signed for GWE and tonight, his dream has come true. We’ve got a new GWE champion and one we can be proud of! And with this emotional and heartfelt moment, this two hour spectacular of Dynamite comes to a close. It truly was an epic event, that was called Easter Extravaganza. Ladies and gentlemen, for Mike Bucci, I’m Joey Styles, good night from Columbus, Ohio!

We see RVD emotionally celebrating his victory in the middle of the ring, as the image fades to black and the show comes to a close.
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Re: GWE: Global Wrestling Enterprise

This show looks really good. I will drop you a review very soon, most likely edit in.

Edit: Half way done, have it tomorrow

Edit: Done

Sweet video package to kick off the show, written very nicely. Good opening bit running down the card, Dusty Rhodes on commentary = ratings.

I like the attention given to the Bashams throughout the duration of this thread and although they lose here tonight I hope that continues. Kash & Gibson are a good tag team and they showed off their great teamwork in this match. I liked that finishing maneuver, The Invasion Sensation, very catchy. I thought you did a good job in making sure the Bashams seemed tough in the on goings of the match, having them isolate Kash. I definitely see these two teams squaring off again. Only problem I see is that the Invaders are being referred to as “youngsters.” Kash is nearly 40, but since Gibson is only about 30 I guess it alright.

Not much to this segment with the X-Factors except that I feel their gimmick is not having one …? I am not sure. However a “mystery man”, it has to be Triple H.

This whole fed is very creative but I have to give it to you for the priest and the divine one, good stuff. I am very interested in this angle. I have always like Mark Jindrak so please give him the Global Championship within weeks. The description of his arrival was awesome and really set an image in my head, kudos to you. What better way to generate massive heat and make an impact right away than to own a legend? There isn’t one. Loved the fact Jindrak destroyed Rhodes, this sets the platform for his heat and this image can be used when hyping him in the future.

Good name for a middle card championship in the All-American Championship; I don’t think I’ve seen that before. I have loved this feud and you did a great job running down the past between these two in the video package. This was a great read, no lie. The excitement never really dwindled throughout the duration of this match and it was full force all the way. I loved how Carlito played his heel part to a tee when he could’ve won early on but his hate for Mysterio wouldn’t let him. The finish was good also, but I would’ve loved to actually see the back cracker off of the ladder. Mysterio winning is a good first step for this new belt as Mysterio is the more established star. Carlito will be champ in no time most likely.

Brock Lesnar! Man I never expected that. Too bad for Wight that Lesnar’s return was at the cost of him. I feel Wight is being made into somewhat of a joke and sooner or later all of his dominance will be gone. I wonder if this is the “mystery man” from early and since it wasn’t addressed that it was I am guessing it’s not, so I am still expecting another debut. I did like the idea of the Great Wight Challenge and it was a good way to introduce Lesnar but again I feel that Wight being squashed isn’t a good idea. I wonder if this will ignite a feud between the two or if Lesnar has better things to do.

Good hype for the main event with the short segments of RVD and Bloom. I am excited to see if Hogan drops the title or not.

You did a good job of making Bloom look tough in the early proceedings of the match, but I just can’t imagine him with the championship just yet. Bloom hit a powerbomb on Hogan!? And it wasn’t shown on live TV. I can’t remember the last time Hogan might have taken a spot like that, I think that deserved more attention than it got. Again you are really building Bloom up. In typical big man heel fashion he will not go down until finally who else but Hogan to slam him into the canvas. This is a good breaking point in the match as all three men are on the canvas, not many people remember to add in a “rest period” during their big matches but you did. It adds a heck of more realism to the match. Bischoff and Bloom are a good mix and I liked how Bischoff came out, distracting the referee. However this made Bloom look weak. He has been on top all night with nothing being able to knock him down and now in one move he is out cold. Granted a plate of gold hit him in the face, it just seemed too easy. Hogan just kicked out of Blooms finisher, there is no way Bloom can win now. Man oh man what a finish! I thought Hogan was about to win that one. The only thing I really didn’t like is that RVD didn’t get THAT much offense in and him winning comes sort of a shock. Hogan taking the pin is something different since this was a three way I thought either RVD or Bloom would be pinned. All in all this was an excellent match up, the momentum shifted between all three men beautifully. Bloom looked strong but he ended weak whereas Hogan started weak and ended strong. RVD was the middle man who didn’t gain or lose momentum too much during the match. I think that was key to his victory and I must say I like RVD on top.

Overall this was a very good show. You are underrated, imo. This BTB is flowing with creativity and it showed throughout this show. I assume that the man the X-Factors saw was Lesnar unless it is stated he wasn’t and if that is the case I wonder where that will lead. Not only was the dialogue and match writing great, you’re booking was fantastic. One thing I did not like was that Lesnar returning was not hyped at all. He came out, won and that was that. After the break it was not mentioned or anything of the sort. Lesnar is a big deal especially since he has been away from a USA ring for quite some time. Nonetheless this was a very good show, keep up the hard work, it is paying off.

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