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post #41 of 57 (permalink) Old 11-10-2009, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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- Preview -

NXG debuted with a huge start with NeXus on Tuesday, and now, it's time for the premier of Vortex. Our main event for the show was done in the same manner as NeXus's, with destiny choosing two men from the Elimination Guantlet at Wrestlution, and it has selected Rey Mysterio and Booker T. These two former World Champions have competed for the top prize against each other in the past, and will do so again at the first NXG Pay-Per-View in history. But on Vortex, we will see them compete with only momentum riding on the line. Which one of them will earn a place in the record books as the main-event winner of the first Vortex?

Four championships will be won at Wrestlution, and as we approach the date, we will see those continue in their quest to the gold, as others will be eliminated. This week, in a qualifying match for the NXG International Championship Tournament, we will see Ace Steel take on Jimmy Yun. With both men out to prove their worth, Steel's hard-hitting no-nonsense style going against Yun's high-flying endeavors should make for an exciting contest. Which man will enter the tournament to face Elijah Burke in the preliminary round?

On NeXus, we saw the Motor City Machine Guns go to a ten-minute draw against The Hooliganz for the chance to go to Wrestlution to compete for the NXG Tag Team Championship. This week on Vortex, it will be Team 3D facing off against The Briscoes in their opportunity for the championship match. 3D is the most decorated tag team in all of wrestling history, while The Briscoes are a powerful brother duo whose potential knows no bounds. Only one of them can go to Wrestlution, but with a ten-minute restriction on their match, will we see a team advance tonight?

All this and more on Vortex.

- Confirmed Matches -
- NXG International Championship Tournament Qualifying Match -
Ace Steel vs. Jimmy Yun
- NXG Tag Team Championship Qualifying Match -
Team 3D vs. The Briscoes
- Rey Mysterio vs. Booker T -

- XXX -

First, I want to say thank you to all that took the time to read NeXus, and for all the positive feedback left as well. I have a great feeling about this project, and I'm glad to know that the general consensus thinks I'm off to a good start. Now, it's time to keep things moving with Vortex, which should go up later this week. So again, much thanks to all, hope to see you there.

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Glad to see this continuing to be up and running since the BTB section has otherwise been lacking as of late, Mikey.

Card looks pretty good here, with a very nice main event. While Booker is somewhat lazy in the ring these days, I've got no doubt when put against Rey that it should be a fine match. The undercard is also very nice, with some talent new on the scene set to be introduced to the world, along with Team 3D and Wang Yang (I refuse to call him Yun ).

Looking forward to it, Mikey. You know I'll be reading.

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When I first noticed that you posted this thread I was excited because people who know me know I love a good created thread, and your backstory was very impressive. With that being said, your first show was a little disappointing (i don't have time to review and point out what I didn't like
), but I'm willing to look past it, as I believe that the first show or two of every new thread is a little hard, especially a created one.

On to the preview, and I must say when I click on a created fed, I expect to see good matches, and creative booking, and I don't mind the way you're making your main events, but Booker T vs. Rey Mysterio is not exactly something I think should be main eventing a show, that is trying to stray away from what WWE and TNA do.

Alijah Burke > Ace Steel and Jimmy Yun, tbh, although with that being said, I'm hoping Yun picks up the victory, as I actually don't mind him. Another thing I've noticed is I know you have to find a way to crown champions, but I feel as if everything is a little to structured.

I'm actually hoping The Briscoes pick up the victory, as I really don't like Team 3D anymore, they are way to stale, but if your willing to change things up, and book them interestingly, I wouldn't object to them being the champions, as they'd definitely bring credibility to your tag divison.

The show is looking okay, if a little to structured, and I'm not a huge fan of the main event, I'll hopefully be able to drop some feedback, not promising anything though. Good luck with this, man.

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- "A New Day's Light" -
May 13, 2010
UIC Pavillion - Chicago, Illinois

The show begins without an entrance video, instead the camera slowly fades into picture. The Chicago crowd is buzzing in anticipation for what's going to go on tonight, and we're greeted to the show by our commentary team, Joey Styles and Mick Foley.

Joey Styles: Good evening everyone! I'm Joey Styles, here with Mick Foley, and we want to welcome you to the first-ever episode of NXG Vortex! It's gonna be a big night, isn't it, Mick?

Mick Foley: You bet, Joey! Here tonight, we've got three big match-ups for you all, including the third NXG International Tournament Qualifyer between Ace Steel, and Jimmy Yun! Should be a very exciting match up here, especially since we're here in Steel's hometown, Chicago!

Joey Styles: No doubt we'll have an eletric atmostphere for that match, but we can also guarantee one for this match: Team 3D vs. The Briscoe Brothers! Last week, the Motor City Machine Guns and The Hooliganz weren't able to secure their spot for Wrestlution, but will 3D or The Briscoes be able to do it in one shot?

Mick Foley: Excellent question there, and I'm definitely lookin' forward to findin' out! And we can't forget about our main event tonight, can we? It's one we've seen fought over the World Title in WWE, involving two of the ten men lookin' to become the first-ever NXG World Heavyweight Champ: Rey Mysterio, takes on Booker T!

The arena then goes dark, except with the stage shining in brilliant white as religious music that sounds of impending doom plays out, something similar to "Requiem for a Dream". Mist and fog flows down the opening of the stage, and after a moment, we see five persons in white trench coats and hoods step through, four men and a single woman, the same characters that were shown in a video during NeXus's main event, the ones that referred to themselves as "Archangels". They enters the ring, and keep the same formation as they had as they walked down, then lower their hoods.

The man on the far left is Hispanic and has short, curly black hair. Next to him is the woman, who is very beautiful and has caramel-colored hair. In the center is a man with long blond hair, as well as a blond goatee. To his left is the largest of the five, an African-American man also with a closely-shaved head. And the last closely resembles the other Hispanic man, as if they were brothers. All five wear stern expressions, void of positive emotion.

The man in the center reveals a microphone, and begins to address in a very formal manner the Chicago crowd, who hasn't been very receptive of the crowd, although some slight booes could be heard.

??? Allow us to introduce ourselves. This is Sariel, (gestures to the first Hispanic man) she is Gabrielle, (motions to the woman beside him) this is Raphael, (motions to the African-American man next to him) he is Remiel, (gestures to the second Hispanic man) and I am Michael... And we, are The Archangels.

The fans don't make much of a reaction, but again, some heat is audible.

Michael: We are here for one reason: to shine light in this poisoned world. Everywhere we go, everywhere we turn, we see humanity and their severe imperfections. And we also see, that they cannot. Society is blind to their faults, and even find merriment in them. Drugs, alcohol, sex, violence, you all immerse yourselves in it, and are too self-obsessed with your artificial pleasure to notice that this planet is in disrepair - causing all the more blame to be placed on your shoulders.

This gets the Chicago crowd booing.

Michael: You fail to see how people in some countries are left to fend for themselves in brutal conditions by their rulers. You fail to see how cruelly some animals are tortured by owners. You even fail to see a man on your very street mugged and beaten, all for whatever little money he has on me, to be used by his assailant on drugs and alcohol. And when you take notice of suffering, it's because of when you made fun of and insulted someone who looks or dresses differently than you. It's when one of your so-called friends attempts a ridiculous stunt under a substance's influence, and ends up needing to visit the hospital while you laugh at his injuries.

Again the fans disagree, and boo the group.

Michael: Yes, the world is enveloped in evil. And we, we are born of this tainted planet. We were all like you once, we were all sinners. We drank, we fought, we stole, we took your drugs. We were on a road to self-destruction, but just before the final passage, we were saved, by a light. (Looks angry at what he's about to say, as if ashamed) For years, I was an alcoholic. At first, my drinking started as something innocent, something merely to be enjoyed. But as time went on, I drank heavier and heavier, trying to use alcohol as a remedy to my problems... but it only made everything worse. I lost everyone and everything I cared for, and the problems that I wanted to drink away doubled. But I didn't acknowledge this, and like an unceasing circle, I continued to drink, until I nearly died... but the light saved me. The light, it invigorated me, it gave me the strength to stand back up and mend all the wrongs I'd done. It helped me put my life back in order, but I felt that I had new life to live. I had a new mission on this earth, and that was to spread the light on the world that was harming itself just as I was. And that's how the five of us formed; I found these troubled men and women, and I showed them the light. They were saved from their evil vices, and felt the same desire to take upon my task in wanting to share the light, and that is why we are here, in NXG: to show the world their unseen evils, and purge them until the only shadows casted are caused by all standing in the light.

Chicago is now getting on The Archangels' case with louder heat, as they see no need to see the light.

Michael: The NXG locker room is full of men and women that you all adore, that you all look up to, cheer for. But they are just like you, full of evil elements that need correcting. You encourage their talents and abilities as wrestlers, but as humans, they drink, they take drugs, and they angrily and conceitedly disregard you fans when you come up to them and ask for autographs. And we, will make sure that they see the light. For over a year now, we have trained long and hard to enter the wrestling medium, to perfect this craft, and now, we are here, fine wrestlers with passion and resolve for our cause. We will resurrect the virtues lost by humanity. We will be unrelenting in our crusade for opening your eyes to the ideal, and we will do what we must to show you the light. We, The Archangels, bring a new day's light to wrestling, a new day's light to the world, and at last, you will all see.

The crowd heavily booes them, although the five look unphased. Michael lowers to a knee to carefully place the mic on the mat, then leads his group out of the ring, and up the stage. They enter the back without a single look back at the crowd, and we go our first break.

- Commercial Break -

When we come back, it's time for our first match, and out comes Jimmy Yun to an Oriental rock sounding production track, and a nice pop. He high-fives the fans on his way to the ring, and does some quick posing atop the turnbuckles before heading the center of the ring.

A moment later, a heavy metal production track plays, and Ace Steel comes out to a very good pop from Chicago, his hometown. He heads the ring, high-fiving the fans on his way, and rolls into the ring. He doesn't do much for theatrics, just raising his arm, looking ready to wrestle. The ref steps out of the way, and starts the match.

- NXG International Championship Tournament Qualfiying Match -
Jimmy Yun vs. Ace Steel

End: Jimmy tried to take the match to the air, using his high-flying prowess, but the pugnacious Steel tried to ground him. Now, Steel has an armbar locked in on the mat, while Jimmy slowly inches towards the ropes. Eventually, he takes ahold of the bottom rope, and Steel breaks the armbar at the ref's 4-count. He helps Yun to his feet, then throws him off the ropes. Jimmy rebounds, into a back elbow from Ace. Steel then hits the ropes, and springboards off the middle rope, turning around in mid-air to land a big leg drop across Yun's throat! He makes the pin, but Jimmy kicks out at 2. He gets up, grabbing Yun as well, and whips him off the ropes. Jimmy rebounds, ducks a clothesline, grabs ahold of the arm, and masterfully swings himself around Steel's body to nail a satellite DDT! He makes the cover, but Steel's able to get the shoulder up at 2.

Jimmy shakes the cobwebs, then picks himself up, along with Steel. He throws him off the ropes, and Steel charges back at Jimmy. He leapfrogs over him to evade, then rolls onto his back, legs poised. Steel returns, and Jimmy is able to press off his chest to flip him over. Steel gets up, a bit flustered, and runs into an armdrag from Yun. This repeats twice more, with Jimmy changing it up with a beautiful dropkick, backflipping off and onto Steel's body for another pin! Again Steel kicks out at 2, and makes it up. Yun's there in wait, and grabs him. He tries to whip him off the ropes, but Ace reverses it. Jimmy rebounds, and runs under a clothesline, but on his second return, Steel lands a big knee to the midsection, flipping him over! He holds his stomach on the mat, and Steel steps onto the apron, climbs the corner, and dives off with a headbutt!

He covers, but just gets 2. He picks Yun up, then throws him into the corner. He follows in, looking for a dropkick, but Jimmy managed to move away in time, and Steel hits the buckles! He has some difficulty standing, but once he does, he walks out at Yun, who nails a spinning heel kick! He gets up quickly in an adrenaline rush, and lifts Steel up. He hits a series of fast fists, then repeated kicks to the legs, then a spin kick to the jaw that takes Steel down! Jimmy then heads into the corner, and scales up to the second before jumping onto the top, and springboarding off with a moonsault! But Ace got the knees up, and Yun crashes stomach-first into them! He rolls around on the mat, as Steel climbs to his feet. He grabs and lifts Yun by the head, and hits a lifting swinging DDT, the Steel Spike! He makes the cover, 1... 2... 3! Steel's in contention!

- Winner -
Ace Steel

Joey Styles: Tremendous performance by both these men again, showcasing what NXG is all about: wrestling and competition! Jimmy Yun took Ace Steel to the limits, but it's the Chicago native that picks up the win!

Mick Foley: Ace Steel is a man who simply loves to go at it, and Jimmy Yun brought it! But now, it's Steel that moves up into the International Title Tournament, where he'll face off against Elijah Burke!

Steel celebrates his big win here by raising his arm and nodding at the crowd, who gives him a good pop. He leaves the ring the way he wanted, victorious after a good fight, and high-fives the fans on his way back. Meanwhile, Yun looks a little disappointed in his loss, but still content with himself for almost taking it.

- XXX -

We then cut to a backstage area, where we see Team 3D, Ray and Devon. A mixed reaction is heard in the background, and these two men look incredibly focused for their match later on tonight.

Ray: Team 3D is the greatest tag team of all time. We've been everywhere and done it all. We've won so many tag team championships, I've lost count. But for some reason, the so-called fans have no respect for us. All you punks out there, have no respect for what we've done for this business, and tag team wrestling. We've done insane things, we've bled buckets, and it was all for tag team titles. But what do you dumbasses say about us? That we're boring. That we're stale, that we're too old. No respect for what we've done! So you wanna know what we have to say about you? F*** you! We've never done what we do for anyone other than ourselves, but you backwards inbreds having no respect for the risks we've taken makes us sick! There are plenty of assh***s out there in this business that we can't stand, but we have respect for what they've done in their careers, 'cause that's what this business is founded on: respect!

Ray then moves back a little, allowing Devon to move up.

Devon: You people call yourselves true fans of wrestling? Bulls***. True fans are the ones that have respect for the greatest tag team in history. We don't give a damn if you like us or not, 'cause we're not out to please, but we demand respect! And you know what? Our opponents tonight, The Briscoes, they got respect. Those two are a hell of tag team that have respect for this business. They've worked harder than any tag team we've seen in this business in a long time to get where they at, and they got the scars and missin' teeth to prove it. Those two know respect, and they respect us, and it's a damn shame that we have to compete against them already, 'cause we'd rather face them for the Tag Titles at Wrestlution. Instead, we're gonna have to do it against either the Motor City Machine Guns, or The Hooliganz.

Devon moves back, with Ray taking the center again.

Ray: The Motor City Machine Guns and The Hooliganz are two teams of idiots who believe that just 'cause they can do a few cool-lookin' moves, they deserve to be champions. Well those four have no respect for those that've come before them. Everyone knows the Guns are two punk jackasses that only like to have a good time, and the name "Hooliganz" describes London and Kendrick perfectly, 'cause those two are absolute idiots. So to know that one of those teams is gettin' a chance at the titles when a team that actually has respect for the business like The Briscoes is gettin' knocked outta the running in the first shot, it's stupid. So Briscoes, just know that you've got our respect, but we're still gonna do exactly what we came to NXG for, and Guns and Hooliganz, know that we're gonna beat some respect into you at Wrestlution, and get the sole reason for us bein' here: the Tag Team Titles.

With that, the two give the camera another focused frown, and we go to break.

- Commercial Break -

When we come back, we get a video, taking place in a dark room, with golden light shining on two figures - Sean O'Haire, and the cloaked Prophet. The Prophet is standing in front, as O'Haire is a few steps back.

Prophet: The path of destiny is marked with the footsteps of some of the greatest men to ever compete in this business, and now, the gates have opened to allow "The Chosen One", Sean O'Haire, to mark the trail himself, in his ascent to the top of the wrestling world.

The camera then moves in to focus on O'Haire, leaving the Prophet out of the picture. The shot of O'Haire is at an angle, so mostly the left side of his face is shown, and he is giving the same ultra-confident grin we saw him wear previously, with the camera at an angle. However, it's the Prophet that continues to speak.

Prophet: They say the journey of a thousand miles, begins with a single step. Now, the time has arrived for that first step, and you will all bear witness to it, on NeXus. The Chosen One's first match, will be your first glimpse at destiny's work.

- XXX -

We then cut to the arena, with "Bombshell" by Powerman 5000 hitting, and Team 3D comes out to heat from the crowd. They hold up the 3D signs as they look out at the crowd with snarls, and head to the ring. They taunt the fans along the way, then climb into the ring, and pose more as they wait for their opponents.

A moment later, a metal production track with a country flair plays, and the fans let out a big pop when Jay and Mark, The Briscoes walk out. They're dressed in their signature ring gear, and casually high-five the fans on their way to the ring. Once inside, they take their gear off, and offer handshakes to 3D, which are accepted with a nod. The ref then calls for the bell, starting us off for potentially ten minutes.

- NXG Tag Team Championship Qualifying Match -
- 10-Minute Time Limit -
Team 3D vs. The Briscoes

End: The four men showed great team ability in a vie for control, taking us through a break, and now, Mark Briscoe has it against Devon, chopping away at his chest. The crowd "WOOOs" with each chop, then Mark grabs Devon by the head, and pulls him to his corner. Jay tags in, and the The Briscoes double-whip Devon off the ropes. They get in a three-point stance, then ram the rebounding Devon with an impactful double shoulder block! Jay covers, but a kick-out. He lifts him up, then starts a series of forearms, driving him to the ropes. He whips him off, and Devon comes back, to jump on Jay with a Lou Thesz press! He starts hammering away with punches on Briscoe, but Jay manages to reverse their positions, and fire off a few rounds as well! Devon then reverses their positions again, but now they rolled under the ropes, and the ref makes them stand up!

The two men stand and share a look of disdain and respect as they head back to the center, but Devon backs off and tags in Ray! He enters and steps up to Jay, immediately going into a battle of rights! The heavier hitter Ray takes control, and whips Jay across the ring. Jay ducks a clothesline the first time around, but the second, Ray catches him with a Samoan drop! He gets up, holding up the 3D sign, then looks at Devon with a crazed look. He grabs Jay's legs and opens them, as Devon climbs up the top. Ray yells out "Whassup!?", but before Devon dives off, Mark charges in, and clubs at Ray, saving his brother! Ray falls forward, but Devon dives off with a clothesline for Mark! Devon gets up, amped after the move, but he turns around, into a big boot from Jay! But right afterwards, Ray comes from behind, and nails a sitout full Nelson atomic drop on Jay!

The ref's being leniant with the rules, and a clock appears to show ninety seconds remaining. Team 3D is on their feet, and look at The Briscoes, trying to figure which is legal. They half-lift Jay, and stalk him for the 3D. But Mark turns Ray around, and showing impressive strength, lifts him in a fireman's carry! But Ray battles free, and slips behind. He shoves him off, Mark stopping himself next to Jay, allowing Devon to jumping shoulder-block them both! The Briscoes get up at the same time next to the ropes, but Team 3D is there to clothesline them over the ropes! Jay manages to hang on, and springboards back inside, landing on Ray's shoulders, and snaps off a hurricanrana! He gets up, but Devon's there, to hit a Russian legsweep! Jay shakes it off, rising up, but Devon lifts him with a flapjack, and Ray completes the 3D! Ray covers, 1... 2... 3! Team 3D wins with seconds to spare!

- Winners -
Team 3D

Joey Styles: Oh, man, what a tag team match between these four men! They pulled out all the stops, and The Briscoes came very close to winning, but in the end, the 3D was hit, and put and end to the match just four seconds left on the clock!

Mick Foley: I have to say, Joey, I very much respect The Briscoes and their great talents, but I can't say I was surprised by the results of this match. Team 3D is one of if not the greatest tag teams of all time, and now, they have the chance to add the NXG Tag Team Titles to their impressive résumé at Wrestlution!

Ray and Devon celebrate their win, throwing up the 3D sign, but the Chicago crowd doesn't take too well to it, with mostly jeers being heard. Ray and Devon don't care too much, giving each other a quick man hug before holding each other's arms in victory. The Briscoes regroup on the outside, looking angry at their loss, but they take it like men, and walk up the ramp to cheers as we get one last look at Team 3D before cutting away.

- XXX -

We then cut to the interviewing area, with Leticia Cline. She's standing by with a smile.

Leticia Cline: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my guest at this time, Rey Mysterio!

True to her words, Rey Mysterio walks into picture, with the Chicago crowd roaring in the background. He's ready to compete, wearing a green mask to match Vortex's color scheme.

Leticia Cline: Rey, tonight, you have your first NXG match against Booker T, a man that'll also be involved in the same match you'll be in at Wrestlution, the 10-Man Elimination Guantlet for the World Title. Can you give us your thoughts on these matches?

Rey Mysterio: Well, Leticia, first, I want to say that I'm very proud to be a part of NXG, and I'm very proud to be given the opportunity to be the first-ever World Champion here. I heard what Christian Cage said about me and the match at Wrestlution on NeXus, and lemme tell ya, I had a good laugh at that. It's ignorance like that that makes winning so much better against guys who underestimate me. Yeah, I'm short, but I'll still kick your ass, and that's what I plan on doing in the Elimination Guantlet: kick ass, and be the last man in the ring, to become, the World Heavyweight Champion.

Rey smiles and nods for a second, at the thought of himself as the champion, then proceeds to answer the second part of Leticia's question.

Rey Mysterio: Now, as far as my match with Booker T later tonight, I'm lookin' forward to it. Booker and myself, we have a bit of history goin' back to our days in the WWE, and -

???: (In a mocking tone) "A bit of history"?

The owner of that voice is none other than Booker T, Mysterio's opponent later on. He walks into the picture, ready to go, accompanied by his smug wife Sharmell. He himself gives Rey a cocky grin.

Booker T: "A bit of history?" Man, Rey Mysterio, we had more than just a lil' bit of history in the WWE. We made big-time history, when the five-time, five-time, five-time, five-time, five-time WCW Champion, beatchu to win my sixth World Title. Don't sell yoself short, dawg.

Booker and Sharmell share a snicker at his joke, while Rey also has a less-than-pleasant smile.

Rey Mysterio: Yeah, good one, Booker; it's not like I've heard that one before. (Smile disappears) But, I guess you're right about us having more than just a bit of history together. I haven't forgotten that you were the one that beat me for the World Title, and I don't think I ever gotchu back properly for that.

Sharmell: (Gets in Mysterio's face) Well you gotcho chance tonight, Rey Rey, but I'm afraid that it's gonna be the same result as it was that night when Booker won the World Title from you.

Booker T: Yeah. And who knows, Rey? Maybe you could be a big part at givin' me number seven at Wrestlution, too.

Rey Mysterio: (Smirking confidently again) We'll see.

Booker and Sharmell then back off, as Rey and Leticia watch, and we go to break.

- Commercial Break -

When we come back, we're in a coxy office, with the heads of NXG inside, talking with big smiles on their faces. Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff sit on a black leather couch, as Mikey Alvarez sits on a chair behind a desk, feet kicked up on top, looking very relaxed.

Paul Heyman: - so I'm not sure what happened with negotiations with him. Haven't heard anything from him.

Eric Bischoff: That's a shame, he had potential. But, I think we'll be able to do without him - NeXus did incredibly well in the ratings, and that was just the beginning.

Mikey Alvarez: I guess, but I still think he would've been a great addition to the roster. Maybe we could call him or something again in a -

Alvarez is cut off by a knock on their door. He quickly takes his feet off the desk, and the door opens to reveal Ashton Kutcher. He walks in to the surprise of the three men.

Ashton Kutcher: (Offers hand to Heyman) Hey, guys. Um, can I talk to you?

Eric Bischoff: (Shakes hand with Kutcher) About what?

Ashton Kutcher: Well, NeXus was really awesome. I hadn't watched or been to a wrestling show in a long time, and NeXus was really awesome. So was meeting AJ Styles - great guy, I'd seen him wrestle before I stopped following, and thought he really was phenominal. But anyway, (Shakes hands with Alvarez) being here in Chicago with fans that are truly passionate about wrestling, and seeing the start of something great, it really brought back the fan in me.

Mikey Alvarez: Well, glad we could make a fan out of you again, Ashton.

Ashton Kutcher: Yeah, but actually, what I really wanted to talk to you guys about was maybe joining you guys in the creative department of the company. (All three look up at him with surprise) Y'know, booking matches and stuff. I mean, I used to always want to have this guy wrestle that guy when I was a kid, and I personally think that maybe, I could help out around here.

The three men continue to look up at him in shock, as Ashton looks back at them, eager for an answer.

Mikey Alvarez: ...Well, I'm not sure. That's a pretty big request, Ashton, and -

Paul Heyman: I'll tell ya what, Mr. Kutcher. Come back and see us on NeXus. The three of us'll talk it over, and we'll give you an answer then. How's that sound?

Ashton Kutcher: Really? Great, thanks, guys! I'll see you on Tuesday.

Kutcher leaves the room, while Bischoff and Alvarez look a little angrily at Heyman.

Eric Bischoff: Really, Heyman? You pretty much gave that idiot a job, without consulting with us. Did you forget our two-thirds vote system of running things in this company?

Paul Heyman: Really, Bischoff? Do you not see the benefits of having "that idiot" working for NXG? Ashton Kutcher is an A-list celebrity, and has done plenty of creative work on a variety of shows.

Bischoff takes this into consideration, while Alvarez rubs his chin.

Mikey Alvarez: Well, we'll talk it over. After the main event, though.

- XXX -

We then cut to the arena, where a rap production track starts playing, and Booker T and Sharmell walk out to heat from the Chicago audience. They look out at the fans with disdain, but then hold their heads up proudly as they head to the ring, arms linked. They enter the ring, and Booker poses atop the corner, as Sharmell claps for her man with a big grin. He comes down, and the two stand in the center, waiting for his opponent, looking ready and focused.

After a moment, another rap track starts playing, and Rey Mysterio walks out to a big pop. The commentators note the song is called "Águila Azteca", and is performed by Mysterio, "The Aztec Eagle" himself. Rey walks down the ramp, high-fiving his eager fans, then enters the ring. He too poses from the buckles, doing his pre-match ritual of crossing himself before battle. He comes down, and eyes Booker, the two sharing smirks of confidence as the ref rings the opening bell for the main event.

- Singles Match -
Booker T (w/ Sharmell) vs. Rey Mysterio

End: With a break early on, the two used their tried and tested styles, with Rey dazing and amazing Booker with his speed, and Booker using his height advantage to good use. Now, Rey wears Booker's legs with hard kicks, then tries one to the midsection. Booker catches his leg, and pulls him in for a clothesline! He then hits the ropes, to hit a leg drop across his throat! Booker then grabs Rey by the arm, pulling him up, and twists under him before nailing a hook kick! He covers, but just 2. He lifts Mysterio, and chops him repeatedly into a corner. He then throws him across the ring, but Rey's able to elevate himself over the following Booker with the ropes' aid! But Booker manages to catch him, but before he can slam him, Rey slips behind him! Booker tries a clothesline, but Rey rushes past him, off the ropes, and returns with a headscissors takedown!

Booker heads out of the ring after that, catching a breather as Sharmell talks to her man. They turn to the ring, and see Mysterio charging! Booker flinches as Sharmell shrieks, but Rey tiger-feints through the ropes! He smirks at Booker, who angrily gets back into the ring. He falls into Rey's trap, who nails a leg drop to the back of his neck! He rolls him over for a pin, but Booker kicks out. Rey picks him up, and hits the ropes, rebounding into a superkick from Booker! The two collapse, and Booker gets up first, helping Rey up as well. He throws a few rights, then throws Rey off the ropes, catching him with a spinebuster! He covers again, but another 2. He snarls, and picks him up. He hits a big knee to the gut, then hits the ropes, looking for the axe kick! But Rey moves away, and kicks in Booker's knee! He hits the ropes for momentum, but runs into Booker's arms, and a Book End!

Booker damaged the knee Rey kicked with that move, but it doesn't stop him from doing the spinaroonie! He then crawls to Rey for a pin, but he kicks out at 2! He can't believe it, and gets up, yelling at Rey to do the same. As he does, Booker hits the ropes, again trying the axe kick! But Rey moves again, and Booker hurts the knee again, allowing Rey to hit an enzuigiri! Booker stumbles across the ring before falling, draping himself across the ropes! Rey dials it up, hits the ropes, 619! No! Booker just moved away, and Rey flips through. Booker gets up, and chops Rey's chest! He backpedals, rebounds off the ropes, and ducks a hook kick from Booker, who again hurts the knee! Rey dropkicks his butt, putting him in perfect position on the ropes! The Aztec Eagle hits the ropes, and nails the 619! He then springboards for a big splash, followed by a pin, 1... 2.. 3! Mysterio wins it!

- Winner -
Rey Mysterio

Joey Styles: A great match between these two former and possibly future World Champions, and it was "The Aztec Eagle" Rey Mysterio who picked up the win here on the first episode of Vortex!

Mick Foley: A hard-earned "W" for Mysterio, but Booker could also be held responsible for his loss. A veteran of the business, he knew what he was doing when he tried those kicks with that hurt knee, and unfortunately for him, it didn't pay off, costing him the match to Rey Mysterio!

Rey celebrates his historic win as the crowd roars for him. On the outside, Sharmell is screaming madly at her man losing, as he rolls out of the ring. Rey poses atop the turnbuckles, pointing up, Chicago giving him a loud ovation. We get a shot of Booker sitting on the floor, looking angrily at Rey with Sharmell kneeling beside him, and a final shot of a grinning Rey as Vortex ends.

- Finale -

- Quick Results -
- Ace Steel df. Jimmy Yun -
- Team 3D df. The Briscoes -
- Rey Mysterio df. Booker T (w/ Sharmell) -

- XXX -

Ah, the one-hour show. This'll definitely help me out in getting to PPVs faster, as know, I've cut my Reimagined workload by a quarter. So, hope you enjoyed the debut of Vortex. I know there's a certain result that some or all of you will disagree with, but I've got plans. Yeah, plans. Anywho, my dear friends and readers, until next time,

Your Humble Booker, Mikey

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The opening promo created a little mystery which is always great, the Archangels group is interesting. I've very interested to see who they are as I"m going to try and figure out as you go on instead of looking at your roster page ir they are even on it. I think some of the comments were over the top and really the promo lasted a little too long. It kind of dragged on a bit.

I haven't seen much of Ace Steel but I get a feeling for him through your writing. I like him winning over Jimmy because he is unknown to me and Jimmy isn't somebody I like very much.

The Dudleys promo was typical, they want the titles and are better then everybody else. I like when writers allow their characters to play off the past instead of just ignoring it like they to in the WWE. I just worry about the size differential between the Dudleys and the other teams, although the Dudleys are good in the ring against constant high flyers it could be the same match over and over.

I'm a big fan of O'Haire but I don't know about this character. The whole Chosen One and Prophet, I think is too similar to the Angels group. For me the names themselves no matter what they do, would be confusing.But I"m interesed on who the Prophet is.

I;m a big fan of the Briscoes and figured Team 3D would beat them especially after their earlier promo. I think maybe it would have been better to have this match first then the Dudleys promo as the result wouldn't have been so predictable.

Rey and Booker promo, I liked because of the statment earlier about them not ignoring their pasts, especially the one they have had together. Booker is kind of an mystery to me on what is the proper way to use him, I see Rey Mysterio taking the match later.

The main event was solid but nothing to go wild about. Rey winning wasn't a surprise because of what I personally think of Booker.
I'm also glad their wasn't no kind of after match antics as it was refreshing to have a show void of that.

Overall-A solid show which I come to expect out of ya. There is a few things, I would have switched around like the Dudleys promo but each segement served its purpose. I'm a little bit worried about the similar gimmicks between the Angels and O'Haire. The set up is fine and you did a good job with usage of colors and italics making it easier to read. I'll give a solid 7 out of 10.
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Mmm, pretty nice card you’ve got here for Vortex, as shown in the opening commentary. Opening the show up with The Archangels? Would have liked maybe a little more hype, or for them to at least make their real debut on NeXus, since it’s your flagship show. I also wouldn’t mind knowing who they are, with my guess atm being Chris Hero, Big ‘Zeke, The Maximos (although I doubt it. I’m drawing a blank here) and Lacey? Not sure. The start of this promo kind of reminded me of current CM Punk mixed maybe with Age of the Fall in a religious way at the same time. Using personal experience as a way to bring the guiding light of religion is fine, although saying they’ve come to NXG to bring back the virtues of humanity is alright, although I think it’d work much better if they came in at a later date with this type of gimmick, after seeing that there were sinners in NXG, rather than debuting on the first show. Not a huge fan of the gimmick really (no one bar Jimmy Jacobs has made a crusade type gimmick work, imo), nor the generic names, although this wasn’t a bad promo in terms of introducing the new faction.

Ace Steel vs. Jimmy Yang/Yun is certainly a very good way to kick things off. A petty basic formula to the matchup to begin with, although I would have preferred to have seen Yun get more offense in before Steel came back with the old knee. Apart from that, solid match with a nice basic finish. Steel picking up the win took me off guard a little with your love for Yun, however, with Steel being in his hometown and as such, popular, it does make sense to make him prominent. Nice first match to kick things off.

Another one of those promos to introduce an act to your promotion, confirming 3D will be heels. While I like them bringing up that they’re stale and boring, them saying “fuck you” seems a little far, even if bleeped out. I would have also liked to have seen a promo to introduce The Briscoe Bros, but since you have 3D talking about how they respect them I’m assuming they’re heels. Aggressive promo from 3D here, which is I guess the way you were going for. Not sure about 3D talking about flashy moves for Londrick and The Guns since that’s pretty much all they are, but I’m not too fussed. Nice way to establish 3D as heels.

O’Haire debuting already? Would have liked a few weeks promos to hype him up personally, although at least these promos show promise for you plans with him.

Much like I said in my NeXus feedback, people like The Briscoes wouldn’t be getting big pops, because they’re new on the national/global scene. I also would have expected them to be heels after what 3D said in their promo about actually respecting them, but whatever. Maybe that’s a hint at The Briscoes turning at some point. The match again was fine, with a good use of the ten minute time limit you gave yourself to make things exciting. I’m actually a fan of this result in a way, because as long as 3D are doing the job, using an established team to establish a top one of your own promotion is the right move. Then again, if 3D go on to win gold, I really don’t think it suits the whole point of the created fed. As Eric Bischoff has said time and time again, to be successful you can’t do the same as the opposition, and giving 3D the gold would be the same as the opposition.

Decent enough stuff from Rey here. A bit bland, but that’s Rey, and I thought you did pretty well considering he’s not the most interesting guy in the world. Booker was pretty good here too, as was Sharmell, who imo, you’ve used pretty well thus far both on NeXus and here. Nice little confrontation to not only hype the main event, but give it some real meaning too. Good stuff.

I wonder who this person who the three owners are talking about is. Would like to see a lot more tension between Heyman and Bischoff, personally, although at least there was some at the end of the promo. As far as Kutcher goes, I’ll wait to see where this is headed.

Booker’s a heel? He chummed up with Goldberg on NeXus, and only Sharmell appeared partially heelish. And even though tonight he had a little confrontation from Rey, I still thought he was a face. The match started pretty nicely here, although I would have liked to have seen Booker sell the leg kicks, rather than after absorbing them just hit a kick then a leg drop himself, making them look incredibly weak. The counters from then on seemed pretty nice though, and selling the leg injuries at the end was a smart way to finish, although like I said, if one of Rey’s kicks could hurt, the ones earlier should have. Regardless, a nice main event and a pretty good way to top the show off.

As a whole, Mikey, this show was alright, without being anything spectacular. You had solid wrestling throughout and some decent promos, which made for a solid show. Nothing standing out too much, but some progression along to your first Pay-Per-View. Hopefully we see some actual storylines form before then, as we don’t have any really yet, but you still have some time to go. Solid stuff.

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I have to say that I am intrigued by the make up of The Archangels. It’s clear that you’ve spent a lot of time in creating a persona for them all, and the hype they got from the first show was strong. I’m not sure whether their debut should have waited until the next two hour show as it seemed a bit lost and not as important in the first segment here. It’s going to get lost in the mix of everything else. The promo however was well written and the darkness and menace of their characters came across well. It seemed a bit odd that the focus of their coming to NXG was based on drinking too much. Their mission was to expose everyone else’s evils sounds good and will undoubtedly lead to some very personal and heated feuds, which is only good news. It was a very good promo but it was put in a bad spot for me as I don’t think they got enough exposure as they deserved.

You’ve always liked your matches being competitive and you’ve given yourself a chance to write some crackers in this thread. The Yun/Steel one was no different, and despite not knowing Steel all that well, it was a great match to read. I don’t really think it mattered who won that much with no history behind it, as is going to be the case for a while with every match. Solid match to get things going.

I loved the intensity of the Team 3D promo, seriously hot. They’re at their best when they’re as aggressive as they are. I have no problems with the bullshit & assholes, but was there any need to use the ‘F’ word. Would your network allow that? I didn’t see the need to go there as they were hot enough without using the f’bomb. I loved the digs at The Guns, and characters who shoot are far more interesting as you just don’t know what they’re going to say next. Great promo, but the f-bomb did kind of stick out in that when it shouldn’t have considering it really wasn’t necessary.

You followed up the first promo of The Prophet well, hyping up his first match for NeXus. It was sensible to do that and make him look like more of a big deal. It looks like he’s going to be one of your pet projects, and so far the promos have hyped up very well.

Wow, close to making the time limit! Why wasn’t that hyped more? Anyway, Team 3D have been used very well on this show and look like ‘the team’ in NXG right now. I’m okay with that as they are the established pairing of the company, and with their heel personas, I think it’s the right decision. A dirty finish might have helped The Briscoes more in the long term, but they looked good in defeat I have to say.

There was some good interaction between Rey & Booker to hype their match later on as well as the all important elimination gauntlet. I hope Rey gets more chances to talk as he’s not that bad, and as you showed here, he comes across well as the underdog with confidence. Sharmell sounded good and used her well by throwing her in to the mix.

Dear lord, Ashton Kutcher again. Like Heyman said, I can see why you would want to have an A-list celebrity involved as it is great publicity for the company. It’s definitely a better idea than needlessly adding yourself in to it when you’ve got two of the best in Bischoff & Heyman in there. The promo was good in creating tension between Bischoff & Heyman, and this was far better in the direction of the balance of power as it’s all about them and not Mikey, well you. That’s how it should be if you ask me. No one in the wrestling business would be interested and tuning in to NXG for Mikey Alvarez. Sorry, but I just don’t see the point of it.

Great main event and it made up for the mind boggling decision not to have Mysterio on NeXus as he is the star of the company for me. The match was great and utilised Rey to his best, showing his fighting spirit and coming through against a bigger and tougher opponent. Enjoyed that one and please push Rey to the moon as he could be the poster boy. I’m a Punk fan, but Rey’s the man here.

Overall, I think this was a very good show and I enjoyed it far more than NeXus. You’ve created (well pushed) some big stars for the company in Rey & Team 3D tonight. The O’Haire promo hyped him even further, and aside from a couple of minor things in the positioning of The Archangels’ promo and the f-bomb, it was well booked.

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Here we go, buddy boi. A New Day's Light, eh? Interesting.

First off, this is refreshing. This archangel stable, from first impression, is beautiful and the manner in which you're writing 'em gives 'em such a flavor that it's hard to dismiss this group. Love the names as well - some Christian references there, and it gives the group a solid identity from the get-go. While I write this, I'm listening to a melancholic song with some latin chants, and as I read the promo, I'm seeing these characters. You know how I love characters like this, and it's a great aid. You've written this Michael character wonderfully, might I add. No major issues at all. This character also seems like a honest but holier than thou kind of persona, which I'm digging. However, this is nothing new. This promo, although captivating, gives me nothing I haven't seen before. It's perhaps a revelation from the man speaking, but it doesn't scream new. He also sounded too... CM Punk-ish, which detracted a little bit. However, if this is where you want your character to go, who am I to differ? Brilliant promo, but nothing to get ecstatic about. I'd liken it to a favorite meal - it's something you love and enjoy time and time again, but the taste is too familiar.

Yun, aka Jimmy Wang Yang battles Ace Steel? Odd choice of opponents, but opponents don't have to fit in order to get a good match out of one another. I'd imagine Steel would pull off the victory in his hometown, and I was right. 'Twas quite a bland match, if I will be frank. The moves seemed crisp, but I can't say as I was reading it that I was immersed in Steel's plight to win in his hometown. Nevertheless, it is a good booking decision to have him win. There's a good feeling aura about it, even if it feels a slight contrived and forced because it is his hometown.

Meh, Team 3D are past their prime, however, they're not beyond uselessness yet. Hehe, what he says is EXACTLY how I feel about 'em. Good job immersing the reader, champ. On a more serious note, it appears they're heel. I did have quite a laugh at the MCMG/Hooligan insults, and Bubba described 'em in a manner I found close to heart, meaning I agree with him. 'Twas an average promo, nothing 3D said was out of place, but nothing that was said was special either. Somewhat of a generic "Respect us because we're legends" kind of schtick.

When I first read the bolded name, I MARKED. I marked the f*** out. Looks like you're taking my "Chosen One" moniker for Sean O'Haire to use. I don't mind - in fact, I'm quite flattered. The Prophet and the Chosen One would be a GREAT pair, whomever this Prophet is. These gimmicks are making me quite giddy. The statements about destiny seemed spot on, and you're marketing O'Haire as the real deal, as he should be. Good job on the hype. I hope it's not all for naught. Such impeccable and methodical promotion should be replicated nowadays, as you don't see it very much. Nice touch, man.

I'm not too familiar with the Briscoes, but the offense in this match was solid. Back and forth, it seemed like a good TV tag team match. No real rest periods, all fast-paced action - glad to read something like this. The Briscoes gave a good effort, even with Team 3D winning. Regardless of their defeat, they came out looking like a million bucks, and I commend you on makin' this match competitive. Team 3D advances, and although it wouldn't be a mistake to put the tag belts on 'em, it does get old seeing 'em as Tag Champs. Just a small anecdote.

The man of the hour, Rey Rey! I love the fact we're seeing Rey Rey Vs. Booker T tonight for the Main Event, brings me back. As good as Rey is in the ring, on the stick he is lackluster, and it showed here. Although he was somewhat in character (could be I'm used to WWE PG, but the man from the 619 seemed too arrogant for my tastes. Usually, he's more humble), it was still an unexciting promo, and very short as well. Booker kinda saved this promo, being his arrogant self, and his ebonic speech makes him a little more entertaining. Some minor grammar issues with commas were apparent, but nothing major. You have improved, however, so kudos. Just a little more refinement. Overall, this promo was decent. Again, nothing out of the blue but nothing exciting either.

Ashton Kutcher? You gotta be kidding me. I hope he doesn't become another David Arquette. He repeated awesome twice, but it could be because he knows no other word. I don't like having this "booking and creative" side of the equation on national TV. IMO, it's what TNA is doing wrong and what WCW did wrong. Call me a traditionalist, but I prefer kayfabe with some shoot, but nothing too direct. Also, I'm surprised HEYMAN is the one in favor of getting Kutcher in with the promotion, as Bischoff was always the TV guy and LOVED celebrities. Just seems out of character. Was not a big fan of this promo, but we'll see what happens before I judge.

The first paragraph or so of this match was nonstop, but seemed kinda similar to their bouts during their 2006 Smackdown feud. I did like the story of the match however - it seemed like Booker fell into Rey's traps one too many times. If a feud springs out of this, I'd like to see Booker learn from it the next time they meet. 'Twas a worthy Main Event, full of action and some great character moments I believe, both from Booker and Rey Rey. However, there was a lack of selling I found that hurt the match (mainly the leg), and the match just seemed to go from spot A to spot B without much in between. Just a little heads up. A solid main event to close out the show, and Rey Rey winning could only mean big things for the biggest little man. From a booking standpoint, Booker has the most mileage of the two and doesn't seemed primed to give some of the other guys a run for their money like Rey Rey would, so it's all good.

A decent, if somewhat bland, show. The beginning of the show (The Archangel promo) and the end (Main Event) were the best parts, with the middle of the show suffering from generic personalities and okay matches. I'm also not a fan of the Ashton Kutcher thing, but it's whatever. It's YOUR show. What pointers I'll give you is attempt to add a little variety to all facets of your show - it seemed too formulaic and predictable. This is the first Vortex show, and should've been a little more than what it was. Here's hoping you shape it later on to become an integral and exciting piece of programming.
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The Archangels

So hopefully, after reading my first two shows, you've wondered about which wrestlers are portraying The Archangels characters I've introduced. Well, the answer's simple: no one. The Archangels are a group of fictional characters, not played by actual people. Now, I know what you're thinking: "What a stupid idea, it won't work, no one'll get into them because we don't know who they are," etc. Well, nay-sayers, I say nay to your discouragement. I'm aware that these created characters have never been a success, but I'm willing to try my hand at changing that. And, to better introduce you to the characters, I've given you an NXG.com-style background on them.

- Michael -

The leader of The Archangels. Michael Clark was a former alcoholic whose drinking exiled him from his loved ones, costing him his girlfriend, his job, and the support from his family and friends. Eventually, his vice took him to the brink of death until he saw a light, a light that gave him the vision of beginning anew, and help cleanse the world of all that is untrue. He traveled throughout to shine this light, speaking to all that would listen to his words, and over time, amassed a group of followers that he had saved from themselves, joining him on his mission. Michael, who is the namesake of the archangel, renamed all his followers in the image of the divine beings, and named their collective The Archangels. Now, after over a year of wrestling training, they have come to NeX Generation Wrestling to purge the roster of the unseen evils, exposing who they truly are to the loyal fandom.

Standing at 6 ft. 1 in. and weighing 223 lbs., Michael is an imposing man with power and speed on his side to aid him on his quest. His combat style is mostly ground-based, but can also unleash aerial offense as well. He wears his hair blond and shoulder-length, with same-color goatee. His wrestling attire consists of a pair of white trunks emblazoned with The Archangels' emblem, and his finishing maneuver is a TKO known as the "Requiem".

A good model-visual for Michael might be Chris Jericho, when he had long hair.

- Raphael -

The second-in-command of The Archangels. Tyrone Johnson grew up in a very rough neighborhood, adapting to the mentality of anger and fighting. He was involved in several fights during his life, and a little after graduating high school, he was in an altercation that left a boy in the hospital. He was sentenced to several months in prison, as well as anger management courses. Early on into his sentence, a man in white visited his prison to speak to the inmates of a light that could help reshape their lives. None listened, except Johnson, who took a great interest in this light. He followed Michael's teachings, and was released early for good behavior. He was renamed "Raphael", and joined Michael in his travels to spread their light's glow.

Standing at 6 ft. 4 in. and weighing 248 pounds, Raphael is physically the biggest and strongest of The Archangels. His anger never truly subsided, and is visible in his aggressive wrestling style, which consists of mostly power moves. Raphael is of African-American descent, and wears his black hair short, with no facial hair. His wrestling attire is a white pair of trunks with The Archangels' emblem on the back, and his finishing maneuvor is a sit-out suplex powerbomb called "Perdition".

A good model-visual for Raphael might be Monty Brown.

- Sariel & Remiel -

Brothers Carlos and Fernando DeSantos make up the tag team of The Archangels. Growing up in an LA neighborhood overrun with gangs, they eventually fell into that lifestyle as a young teenagers, with Carlos joining in the jumping of his younger brother into the gang. The DeSantos quickly excelled at becoming a thieving tandem, whether it be causing distractions at a store, or breaking into someone's house. The two were caught during a gang fight, and after a short sentence, they were sent to halfway house. There, two men in white came to speak to the inhabitants, but only the slowly-reforming DeSantos brothers listened with intruige about the light. After being released, they joined Michael and Raphael, and Carlos was renamed "Sariel", and Fernando "Remiel", to shine the saving light.

They are physically the smallest men of the group, both at 5 ft. 10 and 5 ft. 9, and 195 and 192 lbs., respectively. Paying tribute to their heritage, they wrestle the fast-paced lucha style, taking high-flying risks for their mission. Both men wear their curly black hair short, although they do keep length, and the two are the only Archangels to use tights as their attire, presenting their logo. Sariel's finishing move is a Ranhei he calls "Deliverance", while Remiel uses a snapmare driver he named "Penitence". Together, their tandem finisher is a doomsday crossbody named "Viaticum".

Good model-visuals for Sariel and Remiel might be Juventud Guerrera and Psicosis, without tattooes and shorter hair.

- Gabrielle -

The sole female member of The Archangels. Misty Alexander, during her time in high school and college, grew a reputation of being a wild party girl. She frequently attented festivities, and participated in consumption of alcohol, drugs, and throws behind closed doors. Eventually, these reckless outgoings saw her fail at college, and lose her job, leaving her with no source of education or income. After a month of living out of her car, she was desperate for a change - and she found it when she met four men in white, who showed her a light, with promises of being able to help her better herself. Invigorated with this, Alexander joined the men - Michael, Raphael, Sariel, and Remiel - and was renamed "Gabrielle", after the archangel of the male version of the name.

Standing at 5 ft. 7 in. and weighing 119 lbs., Gabrielle is a calculating competitor that makes the most of her light frame, using her speed to off-set opponents. She also posses considerable strength for a woman of her stature, as she can also use hard-hitting power moves as well. She has long caremel-colored hair, and her attire consists of a white midriff-exposing top, as well as white trunks displaying the The Archangels' symbol. Her finishing move is an Emerald Flowsion she calls the "Rapture".

A good model-visual for Gabrielle might be Lacey.

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After one week on the air, NXG has become the talk of the wrestling world, and this Tuesday, it'll bring you the second edition of NeXus, and a huge main event. One the path to Wrestlution, main events will consist of participants of the 10-Man Elimination Guantlet for the NXG World Heavyweight Championship, selected at random, or as owner Mikey Alvarez would call it, "fate". This week, fate has decided that AJ Styles and Rob Van Dam will meet for the first time ever in a match dreamt about by fans. Two of the most athletic and exciting wrestlers of all time will finally compete against one another, but who will come out the victor?

We will see the last qualifier of the NXG International Championship Tournament this week, when the dynamic Amazing Red goes one-on-one with the "Made Man" Gregory Helms. These two men are incredible athletes that have guaranteed a hard-earned victory over the other, but as if the qualifier opponent wasn't difficult to defeat enough, the winner must face Místico in the first round of the tournament. Will Red's blur into the tournament, or can the Made Man make his way into the match with Místico?

In what will be a rematch of last week's brilliant matches, the Motor City Machine Guns take on The Hooliganz to compete for the NXG Tag Team Championship. On the previous NeXus, these two teams weren't able to secure victory within the ten-minute time limit, while on Vortex, Team 3D was able to secuer their spot in the match by defeating The Briscoes with only four second to spare. Will we see a clear-cut winning tandem this week, or will we have a repeat ending to the repeat performance?

Last week, MsChif earned the first spot in the NXG Women's Championship Triple Threat Match for Wrestlution, and this week, she will learn of one of her opponents for the match, as Katie Lea, Mickie James, and Talia Madison step into the ring with one driving thought: gold. A pass of entry awaits one of these three women, but will it be the Katie, Mickie, or Talia?

This week, a man hailed as "The Chosen One" Sean O'Haire will square off against Petey Williams in a double debut. A Prophet has hailed O'Haire as a man destined for greatness in NXG, and that his trail of conquest will begin with Williams. However, Maple Leaf Muscle has said he doesn't believe the hype, and will show up O'Haire and his "destiny". Will he be able to act on his words, or will destiny prevail?

All this and more on NeXus.

- Confirmed Matches -
- NXG Tag Team Qualifying Match -
Motor City Machine Guns vs. The Hooliganz
- NXG Women's Championship Triple Threat Qualifying Match -
Katie Lea vs. Mickie James vs. Talia Madison
- NXG International Championship Tournament Qualifying Match -
Amazing Red vs. Gregory Helms
- Sean O'Haire vs. Petey Williams -
- AJ Styles vs. Rob Van Dam -

- XXX -

It's been awhile since I've posted anything here, but I'm not letting this one go. So, time to keep things moving. Show should be up in the coming days, so, hope to see you guys there. Thanks as always,

Your Humble Booker, Mikey
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