Re: Shock Presents TNA Wrestling: The Revolution
Little disappointed that there's been no feedback for my last two shows, but not too concerned. I'm gonna start making my way towards Victory Road now, which I'm making slow progress on as I've only written two matches so far. Here's the first hype video.Video #1
James Storm vs. Robert Roode
The video begins with a shot of James Storm and Robert Roode, in the ring holding up the TNA World Tag Team Championships.
Narrator: Beer Money... a team that has revolutionized professional wrestling.
Roode and Storm posing on the stage as their pyro goes off.
Narrator: A team that has won several TNA World Tag Team Championships.
Roode and Storm hitting the DUI.
Narrator: A team...
Storm raising Roode's hand in the air after their match at Slammiversary, and James looking at his beer bottle as he stands behind him.
Narrator: ... torn apart.
Storm smashing the beer bottle over Roode's head and standing over him in the ring, before cutting to Storm who is sat in the studio with a bottle of beer in his hand.
James Storm: Y'know, ever since Slammiversary, Bobby's been blamin' me for what happened. He thinks that I smashed a bottle over the back of his head for no good reason... (Smirks) ... well Bobby, ya' need to take a long, good look at yourself, boy, 'cause I don't do anythin' for no reason.
Cut to Roode.
Robert Roode: It took a while for it to sink in... being betrayed by not only my tag team partner, the guy who I've held several TNA World Tag Team Championships with... but my best friend. I didn't see it coming, even after everything that happened leading up to Slammiversary and knowing how James did the exact same thing to Chris Harris four years ago.
Storm smashing a beer bottle over the back of Harris' head four years ago.
James Storm: He was always the weak link in our team, yet I was always able to pull Beer Money through the hard times until I came to the realization that it just wasn't worth it anymore. What Bobby needs to do, is come to the realization that he's to blame. The blood's on his hands, not mine.
Shot of Roode on the mat, bleeding from the head, before cutting to Roode.
Robert Roode: Why did he do it? I don't know. James could have been a man and told me that he wanted to go out on his own, blaze his own trail in this business, and I would have respected his decision. I mean, hell, I wanna do the same thing and I will. But instead, he stabbed me in the back and now he's with Ric Flair in Fortune.
James Storm: Look at me now; I've never felt better. I'm with 'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair, and I'm with the best in this business. Wouldn't you feel great if you were workin' with Ric Flair? Well you're not, and you never will, 'cause Fortune is TNA, Fortune is this business and Fortune is the best.
Cut to a graphic of Roode and Storm, advertising their Street Fight at Victory Road.
Narrator: This Sunday at Victory Road on pay per view, James Storm and Robert Roode will settle their differences in Toledo in a Street Fight.
Cut back to Roode.
Robert Roode: I don't care anymore about money, or suits, or cars, because all I care about is making sure that July 11 is a night that James Storm will never forget for the wrong reasons. James, this Sunday at Victory Road it isn't about professional wrestling... it isn't even about fighting. It's about redemption, it's about getting even, it's about putting you through hell.
James Storm: Bobby, this Sunday I'm takin' you out. This is Fortune's company now, and we don't want guys like you in our ring, so enjoy the ride, Bobby, 'cause it's gonna be your last.
Robert Roode: At Slammiversary, I had to see my blood on my own hands. Well James, this Sunday you can bet your sorry ass there's gonna be blood on my hands, but it's not gonna be mine... it's gonna be yours.
We fade to black.