Re: Crimson's Sim League
WWE- Tyson Kidd
WCW- Gregory Helms (one half of the Carolina Connection)
ECW- Shelton Benjamin (one half of the Carolina Connection)
Tyson Kidd: All my life, people have told me I was too small to be successful. Too small to make an impact. Well as a wise man once said, it's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog. And over the past few years, I've proven to everyone that I have what it takes to become one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. I'm a former WWE Tag Team Champion. I've teamed with amazing wrestlers like David Hart Smith and Justin Gabriel. But now it's time for me to climb the mountain of success by myself. Now it's time for Tyson Kidd to become the next big name in the WWE. That's why I'm challenging anyone on the roster to a match at Starrcade. Big or small, it doesn't matter who. I might win. I might lose. That doesn't matter. What really matters is that by the end of that match, everyone around the world will know who... I... am.
Magnus: Well, well, well. It looks like the WWE has finally gotten their act together and signed the "Mag Daddy" himself, Magnus. And who can blame them for giving me a contract? I'm incredibly handsome. I'm athletically gifted. I've got the brain power that would put even the most intelligent member of MENSA to shame. And the best part of it all? I'm British, so it's pretty obvious that I've got the makings of a legend. I mean, let's compare me to some of the members of this so called "roster." There's the Sandman. A beer-drinking alcoholic who swings a Singapore Cane around like a buffoon. Me? I drink only the finest British ales, and I don't need a weapon to win a match. Besides, my finishing move, The Mag Daddy Driver, is much more effective and devastating than his finisher. What is it again? Oh, that's right, it's a Russian Legsweep. Then there's Kevin Nash. When I saw him backstage, I thought I had accidentally walked into a nursing home. The man can barely walk, let alone wrestle. I, on the other hand, am young, healthy, and don't tear my quads whenever I get the mail in the morning. And finally, there's my former tag partner, the "Samoan Eating Machine," Samoa Joe. Talk about a fall from grace. He went from being one half of the TNA World Tag Team Champions with yours truly, one of the most prestigious honors a man could have these days, to basically being mid-card filler. Joe, do you realize how far you've fallen? You're out of shape, nobody cares about you, and you've got an absolutely bloody awful mohawk. I will give Joe some credit, though. His flabby excuse of a body sure made mine look exceptionally more perfect whenever we stood next to each other. So, what am I getting at? Well, let me simplify it for you daft Americans. I'm better than everyone else. Better than Sandman, better than Nash, certainly better than Joe, and certainly better than the rest of the bloody WWE roster. But, since I am a gentleman, I going to make an offer. At Starrcade, I'm going to make an open challenge. Anyone in the locker room can join me in the ring for a match to try to prove their worth. Granted, they'll lose, but I will surely enjoy seeing them come to terms with their mediocrity.
Carolina Connection: This isn't about money. This isn't about fame. This isn't about having a legacy. We already have that. This is about being the best tag team in the world. This is about beating every other team that steps in our way. This is about being the WWE Tag Team Champions. Now we both know that the champs Team Pipebomb already have a match at Starrcade with the HFHSB for the titles. But that doesn't mean we don't want the belts as soon as possible. So the Carolina Connection have two announcements. First, we're challenging the winners of that Tag Team Title bout to a match at the next PPV, Barely Legal. Second, and since we want a little warm-up before we become champions, we're laying down a challenge to the only other tag team on the block: Extreme Revolution. RVD and Sabu, we're calling you out for Starrcade. Don't get us wrong, we got a lot of respect for you guys. You've both pretty much done it all in this business. But what you guys need to understand is that your time is over. And us? We're just getting started. Greatness is in our sights. The Carolina Connection is not the future of professional wrestling. We are the RIGHT NOW of professional wrestling. We'll see you guys at Starrcade.
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