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Classic Championship Wrestling

"With the decaying of professional wrestling over the years, the retired Mick Foley decided to start his own little independent wrestling promotion. Foley Pro-Wrestling started out strong and built a quick following. It didn't take long before Foley decided to take his promotion to a higher level. With the talent coming in left and right, Foley decided to change the name of his promotion to Classic Championship Wrestling, a promotion that is and will be about true wrestling, not politics and lame angles. Yes, true wrestling is back!"

- Professional Wrestling Magazine​

Staff:
Mick Foley (Commissioner)

Face:
AJ Styles
Kenta Kobashi
La Parka (CCW TV Champion)
Masato Tanaka
Matt Hardy
Mike Awesome
Mitsuharu Misawa
Randy Orton (CCW Heavyweight Champion)
Rey Mysterio
Ron Killings
Spike Dudley
Steven Richards
Sting
Tajiri
William Regal

Heel:
Abyss
Al Snow
Batista (CCW Tag Team Champion)
Bobby Roode
Chavo Guerrero
Christopher Daniels
Cibernetico
Gene Snitsky
Kurt Angle
Nunzio
Ric Flair
Samoa Joe
Steve Corino (CCW Hardcore Champion)
Triple H (CCW Tag Team Champion)
Ultimo Dragon
 

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Classic Championship Wrestling #1

Triangle Match
Nunzio
Rey Mysterio
Chavo Guerrero​

Classic Championship Wrestling started the night out with a triangle match in progress between Nunzio, Rey Mysterio, and Chavo Guerrero. The match was dominated at first by Chavo who made Nunzio tag in Mysterio. Chavo kept Mysterio grounded until Mysterio managed to fight back and nail Chavo with a top rope Frankensteiner. Chavo eventually tagged in Nunzio who quickly applied a Fujiwara armbar on Mysterio. The fans cheered Mysterio throughout the whole match, though they gave Chavo and Nunzio a classic heel pop. At the end of the match Nunzio went for another Fujiwara armbar, but Mysterio blocked it. Mysterio then executed an amazing springboard sitdown faceslam on Nunzio. Mysterio had the crowd going wild as he took Nunzio down with a spinning leg lariat and prepared to end the match. Mysterio used the 6-1-9 before executing the West Coast Pop on Nunzio for the win.

Time: 0:09:38
Rating: *3/4


Tag Team Match
Tajiri & William Regal
Steven Richards & Mike Awesome

This match started out with Richards attacking Regal before the bell, but Regal managed to brawl Richards into the turnbuckle to eventually hit a huge superplex. This was a pretty nice start for the match but the match did somewhat die down. The crowd was quick to get behind Regal. Richards was almost put into the Regal Stretch but he blocked it. Regal tagged in Tajiri but Awesome wanted in on the action. Awesome ran in and tossed Regal out of the ring. Awesome and Richards double teamed Tajiri with a double clothesline, but Awesome left the ring right away. Father Jim Mitchell started to interfere in the match and Charles Robinson threatened to disqualify Awesome and Richards, so Awesome told Mitchell to leave the ring area. Richards eventually nailed Tajiri with a superkick and caused Tajiri to collide into Charles Robinson. Mike Chioda came to the rescue but Robinson shook off the pain and kept his position. Father Jim Mitchell interfered again when it looked like Awesome was about to try and finish off Regal. Awesome and Richards were disqualified, but all four men had a blast performing their finishers on Father Jim Mitchell. He was then banned from the CCW by Awesome and CCW Commissioner Mick Foley because he was never under contract.

Time: 0:08:23
Rating: *


Tag Team Match
Mitsuharu Misawa & Kenta Kobashi
Matt Hardy & Masato Tanaka​

This tag team match was the match of the night. The CCW Tag Team Division looks to be molding into a top division with some great teams. This match was constantly back and forth. It was interesting to see Hardy brawl with Misawa and Kobashi, but Hardy managed to hold his own throughout the whole match. Hardy eventually tried to go for the Twist of Fate but the smart Misawa blocked it. Kobashi ended up nailing Tanaka with a backdrop driver that shook the ring. He went for the pin but Tanaka kicked out. Tanaka came back with a rolling clothesline on Kobashi. Toward the end of the match Tanaka entered the ring and threw Kobashi out. Tanaka left the ring. Hardy tried to go for an inverted DDT, but Misawa blocked it. Misawa then attacked with multiple elbow smashes. Misawa followed the elbow smashes with a huge jumping clothesline on Hardy. The crowd was really behind Misawa as he hit a series of forearm smashes. Misawa stayed on the offense as he hit a rolling elbow smash on Hardy as the bell sounded. The time limit expired. The four men shook hands at the end of the match. A rematch has been scheduled for the future.

Time: 0:15:00 (Time Expired)
Rating: ***


CCW TV Title Match
La Parka (Champion)
Cibernetico

The match started out with Cibernetico chocking La Parka against the ropes. Nick Patrick had to constantly warn Cibernetico. Cibernetico tried to finish off La Parka early when he went for the CiberBomb, but La Parka countered it with a backdrop. La Parka gave Cibernetico a chop, but Cibernetico only stared him down. Cibernetico went for a kick to the midsection, but La Parka countered it with a dragon screw. In turn, Cibernetico countered it with an enzuigiri. At the end of the match La Parka whipped Cibernetico into the ropes, but Cibernetico reversed it. La Parka missed with an elbow. Cibernetico missed with an elbow. Cibernetico and La Parka then hit each other with a double clothesline. Cibernetico was the first up. He pulled La Parka to the ropes and choked La Parka. Nick Patrick warned Cibernetico to let go. Cibernetico didn’t let go and Patrick called for the bell. Cibernetico was disqualified and La Parka kept his hands on the CCW TV Title. The fans were behind La Parka all the way with a “La Parka” chant. Cibernetico seemed to want to destroy La Parka, rather than win the CCW TV Title, which might make for an interesting rematch.

Time: 0:02:37
Rating: 1/4*


No Disqualification Match
Abyss
Gene Snitsky

Not a whole lot can be said about this match other than the fact that it was a sloppy brawl fest. Abyss and Snitsky were really performing horrible with botched moves here and there. Snitsky tried to end the match with a bearhug, but the big Abyss broke free easily and managed to hit Snitsky with an ugly power bomb. It didn’t take long before Abyss tried to finish Snitsky, and he did finish him with the Black Hole Slam. Abyss got the pin and the crowd didn’t give him much of a reaction due to a poor match. Snitsky went into a rage, tossing chairs and yelling at the fans.

Time: 0:13:23
Rating: 1/4*


Triangle Match
Samoa Joe
AJ Styles
Kurt Angle​

Kurt Angle and AJ Styles locked up. Angle nailed Styles with a back elbow and then worked the crowd. Angle started to get under the crowd's skin when he hit Styles with a forearm to the back. Angle then whipped Styles into the ropes. Angle missed with an elbow and Styles hit an Asai moonsault into an inverted DDT on Kurt Angle. Styles went for the pin but got the count of only two. Styles held his arms out like a cross and the crowd started to really get behind him. Styles went for a snap suplex, but Angle blocked it and performed a belly-to-belly suplex. Angle hit Styles with another forearm smash. Angle went for a roundhouse right, but Styles blocked it and tagged Samoa Joe. He hit Angle with a powerslam and tried to get the pin but Angle kicked out at two. Samoa Joe ended up hitting Angle with a tiger driver and Brain Hebner hit the mat for a quick three count. Styles didn't make it in time and the fans gave Samoa Joe a nasty heel pop. Angle cried “foul play” to the referee but while he was looking away Styles dropkicked him out of the ring. Angle was raged and has planes of getting Styles back for humiliating him in front of all his fans.

Time: 0:01:24
Rating: **

Non-Title Tag Team Match
Evolution (Triple H & Batista)
Sting & Randy Orton​

The main event between four of the biggest superstars in Classic Championship Wrestling wasn’t much of a match. The teams kept brawling and hitting the ring, constantly distracting Earl Hebner, allowing Evolution and Ric Flair to get a lot of cheap shots in. Toward the end of the match Sting was thrown out of the ring. He was hurt against the guardrail. Batista tossed Orton out of the ring and hit him with the Demon Bomb on the concrete floor. Orton was counted out and Evolution got the cheap victory over Sting and Orton. Orton had to be carried out by CCW officials, Sting, and Matt Hardy.

Time: 0:03:19
Rating: *1/2


The Commissioner Speaks

The CCW Commissioner Mick Foley came to the ring and said next week Randy Orton will get a match against Batista and Sting will get a match against Triple H. The crowd went wild, but Foley was not done at all. Foley announced Ric Flair would have to face Mitsuharu Misawa as well. The crowd went wild as Foley left the ring and the show came to a close. Evolution responded by attacking Sting and Orton backstage; however, Kobashi and Misawa came to the rescue.

Card Rating: *1/4
 

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Classic Championship Wrestling #2​


Single Match
Al Snow
Bobby Roode


Al Snow defeated Bobby Roode by disqualification.

Time: 0:14:39
Rating: *1/2


Tag Team Match
Ron Killings & Spike Dudley
Tajiri & William Regal

Ron Killings and Spike Dudley defeated Tajiri and William Regal when Killings defeated Tajiri by count out. CCW Commissioner Mick Foley has been really trying to push Tajiri and William Regal; however, Killings is not one to go down easy. Regal has been seen backstage trying to spur Tajiri into a smarter, stiffer ring presence that will hopefully help push them into the ranks for a title shot at the CCW Tag Team Champions, Evolution, Batista and Triple H.

Time: 0:06:16.
Rating: *1/4


CCW TV Title Match
La Parka (Champion)
AJ Styles

This match ended up being the match of the night. The crowd gave both competitors standing ovations; however, La Parka’s title reign was a short lived one as AJ Styles defeated the fan favorite with the Styles Clash. Cibernetico and Kurt Angle came to ringside, Angle tossed La Parka a baseball bat, which he nailed Styles with earlier in the match. The fans went wild and popped for La Parka, but some loyal Styles fans booed him. With the attack with the baseball bat, Styles had no problem with going for the win after Cibernetico nailed La Parka with a chair. CCW Commissioner Mick Foley announced that Angle and Cibernetico will not be receiving a title shot at Styles belt for a good while. He also announced that Cibernetico will face Angle on the next card.

Time: 0:14:39
Rating: ****1/4


CCW Hardcore Title Match
Steve Corino (Champion)
Masato Tanaka
Steven Richards

A great hardcore ladder match took place between Corino and Tanaka. The reason I only mention those two is because Richards didn’t do much and ended up disappearing, or leaving ringside during the match. The match kept going back and forth between Tanaka and Corino but it eventually came down to Tanaka failing to capture hardcore gold when Corino nailed the Old School Expulsion and climbed the ladder to retain his title. The crowd hated Corino and gave him one of the nastiest heel pops at the end of the match. Corino looks to be one of the top heels for the growing promotion.

Time: 0:07:14
Rating: ***1/4


Single Match
Mitsuharu Misawa
Ric Flair

Misawa really took it to Flair, showing the fans his strong Japanese style. Flair begged Misawa off many times, using nasty heel tactics such as lows blows and eye pokes, but Misawa overcame the dirtiest player in the game when he defeated him with a running elbow smash. Batista and Triple H did not make an appearance due to Foley booking both men in matches right after Flair’s. How does Misawa play in to this feud between Sting/Orton and Evolution? Is there a possible title shot for Misawa?

Time: 0:11:03
Rating: **1/2


Single Match
Sting
Triple H

A great brawling match between Sting and Triple had the fans going nuts; however, the fans really gave it to Triple H after he defeated Sting with the Pedigree. He was so agitated by the fans that he left the building. Sting showed a great deal of pain as he finally made his way to his feet, but he took time to slap the hands of all the fans and to promise them that their champion, Rand Orton, will not lose his title to any member of Evolution. Will we ever see Sting wear the heavyweight title in the future? Sting seems to be pushing the future, Randy Orton, rather than try to stay in the spotlight he has always been in. What will Sting do if Orton manages to keep his title and Evolution is “destroyed?”

Time: 0:06:54
Rating: **1/4


Non-Title Single Match
Randy Orton
Batista

As soon as the bell sounded, Matt Hardy and Kenta Kobashi came to the ring to make sure no foul play came from Evolution. It is amazing to see such big superstars try and protect their heavyweight champion from Evolution. It didn’t take long before the pissed Triple H and Ric Flair came to ringside. Flair and Triple H managed to toss in foreign objects and pull the ropes and trip Orton; however, Hardy and Kobashi fought back and did the same to Batista a few times. The crowd laughed after Kobashi pulled down the ropes and Batista fell. The match was intense and Orton managed to hit Batista with the R.K.O and get the pin. Evolution left the ring enraged as Orton celebrated in the ring.

Time: 0:13:30
Rating: **1/2


The Challenge

Sting came back to the ring and issued a challenge to Ric Flair. The fans went wild as Foley came out and said that Sting would get his match on the next card. However, who will get the first title shot at Orton? Who will get the first shot at Evolution’s tag team titles? You’ll have to stay tuned to Classic Championship Wrestling!

Card Rating: **3/4
 

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true would be good to see fuller promos, but good matches and I'm loving the logo
 

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I am sure this btb will be a good one as soon as you start to right all your promos out in full length. Good luck I will be checking this out.
 

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Why should he have to write an entire promo out when he can summarize everything in a paragraph? You really have to get out of the mindsets that more is better. Yes, it would be nice to write a detailed show, but what point is that when you're never going to convey 100% realism and accuracy anyways?

More times than not, I can guarantee the people on here that act like full promos and "detailed" match writeups are better don't even read the entire card. They just skim the card. I've also noticed that in doing "detailed" writeups, a lot of the writers are prone to misspellings, grammatical errors, and basically not knowing how to write a realistic match.

The bottom line is if you want your promotions to last longer than a few shows, summarize the results. Otherwise, what you're doing is work and not fun at all.
 

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Teh Monster said:
I tell you what is not fun, bringing back a old thread, not fun at all.
Why not try to dispute the point made then? Most of the great writers don't even post here anymore because of the "Oh noez u didnt rite teh entyr promo out lol".

I'm trying to understand how someone can tell me that if someone can get their point across in a paragraph as opposed to an entire page of an interview, they suddenly aren't a good writer. It's something people need to learn on here, get to the point! You'll get more readers than just the usual folks who write "Hey nice card, read my card k thx" to up their post count.
 

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You're a dumbass.
 
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