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GWF - Global Wrestling Federation

Roster
Batista (H)
Kane (H)
Ted DiBiase (H)
Matt Morgan (H)
Bobby Lashley (H)
Robert Roode (H)
James Storm (H)
Jeff Jarrett (H)
Steve Corino (H)
Max Buck (H)
Jeremy Buck (H)
Drew McIntyre (H)
Rhyno (H)
Paul Burchill (H)
Sean Morley (H)
Scott Steiner (H)
Tomko (H)
Orlando Jordan (H)
Kurt Angle (F)
Edge (F)
Big Show (F)
Kevin Nash (F)
Daniel Bryan (F)
Shelton Benjamin (F)
Charlie Haas (F)
Matt Hardy (F)
Rob Terry (F)
Eddie Edwards (F)
Davey Richards (F)
Samoa Joe (F)
Sabu (F)
Stevie Richards (F)
Shannon Moore (F)
Jesse Neal (F)
Raven (F)
Christian (F)
Paul London (F)


Teams
The American Wolves - Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards
Beer Money Inc. - Robert Roode and James Storm
The World's Greatest Tag Team - Shelton benjamin and Charlie Haas
Ink Inc. - Shannon Moore and Jesse Neal
Generation Me - Max Buck and Jeremy Buck
Matt Morgan and Bobby Lashley

Other on air Staff
General Manager - Ric Flair
Play by Play Commentator - Jim Ross
Color Commentator - Tazz
Ring Announcer - Lillian Garcia
Backstage Interviewer - Lacey Von Erich
Backstage Interviewer - Todd Grisham
Manager of Bobby Lashley and occasionally Matt Morgan - Paul Heyman
Manager of Kane - Paul Bearer

Champions
GWF Champion - Kane
Intercontinental Champion - Samoa Joe
Tag Team Champions - Beer Money Inc.
TV Champion - Daniel Bryan

Survivor Series Results - November 21 2010
1. Kane w/ Paul Bearer d. The Big Show to retain the GWF title - In what came as a surprise to most, Kane managed to retain his WIW title, with the referee distracted by Paul Bearer Kane hit Big Show on the back of the head with the world title and covered Big Show to retain.
2. Team Edge (Edge, Charlie Haas, Shelton Benjamin, Sabu and Goldust) d. Team Batista (Batista, Robert Roode, James Storm, Drew McIntyre and Scott Steiner) - In the end the match finished 2 on 1, with Benjamin and Edge left against Batista, Batista eliminated Benjamin, but not Edge, who speared him for the win.
3. Samoa Joe d. Jeff Jarrett, Matt Hardy and Paul Burchill to retain the Intercontinental title - Joe scored the pin to a greatt reaction from the crowd after a muscle buster on Burchill.
4. Matt Morgan and Bobby Lashley w/Paul Heyman d. Kurt Angle in a Handicap match - Angle foght hard and came close to a win may times, but the match often felt like 3 on 1 with Heyman constantly gettting involved, in the end, a Carbon footprint from Morgan was enough to finish Angle.
5. Daniel Bryan d. Ted DiBiase to retain the TV title - In a hard fought matchup, Danielson managed to lock DiBiase in the LeBell lock and make him submit.
6. The American Wolves d. Genertion Me - In an absolute blinder which tore the house down, featuring innovative, dangerous and never before seen moves, the Wolves managed to put away Generation me with a superkick and german suplex combo on Max Buck, afterwards, both teams received a standing ovation.
 

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Monday Night Warfare - November 22, 2010

The first Warfare after Survivor Series kicks off with a 2 minute series of still clips from last night's Survivor Series. The American Wolves and Generation Me tearing the house down with their match. DiBiase locked in the LeBell lock and tapping, Matt Morgan almost knocking Kurt Angle's head off with a Carbon Footprint. Samoa Joe retaining the Intercontinenatal title in an exciting 4 way match. Edge besting Batista in a traditional Survivor Series tag match and finally Kane and Big Show squaring off and doing battle, Kane and Show each kicking out of the other's chokeslam, Bearer interfering and Kane hitting Show with the title to steal a win. As the clips are shown, various clips of commentary from JR and Tazz plays too. We come in to JR and Tazz,, sitting comfortably, who announce the night's main event, Edge v Batista v Drew McIntyre v Big Show, the winner will go on to face Kane at Hostile Holiday for the GWF title.

The show kicks off properly with an explosion ad the music of Kane as the world champion walks to the ring with the evil Paul Bearer. Kane says how he stopped the seemingly unstoppable, and he pinned the Big Show. Kane says that there is nobody capable of beating him after last night, nobody in the company is good enough. Kane run's through the members of the 4 way later in the evening and says none of them could possibly beat him. Soon enough Kane is interrupted by The Big Show, who get's a huge pop. Big Show walks down to the ring, slapping some fans hands, but still looking fairly angry. Big Show doesn't waste much time talking, just promising he will win the 4 way tonight and win the world title at Hostile Holiday. Big Show then finishes things off with a devastating KO right hand to Kane. Big Show walks away as Bearer checks on the unconscious Kane, but as Big Show is about to leave the ring he stops, turns around and smiles at Bearer. Bearer begs for mercy, knowing what is coming, but he doesn't get it, Big Show takes Bearer up in the air for a chokeslam, as the crowd roars approval. Show smiles over Kane and Bearer and exits the ring laughing as we go backstage.

As we head backstage Kurt Angle is seen arguing with GM Ric Flair. Angle says he suffered a minor innjury after Morgan's Carbon Footprint last night, and although it's minor, he is in no state to wrestle tonight, so he wonders why Flair has put him in a match with Bobby Lashley. Flair ignores Angle's case, saying in his day if you had an injury you taped it up and shut up. Things got more heated as Angle insisted he was in no state to wrestle, but Flair said if he put's someone in a match then there is no excuse, they wrestle. Angle stormed out of the room leaving Flair shaking his head in disgust.

As we head to commerical, we are told the Survivor Series rematch is coming up as Generation Me face the American Wolves!

~Commercial Break~

As we return, Generation Me are in the ring. They are followed out by The American Wolves, and the match is underway! The 2 teams waste no time and start fast. It's from one team to another, move after move, counter after counter, as the teams go at a a great pace. It doesn't even take 5 minutes before a "This is Awesome!" Chant starts up, as Davey Richards hits a Shooting star press from the top turnbuckle to the 3 others who are atanding on the outside. Generation Me take control for a while, but the Wolves get fired off and come back with some stiff kicks and punches. As the match comes to a close, Generation Me send Davey Richards flying to the outside, and hit a double superkick on Richards. They then hit a moonsault, 450 splash on him to pin him and win, as the fans give an ovation to both teams.

Backstage Todd Grisham is standing by with Edge. Grisham asks Edge about his teams victory over Batista's team at Survivor Series, and Edge says that it was a team effort, but in the end he pinned The Animal clean in the middle of the ring, Edg says that his next goal is to win the world title, and he will do that when he wins the main event tonight to become number one contender. Not long into the interview, Edge is attacked by Batista, the furious animal comes running at Edge with a clothesline, and procceds to stamp on the head of Edge until he is finally pulled away by officials.

The first promo video plays for Hostile Holiday. The video has a dark theme to it, as we see a dark room, with a big fernus in the coner. We see a massive figure step forwward to the fernus with a branding iron, and the camera pans out to reveal Kane, who sticks the iron into the fire, then turns and walks in the other direction, shoving the iron into the camera lens, this leaves a red mark on the screen which reads "Hostile Holiday, December 19, 2010."

~Commercial Break~

As we come back Kurt Angle is backstage, now in ring gear, sitting on a table in the medics room, talking with a doctor. The doctor says he stands by what he originally said, Angle would be crazy to go anywhere near a ring, as he could risk aggravating his injury and seriously hurting himself. Angle says his hands are tied, Flair won't listen to anyone, the doctor tells Angle he'll have to find a way out of the match.

In th next contest of the evening, Daniel Bryan defends the TV title against Paul Burchill. Burchill makes a quick, no nonsense entrance. Followed by Bryan, who plays to the crowd for a good pop. The match is fairly standard stuff for the most part, and never really get's very exciting. Near the end, after a series of impressive counters Bryan seems ready to apply the LeBell lock. Bryan get's distracted by ted DiBiase, who runs down to ringside and onto the side of the ring. Danielson tries to punch DiBiase but he ducks, jumping off the side of the ring, DiBiase then grabs Bran's foot, but Bryan kicks him in the face, knocking him down. Burchill manages to grab Bryan for a roll up, holding his trunks as the referee counts to 3, and Burchill surprises everyone with a win, becoming the new TV champion.

Inside the ring, Daniel Bryan is furious, he first argues with the ref, nbut then turns his attention to DiBiase, who is outside the ring smiling. Bran quickly rolls out of the ring and a fist fight breaks out between him and DiBiase. Bryan takes down the fortunate son and levels him with punch after punch until 2 referee's manage to restrain him.

~Commercial Break~

As we come back we take a look back at what happened before the commercial break, as Burchill won the TV title thanks to interference from Ted DiBiase. We are also reminded of the night's main event, aswell as Bobby Lashley versus the hurt Kurt Angle.

Backstage and Batista is pacing down a hallway, looking intense as ever. Todd Grisham approaches with a microphone in hand and looks to get a word with Batista, wondering why he attacked Edge. Batista refuses, but Grisham persists in asking for an interview, causing Batista to snap, shoving Grisham to the ground and threatening to knock him out, Grisham quickly backs away.

We then go to another backstage area, where Paul Heyman and Bobby lashley are standing. Heyman says that Lashley and Morgan proved they are both better than Kurt Angle when they beat him at Survvior Series, but Bobby hasn't been very happy since, as he didn't score the pin, so tonight he is going to dominate and destroy Kurt Angle, and no matter how hard Angle tries, there is no getting out of the match now.

in the next match of the night, it's Scott Steiner versus the Intercontinental champion Samoa Joe. Steiner uses his power to beat Joe with some hard right punches and slams. In the middle of the match the show goes to a break.

~Commercial Break~

As Warfare returns, Joe comes back with some stiff martial art kicks. In the end, Joe manages to ground Steiner and apply the Clutch, and Steiner taps a few seconds later.

As Joe holds his title high, things are quickly interrupted by the catchy theme song of Jeff Jarrett. Jarrett walks out in casual clothing carrying a microphone, sarcastically clapping for Joe's win. Jarrett enters the ring and reminds Joe he was originally supposed to defend his title against Jarrett in a singles match at Survivor Series, but that changed to a 4 way. Jarett reminds Joe he wasn't pinned in that match, and says that if it was a single's match he would have beaten Joe and became Intercontinental champion. Jarrett then challenges Joe to a match for the title at Hostile Holdiay. Joe takes the mic, ready to lay into Jarrett, but doesn't bother, instead he simply accpets the challenge for the match. Fans wait and wait for one man to strike the other, but the 2 just stare at each other, and Jarrett backs out of the ring, grinning at Joe, who again holds his title high.

Backstage and Daniel Bryan is interviewed by Lacey Von Erich. Bryan seems very annoyed about what happened earlier, and promises not only to regain his tv title from Paul Burchill, but also to beat the hell out of DiBiase for costing him it.

It's time for Bobby Lashley versus Kurt Angle. Backstage, we see Angle and Lahley walking down the backstage area. As Lashley enters with Paul Heyman by his side, followed by Angle, holding his hurt neck. JR questions Ric Flair's decision to make the match. Things get underway, and the 2 do some amateur mat wrestling, switching waistlocks and headlocks. The 2 eventuallly stop and stare for a second in the middle of the ring, and Angle kicks Lashley right between the legs! Lashley goes down and the ref immediately calls for the bell.

Angle walks up the ramp shaking his head, annoyed at ever having been put in the match. Angle is soon met by Ric Flair, who shouts furiously at him and calls him a coward, saying to go back in the ring and fight Lashley like a man, Angle nails Flair with a right hand, knocking him to the ground! Angle shouts some abuse back at the downwed Flair, only to turn around get nailed with a Carbon Footprint by Matt Morgan! The fans boo Morgan, who seemingly came out of nowhere, as he helps Flair up and stands over Angle, who he injured the night before.

Backstage Drew McIntyre is interviewed by Lacey Von Erich. McIntyre keeps things short and sweet, saying it's time he proved that he isn't the future of wrestling, but the present, and in one month's time he will be the world champion.

The main event is again advertised.

~Commercial Break~

As we come back, we get a Wrestlemania recall, as we go all the way back to 1994, to see Bret Hart versus Yokozuna in the main event, with Bret managing to doge Yoko and roll him up to win the WWF title once again, and allow the celebrations to begin.

As we come back it's time for the main event, Big Show versus Drew McIntyre versus Batista versus Edge. Each man makes his entrance and the match is soon underway. As soon as the match begins Edge and Batista go right after one another and brawl to the outside. Many time throuhout the match each man seems to have it won, before their pin is broken up. Each man hits his finisher, but still no one can seem to score the win. It looks as if Edge has the match won after a spear on McIntyre, but Batista nails him with a chair. Not long after, The Big Show hits the Sinister Scotsman Drew McInytre with a devastating KO punch, pins him, and becomes the number 1 contender once again.

Big Show celebrates his victory as Kane and Paul Bearer walk out on the top of the ramp, Kane gives a cut throat signal to Big Show, who raises his sledgehammer like right hand in the air in retaliation, the 2 monsters stare down as the show comes to a close.

END OF SHOW


Current Card for GWF Hostile Holiday
19 December 2010
The Cow Palace, Daly City, California

WIW Title Match
"The Devil's Favourite Demon" Kane (c) vs. The Big Show

Intercontinental Title Match
"The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe (c) vs. "The King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett

Grudge Match
"The Animal" Batista vs. "The Rated R Superstar" Edge
 

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Monday Night Warfare - November 29, 2010


The show kicks off with the unmistakable music of the Big Show and the unmistakable pop to go with it. Show plays to the crowd, high fiving front row fans and eventually entering the ring. Show starts by reminding everyone he is going to Hostile Holiday with a shot the the WIW title. Big Show says he was robbed at Survivor Series because of Kane cheating, but he won't waste everyone's time complaining, he's going to take the bad feelings and let them stir, and then take out all his aggressionon Kane at Hostile Holiday. Big Show not surprisingly get's interrupted by world champion Kane and the father of evil Paul Bearer. Big Show and Kane extend the usual threats, and Kane says Big Show is undeserving, and he's already failed to win the world title once. Big Show makes an offer to Kane, he says he knows Kane is hungry for blood and brutality, and Big Show doesn't want anything excuse for losing if he does lose, so Big Show says they should add a stipulation to the match. Kane doesn't like the offer at first, but Big Show says he will allow Kane to pick the stipulation. Kane says Big Show is right, he is hungry for blood, more specifically the Big Show's, the world title match at hostile Holiday, will be a FIRST BLOOD MATCH! Big Show waste's no time, and swings his fist, looking for a KO punch, but Kane dodges, and nails Big Show with the world title! Kane starts laying punch after punch into the head of the Big Show until the Big Show is busted wide open. Kane and Bearer stand over the bleeding Big Show, and laugh sadistically.

JR and Tazz run down the Hostile Holiday card so far, Samoa Joe versus Jeff Jarrett for the Intercontinental title, Kane versus Big Show in a first blood match for the WIW title, and announced after last week's show, Batista versus Edge, one on one in a grudge match. They then say Beer Money will defend their tag team titles against the number one contenders, who will be decided tonight, and dvertise tonight's double main event, Batista versus Samoa Joe, and Big Show versus Matt Morgan!

In the first match of the night, it's the Dominator, Bobby Lashley, who is accompanied by Paul Heyman against Raven. The match seems more like a squash than anything, as Lashley hurls Raven around the ring, nothing Raven does can stop Lashley, and Lashley finally put's Raven away with a bone crunching spear. As Lashley leaves the ring, Heyman seems surprised, and wonders if that's all Lashley is going to do, Lashley agrees, goes back, takes up Raven and hits a big dominator.

We take a look back at last week, when Kurt Angle argued with Ric Flair over being put in a match with Bobby Lashley, but was still forced to wrestle in it. We see how Angle ot himself disqualified seconds in, decked Ric Flair with a punch and was again attacked by Matt Morgan, we are told this aggravated Angle's minor injury and he can not wrestle tonight.

Next up it's a triple threat tag team match, with the winners getting a shot at the tag titles at Hostile Holiday, as Generation Me, The World's Gretest Tag Team and the American Wolves collide. The match, as expected, is very impressive. The American Wolves, who are becoming more and more popular and over by match, start with Generation Me, following on from 2 recent crackers between the 2 young teams. The match stays at a fast pace for most of the match, and unfortunately goes to a commercial break in the middle. The break ends just in time to see both Davey Richards and Max Buck fly over the ropes onto the other competitiors. Nearing the end, all teams come close to winning, but Charlie Haas pulls off a great counter, turning a pin attempt from Davey Richards into a Haas of Pain, and causing the submission, to get the WGTT a shot at the titles.

We once again see the video promo for Hostile Holiday, featuring Kane, which ends with the WIW champion burning Hostile Holiday and the date of the event into the camera lens.

We go backstage and Todd Grisham is with GM Ric Flair in his office. Grisham brings up Kurt Angle as we see footage of Angle punching Flair to the ground last week. Flair says Angle has lost his mind, and he has been seriously considering firing Angle, Flair says Angle was expected to wrestle last week but he took the cheap way out of it, and then punched Flair, his boss. Flair says Angle won't be here tonight, but he will be wrestling at Hostile Holiday, in what can only be described as a punsihment, as he faces the 7 foot tall Matt Morgan. Flair says that Angle chickened out of his match with Bobby Lashley, so chances are he will do the same in his match with Matt Morgan. So Flair is going to give him a reason to want to win the match, if Angle doesn't beat Morgan at Hostile Holiday, he will not gain entry to the royal rumble match! Flair says he's also given Morgan some motivation to win, as if Morgan wins, Flair will give him the coveted number 30 spot for the rumble. Grisham seems surprised at this as the fans can be heard boo'ing, but Flair just grins and tells Grisham to get lost.

In the next match of the evening, it's Daniel Bryan getting his rematch for the TV title against Paul Burchill. The 2 engage in some European style mat wrestling, but the match soon picks up the pace. Burchill uses some brutal moves on Bryan, but Bryan continues to kick out of pins and fight back, eventually diving through the ropes to the outside on Burchill. Both men stay on the outside as the ref makes his count, but Burchill manages to get in on 4. Burchill holds his knee in pain and the referee checks on it for a second, then, though the crowd Ted DiBiase jumps over the barricade! As Bryan is climbing back into the ring, DiBiase pulls him right into the guardrail and jumps back into the crowd. The ref didn't see a thing as he continues his count all the way to 10. Winner by countout, and still TV champion, Paul Burchill. The camera goes to DiBiase, who is high up in the crowd laughing, as Bryan holds the back of his neck in pain and Burchill holds his title high.

We are reminded of our big main event, Big Show versus Matt Morgan!

Backstage Samoa Joe is interviewed by lacey Von Erich. As usual, Joe keeps things short and simple, a bit like himself, as he says Jarrett failed t Survivor Series, and he'll fail at Hostile Holiday to win the Intercontinental title. Joe calls Batista a "punk" and promises to make him tap out right in the middle of the ring later in the night.

It's time for a Wrestlemania recall, as we see the iconic meeting of The Rock versus Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania X8. We see the stare down, the amazing reaction from the crowd, Rock finally pinning Hogan and the 2 embracing afterwards. JR and Tazz talk about how excited they are for Wrestlemania afterwards.

Next up Beer Money Inc. defend their Tag team titles against the pairing of Shannon Moore and Jesse Neal, Ink Inc. The match is fairly standard stuff, Shannon Moore enages in some very exciting stuff with Robert Roode, but apart from that the 2 teams never seem to get going, and th crowd stays quiet. James Storm steals a win for his team as he rolls up Jesse Neal, holding his tights high for leverage. Afterwards, Neal seems unhappy with Shannon for not breaking up the pin.

As we come back for a commercial break we go backstage where Batista is interviewed by Lacey Von Erich. Lacey asks big Dave about his upcoming match with Edge at Hostile Holiday. Batista warns any of Edge's fans, or parents with young kid's that will be watching not to order the PPV, as the beating he will give Edge will be the culmination of almost 2 months of aggression and anger, and that nothing will stop him decimating the Rated R Superstar.

In the next match of the night, The Animal Batista takes on the Intercontinetal champion Samoa Joe. The match is super over with the crowd, who are firmly behind Joe, cheering all his stiff shots and boo'ing Batista's cheating and showing off. Batista hits Joe with a spear and follows up this big move by doing multiple push ups and flexing his biceps, getting big heat. Not too long after Batista signals on putting away Joe, but he immediately get's distarcted as "Metalingus" Edge's catchy theme blasts over the PA. Batista stares down the ramp daring Edge to come out, and... nothing. Batista waits and waists to no avail. Batista seems to have totally forgotten about his opponent Samoa Joe and Joe capitalises, getting to his feet, taking down Batista and applying the Clutch! Batista lasts for a few seconds, fighting hard, but he has no chance of escape as Joe clamps it on tight, Batista taps out! Batista taps out! The Intercontinental champion has done it. Joe doesn't seem as overjoyed as the fans as he raises his title high in the air and scowls at Batista. Up at the top of the ramp Jeff Jarrett stands golf clapping Joe, Joe seems angry at this, and exits the ring, meanwhile, inside the ring, things get even worse for Batista. As he stumbles to his feet, Edge storms the ring, and nails a Spear! Edge stands over Batista with his hands raised as the fans chear Batista's despair.

A promo plays for the upcoming Royal Rumble, as we are reminded there will be 29 losers, and just 1 winner.





The camera's bring us to a locker room backstage, where Paul Heyman, Bobby Lashley and Matt Morgan are talking. Heyman get's Morgan fired up, saying he has to do what Lashley did to Raven and more, and tells him victory is the only acceptable outcome in his match with Big Show.

Backstage Drew McIntyre is with Todd Grisham, McIntyre says he's been overlooked as a main eventer, he played only a minor role in Survivor Series and he hasn't even had a match tonight, McIntyre says if he won't be given a match he will take one, and next week he will be making an open challenge to anyone on the roster who wants to take him on.

JR and Tazz run down the Hostile Holiday card, going over the 5 announced matches, and briefly giving some background info on the matches and their thoughts on some.

It's main event time. Matt Morgan enters first, accompanied by the psychotic Paul Heyman. This is followed by The Big Show, who looks a hell of a lot angrier than he did earlier, and has a big plaster over the cut Kane gave him earlier, aswell as some blood on his chest and neck. The match is a tough one, Morgan starts strong, showing real aggression and attacking Big Show with punch after punch, knocking him into the turnbuckle. Big Show comes back with some big moves, and rally's the crowd firmly behind him. Big Show attempts a chokeslam twice, but both times it's too early, Morgan surprises everyone, hitting Big Show with his very own chokeslam, showing impressive strength, but he can still only manage a 2 count. Morgan continues to fight hardm and dominate Show, perhaps because of Big Show getting hurt bad earlier in the night. Morgan get's Big Show down with a boot to the face, and then signals for the Carbon Footprint, with Heyman shouting his approval at ringside. Then, the crowd looks on in shock, as Kurt Angle appears! Angle runs into the ring for a split second, stunning Morgan, and then quickly jumps out of the ring again. Morgan shouts threats at Angle who grins, as Morgan turns around, and runs into a KO punch from the Big Show! Show pins, and ofcourse get's the 1..2..3! Big Show raises his arms to celebrate a very hard fought win.

Outside the ring Angle smiles at the outcome as Heyman looks on in shock, with Morgan laying in the ring totally unconscious. Kane and Paul Bearer then appear, walking down the ramp, and Kane looks set to enter the ring and go at it with Big Show again, but changes his mind when Big Show seems ready to go, and dare's him to enter, Kane smiles sadisically at Big Show as he looks at the blood on his fingers from busting Show open earlier in the night, the show ends with that.

END OF SHOW


Current Card for WIW Hostile Holiday
19 December 2010
The Cow Palace, Daly City, California

WIW Title Match
"The Devil's Favourite Demon" Kane (c) vs. The Big Show

Intercontinental Title Match
"The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe (c) vs. "The King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett

Grudge Match
"The Animal" Batista vs. "The Rated R Superstar" Edge

Singles Match
If Matt Morgan wins, he will enter no. 30 in the Royal Rumble match and Kurt Angle will be banned from the Royal Rumble match

Matt Morgan vs. Kurt Angle

Tag Team Title Match
Beer Money Inc. (c) vs. The World's Greatest Tag Team


 

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Monday Night Warfare - December 6 2010

Internet Exclusive Dark Match - Rob Terry d. Steve Corino

The show kicks off with a recap of last week, as we see Kane busting Big Show open at the start of the show as their first blood match was announced. We also see the announcement of Matt Morgan versus Kurt Angle at Hostile Holiday, and we see how Kurt Angle interfered in the main event to cause Morgan to lose to Big Show.

JR and Tazz welcome us to the show, and run through the show. Advertised is Edge versus Jeff Jarrett, Kane versus Sabu in a first blood match and Shelton Benjamin versus Robert Roode, and Matt Morgan versus an opponent chosen by Kurt Angle.

The show kicks off with Kurt Angle, who comes out in a suit with a concentrated look on his face and a microphone in hand, to a great pop. Angle says he still isn't cleared to wrestling, and he is still in pain after the damage Matt Morgan did with the Carbon Footprint. Angle says he is going to pick Morgan's opponent for tonight, as the board feel it will make an interesting match and help Angle scout Morgan for their upcoming match. Angle then started to talk about Ric Flair, he says he isn't sorry for what he did, and it's Ric Flair that should be sorry. Angle says Flair doesn't want him to be in the Rumble, which mean's he doesn't want him to main event Wrestlemania. Angle said he only has 2 goals left, main eventing Wrestlemania and becoming world champion. Angle then announces that he has made a decision regarding his career, and he promises he will not go back on it, it's final. If Angle isn't the world champion by Wrestlemania 27 he will retire from pro wrestling forever. Fans boo this, but Angle says it is final. Angle is interrupted by Matt Morgan who is accompanied by Paul Heyman. Morgan doesn't give Heyman a chance to talk as he snaps the mic off him. Morgan says it's time Angle retired, because he's past it, and he won't make it to Wrestlemania after the beating he takes at Hostile Holiday. Morgan then asks who Angle has chosen as his opponent. Angle says it's someone who can match Morgan in height and power, and surpass him in experience, Angle introduces his friend, and Morgan's opponent, Kevin Nash. Nash enters in ring gear seeming to be happy to be back and high fiving fans. The match get's underway as Angle and Heyman go to ringside.

Morgan and Nash start slow, in fact, it stays slow for most of the match, which is mostly a brawl with some power moves, Heyman tries to get involved a few times but Angle scares him off. Eventually Morgan dodges a clothesline in the corner and hits a Carbon Footprint on Nash, and pins him to pick up a big victory.

After the match Angle applauds Morgan, and genuinely seems to be impressed by him, as Heyman shouts threats at Angle from inside the ring.

Our announce team talk about how Kane will face Big Show in a first blood match at Hostile Holiday, and then talk about the brutality of such a match, and remind us how Kane will face Sabu in a first blood match in the main event tonight, in what will surely be a brutal match.

Backstage Edge is interviewed by Todd Grisham. Edge says last week he cost Batista his match ith Samoa Joe, and he can see Batitsa getting angrier and angrier every week, Edge reminds us an angry wrestler is a complacent one, and all he will need at Hostile Holiday is one opportunity, one mistake from Batista, to capitalise and win the match. Edge then mocked his opponent for the night Jeff Jarrett, making fun of his stupid catchphrases and past ring gear.

Drew McIntyre comes to the ring as the announce team reminds us how McIntyre announced he would be making an open challenge this week. McIntyre invites anyone in the back to come out and face him, and out comes Matt Hardy. Drew seems furious, and argues with Hardy, saying he's sick and tired of him, and shouldn't have to ever wrestle him again, Hardy hints at McIntyre being scared, and Drew responds with a kick to the gut, and the 2 are quickly brawling outside the ring, the match never even begins as the 2 fight outside, and Drew resorts to poke in the eyes followed by Future Shock DDT on the outside, ending the brawl that seemingly came out of nowhere between the 2 rivals.

A Wrestlemania recall plays, this time from WrestleMania XIX, in Safeco Field, as 2 legends, The Rock and Stone Cold took on each other for the third time at Wrestlemania, it was a hell of a match, but in the end, it took 3 Rock Bottoms from The Rock to finally beat Austin at Wrestlemania in what would be Austin's last ever match, we end with the words, "Wrestlemania, where legends are made."

We look back at last week, when The World's Greatest Tag Team became the number one contenders for Beer Money Inc.'s tag titles.

After that, it's Shelton Benjamin versus Robert Roode. The 2 impress with some excellent chain wrestling, as the fans cheer both men, even boo'ing Shelton, the match is fairly short, but in the end Benjamin hit's a Paydirt to pin Roode and gain some big momentum for the WGTT heading into Hostile Holiday.

In Ric Flair's office, he is talking with Ted DiBiase, both are talking about Ted's father when he brings up the TV title, DiBiase requests a shot at it off Flair who agrees, Flair says however, that Daniel Bryan deserves a shot too, so it will be a triple threat at Hostile Holiday for the TV title, Paul Burchill versus Ted DiBiase versus Daniel Bryan. DiBiase then, having got what he wants, tells Flair he just remembered he is supposed to be somerhwere else, and leaves.

A promo plays for the upcoming Royal Rumble, as we are reminded there will be 29 losers, and just 1 winner.



Next up it's Paul Heyman's Bobby Lashley versus Goldust, the fans are storngly behind Goldust, even though he never really has a chance, Goldust get's in some offence, but Lashley is just too much, as he puts the bizarre one away aftter a Spear followed by a Dominator for the win.

The promo featuring Kane plays to advertise Hostile Holiday, and the commentators then go over the current card, which features 6 matches so far.

Samoa Joe is interviewed by lacey Von Erich. He says that Jeff Jarrett has had 2 opportunities to take him out and he hasn't taked them, Joe says he doesn't know what stupid game Jarrett is trying to play, but it's pointless. Joe is interrupted by Jarrett. Jarrett asks why Joe thinks it's a game, Jarrett said if he wanted to take Joe out, he would have, but he doesn't he want's Joe to be 100 percent for Hostile Holiday, and he wants to win the title fair and square, no games and no cheating, Jarrett offers to shake Joe's hand, but Joe refuses and walks away, Jarrett staysb grinning, as if he knows something Joe doesn't.

Up next it's the American Wolves versus Generation me in their rubber match. The 2 teams once again put on a MOTN performance. The teams all pull off their signature's and finishers, aswell as some very dangerous and unique double team moves. Generation Me seem to have won the match as Max Buck rolls Eddie Edwards up and holds the tights but he manages to kick out. The teams go back and forth until the Wolves hit a German suplex - superkick combo on Jeremy Buck to pin him and win in a hard fought match.

Backstage Sabu is talking up his wrists in a locker room, when Big Show comes in. Show wishes Sabu look in his first blood match with Kane, and kindly requests Sabu leave a big cut on Kane's head tonight, Sabu nods and Big Show tells him he knows he will win.

We see a recap from last week, when Kane busted Big Show open with the world title belt and Big Show went on to beat Matt Morgan in the main event.

Next up Edge takes on Jeff Jarrett. The 2 put on a smooth match, with some nice reversals and moves, the match goes back and forth as the 2 start to pull off signature's and get near fall's. Edge eventually hit's an Impaler DDT and prepares for a Spear, but just as he is running to hit it, Batista runs in and spear's him. The ref immediately calls for the bell as Batista finishes Edge with a big Batista bomb, and then stands over The Rated R Superstar's lifeless body.

Backstage Paul Heyman, Bobby Lashley and Matt Morgan are in a locker room, not looking at all tired from their matches, Heyman bigs them up, saying they are the future, no, present of wrestling, and nothing or nobody can stop them.

Backstage Todd Grisham is with GM Ric Flair. Grisham asks Flair what he thinks about Angle's comments tonight. Flair said that Kurt Angle said he won't apologise for what he did, but he won't have a choice, Flair says if Angle apologises to himnext week the 2 will be even, and they can act like the whole thing between them never happened. Flair says that in fact, he isn't asking Angle to apologise, he's telling him he has to, Flair says that next week on Warfare Kurt Angle will give a heartfelt apology to him right in the middle of the ring, because if he doesn't, the last weeks of his career will be misery.

In the main event, it's a first blood match as Kane faces Sabu. Sabu proves once again how dangerous he is as he hits some big aerial moves, and quickly brings a steel chair into the match, pulling off moves like Air Sabu and throwing the chair at Kane. Kane comes back though, diving a springboard from Sabu as he hits the guardrail with a sickening thud. Sabu never really get's back into it after this, as Kane punishes him with the steel chair and a chokeslam. Sabu seems to be coming back though, as he springboards off the top rope into the ring, but Kane hits him across the head with a huge chairshot, and Sabu is pooring blood almost immediately! Kane doesn't finish there though, as he takes Sabu up and hits another chokeslam. Paul Bearer cheers Kane on as he takes Sabu up on his shoulders setting up for a Tombstone piledriver on the chair, but on the last second Big Show get's into the ring with a steel pipe!

Kane drops Sabu and runs at Show but Big Show hits Kane right in the gut with the pipe! KANE IS COUGHING UP BLOOD! Blood is pooring from the mouth of the GWF champion as he rolls out of the ring to Bearer, who is shouting curses at Big Show. Inside the ring, Show helps Sabu up and quickly goes to ringside to grab the world title and hold it high in the air, as Warfare ends with Kane, who's mouth is covered in blood, looking at Big Show holding the GWF title.

END OF SHOW

Current Card for WIW Hostile Holiday
19 December 2010
The Cow Palace, Daly City, California

WIW Title Match
"The Devil's Favourite Demon" Kane (c) vs. The Big Show

Intercontinental Title Match
"The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe (c) vs. "The King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett

Grudge Match
"The Animal" Batista vs. "The Rated R Superstar" Edge

Singles Match
If Matt Morgan wins, he will enter no. 30 in the Royal Rumble match and Kurt Angle will be banned from the Royal Rumble match

Matt Morgan vs. Kurt Angle

Tag Team Title Match
Beer Money Inc. (c) vs. The World's Greatest Tag Team

TV Title Match
Paul Burchill (c) vs Ted DiBiase vs Daniel Bryan


 

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KOB's December 6 edition of GWF Monday Night Warfare review.

Right off the bat, i'm happy Terry went over Corino here. I'm expecting a slow, but interesting and successful push for Big Rob. ;)

Good idea to have a recap, as a lot happened last week and obviously if people haven't read then they kind of know whats occuring. Good job.

I'm writing this review as I go along, and the matches look great. Edge vs Jarrett not so much, but Kane and Sabu looks a good match even though it is painfully obvious who is going to win. A dream match of sorts with Roode (the most talented guy on your roster) vs Benjamin (another very talented guy), if only you wrote in full I would literally love to see that match! Finally, Morgan vs an opponent of Angle's choosing is nice. Woulda' been cool if Angle were to face an opponent of Morgan's choice as well, or has that already been done? I don't know I haven't read the past shows.

Angle coming out, good decision; get the crowd pumped up. A little error on the second line - "he still isn't cleared to wrestle, not wrestling, but no biggie. Urghh, a retirement angle? Seriously, tbh it needs to be a little more original than what Angle did in real life. Its not exactly the same thing, but it's close enough, I don't like that. Morgan immediately snatching the mic off of Heyman... dissention in the ranks? or just showing Morgan's arrogance, meh either way it was a nice touch and gets people thinking. Urghh, Kevin Nash. I'm a huge Nash mark, but Nash vs Morgan would be a snoozefest, to say the least. I would have picked someone who could counteract Morgans power, with a fast agile wrestler such as Eddie Edwards, or Bryan or someone, but whatever.

Meh, can't say much on the match. Thats basically what would happen in real life.

Angle showing character applauding Morgan, Heyman shouting threats? Woulda' been funny to hear what threats he was shouting just so we can imagine it a bit more.

Nice mind games. Edge is the master of mind games, and the games he's playing with Batista fit with his "ultimate opportunist" gimmick, which is good. :lmao at him mocking Jarrett's past ring gear. Good ideas to have this promo here

McIntyre's open challenge is a good idea, goes hand in hand with his arrogance, but Matt Hardy is just lame:lmao! But it's nice to not see a match, but instead a good ole' fashioned brawl. Glad to see Drew come out on top, also.

Wrestlemania recall, cool.

Recap of WGTT becoming number one contenders is a good idea, as the match is upcoming pretty soon, I presume.

The match, let down much? But I know you don't like writing in full which is your choice. Interesting move to have Shelton get the victory here, i'm intrigued.

The TV title match at Hostile Holiday announcement, was a bit rushed and out of nowhere. You may as well of added it on the night! There's no sufficient build up to this match, and generally no reasoning behind it except to get the three men on the card. Mehh, don't like it.

Lashley a heel then? Cool, if he is that is. :lmao. A bit of a squash match though, and glad to see Goldust be the squashed, nowadays he isn't much use apart from putting people over. Random match though.

Decent promo between Joe and Jarrett, and very realistic of Joe refusing the handshake, highlighting the lone wolf type face character Joe portrays. The last bit about Jarrett knowing something Joe doesn't is interesting however, if Jarrett doesn't know whatever this is then it was so pointless to include it. I wonder what it is. 8*D

Pointless promo with Show and Sabu, but does the job of putting that doubt in to the readers mind that Sabu may actually win.

Edge vs Jarrett. Never expected it to be an amazing match, and I can't imagine it being as good as you made it out to be. But i'm glad 'Tista interfered, as it built up the rivalry between Batista and Edge, and didn't harm Jarrett or Edge by having them lose this close to the PPV.

Too much Heyman tonight imo -_-

Flair promo was good. I like Flair in the position he is in this thread, and he's doing a mighty find job of the heel authority figure, good job!

Yep, I knew it, Kane wins. Decent amount of detail in this match compared to the others. In my opinion you should make all the other matches about this length, and make the main event a few lines longer than it is now. I would have enjoyed Benjamin vs Roode more if it was this length. Glad to see Sabu did get some offence in and he wasn't completely buried, but two run ins in one night is a little bit overkill. Good scene to close the show with however, with Big Show holding the title up.

All in all, it was a decent show. You ndeveloped storylines and you have kept me interested for the most part. However, some parts were slapdash. Such as the TV title match announcement, and the matches apart from the main event. You actually show amazing potential, and this thread has the potential to last a while and become fairly successful. I think the transition of recap to full will determine when the success will come, however. Keep it up bro, and like I said i'm here if you need anything etc. :)
 

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OOC: Very short results, as I may be without internet access for quite a while, I want to get started on Hostile Holiday and I just wasn't really bothered to do much else.

Monday Night Warfare - December 13 2010

Internet Exclsive Dark Match -
Paul Burchill d. Jesse Neal

Warfare kicks off with Ric Flair in the ring, Flair wastes no time in callig out Kurt Angle for him to apologise to Flair. Angle comes out, looking pretty damn PO'd at Flair for this fiasco. Angle doesn't get a chnce to talk, as Flair immediately demands a sincere apology. Angle gives a quick sorry which can barely be heard, but Flair demands he give proper one, Angle ignores the request, but Flair warns there will be hell to pay if he doesn't, Flair says that for it to be a proper apology he has to get down on his knee's and beg for forgiveness. Angle gets down on his knees eventually, and does say sorry, as Flair seems very happy, but Angle then finishes his sentence, sorry he didn't break Flair's jaw. Flair is furious as Angle egt's up and tears into the gm with a tonne of insults, Flair gets worked up and throws off his jacket, Angle says he won't make himself look like a fool any longer, so he leaves the ring, as Angle is leaving Flair puts him in a match with the Big Show tonight as punishment, a first blood match!

In the first match of the night, James Storm manages to pick up a relatively clean pinfall vicory over Charlie Haas after a last call.

We get a Wrestlemania recap as we look back at Diesel versus Shawn Michaels from Wrestlemania XI, Michaels steals the show, but Diesel manages to get the victory in what would be the match of the year. A Wrestlemania promo then plays.

Bobby Lashley faces Rob Terry and get's himself disqualified against the Welsh giant after battering him with a steel chair for seemngly no reason whatsoever.

Backstage Jeff Jarrett is interviewed, reminding everyone how many times he's won the Intercontinental title, and promising to fight fairly against Samoa Joe at Hostile Holiday, and when they team together tonight.

Drew McIntyre's open challenge is answered by Stevie Richards, whom McIntyre pins after a Future Shock DDT. After the match McIntyre is attacked by a furious Matt Hardy, but just as Hardy is about to give McIntyre a twist of fate Ric Flair interrupts and tells him to save it for Hostile Holiday, as the 2 will finally settle their feud once and for all in a match at the PPV. Drew quickly rolls out of the ring before Matt can get any more revenge.

Batista is interviewed by Lacey Von Erich, just a quick one to get him on the show and show what a nasty guy he is.

In the next match, Samoa Joe and Jeff Jarrett face Generation Me. Joe seems wary of Jarrett's promise of decency, but Jarrett fights hard with Joe throughout, it seems Joe and Jarrett have the match won when Joe hits a musclebuster on Max Buck, but Jarrett smashes a guitar on Joe to huge heat, allowing Jeremy Buck to pin Joefor the win. After the match Jarrett grabs a microphone and teases and insults Joe for being fat and stupid, and then insults the fans, promising to become the Intercontinental champion once again at Hostile Holiday.

We get a long promo for Hostile Holiday, with the commentators talking about each match, and promo videos playing for Morgan v Angle, Batista v Edge and Big Show v Kane.

In the main event, Big Show fights Kurt Angle in a first blood match. Matt Morgan interferes nearing the end, and attacks Angle with a chair, busting him open and making Big Show the winner, Morgan then tries to attack Big Show, but Show fights him off and chokeslams him. A huge pyro goes off as Kane and Paul Bearer appear on the top of the ramp, and Kane laughs sadistically as what is presumably blood poors down onto the Big Show who is standing in the ring.​
 

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GWF News and Notes

*GWF has released the following posters for the Royal Rumble and No Mercy.

Royal Rumble


No Mercy


*GWF has reportedly signed a top star to a contract, according to hints on twitter, but there is only rumours as to who it is yet.

*The company is reportedly working on 2 big angles for Wrestlemania, which will be beginning right about now, it seems obvious one will involve Kurt Angle and his promise to retire if he isn't world champion by Wrestlemania.

*Regarding Kurt Angle's retirement storyline, which was planned to happen in TNA before he left, it is expected to culminate at Wrestlemania, with him either winning the world title or wrestling his retirement match. A match between Angle and Flair is also in the works, there is ofcourse a chance this could happen at Wrestlemania.

*Officials are very high on the heel team of Matt Morgan and Bobby Lashley, they do feel that Lashley hasn't done aswell as they hoped he would under Heyman however, but are very impressed with how Morgan has improved.

*Here is the updated and final card for GWF's Hostile Holiday.

Current Card for WIW Hostile Holiday
19 December 2010
The Cow Palace, Daly City, California

WIW Title Match
"The Devil's Favourite Demon" Kane (c) vs. The Big Show

Intercontinental Title Match
"The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe (c) vs. "The King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett

Grudge Match
"The Animal" Batista vs. "The Rated R Superstar" Edge

Singles Match
If Matt Morgan wins, he will enter no. 30 in the Royal Rumble match and Kurt Angle will be banned from the Royal Rumble match

Matt Morgan vs. Kurt Angle

Tag Team Title Match
Beer Money Inc. (c) vs. The World's Greatest Tag Team

TV Title Match
Paul Burchill (c) vs Ted DiBiase vs Daniel Bryan

Grudge Match
Drew McIntyre vs Matt Hardy


 

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OOC: Sorry for short results for a PPV, but I am ging to wait till I'm well into the thread to even come close to doing full results.

Hostile Holiday
December 19 2010
The Cow Palace, Daly City, California

Daniel Bryan vs Ted DiBiase vs Paul Burchill (c) - TV title match
In the opening bout, Burchill immediately gets tossed out of the ring as Bryan and DiBiase go at it, the 2 go back and forth, as Burchill waits on the outside. Soon Burchill gets back in and has some good exchanges with Daniel Bryan. Bryan has to fight Burchill and DiBiase throughout, Burchill and DiBiase barely touch each other in the match. The 3 pull off some impressive 3 man moves, like a superplex powerbomb combo. In the dying moments, DiBiase attempts a Dream Street on Bryan but Bryan tosses him out of the ring, Burchill then tries to blindside Bryan but he takes him down and locks in the LeBell lock. Burchill taps, giving Bryan a submission victory and becoming a 2 time TV champion.

We see footage from the last Warfare, when Jeff Jarrett, who had promised Samoa Joe he would not attack Joe before their match, smashed a guitr over Joe's head and got him pinned by Generation Me. Jarrett is then interviewed by Todd Grisham. Jarrett says Joe is an idiot, and if the roles were reversed Jarrett would have seen that guitar shot coming a mile away, Jarrett then says one mistake or laps of concentration could, and will cost Joe his title tonight.

Matt Hardy vs Drew McIntyre
The match is a pure brawl for the first half, as the 2 show just how much they hate each other, with mainly Hardy dishing out the offence. McIntyre then grounds Hardy with submissions and wrestling holds inside the ring, but again Hardy mounts a comeback, and gets 2 near falls with a side effect and a legdrop from the second rope. In the end, Hardy stands on the ropes with McIntyre in the corner, with Hardy hitting punches down on Drew's head. Drew moves forward and drops Hardy head first into the top turnbuckle, and follows it up with a Future Shock DDT for the win.

Rob Terry vs Bobby Lashley
In a match which wasn't advertised for the event, these 2 bulls meet in a rematch from their bout on Warfare where Lashley got himself DQ'd. The 2 have a fairly short match, concealing Terry's less than amazing wrestling skills. Terry and Lahsley both pull off some impressive slams and suplexes, but in the end Lashley attempts a powerslam, Terry gets off his shoulders and quickly rolls him up, using his big legs to push into the pin, and get's a 3 count. Lashley seems shocked afterward, as Heyman argues with him over allowing himself to lose like that.

A promo plays for the Royal Rumble, showing clips from most of the Rumble's so far, and talking about how a spot in the Wrestlemania main event is on the line.

Beer Money Inc. (c) vs The World's Greatest Tag Team - GWF Tag Team Titles
The crowd is well behind the WGTT in this bout, as they look to become the tag team champions. The match turns out to be as expected, as 2 of the best teams in the world go at it. The action gets more and more exciting, as the fans get more and more enthralled, it finally looks like the WGTT have it won as Benjamin hits Storm with a Paydirt, but as Storm is falling forward for the move he grabs the ref's shirt, pulling him down to the gorund hard. Benjamin tags in Haas and takes out Roode with a clothesline, as Haas applies the Haas of pain on Storm. Storm taps out, and the ref calls for the bell. Haas and Benjamin grab the tag titles, but the announcer anmnounces that due to Storm handling the referee Beer Moeny have been disqualified, meaning they retain the tag team titles! As Beer Money are handed the belts, Haas and Benjamin go after them, hitting them with multiple kicks and punches as the tag champs flee.

Samoa Joe (c) vs Jeff Jarrett - Intercontinental Championship
Both men start the match slow, and it doesn't rally pick up pace till about halfway through. Jarrett keeps Joe down with a long sleeper hold, consistenlty putting his feet on the ropes for illegal leverage. Joe rally's back, and get's the crowd going with kicks and a powerbomb. The 2 slug it out and go back and forth. Jarrett rolls Joe up for a near fall, and then holds his neck in pain, Joe quicklly reacts, pullling Jarrett down and applying the Clutch, Jarrett tries to last, but in the end has no choice but to submit ajust past the 13 minute mark, as Joe retains his IC title.

In a very short interview with Kane conducted by Lacey Von Erich, Kane talks about how he is desperate to have Big Show's blood on his hands.

Batista vs Edge
The 2 waste no time in getting things going, as it isn't long before they are both pulling out signature moves and attempting finishers. Edge comes close to a win with an Impaler DDT. Batista counters a Spear attempt by Edge with a Spear of his own for a 2 count. Batista hits a spinebuster and again comes agonisingly close. Batista takes Edge up for a Batista bomb, but Edge pushes himself off the Animal's shoulders and hits a Spear. Edge is too groggy to capitalise though. As Edge is about to pin Batista, he stops, as a rumbling can be heard in the crowd. Edge looks up to the top of the ramp, and IT'S CHRISTIAN! Edge get's to his feet and stares down the ramp, seeming in shock. As Edge turns around Batista is up and hit's a spinebuster, just enough to pin Edge and steal a victory.

After the match Edge continues to look up the ramp and call to Christian, looking for answers. Christian grins and walks away, as Edge leaves the ring, holding his back and following Christian to the back.

A promo video plays for Matt Morgan versus Kurt Angle, showing in great detail how this match came about.


Kurt Angle vs Matt Morgan - If Morgan wins he will enter the Royal Rumble No. 30 and Angle will not be in the Rumble
Angle has huge support in the match from the first bell. Angle starts by grounding Morgan, and trying to keep him down with headlocks and leglocks, but it doesn't last long, as Morgan soon comes back using his power to attack Angle with big power moves. Morgan rams Angle's shoulder into the ring post, and from then on goes after Angle's shoulder, which seems to be in bad pain. The 2 go to the outside and brawl there, finishing with Matt Morgan hitting Angle with a Carbon Footprint. Morgan tries to get the counout win as the count get's to 9, but Angle rolls in just in time. Morgan then attempts his finisher again, but Angle counters with an Angle Slam, and then get's a near fall. Angle then applies an Ankle lock but Morgan manages to get to the ropes and break it. The 2 go back and forth with punches for a small period after that, Morgan attempts a clothesline, but Angle coounters with a huge German Suplex, followed by another Angle Slam. Angle looks to have it won, as the ref makes the count, but Paul heyman runs down to ringside, and just as the ref is getting to 3 Heyman pulls him out of the ring, and throws him into the ring post. Angle quickly jumps out and hits Heyman with a big right hand, then re enters the ring. Angle calls for Morgan to get up, and pulls down the straps of his singlet. Bobby lashley runs in, and looks for a spear on Angle, but Kurt moves and puushes Lashley's Spear into Morgan, who has just got to his feet. Angle then throws Lahsley over the top rope and pins Morgan, as a new referee sprints into the ring and counts to 3, giving Angle a win in a thrilling encounter, and booking his spot in the Royal Rumble.

A promo video then plays for the world title match.

Kane (c) vs Big Show - First Blood match for the GWF title
The match, as expected, is a brawl from the get go. Chops, punches, clotheslines, big boots and headbutts, all in the first few minutes, it takes a good 5 minutes for the brawl to slow, as the 2 monsters start their attempts to cut the other one open. Kane tries to cut Show open with his nails, but Big Show shoves him right over the top rope. The 2 fight all the way up the steps in the crowd, as the slugfest goes on. Kane finally brings a chair into the match, and cracks Big Show square on the forehead, but no blood. Soon, after being instructed by Paul Bearer, Kane starts opening the top turnbuckle's, pulling off the covering's to expose the cold steel. Kane manages to get 2 off before he walks right into a chokeslam from Big Show. Big Show, remembering how he made Kane bleed on Warfare, grabs a steel pipe from under the ring and nails Kane right in the gut with it, but this time no blood comes from Kane's mouth. Big Show then prepares to hit Kane again the the pipe, but as he is raising it Paul Bearer grbs it from his hands, to huge boo's from the audience, who want blood. Kane then hit's a low blow on Big Show. The 2 slowly get back to their feet and the brawl start's again. Kane's mid section seems sore from the pipe shot, and Big Show hit's big right and left hooks in the corner into Kane's gut, hoping for blood, but still none comes. Kane seems to come back out of nowhere, and pulls off an impressive feat of strength, chokeslamming Big Show. Kane is then handed a steel chair by his sinister manager Paul Bearer, as Big Show is getting to his feet, Kane hit's him on the back with the chair, and then stalks him, looking for one more chair shot to bust him open. As Kane is swinging the chair Big Show manages to swing his big fist, punching the chair which hits off Kane's head, knocking him to the ground. Big Show picks up the chair, ready to hit another devastating shot, but as Kane get's to his feet, blood is pooring from his head. KANE IS BUSTED OPEN! Big Show ignores it, and hit's Kane with a big chair shot anyway, then immediately tosses the chair down as his theme kicks in and he starts to celebrate his huge victory. Big Show raises the GWF title high as we watch numerous replay's of how Kane got busted open, the fan's certainly approve, as it seems everyone in the arena is ont heir feet cheering the ever popular Big Show, now the world champion.
 

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GWF News and Notes
*Although Big Show's world title win came as a surprise to some, the decision was made to make him champion thanks to his popularity, reliability, and possibly to pass the title over to a heel GWF wants as champion, not many are expecting Show's reign to last too long.

*GWF management, like everyone else who saw it, were delighted with the Matt Morgan - Kurt Angle match. GWF higher up's are said to be very high on Morgan, and his match last night, although arguably carried by Angle, is said to have increased their expectations.

*GWF did everything they could to keep the signing of Christian a secret, adding to the surprise when he walked out at Hostile Holiday. Creative are tossing around idea's for Christian, from teaming with Edge to feuding with him, there was talk of a Wrestlemania match between the 2, but the fact that they had a match in WWE earkier in the year is slightly putting off that.

*The company is looking to make more signings to it's roster, and rumours have been on various sites that they are interested in signing Nelson Frazier (Formerly Big Daddy V in the WWE, now working in Japan as Big Daddy Voodoo), Brian Kendrick, Tyson Tomko and possibly Curt Hawkins.

*Original plans of giving Paul Burchill a succesful run with the TV title to get him over were scrapped, as last night Daniel Bryan won back the TV title, it is now expected his feud with Ted DiBiase will continue, which could lead to a match at the Royal Rumble for the title.

*The company is now deciding on inductee's into this year's Hall of Fame. Rumoured names are mainly former WCW star's, including Lex Luger, The Steiner's, Booker T, Ron Simmons and Sting.


 

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Warfare - December 20 2010

Internet Exclusive Dark Match - Davey Richards d. Jeremy Buck

Not too surprisingly, the show starts with a quick recap of Hostile Holiday, showing still clips from the show.

Then, the show kicks off with the new GWF champion, the Big Show. Show makes his way down to the ring to a hug pop, high fiving fans and proudly raising his new title high. Big Show, once in the ring, get's on the microphone and thanks everyone for all the support and well wishes he has gotten. He says his first blood match with Kane was one of the toughest and most important matches of his career, but in the end he prevailed, busting Kane open. Big Show says he is looking forward to defending his title and becoming the main man in the GWF. Show is interrupted by Kane and Paul Bearer, who appear on the titantron as the lights dim. Kane says Big Show is probably wondering why there is a steel cage above his head, Big Show looks up and nods. Kane says that now him and Big Show are 1-1, and Kane has his rematch clause, so he has decided to use it right here tonight, in a vicious steel cage match. Kane says he can't wait to shred Big Show's skin in the steel cage.

2 matches are then advertised by our announce team, Big Show versus Kane in a steel cage match for the world title and a 10 man battle royal to determine the number one contender for the world title at Royal Rumble.

In the first match of the night, it's a rematch from Hostile Holiday, as Rob Terry and Bobby Lashley face off for a third time. As Terry is entering we see the ending of their match last night, when Terry scored a win out of nowhere with a rollup. The 2 have a short match, Lashley, obviously very frustrated, goes after Terry with multiple kicks and punches. Terry uses his strentgh to get back into a match which has little wrestling maeuvers. Terry then brings out his power with some impressive slam variations. Lashley takes Terry down with a powerslam and then prepares to spear Terry. As Lashley is running for the Spear Terry quickly reacts and nils a Freakbuster. Terry pins Lashley, 1..2..3! Terry picks up another win over Lashley! The fans cheer Terry as he has his arm raised.

Lashley leaves the ring and starts to walk away, but his manager Heyman seems shocked, and tells Lashley to look at Terry, who is celebrating his win. Lashley turns and re enters the ring, then nails Terry with a Spear, and says something into the Freak's ear as he again leaves this time with Heyman nodding and applauding for him.

In an interview with Jeff Jarrett, Double J says that Joe beat him by submission last night, and Jarrett see's now that th popularity of MMA is rising, and more and more wrestler's are bringing submission holds and MMA techniques into their game. Jarrett says he will not let himself fall behind, or bve at a disadvantage to anyone in any part of his game. Jarrett says he has deciced to start training in MMA. Jarrett name's almost every martial art there is and says he is training in all of them, and has even brought in Ken Shamrock to personally tutor him. Jarrett says he will never let imself be embarrassed by someone like Samoa Joe again.

In another area backstage, Matt Morgan and Paul Heyman are trying to console Bobby Lashley, who seems fuming over his second loss to Rob Terry. Lashley punches a locker in anger.

It's then time for our next match, as Jeff Jarrett takes on Stevie Richards. Jarrett seems much more focused than usual, as he starts the match with some mat wrestling on Stevie. Jarrett starts using the martial arts he was talking about, using some odd submissions on Richards and hitting some big leg kicks. Stevie goes for a Stevie kick but Jarrett pulls the ref in the way, and the ref gets kicked right in the face by Stevie, knocking him out. Jarrett then takes Stevie to the outside, and puts his foot on the bottom set of steel steps. Jarrett then grabs the top step, and rams it down on the ankle of Stevie. Jarrett rolls Stevie into the ring and applies a heel hook on the foot he just rammed with steel steps. One of the officials checking on the hurt ref quickly jumps into the ring to call the match, and Stevie taps out. Jarrett act's like he just won the Royal Rumble, celebrating madly as the ref raises his hand, Jarrett runs from corner to corner, shouting out how talented he is, as Stevie holds his ankle, screaming in pain.

Next up it's a Royal Rumble promo, as we gear up for the first PPV of 2011. The Royal Rumble match is then heavily advertised, as a promo plays showing it's history and records, like fastest elimination, longest time lasted, most wins. JR and Tazz and then hype it some more, talking about how much they are looking forward to it.

We take a look back at last night, when Christian shocked the wrestling world, coming out during the Edge and Batista match unannounced, in the process, intentional or not, costing Edge his match. We then get an interview with Edge, by Lacey Von Erich. Edge says he's as surprised as anyone, and has no idea why his brother turned up, but he sure as hell wants to find out. Edge then promises to win the battle royal later on and become number one contender for the world title.

Daniel Bryan then takes on Paul Burchill, with the TV title on the line. The match is fast paced this time, as Bryan tries to chop down the much bigger Burchill with big kicks and lariats, while Burchill uses his size and height to his advantage. The match doesn't last too long though, with Bryan quickly countering a roll up into a LeBell lock and making Burchill tap once again.

As Bryan celebrates his win, Ted DiBiase runs in, clotheslining Bryan to the ground, and then layin in stomps and kicks. DiBiase picks up the TV title, and nails Bryan in the head with it. DiBiase then pulls Bryan up and hit's a Dream Street, DiBiase doesn't release his hold though, and keeps on the cobra clutch on Bryan, who eventually passes out to the hold.

Wrestlemania recall, Wrestlemania 21, Roddy Piper hosts Piper's pit, with guest Stone Cold Steve Austin. Things are soon interrupted by Carlito, but Austin take's care of him, and then Piper, with a Stone Cold Stunner, followed by a beer drinking celebration.

In a backstage interview with Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin, who are in casual clothes watching the show, they make it known they were screwed out of the tag titles, Beer Money intentionally got themeselves diqualified, even though the WGTT had the titles won, Benjamin finishes things by warning Beer Money they are coming for them and their titles.

Our Steel Cage match main event is advertised as we come back from a commercial break.

Next it's a 10 man battle royal to determine the number 1 contender for the GWF title at the royal rumble. Drew McIntyre, Matt Morgan, Rhyno, Batista, Sean Morley, Shannon Moore, Edge, Sabu, Matt Hardy and Jesse Neal are all in the match, the GWF obviously giving everyone a chance. First out is Sean Morley, followed by Jesse Neal, eliminated by Matt Morgan. Shannon Moore get's thrown out by Rhyno, who get's eliminated by Edge straight after. Sabu tries a move from the top rope, but Drew McIntyre pushes him over. Matt Morgan then get's a pop as he throws McIntyre over. Batista clotheslines Matt Hardy over, making the final 3 Morgan, Edge and Batista. Edge spears Batista, and a few seconds after spears Morgan. Edge looks set to win it, but, TYSON TOMKO runs into the ring from the crowd, and hit's Edge with a huge big boot. Tomko then throws Edge through the ropes, and leaves. Morgan and Batista both stumble to their feet, and Batista clotheslines Morgan over the ropes to become the number 1 contender.

Edge seems shocked, last night having his win cost by Christian, this time by Tomko. Meanwhile, Batista arrogantly celebrates inside the ring much to the annoyance of the fans.

Backstage Kurt Angle is walking down a hall, as he walks, various people congratulate him on his win last night, and wish him luck in the Royal Rumble. Angle then stops walking as he meets the GM, Ric Flair. Flair tells Angle he got lucky, and if it wasn't for a mistake by Bobby Lashley, Matt Morgan had that match won. Flair starts to tell Angle about the Royal Rumble. Flair says at Hostile Holiday Angle was lucky, but if he won the Rumble, it would be a miracle, Flair says it won't happen, he'll make sure of it. Flair said the board won't allow him to pick Angle's number, but Flair is the GM, and he is going to let all the other 29 men in the match know that they will be in his good books if they eliminate Angle, and if you're in Flair's good books, your a made man. Angle smiles and passes off Flair's comment, saying if he want's him to lose it so bad he should bring his wrinkly ass into the match. Angle then walks off chuckling as Flair stares into space, pondering.

It's main event time, a steel cage match for the world title. The crowd seem pumped up for the match, getting well behind Big Show in his first title defense. Both make many attempts to escape the cage early, especially Kane, but fail each time. Kane takes Big Show down with a big boot and get's a near fall, and then another one after an amzing scoop slam on Show. Not long after, Kane sends Big Show head first into the cage, and Big Show starts to bleed. Kane comes close to getting out through the door, but Big Show pulls him in. Big Show hits a chokeslam on Kane and tries to go out the door himself, but the evil Paul Bearer slams the door into his head. Big Show climbs the top turnbuckle, then Kane almost breaks the rin, chokeslamming Show from the turnbuckle to the ring. Kane slowly crawls over and covers Big Show, and somehow the GWF champion kicks out at about 2 and 7 eight's. After a bit more back and forth, both men try to go over the top of the cage, climbing to the top rope. Both ram the others head into the cage and hit punches, but Big Show get's the advantage, and hit's a huge KO punch, knocking Kane out, as the Big Red Monster then collapses to the floor. Big Show grins, knowing he has it won, and with blood pooring down his face decides not to climb over the cage, but rather get down off the top rope, walk over to Kane and pin him, staring at Paul Bearer as the ref anf the crowd count to 3.

Big Show celebrates his win, holding his title high as the cage rises. Big Show holds his title high, while Batista runs down to the ring, as Batista is entering, presumably about to attack his future opponent, Big Show sees him, and raises his fist, daring the animal to enter. Batista quickly changes his mind, and stays outside the ring, pointing at Show's title and promising to win it at the Royal Rumble, the show ends with Big Show and Batista staring down, with there match at the Rumble just a few weeks away.

END OF SHOW




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January 30 2011
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas

30 Man Royal Rumble Match
TBA

GWF Title Match
Big Show (c) vs Batista
 

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OOC: Next week I'm gonna have a special show as it will be the first of 2011, I've decided to scrap this style of results and do some more detailed results.

Warfare - December 27 2010

Internet Exclusive Dark Match - Paul Burchill d. Shannon Moore

Warfare kicks off with a big pyro, as the camera's come in on the set which has got a Christmas theme, with a giant Christmas three on the top of the entrance ramp aswell as some other Christmassy decoration. We got to Tazz and JR, with Tazz looking like a total goof wearing a Christmas hat. They welcome us to the show and promise a hell of a one in store for us tonight.

"Metalingus" starts to play as Edge opens up the show, not looking like he is in the Christmas spirit. As he makes his way down the ramp we see footage of last week, when Tomko interfered in a battle royal, costing Edge from winning, allowing Batista to win the match and become number 1 contender for the GWF title. Edge quickly grabs a microphone and says he is beyond confused, first off Christian walks out in his match at Hostile Holiday, and ends up causing him to lose to Batista, and then Tomko causes him to lose a battle royal. Edge says he would really like some answers, especially from his brother Christian. Christian's theme starts to play and for the first time ever in the GWF, Captain Charisma makes his way down to the ring, looking a little guilty. Christian tells Edge he has got it all wrong, he wasn't trying to cost him his match at Hostile Holiday, he just wanted to get a better view of the action, and as for Tomko, Christian has got nothing to do with him anymore, and he certainly had nothing to do with him interfering in Edge's match. Edge says it's quite a coincidence that Tomko would debut the night after Christian, but Christian insists he is telling the truth. Christian says he doesn't want to fight his brother, in fact, he would love nothing more than to reunite E and C... The fans give a huge pop at the mention of this, and the theme of The Nature Boy Ric Flair hits, as the GM quickly comes to the top of the ramp with a microphone. Flair says that it's about time Christian and Tomko both made their in ring debuts in the GWF, he also says that he want's this thing settled between Edge and Christian tonight, so he has an idea. Flair says everyone will find out who's side Christian is on, because in tonight's main event, Edge and Christian will reunite to face none other than Tomko, and his partner, Kane. Christian seems delighted with the announcement, unlike Edge, who still seems suspicious.

A promo for the Royal Rumble plays, as we look back at some of the past winners, and relive the exciting endings to the past Rumble's.

Our first match is a number 1 contender's match, the winner will face Beer Money for the tag team titles at the Royal Rumble, as the World's Greatest Tag Team take on Generation Me. The match is fairly short, but never the less impresses. After a series of counter holds and back and forth, Charlie Haas manages to surprise Jeremy, holding his leg's down for a pin as he attempt's a sunset flip pin, making the WGTT the winners and number 1 contenders.

We go backstage to Ric Flair's office, where he is now looking through some file's, as the 7 foot beast Matt Morgan walks in. Morgan asks Flair if he is still getting that number 30 spot he was promised. Flair laughs, as does Morgan, expecting a yes. Flair then tells Morgan he said he would get the number 30 spot if he beat Kurt Angle, but he didn't, so no. Morgan seems surprised, and reminds Flair that Bobby Lashley cost him the match, albeit by accident. Flair agrees, but says he is a man of a word, so he has given Morgan a very special spot, a spot which has produced the same amount of winner's as number 30. Flair then chuckles and tells Morgan his number for the Royal Rumble will be number 1! Morgan is furious, but Flair let's him know that he shouldn't have let down the Nature Boy.

In a quick interview with Jeff Jarrett, he says his MMA training has been getting tougher, but he's always been a fighter, and it is coming natural to him, he brags about his hard fought submission win over Stevie Richards last week, and promises to follow it up by making Jesse Neal tap out tonight.

Second match of the night, and Jesse Neal takes on Jeff Jarrett. Neal enters first, followed by Jarrett. Jarrett again goes to mat wrestling and leg kicks, acting as if he really is an MMA expert, but Neal comes back and hit's Jarrett with some big moves, getting many near falls. Jarrett works on Neal's left shoulder through the whole match though, stemming from Neal hurting it early on. Jarrett dodges a spear from Jesse Neal, and pushes Neal shoulder first into the steel ringpost. Neal screams in pain as Jarrett takes him down and apples an armbar, Neal tries to fight the pain, but has to tap out. Jarrett again celebrate's as if he has won a world title, and scream's into the camera that he will win the Royal Rumble.

We get a Wrestlemania recap, from Wrestlemania 2000, as the Dudley Boyz, Hardy Boyz and Edge and Christian steal the show with an amazing triangle ladder match, with everyone almost killing themselves with crazy bumps, in the end though, it's Edge and Christian who win it, setting up a table against 2 ladder's and pulling down the titles together.

Next up, Drew McIntyre enters the ring and reminds everyone his open challenge is still ongoing, and open to anyone on the roster. Drew waits a few seconds, waiting for an opponent, but nothing happens. Drew then get's on the microphone again and berates the entire roster, saying this prooves he is in a class of his own, and everyone in the back is too scared to take his challenge up. Just as it looks like he is leaving the ring, an unfamiliar theme plays, and PAUL LONDON makes his way out! London sprints down to the ring, high fiving some fans, and enters the ring, jumping on the second rope, and then doing a backflip off it. London get's on the microphone and informs Drew he has been signed by the GWF, and now is the perfect opportunity to debut. McIntyre punches London right in the face as the bell rings to signal the start of the impromptu match.

McIntyre's snail paced offense doesn't cut it this time, as London dazzles the viewer's with his amazing move set, using a variety of pins to come close many times. The match doesn't last long, but tings get very exciting, as McIntyre begins to fight harder trying to stop the high flying London. McIntyre lands out on the outside, and London then springs off the top rope and takes McIntyre down with an amazing shooting star press. The 2 then slowly get to their feet as the referee counts. Both get in just before the 10 and go back and forth some more, it soon looks like McIntyre has the match won as he hooks London for a Future Shock, but somehow, London pulls off a great counter into a pin, and get's a 3 count!

London celebrates his shock win with the cheers of the crowd backing him. He doesn't have much time to celebrate though, as out of nowhere, RHYNO AND PAUL BURCHILL run in, attacking both men with clubbing blows to the back and head. The ref tries to stop them, but they shove him down. Burchill send's McIntyre over the top rope, while Rhyno hits London with a Gore, and Burchill follows it up by hitting him with a Dangerous Buster. Rhyno and Burchill stand over London, with Burchill smiling, as the crowd look on, wondering WTF just happened.

Backstage Ted DiBiase is in Ric Flair's office, we come in on the conversation as DiBiase is talking about the TV title, asking Flair if he was impressed by DiBiase's attack on Daniel Bryan last week. Flair says he was, and he has faith in DiBiase he can win the TV title, so he is going to give him 1 final opportunity at the title, at the Royal Rumble. Flair then says seeing DiBiase apply the million dollar dream last week reminded him of his dad, and Bryan has a pretty impressive submission hold too, so he is going to make things interesting, and make their TV title match a submission match.

We get a long promo, which starts with a theme song playing, and a man talking. The man talks about how he is going to bring a whole different kind of wild and crazy to the GWF. This man is hard to understand, as he uses metaphors and talks about letting his emotions run free, and all the trouble he has gone through, pain he has felt, the promo ends up seemingly making no sense at all, then finally the camera pans out and we see Orlando Jordan, topless and wearing jeans, with his face painted purple and pink. JR and Tazz seem a bit lost for words after the very strange segment, but let everyone know that OJ has signed a contract with the GWF, and will debut next week.

It is then advertised that next week's show will be the first of 2011, and we are told it will be a new year's special, action packed with top matches.

In the next match of the evening, Matt Morgan, accompanied by Paul Heyman, takes on The Freak, Rob Terry, who now holds 3 straight wins over Bobby Lashley. The match is short, only lasting just over 2 minutes, as the 2 brawl back and forth for most of the match. Then as Terry takes Morgan down with a press slam, Bobby Lashley runs into the ring, and hit's the Freak with a big spear, immediately ending the match.

Lashley beats down Terry with stomps and kicks, showing no remorse as the Welshman tries to block to no avail. Matt Morgan get's to his feet, realising what just happened, and doesn't seem too happy. Morgan taps Lasley on the shoulder, and asks why Lashley interfered so early. Lashley tells Morgan to keep out of it, and goes back to attacking Terry. Morgan looks very pissed now, and looks as if he is about to attack Lashley, but Paul Heyman, on the outside, orders him to leave the ring. Morgan starts to leave as Lasley pulls up Terry. Morgan then stops, ready to nail Lashley, but changes his mind, and leaves the ring as the fans boo his decision. Morgan throws off his elbow pads and walks by Heyman with his head down, as inside the ring Lashley hits Terry with a big powerslam, and then leaves aswell, with Heyman giving him a big clap on the back.

Backstage we go to Kurt Angle, who is in a suit being interviewed by Todd Grisham. Angle says that in preparation for the Rumble match, he needs a match with a top wrestler, to see if he is hitting on all cylinders and get rid of any ring rust. Angle announces that next week on the new year's special, he will be facing... an opponent of his choosing. Angle says he will need time to think about it, and will announce it on next week's show, Grisham wishes him good luck.

Tazz and JR then go through next week's show, as the following matches are confirmed.
* Kurt Angle vs An opponent of his choosing
* Bobby Lasley vs Rob Terry - Street Fight, Winner get's a shot at the Intercontinental Title at Royal Rumble.
* 6 Man Battle Royal - Winner enters the Royal Rumble at No. 30
* Ted DiBiase vs Eddie Edwards - Submission match
*Orlando Jordan's Debut

In the main event, Christian and Edge reunite to face Tomko and Kane. The match is standard tag team stuff really, but throughout the match Edge seems very wary of Christian. Finally, as things get a bit heated approaching the end, Christian dodges a boot from Tomko, and hit's a quick Killswitch, scoring the pinfall and the win for him and Edge. Afterwards, Christian extends his hand to Edge, who still doesn't seem sure, but finally shakes his hand, and then raises it as Warfare comes to a close.
END OF SHOW




Current Card for Royal Rumble
January 30 2011
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas

30 Man Royal Rumble Match
TBA

GWF Title Match
Big Show (c) vs Batista


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The first paragraph, and I see several typos already. Cameras, tree, go. Bad start my fried. Need to get microsoft word, and proof read it. I find to notice spelling mistakes, read each paragraph backwards, it's easier to notice spelling mistakes. Now on to the show its self.

Not bad, having Edge come out. He's been the center of controversy recently with the whole Christian and Tomko ordeal, so a good idea. Shock, Christian coming out. Hmm? Christian just getting a better view... ookay. But I like how Christian brings up that he is no longer affiliated with Tomko, just plants that seed of doubt in the readers mind that Cage might be lieing. The match tonight seems good, E+C reunion, I marked. Tomko and Kane is a hell of a team. Looking forward to seeing what happens in that badboy.

Another spelling mistake/typo in the Royal Rumble promo - you put "ast" instead of "last". And "Rumbles" doesn't need an apostrophe.

First match of the night, and what a match this would be. WGTT vs Gen Me! Another typo, putting "Waorld's" instead of Worlds. I hate to be a grammar and spelling Nazi, but like i've said before I'm reviewing so you improve. Spelt Charlie wrong :lmao. Great! I like WGTT winning, and it could be a good feud between them and BMI.

The Flair and Morgan segment was good, I like that. I love the idea of Flair putting Morgan in his place, and showing the he is the authority and he is the boss, Morgan just happens to be working for him. Nice segment.

Jeff Jarret + MMA? Where have I heard of that before. I love originality, as does most people, so be ooriginal please. You've started it now, but try and avoid stealing ideas from real life. :lmao

Sounds like a decent match, even though we've seen it already on TNA like, two weeks ago? Be careful with your use of apostrophes, you don't need them in celebrates and screams. Decent match though. It would have been fun to write in full, I'd love to do an MMA match in full! *wink wink*

Countdown to wrestlemania has begun, and what a match that was. Good choice.

Drew McIntyre invitational, whoop-de-doo. Yay! You know i'm a Paul London mark! I knew you were bringing him in, but I didn't know how. Tis' a good opportunity to have a good feud between the two. This section was littered with spelling errors and typos.

Good match, once again, you can't really get in to the match with the amount of detail you put in. But I know that the amount of detail is goinjg to change as of next week so all is good. Buzzing how London has won, and now I expect this to carry on in some way or another.WTF, Rhyno and Burchill? Are they a team? DO they have anything to do with Mac? Wow, shocking.

DiBiase and Flair segment did its job, nothing to comment on here really. Submission match, bad choice in my opinion. Because if Bryan loses, then that would ruin his reputation as he loses at his own game to a rookie of submissions. However if Ted loses, that was his last shot at the TV title, and the potential push going for him would be ruined?

OJ signing, cool. I knew this would happen as I have my sources 8*D I wonder whats going to happen with him, hopefully he just doesn't stay in the micard for ever, with no particular feuds going on. Playing on the homosexual gimmick a little? Originality plz?

Morgan vs Terry = possibly the most boring match ever, but it served its purpose. It carried on the Lashley/Terry saga, and it stirs the pot a little within the Heyman camp. Good job.

Angle vs ??? Next week, looking forward to it. I wonder who he'd choose, especially if its someone new or someone already on the roster. Hopefully someone on the roster, because you've had four people debut quite quickly (London, Cage, Tomko and OJ next week) But either way, it's interesting.

Mehh, boring ending. Say no more.

Overall, it was a decent show. Some storylines progressed, some didn't. Spelling and Grammar is a huge downfall of your thread, and you should look to fix that ASAP. Obviously, more detail is going to be included from now on which is good. You also need to think a bit more about some decisions. Bringing 4, possibly 5 people in in the space of 3 weeks isn't good, aswell as stuff like the stipulation to the Bryan vs DiBiase match, etc etc. Just put a little thought in to it. But like i've said before to you, this has huge potential, you're just not fulfilling that.
 

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All spelling error's and typo's are fixed, and I must say, reading back on it I was pretty embarrassed about how many there was, I am using a keyboard I amn't really used to lately, still no excuse, thanks for the review.
 
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