This backstory is based on an EWR scenario, but I am not using EWR to produce my shows. I have edited the original scenario for my own purposes, and I shall be revealing parts of the back story bit by bit, as I want to be fully prepared before I start anything, and I don't want to keep everyone waiting. Thats basically all I can say. I have no experience with booking, but my brother has on other forums and he shall be giving me a hand whenever I need it. I have read a fair few BTB's on this forum since joining, I spent all yesterday doing so 8*D so I know what is expected of me. Please, do review and give feedback, as long as its not just flaming and there are some suggestions in there. Thankyou.
Dying companies World Championship Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling are thrown a lifeline, as WCW are
allowed to stay alive thanks to a successful takeover from FusientMedia. The company will be run by former President Eric
Bischoff, and legendary wrestlers Ric Flair and Sting, aka Steve Borden. All three are co-presidents and must co-exist as
the sole runners of the company.
In the meantime, down in Philadelphia, ECW was on its last legs. They hadn't run a show since January, and the owner Paul
Heyman was about to file for bankruptcy. Tommy Dreamer, the loyalist member of the roster, had sought after buying out the
outfit, but that deal never came to fruition. In the end, it was Kevin Kleinrock, one of the backers of XPW, and Big Vision
Entertainment came forward to save the cash-strapped outfit. With that, Kleinrock and Heyman, the new runners of ECW's
day-to-day business, set about making an ECW return via a feud with XPW.
So, with that, as of April 2001, we now had the WWF, going strong, WCW and ECW, both looking to rebuild themselves with the
money back in place, the XPW promotion set for a big war with ECW, and regional feds CZW, a hardcore fed, and NWA: Wildside,
the only remaining NWA company at the present time. Six companies to go who knows where from here.