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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (January 15, 2012)   Mon Jan 16, 2012 4:37 pm



Fireworks and pyro light up the darkened building. Fans roar with the explosions, waving signs and mugging for the cameras. The camera finally sets upon a table where an older gentleman and a young, good looking, man sit.

Dale McCoy: "Hello and welcome to another edition of Velocity! We hope you all had a fantastic New Year's, but we also hope that this event will be the kickoff that you all are expected for this year."

Oliver Evans: "That's right, and we have a great show planned for this evening due to the vacating of the FTW Television Championship."

Dale McCoy: "We'll have two triple threat matches tonight between some of Full Throttle Wrestling's top talent. The winners of these triple threats will then go on to face one another in our Main Event for the FTW Television Championship."

Oliver Evans: "Unfortunately, the former Television Champion is not being allowed to compete for the title he was stripped of. But, despite this injustice, the show must go on."



As the camera leaves the commentator’s table after the intro, it turns to the ring to find The Executive Brooklyn Producer standing in the center with a microphone in hand.

The Executive Brooklyn Producer: “In past events, I’ve unfortunately lost to all kinds of wrestlers. Well, in America, that’s unacceptable! In Canada, that’s unacceptable! So here tonight, I’m going to break that streak after calling on the power of children’s trading cards to defeat a top-quality hometown wrestler!”

Due to WWE’s obsession with jobbing local talent, the crowd lets out a series of boos, obviously not wanting to see another of their wrestlers be jobbed. Nevertheless, a few fans cheer, looking forward to seeing which local talent will get to be on YouTube.

The Executive Brooklyn Producer: “This man is a great Canadian wrestler, he’s almost as good as Alexander Conway and just as smooth! But let’s not use any more time talking about him, let’s just get him out here and get this match started!”

“Anthem For The Year 2000” by Silverchair blasts throughout the arena as a young Canadian steps out of the backstage with the flag of Quebec in his hands. He stands on the ramp and hoists the flag into the air before giving a few waves as the crowd cheers for him. He carries it down to the ring with him before sticking it into a turnbuckle. After climbing into the ring, Grenier tosses his sunglasses out of the ring to a ring hand before removing his coat and sending that down to the ring hand as well. The Executive Brooklyn Producer glares at the flag of Quebec as Taryn Shay begins the introductions.

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, The Executive Brooklyn Producer!”

The Executive Brooklyn Producer waves at the crowd.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, uh…”

Taryn leans in to ask the newcomer’s name.

Taryn Shay: “Christian Grenier!”

The Canadian holds the Quebec flag up high into the air as the audience cheers for him.

Dale McCoy: “Another newcomer to Full Throttle Wrestling. I wish I could say something about him, but I am once again unsure of who this man even is.”

Oliver Evans: “You should pay more attention to Canadian wrestling, Dale! This man is probably the next big star in professional wrestling!”

Dale McCoy: “Really Oliver? Would you care to elaborate on that?”

Oliver Evans: “Of course. Christian Grenier was trained by the Conway family, and is currently having his training taken to the next level with private tutoring from Alexander Conway and Ethan O’Reilly. He’s spent a lot of time with veterans of this sport and is probably one of the best equipped men in the industry. Not only that, but he also boasts an amazing academic record. This one is cold and calculating, and you can be sure that he’s studied the Conway family’s playbook extensively.”

The bell is rung to signal the start of this match as the referee, Ray Johnson, enters the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Christian Grenier holds out the hand for a hand and The Executive Brooklyn Producer takes it. After grasping EBP’s hand, Christian pulls it down to the mat and stomps on it! Looking at the crowd, the Canadian merely offers up a grin and a shrug for it.”

Oliver Evans: “Hahaha! Classic Conway move. I told you that he’s running their playbook.”

Dale McCoy: “The Executive Brooklyn Producer on the back with a double axe handle before pulling him to the mat with a side Russian leg sweep! EBP rolls through and tries for the elbow drop, but Christian rolls out of the way! Both men scramble to their feet. Christian tries for a running knee, but EBP sidesteps and kicks Christian’s leg out from under him. Christian gets hit with a few forearms as he tries to get up before being taken to the mat by a neckbreaker from EBP!”

Oliver Evans: “This isn’t a very good start for Christian Grenier; he’s making himself look bad by being beaten by The Executive Brooklyn Producer right after I talked him up!”

Dale McCoy: “The Executive Brooklyn Producer sends Christian into the ropes with an irish whip, but Christian grabs the ropes to stop himself from bouncing off of them. EBP charges towards him, but Christian kicks him in the face as he flips over the top rope and lands onto the apron. Christian jumps onto the rope before leaping into EBP with a crossbody!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “The Brooklyn chump manages to force Christian off of him at two. Christian grabs The Executive Brooklyn Producer and whips him into the ropes before waiting and then lifting him up and dropping him throat-first onto the rope with a flapjack!”

Dale McCoy: “Knee drop from Christian! Christian pulls EBP to his feet before lifting him into the air and slamming him to the mat with a suplex! Grenier starts to pull EBP to his feet, but EBP starts to fight him off with a few punches to the gut! But Christian is quick to silence that offensive with a knee to the gut.”

Oliver Evans: “Christian swings The Executive Brooklyn Producer to the mat with Jimmy Rave’s Ghanarhea! Christian climbs onto the turnbuckle before leaping for a frog splash, but The Executive Brooklyn Producer moves out of the way!”

Dale McCoy: “The Executive Brooklyn Producer hits Christian with a few elbows before taking him to the mat with a swinging neckbreaker. The Executive Brooklyn Producer sends Christian into the corner with an irish whip. The Executive Brooklyn Producer charges at Christian and jumps onto the second rope while grabbing Christian’s head. The Executive Brooklyn Producer jumps backwards, pulling Christian head-first into the mat with the DDT! The Executive rolls over for the cover!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Christian pops a shoulder up at two, much to The Executive Brooklyn Producer’s dismay. The Executive Brooklyn Producer lifts Christian for a back suplex, but Christian flips over and lands on his feet behind the Producer!”

Dale McCoy: “Christian Grenier pulls The Executive Brooklyn Producer into a cobra clutch before applying a leg hook and tripping EBP face-first into the mat! Christian rolls EBP over before hooking the leg.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall, Christian Grenier!”

Oliver Evans: “Although Christian had a few problems in this match, he still managed to score a very easy win here tonight. The Executive Brooklyn Producer continues to fall further and further down.”

Dale McCoy: “Still winless in this company, The Executive Brooklyn Producer is going to need to do something drastic to move up in the rankings. Right now, he is our lowest wrestler.”

Oliver Evans: “And rightfully so, he isn’t able to hang with the competition here at Full Throttle Wrestling.”

Dale McCoy: “I’m glad that you aren’t the one who is making those decisions, or else I think we’d be losing a lot of young guys who are just in a rough time at this point.”

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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (January 15, 2012)   Mon Jan 16, 2012 4:56 pm

Adam Vogel is diligently working through a pile of paperwork at his desk in his office when a loud “BANG” is heard. Quickly pulling his head upright, Vogel realizes with a feeling of annoyance that Aaron Blake and Dmitry Petrovich have finally found their way back to his office. The malignant expressions on the two intruders’ faces should be a good indication of how this meeting may go.

Aaron Blake: “Vogel! How dare you! You had no right to strop my client of his titles! He won them, and defended them, whilst adhering to the rules at the time. No one from Treachery got involved in Dmitry’s match against Ethan O’Reilly, which was the only match that you had that stipulation in effect for. What we did at November to Remember was completely within the realm of what was legal at the time, meaning that you didn’t have any justifiable reason for stripping my client of his titles. In fact, the only reason that you could possibly have for stripping Dmitry is that you don’t like Treachery. I think that the fans would even agree with me that if you are going to be allowed to arbitrarily strip people of their championships whenever you want to, that this isn’t going to be worth watching.”

Blake stops for a moment to let his words take effect before proceeding.

Aaron Blake: “Because you had no right to strip Dmitry of either one of his belts, I demand that they be immediately returned to him. If you want to let that mini-tournament for the FTW Television Championship continue, then Dmitry should be allowed to face the winner tonight for the title that he should rightfully hold.”

Adam Vogel blinks a few times before realizing what Aaron Blake is trying to do. After coming to this realization, Adam Vogel begins to speak.

Adam Vogel: “How dare I? How dare you! You barge into my damn office as if you own the place and then try and tell me how to run my own company! If I want to strip people on the basis of whether or not I like them, I can do it. Why? Because this is my damn company! I can do whatever I want because I own this arena, the logo, the federation, and your contracts. The reason I don’t strip people of their belts on a whim is because that hurts the company’s image and devalues the championships. However, you were a special case.”

Aaron Blake tries to get a few words in, but Vogel continues to talk without giving him the opportunity.

Adam Vogel: “Not only did I find Treachery’s actions at November to Remember to be repulsive, but I found your action to be just as bad at November’s Velocity. Dmitry Petrovich was supposed to defend his title without assistance, but instead you had my sons help him retain his title. But that wasn’t enough for you, was it? No, you had to then hire Antonio Del Veccio to attack William LaCroix. Not only did you hire him to do that, but you hired him to hit me with a steel briefcase, just to get a point across. What, I have my own points that I would like to get across to you. I issued the anything goes, falls count anywhere match at November to Remember so that the fans could get a good show from Petrovich vs. LaCroix, which was the most anticipated match-up in FTW history, but you ruined that too! You had Treachery and your paid rogues basically steal the title from William LaCroix, and I just couldn’t let that stand. Treachery got what they deserved, end of story. Just be glad that Nagai and Renoir got into the tournament tonight.”



The FTW World Tag Team Championships greet the camera as the scene opens. They are resting on a table in the locker room of the Lords of Wrestling. The camera’s frame pans out, eventually getting far enough out to include Alexander Conway and Ethan O’Reilly into the shot.

Alexander Conway: “It’s about time. It’s about damn time that we received another opportunity at the FTW Television Championship. In our last matches, circumstances out of our control prevented either of us from ending Dmitry’s winning streak. Despite both of us being better wrestlers than Dmitry, we were prevented from defeating him due to the interference from Treachery. If it wasn’t for the cheating, one of the Lords would be holding that Television title right now!”

Alexander slowly shakes his head.

Alexander Conway: “But that doesn’t matter. Tonight, the errors of the past shall be forgotten when either Ethan or I claim the title to become a double champion. But before we do, we’ll also both be defeating a member of Treachery. While I’ll be defeating Kazu Nagai and Boy Bakla, Ethan will dominate Jean-Pierre Renoir and Andrew Hunter.”

Alexander looks over to Ethan O’Reilly.

Alexander Conway: “We’ll then meet in the finals of tonight’s tournament, where the best man will win in a fair and very exciting match.”

Ethan O’Reilly: “And by that, he means that I will win!”

Alexander punches Ethan on the shoulder as the two share a laugh.

Ethan O’Reilly: “But Conway’s right, tonight marks the beginning of what should have already been. No one is going to prevent the Television Championship from finding its way into either Conway’s hands of my hands. Aaron Blake isn’t going to be able to cheat tonight due to Adam Vogel’s crackdown, so it’s smooth sailing for the Lords of Wrestling. We’re the best wrestlers in FTW, and tonight, we prove it with a dominating set of victories.”

Alexander nods his head emphatically.

Ethan O’Reilly: “But Dmitry, don’t think that we’ve forgotten about you, you big dumb Russian. You cheated us out of our matches with you, you hid behind Treachery and The Fortunate Sons, and now you are trying to get yourself placed at the end of the tournament so that you can have an easier match? Is that what you learn in Russia? Or did Aaron Blake teach you how to be a coward? When the real men finish fighting in this tournament, we’ll come kick your ass, Petrovich. But until then, I suggest you sit down and shut up, because all you are doing is showing everyone how much of a yellow-bellied child you really are.”

Ethan looks at the clock when he finishes speaking. Noticing the time, Ethan grabs his FTW World Tag Team Championship belt before leaving the room.

Alexander Conway: “Well, I surmise that this interview is over. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have places to be.”

Alexander grabs his championship belt before walking out of the locker room. Conway soon reopens the door though and order the cameraman to get out of his room as the scene fades.



Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a triple threat match and is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, Jean-Pierre Renoir!”

Noir Désir's "Le Vent Nous Portera" blares over the speakers as Jean-Pierre Renoir walks out onto the entrance ramp. Holding his fist high into the air, Jean-Pierre walks down to the ring. He climbs onto the apron, turns, and throws the fist up into the air again for a few moments before climbing into the ring and walking towards the turnbuckle. Climbing up, Espy holds his fist up into the air again before back flipping off of the turnbuckle and back into the ring. Jean-Pierre Renoir removes his jacket and hands it to a ring hand before waiting for the bell.

Taryn Shay: “Introducing next, Ethan O’Reilly!”

"Living in Dog Years" by Neurotica begins playing throughout the arena as Ethan O'Reilly steps out onto the ramp. He looks over those in attendance before dismissing their existence and walking towards the ring. After rolling into the ring, Ethan takes off his silver vest and hands it to a ring hand before awaiting the start of the match.

Taryn Shay: “And introducing last, Andrew Hunter!”

"New Divide" by Linkin Park blasts through the arena. Andrew Hunter appears on the top of the ramp, straightening out his elbow pads. He cracks a grin as he begins walking down the ramp. He slaps the hands of the fans on his left, followed by the fans on his right, seeming to enjoy the spotlight. He slides underneath the ropes and quickly bounces back up, jumping up on a turnbuckle and staring into the audience.

Dale McCoy: “This is the first of two triple threat matches tonight. Whoever wins this match will meet the winner of the second in our main event for the FTW Television Championship.”

Oliver Evans: “Adam Vogel has refused to allow Dmitry Petrovich to fight for the title he never lost, so whoever wins this match has to realize that if they do succeed in claiming the belt later, that they’ll have to eventually defend it against Dmitry.”

Dale McCoy: “That’s true, but I think it’s best to deal with that issue when you get to it.”

Oliver Evans: “I agree, you still receive a nice bonus paycheck for not only winning this tournament, but also for winning the FTW Television Championship.”

The bell is rung to signal the start of this match as the referee, Michael Bull, enters the ring.

Dale McCoy: “All three men exchange glances as the bell sounds. They gingerly wait for someone else to make the first move. Jean-Pierre Renoir suddenly drops to the mat and rolls out of the ring, leaving Ethan O’Reilly and Andrew Hunter in there with one another.”

Oliver Evans: “As long as Renoir breaks up any pin or submission attempts, this is a great strategy. He can wait while his opponents wear each other down before picking the bones.”

Dale McCoy: “Andrew Hunter strikes out with a quick kick to the side of Ethan’s leg. Ethan takes another kick before catching the third and pushing Hunter to the mat. Hunter quickly springs back up and charges at Ethan. He connects with a few punches, but Ethan quickly overpowers Hunter and tosses him to the mat again.”

Oliver Evans: “Ethan O’Reilly isn’t even trying to hurt Andrew Hunter right now, he’s just trying to show off.”

Dale McCoy: “Andrew catches Ethan with a surprise dropkick! As Ethan O’Reilly stumbles back, Andrew grabs him and starts to hit him with a few elbow shots, but Ethan is quick to once again shove him to the mat. Hunter jumps back up and runs at Ethan, but Ethan kicks him to the mat with the big boot!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir jumps onto the apron, getting O’Reilly’s attention. Ethan tries to grab Renoir, but he drops off the apron before he can!”

Dale McCoy: “But the distraction allows Hunter to send Ethan over the rope and onto the floor with a dropkick to the back! Hunter vaults over the rope and onto Ethan with the press! Jean-Pierre realizes an opportunity has been created and quickly hits Hunter with a clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir forces Ethan up before bouncing his head off of our table! Renoir sends Ethan crashing into the steel steps with an irish whip! Renoir grabs Hunter and drives him back and into the ring apron before rolling him back into the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Jean-Pierre Renoir slides in after him and forces Hunter to his feet before lifting him into the air and slamming him to the mat with the michinoku driver II! Renoir grabs the legs for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Hunter forces his shoulder up at two. Renoir hits Hunter on the back with a few forearms before hitting him on the back of the neck with a hard elbow that sends Hunter to the mat.”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir pulls Hunter towards the corner before trying for the split-legged moonsault, but Hunter gets a foot up and kicks him right on the jaw as he comes down! Hunter quickly gets up and drives Renoir into the mat with a DDT! Hunter hooks a leg for the cover.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir kicks out at two! Hunter lifts Renoir into the air before slamming him to the mat with the body slam. Renoir stumbles back to his feet, only to be taken back down with a Russian legsweep.”

Dale McCoy: “Hunter runs to the ropes, but Ethan reaches in and trips him before pulling him out of the ring! Ethan goes for a clothesline, but Hunter ducks it before kneeing Ethan in the gut and slamming his face on the apron. Hunter slides back into the ring, but gets kicked on the head by Renoir! Renoir starts connecting with a few punches, but Hunter manages to block one before firing back with a salvo of his own!”

Oliver Evans: “Andrew creates enough space to hit a jumping heel kick enzuigiri. Renoir quickly gets up and tries to run at Hunter, but Hunter flips him with the hip toss…but Ethan O’Reilly just caught him! Ethan lifts Renoir up higher before sending him into the mat with a hellacious powerbomb!”

Dale McCoy: “Hunter looks surprised for a moment, but that surprise is quickly shattered when he gets kicked in the gut. Ethan O’Reilly tries to throw him through the ropes, but Hunter hangs on and slides back into the ring behind Ethan as he tries to pin Renoir. Andrew kicks him on the back of the head, but Ethan quickly stands up before running Hunter down with a clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “Ethan sends Hunter to the ropes with an irish whip before grabbing him and slamming him to the mat with a spinebuster! Ethan forces Hunter up before running and diving, forcing Hunter to slide on the mat and right out of the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “As Ethan turns around, Renoir flies into him with a jumping elbow. Renoir turns and bounces off of the ropes again before knocking Ethan to the mat with a flying forearm smash! Renoir runs and bounces off of the ropes before kicking Ethan in the face. As Ethan tries to get up, Renoir bounces off of the ropes and kicks him in the face a second time!”

Oliver Evans: “Ethan tries to get up again, and again is met with a kick to the face. Rinse and repeat! Renoir jumps and drops the knee into the face before hooking a leg.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan tosses Renoir off at two. Renoir tries to keep Ethan down with a few forearm shots, but Ethan grabs him and whips him into the ropes before crushing him with a clothesline! Ethan sends Renoir across the ring with another irish whip before charging into him with the turnbuckle thrust! As Renoir stumbles out, Ethan bounces off of the ropes and hits a huge running spear! He hooks both legs for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Andrew Hunter jumps into Ethan to break up the pin at the very last moment! Hunter bounces off of the ropes, but Ethan charges into him with a second spear! Ethan grabs the legs for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “And this time it’s Jean-Pierre Renoir who makes the save! Renoir kicks Ethan on the temple before running towards the ropes and jumping onto them for the springboard roundhouse kick, but Ethan O’Reilly catches him! O’Reilly twists and slams Jean-Pierre to the mat with the reverse thrown death valley driver! Ethan hooks a leg off the Excidio.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

Oliver Evans: “NO! The referee is signaling that it wasn’t three! Andrew Hunter managed to break up the pin just in time!”

Dale McCoy: “Andrew starts stomping on Ethan O’Reilly, refusing to allow him to get up! As soon as Hunter is forced off of him by the referee, however, Ethan is quick to spring to his feet and lift Hunter onto his shoulders! But Hunter is able to free himself after a few hard elbows to the face. Hunter runs and springboards off of the ropes for the crossbody, but Ethan catches him! Ethan tries toss Hunter onto his shoulders for the Excidio, but Hunter uses the momentum to slide down Ethan’s back and roll him up for a pin!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “But Hunter only gets two! Both men get to their feet, but Ethan once again lifts Hunter onto his shoulders. Hunter fights back with elbows again, before swinging himself around and DDTing Ethan into the mat! Hunter climbs onto the apron. As Ethan gets to his feet, Hunter tries for the Final Gambit, but Ethan suddenly runs forward mid rotation, catches Hunter, and powers him to the mat with the German suplex!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan sits on Hunter’s back and applies a rear chinlock! The camel clutch is locked in, and Hunter has nowhere to go! Hunter struggles in vain, trying to escape from the submission hold but finding himself unable to overcome either the weight or the strength of Ethan O’Reilly.”

Oliver Evans: “Hunter can’t even tap out if he wants to, because his arms are trapped behind the legs of Ethan O’Reilly. If he chooses to submit, Hunter will have to verbally say “I quit”, and thus deal with the extra humiliation that causes.”

Dale McCoy: “You’re right, and he may just have to deal with it, because I don’t see how he’s going to escape this submission hold. He’s already been in it for a decent amount of time, and the dreaded thought has to have creeped into his mind at this point.”

Oliver Evans: “Hunter has given up before in the past, and I think he will again here tonight! He’s screaming out in pain, and by now it is only a matter of time before he submits to Ethan O’Reilly’s superior strength.”

Dale McCoy: “Jean-Pierre Renoir finally recovers on the outside of the ring and realizes that Hunter is in a bad situation! He slides into the ring and kicks Ethan on the back of the head with a low dropkick! With Ethan out of the way, Renoir quickly picks Hunter up before spiking him into the mat with the piledriver! Jean-Pierre hooks a leg for the cover.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir rolls off of Hunter as Ethan comes flying in with an elbow drop! Hunter got that short-end of that stick! Renoir hops up and hits Ethan with a dropkick while also falling down onto Hunter for another cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall, Jean-Pierre Renoir!”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan O’Reilly tried to break up the pinfall, but he got there too late! Jean-Pierre Renoir manages to pick up the win and advance in this tournament!”

Oliver Evans: “What a move by Renoir! It looked as if Ethan O’Reilly was all set to win this match, but Renoir managed to get back in and take advantage of Hunter’s vulnerability to score the win!”

Dale McCoy: “Unfortunately for Ethan O’Reilly. If you look at it, Ethan really dominated this match except for the time when he was out on the floor. He came so close to winning on so many occasions, so this loss must be a tough one for him to take. He’ll probably feel as if he got screwed.”

Oliver Evans: “That’s the game in a triple threat match. I won’t argue that Ethan would have won this match if it was either an elimination match or if he could have kept both of these men down while he was going for pins, so as to prevent them from interrupting them. But Ethan didn’t manage to do that, and he didn’t manage to put Andrew Hunter away before Jean-Pierre Renoir could recover. It’s too bad for Ethan, but Renoir deserved this win.”

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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (January 15, 2012)   Mon Jan 16, 2012 5:23 pm

Green Day's "Having a Blast" starts blaring out of the speakers as the silhouette of the penultimate wrestler, covered in smoke and with a light show on, Colton Charles Cai Cobb raises from the ground with his back facing the crowd. He turns around as he steps off the platform and into the entrance ramp with a smirk on his face and an air of arrogance as he makes his way to the ring ignoring the loud boos which echo the ringside. He enters the ring with a mic in hand and waits for the booing to subside before he addresses the crowd.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "And thus my emancipation has come! First of all I want to thank Mr. Vogel for bailing me out after I was arrested for defending my honor. Though his action was not required, it is appreciated and I Colton Charles Cai Cobb always repay what I owe. Now on to the next item..."

Colton Charles Cai Cobb starts chuckling...

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "That is right, I am free of the stigma that has shackled my magnificence. I have proven myself last week when I made Paredyse tap. I made him submit inside this very ring and now he must submit to my will. It's funny that the little chihuahua named Paredyse who was last week just yapping annoyingly about what he will do with me is now washing the toilet in my private locker room with a toothbrush which I should say is a privilege for only a select few has ever entered my locker room let alone my toilet. Which reminds me, it's time to bring my new manservant out here. Come out Paredyse, come out and face your new master!"

C4 waits for Paredyse to come out.


Without any music, Paredyse limps out from the backstage of FTW. Although he smiles at the crowd and blows them a kiss, it’s obvious that Paredyse isn’t a happy puppy. Paredyse grimaces with pain form his knee as he walks down to the ring. Paredyse grabs a microphone before gingerly entering the ring.

Paredyse: “Yes Colton, you beat me at November to Remember, but let’s not forget that that was your second attempt. It took you two tries and a lot of weapons to find victory against me, which you still wouldn’t have found if you hadn’t injured my knee. You suffered a defeat by my hands and narrowly scored a victory, and yet here you are, once again proclaiming your false greatness! While I may be forced to be your manservant Colton, at least I am not a pompous, arrogant, prick who can’t back up what he says in the ring. Oh, and Colton, while the agreement was that I’d become your manservant, nothing says how good of one I have to be. I think you’ll soon find out that I am much more trouble than I’m worth.”

Colton frowns at the indignity his manservant is showing him. Colton brings the microphone up to his lips as if to make a reply, but then suddenly lashes out with a stiff kick to Paredyse's injured knee. As Paredyse drops to the mat, Colton grabs a fistfull of Paredyse's hair and says some words that the camera can't pick up to him. Colton then shoves Paredyse's face into the ground before exiting the ring and leaving Paredyse to clutch his hurt knee as the scene fades.



The scene opens backstage where we see the camera focused on none other than FTW's transsexual superstar, the flamboyant Boy Bakla.

Boy Bakla: "Well hellooooooooooooooooooooooo FTW! Tonight, I actually get a chance to vie for the FTW Television Championship... Now what can I say about this chance?"

Bakla pauses for effect...

Boy Bakla: "It's about time that this biatch get what is due to her, uh-huh that's right girlfriend. Finally I get to show FTW what I can do in the ring. Finally I get to make FTW take notice of moi! Now now, you may all say that I am nothing but talk, that I am a has been, that there is absolutely no way for me to win against my opponents in the triple threat tonight but what you all don't know is that I specialize in threesomes... I know how to handle two men at the same time so keep your eyes on lil' ol' me tonight for when this night is over, FTW shall be crowning a new Television Champion, and that champion will have a pair of C cups."

Bakla grabs the camera, pulls it close and kisses the lens smearing pink lipstick on it as the scene ends.




The quiet tranquility of The Watering Hole, so recently broken by Colton Charles Cai Cobb has just recently returned. Music is playing, people are drinking, and chips are falling. Overall, it’s a good time. However, like all good things, it was to come to an end. Suddenly, the door to the bar flies open as a man runs in.

Frantic man: “Holy shit! You guys aren’t going to believe this!”

The patrons of the bar look at one another in an annoyed fashion.

Pool Player: “What is it this time? Seen another Unicorn?”

The patrons laugh as the frantic man shakes his head.

Frantic man: “No, worse! This man was like an animal! Every dick he saw, he punched! I mean it, there was no dick left unpunched!”

Pool Player: “What the hell? Are you high again?”

Frantic man: “Listen to me! Guys were just running like crazy in every direction, cupping their balls! All I heard was the sound of grown men crying! It was a terrible scene too; it was just dicks and balls everywhere! I’m not even kidding dude, it was a dick massacre!”

Before anyone has a chance to speak, the door flings open as a man steps into the bar. The frantic man raises an arm and points at him.

Frantic man: “That’s him! That’s –Ugh!”

Before the frantic man could finish, the new guy dropped to his knees and punched the frantic man right in the dick. The frantic man falls to the floor, curling around his injured reproduction organ. The bartender looks worried enough to ask him a question.

Bartender: “Sir, are you alright?”

Frantic man: “No! My dick…it’s been killed!”

The other patrons don’t ask questions however. The pool player swings at the dick puncher, but he ducks it before punching him in the dick as well! The bouncer walks towards the dick puncher, but gets a kick in-between the legs for his trouble. Another patron spins the dick puncher around, but gets a thumb to the eye before receiving a kick to the balls.

Bartender: “Will someone get this asshole out of here!”

Despite the bartender’s pleas, no one moves. They have seen four men go down to this man, and now they aren’t too eager to have their reproductive organs broken as well. But the dick puncher doesn’t have that same hesitation. He walks over to another patron, grabs his beer, and smashes it over his head. As the patron falls to the floor, the dick puncher stomps on the man’s genitals. The other patrons decide to take action again. Three of them advance towards the dick puncher, but he’s prepared. He blocks a punch before judo tossing one of them through a nearby table. The dick puncher kicks another man’s knee out before grabbing his head and throwing into the groin of the third man. The dick puncher than punches each of the men’s dicks as the other patrons start to run out of the bar. The dick puncher grabs one of the running men and gives him a hard punch to the dick as a cop opens the door to the bar.

Cop: “Sir, you have to come with me.”

The dick puncher continues to punch the man’s dick as he talks to the cop.

Dick Puncher: “Hold on officer, this man’s dick isn’t dead enough. I’m trying to punch it to China.”

The Dick Puncher begins to sing a song as he continues to punch the man’s dick.

Dick Puncher: “That used to be where your dick was, but now it’s just a mushy pile of blood.”

As the cop approaches, the dick puncher suddenly turns and lunges, punching the cop right in the balls.

Dick Puncher: “Boop!”

The dick puncher turns and starts walking towards the door as the cop falls to the floor. The scene that greets him when he opens the door would be enough to make any other man run, but not the Dick Puncher. In front of him are five police cruisers with police officers behind them taking careful aim with their guns.

Police Chief: “Jefferson Saint, you are under arrest for...”

Before the chief can finish, Jefferson Saint suddenly runs towards the police force as the camera cuts to a black screen. A yell is heard as a dick is presumably punched. More yells follow as guns start being shot. This carnage lasts for just a few seconds until the scene dies down to just the sounds of grown men sobbing. The camera comes back to look at the face of Jefferson Saint.

Jefferson Saint: “This is just the beginning. I’ve got a contract with Full Throttle Wrestling, and now the police know to stay the hell away from me. Pretty soon, there will be no dick left standing. Sara McClellan, you will be mine! I’ll be the only person left on this planet with reproductive organs soon enough, and then, you’ll have to go out with me! Buwhahahahaha! This is population control at his finest, bitches! The 12th precinct no longer exists, there is no man or woman who can stop The Reproduction Killer!”

Laughing maliciously, Jefferson Saint drops down and punches the cameraman in-between the legs, causing the camera to fall to the floor and break, ending the scene.



The camera follows as Aaron Blake and Dmitry Petrovich walk through the hallways of Full Throttle Wrestling. It is quite clear that both men are very upset regarding the incidents of November to Remember, but it seems that they have other things on their minds right now. Turning a corner, Aaron and Dmitry catch sight of Lloyd Shields. Blake gestures at Shields before him and Dmitry walk towards him. As they reach him, Blake walks into his view while Dmitry waits behind him.

Aaron Blake: “Well, well, if it isn’t that new hotshot kid. Lloyd Shields, I saw your match at November to Remember, and I have to say that I was very impressed. You know, there’s a lot of bad management happening in FTW that you will want to avoid. There’s a new faction in town that is taking the law into its own hands, and it would benefit you to be a part of this revolution. Before you respond without thinking, I should like to remind you of your position. You are new, you know no one, and nobody is watching your back. Without friends like us, some low-down criminal can, and will, screw you out of your matches. However, if you join Treachery, not only will you have me to guide you through the politics and defend you from Adam Vogel’s corrupt administration, but you will also have the rest of Treachery to watch your back and make sure that no one cheats you out of your matches.”

Lloyd Shields goes to answer, but Aaron Blake cuts him off.

Aaron Blake: “Ah, ah, ah, think first. In these troubled times, you are the lone knight; you neither serve the red king nor the white king. While there are obvious advantages to taking the “American way” and remaining “neutral” until the right moment, but there is one major disadvantage to not joining Treachery; you lose. If you don’t join Treachery, then you are my enemy. If you are my enemy, then you will be hurt, it’s as simple as that. There are only two sides in FTW, and if you don’t pick one, then one will pick you. Choose wisely, because one side is clearly superior to the other.”

Aaron Blake waits for what he believes to be the easy answer.

Lloyd Shields: “I will not join Treachery.”

Blake frowns as he hears Lloyd’s refusal.

Lloyd Shields: “I’ve seen how Treachery operates, and I’m not about to align myself with a group whose creeds are deception and dirty play. I actually agree with what Adam Vogel did at November to Remember, because he was right; Dmitry Petrovich doesn’t deserve to hold any championships here in Full Throttle Wrestling. Your group happens to contain the most vile men on the roster, and all of them are exactly what we don’t need in Full Throttle Wrestling. You guys disrespect the fans every show we have with your actions, and more importantly, you disrespect the business. The only association I want to have with your group Blake, is as opponents in that ring.”

Lloyd Shields turns away from Blake and begins walking down the hallway, never noticing Dmitry Petrovich’s presence.

With a look of pure rage, Blake quickly waves for Dmitry to get him. Dmitry quickly catches up to Lloyd and throws him into a wall before striking the Texans with heavy right hand after heavy right hand. Lloyd turns and throws a few punches in return, driving Dmitry back, but Dmitry soon pushes him back and into the wall before kicking his head into the wall with a big boot. Dmitry begins stomping on the prone body of Lloyd Shields, but Aaron Blake soon taps Dmitry on the shoulder to signal that it is enough. As Dmitry Petrovich steps away from Lloyd, Aaron stoops down beside him.

Aaron Blake: “I warned you of what would happen, but you didn’t want to listen. But I’m not a monster, Mr. Shields, so I will give you one more warning. Stay out of Full Throttle Wrestling, or else you’ll just be in for more pain and punishment until your body can’t take it anymore. Have a nice day, love.”

With a mocking smile, Blake slaps the unconscious Lloyd Shields on the face a few times before getting up and walking away with Dmitry. After waiting until they are a safe distance away, the cameraman calls for help before leaning down to check on Lloyd.



Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a triple threat match and is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, Kazu Nagai!”

As Kazu Nagai steps out onto the entrance ramp along with his manager, Aaron Blake, the song "Kokoro Kayowasete" by the Homesicks begins to play. Nagai takes the cigarette he was smoking and puts it out using the bare flesh of his arm. After nonchalantly flicking the cigarette away from him, Kazu walks down to the ring for his match.

Taryn Shay: “Introducing next, Alexander Conway!”

"Suffer Unto Me" by Avenue F blares throughout the arena as Alexander Conway steps out from the backstage of FTW. He looks over the booing audience before he walks down to the ring.

Taryn Shay: “And introducing last, Boy Bakla!”

Cher's "Believe" start playing on the loud speakers as PINK lights start to flash above the entrance ramp. A light mist is released from the ground carrying the scent of lavender as the transsexual wrestler Boy Bakla leaps out from the back wearing a pink tank top and pink hot pants. It casually strolls down the entrance ramp blowing kisses to it's fans before it enters the ring with flourish and heads to it's corner waiting for the match to begin.

Dale McCoy: “We just saw Jean-Pierre Renoir win his match to advance to our Main Event, and one has to think that the ideal situation for Aaron Blake would involve Kazu Nagai winning this match to face Renoir in the finals.”

Oliver Evans: “Of course, because then Treachery will most definitely get the FTW Television Championship.”

Dale McCoy: “But if that happens, will Kazu and Renoir fight, or will Blake force one of them to take a dive? One has to think that neither man would accept that decision.”

Oliver Evans: “Honestly, I think a fight would be the best thing for Jean-Pierre Renoir and Kazu Nagai. Nothing solves problems like a good ass kicking.”

The bell is rung to signal the start of this match as the referee, Mark Davis, enters the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Conway and Bakla both go after Nagai, pelting him with punches as Nagai attempts to fight back. Due to his freakish pain tolerance, Kazu manages to push both of the other wrestlers back before knocking Bakla down with a big punch. Kazu turns and tries to clothesline Conway, but Conway ducks it. Kazu spins around for a discus clothesline, but Conway pulls Bakla in the way to take the blow for him!”

Oliver Evans: “Quick thinking from Conway. Conway connects with a high dropkick to the face of Nagai! Conway kicks Nagai in the face before catching him behind the ear with an enzuigiri, dazing the Japanese wrestler. Before Nagai can recover, Conway bounces off of the ropes and scores with a jumping double knee to the face! Nagai might be out as Conway hooks the leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Nagai manages to regain his senses and kick out at two. Bakla charges at Conway, but Conway sidesteps and pushes Bakla right into Kazu! The two clonk heads! Kazu falls back into the ropes as Conway pulls Bakla to the mat with the neckbreaker. Cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Bakla forces her shoulder up at two. Nagai tries to get at Conway, but Conway scores with a front dropkick that sends Kazu into the corner. Bakla spins Conway around and tries to punch him, but Conway ducks it before nearly decapitating Boy Bakla with that roundhouse kick!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu grabs Conway from behind, but Conway jumps and twist before connecting with a kick to the head, causing Kazu to stumble right back into the corner. Conway forces Bakla up before throwing her into the corner with Kazu. Alexander builds up some momentum before jumping into Bakla and Nagai! Conway backs off, only to charge back in and jump, driving both of his knees into Bakla’s face, which then causes Bakla’s head to snap back and collide with Kazu’s jaw.”

Oliver Evans: “Conway is just killing these fools right now. His experience and skill is just making these two look like droopy eyed children! They need to get their act together, or else Conway will be walking out of here with the easy win.”

Dale McCoy: “Conway sends Bakla across the ring and into another corner with the irish whip before grabbing Kazu and throwing him through the ropes and down onto the floor. Alexander charges at Bakla, but Bakla manages to catch Conway with an elbow! Conway stumbles away, but soon gets pulled to the mat by a Bakla bulldog! Bakla goes for a cover, but Conway kicks out before the ref can even count to one.”

Oliver Evans: “Bakla tries to lift Conway for a body slam, but Conway easily slips behind before pulling Bakla to the mat with a Russian legsweep. Conway runs to the ropes and uses them to land a springboard leg drop! Conway readjusts for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Boy Bakla manages to kick out at two. Conway backs away, waiting for Bakla to get to her feet. However, the transvestite is slow to get up, and Alexander doesn’t pay attention to Kazu Nagai sliding into the ring behind him with a steel chair. KAZU JUST SMASHED THAT STEEL CHAIR OVER THE BACK OF CONWAY’S HEAD! Conway drops to the mat, I think he’s unconscious!”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu rolls Conway over and goes for the cover, but Bakla kicks him to prevent it from happening. Kazu gets up and the two wrestlers begin exchanging punches, but Kazu easily gains the advantage before suplexing Bakla into the mat.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu rolls over and pulls Bakla back up before hitting a second suplex! Kazu repeats for the third amigo! Pulling Bakla back up, Kazu lifts her in to the air and holds her there. After stalling to allow more blood to rush to the head, Kazu drops down and drives Bakla’s head into the mat with the brainbuster! Kazu hooks a leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Conway jumps and stomps onto Kazu’s back to break up the pin. Kazu gets up and tries for a big boot, but Conway ducks it and bounces off of the ropes before jumping and knocking Kazu to the ground with the running calf kick!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu scrambles back up, but Conway kicks him in the gut and grabs him. Bakla runs over and tries to throw a punch, but Conway dodges it before grabbing Bakla. Conway falls back to the mat, pulling Kazu down with a DDT and Bakla down with a reverse STO! Conway grabs Kazu and throws him through the ropes.”

Oliver Evans: “Conway stands on the apron, preparing to attack Kazu when he gets up, but Bakla jumps with a dropkick and sends Conway falling to the floor! Kazu throws Conway into our table before pulling him back and slamming him to the floor with a back suplex!”

Dale McCoy: “Bakla tries to exit the ring, but Kazu sends Bakla away with a big boot to the side of the head! Kazu reaches under the ring and finds a table, which he eagerly sets up. Grabbing Conway, Kazu lifts him into the air before sending him through the table with a huge powerbomb! Conway’s chances of winning this match have just decreased by a large margin.”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu slides back into the ring, but gets kicked in the face by Bakla! Bakla grabs Kazu and tries for a snap suplex, but Kazu easily overpowers Bakla, and instead slams Bakla to the mat with a body slam.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu sends Bakla into the ropes with an irish whip before sending her high into the air with the back body drop! Kazu hits Bakla in the back with a few elbow shots before hitting a reverse suplex! Kazu pulls Bakla back up and this time hits a pumphandle slam! Kazu again pulls Bakla up before throwing her into the corner. Kazu charges in, but Bakla manages to move out of the way!”

Oliver Evans: “Rude awakening from Bakla, who is now hooking the leg for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One…”

Dale McCoy: “But Bakla only manages to get a count of one. Bakla hits a jawbreaker, but Kazu looks unfazed as he kicks Bakla in the gut and knocks Bakla to the mat with a heavy forearm. Kazu grabs Bakla and tries for a suplex, but Bakla manages to slip behind him and clips the leg! As Kazu falls to a knee, Bakla kicks him in the face before pulling him down with a DDT!”

Oliver Evans: “Bakla climbs onto the turnbuckle. Diving fist drop from the top rope! Bakla goes to go for the pin, but Alexander suddenly grabs Bakla from behind and hits a bridging german suplex!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Bakla manages to kick out at two. Conway grabs Bakla from behind for a second german suplex, but Bakla manages to fight him off with a few elbows. Clothesline from Boy Bakla! As Alexander gets back up, Bakla pulls him in close before slamming him to the mat with the northern lights suplex!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander pops the shoulder up at two. Kazu Nagai comes charging in at Bakla, but Bakla ducks and pulls the top rope down, causing Kazu to tumble over and onto the floor. Bakla turns back around in time to catch Conway with a kick to the gut. Spinning neckbreaker!”

Dale McCoy: “Conway groggily gets to his feet as Bakla grabs him. Bakla tries to entangle herself around Alexander, but Alexander easily escapes the attempted Sexual Harassment and instead pulls Bakla to the mat, catches Bakla's arm in a leg scissor and then locks his hands over Bakla's face and pulls Bakla's head backwards with the Canadian Crossface! Bakla is in a bad position here!”

Oliver Evans: “Bakla desperately tries to force Conway off, but isn’t able to! Bakla’s hand starts to hover over the mat, but Kazu Nagai suddenly kicks Conway in the head to break up the submission attempt!”

Dale McCoy: “Conway goes for an enzuigiri, but Kazu ducks it before grabbing Conway from behind and putting his head under Conway’s arm. Wrapping his arms around Alexander's torso, Kazu lifts Alexander into the air and falls backwards and drives Conway into the mat head and neck first. The Nagai Driver! Kazu hooks the leg for a pin.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Bakla breaks up the pin just in time! Bakla hits Kazu on the back a few times before jumping onto his back and wrapping her legs around him while applying a sleeper! Kazu grabs Bakla and pulls her over and down to the mat to break the submission hold. Kazu whips Bakla into the ropes before hitting Bakla with the big boot.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu pull Bakla up to her feet before lifting Bakla onto his shoulders. Before Kazu can hit any offense, however, Bakla rakes the eyes and slides down his back. Bakla grabs Kazu by the waist, but Kazu easily makes the switch and instead grabs Bakla by the waist.”

Oliver Evans: “But Bakla suddenly ducks down as Conway superkicks Kazu Nagai! Kazu’s fallen back into the corner!”

Dale McCoy: “Bakla tries for the clothesline, but Conway ducks it before superkicking Bakla into the ropes! As Bakla bounces back, Alexander Conway pulls her into a front facelock before scooping Bakla into the air and spiking Boy Bakla's head into the mat with a Northern Lights Bomb. The Signum Excellentiae! Leaving Bakla there, Conway grabs Kazu and lifts him onto the corner. Conway jumps and sends Kazu to the center of the ring with the Super Frankensteiner while landing on Bakla with the moonsault! What a move!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall, Alexander Conway!”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander Conway scores an impressive win, and now he’ll get to face Jean-Pierre Renoir next for the FTW Television Championship.”

Dale McCoy: “Boy Bakla and Kazu Nagai gave it their best attempts, but the savvy Conway seems to always be able to score the win.”

Oliver Evans: “He has experience, skill, and intelligence. Conway is legitimately one of the best wrestlers alive today, and that’s why he won. Hell, he was put through a table, hit with a finisher, and hit with a chair, and yet still managed to pick up the win.”

Dale McCoy: “We’ve said it before, Alexander is resilient. He’ll need that to defeat Jean-Pierre Renoir in our next match.”




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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (January 15, 2012)   Mon Jan 16, 2012 5:23 pm

Adam Vogel is walking back to his office with a cup of coffee when he is suddenly grabbed by Luke Forrester. The annoying man quickly makes his request.

Luke Forrester: “Forgive me for bothering you, Mr. Vogel, but would you mind answering a few questions for me?”

Adam Vogel frowns and sighs, but decides to show his approval with a nod. With a smile on his face, Luke Forrester asks his first question.

Luke Forrester: “Aaron Blake is seemingly attempting to drive you out of own company with his group, Treachery. How do you plan to prevent this?”

Adam Vogel: “Blake is a power-hungry fool. He tries all of these tricks and all of these plans in an attempt to gain what he lacks, but it never works. It didn’t work back in Maximum Action Wrestling, it didn’t work in Switzerland World Wrestling Federation, and it didn’t work anywhere else, so why the hell does he think that it’ll work here? I’m usually the reason that he fails! Blake is simply not as good as me, and in my own company, there are a lot of ways of making him suffer.”

Luke Forrester: “So the stripping of the titles was without reason then?”

Adam Vogel: “The titles were stripped for the reasons I said earlier, and yes, they were also stripped to limit Blake. I’m not above a little power abuse to stop his malicious plans. Despite what many may think, Blake has alienated more people than he knows, and these people would be happy to help me take care of him.”

Luke Forrester: “So…you’re planning on forcing Blake into submission by way of ring domination?”

Adam Vogel: “In a sense, yes. A lot of my plan revolves around having his troop being defeated in the ring on most occasions. No one will follow Blake if he can’t win them matches. But there is more to my plans than simple ring warfare; if Blake was as smart as he claimed to be, then he would realize who he was messing with and cease his actions.”

Luke Forrester: “At November to Remember, you bailed Colton Charles Cai Cobb out of prison. Why would you do that?”

Adam Vogel: “I bailed Mr. Cobb out of jail because it looked bad for the company to have one of its employees in custody. Besides, the cameras clearly showed that Colton was only defending himself from the numerous drunks inhabiting that bar.”

Luke Forrester: “Does that mean that you and Mr. Cobb are finally done being hostile with one another?”

Adam Vogel: “Hell no! Colton Charles Cai Cobb is a disgusting man; he’s on the level of Aaron Blake! He insulted my company, my roster, and me. Why would I forgive him for that? Besides all of that, Colton has a tremendous ego that quite frankly pisses me off. He’s a damned nuisance! And what he’s done to Paredyse is, in my opinion, pretty low. Paredyse doesn’t deserve to be a glorified slave, and I find it repulsive that Colton has turned him into one.”

Luke Forrester goes to ask another question, but Vogel puts a hand up to silence him.

Adam Vogel: “Look, my coffee’s getting cold, so this interview is over. See you around, kid.”

Adam pats Forrester on the back before walking away. Although once out of earshot, Vogel grumbles something under his breath as the scene fades to black.



Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is for the FTW Television Championship! Introducing first, Alexander Conway!”

Having remained in the ring after his last match, Alexander throws his fist into the air.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, Jean-Pierre Renoir!”

Noir Désir's "Le Vent Nous Portera" blares over the speakers as Jean-Pierre Renoir walks out onto the entrance ramp. Holding his fist high into the air, Jean-Pierre walks down to the ring. He climbs onto the apron, turns, and throws the fist up into the air again for a few moments before climbing into the ring and walking towards the turnbuckle. Climbing up, Espy holds his fist up into the air again before back flipping off of the turnbuckle and back into the ring. Jean-Pierre Renoir removes his jacket and hands it to a ring hand before waiting for the bell.

Dale McCoy: “These two men both won a triple threat match prior to this match. Alexander just got out of fighting his match, which might make this next fight more difficult for him. Jean-Pierre Renoir has had some time to recuperate after his match.”

Oliver Evans: “One could also make the argument that Conway took more damage in his match than Renoir did, since Conway was put through a table. But Renoir was pretty well worn down by Ethan O’Reilly. I think that whoever wins this match will be the man who is better.”

Dale McCoy: “I’m still giving a slight advantage to Jean-Pierre Renoir, but regardless, whoever wins this match will be able to say that they earned the FTW Television Championship.”

Oliver Evans: “And if that person actually manages to defeat Dmitry Petrovich, then they can really say that they’ve earned it!”

The bell is rung to signal the start of this match as the referee, Mark Davis, enters the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Renoir and Conway lock up, but Renoir takes the initiative with a quick knee to the gut. Renoir follows up with a knee to Conway’s face before running to the ropes and bouncing off of them for some extra momentum for a big clothesline!”

Oliver Evans: “It seems Renoir doesn’t want to waste any time in this match.”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir pulls Conway up before throwing him through the ropes. It looks like we’re about to see some high-flying offense from Renoir. Renoir runs to the other set of ropes and bounces off of them to build momentum. No hands over the top rope cannonball splash! Incredible!”

Mark Davis: “One!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir grabs Conway and brings him towards our table before slamming his head off of it! He’s rolling Conway onto our table; we should probably back up Dale.”

Mark Davis: “Two!”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir tries to jump onto the table, but Conway suddenly kicks him on the temple. Conway stands on the table while Renoir stumbles away. As Renoir turns around, Conway leaps from the table and grabs Renoir’s head before driving it into the floor with a flying DDT!”

Mark Davis: “Three! Four!”

Oliver Evans: “Conway rolls back into the ring to reset the count before rolling back out and grabbing Renoir. Conway drags Renoir over to the crowd barricade before motioning for the fans to clear out. Conway slams Renoir onto the barricade with a body slam. Yelping in pain, Renoir falls onto the fans’ side of the barricade.”

Mark Davis: “One!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander Conway slides back into the ring. He’s signaling for a huge move! Conway bounces off the other set of ropes for momentum before jumping onto the top rope and diving forward and over the crowd barricade before flying into Renoir with the senton!”

Oliver Evans: “Oh what the fuck!? How in the hell did he manage that kind of a jump!?”

Mark Davis: “One! Two!”

Dale McCoy: “Both men are down, this match might already be over if these men don’t make it back to the ring.”

Mark Davis: “Three! Four! Five!”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander uses the barricade to pull himself back to his feet. He’s holding the back of his leg though, where he presumably hit one of the fans’ chairs.”

Dale McCoy: “That is a dangerous place to be fighting; the chairs just create an environment that isn’t safe for those kinds of dives. Conway could have really hurt himself if Renoir had moved or if he didn’t hit Renoir squarely.”

Mark Davis: “Six!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir begins to stir as Conway climbs over the barricade and reenters the ring.”

Mark Davis: “Seven!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander wisely remains in the ring as Renoir pulls himself over the crowd barricade.”

Mark Davis: “Eight!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir gets to his feet and slides into the ring at the count of eight.”

Dale McCoy: “Conway kicks Renoir right on the nose! Renoir backs up into the corner…and Conway flies in with the running dropkick! Alexander grabs the stunned Renoir and lifts him into the air before dropping him on his head with the brainbuster! Conway hooks the leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir forces the shoulder up before the three. Alexander grabs Renoir and slams him to the mat with a suplex. Conway drops a knee onto Renoir’s arm before turning Renoir over and going for the crossface, but Renoir manages to scramble away.”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir goes for a low sweeping kick, but Conway front flips over it! Conway goes for a back flip kick, but Renoir dodges it before roundhouse kicking him in the face! Renoir grabs Conway by the arm and pulls him close before ducking down and hitting Conway in the face with his shoulder blade! Renoir pulls Conway to the mat with a side Russian legsweep before floating over and into the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Conway gets the shoulder up at the two. Renoir sends Conway into the corner with an irish whip! Conway stumbles out of the corner, holding his injured back, and walks right into a wheel kick!”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir begins stomping on the back of Alexander Conway, trying to capitalize on the damage that his stable mate inflicted earlier by putting Conway through the table. Pulling Conway up, Renoir hits him on the hurt back with a few forearms before lifting him up and bringing him down with the suplex! Back suplex from Renoir! Renoir pulls Conway up again, and this time scores with the backbreaker. Renoir hooks a leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “And Conway again kicks out at two. Renoir tries for another suplex, but Conway lands behind him before pulling him down for a rude awakening! Conway sends Renoir into the corner with the irish whip.”

Dale McCoy: “Conway charges in before jumping and connecting with the double knees! As Renoir stumbles out of the corner, Conway bounces off of the ropes and grabs Renoir’s head before spinning it to the mat with the neckbreaker! Conway hooks a leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir pushes Conway off at two. Renoir goes for the clothesline, but Conway ducks under it and grabs Renoir’s arm and head. Conway twists Renoir around before bouncing Renoir’s face off of his knee!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander Conway pulls Renoir into a front facelock before scooping Renoir into the air and spiking Renoir's head into the mat with a Northern Lights Bomb! The Signum Excellentiae! Conway hooks the leg for the pin, but the referee is being distracted by the sudden appearance of Aaron Blake!”

Oliver Evans: “Conway gets off of Renoir and tries to knock Blake off of the apron, but Blake jumps off just before Conway can make contact! Conway, in a fit of rage, kicks the ropes before rolling out of the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “Blake starts to run, but Conway ducks down and checks underneath the ring…what the hell?! Conway’s found a railroad spike! I thought we checked the ring before the show started?”

Oliver Evans: “Apparently not. Conway starts to run after Blake, now armed sufficiently. As he corners Blake, Renoir jumps off of the apron and hits Conway on the back with a double axe handle, causing Conway to drop the spike!”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir throws Conway into the steel steps before rolling him into the ring. Renoir grabs Conway and slams him to the mat with a gutwrench suplex. Renoir bounces off of the ropes before dropping the leg across the throat of Conway. Renoir pulls Conway back up before sending him into the ropes with an irish whip. Flapjack from Renoir! As Conway bounces off of the mat, Renoir hoists him into the air and slams him to the mat with the piledriver! Renoir rolls onto Conway for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Conway just barely manages to get the shoulder up before the three! Renoir looks annoyed, but undeterred. Renoir goes to the turnbuckle and pulls himself up before landing on Conway with the split-legged moonsault! He stays on top for the pin!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander again manages to get the shoulder up! Renoir pulls Conway onto a shoulder, but Conway manages to slide down the back. Alexander grabs Jean-Pierre around the waist before slamming him to the mat with a german suplex! Conway keeps his grip and pulls Renoir back up for a second german! And a third! Conway still isn’t letting go! He pulls Renoir up for a fourth german suplex!”

Oliver Evans: “Conway still isn’t done! Rolling over, Conway again pulls Renoir up before hitting a fifth german suplex! Conway pulls Renoir to his feet again for a sixth german suplex! Damn! He might as well just pin the guy right now!”

Dale McCoy: “Conway signals to the crowd that he’s going up. Conway climbs onto the turnbuckle before leaping onto Renoir with the frog splash! Conway hooks a leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match and NEW FTW Television Champion, Alexander Conway!”

Oliver Evans: “Aaron Blake is livid right now, but what can he expect? There was no way for Renoir to kick out after being hit by SIX german suplexes! That was just ridiculous!”

Dale McCoy: “And then Conway topped it off with the frog splash, which has actually scored him quite a few victories in his career. Now that move, which he abandoned for the flashier 630˚ senton, has just won him the FTW Television Championship.”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander Conway is only the second double champion here in Full Throttle Wrestling. He could become our first triple champion if he manages to win the FTW World Heavyweight Championship before losing either of the other belts. This was a tough break for Treachery though, as they had two members get beaten by Alexander tonight.”

Dale McCoy: “That’s true; I guess it’s back to the drawing board for Aaron Blake and his bank of ruffians…what a second! As Alexander was celebrating, Aaron Blake and Renoir hit him from behind! The two are beating him down!”

Oliver Evans: “They’re just showing the new champion how they feel about his win, nothing to worry about.”

Dale McCoy: “Ethan O’Reilly slides into the ring and helps Conway fight them off, but Kazu Nagai and Dmitry Petrovich enter and attack the Lords in an effort to help their stable mates!”

Oliver Evans: “And this is going to turn into another brawl…”

Dale McCoy: “Lloyd Shields and William LaCroix jump into the ring to assist Conway and O’Reilly, only to be attacked by Antonio Del Veccio. As Acid jumps in to even the odds, Eric Vogel and John Vogel slide in and tip the scale once more.”

Oliver Evans: “I was right, this is another brawl.”

Dale McCoy: “And now Michael Jones and Shiloh Jones have entered the ring, but they are followed by Tommy Gunn! Christian Grenier has now hit the ring an in attempt to help his mentors! Fists are flying all over the place as these two sides try and eliminate the other!”

Oliver Evans: “You know, these giant brawls have been happening at a lot of our shows…if I didn’t know better, I would say that Adam Vogel didn’t know how to run a federation.”

Dale McCoy: “Aaron Blake rakes Shiloh’s eyes before grabbing Dmitry and bailing from the ring. Now outnumbered, the rest of Treachery and the Corporation are soon forced out of the ring as well.”

As Treachery and The Corporation regroup on the outside, “Time to Shine" by Saliva blasts over the speakers as Adam Vogel steps out from the back with a microphone in hand.

Adam Vogel: “It seems that you all just can’t keep your hands off of one another. Well, since this is so, I think it’d be best if I actually make the fighting legal, rather than having you all just beat each other up. So, at our next Pay Per View, The Showcase, I want you all to put up or shut up. I want each of you to showcase your abilities to the fans in a series of matches. Now, there will be three matches involving you all in various combinations in this event. The first of which will be Acid vs. Antonio Del Veccio in a steel cage match!”

The fans and Acid show their approval for this while Antonio shakes his head in disgust.

Adam Vogel: “But wait, there’s more! Michael Jones and his brother Shiloh Jones will be involved in a tag team match against two men of Aaron Blake’s choosing.”

Michael and Shiloh high-five as Blake starts making plans with his men.

Adam Vogel: “Hold on Blake, let me finish before you make any plans.”

Blake looks a bit annoyed that Vogel still isn’t done, but nevertheless pays attention.

Adam Vogel: “William LaCroix will captain a team consisting of himself, Alexander Conway, Ethan O’Reilly, Christian Grenier, and Lloyd Shields in a 5 vs. 5 elimination tag team match! Aaron Blake, you’ll be able to pick your team for this too.”

As Adam Vogel stops talking, Aaron Blake briefly convenes with his group and The Corporation before grabbing a microphone.

Aaron Blake: “That’s fine Adam, we’ll play your little games. Antonio will destroy that masked loser, giving The Corporation and Treachery an easy one-up. My team for the ten man tag team elimination match will consist of the big Dmitry Petrovich, the menacing Kazu Nagai, Tommy Gunn, and your own sons, Eric and John! These men, led by my presence at ringside, will demolish William LaCroix’s team! With them out of the way, there’ll be no one left to stop us from regaining our stolen titles. As for Michael and Shiloh, those two morons will get the privilege of being beaten by your truly.”

Aaron Blake gestures at himself as the crowd boos.

Aaron Blake: “That’s right, I will team up with Jean-Pierre Renoir to earn an easy victory at The Showcase. Once we win all of these matches Adam, you will have no choice but to recognize Treachery and the Corporation as being the best wrestlers in Full Throttle Wrestling! You’ll also have to recognize that I am the better manager between the two of us as well!”

Adam Vogel smiles at Blake as he finishes his team picking.

Adam Vogel: “I’m glad you picked your teams so quickly, it saves me the trouble of waiting for your answer. I’ll see you at The Showcase, Blake.”

With a wave, Adam turns and disappears backstage. Treachery and the Corporation start heading up the ramp as well, discussion the news while they go. In the ring, all of the wrestlers who came out to help Alexander begin to discuss the event as well.

Dale McCoy: “Wow! That’s some blockbuster news from Adam Vogel!”

Oliver Evans: “Oh boy! I think The Showcase is going to be an awesome way to send off the year! I can’t wait!”

Dale McCoy: “I guess you’ll have to find something else to occupy your time, Oliver. Until then though, I’m Dale McCoy.”

Oliver Evans: “And I’m Oliver Evans, saying so long.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Velocity (January 15, 2012)   Mon Jan 16, 2012 5:26 pm

Since Vogel is busy, I posted the show. Shower me with your gratitude
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