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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - Wrestletopia Night 3 (February 25, 2012)   Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:50 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 night of Wrestletopia action! We have a lot of great matches tonight as the Adam Vogel Invitational continues to unfold."

Oliver Evans: "That's right, Dale. Round 2 of the Adam Vogel Invitational is coming to a head and will be as good, if not better, than our first round matches. The best part is, we still have the semi-finals and the finals to look forward to!"

Dale McCoy: "The field continues to narrow as we get closer and closer to those points Oliver. One has to wonder who is going to come out of tonight as the favorite, and who is going to advance in general!"

Oliver Evans: "If this tournament has shown us anything so far, it's that anything can happen...except for The Executive Brooklyn Producer getting a win."




VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a second round match in the Adam Vogel Invitational! Introducing first, Aiden Hollows!”

The arena’s lights dim down as the song “Personal Jesus” by Marilyn Manson begins to play. A purple spotlight falls onto the ramp as Aiden Hollows steps out from the backstage. The light follows him as he walks to the ring.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, David Strongcock!”

Sir Edward Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No.1 begins to play as David Strongcock walks down to the ring, interacting with the fans as he goes. As he slides in, David pulls his cape off and tosses it to a ring hand.

Dale McCoy: “Aiden Hollows and David Strongcock will be in the first of the second round matches tonight. Aiden Hollows stole his victory by using the ropes for leverage while Strongcock won his match fairly with his very unorthodox fighting style.”

Oliver Evans: “Unorthodox? Stupid and crude is more like it. This man shouldn’t even be wrestling in that ring.”

Dale McCoy: “That’s your opinion and you’re entitled to it.”

Oliver Evans: “You’re damn right I am.”

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

Dale McCoy: “As the bell sounds, Strongcock tells the referee that low blows will be legal on him. Strongcock is now inviting Aiden Hollows to exploit the new rule. Aiden Hollows drops to his knee and punches Strongcock in-between the legs, but hurts his hand! Strongcock merely laughs at the attempt.”

Oliver Evans: “What is his genitalia made out of? Steel? Is he the Human Tornado in disguise? Nope, he’s just a douche bag.”

Dale McCoy: “You can’t call people that on air, Oliver!”

Oliver Evans: “Oh really? Because I just did.”

Dale McCoy: “David grabs Aiden and slams his head into Strongcock’s cock! As Aiden bounces out from in-between David’s legs, David sends him into the corner with an irish whip. David Strongcock runs in and jumps to drive his cock into Aiden’s face!”

Oliver Evans: “This match has already gotten as repulsive as I expected it to.”

Dale McCoy: “As Aiden stumbles out of the corner, Strongcock hops onto the turnbuckle before leaping and driving his groin into Aiden’s face with the Flying Cock! David holds the shoulders down to the mat for the cover!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Thankfully, Aiden Hollows kicks out at two.”

Dale McCoy: “Strongcock drops his cock into the face of Aiden Hollows before running to the ropes, but Jefferson Saint hops onto the ring apron while the referee isn’t looking and clubs Strongcock on the back with a lead pipe! What the hell!?”

Oliver Evans: “Thank God someone is doing something about this moron.”

Dale McCoy: “As Strongcock stumbles forward off of the lead pipe shot, Aiden Hollows pulls him to the mat with the small package as the referee turns back around!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “Hollows does it! He advances to the third round after defeating the repulsive David Strongcock.”

Dale McCoy: “He didn’t defeat anybody! Jefferson Saint hit Strongcock with a lead pipe before this match could even really start! Strongcock was dominating Hollows at the onset of this contest, and based on his past performance, he might have already been closing in on the win.”

Oliver Evans: “All that matters is the end result, and the end result, is Hollows gaining the victory and advancing into the next round!”

Dale McCoy: “Unfortunately, that’s true. One loss and you’re out, regardless of circumstance.”




VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a second round match in the Adam Vogel Invitational! Introducing first, Darryl Devine!”

Darryl Devine struts out onto the ramp as “The Touch” by Stan Bush plays throughout the arena. Devine stops to smooth down his eyebrows before walking down to the ring, commenting all the way about how good he looks.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, Ace Hawkins!”

"Outrage" by Capital Lights begins playing throughout the arena as Ace Hawkins steps out onto the entrance ramp. Walking to the center of the ramp, he stops for a moment before throwing his arms out wide as a volley of pyrotechnics explode behind him. As they subside, the young man begins walking towards the ring, slapping the hands of any fan who reaches out to him. When he arrives at ringside, he hops onto the ring apron before hopping over the top-rope. He climbs onto a turnbuckle to strike a quick pose for the fans.

Dale McCoy: “Our last match ended very early and in a very unfortunate manner, but hopefully this match will make up for it.”

Oliver Evans: “You’re still whining because the rules were broken? Get over it.”

Dale McCoy: “I’m sorry that some of us actually care whether rules are enforced, Oliver. I’m sure Adam Vogel gets just as annoyed with your constant cheering on of rule breaking as everyone else does.”

Oliver Evans: “How dare you insinuate that Adam doesn’t like me! Adam loves my commentating!”

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

Dale McCoy: “Ace and Devine lock up as this match gets underway. Devine, being a bit bigger than Hawkins, manages to push him back and into the corner. The referee steps in as the two make a clean break.”

Oliver Evans: “Boring!”

Dale McCoy: “AS the two lock up for a second time, Darryl sticks his foot behind Ace’s and pushes him back, tripping him to the mat. Devine quickly dives on top and grasps Ace’s head into a firm headlock.”

Oliver Evans: “Still boring!”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins manages to slip free and get back to his feet, but as he does so, Devine gets up as well. Hawkins goes for a dropkick, but Devine swats him away. As Hawkins gets back up, Devine pulls him into a headlock and takes him to the mat with the headlock takedown.”

Oliver Evans: “Boring but smart.”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins says no when the referee asks if he wants to tap out. Hawkins slowly works his way to his feet, Devine keeping the hold locked on the entire time. Hawkins proceeds to elbow Devine in the gut, but Devine whips Ace to the mat by his hair to prevent him from getting an offensive started.”

Oliver Evans: “Devine should just pick up the pace and whip this kid. He’s green, so just kick his ass already!”

Dale McCoy: “As Ace gets back up, Devine hits him with a backhand chop, much to the crowd’s delight. Devine hits him without another chop as the crowd yells “wooo”. Devine continues to light Ace’s chest up with two more chops before Ace finally turns away from the abuse.”

Oliver Evans: “That kid’s chest is beat red!”

Dale McCoy: “As Ace turns back around, he gets doubled over by a kick to the gut from Devine. Devine stabs Ace on the back of the neck with the point of his elbow before pulling Ace Hawkins onto his shoulders. Devine throws Hawkins throat-first onto the ropes!”

Oliver Evans: “It looks like playtime is just about over.”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins crawls into the corner. Devine tries to follow him, but Hawkins pulls himself up and kicks Devine in the gut, creating a brief separation. Devine tries to come at him again, but Hawkins pulls himself up and kicks Devine in the face this time. As Devine stumbles back, Hawkins measures him before charging and catching him on the temple with a jumping knee.”

Oliver Evans: “Oh bloody hell! Now this greenhorn is going to make a comeback?”

Dale McCoy: “Devine hops up and charges at Ace, only to be put back on the mat by the hip toss. As Devine gets back up, Hawkins throws him back onto the mat with a second hip toss. Devine gets up again and again is put on the mat by an arm drag. Devine scampers back to his feet only for Hawkins to score with a deep arm drag. Devine gets up again, and this time, Hawkins leaps into the air and connects with a high dropkick!”

Oliver Evans: “Damn it! I was right! This kid, however exciting he may be, is making a comeback!”

Dale McCoy: “What the hell is wrong with you? Do you like Ace Hawkins or not?”

Oliver Evans: “I like Ace Hawkins, but I really wanted to see the younger guy get defeated because it seems like experience doesn’t mean anything in the wrestling world anymore.”

Dale McCoy: “Shut up, Oliver. Hawkins grabs Devine and pulls him over with a snapmare before jumping and kicking him on the back of the head. Hawkins quickly goes for the cover.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Devine makes the kick out at two. Hawkins pulls Devine up and tries for a suplex, but Devine blocks it! Devine pulls Hawkins into the air before dumping him to the mat with the scoop slam.”

Dale McCoy: “Darryl Devine pulls Hawkins up and gives him two hard punches to the gut before driving him into the mat with the DDT! Devine drops a knee onto the back of Hawkins’ head before lifting Hawkins into the air with a suplex. Holding him there, Devine suddenly decides to throw Hawkins forward and onto the mat back-first. Devine bounces on the ropes for momentum before driving his forearm straight into Hawkins’ face!”

Oliver Evans: “Devine gets up again before jumping and dropping his fist onto Hawkins’ face before grabbing a leg for the pin.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “But Hawkins still manages to get a shoulder up at the count of two! Devine grabs Hawkins by the hair and begins to pull him to his feet, but Hawkins suddenly throws off Devine’s hands before leaping and catching him behind the temple with an enzuigiri kick!”

Oliver Evans: “Devine is still standing! He’s barely standing, but he’s standing!”

Dale McCoy: “Spinning kick to the face from Hawkins knocks Devine down to the mat!”

Oliver Evans: “Nevermind!”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins pulls Devine to his feet before whipping him into the corner. As Hawkins starts to charge towards Devine, Devine runs out of the corner. Devine jumps into the air and punches the running Hawkins, knocking him down!”

Oliver Evans: “Hawkins might very well be unconscious as Devine goes for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “Hawkins again kicks out, this time just before the count of three! Devine lifts Hawkins up for a suplex, but Hawkins lands behind him! Hawkins quickly bounces off of the ropes before jumping and bringing his knee into the face of Devine with the Busaiku Knee Kick! Devine never saw that one coming! Hawkins grabs a leg for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “The exciting kid scores a win over the experienced veteran. This is another loss for wrestling.”

Dale McCoy: “What? This should be a win for wrestling! This shows that the ring isn’t dominated by old men, it can be dominated by whoever is the all-around best wrestler.”

Oliver Evans: “I guess you can choose to look at it from that perspective, but I choose to look at it as being a sign that experience doesn’t win matches anymore in professional wrestling, and that the older men who can’t do all the things the younger guys can do are going to slip down the ladder.”

Dale McCoy: “Devine is still a really young guy, Oliver. I think you are putting way too much stock into this. Or are you trying to show Vogel how deep you can be as to improve your chances of keeping your job?”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Wrestletopia Night 3 (February 25, 2012)   Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:53 pm



VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a second round match in the Adam Vogel Invitational! Introducing first, Aldo van Eyck!”

"Screaming Bloody Murder" by Sum 41 begins playing throughout the arena as Aldo van Eyck walks out from the backstage and onto the ramp. The crowd bursts into a frenzy of boos at the sight of the Dutch wrestler, but Aldo merely laughs at those in attendance before walking down to the ring. Aldo van Eyck slides into the ring and waits for the start of the match.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, Dmitry Petrovich!”

Svyaschennaya Voyna, composed by Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov, plays throughout the arena as Dmitry Petrovich steps out onto the ramp followed closely by his manager, Aaron Blake. Dmitry ignores the audience completely as he walks down to the ring. After climbing into the ring, Dmitry waits patiently for the bell to ring as Aaron Blake gives him some last minute advice.

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck is in for a rough night tonight. He’s a small guy going up against the very powerful Dmitry Petrovich. While Aldo has shown he can defeat larger competitors when he defeated Tommy Gunn rather easily, he hasn’t gone up against someone like Dmitry.”

Oliver Evans: “That’s absolutely true. I like Aldo, but I am afraid that Dmitry is just going to decimate him right here.”

Dale McCoy: “I don’t think Dmitry will decimate Aldo, but I do believe it’ll be an uphill battle for Aldo. Dmitry did have a hell of a match with William LaCroix that really wore Dmitry down for this match. Aldo may very well hit a big move and score the victory.”

Oliver Evans: “I don’t really see it happening.”

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

Dale McCoy: “As the bell sounds, Dmitry pushes Aldo to the mat with a hard shove. Aldo look annoyed as he gets back to his feet, only for Dmitry to deck him with a big punch that knocks Aldo to the mat!”

Oliver Evans: “What’d I tell you? Aldo is getting dominated.”

Dale McCoy: “As Dmitry goes for another punch, Aldo grabs the referee and uses him as a human shield, prompting Dmitry to stop his attack! The official starts to struggle, but Aldo pulls him out of the ring and to the floor. The official and Aaron Blake begin to admonish the Dutch wrestler.”

Oliver Evans: “While everyone’s distracted, William LaCroix slides into the ring! As Dmitry turns around, he gets leveled by the Riot Run! Aldo sees this and pushes the referee into Aaron Blake before sliding into the ring and going for the cover! As the referee enters the ring, Blake is left to wonder what the hell just happened!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall, Aldo van Eyck!”

Dale McCoy: “Aaron Blake’s figured out what’s happened as he sees LaCroix leaving up the ramp. Blake’s furious!”

Oliver Evans: “Of course Blake is furious, his main star just got punked out by guy he had defeated on night one!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck advances again without much trouble. This guy has a knack for getting good situations it seems.”

Oliver Evans: “To be fair, Aldo had an amazing strategy on his first night that allowed him to get here unscathed for the most part.”



VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a second round match in the Adam Vogel Invitational! Introducing first, Ray Kamaura!”

"Sound Of Madness" by Shinedown starts to play as Ray Kamaura begins striding towards the ring. His seven foot frame towers over everything until he comes to the apron. Ray grabs the top rope and steps onto the ring then over the ropes into the ring. He swiftly moves to a turnbuckle and climbs it raises one arm into the air.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, Titan!”

Fireworks go off as “Fallback” by Spineshank begins to play. After a few moments, Titan steps out onto the entrance ramp followed by Matthew Strong, Johnny Faith, and Vincent Nothing. The four men exchange a few looks with one another before walking down to the ring. Titan slides into the ring while his three associates stay at ringside.

Dale McCoy: “Ray Kamaura managed to score an important win in his career at the start of this weekend when he defeated Boy Bakla to advance into this match.”

Oliver Evans: “While I agree that the win was important for his career, I don’t think that he’ll manage to get off his losing ways just yet. Tonight he is going to be facing the powerful Titan.”

Dale McCoy: “But you forget that Ray Kamaura is powerful in his own right. Not only that, Kamaura also has a substantial weight and height advantage. Titan may be strong, but I don’t think that he has too much of an advantage here tonight.”

Oliver Evans: “Well I do, and I think that you will realize how wrong you are here in just a bit.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Kamaura immediately goes to kick Titan in the gut, but Titan catches the leg. Titan holds the leg with one arm while grabbing Kamaura’s hip and lifting him into the air before slamming him to the mat with a spinebuster!”

Oliver Evans: “And Titan has made his strength known right off the bat!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan pulls Kamaura up before whipping him hard into the ropes. As Kamaura reaches the ropes, Titan suddenly charges forward and connects with a surprise clothesline that sends Kamaura over the ropes and down to the floor.”

Oliver Evans: “Titan follows Kamaura out. Titan bounces Kamaura’s head off of our announce table before sending him into the crowd barricade with a hard irish whip. Titan grabs Kamaura’s head and slams it against the steel ring post before rolling Ray into the ring!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan slides in after him and drops a big elbow down and onto the chest. Titan pulls Kamaura up and into the air with the gorilla press! Wow! He’s holding up all of that weight!”

Oliver Evans: “Impressive!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan holds Ray there for another for seconds before catching Ray onto a shoulder and slamming him to the mat with the powerslam! Titan scores with a belly to belly suplex before signaling for the Fall from Grace.”

Oliver Evans: “Wait a minute! Those three mystery men who had appeared at our first night of Wrestletopia are back and they’re heading to the ring!”

Dale McCoy: “They’ve got Titan’s attention. He calls at them from the ropes, trying to goad them into entering the ring, but the mystery men stop once they reach ringside. Unsatisfied, Titan turns to get back to business, but Ray Kamaura grabs him by the throat before lifting him into the air and slamming him to the mat with the Game Changer!”

Oliver Evans: “That’s the move he put Bakla away with! Titan might be in trouble!”

Dale McCoy: “Ray hooks a leg for a pretty tight cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “But Titan gets the shoulder up at two! Ray Kamaura hasn’t done enough damage to Titan yet to score the pin.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan tries to get to his feet even after taking that impressive chokeslam. Kamaura decides to let Titan get to his feet before bouncing off of the ropes and connecting with a big boot to the back of the head! Kamaura pulls Titan up and goes for an irish whip, but Titan reverses it and instead sends Kamaura into the corner!”

Oliver Evans: “Titan runs into Ray with a clothesline before lifting him onto the turnbuckle. Titan climbs up after him and tries to take Kamaura into the ring with a superplex.”

Dale McCoy: “Kamaura is hanging on for dear life! Titan starts to club Ray with his forearm, but Ray fights back! Ray manages to hit Titan with a hard headbutt that almost causes Titan to fall from the turnbuckle. Ray lifts Titan into the air before jumping off of the turnbuckle and slamming Titan into the mat with the super Falcon Arrow!”

Oliver Evans: “That hurt Kamaura’s legs and ass, but it hurt Titan so much more. Kamaura rolls on top of Titan for a cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “Even after a move like that, Titan manages to get his shoulder off of the mat before the three! Ray Kamaura calls out for the End Game, but some action at ringside stops him from actually going for it.”

Oliver Evans: “One of the mystery men has started brawling with Vincent Nothing! As Vincent Nothing starts to gain the advantage, the other two mystery men attack him to help their friend. Matthew Strong and Johnny Faith join the brawl on Nothing’s side!”

Dale McCoy: “Kamaura tries to get the wrestlers to stop fighting by yelling at them, but that doesn’t work. Kamaura starts to exit the ring, but Titan comes out of nowhere and catches Kamaura on the temple with a hard knee! Kamaura almost tumbles out of the ring, but Titan pulls him back in before lifting Kamaura up and into a delayed vertical suplex before swinging Kamaura down and slamming him to the mat while dropping to a seated position with the Fall from Grace! Titan goes for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “Titan rolls out of the ring and grabs one of the mysterious DWMA members before throwing him into the crowd barricade! The other two DWMA members, now outnumbered, quickly create some separation from Relentless!”

Dale McCoy: “Relentless begin to celebrate their win when they realize that the one mystery member from the DWMA is still down. Matthew Strong walks over to the man and prepares to reveal his face to the camera…”

Oliver Evans: “Who turned out the lights!? Waa! They’re back on!”

Dale McCoy: “All of the members of the DWMA are gone! This is getting a bit weird…”


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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Wrestletopia Night 3 (February 25, 2012)   Thu Apr 05, 2012 11:02 pm



The magician named Blackfire shuffles his deck of cards while his doves sit in front of him watching is every move. As Blackfire finishes shuffling the deck, he holds it out to the doves before hovering a hand over the deck. He starts to move his hand in circles above the deck of cards before going low enough that his hand completely impairs sight of the deck. As his hand continues to move, the deck comes back into view, now reduced to only one card. Blackfire hold the hand he was making the motion with up to the doves and the camera, showing it to be empty, before holding up the last card, the Ace of Spades, with his other hand.

Blackfire: “Is this your card?”

Archimedes bobs his head as if to say, “Yes, that is my card” to Blackfire. Blackfire turns to face the camera after having his trick confirmed by the doves.

Blackfire: “Last night I handed Christian Grenier his first loss in Full Throttle Wrestling to earn myself a second round match against Antonio Del Veccio. While winning that match, I also showed that I am not a fake or a phony, but that I am a real magician when I threw that fireball into Grenier’s face. However, because of this, some critics are questioning how legal it is for me to be a wrestler. They say that my abnormal abilities give me too much of an advantage over my competition, but I don’t think that I have an unfair advantage. When a guy like Dmitry is born taller than other people, is he told that he has an unfair advantage? The answer is no. I am merely playing with the hand that I have been given, and if you don’t like it, then I suggest you step aside and shut up, because this Ace isn’t going anywhere.”

Blackfire flicks the Ace of Spades into the camera before getting up and walking away from the camera as his doves take flight to follow him. The camera zooms in on the Ace of Spades as the scene fades.



VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a second round match in the Adam Vogel Invitational! Introducing first, Blackfire!”

As "Black Sheep" by Metric begins playing throughout the arena, a dole of white doves fly out of the backstage in slow motion as Blackfire steps out onto the ramp. Blackfire stops and holds out a hand, which his favorite dove, Archimedes, lands on. He rubs Archimedes' head for a brief moment before tossing Archimedes into the air once more. Blackfire pulls a deck of cards out of his pocket before walking to the ring with the doves in tow. As he enters the ring, his eight doves pair off and land on each of the turnbuckles. Blackfire sets the deck of cards down in a corner before taking off his hoodie, tie, and mask. He hands them to a ring hand before waiting for the start of the match.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, Antonio Del Veccio!”

As "Any Means Necessary" by Hammerfall blasts throughout the arena, the Italian wrestler, Antonio Del Veccio, walks out onto the stage. He holds a finger into the air before walking down to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “The magician who has literally come out of nowhere to advance to this match will be facing the Italian superstar Antonio Del Veccio to determine who will advance to the third match in the Adam Vogel Invitational.”

Oliver Evans: “I’ve heard from Antonio and Aaron Blake that they don’t consider Blackfire to be a threat unless he cheats by using magic. For the most part though, they think he’s a joke.”

Dale McCoy: “I think it’s very dangerous for them to be underestimating Blackfire. And his magic isn’t illegal, in fact, Adam Vogel told me and the referees that it was 100% legal.”

Oliver Evans: “That’s because Adam Vogel wants Blake’s man to be defeated, otherwise, he would rule it illegal.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Antonio Del Veccio just spit on Blackfire! Blackfire wipes the spit off of him with disgust as Antonio grabs his deck of cards. Antonio throws the entire deck into Blackfire’s face before yelling at him about how much of a joke he is!”

Oliver Evans: “Antonio is giving him some verbal abuse to start this match off.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire bends down to gather up his deck, when Antonio slaps him across the face, knocking Blackfire onto his rump. Blackfire gets back to his feet and pushes Antonio. Clearly, Blackfire has had enough of being insulted.”

Oliver Evans: “Antonio turns and swings at one of Blackfire’s doves but misses and this has set Blackfire off! He takles Antonio to the mat and begins raining down with punch after punch until the referee pulls him away!”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio crawls into the corner as Blackfire comes back over. Blackfire begins stomping on Antonio as the referee begins to make a count!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three! Four!”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire backs off before the count of five before moving back in to renew the attack, but Antonio grabs him and pulls him face-first into the turnbuckle pad!”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio Del Veccio gets up and starts kicking Blackfire in the ribs while Blackfire is still in the corner. The referee begins the count and gets to four before Antonio backs away, but Antonio is quick to charge in and knee Blackfire in the ribs! Antonio continues with the knees until the referee physically pulls him away from Blackfire.”

Oliver Evans: “But Antonio pushes the referee out of his way and continues his attack to the ribs of Blackfire while he trapped in the corner!”

Dale McCoy: “Michael Bull again pulls Antonio out of the corner. Antonio holds his hands up, complying with the referee. Antonio points towards the ramp and distracts the referee for a moment. As the referee turns back around, Antonio kicks him on the chin with the superkick!”

Oliver Evans: “With the referee down, there’s no one who call for the bell!”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio charges in towards Blackfire again, but Blackfire gets both feet up and into Antonio’s jaw! Antonio goes down! Blackfire pulls himself onto the turnbuckle before leaping and landing on Antonio with an elbow drop! Blackfire stays on top for the pin, but the referee is still out!”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire gets up to check on the referee, only to be caught by a jumping knee to the ribs by Antonio that knocks him through the ropes!”

Dale McCoy: “As Blackfire gets to his feet while clutching his ribs, Antonio suddenly baseball slides under the ropes and kicks him on the back of the head! Antonio, now outside with Blackfire, punches him a few times in the rib before whipping him into the guard rail! As Blackfire steps out holding the back of his ribs, Antonio spears him into the crowd barricade again!”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire’s ribs are being completely destroyed here!”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio stomps on Blackfire’s ribs a few times before measuring and connecting with a soccer kick to the injured ribs! Antonio looks underneath the ring and finds a steel chair, he’s going to use an illegal weapon!”

Oliver Evans: “Nothing is illegal when the referee is down.”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio raises the chair high above his head, but Blackfire hits him in-between the legs, causing him to drop the chair! Blackfire picks the chair up and cracks it over Antonio’s head before tossing it away and rolling Antonio into the ring.”

Oliver Evans: “That plan backfired big time for Antonio!”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire goes for the cover, but the referee is still down. Blackfire gets up and goes to check on the injured official again, leaving Antonio to recover.”

Oliver Evans: “As Blackfire gives up on the referee, he turns and walks right into a superkick from Antonio! Antonio is now stomping on the ribs!”

Dale McCoy: “After doing what he considers sufficient damage, Antonio starts to pull Blackfire to his feet, but Blackfire grabs Antonio’s face and uses his magic to put Antonio into a deep slumber with the Goodnight Palm! Blackfire falls on top of Antonio as the referee recovers enough to look over!”

Michael Bull: “One…Two…Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire stole this victory by using magic, an illegal weapon, and a low blow. Nice!”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio attempted to use the weapon first, and he had laid out the referee. Blackfire may have stooped to the level that you like, Oliver, but I don’t think he’ll be at that level every single night.”

Oliver Evans: “We’ll see, but I have a feeling that this bloke is rotten!”

Dale McCoy: “I highly doubt it.”



VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a second round match in the Adam Vogel Invitational! Introducing first, Colton Charles Cai Cobb!”

Bond's "Explosive" 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, flexes and stretches waiting for the match to begin.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, Paredyse!”

I'm in Heaven (When You Kiss Me) by ATC begins to play throughout the arena. After allowing it to play for a few seconds, the lip-gloss and eyeliner wearing flamboyant male named Paredyse prances down to the ring. He rolls in before blowing a kiss to the crowd and giving them a suggestive wink.

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse earned the right to face Colton here tonight. Could Paredyse possibly get revenge for their last meeting by defeating Colton here tonight and eliminating him from the tournament?”

Oliver Evans: “Dale, I really doubt that Colton has come this far just to lose to his manservant.”

Dale McCoy: “Well tonight Paredyse has the opportunity to defeat Colton, regardless of their forced relationship, and I think that he will indeed win this match.”

Oliver Evans: “Then you are an idiot, Dale.”

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

Dale McCoy: “What the…? Colton is demanding that Paredyse lay down for him!”

Oliver Evans: “Well, Paredyse is his manservant, so Paredyse should do as he says and lay down.”

Dale McCoy: “No he should not! Paredyse earned the right to be in this match, so Paredyse should continue to fight to earn the FTW World Heavyweight Championship.”

Oliver Evans: “That sounds nice, Dale, but Paredyse lost to Colton and became his manservant, so Paredyse has to do whatever Colton says.”

Dale McCoy: “Oh come on! Paredyse is laying down for Colton! This is ridiculous!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall, Colton Charles Cai Cobb!”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse did exactly what he was supposed to do – lose.”

Dale McCoy: “This kind of garbage is the reason that people hate Colton. He ruins our tournaments and our matches with these kind of actions.”

Oliver Evans: “He got the win, which is the only thing that matters in this business. You can put on a great show every night and lose and you will still find yourself on the unemployment line. Colton is just being smart, Dale.”

Dale McCoy: “No, Colton’s being a coward, that’s what he’s doing.”



VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a second round match in the Adam Vogel Invitational and it is for the FTW Television Championship! Introducing first, the challenger, 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: “And now introducing his opponent, he is the FTW Television Champion, Alexander Conway!”

"Junkies for Fame" by Shinedown blasts over the arena as Alexander Conway steps out from the backstage of FTW. He stops on the ramp and holds a fist into the air as a series of pyrotechnics explode behind him. Once they subside, Conway pulls his vest off and tosses it onto the ground as he walks to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai hasn’t been too successful in his past few matches in Full Throttle Wrestling. In fact, his old rankings before his win last night was a -1. One has to think that Kazu Nagai is trying to use this tournament as a new jump off point for his career here in Full Throttle Wrestling and in the wrestling world in general.”

Oliver Evans: “Basically everyone’s motivation in this tournament is to increase their standings and improve their careers. If that isn’t your goal, then you are an idiot!”

Dale McCoy: “Well tonight, Kazu can not only continue to improve upon his career, but he can also come out of this match as the new FTW Television Champion due to the stipulation that the title has to be defended in any singles match-up.”

Oliver Evans: “Which is not a blessing for Alexander Conway, who at any time, can find himself no longer being a double champion.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai starts this match out with a quick boot to Conway’s gut. Kazu Nagai grabs Conway’s head before turning and pulling Conway onto his back. Kazu grabs Conway’s leg before running forward and leaping back and onto Conway with all of his weight!”

Oliver Evans: “That move as a double whammy! Not only did Conway get driven into the mat, but Kazu also landed on top of him!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai pulls Conway to his feet before pulling him into a short-arm clothesline. Kazu Nagai pulls Conway into the air before slamming him to the mat with a body slam. Kazu again pulls Conway to his feet before slamming him to the mat with a suplex! Kazu turns over and pulls Conway up before following his first one with a second suplex! And a third! And a fourth! Kazu pulls Conway into the air for what appears to be a stalling suplex, before throwing Conway forward, catching him, and slamming him to the mat with a sit-down powerbomb! Kazu grabs Conway’s legs before turning him over and locking him into the boston crab!”

Oliver Evans: “This is the same hold that Lloyd Shield wore Conway down with last night! A large portion of that match was spent weakening Conway’s back, and now we’re seeing the effects. Conway is screaming in pain as a result of this submission hold!”

Dale McCoy: “Conway slowly drags Kazu Nagai to the ropes and begins reaching for them, but he can’t get a hold of them because of Aaron Blake! Blake’s pulling on the ropes just enough so that they are out of Conway’s reach! But Conway manages to push forward and grab the rope anyway!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three! Four!”

Oliver Evans: “Kazu Nagai releases the submission at the count of four before pulling Conway back into the center of the ring. Kazu drops an elbow onto Conway’s back before getting up and jumping onto Conway’s back with both knees!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu wraps an arm around Conway’s face and grabs both legs while keeping his knees pressed into Conway’s back. Kazu falls onto his back while pushing with his knees and pulling on Conway, creating a bow and arrow submission hold! You don’t see this move used to often anymore, but boy is it effective!”

Oliver Evans: “Conway again finds himself screaming in pain as he tries to find an escape, but that’s the beauty of the bow and arrow, you can’t pull yourself to the ropes when you are locked in this move!”

Dale McCoy: “Conway tries to squirm around enough to break Kazu’s grip, but Kazu is just too strong. Nagai continues to wrench back on Conway, pulling him over the knees and increasing the pressure of this hold! The referee asks Conway if he wants to tap, but Conway says no.”

Oliver Evans; “Kazu Nagai has been dominating this match since its start, focusing on the back of Conway. One has to wonder just how long Conway can last.”

Dale McCoy: “Wait a second, Conway has managed to hit Kazu with an elbow! And now Conway’s just going town, Kazu got sloppy with his submission and has given Conway an opportunity!”

Oliver Evans: “An elbow finds its way to Kazu’s nose, causing Kazu to finally release Conway from the submission hold!”

Dale McCoy: “Conway quickly gets to his feet, but Kazu knocks him back to the mat with a clothesline before throwing Conway with a belly to belly suplex. Kazu grabs both of Conway’s legs and wraps them around his own before trying to turn Conway over, but Conway reaches up and pulls Kazu into a tight small package!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “Alexander quickly rolls out of the ring and out of harm’s way as Kazu Nagai begins to throw a fit over his loss.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu Nagai was once again foiled by a smaller competitor, but this loss must be hard to take considering that the small package was the only move Conway used during this entire match! Kazu Nagai was actually dominating Alexander!”

Oliver Evans: “You can bet that Kazu Nagai and Aaron Blake will be wanting another match with Alexander Conway somewhere down the line. Kazu Nagai was very close to winning that FTW Television Championship and possibly this entire tournament before this point. He was, after all, completely fresh.”



VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a second round match in the Adam Vogel Invitational! Introducing first, Matthew Strong!”

Fireworks go off as “Fallback” by Spineshank begins to play. After a few moments, Matthew Strong steps out onto the entrance ramp followed by Titan, Johnny Faith, and Vincent Nothing. The four men exchange a few looks with one another before walking down to the ring. Matthew Strong slides into the ring while his three associates stay at ringside.

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: “Jean-Pierre Renoir was lucky enough to have to face John Vogel in the first round. John, gullible as always, actually thinks that Aaron Blake is going to help his career, and accepted an offer to join Treachery by laying down for Renoir.”

Oliver Evans: “And what a smart move that was! Now the Fortunate Sons might actually win the tag team championships.”

Dale McCoy: “I don’t think that Blake is really interested in their careers. Why wouldn’t Blake let John Vogel continue on to the second round?”

Oliver Evans: “Because John Vogel is primarily a tag team wrestler while Renoir is a singles competitor. Renoir has the better chances of winning.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Jean-Pierre Renoir starts this match out with a punch to Strong’s face. Renoir ducks a retaliatory punch before clonking Strong on the back of the head with an elbow that sends him to the mat. Renoir stomps on Strong a few times before grabbing him by the arm and sending him into the ropes with the irish whip. Renoir goes for a clothesline as Strong comes back, but Strong ducks under it before using the other set of ropes for momentum to hit a clothesline of his own.”

Oliver Evans: “Strong grabs Renoir by the hair and bring him to the corner before slamming him face into the turnbuckle pad over and over and over until the referee moves to intervene. Before the referee can though, Strong releases Renoir, who stumbles around, before kicking him in the gut and driving him to the mat with the DDT!”

Dale McCoy: “Strong quickly pulls Renoir up and onto his shoulders before flipping Renoir over with the fireman’s carry and catching the back of Renoir’s head onto a knee! Strong drops down for the cover and hooks the leg.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “But Renoir isn’t going down so easily and kicks out at two.”

Dale McCoy: “Strong lifts Renoir up for a suplex, but Renoir hits Strong on the head with a knee before dropping behind him and pulling him down onto a knee for a backbreaker before pulling him to the mat with the reverse DDT!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir pulls Strong up and onto his feet before grabbing Strong by the arm and pulling for an irish whip before changing tactics and catching him on the back of the head with an enzuigiri!”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir runs to the ropes and bounces off of them before front flipping and landing on the back of Strong’s head with a leg drop! Renoir pulls Strong up just to connect with a dropsault that puts Strong right back down!”

Oliver Evans: “Renoir whips Strong into the corner before running in and striking Strong on the jaw with a jumping forearm!”

Dale McCoy: “Renoir turns and runs to the opposite corner, but Strong suddenly gets a burst of energy and follows him! As Renoir turns around, Strong grabs the ropes and uses them to help him get more impact behind an enzuigiri kick to Renoir’s head! As Renoir stumbles out of the corner, Strong quickly lifts Renoir onto his shoulders and into a fireman’s carry before throwing him forward while dropping to the mat, sticking both of his knees up and into the gut of the falling Renoir with the White Light Experience! Strong rolls Renoir over for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “Wow! Strong caught Renoir completely by surprise and managed to pull out a quick victory!”

Dale McCoy: “This match is a prime example of how quickly a match can change and a winner can be produced.”

Oliver Evans: “It only takes three seconds to win Dale, and Matthew Strong proved that a finisher can be used at any point in the match to produce that result.”

Dale McCoy: “So Matthew Strong will move on to the next round in the Adam Vogel Invitational. Unfortunately, that will have to wait until tomorrow. I’m Dale McCoy.”

Oliver Evans: “And I’m Oliver Evans, saying so long.”
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