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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - Wrestletopia Night 4 (February 26, 2012)   Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:02 am



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 our final night of the Wrestletopia weekend! Tonight, we will finally witness the finals of the Adam Vogel Invitational!"

Oliver Evans: "We'll also finally have a FTW World Heavyweight Champion again. It's been a long while since we've had one of those."

Dale McCoy: "Tonight, eight men will do everything in their power to be that guy who finally takes the FTW World Heavyweight Championship. You can be sure that we are going to see some incredible matches in just a few minutes."

Oliver Evans: "Just a few minutes? Screw that, let's get this thing started right now!"




VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a semi-final 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, 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: “And it’s finally time to start the first of our semi-final matches! After these matches tonight, the four remaining wrestlers in the tournament will face off in a four corners survival match where the last man standing will be the victor!”

Oliver Evans: “I can hardly wait, Dale, but before we get there we have four stellar matches to watch.”

Dale McCoy: “Our first match of the four will feature Aiden Hollows and Ace Hawkins. Aiden Hollows has been remarkably lucky in this tournament, as it looked as though he would lose both of his prior matches, only for him to not get caught when he began to cheat. Ace on the other hand has been fighting hard to get to this point.”

Oliver Evans: “Hollows has just been outsmarting his opponents, Dale. Stop making him look bad.”

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

Dale McCoy: “At the start of the match, Ace Hawkins turns to look at a fan and pays for it when Hollows smacks him on the back with a forearm! Hollows continues to beat down Hawkins with forearms, punches, and stomps until the referee finally steps in to pull him away.”

Oliver Evans: “Ray Johnson is less willing to pull wrestlers apart than our other referees. He’s also a bit more lax on the rules.”

Dale McCoy: “Hollows immediately comes back and kicks Hawkins in the face before yanking him up and slamming him to the mat with a suplex. Hollows goes for a cover but Hawkins pushes him off before the referee can even get down to count. Hollows punches Hawkins in the face a few times before getting up and stomping on his head.”

Oliver Evans: “Aiden Hollows pulls Hawkins onto his shoulders and starts to run forward, but Hawkins slides down his back and manages to pull Hollows into a crucifix pin!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “But Hollows powers out at the count of two. Hollows gets up and tries to punch Hawkins, but Hawkins leaps into the air and knocks him down with a high dropkick. As he gets up, Hawkins sends him into the ropes before catching him on the jaw with a spinning wheel kick! As Hollows groggily gets to his feet, Hawkins dropkicks him on the back and through the ropes!”

Oliver Evans: “Hawkins turns and bounces off of the opposite set of ropes to build momentum before somersaulting over the ropes and onto Aiden! Holy cow was that impressive!”

Dale McCoy: “Indeed it was! Hawkins takes a moment to take in the fans cheers before pulling Hollows up, but Hollows elbows Ace in the gut before slamming his head into the apron. Hollows then sends Hawkins into the steel steps with an irish whip! Hollows grabs Hawkins by the hair before bouncing his face off of the steel steps and rolling Hawkins into the ring.”

Oliver Evans: “Hollows follows Hawkins into the ring and drops an elbow onto Hawkins throat before going for the pin.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Ace Hawkins pushes Hollows off of him at the count of two. Hollows tries to pull Hawkins to his feet, but Hawkins pulls Hollow onto his shoulders and runs towards a turnbuckle before diving forward, crushing Hollows with a rolling fireman's carry slam. Riding the momentum, Hawkins rolls to his feet and hops onto the turnbuckle. While facing the turnbuckle, Hawkins jumps back and front-flips 450° before crashing down onto the mat! Hollows rolled out of the way of the Flying Ace!”

Oliver Evans: “Hawkins struggles to his feet, only to be pulled to the mat by a neckbreaker.”

Dale McCoy: “Hollows quickly hops onto the turnbuckle before corkscrewing back and onto Ace Hawkins with the corkscrew moonsault! Hollows stays on top for the cover!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “Hollows scores the victory in this semi-final match and will advance into the finals after that lovely counter.”

Dale McCoy: “Aiden Hollows finally wins a match without cheating or having someone else come in and interfere. It’ll be interesting to see how he does later on tonight.”

Oliver Evans: “Well, I think Aiden is in pretty good condition, so it should probably go pretty well for him.”

Dale McCoy: “Or everyone else will gang up on him and he’ll find himself eliminated first.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Wrestletopia Night 4 (February 26, 2012)   Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:07 am



VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a semi-final 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, 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: “We have possibly the two best looking men in this tournament competing against one another tonight. Titan has destroyed both of the men who he has faced while Aldo made it through Tommy Gunn without much hassle.”

Oliver Evans: “The difference between Aldo and Titan is that while Titan has defeated both of his previous opponents, Aldo didn’t defeat Dmitry Petrovich. Aldo had William LaCroix win the match for him.”

Dale McCoy: “I’m sure Aldo didn’t ask LaCroix to do what LaCroix did, and it’s not like Aaron Blake doesn’t have his clients interfere in nearly every one of LaCroix’s matches.”

Oliver Evans: “Petrovich should be fighting in this match, Dale, regardless of whatever garbage you try to tell these people.”

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

Dale McCoy: “As soon as the bell rings, Aldo van Eyck rolls out of the ring. He is at a large size disadvantage and doesn’t have three other men watching his back, so it’s likely that he’s trying to think up a plan for this match.”

Oliver Evans: “Or maybe the Dutch wrestler is trying to buy time? I’ve looked at a lot of his matches in Europe, and his submission style doesn’t match up favorably against large men.”

Dale McCoy: “I thought Aldo van Eyck had a good record in Europe?”

Oliver Evans: “Oh, he does. He has a phenomenal record, but when his submission style fails, Aldo van Eyck finds other ways to win. The point is, however, that Aldo struggles against larger men.”

Dale McCoy: “I’ll guess we’ll be seeing that live then. Aldo waits for a little longer on the outside as the referee’s count gets closer and closer to ten before finally rolling into the ring and facing Titan. It looks like this match is really going to get started now.”

Oliver Evans: “Nope! Aldo rolls out of the ring again! Titan slides out to follow him, but Aldo tries to catch him with a punch as he comes out.”

Dale McCoy: “But Titan blocks the punch before knocking Aldo down with a fist of his own. Titan grabs Aldo and rolls him back into the ring before sliding in after him, but when Titan tries to get up, Aldo gets on the attack with forearm shots to Titan’s back. Titan takes the shots without much trouble before shoving Aldo down hard to the mat.”

Oliver Evans: “See what I was saying? Aldo is already having trouble.”

Dale McCoy: “As Aldo gets back up, Titan kicks him in the gut before grabbing Aldo’s arm and pulling him onto his shoulders! But Aldo strikes Titan on the side of the face a few times before getting down behind him. As Titan turns around, Aldo stuns the big man with a series of punches before turning and bouncing off of the ropes for momentum before diving into Titan’s knee, taking the leg out from under him!”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo is smart enough to know that strong men aren’t half as strong when they only have one leg.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo grabs the leg he just drilled, but Titan uses it to knock Aldo off of his feet and onto the mat with a huge push! Just how strong is this man that he can do that with an injured leg!?”

Oliver Evans: “This man can squat over 600 pounds and you are asking how strong he is?”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo scrambles to his feet only to have his head nearly taken off by a clothesline from Titan! Titan clubs Aldo with a few heavy double axe handles to the back before pulling him up and sending him half way across the ring with a single underhook suplex!”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo barely manages to get up as Titan grabs him and slams him right back to the mat with a belly to belly slam! Titan hooks a leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck gets his shoulder off of the mat at two. Titan pulls Aldo onto a shoulder before walking to the center of the ring. Aldo realizes the position he is in and begins striking Titan with his elbow, but Titan drops to his knees, compressing Aldo’s stomach and ribs on his shoulder with a gutbuster. Maintaining his grip, Titan stands back up before again dropping to his knees with another gutbuster. Titan gets up again before jumping into the air this time for a third gutbuster, and this time Titan allows Aldo to fall onto the mat.”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo writhes in pain before being pulled to his feet by Titan. Titan grabs Aldo from behind and lifts him into the air with a back suplex before tossing Aldo back and onto the mat face and chest first! As Aldo rolls over, Titan drops a big elbow onto his chest and stays there for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “But Aldo still kicks out at two, despite being completely breathless. Titan pulls Aldo up and prepares to hit a suplex, but decides to instead grab a leg and lift him into the air with what looks to be a fisherman’s suplex, but he’s holding him onto his shoulders now.”

Oliver Evans: “Titan drops to a seated position, bouncing Aldo off of his shoulder with what has to be described as a fisherman’s gutbuster. Titan pulls Aldo back up and this time slams him to the mat with a very Perfectesque fisherman’s suplex.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck again kicks out at two. Titan pulls Aldo onto a shoulder before running and slamming him to the mat with a huge powerslam! Titan grabs a leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo van Eyck just won’t stay down and instead continues to kick out at two. Titan pulls Aldo up before sending him hard into the corner with the irish whip. Aldo hits the corner so hard that he immediately falls to the mat holding his back.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan pulls Aldo up and sends him at the other corner with another irish whip, but this time Aldo slides underneath the ropes and out of the ring. Titan goes to follow him out, but Aldo slides back in and Titan exits. As Titan slides back in, Aldo kicks him on the face with a low dropkick before getting up and kicking him in the face.”

Oliver Evans: “But Titan gets to his feet despite being kicked in the face. Aldo begins striking him with elbows, pushing Titan back into the corner! Aldo might actually pull something out here!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo continues hitting Titan with elbow strikes once he’s in the corner until the referee pulls him back. Aldo creates a little more space before charging in and connecting with a high dropkick to Titan’s face. Aldo hops back up and climbs onto the second rope while Titan is still in the corner.”

Oliver Evans: “And now Aldo is raining down punches onto Titan! The crowd is counting along with every punch, but Titan suddenly reaches under Aldo and pulls him off the turnbuckle and into position for a powerbomb! Aldo tries to escape by continuing to punch Titan on the top of the skull, but Titan powers him down to the mat!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan pulls Aldo back up and into the air before slamming him to the mat with a second powerbomb. Not through yet, Titan pulls Aldo back into the air before spinning around and slamming Aldo van Eyck with a sit-down powerbomb! Titan puts his hands onto Aldo’s shoulders for another cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Unbelievable, Aldo van Eyck somehow manages to kick out before the three! Titan lifts van Eyck up for the delayed suplex, but Eyck manages to land behind Titan before hitting him with a few elbows to the back of the head!”

Dale McCoy: “With Titan momentarily stunned, van Eyck runs and bounces off of the ropes before coming back and wrapping himself around the larger competitor, applying an octopus stretch!”

Oliver Evans: “I don’t believe this, one second Aldo was getting the crap knocked out of him and now he’s got Titan locked into a submission attempt?”

Dale McCoy: “The referee asks Titan if he wants to give up, but Titan tells the referee no. Titan manages to unwrap Aldo’s leg from around his head before jumping back and slamming Aldo into the mat! Titan leans back for the pin attempt.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “But he still manages to only get two. Titan drives Aldo into the mat with a full nelson slam before immediately following that up with a pumphandle slam! Titan again holds the shoulders down for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But Aldo still kicks out before three! Titan pulls Aldo onto his shoulders and spins Aldo out for a sit-down stunner, but Aldo manages to land on his feet before smacking the sitting Titan across the face with his forearm! As Titan starts to get up, Aldo kicks him in the face before running to the ropes.”

Oliver Evans: “As Aldo bounces off of the ropes, Titan flies into him with another clothesline! Titan pulls Aldo up and lifts him into the air for a powerbomb attempt, but Aldo manages to fall down behind him!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo leaps into the air and dropkicks Titan on the back. Titan turns around and charges towards Aldo, who trips him face-first to the mat with the drop toe-hold. Aldo bounces off of the turnbuckles as Titan tries to get up and drives him into the mat with the bulldog before rolling him over and going for the pin!”

Mark Davis: “One…”

Oliver Evans: “Titan kicks out at one! Aldo tries to drive him to the mat with a DDT, but Titan lifts him into the air.”

Dale McCoy: “But Aldo rolls down behind Titan before pulling him to the mat with the neckbreaker! As Titan tries to get back up to his feet, Aldo jumps onto the back of his neck and drives his face into the mat with the fameasser! Aldo rolls Titan over and goes for the pin.”

Mark Davis: “One…”

Oliver Evans: “But Titan again makes a quick kick out at one. Aldo tries to suplex Titan, but can’t do it! Titan lifts Aldo up for a suplex, but Aldo again lands behind him.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck grabs Titan around the waist before throwing them to the mat with a bridging german suplex. Before the referee can begin to count, Aldo floats over Titan, pulls him to his feet, and throws Titan to the mat with a second bridging german suplex! How did Aldo manage to hit the Dutch Supremacy!?”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Titan kicks out at 2.9! Aldo struggled so hard to hit the two german suplexes, just to be foiled by Titan!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck grabs Titan as he tries to get up before driving him into the mat with the DDT. With Titan down, Aldo van Eyck climbs onto the turnbuckle. As Titan turns himself over, Aldo leaps off the turnbuckle and lands knee-first onto Titan’s face with the Flying Dutchman! Aldo again goes for the pin!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “But Titan again rains on his parade by kicking out! Aldo can’t believe it! Aldo goes and bounces off of the ropes again, but whatever move he had planned is foiled when Titan catches him and slams him to the mat with the exploder suplex!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan pulls Aldo up and sends him into the corner with an irish whip before charging in after him, but Aldo moves out of the way and Titan slams him into the corner! Aldo uses this opportunity to jump on Titan’s back and wrap his legs around Titan’s midsection as he applies the sleeper!”

Oliver Evans: “Wow, Aldo’s got this locked in tight! Titan tries to shake Aldo off, but Aldo isn’t about to let go!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan rams Aldo into a corner, but Aldo refuses to let go. Titan tries to shake the Dutch superstar off again before slamming him into another corner, but Aldo is still hanging on! Titan slams him into another corner, but Aldo still hasn’t let go. Titan grabs Aldo and tries to pull him off, but Aldo refuses to budge, and Titan begins to fade!”

Oliver Evans: “Titan tries one last time to pull Aldo off before falling to the mat. Aldo rolls Titan over and flattens him out while still applying the sleeper.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan has stopped struggling completely and now the referee is stepping in. He grabs Titan’s arm and lifts it into the air before watching it fall to the mat. The referee lifts it into the air again before watching it fall for the second time. The referee lifts the arm up a third time, but this time, Titan keeps his arm from hitting the mat.”

Oliver Evans: “Titan rolls himself over before lifting Aldo into the air and running him back into another corner, and this time, Aldo lets go. Titan turns around and charges at Aldo who is slumped in the corner, but Aldo moves out of the way! As Titan bounces out of the corner, Aldo pulls him into a school boy!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But Titan powers out just before the three! The two men get to their feet but Titan reacts first with a boot to Aldo’s gut. Titan lifts Aldo into the air for what looks like The Fall from Grace, but Aldo rakes his eyes before landing on the mat and pulling Titan into a small package.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Titan’s power again helps him to kick out before the three. Aldo quickly rolls out of the ring off of the kick out and Titan follows him.”

Mark Davis: “One!”

Dale McCoy: “Titan chases Aldo around the ring as the referee continues to count.”

Mark Davis: “Two! Three! Four!”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo hops over the steel steps before turning around and dropkicking them into Titan’s leg!”

Mark Davis: “Five!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck grabs the leg and pulls it over the steel steps before slamming the knee down upon them!”

Mark Davis: “Six!”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo lifts the leg up before again slamming it down onto the steel steps!”

Mark Davis: “Seven!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo holds the knee onto the steps as he climbs up onto the steps. Aldo quickly stomps onto the knee while it’s still against the metal!”

Mark Davis: “Eight!”

Oliver Evans: “Titan tries to crawl away, but Aldo hops off of the steel steps before stepping onto the knee. Aldo puts his weight onto the knee before jumping and stomping down onto it again.”

Mark Davis: “Nine!”

Dale McCoy: “Hearing the count, Aldo stomps onto the knee one last time before sliding into the ring.”

Oliver Evans: “Titan grabs at the ring apron, but can’t get himself into the ring!”

Mark Davis: “Ten!”

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

Dale McCoy: “And Aldo van Eyck wins this match via countout! After such a spirited match, I can’t help but feel that Aldo let these fans down by taking the easy way out.”

Oliver Evans: “Easy way out? Aldo had to practically destroy the leg before he could keep Titan down! Besides that, Aldo got destroyed for the majority of this match! This wasn’t an easy way out, it was the only way out!”

Dale McCoy: “You may be right, partner, but I think these fans would have liked to see this end in the ring with a definitive decision as opposed to the countout victory.”

Oliver Evans: “Who cares about the fans? The result is the only thing that matters.”



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 with a mic in hand and waits for the boos to die down.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "Boo all you want but that won't change reality that I, Colton Charles Cai Cobb shall be walking out with the championship belt after defeating Blackfire as I have defeated Faith and Paredyse..."

More loud boos start to echo the arena. Again the arrogant wrestler waits for everything to die down before he continues.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "Sigh, people just don't like to face the reality of the situation. I am the far superior wrestler tonight and Blackfire will be nothing but a statistic once I am through with him. He shall join the ranks of all those who have fought and loss against the great one... So you can boo until your throats go dry, yet that will not change the fact that I shall win my match and I shall win the four-way after that to take the Invitational and be the FTW World Heavyweight Champion. I have spoken and thus it shall come to pass."

C4 drops the mic and exits the ring as loud boos get drowned out by his music. With a smug expression on his face, C4 makes his way to the back.




VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a semi-final 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, 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.

Dale McCoy: “Last night, Colton advanced in the tournament by having Paredyse lay down for him, but tonight will be a different story. Blackfire certainly won’t be laying down for Colton, especially not after the brutal beating he received from Antonio Del Veccio.”

Oliver Evans: “While Blackfire may not lay down for Colton tonight, I bet it’ll be like he did. Colton is going to beat the injured kid down and score an easy victory. If Blackfire had any sense at all, he would just forfeit this match.”

Dale McCoy: “Come on, Oliver, even you have to admit that this kid is tough. I think he has a good chance of weathering any offensive Colton launches and maybe even scoring the win. At the very least, this match won’t be an easy win for Colton.”

Oliver Evans: “Just like how last night Paredyse wouldn’t lay down for Colton, right Dale?”

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

Dale McCoy: “Colton immediately starts this match off with a kick to the hurt ribs of Blackfire! He collapsed to the mat in pain! The referee pulls Colton away before checking on Blackfire. It looks like Colton watched his match yesterday.”

Oliver Evans: “As soon as the referee begins to check on Blackfire, Colton comes over and begins stomping on the injured ribs! Colton pushes the referee away when the referee tries to stop him.”

Dale McCoy: “Colton is flirting with disqualification here! Colton pulls Blackfire to his feet before sending Blackfire into the corner with an irish whip. Blackfire bounces out of the corner, holding his ribs, only to be flipped over by a running knee to the gut from Colton!”

Oliver Evans: “When your ribs are injured, even attacks to the gut really hurt them. Blackfire is going to have to be more careful about that if he even wants to last two minutes with Colton.”

Dale McCoy: “Colton grabs Blackfire and throws him over the top rope and down hard onto the floor! Colton motions for Paredyse to deal with him as Colton begins to distract the referee, but Paredyse doesn’t budge. Colton angrily moves around the referee and slides out of the ring. He scolds Paredyse before turning around and into an enzuigiri from Blackfire!”

Oliver Evans: “Damn it, Paredyse! Quit being an idiot!”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire goes to whip Colton into the steel steps, but Colton reverses and instead sends Blackfire rib-first into the steel! Colton grabs Blackfire and drives him into the ring apron before lifting him into the air and slamming him with a back suplex onto the ring apron.”

Oliver Evans: “There wasn’t much height for that back suplex, but you can bet it still hurt. Colton rolls Blackfire into the ring before sliding in and kicking Blackfire in the ribs.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire tries to get to his feet, but Colton kicks him in the ribs again. Colton grabs Blackfire and locks him into the abominable stretch, really working over those injured ribs as he goes for a submission victory.”

Oliver Evans: “But with Blackfire only sitting on the mat, the abominable stretch is much less effective than what it should be.”

Dale McCoy: “While that’s true Oliver, this hold still hurts quite a bit. The referee asks Blackfire if he wants to tap out, but Blackfire refuses and instead starts to work his way to his feet. As he gets there, Blackfire flips Colton to the mat with a hip toss! Colton quickly hops up and tries to connect with a clothesline, but Blackfire catches him and drives him into the mat with a reverse STO before applying the koji clutch!”

Oliver Evans: “Colton struggles in the hold, but realizes that the quickest way to escape is to power out of it. Colton manages to lift Blackfire into the air, koji clutch still applied, before slamming him down onto the mat to break the submission!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton pulls Blackfire up before whipping him into the corner. Colton charges in, but this time gets a knee to the face for his troubles! As Colton stumbles back, Blackfire charges at him and pulls him to the mat with a Spinning Sleeper Slam!”

Oliver Evans: “Isn’t that Blackfire’s finisher? No! Colton can’t already lose!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “Colton gets the shoulder up before the three! Blackfire can’t believe it but doesn’t waste any time. He grabs Colton and pulls him to the corner before climbing onto the turnbuckle and pulling Colton up it as way. Blackfire signals for the Super Tornado DDT before leaping and twisting Colton around, but Colton keeps the momentum going and instead drives Blackfire into the tope turnbuckle! What a counter! Colton hooks one of Blackfire’s legs for the pin.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse pulled Blackfire’s other land just underneath the rope before pointing it out to the official! Colton is furious, why would Paredyse point that out!?”

Dale McCoy: “I think the more important question is why would Paredyse pull Blackfire’s foot underneath the rope. Colton continues to argue with Paredyse as Blackfire recovers.”

Oliver Evans: “Paredyse hops onto the ring apron as the argument continues. Behind Colton, Blackfire is slowly rising to his feet…turn around Colton!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton continues to argue with Paredyse, unaware of Blackfire until Blackfire connects with a superkick to the back of Colton’s head! Colton stumbles forward towards Paredyse who uses the ropes to hit Colton on the chin with a knee! As Colton stumbles back, Blackfire jumps into the air and pulls Colton down onto his knees with the backstabber! Blackfire hooks the legs for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Oliver Evans: “No! It should be a disqualification victory for Colton! Paredyse interfered in the match!”

Dale McCoy: “Either Michael Bull didn’t see it or he decided to allow it due to Colton having brought Paredyse down to ringside. Either way, Colton has been eliminated from the tournament and it will be Blackfire who competes in the four corners survival match later on tonight.”

Oliver Evans: “This is a bunch of bullshit, Dale! Colton had this match won, only for that homo to screw him!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton may have won Paredyse as a manservant, but nothing says that Paredyse has to be a good manservant.”



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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and is a semi-final match in the Adam Vogel Invitational and is for the FTW Television Championship! Introducing first, the challenger, 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, 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: “Here we are at our final semi-final match. Alexander Conway, who has been on the receiving end of a beating from Kazu and was involved in a very physical bout with Lloyd Shields, will be defending his Television championship tonight against Matthew Strong. Matthew Strong has been involved in matches against Shiloh Jones and Jean-Pierre Renoir, but he didn’t take too much abuse from those two.”

Oliver Evans: “Matthew Strong is definitely coming into this match in a better condition than Conway. Alexander barely managed to steal a victory from Kazu Nagai to make it to this match, so I doubt he has anything left to get through Matthew.”

Dale McCoy: “I don’t know, we’ve seen Alexander do some pretty crazy things in the past. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him knock off Matthew Strong here tonight and advance into our finals which will be happening right after this.”

Oliver Evans: “I’d be surprised if he managed that, especially when the rest of Relentless is out here too.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Strong gets the referee’s attention as soon as he hears the bell ring. With the referee’s back turned to Conway, there’s no way he can see Titan knock Alexander down with a clubbing double axe handle to the back!”

Oliver Evans: “I told you Conway wasn’t going to be able to win this one. Titan’s going to soften him up for the kill.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan stomps on Conway’s back before pulling him to his feet. Titan lifts Conway into the air before slamming him to the mat with a spinebuster, all while the referee is still distracted by Matthew Strong. Titan casually leaves the ring as if nothing has happened!”

Oliver Evans: “Better luck next year, Conway. Thanks for playing.”

Dale McCoy: “Matthew Strong keeps distracting the referee as Conway slowly pulls himself to his feet using the ropes. As soon as Conway is up, Strong gently moves the referee out of his way before charging in and hitting Conway with a high knee to the back! Conway is knocked into the turnbuckle and as bounces out, is pulled to the mat and into a tight pin attempt by Matthew Strong!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “But Conway kicks out at two. Strong grabs Conway and tosses him through the ropes and onto the floor before distracting the referee again.”

Dale McCoy: “Titan grabs Conway and nearly throws him through the crowd barricade! That had to hurt! Titan steps away from Conway as the referee turns around begins to administer a countout."

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three! Four!”

Oliver Evans: “Conway grabs at the crowd barricade that he was just thrown against and uses it pull himself to his feet before stumbling and falling back down to the concrete. Hitting that barricade must have rattled him.”

Mark Davis: “Five! Six!”

Dale McCoy: “Conway crawls towards the ring apron and grabs a hold of it before using it to pull himself up.”

Mark Davis: “Seven!”

Oliver Evans: “And Conway pulls himself back inside of the ring, only to meet the stomps of an angry Matthew Strong.”

Dale McCoy: “Strong whips Conway into the corner before charging in and connecting with a clothesline. As Conway stumbles out, Strong lifts him up onto his shoulders, but Conway fights him off with hard elbows before pulling him to the mat with a reverse DDT!”

Oliver Evans: “Conway gets to his feet first and connects with a nice enzuigiri to the head as Matthew Strong gets to his feet. Strong falls face-first into the top turnbuckle pad off of the enzuigiri.”

Dale McCoy: “As Strong stumbles backwards, Conway springboards off of the ropes and connects with a kick to the face of Strong! With Strong down, Conway quickly climbs onto the turnbuckle, but Johnny Faith jumps onto the ring apron! Conway kicks Faith off of the ring apron, but the distraction provided Strong enough time to recover and he cracks Conway with a hard punch to stun him.”

Oliver Evans: “Strong climbs onto the turnbuckle and hits Conway with a few more solid punches before bringing him back into the ring with a huge superplex! Strong rolls over and hooks a leg for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But Conway kicks out just before the count of three! Strong looks exasperated but undeterred. Strong yanks Conway onto his shoulders, but Conway manages to jab Strong in the eye and get down behind him. Strong turns and goes for a clothesline, but Conway catches Strong into a front facelock before scooping Strong into the air and spiking Strong's head into the mat with a Northern Lights Bomb known as the Signum Excellentiae. Alexander hooks the legs for a cover.”

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 wins again? How does he do it! He gets the crap knocked out of him in every day prior to today and still triumphs?”

Dale McCoy: “We’ve said it before, Oliver, Alexander is ultra-resilient. He is likely the man on this roster who can take the most punishment and still come back, and now he’ll be competing in our four corners match to determine if he can be the NEW FTW World Heavyweight Champion! And if he does win that distinction, Alexander will be our first and only triple champion and also the only man to hold every active title in Full Throttle Wrestling.”

Oliver Evans: “There’s no way he’ll do it, there’s just no way. He has to make it through Aiden Hollows, Aldo van Eyck, and Blackfire to do that, and Alexander has taken tremendous amounts of punishment. He can’t manage to eliminate all three of those men!”

Dale McCoy: “That’s what you said about him defeating Matthew Strong, and you were wrong.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Wrestletopia Night 4 (February 26, 2012)   Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:26 am



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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a four corners survival match for the FTW World Heavyweight Championship, the FTW Television Championship, and the 2012 Adam Vogel Invitational trophy! 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 introducing next, 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 introducing next, 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 finally, introducing 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: “And now folks it is time for our main event match! This match is the final match of the 2012 Adam Vogel Invitational and will determine our winner of this tournament, our new FTW World Heavyweight Champion, and also our FTW Television Champion. Whoever wins this match here tonight will be at the top of the mountain here in Full Throttle Wrestling.”

Oliver Evans: “Each of these men have won three matches prior to this match over the course of our Wrestletopia weekend, and now all that’s left is to be the last man standing in this four corner’s survival match. We’ve seen each of these men go through some tough matches, but it seems that Aiden Hollows is the one who’s in the best health.”

Dale McCoy: “In this match, two men will start while the other two wait outside on the apron to be tagged in. Eliminations occur via pinfall, submission, and disqualification. Whoever wins this match will have really worked hard for it.”

Oliver Evans: “You can say that again, Dale.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Alexander and Aldo van Eyck step out onto the ring apron as Blackfire and Aiden Hollows prepare to start this match off. Aiden gets a kick to the gut from Blackfire before being driven face-first into the mat by the DDT. Blackfire quickly springs up before dropping a leg across the back of Aiden’s neck with the leg drop!”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire pulls Aiden up and prepares to take him over with a suplex, but Aiden jabs Blackfire in the eye with his thumb before hitting Blackfire with a series of forearm shots that push him into the corner.”

Dale McCoy: “Hollows hits Blackfire with a few more forearms before putting him onto the turnbuckle. Hollows punches Blackfire before pulling him down to the mat with a DDT!”

Oliver Evans: “It looks like that favor has been returned.”

Dale McCoy: “Hollows pulls the disorientated Blackfire to his feet before slamming him to the mat with a gory bomb! Hollows rolls Blackfire over and hooks a leg for the cover! We might have our first elimination!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two...”

Oliver Evans: “But Blackfire says “Chavo be damned!” by kicking out at two.”

Dale McCoy: “Aiden Hollows starts to pull Blackfire back to his feet, but Blackfire begins fighting back with punches to the gut! After a series of those, Blackfire connects with a few punches to the face before running to the ropes and bouncing off of them. Aiden puts his head down, trying to score with a back body drop, but Blackfire kicks him on the nose! Blackfire leaps into the air and knocks Aiden down with a high dropkick before tagging out to Aldo van Eyck.”

Oliver Evans: “Hollows pulls himself into a corner as Aldo steps into the ring. Aldo immediately charges at Hollows and leaps into the air, but Hollows moves out of the way and Aldo slams his face into the steel of the turnbuckle post!”

Dale McCoy: “As Aldo stumbles away from the corner, Aiden bounces off of the ropes and pulls him to the mat with the neckbreaker. Hollows quickly climbs onto the turnbuckle before leaping back for the corkscrew moonsault, but Aldo van Eyck rolls out of the way! As Hollow gets up, Eyck charges at him again, but Hollows leaps into the air and connects with the high dropkick!”

Oliver Evans: “Hollows pulls Eyck up before whipping him to the ropes. As Eyck comes back, Hollows ducks down before sending him up and over with the back body drop. Hollows drives a forearm into Eyck’s face before going for the pin.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo easily rolls his shoulder off of the mat at two. Hollows looks more than a little annoyed as he applies a chin lock to Aldo van Eyck, but Aldo immediately headbutts him to break the submission hold. Aldo gets to his feet before wrapping an arm around Aiden’s head and popping his hips to bring Aiden to the mat with a flawless headlock takedown.”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo squeezes on Hollows’ head with the headlock while utilizing his weight to hold him down. Hollows reaches underneath Aldo to try and roll him over for a pin, but Aldo responds to this by sitting on Hollows’ hand while still applying the headlock!”

Dale McCoy: “Hollows tries to escape and get to his feet, but with both his head and hand trapped by Aldo, he just can’t do it. Hollows reaches up to Aldo’s face with his opposite hand before gouging Aldo’s eyes! Aldo quickly releases the submission hold due to the illegal tactic.”

Oliver Evans: “Aiden grabs Aldo from behind and slams him onto a knee before following up with a suplex. Hollows whips Aldo into a corner before charging in at him, but Aldo hits him with a hard elbow as he comes in. Aiden stumbles out of the corner before being decked by a clothesline from Aldo who tags Conway into this match.”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander walks right into a drop toe-hold from Hollows. Hollows quickly follows up with a low dropkick to the face. Hollows pulls Conway up and tries for a body slam, but Conway slips down behind him before lifting Hollows up and scoring with the back suplex neckbreaker! Conway grabs a leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Oliver Evans: “Hollows kicks out at two. Conway tries to pull Hollows to his feet, but Hollows throws off Conway’s arms before connecting with a few punches to the face. Hollows lifts Conway onto his shoulders …Blackfire tagged Conway’s leg!”

Dale McCoy: “Hollows powers Conway to the mat with the death valley driver before hooking a leg for the cover, only to be kicked on the back of the head by Blackfire. Blackfire pulls Hollows up before throwing him through the ropes and to the floor. As Hollows gets up on the outside, Alexander calls out to Blackfire. Blackfire drops onto his hands and knees as Conway runs towards him, allowing Conway to step onto his back and leap over the ropes before coming down onto Hollows!”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo van Eyck waits for Conway to get back up after that dive before going for a clothesline, but Conway ducks underneath it! Conway and Aldo begin exchanging punches as Aiden gets back up.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire flips over the ropes and takes out all three men! Blackfire pulls Aiden up before throwing him back into the ring. Blackfire slides into the ring as Aiden gets up. Hollows swings at Blackfire, but Blackfire ducks underneath the punch before lifting Hollows up and slamming him to the mat with the urangi. Blackfire pulls himself onto the turnbuckle before performing a split-legged moonsault onto Hollows! Blackfire hooks the leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “As Hollows kicks out, Aldo van Eyck slides into the ring before tackling Blackfire and reigning down punches to his face. Alexander slides into the ring after Aldo and begins stomping on Aiden Hollows. This match is falling apart!”

Dale McCoy: “The referee tries to get Aldo and Alexander out of the ring, but to no avail. Alexander turns away from Hollows before kicking Aldo in the ribs. Aldo quickly gets back up and the two begin to exchange shots as Blackfire crawls to the corner. Blackfire grabs his deck of cards before climbing onto the turnbuckle.”

Oliver Evans: “What the hell? Who turned on the MC Hammer?”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire commands the other wrestlers to dance to the music, and that’s exactly what they are doing! As the wrestlers dance, Blackfire steadies himself before leaping off the turnbuckle for a front dropkick, using one leg to knock down Aldo and one leg to knock down Alexander while spraying his deck into Hollows face, knocking him down too!”

Oliver Evans: “That deck is loaded!”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire pulls Hollows up as Alexander and Aldo roll out of the ring. Blackfire hits him with a few forearms before pushing him back against the ropes and sending him across the ring with an irish whip. Blackfire moves to the center of the ring before leapfrogging over Hollows as he bounces back. Hollows bounces off of the opposite set of ropes before running right into a jumping kick to the temple!”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire quickly pulls Hollows up into the air before throwing him onto the mat with the gourdbuster! Blackfire rolls Hollows over and hooks the leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “But Hollows kicks out at two. Blackfire tags out to Alexander, who instructs Blackfire to climb onto the turnbuckle. Alexander lifts Hollows up before dropping him into a backbreaker. Alexander pulls Hollows back up and holds him for Blackfire, who leaps off the turnbuckle and connects with a leg drop as Alexander drops Hollows into a second backbreaker. Conway hooks the leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “But Hollows kicks out before the count of three! Alexander tags Aldo van Eyck.”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander grabs Hollows from behind before driving him into the mat with the german suplex! Aldo grabs Hollows and lifts him into the air off of the german suplex before putting him back onto the mat with the wheelbarrow neckbreaker!”

Oliver Evans: “That was a well-timed combo from Alexander and Aldo.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo rolls Hollows onto his belly before locking him into a cobra clutch and bridging to increase the pressure with the Finaliteit! Hollows quickly taps out!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Aiden Hollows has been eliminated!”

Oliver Evans: “Aiden Hollows is the first man to fall in this match, and now Blackfire is stepping into the ring to replace Hollows.”

Dale McCoy: “The two men circle around one another before Blackfire tries to lock up, but Aldo knees him in the ribs, doubling him over! Aldo lifts Blackfire into the air before dropping him rib-first onto the knee. As Blackfire rolls on the mat holding his ribs, Aldo drops an elbow onto them.”

Oliver Evans: “Aldo is working over the ribs, probably in preparation for the submission elimination.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo pulls Blackfire up into the air for a suplex, but Blackfire lands on his feet before elbowing Aldo on the back of the head. Aldo stumbles a few steps away before turning right into a superkick from Blackfire! Blackfire pulls Aldo up and pulls him to the corner before trying for the tornado DDT, but Aldo tosses Blackfire away before tagging Conway.”

Oliver Evans: “Alexander charges towards Blackfire, but Blackfire leaps into the air before tossing him with a hurricanrana. Alexander gets back up before walking into a second hurricanrana.”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander gets up again, but this time Blackfire catches him with an enzuigiri that causes Conway to fall to a knee. Before Conway has a chance to react, Blackfire blasts him with a roundhouse kick to the back of the skull! With Conway down, Blackfire quickly pulls himself onto the turnbuckle before leaping back and landing on Conway’s face with the moonsault! Blackfire hooks a leg.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “Conway kicks out before the three! How did he manage to do that? Blackfire landed with all his weight onto Conway’s head!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander tries to get to his feet, but a kick to the back of the knee by Blackfire puts Conway down onto his knees. Blackfire catches Conway unaware with another hard kick to the back of the skull, but this one doesn’t quite put Conway down. Blackfire jumps into the air and spins before again kicking Conway on the back of the head! Blackfire rolls Conway over and grabs the leg for another cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Oliver Evans: “But Conway again kicks out before the three! Blackfire can’t believe it and asks the referee again if it wasn’t three.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire gets up and continues pestering the referee, wasting valuable time. As Alexander begins to get up, Blackfire goes for another superkick, but Conway dodges it before getting behind Blackfire and throwing him with a releasing german suplex!”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire took too much time and Alexander managed to capitalize. Alexander wearily pulls himself to his feet, only to be tagged by Aldo. Alexander looks angry for some reason.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo charges at Blackfire, but Blackfire suddenly gets to his feet before hitting Aldo with a rolling elbow! Aldo collapses to the ground off of that shot! Blackfire gets up and drops a leg across the throat before getting back up and landing on Aldo with a second leg drop. Blackfire gets to his feet again before jumping into the air and coming down with the third leg drop!”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire pulls Aldo up and whips him into the corner before jumping onto him and trying for the monkey flip, but Aldo holds Blackfire up and doesn’t allow him to complete the move!”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo turns and sets Blackfire onto the turnbuckle before rocking him with a few stiff punches. Aldo climbs onto the turnbuckle and hits Blackfire with a few more hard shots before bringing him back into the ring with a huge superplex!”

Oliver Evans: “Both men are down after that move! Alexander watches with interest as his two competitors lay on the mat.”

Dale McCoy: “Aldo van Eyck begins to stir first. He pulls himself shakily to his feet before shaking off the cobwebs from his maneuver and Blackfire’s previous offensive. Aldo drives a knee into the back of Blackfire before digging his knee into the back of the ribs as he crosses Blackfire’s arms across his throat and begins to pull!”

Oliver Evans: “This looks like a modified straight jacket, and with the knee digging into the ribs like that, you can be sure that this makes this move extremely effective.”

Dale McCoy: “Blackfire can barely breathe, but is struggling with everything he has to get out of Aldo’s submission hold, but Aldo is holding tight! Blackfire’s efforts lose momentum as he gets less and less oxygen into his body.”

Oliver Evans: “Blackfire’s starting to turn blue! The referee might want to consider stepping in here…no wait, Blackfire just tapped out!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Blackfire has been eliminated!”

Dale McCoy: “As soon as Aldo van Eyck releases the hold, Alexander Conway lifts him onto his shoulders and into a backbreaker rack before flipping Aldo up and over. As Aldo falls, Alexander quickly brings up a knee and connects with Aldo's face, knocking him out with the Signum Draconis! Alexander goes for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Aldo van Eyck has been eliminated! The 2012 winner of the Adam Vogel Invitational, STILL the FTW Television Champion, and the NEW FTW World Heavyweight Champion, Alexander Conway!”

Oliver Evans: “Holy…Conway’s done it! Conway’s won everything! EVERYTHING! He’s accomplished all there is to accomplish in Full Throttle Wrestling by winning every available accolade! He’s won all active titles and he’s holding them all at the same time! He’s the first and only Triple Champion! Conway is literally THE man!”

Dale McCoy: “Alexander is certainly sitting at the top of the mountain right now, but his schedule has been taking a massive toll on his body already, now factor in having to defend more than one title at our Pay Per Views, and you’re looking at a dangerous situation. While Alexander Conway is the man to beat right now, the target on his back may make this actually be a very bad thing for Conway.”

Oliver Evans: “You could be right Dale, but that’s not important. What’s important is how history will remember Alexander, and right now, history will remember him as being the best. It’ll be very challenging for anybody in Full Throttle Wrestling to do the things that Alexander Conway has done.”

Dale McCoy: “You’re right about that. Alexander Conway has done the impossible by holding all of our available titles and winning the 2012 Adam Vogel Invitational at the same time. Alexander Conway may have just cemented a legacy that no one can outshine.”



Aiden Hollows storms into Adam Vogel’s office, furious at having suffered his first loss in Full Throttle Wrestling and furious about having been eliminated from the finals of the Adam Vogel Invitational.

Aiden Hollows: “Adam Vogel! There is absolutely no reason why my rise should have been cut short! There is absolutely no reason why my chance at stardom should have been taken away from me! Aldo van Eyck should have been eliminated from this tournament when William LaCroix defeated Dmitry Petrovich for him! I should have still been in that match, and I should be the one celebrating right now, not Alexander!”

Adam Vogel stares at the superstar throwing a tantrum in front of him. This isn’t the first time Adam Vogel has had to deal with an angry superstar, but it doesn’t get any less annoying.

Adam Vogel: “Mr. Hollows, you were informed of how the tournament would be prior to your agree-“

Aiden Hollows slams his fists on the table, interrupting Vogel mid-word.

Aiden Hollows: “I wasn’t informed of anything! All this time, I had been preparing for your ripoff federation to do a WWE styled Royal Rumble, but then I get here to find that you are hosting a gargantuan tournament instead! How was I supposed to win when I hadn’t prepared myself at all for this kind of schedule?”

Adam Vogel smiles at Hollows as he gets an idea from Hollows’ rant.

Adam Vogel: “That’s a splendid idea! At our next Pay Per View, everyone who participated in the Adam Vogel Invitational can come back here to fight in a Royal Rumble match! To top if off, the FTW World Heavyweight Championship will be defended in that match, with Alexander Conway entering at number one! It’ll be the ultimate test for any man who claims to be the ultimate wrestler. Who will prevail in the lengthy match?”

As Adam Vogel finishes stating his plans, he sees the look of horror on Aiden Hollows’ face.

Adam Vogel: “What’s wrong? I thought you wanted a Royal Rumble match? Oh, wait, I get it, you were just thinking about how it would look if you win the Royal Rumble! I look forward to seeing how you do, Mr. Hollows.”

As Aiden Hollows leaves the room, Adam Vogel leans back into his chair, still with the sinister smile across his face.



Dale McCoy: "Alexander may have won an impressive distinction tonight, but I think that that was just overshadowed by Adam Vogel!"

Oliver Evans: "A Royal Rumble!? A Royal Rumble!? What the devil!? How is Conway going to win that? How are we going to call that? How are we even doing that?"

Dale McCoy: "I guess all of our questions will be answered later. Until then, I'm Dale McCoy."

Oliver Evans: "And I'm Oliver Evans, saying this weekend was crazy!"
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Wrestletopia Night 4 (February 26, 2012)   Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:31 am

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