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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - Summer Scorcher (July 1, 2012)   Tue Jul 03, 2012 1:01 pm



Dale McCoy: "Hello and welcome to the hottest night of wrestling action in the summer, Full Throttle Wrestling's Summer Scorcher! I'm Dale McCoy and sitting beside me is my broadcast partner, the one and only Pendelton!"

Pendelton: "Thanks Dale, it's great to be out here calling the action instead of being in there getting my ass kicked by the action."

Dale McCoy: "Tonight we have a great card as rivals go head to head. We have Acid facing off against Bakla and Strongcock vs. Saint coming up, but the biggest match is the tag match between the Lords of Wrestling and Treachery!"

Pendelton: "We also have a FTW World Heavyweight defense in store for us tonight, but we don't know who will be facing Antonio. But how about we get this action started so that we can find out quicker?"




Backstage, Luke Forrester can be seen walking through the halls followed by the camera. As he comes around a turn, he meets face to face with the masked wrestler Acid. Forrester smiles kindly to the man as he goes to walk around him, but Acid puts a hand on Forrester’s shoulder.

Acid: “You’re not going to leave without interviewing the new Acid, are you?”

While the question isn’t threatening, the grip Acid has on Forrester’s shoulder tells him that he won’t be leaving without interviewing this superstar.

Luke Forrester: “Acid, tonight you will be facing off against Boy Bakla. After brawling with Bakla all throughout the backstage at our last event, are you excited for this match?”

Acid: “I’m always excited at the opportunity to get closer to the World Heavyweight Championship, but I’m not as excited as I could be for tonight.”

Luke Forrester: “Could you elaborate?”

Acid: “Boy Bakla isn’t worth my time. She is one of the lowest ranked wrestlers on this roster, and I think that everybody with two brain cells to rub together knows that I will be walking out of here tonight with another win under my belt.”

Luke looks a bit uncomfortable with Acid’s hand still on his shoulder, but continues his questioning regardless.

Luke Forrester: “Most people would say that you aren’t a major player in Full Throttle Wrestling and that you are more of an addition to the show rather than the main product. Do you think that you deserve to be labeled as such?”

The masked wrestler’s grip tightens on Forrester’s shoulder, a likely indication of his displeasure towards the question.

Acid: “No, I don’t deserve to be labeled as such. My talent is underutilized by Full Throttle Wrestling and it is the fault of the old Acid. The old Acid deserved to be called an addition, but I deserve to be called the product. I am going to show the world that I am more talented and more skilled then I am given credit for, and I’m going to start tonight with Bakla.”

Luke Forrester: “Speaking of the “old Acid”, there has been talk that you are not Acid, but instead, the man who attacked Acid in the parking lot. Are you in fact Acid, or are you the man who attacked Acid?”

The masked wrestler pushes Luke Forrester away from him.

Acid: “This interview is over.”

Before Forrester can say anything, the masked man turns and walks away, leaving Forrester to go interview the person he was actually trying to get to.




VS

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

The lights dim down as "Touch the Sun" by Opus Dai begins playing. As the song plays, a figure slowly rises out of the floor before the lights go back to normal as a thunderous reaction is given to him by the crowd. He runs to the ring and leaps inside of it before climbing onto a turnbuckle and striking a pose. Acid then backflips back into the ring before waiting for the bell to sound.

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

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

Dale McCoy: “So tonight we have the masked Acid taking on Boy Bakla. At our last event, these two were on opposite sides for the six-man tag team match, and they ended up brawling out of the ring and to the backstage, where they continued to fight until Adam Vogel scheduled them into a match at this event.”

Pendelton: “That was the same event that I came out to help Michael Jones, and by doing so, I netted the win for Acid as well. Boy Bakla was pretty upset to learn that her team lost without her even being out there.”

Dale McCoy: “Well, Boy Bakla has the opportunity to avenge that loss here tonight by defeating the person who kept her away from the ring, Acid! It’s now just a question of whether she can focus long enough to do it.”

Pendelton: “Isn’t Boy Bakla one of the worst ranked wrestlers here in Full Throttle Wrestling?”

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

Dale McCoy: “Bakla goes to lock up with Acid, but Acid drops underneath Bakla’s arms before getting behind her. Acid, the larger competitor, lifts Bakla into the air from behind before dropping her onto her chest on the mat. Bakla gets back up quickly, but Acid leaps into the air and connects with a dropkick that sends her through the ropes!”

Pendelton: “As Bakla gets up, Acid vaults over the top rope and comes down on her, wiping her out! Acid poses for the crowd as the referee begins his count.”

Michael Bull: “One!”

Dale McCoy: “Acid turns and grabs Bakla before lifting her into the air and slamming her to the floor with a suplex! It looks like Acid is fine posing while Bakla rolls around in pain.”

Michael Bull: “Two! Three! Four!”

Pendelton: “Acid lifts Bakla up and walks her over to the steel steps. I think he’s going to body slam her onto it.”

Dale McCoy: “But Bakla manages to get down behind Acid and pushes him into the steel steps instead!”

Michael Bull: “Five!”

Pendelton: “The referee’s count is at five. These two might want to think about getting back into the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “It doesn’t look like Bakla wants to. She grabs Acid’s head and bounces it off of the steel steps not once, not twice, not even three or four times, but instead five times! Bakla rolls Acid into the ring before sliding in after him and hooking the legs for a cover.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Acid pushes his shoulder off of the mat at two. Bakla keeps Acid down and hammers on him with a few punches.”

Dale McCoy: “Bakla pulls Acid up before whipping him into the corner and following up with a nice clothesline. As Acid stumbles out of the corner, Bakla climbs onto the turnbuckle. Bakla leaps for a double axe handle, but Acid kicks her in the gut as she comes down to stop that.”

Pendelton: “Acid pulls Bakla’s head into the mat with a snap DDT before rolling her over for a cover.”

Michael Bull: “One…”

Dale McCoy: “Bakla quickly kicks out at one. Acid looks to be going for a suplex, but Bakla manages to block it before lifting him up instead and dropping him onto her knee with the reverse atomic drop. But Bakla isn’t done, she keeps lifting Acid and dropping him onto her leg with multiple reverse atomic drops!”

Pendelton: “Look at the speed she’s using for those inverted atomic drops! Bakla is dropping him so fast that it looks like Acid is humping her leg! I think Bakla might be enjoying this a little too much.”

Dale McCoy: “Well, Bakla won’t be enjoying it anymore because Acid just smacked both of her ears with his forearms to get her to stop, and now Acid is holding his junk as he rolls out of the ring. But Bakla isn’t about to let a wounded Acid get away that easy. Bakla rolls out after him and grabs him from behind before throwing him into the crowd barricade and rolling him into the ring. Bakla slides in and hooks a leg for another cover.”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “But Acid manages to roll his shoulder up before the three! Bakla looks a little upset by Michael Bull’s count, but stays on the attack. Bakla tries to entrap Acid in the Sexual Harassment, but Acid manages to squirm out of her grasp.”

Dale McCoy: “Bakla charges towards Acid, but Acid scoops her up onto a shoulder before driving her face into the mat with the Acid Drop! Acid hooks both legs for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Pendelton: “Bakla come out here and gave Acid a hard match, but in the end, Acid managed to score with the Acid Drop and claim a victory despite her efforts. I think Bakla has shown us that she can most certainly go inside that ring.”

Dale McCoy: “I don’t think there was ever any doubt about Boy Bakla’s skill inside of the ring, the thing people doubt Bakla for is her focus. Boy Bakla hasn’t been taking her matches seriously enough to accomplish what her talent would allow in Full Throttle Wrestling.”

Pendelton: “Fondling all the boys can be quite distracting for a young transvestite like her.”

Dale McCoy: “And with that, let’s drop this conversation for the good of our audience.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Summer Scorcher (July 1, 2012)   Tue Jul 03, 2012 1:03 pm



Inside of the ring, David Strongcock throws off his cape as he is handed a microphone from a ring hand. The steel genitals hero looks to the crowd before turning his gaze to the backstage and beginning to speak.

David Strongcock: “Jefferson Saint, tonight we’re scheduled to fight one another, but that isn’t good enough for me. You’ve punched too many dicks, shattered too many balls, and wrecked too many homes for me to allow you to get away with just a normal match. You may have escaped from me inside of a steel cage, but what will you do when you actually have to fight? What will you do when you can’t just run away? What will you do when your career is on the line?”

A smile appears on Strongcock’s face as he pictures Saint being gone from this company. That smile fades, however, when Strongcock realizes that he still has to say what the match is actually going to be.

David Strongcock: “Tonight Jefferson Saint, I want you vs. me, one on one in a no DQ, falls count anywhere match! The loser will never wrestle in Full Throttle Wrestling, or any other promotion, ever again! And of course, you have to accept this match up Saint; you have to accept it because you can’t stand me. You can’t stand that I stand for everything your against. You can’t stand that you can’t break my dick. You’re upset that my cock is just too strong for you! Everyone knows that you want me gone, and everyone knows that you can’t make it happen any other way. So if you want to have free reign on genitals, I suggest you come out here and accept this match, and just try to take me out.”


As Strongcock finishes speaking, Jefferson Saint’s music hits the arena and the bald headed dick puncher steps out from the backstage onto the ramp with a microphone in his hand.

Jefferson Saint: “Strongcock, Strongcock, Strongcock…you are as stupid as I figured you were. At every opportunity, you play right into my hand. Last event, you let yourself be caught by my interference, causing you to lose the match. At Caged Rage, you challenged me to a steel cage match, only to be defeated. Don’t you get it? You aren’t able to stop me. You aren’t a “superhero” and you never will be one. There is no in the world who can stop me from doing what I do best – punching genitals.”

Saint smiles at Strongcock as the crowd boos.

Jefferson Saint: “But, like all fools who think that I am nothing more than a cock puncher, you think that you can defeat me. You think that just because I pride myself on the eradication of genitals, that you can take advantage and pick up an easy win while eliminating me from the company. However Strongcock, you thought wrong. Tonight, I accept your little stipulation, and WHEN I beat you, there won’t be anyone left on this roster who can stop my reproduction killing!”

With a cocky smile, the bald headed Jefferson Saint drops his microphone before turning and leaving Strongcock out in the ring alone.




Although the camera is outside of the room, the chair that Dmitry Petrovich just threw into the wall makes a clear and loud snapping sound, indicting when it hit the wall. Before the cameraman can, foolishly, step into the locker room, Aaron Blake walks over and closes the door, forcing the cameraman to settle with letting Aaron Blake cut a promo.

Aaron Blake: “What you saw in there was just a glimpse of what you are going to get tonight. You see, the self-proclaimed “Lords of Wrestling” made some very ill-thought out comments that have offended both Dmitry Petrovich and Kazu Nagai. What was going to be a match between two teams is now a match between one team and two raging bulls. If Alexander and Ethan thought these two were trouble before, they better be ready for all hell out there tonight!”

Blake laughs as he thinks of the carnage that will happen out in the ring. Behind him, the sounds of more things being thrown can be heard.

Aaron Blake: “Dmitry and Kazu won’t lose here tonight. After those comments, there’s no way that either one of these giants will allow themselves to be pinned and there’s no way that they’ll tap out. What you are going to see tonight is the most dominant team in Full Throttle Wrestling history taking the titles that should have been theirs to begin with. Had Dmitry not been preoccupied the night that the original champions were crowned, you can be sure that he and Kazu would have won that match. In fact, they’ve already proven that they are better than both Alexander and Ethan when they defeated them to defend the FTW Television championship. No matter what way you look at it, Alexander and Ethan are going to lose. There is simply no possible way that they can come out of here tonight with the win. There just isn’t.”

Pointing a finger at himself, Blake continues speaking.

Aaron Blake: “Especially because I am going to be out there with my clients! With my advice, Dmitry and Kazu will be able to channel their rage and rip apart our little tag team champions. And besides that fact, I have the perfect plan to make sure that Alexander and Ethan have no possible chance for victory!”

With an excited look on his face, Aaron Blake turns and opens up the locker room door of Treachery before closing it on the camera’s face, never letting the camera know what plan he may have in store for the tag team champions.




VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a no DQ, Falls Count Anywhere match scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, Jefferson Saint!”

"Final Treatment 192" by Stalker begins playing as Jefferson Saint steps out. He slowly raises his fist into the air in a dramatic display before walking down to the ring. After sliding in, Jefferson Saint threatens the referee with a low blow.

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: “Early tonight, David challenged Saint to this particular match with the stipulation that the loser must never wrestle in either Full Throttle Wrestling or anywhere else ever again. The loser in this situation will really lose their very way of life.”

Pendelton: “Last time Saint and Strongcock fought, Saint managed to weasel out a win. Could Saint perhaps weasel out another win and force Strongcock out of this company?”

Dale McCoy: “I think almost everyone will say that Jefferson Saint has no chance of winning this match, but perhaps he’ll surprise all of us and make Strongcock regret his decision, but I think that I do doubt that as he was destroyed in that steel cage match.”

Pendelton: “Anything can happen in Full Throttle Wrestling."

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, Jefferson Saint quickly tries to escape from the ring in hopes of grabbing a weapon, but David Strongcock grabs him by the tights and pulls him back into the ring before lifting him into the air and dropping his tailbone onto a knee with the atomic drop!”

Pendelton: “Jefferson Saint hops around holding his tush after that one! And he hops right into a punch from David that knocks Saint to the mat.”

Dale McCoy: “As Saint gets back up, Strongcock whips him into the ropes before lifting him into the air with a back body drop! Strongcock is quick to get back on the attack and drops a nice elbow onto Saint before hooking a leg.”

Ray Johnson: “One…”

Pendelton: “But even Saint isn’t going to be put down that early. Saint gets to his feet clutching at his back, but Strongcock is right back on him with a forearm to the back. Strongcock whips Saint into the ropes again before running towards him and connecting with a devastating clothesline!”

Dale McCoy: “Strongcock pulls Saint up before tossing him over the ropes and onto the floor! The referee exits the ring to check on Saint after that splat as Strongcock climbs onto the turnbuckle. As Saint gets the referee away and gets to his feet, Strongcock leaps off of the turnbuckle and connects with a Flying Cock to Saint’s face!”

Pendelton: “But in dealing out that damage, Strongcock hit the floor hard. If Saint were ok, he could take advantage of that. However, Strongcock is hooking a leg on the outside.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But Jefferson Saint stays alive by kicking out before the three count even after having taken that spectacular Flying Cock from the ring to the floor! Strongcock pulls Saint to his feet before throwing him into the crowd barricade. Strongcock charges towards Saint and leaps at him, but Saint moves and Strongcock lands crotch-first on the barricade!”

Pendelton: “Saint thinks he outsmarted Strongcock, but Strongcock’s ball and dick are just too strong! Strongcock stands on the crowd barricade and waits for Saint to turn around before leaping and driving his dick into Saint’s face with another Flying Cock! Strongcock grabs a leg for another cover.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But again Saint kicks just before the three! Strongcock hits Saint with a few punches that send Saint stumbling past the entrance ramp. Strongcock follows before grabbing Saint and throwing him into the side of the entrance ramp! As Saint bounces off, Strongcock sends him onto the concrete floor with a hiptoss! Strongcock hooks a leg!”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “And Saint again kicks out! Strongcock looks a little annoyed here as he pulls himself onto the entrance ramp. Strongcock walks to the top of the entrance ramp while Saint gets up before leaping off of it and driving his dick into Saint’s face with a third Flying Cock! But that again hurt Strongcock as well! Strongcock manages to roll onto Saint for a cover.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But again Saint kicks out at 2.9! Jefferson Saint is refusing to lose here tonight! Strongcock pulls Saint up and goes to put him into his tights, but Saint manages to back body drop Strongcock onto the concrete!”

Pendelton: “That was payback for the earlier hiptoss.”

Dale McCoy: “Saint stops on Strongcock a few times before turning and grabbing a steel chair. As Strongcock gets to his feet, Saint stabs him in the gut with the chair before dropping it onto the concrete. Grabbing Strongcock, Saint drops to the floor, pulling Strongcock’s head into the steel and concrete with a DDT! Saint holds his hip in agony as he covers his unmoving opponent.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “But that DDT onto the steel and concrete wasn’t enough to keep Strongcock down for the three. Saint pulls Strongcock up before slamming his head into the side of the ramp. Saint lifts Strong into the air before slamming him onto the floor with a body slam.”

Dale McCoy: “Jefferson Saint turns and walks back to the ring before looking underneath it and finding a table! Saint sets the table up before going back and grabbing Strongcock. Jefferson walks him towards the table by hair, but Strongcock punches Saint in the gut before grabbing him and slamming his head onto the wooden table! Strongcock pushes Saint onto the table before hopping onto it as well.”

Pendelton: “Strongcock tries to set Saint up for a Dickstroyer, but Saint hangs on tight to stop himself from being lifted. Saint suddenly lifts Strongcock into the air before running off of the table and dropping backwards, putting all of his weight on Strongcock as Strongcock gets slammed through the table!”

Dale McCoy: “What move did he just do?”

Pendelton: “I’m not entirely sure. He had Strongcock in an Alabama Slam position, but fell back on top of him inside of throwing him forward. Either way, Saint is looking for the win with this cover.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But somehow Strongcock manages to throw his shoulder up to avoid being forced out of this company! Saint looks completely furious and blames the referee for a slow count before pulling Strongcock up and rolling him into the ring. Saint slides in after him.”

Pendelton: “Saint goes for suplex, but while he’s trying to hook it up, Strongcock slips out of his grasp before driving Saint into the corner. Before Saint can get out, Strongcock leaps into the air and connects with a dropkick to the face of a trapped Saint!”

Dale McCoy: “Saint stumbles out of the corner and into a kick to the gut from Strongcock. David Strongcock grabs Saint’s head and puts it into his tights before lifting Saint up and sitting down, driving Saint’s head into his genitals with the Dickstroyer! Strongcock hooks a leg for the cover, could this be it? Will Saint be out of a job and out of a career?”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall, David Strongcock! Due to the stipulations of the match, Jefferson Saint is now fired from Full Throttle Wrestling and banned from ever competing in a wrestling match again!”

Pendelton: “And there we have it! Jefferson Saint lost and is gone from the wrestling industry while David Strongcock retains his job in a hard fought battle here tonight.”

Dale McCoy: “Despite being thrown into the concrete multiple times and being put through a table, David Strongcock managed to persevere and defeat Jefferson Saint. However, it’s a shame Saint’s career is over, because he showed us here tonight that he is tough and that he is actually a capable wrestler.”

Pendelton: “I hate the guy for his actions, but I understand what you are saying. It’s too bad he couldn’t have had a better attitude and shown us this side of him sooner.”

Dale McCoy: “Nonetheless, this is a big win for Strongcock. And as a result of this win, wrestlers everywhere can quit cupping their balls in fear.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Summer Scorcher (July 1, 2012)   Tue Jul 03, 2012 1:07 pm



The camera follows Luke Forrester as he makes his way to a closed door marked with the label “Lords of Wrestling”. Forrester stops at the door and knocks on it before being told to come in. Luke pushes open the door and steps into the locker room with the cameraman behind him, and the camera can see Alexander and Ethan sitting at a table. While Alexander looks a little bored, Ethan has a look of excitement when he sees who walked in.

Ethan O’Reilly: “It’s about time the World Tag Team champions got an interview!”

As Ethan stands out of his chair, Luke Forrester prepares to ask the first question.

Luke Forrester: “The Lords of Wrestling are both the first and only World Tag Team champions here in Full Throttle Wrestling, how does it feel to have that accomplishment?”

Ethan O’Reilly: “How does it feel? How does it feel? It’s awesome, that’s how it feels. That accomplishment means a lot to us because it says that not only were we the best tag team when these titles were created, but that we still are the best tag team because we haven’t lost them. There is no team in Full Throttle Wrestling that can beat us, none. No one’s managed to take these belts from us so far, and no one ever will. The facts say it themselves; no other team has held these belts because they couldn’t beat us. Treachery isn’t going to be the first to do it, either.”

Luke Forrester: “Weren’t they already the first team to defeat the Lords of Wrestling?”

Ethan O’Reilly: “They were, but not only was that an impromptu match, Jean-Pierre Renoir and Aaron Blake also both interfered to cause Ravensdale to lose. Treachery knows that they can’t defeat us without cheating, and even with cheating, their win pre-dates the World Tag Team Championships. Since we’ve gotten these belts, we’ve stepped up our game. I don’t think Dmitry Petrovich or Kazu Nagai can say that they’ve improved themselves like we have.”

Luke Forrester: “But many people think that you guys can’t win here tonight. You didn’t defeat Dmitry and Kazu even after Kazu got hit four times by a steel chair, meanwhile, Alexander only got hit twice by a steel chair. Did the interference really change the outcome of the match, or would you have lost anyway had Kazu never been hit by a chair?”

Ethan O’Reilly goes to reply, but Alexander taps him on the shoulder, causing him to close his mouth.


Alexander Ravensdale: “Forrester, are you actually aware of just who you are talking to? You are talking to the greatest tag team that Full Throttle Wrestling has ever seen! At The Showcase, Ethan and I were left to take on five different men, which included our opponents here tonight, and we won. If we, as a team, can defeat five different men, then how can any two men think that they can defeat us? So to answer your question, no, the chair shots wouldn’t have changed the outcome of the match at all. Without the interference we would have won then, just like how we’re going to win now.”

Luke Forrester: “How do you plan to deal with the other members of Treachery who will be around the ring? They could cause a distraction or interfere in this match tonight.”

Alexander Ravensdale: “They would be foolish to do so. While my partner and I can lay our hands on them, they can’t fight back without risking disqualification to Dmitry and Kazu. So, if they are smart, they will keep their noses out of our business.”

Luke Forrester: “Do you two have any particular double-team maneuver to keep Kazu and Dmitry down? We’ve seen how resilient they are time and time again after all.”

Alexander Ravensdale: “Both Ethan and I have shown in the past that those two are not invincible. These two men may be resilient to pain, but they are still human, and a choke will still put them out. Ethan has the Intrare Obscura and I have the Signum Victoriae, both of which will put either one of those giants out cold. However, Ethan and I really need to get ready for our match, so if you would be so kind.”

Alexander gestures towards the door, a clear indication for Luke Forrester to go, which he does.


Ethan O’Reilly: “I’m going to go grab a drink; I’ll be back in a bit.”

Ethan walks towards the door that Forrester just left out of before swinging it open and exiting the locker room as well. As Ethan steps out of the locker room, Alexander Ravensdale opens up his locker to rifle through his things. As Ravensdale goes to pull something out of his bag, he is suddenly pushed into his locker, slamming his head off of the metal before stumbling back and into the arms of Kazu Nagai. Kazu turns Ravensdale around so that Alexander is looking at him before pushing him back and into the locker, bouncing the back of Ravensdale’s skull off of the metal. Nagai pulls Ravensdale back to him before throwing Ravensdale into the lockers again. As Ravensdale slumps down against the metal, Kazu grabs his head and slams it against the locker again and again and again before Ethan O’Reilly pulls him off of Ravensdale.

Ethan O’Reilly: “You son of a bitch!”

Ethan cracks Nagai with a few hard punches that cause Nagai to stumble out of the locker room and into the hall. Ethan moves to go after him, but instead comes back to check on Ravensdale as Kazu withdraws.




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VS

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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a tag team match for the FTW World Tag Team Championships and it is scheduled for one fall. Introducing first, the challengers, the team of Dmitry Petrovich and Kazu Nagai, Treachery!”

Svyaschennaya Voyna, composed by Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov, plays throughout the arena as Dmitry Petrovich and Kazu Nagai step out onto the ramp followed closely by their manager, Aaron Blake. Dmitry and Kazu ignore the audience completely as they walk down to the ring. After climbing into the ring, Dmitry waits patiently for the bell to ring as Aaron Blake gives him and Kazu some last minute advice.

Taryn Shay: “And introducing next, the FTW World Tag Team Champions, the team of Alexander Ravensdale and Ethan O’Reilly, The Lords of Wrestling!”

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

Dale McCoy: “Earlier we saw a brutal attack from Kazu Nagai that left Ravensdale down and out. Before the entrances, Alexander was seen by the doctor and she ruled him unable to compete tonight due to a concussion.”

Pendelton: “Which is why we see Ethan O’Reilly out here on his own tonight. Unfortunately for Ethan, he has to defend the titles by himself due to Alexander’s injury. His chances are not looking too good, but isn’t odd that Ethan has found himself in a handicap match two events in a row due to Treachery’s tactics?”

Dale McCoy: “That’s Aaron Blake for you, pulling all the strings from behind the scenes. Aaron Blake said he had a plan to ensure victory here tonight, and one has to assume that Kazu Nagai didn’t attack Alexander on his own accord. I think we saw the first part of Aaron Blake’s plan a little bit earlier tonight.”

Pendelton: “I don’t think many people would try and debate that with you, Dale. Well, I’m sure that if Oliver Evans was out here he would debate that, but he’s an idiot.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Ethan says that he wants Kazu Nagai to start this match off, and it looks like Kazu Nagai is going to be willing to oblige! Kazu and Ethan quickly lock up. Both men try and push the other back, but neither one really budges until Ethan O’Reilly connects with a knee to the gut. O’Reilly elbows Kazu on the back of the neck before grabbing him by the hair and slamming him face-first into a turnbuckle.”

Pendelton: “Ethan O’Reilly is doing a surprisingly good job of not going berserk so far in this match.”

Dale McCoy: “As Ethan gets Kazu into the corner, he immidantely begins teeing off with rights and lefts! But Kazu manages to duck down and push Ethan to the mat with a double-leg takedown! Kazu and Ethan roll around on the mat, exchanging punches as they go.”

Pendelton: “It looks like I spoke too soon.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu looks to be getting the worse of the exchange and manages to get up, but he doesn’t get far as Ethan grabs his leg and pulls him back to the mat to continue the very MMA like fight. Dmitry Petrovich enters the ring but Ethan notices him and moves out of the way of an elbow drop, causing Dmitry to land on his own partner!”

Pendelton: “What a miscue! As Dmitry gets up, Ethan kicks him in the gut before sending him into the ropes with an irish whip. As Dmitry comes back, Ethan leaps into the air and connects with a dropkick to the face! You don’t see many big guys go the dropkick.”

Dale McCoy: “No you don’t, but Ethan isn’t your usual big man. Ethan turns his attention back to Kazu and grabs him by the arm before twisting it around the neck and using it to pull Kazu to the mat with an arm trap neckbreaker. Ethan stays on the attack, pulling Kazu Nagai up to his feet before taking him over with a suplex. Ethan runs and bounces off of the ropes before coming down across Kazu’s neck with a legdrop. Ethan O’Reilly grabs a leg.”

Mark Davis: “One…”

Pendelton: “But Ethan only manages a one count. As Kazu tries to get up, Ethan grabs him from behind and tries to lift him for a german, but an elbow strike to the side of the head allows Kazu to get free!”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu runs to the ropes and bounces off of them for momentum, but as he comes back looking for a clothesline, Ethan catches him and puts him into the mat with the powerslam! Ethan hooks a leg.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Ethan barely gets a two count on Kazu. Ethan tries to pull Kazu to his feet, but Kazu fights back with shots to the gut before pulling Ethan into a jawbreaker. As Ethan stumbles back, Kazu bounces off of the ropes and finally connects with the running big boot.”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu drags Ethan O’Reilly to his corner before reaching out and making the tag to Dmitry Petrovich. The two each get an arm of Ethan’s into an arm wringer before tossing him back and into the corner. As O’Reilly bounces out, the two send him into the air with a double back body drop! Petrovich goes for the cover off of the double team.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Dmitry only gets two. Dmitry makes the tag back to Kazu. Kazu lifts Ethan into the air before throwing him forward and onto Dmitry’s knee with a gourdbuster! Dmitry exits the ring as Kazu goes for the pin.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “Kazu looks a bit frustrated as Ethan kicks out at two. Kazu gets up and slaps Dmitry’s hand to bring him back in. Kazu whips Ethan into the far corner before being grabbed by the arm by Dmitry. Dmitry sends Kazu towards Ethan with an irish whip, but Ethan gets both of his feet up and into the jaw of Kazu! As Kazu stumbles away, Ethan charges towards Dmitry, but Dmitry connects with a massive clothesline that puts Ethan down!”

Pendelton: “Dmitry pulls Ethan up and onto a shoulder before running him into the corner. Maintaining his grip, Dmitry turns and slams Ethan to the mat with a big powerslam! Dmitry hooks the leg.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “But Ethan manages to kick out just before the three! Dmitry walks over to his tag team partner and makes the tag before exiting the ring. Kazu grabs Ethan and whips him into the ropes before turning and bouncing off of the opposite set. It looks like Kazu is going for a clothesline, but Ethan connects with a huge spear! Ethan hooks both legs for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “But Dmitry breaks up the pin to save his partner! I don’t believe it, Ethan almost managed to defeat two men to retain his tag team championships.”

Dale McCoy: “Dmitry tries to pull Ethan up, but Ethan throws off his hands before connecting with a series of punches that cause Dmitry to stumble back towards the ropes. Ethan runs forward and clotheslines Dmitry, sending the big man over the ropes and down to the floor.”

Pendelton: “Ethan’s stalking Kazu Nagai. You know that he wants to put Kazu Nagai down and pick up the win while Dmitry is still on the outside.”

Dale McCoy: “But Alexander Ravensdale is stumbling down the ramp! He can’t even walk straight due to his concussion, but he doesn’t want to leave Ethan out here by himself! Wait a moment; Jean-Pierre Renoir just hit Ravensdale on the back of the head with an elbow! Ravensdale just rolled down the ramp, and now Renoir has him and…oh! Big DDT onto the metal ramp!”

Pendelton: “Ethan looks enraged, and Renoir is just egging him on! But as Ethan tries to exit the ring, Kazu Nagai grabs him from behind and drops him on his head with the Nagai Driver! Kazu rolls into the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winners of the match and the NEW FTW World Tag Team Champions, Dmitry Petrovich and Kazu Nagai, Treachery!”

Dale McCoy: “How disgusting! Ethan O’Reilly was closing on the win when his concussed tag team partner was attacked by Jean-Pierre Renoir! The coward had to attack an injured man who couldn’t even defend himself just to distract Ethan O’Reilly and cost him the match.”

Pendelton: “I hate to say it, but Alexander shouldn’t have even come out. He should have stayed in the back, where he wasn’t in danger, instead of trying to come out to the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “He should be attacked for coming out to the ring! Not when’s he injured! I think Renoir should be fined for his heinous actions. I think he may have hurt Ravensdale even more with that DDT, because Ravensdale isn’t moving!”

Pendelton: “It looks like you’re right, because the EMTs are out here trying to get Ravensdale on a stretcher. It looks like Ravensdale may have suffered a severe concussion here tonight.”


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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Summer Scorcher (July 1, 2012)   Tue Jul 03, 2012 1:09 pm



Inside of the squared circle stands the FTW World Heavyweight Champion, wearing a smile and looking happy over holding the title. Antonio waits for the boos to die down a bit before bringing his microphone up to his mouth.

Antonio Del Veccio: “Once again, the greatest champion in Full Throttle Wrestling history proves that he is the only man qualified to hold this belt. At our last Pay Per View, I defeated that pompous fool Colton in a steel cage to retain my title, and do you know what that told me? That told me this company is full of imbeciles. My further defense against Ethan O’Reilly simply cemented this in my mind.”

The boos are resumed by the audience after those comments.

Antonio Del Veccio: “But fear not, for you have one good wrestler on this roster, and that wrestler is me. So I am going to do what I should have done long ago, I am going to remove some of the stains from this federation. Now, let’s not be mistaking my objective here, while I can tolerate pathetic wrestlers, I can’t tolerate pathetic wrestlers who think that they are actually good, such as Colton. So here’s what I am going to do.”

Antonio moves towards the ropes and looks towards the backstage.

Antonio Del Veccio: “Any wrestler who wants this title need only come out here and accept my challenge. If you can defeat me in a one on one contest, then you’ll be the new FTW World Heavyweight Champion! However, if you lose – which you will – then you will be immediately terminated from you Full Throttle Wrestling contract. It’s career vs. title, do any of you have the guts to accept? Do any of you pathetic ignoramuses want to overstep your bounds by thinking that you’re actually good enough to defeat me? Come on out here and allow me to purge your from MY company!”


"Anthem For The Year 2000” by Silverchair blasts throughout the arena as the young Christian Grenier steps out of the backstage with the flag of Quebec in his hands. He holds the flag high into the air before bringing a microphone up to his lips.

Christian Grenier: “Antonio, I don’t like you. You are nothing more than an overconfident prick! The only reason you defeated Colton was because Aaron Blake made Paredyse screw him. The only reason you managed to defeat Ethan O’Reilly is because it was a handicap match where Oliver Evans and Aaron Blake helped you win. You don’t deserve to hold that title, you don’t deserve to be pretending that you are above everyone else, and you certainly don’t deserve to be making matches or stipulations in this company.”

Christian Grenier smirks at Antonio Del Veccio before starting to walk down to the ring.

Christian Grenier: “That is why tonight, I’m going to take the opportunity that you have presented and I’m going to become the NEW FTW World Heavyweight Champion! And while doing so, I’ll get some revenge for both my trainers while also beating the crap out of you for the rest of the guys in the back. I hope you’re ready to lose that precious title of yours Antonio, because it’s bonsoir for you.”

Grenier tosses the microphone out of the ring as he prepares to wrestle Antonio.



VS

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is for the FTW World Heavyweight Championship! Introducing first, the challenger, Christian Grenier!”

Christian Grenier, who is already in the ring, throws up an arm.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, he is the FTW World Heavyweight Champion, Antonio Del Veccio!”

Already in the ring, Antonio merely offers a smile as he waits for the bell.

Dale McCoy: “Christian Grenier, the young rookie, has accepted Antonio’s challenge. While Christian is getting a title shot, if he loses, he also loses his job.”

Pendelton: “Earlier tonight we saw Jefferson Saint’s career end, could we be about to see another one? And just how distracted will Christian Grenier be by the thought that this may be his last match here in Full Throttle Wrestling.”

Dale McCoy: “I would have to say that he will be pretty distracted. If Antonio Del Veccio can play off of that, we will be seeing this kid for the last time and we’ll have to listen to Antonio brag about how he kicked Christian out of the company.”

Pendelton: “I have a feeling that Full Throttle Wrestling’s roster is going to continue to get smaller.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Christian goes for the early dropkick, but Antonio easily moves out of the way before grabbing the kid into a headlock, he’s just trying to mock Christian with this move.”

Pendelton: “Sometimes mocking your opponent can throw him off of his game.”

Dale McCoy: “Christian pushes Antonio off and to the ropes. As Antonio comes back, Christian lays on the mat, forcing Antonio to jump over him and bounce off of the opposite set of ropes. As Antonio comes back again, Christian leapfrogs over him! Antonio bounces off of the ropes again and runs right into a victory roll by Christian!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “Christian was a millisecond away from becoming the FTW World Heavyweight Champion in the first 30 seconds of this match! Antonio is furious!”

Dale McCoy: “Antonio comes face-to-face with Christian before slapping him across the face. Christian retaliates with a series of punches that force Antonio to the corner. Christian grabs Antonio by the arm and tries to whip him into the opposite corner, but Antonio manages to reverse it! Antonio chases Christian to the corner, but Christian jumps onto the turnbuckle and springs back with a crossbody block!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Antonio manages to kick out a lot quicker this time and gets Christian off at two. As Antonio gets up, Christian goes for an enzuigiri, but Antonio ducks it before grabbing the leg of Christian and applying an ankle lock!”

Dale McCoy: “But Christian is quick to turn around and use his other leg to push Antonio off and into the corner! As Antonio bounces out, Christian reaches up and pulls him to the mat with a small package!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “But Christian only manages to get another two count! Christian waits for Antonio to get up before springboarding off of the ropes, but he gets dropkicked in the gut by Antonio on his way down! Antonio grabs a leg and goes for the victory.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Dale McCoy: “But Antonio is now the one only managing to get two. Antonio goes to work and manages to lock Christian into a bow and arrow hold! Christian yells out in pain as he’s stretched, but doesn’t quit! Christian manages to pry one of Antonio’s hands off of him before rolling on top of Antonio!”

Mark Davis: “One…”

Pendelton: “But Antonio makes a very quick kick out. As Antonio gets to his feet, Christian Grenier leaps into the air and grabs him by the head before pulling him into the mat with a DDT!”

Dale McCoy: “Christian waits for Antonio to get back up before locking him into the cobra clutch, but as Christian goes to trip Antonio, Antonio suddenly pushes him back and into the corner! Christian stumbles out and into an enzuigiri that knocks him to the mat. Antonio grabs a leg and drags Christian to the center of the ring before locking in the Match Killer, leaving Christian no choice but to tap out!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via submission and STILL the FTW World Heavyweight Champion, Antonio Del Veccio!”

Pendelton: “And just like that, a second person gets forced off of the FTW roster. We’ve lost two wrestlers in one night, Dale!”

Dale McCoy: “Unfortunately we have. Christian Grenier must be feeling really crappy right now, as he finally had an opportunity to win the FTW World Heavyweight Championship, only to lose after going for his finisher. Not only did Christian lose, but Christian tapped right out of his FTW contract. That’s something that he’s going to be feeling a lot later.”

Pendelton: “It always sucks to lose one of these loser leaves town type matches, but you just got to keep on going. Hopefully Christian will find a good place to wrestle. But Antonio didn’t make it sound like this was going to be the only open challenge. Will we see this again?”

Dale McCoy: “I guess we’ll have to wait to find out! Until then, I’m Dale McCoy.”

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