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PostSubject: Full Throttle Wrestling - Anniversary Show (September 30, 2012)   Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:44 pm



Dale McCoy: "Welcome, Ladies and Gentlemen, to the first of hopefully many Anniversary Shows here in Full Throttle Wrestling!"

Pendelton: "We're celebrating in a big way tonight as we have some huge matches for all of you, including a World Tag Team bout and a Television Championship title match."

Dale McCoy: "Adam Vogel is even lacing up his boots as he plans to go one on one with William LaCroix, putting up his FTW World Heavyweight Championship in a no DQ match."

Pendelton: "I can't wait, let's get this party started!"




Alkaline Trio's "Fall Victim" plays as Michael Jones walks to the ring with a microphone in hand. After sliding in, Michael walks to the center of the ring before looking toward the backstage area.

Michael Jones: “Tonight Mr. Vogel, you expect me to compete against the returning Alexander Ravensdale in one of the matches that Ravensdale has the most experience in. You want me, the champion, to give my opponent the clear advantage by facing him in a ladders match? That’s ridiculous!”

Some of the crowd boos Michael thinking he is a coward while other show their support for him not wanting to give Ravensdale such an advantage.

Michael Jones: “But don’t worry Mr. Vogel, I have come out here with a suitable replacement match type to keep this match special for the crowd. I purpose that instead of having a ladder match for the FTW Television Championship, we have an overhead wires match for the FTW Television Championship match. Ravensdale doesn’t have the experience edge in this match and it’s still entertaining and special, it’s perfect! So what do you say, Mr. Vogel? Are you willing to change an unfair match into a fair and honest bout that the fans will love? Ravensdale and I will struggle to pull ourselves across the ring on these giant wires, which will be much more exciting than watching us climb up some boring old ladders!”


"Time to Shine" by Saliva blasts over the speakers as Adam Vogel steps out from the backstage with a microphone in his hand. Stopping at the top of the ramp, Vogel looks at the champion standing in the ring.

Adam Vogel: “What’s this? My Television Champion doesn’t want to fight in a ladder match? He’s afraid of his opponent? He’s so intimidated that now he’s out here begging me to change the match to something he’s more comfortable with?”

The crowd heckles Michael Jones, who looks a little irritated at Vogel.

Adam Vogel: “What happened to you Michael? Before you won the title you were so much more willing to take on the odds. You’d do anything that was asked of you - you never complained. And yet here you are right now, complaining about the odds and the match, trying to swindle a new match to avoid losing your championship. Are you trying to be like your brother? Because last time I checked, Shiloh Jones was no longer a member of the FTW roster. Heck, I don’t even know where he’s wrestling at anymore. What’s funny is that he used to be like you. Maybe it’s a Jones family thing, where all the men turn into bitches.”

Seeing Michael’s face and hearing the crowd’s reaction, Vogel decides that enough is enough.

Adam Vogel: “Alright, alright, don’t get too offended there, killer. I’ll tell you what Michael; I will do what you want. I’ll change the match from a ladder match to an overhead wires match, but, before you get too excited, I should tell you that that isn’t the only thing that is changing. Since I did something you wanted, we’re now going to do something that I want. Instead of the match being just you vs. Alexander Ravensdale, the match will now be a four way overhead wires match! The two men I will add to the match include one man who should be the FTW Television Champion and a man who kept him from it. That’s right, I’m adding Colton Charles Cai Cobb and Paredyse to the match! Have fun Michael, next time, be careful what you wish for.”

After flashing a smile at the man in the ring, Adam Vogel turns and walks into the backstage, leaving Michael alone to think about the new match.




Standing backstage in front of the camera is Ace Hawkins. Despite his recent losses, Hawkins keeps a strong face as he now looks to take on someone who is undefeated.

Ace Hawkins: “Tonight, I have been given the task of taking on the undefeated Hugo Andore. With Elizabeth Archer managing his career and showing him better technique week after week, Hugo has only been improving since his arrival here in Full Throttle Wrestling. Not only is he a giant of a man, but he has slowly been becoming more competent with all aspects of professional wrestling. What’s worse about this situation is that Hugo Andore hasn’t yet lose a match. He’s been undefeated here since his debut. As long as Archer is directing him and as long as Hugo is still massive in stature, he is a serious threat. But I am not going to dwell on the man’s size or the man’s support. In any match, you are only assured defeat if you believe yourself that you will lose! Like lightning, I have the chance to strike no matter the situation!”

Ace points at the camera.

Ace Hawkins: “Tonight Hugo, you had better be ready! I’m going to hit you with everything I have! Don’t underestimate me, lightning can and will be striking here tonight if you do. Be ready for a rough fight here tonight Hugo, because I am not going to just let you take the victory at my expense.”

Hawkins looks into the camera for a moment before giving it a smile. Hawkins turns and walks away, leaving the cameraman alone in the back.




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

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

Hollywood Undead’s “My Town” begins playing throughout the arena as Elizabeth steps out onto the entrance ramp. She turns her back to the ring and bends over, giving the audience a view of her before looking back and giving them a wink. After the seductive display, Elizabeth motions to the backstage. After a moment, the giant Hugo Andore steps out after her and walks to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Hugo has been making waves here in Full Throttle Wrestling since his debut. So far, he crushed The Executive Brooklyn Producer two times in a row to remain undefeated in this company. The German is looking to make Ace Hawkins be his third win.”

Pendelton: “Not only did Hugo defeat The Executive Brooklyn Producer twice, but he did it without letting The Executive Brooklyn Producer touch him. Now let’s welcome Miss Archer back to the commentary table!”

Elizabeth Archer: “It’s nice to be out here to watch my Hugo at work. Of course, it’s also good to be here to make sure neither one of you tries to put him down for defeating your lowest rated talent.”

Dale McCoy: “We were just making an observation. We recognize Hugo as being very powerful, but to gauge his true ability, we need to see how he does against someone who has actually won a match here in Full Throttle Wrestling. No offense intended toward The Executive Brooklyn Producer.”

Pendelton: “Well tonight, Hugo has a slightly larger challenge. Here he will be going against the young prospect Ace Hawkins, who came close to defeating Colton Charles Cai Cobb last week and was in the semi-finals during the Adam Vogel Invitational. It’ll be interesting to see how Hugo handles this kid.”

Elizabeth Archer: “I’m not sure it’ll be that interesting. Unfortunately, this kid shows a severe lack of knowledge in that ring. And besides that, he’s incredible small.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Ace Hawkins immediately runs at Hugo and jumps into the air before hitting him in the face with a forearm! But Hugo just stands there looking like nothing happened! Ace looks a little concerned but hits Hugo in the face with a punch nonetheless.”

Pendelton: “Hugo felt that one, but I don’t think it did any damage. Ace goes for another punch, but Hugo just knocks him down with a headbutt before his fist can connect!”

Elizabeth Archer: “Well, at this guy was able to get some offense in.”

Dale McCoy: “Hugo grabs Hawkins by the throat before lifting him in the air, but Hawkins manages to connect with a knee to the jaw of Hugo! Hugo releases his hold on Hawkins’s throat as he stumbles back, allowing Hawkins to leap into the air and tag him with a dropkick.”

Pendelton: “Hawkins quickly gets back up before running to the turnbuckle. Hawkins jumps on it before leaping at Hugo, but Hugo throws his head forward and buries it into Hawkins’ ribs with a headbutt!”

Elizabeth Archer: “I told you that this match wasn’t going to take very long. Another competitor who couldn’t take Hugo off of his feet, this is disheartening.”

Dale McCoy: “Hugo watches Hawkins writhe on the mat after having his ribs nearly broken in one move by the giant. Seeing enough, Hugo lifts Hawkins into a gorilla press before swinging him and falling, catching Hawkins and slamming his face into the mat with a reverse STO! The Megaton Press! Hugo places a hand onto Hawkins’s chest for the cover.”

Ray Johnson: “One! Two! Three!”

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

Pendelton: “I guess we saw a little more of what Hugo is all about. We busted this guy a bit for winning against a winless man, but here tonight he destroyed Ace Hawkins almost as dominantly as he did The Executive Brooklyn Producer!”

Dale McCoy: “This man is a monster, an absolute monster. If he can keep running through our roster like this, he’ll be World Heavyweight Champ in no time.”

Pendelton: ‘Maybe Elizabeth Archer was right, maybe there really is no stopping Hugo Andore.”

Dale McCoy: “I guess only time will tell. I have a feeling that Hugo is going to go far in this business though.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Anniversary Show (September 30, 2012)   Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:52 pm



Adam Vogel sits in his office, sipping from a cup of coffee as he thinks about what will happen later on in the night. Setting down his cup, Vogel looks over at Tommy Gunn. Meeting Tommy’s eyes, Vogel answers to an unasked question.

Adam Vogel: “No Tommy, I don’t want you out there tonight. I agreed to have a match against William LaCroix, and I will have it alone. I will not turn this into a two on one situation.”

Tommy continues to stare at Vogel, prompting Vogel to answer another unasked question.

Adam Vogel: “I know that Treachery will interfere in the match Tommy, but I still don’t want you down there. I’ll fight my own battle, and I’ll win it too. Aaron Blake can do whatever he wants to help William LaCroix, I’ll still win the match. You and I both know that William LaCroix has only just opened Pandora’s Box, he has yet to realize the horrors that are awaiting him.”

As he says that, Adam opens up a drawer and pulls out the FTW World Heavyweight Championship before setting it on his desk.

Adam Vogel: “And all for this! William LaCroix wants to be the World Champion so much that he thinks he can defeat me more easily than he can win a tournament! I have won more titles and tournaments in the past four years than William LaCroix has won in his whole career! My reputation speaks for itself, and it tells a story far longer than anything William LaCroix can imagine. The titles he imagines himself holding, I have already held. The admiration he hopes to claim, I have already earned. The money he hopes to make, I have already made three times over! However you phrase it, the things that LaCroix wants, I have already obtained. LaCroix will be facing someone who dwarfs him in success, in experience, in everything other than physical size goes, and as far as that goes, I have beaten bigger. I’ve been all around the world, wrestling in nearly every country and every region. I am Full Throttle Wrestling’s leviathan, LaCroix cannot possible hope to defeat me.”

While Tommy Gunn still looks concerned, Adam Vogel looks more confident than ever. Standing out of his desk, Adam looks directly into the camera, addressing William LaCroix explicitly this time.

Adam Vogel: “Tonight William, I am going to show you what it means to be a World Champion. I am going to show you that you simply aren’t ready to be one when you’re hiding behind a group. But more important than that, I am going to show you what it means to be a legend in this business, and why it is you will never be one! This “old man” is going to kick your ass LaCroix, and I’m going to show you why you should never assume that we veterans will be easy pickings for you.”

Adam Vogel starts to walk to his chair before grabbing the FTW World Heavyweight Championship and turning back to face the camera, holding the belt in front of it.

Adam Vogel: “Tonight you will see what Pandora’s Box has been holding for all these years, and you will understand what it means to fight a leviathan!”

Turning and setting his championship back down onto his desk, Adam reaches down and grabs a bag full of his gear before pushing past the cameraman and exiting the office.




Staring into the camera, Aaron Blake is looking eager for tonight’s matches.

Aaron Blake: “What a speech, Adam! Why, I had no idea that you thought yourself better than your entire roster! How ironic is it that you claim to be so large in this industry and then tell LaCroix how small he is. You tell LaCroix he can never be you because he “hides” behind a group, but you have spent nearly your entire career manipulating people into helping you attain your goals! You are no wrestling leviathan, you are only a leech! Tonight, I will enjoy watching William LaCroix take apart “Pandora’s Box”. Humph, what insolence declaring yourself to be Pandora’s equal.”

Blake scoffs at the idea before continuing.

Aaron Blake: “Did you know that your own sons have refused to be here tonight? They didn’t want to see their own father embarrass himself any further. Too bad they also told me that they can’t wait for you to be broken by LaCroix, because you have failed to run this company effectively for far too long. They look forward to being rid of your tainted influence, and finally having a man of actual intelligence leading FTW.”

Blake flashes a smile.

Aaron Blake: “The threads you’ve weaved will be undone tonight, Adam! We’ll start with the defeat of your tag team champions and end with the defeat of you. You’ve been a fun adversary, Vogel, but now you’ve walked right into my hands. Goodbye Vogel, you’ve lost.”

With finality in his voice, Blake makes it clear that he knows that this will be Adam Vogel’s final night in Full Throttle Wrestling.




The Pit, a place where rules have been forgotten, where humanity is set aside and savagery takes precedence. Yet it is here where Colton Charles Cai Cobb is found hours before his match for the FTW Television Championship. In a place where other men consider a fight for survival is where the FTW Superstar hones his skill. Amidst flowing blood and broken bones, C4 dispatches another man, nay another beast who made a mistake of challenging the beast of beasts. Looking around the triumphant wrestler who still looks fresh with only a small cut below his ear calls out.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "Eight fighters have stepped into my arena and failed, anyone wants to be loser number nine?"

C4 scans the crowd looking for his next victim yet even the largest of men do not meet his gaze.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "I see that intelligence has finally set upon the masses. Only a fool openly walks into the gates of hell, and that is what will happen later tonight at FTW! That's right three fools shall be educated in the art of pain and suffering just like the eight fools earlier tonight that learned a harsh lesson."

Colton Charles Cai Cobb pauses as he is handed his earnings for the evening. He counts the bills in his hands and raises them up into the air.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "With my earnings tonight, I shall buy anyone who is interested to watch more carnage entry to tonight's FTW Anniversary Show where I, Colton Charles Cai Cobb shall claim the title which is rightfully mine... THE FTW TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP! So who wants to bear witness to my glorious moment?!"

A resounding cheer is heard from the crowd.

Colton Charles Cai Cobb: "Come then! Let us depart to where I shall make an example of three unfortunate souls tonight... TO FTW!"

Crowd: "TO FTW!"

With C4 leading the way, the crowd excitedly follows as he makes his exit and the scene slowly fades to black.




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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 walk to the ring with their manager Aaron Blake.

Taryn Shay: “And introducing next, the FTW World Tag Team Champions, the team of Aldo van Eyck and Lars Alexander, The Professional Revolution!”

"Screaming Bloody Murder" by Sum 41 begins playing throughout the arena as Aldo van Eyck and Lars Alexander walk out from the backstage and onto the ramp. The crowd bursts into a frenzy of boos at the sight of Aldo and Lars, but the two men ignore the crowd as they walk to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Tonight we’ll be watching as Treachery gets their rematch against the Professional Revolution. I wonder if these two formulated a plan to avoid being taken down like Kazu and William were last time?”

Pendelton: “They better have come up with a plan or else Treachery will be taking another loss to this team.”

Dale McCoy: “And that would be a big hit to Aaron Blake who is hoping to not only win the FTW World Tag Team Championships, but also win the FTW World Heavyweight Championship later on here tonight.”

Pendelton: “Blake is likely thinking too highly of himself once again.”

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

Dale McCoy: “Lars and Kazu Nagai will be starting this match out. Lars quickly attacks with a forearm to Kazu’s face, but Kazu shrugs it off before kicking Lars in the gut, getting the underhook, and throwing him to the mat.”

Pendelton: “Lars gets back to his feet only to be met by a big boot to the jaw from Kazu Nagai. Nagai grabs Lars and signals that this match is already as good as over.”

Dale McCoy: ‘Kazu takes Lars over with suplex, slamming him to the mat before rolling over and scoring with a second suplex. Kazu rolls over again and slams Lars to the mat with a third suplex before bring Lars back to his feet and grabbing him by the waist for a gutwrench suplex. Kazu waits for Lars to get to his feet before grabbing him from behind, but Lars manages to fight out of the Nagai Driver attempt and tag in Aldo!”

Pendelton: “Aldo connects with a dropkick to Kazu’s jaw before knocking Kazu to the mat with a spinning wheel kick. As Kazu attempts to get up, Aldo catches him on the side of the head with a hard roundhouse kick before running to the ropes and using them for momentum for a shining wizard.”

Dale McCoy: “Lars Alexander runs across the ring and knocks Dmitry off of the apron before running to the ropes and bouncing off of them as Aldo grabs Nagai. Lars uses the momentum to spear Kazu to the mat while Aldo pulls him down with the Russian legsweep! There it was, the Moonlit Nightmare! Lars quickly flies through the ropes and into Dmitry to keep him out of play as Aldo goes for the cover!”

Michael Bull: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winners of the match via pinfall and STILL the FTW World Tag Team Champions, the team of Aldo van Eyck and Lars Alexander, The Professional Revolution!”

Pendelton: “I don’t believe it, The Professional Revolution just managed to knock off Treachery in just a few minutes! Kazu Nagai can’t believe that he didn’t kick out in time and is livid! Blake, Petrovich, and Nagai are trying to corner the referee, but he manages to get out of the ring and escape them.”

Dale McCoy: “This is a big blow for Treachery and for Aaron Blake. They were promising victories across the board here tonight, but they just lost this match in near record time! You know this is going to hurt Treachery’s momentum.”

Pendelton: “It sure is, they had better hope that William LaCroix comes through later on tonight, or else Treachery may just become the joke of the federation.”

Dale McCoy: “Rough days lie ahead for Treachery if they can’t get their act together.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Anniversary Show (September 30, 2012)   Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:59 pm



Sitting in the training room, Paredyse watches as several of the other wrestlers workout. Clearly quite interested in the sweating, fit bodies, Paredyse doesn’t initially notice the cameraman. After a moment Paredyse finally that somebody is standing right beside him.

Paredyse: “What? I like watching fit men, and I enjoy watching them workout so much more.”

Paredyse looks on dreamily as one of the men sends a training bag flying back with a kick.

Paredyse: “But that’s not why you are here. You want me to talk about my match tonight. Well, it’s really simple. Originally, I was planning on just picking a fight with Colton either in the ring or somewhere back here, but Vogel certainly made things easier for me! Now I get Colton in the ring as well as two other nice men, and once that bell rings, I’ll be free to touch them as much as I want. Colton, however, will not get any friendly touches; Colton will get the beating he deserves for dumping me off.”

Paredyse shifts his position as he continues to watch the other men in the room.

Paredyse: “And after I get done with Colton, I think I’ll go find someone to celebrate my title win with.”

Licking his lips, Paredyse makes it pretty clear what his celebrations will entail. The cameraman waits for a few seconds for Paredyse to speak, but Paredyse is too focused on the men to care about the camera time.




Standing in front of the camera with a confident expression, Alexander Ravensdale looks ready for his match tonight.

Alexander Ravensdale: “It’s about time that I return to Full Throttle Wrestling! A couple of months ago, I was sidelined with a concussion after being attacked backstage by Kazu Nagai. Finally, I was able to be cleared by the doctors to compete again, and once more be the top dog here in Full Throttle Wrestling! For too long I have watched others hold what rightfully belongs to me. For too long, I have had to sit and listen to the same refuse come out of the same subpar wrestlers’ mouths. Well tonight, that will finally end. Alexander Ravensdale has returned and is ready to take his prophesized place in wrestling’s history. Tonight, I begin my rise back to the top by defeating three other men to take back my FTW Television Championship. After regaining one of the titles that I was never defeated for, I’ll commence planning to regain the rest before looking to resolve a certain problem.”

Alexander’s face twists into something much more sinister.

Alexander Ravensdale: “Kazu Nagai is still walking, and that’s a problem. To get retribution for what he did to me, I will break some part of him. Like a toy in a child’s hand, you are doomed to be taken apart. However, unlike a child’s toy, it will not be curiosity or carelessness that shall take you apart, it will be a methodical beat down designed to cause you the most pain possible. You took away months of my career and you embarrassed me by doing it so easily, so next time we meet Kazu, I will return the favor. I will take away months of your career while embarrassing you as compensation. But take heart, that day won’t come for quite a while. The reckoning is coming Kazu, but I have to retake my possessions before I deal with you. When and where I take you down will be a matter of convenience to me.”

Alexander lets his works sink in for a moment before returning to his confident look.

Alexander Ravensdale: “But that brings me back to tonight. Adam Vogel has rightly decided to give me a match against Michael Jones for my lost FTW Television Championship. However, Michael wanted a match change and Vogel added more obstacles on my path to glory. Irrelevant, I say. I am skilled enough in that ring that I can make do in any type of match, and an overhead wires match isn’t something that is new to me. Tonight will go exactly as prophesized – I will win. Colton Charles Cai Cobb, Paredyse, and Michael Jones all know that they can’t defeat me, they just refuse to admit it. Instead, they blind themselves from the truth, so tonight I will remove those veils and allow them to witness my moment of triumph! Victory comes to those who deserve it, and talent always deserves victory.”

With a smirk, Alexander signals that the interview is over.




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Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is four way overhead wires match for the FTW Television Championship! Introducing first, Alexander Ravensdale!”

"Junkies for Fame" by Shinedown blasts over the arena as Alexander Ravensdale 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, Ravensdale pulls his vest off and tosses it onto the ground as he walks to the ring.

Taryn Shay: “Introducing next, Colton Charles Cai Cobb!”

Bond's "Explosive" starts blaring out of the speakers as the silhouette of the penultimate wrestler, covered in smoke and with a light show on, Colton Charles Cai Cobb raises from the ground with his back facing the crowd. He turns around as he steps off the platform and into the entrance ramp with a smirk on his face and an air of arrogance as he makes his way to the ring ignoring the loud boos which echo the ringside. He enters the ring, flexes and stretches waiting for the match to begin.

Taryn Shay: “Introducing next, Paredyse!”

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

Taryn Shay: “And finally, introducing the FTW Television Champion, Michael Jones!”

Alkaline Trio's "Fall Victim" plays as Michael Jones walks to the ring.

Dale McCoy: “Now this is a unique scenario we have here. This match was originally just going to Michael Jones vs. Alexander Ravensdale in a ladder match, but Jones complained and got the match changed to an overhead wires bout. Unfortunately for him, Vogel also added Paredyse and Colton Charles Cai Cobb to the match.”

Pendelton: “Colton came very close to winning the title from Michael Jones, but Paredyse cost Colton the opportunity. Now, both men who have influenced the Television title picture will have their chance to win it!”

Dale McCoy: “In a dangerous match like this though, anything can happen. Something to take note of is that Colton is at the largest disadvantage in this bout as he will have to hold up more weight when he’s going across those wires. The lighter, smaller competitors will be able to move faster and present smaller targets.”

Pendelton: “Colton will want to take all of his competitors out before trying to climb across the cables, because he’ll likely be unable to fight anyone off when he’s up there due to the weight he’ll need to support.”

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

Dale McCoy: “As the bell rings, Colton muscles Paredyse back and into a corner before pounding him with punches. Ravensdale and Jones look a little taken aback by the viciousness of Colton’s attack. The two look at one another before deciding to go after Colton. Jones grabs Colton’s arm and spins him around, but Colton levels him with a hard right hand before decking Ravensdale with a clothesline!”

Pendelton: “Colton goes back to pummeling Paredyse as Ravensdale rolls out of the ring to regain his senses after that clothesline.”

Dale McCoy: “Jones gets back up and again pulls Colton back, but Colton kicks him in the gut before throwing Jones over the ropes and down onto Alexander! Colton turns back to again wail on Paredyse, but Paredyse kicks him in the gut, stalling Colton. Colton tries to attack again, but Paredyse with a second kick to the gut out of the corner. Colton starts to advance for a third time and this time manages to catch Paredyse’s gut kick attempt.”

Pendelton: “Colton yanks Paredyse into the air by the leg and lets Paredyse fall down hard to the mat! Colton is quick to follow up with an elbow drop onto the chest before putting one of Paredyse’s arms between his legs and stretching it back while pulling Paredyse’s head the opposite way!”

Dale McCoy: “While Colton is distracted with this submission hold, Alexander throws Michael Jones into the guard rail before sliding into the ring behind him. Alexander measures before connecting with a very stiff kick to the back of Colton’s head! Colton holds the spot where he was kicked as he gets up, but as he turns to Ravensdale, he is thrown to the ropes by a hurricanrana!”

Pendelton: “Colton tries to get back up, only to take a dropkick to the back that pushes him throat-first into the ropes. Alexander takes this opportunity to jump on Colton’s back, using all of his weight to push Colton’s throat into the ring rope!”

Dale McCoy: “As Ravensdale continues to suffocate Colton, Michael Jones slides back into the ring and runs towards Ravensdale before jumping and hitting him on the back, causing Ravensdale to fall over the ropes and to the floor. Jones pulls Colton off of the ropes before taking him to the mat with a neckbreaker.”

Pendelton: “Jones uses the ropes to get some height before coming down with a knee onto Colton’s jaw. Turning around, Jones sees Paredyse looking dazed and grabs him from behind before running him to the ropes and sending him over.”

Dale McCoy: “Jones turns to the turnbuckle and hops onto it before jumping up and grabbing a hold of the wire above it. Jones starts to navigate his way cross the cable, only to be seen by Colton! Colton rushes over and grabs Jones’ legs before swinging him, causing Jones to lose his grip and fall hard into the mat!”

Pendelton: “Colton dumps Jones out of the ring before turning and catching Alexander in his arms. Colton tosses Ravensdale to the mat before climbing onto the turnbuckle. Looking at the ropes, Colton tentatively grabs the wire, but decides against it and instead climbs down to stomp on Ravensdale.”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse slides back into the ring and Colton goes for him, but Paredyse tackles him and goes to work with a series of punches on Colton, paying him back for the beating earlier. But Colton, being the larger man, manages to roll Paredyse over and take the top position, allowing Colton to continue what he started earlier with some vicious ground and pound.”

Pendelton: “Paredyse covers up as best he can, but it isn’t long before Ravensdale has recovered and connects with a roundhouse to the base of Colton’s skull! Colton’s eyes just rolled up into his head! I think he’s out!”

Dale McCoy: “Paredyse pushes the unconscious Colton off of him and immediately takes a hard kick to the head from Ravensdale. Ravensdale yanks Paredyse up before lifting him into the air and driving him into the mat with the brainbuster! Jones slides back into the ring, but Ravensdale back body drops him before he can connect with any sort of offense!”

Pendelton: “Ravensdale waits for Jones to get up before using the turnbuckle to hit that springboard corkscrew cutter of his!”

Dale McCoy: “With everyone down, Ravensdale takes this opportunity to quickly get onto one of those overhead wires and starts heading across to the title! But Colton regained consciousness and has grabbed Ravensdale’s legs! Colton throws the legs back, causing Ravensdale’s grip to break and Ravensdale falls face-first to the mat, only managing to mitigate the damage by throwing his arms out in front of him!”

Pendelton: “That didn’t look good. That landing could have caused a broken nose, a concussion, a neck injury, a broken wrist, or even popped that shoulder out of place.”

Dale McCoy: “Colton kicks Paredyse in the gut as he tries to get up and lifts him onto a shoulder before slamming him face-first into the mat with the Ground Zero! Colton then grabs Jones and hurls him over the top rope before climbing onto the turnbuckle and this time going on to grab the wires and start across them.”

Pendelton: “But Colton isn’t moving fast enough! A clearly hurting Alexander sees Colton going across from the outside and climbs onto the apron before getting onto the turnbuckle. Alexander leaps and connects with a dropkick to the back of Colton, knocking Colton down!”

Dale McCoy: “But Ravensdale’s hurt shoulder is really feeling it after that move! Ravensdale nonetheless takes this opportunity to try to climb across the wires, but his shoulder can’t take it! Ravensdale drops back down onto the turnbuckle and nurses at his shoulder, trying to get it ready for the stretch.”

Pendelton: “Michael Jones charges towards Ravensdale, but Ravensdale extends his leg and catches the incoming Jones with a kick to the face. Grabbing him, Ravensdale leaps off the turnbuckle, landing on the mat and using the momentum to score with a snap suplex on Jones!”

Dale McCoy: “Ravensdale turns around and gets leveled by the STO from Paredyse! As Jones tries to get up, Paredyse bounces off of the ropes before taking Jones to the mat with the Swansong! The path is looking clear but only momentarily as Colton blasts Paredyse from behind with an elbow to the skull! Colton quickly yanks Paredyse back up before slamming him face-first into the turnbuckle!”

Pendelton: “Colton wails on Paredyse with punches, but Paredyse manages to fight back and the two are exchanging!”

Dale McCoy: “The two go back and forth, only to have their brawl broken up by a double dropkick from Ravensdale! Ravensdale tries to take advantage of the situation and lift Colton onto his shoulders, but Colton fights him off before trapping Ravensdale’s arm behind his back with a hammerlock and running him to the turnbuckle and throwing him between the pads! Ravensdale’s hurt shoulder just slammed into the steel turnbuckle post!”

Pendelton: “How observant by Colton! I didn’t know that he was aware of Ravensdale’s injury!”

Dale McCoy: “Colton turns and kicks Paredyse in the face with a big boot before climbing onto the turnbuckle and grabbing onto the wires. Colton slowly starts to make his way across, but again takes too much time as Paredyse grabs hold of his legs. But Colton manages to kick him off before dropping down and decking Paredyse with a hard clothesline! Colton kicks Paredyse out of the ring before going up again.”

Pendelton: “Colton slowly makes his way across the ropes with no one able to stop him! He is almost to the title, but Michael Jones recovers and hops onto a turnbuckle before jumping off of it and onto the overhead wire! Paredyse reenters the ring and jumps on a different turnbuckle before also getting onto the wire!”

Dale McCoy: “Both Paredyse and Jones make their way toward the title quickly, getting there as Colton attempts to pull it off! The two men kick at Colton, causing him to loss his grip and fall to the mat! Jones and Paredyse begin kicking at one another, trying to knock each other off, but unbeknownst to them both is Alexander!”

Pendelton: “Alexander grabs the wire and pulls himself up enough to wrap his legs around the wire. Using one arm and his legs, Alexander scoots his way across the wire!”

Dale McCoy: “Losing the kick fight and thinking that he and Paredyse are the only two near the belt, Jones throws himself at Paredyse and knocks him off the wire! Jones looks up after dealing with Paredyse to see Ravensdale getting closer to the belt!”

Pendelton: “Jones climbs onto the turnbuckle and gets onto the wire before going after Ravensdale, but he can’t make it in time! Ravensdale’s got the title unhooked!”

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

Dale McCoy: “Michael Jones can’t believe it! He just took care of Paredyse and thought he was home free, but in actuality he only made it easier for Ravensdale to capture the belt!”

Pendelton: “That was a big miscalculation by Michael Jones. If he had just took in his surroundings, he could have avoided handing Alexander the victory.”

Dale McCoy: “Well, what’s done is done, and we have a new Television champion because of it! Alexander Ravensdale has taken the first step in his goals of regaining all of the gold he lost due to his injury.”

Pendelton: “That injured shoulder may prevent Ravensdale from ever reaching that goal.”
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PostSubject: Re: Full Throttle Wrestling - Anniversary Show (September 30, 2012)   Sun Sep 30, 2012 10:04 pm



A livid William LaCroix hurls a chair at the wall as the cameraman steps into the locker room of the Swiss superstar.

William LaCroix: “Adam! I heard your comments you little son of a bitch! Do I look so wretched to you that you think you can insult me whenever you please? I have earned everything I have gotten in this business, and tonight I will earn that World Heavyweight Championship, you old fool!”

Pausing for a moment, William LaCroix calms down a bit before continuing.

William LaCroix: “You want to term yourself a leviathan? Do you really think that highly of yourself? You are nothing more than a has-been, a mere afterthought. Neither these people nor I care about you anymore. You want to assert your fading abilities here tonight by defeating me? As if! Tonight the story will end with you fallen at my feet as I raise the FTW World Heavyweight Championship over my head once more in jubilation. Your misery and misfortune will only be exacerbated by your loss here tonight, the loss that will finally euthanize that plague-stricken career of yours. You are nothing now, and you never were anything, Adam. You are simply an afterthought, and after tonight, you won’t even be that.”

William motions to his waist, making a gesture that tells the camera that there soon will be a title around it.

William LaCroix: “I’m going to take back MY FTW World Heavyweight Championship here tonight. I was the first champion, it is only fitting that I should also be the last champion. The title should never have left my waist to begin with, but tonight, I rectify that little mistake. I am Full Throttle Wrestling’s Champion, and I will lead this company into a new era as I dispose of the incompetent general manager that has led this place to ruin. Tonight, the false savior dies, and a new season of prestige will take his place.”




VS

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

"Sonne" by Rammstein begins playing over the speakers as the big man from Switzerland walks down towards the ring. He ignores the crowd as he climbs up the metal stairs onto the ring apron. After wiping his feet on the apron, LaCroix swings one of his long legs over the top rope before doing the same with the other.

Taryn Shay: “And now introducing his opponent, the FTW World Heavyweight Champion, Adam Vogel!”

"Time to Shine" by Saliva blasts over the speakers as Adam Vogel steps out from the back. He looks over the audience in attendance before smiling to himself, knowing that he's the reason those asses are in the seats. He walks down to the ring before sliding in and waiting for the start of the match.

Dale McCoy: “The only way to win this match is by pinfall or submission. Everything will be legal and there will be no count outs as Adam Vogel looks to defeat William LaCroix and prove that he is still as good as he once was.”

Pendelton: “I don’t think Adam Vogel has anything to prove, but if William LaCroix wants to try and exploit Adam Vogel, he had better think of a new plan because that isn’t going to work. LaCroix is in for a rough night.”

Dale McCoy: “That may be the understatement of the year. However, Aaron Blake is out here and there is always the chance for interference from Treachery costing Adam Vogel the match here. Vogel will have to be careful to avoid letting that happen.”

Pendelton: “This is Adam Vogel we’re talking about, he is always careful and always prepared.”

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

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix tries to start this match off with a lock up, but Adam Vogel isn’t about to baited into that kind of situation. Vogel back off and circles around, waiting for LaCroix to do something different, so LaCroix follows the smaller competitor with caution.”

Pendelton: “LaCroix starts to corner Vogel, but is cornering someone like him really a good idea? The answer is no.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix finally goes for Vogel, but Adam leaps into the air and connects with a dropkick to the jaw of LaCroix! LaCroix is barely staying on his feet after lunging into that one! Vogel takes advantage of his stunned opponent, running at him and grabbing him before spinning around and using the momentum to land on the mat while holding LaCroix’s jaw to his shoulder, nearly breaking it! Vogel hooks a leg for the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two…”

Pendelton: “LaCroix kicks out at two, before getting up and holding his jaw, which is clearly in pain. LaCroix rushes towards Vogel, but Vogel ducks underneath the clothesline and counters with a reverse STO!”

Dale McCoy: “Vogel rolls through and gets back to his feet as LaCroix’s head whiplashes from the impact. Vogel takes advantage of this, scoring with a low dropkick! LaCroix groggily tries to get back up, only for Vogel to use the ropes for momentum before driving him face-first into the mat with a bulldog! LaCroix again attempts to get up as Vogel bounces off of the other set of ropes and comes back with a high knee to the jaw!”

Pendelton: “Vogel runs to the other set of ropes and bounces off of them before coming back to LaCroix and scoring with a jumping corkscrew forearm shot to the temple! LaCroix can’t keep up with Vogel’s unrelenting assault!”

Dale McCoy: “Vogel pulls LaCroix up before taking him to the mat with a suplex. Vogel follows up with a knee drop to the jaw before hopping back up and landing a leg drop! Vogel heads to the turnbuckle and climbs onto it before leaping off and landing on LaCroix with a corkscrew elbow drop! Vogel hooks a leg!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “Despite taking a lot of offense there in a short period of time, LaCroix manages to push Vogel off of him before the three. Adam kicks LaCroix in the face before diving into him with a clothesline! Vogel starts to walk towards LaCroix when his ankle is grabbed by Blake!”

Dale McCoy: “Vogel shakes off Blake’s grip, but the distraction allowed LaCroix to recover! LaCroix nearly takes Vogel’s head off with a clothesline as he turns around! LaCroix quickly pulls Vogel up before sending him flying with the belly-to-belly suplex! As Vogel gets back up, LaCroix kicks him in the face with the big boot!”

Pendelton: “But LaCroix isn’t done, he wants to press his advantage. LaCroix sends Vogel running to the ropes with an irish whip. LaCroix runs towards an oncoming Vogel, looking to connect with a hellacious clothesline-“

Dale McCoy: “But Vogel ducks underneath it and continues to the opposite set of ropes, using them for momentum, before coming back and kicking William LaCroix on the jaw with the Vogel Kick! Vogel just hit his finisher; will this match already come to an end? Vogel is hooking both legs for the victory here!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “LaCroix somehow manages to kick out before the three! That’s incredible! I thought this match was over!”

Dale McCoy: “I’m sure Vogel thought the same. Vogel doesn’t dwell on this though and instead works on dropping a few more knees onto LaCroix’s jaw. After a few of those, Vogel pulls LaCroix up and keeps his arms isolated, allowing Vogel to land vicious knee after vicious knee to the unprotected head!”

Pendelton: “Vogel is weakening up the head so that his next finisher will bring about an assured ending to this match. Vogel just drove LaCroix’s head into the mat with a DDT!”

Dale McCoy: “Vogel heads to the top rope again, this time looking for a leg drop, but as he leaps, LaCroix springs to life! LaCroix catches Vogel out of midair and slams him spine-first into the mat with the Neurotoxin! LaCroix is holding the shoulders down for the cover!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Pendelton: “But Vogel kicks out! LaCroix can’t believe it! He just hit the Neurotoxin out of midair, only to have Adam Vogel still kick out of the pin!”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix looks pissed as he exits the ring and goes underneath it to retrieve a table! LaCroix slides it into the ring before reaching underneath and getting a second table, but as he goes to put this one in the ring, Adam Vogel hits it with a low dropkick, knocking it back and into the face of LaCroix!”

Pendelton: “Adam goes out and grabs LaCroix, but LaCroix manages to fight him off before throwing him face-first into the steel turnbuckle post. LaCroix then tosses Vogel into the crowd barricade before rolling him back into the ring.”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix slides back into the ring and sets up a table before grabbing Vogel and trying for a suplex, but Vogel lands on his feet on the other side of the table! As LaCroix turns around, Vogel pushes the table into his gut before grabbing him and pulling him onto it.”

Pendelton: “Vogel climbs onto the nearby turnbuckle and leaps, connecting with a leg drop to the back of LaCroix’s head! That pulled LaCroix off of the table, but you can bet that that really hurt! Vogel goes into the cover.”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Thr…”

Dale McCoy: “Again LaCroix manages to kick out! Vogel pulls LaCroix up and tries to get a underhook, but LaCroix powers Vogel into the air before slamming him into the turnbuckle. LaCroix grabs a hold of Vogel and climbs onto the turnbuckle before pulling him up and into a powerbomb position, but Vogel, not wanting to go through a table, fights him off with punches to the head!”

Pendelton: “Adam gets down onto the ropes and tries to hook LaCroix up for a superplex, but LaCroix hangs on and instead pushes Adam off of the turnbuckle. But Adam lands on his feet! Adam leaps up and catches LaCroix on the head with an enzuigiri!”

Dale McCoy: “LaCroix barely stays on the turnbuckle, but Adam Vogel is going to make him pay for that. Adam climbs back up and again hooks LaCroix for the superplex, and this time takes him up and over before putting him down and through the table that was in the ring! This match is over if Adam Vogel can just cover LaCroix!”

Pendelton: “But Dmitry Petrovich and Kazu Nagai have just hit the ring! Vogel sees them coming and ducks under a double clothesline attempt before bouncing off of the ropes and catching both of them in the jaw with Vogel Kicks!”

Dale McCoy: “As Vogel gets up, he turns to see Blake trying to punch him with a set of brass knuckles! Vogel manages to catch the arm before kicking Blake in the jewels and dropping him on his head with the Credit Check! Oliver Evans tries to get involved, but Vogel locks him into a cobra clutch before dropping to the mat and wrapping his legs around Oliver’s midsection, forcing Oliver to tap out to the Lethal Injection!”

Pendelton: “But Vogel isn’t going to give it up that easily! He is planning on choking Oliver out to make sure that there is no more interference! But this gives LaCroix time to recover!”

Dale McCoy: “Seeing LaCroix’s recover, Adam finally lets go of Oliver and gets to his feet. Ducking underneath a Riot Run from LaCroix, Adam uses the ropes for momentum before connecting with yet another Vogel Kick! Adam hooks both legs for the pin!”

Mark Davis: “One! Two! Three!”

Taryn Shay: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the match via pinfall and STILL the FTW World Heavyweight Champion, Adam Vogel!”

Pendelton: “Vogel wins! I knew he could do it! Despite all of Blake’s attempts, Vogel comes out on top here in this one!”

Dale McCoy: “But as Vogel celebrates his win, he is blindsided by an elbow from Dmitry! Dmitry stomps on Vogel’s head as Aaron Blake and Kazu Nagai bring in a special table…oh God! It’s a glass table!”

Pendelton: “They’re trying to maim Adam Vogel!”

Dale McCoy: “William LaCroix climbs onto the turnbuckle as the table is set up. Dmitry drags Adam Vogel over to LaCroix and helps LaCroix get him up and into position for a powerbomb…Dmitry moves out of the way as LaCroix throws Adam forward and through the table!”

Pendelton: “There’s glass and blood everywhere, Dale! We need to get some help in there right now for Adam Vogel…this is disgusting!”

Dale McCoy: “We’re sorry ladies and gentlemen, but this is the end of the show. The good moment of victory for Adam Vogel is ruined by Treachery’s absolutely disgusting actions! I…I am at a loss for words.”
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