Scene: – Nighttime, in an alley – (Unspecified planet)
A lone figured can be seen in a back-alleyway, clinging to the shadows.
Unknown Figure: Yeah. They bought it. Hook, line, and sinker. Just like you said. Took the money and everything. … Yeah. It’s all taken care of. … Yeah. It’s all in place. … No. I’m just waiting on you now.
A man in an overgrown bear outfit enters the narrow passageway, seemingly confused.
Hector: Splatter? … You there buddy?
The man in the shadows speaks a couple quiet, inaudible words, before responding.
Splatter: Yeah. Right here.
Hector: What the… ? Where have you been? We’ve been waiting for you. Splatter: Well uh… me an Arsenal here (holds up his club) had to sort some things out. Said something about seeing a friend back here, but couldn’t find them. Nope.
There is hesitance in Hector’s body language and speech, as if something is out of place.
Hector: Well… … come on. Let’s get going. We got a lot of things going on.
With that he turned and walked away, knowing Splatter would follow. The masked lunatic stopped, turned and stared into the darkness, with Arsenal in hand. Waiting. After what seemed about a minute he broke the silence.
Splatter: Come soon please. Everything is ready… and I’m not sure how much more of this guy’s crap I can take.
He sighed, shook his head and then walked away; leaving the darkness...
Last Edit: Jul 27, 2014 22:00:42 GMT -5 by Cernunnos
Along with the music a montage of non-GWF wrestlers can be seen in a variety of matches, performing many various and exciting moves. Although the action is fast and furious, moving to the beat of the music, some specific wrestlers can be seen in action. - Dogma, pitchfork in hand, is seen performing a deadly Asai moonsault onto Pride. - Harm performs a neck breaker on Son of Saturn. - Death Knight III leaps off of the top turnbuckle toward Titan Kid II. - Y2K nails Stryker with a cross arm breaker. - ExZcutioner looks Forlorn into the Thumbscrew. - Akuma and Kanazawa perform a double clothesline to Mike Quackenbush. - Flash hits the Eradicator with a devastating dropkick. - Revelation elbows Surgeon trying to escape an abdominal stretch. - Dragonlord places Akuma in a sleeper. - Cernunnos performs a crablock on Tusk. - Jack Rabbid shakes hands with Toratlis.
***** Music and montage fades *****
The logo standard is different from past GWF shows… as it’s the CPC logo.
Euritar: You may have noticed that there was a different logo than usual on tonight as we start the program. No, it’s not because it’s a new year and we’re going retro, or that we have gone bankrupt! Happy New Year by the way. … It’s because I have something to say to you, the viewer, on behalf of the GWF, and I don’t know exactly how to put it.
A look of worry crosses his face, but he continues.
Euritar: Well… here goes. Today I received some paperwork, that I had to sign before it could be given to me. The news that it brought with it was disappointing to say the least. You know what… I’m not going to waste your time. Let’s just get down to it. I’m going to read the letter, right here, right now.
With that he pulled out a piece of paper and began to read.
Euritar: Dear GWF Commissioner Euritar,
It gives us great pleasure to announce to you and the rest of the universe that the Black Death crisis has reached its end. Although this is great news to the trillions upon trillions of the universe’s inhabitants; now comes the difficult part of examining the foreign technology that the interlopers were working with.
In accordance with a plea-bargain, all charges have dropped and the assailants collectively known as Black Death have been cleared of their criminal involvement in return for working alongside U.F.S.P. investigators. As per the agreement all scientific instruments and data from the site known as “Ground Zero” has been turned over to U.F.S.P. authorities; and we are currently working on cures for the disease outbreaks that have been wreaking havoc on the universe.
Due to this delicate situation, the U.F.S.P. is required by universal laws to proceed with the collection of any and all information as it relates to the offenders.
We regret to inform you, the commissioner of the GWF, that in keeping with this policy the U.F.S.P. has the right to exercise its full authority to interview, detain and limit the appearances of members associated with and formerly associated with this faction as well as all of the GWF personnel; as your federation’s involvement and activities with the conspiracy known Black Death has placed your company under investigation as well.
In order to fully comply with our investigation teams we ask that Filsinger Sports turn over any and all of its GWF records and equipment, personal or otherwise, immediately. The property in question includes, however is not limited to, GWF rings, production and television supplies, company transportation, supercomputers and all sanctioned belts. Additionally all company assets are hereby frozen until such a time as they have been cleared by the appropriate U.F.S.P. investigation team. Once turned over, all GWF property seized will be the property of the U.F.S.P. until further notice; as the GWF has been reduced from a self-sustaining free enterprise organization to one overseen by the U.F.S.P. under interim status, until these matters can be cleared.
Failure to comply with these terms will be met with full prosecution under the law.
As unfortunate as these circumstances are to your company, these matters are serious and the U.F.S.P. must report its findings to the general public; for its continued welfare.
Sincerely, Mr. Jerk-face Von-Two tooth
Euritar: Well… that’s not exactly what it says his name is… I kind of made that-one up. But you get the point. The GWF has been placed on interim status until the U.F.S.P. clears us on our involvement in the Black Death incident. Our involvement with the Black Death conspiracy? WE FOUGHT THEM! Us the GWF! ALONE! We fought Black Death, while the U.F.S.P. …
He shook his head and regained his composure, continuing as if his side-rant wasn’t even spoken.
Euritar: Well folks… there you have it. Your regularly scheduled GWF program will not be on tonight, as our equipment has been taken and our talent is being questioned. We also couldn’t afford any lengthy amount of air time tonight, as we are kind of low on funds and resources. So we asked one of our good friends if they would be so kind as to jointly enter into a collective pool of sorts… and put on a show for our fans tonight with their talent in order to help us fill up the time-slots that we have already paid for. Both companies feel that this is a win-win situation as we get to fill our pre-paid time with the network, and they get our audience exposure! Tonight, and tonight only, fans from both organizations will see a once in a lifetime event as both the GWF and the newly reformed CPC collide in a co-main event when wrestlers from both organizations battle it out in the ring!
The smile leaves his face as he again gets serious.
Euritar: Fans. I promise you, this isn’t the end of the GWF! This is a one-time event, as moments before we went on air the GWF attorneys have informed me that we are entitled to temporary funds in order to continue producing a weekly product. So you can be sure that by this time next week we will return to our regular show. And with that said… I take my leave of you. Please sit back and watch some entertaining wrestling!
- And the -
- Live at Paragon of Virtue (01/02/2130) -
With a capacity crowd of 30,000
Marcus Colby: Hello everyone! And welcome to the new CPC! I’m your host Marcus Colby! Lieutenant Yusef: And Lieutenant Yusef. Marcus Colby: Yes. That’s right! My sub-host tonight! Lieutenant Yusef: Sub host? Marcus Colby: Lieutenant Yusef! Lieutenant Yusef: Yeah. I already introduced myself. Marcus Colby: But I didn’t. Say ‘Hi’ to the nice people at home Lieutenant. Lieutenant Yusef: Hi.
He nods at the camera and Colby continues.
Marcus Colby: You will see. Here in the new CPC we don’t have second rate matches! Everything you see and hear will be first class. And just in case you were wondering, the answer is no. Lieutenant Yusef: No. Marcus Colby: No. Lieutenant Yusef: No? Marcus Colby: No. I will not be wrestling tonight. I have chosen to stay right here...
The camera focuses in on him…
Marcus Colby: In this very, gold-lined and diamond encrusted, seat… to bring you the action in the ring tonight.
And then back to the commentators.
Lieutenant Yusef: Really? Marcus Colby: Really. You will not see Marcus Colby or the wonderful Lieutenant Yusef, the President’s Club, in that very ring! Nope. Not tonight. If you want to see that, then you will have to buy our premier pay-per view, CPC: All that Glitters, this upcoming Saturday night! Lieutenant Yusef: A shameless plug? Marcus Colby: It pays the bills. Yusef. And if you think about it, that’s actually money in your pockets. That is, unless you don’t want your daily stipend. Lieutenant Yusef: Oh. No. No. No.
Yusef shakes his head in disgust as Colby continues.
Marcus Colby: That’s right! You won’t see the President’s Club in action tonight! But you will see…
Eradicator vs. Flash Rolex vs. Tiberius Cota Cernunnos vs. Dogma vs. Crow: Tirion Triple Threat Match
Lieutenant Yusef: And then the action heats up with?
Dr. Payne vs. Tournament Master Masked Assassins (Death Knight III, ExZcutioner and Harm) vs. Fighting Titans (Forlorn, Titan Kid II and Son of Saturn): Assassin Rules Trios Match
Marcus Colby: And to round it all out… a spectacular main event pitting the CPC tag team contenders, Titan Revenge against the GWF’s very own Gladiators of Aethra!
Titan Revenge vs. Gladiators (Rush and Turmoil): CPC vs. GWF Match
Lieutenant Yusef: Wait really?
A smile crosses Yusef’s face.
Marcus Colby: Yeah. Right here tonight! Lieutenant Yusef: Titan Revenge vs. the Gladiators of Aethra? Marcus Colby: Yeah… Here tonight!
Yusef’s bursts openly into laughter.
Lieutenant Yusef: You had to have done that on purpose. I mean everyone knows what’s going on. If you’re too blind to see this… Really? Right before the pay-per view where they fight us for the tag belts? Titans vs. Gladiators? This is just too good to be true! Marcus Colby: Yeah. Of course. It’s my fed.
He smiles and then nods at the camera.
Marcus Colby: We will be back after these commercial messages with our matches!
With that the feed fades, as Yusef continues to laugh heartily.
********** START COMMERCIALS **********
From GWF Pictures… Coming to theaters February 9, 2130… Former GWF star Mandrill stars in a movie of epic proportions… RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE MANDRILLS
… You have been warned.
********** END COMMERCIALS **********
[More to come soon...]
Last Edit: Aug 2, 2014 15:12:09 GMT -5 by Cernunnos
Marcus Colby: We are back ladies and gentlemen! And let’s get right down to, the best part of the night… the business!
Eradicator vs. Flash This match was short and sweet, but not in a way one might imagine. Flash started the action with a slingshot suplex and then immediately went for a TURBO DIVE; however a momentary distraction by the Master Assassin was all Eradicator needed to surprise his opponent with a small package and three count. Winner: Eradicator (via pin-fall)
Rolex vs. Tiberius Cota Another short match. Tiberius Cota started the match off, but a couple moves in Rolex tossed him into the ropes and hit the rebounding opponent with a Tempus Fugit. Rolex then went for the TICKING CLOCK, but in mid stride stopped and let his opponent get his wind. A couple of seconds later he performed it again, and then again… but stopped both times to give Cota a fighting chance. Tiberius knew his time was coming, so he tried to mount an offense, but it was ineffective. Fallowing a standing suplex, Rolex simply sat up and performed a triple MEMENTO MORI and pinned his opponent for the win.* Winner: Rolex (via pin-fall) (*The finisher mechanic was really fun to play out. I rolled TICKING CLOCK and rolled a 6, then followed up with another TICKING CLOCK, but rolled a 5, then rolled a third one in a row, but rolled a 4. A couple moves latter a triple MEMENTO MORI was the result)
Cernunnos vs. Dogma vs. Crow: Tirion Triple Threat Match The action was fast and furious at the beginning, but eventually Crow mounted an effective offense. He repeatedly hit both Cernunnos and Dogma with springboard leg drops and moonsault presses but couldn’t keep anyone down for too long. Finally he nailed Cernunnos with a Kobe Kick and tossed Dogma out of the ring to stop him from interfering. Immediately he followed up with a flying bulldog on Cernunnos and went for a cover; but the monster-man kicked out. Slyly Dogma slide into the ring, but was caught by Crow who greeted him with an ARABIAN FACEBUSTER, but could not pin Dogma either. Seeing that Cernunnos still wasn’t moving either he followed up with a DEATHSAULT and cover on Dogma; but again it just wasn’t enough. Frustrated, Crow grabbed both men and took them outside of the ring where a brawl erupted between the three involving chairs, the guard rail and even the announcer table; but Dogma got the upper hand after choking-out Crow with his pitchfork after Cernunnos was backdropped into the crowd. Dogma hurriedly pushed Crow into the ring and locked in THE GRINDER, but Cernunnos broke it up with a Deathline and went for the ALL THINGS REMEMBERED, but missed. Sensing blood Dogma took Crow to the top rope to perform a superplex through the announce table and went for a cover. Confused, as this wasn’t a falls count anywhere match, the referee nonetheless began the count; regardless Crow still kicked out on two. Dogma took the action into the ring and hit a recovering Cernunnos with a springboard moonsault and covered him, but he too kicked out at two. Again the action carried outside of the ring and the two battled it out until Cernunnos interfered with Dogma’s pitchfork. An angry Cernunnos stabbed both men, and after watching them fall stood over them and slowly made his way to the back as the ref called for the bell. Winner: Crow and Dogma (via disqualification)(Fatigue: Cernunnos – 2, Dogma – 2, Crow – 1)
There was blood all around, as each man worn out tried to gather themselves. Cernunnos leveled both opponents with the pitchfork before dropping it and making his way to the back. Both Crow and Dogma were not moving as the feed went to commercials.
********** START COMMERCIALS **********
President’s Club 01/07/2130 PAY-PER VIEW … ‘Nuff Said!
********** END COMMERCIALS **********
Dr. Payne vs. Tournament Master Tournament Master started the action off with a couple moves, but Dr. Payne quickly cut him off with a tackle and two ground and pounds followed up by a wraparound throw and cover. Dr. Tournament Master easily kicked out, but Payne immediately hit his rising opponent with the PAYNE GAME and covered his opponent for a convincing one-sided victory. Winner: Dr. Payne (via pin-fall)(Fatigue: Tournament Master – 1)
Masked Assassins (Death Knight III, ExZcutioner and Harm) vs. Fighting Titans (Forlorn, Titan Kid II and Son of Saturn): Assassin Rules Trios Match Harm started the match off against Son of Saturn, who took it to the assassin; but throwing the opponent into the turnbuckle backfired when Harm backdropped the Titan out of the ring. Son of Saturn came back in but was greeted by a HARM’S WAY, forcing Titan Kid II and Forlorn to interfere; however they were met by the other assassins. Saturn kicked out of the pin, but Harm put on the pain with a DROP ZONE, however again couldn’t get the pin. After a C-Leg Knee Exploder Harm went for the finish with the PLANNED ASSASSINATION, giving Death Knight III the tag. Death Knight went for the cover as Forlorn and Titan Kid II tried to intervene but were cut off; giving the first decision to the Assassins. Titan Kid II entered the ring and went to work on Death Knight III, but soon both men tagged out making way for ExZcutioner to take on Forlorn. Forlorn quickly went to work on ExZcutioner putting the hurt on him. After a couple moves Forlorn delivered a pair of vicious Andromeda Drops. ExZcutioner had no choice but to tag out to Harm. Entering the ring he immediately delivered a Loaded Glove and then two Assassin Drops before going for the kill with a DROP ZONE. Kid makes the save and Harm tags in the excited ExZcutioner, who after a face claw and a Headsman Guillotine goes for another cover, but Forlorn kicked out a hair away from three. Several moves later ExZcutioner sees an opening and hit his opponent with an undetected foreign object putting him in position for the KILLSTROKE. Seeing that the situation was desperate, Titan Kid II tried to interfere again but was stopped by the assassins, enabling ExZcutioner to get the win. Decisions: – Death Knight III over Son of Saturn after a PLANNED ASSASSINATION. – ExZcutioner over Forlorn following the KILLSTROKE. Winner: Masked Assassins (via pin-fall)(Fatigue: Son of Saturn – 2, ExZcutioner – 2, Forlorn – 2)
The Assassins celebrated their win as the feed heads to commercials.
********** START COMMERCIALS **********
Paralyze stands in front of the camera with a ‘Smash: Energy Drink’ in hand.
He quickly smashes the can on his head opening it up and cutting his head. Blood and neon-yellow drink drip from his fore-head into his mouth as he chugs the energy drink. Between random flows of liquid he speaks.
Paralyze: GET! SMASHED! TODAY!
********** END COMMERCIALS **********
Titan Revenge vs. Gladiators (Rush and Turmoil): CPC vs. GWF Match Revelation started things off strong against Turmoil, who after a flurry of moves had to tag out to Rush, who was put on the ground as well. Rush tagged out defensively as well, but Turmoil found an opening and exposed it. After a couple moves Turmoil hit a TRIPLE SUICIDE. Smiling Turmoil refused to go for a cover and followed up with a TOTAL TURMOIL, hurting himself as much as his opponent. The Gladiator got up and taunted Stryker, before hitting another TRIPLE SUICIDE and going for the cover. Stryker snuck into the ring, ducking under Rush’s arms and hit Turmoil with the Full Throttle breaking up the count. Revelation recovered first and took it to the Gladiator. After a couple moves he went for the win with a BLIND JUSTICE, but Turmoil kicked out. Immediately the Titan hit a second BLIND JUSTICE, but again the Gladiator kicked out. Unable to effectively put him away Revelation backed off a bit and tried to wear his opponent down, before tagging out to his partner. Stryker entered the ring but was soon silenced with an Aethran Coup Cannon, forcing him to tag in his partner. A couple moves later Rush entered into the ring, after his partner put the opponent down, and hoped to end the match with THE TEMPEST. Things were looking grim when Styker was cut off from the pin save, but Revelation reached down deep and after a long two count, kicked out of the pin attempt. The two then perform a double back elbow after a tag to Turmoil and Rush then clotheslines Stryker to the outside of the ring as Turmoil hit another TOTAL TURMOIL and going for a cover. Revelation wasn’t having it and kicked out, frustrating the Gladiator who rolled him out of the ring. After regaining some wind Revelation entered the ring and was welcomed with another TOTAL TURMOIL ; this time however he couldn’t escape the three count Winner: Gladiators (via pin-fall) ] (Fatigue: Revelation – 6, Turmoil – 7)
Marcus Colby: Well maybe I lied. Lieutenant Yusef: You did? Marcus Colby: I did. Lieutenant Yusef: Really? Marcus Colby: Yep. Goodbye folks!
The two looked at each other, simultaneously dropped their headsets and leapt into the ring, all the while the Gladiators still stood in the ring watching.
Colby and Yusef perform a spike piledriver to Stryker outside of the ring, to the ring floor before sliding into the ring with Revelation. Still trying to gain his bearings Revelation was no match for a fresh President’s Club. Colby easily lifted his opponent into the COLBY POWER CLAMP and after torturing him, lifted him up and tossed him onto Yusef’s awaiting knee, performing a vicious tag team version of the CTA CRUSHER.
Colby asked for a high-five, to which Yusef reluctantly agreed, and then motioned toward the Gladiators. After yelling a bit at them, both Aethrans shook their heads ‘No,’ and then made their way to the outside; but were stopped by Colby. Marcus grabbed Rush by the arm, yanking him and yelling again pointing at the downed opponent. Both Rush and Turmoil stopped and re-entered the ring, staring at the boy, red in the face now from yelling orders to the Gladiators.
They turned to leave again, but were stopped by the young millionaire once more. This time angry beyond words Rush grabbed the boy by the throat and backed him in a corner, much to the delight of the crowd. Yusef tried to interfere, but the Leveler shot him and Turmoil began to stop away on the knocked-out opponent. In the corner a scared Colby quickly produced a wad of money showing it to Rush, who just as quickly smacked it out of his hand, and into the crowd, without a second thought. Rush then tossed Colby into Turmoil and the two performed CHAOS IN THE CROWD, much to the crowd’s delight. After admiring their handiwork for a minute the two then left the ring, crowd still cheering.
Turmoil stopped, thought a second turned around, and then gave the punk kid one more boot before walking away with his partner and bodyguard.
Lieutenant Yusef, now on the ground in the turnbuckle watched the Gladiators walk away as Colby and both members of Titan Revenge started to stir.
Last Edit: Jul 26, 2018 8:08:53 GMT -5 by Cernunnos
I run my fed as WCW used to (Mid-South-like) where wrestling matches were wrestled and that was it. The wrestlers always come first in my fed as I feel, the wrestlers (game cards) should speak for themselves.
That said. I constantly hold (almost monthly) tournaments and such to showcase the talent. Here is a rundown of the year ahead: GWF YEARLY SCHEDULE for 2130
Weekly Shows: Monday-Night Mayhem
Super Cards: 01: Royal Battle 02: Galaxian War 03: Tonight’s Matchup 04: GalactiMania 05: (Game Set Year Name PPV) 06: King of the Galaxy 07: Galactic Eliminator 08: Summer Slamberie (Solar Slam) 09: Super Tag Battle 10: Iron Man Tournament 11: Mega Tournament (Ultra Tournament) 12: War of the Belts