I figured my classic sets were getting neglected (I've also been enjoying GWF Broken Code) so I decided to start my classic fed over, because I was condensing it too much, and post my results here too. I think what I'll do is I'll do a Classic show after finishing up the current Supercard(s) in Modern, since Classic will just be Supercards, since I'm going with 2125 being the start of a weekly Holovision deal. And with this, here's what I got for my first event, coming after I do Galactic Warfare 2125:
TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS A 3-night series with two championship tournaments: one for the GWF Heavyweight Championship, and one for the newly-created GWF Tag Team Championships. Both are single elimination tournaments, and the brackets can be found here (SinglesTag) Night 1 is the 4 quarterfinal matches in the Heavyweight title tournament. Night 2 is the same thing, but the Tag Team title tournament. Night 3, The Grand Finals, are the 4 semifinal matches, and the championship matches as the co-main events. All 24 members of the GWF 2087 roster will be used in both tournaments, and are separated as follows:
1. Star Warrior 2. Wolf 3. Thantos 4. Lord Nexus 5. Invincible Krakan 6. Omega 7. Exo-King 8. Death Knight
TAG TEAM DIVISION
1. Gladiators of Aethra (Brute and Massacre) 2. Greek Gods (Actagon and Proteus) 3. Flying Titans (Pit Viper and Pulsar) 4. Neptunian Space Croppers (Beast Rider and Renegade) 5. The Henchmen (Comrade Terror and Executioner) 6. Federation Defense Fighters (Commander Sam and Massif) 7. Society of Death (Mutant and Ghengis Khan) 8. Vanity Project (Vanity and Killer Queen)
Last Edit: Dec 11, 2015 20:34:23 GMT -5 by JJ_Strife
VS. Star Warrior vs. Invincible Krakan The Match: Star Warrior started the match off strong, forcing Krakan to leave the ring after a Running Star Blast right in the beginning of the match, and then get back before a 10-count. Krakan would have a few spur moments of momentum, but nothing to keep Star Warrior down for long. Star Warrior never even attempted the NOVA LAUNCH once in the match, favoring to put the CTA-102 native out with another Running Star Blast, which amounted to a near-fall, before finally finishing the match off a bit later with a cross body block. Result: Star Warrior defeats Invincible Krakan with a cross body block Completed Moves: 29 out of 31 moves
VS. Death Knight vs. Exo-King The Match: Exo-King treated this contest as a test for Death Knight, and with Exo-King dominating the entire match, it's safe to say this test was a failure. The closest Death Knight got to offense was hitting the Loaded Glove off the ropes at the same time Exo-King hit a forearm to the throat. Exo-King recovered first, and locked the DEATH VISE for the quick and easy win. Result: Exo-King defeats Death Knight with DEATH VISE Completed Moves: 9 out of 9 moves
VS. Thantos vs. Lord Nexus The Match: Lord Nexus almost ended the match in seconds after pinning Thantos off a sudden karate chop, but Thantos kicked out, went on the offensive, and never let it up, even when his knee lift was reversed towards the end of the contest, quickly reversing Nexus' Boston crab. After a couple of Satanic Skull Smashers, Thantos locks in the MASTERLOCK for the win. Result: Thantos defeats Lord Nexus with the MASTERLOCK Completed Moves: 18 out of 22 moves
VS. Omega vs. Wolf The Match: A short back and forth reversal altercation culminated with Omega locking in a sleeper hold. Wolf was able to overpower it, but Omega played it smart by throwing him into the ropes, but as he was going for a back body drop, Wolf dropped down, and hit a throat thrust with his sharpened nails. A SAVAGE FACE CLAW spelled the end of this short contest. Result: Wolf defeats Omega after the SAVAGE FACE CLAW Completed Moves: 3 out of 7 moves Night 2: Tag Team Qualifiers
VS. The Henchmen (Comrade Terror and Executioner) vs. Gladiators of Aethra (Brute and Massacre) The Match: Executioner had the better of Brute in the early-goings of the match, but overpowered Comrade Terror once he got in the match, and quick-tagged Massacre, though Comrade Terror caught his flying elbow drop. After a back elbow off the ropes sent him out of the ring, Massacre grabbed the Cygnus native, and slammed him into the turnbuckle. Massacre continued on a short assault, culminating with the MASSACRE SLAM, which Comrade Terror barely kicked out off, and finishing off with a DECAPITATOR by Brute. Result: Brute defeats Comrade Terror with the DECAPITATOR Complete Moves: 10 out of 12 moves
VS. Vanity Project (Vanity and Killer Queen) vs. Flying Titans (Pit Viper and Pulsar) The Match: Vanity Project quickly jumped on Pulsar, knowing he stood no chance against them. Even when Pulsar was able to get a tag into Pit Viper, Vanity and Queen were still on the Titans, though Pit Viper was able to get a small bit of momentum, until a triple reversal in the turnbuckle where Vanity dodged a flying forearm, Viper hopped over a tackle, and Vanity grabbed a superkick in the corner, spinning him around, and hitting a clothesline. Pulsar was tagged in after Pit Viper hit Vanity with a flying clothesline off the ropes, but like before, he fared no better. After shoving Pulsar's elbow smash, Killer Queen got tagged in, and finished the young Titan with a CHECKMATE. Result: Killer Queen defeats Pulsar with the CHECKMATE Completed Moves: 21 out of 28 moves
VS. Greek Gods (Actagon and Proteus) vs. Society of Death (Mutant and Ghengis Khan) The Match: The Greek Gods had the match well in hand. Though they overpowered Ghengis Khan enough for an OVERHEAD TOSS by Proteus and two GRECIAN SLEEPER GRIPS by Actagon, it wasn't enough to put him away. Khan was able to hot tag in Mutant, but he did not fare much better. The only thing saving the Society of Death in this contest was the wits of Ghengis Khan. Outside the ring, Mutant grabbed a chair, and, while Actagon was busy arguing with the ref about it, attempted to clock Proteus, but hit the bottom rope, causing it to rebound, and knock him out. Khan grabbed the chair, and got into a struggle with it, but let it go as soon as he noticed the referee turning towards them, making it look like Proteus clobbered Mutant, calling for the disqualification. Result: Mutant defeats Proteus via Disqualification after a sneaky act with a steel chair outside the ring Completed Moves: 13 out of 17 moves
VS. Federation Defense Fighters (Commander Sam and Massif) vs. Neptunian Space-Croppers (Beast Rider and Renegade) The Match: In this short match, Renegade was a non-factor, and Commander Sam would have been as well, had he not stopped an attempted pin save. The entire match was Beast Rider vs. Massif, with Beast Rider nearly ending it early with a BULLDOG RIDE. However, all it took for Massif to get the momentum in his direction was to reverse a cross body deathjump into a massive powerslam. The match ended after a barrage of 3 straight head butts, along with the aforementioned pin save block by Commander Sam. Result: Massif defeats Beast Rider with a head butt Completed Moves: 12 out of 12 moves Next up... TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS Night 3: The Grand Finals
Heavyweight Championship Semifinals Star Warrior vs. Exo-King Thantos vs. Wolf
Tag Team Championship Semifinals Gladiators of Aethra vs. Vanity Project Society of Death vs. Federation Defense Fighters
Finals for the GWF Heavyweight and Tag Team Championships
Tag Team Semifinal VS. Gladiators of Aethra vs. Vanity Project The Match: A small round of back-and-forth lead to Brute grabbing a boot by Killer Queen while in the corner, throwing him into the corner, and proceeds to lay on a series of huge clotheslines, then tags in Massacre. The Gladiators were effective in cutting the ring in half, keeping Killer Queen away from his corner, and tagging in each other when they feel enough punishment was dealt. Vanity was able to gain some momentum, which came to a screeching halt after Brute grabbed Vanity's legs blocking a dropkick, and CHUCKS him over the top rope with authority. Brute got out of the ring, and gets a slap by Vanity, making him go ballistic, and throw him into the announcers, prompting the referee to ring the bell, and sending Vanity Project to the finals. Result: Vanity defeats Brute via Disqualification after Brute throws him at the announce team Completed Moves: 18 out of 23
Heavyweight Semifinal VS. Star Warrior vs. Exo-King The Match: Neither of the men were able to get too much momentum over the other, with each getting short spurts of offense every now and then before the other reversed a big maneuver. This went on until Star Warrior springboards off the middle turnbuckle, and hits a cross body on the King. The match would eventually end after a series of 3 flying dropkicks, the first two sending the big man reeling, the last finally toppling him for the win. Result: Star Warrior defeats Exo-King with a flying dropkick Completed Moves: 29 out of 37 moves
Tag Team Semifinal VS. Society of Death vs. Federation Defense Fighters The Match: An insane tag team contest with momentum changing multiple times throughout. After a man would lay on a bunch of offensive maneuvers, the opponent would eventually find a way to reverse, and get a hot tag. Khan almost got the early win with a shoulder chop to the American Hero. A lot of the match boiled down to Commander Sam facing Ghengis Khan, and Mutant squaring off with the giant Massif. After Ghengis Khan kicked out of the VOLCANIC DROP the first time, Massif tagged in Commander Sam to dole out some more punishment, culminating with SAM'S ATOMIC DROP, which Khan ALSO kicked out of, before Massif finished it again with another VOLCANIC DROP right after. Result: Massif defeats Ghengis Khan with the VOLCANIC DROP Completed Moves: 77 out of 92 moves Heavyweight Semifinal VS. Thantos vs. Wolf The Match: Wolf and Thantos engage in another even contest for the night, until Thantos countered Wolf's charge to the corner with a knee lift. He would soften Wolf a bit until getting a near-fall off a shoulder breaker. Wolf would take control of the match for a bit until the two traded off again, until Thantos took the match by the reigns once again. After another session of short reversals, Thantos was able to take control yet again, causing Wolf to leave the ring after a double knee lift, with Thantos taking advantage by DDT'ing Wolf on a steel chair, not getting disqualified. Wolf was able to escape the MASTERLOCK, but it didn't amount to much, as Thantos had the match well in hand well before that point. Result: Thantos defeats Wolf with a running clothesline Completed Moves: 51 out of 63 moves
In every GWF Main Event contest, the lights dim once all competitors are in the ring, and the official announcement is made: The following contest is the first of our two championship main events, it is scheduled for one-fall, and is for the Galaxian Wrestling Federation Tag Team Championship. Introducing first, at a total combined weight of 480 pounds...
Vanity and Killer Queen: VANITY PROJECT!
And their opponents, at a total combined weight of 639 pounds, representing the Federation Defense Fighters...
COMMANDER SAM AND MASSIF! GWF Tag Team Championship
VS. Vanity Project vs. Federation Defense Fighters The Match: Commander Sam overpowered Vanity to start the match off, and hit a big kick to him in the corner. Vanity was able to reverse a hip toss, and landed a hip toss of his home on the Patriotic Earthling. After a running back elbow, Sam overpowered Vanity again, and tags in Massif, who ends the match quick, making Vanity tap to a bear hug, with Killer Queen not seeing any involvement in this match. Result: Massif defeats Vanity with a grinding bear hug Completed Moves: 7 out of 10 moves Here are your winners, and the NEW Galaxian Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champions, Commander Sam and Massif!
Ladies and gentlemen, the following contest is the second main event of the evening, it is scheduled for one-fall, and it's for the Galaxian Wrestling Federation Heavyweight Championship! Introducing first, standing in the red corner, from Maffei II, weighing in at 255 pounds, the GamesMaster, and destroyer of the Galactic Code...
And his opponent, in the blue corner. From Cetus, weighing in at 242 pounds, he is the leader of the Federation Defense Fighters, and the son of the legendary Omega...
GWF Heavyweight Championship
VS. Star Warrior vs. Thantos The Match: A short reversal exchange leads to Star Warrior taking control of the match, getting a near-fall on Thantos towards the end of the match with a Running Star Blast. After getting hit with a flying dropkick, Thantos leaves the ring, and gets into Star Warrior's head by mocking the Galactic Code, which sent the young champion into a frenzy, ending with Thantos' head getting sent into the ring bell, the referee calling for the disqualification, and awarding Thantos the Heavyweight title through his deceit and cunning. Result: Thantos defeats Star Warrior via Disqualification in a wild brawl Completed Moves: 9 out of 11 moves Here is your winner, and the NEW Galaxian Wrestling Federation Heavyweight Champion, Thantos!
As Thantos celebrates his big title win, a shadowy figure appears on the GalactiTron, who only goes by the name of "The Promoter,' and has a message for Thantos:
"Do not get too comfortable with that championship, Thantos. In two week's time, you will be defending that title against the man you just beat. Only this time, there will be no running, and no cheating your way out, because it will take place inside of a Cosmic Cage." Next up... THE FALLOUT Commander Sam vs. Ghengis Khan
Nice where did you find the drawings they are neat looking .I'm enjoying reading the results
The mini wrestlers? They're the Mini Champions, and the link to them can be found in the Misc. COTG sub-board of the Champions of the Galaxy category, in the Mini Champions thread. Or for a shortcut, click here. I'd like to preface by saying none of those are mine, and I just think using them gives the results more pop.
Last Edit: Dec 29, 2015 23:50:31 GMT -5 by JJ_Strife
VS. Commander Sam vs. Ghengis Khan The Match: Sam catches Khan off guard, hitting Sam's Slam in the early goings of this extremely short contest. Khan leaves the ring after a skullcrusher, and the two brawl it out on the outside of the ring, culminating in Commander Sam throwing Khan into the referee, forcing a disqualification. Result: Ghengis Khan defeats Commander Sam via Disqualification after a wild brawl erupts outside of the ring Completed Moves: 3 out of 3 moves
Interview: Star Warrior Question: What happened in your title match with Thantos, and what are you going to do in your Cosmic Cage rematch?
"I'll admit it. I fell for Thantos' mind games. The Galactic Code, and this company, means everything to my family, my father especially. What Thantos did is unforgivable, and I plan to right all of the wrongs Thantos has made in this short time, and bring the Heavyweight title back to Cetus."
VS. Vanity vs. Massif The Match: Vanity tried to get the upper-hand by hitting Massif with an undetected foreign object, which rocked him enough to be irish whipped into the ropes, but Massive uses his massive fram to shove Vanity halfway across the ring. Massif would take control of the match, and hitting repeated headbutts to the pretty boy, the final one forcing Vanity into retreat out of the ring, and as another brawl erupted, this one ended with Massif throwing Vanity into the barricade. After getting back into the ring, Massif hits the VOLCANIC DROP, but Vanity kicks out just before 3. The match would eventually end with Vanity submitting to Massif's grinding bear hug. Result: Massif defeats Vanity with a grinding bear hug Completed Moves: 12 out of 17 moves
VS. Pit Viper vs. Killer Queen The Match: Killer Queen reverses an elbow smash, and whips Viper into the turnbuckle, but gets reversed with a knee to the face as Queen goes for a shoulder tackle. From then on, Viper hit the Queen with many high impact moves, including a succession of two atomic drops. Queen was able to kick out of the Titan Drop, but was not able to do the same with a knife-edge. Result: Pit Viper defeats Killer Queen with a knife-edge Completed Moves: 9 out of 10 moves
Standing in front of a wall of fire, the new GWF Heavyweight Champion Thantos addresses his Cosmic Cage rematch with Star Warrior
"Star Warrior. You mean nothing to me. All that matters to me is power, and now, I have it. With the GWF Heavyweight Championship, and some of the most vile beings in professional wrestling by my side, I will have the power to shape the GWF forever. All that stands in my way...is you, Star Warrior. I was brought up here alongside you, and what do I have to show for it? This scar and a year's worth of animosity, a year's worth of being hidden behind the shadow of the First Family of the GWF. After I beat you, Star Warrior, I will take my aggression out on your father, and show once and for all that Thantos is THE GameMaster!"
VS. Lord Nexus vs. Death Knight The Match: Death Knight is given his first true field test against an opposing Galaxian Hero in Lord Nexus. However, Lord Nexus would show that talent cannot be processed using machinery. The Titan would pound away on Death Knight throughout the whole match, with the only measure of offense Death Knight could give was two occasions of him getting Nexus in an airplane spin. It had little effect on the athletic Titan, as he would put away his opponent with the Titan Drop. Result: Lord Nexus defeats Death Knight with the TITAN DROP Completed Moves: 22 out of 25 moves MAIN EVENT VS. Star Warrior and Wolf vs. Thantos and Exo-King The Match: Thantos and Wolf start off the match, as the GameMaster bodyslammed the wild man and went for a fist to the face, but Wolf got out of the way, and layed on a savage offensive charge. Thantos would eventually dodge a shoulder tackle, and tag in Exo-King, who took some offense to Wolf, until he used his superior agility against the king of the court, then quickly tag in Star Warrior, who immediately hits a Running Star Blast, then whips King into the turnbuckle, kicking him square in the face, and finally finishing the match with a pair of flying dropkicks. Result: Star Warrior defeats Exo-King with a flying dropkick Completed Moves: 13 out of 16 moves
Wolf runs off Exo-King as he goes to attack Star Warrior, and Star Warrior stands in the ring with the GWF Heavyweight title, as Thantos looks on from outside the ring, shouting at his former tag team partner. Next up... COSMIC CARNAGE Pulsar vs. Mutant
Executioner vs. Omega
Greek Gods vs. Gladiators of Aethra
Comrade Terror vs. Wolf
GWF Heavyweight Championship Cosmic Cage Match Thantos (c) vs. Star Warrior