Post by tigersamurai on Jun 4, 2019 16:20:20 GMT -5
Thanks, Troy. Future Shock has definitely made it easy for me to keep the dice rolling. The smaller roster made it feel right for me to keep the "weekly" show to three matches and a couple of interviews, which is a lot easier to run than my Indy or Legends fed right now.
Mister Centra really impressed me and when he hits his finisher at full force, it's hard to come back from.
Lance took a beating in that match and just when I thought it was over he came back in a big way. The finish was super exciting and pushed the bout from great to classic.
Pariah, I hear you about Saboteur. I think his special mechanic can make him a wild card with an upset here and there, but I'm not sure he has what it takes at this point to be a real threat. Time will tell. A bit of a surprise after his Promoter Prime card from '14 was such a beast of a card. That said, he'll definitely serve a purpose and I'm looking forward to figuring out his best fit going forward.
Zealos' card might not being super strong, but I wanted to give him a good intro and see if I couldn't find his niche in the Primus Carnage tournament.
Dustin, 2 for 3 isn't bad and truth be told, Slaughterhouse could've had that match, but Mayhem is just too wild for his own good.
Thanks everyone for the comments, predictions, and likes!
Saboteur has a record of 2-0 in my fed, with wins over Oracle and Nebula in the Primus All-Star Championship tournament. In the Semi-finals he is schedule to face Star Slayer, so we will see how he does.
Looking forward to see how he keeps doing in your fed as well tigersamurai. I like the characters that surprise you those are the ones that have a story to tell.
Post by tigersamurai on Jun 4, 2019 21:49:22 GMT -5
Thanks for the comments, aplex. I'm with you on characters that surprise you. Mimic is a great example of that in my Early Classics fed. He's pulled off some big wins, always seems to put on great matches, and has been involved in some big angles along the way. It's certainly too early to tell where some of the CWF folks will land, but I'm sure as hell having a good time figuring it out so far.
Post by tigersamurai on Jun 4, 2019 21:54:18 GMT -5
After the bloody 5-star main event of the last Slam, Lance At-Las has cleared the way for Command and Control to be included in the Final Four of the CWF Tag Team Title Tournament.
As it stands now, the semi-final matchups will be:
Cringe & Grovel vs Reckoning Prophesy vs Command & Control
NEXUS: When you come up short in the biggest match of your career, you start asking questions. It’s no secret that Heritage has struggled a bit in this new era. But as much as I would like to face Chaos again, as much as Fraternity would love to get their hands on Reckoning again… There’s another job we have in front of us. Prophesy… You say you’ve come here to pave the way for the future, a future you think you already know… Well, Heritage doesn’t just represent the past, Heritage is the past, present, and future of the CWF! And when you meet the Apex… You will face the End!
ORACLE: So Heritage wants to come out and play. My comrades and I will meet your challenge. I have foreseen a great battle. I have foreseen two men left standing. Until one shall fall. We will meet your challenge. But it won't be so easy for you, Lord Nexus. It will be at an appointed time and after a great battle that you and I shall meet 1-on-1.
Commissioner Lance At-Las confirmed that he has made a match and that these two teams will meet in an 8-Man Elimination match in the main event of the very next Slam!
CWF Saturday Slam 003 01.19.2115 from Mecatoid Megadome, Mecatoid Moon Colony, Mecatoid
Star Slayer vs. Darkest Justice
- CWF Tag Team Title Final Four - Cringe & Grovel vs. Reckoning
- 8-Man Elimination Match - Total Anarchy, Oracle, Tortured Soul, and Agony vs. Lord Nexus, Nebula, Centauri, and Saboteur
Post by tigersamurai on Jun 5, 2019 17:10:37 GMT -5
CWF Saturday Slam 003 01.19.2115 from Mecatoid Megadome, Mecatoid Moon Colony, Mecatoid
- CWF News & Notes -
- CWF News & Notes - -We have such a huge fight card tonight, we will waste little time with news, but we will have comments from the champ and his benefactor and advocate later in the show as well as the challenger, Mister Centra.
-Commissioner Lance At-Las has confirmed that Adam Blast will return to the ring in two weeks time to compete in the semi-finals for the CWF Tag Team Title tournament!
-At-Las also confirmed that the Primus Carnage Title tournament would begin next week and that the competitors will be announced on the next edition of CWF Newswire!
Now, let’s head to the back for Ms. Liberty’s exclusive interview with the Galactic Rebels! MS. LIBERTY: I am here in the backstage are with none other than the Galactic Rebels! Doomsayer, you and Revolver have a chance to advance to the finals of the tag team tournament tonight. What do you think about your chances?
DOOMSAYER: Ms. Liberty, I don’t like to take any opponents lightly, and I say this with all due respect, but Cringe and Grovel are simply not on our level. We defeated arguably the greatest CWF tag team of all time to advance to the Final Four. I think it’s elementary that Revolver and I will find ourselves in the finals.
ML: Evolution, this has got to have been a tumultuous time for you. Just a couple of weeks ago, you stood across the ring from Vengeance. From an alternate timeline. The match ended in chaos and you never got your hands on the Minister of War… How are you feeling?
EVOLUTION: This has been a rocky time for me. You never escape your past, but with the proper focus you can move beyond it… Then, in one instant it can all change. It’s like something out of an old movie. It all comes rushing back and all the lies, all the deception, all the garbage that piece of crap spouted for years… It’s as though justice was never served and I feel more like a man out of time than Future Shock. But you know, the funny thing about Evolution… It’s inevitable. Star Slayer vs. Darkest Justice Darkest Justice defeated Star Slayer with a ROD OF INJUSTICE at 9:36 Match Rating: 3.50 Match Notes: Star Slayer was fired up before the match even started, but he couldn't let his emotions get the better of him in this contest.
Darkest Justice, despicable running mates he may have and questionable tactics he may use, is still one hell of a talent and can't be taken lightly.
They see-sawed early with some exciting chain wrestling and the crowd was super into it and firmly behind Star Slayer.
Slayer scored an early near fall after Fury Road and was relentless with a choke on the ropes followed by another cover attempt!
Star Slayer then hit the Cosmic Big Bang, but there was questions as to whether or not he got all of it. He followed with a pair of Tomahawk Thrusts and pummeled Justice all the way to the outside.
He was a ball of fire and went for a dive to the outside, but Darkest Justice met him with a big forearm!
The misstep cost Slayer his momentum and Darkest Justice wasted no time following up with Police Brutality and more.
A huge collision inside leveled both men with a double lariat, but Justice was up first and hit SHOCK PROBATION! 1... 2... NO!
Wait a second... What's Prime Colonizer doing here?!? He hops on the apron, but the ref immediately cuts him off and signals for him to leave.
Darkest Justice has his staff! ROD OF INJUSTICE!
The ref turns around for the cover and counts the 1, 2, 3!
Here comes Lance At-Las! The commissioner is not happy! He stops short of over-turning the decision, but then lets Darkest Justice know he'll be facing Star Slayer again in a Primus Carnage Title Tournament match! And that Star Slayer gets to pick the stipulation! - Mister Centra Interview - (Ms. Liberty is in the interview area with none other than Mister Centra.) MISTER CENTRA: We’re a long way from Dimension X, Chaos. Centra is my home, not yours. Hell, my name is Mister Centra for a reason! And I will be damned if anyone walks in here and tries to take my spot. I will have the fans chanting my name, screaming for the V. O. V. Because the king of verve, is about to become the king of Centra once again. Now and forever! - CWF Tag Team Title Final Four - Cringe & Grovel vs. Reckoning Revolver defeated Grovel with a vertical suplex at 19:52 Match Rating: 4.25 Match Notes: Fantastic tag action here. Even the natives of Primus recognized the high stakes of this bout. Reckoning, regardless of Doomsayer's preparation, couldn't have anticipated.
The action was fast and furious with lots of back and forth action and double team maneuvers.
Perhaps the most surprising thing about the match was the way that Cringe and Grovel were able to get Reckoning reeling early and keep the pressure on to score a number of near falls.
There was a lot of brawling in this one, too. Cringe and Grovel naturally had no problem taking things outside on a number of occasions, but Doomsayer and Revolver met them the whole way. The ref showed plenty of latitude to make sure we had a clear cut winner.
Grovel suckered Doomsayer out of the ring at one point, but Doomsayer came back by slamming Grovel into the timekeepers open chair!
He rolled Grovel in, hit the Doomsayer DDT and made the tag to Revolver! Revolver target the back and hit the vertical suplex and made a cover for a 1, 2, 3 seemingly out of nowhere, but Grovel was hurting and bleeding after the attack on the outside.
Reckoning is moving on to the finals for the CWF Tag Team Titles!
As they celebrate in the ring, though, Minister of War and Slaughterhouse drag Evolution’s limp, bloody body out onto the ramp!
Doomsayer and Revolver rush the ramp, but Vengeance and Splatter retreat as they tend to their fallen teammate... - Magnus Colby & Chaos Interview - (Ms. Liberty stands between the imposing big man, Chaos, and his advocate and benefactor, Magnus Colby.)
MAGNUS: Mister Centra, you claim to be the king of this place… The king of Verve… But you’re no king. You’re no champion. Only the dominant are champions. And as I will have every arena in this dimension chanting… Chaos Dominates.
CHAOS: Vector… I’ll see you at the contract signing. - 8-Man Elimination Match - Total Anarchy, Oracle, Tortured Soul, and Agony vs. Lord Nexus, Nebula, Centauri, and Saboteur Saboteur defeated Total Anarchy with a DQ at 24:51 Saboteur defeated Agony with a TRIPWIRE at 33:36 Saboteur defeated Tortured Soul with a TRIPWIRE out of nowhere at 35:43 Saboteur defeated Oracle with a DQ at 41:40 Match Rating: 4.75 Match Notes: Eight men. Two teams. One war.
Total Anarchy and Nebula started things off and put on one hell of a show as they fought in and out of the ring. Centauri would score a couple of near falls after his brother weakened Anarchy a bit, but it wasn’t enough.
Things quickly turned into a brawl and Anarchy was busted open on the outside! It seemed to only enrage the demon and he put Nebula through a ringside table with a crucifix drop!
Nebula was in a bad way and Agony came in and hit ETERNAL SUFFERING! Neabula’s teammates tried to make the save, but it turned out the son of Star Warrior didn’t it as he kicked out on his own! Incredible!
Oracle was tagged in and went to work, even bloodying Nebula up with Face Your Future!
Anarchy was back in and only a desperation tag to Saboteur stopped Anarchy from putting a further hurt on Nebula.
Things got too crazy to call with multiple tags and double teams. Lord Nexus wowed the crowd with high impact offense and a pair of beautiful dives, one of which hurting him just as much as Oracle.
Nexus put on a real clinic, though, and the fans chanted his name. He scored a near fall on Anarchy and even hit his finisher, but Oracle broke things up!
More tags and see saw action saw things spill outside again and Anarchy was disqualified for blatantly using a chair on Saboteur. The refs have allowed for a lot tonight, but this was not going to be one of them!
Oracle attempted to argue his case with the ref and was not too happy about the loss of Anarchy, but didn’t seem to mind at all that his partner had used the chair… just that the ref called for the DQ.
Saboteur tried to shake it off and then some more tag work had Tortured Soul on the ropes, but a well-timed reversal and tag brought Agony back in!
He wrought hell on the bloody Nebula, but the Heritage member was able to make the tag to his brother.
Centauri held his own, but some solid tag work from Prophesy saw Oracle hit SIXTH SENSE! 1… 2… Centauri just barely kicks out!
Eventually, Agony was back in and the now bloodied Centauri hit a desperation neck breaker and tagged in Saboteur!
Somehow, Saboteur hit a Centra Spinebuster and the shocked Agony rolled out of the ring only to get his with a plancha from the masked man!
Saboteur then rolled under the ring as Tortured Should helped his partner back in. Once there, Saboteur slid in from the other side and hit a lightning fast TRIPWIRE to score a huge win over the monster!
Prophesy is down two men, while Heritage, bloody and battered, is still in this thing at all four members!
Tortured Soul went to avenge his partner and hit Zombie Skull Crack, but Saboteur bounced back with a TRIPWIRE out of nowhere! 1, 2, 3! Wow!
Saboteur has stepped it up big time and the fans love it as Oracle now has to go it alone! Oracle punished Saboteur, but an ill-advised trip to the top sees him get caught with TRIPWIRE!!!!!
Wait a minute! Anarchy, Tortured Soul, and Agony storm the ring! We've got a brawl!
The ref calls for the bell and has disqualified Oracle! Heritage wins the match! What a display by Saboteur! He turned some heads for sure after suffering crushing defeat from Mister Centra to determine the number one contender.
All 8 men are fighting! Nebula, Centauri, and Anarchy are bloody, but battling on the outside as Saboteur and Lord Nexus work together to take out Agony! Nexus is back in the ring and he's one on one with Oracle!
Oracle launches a fireball at Nexus!!!! Lord Nexus is down as his partners rush in and Oracle and his team head up the ramp.
"Behold, my prophesy!" Oracle says with a crazed look as the show comes to a close!