Mesmer and Count Necros traded blows with neither man gaining an advantage. The action spilled out of the ring where a wild brawl ensued. They fought all over the ringside area where Mesmer, seeking to gain the upper hand over Necros, took things too far for the referee’s tastes, and got disqualified for bashing a chair over the head of the supposed vampire, knocking him out cold. After the match, the Count vowed to return the favor to the magician.
Winner via disqualification Count Necros
The Galacticops defeated the Prison Camp when the Galactic Punisher used the LIFE SENTENCE on Tendron to get the pinfall victory.
Mayhem vs. Wolf
You knew this was going to be a wild one from the start. When Wolf and Mayhem share the same ring, things are almost guaranteed to get out of hand. The two men tore into each other with wreckless abandon with highlights including Wolf catching Mayhem with a Savage Face Claw as the Gladiator came off the top rope, and a wild brawl that saw Mayhem ultimately gain the upper hand in the match, and finishing Wolf off with a LEAP OF DOOM.
Winner via Pin Fall Mayhem
Galaxian Tag Team Championship Bout The Greek Gods (c) vs. Titan Power
Lord Nexus and Proteus traded moves to start the match, with Nexus eventually taking control by landing a hard back elbow as Proteus came off the ropes. With the advantage, the Titan leader kept up the pressure before hitting the TITAN DROP on the Greek God for the victory and the Tag Titles!
Winners via Pin Fall and new GWF Tag Team Champions Titan Power
Tag Team Bout Keepers of the Stone vs. Cosmic Forces
The Keepers absolutely steamrolled the Cosmic Forces and were well on their way to a victory. Matter, perhaps out of desperation, smashed Rogue over the head with a steel chair during a brawl outside the ring. Although the shot earned Matter a disqualification loss, it did not have the intended result of putting the Keeper on the ground, but rather only enraged the big man further. The two teams brawled after the bell, with the Cosmic Forces retreating to the dressing room while the Keepers of the Stone stood tall in the ring.
Winners via Disqualification Keepers of the Stone
One on One Bout Thantos vs. Pulsar Prime
Pulsar Prime came out of the blocks like a house of fire, cutting Thantos off at every corner. Every time he tired to get the upper hand, Pulsar countered and went back on the offensive. Thantos, being the veteran he is, waited until the perfect moment to mount his comeback. With Pulsar Prime seemingly gassed, the Game Master wore him down even more before locking him in to the MASTERLOCK for the submission victory. A great story was told in this match.
Winner via Submission Thantos
One on One Bout (non title) Spike (c) vs. Star Warrior
Once the two men were in the ring, Star Warrior asked for a microphone to address the champion. He called out the fact that Spike was unwilling to put the title on the line tonight, gloaring the Aethran by saying he was not a fighting champion and undeserving of the title.
Spike countered by calling Star Warrior a poster boy and poser for the GWF. Insulting him by telling his opponent that the only fact he’s in the position he’s in is because he’s Omega’s son. He tells Star Warrior if he can beat him tonight, he’d give him what he wants, but he’s changing the match tonight to an Aethran Street Fight! (Titan Death Match rules, FYI) Star Warrior accepts and the Match is now an Aethran Street Fight!
Spike, in his corner, turns around to take off his belt and lay it in the corner as the bell rings to start the match. As he turns around, Star Warrior BLASTS him with a Running Star Blast, nearly taking him out of his boots! He rolls him up for the three count and the stunning victory!
Winner via Pin Fall Star Warrior
Star Warrior quickly escaped the ring as the stunned champion recovered and stormed around the ring!
Last Edit: May 9, 2020 21:32:59 GMT -5 by kazreturns
Post by kazreturns on May 30, 2020 11:39:29 GMT -5
The announcers welcome the crowd to the show tonight and go into a recap from the 2092 perennial from last week. They go over the highlights including the awesome and shocking debut of Chaos and the third force, with the assault and unmasking of Pit Viper. Pulsar Prime makes a challenge to the newcomer for a match tonight, defending the honor of his injured friend and teammate.
They go to the ring for the first match of the evening, a rematch from the Perennial between Count Necros and Mesmer that ended in a disqualification win for the Count. Bad blood is beginning to boil between these two as both voice their dislike for the other in the prematch interviews.
Count Necros vs. Mesmer
Mesmer started the match off hot and battered the Count from pillar to post. Hitting big move after big move, Necros was over matched by the magician. Eventually, Necros was caught with a BLACKOUT and put down for the 3 count. Winner: Mesmer
Afterwards, we go backstage where the Interplanetary Tag Team Champions, the Gladiators, are interviewed about their opponents tonight, the Norse Gods. Mostly, they just laugh at the thought of the “fat slob and the skinny minnie” have a hope in hell of beating them. The interview is interrupted by the Norse Gods, who say they are no joke and they will see them in the ring to prove it.
INTERPLANETARY TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH The Gladiators (c) vs. Norse Gods
The jawing continues inside the ring where Lightening readies himself on his side of the ring while Brute and Massacre share a laugh in the corner. The Norse God races across the ring and catches Brute in the back with a dropkick to the back of Brute, who crashes into Massacre, sending him to the floor. Lightening slaps on an arm bar, but Brute catches him with a knee to the face.
Brute sends the smaller man into the ropes, but both men clotheslines the other, with both men going down. Lightening recovers first and quickly moves to the top rope where he catches the rising Gladiator with a flying clothesline! Thinking fast, he slaps on the NORSE SLEEPER GRIP, Brute begins to fade, but in an act of desperation, drives his attacker back first in to the corner. Unfortunately, it was the corner of the Norse Gods, where Man Mountain makes the blind tag to his partner.
A bewildered Brute is absolutely crushed with a MOUNTAIN SLIDE from Man Mountain. A three count later, the crowd erupted as new champions are crowned!
Winners and New Interplanetary Tag Team Champions The Norse Gods
The Norse Gods, having just won their first GWF title, celebrate in the ring as the Gladiators collect themselves as they back up the ramp.
Coming up next, Darkos will debut his newest Assassin, Death Masque!
Death Masque vs. Lance Atlas
Lance starts strong against the former Death Knight, but once he gains the upper hand, the newest Assassin railroads the Martian and finishes him off with the MELTDOWN for the victory and praise from his manager, Darkos.
Winner, Death Masque
War Games Tag Team Championship Match The Beasts of Burden (c) vs. the Royal Family
The Beasts easily defeat the Royal Family after Iron Mane pins Exo King after a Biting Roar. Winners Beasts of Burden (c)
Chaos vs. Pulsar Prime
Pulsar Prime started this match on a whole different level, hitting Chaos with everything but the kitchen sink. The titan hit his larger foe from every possible angle, from inside the ring, from the top rope and outside the ring as well. Chaos appeared staggered by his foe’s speed and agility, but was able to turn the tide by catching Pulsar Prime as he came off the top rope with a cross body block.
He repeatedly locked in the BOW OF DEFEAT before pressing the Titan over his head and tossing him out of the ring. Chaos waited patiently inside the ropes as Pulsar Prime was counted out.
After the match, Chaos exited the ring and menaced his fallen foe. He reached down and pulled Pulsar up to his feet. He locked in the BOW OF DEFEAT and thrashed his opponent from side to side. From out of nowhere, Pit Viper, sans mask, blasted Chaos across the back of his head with a steel chair! Chaos released the hold on Prime and, holding the back of his head, turned to face his attacker. He was again smashed with the chair, this time in the forehead! Chaos faltered and fell to one knee. Pit Viper again raised the chair over his head for the finishing blow.
The Keepers of the Stone rushed to ringside, chasing Pit Viper and Pulsar Prime off into the crowd. Scourge and Rogue tended to their fallen leader as the Titans made their escape. Winner by Countout: Chaos
War Games Championship Match Massif (c) vs. Thantos
Thantos showed why he is one of the GWF’s elite wrestlers in this contest. Although Massif absorbed a massive amount of punishment, the big man of the FDF wasn’t able to hang on once Thantos trapped him in the MASTERLOCK. Like so many before him, Massif tapped out to the move and Thantos secured the War Games Championship for his team.
Winner and New War Games Champion Thantos
Greek Gods vs. Awesome Studs
A surprisingly competitive match that saw things break down in a big way. Once the two teams found themselves outside the ring, things took a wild turn that saw both sides get disqualified after a large brawl.
INTERPLANETARY CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH Matador of M83 (c) vs. Wolf
A wild brawl of a match saw the Champion beaten and bloodied by Wolf after he applied multiple SAVAGE FACE CLAWS to his hapless opponent. The Matador was outclassed in every way in route to his final downfall as Wolf once again caught him with his finisher. A tap out later, and the GWF had a new Interplanetary Champion!
Winner and New Interplanetary Champion Wolf
This is Wolf’s 7th IP title reign.
The show ends with Matador walking up the ramp as Wolf celebrates in the ring, where he meets a disgruntled Chaos at the curtain. Chaos disapprovingly shoves the Matador out of the way and stares a hole into Wolf as he holds the Interplanetary title above his head. The new champion returns the jesture with an intense face off between the two warriors.
The show opens with a recap of last week, with the highlights including the Norse Gods, in what is unquestionably their greatest victory, defeating the Gladiators for the Interplanetary Tag Team Championships, the debut of Death Knight, Chaos beating Pulsar Prime and Wolf beating Matador of M 83 for the Interplanetary Championship.
The announcers welcome us to the show and run down the preshow matches:
Terak defeated Mutant with the Barbarian Shuffle The Royal Family over the Young Allies with the Checkmate Death Masque beat Lance Atlas via disqualification Mad Jester upended Ursa Major with a Joker Flip The Galacticops downed the Prison Camp with the Verdict
They then run down the televised card for tonight. In a rematch from last week, Count Necros will again take on Mesmer, The Eastern Dynasty returns to take on the Greek Gods, in a non title match, the Beasts of Burden will meet the Awesome Studs, The Gladiators seek to get back on the winning way by taking on Powerhouse and in the main event, Chaos and Matador will team to take on Titan Power!
Mesmer vs. Count Necros
Count Necros comes out to the ring first, microphone in hand. He addresses his opponent for tonight. Mesmer! I’m tired of the games between us. Disqualifications! Out of the ring brawls! Tonight, if you’ve got the guts, no count outs! No disqualifications! The blood will run! Your blood!
Mesmer makes his way to the ring.
“You’ve got it you pasty faced freak. The Master of the Dark Arts is not afraid of you!”
Mesmer dominated the match from start to finish. The constant pin attempts wore down the self proclaimed vampire in route to finishing him off with the BLACKOUT.
Winner via Pin fall Mesmer
After the match, Mesmer wiped his hands clean of Count Necros in a symbolic gesture over his fallen opponent.
Greek Gods vs. The Eastern Dynasty
The Greek Gods shock the Dynasty with a quick win as Proteus catches Ghengis Khan with a quick flying elbow drop for the 3 count.
Winners via pin fall The Greek Gods
Wolf comes out to the ring with his newly won Interplanetary Championship hung over his shoulder. The crowd welcomes him with cheers as he basks in the fanfare. “AAHHWWWOOOOOO!” Wolf howls to the fans. “It’s great to be back on top of the mountain. 7 times man! 7 times I’ve worn this belt and I swear it gets sweeter every time. Especially beating someone like that cocky, good for nothing Matador of M83 for it. Then he’s got his big blowhard buddy, Chaos, trying to stare me down afterwards. You are trying to scare me big man? Me? I don’t think we’ve been properly introduced. You see, my name is the Savage Wolf...and this ring right here...this is my hunting ground.” The fans cheer loudly as Wolf spins once around to show the boundaries of his ring. “Anytime you want to get a piece of this old Wolf, come on down and step onto my ground.”
Suddenly the Anthem of Cygnus plays and out comes Comrade Terror dressed in the uniform of the Cygnusian military. “Wolf, old buddy. Old pal. Allow me to reintroduce myself. My name is now Dreadnaught, and I’m truly a man reborn!”
Wolf retorted: “Comrade Terror, Dreadnaught, whom ever you are. Lets get one thing straight. You’re no pal of mine. Since you are out here, I assume you want something. Spit it out.”
“Cutting to the chase. I like that. You and I, we are men of action, not words. What say you put that nice new shiny title on the line against me.” questioned Dreadnaught.
“You want a fight, you got one.” replied Wolf.
Interplanetary Championship Match Wolf (c) vs, Dreadnaught
Surprisingly enough, Dreadnaught took it to Wolf throughout the contest. (At this point, no one is aware the transevolver exists) Caught off guard by the onslaught of Dreadnaught, Wolf took a short cut outside the ring, dropping the challenger through the announce table, earning a disqualification loss for the action.
Winner via Disqualification, Dreadnaught
After the match, the two men brawled around ringside, ignoring the constant ringing of the bell by the time keeper. Eventually, the two men were separated and order restored.
Backstage, Dreadnaught, along with Doomsayer, was interviewed, with Doomsayer claiming Wolf was out classed and over matched. He disqualified himself to save his title! Dreadnaught challenged Wolf to a Titan Death match!
The Awesome Studs vs. The Beasts of Burden
The Beasts dominated the Studs and Iron Mane quickly finished Mr. Galaxy with the Final Pounce.
Winners via pin fall The Beasts of Burden
The Gladiators vs. Powerhouse
Coming off their loss to the Norse Gods last week, the Gladiators had a chip on their shoulders and something to prove. Both teams showed why they are among the elite in the GWF and smashed each other with power move after power move. For a match that lasted less than five minutes, the excitement and action left the crowd exhausted. Massacre made the hot tag to Brute and they landed the Decapitator on Massif for the three count.
Winners via Pin Fall The Gladiators
After the match, Brute and Massacre took the mic and addressed their recent loss. They said they had a bad night and would be coming for the Norse Gods soon, but they didn’t care about the loss of the “second rate tag belts.” They were going to concentrate on winning back the only belts that mattered. The GWF Galaxian Tag Team Champions, putting Titan Power on notice!
Chaos and Matador of M83 vs. Titan Power (Non title Match)
Chaos started things off against Lord Nexus and absolutely humbled him… Two Bows of Defeat followed by a Hyperdrive put away the Leader of the Titans and secured the win for his team.
Winners via pin fall Chaos and Matador of M83
After the match, Billy Joe Boxer got in the face of Chaos, telling the big man to try him on for size. Chaos did not back down. He simply turned to the ref and told him to “ring the damn bell.” and accepted the challenge. Matador and Lord Nexus took their places at ringside.
Chaos vs. Billy Joe Boxer
Billy Joe Boxer gave it his all, he really did. Chaos simply overpowered the Titan star and wore him down with Bow of Defeat after Bow of Defeat. Billy did catch Chaos with a TKO as he came off the top rope, but only managed to get a two count on his opponent. Chaos quickly regained the upper hand and again hit his finisher again and again until the boxer couldn’t continue the match and tapped out.
Winner via submission Chaos
It was revealed that earlier, Star Warrior and Spike would be allowed to pick each other's opponents for tonight, as a warm up for their Championship match at the upcoming Invasion PPV. Spike picked Mayhem to face Star Warrior and Warrior selected Thantos to take on Spike. Mayhem enthustically volunteered to face Star Warrior and Thantos, in a strange act of something resembling respect, approached his former partner and asked to get the shot at Spike.
Star Warrior vs. Mayhem
A hard fought contest between both men, Star Warrior comes out on top after hitting Mayhem with a Cosmic Smash.
Winner via Pin Fall Star Warrior
Spike vs. Thantos (Non Title)
This was just as competitive, if not more so, than Spike’s opponent at Invasion, Star Warrior vs. Mayhem match up earlier. Every time Thantos would get the upper hand, Spike’s size and power would turn the tide back to the champion. Thantos proved his “Game Master” moniker isn’t just a title, as he used his brains as well as his talent to continue to outwit the champion, even kicking out of the MEGADESTROYER around mid way through the match. The former champion put up a valiant fight, but eventually the powerful offensive onslaught by Spike wore down Thantos and the Champ put him away with another MEGADESTROYER at 22:29.
Winner via Pin Fall Spike
After the match, Star Warrior made his way down to the ring and went nose to nose with Spike, leading into their One on One match at Invasion!