Post by mystmotone101 on Oct 29, 2022 11:28:29 GMT -5
DCW USA Twin Dragon GP Round 3
Dylan Zaine (1) d. Terry Michaels (1) via Pinfall (German Suplex) 1*
It was a back and forth match between Terry and Dylan, with Terry getting moments where it seemed like he could beat the champion, but Dylan wasn’t going to have any of it, and after a long back and forth, Dylan hit a German Suplex to put Terry away.
Yoma Adachi d. Dynamite Dave (4) via DQ (out of the ring brawl) 2*
Both Dave and Yoma put on a solid contest between each other, though it was mostly Yoma getting the big offensive moves. However, when Yoma threw Dave out of the ring, Dave took control and tried to lay in a bigger offense on the outside. This would come back to bite him, though, as the referee would disqualify Dave from the match.
Daisuke Sengoku (1) d. Austin Dragonblaze via Pinfall (turnbuckle roll up) .5*
Austin took control early on and laid in a beatdown, but this would not last forever, as Daisuke got a surprising attack on the outside, allowing him a chance to go in and deal some damage. Daisuke would throw Austin into the turnbuckle, only for the throw to be reversed. However, Daisuke countered a splash in the corner with a roll up and got the surprise win over Austin.
Seishin (3) d. Scale Slayer (3) via Pinfall (turnbuckle roll up) 3*
In an intense back and forth match, Scale Slayer started off strong with the HUNTER’S ARROW. This would not be the end of Seishin, however, and he would bring a competitive match to the table against the notorious foe. The match would see its end when Scale Slayer tried to go for a splash in the corner, with Seishin dodging and rolling Scale Slayer up for the win.
Atomic Bomber d. Akuma the Ninja (3) via Pinfall (Deathjump counter) 1.5*
Atomic Bomber held control over Akuma for a while, especially after Akuma got caught up in a pin predicament by Atomic Bomber after coming off the ropes. While Atomic Bomber did some serious damage, he would eventually leave himself open to Akuma’s attacks, especially after Akuma blocked a cobra clutch Suplex attempt. Akuma didn’t use the opportunity wisely, however, as a Deathjump allowed Atomic Bomber to catch him and Powerbomb him down for the win.
Drake Fitzgerald d. Kanazawa (1) via Pinfall (DRAKE-BUSTER) .5*
This match was a well contested fight, but Kanazawa proved to be no match for Drake, as the veteran took Kanazawa down with a hard lariat and finished him off with the DRAKE-BUSTER to win the match.
Post by mystmotone101 on Oct 29, 2022 23:05:57 GMT -5
DCW USA Twin Dragon GP Round 4
Yoma Adachi d. Daisuke Sengoku (2) via Pinfall (SUPERIOR KNEE) 1*
It was a short match with Daisuke failing to keep offensive pressure against Yoma, especially after taking a hard lariat. Yoma followed it up with two SUPERIOR KNEEs to get the win.
Terry Michaels (1) d. Dynamite Dave (5) via Pinfall (DIVING DROPKICK) 3*
It was a strong back and forth match between the two foes, but Dave was unable to actively overpower the Young Dragon, who gave it everything he had to win this match. Terry also survived the EXPLODER SUPLEX from Dave, surprising even the most hardcore of fans. Terry would put Dave away with the DIVING DROPKICK.
Dylan Zaine (1) d. Austin Dragonblaze (2) via DQ (out of the ring brawl) 1.5*
It was a brutal match between the two wrestlers, with Dylan taking control for most of it for a while. Austin would eventually find an opening for a counter attack and nearly pinned Dylan off of a Dragon Suplex. Austin, however, let his emotions get the better of him and brought Dylan to the outside, where he would end up getting disqualified for his actions.
Akuma the Ninja d. Drake Fitzgerald (4) via Pinfall (foreign object) 2*
It was a back and forth match, with Drake fighting to put Akuma down, but it was to no avail, as Akuma was getting back up and even using the Ninja Mist on Drake. As Akuma finally found an opening, he would hit Drake with a foreign object to get the win.
Atomic Bomber (2) d. Scale Slayer (3) via DQ (out of the ring brawl) 2.5*
In a back and forth match, Atomic Bomber and Scale Slayer put it all on the line, and it was Atomic Bomber who would win as despite the damage done, Scale Slayer wanted more and he went to the outside with the Atomic Bomber following. Scale Slayer got too focused on violence that he ended up getting disqualified.
Kanazawa (1) d. Seishin (3) via Pinfall (HELL’S RUN) 2*
It was an intense back and forth match that saw Seishin hit his PHOENIX SENTON early, but Kanazawa was able to fight back. The two of them battled on the outside of the ring on multiple occasions, with Seishin even getting some good shots in, as he looked for the finishing blow. At the end, however, Kanazawa continually ducked Seishin after every big move, forcing Seishin to run and retrieve Kanazawa. After one too many times, Kanazawa threw Seishin into the ring post before bringing him in. After that, Kanazawa hit the HELL’S RUN one final time to win the match and end Seishin’s chances at winning the Twin Dragon Grand Prix.
Post by mystmotone101 on Oct 30, 2022 19:01:52 GMT -5
DCW USA Twin Dragon GP Round 5
Terry Michaels (1) d. Daisuke Sengoku (2) via Pinfall (DIVING DROPKICK) 1.5*
It was an intense match that saw Terry hit a standing Dropkick after countering a German Suplex. From there, it was a Deathjump counter into a pin by Daisuke and a Deathjump counter from Terry before hitting two DIVING DROPKICKS to win the match and go 3-2.
Austin Dragonblaze d. Yoma Adachi (1) via Pinfall (BLOODY-T) .5*
The match started off back and forth for a while until Austin countered a double axe handle. Austin would hit a Powerslam and a discus clothesline before landing the BLOODY-T to win the match.
Dylan Zaine d. Dynamite Dave (4) via Pinfall (TIGER DRIVER ‘91) 2*
It was an intense matchup that saw Dave not wanting to go down without a fight, even kicking out of a TIGER DRIVER ‘91 at one point. Dave threw everything he had while Dylan did the same. The match would eventually reach a climatic conclusion as Dylan would hit the TIGER DRIVER ‘91 to win the match and the Northern Block of the Twin Dragon Grand Prix.
Scale Slayer (2) d. Drake Fitzgerald (2) via Pinfall (HUNTER’S ARROW) 2*
It was a back and forth match between the two sworn enemies, with Scale Slayer constantly slowing the match down while Drake used his power. Scale Slayer would eventually tick Drake off enough for Drake to go out of the Dragon Unit’s honorary code and battle on the outside of the ring. This would be a big mistake, however, as Scale Slayer would with a brawl on the outside and beat Drake with the HUNTER’S ARROW.
Kanazawa (2) d. Akuma the Ninja (2) via Pinfall (HELL’S RUN) 2*
In an intense back and forth match between the two free agents, the two wrestlers showed off their skills in the ring, giving each other a hard time in defeating the other. That was until Kanazawa found an opening to head outside of the ring and beat down on Akuma on the outside. From there, Kanazawa hit a brainbuster and the HELL’S RUN twice to win the match.
Atomic Bomber (2) d. Seishin (4) via Pinfall (avalanche Powerbomb) 3*
In a back and forth match between two rivals, Seishin was fighting for pride while Atomic Bomber was fighting to win the block. They threw everything at each other, refusing to go down for even a second. Eventually, it would all come crashing down for Seishin, as Atomic Bomber dropped him with a Powerbomb before hitting an avalanche Powerbomb straight after to win the match and the Southern Block.
Post by mystmotone101 on Oct 31, 2022 23:07:26 GMT -5
Dragon City Wrestling USA Card 5
The crowd for tonight’s show is excited for wrestling action, and they are a nice mix of Tiger Clan and Dragon Unit fans.
Michael Slater (2) d. Casey West (2) via Submission (BOSTON CRAB) 2*
In a competitive back and forth match between two Young Dragons, Casey used his speed to take control of the match when he could while Michael’s resilience gave him a chance to fight back. Michael would eventually find an opening and lock in the BOSTON CRAB, securing himself the win.
Dragon’s Destruction (Drake Fitzgerald (2) & Austin Dragonblaze) d. Yoma Adachi & Andy Johnson via Pinfall (DRAKE-BUSTER) .5*
In a relatively short match, Yoma would hit the backstabber onto Drake and went for a quick cover before tagging in Andy. Drake was not amused by this and after taking a leg drop, Drake countered a backdrop into a hip toss before hitting the DRAKE-BUSTER to win the match.
Tiger Mask X (2) d. Nagito Owada (3) via Pinfall (TIGER SUPLEX) 2.5*
In a nice back and forth battle, Tiger Mask X kept on Nagito when he had the opening, while Nagito constantly went to the Boston Crab to weaken down Tiger Mask X over time. Tiger Mask X would eventually win out with a bridging German Suplex before eventually hitting the TIGER SUPLEX to win the match.
Spiritual Key (Seishin (2) & Sora Misawa (2)) d. Ultra-Kick Storm (Lane Storm (2) & Edward Storm (1)) via Pinfall (Deathjump counter) 1.75*
It was a nice back and forth match between the two Junior Heavyweight tag teams with neither team seemingly having the advantage. Spiritual Key would start off on a strong foot after hitting the DOUBLE KEY SPLASH on Lane, but Edward was there to break it up. From there, it turned into a classic Junior heavyweight bout between high level tag teams, with one ULTRA-KICK from Edward Storm included. The end would be reached when Lane attempted to go up to the top rope for a Deathjump, only for Seishin to catch him in the air and land the Spirit Driver to get the win.
After the match, both Scale Slayer and Eddie Cole made their way to the ring, looking at the new challengers. They raise the Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships over their heads and stare at the challengers, who only respond with similar glares.
After a while, the champions leave the ring and head to the back, where the leader of the Tiger Clan and current DCW USA Heavyweight Champion, Dylan Zaine, is preparing for the Twin Dragon GP Finals, happening right now.
Twin Dragon Grand Prix Finals
Dylan Zaine d. Atomic Bomber via Pinfall (TIGER DRIVER ‘91) DUD
Despite the lack of fatigue shown by either man, Dylan and Atomic Bomber showcased why they are the winners of their respective Twin Dragon Grand Prix blocks, with both of them giving it everything they had against each other for a while. It would all come crashing down for the Bomber, however, as Dylan Zaine was able to find a big enough opening to counter and hit the TIGER DRIVER ‘91 to win the match and the Twin Dragon Grand Prix.
As the Tiger Clan come out to celebrate, Dylan Zaine is handed the Twin Dragon Grand Prix trophy, showcasing his triumph over everyone in the tournament. The crowd are behind the Tigerheart, and he raises both his championship and trophy in triumph. The cameras then fade to black as the confetti falls.
Post by mystmotone101 on Nov 3, 2022 16:17:42 GMT -5
Hey guys! Update to the fed real quick.
Card 6 is being worked on, and it's going to be the first show I run in a colosseum venue (the North Dragon Colosseum to be precise). It will act as one of two supershows for this cycle, so it's going to be a ten match card.
The results for the Twin Dragon Grand Prix are also available for people to view just in case they were wondering, and I'll put in who won the previous Twin Dragon GP in the first post.Twin Dragon Grand Prix 1 Block ATwin Dragon Grand Prix 1 Block B
Post by mystmotone101 on Nov 4, 2022 16:40:18 GMT -5
Dragon City Wrestling USA Card 6
Live: Northern Dragon Colosseum
The audience in Northern California is stacked to the brim with fans, all looking forward to seeing some DCW USA action. There are a lot more Tiger Clan fans than usual, making this a Tiger Clan territory style show.
Andy Johnson (1) d. Jack Jones (1) via Pinfall (Diving Crossbody) 1*
It was a back and forth match despite Andy’s lack of capabilities in singles matches. The two of them would trade blows with Jack even locking in the BOSTON CRAB on Andy, only for the Young Dragon to reach the ropes. A Deathjump would put Andy in the driver’s seat and he would eventually hit a Diving Crossbody to win the match.
Masked Assassins (Exzcutioner & Akuma the Ninja) d. Steel Knights (Drake Steel (3) & Darian Kingsmen) via Pinfall (THUMBSCREW) .75*
It was a match mostly controlled by the assassins, with them doing some offense against Drake Steel, including the NINJA AMBUSH twice. Drake did eventually find an opening when Exzcutioner threw him to the outside of the ring, and he would eventually tag in Darian, but Darian could not keep the momentum up and a single THUMBSCREW was enough to bring the Boston Crippler down.
Terry Michaels d. Nagito Owada (3) via Submission (single leg crab) 1.5*
The match started with Nagito taking control, but after a while, Terry found an opening in Nagito’s attack and started to wear down the Dragon Unit member. Terry focused on using the single leg crab to bring Nagito down, and eventually Nagito would submit to the move.
Lane Storm (2) d. Shiitake Jr. via Pinfall (ULTRA-KICK) 1*
It was a short match that saw Shiitake Jr. take control early with his agility before hitting the MUSHROOM DRIVER, a move that only got a 2 count. Eventually, Shiitake would let up and taunt on the turnbuckle, giving Lane the opportunity he needed to fight back, landing a power slam onto Shiitake before hitting him with a well placed ULTRA-KICK to win the match.
DCW USA Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship
Spiritual Key (Sora Misawa & Seishin) d. Skin & Bones (Eddie Cole (1) & Scale Slayer) (c) via Pinfall (DOUBLE KEY SPLASH) .25*
The match started with Seishin and Eddie Cole, and this time, Seishin was able to keep up with Eddie throughout the match, not falling victim to the Cross Armbreaker like last time. Eventually, Eddie would tag in Scale Slayer to try and turn the tides, but it wouldn’t work as Sora and Seishin went up to the top and hit the DOUBLE KEY SPLASH onto Scale Slayer, pinning him down and winning the Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships.
Seishin and Sora Misawa celebrated their win over the former champions, and they were given the championship belts. Despite being a Tiger Clan focused crowd, Seishin and Sora were given admiration for their hard work on this night, congratulating the new champions.
Edward Storm (1) d. Dragon Mask V (2) via Pinfall (diving Dropkick) 1.5*
It was a back and forth match between the Junior Heavyweights, with Edward trying to keep up with the Dragon Mask. After a while, Edward was finally able to find his groove and go on the attack, eventually hitting several big moves on Dragon Mask V including the ULTRA-KICK. It was, however, a diving Dropkick that would seal the deal.
DCW USA Heavyweight Tag Team Championships
The Arsonists (Atomic Bomber & Dynamite Dave (1)) (c) d. Dragon’s Destruction (Austin Dragonblaze (2) & Drake Fitzgerald) via Pinfall (Sumo Chokeslam) .75*
It was a back and forth match for a bit with Drake and Dave starting off for their respective teams. Eventually, Dave was able to hit big moves onto Austin Dragonblaze, including a backdrop driver, driving Austin’s head into the mat. After that, a Powerbomb clothesline combo followed by an eventual Sumo Chokeslam from Atomic Bomber won the Arsonists the match.
After the match concludes, the Arsonists celebrate their win over two opponents they had trouble with in the Twin Dragon Grand Prix, and now the two of them look toward the future, waiting for more challengers on the horizon.
DCW USA Junior Heavyweight Championship
Kanazawa (3) d. Tiger Mask X (1) (c) via Pinfall (HELL’S RUN) 2*
The match started off even, but then Tiger Mask X started getting control, hitting some massive elbow shots onto Kanazawa, sending the free agent reeling. After a while, however, Kanazawa was able to find an opening and lay in on the attacks, eventually bringing Tiger Mask X down and hitting the HELL’S RUN twice in a row to win the match and the championship.
The crowd boos as Kanazawa holds up the DCW USA Junior Heavyweight Championship, showing his success in the division, despite hit Free Agent status.
Dogma (4) d. Daisuke Sengoku via Count Out (out of the ring) 2*
The match started with Daisuke in complete control, keeping the pace of the match at his speed. It continues this way for a bit until Dogma finds an opening, hitting Daisuke with a barrage of attacks before throwing him outside of the ring. From there, Dogma hit Daisuke with a Powerbomb through a nearby table before sliding back in, where Daisuke was unable to get back into the ring by the count of 20.
DCW USA Heavyweight Championship
Dylan Zaine (3) (c) d. Yoma Adachi (1) via Disqualification (out of the ring) 2*
In a match with big implications, Dylan Zaine looked to make sure Yoma didn’t hit the ground running, as he quickly hit the Oklahoma Stampede, forcing Yoma off of his game. The strategy didn’t last, however, as Yoma was able to get back on the attack, hitting Dylan with a bunch of SUPERIOR KNEEs to the head. Dylan was wobbly, and Yoma looked to do more damage on the outside of the ring, but he ends up going overboard with it, accidentally getting himself disqualified by the referee in charge.
After the match is done, Yoma gets in and argues with the referee about the finish as Dylan Zaine gets back up. Dylan eventually slides into the ring and looks at Yoma before demanding him to head to the back.
Dylan received the Heavyweight championship and raised it as tall as he could as Yoma left the ring, the unfortunate victim for Dylan’s 11th defense of the championship. Dylan gives a ferocious roar as the cameras fade to black.
Post by mystmotone101 on Nov 5, 2022 0:48:06 GMT -5
I am about to run the DCW USA Junior Heavyweight Tag League. It features two blocks of four tag teams each, and the winners of each block will advance to the finals, which will take place on Card 6. If the winning team is not the Junior Heavyweight Tag Team champions, they will get their shot at the gold on Card 9. Here are the blocks and their participants.
Spiritial Key (Sora Misawa & Seishin)*
Assasins Creed (Akuma the Ninja & Kanazawa**)
Tiger Mask X & Yoma Adachi
Ultra-Kick Storm (Edward Storm & Lane Storm)
Bash Brothers (Agrippas & Ocularus)
Skin & Bones (Eddie Cole & Scale Slayer)
Shiitake Jr. & Andy Johnson
Dragon Mask V & Nagito Owada
*This team are the current Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions.
**Kanazawa is the current Junior Heavyweight Champion. If anyone pins him, they may be in line for a future Junior Heavyweight Championship match.
Post by mystmotone101 on Nov 6, 2022 14:52:20 GMT -5
Dragon City Jr. Tag League Round 1
Assassins Creed (Akuma the Ninja & Kanazawa (1)) d. Tiger Mask X (3) & Yoma Adachi (2) via Pinfall (Shotei) 1.5*
It was a back and forth match between the two teams, with Assassins Creed even going for some double team attacks on the Tiger Clan’s makeshift team. The match would eventually reach its end when Akuma hit a picture perfect Shotei onto Tiger Mask X.
Spiritual Key (Seishin (4) & Sora Misawa (1)) d. Ultra-Kick Storm (Edward Storm & Lane Storm (1)) via Pinfall (PHOENIX SENTON) 1.5*
It was a nice back and forth match between the two teams, with Sora and Seishin hitting the DOUBLE KEY SPLASH early on Lane, but Edward came in and started a brawl. Chaos ensued throughout the rest of the match as after a Deathjump from Lane, the referee got taken out on accident and the teams battled for a little while until Lane and Edward hit the STORM CYCLE to nearly put Seishin away. Sora, however, broke it up and another brawl ensued. Spiritual Key won the brawl and Seishin went up to hit the PHOENIX SENTON, giving the Junior Heavyweight tag champs a win in the tournament.
Shiitake Jr. & Andy Johnson d. Skin & Bones (Eddie Cole (1) & Scale Slayer) via Pinfall (Lariat) .25*
In a shocking turn of events, the team of Shiitake Jr. and Andy Johnson worked together to keep Eddie Cole from reaching his partner, with Andy getting the win over Eddie with a lariat.
Dragon Mask V & Nagito Owada (1) d. Bash Brothers (Ocularus (2) & Agrippas) via Pinfall (DRAGON DDT) .75*
The match started off with Ocularus in control, even hitting the GAME MISCONDUCT. This wouldn’t be the end, however, as Dragon Mask V broke up the pin and hit a fisherman DDT before Nagito went up for a few Deathjumps. From there, Ocularus was dead to rites from Dragon Mask V, and a DRAGON DDT would be enough to seal the deal, despite Agrippas’ best efforts to stop the pin.
Post by mystmotone101 on Nov 7, 2022 0:42:24 GMT -5
Dragon City Jr. Tag League Round 2
Spiritual Key (Sora Misawa & Seishin (3)) d. Assassins Creed (Akuma the Ninja (2) & Kanazawa (3)) via Pinfall (Deathjump counter) 2*
In a nice back and forth match between both teams, Seishin looked to avenge his loss in the Dragon City Grand Prix by taking on Kanazawa, but the current Junior Heavyweight champion did not make it easy as he constantly held control over Seishin, hitting the HELL’S RUN multiple times. Eventually, however, Seishin was able to fight back and get Sora in to apply pressure. From there, Akuma would tag in and go for a Deathjump, only to be countered by Sora and pinned for the win.
Tiger Mask X (6) & Yoma Adachi (5) d. Ultra-Kick Storm (Edward Storm (2) & Lane Storm (5)) via Pinfall (Deathjump counter) 4.5*
In an amazing tag team match, both teams laid it all on the line in an attempt to win, with teams pulling out their finishing moves, the SUPERIORITY COMPLEX and the STORM CYCLE respectively. Yoma and Lane also threw SUPERIOR KNEES and ULTRA-KICKS like they were going out of style, but in the end, it was Yoma who won the match for his team as Edward went up to the top, only to be caught by Yoma with a SUPERIOR KNEE on the way down, allowing Yoma to pin Edward for the win.
Bash Brothers (Ocularus (2) & Agrippas (1)) d. Skin & Bones (Eddie Cole (2) & Scale Slayer (1)) via Pinfall (CAME, SAW, CONQUERED) 1.5*
In a nice back and forth match between both teams, they put everything out that they could through solid wresting and out of the ring brawls. It was, however, the Bash Brothers who would pick up the win as Agrippas tagged in Ocularus to hit Eddie with the CAME, SAW, CONQUERED and they proceeded to get the win after removing Scale Slayer from the occasion.
Dragon Mask V (2) & Nagito Owada (1) d. Shiitake Jr. (3) & Andy Johnson (3) via Pinfall (DRAGON DDT) 2.25*
In a nice back and forth match, both teams gave it everything they had to try and win, but despite the Young Dragon and the Mushroom Man’s best efforts, Nagito Owada and Dragon Mask V wrestled a good match and were eventually able to put away their opponents with Dragon Mask V hitting Shiitake Jr. with the DRAGON DDT.