Post by David Morse on Jan 30, 2008 1:41:10 GMT -5
(I am moving this thread over from the unofficial boards since it is only a few posts long. The USWF is my version of the CPC. It was started in 2099 but was later taken over by Magnus Colby during his less successful attempt to take over the GWF. I use the CPC card sets for it, but it also contains a lot of bootleg wrestlers. Bootleg wrestlers, my own and otherwise, will be marked with an asterisk (*) on first reference. The following press conference opened the year 2111 for the USWF.)
SURPRISES AT USWF OPENING PRESS CONFERENCE
The USWF held its annual year-opening press conference on January 25, the day after the conclusion of the GWF’s Galaxy Cup tournaments, in the press room of Colby Palace on Planet Colby. Commissioner Grogan acted as master of ceremonies. Appearing onstage with Grogan were USWF majority owner Magnus Colby and by representatives from each of the USWF’s teams. Most of the federation’s active wrestlers were in the audience along with the media.
“Welcome, everyone, to our annual event,” the commissioner began. “I don’t have too many announcements to make today. You’ve heard from GWF Commissioner Morpheus about out agreement regarding the Titan Challenge, and from GWWF Commissioner Tralington about the fate of our women’s division. I want to thank both the GWF and the GWWF for their cooperation in reaching these agreements, which should benefit all of us. The nice thing about going last is that I don’t have to say much. All of the secrets have been told.”
“At least, all of my secrets are out. But the team leaders here on the stage may have a few suprises, so let’s get to them. Exo-King, you’re first.”
Team representatives then made their statements in the following order:
Exo-King, Manager, King’s Court: “Thank you, commissioner. Obviously the foundation of our team is my son, Jack of Diamonds. And you heard me invite Zed Marlowe to join us last year. Zed will forming a tag team with Zouave. Raven has made other plans, so it is just the three of us.”
Phantasy, Manager, Outsider Dominion: “The Troubleshooters and I are still together, of course. And Holocaust has agreed to work with us for another year. Unfortunately, I have not spoken to the Dominator. He has not been returning my messages, so I don’t know what he is planning.”
*Vascor, Manager, Penthouse Suite: “I’ll tell you what the Dominator is planning: He’s joining a winning team: Penthouse Suite. Colossus and the Penthouse Punks are also still on board. And I will be joining the team as a manager and wrestling only occasionally, so that my tag team partner *Tarloc can begin his singles career as a star for Penthouse Suite and become the dominating force he is destined to be. We will crush the Star Defenders and rule this federation.”
*Unknown Soldier, Manager, Star Defenders: “Don’t count on it. We have some surprises as well. Of course, USWF Champion *Black Hawk is back, as is *Daniel Streamline. But to replace *Casshan and *Guthlac, we are bringing in a tag team that has been champions in the GWF: *Charon and *Scorpio, also known as Blackout. Scorpio’s Sudden Death banishment has ended, so he is eligible to come back. And for out fifth man, we have a real surprise. After many years, *Pathfinder of Ceres has agreed to rejoin the Star Defenders.”
Kati, Team Leader, The Guardians: “We have me and Angst back as single wrestlers. Obviously Charon has moved on. *Brave is still with us as a bodyguard. And Espionage, the tag team that joined us for the War Games last year, has decided to become members of the Guardians on a full-time basis.”
*Dagger Mack, Team Leader Agents of Fortune: “The GWF has forced Krakan to break his ties with us. That means that our bodyguard, Soldier of Fortune, is gone. But we’ll be fine. I ‘ve reached an agreement with *Dream Lover to have her serve as a valet for our team. *Reckless Abandon and I will take the singles action. And we have recruited *Silverfang to join us as a tag team partner for *Homicide. Both of them are slowing down a bit, so they decided to try tag wrestling for a while.”
*Silver Ace, Manager, Death Row: “Last year Death Row won the War Games. Then you saw *Venom leave us last December. Now you’ve heard that Tarloc, Vascor, and Silverfang have joined other teams. That leaves only *Stargazer from last year. But with the *Kobe Extreme team now defunct, I have recruited two of its former members, *Crow and *Hurricane. And I have also brought in *Skyfire, who will reform his tag team Stormfront with Hurricane.”
Terak, Manager, Savage Kingdom: “Our roster is unchanged. Wildcat and Karah took a break from working as a tag team late last year, but they are going to give it another go. Along with Gila, they will continue to improve and to work their way up in this federation.”
Cassandra, Manager, Trio: “Work their way up? Good luck. The Stormtroopers are already up. But to keep things interesting, we have also reached an agreement for Dynamo to join us. Among out three men, that gives us three experienced tag team to choose from: The Stormtroopers, The Pillars of Power, and A Cut Above. And we will use all of those combinations at different times this year.”
*Venom, Team Member, The Gladiators of Aethra: “Finally we have a true Aethran team in this federation again. With *Blitz and *Scar joining me and *Ravage returning, we will be unstoppable. And to top it off, we have a new bodyguard from Aethra. His name for now is P3, and he wil be a star someday, but for now he wil be here to back us up. We drove Wrath out of the USWF, and now we will simply take over.”
*Witherspoon, Team Member, Primary Colors: “Obviously Pathfinder and *Mantric are gone from our team. Varsity and I will again form the best tag team in the federation, Upper Class. And since he has broken his ties with Penthouse Suite, we have invited Interstellar Champion *Maccavity to join us.. But that’s not the big news. The real surprise is our manager, back with the team he built after serving his Sudden Death Banishment.”
Out onto the stage walked a familiar figure: *Marikel Magnifique, long the leader of the Colby/Pelf Corporation forces in the USWF.
Marikel Magnifique, Manager, Primary Colors: “That’s right, I’m back. I’m here to correct the mistakes I made in the past. I’m still the real star of this federation.”
“You’re still the real blowhard of this federation,” Exo-King corrected.
“Alright, let’s leave it at that,” Commissioner Grogan interrupted. “I think that is everyone here on stage. I also want to announce that Theater of Pain, the Lower World, and the Masked Marvels will again be active as independent tag teams. *Jackson Fury, *Tamor, Bishop Hell, Brainstorm, and Talon return as singles wrestlers. In addition, *Chupacabras has returned form the GWF to wrestle as an independent, and we have a new independent, Gordo, entering as well. Finally, *Palishandor has brought in his older brother, *Shanramore, to form a tag team known as the Musketeers. Welcome to Gordo and Shanramore, and welcome back to Chupacabras, as well as Scorpio and Marikel.
“I think that just about ends our . . .” Grogan continued, but he was interrupted by a voice from the back of the auditorium.
“We ain’t done yet,” said *Wrath as he marched down the aisle. “I heard something about me being driven out. Obviously, I’m still here.”
“Then you’re a fool,” Venom snapped. “You got no friends. We’ll destroy you.”
“I got something better than friends,” Wrath replied. Then, after a brief pause for effect, he added, “I got family.”
As the audience erupted in surprise and cheers, *Predator, Wrath’s half-brother and a former USWF champion who had not competed in the USWF since 2107, walked into the auditorium and down to the stage.
“Wrath may have more friends than you think,” Predator smiled. “But if he doesn’t, I do. Meet the men who will be teaming with us against you this year.”
Again all eyes turned to the doorway. In walked Raven, *Lycanthrope, and the Incredible Badger. The trio joined Wrath and Predator on the stage as Badger took the microphone.
Incredible Badger, Manager, Rebel Forces: “Wrath and Predator will handle the turncoats Blitz and Scar. If anyone can take Venom, it’s Raven. And Lycanthrope can’t wait to get his old friend Ravage back in the ring. What is it, fifteen year that you two have been going at it? No stopping now. Get ready for war.”
The angry gladiators had to be held back to keep the scene from breaking into a brawl. The shocking press conference ended on this exciting note, with major battles clearly to come in the USWF in 2111.
USWF Heavyweight Champion: Black Hawk
USWF Tag Team Champions: Theater of Pain
USWF Interstellar Champion: Maccavity
USWF Cruiserweight Champion: Halcón Oro
Post by David Morse on Jan 30, 2008 1:42:20 GMT -5
USWF STAR CHALLENGE 2111
The USWF’s eleventh annual Star Challenge Supercard was held at Fire Island on March 2, 2111. The event includes two tournaments, one for single wrestlers and another for tag teams. The USWF commissioner’s office determines which wrestlers will be included in each tournament, with all matches in both tournaments fought under no disqualification rules. The Challenge also traditionally features a Battle Royal for wrestlers not invited to participate in the tournaments, with the winner receiving a shot at the Interstellar Title.
Tag Team Tournament Round One Highlights
The first round of the tag team tournament featured several upsets, none bigger than Stormfront’s elimination of Predator and Wrath, one of the pre-tournament favorite teams. The Masked Marvels also ousted the Penthouse Punks in round one.
Singles Tournament Round One Highlights
Biggest surprises of the singles tournament's first round were Colossus' loss to Stargazer, Daniel Streamline's defeat at the hands of Reckless Abandon, and Angst's stunningly quick win over Lycanthrope, son of GWF legend Wolf, in just over a minute.
Tag Team Tournament Quarterfinals
Theater of Pain over Stormfront
The current USWF Tag Team Champions advanced as Comedy pinned Skyfire
The Stormtroopers over the Masked Marvels
An outstanding match between two veteran teams. All four men were battered in back and forth action that finally ended when Hammer made Halcón Oro submit to the Hammer's Lock.
The Troubleshooters over Espionage
Another tough match as Saboteur finally went down to a Muss’em Up
Rebellion over Upper Class
Fairly easy win for Blitz and Scar as Varsity was pinned by an Aethran Triumph
Singles Tournament Quarterfinals
Black Hawk over Jack of Diamonds
The current USWF Heavyweight Champion wins with an Indian Death Lock
Raven over Reckless Abandon
Reverse slam by Raven for the win.
Angst over Maccavity
Another stunningly quick win for Angst, this time over the current Interstellar Champion with an Ante Mortem
Crow over Stargazer
The top singles match of the card may have been this contest between Death Row teammates. The battle featured constant action and many exciting moves by both wrestlers. Both men were battered and bloody by the end of the fight, which Crow won with a Kobe Devastation.
Tag Team Tournament Semi-Finals
Theater of Pain over the Stormtroopers
Theater of Pain reached the finals for the second time by beating the Stormtroopers as Hammer went down to the Shakespeare.
Rebellion over the Troubleshooters
Rebellion made it to the finals for the first time ever by downing the Troubleshooters when Scar pinned the Bomb.
Singles Tournament Semi-Finals
Raven over Black Hawk
Raven pinned USWF Heavyweight Champion Black Hawk with a Broadsword after a missed deathjump to make it to the finals for the second straight year
Crow over Angst
Crow pinned Angst with a Kobe Devastation to earn his first trip to the finals.
Order of Elimination: Gila by Brainstorm, Bishop Hell by Talon, Brainstorm by Holocaust, Dynamo by Gordo, Holocaust by Tarloc, Talon by Dagger Mack, Tarloc by Gordo, Dagger Mack by Gordo.
The big rookie Gordo earned the interstellar title shot by winning the battle royal. Dagger Mack, the last wrestler eliminated by Gordo, was angry at the loss and has vowed to teach the big newcomer “his place.”
Tag Team Tournament Final
Rebellion over Theater of Pain
Rebellion won the tournament for the first time in their outstanding history, overcoming USWF Tag Team Champions Theater of Pain in a good match when Comedy went down to an Aethran Triumph.
Singles Tournament Final
Raven over Crow
Last year’s runner-up, this time Raven took the championship by dominating Crow in the finals and pinning him with a Broadsword.
Post by David Morse on Jan 30, 2008 1:43:28 GMT -5
VENOM WINS USWF TITLE
The young Gladiator Venom captured the USWF Heavyweight Title for the first time on March 8, defeating Black Hawk at the Canopus Civic Coliseum.
Black Hawk had things going his way early in the match, blasting Venom with a suicide dive and nearly pinning his opponent. However, the challenger quickly came back in a brawl outside the ring and scored with the “Snakebite” to claim the win and the championship.
Black Hawk demanded and was granted a rematch on the next USWF card, which took place on March 14 at the Algol Double Star Arena. This time the former champion had control for most of the match and seemed to have Venom beaten, but the Aethran bodyguard P3 interfered to save the champion. Venom then came back to score a controversial countout win to retain the title.
“I had him,” Black Hawk stated after the card. “Everyone saw it. I’m not going to make excuses, but I showed today I can beat Venom. Now it’s just a matter of getting him back in the ring to settle this once and for all.”
“Queen’s Commentary” features the observations of former GWF star and now USWF color commentator Killer Queen.
“Venom’s capturing of the USWF Heavyweight title seemed almost inevitable. He is a major talent, and we all knew he would win a belt soon. But now the real test comes. Venom will have to face Raven, the Star Challenge winner, at the Maxus Madness supercard. Raven is not only a great wrestler, but at this point the feud between the Gladiators and the Rebel Forces is as hot any in any the federation. That gives Raven extra incentive to get the job done.
"Another match we expect to see at Maxus Madness is the tag team showdown pitting Predator and Wrath against Rebellion. So far the two teams have not met as a group. Predator and Wrath have won several singles matches against Blitz and Scar, but both of them are more experienced singles wrestlers. The real battle will be in the tag match, and it is one that everyone is anticipating.
“The final matchup in this feud, Lycanthrope against Ravage, has already started. Lycanthrope has dominated his Aethran opponent so far, but it is still early in the year. The Gladiators against the Rebel Forces should provide a lot of great moments in 2111.”
CHUPACABRAS BLASTS ORO FOR CRUISERWEIGHT STRAP
Chupacabras scored an easy win over Halcón Oro to win the USWF Cruiserweight Championship on March 23 at the Prantares United Center.
The title match was no contest. Chupacabras, who had also dominated the champion in a previous non-title match, took an early advantage and then scored with his “Never Saw It Coming” finisher to record the pin in just twenty-four seconds.
Chupacabras becomes the first USWF wrestler to hold the cruiserweight title four times. His first three reigns came under the identity of Toltecas, as he was the federation’s very first cruiserweight champion in 2105 and held it for nearly a year. The most recent win makes his first championship since entering Doomsayer’s Transrevolver in late 2108 and becoming the more physical Chupacabras.
MAXUS MADNESS PREVIEW
USWF Heavyweight Championship: Venom (c) vs. Raven
USWF Tag Team Championship: Theater of Pain (c) vs. Skyfire and Hurricane (Stormfront)
Interstellar Championship: Maccavity (c) vs. Lycanthrope, son of Wolf
Titan Hardcore Tag Match: Wrath and Predator vs. Blitz and Scar (Rebellion)
Total Anarchy/Hardcore Championship Match: Angst (c) vs. Reckless Abandon
Four Weapons of Destruction Match: Black Hawk vs. Colossus
Cruiserweight Title Match: Chupacabras (c) vs. Zed Marlowe
Troubleshooters vs. Varsity and Witherspoon (Upper Class)
Stormtroopers vs. Espionage
and more . . .
Post by David Morse on Jan 30, 2008 1:45:19 GMT -5
MAXUS MADNESS 2111
The third annual Maxus Madness supercard took place at the Maxus Trinity Towers on April 5, 2111. The crowd of 43,358, while not a sellout, demonstrated the loyal fan base that continues on Maxus despite the difficulties faced by professional wrestling.
MAXUS MADNESS: THE CARD
Cosmic Cage Match: Zouave over Death’s Head
Easy match for Zouave
Ruins of Antilia Match: Homicide over Kati
An excellent match among the artificially created ruins. Great action on both sides ended when a wall collapsed on Kati, allowing Homicide to score the pin.
Jack of Diamonds over Ravage
Jack scored the win with an “Atomic Skullcrusher.”
Espionage over the Stormtroopers
Powerhouse went down to a “Double Agent."
Shandor Street Fight: Stargazer over Silverfang
Stargazer used the "Blind Fury" to score a quick win over his former teammate.
Lepus Stun Rod Match: Tarloc over Daniel Streamline
Tarloc knocked Streamline out with the stun rod
Blackout (Charon and Scorpio) against the Penthouse Punks: double disqualification
A brawl broke out after Charon was hit by the "View from the Top" and Scorpio made a pin save, causing both teams to be disqualified.
Turnbuckle Shock Match: The Dominator over Pathfinder
Pathfinder had control early, but the Dominator surprised him with a "Painful Domination."
Falls Count Anywhere Match: Holocaust over Crow
Holocaust used a “Shock Wave” to defeat his longtime rival.
Cruiserweight Title Match: Chupacabras (c) over Zed Marlowe
No problem for the champion as he scored with a “Never Saw It Coming."
Upper Class (Varsity and Witherspoon) over the Troubleshooters
A tough match between two of the top tag teams in the federation. Varsity finally pinned Muss with a “P.C.D.”
Total Anarchy/Hardcore Title Match: Angst (c) over Reckless Abandon
Angst wore down the challenger in the ring and then threw him to the floor, where he landed on a mine and was an easy pin.
Four Weapons of Destruction Match: Black Hawk over Colossus
Black Hawk dominated from the outset.
Interstellar Title Match: Lycanthrope over Maccavity (c)
In an exact repeat of his title win at the first Maxus Madness card in 2109, Lycanthrope claimed the interstellar championship for the fourth time by defeating Maccavity. Lycanthrope rarely uses the "Savage Face Claw" as a finishing move, preferring his own “Howling” finisher, but this time the Claw was all he needed to get the win.
Titan Hardcore Match: Wrath and Predator and Rebellion (Blitz and Scar) fought to a time limit draw
The tag team match pitting Rebellion against Wrath and Predator went for fifteen minutes and provided great action, but it clearly solved nothing between the bitter rivals.
USWF Tag Team Title Match: Stormfront (Skyfire and Hurricane) over Theater of Pain (c)
Skyfire and Hurricane had never won a title in their fifteen on-and-off years as a tag team, but they stunned Theater of Pain as Hurricane made Tragedy submit to a “Deadly Twister.”
USWF Heavyweight Championship: Raven over Venom (c) by disqualification
Raven dominated most of the USWF heavyweight title match. Venom rarely mounted much offense and was battered inside and outside the ring by the challenger. Just past the three minute mark of the contest, Raven landed his third “Broadsword” and seemed to have the match won. At that moment, however, the entire Aethran team stormed the ring. Raven’s Rebel Forces teammates were quick to come to his defense, and no serious injuries took place, but the referee had no choice but to disqualify Venom, thus giving Raven the victory but allowing the champion to keep his title.
The interference of the gladiators was an obvious move to keep Raven from claiming the title. Immediately after the card, Commissioner Grogan addressed the situation.
“The Aethrans saved Venom’s title tonight, but he sure looked beaten to me,” Grogan stated. “Raven appeared to have the belt won, and he deserves another chance. Therefore, I am going to order that a rematch take place ten days from now on our card at the Astral Gardens. This will be a Titan Hardcore Match, and no interference will be tolerated. This time we will have a clear winner.”
Post by David Morse on Jan 30, 2008 1:46:33 GMT -5
RAVEN FALLS SHORT IN REMATCH
Raven and Venom put on another great show in the rematch of their Maxus Madness title match on April 15 at the Astral Gardens.
Raven again took the USWF champion to the limit, but this time Venom came away with a pinfall win. The challenger survived Venom’s “Snakebite” finisher twice, but he was not able to kick out a third time and finally succumbed to the Aethran’s attack.
“This is not even close to being over,” Raven said after the card. “He got me tonight. Okay. And I had him last time. I’ll get another shot at him, and I can beat him. It’s a matter of time, that’s all.”
On the same card, another incident involving the Gladiators took place when Holocaust lost by disqualification to Ravage. After the bell, Ravage’s Aethran teammates stormed the ring and attacked Holocaust. Raven, Predator, and Wrath quickly ran to the ring and drove the Gladiators away before they could do serious damage.
“Holocaust was a member of W.A.R. once,” stated Blitz after the card when asked about the attack. “This is a new day for the Gladiators in this federation, and we’re taking out anyone who's ever opposed us. Holocaust has had this coming for a long time, and now he’s gonna pay.”
“Everyone on our team has had problems with Holocaust at some point,” said Rebel Forces manager Incredible Badger, “but we were not going to watch the Aethrans beat him down. Now it seems like we have some common enemies. I know Holocaust has teammates in Outsider Dominion, but this is not their fight. If Holocaust wants to come on board with us now, we’ll take him. We need another man for the War Games anyway, and he’s got enough history with the Aethrans to fit with us.”
BRAINSTORM WALKS OUT OF USWF
Brainstorm has announced his decision to leave the USWF and professional wrestling to pursue other career possibilities.
“I’ve proven all I can here, I think,” the genius stated before departing. “My career has been a great success. But I am constantly passed over for the title shots I deserve, and I think I could spend my time in better ways. I am considering an acting career, but that's just one of my many options. Whatever I do, I’m sure that my fans throughout the galaxy will not be disappointed.”
Commissioner Grogan shrugged when told of Brainstorm’s comments. “I’m not sure what title shots he thinks he deserved,” Grogan said. “You need to win matches to get title shots. But he can believe what ever he likes. There are no hard feelings on my end. I wish him the best in whatever he does.”
Brainstorm’s valet, Darla, also announced that she would be leaving the USWF with her mentor.
CROW DOWNS VENOM FOR USWF HEAVYWEIGHT BELT
Crow captured the USWF heavyweight title for the first time in his career by defeating Venom at the Rigel Nova Palladium on May 6.
The hardcore high-flyer dominated Venom from the opening bell, but the champion but up a strong fight. Crow repeatedly nailed the gladiator with suicide dives outside the ring and wore him down over the first five minutes. Seeing the champion in trouble, the rest of the Aethran team tried to intervene, but they were intercepted by Crow’s Death Row teammates and by Head Referee Bounty Hunter. Crow then landed his “Kobe Devastation” finisher to score the win and claim the title.
Venom’s first championship reign lasted for just over two months and included three successful defenses. The gladiator immediately began demanding a rematch, but Commissioner Grogan had other ideas.
“I’m still not very happy about the way things ended on our last supercard,” Grogan stated, referring to Venom’s disqualification loss to Raven, “so I am not granting an immediate rematch. We have one more card before the Andromeda Explosion event. The next card will take placed at the Vega Palladium on May 13, and the main event will be Venom against Raven in a Titan Hardcore Match with no interference allowed. Whoever wins that match will face Crow at the Andromeda Explosion for the title.”
Post by David Morse on Jan 30, 2008 1:47:27 GMT -5
Sorry. As I noted in the first post in this thread, some of these characters are my own creations or those of other promoters, although easily more than half of this federation is made up of official CotG characters (mostly the CPC roster), and I am phasing out many of the bootlegs right now.
Venom is one of my own. He came into the USWF in 2106. He was a bit skinny for an Aethran, but very young, reasonably powerful, and a big risk-taker. His idol was Spike, who he patterned himself after as best he could, and he came in allied with the hero group of Aethrans in the USWF--Wrath (the huge half-Aethran who initially hated all Aethrans and still hates most of them--see my fed history thread for my favorite story I ever did. I am in the middle of reprinting it there now.), the outstanding tag team of Blitz and Scar, and their manager Massacre (yes, that Massacre). They feuded with Thakur's villain Gladiator group in the USWF. In 2109, after Massacre left (and then died), Venom turned on his friends and, with Thakur's Aethran group having left the fed, joined another very hardcore villain team, Death Row. In 2110 I gave him a card update and made him into a much more effective wrestler, one of the best in the federation, though he did not win any titles in that year.
In 2111 (the current year) I tweaked him to weaken him a little due to my desire to focus more on the established characters, and of course then he won the belt. He also seduced his former friends Blitz and Scar (who had been heroes since joining the federation in 2102) to join him and brought back Ravage, one of the members of Thakur's old team. He also brought in P3 as a bodyguard (I am using the GWF Promoter Limited Edition card from several years ago, before he became Disaster, which he will do in 2113 on schedule), and he is about to bring in the cruiserweight Rush (the LE card sold on the web site). They are feuding with Wrath, Wrath's half-brother Predator (another of my better creations, along with Wrath), Raven, Holocaust, and Wolf's son Lycanthrope, who have basically re-formed a new version of W. A. R., managed by the Incredible Badger.
Again, Venom, Blitz, Scar, Ravage, Wrath, Predator, and Lycanthrope are all my creations. I plan to really cut back on the use of my own bootlegs over the next USWF year or two, but I want to play out this storyline between the gladiators, as it is the most fun for me right now.
Post by David Morse on Jan 30, 2008 1:53:02 GMT -5
ANDROMEDA EXPLOSION 2111
The USWF’s Andromeda Explosion supercard took place on May 18, 2111 at the Andromeda Nebula Pavilion. The annual event was first held in 2104 when it replaced the federation’s original supercard, the Europa Eruption. This year’s card took place before a crowd of over 40, 000 fans.
(Note: I will indicate bootleg wrestlers with an asterisk.)
Zed Marlowe over Halcón Oro
This match was all Zed as he scored the win with a “Duck and Cover.”
Shandor Street Fight: *Silverfang over *Pathfinder
Silverfang knocked out Pathfinder with an illegal object, then took the microphone and announced that he was leaving the federation immediately. His retirement came as a surprise and signaled a quick end to his unsuccessful tag team with Homicide.
Lepus Stun Rod Match: *Daniel Streamline over *Ravage
The stun rod never came into play as Streamline scored with an “All Pro Piledriver.”
*Blackout (Charon and Scorpio) over the Stormtroopers
Powerhouse went down to a “Total Blackout.”
Lava Pit Match: *Dagger Mack over Kati
Kati put up little offense in the simulated environment.
Cruiserweight Championship: Lycosa over *Chupacabras (c)
Lycosa used a splash outside the ring to claim the title and become only the third wrestler (along with Rising Sun and Chupacabras) to have been cruiserweight champion in both the GWF and USWF.
Falls Count Anywhere Match: *Stargazer over *Black Hawk
Stargazer got the pin in the audience after slamming Hawk through a seat.
Troubleshooters over Theater of Pain
Comedy went down to the “Muss’em Up.”
Torture Chamber/Hardcore Title Match: *Homicide over Angst (c)
When Angst suffered a panic attack in the Torture Chamber, he was nearly defenseless. Homicide claimed the hardcore belt for the second time.
Castor Chain Match: The Dominator over Holocaust
Dominator continued his recent winning streak thanks to a backfired “Shock Wave.”
Espionage over the Penthouse Punks by DQ with Bounty Hunter as referee
In the latest installment of this fast-growing feud, Romulus was disqualified for attacking Bounty Hunter while trying to make a pin save.
Circinus Cell Match: Raven over Colossus
After outside interference by both the Dominator (for Colossus) and Holocaust (for Raven), Raven got the win with a piledriver.
Interstellar Title Match: *Lycanthrope son of Wolf (c) over *Maccavity
In a rematch from the last supercard, Lycanthrope scored a win over the former champion with “the Howling.”
Titan Hardcore Tag Match: *Predator and *Wrath over *Rebellion (Blitz and Scar)
After a draw between these teams on the last supercard, this time Predator pinned Scar with a belly-to-back suplex.
USWF Tag Team Title Match: Upper Class (Varsity and *Witherspoon) over *Stormfront (c) (Skyfire and Hurricane)
In an excellent match, Varsity finally pinned Skyfire with a teardrop suplex to win the tag belts.
USWF Heavyweight Championship: *Crow (c) over *Venom
Crow hit Venom with a “Kobe Devastation” to retain the title. Venom had earned the shot with a win over Raven in a top contender match.
(Note: Crow is the famous bootleg character originally created--I think--by Jamie B. Wilson. As is noted in the GWF Files, Crow went through a lot of updates by Jamie and maybe by others and eventually became almost unbeatable. This version of Crow is my own toned-down update, by no means unstoppable but I hope still faithful to Jamie's concept and still using Jamie's artwork.)
Post by wildfire on Jan 30, 2008 13:48:04 GMT -5
Good stuff... its always fun to read people's non-standard ideas.
You should post some of your homemade guys over in the bootleg section.
Post by David Morse on Jan 30, 2008 17:07:14 GMT -5
Good stuff... its always fun to read people's non-standard ideas.
You should post some of your homemade guys over in the bootleg section.
Thanks. I could post their stats, at least. I don't have a way to post the artwork--not that my drawing is usually worth a lot, anyway. But I will put up some of the wrestlers' stats when I have time.
Post by David Morse on Jan 31, 2008 2:37:27 GMT -5
(Note: Bootleg wrestlers are marked with an asterisk on first reference.)
DOCTOR PAYNE, RUSH ENTER FOR USWF WAR GAMES
The USWF held its annual War Games Press Conference on May 19 in the media center of Colby Palace. Commissioner Grogan served as Master of Ceremonies for the event. Appearing on stage with him were *The Unknown Soldier, Exo-King, the Incredible Badger, Kati, *Vascor, *Blitz, *Marikel, *Dagger Mack, and *Silver Ace.
“Welcome, everyone, to the announcement of the 2111 War Games Rosters,” Grogan began. “Our War Games will follow our traditional format for scoring: one point for any win by pinfall or submission, one point for a win of any kind over a designated feud opponent, two additional points winning or for any defense of the Galaxian Heavyweight Championship or the GWF tag team titles—whether by victory or by disqualification or countout, as long as the champion keeps the title—, one additional point for winning or for a defense of any other title, and one extra point for winning one of the following dangerous matches: the torture chamber, barbed wire cage, or four weapons of destruction. The winner will be the team with the highest point total at the end of the November 10 card here at Colby Palace.”
Team representatives then made their presentations in the following order:
Kati, Team Leader, The Guardians: In addition to Kati, Angst, and Espionage, the Guardians have arranged with Terak for Wildcat to join them for the War Games.
Vascor, Manager, Penthouse Suite: No roster changes. Colossus, the Dominator, *Tarloc, and the Penthouse Punks.
Incredible Badger, Manager, Rebel Forces: As previously announced, Holocaust will join Raven, *Lycanthrope, *Wrath, and *Predator.
Unknown Soldier, Manager, Star Defenders: No roster changes. *Black Hawk, *Daniel Streamline, *Pathfinder, and the tag team *Blackout (Charon and Scorpio).
Blitz, Team Leader, The Gladiators of Aethra: A new Aethran, a cruiserweight named Rush, will join *Venom, *Ravage, *Blitz, and *Scar. P3 will continue to serve as a bodyguard.
Exo-King, Manager, The King’s Court: The Troubleshooters, managed by Phantasy, have agreed to join Jack of Diamonds, Zed Marlowe, and Zouave for the War Games.
Dagger Mack, Team Leader, the Agents of Fortune: With *Silverfang’s sudden retirement, *Homicide will return to singles action with *Dagger Mack and *Reckless Abandon. Theater of Pain will join the Agents for the War Games as a tag team.
Silver Ace, Manager, Death Row: *Chupacabras has agreed to join *Crow, *Stargazer, *Skyfire, and *Hurricane on a permanent basis.
Marikel, Manager, Primary Colors: A newcomer named Doctor Payne will become a member of Primary Colors beginning with the War Games. Greg Valentine has also returned from the GWF to join the team as a temporary member, along with the *Maccavity, Varsity, and *Witherspoon.