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    Mr. Showtime

    "Unless a man enters upon the vocation intended for him by nature, and best suited to his particular genius, he cannot succeed."
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    Info
    Real Name: Francis Alexander Showalter
    Born: January 4th, 1989 (25 years old)
    Hometown: Grove City, Ohio
    Resides In: Burbank, California
    Debut: 2006
    Trained By: OWA Wrestling Academy
    Height: 6'2" Weight: 232 lbs.
    Attributes: 1-Charisma 2-Technical 3-Power 4-Brawling 5-Speed


    Early Experience
    Ohio Wrestling Alliance: 2006-2008. OWA Heavyweight Champion (1 time).
    OWW Takedown: 2008-2010. OWW Takedown World Heavyweight Champion (1 time).


    CWA/Pride N Honor Wrestling Experience
    March 9th, 2010 - May 16th, 2012: CWA World Heavyweight Champion (1 time), PNH World Heavyweight Champion (1 time), Wrestle Royal (2010), Ruler of the Ring runner-up (2010), Promo of the Year (2010), Rookie of the Year (2010), TRO Wrestler of the Year (2011), CWA Hall of Fame Class of 2014






    CWA/Pride N Honor Wrestling Record - 23 wins, 15 losses, 2 draws
    High Voltage 3/9/10: Mr. Showtime def. Bob Awesome and Quincy Doobie

    High Voltage 3/23/10: Mr. Showtime def. Xela Kebert in Ruler of the Ring Qualifying match

    High Voltage 4/20/10: Mr. Showtime & CJ Franchise def. Mr. Willis & Nero James

    Adrenaline Rush 5/5/10: Mr. Showtime def. Dan Powers in Ruler of the Ring opening round match

    Adrenaline Rush 5/19/10: Mr. Showtime def. Clint Shepard in Ruler of the Ring semi-final match

    Adrenaline Rush 6/2/10: Mr. Showtime def. CJ Franchise

    CWA Hostile Takeover 6/16/10: Mr. Willis def. Mr. Showtime in Ruler of the Ring Finals

    High Voltage 6/29/10: Mr. Showtime, Steve Osborn, and Mr. Willis fight to a no contest

    High Voltage 7/13/10: Mr. Willis & Roberto Superstar def. Submission Coalition (Rich Stone & Mr. Showtime)

    CWA Redemption 8/11/10: Mr. Showtime def. Mr. Willis

    High Voltage 8/24/10: Submission Coalition (Steve Osborn & Mr. Showtime) def. Mr. Willis & CJ Franchise

    High Voltage 9/7/10: Mr. Showtime & Kyle Crosby def. Clint Shepard & El Luchadore Grande

    High Voltage 9/21/10: Mr. Willis, CJ Franchise, and Clint Shepard def. Submission Coalition (Rich Stone, Steve Osborn, and Mr. Showtime)

    CWA Meltdown 10/6/10: Mr. Showtime wins the Royal Rumble

    High Voltage 11/2/10: Submission Coalition (Rich Stone & Mr. Showtime) def. Mr. Willis & Ralph McCoy

    High Voltage 11/16/10: Mr. Showtime def. Ralph McCoy

    CWA Collision Course 12/17/10: Ultimate Pain, Nickolas Kennedy Arsen, and Mr. Willis def. Submission Coalition (Rich Stone, Steve Osborn, and Mr. Showtime)

    CWA Five Star Attraction 12/29/10: Mr. Showtime def. Rich Stone and Mr. Willis to become the new CWA World Heavyweight Champion

    Adrenaline Rush 1/26/11: Mr. Showtime def. Diego Gonzales

    Adrenaline Rush 2/9/11: The Elite (Axl Storm, Darren Storm, Ultimate Pain, and Rolando Fuentes) def. Diego Gonzales, Nickolas Kennedy Arsen, Christopher Jackson, and Mr. Showtime

    CWA Uprising 2/23/11: Mr. Showtime def. Ultimate Pain with special guest referee Nickolas Kennedy Arsen to retain the CWA World Heavyweight Championship

    Adrenaline Rush 4/6/11: Rolando Fuentes, Darren Storm, and Mr. Showtime def. Christopher Jackson, Diego Gonzales, and Joey Nicholas

    CWA In Exile 4/20/11: Mr. Showtime def. Diego Gonzales to retain the CWA World Heavyweight Championship

    High Voltage 5/17/11: Mr. Willis & Kyle Crosby def. Submission Coalition (Rich Stone & Mr. Showtime)

    CWA Hostile Takeover 6/14/11: Mr. Willis def. Mr. Showtime to become the new CWA World Heavyweight Champion

    High Voltage 6/28/11: Unstoppable Newman def. Mr. Showtime

    High Voltage 7/26/11: Mr. Showtime & Snake Eyes def. Mr. Willis, Jackson Sonik, and Axl Storm

    Pride N Honor Vendetta 8/9/11: Mr. Showtime def. Mr. Willis to become the new PNH World Heavyweight Champion

    High Voltage 8/30/11: Mr. Showtime def. Clint Shepard to retain the PNH World Heavyweight Championship

    High Voltage 9/27/11: Jackson Sonik & Cyrus Truth def. Novakain & Mr. Showtime

    High Voltage 10/11/11: Cyrus Truth def. Mr. Showtime with special guest referee Novakain

    High Voltage 10/28/11: Mr. Showtime def. Cyrus Truth to retain the PNH World Heavyweight Championship

    High Voltage 11/11/11: Novakain & Sunshine State's Finest def. Mr. Showtime

    PNH Pride 11/22/11: Mr. Showtime def. Novakain to retain the PNH World Heavyweight Championship

    High Voltage 1/3/12: Mr. Showtime & Clint Shepard wrestle Surge & Cyrus Truth to a no contest

    PNH No Remorse 1/17/12: Surge def. Mr. Showtime and Novakain to become the new PNH World Heavyweight Champion

    High Voltage 1/31/12: Novakain def. Mr. Showtime

    High Voltage 3/16/12: Mr. Showtime def. Peter Jacobs

    Adrenaline Rush 4/4/12: Mr. Showtime def. Dan Powers, Austerio, and Diego Gonzales, then Rolando Fuentes def. Mr. Showtime in a gauntlet match

    CWA In Exile 4/18/12: Ultimate Pain def. Mr. Showtime

    Adrenaline Rush 5/2/12: Mr. Showtime & Cyrus Truth def. Ultimate Pain & Novakain

    Adrenaline Rush 5/16/12: Cyrus Truth def. Mr. Showtime

    Five Star Attraction 1/3/14: Mr. Showtime def. Noah Nitro



    Arsenal
    Finisher: Box Office Plunge (Burning Hammer)
    Submission Finisher: Roll the Credits (Cloverleaf)

    Signature Moves:
    The Cliffhanger (Shotgun Stunner)
    Primetime Special (Cross-arm TKO)
    Mr. Showtime Presents (Osaka Street Cutter)
    NEW! VDA: Viewer Discretion Advised (Backslide Driver)
    Take Five (Cross-arm Tower of London)
    NEW! Spliced Bread (Standing backflip headlock, corkscrew cutter)
    Spoiler Alert! (Vertical Suplex Cutter)
    NEW! Grindhouse Driver (Cross-legged Piledriver)
    End Scene (Lift-Up Cutter, off Irish whip)
    NEW! Greetings From Sunset Blvd. (Belly-to-Back Piledriver)
    The F-Bomb (Turnbuckle Powerbomb)
    That's A Wrap! (Cross-arm Electric Chair Drop)
    NEW! The Tingler (Cross-arm Backstabber)
    Primetime Sleeper, twist into short-arm clothesline
    Hollywood Hangover (Running Face Wash, opp. seated in corner)
    NEW! End Scene Part 2 (Running cutter to opp. on their knees)
    Showtime Combination (STO Backbreaker/Neckbreaker combo)
    NEW! Primetime Punches (Cross-arm multiple head punches, opp. standing in corner, Showtime on middle rope)
    Primetime Leg Sweep (Cross-arm Russian Leg Sweep)
    Primetime Dragon Suplex (Bridging or Release Dragon Suplex)
    NEW! Primetime Ground & Pound (Cross-arm with combo of punches, elbows, and/or forearms to grounded opp.)
    Two Thumbs Up (Double Rolling Fisherman Suplexes)
    NEW! Double Feature (Double Rolling Hangman's Neckbreakers)
    Primetime DDT (Cross-arm DDT)
    Primetime Backbreaker (Cross-arm Inverted backbreaker)
    NEW! Break A Leg (Running and Jumping Shinbreaker)
    NEW! Cinerama (Front/Inverted, Standing/Running, Top/Middle rope Hurricanrana)
    NEW! Boom Mic (Bionic Elbow, standing or from middle rope)
    NEW! The Hook (Front/Behind, Standing/Running, Top/Middle rope Lariat)
    Curb Stomp Your Enthusiasm (Cross-arm Curb Stomp)
    NEW! Aftershock (Frog Splash, adopted from his character Marty Richter in Always Kayfabe)
    Full Primetime Slam (Cross-arm full nelson slam)
    NEW! Primetime Pin (Cross-legged Jackknife Pin)
    Red Carpet Treatment (Whenever Showtime makes his opp. head bleed)
    NEW! Patella-Novela (Cross-legged double knee smash, sometimes multiple)

    Signature Submissions:
    Crossface
    Dragon Sleeper
    Primetime Crossface (Crossface with opp. free arm pulled across the face)
    Primetime STF (Cross-arm STF)
    Primetime Clutch (Cross-arm Camel Clutch)
    NEW! Primetime Crab (Cross-legged Boston Crab)
    Primetime Stretch (Seated Cross-arm Stretch)
    Primetime Sleeper (Standing Cross-arm Stretch)
    NEW! Primetime Surfboard (Cross-arm Surfboard)

    Other Moves
    European Uppercut
    Diving European Uppercut (From middle rope)
    Running European Uppercut (Opp. standing in corner)
    Lift-Up European Uppercut (Off Irish whip)
    Michinoku Driver II
    Death Valley Driver
    Running Double Knee Strike (Opp. standing in corner)
    Elbow/Forearm Strikes
    Fireman's Carry Gutbuster
    Spinning Spinebuster (Off Irish whip)
    Multiple Suplex Variations
    Double Axe Handle
    Rolling Fireman's Carry Slam
    Samoan Drop (Off Irish whip)
    Figure Four Jackknife Pin
    Eye Poke/Rake
    Stinger Splash
    Diving Spear (From middle rope)
    Blockbuster (From middle rope)
    Shooting Star Press (From top rope)


    Nicknames
    "The Greatest Show On Earth"
    "The Five Star Classic"
    "The Spotlight's Favorite Wrestler"
    "The King of the Marquee"
    "The Nightmare on Vine Street"
    "The Ultimate Show-Off"
    "The Showmaker"
    "CWA's Feature Presentation"
    "Jesus H. Showtime Esquire"
    "The Primetime Player"
    "The O.E. (Original Entertainer)"
    "The Blockbuster"
    "The Main Attraction"
    "The On-Demand Champion"
    NEW! "CWA's Blonde Bombshell"
    NEW! "Certified Fresh"
    NEW! "That Guy"
    NEW! "The Microphone Fiend"
    "The Hardest Working Man in the Wrestling Business"



    Theme Song
    NEW! The Valkyries (Ride of the Valkyries Remix) By Dugg E

    Previous Themes:
    Ride of the Valkyries By Robert Wagner
    Flashing Lights (Remix) By Kanye West ft. Dwele and R. Kelly


    Signature Taunts
    Smile for the Camera - Stare with a blank face, point to your mouth with index fingers, and smile.
    NEW! Sympathy Pains - When someone is in pain and holding that part of their body, grab that same area and pretend you're hurt too.
    NEW! Count Along - While the referee does a five or ten count, loudly count along with them.
    Show Chills - When you hear someone say your name, shake as if there's a cold chill going through your entire body.
    NEW! The Right Angle - Make a square using your thumbs and index fingers with opponent's face in square, then land a strike to the head.
    NEW! Freeze Frame - Yell freeze frame just before you strike a pose, then hold that pose for a few seconds.
    NEW! Richter Stomp - Clinch your fists, stomp both feet once, then three times alternating feet. Adopted from his character Marty Richter in Always Kayfabe.


    Catchphrases
    "It ain't yo business, it's Show business."
    "Are you ready for your fifteen minutes?"
    "Live from (insert location) it's Showtime!"
    "Showtime Out!"
    "All that's left is lights......camera......action."
    "Now THAT'S entertainment!"



    Quotes
    "Live, in color, and in high def; uncut and with no commercial interruptions, you will see a showcase of greatness."

    "You'll see that they need to take down the 'Hollywood' sign and change it to 'Showtime.'"

    "As you can see by my current status, I'm all sizzle and steak.....and a baked potato with butter on the side."

    "If you don't believe me, ask me what I just said and I'll tell you again."

    "The point is, ladies and gentlemen, that arrogance, for lack of a better word.....is good. Arrogance is right, it works. Even you so-called 'Good guys,' have it, but you call it confidence, but let's be honest.....they're the same thing. It just depends on how you use it. And arrogance, you mark my words, will not only win me the Ruler of the Ring Tournament, but it will win me the CWA World Heavyweight Championship and keep it around my waist for a long time."

    "My strategy is none-ya........none-ya business
    ."

    (Talking about the fans in Madrid, Spain) "Too bad you people don't come with subtitles."

    (Narrated) As far back as I can remember I always wanted to be a wrestler. To me, being a wrestler was better than being.....President of the United States. Even before I stepped into the ring of the OWA Wrestling Academy, I knew I wanted to be apart of it. It was there I knew that I belonged. And to me it was doing something that I knew I would love to wake up and look forward doing, and not just be a regular nine to five job when you give more than you'll ever get out of it. I knew who ridiculous it would sound to anybody who wasn't me, but I didn't care. I knew what I wanted out of life and I would do anything to make it happen."

    "I'm sorry........but I MUST disappoint you."

    "So come one, come all, step right up and test your merit against the Greatest Show on Earth."

    "I want you all to tell your friends this, 'The prick is back..........the prick is back.'"


    NEW! "I wanna tell you a quick story, it's the story of my first professional wrestling match. I'm 17 years old and wrestling for the Ohio Wrestling Alliance. I'm standing in the ring as this big SOB is coming down the aisle; and believe me this sucker was huge. I weighed about 200 pounds back then, and when this guy gets on the mic he says, 'I'm gonna squash this little bug like he's nothing; I bet he can't last fifteen minutes with me.' The bell sounds and we go at it; it's just passed the ten minute mark and I've held my own against this guy. He whips me into the ropes and lifts me up for a flapjack, only I countered with a DDT and spiked him into the canvas. I get up and wait for him to stand, and when he does, I lift him up with all my might and hit what will later be called the Primetime Special, the cross-arm TKO that I innovated. I turned his fat ass over, hooked the leg, and got the three. The bell sounds and my arm is raised in victory; I walk over and grab the microphone from the ring announcer and say, 'Looks like your fifteen minutes are up, chump.' At that moment, Mr. Showtime was born."

    NEW! (Talking about Orlando Maxwell) "I hate to do that to ya, but it's in my nature to **** everybody off! Because the more they hate me, the more I wanna make them hate me more."

    (Talking about Novakain) "He's not gonna in for a world of hurt........it's gonna be an entire galaxy."

    "I'm not just the greatest, I'm the DOUBLE greatest. Because not only will I beat you, I'll ask you how you wanna lose. By either three taps or three seconds. Cause that's how nice of a guy I am."

    NEW!"I'm having too good a time today, I'm not even thinkin' about tomorrow."

    NEW! "I think....I just stepped into the ring with the biggest guy in this room. And regardless of whether I won or lost.....I made him look like the second best wrestler out there.

    NEW! "And the name is Showtime."

    NEW! "I'm gonna tell you something. Somebody messes with me, I'm gonna mess with him. This guy is gonna come up to me as I'm getting into my limousine and try to assert himself? Well my friend, I'm gonna grab you by the head and assert myself by throwing your head through a window.

    NEW! "And as you all know, you have an all out prize fight, you wait until the fight is over, one guy is left standing. And that's how you know who won.







    Filmography
    2008:
    Tequila Sunrise - Action/Adventure, Drama. Detective David Frost (Showtime) lends his hand in the never ending war on drugs by battling gangs from Los Angeles to Mexico.

    King of Vegas - Drama. In 1970’s Las Vegas, Frank Morelli (Showtime) deals with the highs and lows of running a luxury casino along the infamous Strip.


    2009:
    Eric Benjamin - Comedy. In an effort to shake things up, Eric Benjamin (Showtime) goes against doing one thing from his regular morning routine, which leads him down a road he wishes he never turned into. Now he must do what it takes to make things right again.

    The Volunteer Hitman - Drama, Mystery/Crime. In order to save his life, Sean Ford (Showtime) joins the mob after witnessing a murder during a robbery gone wrong. Now he must play the lying game by keeping his secrets from his fiancée, while trying to survive the life of a gangster.

    Rubber Game - Drama, Sports. Once a highly praised baseball player, John Williams (Showtime) leaves the game following a huge steroid scandal involving his entire World Series Championship team. But years later, when a team’s entire roster goes on strike and they scramble for players, they call Williams to come out of exile and back into the spotlight.


    2010:
    Deadly Hilarious - Comedy, Action/Adventure. Devin Morrison (Showtime) is Hollywood’s biggest movie star, but he finds himself the target of an assassination while on the set of his newest movie and must find the one responsible before it’s too late.

    Uncharted: The Lost Voyage - Action/Adventure. This is the adventure that started it all for treasure hunter Nathan Drake (Showtime). When he witnesses the murder of his father, he must return to where it all happened and pick up where they left off in order to unravel a mystery involving famous explorer, Ponce de Leon.


    2011:
    Blood & Oil - Western, Drama. It is the beginning of the Texas Oil Boom and drillers wish to purchase the land owned by James Hendricks (Showtime), but when he refuses he finds himself in the middle of a war he didn’t expect to fight.

    The Abandoned Boy - Drama. Daniel Mason (Showtime) and his wife adopt an African American boy and raise him through the years of his childhood and adolescence. When the boy becomes a standout college football player, he and his adoptive parents go through hardships as the boy’s estranged father comes to claim him.

    Uncharted: Talisman of the Nile - Action/Adventure. While taking a much needed vacation cruise around the world, Nathan Drake (Showtime) is enticed into another incredible journey. This time it takes him to the desert sands and he must uncover the secrets that lie within the ominous presence of the Sphinx.

    Still Image - Mystery/Crime, Thriller. Secret Service Agent Malcolm Conway (Showtime) was in the crowd posing as a photographer when the President is assassinated right before his eyes, but when he looks at his developed pictures, he sees that things do not add up. Now he’s in the race of his life as he tries to figure out what really happened while the people who don’t want the truth revealed hunt him down.


    2012:
    Two Bits - Drama. A quarter made in 1965 finds itself on an incredible trip through time as it move from pockets to wallets of the various people that temporarily own it.

    Green - Drama. After graduating from law school, Ross Claiborne (Showtime), does not wish to become a lawyer and work for his father’s firm. Instead, he moves out and pursues his true life’s dream of becoming a professional wrestler.

    Martian Manhunter - Action/Adventure, Science Fiction. While his people, including his wife and daughter, fall victim to a plague caused by his brother, J’onn J’onzz (Showtime) is transported to Earth by Dr. Saul Erdel, who is attempting to make contact with the alien race. When Erdel dies from a heart attack, J’onzz is stuck on Earth. To survive on Earth, J’onzz assumes a more human-like form and waits for a way home, if it is still there.

    Red Dead Redemption - Western. In an adaptation of the acclaimed video game, John Marston (Showtime) is a mission for the government to find and kill members of the gang he used to ride with, which proves to be a quest that takes a physical and emotional toll.

    Hero for Hire - Action/Adventure, Science Fiction. When a civil war breaks out on his home planet that kills his family, Goran (Showtime) decides to flee and come to Earth. He arrives and instantly becomes a hero with his extraordinary abilities, but that doesn’t seem to help as Goran is poor and homeless, and now he struggles with the thought of turning to a life of crime in order to survive.


    2013:
    The Uniform - Drama, Mystery/Crime. Officer Sam Vaughn (Showtime) is murdered by his own police issued pistol. While the detective assigned to his murder tracks suspects, witnesses, and people in his life, many reasons pop up as to why somebody would want him dead.

    In the Wind - Drama, Thriller. Magnus (Showtime) is a man that handles peoples’ problems. What kind of problems, problems that need solutions. When he’s hired to recover a dirty DA’s money for a headline case, Magnus meets all sort of people and gets in all sorts of danger. In particular, he rescues a teenage girl being beaten by her father. On top of it all, he must survive through a competitive race for the money as there is another in search of it.

    The Fix - Drama. The year is 1948 and Jimmy “KO” Callahan (Showtime) is one of the biggest rising stars in boxing. His brother, Thomas, is in his corner on the way to the top, but he’s followed by gangsters. On the night where a win would catapult him to a title shot, Jimmy is told to take a dive by the gangsters leaning on his brother, but Jimmy refuses to take a dive as he feels it’s his only shot to be champion. Now he and his brother are on the run as he tries to win the biggest fight of his life.

    The Faulty Falcon - Comedy, Mystery/Crime. A vast number of characters including a gorgeous liar, an obsessed collector, and a con-artist ask for the assistance of private detective Sammy Diamond (Showtime) to obtain a priceless piece of movie memorabilia, a 45 pound lead statue that was used in the film “The Maltese Falcon.”


    2014:
    Rough Raiders - Drama, Biography. This is the true story of William Clarke Quantrill (Showtime) during the years of the American Civil War. This includes the infamous raid and sack of Lawrence, Kansas in 1863.

    Backyard Heroes - Comedy. A group of buddies decide to have wrestling matches in their backyard while filming and posting them on the internet. Even though they lack the skill and talent of real pro wrestlers, they’re videos become popular.

    Always Kayfabe - Comedy. What if pro wrestling was real and everyone believed that everything that happened was legitimate? In this alternate universe, it is. The year is 1984 and Marty Richter (Showtime) is the sport’s biggest star.

    Life Inks - Comedy, Drama. The story of a day in the life of Dave, a man in his mid-thirties who owns a tattoo and piercing shop with his pal Ollie (Showtime). Dave and Ollie deal with their interesting clientele while talking about movies, relationships, and life in general.

    Across the Pond - Romance, Comedy. Paul (Showtime), a musician is on the brink of a complete breakdown as a result of his failing career and his dying mother. On the day his mother dies, Paul is told that his music is surprisingly popular in London. And now that nothing is keeping him in the States, Paul decides to pack up and leave his old life behind by going to a place he’s never been to before.


    2015:
    The Trio - Sports, Biography. World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion Ed "Strangler" Lewis, his manager Billy Sandow, and wrestler/promoter Joseph "Toots" Mondt (Showtime) change the world of professional wrestling by innovating the "Slam Bang Western-Style Wrestling" in the 1920's.

    Sharpe, Edward - Suspense. Journalist Eddie Sharpe (Showtime) travels across the country to meet and interview every man that shares his exact name.

    The Desert Fox - History, Biography. A depiction of the life of World War II German Field Marshall Erwin Rommel (Showtime), from his North African campaign to his involvement in a plot to assassinate Hitler.

    Truth Under the Willow - Drama, Mystery/Crime. In the weeks leading to the release of a movie based on a true story, secrets kept for years by the parties involved are finally revealed.

    Prince of Poyais - History, Comedy. Gregor MacGregor (Showtime) is a soldier of fortune in the 1800's, until he comes to Europe and convinces the upper class of England that he is the Prince of a small, yet completely fictional nation called Poyais.

    2016:
    Stockholm - Drama, Biography. Showtime co-stars and directs the true story about two men, Jan Erik Olsen and Clark Olofsson (Showtime), and the hostage situation inside a bank in Sweden.

    The Niihau Incident - Drama, History. Showtime directs this film based on the incredible true story of a Japanese pilot crash-landing on the small island of Niihau, after the December 7th, 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor.

    The Taskmaster - Action/Adventure. Tony Masters (Showtime) as a child discovers he could easily mimic the movements of anyone he sees. Psychiatrists classified this ability as, "Photographic reflexes." Masters would use this ability for personal gain until he graduated high school when he contemplated becoming a crime fighter, or a criminal.

    Le Maquilleur - Suspense. A movie makeup artist and prop master (Showtime) is fired from his latest film for being too difficult to work with. After a complete mental breakdown, he uses his skills of hairstyling, prosthetics, and creating fake documents to fuel a brutal and destructive killing rampage.
    Last edited by Mr Showtime; 05-13-2014 at 11:49 PM.

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    Re: Mr. Showtime

    Very cool character doplh ziggler rep is perfect





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    I love the variations of cross-arm maneuvers. An old school feel with pizzaz is always nice.

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    Re: Mr. Showtime

    I was waiting for this debut for awhile now, good to have you aboard!







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    Re: Mr. Showtime

    Welcome to the fed.

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    UPDATE: Plots to the list of Mr. Showtime's film experience.
    Wade. to attack, approach, or begin vigorously.
    Will. power or capacity of free, conscious choice.
    Amiable. (to persons) having a pleasing and kindly disposition.

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    Re: Mr. Showtime

    Check out some of these exclusive photos of my first few weeks in CWA.


    -I'm just about to put the final touches on my opponent.



    -My arm is raised for my first of many CWA victories. And gaze at my amazing abs.


    You can also check these photos out on the official website of Mr. Showtime, mrshowtimestralier.com, and much more.
    Last edited by Mr Showtime; 03-31-2010 at 04:29 PM.
    Wade. to attack, approach, or begin vigorously.
    Will. power or capacity of free, conscious choice.
    Amiable. (to persons) having a pleasing and kindly disposition.

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    Re: Mr. Showtime

    Let's take a look down Memory Lane: Here is the debut of Mr. Showtime. The greatest debut that has ever been seen in CWA's history. If you don't believe me, ask me what I just said and I'll tell you again.


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    We begin with a High Voltage Intro video on the big screen for the fans to watch. Then after a high explosive pyro show, the spotlight is shined on Jack Adams who stands ringside to welcome the fans in attendance.

    Jack Adams: Welcome ladies and gentlemen to this High Voltage house show as we get closer to our big March 9th show, which will feature the debut of CWA’s newest acquisition. And to begin the show I’ll be heading up to the ring to conduct the interview for the first CWA television of Mr. Showtime. A lot people are excited about the hiring of this young man, but from speaking to a lot of the wrestlers in the locker room, they’re not so optimistic.

    Jack begins to walk around the ring, and then up the steel steps.

    Jack Adams: So without further delay….

    Jack begins to walk along the apron when the lights go out! Some screams can be heard in the crowd as the flashbulbs of fans’ cameras provide a little light.

    Jack Adams: It appears we’re having some technical-

    Suddenly the big screen fades from black to what appears to be a red velvet curtain. Then some text begins to show up in the middle.

    "He’s Coming."

    He’s Coming slowly fades away. Then some more text appears.

    "He’s Here."

    He’s Here slowly fades away. Then more text appears.

    "Curtain Up."

    Then finally when Curtain Up slowly fades away, the red velvet curtain begins to pull away to reveal a video of an orchestra playing Ride of the Valkyrie’s.

    Jack Adams remains on the apron confused as he’s watching the video. Then lights near the entrance begin to come on, and then a lone figure walks out, it’s Mr. Showtime. As he makes his way down the aisle he walks near the security rail to the fans. He reaches behind his ear and pulls out a Sharpie. He reaches out into the crowd and takes a neon green sign from a young fan. He reads it to himself, and then turns it to the camera; it says, ‘Awesome Bomb.’ Showtime shakes his head in disappointment; he takes off the cap of the Sharpie, and then begins to sign his autograph. He shows the back of the neon green poster board now with his autograph to the camera, and then hands it back to the young fan. The young fan looks angry as he throws his sign to the floor. Showtime shakes his head in disappointment again, and then heads to the ring. He walks up the steps, and then steps through the ropes. As he approaches Jack Adams he puts his Sharpie behind his ear. Showtime reaches out and takes the microphone from Adams, and then motions with his hand to cut the music.

    Showtime: I don’t need an interview because I know what the people want to hear.

    Showtime turns his back on Adams and walks away from him. He stops around the centre of the ring. He looks over to see Adams still confused and on the apron.

    Showtime: You’re still here, why?

    Adams drops from the apron, walks over to the announce position, and then puts on his headset
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    Showtime: Thanks.

    Showtime looks away from Jack’s direction and looks around at the fans.

    Jack Adams: You’re welcome I guess. So….Mr. Showtime is flying solo for this.

    Showtime: I thought I would come out here and introduce myself to you. If you haven’t heard of me, then you must have been living under a rock; and for that I feel sorry for you. You see I’m Mr. Showtime: a talented pro wrestler and actor. I am the newest addition to the CWA cast. Now I know I’m the new guy around here, but I’m not new to this business. I know what it takes to win and I know what it takes to get to the top. It takes: Beating peoples’ heads in, not listening to the critics, and not listening to you people.

    Showtime points out to the fans, and then makes a circle to point out every fan in the arena. The fans respond with an array of boos.

    Jack Adams: Looks like he doesn’t intend to make any friends around here.

    Showtime finishes his full circle, and then he points down to the canvas.

    Showtime: You see on this stage, I make people famous….I make them famous by letting them be another win under my belt. And in my first match I don’t just get the opportunity to beat one chump….I have to beat two chumps.

    Jack Adams: And one of his opponents is Bob Awesome and he was represented by the sign Mr. Showtime took and signed for that fan. And that young boy didn’t like that at all.

    Showtime puts one hand in his pocket, and then begins to slowly walk around the ring.

    Showtime: So now I have to give these two chumps their 15 minutes of fame with The Greatest Show on Earth. Unfortunately for them, it’s not even going to last that long. Tonight….Live, in colour, and in high def; uncut and with no commercial interruptions, you will see a showcase of greatness by me. You’ll see why I’m not the Show Stopper, but that I’m Show Maker. You’ll see that they need to take down the HOLLYWOOD sign and change it to SHOWTIME. You don’t know me, but soon you will because March is Mr. Showtime Awareness month in CWA. You will know me whether you like me or not.

    Showtime stops walking and stands near the ropes as the fans begin a ‘You Suck’ chant. Showtime lowers the microphone and chuckles to himself as he looks around at the fans.

    Jack Adams: The fans begin to show their displeasure at meeting Mr. Showtime for the first time. He comes off as arrogant and self-absorbed to me. Being this is the first time I’m seeing him.

    Showtime walks to the centre of the ring, and then holds the microphone back to his mouth.

    Showtime: Now when I’m not on this stage, I’m on the other stage where I make movies. Now I’ve received a lot of criticism from my peers and the fans for this other life I lead outside of wrestling. They put me down because they think I’m not committed to the sport, and so I receive a lot of unfair reviews; and yet that I hasn’t stop me from winning. So if anything I want to thank these people because if it wasn’t for their doubts and criticisms….I wouldn’t be as high on life as I am right now. So judging by the reception I’m getting from you people….I’m going to get a personal enjoyment in proving you wrong as well.

    Jack Adams: Ok I was wrong…he REALLY doesn’t want to make any friends around here.

    Showtime: So don’t let this first impression shape your opinion. Because there’s this side of me because there’s a different side to me when I’m in this ring competing. When I’m wrestling there lies an intense competitor that when you meet him…you’ll never wish you doubted or underrated my abilities. So that’s about all I needed to come out here and say-

    The crowd begins to applaud and cheer after hearing that. Showtime looks out at the fans with an angry look on his face.

    Jack Adams: Oh man; Mr. Showtime doesn’t like this reaction from the fans.

    Showtime: You’re all hilarious, but in just a few minutes, when you get the pleasure of watching me in the ring for the first time…I’ll be the one who’s laughing. Until then you remember this…It ain’t yo business, it’s Show Business.

    Showtime puts the microphone down and Doin Your Mom begins to play as Quincy Doobie makes his entrance.

    Jack Adams: And there he is ladies and gentlemen; the newest member of the CWA roster, Mr. Showtime. He certainly knows how to build himself up, but we'll see if he can back it up.

    vs. vs.

    After the bell rings, Showtime doesn't waste seconds before running a dropkick into the knee of Awesome, causing him to lose his balance. Quincy Doobie takes the opportunity to catch Bob with a reverse DDT. But when Doobie starts to get up, Showtime is waiting for him with a dragon sleeper. Doobie reaches for the ropes but they're too far. Showtime leans back and applies even more pressure. Quincy's tiring himself out fighting it. He seems to be slipping away. The referee holds Quincy Doobie's hand up once... and it falls.

    The referee grabs Doobie by the wrist again and Showtime cranks the dragon sleeper harder. Bob Awesome comes running in with a big boot into Showtime's chest, knocking him off Doobie. Doobie falls to the mat and is followed closely by Awesome who delivers a pinning splash. 1...2... Showtime breaks the pin with a dropkick to Awesome's head.

    Showtime is still clutching his chest from the big boot but manages to cover Doobie. 1...2... Doobie kicks out before the 3. Showtime sees Awesome getting to his feet and hurries over to prevent this. He runs past Bob Awesome and then leaps onto the turnbuckle, turned to face Awesome. Showtime jumps off and hits a diving European uppercut, bringing both of them to the floor.

    As Showtime starts getting up, Quincy Doobie attempts a bridging wrist lock electric chair drop, but Showtime counters with a victory roll. 1...2... Quincy Doobie breaks out and rolls from Showtime... right into Bob Awesome who boots him in the gut. Doobie rolls toward the corner while Awesome and Showtime clash in the centre. Awesome punches Showtime and then sends him into the turnbuckle with an Irish whip. He runs at Showtime and goes for a big splash but Showtime slips away at the last second. Awesome eats buckle and staggers backward.

    Showtime nails Awesome with his cross-arm Primetime Leg Sweep. Mr. Showtime gets up into a torture rack from Quincy Doobie, but begins to work his way free of Doobie's grasp before any pressure can be applied. Quincy regains control for a moment and does a torture rack power bomb. The impact is large and loud, the crowd responding with "ooh!" Showtime rolls out of the ring in pain.

    Awesome gets up while Doobie stalks his prey. When Awesome turns to face him, Doobie comes flying at Awesome with his Bun Down Di System lariat. Awesome ducks it and then gives Doobie a clothesline sending him over the top rope. Quincy comes crashing down next to Mr. Showtime. Showtime grabs Quincy and starts to lift him up until he sees Bob Awesome running across the ring. Awesome goes for a suicide dive but both Showtime and Doobie jump out of harm's way. Bob Awesome writhes in pain on the outside of the ring while Doobie and Showtime roll into the ring at the same time.

    A fighting "Let's Go Doobie / Smoke Him Showtime" chant starts up as the two square off. Doobie fakes a punch and makes Showtime flinch. Doobie laughs for a second before kicking at Showtime's gut. Mr. Showtime blocks, grabbing Quincy's leg and tripping him to the mat. Showtime wastes little time applying a Texas cloverleaf. Quincy reaches for the ropes but they're just out of reach. He manages to put one elbow in front of the other and pull Showtime a step or two, but it's not enough. Meanwhile, Awesome has rolled into the ring and is coming at Showtime with another, nasty big boot.

    Showtime ducks underneath it and lets go of Doobie's legs. Awesome's momentum carries him into the ropes and when he returns Showtime is hunched over, waiting to deliver a back body drop. Awesome stops himself short and counters with a kick, but Showtime catches his leg and wastes little time giving Awesome a stiff step-up enziguri.

    Awesome falls to his knees, cradling his head. Doobie gets to his feet and charges for Showtime. Showtime succeeds with a back body drop this time and Quincy Doobie goes over the ropes, landing shoulder-first on the apron and falling to the floor. Showtime turns around to see Awesome charging at him to clothesline him over the top rope. Showtime ducks under the clothesline at the last second and Awesome runs straight into the ropes. Showtime uses his momentum and when Awesome bounces back Showtime hits him with the Box Office Plunge. Awesome crumples like a lifeless mess and Showtime mercilessly yanks his leg for a pin. 1...2...3!

    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and Gentlemen, your winner in 12 minutes and 45 seconds, Mr. Showtime!


    Mr. Showtime gets back to his feet and appears to be dusting himself down before stepping over his fallen opponent and leaving the ring with both arms raised in victory.
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    Let's take another look down Memory Lane: Here is how I became qualified to participate in the Ruler of the Ring Tournament. And you can pretty much call me the man to WIN this thing.



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    Xlea and Showtime began brawling as soon as Xlea hit the ring. They went to the floor, where Showtime slammed Xlea into the apron. They brawled back to the entrance ramp where Showtime suplexed Xlea resulting in a loud thud. Showtime continued to beat down Xlea before whipping him into the railing. They returned to the ring. Showtime bit Xlea on the face and regretted it as he used Johnny Yamaguchi’s shirt to clean his tongue afterwards. Upset that his shortcut didn’t work out as planned Showtime began kicking away at Xlea‘s head. Showtime hit a running elbow and then a kick in the corner. Showtime locked on a chin lock to try and wear Xlea down. Xlea fought his way back but Showtime began drilling him with chops, punches and head butts. Showtime punts Xlea in the temple before hoisting him up onto his shoulders for the Box Office Plunge. Showtime asks the referee for the match time and seemingly doesn’t like the answer. Showtime leaves the ring and takes the timekeepers watch and brings it back into the ring with him. Showtime puts the watch down in the corner before picking Xlea back up. Showtime hit’s a stiff European Uppercut before drilling Xlea with a Shotgun Stunner. Showtime again checks the watch before asking if it’s running slow as he appears to be aiming for a win on exactly fifteen minutes. Showtime stands looking at the watch as the fans try to get Xlea back to his feet. Showtime mockingly joins in on the chants before hitting a second Box Office Plunge and turning Xlea over but still doesn’t make the pin. Showtime looks at the watch and counts down the seconds before covering Xlea and picking up the three count.

    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and Gentlemen, your winner at 15 minutes and 0 seconds is Mr. Showtime!

    Mr. Showtime seems thrilled with his timing as he climbs the turnbuckles to celebrate advancing to the tournament proper.

    Jim Taylor: He’s my pick! I picked him before he even came to CWA!

    Jack Adams: Of course you did. I bet if Xlea had won you would have picked him before he came as well?

    Jim Taylor: That would never happen.

    Jack Adams: I beg to differ but we’ll leave it there. Be sure to tune in to Adrenaline Rush tomorrow night on the Wrestling Clique network where we will find out the third man to qualify for the Ruler of the Ring tournament…

    Jim Taylor: Frankie Enzo.

    Jack Adams: …or Nero James. The two will be meeting for the first time ever plus Minimal Pain gets a chance at revenge against Joey Nicholas whom we heard from earlier tonight.

    Jim Taylor: More like a chance to get his neck broken.

    Jack Adams: Alexis promises a huge surprise.

    Jim Taylor: …

    Jack Adams: Nothing cleaver to say about that?

    Jim Taylor: I think you are confusing me with someone else. I show nothing but respect to the great men and women of CWA.

    Jack Adams: Provided you’re friends with them?

    Jim Taylor: Well that certainly helps.

    Jack Adams: And in the main event tomorrow night it will be Jackson Sonik and Deportista…

    Jim Taylor: The team who are going to do the right thing and hand over the title belts to the Future.

    Jack Adams: …collectively known as A Mouthful of Awesome taking on the Submission Coalition of Nickolas Kennedy Arsen and Steve Osborn. Who will be standing tall at the end of the night?

    Jim Taylor: Sub Co!

    Jack Adams: Tune in tomorrow night to find out the answers and then be sure to tune in to High Voltage next week to find out who killed Jim Taylor.

    Jim Taylor: Yeah, wait, what?


    Jack Adams: Goodbye for now!
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    sounds good to me
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    Re: Mr. Showtime

    This past February I did some shows in Japan. Here are some photos of my time there.



    -Focus your attention on my rock hard abs.



    -I'm ripped for her pleasure.




    -I remember this match, this pic was taken after I did a Take Five from the guard rail. That's what the kids like to call Sig-Nasty.


    Now here are a few more pics from my first few weeks in CWA.


    -I'm entering the ring for my first match ever. What a glorious entrance.



    -That's the look of a man that just qualified for the Ruler of the Ring Tournament.



    -I know I talk a lot of smack, but I back it up!

    You can also check these photos out on the official website of Mr. Showtime, mrshowtimestrailer.com, along with much more.
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    Re: Mr. Showtime

    Let's once again take a trip down Memory Lane: In this segment of Adrenaline Rush from April 7th, CWA cameras and reporter Michelle Kelly get an exclusive look at me doing one amazing stunt for my Uncharted movie. Then later in a second segment, Michelle interviews me regarding my great start in CWA.



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    We fade to the inside of an airplane. It is very loud as the wind is whipping through the open door along with the sound of the engines. The camera turns to Michelle Kelly who has to speak loudly for us to hear as her hair flutters in the wind.

    Michelle Kelley: I hope you’re not afraid of flying. Hello everyone, I’m Michelle Kelly reporting for CWA. We are currently thirty-five hundred feet above the ground and traveling more than one-hundred twenty miles per hour as we’re flying over Puerto Rico, which is one of the many exotic locations for the movie, “Uncharted: The Lost Voyage.” This movie stars the man who is over here to my left.

    Michelle points the camera over to her left. You see Mr. Showtime and his co-star all suited up and receiving instructions from the pro skydiver. Showtime is in his wardrobe: White long-sleeve shirt, dirty ripped jeans, brown Timberlands, and of course a parachute. Then the camera goes back to Michelle.

    Michelle Kelley: He is one of CWA’s newest faces, wrestler and actor Mr. Showtime. And yes, judging by the parachute Mr. Showtime is wearing, he’s going to be jumping out of this plane. The actors have finished shooting the dialogue in this scene and all that’s left is for them to jump. And we at CWA are the only ones getting an exclusive look at this incredible movie stunt. And here comes Mr. Showtime.

    Showtime makes his way close to Michelle. He gets his ear close to her face so he can hear her.

    Michelle Kelley: Show have you ever skydived before?

    Showtime has to speak loudly just like Michelle in order for you to hear.

    Mr. Showtime: Never, but I’ve always wanted to since I saw Point Break.

    Michelle Kelley: Are you nervous at all?

    Mr. Showtime: Not at all, even though my character Nathan Drake is supposed to be terrified in this scene; but you have to put the fear out of your mind in whatever you do. Whenever I have to do an insane stunt like this for a movie or walk into a World Championship match, I have to put the fear out of my mind.

    Michelle Kelley: How is this sequence going to be shot for the movie fans at home?

    Mr. Showtime: Well first my co-star is going to jump after the first camera jumper. Then another camera will jump. Then there will be another camera jumping, then me right after him, and then one last camera. It’s a pretty important scene. We have to get as many shots as possible as we only have one take to get it right.

    Michelle Kelley: Ok, we’ll let you get to it. Good luck.

    Mr. Showtime: None needed, but thanks.

    Showtime walks away and gets near the door where he will drop out. He let’s the cameraman get in front of him, so he can jump first. The cameraman stands with his back to the door, and then he falls back out of the plane. Showtime stands crouched with his hands wrapped around the doorway of the plane. Then he jumps out of the plane! As the last cameraman approaches the door, the CWA camera slowly fades away, and then it goes completely to black as he jumps out.

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    We fade to Showtime and Michelle sitting across from one another under a canopy in front of Showtime’s trailer. Showtime is dressed in the wardrobe he was sporting for his skydiving scene, plus a pair of dark sunglasses resting on the top of his head; Michelle is wearing a grey tank top and jeans. They’re talking to each other as the camera zooms in on them, and then Michelle turns to the camera.

    Michelle Kelley: It has been a fun time being in Puerto Rico as CWA gets an exclusive look behind the scenes of, “Uncharted: The Lost Voyage,” starring CWA wrestler Mr. Showtime. Show we’ve all had a great time so far.

    Mr. Showtime: I’m glad everyone is enjoying their time down here like I am. I love Puerto Rico!

    Michelle Kelley: Now I know you really want to talk about your incredible start as a member of the CWA roster, so let’s get right to it.

    Mr. Showtime: Sounds great, you fire when ready.

    Michelle glances down at the note cards she’s holding in her hand. Then looks up at Show.

    Michelle Kelley: First off Show, I would like to know how you got to CWA from your previous wrestling experience.

    Mr. Showtime: Well the company I was last at, OWW Takedown, I got really sick of being there. The place was just full of chaos. It was pretty much the inmates running the asylum. Drama in the locker room and between the powers that be; I just had to get out of that environment. And that’s what brought me to CWA. It’s the complete opposite of Takedown; everything is in order and it’s a safe environment.

    Michelle Kelley: Now let’s get to your CWA career. How does it feel to be on such a roll right out of the gates?

    Mr. Showtime: It’s a great feeling. I feel like I can’t do anything wrong. I made quick work of Doobie and Awesome in the triple threat. Then I made Kebert look like the joke that he is in order for me to qualify for the Ruler of the Ring Tournament.

    Michelle Kelley:When you say that it was an easy start for you, why do you think that?

    Mr. Showtime: Because the chumps that I was in the ring with probably came into the match with the same assumption that other wrestlers, and the fans have. That assumption is that I’m all sizzle and no steak. But as you can see by my current status, I’m all sizzle and steak…and a bake potato with butter on the side.

    Michelle Kelley: So would you say that your main goal is to prove other people wrong, rather than win championships?

    Showtime begins to chuckle a little bit, but answers…

    Mr. Showtime: That’s a fair question, but my goal has always been to win titles. I’m not here to win over the fans, be a role model for young kids, or to be a friend around the locker room; I’m a very competitive man when I’m in that ring. I’m here to win gold, period.

    Michelle Kelley: And something that leads to getting a shot at the gold that is the CWA World Heavyweight Championship is by winning the Ruler of the Ring Tournament. How do you feel going into the tournament?

    Showtime smiles as he rubs his hands together. Then he lowers his hands down.

    Michelle Kelley: I’ve been looking forward to this since I got here. I feel I’m destined to win this tournament. People can talk about being the Ruler of the Ring, but by being the last man standing in this bracket I can actually call myself, “The Ruler of the Ring.” That would be a great addition to my list of nicknames. I mean it just feels so good to say it that it’s addicting.

    Michelle Kelley: Something I’ve noticed from reading posts from your personal website, mrshowtimestrailer.com, that you’re following the qualifying matches for this tournament very closely.

    Mr. Showtime: You would be correct.

    Michelle Kelley: Are you doing your homework on these wrestlers?

    Mr. Showtime: Absolutely I’m doing my homework. Being one of the first guys to qualify has given me the chance to watch the others and spot all of their weaknesses. So don’t be surprised if I happen to breeze through this tournament. Which seems like it’s certain to happen.

    Michelle Kelley: If you were to make it to the finals of the tournament, you would face the champion from last year Don deVries. What would be your strategy against him?

    Mr. Showtime: Rope-a-dope…

    Michelle Kelley: Rope-a-dope?....What is that?

    Mr. Showtime: I’d let him waste his energy while I get some shots in, and then finishing him off once he’s completely drained…Or I’ll just go full force right at him…Or I’ll take him to the ground…Or go toe-to-toe with him and make it a sparring session…What I’m trying to say is, I can defend against any kind of wrestler and come at them with any kind of offence. I’ll only know for sure what strategy I’m going to use when that bell rings. And having that unpredictability makes me a HUGE threat in this tournament.

    Michelle Kelley: Mr. Showtime we thank you for your time for these last few days. We’ll leave you to say any final thoughts.

    Mr. Showtime: Thanks Michelle.

    Showtime shakes his index finger for the camera to zoom in. It zooms, and then stops as Showtime directs them with his palm up. He lowers his hand and looks into the camera intensely as he speaks in a low and serious tone.

    Mr. Showtime: The critics, the fans, and wrestlers don’t think that I take the business seriously. They say that becoming this huge movie star has poisoned my mind. But I think that these people are the ones that aren’t taking ME seriously. They’re about to find out how serious I am about the business when I take the opportunity I have been given to compete in the Ruler of the Ring Tournament and take it all the way. I will destroy every man that thinks they can compete with me, I will annihilate Don deVries, become Ruler of the Ring; and then it’ll only be a matter of time, until you see the CWA World Heavyweight Championship around this gorgeous waist. If you don’t believe me…ask me what I just said and I’ll tell you again…You will see the CWA World Heavyweight Championship around my gorgeous waist.

    Showtime looks down and away from the camera. He begins to think; his eyebrows clinch together and he rubs his chin with his right hand. Then he gets a look on his face as if he’s had a moment of clarity. He lowers his hand and looks back into the camera. His face has loosened up and speaks calmly.

    Mr. Showtime: You know what?....This tournament could be the perfect set-up for a wrestling-dominance montage in the film depiction of my life; and as I go through destroying opponent after opponent you’ll hear the song, “Ladies and Gentlemen,” by Saliva playing. You’ll see some Box Office Plunges, some Primetime Specials, and maybe a Take Five or a Crippler Cross face along the way. I may even throw in some moves I’ve never done or rarely do. But you can be damn sure that when the dust settles, Mr. Showtime will be the only one left. You know the intense and competitive Mr. Showtime that you only see in the ring?

    The skin between Showtime’s eyebrows begins to coil up as he takes a deep breath and exhales through his nose, and then he stares intensely into the camera.

    Mr. Showtime:You’re looking at him right now.

    Showtime looks down and takes a deep breath through his nose, and then exhales. He looks back up and into the camera with the intense stare still painted on his face as he speaks in a serious tone.

    Mr. Showtime: A lot of people say that I have arrogance. They say that it’s bad for me and it will lead to my downfall. But what has arrogance done for some people? You look throughout the history of this sport and the men that reek arrogance are the ones that have earned whatever they desired: championships, money, fame, and glory. And I can proudly say that I’m one of those men. I always tell you what I’m going to do, and then I do it. I can make a list of those who can’t do that, but we’d be here all day. The point is, ladies and gentlemen, that arrogance, for lack of a better word…is good. Arrogance is right, it works. Even you so-called good guys have it, but you call it confidence, but let’s be honest…they’re the same thing. It just depends on how you use it. And arrogance, you mark my words, will not only win me the Ruler of the Ring Tournament, but it will win me the CWA World Heavyweight Championship and keep it around my waist for a long time.

    Showtime slowly stands up out of his seat. The camera follows his face as he continues to stare intensely.

    Mr. Showtime: All that’s left…is lights, camera, and action.

    Showtime says nothing for a few moments.

    Mr. Showtime: Curtain up.

    Showtime walks off the interview set. The camera turns and watches him walk away. As he steps out of the shade of the tent and into the bright light of the sun, he lowers his dark sunglasses that were resting on the top of his head to shade his eyes. Then it slowly fades to black.
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    Mr. Showtime is Nothing, Ooooh What Now, Whatcha gonna do?


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    Re: Mr. Showtime

    I posted the following on my official website:


    4/14/2010


    Looking For A Challenge?
    This is a special message I'm posting for Mike Harris. This chump actually had the nerve to post this message on my official CWA Profile Page:

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    Mr. Showtime is Nothing, Ooooh What Now, Whatcha gonna do?
    It sounds to me like Mikey is lookin for a challenge. Then I suggest you make it! I wouldn't mind giving you your fifteen minutes of fame with The Greatest Show on Earth, but it won't last that long.

    You may think I'm nothing, but look at where I'm sitting in the short time I've been in CWA. And then look at where you're sitting. You wanna take shots at the next Ruler of the Ring? Then you better bring more than just words, cause when Mr. Showtime's in the ring he let's his actions speak for him.

    Now that puts Mr. Willis, Nero James, and Mike Harris on the Mr. Showtime Hit List. And trust me you don't want to be #1 on this Chart.


    Showtime Out!

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    And now let's take another look down Memory Lane: This is the main event match from High Voltage, which took place April 20th in New Dehli, India.



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    We are now looking live at this capacity here in New Delhi, India as CWA brings you another edition of High Voltage where the main event is a tag team match when it will be Mr. Showtime & CJ Franchise against Mr. Willis & Nero James. We are just moments away from the main event when "Ride of the Valkyrie" begins to play. Mr. Showtime walks through the curtain and embraces the crowd as they welcome him with boos. Showtime smiles and is making gestures with his arms as if he’s basking in the jeers of the fans. Showtime takes a few steps towards the ring, but stops. He looks behind him, and then up at the ring. Then he walks backwards, grabs the curtain, and pulls it back.


    Suddenly Ride of the Valkyrie’s stops and "Famous" by Puddle of Mudd hits and out comes CJ Franchise who is welcomed by boos as well. Then Franchise and Showtime walk down to the ring side-by-side. Showtime stops and taps CJ’s arm. CJ stops and Showtime points over at a sign a couple rows back. The sign says, “Mr. Sports Entertainment.” Showtime reaches into the crowd and takes the sign from the fan. Showtime pulls the sharpie from behind his ear and turns the sign to the blank side on the back. Showtime signs his autograph; then he hands the Sharpie to CJ and holds the sign as he signs his autograph as well. Showtime hands the sign to CJ and he tosses the sign into the crowd. Showtime puts the Sharpie behind his ear, and then the two continue down the aisle to the ring.


    They both slide into the ring at the same time; CJ climbs to the middle rope of the nearest corner as Showtime walks across the ring and climbs to the middle rope of the corner opposite of CJ. Both men look out into the crowd holding their fists in the air as the crowd boos them. CJ drops down and walks to the center of the ring; Showtime drops down reaches for a couple of microphones and stands next to CJ in the center of the ring. The music fades away and now the only thing that can be heard is the booing of the crowd. Showtime hands a microphone to CJ and holds the other microphone near his mouth.


    Showtime: You know CJ; I guess the plague isn’t the only thing that is contagious in India.


    The crowd boos grows even louder. Showtime lowers his microphone and laughs as he looks around at the hostile crowd. Then Showtime brings the microphone back up to his mouth.


    Showtime: Because these people have come down with a bad case of pure jealousy. Now before this main event gets started, I want to say something about my tag team partner. If I had to team with anybody that’s in this tournament, I’m glad it’s CJ Franchise. This guy knows what he wants and what he has to do to get it. Like me, he’s ready to take this company and carry it on his back to greater heights. And tonight we’re ready to take out your two heroes, Mr. Willis and Nero James.

    The fans cheer at the sound of Willis and James. Showtime steps back as Franchise steps forward with microphone in hand.


    Franchise: Mr. Showtime gets criticized for what he does outside of the ring, but I actually admire what he does outside of the ring along with what he does inside the ring. This guy does what he loves and what he’s good at, regardless of what you people may think; and what you other guys in the back may think. And we’re not sucking up to each other; we’re just giving each other the respect we both ought to have because the fans don’t want to admit that they’re wrong about us. We are the most talented rising stars in CWA. You people don’t even deserve to see such phenomenal talent without having to pay a little bit more. You got the Primetime Player and the Franchise Player in one ring on one team.


    Franchise lowers the microphone and looks out into the crowd as they continue to boo. Then he brings the microphone back up to his mouth.


    Franchise: Tonight we look to build momentum for ourselves as we get closer to the Ruler of the Ring Tournament. And one of these men in the ring right now, is going to win this tournament, but with all respect to Mr. Showtime, the man that's gonna win is CJ Franchise.


    Showtime steps forward and stands next to Franchise.


    Showtime:That's why I like this guy. He knows who he is and he's gonna show it; and he knows what needs to be done. And tonight, we know what needs to be done. It's time to put the Underdog to sleep; and for Mr. Willis....Willis to be eliminated....eliminated. Now….bring out those two chumps so they can have their fifteen minutes of fame.


    Franchise quickly taps on Showtime’s shoulder.


    Franchise: Too bad it’s not gonna last that long.


    Showtime and Franchise hand their microphones to the ring announcer. Suddenly, "The One" by Slaughter House begins to play and Mr. Willis, with a mic in hand, makes his way down to the ring.


    Mr.Willis: New Dehli, India, please welcome tonight weighin in at a fabulous 190 and 1/4 lbs and hailing from Chicago, Illinois...MRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. WIIIIIIIILLISSSSSSSSSSSS!!!

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    Mr. Willis gets in the ring and both Showtime and CJ start sizing him up. Then, to no one's shock, they begin their assault. They both start nailing Mr.Willis with punches and kicks. But the assault doesn't last long, as "Best for me" by Dope begins to play and Nero James runs down the ramp and into the ring. The place explodes and Nero James goes on the attack. He drops both of them with a couple of dropkicks then with the CJ's lights still flickering, we see a few hard shots delivered from Nero straight to Madison. Willis in the meantime, delivers a shot of his own to CJ.


    It's chaos in the ring, but finally the ref is able to restore order, as the four stars are separated. The ref makes sure both teams are in their corners then rings the bell. Showtime and CJ talk some between each other, deciding Showtime is the first to enter the match. Willis talks Nero into letting him start. As the match takes off, Showtime dances around the corner, waiting for Willis to make the move. Willis, pacing slowly towards him in a grapple stance, connects, as the two lock up. They spend a minute trying to overpower each other, but Showtime kicks Willis in the ribs, and Irish whips him in the ropes. Willis reverses and when Showtime bounces back he delivers a bodyslam. Willis begins to deliver some hard shots, as Showtime tries to cover best as he can. Willis doesn’t stop, but Showtime rakes his eyes switching the odds. He delivers a few hard shots of his own, then puts Mr. Sports Entertainer down with nasty back breaker. Willis is down and hurt and Showtime locks in a sharpshooter. Just as he locks it in tho, Nero interferes and kicks him in the back, sending him forward to fall on the mat. Showtime jumps right back up and complains to the ref. Marrissa Matheson orders Nero back to his corner and while her back his turned, CJ blind tags himself in.


    With Willis still down, CJ connects with a couple of elbow drops. CJ pick Willis up and gets him in a sleeper hold. After a few short moments, the sleeper hold seems to be putting Willis to sleep, as he holds his hand out, doing his best not to tap. He tries his best to tag Nero, as The Underdog reaches out for a tag. He can't connect, as CJ with a smile on his face, pulls Willis back in the middle of the ring. Willis tries not to tap, but he seems to be almost unconscious, as the ref holds his hand up. "1!" the ref counts "2!", but just as the ref lifts Willis's hand up one more time, he holds it there, and manages to pick himself up. As both of them are standing now, Willis delivers a few elbow shots to CJ's midsection, sending him off. Willis then runs to bounce of the ropes and delivers a swinging ddt to CJ! Both men are down now. CJ tries to pick himself up, as Willis crawls over to Nero James and makes the tag! Nero rushes in the ring and goes to work quickly on his opponent. He delivers some hard shots and then picks CJ up, and slams him down with a Russian Leg Sweep.


    Showtime watches on, wanting back in, as it looks as though he's not sure CJ can hang with Nero. Nero gets the arena excited, while Showtime just yells at the crowd to shut up. This drives the fans even more. Nero grabs CJ by the hair, then delivers a side suplex, followed by swinging neckbreaker. Nero decides not to go for the pin tho and instead tags Willis back in. Willis instantly decides to climb the top rope, but right before he jumps, Showtime runs over to him and pulls one of his legs. Willis does the splits on the steel of the turnbuckle and most likely, he wont be having any children in the near future. This gives CJ the perfect opportunity to tag his partner, which he does. Showtime gets in the ring and with Willis still in pain on the top turnbuckle, delivers the Box Office Plunge. He pulls him in the middle of the ring...


    1...2...3!


    With that, this match is over.

    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and gentlemen, your winners at 14 minutes and 53 seconds, Mr. Showtime and C.J. Franchise!


    Both men celebrate with their arms raised but all of the sudden, C.J. twirls Mr. Showtime around and knocks him out with the Breathalyser! The Straight Edge Franchise looks down menacingly at Showtime's prone body as the High Voltage in ring action comes to a close.
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    I got a few pictures from my awesome trip to India.



    -Talkin the talk before the match, and then I walk the walk.



    -I may have taken a kick to the mush, but I'm fine. So let the games begin.


    These pics can also be seen on the official website of Mr. Showtime, mrshowtimestrailer.com, along with much more.
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    5/14/2010


    More Pics:
    Here are more random pics of this not-so-random superstar.


    -Merry Christmas kids! The truth about Santa is...he's a wimp!


    -It's not my fault that beautiful honey's swarm to me like a bee-hive.



    -Damn, I'm sexy.


    -For the benefit of those with flash photography.


    -Of course I make pink look good.


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    Profile Updated: Sig taunts, catchphrases, submission finisher, sig strikes, sig submissions, and updated youtube video due to error with old one.
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    Before his Ruler of the Ring opening round match that took place on May 5th, Mr. Showtime went back to his roots. He got on a plane and flew to Dublin, Ohio for his first appearance at an Ohio Wrestling Alliance show since he left the company in 2008. Here is what took place during that appearance.




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    *We begin with Mr. Showtime standing around backstage in a small recreation center in Dublin, Ohio. Showtime has returned to his wrestling roots, the Ohio Wrestling Alliance. He makes his first appearance since he left the company to take on the big stage back in 2008. Showtime hangs around backstage with some familiar faces from his early days of wrestling.*



    Showtime: I’m glad to see that OWA is still in good hands with you guys. I always knew that Dynamite Danny Richards and TJ Flash were going to be the top guys.

    TJ Flash: Well he’s the champ and I’m the #1 face; and it’s workin out pretty well.

    Dynamite: It’s good to see you back man. When’s you seg?

    Showtime: Right after this match. You and the rest of the guys better be watching.

    *Moments later we go to an empty ring with the crowd waiting. Suddenly Fat Bottom Girls by Queen begins to blast through the speakers and the crowd erupts with cheers. Then Showtime walks through the curtain and the roof almost blows off as the OWA prodigal son has returned. Showtime walks down the aisle and looking at the crowd giving him FATMAN chants. He hops to the apron and shakes his head in amazement of the pop he’s getting. He steps into the ring and climbs to the middle rope of the corner. Then you can barely hear the ring announcer.*

    Ring Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen! Welcome back, The Fatman!

    *Showtime drops from the middle rope and gives the ring announcer a confused look as he takes the microphone from him. He walks to the middle of the ring. The music fades away as the crowd applauds, but Showtime looks irritated.*

    Showtime: Well….Look who’s back.

    *The crowd begins another FATMAN chant. Showtime looks down and shakes his head, and then he looks back up.*

    Showtime: I’m glad you all remembered me after so long. I finally grew up and thought you wouldn’t recognize me. But I’m glad you know it’s me.

    *Showtime pauses for a moment.*

    Showtime: The Fatman.

    *The crowd erupts with cheers again.*

    Showtime: That gimmick was almost a launching pad for me. Back then I was a little guy, but the ring announcer would say if you doubled my weight it would be 400 pounds. Then you guys would do a, ‘Fatman’s gonna eat you,’ chant right before I hit my finisher, the Nacho Buster.

    *The crowd starts a, ‘Fatman’s gonna eat you,’ chant.*

    Showtime: But a lot has changed about me since then. I’ve become a world renowned wrestler and actor. I’ve recently signed to the CWA promotion and I’m kicking ass down there. But that is also eclipsed by the critics, the fans, and the guys in the locker room questioning my passion for the business.

    *The crowd boos at the criticism that Showtime has been given.*

    Showtime: I mean if they saw even half the things I did around here to make a name for myself, they would have to pick their jaws up off the floor. But I’ve shut them up; I showed them what I can do with great opportunities given to me. And I’ve surprised them so much, that I’m on my way to earning a shot at the World Championship. All I have to do is win an eight man tournament, which should be no sweat for me. And the results will be me winning the World title.

    *The crowd cheers, and then begins to cheer Fatman some more.*

    Showtime: Then once that happens, I’m gonna bring it back here for all of you to see because you’re the reason why I’ve gotten to where I am. You never stopped believing.

    *The crowd applauds the compliment that was given to them. Then Showtime begins to rubs his eyes, and then he holds his hand up to quiet the crowd.*

    Showtime: You know something….I’m sorry, but I can’t keep this charade going. I’ve had enough of this.

    *The crowd’s applause begins to die down as Showtime begins to look angry.*

    Showtime: It was Mr. Showtime that has given me all of my success, not The Fatman. It was Mr. Showtime that has dominated the CWA, and I did it all without anyone’s support. So I don’t really need any support from anyone now or ever again. And I guess that means you.

    *He points at the OWA crowd. The crowd goes silent.*

    Showtime: I mean it’s nice to come back here, but what’s with the whole Fatman themed welcome? Announcing me as The Fatman and playing Fat Bottom Girls? What’s with the Fatman chants? This isn’t me…it isn’t me. My name is Mr. Showtime if you haven’t been living under a rock for the two years I’ve been gone. I’m The Greatest Show on Earth, The Five Star Classic, The Primetime Player. I’m the hottest thing going right now; in the squared circle and on the silver screen.

    *Now the OWA crowd begins to boo their former hero.*

    Showtime: This isn’t a homecoming for me; it’s more like a, what I’ve been up to since I left this bingo hall promotion. I mean this place is a dead zone.

    *The crowd’s boos become more frenzied.*

    Showtime: And I can see this place hasn’t gotten better since I left. This isn’t a dead zone; it’s more like a, nobody gives a damn zone.

    *Showtime begins to walk around and looking down at the fans in the front row. He stops and stares at some male fans who are yelling and shouting obscenities at him.*

    Showtime: What? You don’t like what you see? Well, I’d hate me too if I found out that The Fatman went to LA, got a well tanned body, hard cut abs, driving in fast cars, living in a huge house, piling up stacks of cash, and going to bed with gorgeous women every night. Yeah I’d hate me too.

    *The male fans in that part of the front row continue to shout insults at him. Then Showtime sits down on the middle rope and waves to them, inviting them to come into the ring.*

    Showtime: Come in here and say that to my face. You feel strong you punks!? Come in here and get a lesson on who’s the big ticket these days. You should consider yourselves lucky that you get to feast your eyes on my greatness this close.

    *The fans begin to try and get over the railing, but security rushes over to stop them from hopping over. Then Showtime exits the ring and gets close to the angry fans.*

    Showtime: That’s right, sit your asses down. You wish you had the life I have now. I go coast to coast and around the world where I’m at now; instead of just county to county in Ohio. And what were you people expecting, a walk down memory lane? Well don’t bet on that happening because I don’t look back anymore.

    *Showtime hops back up to the apron, and then steps into the ring.*

    Showtime: From now on I’m looking forward, because I’m the future of this sport. And stop booing because I’m merely telling it like it is.

    *The crowd doesn’t stop booing; the booing even get louder. Then a, ‘You Suck,’ chant begins.*

    Showtime: Really? I’m the one who sucks? I was in the back a few minutes ago and I still see guys that were around when I left two years ago. I saw Dynamite Danny Richards and TJ Flash back there. So not only did I think they’d amount to nothing, but I know they’ll amount to nothing. It was hilarious standing back there with those two pretending to give a damn about what they’ve done since I’ve been gone. Then I even gave them compliments; you should’ve been there because it was my most brilliant performance to date. I don’t know how I kept myself from laughing.

    *Suddenly Panama by Van Halen hits. It’s the theme of TJ Flash; and the crowd begins to go crazy. TJ walks through the curtain, but he’s not alone; he walks down the aisle with the entire OWA locker room. They walk out together with TJ leading the way. Then TJ stops at the end of the aisle. Showtime walks near the ropes; he looks down at them with an arrogant smile on his face.*

    Showtime: Well look at this. Here comes the entire locker room to stand up to me. And look at who is leading the 30 man charge against me, TJ Flash. A guy who doesn’t even deserve to spit shine my boots because my boots deserve better than him. And what are you gonna do TJ? Is the entire locker room gonna take a shot at me? But before you answer I think I know what you’re answer is gonna be; it’s the only thing that can make you look like a bad ass; you’ll say, ‘No Showtime, only me.’ Then the crowd will go crazy, and then you’ll run down to the ring and try to fight me, but unfortunately you make a fool of yourself and get your ass whooped trying to be the hero.

    *The crowd begins to yell, ‘SHUT THE HELL UP!’*

    Showtime: You shut the hell up and listen if you knew what’s good for you!

    *Showtime looks out into the crowd as he shouts at them. Then he turns his focus back to the mob of wrestlers.*

    Showtime: Sorry fellas; I almost forgot you were there. That’s how forgetful you bunch of nothings really are. Now I only came here to show up, say a few words, and then leave. I’ve done two of those things, so it’s time for me to head back to the beautiful California coast. And if any of you touch me, when it’s all said and done, I’ll end up owning this company and I’ll burn it to the ground.

    *Showtime drops the microphone to the mat and exits the ring. He walks up and stops in front of the mob of OWA wrestlers. He waits, and then they being to split apart to form an aisle for Showtime to walk down. The crowd boos Showtime out of the arena. Showtime walks through the curtain and is now backstage. He head for the exit, which is blocked by Dynamite Danny Richards.*

    Dynamite: Very good Showtime. So this is how you wanted to leave your mark on the place that made you famous?

    Showtime: Better than dropping the title to you like the first time. At least this time I’m leaving on my terms.

    Dynamite: I’m a religious man, and I don’t wish for the misfortune of others, but I sincerely hope that you get what’s coming to you.

    Showtime: Well you keep thinking that; while I’ll be lying out on the beach and soaking in the sun; while you’ll be at the Laundromat washing you tights, and then you go home to your small apartment where there’s nothing but a cot. And you’ll sit there crying and wondering why you haven’t been given your big break yet. So enjoy the time you have in the OWA, it’s the highest you’ll ever get.

    *Showtime bumps Dynamite out of his way. Then he walks through the exit of the small recreation center in Dublin, Ohio. And Mr. Showtime was never seen in OWA ever again.*


    Cast (In order of appearance)
    Mr. Showtime - Blue
    TJ Flash - Orange
    Dynamite Danny Richards - Red
    OWA Ring Announcer - Green
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    Oh the memories, let's take another look down Memory Lane. This is my semi-final match of the Ruler of the Ring Tournament when I faced Clint Shepard. I don't have to tell you who won, it's pretty obvious who did.




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    We go backstage now to the interview set. Orlando Maxwell is standing by with Mr. Showtime in his wrestling attire.

    Orlando: Mr. Showtime, tonight you’ll take on Clint Shepard one-on-one in one of two semi-final matches in the Ruler of the Ring Tournament scheduled for tonight’s show. I wanna ask you.

    Showtime: Wait, wait hold on a second.

    Showtime looks at Orlando with a confused look. He looks up and down him, and then stares at his face.

    Showtime: Who the hell are you?

    Orlando: My name is Orlando Maxwell, I’m one of the backstage interviewers.

    Showtime: Where’s the other guy? I liked him because he doesn’t hate on me like the critics and the fans who think they know wrestling when they’ve only watched it and have never set foot in a ring.

    Orlando: Well he’s not here, it’s just me. Now Show, I want to ask you about-

    Showtime grabs the microphone and rips it out of Orlando’s hand. Orlando pulls his hands back in fear.

    Showtime: Take a hike Orlando Maxi-Pad-Well. Make like Emilio Estevez and disappear off the face of the Earth.

    Orlando quickly walks off the interview set, and then the camera focuses on just Mr. Showtime. Showtime watches Orlando leave, and then he turns to the camera.

    Showtime: All right I’ll take it from here. Let me get my mark here.

    Showtime looks down and gets his feet set, and then he looks back up at the camera.

    Showtime: Tonight we will find out who the two finalists are in the Ruler of the Ring Tournament. The fans are on pins and needles waiting to find out who will advance; well they’re looking at one of the finalists right now. Now I think what’s his name was about to ask me what my thoughts were on this match tonight, so here they are: This seems like a pretty good match-up on paper; two wrestlers with undefeated records, on hot streaks since coming into CWA, and they’re riding a huge wave of momentum. But after I did my homework on Clint Shepard I ask myself something, how can this guy keep up with me?

    Showtime shrugs his shoulders.

    Showtime: The answer is simple, he can’t. Shepard may have been good when Bird & Magic were the kings of basketball, but this is the 21st Century. Wrestling is in a new time and it’s a different sport. Shepard hasn’t changed much with the times; he thinks that old school mentality will get him through the young talent of the CWA, but he’s in for a rude awakening tonight. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, this guy is gonna be taking his final bow and final curtain call courtesy of yours truly. Now how am I going to beat this guy tonight?

    Showtime rubs his chin and thinks about his game plan for his match.

    Showtime: My strategy is none-ya….None-ya business because it doesn’t matter how I attack or defend, Clint Shepard isn’t going to be able to handle my exceptional wrestling ability.

    Showtime looks down and rubs his chin a couple of times while holding the microphone close to his mouth. Then he looks back up.

    Showtime: Wrestlers talk about how they get into that state of mind they need to get into before they compete in a match. Meditating, music to get the blood pumping, whatever; mine is something different. I take my iPhone, and go to this video clip of the movie Gladiator. And I will perform this clip in a monologue; this was performed in the movie by the great Oliver Reed.

    Showtime closes his eyes and takes a deep breath, and then he exhales. Then he opens his eyes and whispers into the microphone.

    Showtime: And we finally return to where we belong…the Coliseum. Oh you should see the Coliseum Spaniard. Fifty thousands moments, watching every movement of your sword; willing you to make that killer blow. The silence before you strike and the noise after; it rises, and rises, and rises like…like, like a storm.

    Showtime bows his head and says in a normal tone.

    Showtime: It may not do anything for some people, but that gets me in that zone I need to be in. It makes me want to destroy icons, because that’s what you are right Clint, you’re an icon? Most icons walk around and they expect everyone to worship the ground they walk on. And that everyone should get down on the ground, on their knees, and kiss your feet. But you see me, the Tinsel Town Icon; I beat people down to the ground, and then I rub the sole of my foot in their faces. And I shall do the same to you; it’s the least I could do for a fellow Icon…..Hold this cameraman.

    Showtime reaches out and hands the microphone to the cameraman. Showtime bends down to pick something up. Showtime rises back into view holding a clapperboard. He holds it in front of his face for the camera to get a good shot of it. It reads,

    STUDIO: Clique Wrestling Alliance
    PRODUCTION: Clint Shepard – ROTR
    DIRECTOR: Mr. Showtime
    CAMERA: A Only
    DATE: May 19, 2010 SCENE: 5A TAKE: 1

    Showtime brings it back towards him and holds it with his left hand. Then he takes back the microphone from the cameraman with his right hand.

    Showtime: Now Shepard, here’s how things are going to play out. We’ll both come down to the ring and take centre stage; the bell will ring to ask for quiet on the set.

    Showtime takes the clapperboard and holds it up to the camera. With his left hand he lifts the top part of the clapperboard and smacks it back down and it makes a loud CLAP! Then Showtime lowers the clapperboard.

    Showtime: And then it will be lights, camera, and action. And being the professional that I am, I only need one take; just one take, to put your run in the Ruler of the Ring Tournament to an end.

    Showtime drops the clapperboard to the floor. He looks down for a few seconds, and then quickly picks his head up and stares intensely into the camera; Showtime whispers.

    Showtime: Curtain Up.

    Then in a normal tone.

    Showtime: And live from Indiana, it's Showtime! Here Maxi-Pad-Well, catch.

    Showtime tosses the microphone off-camera to Orlando. Showtime takes a few more seconds to stare into the camera intensely once again, and then he walks off the interview set and quickly heads for the ring as his entrance theme starts up.

    With Mr. Showtime already in the ring, Clint Sheppard comes out and the fans go absolutely crazy. They are so loud that even Clint himself looks surprised. He tries to shake hands with as many fans as he can on the way down the ramp.

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    Finally he gets in the ring and the ref starts the match. It's Sheppard right away with a couple of hard rights, followed by Fisherman's Suplex. Showtime has been caught completely by surprise by the veteran and maybe he has even underestimated him. Sheppard tosses Showtime to the ropes and then floors him with a clothesline. He drops a couple of elbows and then delivers Third Time's the Charm, much to the fans delight. He decides to go for his License to Kill, but right before he is about to deliver it, Showtime rakes his eyes. Sheppard is momentarily blind and Showtime takes advantage of it. He kicks Clint in the midsection, then hits him with the Primetime Pile driver. He goes for the cover, but Clint kicks out. Showtime picks Sheppard up and decides to wear him out with an Abdominal Stretch. Clint tries to fight out of it, but Showtime has it locked it up good. He even uses the ropes for extra leverages by grabbing them while the ref's back is turned. The ref checks on Sheppard who is almost out. He lifts his arm once and it falls straight back down. He does it again and the same thing happens. But on the third and final time, Sheppard's arm stays up in the air, as he now Hulks himself up. Sheppard finally frees himself and after blocking a couple of punches from Showtime and delivers a few rights of his own. He then Irish Whips him to the ropes, but as he tries to back body drop him, Showtime jumps over him and when Sheppard turn around, he catches him in the Box Office Plunge. Just like that, out of nowhere, Showtime has silenced the crowd. He goes for the cover and gets the 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: Your winner and advancing to the Final, at a time of 12:34, Mr. Showtime!

    Showtime gets to his feet and allows the referee to raise his hand in victory. Showtime looks at the hard camera and mouths “one more to go”.
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