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    CWA LIVE Presents: WrestleRoyale



    CLIQUE WRESTLING ALLIANCE PRESENTS: WRESTLEROYALE


    Jim Taylor:
    We are LIVE for WrestleRoyale, here in Detroit, Michigan!

    Tim Coleman: Did we seriously have to come to this industrial wasteland? What the hell was wrong with Vegas?

    Jim Taylor: Direct your hate mail to Tim, Detroit. Regardless, we've got a massive event planned for you, culminating in the annual traditional WrestleRoyale Match. One of 30 competitors will punch their ticket to the main event of Five Star Attraction!

    Tim Coleman: Detroit Suck City aside, I gotta agree with you, Jimbo. As if that weren't enough, the titles are on the line, including the huge collision between longtime friends Jon Snowmantashi and CWA World Heavyweight Champion, Jonathan McGinnis. Who, I might add, has just signed a brand new contract extension with CWA!

    Jim Taylor: Let me guess, your "sources" told you that.

    Tim Coleman: No. CWA.com did.

    Jim Taylor: ...Oh.

    Tim Coleman: Yup.

    Jim Taylor: Anyways...why don't we open up with the High Voltage Championship? FWA superstar and Hall of Famer Wolf takes on champion Craig Owens.

    Tim Coleman: "IMPRESSARIO" Craig Owens, Jim. Gotta say it right.

    Jim Taylor: Right, of course. Let's go to Lindsey with the introductions...

    “Twist of Cain” by Danzig hits and Wolf comes out to a largely mixed reaction, though more cheers than boos yet the booing is audible. He doesn’t care though as he quickly makes his way to the ring.

    Jim Taylor: Wolf can’t be too thrilled tonight after coming off a loss the week before on Adrenaline Rush


    Tim Coleman: Not just any loss either Jimbo, he lost to a woman! How embarrassing that must be for a guy like Wolf! Heck, I’m surprised he’s even showing his ugly mug out here tonight after that loss!


    Jim Taylor: Well he does have a championship opportunity tonight, and he better focus on that and not on that loss


    Soon Wolf’s music is replaced as “Time” by Hans Zimmer begins to play, and the jeers begin and they grow louder as Craig Owens steps out wearing his coveted High Voltage Championship around his waist as he poses. Soon after that a large hulking man appears behind Craig, he has a fierce, intimidating look in his eyes with his arms crossed before following Craig to the ring.


    Jim Taylor: It appears that Craig has gone and hired himself some backup


    Tim Coleman: Yeah, so you better watch what you say about him Jim, or else he’ll sick that guy on you and there’s no telling what he’d do to you!


    Jim Taylor: Well, he already has his own personal cheerleader in you, so it was only a matter of time before he went and got himself a hired goon!


    Tim Coleman: Jealousy is so ugly, Jimbo!


    Lindsay Monahan: The challenger from British Columbia, Canada and now residing in Parts Unknown, and weighing in at 280lbs, “The Beast” WOLF!


    A mixed reaction as Wolf is announced.


    Lindsay Monahan: and his opponent accompanied by “The Irish Dragon” Ryan Andrews, from Chicago, Illinois and now residing in New York, New York. He weighs in tonight at 240lbs, and he is the current reigning and defending CWA High Voltage Champions…”The World Renowned” CRAIG OWWWWENS!


    The jeers are ever present as Craig’s name is announced, yet he pays them no mind as he hands off the championship while Andrews takes his spot in Craig’s corner.

    CWA High Voltage Championship: Craig Owens (c) w/ Ryan Andrews vs WOLF


    Ding! Ding! Ding!


    The bell has rung and Wolf doesn’t even give Craig an opportunity to get out of the corner as he charges in at Craig laying into him with quick lefts and rights leaving Craig stunned in the corner. Wolf backs up before rushing back clobbering Craig with a corner clothesline before dragging him out and sending him off the ropes and he catches Craig with a massive big boot off of the rebound! Craig quickly scurries out of the ring and Ryan Andrews is quick to guard his boss while Wolf doesn’t look the least bit intimidated by the big man. The count has begun as Craig begins to look for an opening back in the ring, and he climbs up on the apron and Wolf makes a beeline for him only for Craig to hop back down leaving Wolf with nothing but opening as Andrews makes his way over and catches an unsuspecting Wolf a jumping uppercut that stuns Wolf as he reels back allowing Craig to hop up on the apron with a smirk before positioning himself...REDLIGHT SPECIAL! Brilliantly executed springboard dropkick by Craig and he quickly hooks the far leg…




    NO!


    Wolf forcefully kicks out!


    Jim Taylor: Now Craig Owens taking control, but you can give the assist to that massive man on the outside


    Tim Coleman: He’s just doing his job Jim, and looking out for his boss!


    Craig brings Wolf back up only to bring him right back with a twisting delayed scoop slam he calls Greenlight! Craig then ascends to the top…THE FLOP! Diving knee drop right on Wolf’s cranium and another cover by Craig…




    NO!


    Craig takes this opportunity to make an attempt to apply one of his signature submissions, Star Struck! It’s a single leg crab submission, but he’s unable to get it locked in as Wolf manages to counter out of the before Craig to lock it in and he spins Craig before rolling him up for a school boy…




    NO!


    Wolf nearly stealing it there and Craig has a look of shock on his face as he can’t believe he was nearly seconds away from losing his title.


    He springs back up in time only to be caught by Wolf into a spinebuster! Wolf is signaling for the end now as he brings a dazed Craig up on his shoulders before hoisting him high above until he’s distracted by Ryan Andrews on the apron. He drops Craig and confronts Andrews and looks to take him down with a clothesline but Andrews hops off before Wolf makes contact, all the while Craig has recovered and as Wolf turns his attention back to Craig…TAKE A BOW! This has Wolf reeling back to the ropes and he’s trapped now allowing Craig to unleash multiple knee lifts he calls Welcome to Vaudeville and he follows that up with Show-Runner! A running big boot with Wolf still trapped in the ropes, but he’s in a daze now as Craig sets him up and looks to the camera and says “Lights, camera, action!” and then drives Wolf down to the canvas with The Take Home Tune! He quickly hooks the far leg for the pin…




    3!


    Lindsay Monahan: Here is your winner, and STILL the CWA High Voltage Champion, CRAIG OWWWWENS!


    Jim Taylor: Craig Owens retains in typical Craig Owens fashion!


    Tim Coleman: Oh quit your belly aching Jim! Craig won fair and square!


    Jim Taylor: Fair and square my foot!


    Craig takes a bow over Wolf before lightly applauding himself and states bravissimo on his performance before taking his leave with Ryan Andrews in tow.


    Jim Taylor: Well, regardless, Craig Owens is still High Voltage Champion. Our next match will determine who will be the next in line to get a shot at the Impresario.

    Lindsay Monahan: The next match is scheduled for one fall and introducing first…

    “Icky Thump” by The White Stripes blasts out indicating the arrival of Elijah Edwards. The crowd is on their feet cheering when Elijah steps out being flanked by his agent Romeo Rollings, and the two make their way down to the ring.


    Lindsay Monahan: Making his way to the ring being accompanied by Romeo Rollings, from Toronto, Ontario, Canada and weighing in at 221lbs, “Double E” ELIJAH EDWARDS!


    Jim Taylor: Edwards has had his fair share of wins as of late and looks to continue that trend tonight, but there’s no doubt that he’ll have his hands full in this contest


    Lindsay Monahan: And his opponent…


    Soon “Move Me” by The Ghost Inside now fills the arena and the fans begin to jeer mercilessly when Harrison Wake steps out with his agent Mia Walsh not too far behind him.


    Lindsay Monahan: Making his way to the ring being accompanied by Mia Walsh, from Rock County, Wisconsin and weighing in at 240lbs, “The Backwoods Badass” HARRISON WAKE!


    Jim Taylor: This man is as tough and nasty as they come but he can get the job done nonetheless!


    Tim Coleman: You got that right Jim, Harrison seems like the type of guy you wouldn’t want to run into a dark alley, but his manager on the other hand…


    Jim Taylor: Calm down there partner!


    Lindsay Monahan: And their opponent...

    “In Dreams” by Roy Orbison plays and Michelle von Horowitz is brought to the ring by eight well-tanned, well-oiled, and well-muscled men in tiny black underpants and alternating comedy/tragedy masks, hoisted onto their shoulders on a basic, small bed with two wooden poles on either side. She is placed into the ring, where she awakens, and the structure is taken to the back by her ‘gatekeepers


    Lindsay Monahan: Making her way to the ring from Rotterdam, the Netherlands and now residing in New Orleans, Louisiana and weighing in at 17kg, “Dreamer” Michelle von Horowitz!


    Jim Taylor: This young lady has been on quite the impressive hot streak as of late having not lost a single match she’s been in since he debut, and tonight she’s got a big opportunity in front her but in her way stands two other hungry competitors gunning after the same goal!


    Elijah Edwards vs Harrison Wake vs Michelle von Horrorwitz


    Ding! Ding! Ding!


    The three competitors circle each other looking for an opening on the other when Elijah is the first one to make a move as he goes in for a hit on Harrison Wake, catching the man from the backwoods with a hard forearm smash knocking Harrison back a few steps into the corner and Elijah unloads with several elbow strikes in the corner to Harrison. He steps back leaving Harrison dazed in the corner when he senses Michelle sneaking up on him causing him to turn around looking for bicycle kick, but it’s Michelle who catches Elijah mid kick and drops him with a sudden but swift leg whip. Michelle continues her assault on the leg as she applies an argentine leg lock submission hold as she wrenches back on Elijah, who is cringing on the mat in obvious pain until it’s broken up by Harrison who drills Michelle in the back of the head with a Sucker Punch! He takes Michelle now in position before slamming her down hard to the canvas with an STO and into the cover…




    NO!


    Michelle with a shoulder up and Harrison quickly whips her to the corner where he gets in several rough chops to the chest before bringing Michelle in for a short arm lariat taking her right off her feet. Harrison is in the driver’s seat, but only for a moment as Elijah has recovered and he runs at Harrison looking for a clothesline but Harrison ducks underneath yet Elijah is faster on the exchange knocking Harrison with a European uppercut leaving Harrison stunned allowing Elijah to drop him down right across the knee with a pendulum backbreaker! Harrison crumbles to the mat and now it’s Elijah in for the pin this time…




    NO!


    This time it’s broken up by Michelle, who grabs Elijah by the head bringing him up, but Elijah counters with a jawbreaker that sends Michelle stumbling back some allowing Elijah time to run at Michelle and he connect with One Armed Scissor! A Running single arm swinging neckbreaker and Michelle is down and out as Elijah attempts a grapevine STF submission hold and he has it locked in tight with nowhere for Michelle to go until it’s quickly broken up by Harrison Wake who stomps down viciously on Elijah’s head. Now Harrison looking to capitalize as he takes Elijah up and down hard with a huge Samoan drop and into the pin…




    NO!


    Elijah with the kick out keeping himself alive, but for how much longer is the question. Harrison looks to find that out as he takes Elijah off the ropes catching him with a Lou Thesz press followed by several wild punches. Harrison is fired up now as Elijah lay on the mat, and Harrison turns around right into Michelle into a running cross body that takes Harrison down but he’s not out just yet as he manages to recover quickly but Michelle catches him with a low dropkick to the legs that causes him to drop to a knee and Michelle spins behind him to hit him with a Russian leg sweep! She attempts a figure four leg lock submission but Elijah puts a stop to that with a bicycle kick leaving her dazed allowing him to catch her with excellently executed exploder suplex right into the corner! The crowd is on their feet now as Harrison begins to stir but he’s dropped on his head with a snap DDT from Elijah and now Elijah begins his climb to the top looking for a flying elbow drop…but as he leaps off he misses when Harrison rolls out of the way in time and Elijah crashes to the mat hard! Harrison now has him in his sights…TIMBER BOMB! Harrison hits all of it and he’s in for the pin as Michelle makes an attempt to break it up but she’s not in time…




    3!


    Lindsay Monahan: The winner of the match, and new number one contender for the High Voltage Championship, Harrison Wake!


    Jim Taylor: Well there you have it fans, Harrison Wake has done it! You are looking at your next challenger for the High Voltage Championship, so if I were Craig Owens right about now I’d be worried!


    Tim Coleman: I’ll give credit where it’s due, but he’ll stand no chance against a world class athlete like Craig Owens!


    Jim Taylor: That will remain to be seen but for now Harrison Wake can enjoy this victory


    Harrison takes his leave with Mia Walsh looking pleased with her client while Michelle looks on from the ring with disappointment, and Elijah is tended to by Romeo on the outside.


    Tim Coleman: Damn, though...this is turning out to be one hell of an evening, and we still got a lot to get to.


    Jim Taylor: For once, I agree. Coming up, two teams looking to move up in the rankings collide as former World Tag Team Champions The Movement take on the "Indestructible Franchise.

    Tim Coleman: The freaks don't have a chance against one of CWA's most vicious former World Champions and his protege, Jim. If I were the Movement, I'd just forfeit. But they won't, because they're sick in the head.


    “Indestructible” hits and out comes Rich Stone and his protégé Andre Jones as the crowd greets them with jeers.


    Lindsay Monahan: Making their way to the ring the team of Rich Stone and Andre Jones…THE INDESTRUCTIBLE FRANCHISE!


    Next up “Terror Time Again” hits and the same mixed reaction they always get as Humanity and Nightmare step out looking ready for a fight.


    Lindsay Monahan: and their opponents the team of Humanity and Nightmare…THE MOVEMENT!


    Jim Taylor: The Movement looking to regain back their beacons, while Franchise look to ruin that chance for them and take the tag team titles for their own!

    The Movement vs The Indestructible Franchise


    Ding! Ding! Ding!


    It’s Andre Jones kicking off the match with Nightmare, and Andre charges in at Nightmare but Nightmare quickly catches him right into Good Night! The three-quarter facelock Russian leg sweep and Nightmare quickly in for the cover…




    NO!


    Andre with a shoulder up as Rich Stone looks on from the apron with relief as they were almost upset in the early goings. Nightmare continues his assault on Andre with Stay Down, two quick alternating knee drops to a downed Andre before tagging in Humanity and the big man of the team comes in to lay waste to Andre with a fist drop right to Andre’s head and another pin attempt…




    NO!


    Andre kicks out this time and now Humanity sends Andre off the ropes and looks to catch him with a power slam off the rebound, but it’s Andre countering that with a DDT driving Humanity’s head straight into the canvas! Andre waits as Humanity is slow to his feet before lifting him up on his shoulder into a firemen’s carry neckbreaker! He makes the tag to Rich while dragging Humanity to the corner and Rich lays the boots to Humanity’s midsection before hoisting up Humanity in position for a suplex but he’s stalling before finally dropping him back down hard on the canvas into the pin…




    NO!


    Humanity kicks out but he’s in a bad spot now as Rich makes the tag back to Andre, who comes in off the tag with a springboard forearm to the head while Rich held Humanity in position for Andre while Nightmare is seething in his corner waiting to get back in this match. Andre now takes Humanity’s hand and mockingly reaches it over to Nightmare while taunting his foe, and then lifts up Humanity and drops him down hard with a spinebuster transitioned into a single leg crab submission! Andre wrenches back while taunting Nightmare and the referee is distracted by Nightmare trying to enter the ring not noticing that Humanity had grabbed the rope to break the hold but Rich Stone stomped on his hand stopping him from hanging on to the rope and allowing Andre to pull forward to keep Humanity away from the rope when the referee turns back around, yet Humanity finds a way out as he crawls towards the rope and grabs ahold of it breaking the hold and Andre begins to plead his case with the referee. This allows Humanity to recover and once he does he waits until Andre turns around before barreling through Andre with a football spear! Both men lay on their backs while their respective partners eagerly await the tag…


    Finally Humanity is up to his feet and makes the tag in to Nightmare while Andre tags in Rich, and Nightmare and Rich trade jabs with Rich gaining the upper hand, but only momentarily as Nightmare counters a punch from Rich into an inverted stomp facebreaker! Rich flops to the mat and Nightmare is in for the cover…




    NO!


    Andre breaks it up pummeling away at Nightmare until Humanity makes the save with several right hooks to Andre before sending him over the ropes with a clothesline and the two continue their brawl on the outside leaving Nightmare in the ring with Rich Stone. Rich is slow to his feet as is Nightmare and Rich goes for a clothesline, but misses as Nightmare ducks and catches Rich with Kneel Before Fear! Nightmare is ready now as he sets him up…BAD DREAMS! He plants Rich’s head to the mat and makes the cover while Humanity prevents Andre from making the save…




    3!


    Lindsay Monahan: Here are your winners, The Movement!

    Jim Taylor: A huge win for The Movement as they continue their quest to regain the gold. But take nothing away from Andre Jones and Rich Stone. They gave the former champs all they could handle.


    Tim Coleman: Yeah, not exactly happy with the outcome, but I gotta be happy that the tag team division's alive and well in CWA.


    Jim Taylor: Nice segue into our next match, Tim.


    Tim Coleman: Thanks! I'm a pro.


    Jim Taylor: Up next, the World Tag Team Titles are up for grabs as the Moment take on the brash, unapologetic champions, The Echo.


    Tim Coleman: It's not bragging if you do it and back it up, Jim! I love the confidence of The Echo.


    Jim Taylor: You would, Tim. You would...

    AC/DC's "Rock or Bust" blares as the fans in attendance make some noise for the increasingly popular team of Ben Bruce, Nick Lawton, and their ever-present and effervescent manager/compatriot Amanda Starr. They enter the ring and pose for the fans as their music dies down.


    Tim Coleman: What is with them being so damn friendly? HEY! This is pro wrestling! Get serious, why dontcha?


    Jim Taylor: Trust me...when that bell rings, those two young men will be all business.

    And now, the fan's cheers turn into mostly boos as the duo of Ethan and Drew Connor make their way to the ring to the sound of Primus's "Wynona's Big Brown Beaver." They, as they usually do, taunt the fans with every taunt in the book and loudly reminding all of us that they are "The Golden Gods of Tag Team Wrestling" and that they slept with everybody's mothers. Yes, yours too. All of yours. Your mothers. They're kinda dicks like that.


    Regardless, they enter the ring and air-guitar the title belts as Lindsay makes the introductions.


    Lindsay Monahan: The following contest is scheduled for one fall, and it is for the CWA World Tag Team Championships! Introducing first, at a combined weight of 429 pounds...the team of Ben Bruce and Nick Lawton, THE MOMENT!


    Respectable pop for the challengers as Lindsay turns to the champions...but before she can introduce them, Ethan slips her a note and insists on her reading it out loud. Lindsay shakes her head and mouths "Seriously?", but reluctantly reads:


    Lindsay Monahan: And their opponents...the Vicious and Delicious, Show-Stealing, Girlfriend-Stealing, Real Reasons Why Cyrus Truth is Never Coming Back To Professional Wrestling...


    Oh, THAT gets a ton of heat from the crowd as both Connors nod and laugh, Drew even shouting "It's true! He's scared of us!".


    Lindsay Monahan: ...the CWA World Tag Team Champions...Drew and Ethan Connor, THE ECHO!


    CWA World Tag Team Championships: The Echo (c) vs The Moment


    The bell ring as Drew and Ethan mock Ben and Nick, as if they're not really taking this match, or perhaps their opponents that terribly seriously. Then again, that's standard. What really gets things going is when Drew points at Amanda and tells her to, quote: "Ditch those two nerds and get with some real men!"


    Amanda's response is as you might expect; that being, a slap to the face of Drew before she exits the ring. The Echo yell at the ref that that should be a disqualification, but the referee much like everybody else is pretty sick of the obnoxious brothers. What is important, however, is that it provides Ben and Nick an opening to start teeing off on the Connors with Nick's uppercuts and Ben's brutal forearms. The strongest man in this match, Ben, unceremoniously tosses Ethan out of the ring as Nick feeds Drew into an overhead belly-to-belly suplex, courtesy of Ben.
    Cut off from his brother for the first few minutes of this match, Drew's left to fend for himself against a much stronger Ben Bruce, who is taking a fair amount of pleasure in suplexing the crap out of Drew. Ethan finally gets back up to his corner as Ben tags in Nick.


    Nick, a big grin on his face, goes to work stretching out Drew and surgically battering him with strikes. Ethan continues to yell at the referee, which does provide a distraction that allows Drew to poke Nick in the eye and take him down to the mat with a side Russian legsweep, followed by a standing shooting star press. Drew covers, but only a one count.


    Drew drags Nick to his corner and tags in Ethan, and it's here where the double-team offense that has become the source of aggravation for many of The Echo's opponents. The two brothers share a near telepathic (if obnoxiously self-absorbed) means of communication as they begin to punish Nick with various double-team moves. Thanks in part to keeping the action in their quarter of the ring and quick-tags, The Echo effectively separate Nick from his tag partner and punish who they consider to be the lesser of two dorks.


    Still, despite the double-teams and numerous pin attempts, Nick guts it out and refuses to stay down, doing everything he can to fight back against The Echo and even comes close to tagging in Ben before getting cut off by one of the Connor brothers. Still, despite the tandem offense and the frequency of pin attempts, neither Drew or Ethan can keep Nick down for longer than a two count.


    The Connors begin to get frustrated with the referee, accusing him of slow-counting and of being in cahoots with The Moments. The legal brother (Drew) even yells at Amanda at ringside, who is trying to will Nick back into this match. Drew's momentary distraction ends up costing him, as it allows Nick to get back to his feet and plant Drew with a half-and-half suplex! Drew's dropped damn near on his head as Nick has a clear path to his partner. Drew tags in Ethan first, but Nick explodes off the mat and tags in Ben!


    Ben comes in like a house on fire, damn near decapitating Ethan with a lariat and clocking Drew with an elbow. Ethan's woozy as he gets to his feet, right into the waiting arms of Ben who plants him with a spinning side slam! Ben makes the cover, but Ethan kicks out at two!


    Ben is back up as he motions for Nick to get back in, who's still a bit banged up but nonetheless fired up. The Moment decide to give Ethan Connor a taste of their double-teamwork as they tee off on Ethan with punches and chops before drilling him with Krytonite! Ben goes for another cover...


    1...2...NO! Drew grabs Ethan's leg and pulls him out! Nick and Ben nod at one another and run the ropes, looking for a stereo suicide dive...STEREO SUPERKICKS! The Echo counters The Moment with superkicks that send both members of the Moment crumbling into the mat. Both Connor boys leap up and perform spectacular twin springboard 450 splashes! They, as you would expect, go for dual covers, but neither Connor can keep Nick or Ben down for three!


    The Echo's had enough as Drew motions for Ethan to pick up Ben as they seem to be going for their finisher "Your Mom Says Hi". But as Ethan gets Ben on his shoulders, Ben fights out of the fireman's carry with elbows until he's slid off and back to his feet. The Echo goes for roaring elbows, but Ben ducks and Drew and Ethan's forearms collide! As they try to regain feeling, The Moment take this chance to power The Echo down with a pair of German suplexes. Drew rolls out of the ring as Ben military presses Ethan into a cutter from Nick. But even THAT isn't enough for a three count!


    The Moment decide enough is enough as Ben gets Ethan up on his shoulders, presumably for the Hellblazer...


    Wait! Nick is taken out of the ring by Drew, who whips him HARD into the ringpost. Ethan fights out of the F-5 position and turns it into a DDT! He then quickly picks up Ben in the tombstone position...SKULL F**CKER! The Echo hit it and Ethan covers, and that's just enough to score the three count!


    Lindsay Monahan: Here are your winners...and STILL CWA World Tag Team Champions, THE ECHO!


    Jim Taylor: The Echo squeak by against a very game Moment team, but credit where credit is due.


    Tim Coleman: Damn right! Those Echo kids are the future of tag team wrestling, if not the entire Clique Wrestling Alliance!


    Jim Taylor: Well, two men who might disagree with that are now set to face one another for the CWA World Championship. A rivalry that goes back years now comes full circle for the richest prize in professional wrestling.


    Tim Coleman: It's bigger than that, Jim! The winner of this match punches their ticket to the main event of Five Star Attraction as well! This match is as big as it gets.


    Jim Taylor: It's McGinnis vs Snowmantashi. One-on-one for the CWA World Title. Let's go down to ringside...


    The tension in the air is palpable as Lindsay Monahan begins her introductions.


    Lindsay Monahan: The following contest is schedule for one fall, and it is for the CWA World Heavyweight Championship!


    "Sword of Destiny" blares as the crowd roars their approval for the Japanese heavyweight sensation. Snowmantashi arises from the back wearing a new ring jacket with the kanji for "Monster," "Power," and "Unstoppable." As is tradition with Snowmantashi, he doesn't play to the fans and doesn't even react to the cheers. He simply gets into the ring and crosses his arms, waiting for his opposition...


    ...And he doesn't have to wait long, as the CWA World Champion emerges from the back to the sound of Big Sean's "Blessings." He looks focused, his will a sharpened razor. The commentary team speculates if this has anything to do with his contract situation being sorted out recently, but regardless the champion enters the ring for the proper introductions...
    Lindsay Monahan: Introducing first, the challenger. From Los Angeles, California by way of Tokyo, Japan...weighing in at 290 pounds..."Inhuman" Jon Snowmantashi!!!
    Loud cheers and a "Snowmantashi" chant break out. Some fans even brought streamers as the ring is flooded with colorful bands of paper. Snowmantashi smirks at this homage to his home country as Lindsay continues.


    Lindsay Monahan: And his opponent...from Los Angeles, California...weighing in at 207 pounds. He is the reigning and defending CWA World Heavyweight Champion..."The Last Indy Darling," Jonathan McGinnis!!!


    More streamers flood the ring as McGinnis holds up his title for everyone, ESPECIALLY Snowmantashi to see. The referee takes the belt, holds it up, and (once the ring's been cleared of streamers) rings the bell.


    CWA World Heavyweight Championship: Jonathan McGinnis (c) vs Jon Snowmantashi

    Anticipation. It's the only word to describe what these fans are feeling as McGinnis and Snowmantashi meet face-to-face, nose-to-nose in the middle of the ring. Neither man is backing down as the crowd is split down the middle with dueling chants of "Snowmantashi!" and "McGinnis!" It seems like minutes past before either man makes the opening salvo (in reality, it was just one minute), but McGinnis is the first to strike with a forearm to the side of Snowmantashi's head! Snowmantashi tanks it, however, and shakes his head as if to say "You do realize that's not going to work, you stupid gaijin?" before responding with a skillet-like, HARD chop to McGinnis's chest.


    McGinnis gasps for a bit, but recovers quickly as he again goes for forearms, this time at a machine gun pace. This seems to have more of an effect as McGinnis goes for a side headlock and wrenches back on it, looking to wear down Snowmantashi's notoriously high endurance early in the mat so as to make it easier to take him down with more impact moves.
    A solid plan if not for the fact that Snowmantashi outweighs McGinnis by nearly a hundred pounds and McGinnis, having not wrestled Snowmantashi in a while, slightly underestimated his power as Snowmantashi counters McGinnis's headlock with a backdrop driver! McGinnis is rocked as he slides into a corner, holding the back of his head as Snowmantashi smirks, as if to say "Yep. That happened. Still going to happen. Can't beat me, never going to happen."

    McGinnis, all fired up, rushes at Snowmantashi, who captures him in a waistlock and looks for a belly-to-belly suplex, but McGinnis shows exceptional agility as he lands on his feet and counters with a superkick to the back of Snowmantashi's head! That rocks the Kaiju as he stumbles into the ropes and McGinnis launches himself at Snowmantashi, sending both men tumbling over the top rope. Snowmantashi falls hard on the outside, but McGinnis lands again on his feet on the apron. Snowmantashi get to his feet, only to be drilled by a shoot kick to the chest!
    Snowmantashi clutches his chest, but he's not fallen. McGinnis decides to go for broke as he gets back in the ring and suicide dives onto Snowmantashi! Snowmantashi hits the barricade HARD as McGinnis roars! He leads Snowmantashi back into the ring and springboards back into the ring himself, dropping an elbow right onto the chest of Snowmantashi. McGinnis goes for a cover and...

    ...not even a one-count. Well, the severity of McGinnis's situation has been made crystal clear to the fans. Snowmantashi, the simple-minded goof, is still a monster and is not about to go down easy, not when THE prize is on the line. McGinnis, for his part (and likely because he knew this going into this match), is not shaken as he decides to put some submission wrestling to work as he targets the knee that everybody targets on Snowmantashi with a kneebar. It keeps the big man down and also allows McGinnis, arguably the best striker in CWA today, to pelt Snowmantashi with elbow smashes. However, Snowmantashi doesn't submit, and even seems to get more alive with the barrage of strikes. He inevitably fights his way out of the submission and back to his feet, but McGinnis again is relentless in his assault. However, another superkick attempt goes south as Snowmantashi catches his foot and reels McGinnis in for T-bone suplex! McGinnis arches his back in pain as Snowmantashi doesn't relent, splashing McGinnis with a senton! Snowmantashi covers, but it's just barely a two count.

    Snowmantashi, knowing full well what McGinnis is capable of when he's on his feet, ultimately makes a simple decision: don't let McGinnis get to his feet. Helped by the fact that he is much bigger and stronger, Snowmantashi spends this part of the match using heavy hammer strikes and suplexes a'plenty to keep McGinnis on his back or belly. He even busts out a Masato Tanaka-style Sliding D that really seems to knock McGinnis for a loop. McGinnis, however, is nothing if not double-tough as he refuses to let Snowmantashi keep him down for three. Snowmantashi, however, unlike many other competitors in his position, doesn't let the kickouts phase him. To him, he will win the match whether it takes him a minute, an hour, or all night. Either way, he has time.

    It's only through adrenaline and uncanny wherewithal that McGinnis gets back into this match. As Snowmantashi has him up on his shoulder for a running powerslam, he gets just a bit too close to the ropes and McGinnis wraps his feet around it. Snowmantashi notices this and pops McGinnis up for another elbow smash, but McGinnis instead shows remarkable body control and turns it into an cutter! It doesn't stun Snowmantashi for long, but it's enough for McGinnis to drive Snowmantashi head first into the mat with a curb stomp! Realizing that this is his opening, McGinnis wastes no time and cinches in a vicious-looking STF!

    This is the first time in the match that Snowmantashi looks vulnerable, as the pain etched in his face is mirrored by the intensity in McGinnis's. Snowmantashi, however, doesn't look ready to give up as he digs in and, ever so slowly, inches his way to the ropes to force a break. Wisely, McGinnis holds on until the referee's count of four to make sure he gets the most out of this.
    Snowmantashi's free, but he's clearly aching as he rises to his feet. McGinnis fires off kick after kick to Snowmantashi's chest. He goes for another superkick, but again Snowmantashi's wise to it and catches it...ENZUGIRI! McGinnis counts on Snowmantashi's knowledge of his superkick fetish and turns it into an enzugiri! Snowmantashi's rocked as McGinnis drives Snowmantashi to the mat face first with a bulldog! He goes for a cover...1...2...NO! Snowmantashi kicks out!

    McGinnis runs his hand through his hair, intensity still oozing from the champion as he goes for an ankle lock, but Snowmantashi kicks him off. The Kaiju rises to his feet...SUPERKICK! McGinnis connects, but Snowmantashi SOMEHOW falls into and knocks McGinnis loopy with a Roaring Elbow! Both men fall to the mat as the crowd is chanting "This is Awesome!" and the referee begins his ten count.

    Snowmantashi and McGinnis get to their feet at the count of six, both showing remarkable resilience and a desire for glory. Once again, the friends/rivals meet nose to nose in the middle of the ring, and begin trading forearms and elbows. It becomes a brutal, relentless barrage of strikes between both men until McGinnis gets the advantage and goes for an Irish whip.

    Snowmantashi reverses it, but eats a flying knee strike when McGinnis comes off the rebound! McGinnis again rushes to the cover, but AGAIN Snowmantashi kicks out at two!

    McGinnis wastes no time and gets Snowmantashi in powerbomb position, looking for Something Light. Amazingly, McGinnis gets the Kaiju up and delivers the move! It could be over!

    ...One problem, though. It certainly did the intended damage against Snowmantashi, but taking nearly 300 pounds of human being on your knees isn't exactly an easy thing. The sheer weight of Snowmantashi on McGinnis's knees hurts McGinnis and makes him slow to make the cover. The fans in Detroit rooting on McGinnis are yelling at him to make the cover which he eventually does.


    1...


    2...


    NO! Snowmantashi kicks out at 2 1/2! McGinnis was too slow on the cover! The Snowmantashi fans are roaring as McGinnis's fans are willing him on to finish the fight. Snowmantashi, remarkably, is getting back to his feet as McGinnis gingerly gets to his...


    SUPERKICK!
    STUNNER!
    SUPERKICK!

    McGinnis is chaining moves together. He's going for the CAS, the series of moves that won him the title! However, his knees are still not recovered fully, and therefore he's just a step behind. He goes for the cutter, but Snowmantashi spins him off and CLOBBERS him with a lariat! He quickly picks up McGinnis and powers him down with Hailstorm! But he's not done as he climbs the ropes and delivers the Snowfall moonsault. He covers...THREE! THREE! SNOWMANTASHI HAS DEFEATED MCGINNIS AND HAS BECOME THE NEW WORLD CHAMPION!!!

    Lindsay Monahan
    : Here is your winner...and NEW CWA World Heavyweight Champion..."Inhuman" Jon Snowmantashi!!!!


    The crowd erupts for both men putting on a hellacious fight as the referee hands Snowmantashi the World Title belt. He takes it into his hands as he passes a glance at McGinnis, who rolls out of the ring clutching his knees. He nods slightly in respect to McGinnis's fighting spirit as he holds aloft the prize he won.


    Snowmantashi's crew comes out as Kaitadesu and John Duncan join The Inhuman Champion. Duncan is spazing out a bit, whereas Kaitadesu simply slaps Snowmantashi on the back and tells him "That's how it's done, kid! That's how you finish!" Chants of Snowmantashi rain down as McGinnis, walking up the ramp slowly, takes one last glance at the ring and the title he once had before heading to the back.


    Jim Taylor: What. A. Match.


    Tim Coleman: Can't argue with you on that. That match was all guts and glory.


    Jim Taylor: Jonathan McGinnis was a great champion and will one day wear the gold again, but tonight, a monster from the East rises.


    Tim Coleman: Congrats to the Kaiju. Man, who the hell is going to stop that guy?


    Jim Taylor: I don't know, Tim, but we're about to find out who's going to get that shot at the Pinnacle of PPV. It's time for the WrestleRoyale Match.


    Tim Coleman: The human demo derby! Who's gonna outlast and outsmart 29 other wrestlers to earn the right to main event Five Star Attraction? Lindsay, take it away! Let's get this party started!


    Lindsay Monahan: It is now time for the 30 person Wrestle Royale match!


    Crowd pops loudly for the announcement.


    Lindsay Monahan: The rules of the match are as follows: 30 entrants will participant and to be eliminated you must be thrown over the top rope with your feet touching the floor. The last person standing at the end of the match will be declared the winner, and they will move on to face the CWA World Heavyweight Champion in the main event at Five Star Attraction!


    Another big pop from the fans as they await the arrival of entrant number one…


    Entrant #1: Prince Pain


    “Toll of the Bells” hits and the crowd instantly begins to boo when Prince Pain steps out from behind the curtain. He pays the fans no mind as he walks straight towards the ring with one purpose in mind, and that is to destroy anyone that gets in his way of once again becoming world champion.


    Lindsay Monahan: Introducing entrant number one…PRINCE PAIN!

    Jim Taylor: Prince Pain may have got the unlucky draw of the hat, but I don’t think he cares much either way to be honest. All he cares about is reclaiming that former glory of his, and taking back what was once his world championship


    Tim Coleman: Oh yeah he’s a fired up and determined man, oh boy I don’t envy who comes out next to face him!

    Entrant #2: Fire Dragon


    “Hell Yeah” by Rev Theory hits and a few boos begin but most fans just don’t care as Fire Dragon makes his way out.


    Lindsay Monahan: and entrant number two…FIRE DRAGON!

    Tim Coleman: You say Prince Pain had the unlucky draw, but I think it may be the other way around Jim! Look at Fire Dragon, he’s shaking in his boots knowing he has to face an angry and determined Prince Pain!

    Dragon, at first, cautiously steps in the ring as Prince Pain is seething and chomping at the bit to get his hands on him…


    Main Event: WrestleRoyale Match

    Ding! Ding! Ding!



    The bell sounds and Prince Pain makes a beeline towards Fire Dragon in the corner, but Dragon narrowly avoids the incoming attack slipping out of the way and he drills Pain with a few forearm shots before clotheslining him over the ropes but Pain manages to hang on while Dragon acts as if he’s done the unthinkable and eliminated the big bad Prince Pain…


    Jim Taylor: You may want to turn around there pal


    Tim Coleman: Oh boy, he’s toast!


    Dragon turns back around right into a Whirlwind Blast discus lariat from Pain that nearly takes Dragon out of his boots! Pain takes the dazed Dragon and handily tosses him over the top rope with ease…


    Fire Dragon has been eliminated!


    Tim Coleman: Who’s the next victim for Prince Pain?!


    Entrant #3: Captain Klappton


    “Raining Blood” by Slayer hits and out comes Fire Dragon’s partner, Captain Klappton. He doesn’t look the least bit intimidated as he enters the ring and shouts “IT IS WHAT IT IS!” right in Pain’s face but Prince Pain was ready for him with a Stick It super kick! Captain is leaning on the ropes now in a daze and Pain finishes the job with a clothesline over the top to the floor!


    Captain Klappton has been eliminated!


    Jim Taylor: Prince Pain making quick work of The Fugitives!


    Tim Coleman: I didn’t even realize they still had jobs here, well maybe not now after tonight’s performance, ha!


    Pain paces the ring awaiting the arrival of his next opponent as the clock ticks down…


    Entrant #4: Nate Savage


    “Cut the Cord” by Shinedown hits and the booing grows very loud as Nate Savage makes his way out.


    Jim Taylor: Uh oh, this one is bound to get ugly in a hurry!


    Tim Coleman: Two of the angriest guys in CWA, this is great!


    Savage steps through the ropes and gets toe to toe with Pain as his music fades away. Pain with the height advantage stands over Savage, but Nate isn’t backing down at all as the two stare a hole through each other before wailing away on each other much to the crowd’s delight. The fans may not like either man, but they want to see them beat the tar out of each other! They trade lefts and rights until its Savage gaining the upper hand backing Pain into the corner where he continues his assault with several boots to the midsection until Pain is a slumped prone position allowing Savage to connect with a corner cannonball as the countdown begins again…


    Entrant #5: Alex Nova


    “Almost Famous” by Eminem blares out and Alex Nova makes his way to the ring.


    Jim Taylor: This could get interesting he and Prince Pain have some history from previous organizations


    Nova quickly slides in the ring but right away he’s stomped on by Savage before he can make it to his feet, and Savage continues to relentlessly stomp away on Nova until he decides he’s had enough. He sends him to ropes now looking to set him up for the Nasty Bomb, but Nova hangs on before the rebound and laughs at Savage mocking him until from out of nowhere he eats a super kick from Pain that sends him toppling to the outside floor…


    Alex Nova has been eliminated!


    Pain leans over the ropes to flip off Nova on the outside before right back around into a bionic elbow from Savage that stuns Pain, and Savage drills him with several more leaving Pain stunned, or so Savage thinks as Pain is in the corner once more he charges in at him but Pain is ready and catches him with SUDDEN DECLINE! Pain drives Savage to the mat with a huge spinebuster as the countdown begins for the next entrant…


    Entrant #6: Rich Stone


    “Indestructible” by Disturbed hits and former world champion Rich Stone makes his way out as entrant number six.


    Stone enters the ring and goes right after Pain, who is more than ready for a fight, and the two begin to trade blows with lefts and rights while Savage is still recovering in the opposite corner. It’s Stone mounting the offensive drilling Pain with a knee to the gut before transitioning into a fisherman suplex on Pain! Stone’s attention turns to Savage, who makes beeline for Stone, but Stone is ready for him as he catches Savage with a knee to the gut followed by a belly to belly suplex as the countdown begins for the next entrant…


    Entrant #7: Humanity


    “Terror Time” hits and here comes Humanity rushing to the ring making his way to Stone to continue what he left on earlier in the night in the number one contender’s match.


    Humanity catches Stone with a throat jab followed by several uppercuts that have Stone reeling allowing Humanity to drop him with authority with a belly to belly side suplex! Meanwhile Pain and have recovered and have continued to go to town on each other on the opposite side with Savage driving his boot into Pain’s face. Humanity still has Stone in his sights and drops him down hard with a vicious sidewalk slam as the countdown begins for the next entrant…


    Entrant #8: Ben Bruce


    “Rock or Bust” by AC/DC hits and out comes on half of The Moment, Ben Bruce! He’s fired up as he makes his way to the ring and clubs Humanity with a double axe handle in the back while Savage almost has Prince Pain eliminated…


    Entrant #9: Clint Shepard


    “Mad World” by Gary Jules begins to play and the crowd erupts into a frenzy of cheers while Savage turns his attention from Pain to the entry way looking ready to blow a gasket…


    Jim Taylor: That music belongs to only one man, but could it be?!


    Finally, Clint Shepard steps out from behind the curtain and Savage is livid inside of the ring yelling at Shepard, who remains as he walks down the ring. Meanwhile, behind Savage is Prince Pain, who clubs Savage from behind and lifts him up over the top to be eliminated…


    Nate Savage has been eliminated!


    Tim Coleman: What?! That’s not right! Shepard had no business out here!


    Jim Taylor: Well, Savage should have thought about that before he attacked Shepard a few months back, turnabout is fair play!


    Savage is livid on the outside as he runs to face Shepard, but is blocked off by officials ordering him to return to the back. Shepard enters the ring while back in the ring Pain sets his sights on Rich Stone while Ben Bruce and Humanity are going at it…


    Entrant #10: Harrison Wake


    “Move Me” by The Ghost Inside and here comes Harrison Wake! The number one contender for the High Voltage championship makes his way down to the ring hitting the first man he sees, which is Ben Bruce, leveling Bruce with a sucker punch to the back of the head and Bruce drops to one knee as Harrison continues his assault on Big Ben. Meanwhile, Pain and Rich Stone are teaming up on Humanity taking turns laying the boots to him in the corner…


    Entrant #11: Elijah Edwards


    “Icky Thump” by The White Stripes hits and here comes Elijah Edwards as entrant number 11! He quickly beelines for Wake, who earlier cost him an opportunity at the High Voltage championship. Wake sees him and starts throwing punches, but Elijah manages to respond with a bicycle kick, downing the Backwoods Badass!


    Meanwhile, Rich Stone decide to try and eliminate Pain after double-teaming Humanity, but Pain responds with fists of his own. The countout continues as the next entrant is...


    Entrant #12: Nightmare


    It's Humanity's partner in crime as Nightmare runs to the ring and begins dishing out blows to everybody! Humanity, seeing that Nightmare has come, gets a second wind and begins to join the fracas. Ben Bruce tries to stop the momentum, but all he gets for his trouble is a Passing of the Damned from CWA's resident monsters! Both Humanity and Nightmare unceremoniously toss Ben out of the match.


    Ben Bruce has been eliminated!

    But wait! Nightmare takes the opening and dumps Humanity out! Nightmare eliminates his own partner!

    Humanity has been eliminated!

    Humanity looks enraged for a second...but then laughs? He shakes his head and nods, giving his blessing to Nightmare who rejoins the fray against Prince Pain.

    Entrant #13: Michelle von Horrowitz


    The eerie woman known as "Dreamer" enters the match, singling out the man who earlier won the Triple Threat match with focused kicks and chops. Wake, being kind of crazy, actually eggs her on before countering with a lariat of his own. Elijah Edwards sees this and immediately goes after both Horrowitz and Wake, restarting their earlier contest.

    Meanwhile, Clint Shepard, who has been taking shots here and there, makes the mistake of getting a shot in on Pain, who had just slammed Nightmare. Pain, not caring about Clint's status as an Icon, uppercuts the legend and sends him over the top rope and out of the Royale.


    Clint Shepard has been eliminated!


    The clock ticks down as another combatant enters the fray...


    Entrant #14: Andre Jones


    The protege of Rich Stone enters the match looking to assist his mentor...BUT GETS DRILLED BY STONE! Rich Stone shares glory with no one and immediately eliminates Andre.

    Andre Jones has been eliminated!


    Rich cranks his neck as he goes back to the match...but WAKE ELIMINATES THE FORMER WORLD CHAMPION WITH A LARIAT!


    Rich Stone has been eliminated!


    Wake seems pleased until Elijah attempts to eliminate him, but Wake holds on. More fighting as Pain continues to try and hold court against Nightmare and Horrowitz stays back, assessing the situation. She doesn't have much time to do that as the countdown continues...


    Entrant #15: Eddie Von Gunner


    The collective groan of CWA's fans can be heard as the former X-Fly Champion and washed-up has-been/never-was rock star Eddie Von Gunner returns to action for a shot at reclaiming what little glory he had. He gets in the ring and starts to headbang as he screeches for a microphone. Michelle, not quite knowing what to think of this strange little man, decides to just ignore him. A nearly costly mistake as Eddie is able to grab her by the hair and toss her over the top. Michelle hangs on as Eddie prances about as if he won the entire match. He's so engrossed with himself that he doesn't notice the timer clocked down.


    Entrant #16: Gabrielle Montgomery


    Wait, WHAT THE SHIT?! IT'S GABRIELLE! The former FWA World Champion! The Caramel Goddess has arrived in CWA and has entered the WrestleRoyale! The fans are roaring for her, half because this was a major shock appearance and the other half because they read the hentai. Either way, she enters the match and comes face-to-face with Von Gunner. Because Eddie is an idiot, he assumes she's one of his groupies. He goes for a rather inappropriate embrace that Gabrielle side-steps before eliminating the pest.


    Eddie Von Gunner has been eliminated!


    Gabrielle flashes her famous seductive smirk...that is almost taken off when she comes face to face with Prince Pain. Apparently irate that his kingdom's been invaded by a would-be queen, he does not hesitate to clock her. To her credit, she fights back ferociously against the much more powerful foe as a new combatant enters...


    Entrant #16: Ethan Connor


    One half of the Tag Champions is announced and Ethan does come down the ramp...but he does not enter the match. He sneers at the fans and says "It ain't the time yet, dorks!" as he sits near the barricade.


    Meanwhile, Nightmare has gotten back in the mix of things as he continues to pound away at Prince Pain, unknowingly saving Gabrielle from elimination. However, her peace is short-lived as Michelle takes this opening to rejoin the fight and start brawling with Gabrielle. Elijah and Wake still are at each other's throats as the clock ticks down yet again.

    Entrant #17: Jeremiah Johnson


    Former High Voltage Champion Jeremiah Johnson gets the nod as he slides in and starts to lay into everyone he can. He points to the sky as if to thank his god for giving him the strength against these white heathens...right up until he bumps into Nightmare, who promptly DDTs him for his trouble. Prince Pain gives him a football kick right between the shoulder blades as the brawls continue, with Elijah barely avoiding elimination at the hands of Harrison Wake and Michelle having trouble getting the better of the Caramel Goddess.

    Entrant #18: Rolando Fuentes


    Another former World Champion enters the fray, but not before getting some last minute coaching from Diego Gonzales. Rolando slides in and, with that familiar old evil ferocity, jumps Prince Pain and drills him hard with precision strikes. The opening gives Nightmare a chance to pick up Jeremiah Johnson and make the radical zealot suffer for his actions.
    And again, as all this is going on in the ring, Ethan Connor is sitting outside, having not entered the match yet. He's even stolen a bag of popcorn from a fan and chowing down on it. And the next entrant is announced...


    Entrant #19: Jonathan McGinnis


    The complexion of this match has changed dramatically as the now former World Champion enters the match. He's still a bit wobbly, but he's PISSED and that anger's giving him plenty of energy.


    SUPERKICK!
    SUPERKICK!
    SUPERKICK!

    In quick succession, McGinnis has laid out Nightmare, Horrowitz, and Fuentes with superkicks. Jeremiah Johnson, thinking that McGinnis was spent, rushes him. All he gets for his trouble is a superkick that sends him over the top and out of the match.


    Jeremiah Johnson has been eliminated!


    McGinnis is not done as he sizes up Prince Pain for a superkick, but gets kicked in the knee by Gabrielle! Gabrielle tries to prove her superiority over a CWA World Champion by tossing McGinnis over the top, but he hangs on despite his knees. Once again, we get a clock down...


    Entrant #20: Nick Lawton



    The other half of The Moment is up, but he doesn't enter the ring immediately. Instead, he sees a smirking Ethan Connor and decides to get a little payback. He chases Ethan around the ring until Ethan has no choice but to slide in, with Nick right behind him and right on top of him. Nick starts pounding away at Ethan as McGinnis re-enters the ring for a bit of payback on Gabrielle, but he's cut off by Wake who still wants a piece of the former champion. The countdown winds down...


    Entrant #21: Johnny Vegas


    "The Man Who Beat the Darling" is up next. After a quick kiss from his Jenny, he slides in and cracks Wake in the skull with a forearm smash. He then gives Elijah a swift kick before coming face to face with McGinnis. Vegas has a toothy grin that is immediately wiped off by a heart punch. McGinnis is in no mood to deal with Vegas, not when the pain of his loss was still so raw.
    Nick is still trying his damndest to eliminate Ethan Connor, but it's to no avail as the obnoxious title holder will not just let go. Meanwhile, Gabrielle has just finished another scrap with Horrowitz (who's more than holding her own against the Hentai Queen) when she bumps into Nightmare. Nightmare, very familiar with Gabrielle's pedigree, is not about to waste any time as he grabs her by the hair...


    Entrant #22: WOLF


    ...but he's immediately distracted by the next entrant, the powerhouse known as Wolf! Wolf darts to the ring and SPEARS THE EVERLOVING CRAP out of Nightmare! There's a really tense stare-down between Wolf and Gabrielle, two FWA legends. Gabrielle breaks the tension with a barrage of fists, but Wolf grabs her and plants her with the Final Howl! Wolf roars as he picks up Gabrielle and prepares to powerbomb her out of the ring...headscissors! Gabrielle counters with a headscissors and shockingly eliminates Wolf!


    Wolf has been eliminated!


    Gabrielle looks rather please with herself as she notices that the clocks ticking down again. After looking to see that everybody else was pre-occupied, she decides to wait to see who comes down next...


    Entrant #23: Zack Sullivan



    The self-professed "Majestic One" is up next, accompanied by manager and former CWA's Women's Champion Ashley Adams. Zack looks as egomaniacal as ever as he enters the ring...
    CARAMEL COATED DDT! Gabrielle boots Zack in the gut and delivers her patented finishing DDT! She then picks him up and tosses him out.


    Zack Sullivan has been eliminated!


    That pisses Ashley off something fierce as she yells at Gabrielle, shouting various insults and taunts Gabrielle shouts back as he tries to get back to the match...


    NO! Michelle von Horrowitz takes advantage of Gabrielle's distraction and eliminates her! Gabrielle Montgomery is out!


    Gabrielle Montgomery has been eliminated!


    Ashley mockingly laughs at Gabrielle, causing the Caramel Goddess to run after her for some payback. Michelle, eerily smiling, returns to the action as a new combatant is about to enter...


    Entrant #24: Drew Connor


    And now things get really unpleasant as the other Connor brother races down to the ring just in time to save his brother by eliminating Nick Lawton!


    Nick Lawton has been eliminated!


    With the brothers united, The Echo can now really focus on taking control of this match as they target Elijah Edwards, who had just finished fending off Harrison Wake. Stereo superkick eliminated Elijah, putting his dreams of main eventing Five Star on ice.

    Elijah Edwards has been eliminated!

    The brothers Connor look rather pleased with themselves...RIGHT up until they get clotheslined by Prince Pain. His conditioning is remarkable considering he's been in this match the longest. The clock clicks down...

    Entrant #25: Ryan Andrews

    Ooh, this is interesting. The bodyguard of Craig Owens enters the fray. A veritable hoss of a man, he enters the ring and focuses his attention squarely on Harrison Wake. It's no secret: he's wanting to do damage to the man next in line for a title show at his boss/meal ticket. Wake, however, is not a pussy. So he slugs it out with the big man.
    Meanwhile, Rolando attempts to eliminate Nightmare with a lariat, but Nightmare turns it around on the former World Champion and tries to lariat him out himself. Rolando hangs on...at least, until McGinnis drills him with his favorite move.

    Rolando Fuentes has been eliminated!

    Nightmare takes this as a personal affront as he starts to club away at McGinnis. Another entrant is coming up...

    Entrant #26: Shade

    The eerie face-painted warrior makes his return with a bang, springboarding in and splashing both Nightmare and McGinnis! Shade looks to be all fired up until he meets the equally eerie Michelle von Horrowitz, who launches her own vicious assault on the new entrant.

    Meanwhile, Prince Pain is attempting to eliminate Drew Connor, but Ethan blocks it. Pain tries to eliminate Ethan, but Drew blocks it. Then both members of The Echo try to eliminate Pain, but Pain's too strong and just tosses them off. The timer clocks down to zero and a new entrant is announced...

    Entrant #27: "Grand Wizard" Konchu Hao

    A rather peculiar-looking wrestler walks down the ramp. He's dressed in black, wearing a large-collar coat and a mask with what looks to be...antennae? Nobody knows what to think of this stranger, but it's clear when he enters the ring that he is at least somewhat competent as he grabs Michelle and full-nelson slams her to the mat. He makes some kind of hand gesture to signal...something, but never gets to finish it as The Echo, having fended off Pain for the moment, double-team clothesline this newcomer out of the Royale.

    Konchu Hao has been eliminated!

    Pain is back to his feet as The Echo attempt their stereo superkick to eliminate him. Surprisingly, that doesn't work. They yell at McGinnis, who had just freed himself from Nightmare's grasp, and motion for him. McGinnis, not really caring, joins The Echo and finally eliminate Prince Pain!

    Prince Pain has been eliminated!

    And because The Echo are jerks, they immediately sandwich McGinnis's head with rolling elbows! They crotch top over McGinnis as the clock ticks down...

    Entrant #28: El Pecado


    The masked luchador, the buzzsaw El Pecado gets the nod as he enters the fray...only to get eliminated by ANOTHER tandem superkick from The Echo!

    El Pecado has been eliminated!



    Meanwhile, Johnny Vegas is trying to take advantage of The Echo's handiwork by trying to muscle McGinnis out of the ring. McGinnis, feverishly tries to hang on as he simultaneously attempts to eliminate Vegas and get this guy out of his way. The two of them get tied up in the ropes.
    On the other side of the ring, Wake is squaring off against Nightmare in a battle of "Who can punch the other guy harder?" It seem to be fairly even as the clock winds down.

    Entrant #29: Craig Owens


    The High Voltage Champion ends up with a lucky draw as he walks to the ring. He's greeted by Ryan Andrews who now acts as his benefactor's living shield. The Echo try to eliminate either of them, but Ryan Andrew presents much the same problem that Prince Pain did. More brawling as Michelle is down in the corner, either trying to recuperate or play possum. The final entrant is about to come in as the clock ticks down...

    Entrant #30: Apollo Mars

    Former temporary tag partner of Craig Owens and successful male model, Apollo Mars practically struts to the ring like he owns the place. He slides in and, strangely enough, greets Owens with a handshake. Owens seems receptive of it...until he nods at Ryan Andrews and Apollo Mars gets clotheslined out. So much for lucky #30.

    Apollo Mars has been eliminated

    However, that temporary distraction allows Wake to sneak up and eliminated Owens! Wake has just sent a message to the High Voltage Champion!

    Craig Owens has been eliminated!

    Ryan Andrews is shocked as he goozles Wake...STEREO SUPERKICK FROM THE ECHO! Ryan Andrews is out!


    Ryan Andrews has been eliminated!


    The Echo are loving this, feeling like they're invincible. They may just take the WrestleRoyale and do exactly what they say they'd do...

    ...Or, they could be too busy taunting to realize that Nightmare is right behind them, ready to send them packing. The brute of the Movement drills The Echo with a double clothesline, sending them over the top rope...but not out! The Echo skin the cat and grab Nightmare and toss him out instead!

    Nightmare has been eliminated!

    Meanwhile, McGinnis and Vegas are still tied up in the ropes. Vegas is relentless in trying to eliminate McGinnis, to prove his victory wasn't a fluke. It's that overzealousness that cost both McGinnis and Vegas dearly as Shade, flying under the radar, gets underneath both men and eliminates them both!
    Jonathan McGinnis and Johnny Vegas have been eliminated!

    Shade looks pleased that he not only eliminated two men, but got a measure of revenge against McGinnis...RIGHT up until he fell victim to The Echo's Stereo Superkicks! Shade is eliminated!

    Shade has been eliminated!

    The Echo are so high on themselves. They feel like, with only Wake and Horrowitz remaining, that they have already won. They point to the Five Star Attraction sign like idiots and perform even more crotch chops. Finally, FINALLY, the madness ends as Harrison Wake is able to grab both of the Connors and toss them over the top rope. When The Echo try to hang on, Wake just boots those smug little bastards off! At least for tonight, Harrison Wake is a hero of the people!

    Drew and Ethan Connor have been eliminated!

    However, Wake's journey ends as Horrowitz, who had been skulking in the corner, dropkicks Wake in the back and sends him tumbling. History is made as Michelle von Horrowitz has won the WrestleRoyale!!!

    Harrison Wake has been eliminated!

    Lindsay Monahan
    : Here is your winner of the 2015 WrestleRoyale...MICHELLE VON HORROWITZ!

    The crowd is on their feet as they bear witness to a historic rise! Michelle von Horrowitz has gone from newcomer to WORLD TITLE CONTENDER! The woman they call "Dreamer" is on her knees, gazing at the sea of fans as her eyes focus on the Five Star Attraction sign. She raises her hands to it, as if it were calling to her. And in this case, it is.

    The first woman to win the WrestleRoyale now looks to become the first female World Heavyweight Champion of CWA at the biggest event of the year.

    But in her way? A Kaiju who now holds the prize...
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    Goodness, one hell of an event! Awesome, awesome read.

    Can't wait to read the RPs for this one - sounds like a lot of peeps put out their A-game.


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    Yeah this was a killer show guys. I want to give a proper review later but for now I'll just say it was awesome to see Gabrielle have such a strong showing.





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    For the sake of avoiding sidebar spoilers. Went to check and it still shows so more garbage pre posting nonsense here. Really hate that sidebar. Asshole sidebar. You asshole you. I think I'm good now.

    Holy fuck. I did not expect Horrowitz to win or even go that far. Soon as I saw McGinnis out, I was suspecting a Wake victory. A very huge "what?!" moment. Gotta read that RP.

    As for McGinnis/Snowmantashi, I was pessimistic heading in and only got around to believing I had a chance at victory when McGinnis had a chain of momentum and was hitting all his big maneuvers because wrestling logic meant I'd probably get a finisher attempt too and that I did. I'm looking forward to a rematch in the future and glad to lift up the belt with a guy who's been an incredibly challenging dude to write for. Also looking forward to an even more David/Goliath affair with Michelle.

    Other note, can't wait for Harrison Wake vs. Craig Owens. Curious to see what happens next with Pain. Wonder if he'd any pissed off by Echo as most of the roster probably is by now. Did Iceman not show? Also intrigued by Nate Savage's story.

    Great show, Cyrus and Jimmy. Iron man you did.

    EDIT: Just read Horrowitz RP, and its definitely a well-deserved victory, the basic avatar and username made me misjudge . Anxious now

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    Re: CWA LIVE Presents: WrestleRoyale

    A three hundred pound monster vs a 5ft 5in 150 pound Carey Mulligan.

    Well this ought be interesting


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    So...again, apologies for the delay. As several of you heard me vent about in the Shoutbox, this event is always a pain in the ass due primarily to the WrestleRoyale being such a HUGE bitch to write. Circumstances this year just made it more difficult to properly communicate and make this process smoother.

    Bottom line: Fuck Royal Rumble-style Battle Royales and I hope this show is to your liking. It was about 3 AM EST that I finally got this up, so I apologize for any discrepancies.

    Regardless, I intend to get a card up for AR tonight.

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    I just returned from my trip and I must give massive props to Cyrus for getting this show up and posted. All kudos and reps go to him for this tremendous showing, way to go partner.

    I'll echo Cyrus' sentiments with apologizing to everyone for the delay. I promise we'll be get back on track, but it'll take some time so please bear with us.


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    Wow... unexpected but awesome! Don't worry about the delay guys, I think everyone understands how time-consuming something like this would be. Good match, Elijah and Harrison.

    Looking forward to the showdown...

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    (also, I think there may have been 31 in the Royale... two entrants at #16? :P)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSaiyan View Post
    Wow... unexpected but awesome! Don't worry about the delay guys, I think everyone understands how time-consuming something like this would be. Good match, Elijah and Harrison.

    Looking forward to the showdown...



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    (also, I think there may have been 31 in the Royale... two entrants at #16? :P)
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    Okay...Isaac Richmann gave Clint Shepard an honorary spot in the Royale, especially since Nate Savage was kind of a dick to him. THERE! Plot hole erased.

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    Re: CWA LIVE Presents: WrestleRoyale

    Also Eight Eliminations for The Echo. Correct me if I'm wrong but that sounds like a record.

    Confirm?
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    Also Eight Eliminations for The Echo. Correct me if I'm wrong but that sounds like a record.

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    Drew has 8, Ethan has 7. We know who the weaker brother is.

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    Re: CWA LIVE Presents: WrestleRoyale

    Amazing show guys. Top to bottom, a thriller. Nice to see Gabrielle show strong.

    As I read the Royale, I thought Shade would win it.


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    Damn that was crazy! I was thinking (maybe foolishly) Prince Pain was going all the way, that would have been monumental. Either way it was such a thrill leading up to elimination I didn't even care, that was ultrasupermegaawesome! What a bad ass match! It was just as enthralling to the finish.

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    Will we see Promo's for this show?
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