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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    All things considered, that might've been the best way to get the title off Rhino without him outright losing to Corino. There's clearly no one that feels on his level to beat Rhino straight up, so by having him lose the title without losing, it actually feels more believable. The earlier hidden camera bit makes Corino look like a total snake, having made it clear that he would only go for the title AFTER Rhino lost it. Given the way you booked the match too, there's probably enough plausible deniability there for Cyrus to say he had nothing to do with it and try to keep Rhino on side for a little bit longer, seeing as it was Corino's cronies that ended up helping him and not the entire Network.

    FBI/York & Matthews looks like a feud to hopefully get the young guys further up the food chain and a feud for them to really get invested in, which is a good thing. Not sure what the future hold for Jerry Lynn now that he's out of the TV title scene, and it would appear he's not much use now for the Network. With him teaming with Credible in one of the future shows, it'd be kinda funny if you packed the two of them into a team, considering their history and the fact you hate them both, lol. But at the same time, Credible should be right in the title picture, calling for his shot seeing as he was #1 Contender when he got injured.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    I'm definitely looking forward to a true midcard TV Title scene of your young whippersnappers (no, not you, Mikey), and just letting then tear down the house. That will definitely be interesting to watch. I get why you don't like Lynn to much, he's just you everyday bland technical wrestler really, but man I fucking love him, so fuck you :P

    I'm definitely sitting and waiting on the ECW Title stuff. I really thought you were going to have your full Rhino turn here with The Network ditching him here because Cyrus finally thinks he's too much of a liability + he's not the monster he was. I think you're still going to tell that story though, so I'm certainly waiting to see what happens. Having Rhino still in The Network actually will make for some more fun in the interim because of how great of a chickenshit Steve Corino is. The more I watch Corino, the more I just love the guy.

    I always saw Rhino losing this match, but not in this style. I'm looking for more bay-bay!

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    ECW Hardcore TV
    August 4th, 2001
    Birmingham, Alabama

    The show begins with a local jobber standing in the middle of the ring, and he’s introduced as JAIDYN GRUNDY. The young man looks slightly nervous yet pumped up, ready for action, when the former ECW Champion RHINO storms down the ramp and slides into the ring. Grundy doesn’t really know what to do, looking a little dumbfounded...

    SO RHINO CHARGES THROUGH HIM WITH A SAVAGE GORE!!!

    The fans react with an EPIC face pop for Rhino as he destroys the younger. In a potentially more vicious mood than normal, Rhino immediately grabs the kid and drags him through the ropes and onto the ring apron...

    BEFORE DRILLING HIM WITH A PILEDRIVER...

    OFF OF THE APRON AND THROUGH THE FUCKING TIMEKEEPER’S TABLE!!!

    Despite the sheer brutality, as he slides back into the ring, the fans chant him name, completely behind him taking out his frustrations on no longer being the ECW Champ. Rhino grabs a microphone but before he can begin speaking, ‘Damage Control’ is on the outside of the ring, checking on the poor, dead jobber.

    Not wasting any time, Rhino screams at the top of his lungs, “STEVE CORINO, GET YOUR FUCKING ASS OUT HERE SO I CAN BREAK YOUR GOD DAMN NECK”. More cheers from the fans as Rhino awaits the arrival of the new ECW Champion, but he smartly doesn’t show up.

    Instead, the leader of The Network, CYRUS hesitantly makes his way down the ramp, accompanied by a bucket load of a security. Cyrus realises that his charge is clearly unhinged right now, and he requests for Rhino to calm down.

    As Cyrus climbs onto the ring apron, Rhino immediately issues him a stern warning. “IF YOU GET IN THIS RING, I’LL BREAK YOUR FUCKING NECK AS WELL!!! EVERYBODY INVOLVED WITH LAST WEEK IS GOING TO FUCKING DIE... STEVE CORINO... JACK VICTORY... THE GIRLS WITH THE TITS... THE SANDMAN... TOMMY DREAMER... CW ANDERSON... AND FINALLY... YOU”!!!

    Realising the seriousness of the situation, Cyrus ops to remain on the ramp, but still attempts to talk some sense into his Network member. Cyrus talks about how last week was an accident. Corino was there to help Rhino retain the title, and in trying to prevent The Sandman or Tommy Dreamer from stealing it, Corino accidentally one. Rhino shakes his head in disbelief as Cyrus continues on the same path, claiming that The Network isn’t opposed to Steve Corino being the ECW Champion, but they understand that Rhino was ROBBED. Rhino was screwed by Tommy Dreamer and The Sandman, but Steve Corino will be more than happy to defend the ECW Championship against Rhino at a future pay per view event.

    This is seemingly the first sign of good news for Rhino, as he demands that Cyrus books the match then, and lets him destroy Sandman and Dreamer in the meantime. Suddenly, Cyrus gets a solemn look on his face as he says he can’t book it for Anarchy Rulz, as before last week’s main event, he had already drawn up the contract for the main event at Anarchy Rulz.

    Apparently The Network wanted something big for their triumphant return to Atlanta. According to Cyrus, at Anarchy Rulz it will be the return of ULTIMATE JEAPORDY but with a huge twist. It will be two teams of five men, The Network versus the original ECW, AND WHOEVER SCORES THE WINNING PINFALL IN THAT MATCH WILL FACE STEVE CORINO FOR THE ECW CHAMPIONSHIP AT NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER!!!

    Rhino looks torn at this announcement, not happy with not getting his title rematch immediately. Sensing he needs to sweeten the deal, Cyrus adds on that this will be the perfect opportunity for Rhino to gain revenge, as the ECW team will consist of five men who he hates. Their team will be The Sandman, Tommy Dreamer, Kid Kash and Eye Balls!!! Cyrus tries to sweeten the deal even further, claiming that The Network is still all about Rhino, and that’s why Rhino will be The Network’s team captain, and standing behind him will be CW Anderson, Justin Credible, Jerry Lynn, and the ECW Champion Steve Corino!!!

    Now that the announcement is complete, Rhino seems to have calmed down quite a bit. He agrees to lead the team but adds that if he gets screwed, they’re all dead.

    Cyrus meekly nods as Rhino hops out of the ring...

    AND RHINO BARGES THROUGH MEMBERS OF CYRUS’S SECURITY TEAM!!!

    As Rhino walks past, Cyrus attempts to backtrack out of the way...

    BUT RHINO GRABS CRYUS BY HIS NECK TIE!!!

    CYRUS LOOKS AS IF HE’S CRAPPING HIS PANTS... AS RHINO GETS RIGHT IN HIS FACE!!!

    “The Network isn’t ECW and Steve Corino isn’t ECW, none of these FUCKING IDIOTS are ECW, RHINO IS ECW... I AM ECW... I AM THE NETWORK... NOBODY STANDS UP TO ME... NOBODY SCREWS WITH ME... SAY MY FUCKING NAME RIGHT NOW... WHO’S THE REAL CHAMP... WHO’S THE LEADER... WHO’S THE MAN... SAY IT”!!!

    A scared shitless Cyrus responds as confidently as he can, “RHINO”!!!

    The former champ yells “YOU’RE FUCKING RIGHT”!!!

    With his message well and truly sent, Rhino lets go of Cyrus’ tie...

    ONLY TO SHOVE HIM IN THE CHEST... SENDING HIM TUMBLING INTO HIS SECURITY ENTOURAGE!!!

    As a freaked out, worried Cyrus scurries to recover, Rhino just scoffs and leaves, still on side with The Network, but clearly with his own needs at the front of his mind...

    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-

    When we return from the break, CYRUS is now standing inside of the ring, still receiving heaps of heat from the fans. It’s worth noting that he’s dismissed his security for the night, having seemingly gotten past what they were required for. In less of a good mood, Cyrus doesn’t beat around the bush, immediately calling out HC Loc, and HC LOC makes his way out to severe heat, donned in casual clothing.

    Loc gets MAJOR heat from the fans as he was a bit part in dismissing RVD from ECW. Loc looks kind of sheepish as Cyrus begins talking about the heat Loc is receiving from the audience but also from the ECW boys in the back. Cyrus admits that Loc sold out at Heatwave but it wasn’t Loc’s fault. He was out of work and needed a way back into ECW so he bent over for The Network. Loc puts his head down, depressed and clearly upset with what he’s done, whilst Cyrus adds “it’s not your fault, everybody bends over to The Network”.

    Cyrus continues on, clearly not really caring about the emotional trauma that Loc is going through. Cyrus says that Loc has been rehired as a wrestler and a referee and Cyrus needs to make sure Loc won’t try and change his mind. Loc looks a little confused when Cyrus announces that HC Loc’s first match back in action will take place right now.

    The leader of The Network points towards the entrance ramp and HOMICIDE steps through the curtain and heads towards the ring. Loc knows he’s in trouble but tries to brace himself, whilst Cyrus motions behind Loc’s back that if Homicide takes him out (throat slash gesture), he’ll get paid some serious cash (rubbing fingers together).

    Cyrus gets out of the ring and just before Homicide can get in, the only real Network referee DANNY DANIELS slides into the ring, ready to referee this match. On commentary, Joey Styles and Joel Gertner talk about how Homicide is a deadly mercenary, but they also talk about how HC Loc was used by The Network, and now it seems he’s about to be abused.

    Match One
    HC Loc vs. Homicide

    Yeah, so I’m pretty sure you can all predict how this one is going to go. Right from the get go, Homicide DESTROYS HC Loc. It’s as one sided as a contest can be, and Homicide gets to show how vicious he can be, DRILLING A FORK REPEATEDLY INTO THE HEAD OF HC LOC, BUSTING HIM WIDE OPEN!!!

    As the beating continues and Çide uses a steel chair and the ring bell hammer to continue his assault, Gertner and Styles lose it on commentary. They talk about how referee Danny Daniels has been calling DQ’s for ridiculous reasons all year, but somehow, watching this beating is okay.

    Eventually, Homicide simply mounts HC Loc, and pummels him over and over again with punches, causing Loc’s face to now be a crimson mask.

    After Homicide punches himself out, he drags Loc into position...

    AND FINISHES HIM OFF WITH THE COP KILLA!!!

    HOMICIDE WITH THE COVER...

    1...2...3!!!

    Winner – Homicide @ 3:36

    There is no celebration from Homicide as he simply nods his head, and barely allows Danny Daniels to raise his hand in victory. Homicide takes one last look at his handy work, ignoring the heat from the fans as he scoffs at HC Loc and makes his way to the back. In his words, he mentions that it’s time to go collect his pay check.

    Meanwhile, HC Loc is barely moving inside of the ring and ‘Damage Control’ is out for the second time tonight already. After performing an initial assessment, they place HC Loc into a neck brace and onto a stretcher, before taking him out of the arena. The saddest part in all of this, the fans don’t even care, as they’d much rather RVD still be around then HC Loc.

    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-

    We’re in the backstage area when we return, where the fan favourite team of EYE BALLS have some things on their mind regarding being named members of ‘Team ECW’ for Anarchy Rulz. PCO remains rather silent throughout, just nodding in agreement as Mahoney starts off very passionately, stating that he knows Pierre is still pretty new around these parts, but Balls has been busting his ass here for four years, so he feels like they have earned the right to represent ECW at Anarchy Rulz.

    And it doesn’t matter that this really is just a way for The Network to cover up and distract Rhino from what took place last week, it still means everything to ECW. Mahoney takes a few deep breaths before delivering his finishing line with all sorts of intensity, “The Network is going to find out that three originals, one insane redneck kid with shiny pants, and one tough as fuck one eyed bastard aren’t gonna’ roll over for them. We WILL win and then one of us will bring the ECW Title HOME at November To Remember”.

    Both men nod in agreement, pumped to be a part of team ECW, and having sent the message that they needed to...

    Match Two
    Danny Doring vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri


    As these two begin with a slight feeling out process, the respect between the two clear for all to see, the commentators clarify the tag title picture as it currently is. At Anarchy Rulz, Tajiri and Mikey Whipwreck will defend the tag titles against Doring and Roadkill, however in the build up, the team members have been paired up in a series of one on one matches. In the spirit of competitions, both teams have agreed that the singles matches will take place without their partners at ringside.

    Now that’s out of the way, Doring did pretty well here, keeping up with Tajiri throughout the contest, however Doring was feeling worse for wear a few times after wearing some of Tajiri’s insane kicks to the face and body.

    Despite the kicks, Doring scores some near falls...

    BEFORE ATTEMPTING THE BACKPACK STUNNER...

    BUT TAJIRI FOUGHT HIS WAY TO SEPARATION...

    ONLY FOR DORING TO WALK STRAIGHT BACK INTO A ROUNDHOUSE KICK!!!

    DORING CONVENIENTLY FALLS TO HIS KNEES...

    BUZZSAW KICK!!!

    Doring is out of it but one half of the tag champions wants to send a lesson, as ‘The Japanese Buzzsaw’ drags the lifeless Doring back up...

    AND CONNECTS WITH A BRAINBUSTER!!!

    TAJIRI HOOKS THE LEG...

    1...2...3!!!

    Winner – Yoshihiro Tajiri @ 14:50

    Tajiri celebrates to the cheers of the crowd, as another fan favourite, Doring remains down, and we head to a commercial break, with the tag team champions having all the momentum in the world...

    -COMMERCIAL BREAK-

    Much like after the previous break, we come back to the backstage area, except this time it’s the ECW Television Champion LOW KI who wants to get something off his chest. Low Ki adjusts the title around his waist before making it clear that he isn’t an original member of the ECW but he also wants nothing to do with The Network, he represents the new generation.

    He goes even further, claiming that he is here to fight the best. “Whether it’s an old ECW stalwart like Tommy Dreamer or The Sandman, a monster like Rhino, a big man like PCO or Balls Mahoney, peers like Bryan Danielson and Christopher Daniels, or even an old acquaintance like Homicide, I’m here to fight and beat them all”. No matter which challenger steps up to the plate, Ki guarantees he will beat them all, because it’s not the size of the fighter that matters.

    Before Low Ki can continue, a furious looking JERRY LYNN barges into the shot, immediately pointing at the Television Championship. “That’s MY title”...

    The actual champion looks at the title and raises his eyebrows, simply stating “it’s got my name on it... Because I beat you TWICE”!!!

    An irritated Lynn challenges Low Ki to face him one more time next week, but before Ki can respond...

    LOW KI GETS SPUN AROUND...

    AND POPPED WITH A MASSIVE LEFT HAND FROM CW ANDERSON!!!

    As Lynn watches on with delight, Anderson picks up the dazed Low Ki...

    ONLY TO THROW HIM THROUGH THE INTERVIEW SET!!!

    Anderson stands over the downed Low Ki, revelling in the carnage that he has caused. With Lynn by his side, CW tells Low Ki that he will be the one facing Low Ki for the TV Title next week.

    As they go to walk away, CW pats Lynn on the chest and tells him not to worry. “We’ll get the title back to The Network no matter what”.

    CW smirks and walks off, with Lynn closely behind, however Lynn clearly looks miserable and not happy with the idea that somebody else could be holding his title in the future...

    ...

    On commentary, JOEY STYLES AND JOEL GERTNER run down the card for next week’s edition of ECW Hardcore TV. The match card currently looks like this:

    Mikey Whipwreck vs. Roadkill
    Christopher Daniels vs. Spike Dudley III

    And just announced from the office of Cyrus:

    Low Ki will defend the ECW Television Championship against CW Anderson...

    ...

    Match Three
    CW Anderson and Justin Credible vs. Eye Balls

    Despite not being able to win the tag titles as of yet, Eye Balls again show that they are quite the team, using their awesome, unorthodox move set to beat the hell out of Anderson and Credible in the early stages. With all four men being a part of the huge Ultimate Jeopardy match at Anarchy Rulz, there feels like there is a lot at stake here, so The Network’s team fight back by cheating and occasionally stalling to halt Eye Balls’ momentum.

    As expected with, well, any ECW match really, it breaks down and becomes an all out war. Whilst the chaos picks up, JERRY LYNN comes out from the back, bringing a steel chair with him. Lynn communicates with Anderson and holds the chair against the ropes...

    AS CW GRABS PCO AND LOOKS TO THROW HIM HEAD FIRST INTO THE CHAIR...

    BUT PCO REVERSES THE MOMENTUM, SENDING ANDERSON CRASHING INTO THE CHAIR!!!

    Lynn can’t believe it and is in complete shock, before he gets turned around by KID KASH!!!

    KK lands a few right hands, before rolling Jerry Lynn into the ring!!!

    The referee is distracted with Lynn being in the ring, and before Credible can react, Kash yanks him off of the apron. Credible swings with a right hand, Kash ducks, lands a kick to the gut...

    AND FOLLOWS IT UP WITH A DDT ON THE CONCRETE FLOOR!!!

    Having gotten some semblance of revenge on Credible, Kash leaves the ringside area. Meanwhile, inside of the ring, Lynn is up to his feet...

    ONLY TO GET CRUSHED WITH A CHAIR SHOT FROM BALLS MAHONEY!!!

    With Lynn and Credible both out of it now, CW stumbles back to his feet...

    BUT BALLS TAKES HIM OUT WITH THE NUTCRACKER SUITE!!!

    PCO FOLLOWS UP WITH LE CANNONBALL FROM THE TOP ROPE!!!

    PCO MAKES THE COVER...

    1...2...3!!!

    Winners – Eye Balls @ 13:19

    The match is over and Eye Balls have picked up an impressive victory. They celebrate inside of the ring, enjoying the chants from the fans, whilst all three members of The Network remain down on the outside.

    Cyrus will be fuming, it’s not a good start for The Network in the build to Anarchy Rulz, will they be able to turn this around.

    END OF SHOW

    ***

    Current Card for ECW Anarchy Rulz
    September 9th, 2001
    Atlanta, Georgia

    Ultimate Jeopardy – Winner challenges Steve Corino for the ECW Championship at November To Remember:

    Team ECW (Eye Balls, Kid Kash, The Sandman and Tommy Dreamer) vs. The Network (CW Anderson, Jerry Lynn, Justin Credible, Rhino and Steve Corino)

    ECW World Tag Team Championship Match:
    The Unholy Alliance (c) defends against Danny Doring and Roadkill








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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    One hell of an opening promo… Rhino being, essentially, a babyface but still with the Network is an interesting dynamic… The moment that he finally lands a GORE to Cyrus is going to be huge… I really enjoy that you didn’t jump the gun and make Rhino a full fledged babyface coming out of the PPV was great… and I love that you are waiting for N2R for the eventual Rhino vs. Corino match… good long term booking

    You really make Cyrus into a complete dick of a heel… like he has so much on his plate with being the leader of the Network, but you make everything work. Homicide being a mercenary for hire is fun and idk if u still have New Jack around, but the potential feud there will be money… HC Loc being destroyed was just a storyline for a squash match

    Cool little promo from Balls to put over the Ultimate Jeopardy match… easy booking for the tag team scene doing the one on one matches… simple, but effective… not much of a story right now, but the possibilities are there.

    Good little segment to get the TV Title story over… Jerry Lynn wants the title back, but Cyrus doesn’t think he can win it back, so he puts other members of the Network against Low Ki… There is a upswell of pissed off Network members that Cyrus has to be careful of…

    Interesting to have Eye Ballz defeat CW and Justin, but I think it was needed to make Eye Ballz credible in the ultimate Jeopardy match as they were the only ones that I was iffy about when the match was announced…

    Overall, good show and was a nice quick read which I liked


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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Oh man, "the girl with the tits" in the opening promo absolutely got me. Too funny. I love how you've totally made Rhino the biggest babyface on the roster without changing a thing about him, or even having him "turn". He just went from despised to beloved organically. Beautiful. You've also done a great job at naturally giving Rhino a reason not to leave the Network, but without compromising anything that's going on. Cyrus is clearly using him, but not in a way that makes Rhino look bad for almost-buying it. He sees it's still in his interests as he can get a piece of the people he wants. That's great.

    Very promo heavy start to the show, but makes sense to group it all in to one big thing. Interesting twist for HC Loc, and I really like the story, but as the guy who screwed RVD out of the company it's going to be hard to back him, especially when he's a pretty terrible wrestler. That said, I do love that attention is being given to a guy the WWE would never touch (after all, Heyman's booking was all about polishing turds), and Homicide continues to look awesome.

    CW targeting Low Ki is a good solid idea. Lynn is done as a credible challenger, but someone from the Network needs the shot. Ergo, CW. Works for me. Shame that he lost in the main, though, and with nothing to do with Low Ki. You'd have thought you wanted to push him in the run up to the title match, and have Credible look good given he's back now. But good to see Eye Balls look strong, at least.

    Overall, a decent enough show. The highlight was at the start with Rhino, but the rest of it put the pieces in place pretty well now we're on the road to Anarchy Rules. Should be a great event, and I'm really pleased that this isn't dead even though you're struggling for time these days.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    I do like the manipulation here with the matches booked. Obviously Cyrus made these matches after Corino won to protect him from rhino as long as possible, but you executed the misdirection well. This was just an all around great promo. I love that you're essentially going to book War Games in Atlanta too. That's just peak Paul Heyman in a fuck you to the dead WCW.

    I think you really made the HC Loc stuff a lot better with this. Portraying him as a man so desperate he'd do anything was good, and the next level heel work by Cyrus to immediately feed him to Homicide to write him out all over again was just great heel work for the real big bad.

    Eye Balls feel like they're only in this Ultimate Jeopardy match because you love PCO. Doring and Roadkill, essentially the only graduates from House of Hardcore, really belong in this match, and I think you definitely dropped the ball with this choice. You want ECW? How about the guys who came through their school, who put rings together every night, survived the torture of Tommy and Taz? Books itself with the match you have.

    I'm honestly over the Unholy Alliance at this point. It's time for new Champions. Tajiri also getting to mix it up with the new kids also is great.

    Hahaha man, you just hate Lynn. I love the bait and switch with CW taking the spot from Lynn. Low Ki is a simple enough character to get across, but the Network stuff was done very well here.

    Solid enough main event to start the work towards Ultimate Jeopardy. Kid Kash gets some level of revenge on Credible, and the faces get a happy win. Plus, Lynn gets to look more incompetent :P

    Overall, not much needed to happen tonight because you're building up to a new long plan here without RVD, and a title less Rhino. It's definitely starting. That opener promo with Rhino was just so fun.

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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    Great show man I am fully behind Rhyno to kill Cryus and The Network. Looking foward to more shows as you are one of my fav btbs at the moment.


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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    ECW Hardcore TV Preview
    August 11th, 2001
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    ~ Low Ki defends the ECW Television Championship against CW Anderson

    ~ Mikey Whipwreck vs. Roadkill

    ~ And to kick start the show, Christopher Daniels vs. Spike Dudley III








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    Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling by Stojy

    The Girls With The Tits” is winning the line of the year award from me and it’s only May. Not the direction I expected this angle to take, but I love it. There’s plenty of mileage to get out of keeping Rhino in the Network for now, and have Cyrus trying to keep him onside in a “keep your enemies close” kind of way, rather than instantly having Rhino chasing the Network after last week. Cyrus dangling the carrot of a title shot for the winner of Ultimate Jeopardy is exactly the kind of thing that’ll keep Rhino on board, but he’s definitely getting screwed over and someone else is getting that pin at Anarchy Rulz imo. FUCK YEAH; RHINO IS ECW!!! That was an awesome close to the segment, and for me, Rhino is well on his way to taking back the ‘Best Booked Individual’ award for 2019.

    Homicide is really looking like a dangerous individual. You’re doing a wonderful job in establishing him, and you’ve even got me feeling sorry for HC Loc despite him screwing RVD at Heatwave.

    Good to hear from Eye Balls on being placed into the big match at the PPV. They’ve been a highlight over the past year, and definitely deserve the spot, but it was good that you addressed it here anyway. Tajiri & Doring is a solid match for TV, and keeps things ticking along before the two best teams in the company battle it out again.

    Ha ha ha – poor Jerry Lynn. This guy can’t catch a break. CW Anderson stepping in and doing what he couldn’t in laying out Low Ki was bad enough, but CW getting the title shot now confirms just how little faith The Network have in Lynn, and I have to wonder for how much longer they’ll persist with him in the ranks. No doubt he’ll get the blame for Anderson colliding with the chair he brought to the ring for the main event too.

    Main event in itself was a decent match up, serving as the initial teaser for Ultimate Jeopardy, featuring the run ins from Lynn and Kash whilst leaving the four ‘major’ names out of the picture, I thought, was a good idea. Don’t want to give everything away in week one. Eye Balls winning makes all the sense in the world too – they’re the experienced full time team, and Anderson & Credible aren’t. Just all solid stuff. Given how this Ultimate Jeopardy will dominate TV for the next few weeks, I’m glad you played it relatively safe on this show rather than going all out with everyone running in on week one and mass brawls etc. Plenty of time to get to that.

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