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Old 04-18-2014, 11:25 PM   #1
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TEW 2013 - A New Eisen in Town

This is a dynasty that will be played using Total Extreme Warfare 2013. For this dynasty I will be using Eric Eisen as a user character and playing as owner of the SWF.

In the interests of full disclosure, TEW 2013 has been a hard game for me to get into as I feel like the game world that the game shipped with was the least exciting version of the default database I have ever played with. A recent update to the default roster has caught my attention and I think I want to write a SWF dynasty. This will be a small dynasty with as little frills as possible(really, I hope you enjoy reading....but I'm not Vince McMahon, I know what I want to do...sometimes I may not be the best story guy to get there.)

I’ve been playing this game series for almost two decades at this point so I know my way around the game well. That being said, this is the version I am least familiar with. This is my first serious attempt at playing this version. I am playing with the Perfect Show Theory on. It is probably the most controversial feature in the game, and for good reason. I have times when I nail it, I have times when it bites me in the ass. For better or worse….it is on.
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:26 PM   #2
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Richard Eisen, the 59 year old owner of the Supreme Wrestling Federation has sold his company to his son Eric Eisen. It had long been rumored that Richard was on his way out as owner due to a pending tax evasion investigation, but it still comes as a shock that the company was not given to his oldest son Jerry Eisen who works for the promotion behind the scenes. The Supreme Wrestling Federation is the largest and most successful wresting promotion in the world. We will continue to update this story as more news comes in.

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Old 04-18-2014, 11:27 PM   #3
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Wrestling scene in the United States. (Most of this is pulled straight out of the game.)
In the United States of America there are currently three promotions that could be described as bigger than Indy Wrestling. In terms of size and importance they would rank in the following order.

1. Supreme Wrestling Federation

The Supreme Wrestling Federation is the most famous wrestling promotion in the world, and have been the dominant force in wrestling for well over a quarter of a century.

Created by the ruthless and controversial Richard Eisen, he used the concept of “Sports Entertainment” to almost single-handedly destroy the territorial system that had existed in America for many years and create the most successful promotion that had ever existed

In recent years they have been dogged by persistent rivals Total Championship Wrestling and Sam Strong’s fast-rising USPW, but have managed to remain the #1 promotion in not only the USA, but also the world. It remains to be seen what kind of impact Richard Eisen stepping down and selling the company will have on the company’s fortune.

The main draw in the company is Jack Bruce. Jack Bruce is the biggest wrestling star in the United States currently and recently signed the most lucrative contract in pro wrestling history. Bruce is the without a doubt, the most charismatic wrestler in the world.


2. Total Championship Wrestling

Founded in 1996, Total Championship Wrestling (then known as HGC) was originally intended as an attempt to take on America’s most dominant promotion, the SWF, in a head-to-head war by closely mimicking their patented “Sports Entertainment” system and using big names like the legendary Sam Strong to draw in viewers. Although the company did manage to establish itself as a thorn in the SWF’s side, it never really was a threat to dethrone the SWF.

In late 2004 the ownership of the company passed to a group of investors led by legendary wrestler Tommy Cornell; realizing that fighting SWF at their own game was doomed to failure, he began the process of rebuilding TCW as a more traditional wrestling promotion, putting more emphasis on quality wrestling and athletic ability, in essence creating an “anti-SWF” with which to fight them.

The main draw for TCW is owner and wrestler Tommy Cornell. Cornell is arguably the best worker of his entire generation. A mixed tape of the best matches in US wrestling for any given year is likely to feature Cornell in atleast half of them.


3. United States Pro Wrestling

Since its formation in 2001, United States Pro Wrestling has been one of America’s fastest rising promotions, offering its fans a family-friendly product that is heavily based in the 1980s wrestling nostalgia and unabashed patriotism.

In August 2006, its owner Danny Jillefski realized he had taken the company as far as he could, and struck a business deal with his friend, the legendary Sam Strong. Strong became the new owner, and his reputation alone got the company its first TV deal, resulting in a lot of new fans. Since then the promotion has gone from strength to strength, with its new owner quickly proving himself to be a surprisingly good businessman, and they’ve become the first company to seriously threaten the SWF-TCW domination of American wrestling.

Their main draws are the 67 year old former 4 time SWF World Heavyweight Champion and former 4 time TCW World Heavyweight Champion, Sam Strong. Strong still makes regular appearances on the broadcasts in a non-wrestling role. Recently, young Nicky Champion has become USPW’s top draw from a wrestling standpoint. Many are starting to refer to him as “USPW’s Icon.” Champion is the process of becoming wrestling’s next big breakout star. Many insiders have referred to him as a young Jack Bruce.
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:28 PM   #4
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The SWF Roster

(f)=Face/Good Guy
(h)=Heel/Bad Guy

SWF World Heavyweight Champion: Jack Bruce
SWF North American Champion: Squeeky McClean
SWF World Tag Team Champions: Hero Squad (Captain Atomic and Jungle Lord)

Main Event

Christian Faith(f)

-The 47 year old Faith has been a fixture in SWF since the 1980s. He is a former 4 time SWF World Heavyweight Champion…but it is clear that the end is near.

Jack Bruce(f)

-The SWF World Heavyweight Champion and #1 star in the world. Bruce isn’t the greatest in ring worker, but from an entertainment package…he is the closest thing to The Rock in this world. Bruce has played a Rock Star gimmick for virtually his entire career and is a legit musician. Bruce has never been turned heel. With the “Jack Bruce Era” entering its eight year, many are wondering how long the fans will continue to accept Bruce as THE MAN in professional wrestling.

Marat Khoklov(h)

-The Russian Giant Marat Khoklov is a 7+ foot tall giant of solid muscle. Marat works a part time schedule and rarely appears on TV broadcasts.

Remo(h)

-Remo is a powerhouse of a wrestler and a former SWF World Heavyweight Champion. Remo is considered a Bad Ass and is known for his athleticism and high impact style. He is the most bankable heel in the SWF, and is still quite young at just 31. Remo was 28 when he captured his SWF World Heavyweight Championship, and he headlined The Supreme Challenge that same year.

Rich Money(h)

-Rich Money is one of the better technical wrestlers in the SWF. His gimmick is a rich guy who can basically buy anyone and anything. He got an SWF World Heavyweight Championship run in 2011.

Steve Frehley(f)

-Steve Frehley is a hard hitting Bad Ass who will never back down from a fight. Frehley is a two time SWF World Heavyweight Champion and is actually coming off his best run in SWF. He lost his title to Jack Bruce at last years The Supreme Challenge 33 in the Main Event. Frehley has headlined the event three straight years. Despite SWF going to extreme measures to create another Jack Bruce…Jack Bruce Steve Frehley is not.

Vengeance(h)

-The monster Vengeance is the psychotic alter-ego of Skull DeBones. Vengeance is an extremely large man (6’10”) and plays a brutal Vigilante as either a face (Skull DeBones) or a heel (Vegeance). The 42 year old Vengeance is one of the iconic members of the SWF and is a former SWF World Heavyweight Champion. He is known for particularly brutal angles and gimmick matches. In Kayfabe land, earning a match against Vengeance likely means you pissed off an authority figure.

Upper Mid Card

Angry Gilmore(f)

-Tom “Angry” Gilmore is one of the most celebrated technical wrestlers in the world. He won the coveted Burning Junior Championship in Japan before joining the SWF. In the SWF he is a former four time North American Champion…but there is this feeling that Gilmore is destined for bigger things. As the best technical worker on the roster there has to be bigger things in his future, right? Gilmore is not a one dimensional technical wrestler, he’s also gifted with entertainment skills as well.

Brandon James(h)

-The Franchise Player Brandon James is the self-proclaimed Franchise Player of SWF. He is a member of Emma Chase’s The Chase Agency. Before joining SWF, Brandon was a major player in the now defunct DAVE. SWF had to pay big to win him away for TCW. James has that Main Event look and feel about him, but he might be a little bit too old (37) to reach reach his absolute peak at this point.

Eric Eisen(h)

-My user character and the owner of the SWF. Eisen is a former SWF World Heavyweight Champion, but backlash from the fans about nepotism have lowered his position down the card. Recently purchased the promotion from his father and is likely to move into an authority figure role. Is still capable of being an everyday wrestler.

Lobster Warrior(f)

-The Crustacean Sensation! Lobster Warrior is actually an extremely skilled technical wrestler, but he puts on the costume and plays the gimmick for the kids. Lobster Warrior is unlikely to be anything greater than a midcarder unless he drops the ridiculous gimmick. Considering his merchandise sales, I would also that is extremely unlikely.

Rogue(h)

-In 2011 Rogue turned on his long time tag partner Valiant and went for a solo career. He later joined Emma Chase’s The Chase Agency where he was a 3 time SWF North American Champion. Rogue has the skills both in the ring and entertainment to be a huge star in the SWF. It is odd that Rogue is a member of a stable, since his own persona is that of a guy who will that anything that is in the best interests….of himself. Rogue is also a former SWF Tag Team Champion with Valiant.

Squeeky McClean(h)

-McClean is a 21 year veteran of professional wrestling and an extremely technically solid performer who is unfortunately bland. McClean plays a Straight Edge hypocrite. He is the current, two time, SWF North American Champion. McClean is unlikely to ever vault up to the Main Event scene due to a combination of his lack of entertainment skills and age (39).

Valiant(f)

-The 33 year old Valiant is already a former SWF Tag Team Champion and a two time SWF North American Champion. The blood feud between Valiant and Rogue after they split as a team waged for a very long time, and although Rogue eventually got the better of him, Valiant is still positioned to be a likely break out star. What separates Valiant from the pack is that “it” factor. He definitely has “it.” He is currently paired with the young Hannah, who is little more than eye candy.
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:28 PM   #5
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Midcard

The Amazing Bumfholes(f)

-The Amazing Bumfholes are second generation superstars and one of the best young duos in the world of professional wrestling. The two are all around in ring talents that could use some work on entertainment skills. It is likely that both of these men could be singles stars in the future and the only thing currently holding them back are the SWF management that would prefer to take it slow with them. They play teen heart throbs. They are former four time SWF World Tag Team Champions. In singles action, Zimmy Bumfhole captured the now defunct SWF Shooting Star Championship in 2006. Despite long tenure in the SWF, the brothers are not quite 30.

Des Davids(f)

-At 6’5” 290lbs, Des Davids has the size to make a serious impact in the SWF. He was a promising college football star before an injury ended his pro dreams and sent him to world of professional wrestling. Davids is noted for his freakish athletic ability. Davids’ gimmick plays up his former football roots. He has an occasional tag team with American Machine. They are former SWF World Tag Team Champions, but as Davids’ career takes off, American Machine merely holds him back. It is likely the two will have a clean split at some point.

Enforcer Roberts(h)

-At 45 years old, the end is near for Roberts. He is a bland but technically solid wrestler and has spent the better part of two decades in the SWF. He never would have made it to the midcard were it not for his gimmick. Since 1998, Enforcer Roberts has played the role of Richard Eisen’s silent assassin. With the departure of Richard Eisen, it remains to be seen what happens with Roberts. He could either transition to an off screen role, or maybe something else….

Frederique Antonio Garcia(h)

-“F. A. G.” as he is known, Frederique is a man who has played many gimmicks and been primarily a tag team wrestler during his career in SWF. In 2006 he took on the persona “F. A. G.” and boosted himself up to the upper reaches of the card. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to last. He now mostly teams with James Prudence as The Platinum Blondes and has fallen down the card. “F. A. G.” plays a flamboyant, borderline homosexual heel. The persona is entirely tasteless and likely the reason his singles run did not work. One thing is for sure, Garcia has the talent…if he could ever get that gimmick to match.

Hero Squad(f)

-Hero squad are Captain Atomic and Jungle Lord. They are the current World SWF Tag Team Champions. Captain Atomic plays a comic book super hero, while Jungle Lord plays a wild man from the jungles of Borneo. Without a doubt, it is one of the oddest pairings in the odd world of professional wrestling, but they have made it work. It is likely that if the team were to ever split, Jungle Lord would find the transition to the upper card easily attainable, while the jury is still out if Atomic has the talent to succeed on his own. That said, it is hard to imagine one of these guys without the other at this point. That in itself is quite a testament to the dedication of wrestling’s odd couple.

James Prudence(h)

-“Platinum” James Prudence is a relative newcomer to SWF after a successful indy career. Since joining SWF he has spent most of his time teaming with Frederique Antonio Garcia as the Platinum Blondes. He plays a suave ladies’ man who is entirely oblivious to the fact that his partner is likely homosexual. It makes for comedic situations, but is likely to drag Prudence down the same way it did Garcia.

Joe Sexy(h)

-41 year old Joe Sexy is a main stay in the SWF. While not a great worker, Sexy has charisma in droves and has always been able to play to the crowd. Sexy plays a Ravishing character who knows he is good looking and isn’t afraid to spend all day telling everyone about it. In 2009 Sexy was turned face for the first time and given a push up the card. It failed miserably. Now Sexy is back in the midcard range, but it is obvious from his recent performances that the end is near. He is not the same worker he once was. That said, he is still gold in skits and on the microphone.

Mark DuBois(h)

-“The Can’t Miss Prospect” as he was dubbed when he debuted, Mark DuBois is arguably the most talented young wrestler in the world. At 26, DuBois has the obvious potential to be THE MAN in the SWF. So why is a guy who is both a phenomenal wrestler and an amazing entertainer stuck in the midcard? DuBois has MAJOR out of the ring issues. DuBois has two drug related suspensions (2010 and 2012) and was involved in a night club fight in 2011 that nearly got him arrested. DuBois has recently managed to stay out of trouble, but rumors persist that he is still on drugs….and he is still the same prick that he always was.

Paul Huntingdon(h)

-Young Paul Huntingdon is the youngest member of Emma Chase’s The Chase Agency and has really seen his status on the card elevated since going the stable. At 28 there is still quite a bit of room for Huntingdon to grow. He is already an above average in ring worker and a really strong entertainer. Many industry insiders have singled Huntingdon out as a guy who could lead the next generation of SWF stars. Huntingdon plays an upper class “Blue Blood” character, but many think he has outgrown this persona since joining The Chase Agency and is likely to drop it sooner rather than later. He is a former SWF World Tag Team Champion with Marc DuBois, but SWF management was quick to drop the pairing between the two once DuBois started to self -destruct.

Lower Midcard

American Machine(f)

-American Machine is a powerhouse wrestler with a true body builder physique. He is a throwback to the 1980’s style. It is both his biggest strength (that look) and weakness (oh god, he’s wrestling now). Recently, Machine was paired with the young Des Davids and the two did capture the SWF World Tag Team Championship, but Davids is starting to move up the card and at best the team is only occasional now. It is likely the team will be split entirely soon, and that will leave Machine to stand on his own. He is managed by BJ O’Neil, the beautiful Hawaiian valet, in hopes that maybe she could help him stand out. So far it has not worked.

The Pain Alliance(h)

-Big Smack Scott and Kurt Laramee make up The Pain Alliance. Scott is arguably the most controversial wrestler in the United States. His time as an indy wrestler saw him get in backstage brawls and gave him a reputation as a true egomaniac. He’s also an admitted steroid user. On top of all of this positive press, the guy is probably the least safe wrestler in the world. He’s injured dozens of workers with his sloppy ring work and ended atleast two careers in the ring. That said…he has “it.” Since joining the SWF roster eight years ago, Scott is a changed man and formed a great midcard duo with Laramee. Unfortunately, Scott’s body is failing him at this point. The wear and tear has added up and he’s basically a shell of the guy who joined the company is 2006. It is unclear if Laramee will be able to survive on his own without Scott…but it clear he will be forced to try extremely soon. The two play street thugs.

Robbie Retro(f)

-Retro is a big 278lb brawler who calls himself “The Disco Stud.” At 27, Retro still has time on his side and could make a profound impact in the SWF. He will likely need to drop the disco gimmick and move away from comedy wrestling in order to realize his true potential.

Openers

The Awesomeness

-Huey Cannonball and Jefferson Stardust and two young indy wrestling sensations who were recently signed to the SWF. SWF has high hopes for each youngest and has given them Rock Star personas that is clearly intended to cash in on the Iconic Jack Bruce. Many find it odd that the SWF has not paired the duo with Bruce at this point.

Everest[h]

-The giant Everest brings very little to the table. He’s the trifecta of useless in the ring, old, and a locker room cancer. Even still, if it were not for age and the fact that is in terminal decline, he would be a useful member of the locker room due to his high menace. Unfortunately for Everest, he got called into Eric’s dressing room on day 1 and was let go.

Quadruple B(h)

-Brett and Bart Biggins are a veteran tag team that is truly better than the sum of their parts. As singles wrestlers, both men would be absolutely lost, but as tag team specialists they fill that niche that they were destined to have. With tag experience rated 100/A+, these two will likely have a spot in SWF as long as they are able to keep working. They are former 4x SWF World Tag Team Champions. They are older than most of the other SWF Tag Teams, and as such tend to come across as slow and prodding in compassion to the rest of the division to the crowd. It is unlikely that will be more than a lower, albeit solid, tag team in SWF.

Enhancement Talent

Marshall Dillon(f)

-Dillon is a big rugged brawler from Texas who plays a cowboy. He is fresh out of SWF’s development territory and looking to make a name for himself on the main roster. Many feel like the big Texan has a legit shot to make a mark in SWF with his look. He isn’t a particularly exciting worker, so if there is one thing that will hold it back, it will be his sloppy ring work.

Justin Sensitive(h)

-Sensitive is a youngster who was promoted to the SWF roster approximately six months ago from development. So far he has appeared in over his head on the main show, but has been a hit backstage. “The boys” seem to love him.
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:29 PM   #6
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Managers

BJ O’Neil

-Clients: American Machine

Dawn The Cheerleader

-Clients: None

Emma Chase

-Leader of The Chase Agency. Emma is a major part of the SWF broadcast.
Clients: Brandon James, Paul Huntington, Rogue


Hannah

-Clients: Valiant

Jessie

-Married to Angry Gilmore in real life.
Clients: None


Announce Team

Peter Michaels, Duane Fry, Ana Garcia

-Michaels and Fry and two of the best PbP men in the business. Michaels is two decades older than Fry and for SWF broadcasts handles the main PbP. Fry and Garcia handle the color commentary.

Pre-Existing Storylines

Valiant vs. Eisen

The Story: Eric Eisen was headed towards a SWF World Heavyweight Championship title shot in late 2013, when an upset loss to Valiant knocked him completely out of the title picture. After the match, Eisen launched an assault that sent Valiant to the hospital. Valiant has returned to TV recently, and appears out for revenge. With Eric Eisen recently purchasing the SWF, it is unclear what will happen with this storyline. Many feel like it could be scrapped entirely.

Frehley vs. The Chase Agency

The Story: The Chase Agency have been using numbers to their advantage to take down rivals for nearly all of 2013. Recently they set their sights on former SWF World Heavyweight Champion, Steve Frehley. Thus far, Frehley has not backed down.

Gilmore vs. Money

The Story: A dream feud for internet fans, two of the great in ring performers in SWF history as butting heads for the first time. The two were longtime allies, however a disagreement created a big rift between the two. Many internet fans hope this is the feud that finally gets Angry Gilmore past the glass ceiling.
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:29 PM   #7
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SWF TV Schedule

SWF Supreme TV – Airs Every Tuesday Night during Prime Time on C.A.N.N. The show is 1 hour and 30 minutes long. C.A.N.N. broadcasts to the entire United States (Including Hawaii and PR), Canada, and Mexico.

SWF PPV Schedule

January – When Hell Freezes Over

February – Nothing to Lose (Historically features the Six Man Ladder Match for “The Contract.” Winner can cash it in anytime on the Road to The Supreme Challenge for a shot at the SWF World Heavyweight Championship. Nothing to Lose is typically considered the start of “The Road to The Supreme Challenge.”)

March – Awesome Impact

April – The World is Watching

May – Welcome to the Jungle (Historically features 30 Man Over the top timed entrance Battle Royal. Winner books his spot in the Main Event at The Supreme Challenge)

June – Master of Puppets (Historically features the Puppet Master Match, a Six Man match inside a Steel Cell. Match starts with two men, another randomly enters every 5 minutes. This is an elimination match.)

July – The Supreme Challenge (The biggest stage in professional wrestling.)

August – Times of Trouble

September – Under Control

October – Let the Games Begin (Featured “War Games” for several years in the late 90s and early 2000s. In recent years, that gimmick has been dropped entirely.)

November – Break Like the Wind

December – Christmas Clash (Historically features 4 vs. 4 Team Elimination matches.)

This year will be The Supreme Challenge 34. Main Events at each of the last five The Supreme Challenges are as follows:

The Supreme Challenge 29: Jack Bruce defeats Vengeance to retain the SWF World Heavyweight Championship
The Supreme Challenge XXX: Jack Bruce defeats Eric Eisen to become the new SWF World Heavyweight Champion
The Supreme Challenge 31: Remo defeats Steve Frehley to retain the SWF World Heavyweight Championship
The Supreme Challenge 32: Steve Frehley defeats Rich Money to become the new SWF World Heavyweight Champion
The Supreme Challenge 33: Jack Bruce defeats Steve Frehley to become the new SWF World Heavyweight Champion
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:31 PM   #8
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I'll give you time to read all of that and start shows tomorrow. There won't be a regular show schedule like one show a day or anything like that. I'll be posting them as I post them. I like to think about the shows for a bit before I run them. I feel I get more creative that way.
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Old 04-19-2014, 01:22 AM   #9
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I'm bored and can't sleep so I think I'm going to go ahead and post my first show.

First, a little about the show rating and how it will effect my promotion. My company popularity is rated as 84 across the United States, 76 in Canada, and 62 Mexico. These are the areas that my shows will air in. In order to not lose my company popularity in any of those zones, the show rating must be higher than my popularity in that zone. The show will only get one rating and it will apply across to them all(An 85 rated show in the US is an 85 rated show in Mexico). For the start, my aim is 84 for all shows. That will maintain my popularity in the US and gain in the other two areas. A single show will not make or break me. We are talking percentage point movements for each show, percentages that I can't even see until they actually become a whole number. It is also plausible that a show that is CLOSE to 84 in the US, like say 82-86 could actually have no effect at all, not even a percentage point.
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Old 04-19-2014, 01:33 AM   #10
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Week 1, January 2014
Live from the Great Lakes Region

Three Weeks Until SWF When Hell Freezes Over



SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Hero Squad defeated Quadruple B in a non-title bout when Jungle Lord hit Bart Biggins with the Jungle-Jack.
Time: 6:14
Rating: 76/B-
Notes: Captain Atomic and Jungle Jack have great chemistry as tag partners.


Des Davids defeated John Greed by pinfall following the Quarterback Sack.
Time: 1:24
Rating: 61/C


Main Show



Eric Eisen opens the show in the ring. He addresses and then confirms the internet rumor that he purchased the SWF from his father. He introduces a new phase, “Show me how bad you want it.” He tells the entire roster that he is all about rewarding hard work. He says the first order of business in his new SWF is for someone to show him how much they want it by eliminating Valiant. "Take my word for it, you want this."
Time: 10:11
Rating: 76/B-


Jack Bruce defeated Marc DuBois in a non-title bout by pinfall with the New York Minute.
Time: 9:53
Rating: 83/B


The camera shows Valiant in the back. Out of nowhere, Joe Sexy launches a full fledged assault on Valiant. Sexy completely destroys Valiant, focusing mainly on his already hurt knee. Following the carnage, Valiant is attended to by medical staff. It REALLY doesn’t look good.
Time: 5:58
Rating: 64/C


Vengeance defeated American Machine by pinfall with the Six Feet Under.
Time: 4:29
Rating: 72/B-




Eric Eisen is sitting in his office in the back. Joe Sexy enters the office in an excited hurry. After Eisen calms him down, Sexy informs Eisen that he eliminated Valiant. Eisen thanks Sexy and informs that he thinks he will find his reward more than fair. Tonight Joe Sexy will face Lobster Warrior (Eisen laughs as he says this) in a bout and the victor will the new #1 Contender for the SWF World Heavyweight Championship.
Time: 4:47
Rating: 74/B-


Lobster Warrior defeats Joe Sexy by pinfall with the Lobster Trap.
Time: 19:45
Rating: 76/B-




While Lobster Warrior is celebrating following the match, Remo hits the ring and launches a surprise assault on him. Remo ends up putting Lobster Warrior through the announce table. Following that he looks into the camera and yells, “That’s how bad I want it.”
Time: 7:31
Rating: 78/B


Angry Gilmore and Steve Frehley defeat Rich Money and Rogue by pinfall when Steve Frehley hit Rogue with the Frehley’s Comet. During the match Emma Chase used her managerial skills to aid Rogue by distracting the opposition several times.
Time: 17:50
Rating: 85/B+


Following the match the entire Chase Agency(Brandon James, Rogue, and Paul Huntingdon) attack Steve Frehley. Angry Gilmore slips under the bottom rope. He looks on as he backs his way up the aisle, obviously not wanting any part of The Chase Agency. The show goes off the air with The Chase Agency standing tall over a beaten Steve Frehley.
Time: 6:11
Rating: 67/C+


Post Show

Christian Faith cuts a promo to send the crowd home happy.
Time: 8:24
Rating: 81/B


Final Show Rating: 81/B
TV Rating: 12.73

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Old 04-19-2014, 04:00 AM   #11
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Nice, will be following, looking forward to what you do with Remo.
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Old 04-19-2014, 09:09 AM   #12
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Happy to see The Crustacean Sensation win his bout, I'm pulling for him.
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Old 04-19-2014, 04:57 PM   #13
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Tuesday Week 2, January 2014
Live from the Mid Atlantic Region

Two Weeks Until SWF When Hell Freezes Over



SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Lobster Warrior defeated Kurt Laramee by pinfall with a Lobster Trap
Time: 7:59
Rating: 75/B-


The Platinum Blondes defeated The Amazing Bumfholes by pinfall when Frederique Antonio Garcia defeated Zimmy Bumfhole while using the ropes for leverage.
Time: 10:02
Rating: 79/B


Ol’ Reliable Christian Faith comes out to hype the crowd and get them ready for Supreme TV.
Time: 5:39
Rating: 82/B


Main Show



As the show opens up, Eric Eisen comes out to the ring to gloat about how happy is with the destruction of Valiant last week. Once he is REALLY starting to gloat, Remo’s music hits. Remo comes out to the ring and explains that he was looking for Valiant when he caught word from the back that Sexy had put him out of action. Remo explains that he when he remembered Eisen's words, "Show me how bad you want it." He decided he would destroy whichever guy won the match. Remo goes on to say that as far he is concerned, he eliminated Lobster Warrior last week and he feels like he should get the SWF World Heavyweight Championship shot at When Hell Freezes Over. Eisen explains that the rankings are fluid, and that in his mind (the only mind that counts), with his actions last week, Remo has passed Lobster Warrior in the rankings. He says that at When Hell Freezes Over, Remo will wrestle Jack Bruce for the title. This brings Bruce out from the back. Bruce tries to argue that Lobster Warrior earned his shot, but Eisen and Remo will hear none of it.
Time: 12:17
Rating: 90/A
Notes: Eisen’s new Authority Figure gimmick seems to be working well. It has been rated 89/B+.


Hero Squad defeated Quadruple B by pinfall when Jungle Lord hit Brett Biggins with Jungle-Jack Hammer. This was a non-title bout.
Time: 5:15
Rating: 70/C+
Notes: Brett Biggins' performance was really terrible tonight.


Steve Frehley comes out to the ring and calls out Emma Chase. Emma comes out to the top of the ramp. The two have a war of words about what happened last week. During the debate, the rest of The Chase Agency sneak up behind Frehley and blindside him. Emma comes down to the ring and starts to encourage Brandon James, Paul Huntingdon, and Rogue to hurt Frehley. Christian Faith comes sprinting out from the back for the save before too much damage can be done and runs off The Chase Agency who quickly slide out of the ring.
Time: 5:56
Rating: 75/B-


vs.

Vengeance defeated Jefferson Stardust by pinfall with the Six Feet Under.
Time: 1:48
Rating: 65/C+


Emma Chase is furious in the back. She says she just found out that Paul Huntingdon has to face Steve Frehley tonight. She promises Frehley that he will feel true pain before the night is over.
Time: 4:52
Rating: 75/B-


In a bout advertised as a Fatal Four Way Match to determine the #1 Contender for the North American Championship, Des Davids defeated Enforcer Roberts, Marc DuBois, and Robbie Retro when Davids pinned DuBois after hitting the Quarterback Sack.
Time: 4:55
Rating: 57/C-


Jessie catches up to Jack Bruce in the back and asks his feelings about having to face the monster Remo at When Hell Freezes Over. Bruce is confident that he will be up to the task.
Time: 7:33
Rating: 91/A


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Steve Frehley defeated Paul Huntingdon by disqualification after Brandon James and Rogue attacked Frehley.
Time: 17:13
Rating: 71/C+
Notes: These two have no idea how to work quality match against each other and it showed.


Angry Gilmore defeated Squeeky McClean by pinfall with the Anger Management. The end of the match was set up by both Rich Money and Des Davids coming out to ringside. Money hit Gilmore with an object the referee did not see. Davids came out and distracted McClean so Gilmore had time to recover and hit his finisher.
Time: 20:12
Rating: 84/B+


Following the match Angry Gilmore and Rich Money exchanged a war of menacing poses and stares as Money backs slowly down the entrance way, obviously agitated.
Time: 4:25
Rating: 72/B-


Post Show

Joe Sexy defeated Marshall Dillion by pinfall with the One Night Stand.
Time: 3:11
Rating: 43/D


Final Rating: 83/B+
TV Rating: 12.45
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Old 04-19-2014, 05:01 PM   #14
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A new match for When Hell Freezes Over was announced today on SWF.com. The current announced card is as follows.



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SWF World Heavyweight Championship

Jack Bruce(c) vs. Remo

SWF North American Championship
Squeeky McClean (c) vs. Des Davids

Angry Gilmore vs. Rich Money

-Card is subject to change.
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Three week builds are tough. The next show is a hard sell for the PPV and fills that card up nicely. By the end of the show there are four more matches and an in-ring confrontation booked for the show.
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How can they treat the Lobster Warrior like that? He needs to join the fight after it starts and make it a 3-way bout for the title. That'll bring the audience to their feet.
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How can they treat the Lobster Warrior like that? He needs to join the fight after it starts and make it a 3-way bout for the title. That'll bring the audience to their feet.

Jack Bruce....Remo....Lobster Warrior? One of these things IS NOT like the others.

The Crustacean Sensation is actually doing quite well so far. That overness just keeps climbing. This is going to pain you to hear, but his segments are getting dinged for a stale gimmick. I REALLY don't want to drop the gimmick, any ideas? I'm entertaining the idea of making him go full blown comic book villain. Seems like there would be a ready made storyline there between Hero Squad and an evil villain Lobster Warrior.
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SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Hero Squad defeated Hugh de Aske and Justin Sensitive by pinfall when Jungle Lord hit Hugh de Aske with the Jungle-Jack Hammer.
Time: 4:36
Rating: 56/C-
Notes: Hugh de Aske and Justin Sensitive have zero chemistry as tag partners.


Lobster Warrior defeated Enforcer Robets by pinfall with the Lobster Trap.
Time: 8:17
Rating: 74/B-


Christian Faith went out and got the crowd ready for Supreme TV.
Time: 5:47
Rating: 83/B+


Main Show

The show opens with Jack Bruce coming out to the ring. As soon as he begins to talk about his match with Remo this Sunday, Remo's music fills the arena and out comes the powerhouse himself. The two exchange words and when the argument is about to escalate to fisticuffs, Christian Faith’s music plays. He comes out and proposes that the two fight it out tonight….in a tag team match. Faith agrees to be Bruce’s partner if Remo can find someone willing to stand beside him. No sooner do the words get off Faith's lips then Vengeance’s music hits and his emblem appears on the Supreme-Tron. It seems that Vengeance will stand beside Remo tonight.
Time: 12:28
Rating: 91/A


Robbie Retro defeated Big Smack Scott by pinfall after the Murder on the Dancefloor.
Time: 2:59
Rating: 48/D+




After a commercial break, an excited Robbie Retro is on his way to his locker room following his upset victory, when he is stopped by Lobster Warrior. They are standing outside a locker room door. In a comedic exchange, the Crustacean Sensation explains he needs someone to have his back. Without question, Retro agrees. Lobster Warrior bursts through the door to reveal Eric Eisen’s office. Eisen is obviously caught off guard by the two bursting in. Lobster Warrior (with a shocked Robbie Retro standing behind him) demands to know why he isn’t facing Jack Bruce at When Hell Freezes Over. The way he sees it, he rightfully won a number one contendership match two weeks ago. The exchange makes Eisen begin to laugh. He stares the two down and says, “Alright, you two clowns want a big fight at When Hell Freezes Over, I’ll make it happen. Lobster Warrior, you won’t get that title shot, but you will get a 1 on 1 match with Marat Khoklov. You, Robbie, it will be your lucky day. You get Vengeance. Have a nice day boys.” With that Eisen walks through the door and leaves his office.
Time: 3:17
Rating: 73/B-


The Chase Agency (Brandon James, Paul Huntingdon, and Rogue) defeated The Awesomeness and American Machine by pinfall when Brandon James hit American Machine with the Big Money Move.
Time: 5:19
Rating: 58/C-




Following the match, Steve Frehley comes out to the top of the ramp. He engages Emma Chase in a war of words and laments the Chase Agency for their numbers game. He says he talked to Christian Faith, and the two are willing to go 3 vs. 2 at When Hell Freezes Over. Emma accepts the challenge. Frehley states that he is eager to get his hands on ALL the members of The Chase Agency. Emma is furious.
Time: 6:15
Rating: 71/B-


Valiant makes his return to SWF TV following the brutal beating he suffered two weeks ago on the orders of Eric Eisen. He is dressed in camo/army attire rather than his normal stars and stripes. He says that he will at When Hell Freezes Over and he isn’t leaving until Eric Eisen comes to the ring and fights him like a man.
Time: 3:21
Rating: 79/B
Notes: Valiant debuted a new Armed Forces gimmick. It appears to have been received decently and is rated 83/B+.


In a match billed as being a #1 Contendersship Match for the SWF Tag Team Championship, The Platinum Blondes defeated The Amazing Bumfholes when Frederique Antonio Garcia pinned Randy Bumfhole with the Romeo is Bleeding.
Time: 8:03
Rating: 70/C+




Backstage, Rich Money cuts a promo on Angry Gilmore and puts over their match at When Hell Freezes Over. Money says that Angry Gilmore had best be prepared for anything at When Hell Freezes Over, because "Money rules the world."
Time: 3:50
Rating: 78/B


Angry Gilmore defeated Squeeky McClean by pinfall with the Anger Management.
Time: 14:39
Rating: 84/B+
Notes: Des Davids joined the commentary crew for this match.


Christian Faith and Jack Bruce battled Remo and Vengeance to a draw following a double count out.
Time: 17:36
Rating: 92/A


Following the match, Vengeance leaves Remo to face Bruce and Faith 2 on 1. The babyface squad quickly get the upper hand and Remo retreats. The show ends with Remo looking on as Bruce and Faith celebrate.
Time: 6:19
Rating: 96/A+


Post Match

Valiant defeats Kurt Laramee by pinfall with the V-Split.
Time: 8:12
Rating: 57/C-


Final Rating: 90/A
TV Rating: 12.61

Action packed show here that absolutely delivered the goods. Our best show so far.

Following this show we are no longer just a National promotion. This show increased us to an International sized company. While we were always the largest promotion in the world, prior to this show the US had 3 National sized promotions and worldwide there are a told of 7 promotions who can claim to be National sized (SWF, TCW, USPW in the United States, BHOTWG and PGHW in Japan, NOTBPW in Canada, and SOTBPW in Mexcio). After tonight, we are the only International size promotion in the world. We did that by becoming National size in BOTH the United States and Canada. We have all the momentum in the world heading into this weekend's PPV broadcast.
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The final card for When Hell Freezes Over has been announced. According to SWF.com, the SWF World Heavyweight Championship match has been made a No Disqualification match after the double count out last night.



Main Event
SWF World Heavyweight Championship
No Disqualification

Jack Bruce(c) vs. Remo

SWF North American Championship
Squeeky McClean (c) vs. Des Davids

SWF World Tag Team Championship
Hero Squad(c) vs. The Platinum Blondes

Special Handicap Match
Christian Faith and Steve Frehley vs. The Chase Agency

Angry Gilmore vs. Rich Money

Lobster Warrior vs. Marat Khoklov

Robbie Retro vs. Vengeance

-Plus- Valiant has threatened to take over the Pay-Per-Broadcast unless Eric Eisen will come out and confront him.

*Card is Final.


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Jack Bruce....Remo....Lobster Warrior? One of these things IS NOT like the others.

The Crustacean Sensation is actually doing quite well so far. That overness just keeps climbing. This is going to pain you to hear, but his segments are getting dinged for a stale gimmick. I REALLY don't want to drop the gimmick, any ideas? I'm entertaining the idea of making him go full blown comic book villain. Seems like there would be a ready made storyline there between Hero Squad and an evil villain Lobster Warrior.

The Crustacean Sensation is just awesome, but Lobster Warrior is indeed a pretty lame name. You can get the persona you want, but have him change his name to something more menacing like Deathclaw. You could go full Jake the Snake Roberts and have him bring live lobsters into the ring (maybe not quite as intimidating as snakes, but could open up some creative ideas).
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The Dark Lobster Warrior (the Dark Lobster? The Dark Warrior?). (kinda like Darkside Hayabusa).

"You've pushed the Warrior over the edge. Now I'm going to do what's right for me.. not some Crustacean Nation.
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SWF Presents When Hell Freezes Over
Live on Pay Per View


Pre Show

Enforcer Roberts defeated American Machine by submission with the R.C.T.
Time: 6:54
Rating: 69/C+


The Amazing Bumfholes defeated Quadruple B by pinfall when Randy Bumfhole hit Bart Biggins with The Bumfhole Blaster (dead serious).
Time: 10:04
Rating: 72/B-


As is customery at SWF events, the Legendary Christian Faith came out to get the crowd ready for the show tonight.
Time: 6:30
Rating: 85/B+


Main Show

(c) vs.

Hero Squad defeated The Platinum Blondes by pinfall when Jungle Lord hit the Jungle-Jack Hammer on James Prudence. Hero Squad retains the SWF World Tag Team Championship.
Time: 14:55
Rating: 73/B-


Jack Bruce is in the back. He gives his reaction to finding out that tonight the main event will be a No DQ match. He then hypes the match.
Time: 7:42
Rating: 92/A


In a comedy segment, Lobster Warrior is walking around the back. He seems to be terrorized by giant shadows of Marat Khoklov. Eventually he just takes off running.
Time: 4:06
Rating: 77/B


Vengeance defeated Robbie Retro by pinfall with the Skull Krusher.
Time: 1:36
Rating: 69/C+


vs.

Marat Khoklov defeated Lobster Warrior by pinfall following the Moscow Lariat.
Time: 12:20
Rating: 69/C+


Up next, Valiant stages his protest. Valiant brings a chair out to the ring and says he is NOT leaving until Eric Eisen comes out and faces him like a man. Eisen comes out from the back, oddly flanked by Brandon James, Paul Huntingdon, and Rogue from the Chase Agency. A battle of the minds ensues as Eisen attempts to convince Valiant to leave the ring to no avail. Eventually, Eisen proposes the idea of a 1 vs. 1 match RIGHT NOW between Valiant and Eisen. Valiant is more than happy to accept the challenge.
Time: 8:12
Rating: 82/B


Eric Eisen defeated Valiant by Disqualification. During the match, Eisen was blatant about breaking the rules and the referee allowed it. As soon as Valiant took a chair from Eisen, the referee called for the bell.
Time: 10:16
Rating: 67/C+


Following the match Eisen and The Chase Agency make a quick retreat from the ring area.
Time: 1:12
Rating: 69/C+


(c) vs.

Des Davids defeated Squeeky McClean by Count Out. After becoming frustrated with not being able to put away Des Davids, McClean had enough of the match and left the ring area with his belt. Squeeky McClean retains the SWF North American Championship.
Time: 11:55
Rating: 74/B-


In the back, the camera finds Rich Money talking to Joe Sexy. It is unclear what is being said, but $100 dollar bills clearly change hands. When they notice they camera, they quickly split apart.
Time: 3:31
Rating: 78/B


The Chase Agency (Brandon James, Paul Huntingdon, and Rogue) defeat Christian Faith and Steve Frehley by pinfall when Brandon James scores a quick roll-up and grabs a handful of tights on Faith.
Time: 22:14
Rating: 81/B


In the back, Jack Bruce and Remo run into each other. The two get into an intense staredown and exchange words. They nearly come to blows, but backstage staff and other wrestlers enter the scene and keep the two apart.
Time: 6:09
Rating: 98/A+


The Chase are extremely excited at their victory. Emma Chase puts her men over strongly in a promo. All members of The Chase Agency are present, but only Emma talks.
Time: 6:47
Rating: 80/B


Angry Gilmore defeated Rich Money by Count Out after botched interference from Joe Sexy left Rich Money unable to answer the bell.
Time: 32:21
Rating: 80/B
Notes: The crowd was burned out.


Following the match, Gilmore celebrates in the ring. Meanwhile on the outside, Rich Money is yelling at Joe Sexy for costing him the bout.
Time: 6:18
Rating: 83/B+
Notes: The crowd was burned out.

(c) vs.

Jack Bruce defeated Remo by pinfall after a New York Minute to retain the SWF World Heavyweight Championship. This was a No Disqualification Match.
Time: 22:22
Rating: 80/B
Notes: The crowd was burned out.

Final Rating: 83/B+
Buy Rate: 4.24

Note: I burned the crowd out following the Jack Bruce/Remo angle and they were not able to get back into the show. That meant that both my Main Event and my 2nd to last match each got heavily dinged for a burnt out crowd. I was lucky get out of this with an 83.

I over thought this card. I had the entire thing booked, but then I realized that I only had 1 angle that I thought would be a "hot" angle. I know that show ratings were changed in this version, and that you need two great angles per show to satisfy the angle rating factor of the final show rating. So I went back and added in the Bruce/Remo confrontation and started to cut segment times elsewhere to fit it in. In hindsight, that was a terrible idea. In TEW, much as with wrestling in real life, you have to balance putting on a good show, successfully handling the crowd, and telling solid/interesting stories. This change put me closer to putting on a good show (Got to have them 2 angles), but it cost me the crowd. Since these are all in a precarious balance, losing the crowd then in turn reduced the rating of every segment that followed.

It seems my strategy of closing out the show with a strong angle/Match/angle/Match isn't going to work in this version. I think that both of the last two matches probably lost around 10% of their ratings due to the dead crowd and if I had not added the damn Remo-Bruce segment I probably hit home with an A rated card.

I probably still could have kept that angle if I had just changed match order slightly. I think following it with something like Vengeance/Retro and moving the handicap match to an early portion of the show would have worked as well. Still, I shouldn't be upset, this card was a success, gave us some good press, didn't hurt our popularity, and will boost backstage morale. My backstage rating is now 87%, up from 64% when I took over. Cutting Everest, putting on solid shows, and running with worker friendly rules has helped me boost the rating tremendously in a short amount of time.
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Old 04-22-2014, 10:18 PM   #23
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Hot of the heels of the action packed PPV event When Hell Freezes Over, Eric Eisen has announced that he has some MAJOR announcements in store for the SWF faithful on this week's Supreme TV. He promises that these proclamations will have a profound impact on Nothing to Lose.

In other news, two major matches were signed for this week's Supreme TV. Angry Gilmore will face the monster Remo and Squeeky McClean will once again go toe to toe with Des Davids. This time it will be in tag team action, as The All-Americans will square off against Squeeky McClean and Enforcer Roberts.

Catch off of this action plus much more on this week's SWF Supreme TV!

NOTE: I've been meaning to update many of the pictures I'm using for this dynasty. I don't actually use most of these pictures in game, but I haven't heard back from the artist who created the ones I use in game.
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Four Weeks Until SWF Nothing to Lose




SWF Presents Supreme TV


Pre Show

Vengeance defeated Marshall Dillon by pinfall with the Six Feet Under
Time: 5:01
Rating: 77/B
Notes: These two have fantastic chemistry working together as opponents. I will keep this in mind going forward. This is a fantastic break for the young Marshall Dillon. Fantastic chemistry with a Main Event wrestler is a great way to become relevant. If these two can pull a 77 with Dillon having popularity in the 30's and up against a cold crowd, imagine what a well built Dillon and a warmed up crowd could do for this rating.


The Amazing Bumfholes defeated The Platinum Blondes by pinfall. Randy Bumfhole pinned James Prudence after the Bumfhole Buster (It makes me really happy that this is actually the name of his finisher. ).
Time: 10:29
Rating: 79/B


Christian Faith gets the crowd psyched for SWF Supreme TV.
Time: 5:35
Rating: 84/B+

Main Show

The show opens with Eric Eisen in the ring. He begins by gloating about his victory last night over Valiant. He completely ignores the illegitimate nature of it, opting to instead put himself over like Ali just defeated Foreman. He then turns his attention to Lobster Warrior. Eisen admits he was hard on “Lobby,” and promises to make it up to him. He gives him props for both standing up for what he believed in by invading Eisen's office last week, and having the guts to show up at When Hell Freezes Over to face Marat Khoklov. “After the beating you took last night, if you can drag yourself out here, you get your title shot…TONIGHT!”

He puts over the Nothing to Lose Pay-Per-View that is coming up and tells the crowd, “You know what that means! The Nothing to Lose Ladder Match!” He goes over the rules for the match, a six man free-for-all ladder match, where the man who grabs the contract at the top gets a SWF World Heavyweight Championship match exactly when and where he wants it. "It's an open contract. After I sign it the following night, all the man who controls the contract must do is hand it to an official and he gets his match right then and there." He announces the first confirmed participant for the match will be Rich Money. Eisen goes on to state that he has set up a series of five matches over the coming weeks, with the winners of each match earning a spot in this prestigious match.

At this point, his speech is cut short by The Chase Agency coming to the ring. When they make their way down the aisle, it becomes clear that Eric is obviously smitten with Emma, and she plays it up. By the time Emma is done flirting with Eisen, Brandon James is announced as the #1 Contender for the SWF North American Championship, and the first match in The Nothing to Lose Ladder Match series is also announced as Steve Frehley vs. Rogue. It appears that match will take place TONIGHT.
Time: 10:23
Rating: 85/B+
Notes: Emma Chase’s character was freshened up a bit during this segment as she moved towards a seductress gimmick. It was rated 44/D. This hurts. I didn’t realize that apparently there are pre-set gimmick change dates now and this one got dinged extremely hard for being too soon. Ouch. I think I have to remove her from TV now. I definitely have to get creative here. Brandon James was given microphone time during this segment, and began to act much more arrogant than he has in the past. This gimmick change was rated a 79/B. The James rating was more around what I expected for both. They needed freshened up slightly and I played it safe for both of them.


(c) vs.

Jack Bruce defeated Lobster Warrior by pinfall with the New York Minute to retain the SWF World Heavyweight Championship.
Time: 8:14
Rating: 67/C+


Following the match, Jack Bruce helped up Lobster Warrior and shook his hand. He then helped The Crustacean Sensation to the back.
Time: 5:58
Rating: 88/B+


Robbie Retro defeated Big Smack Scott by pinfall with the Murder on the Dancefloor.
Time: 0:41
Rating: 48/D+
Note: Big Smack Scott is pretty pissed off. His morale is in the crapper.


The camera catches Rich Money talking to Joe Sexy in the back. Sexy is profusely apologizing to Money for last night. Money makes it clear that he paid Sexy for a job that he didn’t perform and that Sexy had better make things right...OR ELSE.
Time: 1:57
Rating: 76/B-



Steve Frehley is in his locker room getting ready for his match later tonight against Rogue when Christian Faith enters the picture. He apologizes for “letting down” Frehley at When Hell Freezes Over. Frehley will hear none of it, and says that Faith did the best he could. They both agree that the war with The Chase Agency is far from over, but in the short term Frehley needs to concentrate on the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match. Faith tells Frehley he has his back tonight and ensures him that there will be no interference in his match tonight.
Time: 4:11
Rating: 73/B-


The All-Americans (American Machine and Des Davids) battled to a draw with Enforcer Roberts and Squeeky McClean. The bout ended in a double count out when all men battled outside the ring.
Time: 5:35
Rating: 55/C-
Notes: The announcers played up how “clean cut” Des Davids is. Davids pulled the gimmick off extremely well. It was rated 89/A. This is a home run for Davids.


Valiant is in the parking lot. He calls Eric Eisen a coward, goes on a tangent about the match at When Hell Freezes Over, and promises that NEXT WEEK he is getting even with Eisen.
Time: 5:40
Rating: 78/B


Steve Frehley defeated Rogue by pinfall with the Frehley’s Coment. Steve Frehley earns a spot in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match.
Time: 14:32
Rating: 83/B+


vs.

Remo defeated Angry Gilmore by pinfall with The Destroyer following interference by Rich Money. It seemed that prior to the interference Angry Gilmore was in the driver’s seat and really had Remo in trouble.
Time: 17:28
Rating: 87/B+


Following the match, Money and Remo continue the assault on Gilmore. Before too much damage can be done, Jack Bruce runs down to the ring. A battle ensues that is won by Bruce and Gilmore and the heels leave the ring area with their tails tucked between their legs.
Time: 9:44
Rating: 88/B+


Post Show

Christian Faith defeats Marc DuBois by pinfall with the Leap of Faith.
Time: 8:03
Rating: 53/C-


Final Show Rating: 85/B+
TV Rating: 13.29
(Highest TV Rating for Supreme TV since I took over the reigns)
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Old 04-22-2014, 11:48 PM   #25
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The results for the 1st National Battle in the United States are in.

1. SWF
2. TCW
3. USPW

To the victor go the spoils. We get a bump in both company momentum and prestige. TCW and USPW lose both, with USPW taking the largest hit. The effect of finishing third this month was large enough that USPW falls from grace and is no longer a National sized wrestling promotion. This means it will be quite some time until we have another National battle in the US as USPW will enter a cooling period where they will be unable to grow for quite some time.

The way the battle works is it takes the best show put on by each company and uses that to rank them in order. Our best show this month was the week 3 Supreme TV with scored a 90. TCW's best show was the week 4 TCW Total Wrestling that scored a 85. USPW lagged behind everyone else, their best show was their PPV Stars, Stripes and Slams! It scored a 75 and featured a main event where Tyson Baine defeated James Justice to retain the USPW World Championship.

Compounding the bad news for USPW, Sam Strong announced that he is leaving the wrestling business and United States Professional Wrestling is up for sale.
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This week on Supreme TV, Valiant has sworn revenge on Eric Eisen for the farce of a match that Eisen won at When Hell Freezes Over. Both men will be in the building, and Valiant has promised he isn't leaving without drawing blood.

In a story first broke on SWF.com, this week's broadcast will feature three matches in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match series with the victors joining Steve Frehley and Rich Money in the match itself. Two of the matches were announced on the website, Christian Faith vs. Joe Sexy and Randy Bumfhole vs. Enforcer Roberts. The participants in the third match will be announced by Eric Eisen himself on the this week's Supreme TV broadcast.

Also confirmed for this week's broadcast, a hard hitting Main Event will see Angry Gilmore teaming up with the iconic Jack Bruce to battle Rich Money and Remo.

Catch all of this action plus much more on this week's SWF Supreme TV!
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Three Weeks Until SWF Nothing to Lose



SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Quadruple B and The Awesomeness battled to a draw following a double count out.
Time: 5:10
Rating: 66/C+


Robbie Retro defeated John Greed with the Murder on the Dancefloor
Time: 5:25
Rating: 55/C-


Des Davids defeated Frederique Antonio Garcia by pinfall after the Quarterback Sack.
Time: 8:20
Rating: 75/B-


Main Show



SWF Supreme TV opens with Valiant in the ring. He says that he promised last week that Eisen would pay, and he intends to make good on that. He demands that Eisen comes out his “rat hole in the back.” Following that, Eric Eisen does come out from the back flanked by security personnel, but only to the top of the ramp. The two have a heated disagreement, and it ends with Eisen baiting Valiant into agreeing to a fight tonight. Eisen finishes the segment with, “I hope you are ready for that fight..boy..because it is happening tonight, but not against me. No, Valiant, you will be facing Vengeance, and the winner of that fight will earn a spot in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match."
Time: 7:46
Rating: 81/B


Christian Faith defeated Joe Sexy by pinfall with the Leap of Faith. Faith earns a spot in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match.
Time: 6:20
Rating: 64/C


In the back, Remo cuts a promo. He makes it clear that the ONLY thing on his mind is the SWF World Heavyweight Championship. As far as he’s concerned, after defeating Angry Gilmore last week on Supreme TV, he is still the #1 contender and he expects another shot at Nothing to Lose.
Time: 4:23
Rating: 80/B


vs.

Paul Huntingdon and Rogue defeated Hero Squad in a non-title match. Paul Huntingdon pinned Captain Atomic following interference from Brandon James.
Time: 4:25
Rating: 65/C


Following the match, the entire Chase Agency continue the assault on Hero Squad. They don’t stop until Emma Chase calls them off.
Time: 5:37
Rating: 71/B-


Randy Bumfhole defeated Enforcer Roberts by pinfall with the Bumfhole Blaster following a distraction by American Machine.
Time: 8:19
Rating: 72/B-


In the back, Eric Eisen is sitting at his desk talking to…Brandon James. Eric Eisen makes it clear that James knows what he has to do tonight.
Time: 3:31
Rating: 84/B+


Valiant is walking down a hallway. Before cutting to commercial, the announcers point out that Valiant vs. Vengeance is NEXT!
Time: 0:31
Rating: 73/B-


vs.

Vengeance defeated Valiant by pinfall with the Skull Krusher following Eric Eisen distracting the referee allowing Brandon James to hit Valiant with an international object.
Time: 15:06
Rating: 76/B-


Jack Bruce and Angry Gilmore went to a draw with Rich Money and Remo. The match ended in a double disqualification after Joe Sexy tried to interfere in the match and Angry Gilmore blasted him with a chair.
Time: 18:27
Rating: 84/B+


Following the match, Gilmore still has his chair prompting the heels to back away. Bruce grabs a microphone and states that he thinks that Remo’s comments earlier were a bit odd. The way he sees it, he defeated Remo fair and square at When Freezes Over and the only reason Remo was able to defeat Gilmore last week was due to Rich Money putting his nose in the match. Still, he’s open to Remo getting another shot, but Jack Bruce is all about being fair and giving the fans what they want. He proposes a triple threat match for the title at Nothing to Lose between Jack Bruce, Remo, and….Angry Gilmore.
Time: 9:41
Rating: 91/A


Final Rating: 84/B+
TV Rating: 13.84

(We are on a roll and our TV Ratings continue to grow)

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SWF.com broke a new match for Nothing to Lose today. Following the recent brawls and bickering between American Machine and Enforcer Roberts, a singles match between the two has been signed for Nothing to Lose. The current card is scheduled as follows for the event that will take place approximately two and a half weeks from today.



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SWF World Heavyweight Championship

Jack Bruce (c) vs. Angry Gilmore vs. Remo

Nothing to Lose Ladder Match
Christian Faith vs. Randy Bumfhole vs. Steve Frehley vs. Rich Money vs. Vengeance vs. ???

American Machine vs. Enforcer Roberts

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Some solid exposure for Lobster, but he can't hang with the best. Nice shows though.
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The final bout in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match series will take place on this week's Supreme TV. The match for the final spot should be an exciting one, as six competitors via for the prize. The match is scheduled to be Jefferson Stardust vs. Robbie Retro vs. Zimmy Bumfhole vs. Bart Biggins vs. John Greed vs. Marc DuBois. Which one of these men will step up and lay claim to the final spot in the prestigious Nothing to Lose Ladder Match?

Last week The Chase Agency left Hero Squad laying in pain. How will Hero Squad react this week? Will anyone stand beside Hero Squad this week?

As announced as SWF.com, this week on Supreme TV Des Davids will battle Brandon James. James has been announced as the #1 Contender for the SWF North American Championship, but Davids' defeated the champion at When Hell Freezes Over. What will happen when these two titans clash?

Catch all of this action plus much more on this week's SWF Supreme TV!
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Some solid exposure for Lobster, but he can't hang with the best. Nice shows though.

Thanks, glad you enjoy it so far. As I said earlier, everything Lobby is doing is increasing his overness, which is all he can ask for at this point. As I start to slot and adjust my Supreme Challenge programs, Lobster Warrior is one of the few guys who are already slotted into a program heading into that show. He has big things in his future....not everyone can be in that Jack Bruce / Marat Khoklov area of the card.
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SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Squeeky McClean and The Platinum Blondes defeated Marshall Dillon and The Awesomeness by pinfall when Squeeky McClean pinned Marshall Dillon following the Stain Removal.
Time: 4:58
Rating: 60/C


Valiant defeated Enforcer Roberts by pinfall with the V-Split.
Time: 7:42
Rating: 76/B-

Remo defeated American Machine by pinfall with the Lumbar Puncture
Time: 7:44
Rating: 78/B


Main Show



SWF Supreme TV opens with Jack Bruce coming out to a thunderous ovation. He works the crowd and begins to explain his decision to include Angry Gilmore in the SWF World Heavyweight Championship match at Nothing to Lose. Shortly into his promo, Rich Money comes out and makes his way to the ring. Money is not happy that Gilmore was included yet he was not. He thinks he is just as deserving as Gilmore.

Bruce points out that Money is already booked at the Pay-Per-View event in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match. Money objects and responds that the entire purpose of that match is to earn a shot at the title and that he would glady give up his spot in that match if he could be in the SWF World Heavyweight Championship match instead. Jack Bruce thinks Money has made a fair point and challenges Rich Money to a match tonight. He says that if Rich Money can defeat him, the main event at Nothing to Lose will be a fatal Four Way rather than a triple threat match and that Rich Money will be the forth man.
Time: 9:59
Rating: 88/B+


Angry Gilmore defeated Joe Sexy by pinfall with the Anger Management.
Time: 8:12
Rating: 71/B-


Zimmy Bumfhole defeated Jefferson Stardust, Robbie Retro, Bart Biggins, John Green, and Marc DuBois by pinfall when Zimmy Bumfhole pinned Jefferson Stardust following the Bumfhole in One. Zimmy Bumfhole earns the sixth and final spot in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match.
Time: 4:36
Rating: 54/C-
Note: Bumfhole in One takes a distant second to the Bumfhole Blaster in the awesomeness scale.


Eric Eisen comes out to the ring and begins to put over his ongoing rivalry with Valiant. He says that Valiant is like a “gnat that you just can’t manage to swat.” He says that next week Valiant is going to find out what happens when you threaten your boss. Next week on Supreme TV, Valiant will be in a handicap match against Paul Huntingdon and Rogue.
Time: 6:20
Rating: 73/B-


Marshall Dillon defeated Big Smack Scott by pinfall with a fast roll up.
Time: 0:56
Rating: 40/D-




In the back, Lobster Warrior is sitting in dark. Hero Squad enters his locker room and turn the light on. Lobster Warrior explains to Hero Squad that he just can’t seem to catch a break lately. Every match he is in, no matter how hard he tries, no matter how much his fans root him on, he seems to come up short. Hero Squad attempt to cheer up Lobby and tell him that they need him to have their back against The Chase Agency. Captain Atomic states, “Nobody, not Emma Chase, not even the Eisens could stand up against a united coalition of Super Heroes.”
Time: 3:52
Rating: 59/C




Brandon James defeated Des Davids by disqualification after the referee saw Hero Squad enter the ring following interference from Paul Huntingdon and Rogue that went unnoticed.
Time: 11:48
Rating: 77/B


Following the match, The Chase Agency and Hero Squad explode into a battle. It appears that The Chase Agency has the upper hand when Lobster Warrior comes running out of the back for the save. Lobster Warrior and Hero Squad manage to fight off The Chase Agency.
Time: 6:17
Rating: 67/C+


Jack Bruce defeated Rich Money by pinfall with the New York Minute.
Time: 17:59
Rating: 85/B+

As the show comes back from commercial, Christian Faith is in the ring. He thanks the fans for giving him the ability to do what he needed to do earn a spot in The Nothing to Lose Ladder Match. He begins to talk about the history of the match and how much it would mean to win it. He says that the one thing his long career has taught him to is never take an opportunity for granted.

Before he can finish, Rich Money’s music plays. He comes out and makes it clear that there is no way that Christian Faith is going to win the match because in his mind the only outcome possible is that he is going to win it and finally get a match with Jack Bruce on his own terms. No sooner does he get this out then Vengeance’s music plays. Before Vengeance can get to the ring, Steve Frehley’s music plays and out he comes. Before he can to the ring, The Amazing Bumfhole’s music plays and out they come.

Once all six men are in the ring, tensions run high. The only thing that stops the ring from erupting into an all-out melee is Eric Eisen making his way to the top of the ramp. Eisen announces that next week on Supreme TV there will be a tag team match. The team of Christian Faith and Steve Frehley will take on the The Amazing Bumfholes and the team of Rich Money and Vengeance in a triple threat tag team match. Eisen laughs and makes his way to the back as the ring erupts in violence. Supreme TV fades to black with all six men engaged in combat.
Time: 12:21
Rating: 74/B-


Final Show Rating: 82/B
TV Rating: 13.49


I’m not thrilled with this show, but what needed to be accomplished got accomplished. Both of the last two matches underperformed as did the major angle that ended the show. Still it was an acceptable show that moves the chains towards Nothing to Lose.
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SWF.com, the official website of the Supreme Wrestling Federation broke two more matches for the upcoming Pay-Per-View event, Nothing to Lose. Nothing to Lose will take place just over a week from tonight.

According to the website, Lobster Warrior and Hero Squad will team up to face The Chase Agency in six man tag action. Also announced was The Awesomeness taking on Quadruple B. It was reported that Bart Biggins was extremely upset last night with Jefferson Stardust. In his mind, Stardust cost him a chance to be in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match. He asked for and was granted this match-up by SWF Owner Eric Eisen.



Main Event
SWF World Heavyweight Championship

Jack Bruce (c) vs. Angry Gilmore vs. Remo

Nothing to Lose Ladder Match
Christian Faith vs. Randy Bumfhole vs. Steve Frehley vs. Zimmy Bumfhole vs. Rich Money vs. Vengeance

Lobster Warrior and Hero Squad vs. The Chase Agency

The Awesomeness vs. Quadruple B

American Machine vs. Enforcer Roberts

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As announced last week, this week on Supreme TV we will have the triple threat tag team match between the teams of Christian Faith and Steve Frehley vs. The Amazing Bumfholes vs. Rich Money and Vengeance. Tonight will be all about teamwork, but at Nothing to Lose it will be all about the individual. The two men who are able to win tonight will carry momentum with them into the Ladder Match this Sunday.

Last week on Supreme TV, Eric Eisen announced a handicap match scheduled for tonight between Valiant vs. Paul Huntingdon and Rogue of The Chase Agency. What else does the nefarious Eisen have planned for Valiant this week?

And in the Main Event, The Crustacean Sensation himself, Lobster Warrior will go toe to toe with Remo.

Catch all of this action plus much more of this week's episode of SWF Supreme TV!
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SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Kurt Laramee defeated Marshal Dillon by pinfall with the Switchblade Powerslam.
Time: 4:45
Rating: 56/C-


Hero Squad defeated The Platinum Blondes by pinfall when Captain Atomic pinned James Prudence following the Mushroom Cloud. This was a non-title match.
Time: 7:58
Rating: 74/B-


Main Show



The show opens up and out come Rich Money and Vengeance. They get in the ring and Rich Money talks about the triple threat tag team match tonight. He says that the other two teams don’t stand a chance up against “The best team Money can buy.” He goes on to talk about the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match. He starts to ramble about how he going to win the match and get Jack Bruce one-on-one on HIS terms. The more he talks about himself winning the match, the angrier Vengeance’s posture grows behind him. After going on for a few minutes, Money turns to look at Vengeance and sees how pissed he is. Money quickly leaves the ring and hurries to the back by himself and away from Vengeance.
Time: 6:17
Rating: 82/B


Valiant went to a draw with Paul Huntingdon and Rogue. The match ended in a messy non-finish after chaos descended upon the ring. Lobster Warrior, Valiant, and Hero Squad were in an all-out brawl in the ring with Brandon James, Paul Huntingdon, and Rogue.
Time: 7:33
Rating: 66/C+


After the chaos in the ring is cleared up, the camera cuts to Eric Eisen’s office. He is furious with the result of the match. He launches into a tirade on Valiant and tells Valiant that he is going to give him what he wants this Sunday at Nothing to Lose. There will be a one on one match between Valiant and Eric Eisen, no shenanigans this time. It will be a no disqualification match, and he is going to teach not only Valiant a lesson, but the entire SWF roster a lesson about what happens when you cross the boss.
Time: 6:05
Rating: 82/B


American Machine defeated Marc DuBios by pinfall following botched interference by Enforcer Roberts.
Time: 2:43
Rating: 49/D+
Notes: Marc DuBois was really off his game tonight. This is not how you earn yourself a higher spot on the card young man.

Jack Bruce comes down to the ring. He continued the build for the triple threat match at Nothing to Lose. He began to talk about the Lobster Warrior-Remo match tonight. Bruce went on to say that he doesn’t think Remo is mentally stable. He’s worried Remo could try to use tonight to send a lesson to Bruce and Gilmore. Even still, The Crustacean Sensation can fight his own battles, but Bruce warns Remo he will be watching the match in the back and will be ready to come out and set things straight if any “funny business” goes on.
Time: 8:24
Rating: 92/A


Squeeky McClean and Quadruple B defeated Robbie Retro and The Awesomeness by pinfall when Squeeky McClean pinned Heuy Cannonball following the Stain Removal.
Time: 4:54
Rating: 51/D+




After commercial, the announcers state that there was some commotion in the back during the break. It appears that Squeeky McClean was walking through the curtain to the back, Des Davids was waiting on him. Davids confronted McClean about the SWF North American Championship. He said that if McClean thought we was going to get away without a title defense at Nothing to Lose, he thought dead wrong. Davids has in his hand a contract signed by the SWF Championship Committee chairman stating that since Brandon James is otherwise tied up in another match at Nothing to Lose, the title shot will go to the number two contender, Des Davids. Squeeky McClean is obviously not happy with this announcement and storms off.
Time: 3:31
Rating: 71/B-


The camera goes to the locker rooms where Christian Faith and Steve Frehley are standing by for an interview. Faith talks about the huge opportunity that the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match presents to all the six men in the match. Frehley on the other hand seems entirely focused on tonight. He says he will prepare him for the Ladder Match after he finishes winning the triple threat tag team match.
Time: 6:29
Rating: 74/B-


Christian Faith and Steve Frehley defeated The Amazing Bumfholes and Rich Money + Vengeance. The order of elimination was first The Amazing Bumfholes when Vengeance pinned Zimmy Bumfhole with the Skull Krusher, and finally Steve Frehley defeated Rich Money with the Frehley’s Comet following botched interference by Joe Sexy.
Time: 15:03
Rating: 81/B




Remo defeated Lobster Warrior by pinfall with The Destroyer.
Time: 14:54
Rating: 92/A


Following the match, Remo continued his assault on Lobster Warrior. This draws the heroic Jack Bruce out from the back, but he runs right into Remo’s trap. Remo switches off of Lobby and catches Bruce as he slides on the ring. He hits him with The Destroyer. As he picks him up and prepares to hit him with another one, Angry Gilmore comes out from the crowd and catches Remo from behind. Remo rolls out of the ring and backs up the aisle toward the back clearly not wanting on two on one situation.
Time: 6:00
Rating: 82/B
Notes: This segment got dinged for falling short of the prior segment which was the Main Event. This one is odd to me. Not real sure why this segment didn’t score higher, but I’m worried the problem is Gilmore. This was Gilmore’s month to succeed, but instead he pissed it all away and actually managed to lose overness this month despite working with the top face in the world and the top heel in the company. He has also came out of most of his segments with these two looking bad in comparison to the other two. Maybe this is all just too soon for him. One thing is for sure, he better bring it at the Pay-Per-View or he could see his importance fall drastically going forward.


Final Show Rating: 87/B+
TV Rating: 13.69
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Main Event
SWF World Heavyweight Championship

Jack Bruce (c) vs. Angry Gilmore vs. Remo

SWF North American Championship
Squeeky McClean (c) vs. Des Davids

Nothing to Lose Ladder Match
Christian Faith vs. Randy Bumfhole vs. Steve Frehley vs. Zimmy Bumfhole vs. Rich Money vs. Vengeance

No Disqualification
Valiant vs. Eric Eisen

Lobster Warrior and Hero Squad vs. The Chase Agency

The Awesomeness vs. Quadruple B

American Machine vs. Enforcer Roberts

-Final Card
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SWF Presents Nothing to Lose
Live on Pay-Per-View


Pre Show

Frederique Antonio Garcia defeated Marshall Dillon and Kurt Laramee in a triple threat match by pinfall when he hit Marshall Dillon with the Romeo is Bleeding
Time: 6:15
Rating: 59/C


Joe Sexy defeated Robbie Retro by pinfall with the One Night Stand.
Time: 12:29
Rating: 52/D+
Notes: This was a train wreck of a match. These two do not click at all. Thanks guys, now we get to open the Pay-Per-View broadcast to a cold crowd. Pre Show accomplished absolutely nothing it was supposed to accomplish.


Main Show

It seems the Nothing to Lose is going to start to with a bang! The announcers start by saying the first match of the evening will be the Valiant vs. Eric Eisen No Disqualification match. They talk a little bit about the feud between the two to this point and then a roll a video recapping all the action.
Time: 5:41
Rating: 69/C+




Eric Eisen defeated Valiant by pinfall following The Supremacy. Eric Eisen won the match cleanly, no BS, no drama, no outside interference. This was a no disqualification match.
Time: 12:12
Rating: 77/B


Following the match a still hyped up Eric Eisen demands a microphone. He stands over the defeated warrior, Valiant, and cuts a promo meant for the entire SWF roster. “Anyone back in that locker room that thinks they can question my authority, ask this man…ask Valiant how far that line of thinking will get you.” Eisen ends the promo by throwing the microphone at Valiant and strutting to the back with his chest puffed out.
Time: 5:54
Rating: 84/B+


Enforcer Roberts defeated American Machine by submission with the R.C.T. Enforcer Roberts was blatantly cheating by using the ropes for additional leverage.
Time: 6:08
Rating: 65/C


The Chase Agency defeated Lobster Warrior and Hero Squad by pinfall when Rogue pinned Lobster Warrior following the Crashing On.
Time: 22:22
Rating: 77/B


Following the match, Lobster Warrior is obviously still upset at his performance. Hero Squad do their best to cheer him up and help him to the back.
Time: 3:36
Rating: 62/C




The camera goes to the back where Jack Bruce is waiting to cut a promo. He gives Remo props for the trap he set at Supreme TV. He says that the one thing that nobody ever seems to give Remo credit for that he is great at is out thinking people. Bruce puts Remo over as one of the best thinkers on the entire SWF roster. Bruce concedes he telegraphed his intentions and Remo got one over on him. He’s thankful for Angry Gilmore being there to have his back. He says that the easy thing to do would have been to let Remo soften him up, make Jack Bruce come into the match tonight less than 100%, but that just isn’t the kind of guy that Angry Gilmore is. Bruce puts Gilmore over as one of the most deserving title contenders in a long time. He says that tonight Remo won't be able to get one over on him. He says that if Remo wants the title, he's going to have come through Jack Bruce to get it.
Time: 8:11
Rating: 92/A


Des Davids defeated Squeeky McClean by disqualification. Davids had McClean beat when McClean grabbed the official and shoved him to ground getting intentionally disqualified. Squeeky McClean retains the SWF North American Championship.
Time: 12:20
Rating: 71/B-


The Awesomeness defeated Quadruple B by pinfall when Jefferson Stardust pinned Bart Biggins following the Shock and Awe.
Time: 6:10
Rating: 63/C


Following the match, the announcers receive word that there is a disturbance in the back. The camera shows two men brawling! It’s Des Davids and Squeeky McClean and they are REALLY going at it! Eventually Davids gets the upper hand and leaves McClean down and out following the Quarterback Sack.
Time: 5:37
Rating: 69/C+


Following the mess in the back, the announcers state that Christian Faith is standing by in the locker room for an interview. Christian Faith says that tonight is the night everyone has been waiting for. One man will climb to the top of that ladder, to the top of the Supreme Wrestling Federation, and that man will take his destiny into his owns hands. He once again puts over the history of the match, he goes over past winners and the impact that they have made. He notes that just a few years ago, a young man by the name of Remo climbed to the top of that ladder nearly an unknown. He explains how the very next night on Supreme TV, Remo would cash in and become the SWF World Heavyweight Champion. He goes on to say that tonight Remo won't be the man who grabs the contract, he's got a championship match to prepare for. One thing is for sure, tonight someone is going to take fate into their own hands.
Time: 6:06
Rating: 82/B




Vengeance defeated Christian Faith, Randy Bumfhole, Steve Frehley, Zimmy Bumfhole, and Rich Money in the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match when he retrieved The Contract from the top of the ladder.
Time: 21:37
Rating: 85/B+




Jack Bruce defeated Angry Gilmore and Remo by pinfall when he pinned Angry Gilmore. The finish of the match saw Remo laying on the outside and badly hurt, Bruce hit Gilmore with a hard clothesline and went for the cover. The referee counted the three with an obviously fast count.
Time: 22:18
Rating: 94/A


Following the match, Remo is still down and out on the outside. Jack Bruce appears confused by what just happened. Gilmore gets to his feet and realizes that he just got screwed. He looks around for the official; the official is nowhere to be found. Instead he finds Jack Bruce. The show goes off the air with Jack Bruce confused and Angry Gilmore irate.
Time: 7:37
Rating: 84/B+


Final Show Rating: 95/A+
Buy Rate: 4.18


Notes: Prior to the show, there was an incident involving Big Smack Scott and a fan outside the building. The Smacker escalated a confrontation and ended up needing to be restrained from attacking the fan. Big Smack Scott was suspended without pay for a full month.
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Tonight on Supreme TV, the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match victor, Vengeance, will present Eric Eisen with The Contract. After Eisen signs it...the reign on Vengeance will begin. When will he cash it in? Will he cash it in tonight? No one on the SWF roster is safe with the dark angel of perverse justice officially unleashed. The SWF roster will officially be playing by his rules!

Following Squeeky McClean's blatant actions last night, the SWF Championship Commitee has ordered an immediate re-match. Tonight on Supreme TV, Squeeky McClean will defend his SWF North American Championship against Des Davids in a return bout from Nothing to Lose. After burning his bridges in recent weeks, the title WILL be able to change hands on both a count out AND a disqualification. Will McClean be able to win a fair fight against Des Davids and leave the arena with his SWF North American Championship?

Word from that back is that several new faces are reportedly in the building tonight. With the Road to The Supreme Challenge officially underway, will any of these new faces make their presence known?

Catch all of this action plus much more of this week's huge episode of SWF Supreme TV!

In related news, the TV networks revealed their new schedule today. Among the more interesting shows set to debut, SWF Uprising is set to air Thursday nights on C.A.N.N. It appears to be set for a 30 minute time slot and will feature wrestlers who aren't typically featured on Supreme TV.

Also, I have an open policy with my data. If you are a fan of TEW and would like to get your hands on my data for this dynasty at any point in time, just send me a PM and I will shoot over the save game to you. Maybe I can get some more Cornellverse fans out of this. Only thing I ask is that you don't start another dynasty with my save game.
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Four Weeks Until SWF Awesome Impact



SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Marc DuBois defeated Marshall Dillon by submission with the Model Solution.
Time: 5:12
Rating: 61/C


Lobster Warrior and Hero Squad defeated John Greed and The Platinum Blondes by pinfall after Jungle Lord hit John Greed with the Jungle Jack-Hammer
Time: 8:13
Rating: 68/C+


Main Show




Supreme TV opens with Eric Eisen already standing in the ring. He talks a little bit about last night and asks for Vengeance to come out, after all tonight will be all about the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match winner. Vengeance's music plays and the monster comes down to the ring. Once in the ring, Vengeance hands over The Contract he won in the Ladder Match at Nothing to Lose. Eric Eisen explains the meaning of the contract. This contract entitles Vengeance to a shot at the SWF World Heavyweight Championship whenever and wherever he wants it. He can either name his time, place, and stipulation beforehand, or he need only hand the contract to an SWF official to start an impromptu match on the spot. The Contact is valid from the time Eisen signs it tonight until the day of The Supreme Challenge. Once we reach the day of The Supreme Challenge, if Vengeance has not decided to use it, The Contact is void. After Eisen is fully convinced that Vengeance understands the importance and the weight of The Contract, he signs it and hands it back to him. Vengeance leaves without a word as SWF Supreme TV cuts to commercial.
Time: 4:42
Rating: 88/B+


Des Davids defeated Squeeky McClean by pinfall with the Quarterback Sack. Des Davids is the new SWF North American Champion.
Time: 7:56
Rating: 69/C+


Eric Eisen is sitting in his office when Remo comes bursting in. Remo is furious about the ending of the SWF World Heavyweight Championship match last night. In his mind the referee screwed him out of the SWF World Heavyweight Championship. He wants to know what is going to be done about this. Eric Eisen looks Remo in the eyes and says, “Remo,I still don’t understand exactly what happened last night at Nothing to Lose. I don’t why that official did what he did. But you are right, you did get screwed out of your chance to win the SWF World Heavyweight Championship. I’m going to make this right. Tonight you will face Jack Bruce and the title will be on the line! And I promise you this Remo...what happened to you last night will not happen again tonight.” Remo smiles and leaves the office.
Time: 3:48
Rating: 87/B+


Primus Allen defeated Jesse Christian by pinfall following the Running Powerslam
Time: 0:57
Rating: 28/E




We cut to the back where Dawn the Cheerleader is returning after a long absence. She is standing by for an interview. Before she can get started, Joe Sexy enters the picture with a smug look on his face...much to the dismay of Dawn who appears revolted at the sight of Joe. Joe says that he has missed having Dawn around and as a welcome back gift for her, Joe has decided he is going to personally show her around to make sure she gets re-acclimated with the Supreme Wrestling Federation. There is alot of innuendo going on here from Joe. Dawn politely refuses but Joe insists. Joe takes her hand but quickly releases when Des Davids enters the picture. He looks at Sexy and says, “Didn’t you hear the lady, she said no. Now beat it old man.” Joe Sexy gets a furious look on his face and storms off. Dawn smiles and looks borderline smitten as Des Davids also leaves.
Time: 5:34
Rating: 70/C+


Following commercial, Angry Gilmore makes his way to ring. Once there he requests that Jack Bruce makes his way down as well. Once Bruce's elaborate entrance is finished and he makes his way to the ring, Gilmore puts him on the spot. Gilmore demands to know if Bruce was in on the referee's fast count last night and what his motivation was. Bruce looks him dead in the eye and tells him that he is as confused as Gilmore is about the entire situation. Gilmore believes that Bruce is a honest man and he has no choice but to take his word on this. In his mind that can only mean one thing…Rich Money had to be behind the entire ordeal.
Time: 5:47
Rating: 81/B
Notes: I’m really tired of the crappy Angry Gilmore angles, especially when he is working with top talent.


American Machine defeated Enforcer Roberts by pinfall with a quick roll-up.
Time: 4:36
Rating: 43/D


Christian Faith and Steve Frehley are standing by in the back. They talk about the Nothing to Lose Ladder Match last night. Each man says they gave it their all but acknowledge that sometimes it takes a little luck too. Last night lady luck was on neither mans side and instead Vengeance walked away the victor. They agree that in a way that is good since it will allow them to focus on The Chase Agency. They warn The Chase Agency that they will not rest until Emma Chase no longer has a job and all three members of The Chase Agency are made to feel like every one of their victims have felt. They think The Chase Agency needs to stop playing number games and agree to a fair fight.
Time: 6:29
Rating: 72/B-


Christian Faith and Steve Frehley defeated Paul Huntingdon and Rogue by disqualification when Brandon James got involved in the match and attacked Steve Frehley.
Time: 15:30
Rating: 76/B-


Following the match, The Chase Agency continued their assault on Christian Faith and Steve Frehley. They took turns holding and hitting the two. As Brandon James picked up Faith and was preparing to hit him with his finisher, Spencer Spade made his SWF debut and ran in for the save. Upon seeing the newcomer, The Chase Agency quickly split up and left the ring. Spade helped Faith and Frehley to their feet. Steve Frehley appeared confused by the newcomer, but Faith hugged Spade and seemed to indicate to Frehley that Spade is on their side.
Time: 6:25
Rating: 83/B+




Jack Bruce defeated Remo by disqualification. Remo had a blatant disregard for the rules during this match and seemed intent on simply hurting Bruce. Jack Bruce retains the SWF World Heavyweight Championship.
Time: 15:04
Rating: 82/B
Notes: This match suffered from a lack of psychology and general flow. It severely hurt the rating of this match. Really disappointed that this one got dinged for lack of psychology when the one at When Hell Freezes Over did not.




Following the match, Remo continues his assault on Jack Bruce. Remo hits Bruce with The Destroyer not once…not twice…but three times. Completely convinced that he has decimated Jack Bruce, Remo leaves the ring side. As soon as Remo hits the curtain and disappears into the darkness of the back, Vengeance slithers out from under the ring. At first he slowly stalks his prey. He walks around the ring, he bides his time, and he waits for Bruce to move. As soon as Bruce starts to move, Vengeance slides into the ring. Vengeance hides just out of Bruce's view and patiently waits for him to work his way to his feet. Slowly Bruce is able to use the ropes to get to a standing position. He is obviously hurt. Vengeance strikes with the Skull Krusher leaving Bruce completely helpless in the center of the ring while an SWF referee looks on in horror. Vengeance turns his ice cold glare towards the official. Just when it appears that Vengeance is prepared to cash in The Contract on the first night it is valid, Vengeance disappears under the ring.
Time: 8:22
Rating: 96/A+


Post Show

Rich Money defeats Robbie Retro by pinfall with the Money in the Bank.
Time: 8:12
Rating: 58/C-


Final Show Rating: 84/B+
TV Rating: 13.67


Notes: Tried some different things here. Debuted several new workers and it seemed like each new one debuted a little better than one prior. Primus Allen got slapped with excruciatingly low momentum. That could be a bit tricky to increase to a respectable level. This show had really brutal in ring action that was redeemed by the quality of the skits. If we didn’t have some really great angles moving forward storylines here, this could have been a disaster. I was banking on a great main event to carry what I knew would be a poor undercard, the main event did not deliver the goods.
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SWF Owner Eric Eisen made waves this week on the internet when he announced on SWF.com that after the rough week Jack Bruce had last week, there would be no rest for the champion this week. Eisen announced that tonight Jack Bruce would face Rogue in a No Disqualification match. The SWF World Heavyweight Championship will not be on the line.

Angry Gilmore and Rich Money will both be in the building tonight. Was it really Money that bought the official at Nothing to Lose?

Catch all of this action plus much more on this week's episode of SWF Supreme TV!
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Three Weeks Until SWF Awesome Impact




SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

The Amazing Bumfholes defeated Justin Sensitive and Hugh de Aske by pinfall when Zimmy Bumfhole pinned Sensitive following the Bumfhole in One.
Time: 4:44
Rating: 55/C-
Notes: Sensitive and Hugh still don’t have chemistry, but they are our two opener level heels. I actually forgot about that, but I’m going to want to be able to put my two lowest level heels in a makeshift tag from time to time. I need to do something about this. Both members of The Amazing Bumfholes looked really good in this match. They are on fire with internet fans for putting on some show stealing performances lately. They are really making waves with overness gains despite having very little focus put on them during shows.


Valiant defeated Marc DuBois by pinfall following the V-Split
Time: 8:27
Rating: 73/B-
Notes: These two have really good chemistry.


Main Show

Supreme TV kicks off with Hero Squad in the back talking to each other. They can’t find Lobster Warrior and the two haven’t seen him since Nothing to Lose (Hey, that match last week was a dark match, it doesn’t count…work with me here). They decide they should have a peak around and see if anyone has seen him. The camera follows them as they look in closets, locker rooms, and even cabinets. Finally they come to one final door. They open it to reveal Eric Eisen’s office. Sitting in a chair talking to him is Vengeance. Eisen looks perturbed that Hero Squad just barged in his office and asks them what the hell they want. They tell him they are looking for Lobster Warrior and can’t seem to find him anywhere. Eisen glares at the two and without missing a beat says, “If I were you two buffoons I’d be more worried about myself. You two haven’t defended those Tag Team titles in a while. You should head to the ring….you have a title defense RIGHT NOW.”
Time: 5:01
Rating: 79/B


Hero Squad defeated Enforcer Roberts and Squeeky McClean by pinfall when Jungle Lord pinned Squeeky McClean following the Jungle Jack-Hammer.
Time: 7:52
Rating: 62/C


Following the match, Hero Squad look for Lobster Warrior all around ringside. They check under the ring, under the announcer table, and eventually exit through the crowd where they continue the search.
Time: 1:43
Rating: 65/C




Following commercial we go to the back where Angry Gilmore has just arrived. He goes barges straight to the locker room area and confronts Rich Money. Money is absolutely insistent that he didn't buy off the referee at Nothing to Lose. Infact, the way he sees it, had Gilmore won the title at Nothing to Lose, he'd probably be first in line for a title shot. Gilmore doesn’t buy what Money is selling and attacks him. It doesn’t take long for security and SWF officials to break apart the melee. Among the officials breaking up the brawl is SWF Owner Eric Eisen. He has a plan that should make both of them happy. He thinks there should be a tournament to determine the #1 Contender for the SWF World Heavyweight championship. In one bracket will be Christian Faith vs. Remo…..in the other bracket….Angry Gilmore vs. Rich Money. Both semi-final match-ups will take place next week on Supreme TV.
Time: 5:17
Rating: 80/B


Kurt Laramee defeated Huey Cannonball by pinfall following the Switchblade Powerslam
Time: 4:57
Rating: 60/C




Squeeky McClean is standing by in the back for an interview. In his mind he got cheated out of the SWF North American Championship last week by Des Davids. He says he wasn’t ready for the match and he retained the title at Nothing to Lose fair and square. After about thirty seconds of McClean rambling, Robbie Retro enters the picture. He thinks it is quite obvious that McClean hasn't been ready for a match in quite some time. Retro thinks McClean was one of the worse SWF North American Champions of all time and tells McClean that he has a match later tonight. If "Squeeks" wants to see how you get a victory in the Supreme Wrestling Federation he need only watch the match on the monitors. This infuriates Squeeky McClean who storms off.
Time: 2:28
Rating: 61/C


Following a commercial, Jack Bruce comes down to the ring to talk to the crowd. He says that from the day he became SWF World Heavyweight Champion he’s had a bullseye square on his back. Every night someone else tries to come out and make their name off Jack Bruce. He says it doesn’t matter if it’s Remo…Vengeance…Rogue…or any of the other guys in the back, he will be ready for them. Jack Bruce is ready for them every night of the year because what he does is come out and give his all every night. He acknowledges that after last week he isn’t 100%, but he’s going to march down to the ring later tonight and give everything he has to entertain these fans. He tells Rogue that he better bring his A game tonight because Jack Bruce always brings his.
Time: 6:14
Rating: 92/A


Robbie Retro defeated John Greed by pinfall following the Murder on the Dancefloor.
Time: 4:44
Rating: 56/C-


Christian Faith is in the back talking things over with Spencer Spade when Steve Frehley enters the room. Faith and Frehley shake hands. Faith introduces Spade to Frehley. He puts Spade over as a young man who reminds him of himself. He says that he’s taking the newcomer Spade under his wings and that he is a major ally in the battle against The Chase Agency. Frehley stops him there and says, “About that Christian….I have a plan.”
Time: 4:53
Rating: 72/B-




Brandon James defeated Des Davids by Count Out. During the match, Dawn the Cheerleader and Joe Sexy appeared on the Supreme-Tron. Sexy was once again putting the moves on Dawn and she obviously was not interested. This prompted Davids to forget about the match and head towards the back. Des Davids retains the SWF North American Championship.
Time: 9:45
Rating: 82/B


Following the match Steve Frehley makes his way out to the ring with a microphone in his hand. He gets in the ring and goes nose to nose with Brandon James. He then backs off and begins to talk. He asks James what kind of man hides behind someone like Emma Chase. He says that all he has heard is Emma talk, he’s out here to challenge James to a match one-on-one at Awesome Impact. He doesn’t want to know what Emma has to say about it…he wants to hear from James. Frehley hands the microphone to Brandon James who in a fit of rage accepts the challenge.
Time: 6:04
Rating: 88/B+


After commercial Des Davids confronts Joe Sexy about what he just saw happen on the Supreme-Tron during his match. Davids’ said, “What don’t you get old man, she isn’t interested in you.” Once again Sexy storms off in a fit of rage. Davids turns to leave, but Dawn the Cheerleader gives him a kiss on the cheek. Davids smiles as Dawn walks off.
Time: 4:47
Rating: 72/B-




Jack Bruce defeated Rogue by pinfall with the New York Minute in a No Disqualification Match. During the match, Paul Huntingdon attempted to interfere. This resulted in The Chase Agency being ejected from ringside. Towards the end of the match, Vengeance came out to the top of the ramp and viewed the action from afar. Bruce tried his best to ignore Vengeance, but he definitely kept an on him throughout the match.
Time: 14:54
Rating: 81/B
Notes: The match was penalized for a lack of psychology and a lack of selling going on.


Following the match, Jack Bruce immediately turns his attention to the ramp where Vengeance begins to slowly make his way down towards the ring. He makes several slow laps around the ring before finally turning back towards the ramp and slowly making his way to the back.
Time: 5:38
Rating: 99/A+


Final Show Rating: 87/B+
TV Rating: 13.59

Notes: Seems like a generous show rating to me, but I will take it. The angle time on this show was extremely heavy...more than I have done on a TV show so far. I had a bunch of information I needed to get across. I ended up having to cut some angles and save them for next week. All the angles definitely helped the show as they played a huge part in the final rating. With the top two rated angles being a 99 and a 92, they really carried this show rating.
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SWF Presents Uprising

Pre Show


Eric Eisen cuts a promo welcoming the entire crowd to the very first SWF Uprising. He thanks everyone for taking a chance and buying a ticket to see the event. He tells them that he thinks they will be extremely happy with the show.
Time: 6:11
Rating: 87/B+


Main Show

Kurt Laramee defeated Marshall Dillon by pinfall with the Switchblade Powerslam
Time: 3:47
Rating: 50/D+


Enforcer Roberts defeated American Machine by pinfall after hitting him with an illegal object.
Time: 7:32
Rating: 63/C


Following the contest, Enforcer Roberts isn’t finished with American Machine. He puts the boots to him and then locks on the R.C.T. and refuses to break it until the ring is full of officials.
Time: 3:51
Rating: 53/C-


Robbie Retro is standing by in the back for an interview. Retro thinks that Squeeky McClean should have taken notes on Retro’s match at Supreme TV, maybe it would help him break his slump. Retro offers a private tutoring lesson to McClean if he is willing to take him up on it. Retro thinks McClean needs it.
Time: 5:39
Rating: 64/C


The Amazing Bumfholes defeated The Platinum Blondes by pinfall. Zimmy Bumfhole pinned James Prudence following the Bumfhole in One.
Time: 7:44
Rating: 81/B


TV Rating: 0.98


Notes: This is a B show and as such will have no effect on SWF popularity or momentum. It will be used to move minor storylines, get guys TV time who can’t crack the show on Supreme TV, give guys momentum who need it, develop talent, give workers tryouts, test chemistry, build worker popularity, and showcase younger talent. As such the overall rating of this show is completely irrelevant and will never be posted.
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SWF.com announced a new bout for Awesome Impact. Following the actions of Enforcer Roberts on the inaugural airing of Uprising, he will be forced to meet American Machine. That brings the number of confirmed fights scheduled for Awesome Impact to three.



SWF World Heavyweight Championship
Jack Bruce(c) vs. Angry Gilmore, Christian Faith, Rich Money, or Remo

Steve Frehley vs. Brandon James

American Machine vs. Enforcer Roberts

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The tournament to find the #1 Contender for the SWF World Heavyweight Championship begins. Both semi-final bouts will take place this week as Angry Gilmore battles his nemesis Rich Money and the legendary Christian Faith goes to war against Remo.

Valiant returns to SWF TV for the first time since his loss to Eric Eisen at Nothing to Lose.

All of this plus much more on tonight's stacked episode of Supreme TV!
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