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Old 05-02-2014, 03:20 PM   #51
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Two Weeks Until SWF Awesome Impact



SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Marc DuBois defeated Jesse Christian by submission with the Model Solution.
Time: 5:14
Rating: 54/C-
Notes: This appearance marks the end of Jesse Christian’s two appearance trial contract with the SWF. His contract was not renewed. He got terrible momentum on his debut and I can’t make use of him. If he had the right momentum, I probably would have retained him. This match was better than expected.


American Machine defeated Justin Sensitive by pinfall after hitting Sensitive with his finisher Old Glory.
Time: 4:41
Rating: 48/D+
Thoughts: Yea…a disaster heading into the main show. I actually expected this though and have my first TV match is set to get the crowd going. I really need a larger roster of guys who are in the lower midcard-midcard range and aren't in storylines so I can continue to have my pre show get the crowd ready for the main stage.


Main Show

Supreme TV begins and Des Davids makes his way out with Dawn the Cheerleader on his arm. They stop at the top of the ramp and pause for the crowd when someone runs out from the back and clobbers Davids. It appears to be Joe Sexy. He drags Davids down to the concrete beside the ramp and begins to really put the wood to Davids. He finishes Des off with a piledriver directly on the concrete. Before running off he looks at Dawn and says, “You made this happen.”
Time: 5:04
Rating: 73/B-


The Awesomeness and The Amazing Bumfholes defeated Quadruple B and The Platinum Blondes in an eight man tag team match when Heuy Cannonball pinned James Prudence following the Cannonball Run.
Time: 7:46
Rating: 64/C




Squeeky McClean is standing by in the back. McClean isn’t happy about the words Robbie Retro spoke on Uprising. He says that they both have matches tonight…he has a feeling that one of them isn’t going to come out looking as good as the other.
Time: 2:29
Rating: 61/C




Brandon James makes his way to the ring accompanied by his manager Emma Chase. He responds to Steve Frehley’s comments last week. He says that Frehley coming out to put him on the spot following a match wasn’t fair, but he isn’t afraid of Frehley. He accepted the challenge then and he would do so again right now if Frehley was here. He addresses Frehley asking why Emma would talk for him. James accuses Frehley of being an idiot and says of course she is going to talk for me…she’s my agent. As far as James is concerned if all Frehley wants to think about is Emma then he is playing right into James' hand.
Time: 5:23
Rating: 83/B+


Paul Huntingdon defeated Robbie Reto by pinfall with the High Society following a distraction from Emma Chase.
Time: 5:30
Rating: 65/C




Captain Atomic and Jungle Lord are in the great state of Ohio following what they say was a hot tip on the whereabouts of Lobster Warrior. They say a credible source told them they saw Lobby in a homeless camp in the city of Cleveland and they are here to check it out. They ask around and all of a sudden a loud, “Bang, Bang” goes off around a corner. Hero Squad investigate the cause of the disturbance and find what appears to be a dark and dreary alley. As the camera comes into focus, the alley is full of broken aquariums and rubber bands. Jungle Lord picks up a rubber band and it appears it has been cut! Who would smash all these aquariums and cut all these rubber bands? Captain Atomic notices a piece of paper. On it is an address in Maine. Captain Atomic and Jungle Lord agree that they must check out this new location.
Time: 4:54
Rating: 68/C+


Jack Bruce makes his way to the ring. He addresses Vengeance and says that from where Jack Bruce is standing all Vengeance wants to do is play games. He acknowledges that is tired of looking over his shoulder, but if Vengeance wants to play games Bruce is down anytime. Bruce says that even with Vengeance lurking in the shadows, he has a match to prepare for at Awesome Impact and that whoever wins the tournament better be prepared for Jack Bruce.
Time: 5:21
Rating: 82/B
Thoughts: Tough crowd tonight. Nothing else to say…Brandon James cut a higher rated promo tonight than Jack Bruce. That’s a guy so bad on the microphone he needs a manager to talk for him….a manager who I botched a gimmick change for so now he actually does have to talk, cutting a higher rated promo than the best talker in the world. It’s going to be one of THOSE nights.


Squeeky McClean defeated Marshall Dillon by pinfall following the Stain Removal.
Time: 5:25
Rating: 64/C


Valiant is making his way down to the ring to face SWF newcomer Daryl Ray. About halfway down to the ring, Kurt Laramee strikes. He clubs Valiant in the back with a forearm and begins to stomp him while he is down. Ray exits the ring and begins to help Laramee. The two double team Valiant and work him over with a chair. They toss Valiant in the ring where Laramee finishes him off with the Switchblade Powerslam. On his way to the back, Laramee looks into the camera and says, “This is my time!”
Time: 5:28
Rating: 71/B-
Notes: Daryl Ray is indy darling Mobstar. He plays a gangsta. It bombed. Seems I’m shooting about 50/50 on these gimmicks. I gave him the max amount of creative freedom thinking if it hit a homerun it would make it that much easier to get him over.




Rich Money defeated Angry Gilmore by pinfall with Dollars from Heaven following interference from Money’s hired stooge Joe Sexy. Sexy hit Gilmore with something that looked like brass knuckles.
Time: 15:08
Rating: 86/B+




Remo defeated Christian Faith by pinfall with The Destroyer.
Time: 18:02
Rating: 83/B+


Following the match, Remo seems intent to send a message by continuing the assault on Faith. He picks Faith up and sets him up yet another The Destroyer when Spencer Spade runs in for the save, running Remo off and towards the back.
Time: 5:19
Rating: 85/B+


Final Show Rating: 82/B
TV Rating: 13.63

Thoughts: Not a disaster….but could have been much better. Everything with the exception of Gilmore-Money fell flat on this show. Tough crowd tonight.
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Old 05-02-2014, 05:11 PM   #52
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SWF Presents Uprising

Pre Show

Zimmy Bumfhole defeated Enforcer Roberts by pinfall following the Bumfhole in One.
Time: 8:12
Rating: 77/B


Main Show

Uprising begins with Robbie Retro standing in the ring. He says that he knows that Squeeky McClean is in the building tonight and he would like him to come out. McClean makes his way to the ring. Once he’s in the ring, McClean immediately begins to laugh at Retro for his loss on Supreme TV. McClean sarcastically tells Retro that he really showed him how it was done on Supreme TV. Retro responds and gets in a few puns and the crowd has a few laughs at McClean’s expense. Eventually the two agree that words probably won't be able to solve anything and they agree to meet in a match at Awesome Impact.
Time: 7:44
Rating: 58/C-


American Machine defeated Hugh de Aske by pinfall following Old Glory.
Time: 3:06
Rating: 44/D


Following a commercial break, Eric Eisen is sitting in his office in the back when Primus Allen knocks on the door and enters the room. He tells Eisen that he came to the SWF to make a huge impact. Primus Allen is a name that will strike fear when anyone sees they have to face him in a match. People will leave the arena when they see their name across from Primus Allen. He tells Eric that all he is looking for is a chance, and if Eric has a little faith in him, he will repay it by smashing everyone in his way. Eric tells him that talk is cheap. He thinks that Allen may have gotten by on his shear size alone in the past, but in the Supreme Wrestling Federation there have been many men his size come and go. They just couldn’t cut it and he wants to know why Allen thinks he has what it takes to succeed here. Allen says that he is the most powerful man the Supreme Wrestling Federation has ever seen. Eisen says he would love to take his word for it, but this isn't the first time anyone has made that claim. He says Allen will have to prove it and he can start tonight in a match against Marshall Dillon.
Time: 5:59
Rating: 80/B


Primus Allen defeated Marshall Dillon by pinfall following the Running Powerslam.
Time: 0:32
Rating: 29/E
Notes: Marshall Dillon was really off his game tonight. I wonder if this had anything to do with him finding out he was booked to lose a thirty-two second squash match to a new guy tonight? I need to fix Primus Allen’s momentum. He is definitely a guy who has the potential to be a big player around here. He’s a larger, much more physically intimidating version of Des Davids, with better camera skills. Like Davids’, he is shockingly athletic and has a history as a football player. There probably isn’t anyone his size, 300lb+, that moves as well as he does in the entire world of professional wrestling.


The Awesomeness defeated The Platinum Blondes by pinfall when Huey Cannonball pinned James Prudence following the Cannonball Run.
Time: 7:40
Rating: 65/C

TV Rating: 0.96
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Old 05-02-2014, 05:19 PM   #53
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The Supreme Wrestling Federation Championship Committee announced a new match for Awesome Impact this week. According to the companies Twitter account, Hero Squad will put the titles on the line in a fatal four way match at Awesome Impact. They will be facing The Amazing Bumfholes, The Awesomeness, and Quadruple B. The bout is only scheduled for one fall, so the first team to score a victory will leave the arena with Tag Team gold.

Following Kurt Laramee's actions on Supreme TV this week, Valiant has asked for and been granted a chance at revenge. Valiant will battle Kurt Laramee at Awesome Impact.

Here is the current card for Awesome Impact.



SWF World Heavyweight Championship
Jack Bruce(c) vs. Rich Money or Remo

SWF World Tag Team Championship
Hero Squad(c) vs. The Amazing Bumfholes vs. The Awesomeness vs. Quadruple B

American Machine vs. Enforcer Roberts

Robbie Retro vs. Squeeky McClean

Steve Frehley vs. Brandon James

Valiant vs. Kurt Laramee

--Card is subject to change.
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--Supreme TV preview

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This week on Supreme TV, the tournament to declare the #1 Contender for the SWF World Heavyweight Championship nears its end as only two men remain. Rich Money stands opposite Remo. Rumor around the back is that this doesn't sit very well at all with Angry Gilmore who lost to Rich Money in the semi-finals last week after outside interference. One thing is for sure...there WILL be a match and the winner WILL face Jack Bruce at Awesome Impact. But will it be Rich Money vs. Remo, Angry Gilmore vs. Remo...or something else entirely?

Hero Squad set off for Maine in their quest to find The Crustacean Sensation. During a trip to Cleveland last week they found a note sending them to a fishing village in Maine. What awaits them on the piers?

You will see a preview to the fatal four way match at Awesome Impact for the SWF World Tag Team Championship. This week on Supreme TV three of the top teams in the Supreme Wrestling Federation will square off in a triangle tag team match!

All of this plus much more on the final Supreme TV before Awesome Impact!
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SWF Awesome Impact is less than one week away!



SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Valiant and Robbie Retro defeated Quadruple B by pinfall after Valiant pinned Bart Biggins following the V-Split.
Time: 4:48
Rating: 62/C


Christian Faith defeated Marc DuBois by pinfall with the Leap of Faith
Time: 8:13
Rating: 76/B-


Main Show


Supreme TV starts with a representative of the SWF Championship Committee standing in the ring. He asks for Rich Money and Remo to come down to the ring. After both men are finished making their entrances he instructs them to sit at a long table in the middle of the ring. It seems we are about to have a good ol’ fashioned contract signing. He says that he has prepared a contract between the two stating that the winner of their match later tonight will receive a shot at Jack Bruce’s SWF World Heavyweight Championship at Awesome Impact. He begins to hand the contracts to the combatants, but the proceedings are interrupted by Angry Gilmore’s music. It seems that Mr. Gilmore is not happy with the ending of his semi-final match last week and thinks that this entire “tournament” process is nothing but a sham. He thinks that considering the way he was defeated that he deserves a spot in the match tonight. Both Rich Money and Remo come up for air and object, but the representative of the Championship Committee actually agrees. He decides that tonight’s match will be a triple threat match and the winner will get the shot at Jack Bruce at Awesome Impact.
Time: 6:14
Rating: 78/B




Jack Bruce defeated Enforcer Roberts by pinfall following the New York Minute.
Time: 7:44
Rating: 85/B+
Thoughts: Should have been the co-main event.




Following a commercial break, Captain Atomic and Jungle Lord arrive at a foggy fishing village on the coast of Maine. After a quick brain storming session, they decide that the best place to start their search is the harbor. They arrive and find a commotion next to the ocean. The owner of the first boat they come to appears to be furious. They ask him what is wrong and he explains that his "damn boat" won’t start. He goes on to say that this ship is his pride and joy and as of yesterday was in perfect condition. He doesn’t understand what is wrong with it, but if he doesn’t get it fixed ASAP he will lose everything he has. Hero Squad ask him what kind of ship he runs and he responds that the entire town…"every boat in the harbor is in the lobster catching business." He takes so much pride in his speech that he seems to forget that his boat won’t run. As he continues to talk about how important “lobsterin'” is, he picks up one of his lobster traps and immediately freezes. It has been destroyed. He fumbles through the rest of his traps and they are all destroyed as well. Finally he stumbles upon a note and reads it. Captain Atomic asks him what it says to which he responds, “This isn’t for me…it is addressed to you two.”

Hero Squad read the letter which simply states, “Greenwalt Dome, Suite 201, --Baine.” Hero Squad have a shocked look on their face as the camera pans out to reveal that the entire fleet at the fishing village has been sabotaged. Following the segment the announcers explain that the Greenwalt Dome is the site of Awesome Impact this Sunday. They speculate on who or what "Baine" could be.
Time: 6:10
Rating: 70/C+


Squeeky McClean defeated American Machine by pinfall following the Stain Removal.
Time: 5:27
Rating: 55/C-




Valiant is standing by in the back for an interview. He respects what Kurt Laramee is trying to accomplish and thinks that the goal for all young fighters should be to name for themselves in the Supreme Wrestling Federation but thinks the way he is going about doing it is despicable. He warns Laramee that it is one thing to attack Valiant from behind and then kick him while he is down and it is something completely different to have to stand across the ring from him and beat him in a fair fight. He says that at Awesome Impact Kurt Laramee had best be ready for a fight because that is what he is going to get.
Time: 4:30
Rating: 75/B-

Jack Bruce’s music fills the arena and out comes the rock star to talk in the ring. He thinks it was nice last week not having Vengeance around, but he knows that won’t last. He knows that Jack Bruce is a hunted man. He knows that a monster is hunting him. He knows that tonight, three men are going to step in the ring and all three of them are hunting him too. Being the SWF World Heavyweight Champion means that everyone is hunting you every night of the year. If Vengeance thinks he has Jack Bruce scared….he doesn’t know Jack Bruce very well. He says that tonight after the triple threat match is finished, he’s going to come down to the ring and look the winner right in the eyes, that way at Awesome Impact they know exactly what they have in store for them.
Time: 5:47
Rating: 92/A


Primus Allen defeated Marshall Dillon with the Running Powerslam.
Time: 0:33
Rating: 30/E+




Dawn the Cheerleader and Des Davids are standing by in the back. Davids thinks that what Joe Sexy did to him last week was despicable. He says that Sexy was trying to end his career. A piledriver on the concrete ends careers. Davids says he doesn’t care what he has to do…he is getting his hands on Joe Sexy at Awesome Impact. If it takes him putting the SWF North American Championship on the line…Joe Sexy has it. He says he is going to make Joe Sexy pay at Awesome Impact.
Time: 4:20
Rating: 60/C


Following commercial the announcers say that there is a disturbance in the back. The camera focuses on the conflict and it appears The Chase Agency is in a stand-off with Steve Frehley. Frehley doesn’t seem to be backing down. He tells The Chase Agency to bring it if that is what they want to do. Steve Frehley will fight all three of them right now! After careful consideration, The Chase Agency decide that right now is actually not a good time and right here is not a good place to go to war with Frehley and instead back off down a hallway.
Time: 5:39
Rating: 74/B-


The Amazing Bumfholes defeated The Awesomeness and The Platinum Blondes by pinfall after Randy Bumfhole pinned Frederique Antonio Garcia following the Bumfhole Blaster.
Time: 8:03
Rating: 73/B-




Remo defeated Angry Gilmore and Rich Money by pinfall when he pinned Angry Gilmore following The Destroyer.
Time: 20:55
Rating: 85/B+
Thoughts: Tough call. My storylines I plan on running required a Remo victory here. I know it isn't going to be great...we've seen the match twice so far in this dynasty and both times it wasn't great. It has to happen though.




Following the match, as promised Jack Bruce begins to make his way to the ring. Gilmore and Money are down on the outside and Remo is standing in the ring waiting on him. Remo looks like he is ready for a fight. Bruce gets halfway to the ring when a shadowy figure leaps out from the crowd and attacks him. It is Vengeance! Vengeance has struck! Vengeance grabs the steel steps and absolutely obliterates Bruce. By the time he is finished with the steps, Jack Bruce is wearing crimson mask. Vengeance picks him up for Six Feet Under #1 on the outside. Then he hits him with Six Feet Under #2 and finishes Jack Bruce off with Six Feet Under #3.

Vengeance rolls Bruce inside the ring and appears like he is about to cash in The Contract! Not so fast! Remo is still here. There is no way Remo is going to let Vengeance cash in. Not right now, not with Bruce hurt, and not with Remo getting his shot at the title in less than a week. Remo and Vengeance have a heated argument and both men stand their ground. Vengeance strikes first at Remo and gets a few good punches in before he sends Remo into the ropes with a hard irish whip. Remo bounces off the ropes and ducks under a clothesline, off the rebound he catches Vengeance with a hard spear. Vengeance rolls to the outside as Remo celebrates in the ring. Medical personnel swarm the ring to take care of Jack Bruce, Remo stands menacingly over Bruce and appears to be daring Vengeance to roll back into the ring as Supreme TV fades to black.
Time: 8:29
Rating: 97/A+


Final Show Rating: 86/B+
TV Rating: 13.31
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Old 05-04-2014, 07:21 PM   #56
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--Breaking news from internet wrestling news site rasslerumor.com

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United States Professional Wrestling World Champion Tyson Baine has parted ways with the company and as a result the USPW World Championship is now vacant. Baine is a two time USPW World Champion and also a former TCW World Heavyweight Champion. Our sources are telling us that the reason for his departure is a creative disagreement with the new owner of the company.

There appears to be little doubt that Tyson Baine is indeed the "Baine" that was referenced last night on Supreme TV.
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SWF presents Uprising

Pre Show

Zimmy Bumfhole defeated Marc DuBois by pinfall with the Bumfhole in One.
Time: 7:56
Rating: 75/B-

Main Show

Eric Eisen is in the back talking to Primus Allen. He tells Allen that tonight he gets another match with Marshall Dillon…and he knows what to do. “Show me how much you want it Primus…show me what you can do.” Eisen builds Allen up for the fight. It seems that toonight might not be a good night to be Marshall Dillon.
Time: 5:36
Rating: 85/B+


The Awesomeness defeated Justin Sensitive and John Greed by pinfall when Huey Cannonball pinned Justin Sensitive with the Shock and Awe.
Time: 4:49
Rating: 65/C


BJ O’Neil and American Machine are standing by in the back for an interview. BJ says she hopes that Enforcer Roberts is prepared to live with the decisions he has made over the last few weeks. She says he just keeps poking his noise in American Machines' business and quite frankly...she's never seen him this focused. She says that at Awesome Impact American Machine is going to get the final words in on Roberts.
Time: 3:45
Rating: 52/D+


Primus Allen defeated Marshall Dillon by pinfall with the Running Powerslam
Time: 0:39
Rating: 33/E+
Notes: Marshall Dillon had an off night. He seems to have these when he’s lined up for a squash match.


Kurt Laramee is in the back waiting to have an interview. He says that the one thing Kurt Laramee always is, is ready for is a fight. He says that Valiant has lived a pampered life. Valiant, the big military hero, the patriot. He says that Valiant is delusional. Laramee grew up on the streets, he lived in a warzone his entire life. Laramee laughs, he says that Valiant doesn’t know what a fight is, he doesn’t know what a war is…but he will find out…this Sunday at Awesome Impact.
Time: 6:23
Rating: 61/C


Joe Sexy defeated Robbie Retro by pinfall following outside interference from Squeeky McClean.
Time: 7:41
Rating: 51/D+
Notes: Bad chemisty here. I should have known that going in though. Need to check these better.


TV Rating: 0.88
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Old 05-04-2014, 07:36 PM   #58
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As reported on SWF.com it seems that Angry Gilmore and Rich Money will settle their differences this Sunday at Awesome Impact. The match was added to card late last night. The card appears to have completely taken shape. The eight match event set for Sunday looks like:



SWF World Heavyweight Championship
Jack Bruce(c) vs. Remo

SWF North American Championship
Des Davids(c) vs. Joe Sexy

SWF World Tag Team Championship
Hero Squad(c) vs. The Amazing Bumfholes vs. The Awesomeness vs. Quadruple B

American Machine vs. Enforcer Roberts

Angry Gilmore vs. Rich Money

Robbie Retro vs. Squeeky McClean

Steve Frehley vs. Brandon James

Valiant vs. Kurt Laramee

--Card is final.
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SWF Presents Awesome Impact
Live on Pay-Per-View


Pre Show

John Greed defeated Marshall Dillon by pinfall following the Crash Diet.
Time: 5:59
Rating: 58/C-


Paul Huntingdon and Rogue defeated Christian Faith and Spencer Spade by pinfall when Rogue pinned Spencer Spade following the Crashing On.
Time: 14:50
Rating: 69/C+


Main Show



The intro video plays, the lights get bright, and the pyrotechnics explode as SWF Awesome Impact begins. The show starts with the camera focused on the announcers as they explain that earlier today Jack Bruce arrived at the arena not exactly in fighting shape. A video rolls of Bruce arriving at the arena on crutches and wearing a neck brace. The announcers speculate on the fate of tonight’s SWF World Heavyweight Championship match and all seem to agree that Jack Bruce does not look fit to fight Remo tonight.
Time: 3:37
Rating: 83/B+




Rich Money defeated Angry Gilmore by pinfall following the Bank Roll.
Time: 23:35
Rating: 89/A
Thoughts: As expected: A Classic.


The camera finds Hero Squad as they are preparing to breach suite 201. They agree that now is the time and Jungle Lord opens the door. Inside the room is dark as night. As the camera adjusts you can faintly make out the silhouette of Lobster Warrior tied to a chair. Captain Atomic and Jungle Lord slowly enter the room and begin to rescue Lobster Warrior by freeing him from the chair. Once both of them are firmly inside the room, the door slams shut and a hulking figure emerges from the darkness. The sound makes both members of Hero Squad turn around and forget about Lobby for a split second. The figure moves forward and light hits his face revealing that he is Tyson Baine. Captain Atomic demands that the villain release his captive. Baine laughs manically and says that there is no hostage in this room. Hero Squad slowly turn around to find that their “friend” was never really in any danger. As soon as Lobster Warrior comes into view he catches both members of Hero Squad with a double clothesline. Baine joins in as well and Lobster Warrior and Baine leave Hero Squad down in a heap in suite 201.
Time: 8:22
Rating: 72/B-
Notes: Baine debuted with a monster gimmick. It was rated 52. Workable. I really wanted better though. Lobster Warrior turned heel and it was a complete success.


Valiant defeated Kurt Laramee by pinfall with the V-Split
Time: 5:02
Rating: 62/C




Following the match Valiant celebrates with the crowd. He grabs a microphone and tells the fans that Valiant clearly knows how to fight and that he isn't going to rest until he is the SWF World Heavyweight Champion.
Time: 3:56
Rating: 73/B-




Jack Bruce enters Eric Eisen’s office. He tells Eisen that after the assault from Vengeance on Supreme TV that he isn’t medically cleared to fight tonight. He explains that he visited three different world renown physician’s this week, hoping one of them would be able to clear him, but that isn’t going to be the case. He says that it is probably for the better anyway, because he feels so bad that he knows he wouldn’t be anywhere near 100% for a title defense tonight. Bruce feels like he is letting his fans down, but thinks that Eisen is partially at fault for this whole thing. He says that Eisen needs to figure out a way to control Vengeance before someone’s career is ended. He says that Vengeance is a monster without remorse and that what he did to Bruce on Tuesday was way over the line.

Eisen sits and listens to the whole thing without offering a comment. When Bruce finishes Eisen replies that if Jack Bruce doesn’t defend the SWF World Heavyweight Championship tonight against Remo that he will be stripped of the title. Eisen tells Bruce that it seems he has a decision to make.
Time: 6:20
Rating: 89/A


The Amazing Bumfholes defeated The Awesomeness, Hero Squad, and Quadruple B in a four way tag team match for the SWF World Tag Team Championship when Randy Bumfhole pinned Brett Biggans following the Bumfhole Blaster. The Amazing Bumfholes are the NEW SWF World Tag Team Champions.
Time: 9:51
Rating: 66/C+
Notes: Randy Bumfhole's character is apparently stale.




Des Davids and Dawn the Cheerleader are standing by in the back for an interview. He says that later tonight he will have the last word in his battle with Joe Sexy. He says that Sexy started something that he isn’t going to be able to finish. Des Davids says he’s entering and leaving the match with the SWF North American Championship and that he’s going to teach Joe Sexy some manners in the process. "This will be a humbling night for you, Joe Sexy."
Time: 6:05
Rating: 78/B


Squeeky McClean defeated Robbie Retro by pinfall with the Stain Removal.
Time: 3:25
Rating: 60/C


Christian Faith is in the back sitting in the locker room when Spencer Spade and an unknown worker appear. Spade introduces Faith to his friend Clark Alexander. Spade says that the two of them are good buddies and he wants to know if Faith will mentor Alexander as well. Faith looks at the newcomer, pauses, then looks at Spencer Spade. He accuses Spade of not taking this opportunity seriously and says that he saw something in HIM, otherwise he wouldn’t be here. He tells Alexander to run off, which he does and then talks to Spade. He tells him how much learning hands-on from a guy who has been everywhere and seen everything there is to see in professional wrestling can help a youngsters career. He says that not everybody gets an opportunity like this, infact, Spade is the only person Faith has ever offered to mentor. He says that he needs to get his head on straight and that “boot camp” starts on Tuesday.
Time: 5:59
Rating: 68/C+
Notes: Clark Alexander debuted and his gimmick (we will just call it “gimmick” for right now as I’m not prepared to reveal the actual name of it yet) is rated 72. Fairly happy with this rating as it is high enough not to penalize any segments.




Remo is in the back with a microphone in hand. He calls Jack Bruce a coward and says that Bruce isn’t man enough to come out tonight and face Remo. He says that if Bruce isn’t able to fight tonight that means that Remo doesn’t get his title shot. If Remo doesn't get his title shot....someone will pay. He reveals that someone to be Vengeance. Remo hopes Vengeance is in the building because he says that tonight either Jack Bruce or Vengeance will feel The Destroyer.
Time: 6:01
Rating: 84/B+




Des Davids defeats Joe Sexy by pinfall with the Quarterback Sack. Des Davids retains the SWF North American Championship.
Time: 10:05
Rating: 65/C


Following the match, Dawn the Cheerleader grabs the North American Championship from the timekeepers area and starts to climb the stairs. Before she can get in the ring, Squeeky McClean runs out from the back and steals the title from her. He grabs the belt and quickly bolts to the back. Des Davids tends to Dawn who was knocked down in the process. After he realizes Dawn is going to be alright, Des gets a foul look on his face and gazes down the aisle.
Time: 3:43
Rating: 69/C+


Enforcer Roberts defeated American Machine by submission with the R.C.T.
Time: 5:53
Rating: 46/D


Following the bout, Enforcer Roberts isn’t finished with American Machine. He refuses to release the R.C.T. until American Machine completely passes out. After Machine goes completely out, Roberts fights his way through the sea of security personnel swarming the ring and makes his way to the back.
Time: 4:02
Rating: 60/C


The camera picks up Jack Bruce in the back! He has on his wrestling attire and is wearing the belt. It seems we have our answer. Jack Bruce will defend his title tonight.
Time: 0:46
Rating: 77/B


Brandon James is in the back with Emma Chase and the rest of The Chase Agency. James says he has been waiting for tonight for a long time. He finally gets to shut up that loud mouth Steve Frehley. James says that when he is finished with Frehley tonight that everyone in the Supreme Wrestling Federation will find out what happens when you cross The Chase Agency.
Time: 5:47
Rating: 87/B+




Steve Frehley defeated Brandon James by pinfall with the Frehley’s Comet after Rogue interfered in the match and accidentally hit Brandon James.
Time: 14:32
Rating: 74/B-
Thoughts: Ouch




Remo defeated Jack Bruce by pinfall with The Destroyer to win the SWF World Heavyweight Championship. Vengeance was on the prowl during the match, watching the action from the shadows.
Time: 10:07
Rating: 77/B
Thoughts: Kept it short. Match didn’t get dinged for psychology. Match got dinged for length. Seems the penalty for length is more severe than the penalty for lack of ring psychology.




Following the match Eric Eisen makes his way to the ring. He says that Remo is HIS champion. He says that tonight is the dawn of a new era for The Supreme Wrestling Federation, one where the fans can be proud of the man who represents the company. One where the SWF World Heavyweight Championship means something. He says that Remo is the man to usher in this new era.

Vengeance takes all of this in from the top of the entrance ramp. He watches but does not strike.
Time: 6:11
Rating: 90/A


Final Rating: 85/B+
Buy Rate: 3.42

*No explantion for the slipping buy rate. This is down massively despite our popularity being at an all time high and the wrestling business in the US being on an upswing.
Thoughts: Angles carried this show much more than the matches did. The show started out with a MOTY candidate in Gilmore vs. Money and couldn’t ever live back up to that as far as action. I knew that would be the top match on the show, that is why I choose to lead with it. I could have ended the show with that match and ended up with a far better show rating, but that would almost feel like cheating. That wasn’t a well-built storyline and the main draws of this show were the Frehley-James and Bruce-Remo-Vengeance from a storyline perspective. The show had to end with those two.

I would describe this show as a building show. Not so much as a building show from the company perspective…but from an overness of workers perspective this show was a homerun. Brandon James is up to 85 across the US…an increase even in defeat. Frehley jumped from 78 to 85 across the US with his victory. With the victory over Bruce, Remo is a true superstar rated A+ (97) in overness across the US, Canada, and Mexico. This is the match that made Remo. Prior to tonight he was solidly our #2 wrestler and #1 heel, but he was rated from 87-90 in overness across our coverage areas. He needed this victory. This victory made Remo an icon in terms of popularity.

How hard did this loss impact Bruce? Not at all. He’s down from a couple 100’s, mostly 98’s and a few 97s across our coverage area to a few 99’s and mostly 97s. It will take him a week…maybe two to rebound his popularity. Vengeance and Eric Eisen are now both “A” rated in popularity. I fear Vengeance is soft capped at 85 though, he always falls back off. This will be true test as he jumped up to 89's and 90's following this show. If he falls back to 85....that would be 100% confirmation of his ceiling. Des Davids also greatly benefited from his victory over Joe Sexy tonight increasing from a 68 across the US to a 71. He's a rising star.

Not all was great. Angry Gilmore is down nearly 10 points from his peak of 84 about a month ago. I’ve been fighting a losing battle with this guy. He’s soft capped in overness and was hemorrhaging a point or two a week. I wanted to make him a MAJOR player…but it just isn’t going to happen. He’s a solid 75 right now and likely a fixture in the upper midcard. It just won’t be possible to push him up to the main event unfortunately.

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"I've been nothing but fair to you people yet you continue with the slaughter. I've been your hero. You return the favor by eating my people. You kill them all, you fill up nets. You fill up your buffets. You are ruthless. You won't listen and you can't be reasoned with. You drove me to this. You killed Lobster Warrior, but you gave birth to DEATHCLAW. You made me unleash Baine. I will protect my people regardless of the costs."

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Fallout from Sunday Night's Awesome Impact event threatens to boil over as Eric Eisen has a major announcement planned for tonight's show. Rumor around the back is that a new face will debut tonight and internet gossip mills are linking them to Eisen's major announcement.

Lobster Warrior faces the fans after turning his back on them last night. What will the fallen super hero turned mega villain have to say when he addresses the entire Supreme Wrestling Federation.

After Rogue stuck his nose in the Steve Frehley-Brandon James match from Awesome Impact, it has been announced that Rogue will go toe to toe with the "The Dark Destroyer" Steve Frehley tonight.

Spencer Spade will make his in-ring debut and much more will take place on tonight's episode of Supreme TV!
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Pre Show

Kurt Laramee defeated American Machine and John Greed in a triple threat match.
Time: 5:07
Rating: 61/C


Rich Money defeated Valiant by count out.
Time: 11:52
Rating: 82/B
Notes: These two have great chemistry. I intentionally booked this match with the hopes of it being worse than this. This was my warm up the crowd match, booking notes should have forced this match into the mid to low 70s, chemistry brought it up. These two could turn each other into stars with a well booked storyline. Not entirely sure that will be in the cards anytime soon though.


Main Show



The lights turn bright and Supreme TV begins with a blaze of fireworks. With smoke still lingering in the air, Eric Eisen’s music fills the arena. Eisen makes his way towards the ring and he isn’t alone. Remo and an unknown female fall in behind the boss. Once in the ring, Eisen proclaims to be the mastermind behind a plan to get the title on Remo. He explains that his plot was foiled at Nothing to Lose when the referee make a mistake and counted the victory for the wrong man…a mistake that has since be rectified. He says that this is a new era, the era of The Supremacists. He continues to say that Remo was handpicked to carry the torch in the Supreme Wrestling Federation, and much like he won the SWF World Heavyweight Championship, a new woman will be the face of women's wrestling. He explains that the woman in the ring is also a founding member of The Supremacists and she goes by the name Raven. He says that next week the Supreme Wrestling Federation will debut the SWF Women’s Championship and during a ceremony live on Supreme TV, Raven will be presented with the title. She will become the very first Supreme Wrestling Federation Women’s Champion.

Eisen then asks Remo how he would like to celebrate the new era. Remo decides he would like to bring it with a tag team match. He proposes that tonight, Eisen should use his power to give the two of them a match against The Awesomeness. Eisen agrees and says that the celebration will continue later tonight.
Time: 7:31
Rating: 91/A
Notes: Raven is Raven Nightfall, one of the established stars of women’s wrestling in North America. She debuted her goth chick gimmick (apparently Eric is into that or something) and it rated as 77.


Des Davids and The Amazing Bumfholes defeated Enforcer Roberts and The Platinum Blondes by pinfall when Davids pinned James Prudence following the Quarterback Sack.
Time: 8:07
Rating: 70/C+




The camera finds Lobster Warrior and Tyson Baine in a dark and mysterious location.....might be the boiler room (At some point Mick Foley is going to burst into on of these guys segments like the Kool Aid Man). Lobster Warrior begins by saying that this isn’t what everyone is making it out to be. He says that he didn’t turn his back on the fans. The fans turned their back on him a long time ago. He says that they are all content to show up to Supreme Wrestling Federation shows and watch Lobster Warrior save the day, but the cries of his people fall on deaf ears when following the event they all flock out to the local buffet and stuff their fat stomachs full of all you can eat seafood. He tells them he gave them everything he had, his all, and they gave him nothing in return. They forced his hand, they made him find the monster Tyson Baine. He says that Tyson Baine understands, Tyson Baine is the guardian angel for all the oceans creatures.

Lobster Warrior hands the microphone to Baine who speaks, “Pain…….suffering….darkness…..death.” Lobster warrior speaks again. He says that Lobster Warrior is dead and that Deathclaw is born in his place. Deathclaw will make these people respect the ocean.
Time: 5:59
Rating: 78/B
Notes: The Deathclaw gimmick debuted with a 60 rating. Perhaps Sterlingice was right. I think it adds to the whole idea that Deathclaw and Baine have poor gimmicks. Clearly there weren’t going to be great and I’m glad that the game has recognized that. Still....I’m still going to shove these two down everyones throat. Hope you all like seafood.


Joe Sexy defeated Clark Alexander by pinfall with the One Night Stand.
Time: 5:02
Rating: 40/D-




Jack Bruce conducted a sit down interview from his home with SWF color commentator Ana Garcia. Garcia starts the interview by asking Bruce how he is recovering from everything that has happened to him recently. Bruce says that it’s been hard, but fortunately nothing serious is wrong with him. He fully expects to return to SWF TV next week. He says that it is important to remember that as the former champion he has a mandatory re-match clause. He says that while he is clearly going to be gunning for his SWF World Heavyweight Championship, his primary motivation is revenge. Garcia asks him who he wants revenge on but Bruce quickly ends the interview.
Time: 6:17
Rating: 92/A


Spencer Spade defeated Big Smack Scott with the Supreme Stunner.
Time: 4:48
Rating: 44/D


Following the match, the camera cuts quickly to the back where Vengeance is shown walking down a dark corridor. The announcers speculate if he has picked tonight to cash in The Contract. Supreme TV then cuts to commercial.
Time: 0:46
Rating: 75/B-


Following the break, Steve Frehley catches up with Christian Faith and Spencer Spade in the parking lot as they are about to leave the building. He tells them that he has a match up next against Rogue and asks if the two of them still have his back. Faith pauses for a minute before telling Spade to go ahead and get in the car. Once Spade is out of earshot, Faith tells Frehley, “I’m an old dog and The Chase Agency are young wolves. I just don’t have the fight in me anymore to take them on, Steve. Spencer, he’s a young pup, he isn’t ready yet. I’d love to you help you Steve, we just aren’t able to do it right now.” Faith gets in the car and a dejected Frehley heads toward the ring.
Time: 5:44
Rating: 76/B-




Steve Frehley defeated Rogue by pinfall with Frehley’s Comet following a distraction from Brandon James. James and Rogue became involved in a heated argument during the match which allowed Frehley to gain the upper hand.
Time: 15:25
Rating: 81/B


Following the match, James and Rogue nearly come to blows, the only thing stopping the escalation of the conflict is Paul Huntingdon who is able to talk both men down. Emma suggests that the two should talk it out and directs ringside staff to hand the two men a microphone.

James blames Rogue for his loss to Frehley at Awesome Impact. Rogue blames James for his loss to Frehley tonight. Harsh words are said, but at the end of the day no blood is spilled. The Chase Agency leave the ring together. Emma seems confident that the beef between James and Rogue has been settled here tonight.
Time: 5:49
Rating: 87/B+


Eric Eisen and Remo defeated The Awesomeness by pinfall when Eric Eisen pinned Huey Cannonball following The Supremacy.
Time: 11:37
Rating: 71/B-
Notes: Eric Eisen and Remo have zero chemisty as tag team partners. This could wind up being a colossal blunder.




Following the match, Eisen and Remo celebrate over their defeated opponents when Vengeance makes his way down the ring from the back. He circles the ring once before sliding under the bottom rope and coming nose to nose with SWF World Heavyweight Champion Remo. Eisen quickly comes between the two and instructs Remo to leave the ring. Eisen and Remo leave the ring and head to the back while Vengeance stands tall in the ring.
Time: 5:55
Rating: 92/A


Final Show Rating: 80/B
TV Rating: 13.88

Thoughts: The chemistry note in the main event absolutely wrecked this show. My initial draft of this show had the last two matches flipped, but I was afraid the post match angle between Eisen/Remo/Vengeance would burn the crowd out for the Frehley-Rogue match. It’s clear I made a mistake there and going forward an Eisen-Remo tag team will not work. I need to get someone Remo can team with. It is also clear that Frehley and The Chase Agency have been built up to the point where they are clear for Main Event duty.
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SWF Presents Uprising

Pre Show

The Platinum Blondes defeated American Machine and Marshall Dillon by pinfall when Frederique Antonio Garcia pinned Dillon following Romeo is Bleeding.
Time: 8:28
Rating: 67/C+


Main Show

SWF Uprising begins with Squeeky McClean in the ring with his stolen SWF North American Championship. McClean starts by saying that the title has finally been returned to the rightful owner. He says that Des Davids is not fit to hold this title and that he, Squeeky McClean, is the greatest SWF North American Champion of all time. He says that he will be making his very first defense of the title tonight and he is issuing an open challenge to the entire locker room. Anyone in the back man enough to come out…they have that title shot.

The announcers question how McClean can defend a title that he didn't actually win, but nonetheless Enforcer Robert’s music fills the arena and he emerges from the back. It appears that he is going to take McClean up on his offer. Roberts gets halfway to the ring when a blur dashes past him. It’s Des Davids! Davids hits the ring with a full head of steam but finds it completely empty. McClean saw Davids emerge from the back and smartly escaped the ring. Roberts enters the ring and begins to get in a heated exchange with Davids. A referee appears from the back and it appears we are going to have a match!
Time: 6:28
Rating: 71/B-


Des Davids defeated Enforcer Roberts by disqualification after Roberts pulled an object out of his trunks and struck Davids with it.
Time: 8:25
Rating: 74/B-


Robbie Retro defeated Spencer Spade and Bart Biggins by pinfall when Retro pinned Biggans following the Murder on the Dancefloor.
Time: 4:34
Rating: 53/C-


The camera cuts to the back where Captain Atomic and Jungle Lord are in the locker room. Jungle Lord appears to be stretching and the announcers say that he is getting ready for the Main Event which is up next!
Time: 0:36
Rating: 65/C


Jungle Lord defeated Joe Sexy by pinfall with the Jungle Jack-Hammer.
Time: 7:41
Rating: 73/B-


TV Rating: 1.03
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Eric Eisen's new Supremacists will take control of both the SWF World Heavyweight Championship and the new SWF Women's Championship as Eisen will present Raven with the new title during a ceremony tonight live on Supreme TV! Questions remain about the new woman's division as so far Raven is the only female combatant in the SWF. Rumors from the back reveal that Eisen plans on clearing up all the confusion tonight.

After watching last weeks Supreme TV from his home, Jack Bruce is in the arena tonight and he has made it clear he intends to confront Eric Eisen!

As reported on SWF.com, the SWF North American Championship has been confiscated from Squeeky McClean and returned to Des Davids. Davids will defend the title tonight against Joe Sexy in a return bout from Awesome Impact. There will also be a bout tonight to determine the challenger for the SWF North American Championship at The World is Watching as Robbie Retro will face Enforcer Roberts and Kurt Laramee in a triple threat match. How will Squeeky McClean react to having SWF officials take the North American Championship away from him and then being denied a spot in the #1 Contenders bout?

All of this plus much more on an explosive edition of Supreme TV!
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Three Weeks Until SWF The World is Watching



SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Paul Huntingdon defeated American Machine by pinfall with the High Society.
Time: 7:57
Rating: 70/C+


The Awesomeness defeated John Greed and Marc DuBois by pinfall when Jefferson Stardust pinned John Greed following the Shock and Awe.
Time: 7:56
Rating: 70/C+
Notes: DuBois and Greed have terrible chemistry as tag partners. I really wanted these two to form a tag team. I was going to call them Arrogance and Greed. There goes that idea.


Main Show


Following the Supreme TV intro video, The Supremacists make their way to ring. The ring is set up with red carpet and there is a big stand with a new championship mounted in it behind glass. When the workers finally get to the ring, Eric Eisen puts over Raven as the greatest female wrestler in the world and says that she is his handpicked inaugural Supreme Wrestling Federation Women’s Champion. As he pats Remo on the back, he says that with Remo carrying the reigns as the Supreme Wrestling Federation World Heavyweight Champion and Raven as the Women’s Champion, that it is clear that if you want to make your mark in the Supreme Wrestling Federation there is only one way to do it, align yourself with the boss. They all share a laugh.

With that Eisen opens the case and takes out the title. He looks at Raven and begins to hand it to her, but unfamiliar music fills the arena. Out comes a new woman and the announcers immediately recognize her as Joanne Rodriguez. Rodriguez gets in the ring and says not so fast. She says that as far as she is aware you can’t just hand out titles in the Supreme Wrestling Federation, even if you are the owner of the company. She says that with her arrival there is now competition in the SWF Women’s Division and she thinks that she should be given a match against Raven for the championship.

Eisen thinks about it for a minute and decides that will not actually give the title to Raven just yet. He tells Rodriguez that there will be a match at The World is Watching for the championship and it will feature the top two contenders in the division. He says that it is clear that Raven is top contender and she will be in the match, but he needs to figure out a way to determine the number two contender. He tells Rodriguez to be prepared for a match next week on Supreme TV.
Time: 6:17
Rating: 89/A
Notes: Joanne Rodriguez’s Old School Face gimmick scored an 80.




Des Davids defeated Joe Sexy by pinfall with the Quarterback Sack following a distraction from an irate Angry Gilmore. Gilmore got into an argument with Sexy and it was clear it was about Sexy interfering in Gilmore’s matchups over the last few months. Des Davids retains the SWF North American Championship.
Time: 7:52
Rating: 69/C+




Following a commercial break Jack Bruce makes his way to the ring. He says it is good to be back and that while he isn’t quite 100% yet, he sure does feel better after taking a week off. He says that he thinks he needs to discuss some things with Eric Eisen and asks for the boss to come out. An obviously irritated Eisen makes his way to the ring.

Bruce accuses Eisen of being less than a man for his handling of Bruce’s injury at Awesome Impact. He says that he won’t dispute the result of the main event, but he feels like Eisen has some explaining to do about making Bruce compete against medical advice. He says that he wants a return match at The World is Watching and he isn’t going to stop until he gets that match.

Eisen laughs a bit. He asks Bruce who the hell he thinks he is to come out here on national television and question his boss. He asks Bruce if he is cleared to compete tonight, which Bruce confirms that he is. Eisen smiles and tells Bruce that tonight he will compete in the Main Event against Vengeance. Eisen goes to leave, puts one leg through the ropes before turning back. He looks at Bruce and says…”You will not be getting that title shot at The World is Watching, Jack. Oh no, you want that return match, you get that match NEXT WEEK on Supreme TV. And do take care tonight against Vengeance, because your match next week against Remo will a LAST MAN STANDING MATCH.” Eisen throws the microphone at the feet of Bruce and struts to the back.
Time: 6:27
Rating: 87/B+


Enforcer Roberts defeated Robbie Retro and Kurt Laramee by submission when Roberts defeated Retro with the R.C.T. With this victory Enforcer Roberts gets a title shot at the SWF North American Championship at The World is Watching. Squeeky McClean joined the announcing team during this match. He said that it is an atrocity that Supreme Wrestling Federation officials took the North American Championship away from him. He argued with the announcing team taking the stance that he is actually the champion. He said that next week on Supreme TV he has a surprise planned that will shock the world.
Time: 7:34
Rating: 69/C+


We cut to the back where Hero Squad are shown arriving at the building. As they start to walk into the arena, Tyson Baine jumps the two of them from behind. He bounces them off of cars, the side of the arena, and the concrete as Deathclaw taunts Captain Atomic and Jungle Lord. When he is convinced that Atomic and Jungle Lord are thoroughly beaten, Deathclaw calls off Baine and the two disappear into the cover of darkness.
Time: 4:37
Rating: 59/C




Following a commercial break, Rich Money barges into Eric Eisen’s office. He is furious that Eric Eisen allowed Angry Gilmore to believe that Money was behind the rigging of the SWF World Heavyweight Championship match at Nothing to Lose. Money says Eisen made him look stupid and set him up. He says he refuses to be Eisen’s fall guy and storms out. Eisen is not having a good day and is obviously pissed off at this point. This was supposed to be his banner day where The Supremacists claimed the major titles in both gender divisions, instead he seems to be getting his behind chewed from all directions.
Time: 5:32
Rating: 77/B


Christian Faith and Spencer Spade defeated Quadruple B by submission when Christian Faith submitted Bart Biggans with the Test of Faith. During the match Clark Alexander ran in and laid out Spencer Spade. Faith did not see it until after the match when Spade was on the outside of the ring hurt.
Time: 3:19
Rating: 54/C-




Emma Chase bumps into Eric Eisen in the back. She starts in on him, but Eisen stops her in her tracks. He tells her that this has been a bad day and he is out of patience. He warns her to choose her words carefully and consider if this can wait until next week.

Chase decides that this actually can’t wait. She explains what happened last week between her clients Brandon James and Rogue. She tells him that she thinks all they need is some time to bond again and asks Eisen if he could put them in a match tonight as partners to force them to work together.

Eisen smiles and says I’ll tell you what. Since this was so important and couldn’t wait….I’ll do you this one favor. I’ll put James and Rogue in a match. The two of them will take on Steve Frehley…in a triple threat match. Eisen struts off and a shocked Emma Chase doesn’t know what to make of this situation.
Time: 5:52
Rating: 76/B-


Steve Frehley defeated Brandon James and Rogue in a triple threat match by pinfall after he pinned Rogue with the Frehley’s Comet.
Time: 14:04
Rating: 79/B


Following the match, James takes out Frehley from behind. He helps Rogue up, and it seems the two have finally found something to bond over. Their shared hatred of Frehley. The two of them double team their helpless foe while the announcers wonder aloud if anyone in the back is willing to come out here and stop this. Finally Valiant comes storming out of the locker room to Frehley’s rescue. He runs off The Chase Agency and helps a battered Steve Frehley to his feet.
Time: 6:01
Rating: 85/B+




Jack Bruce defeated Vengeance by disqualification when Vengeance refused to break a choke hold and tossed the referee aside with his free arm at 11:45
Time: 11:45
Rating: 75/B-
Notes: These two have great chemistry (how and what the?)! The match was heavily dinged for lack of selling and lack of psychology on display. Vengeance was also well of his game tonight and his performance in the ring was particularly dreadful.


Following the match, Vengeance continued to hold his choke hold until the back had emptied of officials. They were finally able to get him to leave the ring, but Vengeance returned with a chair. He used the chair to work over Bruce some more until they were able to run him out of the ring for a second time. Once again Vengeance returned for more and hit Bruce with the Six Feet Under before finally leaving the ring for good. Supreme TV goes off the air with medical staff tending to Jack Bruce
Time: 5:58
Rating: 89/A
Notes: Once again Vengeance underperformed here.


Final Show Rating: 81/B
TV Rating: 14.64

Thoughts: Vengeance picked an extremely poor night to be this far off his game. Two shows in a row that have been poor. I think it is because I moved Angry Gilmore out of the Main Event feud. There isn't anyone left to hold the ring work together. I will fix this.
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Impressive to still pull off a B- in the match between Jack Bruce and Vengeance with all the ticks against it.
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SWF Presents Uprising

Pre Show

Angry Gilmore defeated Daryl Ray by pinfall with the Anger Management
Time: 4:37
Rating: 58/C-
Notes: These two don’t click in the ring together.


Main Show

Clark Alexander defeated Marshall Dillon by pinfall following the Hawaiian Breaker.
Time: 5:10
Rating: 46/D
Notes: I will reveal the Clark Alexander gimmick now. He is playing an Old School Heel.


Following the match, Spencer Spade makes his way to the ring. He confronts Alexander who decides to make a hasty retreat. Once he is comfortably out of the ring and out of Spade’s radius, Alexander grabs a mic. Spade demands to know what last week was about. He says he thought the two were friends. Alexander reveals that in his mind they were never friends. He says he was merely attempting to use Spade to get close to Faith. when that fell through he tossed Spade away like the garbage that he is.

Spade challenges Alexander to a bout at The World is Watching and Alexander accepts. Alexander promises to expose Spade at The World is Watching.
Time: 5:51
Rating: 52/D+


American Machine and Robbie Retro went to a draw with John Greed and Primus Allen when Allen and Retro were both counted out. Primus Allen was in complete control during this bout, dominating it from start to finish.
Time: 4:38
Rating: 52/D+


The show cuts to a pre-recorded backstage promo with Joe Sexy. Sexy calls for a truce with Angry Gilmore and asks for a re-match with Des Davids. He says that what happened on Tuesday Night did little to prove who the better man was. He challenges Davids to a rematch this week on Supreme TV for the SWF North American Championship.

Des Davids and The Amazing Bumfholes defeated Enforcer Roberts and Quadruple B by pinfall when Randy Bumfhole pinned Brett Biggans with the Bumfhole Blaster.
Time: 8:02
Rating: 73/B-
Notes: Randy Bumfhole’s character was freshened up during this match. He changed gimmick to that of a Show Stealer. During the bout he hit several big moves and the announcing team helped put the gimmick over. It scored a 92.


TV Rating: 1.03
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Old 05-31-2014, 03:47 PM   #70
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SWF.com revealed the current card for SWF The World is Watching today.



SWF North American Championship
Des Davids(c) vs. Enforcer Roberts

SWF Women's Championship
Raven vs. TBA

Spencer Spade vs. Clark Alexander

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This week on SWF Supreme TV is guaranteed to be action packed with not one but two championship bouts. Des Davids will put his SWF North American Championship on the line against Joe Sexy and Remo will defend the SWF World Heavyweight Championship against Jack Bruce in a LAST MAN STANDING MATCH!

Eric Eisen has promised to clarify his remarks last week to Joanne Rodriguez and give the world insight on the SWF Women's Championship. Last week he told her to prepare for some action this week. Word from the back is that Joanne is in her wrestling gear.

There will be a major announcement with implications for The World is Watching regarding the Steve Frehley-Chase Agency saga. No word has emerged from the back about what the announcement could be but we suspect it could be a major match announcement.

All of this plus much more on a championship filled episode of Supreme TV!
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Two Weeks Until The World is Watching




SWF Presents Supreme TV

Pre Show

Kurt Laramee defeated Captain Atomic by pinfall following the Switchblade Powerslam.
Time: 8:30
Rating: 71/B-


Deathclaw defeated Robbie Retro with the Lobster Trap.
Time: 8:08
Rating: 78/B


Main Show



Supreme TV opens with Joanne Rodriguez in the back talking to The Amazing Bumfholes. The conversation is cut short when she tells the pair that she has to go because she has been summoned to Eric Eisen’s office. They say their goodbyes and Rodriguez makes the short trip down the hallway. She enters the office and inside she finds Eisen and two female wrestlers. Eisen scolds her for making him wait and says that tonight there will be a triple threat match to determine the number two contender for the SWF Women’s Championship. He says the two ladies next to him just signed a contract with the Supreme Wrestling Federation today and will be in the match fighting against her. He introduces the first as Grace Harper. He explains that she is one of the most accomplished female wrestlers in the United States and quite frankly, he thinks she is the one to beat in this match. He quickly mentions the other lady as Jaime Jungle. Jaime is none other than the sister of Jungle Lord.

Joanne says she looks forward to the match and wishes both ladies luck before she exits Eisen’s office. As she leaves, Eisen looks at Harper and says he wants Rodriguez hurt tonight. Harper smiles but Jungle gets a shocked look on her face as the camera fades away.
Time: 6:13
Rating: 69/C+
Notes: Grace Harper debuted her “Bitch” gimmick and it scored a 81. Jamie Jungle debuted her comic book hero gimmick and it scored a 68.


Following a break, a music video highlighting the storied career of Pistol Pete Hall is shown. The announcers point at that Mr. Hall is a legend from Japan and a former multiple time champion in the Orient. They say that Mr. Hall has signed a Legends contract with the Supreme Wrestling Federation.
Time: 3:12
Rating: 46/D


Tyson Baine defeated Marshall Dillon by pinfall with the Hades Bomb.
Time: 0:42
Rating: 50/D+


A graphic overlay is shown featuring Steve Frehley, Valiant, Brandon James, and Rogue with the logo for The World is Watching set behind them. The announce team says that they just received word that a Fatal Four Way Elimination bout has been set for the Pay-Per-View event between the four men.
Time: 0:41
Rating: 76/B-




The Chase Agency make their way to the ring accompanied by a chorus of boos from the crowd. Once they get in the ring, Emma Chase lets it be known that she is furious about the announced match at The World is Watching. She accuses Eric Eisen of wanting to play games and says that whatever he is up to will not work because her men are absolutely on the same page and will be working as a team. She passes the microphone off to Brandon James and then Rogue. Both men agree that they have settled their beef and they will work together at The World is Watching to eliminate Steve Frehley once and for all. The pair jokes that they retired Christian Faith and vow to do the same thing to Valiant.
Time: 6:25
Rating: 76/B-




Jack Bruce enters the locker room of Christian Faith and Spencer Spade. They all warmly greet and Faith wishes Bruce luck in his Last Man Standing match tonight against Remo. Bruce cuts to the chase and tells Faith that he heard his speech to Frehley two weeks ago and says he needs to hear it in person before he will believe it. He tells Faith that to him it sounded an awful lot like a retirement speech. He wants to know if Faith is really hanging up his boots.

Faith laughs and tells Bruce that it isn’t like that. He says that he has just decided that it is time to give back to the sport that has given him so much. He says that he feels it’s time to groom the next generation. Bruce laughs and tells Faith that he thinks that the old man has more left in his tank than he is letting on. He lets Faith know that he needs him tonight. He says that he has a bad feeling about the Last Man Standing match. Bruce asks Faith not to leave the arena early tonight and if anything fishy goes down in the SWF World Heavyweight Championship match to come out and do the right thing. Faith argues with Bruce but Jack refuses to listen. He tells Faith that he knows he is a good guy and says that he trusts he will do what needs to be done. With that Bruce leaves the locker room.
Time: 5:34
Rating: 86/B+


Jamie Jungle battled Joanne Rodriguez and Grace Harper to a draw when the ring descended into chaos when Tyson Baine’s music filled the arena.
Time: 5:00
Rating: 43/D




Following the match the monster himself emerges from the back. The arena goes completely dark as soon as he shows his face. When the lights come back on a burning red “B” is displayed on the Supreme-Tron and Jamie Jungle has disappeared along with Tyson Baine.
Time: 4:22
Rating: 61/C




Remo defeated Jack Bruce in a Last Man Standing Match after Bruce failed to answer the count of 10. Remo won the match when Vengeance attacked Bruce and left him unable to answer the count.
Time: 11:46
Rating: 39/D-
Notes: Match was penalized for lack of psychology, lack of selling, the fact that I decided to overbook it, and it was penalized HARSH HARSH HARSHLY for repetitive booking since this was such a clusterfuck compared to the prior 3 clusterfucks these two have put on recently. I honestly thought I would beat the average of 79 that the prior 3 matches since this was A. a TV match with a shorter expected match length, B. Overbooked to help hide the flaws of the bout, and C. A highly prestigious Last Man Standing Match. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Atleast I had enough sense not to end the show with this.


Following the bout Eric Eisen emerges from the back with a smile from ear to ear. In the ring Remo and Vengeance double team Bruce. When Eisen gets to the ring and begins to talk and with a maniacal laugh announces that Vengeance is the newest member of The Supremacists. Remo and Vengeance continue to work Bruce over until a blur emerges from the back. The blur hits the ring with a full head of steam and runs the heels off and towards the back. It’s Christian Faith! Apparently he took Jack Bruce’s earlier words to heart. He helps Bruce to his feet and the two men embrace with a hug as the crowd roars.
Time: 6:29
Rating: 86/B+


Des Davids defeated Joe Sexy by pinfall with the Quarterback Sack. Des Davids retains the SWF North American Championship.
Time: 8:29
Rating: 63/C


Following the bout, Squeeky McClean makes his way down to the ring….wearing what appears to be the SWF North American Championship. He enters the ring just as the referee hands Davids back his championship. Davids grabs the belt but is completely focused on the title that McClean is wearing. A heated argument ensues and McClean asks for a microphone.

McClean informs everyone that the title that the Supreme Wrestling Federation officials confiscated last week was a fake! With a giant smile on his face, McClean explains how he had a feeling that the title was going to be stolen from him so he ordered an elaborate fake to be made and wore it to the arena last week. All the while the REAL title was safe and sound back in his hotel room. Davids is irate but before he can take vengeance upon McClean the two are interrupted by Eric Eisen. Eisen gives McClean props for his scam and says that in his mind the man has earned a title shot. McClean attempts to correct Eisen but Eisen continues to say that at The World is Watching both titles will be hung high above the ring and whoever is able to climb a ladder and retrieve them will be able to sort out which title is the real one for himself. He adds that the match will be a triple threat match and that the #1 Contender Enforcer Roberts also involved. McClean is furious but it appears that Davids likes what he just heard.
Time: 6:28
Rating: 80/B




Rogue defeated Angry Gilmore by pinfall with the Crashing On after a distraction from Joe Sexy.
Time: 17:11
Rating: 86/B+




Following the bout tensions spill over between Angry Gilmore and Joe Sexy as Sexy continues to taunt Gilmore following his loss and Gilmore attacks him. The two brawl around the ring area and into the crowd before disappearing into the back.
Time: 3:51
Rating: 67/C+


Final Show Rating: 81/B
TV Rating: 14.65

Thoughts: I’m thinking Bruce and Remo again next week. Whatcha think?
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