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Old 06-24-2011, 06:00 PM   #1
sabotai
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TEW2010: The Golden Age - Pacific Northwest Wrestling

Pacific Northwest Wrestling

Roster

Main Eventer

Al Madril - 36yo, American. Heel. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. Good performance, but not much of a standout anywhere else. Popularity: Independent Star

Cocoa Samoa - 41yo Samoan. Heel. Lightweight Brawler. Good brawling skill, good charisma, decent performance. Independent Star.

Earthquake Ferris - 33yo American. Face. Heavyweight Brawler. Good physical ability (Toughness and Power). Consistent...but not that good in the ring or on camera. Independent Name.

Rip Oliver - 35yo American. Heel. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. Good performance, decent on camera. C- Brawling. He'll get pushed. Independent Name.

The Grappler - 39yo Maerican. Heel. Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler. Good performance, C Brawling, ok on camera. Independent Star.

I have an overload of heels at the main event level, and I'm not too crazy about my 1 face main eventer. One of these heels might get turned, but dunno who. Going by Babyface gimmick ability, anyone but Rip Oliver (D-).

Upper Midcarder


Chris Colt - 41yo American. Heel. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. C+ Brawling, ok on camera, decent performance but lacks consistency and selling. Independent Star.

Mike Miller - 35yo American. Heel. Middleweight Brawler. C Brawling, not good on camera, ok performance but D+ psychology. C Menace, so he may be good with those angles. Independent Name.

Ricky Santana - 25yo Puerto Rican. Heel. Lightweight Cruiserweight. Good performance, C+ Star Quality, but not much else. Independent Name.

Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan - 46yo American. Heel. Middleweight Brawler. C Brawling, decent on camera, decent performance.

Top Gun - 45yo Cuban. Heel. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. C+ Brawling, good on camera, good performance, B- Menace, decent physicals (C+ Touchness, C Stamina, C- Power). He should be pushed more. Not a fan of the name though. May go to "Cuban Assassin". Independent Star.

All heels. Roster needs to balanced.

Midcarders

Abbuda Dein - 36yo American. Heel. Light Heavyweight Brawler. C Athleticism, C+ Toughness, C+ Power, C Menace....that's it. Independent Name.

Billy Two Eagles - 40yo American. Face. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. Ok performance, C Toughness, C Stamina. Independent Star.

Brady Boone - 28yo American. Face. Lightweight Japanese Junior. Good flying skilles, decent performance, good physical (B Athleticism, B- Toughness, C+ Stamina). Potential good matchup vs. Ricky Santana. Independent Name. (Wonder if I should make him Battle Kat).

Carl Styles - 34yo American. Face. Light Heavyweight Brawler. Decent physicals, ok performance. Virtually Unknown.

Steve Doll - 26yo American. Heel. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. Decent performance, but D psychology. Independent Name.

Super Ninja - 23yo Japanese. Face. Light Heavyweight Puroresu. Good Power (B-), B- Menace....ok performance. Independent Star.

Timothy Flowers - 30yo Canadian. Heel. Middleweight Brawler. C- Brawling. Decent performance. C+ Toughness, C Power. Independent Star.

Found some faces!

Lower Midcarder

Curtis Thompson - 24yo American. Face. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. C+ Athleticism, C Power...that's it. Virtually Unknown.

Don Running Bear - 49yo American. Face. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. C= Basics, C Safety. That's about it. Virtually Unknown.

Scott Peterson - 25yo American. Heel. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. Decent performance, but D psychology. C Athleticism, C+ Stamina. May have potential. Virtually Unknown.

Opener

Avalanche - 20yo American. Heel. Big Heavyweight Brawler. B Toughness, B- Power, B- Menace. Not much talent though. Virtually Unknown.

The American Ninja - 24yo American. Face. Big Heavyweight Brawler. C- Brawling, B- Star Quality, B Menace, B Power. Needs work. Virtually Unknown.

Enhancement Talent

Art Barr - 20yo American. Lightweight Luchador. Decent performance, Good physicals (B- Athleticism, B- Stamina), decent aerial ability, C+ Star Quality, C Sex Appeal. Could have a future. Virtually Unknown.

The Rest

Bull Ramos - 51yo American. Occasional Wrestler, Heel. Big Heavyweight Brawler. Great worker, if only he were active instead of semi-active....Independent Name.

Don Coss - Announcer. C+ Announcing, C+ Microphone, C Acting. Could use him in angles to give them a bit of a boost as well.

Don Owen - Authority Figure (Owner).

Dutch Savage - Color Commentator. B- Micorphone, C+ Charisma, C Acting. Could be a manager or road agent too. Could be a great worker too if he weren't 51 years old.

Sandy Barr - Referee - B

Stan Stasiak - Road Agent. Semi-Active Heavyweight Brawler as well. Hmmm..."Hall Of Fame" match between Stasiak and Ramos?

Tony Borne - Road Agent.


I chose Doctor Claw as my character....he's actually got good entertainment skills. I could make him color commentator (basically a free commentator) or make myself a manager. I could even make a M.A.D. stable!

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Old 06-24-2011, 06:09 PM   #2
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Product - "The Crow's Nest"

Heavy: Traditional
Medium: Mainstream, Cult

Match Intensity - 55%
Match Danger - 40%

Face/Heel - Strong.
Women's - None
T&A - Low

Wrestlers rated more on popularity than performance
fans will not like highly risky gimmicks
they won't get subtle gimmicks.
they expect storylines to follow
PNW won't get Afternoon TV time slots
quite favorable to getting sponsors
not be rocked by industry changes
'young lion' system not used.

Finances: $100,000

Pacts

Worker Agreement with: All-Star Wrestling, American Wrestling Association, Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling and World Class Wrestling Association

Shows

Big Time Wrestling. Weekly show, held on Thursday, broadcasted Saturdays Late Evening. 12 Episodes left. 80% Costs to the promotion, 90% of revenue to Network.

Coverage


North West (USA): Small
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Old 06-24-2011, 06:11 PM   #3
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During this time in wrestling history, I was a young kid and pretty much solely focused on the WWF. Not counting the biggest stars in NWA (Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Sting, The Road Warriors, etc.), I really am not aware of many of the workers during this era. If anyone has any suggestions for workers I should target, I'm all ears.
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Old 06-24-2011, 07:17 PM   #4
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Old 06-24-2011, 07:52 PM   #5
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Yeah, you're gonna need help with the faces there, especially with the strong face/heel divide setting. Gonna need to have decent resilience as well I suspect, because that seems like a pretty rough & tumble intensity/danger setup.

You've got relationships with a couple of bigger feds that could supply short-term help with upper end faces, just make sure they aren't so big that they won't do the j.o.b. on their way out after three matches. Another possible place to find some help (assuming this is the '87 mod) might be some Occasional Wrestlers working on a p.p.a. basis all over the place.

A guy that I used to like in the old D.O.T.T. mod for TEW07 was Rick Hunter, ancient but skilled for this level, not sure what he looks like in the '10 mod though.

Funny thing, I used a fair portion of your roster -- Colt, Madril, Anthony, Oliver, Miller -- in my old GCW '07 campaign, very serviceable as mid/low mid fodder (because they're pop was low in the SE)

Maybe some of those Georgia guys could return the favor, although I'd caution about checking their workload carefully before hiring.
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Old 06-24-2011, 08:22 PM   #6
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Yeah, it's the 87 mod. I looked up Rick Hunter. He's 50 years old, but still active and has great attributes so I'll have to try to snag him.
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Old 06-24-2011, 08:49 PM   #7
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Champions

I vacated all of them. Didn't want to get roped into any storylines I didn't really want to do.

I traded talent with World Class Wrestling Association. I lend them Rip Oliver for Matt Borne (the son of one of my road agents). Borne will be a Face and have a short feud with The Grappler (Storyline #1).

I'll also push The Southern Rockers (Steve Doll and Scott Peterson) as the top tag team, at least until I sign a better one, or get American Ninja's popularity up and have him team with The Grappler. Anyway, the push of The Southern Rockers will be storyline #2.

And Storyline #3 will be the tournament for the Television title. Two matches per show until the tourney is over.

I'm just using unchained for the first two, and one of the tournament storylines for the third.

Size

Regional

Importance: North West (D-), South West (E-). We need a D in two regions to become Cult.
Popularity: North West (D), South West (E), British Columbia (E-)

Backstage

73.5%

Rip Oliver and Stan Stasiak are having a negative influence. (Oliver - extremely)

Billy Two Eagles, Matt Borne, Scott Peterson, Steve Doll, Super Ninja and Tony Borne and having positive influences (Super Ninja - extremely)

My backstage rules are having a negative effect. No drugs or smoking backstage. I added no alcohol use as well, and now they are positive, making the backstage rating 76%.
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Old 06-24-2011, 09:19 PM   #8
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Big Time Wrestling
Week 1, 1987


Att: 1,917

Dark Match: Top Gun vs. Don Running Bear (D-)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Top Gun defeated Don Running Bear in 5:49 by pinfall with an Assassin Splash.
Notes: This match brought the crowd's mood down. Don Running Bear is improving in Technical skills. Don Running Bear is improving in Performance skills.

Tag match: The Southern Rockers vs. Art Barr and Avalanche (E)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, The Southern Rockers defeated Art Barr and Avalanche in 8:26 when Scott Peterson defeated Avalanche by pinfall.
Notes: Some portions of the crowd were very vocal in their hatred of Avalanche. Avalanche was exhausted by the end. Doctor Claw didn't do a good job as road agent, and it showed. The Rise of the Southern Rockers storyline has continued with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Scott Peterson is improving in Performance skills. Avalanche is improving in Rumble skills.

(One - take myself off the road agent list. Two - Son of a bitch! I forgot to modify the match so that Avalanche wasn't in it anymore......he has another match! Damn!)

Angle: Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Matt Borne and The Grappler from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)

TV Tourney Match: Ricky Santana vs. Curtis Thompson (E)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Ricky Santana defeated Curtis Thompson in 8:33 by pinfall with a Santana Slam.
Notes: Doctor Claw didn't do a good job as road agent, and it showed. The For the TV Title storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Curtis Thompson is improving in Rumble skills. Curtis Thompson is improving in Performance skills.

Post-Match Angle: Ricky Santana celebrates by striking poses to each side of the ring. After each pose, the immortal Ricky Santana calls out for the screams of the fans. And he gets them. (D+)

TV Tourney Match: The American Ninja vs. Avalanche (F)
In an extremely short match, The American Ninja defeated Avalanche in 5:09 by pinfall with a Choke Slam.
Notes: The American Ninja was really off his game tonight. Some portions of the crowd were very vocal in their hatred of Avalanche. The crowd were totally turned off by having a match between jobbers on the show. The For the TV Title storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down.

(Didn't want to have the match here, but the order of the storyline I picked had the Santana match first....bah, should have just pushed this to next week, or planned better. Gotta relearn a lot of stuff. Oh well)

Angle: Matt Borne had an interview hyping his upcoming singles match with The Grappler. (D-)

PNW HW Title Match: Matt Borne vs. The Grappler (D)
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Matt Borne drew with The Grappler in 15:00 when the time limit expired.
Notes: Doctor Claw didn't do a good job as road agent, and it showed. The Borne and Grappler storyline has continued with this match. Matt Borne is improving in Technical skills. Matt Borne is improving in Performance skills.

Final Rating: D-

Not good. It hurt our popularity. Need to proofread before I start shows.

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Old 06-24-2011, 09:46 PM   #9
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Signings

Barry Windham - 9 month PPA - $1500 per appearance plus a promise of a Main Event title. Expensive for the size of my fed, but may be worth it as long as I use him only once or twice a month. He'll begin as an Upper Midcarder but get bumped to Main Event quickly.
26yo American, Face, Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler. B- Brawling, C+ Mat, C Chain, C Submissions. Bs in all performance, good physicals, ok on camera. B Resillience. Independent Star.

Rick Hunter - 9 month PPA - $700 per appearance.
50yo Canadian. Heel. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. C Brawling, B- Mat, C+ Chain, decent physicals, good performance except he can't sell, decent on camera. Independent Name

Brian Pillman - 9 month PPA - $450 per appearance.
25yo Canadian. Face. Middleweight Cruiserweight. C- Brawling, C Aerial, C+ Flashiness. Decent on camera, good physical, A* Resilience, good performance but needs to get his psych up (C). Independent Star. Potential tag partner for Brady Boone.

Sting - 9 month PPA - $700 per appearance.
27yo American. Face. Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler. C- Brawling, good on camera, great physical, decent Performance (C- Psych, C+ Basic). A* Resilience. Independent Name. He won't be here long, and I'll get as much as I can for $700 PPA.

Dark Journey - 9 month PPA - $200 per appearance
27yo American female - Manager. C+ Charisma, C Acting, B+ Sex Appeal, C+ Star Quality. I'll make her the manager of someone, or a few people, who need help on camera.

Tried to get the Midnight Express, but they both wanted $1500PPA....might have done it, but both of them had popularity in the Es for North West. I can't afford to spend $3000 on them per show trying to up their popularity. If they already D+ or higher, I probably would have pulled the trigger. Also failed in negotiations with Buzz Sawyer who would have been a great signing, even if he was another $1500 PPA. He already had the skills and popularity to step into the main event. Oh well. A few other negotiations fell through as well.
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Old 06-24-2011, 10:30 PM   #10
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Big Time Wrestling
Week 2, March 1987

Attendance: 1,981

The Southern Rockers vs. Indian War Party (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Southern Rockers defeated Indian War Party in 8:01 when Steve Doll defeated Don Running Bear by pinfall while using the ropes for leverage. (D-)
Scott Peterson was really off his game tonight. Don Running Bear was really off his game tonight. The Rise of the Southern Rockers storyline has continued with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Don Running Bear is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show begins....)

Rip Oliver Arrives at the building. (D+)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between The Grappler and Earthquake Ferris from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)

Brian Pillman vs. Art Barr
In an extremely short match, Brian Pillman defeated Art Barr in 4:17 by submission with a Crucifix Armbar. (E+)
Brian Pillman and Art Barr have pretty good chemistry, and it lifted the match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Art Barr is improving in Performance skills.

The Grappler is interviewed backstage by Don Coss, he hypes an upcoming singles match against Earthquake Ferris. (D)

Timothy Flowers vs. Brady Boone (TV Tourney Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brady Boone defeated Timothy Flowers in 6:53 by pinfall. (E+)
The For the TV Title storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Brady Boone is improving in Rumble skills. Brady Boone is improving in Technical skills. Brady Boone is improving in Performance skills.

Brady Boone is celebrating his victory in the ring. Ricky Santana runs in and attacks, beating Boone down into the mat. (D-)

Sting vs. Rip Oliver
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Rip Oliver defeated Sting in 8:03 by pinfall by using underhanded tactics. (D-)

Having picked up the victory, Rip Oliver celebrates in the ring. (D+)

The Grappler vs. Earthquake Ferris
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, The Grappler defeated Earthquake Ferris in 12:03 by pinfall, illegally using the ropes for leverage. (D)
Earthquake Ferris was visibly tiring toward the end.

Final Rating: D

No comment about the show. No news is...not bad news?
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Old 06-24-2011, 11:10 PM   #11
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Bit Time Wrestling
Week 3, March 1987


Attendance: 2,000

Lock Room Incident: Sandy Barr lifted everyone's spirits with stories of the good old days.

The Southern Rockers vs. The American Ninja and Curtis Thompson (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Southern Rockers defeated The American Ninja and Curtis Thompson in 7:44 when Steve Doll defeated Curtis Thompson by pinfall. (D-)
Dark Journey did some good work at ringside. Scott Peterson and Dark Journey are an awkward pairing, they just have no chemistry whatsoever. The Rise of the Southern Rockers storyline has continued with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down.

(So Dark Journey is out as manager of The Southern Rockers)

(The Show Begins....)

Barry Windham Arrives at the building. (D-)

Sting vs. Avalanche
In an extremely poor match, Sting defeated Avalanche in 6:57 by pinfall with a Stinger Splash. (E)
Some portions of the crowd were very vocal in their hatred of Avalanche. Avalanche was really off his game tonight. Avalanche was exhausted by the end. This match brought the crowd's mood down.

(Exhausted at the end of a 7 minute match!? And the crowd fricken hates this guy. He's got to go.)

Host Don Coss Interviews Barry Windham and helps put him over. (D-)
Barry Windham is developing better performance skills.

Chris Colt vs. Billy Two Eagles (TV Tourney Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Chris Colt defeated Billy Two Eagles in 6:45 by pinfall with a Knee To The Back. (E+)
The For the TV Title storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down.

Barry Windham vs. Mike Miller
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham defeated Mike Miller in 9:26 by pinfall with a Superplex. (D)

(Had that match as "Call it in the Ring". My road agent yelled at me for it. I thought you only needed 1 guy to have good psychology to pull it off.)

Cocoa Samoa vs. Matt Borne
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Matt Borne defeated Cocoa Samoa in 13:15 when Cocoa Samoa was disqualified when The Grappler ran in and attacked Matt Borne. (D)
The Borne and Grappler storyline has continued with this match. Cocoa Samoa is improving in Performance skills.

The bell has sounded, yet The Grappler and Matt Borne continue to do battle with each other all the way to the backstage area. (E+)
The Borne and Grappler storyline has continued with this segment. This segment brought the crowd's mood down.

Final Rating: D

Yikes, that last angle fell flat on its face. Avalanche got his pink slip before he left the building.

The semis for the TV Tourney are Ricky Santana vs. The American Ninja and Brady Boone vs. Chris Colt. (Gee, could I have already given away the ending? )
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Old 06-24-2011, 11:16 PM   #12
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Mick Foley - 9 month, $600 PPA
21yo American. Heel. Light Heavyweight Brawler. B Brawling, B+ Hardcore. ok entertainment, ok performance. Star Quality B-, Menace B-. Start off at Lower Midcarder to help push some of my upper card faces. Virtually Unknown.
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Old 06-24-2011, 11:38 PM   #13
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Week 4, March 1987


Attendance: 1,938

Locker Room Incident: Brain Adams (The American Ninja) and Brian Pillman have really bonded backstage over their shared love of pigeons.

Abbuda Dein vs. Carl Styles (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Abbuda Dein defeated Carl Styles in 7:55 by pinfall with a Big Splash. (D-)
This match brought the crowd's mood down. Abbuda Dein is improving in Performance skills.

Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan vs. Super Ninja (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan defeated Super Ninja in 7:27 by pinfall. (D-)
Super Ninja is improving in Technical skills.

(The Show Begins...)

The American Ninja vs. Ricky Santana (TV Tourney)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Ricky Santana defeated The American Ninja in 7:36 by pinfall with a Santana Slam. (D)
The American Ninja and Ricky Santana have pretty good chemistry, and it lifted the match.

(Hm, potential future feud...)

Matt Borne is interviewed backstage by Don Coss, he hypes an upcoming singles match against The Grappler. (D-)
The Borne and Grappler storyline has continued with this segment.

Chris Colt vs. Brady Boone (TV Tourney)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brady Boone defeated Chris Colt in 7:15 by pinfall. (E+)
Chris Colt was really off his game tonight. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Brady Boone is improving in Performance skills.

(Ouch.........the tourney storyline isn't advancing......)

The Grappler is interviewed backstage by Don Coss, he hypes an upcoming singles match against Matt Borne. (D)
The Borne and Grappler storyline has continued with this segment. The Grappler is learning to show more charisma.

Brian Pillman vs. Al Madril
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Al Madril defeated Brian Pillman in 8:31 by pinfall. (D-)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between The Grappler and Matt Borne from the comfort of their announcers table. (C-)
The Borne and Grappler storyline has continued with this segment.

The Grappler vs. Matt Borne (NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight title)
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, The Grappler defeated Matt Borne in 12:40 by pinfall with a Loaded Boot. The Grappler wins the NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight title. (D-)
The match suffered due to its booking; there simply wasn't enough time for the workers to take a 'slow build' approach. The Borne and Grappler storyline has continued with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down.

(D'oh at misusing the slow build note)

Final Rating: D-

And Matt Borne's run here is over. Got yelled at for not running enough storylines.

Found out why the storylines didn't advance. I canned Avalanche, and he took the storyline with him. Oh well. I'll just start up a generic feud storyline between Boone and Santana.
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Old 06-25-2011, 07:30 AM   #14
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Seems like PNW is even harder in 1987 than when I tried with DOTT in TEW08. I had some minor success before I lost the data in a computer change. Dutch Savage was my main star.
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Old 06-25-2011, 12:40 PM   #15
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April 1987

Finances

Start of March, $100,000.
Start of April: $144,339
Profit: $44,339

It was a deficit but sponsors paid $50,000 and I got ~$11,000 in merchandise.

In terms of Importance, we are 8th in the US and 14th in the world.
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Old 06-25-2011, 12:46 PM   #16
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Big Time Wrestling
Week 1, April 1987


Attendance: 1,974

Brian Pillman and Brady Boone vs. Mick Foley and Art Barr (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brian Pillman and Brady Boone defeated Mick Foley and Art Barr in 8:15 when Brian Pillman defeated Mick Foley by pinfall with a Leaping Thrusting Lariat. (E+)

The Southern Rockers vs. Carl Styles and Curtis Thompson (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, The Southern Rockers defeated Carl Styles and Curtis Thompson in 8:03 when Curtis Thompson was counted out while fighting Scott Peterson. (D-)
The Rise of the Southern Rockers storyline has continued with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Carl Styles is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Al Madril and Barry Windham from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)

Top Gun vs. The American Ninja
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Top Gun defeated The American Ninja in 8:16 by pinfall with an Assassin Splash. (D-)

Ricky Santana attacks Brady Boone backstage, and leaves him down and out. (D-)
The Santana vs Boone storyline has continued with this segment.

Super Ninja vs. Timothy Flowers
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Super Ninja defeated Timothy Flowers in 6:31 by pinfall with a Double Knee Drop. (E+)

Barry Windham is interviewed backstage by Don Coss, he hypes an upcoming singles match against Al Madril. (D-)
Barry Windham is developing better performance skills.

Earthquake Ferris vs. Abbuda Dein
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Earthquake Ferris defeated Abbuda Dein in 9:57 by pinfall with The Ferris Wheel. (E+)

Al Madril vs. Barry Windham
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham defeated Al Madril in 9:57 by pinfall with a Superplex. (D)
Al Madril seemed off his game tonight.

Final Rating: D

Time to move the Southern Rockers push to on camera.
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Old 06-25-2011, 12:50 PM   #17
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Signing

Buck Ramstead - 41yo Canadian. Heel. Middleweight Regular Wrestler. ok technical skills, good performance. B+ Basics, B- Psych, B Consistency. $600 PPA, signed to be the opener heel. A bit expensive, he does have E- popularity in this region. His good performance skills will help put on good matches (I hope) and justify the cost in making my other workers look better. Independent Star, but that's mostly because he's popular (Ds) in Canada.
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Old 06-25-2011, 12:56 PM   #18
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A few changes.

With the new signings I have made, I have to let a few people go. Not enough airtime to go around. Earthquake Ferris, Timothy Flowers, Super Ninja and Abbuda Dein have been let go.
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Old 06-25-2011, 05:28 PM   #19
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Big Time Wrestling
Week 2, April 1987


Attendance: 2,000

Rip Oliver and Top Gun vs. The American Ninja and Curtis Thompson (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Rip Oliver and Top Gun defeated The American Ninja and Curtis Thompson in 7:59 when Rip Oliver defeated The American Ninja by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D)
Rip Oliver and Top Gun showed excellent chemistry teaming together. Rip Oliver is improving in Rumble skills.

Sting and Carl Styles vs. Rick Hunter and Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Rick Hunter and Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan defeated Sting and Carl Styles in 8:25 when Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan defeated Sting by pinfall. (D-)
This match brought the crowd's mood down. Carl Styles is improving in Performance skills. Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Barry Windham and The Grappler from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)
The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this segment.

The Southern Rockers vs. Indian War Party
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Southern Rockers defeated Indian War Party in 8:22 when Don Running Bear was disqualified while fighting Scott Peterson. (E+)
Scott Peterson seemed off his game tonight. Don Running Bear was really off his game tonight. The Rise of the Southern Rockers storyline has continued with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Don Running Bear is improving in Performance skills.

The cameras head backstage where they find Doctor Claw and Al Madril engaged in an animated conversation. As soon as the two notice the camera, they hurry offscreen. (E)

Cocoa Samoa vs. Brian Pillman
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Cocoa Samoa defeated Brian Pillman in 7:41 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D-)
Cocoa Samoa is improving in Performance skills.

The cameras head backstage where they find Doctor Claw and The Grappler engaged in an animated conversation. As soon as the two notice the camera, they hurry offscreen. (E)

Brady Boone vs. Ricky Santana (TV Title Match)
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Brady Boone defeated Ricky Santana in 10:24 by pinfall. Brady Boone wins the NWA Pacific Northwest Television title. (D+)
Brady Boone and Ricky Santana have great chemistry, and it showed in their performances. The Santana vs Boone storyline has continued with this match.

Barry Windham vs. The Grappler (Non Title Match*)
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, The Grappler defeated Barry Windham in 12:50 when Barry Windham was counted out after being attacked by Doctor Claw. (D+)
The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this match. The Grappler is improving in Rumble skills.

Final Rating: D


Rip Oliver and Top Gun....need to come up with a name for them.

* - Non title because I forgot to make it a title fight
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Old 06-25-2011, 05:35 PM   #20
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Old 06-25-2011, 05:53 PM   #21
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Attendance: 2,000

Brian Pillman and Carl Styles vs. Mick Foley and Tom Prichard (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brian Pillman and Carl Styles defeated Mick Foley and Tom Prichard in 8:10 when Brian Pillman defeated Tom Prichard by submission with a Crucifix Armbar. (D-)
This match brought the crowd's mood down. Carl Styles is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Ricky Santana vs. The American Ninja
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Ricky Santana defeated The American Ninja in 6:58 by pinfall with a Santana Slam. (D-)
Ricky Santana and The American Ninja have pretty good chemistry, and it lifted the match. This match brought the crowd's mood down.

After the match, Ricky Santana had an interview hyping his upcoming singles match with Brady Boone. (D)
The Santana vs Boone storyline has continued with this segment.

Doctor Claw had an interview hyping Chris Colt's upcoming singles match with Barry Windham. (E+)

Rip Oliver vs. Don Running Bear
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Rip Oliver defeated Don Running Bear in 8:21 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D-)
Don Running Bear is improving in Performance skills.

The cameras head backstage where they find Doctor Claw and Colt and The Grappler engaged in an animated conversation. It appears as if Doctor Claw is pleading with Colt and The Grappler, though the sound isn't clear.
As soon as the group notice the camera, they hurry offscreen. (E+)

Sting vs. Rick Hunter
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Sting defeated Rick Hunter in 7:39 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock. (D-)
Sting seemed off his game tonight. This match brought the crowd's mood down.

Barry Windham vs. Chris Colt
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham defeated Chris Colt in 10:55 when Chris Colt was disqualified when The Grappler ran in and attacked Barry Windham. (D)
Barry Windham and Chris Colt don't seem to click, and it made for an awkward bout. The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this match.

Chris Colt and The Grappler continue the attack on Barry Windham, beating him down into the mat. (D-)
The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this segment.

Final Rating: D
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Old 06-25-2011, 06:24 PM   #22
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Brian Pillman and Curtis Thompson vs. Buck Ramstead and Tom Pritchard (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, Brian Pillman and Curtis Thompson defeated Buck Ramstead and Tom Prichard in 8:36 when Curtis Thompson defeated Buck Ramstead by submission with a Sleeper Hold. (D-)
This match brought the crowd's mood down. Buck Ramstead is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Barry Windham and Al Madril from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)

Mike Miller vs. The American Ninja
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Mike Miller defeated The American Ninja in 6:19 by pinfall with a Louisiana Leg Drop. (E+)
Mike Miller was really off his game tonight.

Brady Boone vs. Steve Doll (TV Title Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brady Boone defeated Steve Doll in 8:49 by pinfall. Brady Boone makes defence number 1 of his NWA Pacific Northwest Television title. (D-)

Barry Windham vs. Al Madril
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham defeated Al Madril in 9:50 when Al Madril was disqualified when The Grappler ran in and attacked Barry Windham. (D+)
Doctor Claw did some good work at ringside. The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this match.

Al Madril, The Grappler and Chris Colt attack Barry Windham in the ring, and leave him down and out. But Cocoa Samoa runs in to make the save before to much damage is done. (E+)
The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this segment.

Final Rating: D

Seems like all of my non-hype angles just aren't going over well. Cocoa Samoa turns to face with his run in save of Windham.

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Old 06-25-2011, 06:32 PM   #23
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Finances
Start of April 1987: $144,339
Start of May 1987: $171,488
Profit: +$27,149

PNW moves up the #7 on the list of Feds in the US, but still 14th in the World.
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Old 06-25-2011, 08:56 PM   #24
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Attendance: 1,701

Locker Room Incident: Rip Oliver started shit with Brady Boone. I gave him a stern warning. He replied "Whatever."......he's a great worker for me....and now he's on a short leash. And he's relegated to dark matches for the next few weeks.

Rip Oliver vs. Carl Styles (Dark Match)
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Rip Oliver defeated Carl Styles in 8:45 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D+)
Carl Styles is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Doctor Claw is interviewed backstage by Don Coss, he hypes an upcoming singles match between Madril and The Grappler and Windham and Cocoa. (E+)
The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this segment. This segment brought the crowd's mood down. Don Coss is improving at acting. Don Coss is learning to show more charisma. Al Madril is learning to show more charisma. The Grappler is improving at acting. The Grappler is learning to show more charisma. The Grappler is developing better performance skills.

The Southern Rockers vs. The American Ninja and Billy Two Eagles
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Southern Rockers defeated The American Ninja and Billy Two Eagles in 8:47 when Steve Doll defeated The American Ninja by pinfall. (E+)
The Rise of the Southern Rockers storyline has continued with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. The American Ninja is improving in Performance skills.

Windham and Cocoa are interviewed backstage by Don Coss, they use this time to hype their upcoming match with The Grappler and Madril. (D-)
The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this segment. This segment brought the crowd's mood down. Barry Windham is developing better performance skills. Cocoa Samoa is developing better performance skills. Don Coss is learning to show more charisma.

Sting vs. Top Gun
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Sting defeated Top Gun in 10:18 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock. (D-)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Madril and The Grappler and Windham and Cocoa from the comfort of their announcers table. (D)

Barry Windham and Cocoa Samoa vs. The Grappler and Al Madril
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham and Cocoa Samoa defeated Al Madril and The Grappler in 15:31 when Cocoa Samoa defeated Al Madril by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D+)
The Windham vs The Grappler storyline has continued with this match. Cocoa Samoa is improving in Performance skills.

Final Rating: D

I evolve the Windham vs. Grappler storyline to be "Windham and Samoa vs. M.A.D.".
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Old 06-25-2011, 09:19 PM   #25
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Attendance: 1,558

Big Time Wrestling gets renewed, but 100% of Ads go to the network, and we cover 100% of the costs. The network wouldn't go for anything else.

I ran a standard drug test on all workers as well.

Brian Pillman is a soft drug user. I gave him a stern warning, and he said "I'll try not to get caught in the future" No....that's not what I meant....

Others caught
Curtis Thompson, Ricky Santana, Brian Adams, Scott Peterson. I fined them all.

I also terminated Dark Journey's contract since I couldn't figure out what to do with her and she was being a negative influence backstage.

Anyway, on with the show....

Rip Oliver vs. Billy Two Eagles
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Rip Oliver defeated Billy Two Eagles in 8:28 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D+)

The Southern Rockers vs. Don Running Bear and Carl Styles
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, The Southern Rockers defeated Don Running Bear and Carl Styles in 8:19 when Steve Doll defeated Don Running Bear by pinfall. (E+)
The Rise of the Southern Rockers storyline has continued with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Don Running Bear is improving in Performance skills. Carl Styles is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Bull Ramos and Stan Stasiak from the comfort of their announcers table. (C-)

Sting vs. Mick Foley
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, Sting defeated Mick Foley in 7:15 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock. (D-)
Sting seemed off his game tonight. Mick Foley seemed off his game tonight.

Cocoa Samoa vs. Chris Colt
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Cocoa Samoa defeated Chris Colt in 10:09 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D-)
Chris Colt was really off his game tonight. Doctor Claw did some good work at ringside. Cocoa Samoa and Chris Colt have great chemistry, and it showed in their performances.The Windham and Samoa vs. M.A.D. storyline has continued with this match.

Brady Boone vs. Rick Hunter (TV Title Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brady Boone defeated Rick Hunter in 12:19 by pinfall. Brady Boone makes defence number 2 of his NWA Pacific Northwest Television title. (D)

Brady Boone is celebrating his victory in the ring. Ricky Santana runs in and attacks, beating Boone down into the mat. (D-)
The Santana vs Boone storyline has continued with this segment.

A video plays hyping Bull Ramos vs. Stan Stasiak. (C+)

"Hall of Fame" Match: Bull Ramos vs. Stan Stasiak
In a match that had a fantastic crowd and good action, Bull Ramos defeated Stan Stasiak in 9:52 by pinfall with a Flying Body Press. (D)
Stan Stasiak seemed off his game tonight. Stan Stasiak was visibly tiring toward the end. The match was too long given who was involved. The match suffered because there was not enough selling shown. Bull Ramos is improving in Rumble skills.

Final Rating: D

I wanted to get that match I wanted to do out of the way. Stasiak is a negative influence on the locker room, so I let him go. I need all the help I can get with making my backstage better.

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Old 06-26-2011, 01:59 PM   #26
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Marty Jennetty - 25yo American. Face. Lightweight Cruiserweight. C+ Flashiness, decent physical for his style (B Stam, C+ Ath), good performance but needs work on Psych (C-). $1500 PPA (he's lucky I want him to tag with Micheals or I never would have spent this much on him). Independent Name. NW Pop: E+

Shawn Michaels - 21yo American. Face. Lightweight Cruiserweight. C- Aerial, B- Flashiness, C- Brawling, C- Mat, B- Chain, decent entertainment, great physicals for his style (B+ Ath, A Stam), great performance but needs work on Psych (C). $1500 PPA and promise of Midcard belt. Independent Star. NW Pop: E+

Eddie Gilbert - 25yo American. Face. Lightweight Regular Wrestler. B Brawling, B- Hardcore. good entertainment, really good performance, good physicals (B- Ath, C+ Tough, C+ Stam). $1000 PPA, 15% Merch sales and promise of a Midcard belt. Independent Name. NW Pop: E-
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Old 06-26-2011, 02:18 PM   #27
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In shocking news, the wrestling world mourns the death of Road Warrior Hawk. He died of a drug-overdoes. I'll never get to use one of my favorite tag teams in the future.

Rip Oliver started shit with Shawn Micheals. I fine him and he says he'll be more considerate in the future. He's starting to become more trouble than he's worth.

Bull Ramos has taken Brian Adams, the American Ninja, under his wing as his protege. Hm, I might turn this into a storyline.

Damn, apparently Eddie Gilbert is an extremely negative influence on the locker room. But, Shawn Michaels is a positive influence, so that's good.

The Southern Rockers vs. The Midnight Rockers (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated The Southern Rockers in 11:39 when Shawn Michaels defeated Steve Doll by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. (D+)
The Rise of the Southern Rockers storyline has continued with this match. Scott Peterson is improving in Flying skills. Steve Doll is improving in Performance skills. Marty Jannetty is improving in Technical skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Madril and The Grappler and Windham and Cocoa from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)
The Windham and Samoa vs. M.A.D. storyline has continued with this segment.

Sting vs. Buck Ramstead
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, Sting defeated Buck Ramstead in 5:32 by pinfall with a Stinger Splash. (E+)

Brian Pillman vs. Mick Foley
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brian Pillman defeated Mick Foley in 8:21 by submission with a Crucifix Armbar. (D-)

Windham and Cocoa are interviewed backstage by Don Coss, they use this time to hype their upcoming match with Madril and The Grappler. (D-)
The Windham and Samoa vs. M.A.D. storyline has continued with this segment.

Brady Boone vs. Chris Colt (TV Title Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brady Boone defeated Chris Colt in 9:36 by disqualification. Brady Boone makes defence number 3 of his NWA Pacific Northwest Television title. (D)
Doctor Claw did some good work at ringside.

Brady Boone is celebrating his victory in the ring. Ricky Santana runs in and attacks, beating Boone down into the mat. (E+)
The Santana vs Boone storyline has continued with this segment.

Barry Windham and Cocoa Samoa vs. The Grappler and Al Madril
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham and Cocoa Samoa defeated The Grappler and Al Madril in 14:04 when Barry Windham defeated Al Madril by pinfall with a Flying Lariat. (D+)
The Windham and Samoa vs. M.A.D. storyline has continued with this match. Cocoa Samoa is improving in Performance skills.

Final Rating: D

Think it's time for the Santana and Boone storyline to come to a close. Same for the Southern Rockers.
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Old 06-26-2011, 02:24 PM   #28
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Mark Callous - 22yo American. Heel. Big Heavyweight Brawler. C- Brawling, good entertainment, not so good performance (D+ Basic, D+ Psych). great physicals and camera. A Menace. The future Undertaker is Virtually Unknown right now. $150 PPA. NW Pop: F-.

Some thoughts on him. He'd be a cheap opener for face workers who have good performance ratings. Or I could use him as Doctor Claw's bodyguard and use him in angles that rely on Menace.
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Old 06-26-2011, 02:53 PM   #29
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Attendance: 1,806

Rip Oliver and Top Gun vs. Indian War Party (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Rip Oliver and Top Gun defeated Indian War Party in 9:14 when Rip Oliver defeated Billy Two Eagles by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D)
Top Gun was really off his game tonight. Billy Two Eagles is improving in Performance skills. Don Running Bear is improving in Technical skills. Don Running Bear is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Barry Windham and Al Madril from the comfort of their announcers table. (D)
The Windham and Samoa vs. M.A.D. storyline has continued with this segment.

Eddie Gilbert vs. Terry Prichard
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, Eddie Gilbert defeated Tom Prichard in 7:38 by pinfall with a Hot Shot. (E+)

The Midnight Rockers is walking backstage, turns a corner, and bumps into The Southern Rockers. Shawn Michaels says something that Doll doesn't like, and they start arguing. After some heated words, The Midnight Rockers challenges The Southern Rockers to meet them in the ring for a match. (E+)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Mike Miller vs. Sting
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Sting defeated Mike Miller in 9:42 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock. (D)

Barry Windham goes to Doctor Claw's office to demand a title shot with The Grappler, but he's met by Mark Callous, Claw's new bodyguard and is turned away. (D)
The Windham and Samoa vs. M.A.D. storyline has continued with this segment.

Brady Boone vs. Ricky Santana (TV Title Match)
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Ricky Santana defeated Brady Boone in 10:07 by pinfall with a Santana Slam. Ricky Santana wins the NWA Pacific Northwest Television title. (D-)
Ricky Santana and Brady Boone have great chemistry, and it showed in their performances. The Santana vs Boone storyline has continued with this match.

Barry Windham vs. Al Madril
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham defeated Al Madril in 11:30 by pinfall with a Superplex. (D)
The Windham and Samoa vs. M.A.D. storyline has continued with this match.

Final Rating: D-

The Santana vs. Boone storyline will now end. I'm going to give them both a push, get their momentum's up, hopefully, and have them feud again in a few months.
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Old 06-26-2011, 05:09 PM   #30
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Attendance: 1,308 (Ouch)

Our roster has started to swell, so I cut loose Curtis Thompson, Chris Colt, Mike Miller and Carly Styles.

Brian Pillman vs Art Barr
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brian Pillman defeated Art Barr in 8:13 by submission with a Crucifix Armbar. (D-)

(The Show Begins...)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Windham and Cocoa and Sting against Madril and The Grappler and Top Gun from the comfort of their announcers table. (D)

The American Ninja vs. Buck Ramstead
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The American Ninja defeated Buck Ramstead in 7:07 by pinfall with a Choke Slam. (E)
The American Ninja and Buck Ramstead don't seem to click, and it made for an awkward bout.

The cameras head backstage where they find Bull Ramos and The American Ninja engaged in a conversation. As soon as the two notice the camera, they hurry offscreen. (B-)
The Protege storyline has continued with this segment.

(Not to self: Use Bull Ramos more. A lot more)

The Midnight Rockers vs. Rick Hunter and Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated Rick Hunter and Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan in 8:48 when Marty Jannetty defeated Rick Hunter by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. (D-)
Rick Hunter was really off his game tonight.

Rip Oliver vs. Eddie Gilbert
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Rip Oliver defeated Eddie Gilbert in 7:43 by pinfall by using underhanded tactics. (D)
Eddie Gilbert is improving in Performance skills.

A video plays hyping Barry Windham, Sting and Cocoa Samoa vs. Al Madril, Top Gun, and The Grappler. (D-)

Barry Windham, Cocoa Samoa and Sting vs. The Grappler, Al Madril and Top Gun
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, The Grappler, Al Madril and Top Gun defeated Barry Windham, Cocoa Samoa and Sting in 14:44 when The Grappler defeated Cocoa Samoa by pinfall with a handful of tights. (D)
Cocoa Samoa is improving in Performance skills. Sting is improving in Technical skills.

Final Rating: D

Some minor annoyance that the Midnight Rockers vs. Southern Rockers match was forgotten about....only minor annoyance, though.
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If you run into problems with guys complaining about being left off of shows, the brand split trick (where you create a 2nd brand but don't run any shows for it) still works.

Considering the various & sundry handicaps human players have to deal with, I've never felt the least bit guilty using that one.
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Old 06-28-2011, 11:35 PM   #32
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No one's really complained about being left off shows yet. At least, not to the point that it's affecting their morale.

Rip Oliver was involved in his 3rd locker room incident, this time with Mark Callous. I tell him this is his last chance and he says he'll try not to let it happen again.

Rip Oliver and Top Gun vs. The American Ninja and Tom Prichard (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Rip Oliver and Top Gun defeated The American Ninja and Tom Prichard in 10:45 when Top Gun defeated Tom Prichard by pinfall with an Assassin Splash. (D)
The American Ninja is improving in Rumble skills.

(The Show Begins...)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Barry Windham and The Grappler from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)

Eddie Gilbert vs. Art Barr
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, Eddie Gilbert defeated Art Barr in 6:56 by pinfall with a Hot Shot. (E)

A video plays hyping The Southern Rockers vs. The Midnight Rockers. (D-)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

The Midnight Rockers vs. The Southern Rockers
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Southern Rockers defeated The Midnight Rockers in 8:13 when Steve Doll defeated Marty Jannetty by pinfall while using the ropes for leverage. (D+)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match.

Barry Windham is interviewed backstage by Don Coss, he hypes an upcoming singles match against The Grappler. (D-)
Barry Windham is developing better performance skills.

Al Madril vs. Cocoa Samoa
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Cocoa Samoa defeated Al Madril in 9:45 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D-)
Doctor Claw did some good work at ringside.

Barry Windham vs. The Grappler (PNW Heavyweight Title Match)
In a bout that had great heat and good action, Barry Windham defeated The Grappler in 12:35 when The Grappler was disqualified when Mark Callous ran in and attacked Barry Windham. (D+)

Final Rating: D
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Old 06-29-2011, 12:14 AM   #33
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Attendance: 1,352

The Southern Rockers vs. Eddie Gilbert and Billy Two Eagles (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Southern Rockers defeated Eddie Gilbert and Billy Two Eagles in 9:58 when Scott Peterson defeated Eddie Gilbert by pinfall. (D-)

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Barry Windham and The Grappler from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)

Al Madril vs. Brady Boone
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Al Madril defeated Brady Boone in 7:41 by pinfall. (D-)
Doctor Claw did some good work at ringside.

Brian Pillman is interviewed backstage by Don Coss, he hypes an upcoming singles match against Ricky Santana. (E+)
The Sting's Hero Quest storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Brain Pillman vs. Ricky Santana (TV Title Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Santana in 7:11 by pinfall with a Flying Corkscrew Crossbody. Brian Pillman wins the NWA Pacific Northwest Television title. (D)

The Midnight Rockers vs. Rip Oliver and Top Gun
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated Top Gun and Rip Oliver in 9:35 when Marty Jannetty defeated Top Gun by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. (D)
Marty Jannetty is improving in Rumble skills. Shawn Michaels is improving in Performance skills.

Barry Windham vs. The Grappler (Cage Match - Heavyweight Title Match)
In a bout that had great heat and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham defeated The Grappler in 12:49 by pinfall with a Superplex. Barry Windham wins the NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight title. (D+)
The Grappler was really off his game tonight.

Final Rating: D

I completely botched the booking on two angles (only about 4 minutes total, though). I'll redo those next week.

I created a storyline involving Sting and his main nemesis will be Top Gun. The "Sting's Hero Quest" storyline.

Barry Windham has the title now and is going to get a big sexy push. I also gave Brian Pillman the TV title, but he'll probably just hold it for a week or two before I give it over to someone else.

The Grappler kinda sucks. He's really only got Midcarder-Upper Midcard level talent. The only thing he's got going for him over the rest of the roster is popularity. And if I push the other workers like I want to, that advantage will go away soon. He's got D+ Pop in NW. Barry Windham just passed him (he's now C-, and started off at D a few months ago). Sting started off at F+ and is at E+ now. Shawn Michaels is up a step already. These guys are gaining pop and then I can phase out The Grappler.

It's a bit of a twist, though. I came in with too little in way of Faces. Now, Rip Oliver is trying to get himself fired, I'm not crazy about The Grappler, and none of the other heels really stand out. At some point, I may turn Windham and have him fight Sting unless I can bring in a big name heel down the road.
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Old 06-29-2011, 01:30 AM   #34
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I didn't pay attention to my finances and we are headed down the tubes. The shift in the TV deal has gotten me in trouble. My TV revenue has gone from $40k per month to $0. I was going to sign a few big names, but with the financial trouble I'm heading towards, I decided to back out.

Rick Hunter vs. Don Running Bear (Dark Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, Rick Hunter defeated Don Running Bear in 7:18 by submission with a Sleeper Hold. (E+)
Rick Hunter was really off his game tonight. Don Running Bear is improving in Technical skills. Don Running Bear is improving in Performance skills.

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Cocoa Samoa and The Grappler from the comfort of their announcers table. (D)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Barry Windham and Al Madril from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)

Eddie Gilbert vs. Mick Foley
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Eddie Gilbert defeated Mick Foley in 7:15 by pinfall with a Hot Shot. (E+)
Mick Foley is improving in Performance skills.

Doctor Claw is interviewed backstage by Don Coss, he hypes an upcoming singles match between Al Madril and Barry Windham (E)

Sting vs. Rip Oliver
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Sting defeated Rip Oliver in 9:53 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock. (D)
Sting is improving in Technical skills.

Barry Windham had an interview hyping his upcoming singles match with Al Madril. (D-)

Cocoa Samoa vs. The Grappler
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Cocoa Samoa defeated The Grappler in 9:46 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D)
Cocoa Samoa is improving in Performance skills.

Barry Windham vs. Al Madril (Heavyweight Title Match)
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham defeated Al Madril in 12:06 by pinfall with a Flying Lariat. Barry Windham makes defence number 1 of his NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight title. (D+)

Final Rating: D

I'm down to under $100k. I lost almost $50k in May and then I lost $32k in June.

Worker cost hasn't actually gone up that much. It was $69k in April, $70k in May and $76k in June. The deficit is almost entirely from lack of TV money now and ticket sales have dropped ~$10k.

I start off July with $91k.
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I didn't pay attention to my finances and we are headed down the tubes.

I have to admit I was wondering how you could afford to do dark matches at this stage of the campaign, ditto multiple tag matches.
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Old 06-29-2011, 03:05 PM   #36
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Been getting messages about several workers being let go by the AWA. Mick Foley, Rip Oliver and Cocoa Samoa. I look at their news and they have let a lot of people go recently.

Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan has announced he will be retiring soon. (Damn it, he's in my Sting storyline....I'll have to evolve it soon and try to write him out of it).

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Brian Pillman and Rick Hunter from the comfort of their announcers table. (D)
The Sting's Hero Quest storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

The Grappler vs. Eddie Gilbert
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Grappler defeated Eddie Gilbert in 8:42 by pinfall with a Loaded Boot. (D)
Doctor Claw did some good work at ringside.

The Southern Rockers have an interview in which they taunt The Midnight Rockers. (E+)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

The Midnight Rockers vs. Mick Foley and Tom Prichard
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated Mick Foley and Tom Prichard in 7:34 when Shawn Michaels defeated Tom Prichard by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. (D-)

The Midnight Rockers, after their match, stay in the ring and challenge The Southern Rockers to a rematch. (E+)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Brian Pillman vs. Rick Hunter (TV Title Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brian Pillman defeated Rick Hunter in 10:49 by pinfall with a Leaping Thrusting Lariat. Brian Pillman makes defence number 1 of his NWA Pacific Northwest Television title. (D)
The Sting's Hero Quest storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match.


Hunter and Ali Hassan attack Brian Pillman backstage, and leave him down and out. (E)
The Sting's Hero Quest storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Sting vs. Ricky Santana
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Ricky Santana defeated Sting in 13:04 by pinfall with a Santana Slam. (D)

Fina Rating: D
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Old 06-29-2011, 03:27 PM   #37
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I sent out offers to Terry Funk, Sgt. Slaughter and Jimmy Snuka. They all told me to go F myself, which I pretty much expected, and even if they did enter into negotiations, I figured I wouldn't be able to afford them anyway. I did one one guy though.

Bad News Allen - 43yo American. Light Heavyweight Brawler. B Brawling, B+ Puroresu, B Charisma, B- Acting, decent performance (although he can't sell), great physicals (A* Toughness, B Power, C Stam). Popularity in NorthWest: C-, so he's already as popular as Windham in the area. He can step right into the title picture....which I'll need to do since I had to promise him a Main Title run. He's also getting 15% Merch sales and $1500 PPA.
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Old 06-29-2011, 03:42 PM   #38
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(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Barry Windham and Top Gun from the comfort of their announcers table. (D)

Brain Pillman comes to the ring and challenges Ali Hassan and Hunter to a handicap match. (D-)

The Midnight Rockers vs. Art Barr and Buck Ramstead
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated Buck Ramstead and Art Barr in 7:49 when Marty Jannetty defeated Art Barr by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. (D-)
Shawn Michaels came out of the match looking good. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Art Barr is improving in Technical skills.
The Midnight Rockers are in the ring when The Southern Rockers come out. They say that they accept the challenge, and will face them in a match.(E+)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Top Gun, Sheik Abdullah Ali Hassan and Rick Hunter are seen talking backstage (E)

Bad News Allen vs. Eddie Gilbert
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Bad News Allen defeated Eddie Gilbert in 8:16 by pinfall with a Ghetto Blaster. (D+)

Ali Hassan and Hunter appear and say that they accept the challenge from Brian Pillman (E+)

Rip Oliver vs. Cocoa Samoa
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Cocoa Samoa defeated Rip Oliver in 12:13 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D-)
Cocoa Samoa is improving in Performance skills.

Barry Windham vs. Top Gun (PNW HW Title)
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Barry Windham defeated Top Gun in 9:46 by pinfall with a Superplex. Barry Windham makes defence number 2 of his NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight title. (D)
Barry Windham is improving in Flying skills.

Final Rating: D
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Old 06-29-2011, 03:48 PM   #39
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There's an error in the storyline that I chose for Sting, so that's been evolved into an unchained storyline.
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Old 06-30-2011, 09:22 AM   #40
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There's an error in the storyline that I chose for Sting, so that's been evolved into an unchained storyline.

I always found storylines to be very frustrating because it is so easy to make a mistake, waste an angle, and have to either redo it in a later show, advance the storyline without the angle or match, or go back to a save and redo the show.

A couple of years back I posted a suggestion on the TEW board that the booking analysis should tell you not only which workers you aren't using, but which storylines would not advance in the show. That way you'd at least be tipped off that something was amiss.
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Old 06-30-2011, 02:01 PM   #41
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There should be some kind of error checking in creating the storyline as well. The error in this one was that it called for a "1 vs 1" singles match, yet it included 4 people. It was supposed to be a tag match, but the writer accidentally picked 1 v 1. I could have just skipped it and held the tag match as normal, but I got a bit tired of making mistakes and just evolved it to unchained. That also allowed me to write Abdullah out.

I really like the idea of prewritten storylines, but they become such a hassle at times. I get bored with unchained though, since there's no "story" to them.
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Old 07-01-2011, 08:29 AM   #42
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I really like the idea of prewritten storylines, but they become such a hassle at times. I get bored with unchained though, since there's no "story" to them.

+1

I'm enjoying the dynasty, btw. Keep up the good work.
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Old 07-01-2011, 10:09 PM   #43
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*Backstage Incident*. Rip Oliver isn't it...isn't it!? *click button* Rip Oliver....You're Fired!

(The Show Begins....)

Ricky Santana vs. The American Ninja
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Ricky Santana defeated The American Ninja in 8:07 by pinfall, illegally using the ropes for leverage. (D)
Ricky Santana and The American Ninja have pretty good chemistry, and it lifted the match.

The Midnight Rockers had an interview hyping his upcoming tag match with Oliver and Hunter. (D-)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Bad News Allen vs. Brady Boone
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, Bad News Allen defeated Brady Boone in 7:36 by pinfall with a Ghetto Blaster. (C-)

After the match, Barry Windham starts walking to the ring to give an interview. At the same time, Bad News Allen is walking back to the locker rooms after his match. They bump shoulders and turn to each other. They stare down each other and extange a few words before it's broken up. (D+)
The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this segment.

After Windham gets to the ring, he tells the crowd that he was going to talk about Doctor Claw and M.A.D., but then he spends the interview talking about Bad News Allen. (D+)
The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this segment.

The Midnight Rockers vs. Rip Oliver and Rick Hunter
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated Rip Oliver and Rick Hunter in 10:26 when Marty Jannetty defeated Rick Hunter by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. (D-)
Rip Oliver seemed off his game tonight. The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match. This match brought the crowd's mood down. Rick Hunter is improving in Performance skills.

The Midnight Rockers are celebrating their victory in the ring. The Southern Rockers run in and attack, beating them down into the mat. (E)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Sting vs. The Grappler
In a bout that had solid in-ring action and average heat, Sting defeated The Grappler in 11:06 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock. (D)
Doctor Claw did some good work at ringside. Sting and The Grappler have pretty good chemistry, and it lifted the match.

Final Rating: D-

Messed up again. I forgot that I advanced booked a match between bad News Allen and Cocoa Samoa, and the fans were annoyed that that match did not happen.

Anyway, still, a C- match with Allen and a midcarder. My first match above a D+. Things are looking up.

One last hurray for Rip Oliver before his contract is terminated tomorrow.

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Old 07-01-2011, 10:19 PM   #44
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'Outlaw' Ron Bass - 40yo American. Heel. Middleweight Brawler. B- Brawling, decent performance (C to B- on all attr.), B- Toughness, C+ Stam, C Power. Independent Star. I'm going to reset the Sting storyline with Bass as the main villain. $1500 PPA and promise of a Midcard title run.
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Old 07-01-2011, 10:40 PM   #45
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(The Show Begins....)

Brain Pillman vs. Tom Prichard (non-Title)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brian Pillman defeated Tom Prichard in 7:59 by submission with a Crucifix Armbar. (D-)
The Sting's Quest storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match.

After the match, as Brian Pillman entered the backstage area, he was jumped by Tom Prichard (who headed back to the locker room immediately after his lose) and Rick Hunter (E-)
The Sting's Quest storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

A video plays hyping The Midnight Rockers vs. The Southern Rockers. (D-)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

The Midnight Rockers vs. The Southern Rockers
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated The Southern Rockers in 12:22 when Marty Jannetty defeated Steve Doll by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. (D+)
Scott Peterson seemed off his game tonight. The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this match. Scott Peterson is improving in Technical skills.

Having just picked up the victory, The Midnight Rockers celebrate in the ring. (E+)
The Feud of the Rockers storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Ricky Santana vs. Eddie Gilbert
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Ricky Santana defeated Eddie Gilbert in 6:44 by pinfall after using a foreign object. (E+)

Bad News Allen vs. Cocoa Samoa
In a bout that had great heat and good action, Bad News Allen defeated Cocoa Samoa in 10:03 by pinfall with a Ghetto Blaster. (D)
Bad News Allen and Cocoa Samoa don't seem to click, and it made for an awkward bout.

Following the match, Bad News Allen grabs a mic and calls out Barry Windham. (C-) Barry Windham appears and says that he accepts the challenge laid down by Bad News Allen, he'll face him in a match. (C-)
The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this segment.

Final Rating: D

C- angles, C- matches....yeah, Bad News Allen is going to be pushed big time.

Sucks about the Gilbert - Santana match. I was counting on that being a good lead in for the main event, and that ended up having two workers not click.

The Rockers storyline gets sped up and the final match will be next week. Then I'll push both of them (Jannetty and Michaels) in singles and tag matches.

Next Week! Windham vs. Allen (part 1)!

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Old 07-01-2011, 10:58 PM   #46
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Now that Rip Oliver is gone, my backstage rating has gone up into the 80s.

(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Bad News Allen and Billy Two Eagles from the comfort of their announcers table. (D+)

Top Gun vs. Mick Foley
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Top Gun defeated Mick Foley in 6:32 by pinfall with an Assassin Splash. (E+)

Brian Pillman challenges Ruck Hunter and Tom Prichard to a tag match. (E)
The Sting's Quest storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Ron Bass vs. Brady Boone
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Ron Bass defeated Brady Boone in 6:34 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D)
Brady Boone is improving in Rumble skills.

The Midnight Rockers vs. The Southern Rockers (Tag Titles Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated The Southern Rockers in 11:39 when Marty Jannetty defeated Scott Peterson by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. The Midnight Rockers win the NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team titles. (C-)
Marty Jannetty was really off his game tonight. Shawn Michaels looked good out there. The The Feud of the Rockers storyline has ended with this match.

A video plays hyping Barry Windham vs. Bad News Allen. (C-)
The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this segment.

Barry Windham vs. Bad News Allen (Heavyweight Title Match)
In a bout that had great heat and good action, Barry Windham defeated Bad News Allen in 11:44 by disqualification. Barry Windham makes defence number 3 of his NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight title. (C)
Bad News Allen was visibly tiring toward the end. The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this match.

After the match, Bad News Allen continues to attack Barry Windham. (D+)

Final Rating: C-

The tag storyline was sinking fast, and in the end it gives me a good match. Now the Southern Rockers can sink to lower midcarder level where they belong.

And my first C match between Allen and Windham. Hope they keep this up.
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Old 07-03-2011, 04:53 PM   #47
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Now my backstage rating is at 90%.

(The Show Begins....)

Cocoa Samoa had an interview hyping his upcoming singles match with Al Madril. (D-)

Sting and Brian Pillman vs. Rick Hunter and Tom Prichard
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Sting and Brian Pillman defeated Tom Prichard and Rick Hunter in 8:35 when Sting defeated Rick Hunter by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock. (D)
Tom Prichard is improving in Performance skills.

The Midnight Rockers had an interview hyping his upcoming handicap match against Top Gun and The Grappler. (D-)
The Midnight Rockers Show storyline has continued with this segment.

Bad News Allen vs. Billy Two Eagles
In a bout that had a good crowd and good action, Bad News Allen defeated Billy Two Eagles in 6:46 by pinfall with a Ghetto Blaster. (D+)

After the match, Bad News Allen grabs a mic and calls out Barry Windham. When Windham shows up, they go back and forth verbally until they are separated by security and sent their separate ways. (C)
The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this segment.

Al Madril vs. Cocoa Samoa
In a bout that had a good crowd and some decent in-ring action, Cocoa Samoa defeated Al Madril in 9:49 by pinfall with a Piledriver. (D)
Doctor Claw did some good work at ringside.

The Midnight Rockers vs. The Grappler and Top Gun
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, The Midnight Rockers defeated The Grappler and Top Gun in 10:57 when Marty Jannetty defeated Top Gun by pinfall with a Rocker Shocker. The Midnight Rockers make defence number 1 of their NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team titles. (D)
Marty Jannetty was really off his game tonight. Shawn Michaels came out of the match looking good. The Midnight Rockers Show storyline has continued with this match.

Final Rating: D

Wish I could have Allen vs. Windham every week. Hopefully it doesn't take too long to build up some popularity for a few other workers.
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:47 PM   #48
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(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Barry Windham and Ron Bass from the comfort of their announcers table. (C-)

Eddie Gilbert vs. Buck Ramstead
In a match that had an average crowd reaction but featured terrible wrestling, Eddie Gilbert defeated Buck Ramstead in 7:50 by pinfall with a Hot Shot. (E)
Eddie Gilbert and Buck Ramstead don't seem to click, and it made for an awkward bout.

Shawn Michaels vs. Mick Foley
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Shawn Michaels defeated Mick Foley in 8:54 by pinfall with a Sweet Chin Music. (D)
Mick Foley is improving in Technical skills.

Barry Windham had an interview hyping his upcoming singles match with Ron Bass. (C-)

Brian Pillman vs. Ricky Santana (TV Title Match)
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Ricky Santana defeated Brian Pillman in 10:22 by pinfall with a handful of tights. Ricky Santana wins the NWA Pacific Northwest Television title. (D-)
Brian Pillman is improving in Technical skills.

After the match, Sting comforts Brian Pillman, but Ron Bass, Rick Hunter and Tom Prichard attack them and leave them knocked out. (E)
The Sting's Quest storyline has been moved forward one stage with this segment.

Barry Windham vs. Ron Bass (PNW Heavyweight Title)
In a bout that had great heat and good action, Barry Windham defeated Ron Bass in 12:28 when Ron Bass was disqualified when Bad News Allen ran in and attacked Barry Windham. Barry Windham makes defence number 4 of his NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight title. (D+)
Barry Windham and Ron Bass don't seem to click, and it made for an awkward bout. The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this match.

Final Rating: D
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:59 PM   #49
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Ron Simmons - 39yo American. Face. Heavyweight Brawler. C Brawling, C+ Chaisma, C- Acting, good physicals, ok performance (C- Basics, C- Psych), NW Pop: D-. Independent Star, will be an Upper Midcard Face. $1500 PPA

Rick Steiner - 26yo American. Face. Light Heavyweight Regular Wrestler. C Brawling, not every good entertainment, C+ Basics, C- Psych, good physicals. NW Pop: E-. Midcard Face.

Al Madril, The Grappler, Don Running Bear, Billy Two Eagles and Buk Ramstead have been let go.
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Old 07-03-2011, 10:11 PM   #50
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(The Show Begins....)

Coss and Savage Hype the upcoming match between Windham and Cocoa and Bad News and Ramos from the comfort of their announcers table. (C)
The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this segment.

Marty Jannetty vs. Tom Prichard
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Marty Jannetty defeated Tom Prichard in 6:54 by pinfall with a Rocker Dropper. (E)

Brian Pillman vs. Scott Peterson
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Brian Pillman defeated Scott Peterson in 9:15 by submission with a Crucifix Armbar. (D-)

Brian Pillman is being attacked by Bass and Hunter in the ring. Seeing the assault, Sting comes running in and fights them both off, saving Pillman from a serious beating. (E)
The Sting's Hero Quest storyline has continued with this segment.

Top Gun vs. The American Ninja
In a match that had an average crowd reaction and some decent in-ring action, Top Gun defeated The American Ninja in 9:59 by pinfall with an Assassin Splash. (D-)
The American Ninja is improving in Performance skills.

Barry Windham and Cocoa Samoa vs. Bad News Allen and Bull Ramos
In a bout that had great heat and good action, Bad News Allen and Bull Ramos defeated Barry Windham and Cocoa Samoa in 13:16 when Bad News Allen defeated Cocoa Samoa by pinfall by using underhanded tactics. (D+)
Bull Ramos seemed off his game tonight. The Bad News for Windham storyline has continued with this match. Cocoa Samoa is improving in Performance skills.

Final Rating: D+
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