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Old 10-05-2020, 02:11 AM   #1
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Return of Stampede Wrestling



In April 2008, the wrestling world lost one of its iconic promotions as Stampede Wrestling based in Calgary closed its doors for the final time. After multiple successful runs (the first lasting 36 years) it was a sad day when the company finally had to cease operations for good.

Fast forward 12 years later and on October 1st 2020 the following release was sent out:

"In the middle of such uncertain times, many pro wrestling fans turned to this great industry as a source of entertainment and as an escape from the awful things going on in the world.

With a global monster at the top of the industry, some smaller but well established companies still going strong, with a recent upstart trying to grow, it is time not only to re-establish a once great promotion to its glory, but to take that history and build this promotion for the future, with the goal to make the wrestling universe revolve around a homebase in Canada.

That being said we are proud to announce the return of Stampede Wrestling! This once great company with historic ties to the legendary Hart family, will now be getting an upgrade.

On October 6th we will see the debut of Chaos, a 2 hour primetime show featuring the men who will lead Stampede Wrestling into the future. And then October 7th will see the debut of Heatwave, a 2 hour primetime show featuring the women who will lead Stampede Wrestling into the future. On each night we will also reveal the 2 people responsible for this revival, as we will see who will be in control of the men and women respectively. So wrestling fans get ready for a new era in Pro Wrestling!"
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General Manager: Kurt Angle

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General Manager: Trish Stratus

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OCTOBER 6TH 2020
NEXT PPV Hallowed Point October 25th 2020

Moose vs Teddy Hart vs René Duprée.

Match Background: This will be a hardcore bout. Moose is making his debut at this show. Teddy Hart is making his debut at this show. Duprée is making his debut at this show.

The Match: Moose hits a right hand. Teddy Hart hits a face jam on Moose onto a chair! Duprée reverses a Teddy Hart hammerlock. Nice piledriver on Teddy Hart. Duprée hits a piledriver on Moose. That used to end matches, you know. Hooks the leg for a two count. DDT from the top rope by Teddy Hart. That looked KILLER. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! René Duprée fights out of a grapple. Teddy Hart eats a trash can, but not the contents in it, obviously. Massive lariat! Stan Hansen would approve. René Duprée can barely stand. Hit Stick! 1....2....3.

Match Rating 3*

The Lucha Bros are in the ring. Out from the crowd come Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson, who run in and start a beat down. The Good Brothers use the element of surprise, and leave The Lucha Bros down in the ring.

Segment Rating 4*

The Good Brothers vs The Lucha Bros.

Match Background: Anderson is making his debut at this show. Gallows is making his debut at this show. Fénix is making his debut at this show. Pentagón is making his debut at this show.

The Match: Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Karl Anderson ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Bodyslam by Anderson. Hooks the leg for a two count. Tag between Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows. Karl Anderson scoops up Fénix. Gallows bounces off the ropes and hits a flying Hart Attack clothesline. Hooks the leg for a two count. BAAACK Body drop by Fénix gets a bit of a pop from the crowd. Fénix kicks Doc Gallows in the gut to reverse the momentum. Flying cross body off the top rope! There's a two count on the pin. Fénix tags out to Pentagón Jr.. Super kick by Pentagón Jr.. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Hard back suplex on Gallows. Come to think of it, that move had WAY too much power in No Mercy for N64. Pentagón Jr. gets taken down out of nowhere! Fallaway slam by Doc Gallows puts down Pentagón Jr.. Gallows tags out to Karl Anderson. Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Karl Anderson ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Pentagón tags out to Fénix. Rude Awakening neckbreaker on Fénix by Anderson. Remember when that was a legit finish? Fénix hooks up a suplex, but it is blocked. Anderson scores with a low blow, then turns it into a small package! The referee didn't see the illegal blow! 1...2...3! Fénix got screwed out of the victory! The Lucha Bros look like they aren't done...and they attack The Good Brothers! After an exchange of blows, Anderson and Gallows are laid out in the ring.

Match Rating 3.5*

Kurt Angle comes out from the back, making his debut tonight. He takes the microphone and makes it clear that he is in a position of power.

Segment Rating 4.5*

Chris Harris vs Marty Scurll.

Match Background: Wildcat is making his debut at this show. Scurll is making his debut at this show.

The Match: Spinning back kick from Marty Scurll. Marty Scurll kicks the leg, knocks Wildcat down, and goes to work on it. Flying elbow from Marty Scurll connects. Scurll uses a basement dropkick to the knee and it looks like it might be TIME TO GO TO SCHOOL~! Wildcat pushes out of a Marty Scurll hold. Flying shoulder tackle by Wildcat sends Scurll CRASHING to the mat. Spear by Chris Harris. Covers for a quick two count. Chris Harris gets taken down out of nowhere! Scurll crushes Wildcat with a running senton. Hooks the leg for a two count. Power drive elbow by Marty Scurll. That sounds like a feature on a 4 x 4, doesn't it. Pin, but Wildcat is out just before the three count. Chris Harris powers out of a Marty Scurll headlock. Wildcat slams Marty Scurll. Marty Scurll once again takes the advantage after blocking a few punches and connecting with some forearms. Spin kick by Marty Scurll to the face sends the opponent FLYING across the ring. Chris Harris gets knocked to the ground by Scurll. Here it comes...Crossface Chickenwing! Chris Harris taps! Marty Scurll remains in the ring, celebrating the victory.

Match Rating 3*

EC3 is backstage. He was out there to hype a match against Andrew Everett. Good way to get the fans interested in what is coming up.

Segment Rating 3.5*

Andrew Everett vs EC3.

Match Background: Everett is making his debut at this show. EC3 is making his debut at this show.

The Match: Implant DDT by Andrew Everett! I will always and forever mark out for that move. Everett crushes EC3 with a running senton. Covers for a quick two count. EC3 ducks a wild right hand. EC3 drives a HARD forearm into the chest of Everett. A Gut buster connects on Everett and hits hard. Hooks the leg for a two count. TIGER DRIVER~! '91 nearly crushes the spine of Everett! Cover, ONE...TWO...NO! I honestly thought that match was going to end right then and there. Stun Gun from EC3! I still can't believe that was Austin's finisher at one point. Andrew Everett is able to duck a clothesline attempt and connect with a counter clothesline. Lightning kick by Everett on EC3. Hooks the leg for a two count. Tiger suplex on EC3. No Misawa references from me, I swear. Oh, Bloody Hell! Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Andrew Everett hits a rolling kick on EC3. Konnan has ruined any chance for me ever enjoying this maneuver again with his ****ty execution of it. EC3 walks into a high dropkick from Andrew Everett, almost losing several teeth in the process. Andrew Everett gets taken down out of nowhere! Everett tastes a high angle back suplex. If Spike Lee can sue TNN over the Spike TV nonsense, then Kurt Angle should be able to sue SOMEONE for that. EC3 brings out a jumping powerbomb to nearly murder Everett in the ring! Andrew Everett hooks up a suplex, but it is blocked. EC3 scores with a low blow, then turns it into a small package! The referee didn't see the illegal blow! 1...2...3! Andrew Everett got screwed out of the victory! EC3 leaves the ring and heads off down the aisle at speed. EC3 has the victory, and isn't hanging around for Andrew Everett to look for revenge.

Match Rating 3*

Mr. Brodie Lee is in the ring, and makes an open challenge for anyone to come out and face him. Out from the back comes the debuting Tommy Dreamer. He hits the ring and attacks. Mr. Brodie Lee is in trouble. Dreamer DDT!!! That shook the ring. Brodie got beaten down by the debuting Tommy Dreamer.

Segment Rating 3.5*

Tommy Dreamer vs Mr. Brodie Lee.

Match Background: Dreamer is making his debut at this show. Brodie is making his debut at this show.

The Match: Bodyslam by Dreamer. Big piledriver on Brodie. Covers for a quick two count. Brodie kicks Tommy Dreamer in the gut to reverse the momentum. Brodie slams Tommy Dreamer. Brodie slams Tommy Dreamer down and motions to the crowd. Covers for a quick two count. Spear! Dreamer is down! Pin, but Dreamer is out just before the three count. Mr. Brodie Lee with a spinning neckbreaker on Dreamer. Brodie drops an elbow...but Tommy Dreamer moves out of the way. Spinebuster by Tommy Dreamer. Covers for a quick two count. High Angle DDT by Tommy Dreamer just SPIKES Mr. Brodie Lee down! Hooks the leg! ONE...TWO...NO! BIG clothesline on Brodie. Brodie gets slammed down hard and winces in pain. Mr. Brodie Lee powers out of a Tommy Dreamer headlock. Rude Awakening neckbreaker on Tommy Dreamer by Brodie. Remember when that was a legit finish? Mr. Brodie Lee scores with a big spinebuster. Tommy Dreamer is in trouble. Discus Clothesline!!! That shook the ring. 1....2....3!! Mr. Brodie Lee gives a murderous look toward Tommy Dreamer...and attacks! Dreamer gets dropped to the canvas, then battered with a barrage of rights and lefts. Brodie leaves the ring having left Dreamer down and out.

Match Rating 3.5*

Kurt Angle is backstage, and announces that tonight we will see Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega fight one on one.

Segment Rating 4*

Jon Moxley vs Kenny Omega.

Match Background: Mox is making his debut at this show. Omega is making his debut at this show.

The Match: Omega takes a headbutt from Jon Moxley. Jon Moxley hits some punches. How generic. Running knee lift from Jon Moxley. Mox slams Kenny Omega down and motions to the crowd. Kenny Omega once again takes the advantage after blocking a few punches and connecting with some forearms. Omega hits a dropkick on Jon Moxley and gets right back up. Omega crushes Mox with a running senton. Covers for a quick two count. Mox kicks Kenny Omega in the gut to reverse the momentum. Omega walks into a side slam. Think about how much talent it takes to side slam someone. Nash can do it. There's a two count on the pin. Death valley driver by Jon Moxley! No one executes that move properly anymore. Cover, ONE...TWO...NO! I honestly thought that match was going to end right then and there. Kenny Omega fights out of a grapple. Omega just WAFFLES Mox with a STIFF chop that hurt ME to watch! Jon Moxley pulls a mule kick out of nowhere. Mox slams Kenny Omega down and motions to the crowd. The bell rings. The referee declares that the time limit has expired, and the match is a draw. Jon Moxley offers a handshake to Omega...and he accepts it!

Match Rating 4*

Show Rating 3.5*
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October 7th 2020
Next PPV Hallowed Point October 25th 2020

Trish Stratus comes out from the back, making her debut tonight. She takes the microphone and makes it clear that she is in a position of power.

Segment Rating 4.5*

Kayden Carter is walking backstage, when she meets Taeler Hendrix. They trade insults, get in each others faces, but eventually walk off without coming to blows.

Segment Rating 2.5*

Renee Michelle vs Taya Valkyrie.

Match Background: Michelle is making her debut at this show. Taya is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Face crusher from Taya on Michelle sets up for an elbowdrop. Hooks the leg for a two count. Badly executed second rope splash by Taya. Hooks the leg for a two count. Renee Michelle reverses a hip toss. Renee Michelle arm drags Taya over and locks on an armbar. Powerslam from Renee Michelle on Taya. Hooks the leg! ONE...TWO...NO! Taya reverses a Renee Michelle hammerlock. Back heel kick from Taya on Michelle but it misses by miles. Hooks the leg for a two count. Taya charges into the corner but EATS BOOT. Renee Michelle with an enziguri. Susie just slid into the ring out of nowhere! Taya Valkyrie gets grabbed, and they start brawling. Michelle takes some shots at Taya as well. The referee, seeing the chaos, calls for a no contest ruling. We have a three-way stand off in the ring, as Renee Michelle, Taya Valkyrie and Susie look at each other. They all charge forward, and a three-way brawl erupts in the ring! Security and a pile of referees hit the ring to stop the carnage.

Match Rating 2*

Trish Stratus is backstage, and announces that tonight we will see Taya Valkyrie, Renee Michelle, and Susie compete in a triangle match.

Segment Rating 3.5*

Taya Valkyrie vs Susie vs Renee Michelle.

Match Background: This will be a triangle bout. Taya is making her debut at this show. Susie is making her debut at this show. Michelle is making her debut at this show.

The Match: A kick from Taya is delivered to the leg. Susie strikes away at Taya Valkyrie, not doing much damage at all. Michelle counters a backdrop attempt with a kick to the face and hit a clothesline! Renee Michelle uses a running dropkick into the corner. That was just...ugh. Back heel kick from Michelle on Taya but it misses by miles. Covers for a quick two count. Susie scores with a poor standing spinebuster. Pin, but Michelle is out just before the three count. Renee Michelle is able to duck a clothesline attempt and connect with a counter clothesline. Renee Michelle hits an ugly looking bulldog off the ropes. Taya Valkyrie scores with a crappy looking standing spinebuster. Could have been done a hell of a lot better though. Taya Valkyrie moves in for the kill. Here it comes - Road to Valhalla. 1....2...3, it's finished.

Match Rating 2.5*

The Beautiful People are backstage. They were out there to hype a match against Eagles and Matthews. Sounds like fun.

Segment Rating 3.5*

Kayden Carter vs Taeler Hendrix.

Match Background: Carter is making her debut at this show. Taeler is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Taeler takes a chop from Carter. Carter hits a back kick, doubling Taelerover. Kayden Carter strikes Taeler. Hooks the leg for a two count. Face crusher from Carter on Taeler sets up for an elbowdrop. Covers for a quick two count. Taeler blocks a kick from Kayden Carter. Carter receives a spinning neckbreaker from Taeler. Covers for a quick two count. Suplex into a front slam from Taeler, but the execution was CRAPTASTIC~!. Carter ducks a wild right hand. Kayden Carter with an enziguri. Taeler Hendrix is in trouble. Crucifix Bomb!!! That shook the ring. 1....2....3!! Kayden Carter climbs each turnbuckle in turn, working the crowd as she celebrates her victory

Match Rating 2*

Chelsea Green is in the ring, and makes an open challenge for anyone to come out and face her. Out from the back comes the debuting Kaitlyn. She hits the ring and attacks. Chelsea Green is in trouble. Spear! Chelsea got beaten down by the debuting Kaitlyn.

Segment Rating 3*

Kaitlyn vs Chelsea Green.

Match Background: Kaitlyn is making her debut at this show. Chelsea is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Kaitlyn slams Chelsea Green down. Chelsea is sure in trouble now. Kaitlyn hits an ugly looking bulldog off the ropes. Covers for a quick two count. Chelsea counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. Chelsea takes down Kaitlyn and begins wailing away with some weak punches. Chelsea Green uses an armbreaker to take Kaitlyn down and applies an armbar. There's no quit in Kaitlyn yet though. Hooks the leg for a two count. Chelsea Green nearly ends the career of Kaitlyn with a screwed up german suplex. GET AWAY FROM THE WRESTLING BUSINESS! Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Kaitlyn just EATS a swinging neckbreaker slam from Chelsea. Kaitlyn pulls a mule kick out of nowhere. Kaitlyn hits a piledriver on Chelsea Green. I know I wouldn't let someone that bad give me a piledriver. Covers for a quick two count. Sloppy discus punch from Kaitlyn barely connects on Chelsea. Pin, but Chelsea is out just before the three count. Kaitlyn with a badly-executed spinning neckbreaker on Chelsea. One more performed that badly and this match will end on a bad note, if you get my drift. Kaitlyn hits Chelsea. Chelsea flips out of a Kaitlyn bodyslam attempt. Chelsea Green uses an armbreaker to take Kaitlyn down and applies an armbar. There's no quit in Kaitlyn yet though. Chelsea Green nearly ends the career of Kaitlyn with a screwed up german suplex. GET AWAY FROM THE WRESTLING BUSINESS! Kaitlyn grabs Chelsea Green from behind and shoves her into the ropes, then scores with a roll-up...but Chelsea rolls through with the move! She is using the tights for leverage! 1....2...3! The referee didn't see it! Chelsea Green goes into the crowd, where she celebrates her victory

Match Rating 2.5*

Eagles and Matthews are backstage. They were out there to hype a match against The Beautiful People. Sounds like fun.

Segment Rating 3.5*

The Beautiful People vs Eagles and Matthews.

Match Background: Angelina is making her debut at this show. Velvet Sky is making her debut at this show. Matthews is making her debut at this show. Eagles is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Matthews receives some punishment by Angelina Love but with that horrid offense, we're the only ones truly being punished. Angelina hits an arm drag on Matthews, follows it up with about 3 more and locks in an armbar for good measure. Hooks the leg for a two count. Tag to Velvet Sky. The Beautiful People whip Matthews into the ropes and hit a double back elbow. Hooks the leg for a two count. Velvet Sky arm drags Matthews over and locks on an armbar. Matthews powers out of a headlock. Massive back suplex! Velvet Sky got snapped in half, but not literally because that would just end the match now wouldn't it. Covers for a quick two count. Tag to Madison Eagles. Madison Eagles hits a bulldog off the ropes. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Eagles slams Velvet Sky down and motions to the crowd. Velvet Sky avoids a Madison Eagles avalanche by getting out of the damn way! Madison Eagles takes a knee lift from Velvet Sky. *sigh* Running knee lifts always remind me of the late Curt Hennig. Tag to Angelina Love. Angelina Love strikes Eagles. Eagles tags out to Nicole Matthews. Angelina Love arm drags Matthews over and locks on an armbar. As Velvet Sky and Matthews get into a brawl on the outside, Rosemary comes running down into the ring! Angelina Love gets grabbed, and they start brawling. Matthews takes some shots at Angelina as well. The referee, seeing the chaos, calls for a no contest ruling. We have a three-way stand off in the ring, as The Beautiful People, Eagles and Matthews and Demon Bunny look at each other. They all charge forward, and a three-way brawl erupts in the ring! Security and a pile of referees hit the ring to stop the carnage.

Match Rating 2.5*

Show Rating 3*
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October 13th 2020
Next PPV Hallowed Point October 25th 2020

Andrew Everett is in the ring, about to give an interview. Out from the crowd comes the debuting Angel Garza, who attacks. Angel Garza moves in for the kill. Here it comes - Wing Clipper. Everett has been laid out by Angel Garza.

Segment Rating 3.5*

Angel Garza vs Andrew Everett.

Match Background: Garza is making his debut at this show.

The Match: Standing leg lariat by Angel Garza on Everett. STIFF high kick on Everett by Angel Garza. THERE IT IS! A legdrop to the BACK OF THE HEAD! I swear, that makes any match just a little bit better. I don't mind telling you that every time I see it, that's for sure. Implant DDT by Angel Garza! I will always and forever mark out for that move. Everett counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. Flying elbow from Andrew Everett connects. SUPER frankensteiner on Garza, who hit hard and is loopy as a result. Hooks the leg for a two count. Everett goes for a splash but Garza puts the knees up. Everett takes a NICE hurrancarana from Angel Garza. There's a two count on the pin. Tiger suplex on Everett. No Misawa references from me, I swear. Oh, Bloody Hell! Pin, but Everett is out just before the three count. Garza goes for a splash but Everett puts the knees up. Spinning back kick from Andrew Everett. Garza pushes out of a Andrew Everett hold. Hard back suplex on Everett. Come to think of it, that move had WAY too much power in No Mercy for N64. Angel Garza ducks a Everett clothesline and does a quick roll up. Garza has a handful of tights! The referee hasn't seen it: 1....2....3!! Angel Garza climbs each turnbuckle in turn, working the crowd as he celebrates his victory

Match Rating 3*

René Duprée is in the ring, and makes an open challenge for anyone to come out and face him. Out from the back comes the debuting Damian Priest. He hits the ring and attacks. René Duprée can barely stand. Reckoning! Duprée got beaten down by the debuting Damian Priest.

Segment Rating 3*

René Duprée vs Damian Priest.

Match Background: Priest is making his debut at this show.

The Match: Duprée receives some punishment by Damian Priest but with that horrid offense, we're the only ones truly being punished. Damian Priest hits Duprée. Duprée takes a vertical suplex, but pops right back up. Priest slams René Duprée down. Duprée is sure in trouble now. Damian Priest misses a clothesline. Running knee lift from René Duprée. Full nelson slam on Priest. Covers for a quick two count. Priest kicks René Duprée in the gut to reverse the momentum. Damian Priest hits a sloppy double axe handle off the top. There's a two count on the pin. Damian Priest scores with a crappy looking standing spinebuster. Could have been done a hell of a lot better though. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Priest charges into the corner but EATS BOOT. René Duprée connects with rights and lefts and Damian Priest is down! Priest counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. Big kick from Priest staggers Duprée but that's about it. Damian Priest moves in for the kill. Reckoning! 1....2....3. Damian Priest climbs each turnbuckle in turn, working the crowd as he celebrates his victory

Match Rating 3*

Kurt Angle is backstage in his office. The debuting Lince Dorado walks in, and asks what he has to do to get a job. Kurt Angle says that he has to prove that he is good enough first. Angle books him against Teddy Hart, and tells him that if he can win, he can have a full-time job.

Segment Rating 4*

Lince Dorado vs Teddy Hart.

Match Background: Dorado is making his debut at this show.

The Match: STIFF high kick on Teddy Hart by Lince Dorado. Lince Dorado kicks the leg, knocks Teddy Hart down, and goes to work on it. Flying elbow from Lince Dorado connects. Teddy Hart takes a flying neckbreaker from Lince Dorado. Lince Dorado gets taken down out of nowhere! Flying elbow from Teddy Hart connects. SUPER frankensteiner on Dorado, who hit hard and is loopy as a result. There's a two count on the pin. Teddy Hart charges into the corner but EATS BOOT. Flying cross body off the top rope! There's a two count on the pin. Teddy Hart walks into a face crusher variation. Has anyone's face ever really been crushed by one though? Cover, ONE...TWO...NO! I honestly thought that match was going to end right then and there. Teddy Hart pushes out of a Lince Dorado hold. Teddy Hart hits a HARD spinning kick to the jaw. Dorado blocks a punch. THERE IT IS! A legdrop to the BACK OF THE HEAD! I swear, that makes any match just a little bit better. I don't mind telling you that every time I see it, that's for sure. Lince Dorado moves in for the kill. Cara Dorada! 1....2....3. Lince Dorado goes into the crowd, where he celebrates his victory

Match Rating 3*

Kenny Omega is in the ring, and he calls out Jon Moxley. Mox runs down and hits the ring, and they brawl all the way back into the aisle, and eventually out of sight backstage.

Segment Rating 4*

Jon Moxley vs Kenny Omega.

Match Background: None.

The Match: Mox slams Kenny Omega. Jon Moxley connects with rights and lefts and Kenny Omega is down! Mox slams Kenny Omega down and motions to the crowd. BIG clothesline on Omega. Mox charges into the corner but EATS BOOT. Flying elbow from Kenny Omega connects. Spinning bulldog in the corner and Mox is down! There's a two count on the pin. Mox pushes out of a Kenny Omega hold. Spinebuster by Jon Moxley. There's a two count on the pin. Death valley driver by Jon Moxley! No one executes that move properly anymore. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Omega counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. Spinning back kick from Kenny Omega. Mox counters a backdrop attempt with a kick to the face and hit a clothesline! Bodyslam by Mox. Kenny Omega hooks up a suplex, but it is blocked. Mox scores with a low blow, then turns it into a small package! The referee didn't see the illegal blow! 1...2...3! Kenny Omega got screwed out of the victory! Jon Moxley remains in the ring, celebrating the victory.

Match Rating 4*

The Good Brothers are backstage. They wanted to rip into The Lucha Bros.

Segment Rating 3*

The Good Brothers vs The Lucha Bros.

Match Background: None.

The Match: Fallaway slam by Karl Anderson puts down Fénix. Spear by Karl Anderson. Covers for a quick two count. Tag between Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows. The Good Brothers whip Fénix into the corner. Doc Gallows whips Karl Anderson in for a hard clothesline to follow-up. Doc Gallows with a spinning neckbreaker on Fénix. There's a two count on the pin. Fénix is a glutton for punishment and just continues to take it during this match. Doc Gallows misses a big legdrop after stalling too long. Tiger suplex on Gallows. No Misawa references from me, I swear. Oh, Bloody Hell! Tag to Pentagón Jr.. THERE IT IS! A legdrop to the BACK OF THE HEAD! I swear, that makes any match just a little bit better. I don't mind telling you that every time I see it, that's for sure. Pentagón crushes Gallows with a huge legdrop. Pentagón walks into a drop toe hold. Gallows tags out to Karl Anderson. Big piledriver on Pentagón. Spear! Pentagón is down! Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Karl Anderson ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Anderson walks into a drop toe hold. Pentagón crushes Anderson with a huge legdrop. Karl Anderson is all alone...Spike Fear Factor!! 1....2....3! The Lucha Bros go into the crowd, where they celebrate their win.

Match Rating 3.5*

Mr. Brodie Lee comes out, and announces that he has decided that it is time that he had a manager. Out from the back comes James Mitchell, apparently making his debut as the new manager of Mr. Brodie Lee.

Segment Rating 3*

Show Rating 3.5*
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Its been reported that Taya Valkyrie who was successful in a 3 way match on the Debut edition of Heatwave has suffered a hand injury in training. While the injury is not too serious to require surgury, it will keep her out of action for the remainder of the month!
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October 14th 2020
Next PPV Hallowed Point October 25th 2020

Demon Bunny vs The Beautiful People vs Eagles and Matthews.

Match Background: This will be a triangle bout.

The Match: Angelina hits a dropkick on Madison Eagles. Actually, it barely touched! Angelina takes down Madison Eagles and begins wailing away with some weak punches. Tag to Velvet Sky. Velvet Sky hits an arm drag on Eagles, follows it up with about 3 more and locks in an armbar for good measure. BRUTAL forearm by Velvet Sky, the operative word being brutal. Tag between Velvet Sky and Angelina Love. The Beautiful People whip Eagles into the ropes and hit a double backdrop. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! Tag between Madison Eagles and Nicole Matthews. Hard impact Russian Leg Sweep by Matthews. According to some other reviewers around here, 'legsweep' is one word. Hooks the leg for a two count. Angelina tags out to Rosemary. Uninspired brawling from Rosemary. Tag to Velvet Sky. Rosemary DDTs Velvet Sky, but it just looked terrible. Tag between Rosemary and Allie. Forward suplex from Allie, but not done very well. Hooks the leg! ONE...TWO...NO! Tag between Velvet Sky and Nicole Matthews. Nicole Matthews hits a stalling suplex on Allie. Covers for a quick two count. Allie tags out to Rosemary. Rosemary scores with a crappy looking standing spinebuster. Could have been done a hell of a lot better though. Nicole Matthews can barely stand. Here it comes - Skyward Suplex. 1....2...3, it's finished.

Match Rating 3*

Trish Stratus is backstage in her office. The debuting Bianca Belair walks in, and asks what she has to do to get a job. Trish Stratus says that she has to prove that she is good enough first. Trish books her against Kaitlyn, and tells her that if she can win, she can have a full-time job.

Segment Rating 4*

Nikki Cross vs Taeler Hendrix.

Match Background: Cross is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Taeler receives a spinning neckbreaker from Cross. Taeler Hendrix walks into a chop. That must have hurt. Taeler Hendrix walks into a chop to the pecs. Ouchy. Taeler tastes a high angle back suplex. If Spike Lee can sue TNN over the Spike TV nonsense, then Kurt Angle should be able to sue SOMEONE for that. Taeler Hendrix powers out of a Nikki Cross headlock. Taeler just FLATTENS Nikki Cross with a hard right hand! Badly executed second rope splash by Taeler. There's a two count on the pin. Taeler Hendrix misses a big legdrop after stalling too long. Cross suplexes Taeler Hendrix badly. There's a two count on the pin. Chin crusher by Nikki Cross, the execution wasn't great though. I'd like to see a good Chin Crusher, that just sounds devastating. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Taeler Hendrix comes up with a right hand out of nowhere. Chop from Taeler on Cross causing the knock down. Cross reverses a waistlock. Taeler just EATS a swinging neckbreaker slam from Cross. Nikki Cross moves in for the kill. Purge!!! That shook the ring. 1....2....3!!

Match Rating 3*

Susie is in the ring, about to give an interview. Out from the crowd comes the debuting Mercedes Martinez, who attacks. Mercedes Martinez moves in for the kill. Here it comes - Fisherman Buster. Susie has been laid out by Mercedes Martinez.

Segment Rating 3.5*

Mercedes Martinez vs Susie.

Match Background: Mercedes is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Mercedes Martinez gets up and gives a Belly to belly suplex to Mercedes. Trying to channel the spirit of Misawa, Mercedes Martinez ends up chanelling Lex Luger instead and nails a running forearm to the face, minus the steel plate, of course. Mercedes slams Susie down and motions to the crowd. BAAACK Body drop by Susie gets a bit of a pop from the crowd. Susie pushes out of a Mercedes Martinez hold. Susie hits a right hand on Mercedes Martinez. Big clothesline from Susie. Hooks the leg for a two count. Mercedes blocks a kick from Susie. Susie walks into a side slam. Think about how much talent it takes to side slam someone. Nash can do it. Hooks the leg for a two count. Death valley driver by Mercedes Martinez! No one executes that move properly anymore. Cover, ONE...TWO...NO! I honestly thought that match was going to end right then and there. Mercedes goes for a splash but Susie puts the knees up. Uninspired brawling from Susie. Susie misses a clothesline. Rude Awakening neckbreaker on Susie by Mercedes. Remember when that was a legit finish? Susie can barely stand. Here it comes - Fisherman Buster. 1....2...3, it's finished. Mercedes Martinez remains in the ring, celebrating the victory.

Match Rating 3*

Renee Michelle is in the ring, and makes an open challenge for anyone to come out and face her. Out from the back comes the debuting Kay Lee Ray. She hits the ring and attacks. Kay Lee Ray moves in for the kill. Gory Bomb!!! That shook the ring. Michelle got beaten down by the debuting Kay Lee Ray.

Segment Rating 3*

Kay Lee Ray vs Renee Michelle.

Match Background: Kay Lee is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Kay Lee just WAFFLES Michelle with a STIFF chop that hurt ME to watch! Kay Lee Ray strikes Renee Michelle. Uninspired brawling from Kay Lee Ray. There's a two count on the pin. Kay Lee hits a dropkick on Renee Michelle and gets right back up. There's a two count on the pin. Renee Michelle once again takes the advantage after blocking a few punches and connecting with some forearms. Kay Lee hits a punch, but takes one right back. Again! A slugfest erupts in the ring! Covers for a quick two count. Badly executed second rope splash by Michelle. Kay Lee ducks a wild right hand. Springboard dropkick from Kay Lee Ray. Nicely done. Renee Michelle can barely stand. Gory Bomb!!! That shook the ring. 1....2....3!! Kay Lee Ray gives a murderous look toward Renee Michelle...and attacks! Michelle gets dropped to the canvas, then battered with a barrage of rights and lefts. Kay Lee leaves the ring having left Michelle down and out.

Match Rating 2.5*

Kayden Carter is in the ring, about to give an interview. Out from the crowd comes the debuting Dakota Kai, who attacks. Kayden Carter can barely stand. Here it comes - GTK. Carter has been laid out by Dakota Kai.

Segment Rating 2.5*

Dakota Kai vs Kayden Carter.

Match Background: Kai is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Carter takes a chop from Kai. Kayden Carter powers out of a Dakota Kai headlock. Carter snapmares Dakota Kai and goes for the DREADED chinlock. Kai reverses an irish whip...and Kayden Carter runs into the referee! Flying knee to the face from Kayden Carter. For the record it was more of a Rusty Wizard than a Shining one. Cover, but there's no one to count for Kayden Carter! Kai backdrops Kayden Carter out of a piledriver attempt. That took a lot out of Dakota Kai. Running clothesline from Dakota Kai was actually MIGHTY sloppy. Dakota Kai hits a ****ty missile dropkick on Carter. Covers for a quick two count. Dakota Kai with an enziguri! HBK isn't moving...uh oh. Oh, sorry, I had a flashback to the last time I got fooled. Pin, but Carter is out just before the three count. Carter ducks a wild right hand. Kayden Carter uses a running dropkick into the corner. That was just...ugh. Cover, ONE...TWO...NO! I honestly thought that match was going to end right then and there. Dakota Kai elbows Kayden Carter in the face to break a hammerlock. Kayden Carter grabs Dakota Kai from behind and shoves her into the ropes, then scores with a roll-up...but Kai rolls through with the move! She used a pull of the tights to get Carter over! 1....2...3! The referee was out of position and didn't see it! Dakota Kai climbs each turnbuckle in turn, working the crowd as she celebrates her victory

Match Rating 2.5*

In the ring is Trish Stratus, who has a microphone. She announces the newest signing, Candice LeRae. She comes out from the back, and gets into the ring. Suddenly she attacks Trish and beats her down. Trish Stratus gets knocked to the ground by LeRae. Springboard Moonsault!!! LeRae plays to the crowd, leaving Trish Stratus down in the ring.

Segment Rating 3.5*

Kaitlyn vs Bianca Belair.

Match Background: Belair is making her debut at this show.

The Match: Big clothesline from Belair. Bianca Belair scores with a crappy looking standing spinebuster. Could have been done a hell of a lot better though. Sloppy discus punch from Bianca Belair barely connects on Kaitlyn. Pinfall attempt: ONE...TWO...NO! I would have bought that as the finish! Bianca Belair strikes Kaitlyn with a hard blow. There's a two count on the pin. Kaitlyn pushes out of a Bianca Belair hold. Belair takes a vertical suplex, but pops right back up. Kaitlyn DDTs Belair, but it just looked terrible. Bianca Belair fights out of a grapple. Bianca Belair hits a sloppy double axe handle off the top. Bianca Belair has Kaitlyn down on the canvas and is ascending the corner. Off the top - 450 Splash, forget about it. 1....2...3! Bianca Belair gives a murderous look toward Kaitlyn...and attacks! Kaitlyn gets dropped to the canvas, then battered with a barrage of rights and lefts. Belair leaves the ring having left Kaitlyn down and out.

Match Rating 3*

Show Rating 3*
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