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  1. Friday Night SmackDown! WWE Championship Holder: Brock Lesnar (3rd Time) Days Held: 99 Won At: SmackDown (Week 3, September 2003) Defeated: Kurt Angle (Iron Man Match) Previous Champions: United States Championship Holder: The Big Show (1st Time) Days Held: 71 Won At: No Mercy 2003 Defeated: Eddie Guerrero Previous Champions: WWE Tag Team Championships Holders: Danny and Doug Basham (1st Time) Days Held: 64 Won At: SmackDown (Week 4, October 2003) Defeated: Los Guerreros Previous Champions: WWE Cruiserweight Championship Holder: Rey Mysterio (2nd Time) Days Held: 3 Won At: SmackDown: (Week 4, December 2003) Defeated: Tajiri Previous Champions:
  2. Monday Night RAW World Heavyweight Championship Holder: Triple H (3rd Time) Days Held: 22 Won At: Armageddon 2003 Defeated: Goldberg and Shawn Michaels Previous Champions: Intercontinental Championship Holder: Randy Orton (1st Time) Days Held: 22 Won At: Armageddon 2003 Defeated: Rob Van Dam Previous Champions: World Tag Team Championships Holders: Batista and Ric Flair (1st Time) Days Held: 22 Won At: Armageddon 2003 Defeated: The Dudley Boyz (Tag Team Turmoil Match) Previous Champions: Women's Championship Holder: Molly Holly (2nd Time) Days Held: 140 Won At: Raw (Week 4, July 2003) Defeated: Gail Kim
  3. December 31, 2003 Coming into the new year, Evolution was on top of the world. After gaining hold of all four men's titles on RAW at Armageddon, they looked unstoppable heading into the new year. Triple H was in a continuous grudge rivalry with Shawn Michaels. Randy Orton was proving his “Legend Killer” moniker against Co-General Manager Mick Foley. Ric Flair and Batista had former champions The Dudley Boyz hot on their heels. Elsewhere on the card, Chris Jericho and Christian were deep into their friendly rivalry over fellow Canadian Trish Stratus. Molly Holly was on top of a relatively weak women's division, and Kane was seeking some sort of response from The Undertaker, who hadn’t been seen since he was buried alive at the hands of Vincent Kennedy McMahon himself. While RAW was running strong with Evolution, Smackdown had been continuing to make itself known as the workhorse of the WWE. Smackdown featured some incredible in-ring action every week, with players like Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit tearing it up every week on the blue brand. Reigning WWE Champion Brock Lesnar faced new competition in the form of Hardcore Holly, who had returned at Survivor Series after over a year away after a broken neck from a botched powerbomb at the hands of Lesnar himself. The Guerrero family was in turmoil as Chavo and his uncle Eddie were imploding as a team. As well, Smackdown featured young, hungry up and comers who were destined to become big stars, including John Cena, Rey Mysterio, and Shelton Benjamin. Outside of WWE, the independent and international scenes were strong, as Total Nonstop Action and Ring Of Honor continued to get bigger. Overseas, New Japan Pro-Wrestling was huge, mixing veterans like Tatsumi Fujinami and Masahiro Chono with young stars like Shinsuke Nakamura, with All Japan Pro Wrestling in a strong state as well. With both brands in strong positions headed into the new year and a thriving indy scene with worthy talent all over the place, 2004 was looking like a potentially groundbreaking year for WWE. However, if there’s one company that can take positives and turn them into overwhelming negatives, it is WWE. In the midst of it all, two words stood out among anything else. Ruthless Aggression.
  4. Shawn Michaels AJ Styles Undertaker Mick Foley Hiroshi Tanahashi
  5. Ladies and Gentlemen, now that I have a working laptop... It's the return of Branana's sporcle Cverse quizzes! For all you CZCW marks out there. https://www.sporcle.com/games/branana006/czcw-championship-title-history-tew-2016-cverse
  6. <blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-username="Turkeyninja" data-cite="Turkeyninja" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47190" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>Okay, stupid question, but...are these just in your guys' diaries or is there an option I don't know about that plays mp3 files whenever a wrestler has a match in game?</div></blockquote><p> </p><p> I plan to have a dynasty with them in it but I also just use them for personal fun.</p><p> </p><p> There is no way to play mp3 files in the game (Minus the song when the game opens).</p>
  7. I have entrance themes for loads of Cverse characters. Mainly from SWF as that`s more my style of music and wrestling to book but I have lots of other ones. Just a couple of my favourites Angry Gilmore (I got him in a massive heel run in 2019 right now) Jack Bruce
  8. SWF Supreme TV Part 3 Tues, Wk 1, Jan 2018 (After his match Angry Gilmore cuts a slightly rage induced promo) Gilmore: All of you people have been undervaluing me for too damn long! I've been in this company for 16 F***ING YEARS! 16 years and not once have I gotten a world title rematch since my loss in 2015. Hell, I haven't gotten any title matches in 2017! AND THIS ENDS NOW! 2018 will be the year of Angry Gilmore, and no matter how much you might resent it, there's not a damn thing you can do about it because even if each and every one of you had the chance to face me at the same time I would be superior, because I am wrestling's prodigal son! And now matter how hard you fight, you will fall, because you don't have half the passion that I do, because I`m Angry Gilmore, and I AM THE GREATEST GIFT TO WRESTLING!!!! (Gilmore takes a second to glare into the hard cam before sauntering away)
  9. SWF Supreme TV Part 2 Tues Wk 1, Jan 2018 Match #1 - Angry Gilmore vs Enygma With late 2016 seeing Angry Gilmore get a new shift in attitude following a devastating arm injury that left him out for five months, we saw Angry Gilmore in an insane state of rage, seemingly angry at the world for holding him back so long. With this new rage came a new in ring style, much of which we see here with his no holds barred style, seemingly willing he'd rather gas himself while going full force inflicting damage than actually winning. We see this with Gilmore, beating down the older Enygma with blows, blacking him into the corner and nailing vicious forearms right into Enygma's chin. Angry Gilmore truly lives up to the "Angry" moniker, locking in painful looking holds, a wristlock into a hammerlock, which transitions into a side headlock takedown, Enygma tries to fight out but Gilmore is too fuelled on anger to let go that easily. Gilmore sees that Enygma is worn down enough to take control, and from there he just snaps. Suplex followed by suplex, clothesline by clothesline, this becomes a thoroughly one sided bout for the most part. Enygma sprouts his comeback after Gilmore misses the sky high elbow drop (Angry Gilmore's trademark top rope elbow), Enygma fires back with a stiff enziguri, rocking Gilmore back to the ropes, but Enygma misses a dropkick and Gilmore gets back on the attack. Gilmore easily takes control again and after a crossbody from the top and a hurricanrana Gilmore hits his dreaded finisher, the Anger Management (Jumping Piledriver) for the win. Winner: Angry Gilmore (Anger Management) Rating: C+ (66)
  10. Some may call me crazy, some call me convoluted, hell some may call straight retarded. Every day during high school, I was eviscerated, I was rundown, and every day I had to go through everyone trying to kick me to the ground, just because I had different ambitions. "You make our school look bad", Jack "You'd be lucky if you got a guy, Jack" "I'd pay my entire yearly salary just to rid you from existence, Jack" By the end of grade 12 I'd had enough. Just because I didn't want to go to college or get a "real job", because I knew what I wanted. I wanted to run my own wrestling promotion. I don't care if I had to rely on 20 year old rookies or 50 year old washed up has been part timers, I just wanted to know what it felt like. I had put my entire life's savings, my day job, my college fund, into this. $50,000. I had put everything I've ever worked for in my life into this. Nothing but a little indy company in the middle of Saskatchewan. All my life I've searched for something, and I won't walk away with nothing now. My name is Jack Avatar, and this is my story. (OOC: The Christian Faith diary fell apart, and I just wasn't feeling my other dyansties I created. So this is my new long-term plan. Please your feedback at any time and thank you for reading.)
  11. <p>SWF Supreme TV Part 1</p><p> Tuesday Week 1, January 2018</p><p> Live From Las Vegas, Nevada</p><p> </p><p> (Spencer Spade walks out, dressed in a suit, with the SWF World Heavyweight title around his waist, his theme song is Evolve by Shinedown)</p><p> </p><p> SS: And once again, I come out to the ring to an outstanding chorus of boos, and I see no reason why you should be booing me, when I defeated Valiant last week in his rematch to prove that my victory at Christmas Chaos was no fluke, and that I deserve to be a world champion. You guys cheered me when I was down in Rhode Island, a big fish in a small pond, and now that I'm here as the star I was always meant to be you ingrateful twats refuse to accept it! Well, truth be told, I did learn one good thing down in Rhode Island, and that was that I don't need any of the fans behind me to achieve what I've always wanted. So just like I was once a star in the making before I showed up on SWF, in the main event tonight, I'm offering an open challenge to anyone in SWF, anyone in Rhode Island, even Sam f***ing Strong himself! Because as you all should know by now, I am the Supreme Star, and whether you like it or not, I am here to stay!</p><p> </p><p> (Spencer Spade walks off as we kick things off with our first match, as the Hands Of Death, Rogue and Babylon (Babylon being the former Marc Dubois) go up against their Christmas Chaos opponents, Next Gen.)</p><p> </p><p> Match #1- Next Gen vs Hands Of Death</p><p> </p><p> There is absouletely no doubting the strength and physical specmien by Next Gen, but at the end of the day, they are ultimately outmatched by Rogue and Babylon. Matty and Ranger make some quick tags and wear down HOD with big, clubbing blows, but HOD use their cheaty ways to their advantage as they are able to maintain the upper hand for the majority of the match. As soon as Matty Faith got momentum going, stalling before going for a powerslam was all Rogue needed before going to work on the pair. After a few minutes of slow breakdown Rogue ends Ranger with the Crashing On (Kneeling Jawbreaker).</p><p> </p><p> (Next we see Angry Gilmore making his way to the ring for a match, with Painkiller by Judas Priest as an entrance theme)</p><p> </p><p> To be continued...</p>
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