vince123 Posted April 25, 2017 Share Posted April 25, 2017 Thanks to Photobucket and his stupid ideas no pictures till War to Settle the Score on page 4 http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w438/vincevalk/TEW/TCW_Kam3_zpses88urve.jpghttp://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w438/vincevalk/TEW/Alicia%20Strong_alt2_zpsskmnkido.jpg 31st December 2015. A few hours ago, TCW let the world know that Alicia Strong left USPW to become the CEO for TCW. The wrestling community was completely caught off guard by this surprising move. Later Alicia confirmed this on het twitter account that she indeed has left USPW for TCW. This reporter was lucky enough to catch Alicia on the airport on her way to California and ask Alicia some questions. Reporter: What made you decide to leave USPW, the company that your father raised to become one of the biggest wrestling companies is the United States and jump to one of their biggest competitors in TCW? Alicia: This was not an easy decision to make but TCW made me an offer that was too perfect to reject. I have been wrestling in father’s company for my whole live and when Reverie came and offered to take over the company. My father and me decided that is was to best course of action at the time. They had the money to make USPW the biggest company in the United States and it gave my father the retirement he deserved. They followed up on their aspirations but this is only for one portion of the company. The women’s division stagnated and when I had a meeting with Allen Packer he said that the women’s division had zero priority since they were the only company that showed women’s wrestling on TV. This made me so angry that I started looking at maybe leaving USPW and then 2 weeks later TCW made their move. Reporter: We heard indeed the rumors the last couple of months about the division but never thought they were a reality. what was the offer TCW made you that decided you to accept it? Alicia: Well, TCW also heard the rumors and came to me asking me my opinion of it. During the conversation, they told me that they agreed with me and that women’s wrestling deserved better. They were looking in to starting up their own division to maybe help them in the war with USPW an SWF. They offered me the position of CEO of the company. I would become the leader of TCW on screen and gave me the option in becoming part of the booking committee together with Kyle Rhodes, Robert Oxford and Joel Bryant. And finally, they gave me full control in starting up the women’s division. Reporter: That is indeed an offer that is too great to pass up. Last question, what did your father say about this? Alicia: When I told him about the offer TCW made he was thorn. He expected that I would be wrestling USPW for the rest of my life. But then he also wants me to think of my future and do what is the best for me so in the end he agreed with my decision to leave USPW and go to TCW. I had a clause in my contract that I could leave before the end of the year so I handed in my notice yesterday and from tomorrow I’ll be working for TCW. Reporter: I want to thank you for this interview and wish you the best at TCW and I’ll be watching to see how things will play out for you as the new CEO of TCW. Alicia is expected to make her debut this coming Tuesday on Total Wrestling. This reporter will be following along on this story and will report on any further developments on Alicia and TCW. OOC: This will be my second try at making a diary. The first WWE one is a fun game but I found out is too much time consuming for me to keep a diary for. When playing a sologame with TCW is was thinking about maybe adding a women's division since i like to have those around in the games i play. When further looking around some i saw in Alicia someone who has the perfect reason for wanting this and so here we are now. I will probably upload a show once a week but if I have the time and fun maybe more. Also english is not my main language so my apologies for any mistakes Goals: Start a women’s Division and crown the first ever champion at Total Mayhem Build up new stars while also respecting the old guard. Become the No. 1 company in the USA Long Term: Have a women’s match Main Event a PPV Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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