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<p>I have decided to start a very quick and simple dynasty for fun and to make sure I keep doing storylines as opposed to just getting lazy. I'm currently 8 months into my game and enjoying some of the stuff I'm doing so I thought why not! </p><p> </p><p>

The idea is I will write it like a review on online wrestling sites (not sure if I am allowed to say names) so it won't go into a lot of detail in matches, so you won't get a move-by-move account of each match or anything like that. Because I am writing it like a review rather than a story or whatever so I am quite critical of bad matches, segments and booking too which I think is good. Not sure if that is normal or not.</p><p> </p><p>

I have written the first couple of months but will start with the first two TV shows and the first PPV I ran as that was very much "just get to the first PPV out the way then start properly"</p><p> </p><p>

I have tried to include things in the texts which show what's happening in the game, so new gimmicks are spoke about from a review point of view, mentioning people looking different, hinting how well new gimmicks got over etc. </p><p> </p><p>

For those unfamiliar here is the starting roster for SWF and some quick stats I had to work out these after 8 months playing in game which was annoying and doesn't include people I send to development who usually start on the main roster. I play with variances on too.</p><p> </p><p>

Hope some people read and enjoy <img alt=":)" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/smile.png.142cfa0a1cd2925c0463c1d00f499df2.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p><p> </p><p>

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The current tag teams and managers.</p><p> </p><p>

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<p><strong>Lavelle’s Supreme TV Review: Tue Week 1 Jan 2016</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

Oliver Knobb v Paul Huntington:</strong> Huntington dominates right from the start before picking up a quick win. As with everyone on the roster he needs wins especially if he is going to be taken seriously going against Joey Morgan again. <strong>Paul Huntington defeated Oliver Kobb [C]</strong></p><p> </p><p>

After the match Huntington challenges Joey Morgan for one more match, who comes out and accepts. Interestingly he talked more about stealing the show and getting noticed than the usual stuff about truth, honour and dignity which suited him MUCH more, so I guess he charaected is going in that direction now which can only be a good thing. <strong>B-</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>The Platinum Blondes v Jobbers McJobbersons:</strong> JOBBERS ARE BACK! Interesting, for years they’ve been seen as instant channel changers but with nobody seemingly able to be competently booked recently bringing back local guys to put the name talent over can only help. The match itself was total squash but the Blondes charisma helped keep it interesting. <strong>The Platinum Blondes defeated Jobbers McJobbersons (C-)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

After the match they go to an interview with Jack Bruce & Valiant hyping up the tag team match against Brandon James & The Crippler at When Hell Freezes Over. Decent stuff from both guys with the beautiful Hannah getting actual mic time, not just acting as arm candy. She needs work but that’s a positive sign. As for the interview, slid work from both guys talking about the feuds and past issues (Crippler’s Tombstone on the chair, James costing Valiant his title shot etc.) Solid effort. <strong>B+</strong></p><p><strong>

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<strong>Brett Biggins v Eris Eisen:</strong> Another quick match but one helped by having two wrestlers the fans care about. Bretts solo run hasn’t really caught fire yet so the right guy won, although it is interesting to see Eisen winning on the first show since his family sold the company. Fans will be worrying that another Eric Eisen main event push will be in the works, and probably scared of who will be next to walk out because of it! Decent match though, best on the show so far, with Eisen winning whilst holding onto the ropes. <strong>Eric Eisen defeated Brett Biggins (C+)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

The Amazing Bumfholes cut an in ring promo before their match, hyping the upcoming PPV match against The Awesomeness. Nothing spectacular here but it is nice to see lower card guys getting a chance to talk, and give the fans a reason to be invested in their matches. More of that please. General gist is the Bumfholes enjoy wrestling The Awesomeness, they bring out the best in them and at the PPV they will become six time champions. <strong>C</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>The Amazing Bumfholes v JOBBERSONS:</strong> Twice in one night? Am I seeing things? Interesting idea that can only make certain guys look stronger, I mean The Bumfholes look better for beating two local guys in 2 minutes than they do losing to the likes of Eric Eisen and Joe Sexy in 6, but is it something the fans will enjoy and keep their interest? We’ll see, but for an old timer like myself I like this return to form for wrestling. Anyway, Bumfholes win, jobbers lose and the world keeps on spinning. SQUASH but the Bumfholes are always fun. <strong>The Amazing Bumfholes defeated JOBBRSONS (C-)</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

</strong>After the match The Awesomeness come out to say that they, in fact, will remain champions. But they too have enjoyed the series of matches with The Bumfholes…which is nice. More mic time and more build in the tag division = happy Lavelle. <strong>C+</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

After that we have more fun with The Hero Squad doing a movie parody, with Captain Atomic doing a more silly role than their usual dead pan stuff. Lord kept his serious tone in this one though. Mikey Lau cameo in this one where they paid tribute to Scarface and introduced Mikey Lau as their “little friend”. It was there, but at the end it was implied they were done with these parodies so maybe this was a way for the new regime to end this gimmick and move onto something else. <strong>C</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Justin Sensitive v Robbie Retro:</strong> They did some dancing, they did some wrestling and Justin Sensitive did some jobbing. Justin has looked out of his depth since being called up, and that continues here. Much needed win for Robbie though. Robbie Retro defeated Justin Sensitive <strong>(C-)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Another interview after that match, another one hyping a tag team match as this show seems a little on auto pilot which is understandable. This time Brandon James & The Crippler got together to hype the tag match against Bruce & Valiant. Crippler & Angelle carried the work load but there was a subtle change when Krissy called James the “Big Beast” not “Big Money” as usual. A subtle change at this stage but a more aggressive James would be better than the cocky big money character he has going now that is, frankly, just not very good! Solid interview. <strong>B</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Bear Bekowski v Jobman:</strong> three times in one show…and the worst of the three. Bear got in, destroyed, got out. He hasn’t risen up the ranks at all since he debut and this looks like a renewed push for the big guy…let’s just hope it leads to something more interesting than this match and post-match beat down. <strong>Bear Bekowski defeated Jobman (D)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

After the match Bear beat the jobber down as the fans went to the toilet. <strong>D</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

HYPE INTERVIEW! Squeeky McClean will beat Gilmore tonight and enter himself into the world title race. Sure you will, buddy. <strong>C+</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>American Machine v Joe Sexy:</strong> Machine has floundered a bit since the Des Davids injury, and that didn’t change here. He put up a decent fight but this match showed why SWF has struggled in recent years, as two directionless not very talented guys wrestle a heatless match that did nothing to get the fans into it. Machine has never really improved beyond bodybuilder #726 and Joe Sexy is years past his prime, where he was a gimmick and charisma man anyway. Not a good match that felt longer than it was and served no purpose other than to give Sexy a win. <strong>Joe Sexy defeated American Machine ©</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Who would believe it, another interview? There is a twist though…it’s with a guy who was already interviews earlier in The Crippler! He talks about how he isn’t interested in sharing the spot light so requested more interview time to talk his own agenda on top of the time he was given to hype the match. He says he took Bruce out once, and while it is a tag match his only aim is to take Bruce out again. It’s been said many times before but this character continues to be the est thing on SWF TV and a fantastic shot in the arm to both The Crippler and Jack Bruce Crippler was brilliant as the bitter and dangerous veteran here and this did a better job of making me want to see the PPV match than either interview earlier.<strong> A</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Angry Gilmore v Squeeky McClean:</strong> The first match of the show that has any real heat and it comes in the main event. These guys were given 12 minutes to put on a slid but unspectacular wrestling match. There was nothing really “wrong” with it, but Squeeky is another guy past his prime, and since his title loss Gilmore has had al his momentum and fan support taken from him. Going even for 12 minutes with a guy like McClean won’t help that either. Solid match, below average heat. <strong>Angry Gilmore defeated squeaky McClean (B-)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Post-match Remo & Rogue attempt to take out Gilmore and attack him, before Skull DeBones makes the surprise save. I guess he is being added to the title hunt now (sorry Squeeky!) again, no real heat to the segment and a lacklustre way to end the show. <strong>B-</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>OFFICIAL RESULTS</strong></p><p><strong>

- Paul Huntington defeated Oliver Kobb [C]</strong></p><p><strong>

- The Platinum Blondes defeated Jobbers McJobbersons (C-)</strong></p><p><strong>

- Eric Eisen defeated Brett Biggins (C+)</strong></p><p><strong>

- The Amazing Bumfholes defeated JOBBRSON (C-)</strong></p><p><strong>

- Robbie Retro defeated Justin Sensitive (C-)</strong></p><p><strong>

- Bear Bekowski defeated Jobman (D)</strong></p><p><strong>

- Joe Sexy defeated American Machine ©</strong></p><p><strong>

- Angry Gilmore defeated Squeeky McClean (B-)</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

THE FINAL SCORE: B</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

Despite the lack of quality wrestling on show this was a decent outing for SWF, especially with a recent run of stinkers. People got wins which is needed is they are going to build momentum, but like everything in wrestling it’s about the follow up. Will they stick with local man matches to build the names up, or will they go back to 50/50 booking and top tier guys making anyone below them look incompetent? Some good subtle changes though, the women now talk, Brandon James might get a much needed aggressive streak, Captain Atomic was less serious and more a sci-fi geek which actually worked and made their, apparently last, movie parody their most entertaining. Solid show which is best you can ask for from a new regime coming in with storylines already in place. At least they didn’t just drop everything and the next few months should be very interesting!</strong></p>

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<p><strong>Lavelle’s Supreme TV Review: Tue Week 2 Jan 2016</strong></p><p><strong>

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<strong>Robbie Retro v Remo:</strong> For the second week in a row we start with a match, and to starting with the world champion no less! This was a good match with Remo carrying most of the work load but the two contrasting styles worked well, with Robbie trying to dance and Remo looking to kill! Credit to Robbie too though as he was able to get the fans invested in his comeback spots, but there were few of them and Remo won in solid fashion, as he should. <strong>Remo defeated Robbie Retro (B)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

After the match Angry Gilmore stormed out with Jessie to attack the champ and the two of them ended up brawling. <strong>B</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Jobber 2.0 v Everest:</strong> Poor local man, he came, he saw, he got killed. Complete dominating squash for Everest who is still, quite frankly, terrible. Not the worst match ever though! <strong>Everest defeated Jobber 2.0 (D+)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Before their match The Awesomeness again talk about the tag team match with Bumfholes, have beaten them before, will raise their game and beat them again. <strong>C</strong></p><p><strong>


<strong>The Young Guns v The Awesomeness for the World Tag Team Titles:</strong> Hey, look who it is! For those who don’t remember The Guns were four time cruiserweight tag champs in TCW in the early 2000’s. I am hearing this was just a one night return but this is the kind of thing companies should do more. That said the match never truly got going, with The Young Guns not being so young anymore but it was a decent match and a needed with against a semi-name opponent for the Awesomeness. <strong>The Awesomeness defeated The Young Guns © title defence number 1 for The Awesomeness.</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Once again after the match the opponents come out and also hype the match, this time it’s the Bumfholes turn to pay respect to The Awesomeness and their matches. Good mic time, maybe need a bit less of a repetitive formula though. <strong>C+</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Huntington taunts Joey Morgan, calling him below him and that he will once again restore class to the North America champsionship. <strong>C</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

Hero Squad v Big Guy & Army Guy: </strong>One of these guys was HUGE and I am told is a Finnish wrestler by the name of “Annihlius” whereas the other guy played a soldier gimmick and I am told is actually a former army ranger and was offered a development contract after the show. However, neither of these things helped them as they were quickly finished off by Jungle Lord. Captain Atomic was again playing up the comedy so that seems to be the direction he is going in. <strong>Hero Squad defeated Big Guy & Army Guy (C-)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Gilmore talks about coming for the title and having it return round his waist, something Jessie says suited him, but Skull DeBones is here and says first they fight together to take on Rogue & Remo before both going for the world title, so looks like When Hell Freezes Over is going to be headlined by two tag team matches, added on top of the tag title match so we certain have a lot of tag action! Good promo by both guys with Jessie doing ok. <strong>B+</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

Oliver Kobb v Squeeky McClean: </strong>Squeeky played this one ultra camp which was a sudden change in character, but seemed to work as it go a few laughs and a bit of heat from the crowd, especially when Kobb was yelling out baseball references and Squeeky would reply “I DON’T KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS!” the match itself was largely forgettable though and the two seemed to have pretty poo chemistry. McClean picking up the win. <strong>Squeeky McClean defeated Oliver Kobb (C-)</strong></p><p><strong>

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Valiant and Bruce talk about the tag match they have coming up against Brandon James & The Crippler. Hannah again got time to talk too. Both are looking for revenge. <strong>B+</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

Brett Biggins v Eric Eisen: </strong>The commentators explained that Brett asks for a rematch after finding out Eisen cheated the week before. This was another good match with some decent counters, playing off the fact they met the week before. This was one of Bretts better solo outings and one of Eisens better recent matches, where he has looked quite lazy. Maybe having his Daddy not own the company will make him have to actual work hard and improve to keep his place on the card. After a good 8 minutes Eisen won the match clean to probably but this series of matches to bed. <strong>Eric Eisen defeated Brett Biggins (B-)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

We cut to a hype interview, to the shock of no one, as this time Joey Morgan gets to talk. He is again taking more about stealing the show and the spotlight and he is great doing it. This is more the Joey Morgan we expected to see after his high profile signing. <strong>B</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

Marshall Dillon & Steven Parker v Justin Sensitive & Monty Trescarde: </strong>This was a tag team match where both sides had partners that didn’t suit them and that could have been interesting…but it wasn’t. No one has any momentum at the moment, Dillon is stuck in a poor Cowboy gimmick and Parker an even worse franchise player one, you don’t have your young up and coming bbyface acting like he should be the face of the company, it makes no sense. As for Justin and Monty they continue to unimpressive both in the ring and as characters. This one was put out of it’s misery after about 8 minutes and hopefully won’t completely kill the crowd for the main event. Parker defeated Justin so at least the right guy won. <strong>Marshall Dillon & Steven Parker defeated Justin Sensitive & Monty Trescarde </strong><strong>(C-)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Interview with Crippler & Brandon James where they again talk about ways they are going to hurt Bruce & Valiant. Krissy was really good here, as was the Crippler and I am really liking that Krissy is hyping James’s mean streak, saying she is going to unleash the Beast on Valiant. I’d rather hear about James hurting people than making money any day. Good stuff. <strong>B+</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

Mikey Lau v Rogue: </strong>Main event time and a chance for Mikey to show what he can do, pitting the young martial artist against the old veteran who knows how to win. The two of them worked well together and told a great story in an exciting, open match. Mikey could have a good future in this company as he has a great look, he just needs the right hook and to improve his charisma. If he can do that then the skies the limit for him. This was a good main event with Rogue picking up the win after a thumb to the eye after about 15 minutes, putting down the plucky youngster. Good to see a long, open match between the two rather than a main eventer just dominating the midcard. <strong>Rogue defeated Mikey Lau (B)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

After the match Gilmore also attacked Rogue, before Remo coming out to give the bad guys the advantage, before DeBones came out to even up the sides. The four of them continued to brawl around ring side as the show went off the air. Decent final segment as we head into the PPV. <strong>B+</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

OFFICIAL RESULTS</strong></p><p><strong>

- Remo defeated Robbie Retro </strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Everest defeated Jobber 2.0 (D+)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- The Awesomeness defeated The Young Guns ©</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Hero Squad defeated Big Guy & Army Guy (C-)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Squeeky McClean defeated Oliver Kobb (C-)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Eric Eisen defeated Brett Biggins (B-)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Marshall Dillon & Steven Parker defeated Justin Sensitive & Monty Trescarde (C-)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Rogue defeated Mikey Lau (B-)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong> </strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong> </strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

THE FINAL SCORE: B</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

A couple of better matches this time with a strong opener and main event, and a surprising Brett v Eisen rematch. Again people got much needed wins and in McCleans case a needed gimmick change. Not sure how much longevity there is in just playing up someone’s campness but at least he’s not doing a terrible straight edge gimmick now, he was no Tommy Cornell! Another show with nothing particularly ground breaking but nothing too offensive either. Auto pilot is still on for now but you can see some minor changes already starting to appear.</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong> </strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong> </strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

Updated card for When Hell Freezes Over:</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- The Amazing Bumfholes v The Awesomeness</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Joey Morgan v Paul Huntington</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Jack Bruce & Valiant v The Crippler & Brandon James</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Angry Gilmore & Skull DeBones v Remo & Rogue</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>


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<p><strong>Lavelle’s When Hell Freezes Over Review: Thu Week 2 Jan 2016</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

The show starts with a good video package highlighting the Jack Bruce v The Crippler and the Valiant v Brandon James feuds. <strong>B+</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Joey Morgan v Paul Huntington for the North America title:</strong> I thought they would go with the tag title match to start the show but this is the only other sensible option I guess. Match starts off at a quick pace with some good brawling and an invested crowd. We also got to see some good chain wrestling which is always nice to see. This was a good open match but Joey Morgan always seemed one step ahead and he did feel more like the star, eventually finishing Huntington off at around the 12 minute mark. Good opening match and a good showing for both guys. The clean victory should mean this feud is now over. <strong>Joey Morgan defeated Paul Huntington (B) title defence number 1 for Joey Morgan.</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

The Awesomeness hype up the tag team title match <strong>©</strong></p><p> </p><p>

And the Bumfholes do the same. I still appreciate how they are giving these two teams time to build the match up and hype it themselves, it will only help them long term. <strong>©</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Mikey Lau v Monty Trescarde:</strong> nothing says PPV like Monty Trescarde! This was basically a match that was just there to give Mikey a win and showcase his skills, which is fair enough but when you have paid for the event you need something a bit more than that. Was ok for what it was. <strong>Mikey Lau defeated Monty Trescarde©</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

They then showed a video to showcase the tag team main event. The production values seem to have gone up recently which is good. <strong>B+</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>The Amazing Bumfholes v The Awesomeness:</strong> After all the talk let’s see if they can deliver. Both teams started with a lot of fire and a very quick pace, at one point both Bumfholes flying over the top rope onto both Huey & Jefferson. They kept the quick pace up the whole match, showing everyone why they are two of the best young tag teams in wrestling today, especially the Bumfholes who surely it is only a matter of time before they break out and become stars? Lots of back and forth in the final stretch, some great counters and broken up near fals but eventually it is the Bumfholes who get the victory, Randy pinning Huey at around the 13 minute mark. A really good showing for both teams, an exciting match and the Bumfholes get their titles back for the 6th time. Great match and if this new regime keeps giving the teams more time to get their characters over and show their charisma, which will allow greater crowd investment, who knows what they’ll be capable of in the future. <strong>The Amazing Bumfholes defeated The Awesomeness (B)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

After the match The Awesomness shake both Bumfholes hands and thank them. Not sneak attack either, is this an Awesomeness face turn? Looks like they will go again which can only be a good thing. <strong>C-</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Passionate promo by Gilmore, with Jessie, and Skull DeBones talking about what the tag match and the title mean to them. You wouldn’t think it on paper but these two work well together. <strong>A</strong></p><p><strong>

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<strong>Oliver Kobb v Eric Eisen:</strong> Another match I doubt many people would have paid money to see, but actually this was surprisingly good. It was there to give Eisen a win but he is really going for it at the moment, showing motivation I don’t remember ever seeing from him. He picked up the win but more importantly showed that he is willing to work hard once again. <strong>Eric Eisen defeated Oliver Kobb (B-)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Another Crippler & James interview. Nothing new here, but still good none the less. <strong>B+</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Steven Parker v Justin Sensitive:</strong> Commentary tells us Justin wanted the singles match to avenge the loss in the tag match on Supreme TV. He did not do that. <strong>Steven Parker defeated Justin Sensitive ©</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

After the match the Pain Alliance came out, complaining they have been underused, and issued an open challenge. In a genuine surprise it was The Nation Of Filth who responded and I guess that match is now. <strong>C+</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>The Nation Of Filth v The Pain Alliance:</strong> For those who are unaware the Nation Of Filth were big players in TCW in their early days, being there for around 8 years and winning two tag team titles. They are untalented big men who used to be hardcore heels. Here though they were faces, but if anything even more untalented, I guess there is a reason they have not been seen in almost 10 years! That said they both played their characters very well, although it didn’t stop the crowd from being all over them, chanting for them to not come back, however this was still a passable match that allowed the Pain Alliance to pick up a win. Better than it should have been. <strong>The Pain Alliance defeated The Nation Of Filth ©</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Brett Biggins v Joe Sexy: </strong>the classics just keep on coming! Decent match with Biggins playing the little guy to Sexy’s big man role, fighting back when he could but getting over powered. Did it job and was not the worst thing on this PPV. Sexy won in relatively easy fashion. <strong>Joe Sexy defeated Brett Biggins (C+)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

Valiant, Hannah and The Rock Star Jack Bruce have some final words for Crippler and James before heading out to the ring. B+</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Jack Bruce & Valiant v Brandon James & The Crippler:</strong> Really good semi main event, with Bruce, James & The Crippler showing excellent fire, and Valiant doing a decent job of being the partner in jeopardy. It probably could have done with some better selling, and while The Crippler showed some decent psychology for such a big match it was still lacking a bit. That said this was still the best match of this new era in SWF so far and managed to tell a good story of two feuds coming together in one match, with The Crippler refusing to fight Bruce until James had already beaten him down. Bruce would eventually pick up the win for his team, but against James, so not getting the revenge he really wanted. Very good, could have been great with more time. <strong>Jack Bruce & Valiant defeated Brandon James & The Crippler (B+)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Excellent promo after that by Remo & Rogue, with Remo promising to take them both out but then a great tease of “will they get along” when Rogue says that works for him as that’ll leave only him to go after Remo’s title. <strong>A</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Angry Gilmore & Skull DeBones v Remo & Rogue:</strong> Some great contrasting styles in this one, with Gilmore trying to out wrestle Rogue, who would cheat to gain advantage, them Remo over powering Glmore, before DeBones coming in and Remo then trying to out move him with his athleticism. The match did a great job of showing off everyone’s strength, and while Gilmore handled the bulk of the work Remo & Rogue held their own and debones showed, even a good 10 years past his prime and with knees stuck together with sticky tape, he still has something to offer. While it was a very good match it never truly became great but did a decent job in advances the feud and with the ending coming with Remo and Rogue distracted by arguing amongst themselves it advanced things nicely. DeBones would pick up the win over Rogue and fully insert himself into the title picture. <strong>Angry Gilmore & Skull DeBones defeated Remo & Rogue (B+)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

After the match Remo and Rogue continue to argue before breaking out into a brawl, a brawl which DeBones & Gilmore would join in. Eventually Remo would shove Gilmore into DeBones and the show would go off the air with those two fighting as well. Bit of a cliché ending. <strong>B</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>OFFICIAL RESULTS</strong></p><p><strong>

- Joey Morgan defeated Paul Huntington </strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Mikey Lau defeated Monty Trescarde ©</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- The Amazing Bumfholes defeated The Awesomeness for the World tag Team titles(B)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Eric Eisen v Oliver Kobb (B-)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Steven Parker defeated Justin Sensitive ©</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- The Pain Alliance defeated The Nation Of Filth ©</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Joe Sexy defeated Brett Biggins (C+)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Jack Bruce & Valiant defeated The Crippler & Brandon James (B+)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

- Angry Gilmore & Skull DeBones defeated Remo & Rogue (B+)</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong> </strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong> </strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

THE FINAL SCORE: B+</strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong> </strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>

Two very good matches in the main events that advanced storylines and sent fans home happy. Neither of them are great matches that’ll be talked about in years to come but they are positive signs for the company. Both title matches were good too, but trying to get some of the lower guys over has to be a priority for the new SWF owners. That has started to be addressed though with character changes and potentially showing guys picking up consecutive wins. Remember that brief storyline where Justin Sensitive pinned both Bumfholes before they both got their wins back? No? Good for you, and hopefully things like that will stop happening. It may not be the most exciting but having guys like Eisen & Sexy winning regularly will make the defeats mean more, assuming they come. Good show with some positive notes and it’ll be interesting to see what happens in the next month now that, hopefully, auto pilot will be turned off. </strong></strong></p><p><strong><strong>


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