bookerman Posted June 6, 2006 Share Posted June 6, 2006 Seeing the trend toward MMA fighting and legitimate athletic events, Phil Vibert announced today that DAVE will vacate all of its current titles and begin holding “unmanipulated” contests to determine the new title holders. Vibert also retired the DAVE Tag Team titles, stating that from now on, all matches will be 1-on-1 encounters. Going forward, wins and losses will determine who moves up the ladder and who is left behind. All matches will be made by the Tri-State Wrestling Club (TSWC), which will be the new governing body for DAVE. The board of the TSWC consists of Vibert, Professor Nero, and Larry Wood. Vibert announced that in addition to the DAVE Unified Title and DAVE Supernova Title (holders must be under 26 years old), a new title will be added called the DAVE Tri-State Title. This title will be a stepping stone for those wanting to get a chance to compete for the Unified Title. Also, a Jr. Heavyweight Title will be created for those wrestlers under 225 pounds. Vibert feels that this a chance to start a new trend in wrestling where in-ring ability determines who wins in the end. Vibert emphasized that DAVE will now be more family friendly and should appeal to a much larger audience going forward. Vibert felt the change was necessary as DAVE in on the verge of becoming a nationally known wrestling power. He feels this change will allow DAVE to differentiate itself from the cartoonish and sometimes outlandish Supreme Wrestling Federation and Total Championship Wrestling. Vibert understands that many longtime fans of DAVE may be disappointed by the changes, but he feels that once they view the new product, they will see that the changes are for the best. A few more stipulations: Title matches will only occur on PPV shows. Unified Title matches will be 2 out of 3 falls matches Vibert thanked everyone for their time and reminded them to tune in on Friday night to Danger Zone TV to see the New and Improved DAVE. OOC: This is something I've been thinking about doing for a while. It's a continuation of my previous DAVE diary, just jumping forward a few months. I'll let the Road Agents determine who wins and loses each match. I'll also keep rankings along with big wins and losses for each wrestler. DAVE is a few weeks from growing to National size, so I didn't want to lose that hard work. Comments and Suggestions are welcome. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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