Guest .SVA Posted November 19, 2006 Share Posted November 19, 2006 [CENTER][IMG]http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/6392/ollieiu3.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/6940/sotbpwlm3.jpg[/IMG] [FONT=Palatino Linotype][SIZE=5][B]The Lucha Libre Wars[/B][/SIZE][/FONT] [B]2005[/B][/CENTER] [INDENT][B]El Día Del Cambio.[/B] A day that would be remembered for as long as the Luca Libre style of professional wrestling would exist. The three major companies that personified Lucha Libre in Mexico, met to work out a new roster and a new life for all three. Due to a total swap in the government and a rehaul of all laws, all three promotions had been left without a roster in early July, 2005. This put a complete stop to the business for several months, until the prestigious day was announced. In September, the 15th to be exact, the enormous event took place and attracted a huge amount of Lucha Libre followers, as well as turning heads within no only Mexico, but the southern United States as well. It was reported that after this gathering had taken place, the attendances for all shows for the three promotions had raised with 25%. A feat that had not been accomplished in years. The three men that controlled the Lucha Libre empires shook hands and showed everyone that they had entered an agreement to let the tradition of the Luchadores to live on. As the show went to close, the three men again thanked goodbye and left each other. Only one man left with a vicious smile.[/INDENT] [CENTER][B]2006[/B][/CENTER] [INDENT][B]El Día Del Odio.[/B] Another day that would be remembered in every mind and thought of every being ever to be involved in any aspect of the Lucha Libre world. But not as a happy, good or gracious day for the business. Only months after the world stood in joy over El Día Del Cambio, the same world stood in awe over the clearance that the owner of OLLIE implied. Off course, this was private and a closed case, with ”the world” being both companies lawyers, employers and off course the owners. Joaquin Soler broke the sacred deal that had been agreed upon at El Día Del Cambio. First off, he bought Champagne Lover to a written contract for his own company. Then he declared personal and promotional war on SOTBPW. His comments on this had been spoken in a quiet tongue out to the attendance in the hall, where the Soler and SOTBPW owner, Jorge Ibanez had met. He proclaimed that SOTBPW were a disgrace to the Lucha Libre tradition and black spot upon the Mexican wrestling world. A large argument broke out, but to everybody's great irritation, this didn't seem to phase Soler at all. He just took his suitcase and ventured out the door, into his car and drove away. And so, a new era of Lucha Libre had started. An era of hatred.[/INDENT] [INDENT][quote][B]OOC[/B] - Just to let eveybody know, i'm sorry for creating so many "one-post" diaries as of late. But i'll try to stick with this one. And i'll be playing as OLLIE, just to clear up on any occasional confusion. I've added the poll just for the fun of it. To see who you would side with, had this been reality.[/quote][/INDENT] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.