Code Blue 2010 Card Aug 29, 2010 18:22:29 GMT -7
Post by Matt Oliveira on Aug 29, 2010 18:22:29 GMT -7
GHW CODE BLUE 2010
August 29th, 2010
Live from The GHW Arena in Boston, Massachusetts
Brought to you in part by:
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Opening Match: Singles Match
Ziu vs. Tyson Smith
Two new faces to the land of GHW, both eager to display a quite possibly unstoppable force of power behind them. Tyson Smith, whom debuted last week, has been frustrated by being left in the dark by his scheduled opponent. Now, he gets his real debut. Ziu, newcomer with a contract that still has the ink wet, is a man born in warfare -fighting is only second nature.
"Death From Above" Ladder Match
-Winner receives a championship opportunity of their choosing within the next three months-
Mighty Man Millson II vs. Skull vs. Stan Dreamer vs. Young Gangsta vs. Matt Violence vs. AJ Scally vs. Ethan Hawke
They say that opportunity knocks, but only in GHW for a lucky few can it knock twice. Of course, in such a circumstance will the risks be higher. Much higher. 20-feet above the ring kind-of higher. Ladders aplenty kind of higher. No rules except for gravity kind-of higher. In this contest, these six GHW stars will fight it out to earn a bit of leisure, being a golden ticket to any title match they want, at any time, at any place, for the next three months. The match will not end until the literal golden ticket is retrieved from it's clamp above the ring, and some may not make it to that end out of attrition, but knowing the strength, skill, and aggression of these men...it will be a match to remember.
(Entrances if you want to, but try to get everything in as quick as possible. Eliminations will occur at my discretion, and no specific posting order. 48-Hour rule applies. Reservations no longer than 4 hours.)
For inspiration, here's the match in real life: www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuVxJeGqmJg
GHW Tag Team Championships
Tag Team Match
Chris Pyro & Alex Night (c) vs. Cut Squad (Kahlan Clarkson & Shawn Dreamer)
Chris Pyro has had the worst month of his life, but it could still reversed with a good pay-per-view Night. Pun intended, Alex Night has come to aid the Angelic Ninja after Pyro was advised that with or without a partner, his tag titles were on the line. If they are successful tonight, what could the newfound partnership mean for the remnants of Psychotic Circus? On the contrary to this is the one and only Cut Squad. After making his long-awaited return to GHW, Shawn Dreamer aligned himself with the ever spontaneous ammunition of Kahlan, who weren't the quietest team to come into the company...and demanded the tag title shot without haste. After a tag team triple threat victory, the contendership spot was as good as theirs, but it's up to them if they can take those titles home. With a successful defense or a rookie team victory, this match will decipher a domino effect of changes that will run its course in the tag division.
GHW Television Championship
Steel Cage Match (Escape)
Reeves (c) vs. Dustin Delta
Dustin Delta has had a fantastic first month in GHW, both within and without the rulebook. Whether in traditional competition, or the bloodthirsty confines of the H-Games, Delta has left audiences satisfied with his progress. Likewise, the ever vigilant Reeves has made two solid title defenses within the past thirty days- and inexplicably expects the same tonight. However, with Reeves' newfound partnership with Big Mighty Ltd. and the merging of two very present stables, an attempt for order has been made by placing these two men within a steel cage. Will this unforgiving mass of metal be the decider in Reeves' defeat? Or will it simply eat Delta alive? And most important, will outside parties attempt to make their voices heard?
Grudge Match: Singles
Ryan Hughes vs. Vladimir Strife
This is a 'Tale of Two Cities' if ever there was one. Ryan Hughes tried to boycott H-Games, calling it a 'breeding ground for lucky punks who can't catch a break'. Vlad, being the Hardcore King that he is, quickly objected. Strife suffered from an attack that needed medical attention, leading Vlad to suffer his first loss in GHW at the hands of Desperado. Can Hughes re-write the history pages tonight, and finally cement the 'changing of the guard' he promised months ago? Or can Strife recapture the success he had on the canvas with technical ability, and sheer brute force?
GHW New Age Championship
Three Way Dance
Dominik Santiago (c) vs. Magnus Gunner vs. Santo Mascaras
As decided several weeks ago, a contest between Santiago and Gunner would be demanded a second round on Code Blue. Yet, only a week ago did these two men have a stalemate in tag team action, with Santo and Pyro serving as their partners. To ensure that the New Age lives up to it's high-octane image of pure wrestling, and a nod to those involved, the addition of Santo Mascaras will definitively turn the tables and ensure a winner. The question is, could Santo even pull away from the field and win it all? Dominik has been a marked man ever since defeating Ryan Hughes in a No DQ match at Red, White and Bruised, but he is certainly showing that he has the ability to stay glued to the New Age Championship for a long time, despite a calculated attack from Magnus Gunner a few weeks ago. Can he overcome two great obstacles in Santo Masceras and "The Rock Messiah", and make his first title defence a successful one?
MAIN EVENT: 2010 H-GAMES CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND
GHW King of the Deathmatch Championship
"Anything That Remains" Deathmatch
Thomas Walker (c) vs. Darth That Guy vs. Desperado
After thirty endless days of spilled blood, broken glass, shattered dreams, and shortened careers, this year's H-Games (the longest, and biggest in GHW history) comes to an end tonight. Darth That Guy, a two-time former champion, has fought, bled, and beaten his way straight back into the title picture from his pay-per-view loss to Hayden Hardkore. Is it possible that the Kiwi was a fluke loss, and that a bad night spelled disaster for him? In another corner stands Desperado, an umpteen year veteran and constant in this circle. For FOUR consecutive years Desperado has been a finalist of the NeXuS match, had countless close calls, and several brushes with a destiny he's chased after for far too long. This could be his night, for once and for all, for him to finally reach the apex of that curve and reign as a GHW champion once again...or were those glory days a mere shadow in his rear-view mirror. Finally, the Walker brothers, known otherwise as Team Roadkill. This duo has double-handedly stolen the heart and soul of Hayden Hardkore and ended an uphill battle with a trecherous plummet into the abyss. Advancing and laying waste to Shawn Dreamer and Matt Violence in latter rounds, they've taken the KotDM picture by storm. The question is, could their time be up? Could this be the night where they receive their comeuppance? Only a matter of time and willpower will decide, and tonight it will come to pass.
(Essentially, an ultraviolent match with weaponry at your discretion, basically "anything left over from the tournament" applies, and a bit more. Two sides of ropes are replaced with nothing but barbed wire. Bring the weapons, or find those provided at ringside, leave nothing left. First to a fall.)
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"Big" Al Mulligan and Colin "The Fuzz" Jennings
Deadline: September 12th at 9:00 PM EST