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Be the Booker Global Pro Wrestling

Discussion in 'PWF Interactive' started by ShaolinKing, Aug 10, 2018.

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    Today marks the beginning of a new era in professional wrestling. An era in which the sport will reach out to new heights and beyond towards the future. Athletes from all over the world showcasing their skills, testing their various styles and approaches against each other. I present to you Global Pro Wrestling. blue-297385_960_720.png
     
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    Here is a full look at the roster for GPW:

    Global Pro Wrestling

    Heavyweights

    Main Eventers
    King Shaka (Face)
    Logan Lemmett (Heel)
    Antonio Garcia (Face)
    Ganryu Honda (Heel)
    LeJuan Jones (Heel)
    Ezekiel (Face)
    Kaine Harris (Face)
    “Florida Man” Gary Strange (Heel)

    Upper Midcarders
    Johnny Bryan (Face)
    Marcelo Ronaldo (Heel)
    Judge Hatred (Heel)
    Drill Sergeant Alvarez (Face)
    Roy Newton (Heel)
    Ronnie Daze (Face)
    Jeremiah (Face)
    Mr. Business (Heel)
    General Wade (Heel)
    Kenny (Face)
    Mangod (Face)

    Midcarders
    Drill Sergeant Wilson (Face)
    Big Fame (Face)
    Zechariah Newton (Heel)
    Kirk (Face)
    Satnam Bhullar (Heel)
    Singh Brahma (Heel)
    “The Perfect Body” Adonis Grenier (Heel)
    Akima Toa (Face)
    Rafael Tizón (Face)
    Dogg 40 (Heel)
    Guerrilla God (Heel)
    Jeremy (Face)
    Jamal Stokes (Heel)

    Lower Midcarders
    Emilio Chavez (Face)
    Kazuhiro Arai (Face)
    Chris Madness (Heel)
    Hans Richter (Heel)
    Jason Reynolds (Face)
    Johan Dillard (Heel)
    Dr. Loc (Heel)
    Siamese Nightmare (Heel)
    Silver Eyes (Heel)

    Women’s Division
    “The Iron Maiden” Amy Samuels (Heel)
    “Brazilian Angel” Cristina Angeles (Face)
    Lady Sheba (Face)
    Ava Lopez (Heel)
    Kimiko Harashima (Face)
    “The Amazon” Diana Artemis (Face)
    “Maori Princess” Maia Kotiro (Face)
    Priscilla Pierce (Heel)
    Britney Moore (Heel)
    Lizzie Lethal (Heel)
    Lady Lotus (Face)
    Shadow Yuriko (Heel)
    Iman Banks (Heel)
    Kathy Reyes (Face)
    “The Dominican She-Devil” Ivy Fernandez (Heel)
    Dakota Braveheart (Face)
    “Bollywood Queen” Priya Khan (Face)
    “Brazilian Venom” Ana Coracao (Heel)
    “Otaku Chick 86” Michelle Lennox (Face)
    Darya Ivankova (Heel)

    Cruiserweight Division
    “The Hi-Fli Kid” Jerome Evans (Face)
    El Colibri (Face)
    Masoto Ishii (Heel)
    Parker Wade (Face)
    Travis Wilde (Heel)
    Keith Yang (Face)
    Wild Dragon (Face)
    “The Golden Boy” Stephen McIntosh (Heel)
    Remy LaCroix (Heel)
    Justin Carter (Heel)
    Ryan Street (Heel)
    “The Korean Idol” Hwan Junghae (Face)
    Rock Starr (Face)
    Tariq Rahal (Heel)
    Ricky Vice (Face)
    Prince Kamehameha (Face)

    Tag Teams
    The Floribama Boyz (Jeremiah and Kirk) (Face)
    The Newton Boys (Roy and Zechariah Newton) (Heel)
    Brick Squad (Ronnie Daze and Big Fame) (Face)
    Perfect Business (Grenier and Mr. Business) (Heel)
    Sons of Kali (Bhullar and Singh) (Heel)
    The Drill Sergeants (Alvarez and Wilson) (Face)
    Westside Ryders (Dr. Loc and Dogg 40) (Heel)
    Toa and Arai (Akima Toa and Kazuhiro Arai) (Face)
    The Bad Boys On The Block (Carter and Street) (Heel)
    Flying Idols (Evans and Junghae) (Face)
    Militant Malice (General Wade and Guerrilla God) (Heel)
    The Best Buds (Kenny and Jeremy) (Face)
    The Bushmasters (Stokes and Dillard) (Heel)
    StarrVice (Ricky Vice and Rock Starr) (Face)

    Factions
    The Asylum (Gary Strange, Chris Madness, Judge Hatred, Dr. Loc, and Dogg 40)
    Platinum Records (Justin Carter, Ryan Street, Britney Moore, Hans Richter, and Big Daddy Roberson)
    Street Soldiers (Kaine Harris, Ronnie Daze, Big Fame, Akima Toa, Kazuhiro Arai)
    King’s Court (King Shaka, Jerome Evans, Hwan Junghae, Drill Sergeant Wilson, Drill Sergeant Alvarez)

    Managers and Other Talent
    Monroe Storm (Heel)
    Dr. Steve (Heel)
    Kortni (Face)
    Adam Richards (Face)
    Professor Thompson (Heel)
    Brother Julius (Heel)
    Christie (Face)
    Jessica (Face)
    Mr. Reed (Face)
    Mr. Gould (Heel)
    Ms. Gordon (Face)
    Big Daddy Roberson (Heel)

    Announcers
    Lucas Jones (Face)
    Paul Goodlove (Heel)
    Richard Washington (Face)
    Janet Caruso (Face)
    Alexander Kosar (Face)
    Randall Dixon (Heel)
    Sarah Young (Face)
    Anna Jackson (Face)


    Openers/Enhancement & Developing Talent
    Lee Terrific (Face)
    Rashid Rahal (Face)
    Eduardo Andrade (Face)
    Golden Panther (Face)
    Monster Lotomau (Heel)
    Vince Glover (Face)
    “Poisonous” Patrick Zhou (Heel)
    Chris Benjamin (Heel)
    Eiji Sanada (Heel)
    Azeroth (Heel)
    “Jumpin’” Jerry Green (Face)
    Hijo De Azul Estrella (Face)
    Dustin Jackson (Face)
    Ingar Snow (Heel)
    Wentworth Studebaker (Heel)
    Cristobal Lobo (Heel)
    William Skyhawk (Face)
    Dwayne Young (Face)
    Henry Maxwell (Face)
    El Nahual (Heel)
    Yokai Kawasaki (Heel)
    Axel Blade (Face)

    Veronica Vicious (Heel)
    Lina Zakir (Face)
    Manami Yoshida (Face)
    Janet Jericho (Heel)
    Roxy Jones (Face)
    Evita Alvarez (Face)
    Prima Donna (Heel)
    Amanda Myers (Heel)
    Raquel (Face)
    Kathy Shu (Face)
    Willa Wiccan (Heel)
    Wendy Stephens (Face)
    Tia Jimenez (Face)
    Yurei (Heel)

    Road Agents
    Rick Standish
    Bobby Evers
    Lisa Steele
    Desmond Oliver
    George Warner
    Kimberly Adams
    Albert Price



    Championships
    World Heavyweight Championship
    World Tag Team Championship
    International Championship
    TV Championship
    Cruiserweight Championship
    Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship
    Women’s Championship
    Women’s Tag Team Championship
    Intergender Championship
    Intergender Tag Team Championship

    Tournaments
    King of the Stars (Takes place every June)
    Grand Empress Cup (Takes place every March or May)
    Tag Team League (Takes place every October)
    Cruiserweight Cup (Takes place every July)
    King and Queen Tag League (Takes place every December)

    TV Shows
    GPW Friday Night Beatdown

    Pay-Per-Views
    Revenge (January PPV)
    Annihilation (February PPV/Battle Royal Main Event)
    Devastation (March PPV)
    HighStakes (April PPV/One of the big four PPVs)
    Fatal Awakening (May PPV)
    June Slam (June PPV)
    Summer Series (July PPV/One of the big four PPVs)
    Clash of Warriors (August PPV)
    DEFCON (September PPV/One of the big four PPVs)
    Unchained (October PPV)
    Gang Warfare (November PPV/ 5 on 5 elimination main event)
    A New Dawn (December PPV/One of the big four PPVs)

     
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    GPW Friday Night Beatdown
    Miami, FL
    20,000 Fans in Attendance

    1. Emilio Chavez vs. Chris Madness
    2. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW Women's Championship: Lady Sheba vs. Ava Lopez
    3. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW Cruiserweight Championship: Jerome Evans vs. Parker Wade vs. Travis Wilde vs. Stephen McIntosh
    4. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW International Championship: Adonis Grenier vs. Rafael Tizón
    5. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW World Tag Team Championship: The Floribama Boyz vs. The Bushmasters
    6. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship: King Shaka vs. LeJuan Jones
     
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    Finally! Another Be The Booker fan. Nice to have you around.

    Also, this looks interesting. I hope you continue with this. :)
     
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    Thanks. I'm still working on my first show for my league.
     
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    First show is up.
     
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    GPW Friday Night Beatdown
    Miami, FL
    20,000 Fans in Attendance

    We open on a 30 second montage intro for the show. Afterwards, we are treated to cheering fans, leading us to our announcers.

    Lucas Jones: Good evening ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to GPW Friday Night Beatdown! I'm Lucas Jones, alongside my colleagues Richard Washington and Paul...
    Paul Goodlove: Goodlove.
    Lucas: Tonight, we have a series of #1 Contender's Bouts for our championships, leading up to our first Pay-Per-View, Clash of Warriors.
    Richard: No doubt Lucas, these bouts are going to be as fast, intense, and furious, with everything on the line.
    Lucas: So let's not delay any further and get this show on the road. We take it to our announcer in the ring, Randall Dixon.

    Randall Dixon is currently standing in the ring.
    Randall: Our first contest of the night is scheduled for one fall.

    Delinquent Habits's Tres Delinquentes plays in the background as Emilio Chavez makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Phoenix, Arizona, weighing at 240 pounds, Emilio Chavez.

    Richard: Emilio Chavez has the look of a winner. He once competed as a Golden Gloves heavyweight before making the switch to pro wrestling. He's agile with his feet and swift with his hands.

    Delinquent Habits's Tres Delinquentes stops playing in the background as System Of A Down's Toxicity plays in the background while Chris Madness makes his entrance.

    Randall: And his opponent, from Peoria, Illinois, weighing in at 238 pounds, Chris Madness!

    Lucas: Chris Madness lives up to his name. He competed in the hardcore circuits during his time in the indies and is a complete loose cannon. Emphasis on loose cannon.

    System Of A Down's Toxicity stops playing as the referee signals for the bell.

    Lucas: And here we go, our first match here on GPW Friday Night Beatdown.

    Chris Madness charges at EmilIo Chavez with a flurry of overhead punches, only for Emilio to respond back with a few jabs, followed by a right hook and a left hook. Emilio delivers a front kick to Chris's gut, followed by bouncing his head off the turnbuckle. Chris bounces his head off the turnbuckle several times and yells at Emilio. Chris tosses Emilio into the turnbuckle and stomps away at his midsection as the referee starts the five count. Chris yells at the referee, causing him to back away. Chris then Irish whips Emilio into another turnbuckle, followed by hitting him with a stinger splash. Emilio staggers out of the corner as Chris bounces off the ropes and delivers a clothesline and goes for the pinfall, only to get a 1 count. Chris picks Emilio up and batters him over the head with a forearm four times. Chris bounces off the ropes and goes for a clothesline, but misses as Emilio ducks and catches Chris with a discus punch and Irish whips him, only for Chris to reverse it and looks to send Emilio flying with a overhead drop, only for Emilio to kick Chris in the face and deliver a clothesline of his own. Emilio then places Chris in a chin lock. Chris manages to fight out of it as he stood up and elbowed Emilio in the gut, followed by twisting his arm. Chris then twists his arm again, followed by elbowing his elbow. Chris bounces off the ropes and delivers a running boot to the head, causing Emilio to slide out of the ring. Chris then launches himself with a slingshot off the third rope, landing on Emilio. Chris yells at the crowd, who boos him. Chris then responds by beating down on Emilio some more. Chris throws Emilio back in the ring and covers him, only to get a 2 count. Chris beats down on Emilio some more with some punches and stomps. Chris then goes towards a turnbuckle and waits for Emilio to get up. Emilio gets up as Chris charges at him to deliver a jumping knee strike, only for Emilio to move out of the way and deliver a dropkick. Emilio delivers another dropkick to Chris, followed by another dropkick. Emilio then delivers a hip toss on Chris, followed by bouncing off the ropes and delivering a dropkick to his back. Emilio picks Chris up to his feet. Chris is about to retaliate with another punch, but Emilio blocks it and delivers a few punches of his own, backing Chris into the ropes. Emilio Irish whips Chris off the ropes, but just as Chris is about to reverse it, Emilio with an exploder suplex. Emilio then picks Chris up for a falcon arrow. Emilio then goes to the top rope and delivers a frog splash on Chris as the referee delivers a 3 count.

    Randall: Here is your winner, Emilio Chavez!

    Lucas: Now that's how you kickoff GPW Friday Night Beatdown. What a match!
    Richard: You have to give it to both competitors, but Emilio wanted it more.

    We cut to the backstage area as we see Lady Sheba walking. She stops as she addresses the crowd.

    Lady Sheba: I am Lady Sheba. I am a woman who is as fierce as she is fearless. Get in my way, and I will break you down to size.

    Lady Sheba walks past the camera.
    Lucas: Lady Sheba is in action tonight as she takes on Ava Lopez and that's next.

    **Commercial Break**

    We cut back to the arena as we see Randall standing in the ring.

    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is a number one contender's bout for the GPW Women's Championship.

    The Weeknd feat. Kendrick Lamar's Pray For Me plays in the background as Lady Sheba makes her entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Lagos, Nigeria, this is Lady Sheba.

    Paul: Good golly miss molly, would you look at that.
    Richard: Paul, I don't think she would want to spend a night with you, much less a date.
    Paul: Hey now, you never know. I got to be like Stephen Curry and shoot my shot, hey hey!
    Lucas: Lady Sheba is all focus as she makes her way to the ring.

    The Weeknd feat. Kendrick Lamar's Pray For Me stops playing in the background as Tego Calderon's Guasa, Guasa plays in the background as Ava Lopez makes her entrance.

    Randall: And her opponent, from Santruce, Puerto Rico, she is the "Pride of Puerto Rico," Ava Lopez!

    Lucas: You wanna talk about a spitfire in the women's division, look at Ava Lopez.
    Richard: She walks like she has more than a chip on her shoulder. She's here to do one thing and one thing only and that's win. Nothing else matters to her.
    Paul: She looks cute when she's angry.
    Lucas: Don't let her here you say that. She might rip you apart.

    The bell sounds as Ava gets up in Lady Sheba's face. Neither woman backs down until Ava goes for a punch, but Lady Sheba catches her punch and twists Ava's arm. Lady Sheba delivers a front kick, followed by a biel toss. Ava gets back up and delivers four forearms to Lady Sheba's face. Ava goes for a fifth forearm shot, only for Lady Sheba to block the attack and deliver a forearm shot of her own, sending Ava to the canvas. Lady Sheba picks Ava to her feet and Irish whips her into the ropes and sends her flying into the lights and onto her back with an overhead toss. Lady Sheba rushes towards Ava, who slides underneath the ropes, causing the referee to stop Lady Sheba. Ava slowly crawls away from the ropes as Lady Sheba grabs her. Ava responds with a jawbreaker, staggering Lady Sheba. Ava delivers a forearm, followed by bouncing off the ropes and hitting Lady Sheba with a cross body, but only getting a 1 count. Ava delivers a kick to the side of Lady Sheba's head, followed by another forearm. Ava Irish whips Lady Sheba off the ropes, only for Lady Sheba to respond with a kick of her own, staggering Ava. Lady Sheba hoists Ava off her feet and delivers a scoop slam. Lady Sheba bounces off the ropes and goes for an elbow drop, but Ava rolls out of the way. Ava gets back up and twists Lady Sheba's arm, followed by stomping on her elbow. Ava twists the other arm of Lady Sheba and does the same thing. Ava then kicks the back of Lady Sheba's head. Ava goes for the cover, but only gets a 2 count. Ava picks Lady Sheba off her feet and pummels her with overhead punches. Ava bounces off the ropes and delivers a dropkick, sending Lady Sheba out of the ring. The referee starts the ten count as Lady Sheba tries to recuperate from Ava's onslaught. Ava climbs out of the ring, restarting the referee's ten count. Ava pummels the back of Lady Sheba's head and tosses her back in the ring, along with her. Ava stomps away on Lady Sheba as the referee warns her. Ava gets in the face of the referee and goes back to stomping on Lady Sheba, only for her to grab Ava's foot as she stood to her feet and give her a clothesline. Lady Sheba then gives Ava another scoop slam. Lady Sheba then bounces off the ropes and delivers a senton splash. Lady Sheba then picks Ava off the canvas, only for her to scratch her eyes, blinding her. Ava goes for a schoolboy pin, only to get a 2 count. Ava goes for another kick, but Lady Sheba catches it and goes for a clothesline, which Ava ducks under. Ava goes for a forearm, only for Lady Sheba to duck under the attack and delivers a big boot to Ava's face. Lady Sheba picks Ava up, placing her back on her shoulders, spins her around and performs a sit out power bomb for the three count.

    Randall: Here is your winner, Lady Sheba!

    Lucas: Goodness, what a match.
    Richard: Lady Sheba powers her way to victory and she's now one step closer to obtaining the GPW Women's Championship.
    Paul: And I'm almost one step closer to getting me some of that.
    Lucas: Easy, Paul. We don't want you to end up like Ava did.

    We cut to a graphic of The Floribama Boyz and The Bushmasters.
    Richard: Still to come, we have the #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW Tag Team Championship between the Floribama Boyz and the Bushmasters.

    We then cut to a graphic of Jerome Evans, Parker Wade, Travis Wilde, and Stephen McIntosh.
    Lucas: But up next, we got cruiserweight action ahead as the "Hi-Fli Kid," Jerome Evans, Parker Wade, Travis Wilde, and "The Golden Boy" Stephen McIntosh do battle in a fatal four way to determine who will be one of the contenders for the GPW Cruiserweight Championship.

    **Commercial Break**

    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.
    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is a fatal four way match to determine the number one contender for the GPW Cruiserweight Championship.

    Royce Da 5'9's Boom plays in the background as Jerome Evans makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Brooklyn, New York, weighing in at 185 pounds, he is the "Hi-Fli Kid" Jerome Evans!
    Lucas: Jerome Evans is a high prospect here in GPW.
    Richard: He was once an indie darling throughout the U.S. and Canada, plus he even toured in Japan for a few Best of Super Junior tournaments, only winning twice.
    Paul: I have a great feeling about that kid. He's going to be the future of this sport.

    Royce Da 5'9's Boom stops playing as Eminem's Berserk plays in the background as Parker Wade makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing next, from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, weighing in at 190 pounds, he is Parker Wade.
    Lucas: Parker Wade is a lunatic in the air.
    Richard: This man will basically jump off of anything. Scaffolding, tables, bleachers, it doesn't matter.

    Eminem's Berserk stops playing as Failsafe's Only If We Learn plays in the background as Travis Wilde makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing next, from Perth, Australia, weighing 186 pounds, he is the "Outlaw of the Outback," Travis Wilde.
    Richard: Travis Wilde is another prospect that can bring down the house.
    Lucas: He's toured Japan, China, and Korea, honing his technical skills along with his brawling. Look for him to pull out some big moves.

    Failsafe's Only If We Learn stops playing as Da Riffs' A Golden Boy Again (Remix) plays in the background as Stephen McIntosh makes his entrance.

    Randall: And finally, from London, England, weighing at 175 pounds, he is the "Golden Boy," Stephen McIntosh!
    Richard: Stephen McIntosh prides himself as more of a technical purist in the ring.
    Lucas: That's because he was taught catch as catch can wrestling, along with some technical and submission holds. He may be a cruiserweight, but that doesn't mean he has to break out the high flying moves. It's all about variety over flips.
    Richard: Not to mention that he's a pretty boy.

    The bell sounds as Jerome and Travis duke it out, while Parker and McIntosh does the same thing. Travis and McIntosh Irish whip Jerome and Parker into the ropes, only for the two of them to duck underneath oncoming clotheslines and deliver a dual dropkick in stereo. Both Jerome and Parker go for a roll up, but both Travis and McIntosh kick out. Jerome delivers a hurricanrana on Travis, as does Parker to McIntosh, sending them both out of the ring. Jerome and Parker bounce off the ropes at full speed and performs a suicide dive over the top rope. All four competitors crash to ground.

    *Commercial Break*

    We cut back to the arena as we see Jerome fighting against McIntosh and Parker fighting with Travis. Jerome hits McIntosh with a hurricanrana, while Parker goes for a pinfall on Travis. Travis kicks out at 2. Parker goes for a hurricanarana, but Travis counters with a power bomb pin. Jerome breaks up the count with a soccer kick to Travis's chest. Jerome goes to work on Travis with a punches and kicks, while Travis delivers a few of his of own. McIntosh places Parker in an abdominal stretch. Travis breaks up the hold and goes to attack and works on Parker himself. McIntosh and Travis fight among themselves, leaving them open for a springboard dropkick from Jerome, knocking them both out. Parker and Jerome duke it out for a few seconds, followed by Parker bouncing off the ropes and hitting him with a headscissors takedown. Parker would also do the same thing to Travis. McIntosh delivers a dropkick to Parker and places him a side leg lock, twisting his ankle. Jerome breaks the hold and delivers a flurry of punches and kicks to McIntosh. Travis and McIntosh double team Jerome, but Parker even the odds, attacking Travis. McIntosh goes for a abdominal stretch but Jerome counters the hold with the hip toss and hits McIntosh with power bomb flip pin, getting the 3 count.

    Randall: Here is your winner, the "Hi-Fli Kid," Jerome Evans.
    Lucas: That match was fast paced right from the get go.
    Richard: Felt like I was watching human demolition derby.
    Paul: More like a roller coaster ride. Couldn't handle all of that.

    We cut to backstage area as we see the back of Adonis Grenier flexing his biceps and triceps. He then turns around and sees the camera.
    Adonis: Excuse moi, I didn't see you there. Allow me to introduce myself. I am "The Perfect Body," Adonis Grenier. I have biceps and triceps of steel, hardened deltoids and pectorals...
    Adonis pops his pecs for a few seconds
    Adonis: Muscular thighs for days, and marble chiseled abs to go along with my handsome, stark features. You know what would look even greater on me, besides your girlfriend or your wife? Me winning the GPW International Championship. And I look to do just that at Clash of Warriors soon.
    Richard (v/o): Adonis Grenier is in action next.

    **Commercial Break**

    We cut to outside of the arena, getting a view of Miami's South Beach area.
    Lucas: We are coming to you live from Miami, Florida for GPW Friday Night Beatdown. GPW's Clash of Warriors is next Sunday and you can watch it live on Pay-Per-View.

    We cut back to the arena as we see Randall standing in the ring.
    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is a number one contender's bout for the GPW International Championship.

    Era's Ameno plays in the background as Adonis Grenier makes his entrance.
    Randall: Introducing first, from the South of France, weighing in at a perfectly solid 235 pounds, he is the "Perfect Body," Adonis Grenier.
    Lucas: Adonis Grenier looks like he was carved from marble.
    Richard: More like David's Michelangelo came to life.
    Paul: Now what's he's doing with my six pack abs. He needs to give those back.
    Lucas: When's the last time you had abs, Paul?
    Paul: That's not important, I just want my abs back from him. Wouldn't mind the pectorals either.

    Era's Ameno stops playing as Bambu's Welcome to the Party plays in the background as Rafael Tizón makes his entrance.
    Randall: And his opponent, from Quezon City, Philippines, weighing in at 230 pounds, Rafael Tizón.
    Richard: Rafael Tizón has an MMA background, which makes him a dangerous opponent for anyone to face.
    Lucas: I would not take this man lightly. He could cause some damage and then some.

    The bell sounds as Adonis flexes his biceps in front of Rafael, who is not impressed. Rafael delivers a punch to Adonis's face, followed by a kick to his midsection and a jumping back kick to the chest. Annoyed, Adonis clotheslines Rafael to the ground and stomps away on him before the referee stops him. Adonis walks away from the referee and plays to the crowd with his bodybuilder poses. Rafael catches him from behind with a rear naked choke, causing Adonis to fall to the ground with him. Adonis crawls to the ropes, forcing Rafael to release the hold. Rafael picks Adonis up, but Adonis delivers a cheap shot to the face, followed by a front kick to the gut, and an overhead punch to the head. Adonis then performs a pile driver on Rafael. Adonis goes for the cover, but Rafael kicks out at 2. Adonis continues to play to the crowd, flexing his biceps until Rafael catches him with a spinning heel kick. Rafael goes for the ground and pound, but the referee tells Rafael to ease up. This allows Adonis to hit Rafael with a low blow, followed by a torture rack to win the match.

    Randall: Here is your winner, the "Perfect Body," Adonis Grenier.
    Lucas: A dirty win for Adonis Grenier.
    Paul: Say what you want, but a win is a win...still want my abs back though.

    We cut to the backstage area as we see Jeremiah and Kirk partying to some music.
    Jeremiah: Yeehaw! I'm Jeremiah.
    Kirk: And I'm Kirk!
    Jeremiah and Kirk: Together we're the Floribama Boyz!
    Jeremiah: Tonight, we are going to be on our way to becoming the GPW Tag Team Champions of the World!
    Kirk: And there's no one that's gonna stop us!
    Jeremiah: Because if you're looking for a good ol' time, come kick it with the Floribama Boyz! Yeehaw!

    **Commercial Break**

    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.
    Randall: The following match is scheduled for one fall and it is a number one contender's match for the GPW World Tag Team Championship.

    Lynyrd Skynyrd's Sweet Home Alabama plays in the background as Jeremiah and Kirk make their entrance.
    Randall: Introducing first, from Panama City Beach, Florida, at a combined weight of 450 pounds, Jeremiah and Kirk, the Floribama Boyz!
    Lucas: The Floribama Boyz are a wild bunch.
    Richard: They love to party, drink, party, eat, womanize, party...did I mention party?
    Paul: Yes you did, Richard, and once this event is over, me the Floribama Boyz and Lady Sheba are gonna hit up all the clubs in South Beach.
    Lucas: Will you stop it with Lady Sheba? She's not interested in that!
    Paul: Y'all don't know.

    Lynyrd Skynyrd's Sweet Home Alabama stops playing as Shine's Bad Boys plays in the background as Jamal Stokes and Johan Dillard make their entrance.
    Randall: And their opponents, from Kingston, Jamaica, at a combined weight of 440 pounds, Dillard and Stokes, the Bushmasters.
    Lucas: Not much is known about these guys, but I wouldn't take that for a weakness.
    Richard: They're menacing and snazzy dressers, that's as far as I'll say about them.

    The bell sounds as Dillard and Stokes attack Jeremiah and Kirk. The referee tries to restore order in the ring, but the Floribama Boyz answer back with fists of their own, sending the Bushmasters reeling. The referee tries his best to hold back Jeremiah and Kirk as they dare the Bushmasters to enter the ring.

    **Commercial Break**

    Stokes stomps away on Jeremiah as the referee tries to get him to stop. Stokes yells out his name at the referee, followed by clawing away at Jeremiah's eyes. Stokes tags in Dillard, who throws a series of punches on Jeremiah and stomps away at him in their corner. The referee warns Dillard not to get out of hand, while Stokes chokes Jeremiah with rope. Kirk tries to intervene, but Dillard and Stokes continue their underhanded tactics. The referee turns his attention back to the action, where Dillard tags in Stokes. Stokes delivers a left hook and a right hook, followed by a tornado kick. Stokes then attacks Kirk, causing him to get angrier as the referee holds him back. Dillard and Stokes double team Jeremiah until the referee catches them in the act. Jeremiah crawls towards Kirk and tags him in, but the referee doesn't see it and tells Kirk to go back. Jeremiah is forced back into the ring by Stokes, who places him in a chin lock. Jeremiah fights his way out of it, but Stokes throws him down and punches him. Stokes picks up Jeremiah and Irish whips him off the ropes. Jeremiah ducks under a clothesline and catches Stokes with a shoulder block. Jeremiah crawls towards Kirk as Stokes rolls over to Dillard and tags him in. Dillard races over to Jeremiah, who tags in Kirk. Kirk enters the ring and throws a series of punches at Dillard and then throws a punch at Stokes. Kirk bodyslams Dillard all around the ring and Irish whips him into the ropes, hitting him with a spine buster. Kirk sizes up Dillard, lifts him on his shoulders and slams with a Floribama Driver (Death Valley Driver) for the 3 count.

    Randall: Here are your winners, Jeremiah and Kirk, the Floribama Boyz!
    Lucas: The Floribama Boyz punch their tickets to Clash of Warriors next Sunday.
    Paul: Looks like those boys are gonna get ready to party tonight.
    Lucas: We go backstage with Janet Caruso with LeJuan Jones.

    We cut back to the backstage area as we see Janet Caruso with LeJuan Jones and Brother Julius.
    Janet: I'm standing here with Brother Julius and LeJuan Jones.
    LeJuan: Excuse me, I think you may want to rephrase that better.
    Janet: Like how?
    Brother Julius: Like how? Let me whisper this to you.
    *Brother Julius whispers something into Janet's ear*
    Brother Julius: You got all that?
    Janet: Yes.
    Brother Julius: Good...now try it again.
    Janet: I'm standing here with Brother Julius and the number one draft pick and soon to be GPW World Heavyweight Champion LeJuan Jones.
    LeJuan: Much better, Janet. Much better.
    Janet: So, LeJuan.
    LeJuan: Ahem.
    Janet: I mean, number one draft pick and soon to be GPW World Heavyweight Champion LeJuan Jones, tonight you face King Shaka in our main event, what are your thoughts?
    LeJuan: You want to know my thoughts?
    Janet: Yes?
    LeJuan: My thoughts...aren't yours to know, Janet. Because you see, LeJuan Jones doesn't tell his plans to nobody. I don't want anyone to get a leg up on me. I want to be first, not second, not third, not fourth, not fifth, not sixth...you get the idea.
    Brother Julius: Enough this talking, LeJuan. Let's go win us a match.
    *LeJuan and Brother Julius walk past Janet*
    Richard (v/o): Our main event is next on GPW Friday Night Beatdown.

    **Commercial Break**

    We cut to Lucas, Richard, and Paul at the announcers table.
    Lucas: Next week on GPW Friday Night Beatdown, "The Iron Maiden" Amy Samuels takes on "The Brazilian Angel" Cristina Angeles, Cruiserweight action between Masoto Ishii, El Colibri, Keith Yang, and Rock Starr, and the main event, Logan Lemmett takes on "The King of Mexican Strong Style," Antonio Garcia. That is next week on GPW Friday Night Beatdown.
    Richard: It's time for tonight's main event. We send you to our announcer, Randall Dixon.

    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for...
    Crowd: One fall!
    Randall: And it is a number one contender's match for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship.

    Buckshot, Skyzoo, Promise, and Sean Price's Better Than You plays in the background as LeJuan Jones makes his entrance, with Brother Julius behind him.
    Randall: Introducing first, accompanied to the ring by Brother Julius, from Columbus, Ohio, weighing at 240 pounds, he is "The Number One Draft Pick," LeJuan Jones.
    Lucas: LeJuan Jones was once a huge basketball prospect before he made the jump to pro wrestling.
    Paul: The boy is athletic, strong, fast, and has the makings of a world champion. Watch out there now.

    Buckshot, Skyzoo, Promise, and Sean Price's Better Than You stops playing in the background as Aloe Blacc's King is Born plays in the background as King Shaka makes his entrance.
    Randall: And his opponent, from Cape Town, South Africa, weighing at 245 pounds, he is King Shaka!
    Lucas: All hail the king!
    Richard: He could be the one to win the GPW World Heavyweight Championship.
    Paul: The man looks like he is ready for war.

    The bell sounds as both King Shaka and LeJuan Jones size each other up. LeJuan looks King Shaka up and down, followed by smirking at him. LeJuan goes to punch King Shaka, who blocks the attack and delivers a series of four punches of his own, followed by a punch that levels LeJuan to the canvas. King Shaka goes to Irish whip LeJuan, who reverses it, only for King Shaka to leap over him and deliver a leaping clothesline at LeJuan. King Shaka then places LeJuan upside down on the tree of woe and stomps away on his midsection. The referee stops the assault, allowing Brother Julius to free LeJuan from the tree of woe. King Shaka goes to pick LeJuan back to his feet and deliver four knife edge chops to his chest, followed by a hip toss. King Shaka goes for the chin lock, but LeJuan reaches the ropes. King Shaka goes to pick LeJuan back to his feet, only for LeJuan to surprise him with a series of punches of his own, followed by bouncing off the ropes and delivers a flying forearm. LeJuan then places King Shaka in a headlock, followed by a chin lock, and a sleeper hold. King Shaka rises to his feet and gives LeJuan a jaw breaker, forcing him to release his hold. King Shaka clotheslines LeJuan to the canvas and goes to intimidate Brother Julius. King Shaka goes back to work on LeJuan, who catches him with a low blow, followed by a sucker punch. LeJuan quickly goes for a pin, only for King Shaka to kick out at 2. LeJuan stomps away at King Shaka, but the referee stops him. LeJuan then lifts King Shaka's legs and punches him in the groin. LeJuan then goes back for a chin lock, followed by elbowing the top of King Shaka's head. King Shaka gets back to his feet as LeJuan still has him in the chin lock. King Shaka looked to fight his way out of the chin lock, only for LeJuan to sucker punch him. LeJuan bounces off the ropes and hits King Shaka with a running DDT. LeJuan goes for the pin, but King Shaka kicks out at 2. LeJuan picks King Shaka back to his feet, who punches away at his stomach. LeJuan answers back with a knee strike to the gut and a knee strike to the face. LeJuan then delivers a punch to King Shaka's forehead. LeJuan then bounces off the ropes and goes for a knee strike again, but King Shaka catches him with a belly to belly suplex. King Shaka goes for the pin, but Brother Julius breaks up the count, pulling King Shaka out of the ring. King Shaka gets angry and chases Brother Julius around the ring. LeJuan slides out of the ring and bum rushes King Shaka as Brother Julius laughs at him. LeJuan throws King Shaka into a ring post, followed by throwing him against a ring apron. LeJuan slides back in the ring and chokes King Shaka from behind as Brother Julius talks trash at him. The referee forces LeJuan to let go of the hold as LeJuan confronts him, allowing Brother Julius to attack King Shaka with his cane, choking him before the referee catches him. LeJuan brings King Shaka back in the ring and continues pummeling him with overhead punches and forearms. LeJuan goes for a running STO, but King Shaka reverses it with a hammerlock. LeJuan elbows his way out of the hold and delivers a forearm to King Shaka's face. LeJuan Irish whips King Shaka into the ropes and goes for a clothesline, only for King Shaka to duck the attack and catch him with a jumping clothesline as both men lay down for a few seconds. Eventually, both men got back on their feet. LeJuan goes for a wild haymaker, but King Shaka ducks under it and catches LeJuan with an even flow DDT. King Shaka then goes for a sharpshooter, but Brother Julius distracts the referee as LeJuan starts tapping out. King Shaka confronts the referee as to why he was distracted. The referee points to Brother Julius as King Shaka confronts him and knocks him out. King Shaka goes back inside the ring, only to get sucker punched by LeJuan, who pulled out brass knuckles from under his shorts. LeJuan goes for the pin as the referee starts to count.

    1...

    2...

    Miraculously, King Shaka kicks out at 2, infuriating LeJuan. LeJuan then picks King Shaka to his feet and sets him up for his finisher the Game Winner (which is similar to the Swinging Reverse STO or Blade Runner/Sister Abigail), but King Shaka reverses it with a Rainmaker clothesline. King Shaka then picks LeJuan off of the canvas, hoisting him over his shoulders and hits the King's Crown (Spinning Falcon Arrow) for the 3 count.

    Randall: Here is your winner, King Shaka!

    Lucas: What a finish! King Shaka has done it. He's punched his ticket to Clash of Warriors.
    Richard: He's on his way to the World Title match, but will he face Logan Lemmett or "The King of Mexican Strong Style," Antonio Garcia?
    Lucas: We will find out next week. For Richard Washington and Paul...
    Paul: Goodlove.
    Lucas: I'm Lucas Jones, saying goodnight everybody.
     
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    1. Kazuhiro Arai vs. Silver Eyes
    2. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW Women's Championship: Amy Samuels vs. Cristina Angeles
    3. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW Cruiserweight Championship: Masoto Ishii vs. El Colibri vs. Keith Yang vs. Rock Starr
    4. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW International Championship: Akima Toa vs. Guerrilla God
    5. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW World Tag Team Championship: The Newton Boys vs. The Drill Sergeants
    6. #1 Contender's Bout for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship: Logan Lemmett vs. Antonio Garcia
     
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    We open on a 30 second montage intro for the show. Afterwards, we are treated to cheering fans, leading us to our announcers.

    Lucas Jones: Good evening ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to GPW Friday Night Beatdown! I'm Lucas Jones, alongside my colleagues Richard Washington and Paul...
    Paul Goodlove: Goodlove.
    Lucas: Tonight, we have another series of #1 Contender's Bouts for our championships, leading up to our first Pay-Per-View, Clash of Warriors, including our main event between Logan Lemmett and "The King of Mexican Strong Style" Antonio Garcia.
    Richard: No doubt Lucas, these bouts will determine who moves on to our first Pay-Per-View.
    Lucas: So let's not delay any further and get this show on the road. We take it to our announcer in the ring, Randall Dixon.

    Randall Dixon is currently standing in the ring.
    Randall: Our first contest of the night is scheduled for one fall.

    Yoshida Brothers's Storm plays in the background as Kazuhiro Arai makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Osaka, Japan, weighing in at 242 pounds, Kazuhiro Arai.

    Richard: Kazuhiro Arai is a hard hitter and doesn't back down from a fight whatsoever.
    Lucas: He is all business as he makes his way to the ring.

    Yoshida Brothers's Storm stops playing as mysterious music plays in the background as Silver Eyes makes his entrance.

    Randall: And his opponent, from Hollywood, California, weighing in at 260 pounds, Silver Eyes.

    Richard: Silver Eyes looks like a mysterious individual.
    Paul: He looks like a mystery alright. Just don't know what to make of him.

    The bell sounds as both Kazuhiro and Silver Eyes size each other up. Silver Eyes kicks Kazuhiro in the gut, followed by delivering a few punches to his face. Silver Eyes Irish whips Kazuhiro into the ropes and clotheslines him. Silver Eyes helps Kazuhiro to his feet and delivers a series of clubbing forearms to the back of Kazuhiro's head. Silver Eyes bounces off the ropes, only for Kazuhiro to catch him with a clothesline of his own. Kazuhiro picks Silver Eyes to his feet, who scratches Kazuhiro's eyes. Silver Eyes bounces off the ropes and catches Kazuhiro with a DDT. Silver Eyes goes for the cover, but Kazuhiro kicks out. Silver Eyes clubs Kazuhiro's head again, followed by going for a scoop slam. Silver Eyes bounces off the ropes and hits Kazuhiro with an elbow drop. Silver Eyes then mounts Kazuhiro and punches him several times before the referee warns him. Silver Eyes then stomps on Kazuhiro, followed by goading to the crowd. Silver Eyes turns his attention back to Kazuhiro, who hits Silver Eyes with a jawbreaker. Kazuhiro delivers a series of four punches to Silver Eyes's face, followed by Irish whipping him into the ropes and hits him with a running side knee. Kazuhiro then places Silver Eyes in a headlock. Silver Eyes manages to fight his way out of it, but Kazuhiro hits him with a forearm to the face. Kazuhiro then delivers a boot to the gut, followed by bouncing off the ropes and performing a swinging neckbreaker. Silver Eyes gets up groggily, allowing Kazuhiro to get behind him and perform a German suplex on him. Silver Eyes kicks out at 2. Kazuhiro then twists the arm of Silver Eyes, who gets to his feet and rolls out of the hold and flips Kazuhiro to the canvas. Silver Eyes bounces off the ropes and goes for an elbow drop, but Kazuhiro moves out of the way. Kazuhiro then soccer kicks Silver Eyes in the head. Kazuhiro picks Silver Eyes off the canvas and blocks Silver Eyes's low blow with his legs, followed by picking him up and hitting him with a Death Valley Driver. Kazuhiro then climbs to the top rope and hits Silver Eyes with a senton splash to get the 3 count.

    Randall: Here is your winner, Kazuhiro Arai.

    Richard: Kazuhiro Arai gets the victory here tonight.
    Lucas: Silver Eyes put up a good fight, but it wasn't enough.

    We cut to the backstage area where we see Amy Samuels throwing fists at a wall.
    Richard: Still to come, we have a #1 Contender's Match between for the Cruiserweight Championship as well as the Tag Team Championship.
    Lucas: But up next, another #1 Contender's match for the GPW Women's Championship. Amy Samuels battles "The Brazilian Angel" Cristina Angeles.

    **Commercial Break**

    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.
    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is a number one contender's match for the GPW Women's Championship.

    Iron Maiden's Fear of the Dark plays in the background as Amy Samuels makes her entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Amherst, Massachusetts, she is "The Iron Maiden" Amy Samuels!

    Richard: Amy Samuels has an MMA background, with her striking and submission abilities.
    Paul: Just the look of her sends chills down my spine as well as downstairs, if you know what I mean.
    Lucas: Knock it off, Paul.
    Paul: What? I'm just saying.

    Iron Maiden's Fear of the Dark stops playing in the background as Brazilian House music plays while Cristina Angeles makes her entrance.

    Randall: And her opponent, from Brasilia, Brazil, she is "The Brazilian Angel" Cristina Angeles.

    Paul: Well, looky here. We go from one extreme to the next. I hope she's looking at me.
    Richard: I doubt that she's paying you any mind, Paul.
    Paul: Well, she's blowing kisses. She needs to blow a kiss my way.
    Lucas: Whatever. Richard, can you tell us what you know about Cristina Angeles?
    Richard: She used to be a lingerie model before making the jump to pro wrestling.
    Paul: Lingerie model, huh? I knew she was enticing.
    Lucas: Stop it, Paul.

    The bell sounds as Amy Samuels charges at Cristina, clubbing her with overhead attacks with her forearms. Amy pushes Cristina into a ring post and delivers of series of strikes to Cristina's face, followed by a few stiff kicks to the midsection. The referee separates Amy from Cristina, who slumps down to the canvas. Amy grabs Cristina by her hair and kicks her face several times, followed by delivering a jumping knee strike. Amy then places Cristina in a headlock, jerking her head a little. Amy drops Cristina to the ground and stomps away on her back, followed by putting her in a Boston Crab. Cristina tries to go for the rope break, but Amy pulls her away from the ropes and towards the middle of the ring. Amy releases her Boston Crab hold, but continues her torture on Cristina, pushing Cristina's legs over her head, punishing her back some more. Amy then stomps on Cristina's head afterwards. Amy picks Cristina off the canvas and scoop slams her back down. Amy then grabs Cristina's wrist and pulls down on her hand. Amy, with a sadistic smile on her face, grabs Cristina's fingers and snaps a few of them, causing more pain for Cristina. Cristina rolls out of the ring, clutching her hand and fingers as the referee starts the ten count. Amy rolls out of the ring and grabs Cristina by her hair and throws her back in the ring. Amy goes for the pin, but Cristina kicks out at 2. Amy then puts Cristina in an armbar, while still working on her fingers and wrist. Amy, while still applying the hold to Cristina, whacks her a few times in the face with her heel. The referee stops Amy and warns her of her actions. Amy goes for a soccer kick, but Cristina ducks and goes for a schoolboy, but Amy kicks out at 2. Cristina stands to her feet, as does Amy, who goes for a low dropkick, but Cristina moves out of the way and stomps on Amy's face a few times before the referee stops her. Cristina goes to pick Amy to her feet, only for Amy to twist her arm and continue to work on it some more. Cristina grabs the ropes, forcing Amy to release the hold. Amy stomps away at Cristina, who tries to get back to her feet. Amy grabs Cristina by her hair and biels her back to the middle of the ring. Amy goes to pick Cristina to her feet, only for Cristina to go for a small package, which Amy kicks out of. Cristina gets back to her feet, bounces off the ropes and hits Amy with a hurricanrana. Cristina bounces off the ropes and hits Amy with a headscissors takedown. Cristina goes for a clothesline, but Amy counters with an abdominal stretch, which goes into an octopus hold, an into an armbar. Cristina has no choice but to tap out.

    Randall: Here is your winner, "The Iron Maiden" Amy Samuels.

    Richard: Amy Samuels picks up the win and will face Lady Sheba for the GPW Women's Championship at Clash of Warriors.
    Lucas: Amy Samuels tortured Cristina Angeles, who put up a good fight, but it wasn't enough.
    Paul: Think I should go down and check on Cristina Angeles?
    Richard: No, Paul. You have a job to do.

    We cut to a graphic featuring Masoto Ishii, El Colibri, Keith Yang, and Rock Starr
    Richard: Coming up next, another fatal four way to determine who will challenge for the GPW Cruiserweight Championship.

    **Commercial Break**

    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.
    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is a fatal four way to determine another number one contender match for the GPW Cruiserweight Championship.

    OZROSAURUS's AREA AREA plays in the background as Masoto Ishii makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Yokohama, Japan, weighing in at 175 pounds, Masoto Ishii.

    Richard: Masoto Ishii started out in the young lion system in Japan, before going on an excursion throughout the U.S. and Canada, where he was exposed to the hardcore style of wrestling, which he used when he came back to Japan. Now he's here in GPW.
    Lucas: Hence why he is carrying a kendo stick with him.
    Paul: Are you sure he's a cruiserweight?
    Richard: Looks can be deceiving, Paul.

    OZROSAURUS's AREA AREA stops playing as the March of Death theme plays in the background as El Colibri makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing next, from Guadalajara, Mexico, weighing in at 165 pounds, El Colibri.

    Richard: El Colibri, which means the hummingbird in Spanish, is a high flier that you have to see to believe.
    Lucas: No doubt. He is quick, acrobatic, and fearless.

    The March of Death theme stops playing as Jin Tha MC's Learn Chinese plays in the background as Keith Yang makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing next, from Beijing, China, weighing in at 180 pounds, Keith Yang.

    Richard: Pro Wrestling is growing in China, and Keith Yang is part of the movement there.
    Lucas: He used to be a martial artist, so his quick kicks can come in handy.


    Jin Tha MC's Learn Chinese stops playing as The Sweet's Fox on the Run plays in the background as Rock Starr makes his entrance.

    Randall: And finally, from Anaheim, California, weighing in 175 pounds, he is Rock Starr!

    Richard: Rock Starr lives up to his name, he carries himself as one.
    Lucas: Do you think his parents named him that by chance?
    Richard: I don't know, but he is living it up.
    Paul: Another guy who likes to party? Right up my alley.

    The bell sounds as Masoto attacks El Colibri, and Keith Yang fighting with Rock Starr. Masoto pummels El Colibri, who responds with a tilt-a-whirl headscissors, sending Masoto out of the ring. El Colibri bounces off the ropes and performs a suicide dive, hitting Masoto. Keith Yang hits Rock Starr with a headscissors takedown, sending him out of the ring. Keith Yang climbs the top rope and splashes onto Rock Starr. The crowd cheers Keith Yang's name.

    **Commercial Break**
    **Promo for GPW's Clash of Warriors**

    We cut back to the arena as we see Masoto stomping away on El Colibri in the ring, while Keith Yang and Rock Starr still battle outside the ring. Masoto continues to assault El Colibri and using underhanded tactics. The referee warns Masoto of his antics. Keith Yang and Rock Starr return back to the ring as hit a double suplex on Masoto. Masoto rolls out of the ring as Keith Yang and Rock Starr turn their attention to El Colibri. Keith Yang and Rock Starr double suplex El Colibri. Rock Starr goes for the pin, but Keith Yang pulls him off of El Colibri. Keith Yang goes for the pin, but Rock Starr stops the count. Keith Yang and Rock Starr stare each other before coming to blows with each other. Rock Starr gets the upper hand at first, but Keith Yang's quick kicks send Rock Starr reeling out of the ring. Keith Yang turns his attention back to El Colibri, who catches him with a kip up hurricanrana, followed by a running dropkick. El Colibri goes for a hurricanrana pin, but Keith Yang kicks out at 2. El Colibri climbs the top rope and hits Keith Yang with a moonsault while Masoto hits Rock Starr with his kendo stick. El Colibri goes for the pin, but Masoto breaks it up. El Colibri goes for a hurricanrana on Masoto, who counters it with a power bomb. Masoto kicks Keith Yang out of the ring and hits El Colibri with a pile driver. Masoto gets the 3 count.

    Randall: Here is your winner, Masoto Ishii.

    Richard: Masoto Ishii moves on to face "The Hi-Fli Kid" Jerome Evans.
    Lucas: That was a dirty move on Masoto Ishii's part.
    Paul: Dirty, but smart. That's how it's done.

    We cut to the backstage area as The Newton Boys introduce themselves.
    Roy: Hi there, I'm Roy, and this is my brother Zechariah. Together, we're The Newton Boys.
    Zechariah: We like to think of ourselves as down home southern boys, unlike those party animals, the Floribama Boyz.
    Roy: Tonight, we're gonna show y'all how real southerners do things in the ring.
    Richard: The Newton Boys are in action later on tonight, but up next...

    We cut to a graphic featuring Akima Toa and Guerrilla God
    Richard: Akima Toa takes on Guerrilla God. Winner moves on to face Adonis Grenier at Clash of Warriors.

    **Commercial Break**

    We cut to outside of the arena, getting a view of Orlando.
    Lucas: We are coming to you live from Orlando, Florida for GPW Friday Night Beatdown. GPW's Clash of Warriors is next Sunday and you can watch it live on Pay-Per-View.

    We cut back to the arena as we see Randall standing in the ring.
    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is a number one contender's bout for the GPW International Championship.

    David Dallas's Front To Back plays in the background as Akima Toa makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Rotorua, New Zealand, weighing in at 243 pounds, he is Akima Toa.

    Richard: Akima Toa comes from a family who are descendants of Maori warriors.
    Lucas: Much like his ancestors, this man is fierce and ready for battle.

    David Dallas's Front To Back stos playing in the background as Immortal Technique's Death March plays in the background as Guerrilla God makes his entrance.

    Randall: And his opponent, from the battlefield, weighing in at 256 pounds, he is one half of Militant Malice, Guerrilla God.

    Richard: Guerrilla God, one half of Militant Malice, is a beast of a man. He served as a marine before making the jump to pro wrestling.
    Paul: He is one bad mamma jamma. Look at his physique.

    The bell sounds as both Akima Toa and Guerrilla God come charging at each other with fists. Guerrilla God delivers a boot to the gut of Akima Toa, followed by an axe handle to Akima Toa's back. Guerrilla God places Akima Toa in a chinlock, while punching the top of his head. Akima Toa fights his way out of the chinlock, only for Guerrilla God to throw him down and stomp away on his chest. Guerrilla God roars at the crowd, who jeers him. Guerrilla God picks Akima Toa off the canvas and Irish whips him into a ringpost. Guerrilla God goes for a stinger splash, but Akima Toa moves out of the way. Akima Toa grabs Guerrilla God by the head and bounces it off the turnbuckle. Guerrilla God is unfazed by this as he bounces his head off the turnbuckles and roars at Akima Toa, who roars back at him and slams his own head against the turnbuckles. Both men yell and roar at each other before trading chops with one another, followed by trading punches with one another. The sequence ends with a big boot from Guerrilla God, who bounces off the ropes and goes for a jumping clothesline, only for Akima Toa to counter with a Lou Thesz press, followed by several headbutts. Guerrilla God counters and mounts Akima Toa with headbutts of his own. Guerrilla God drags Akima Toa to the middle of the ring and places him in a front ankle lock. Akima Toa punches Guerrilla God while positioning himself to reach the rope break, forcing Guerrilla God to let go of the hold. Guerrilla God drags Akima Toa back to the middle of the ring, but Akima Toa kicks him away as he gets to his feet. Guerrilla God charges at Akima Toa, who lowers the top rope, sending him flying out of the ring. Akima hits a plancha on Guerrilla God, crashing him to the ground. Both wrestlers lay on the outside as the referee starts the ten count. Akima Toa gets up and throws Guerrilla God back in the ring, along with him. Akima Toa stalks Guerrilla God, who staggers to his feet. Akima Toa catches him with a boot to the gut, and goes for a power bomb into an X-Factor. Akima Toa gets the 3 count.

    Randall: Here is your winner, Akima Toa

    Richard: Akima Toa heads to Clash of Warriors to face "The Perfect Body," Adonis Grenier.
    Lucas: That was hard hitting as you could imagine it to be. A physical battle for sure.

    **We cut to a music video hyping up Antonio Garcia**
    *Commercial Break**

    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.
    Randall: The following match is scheduled for one fall and it is a number one contender's match for the GPW World Tag Team Championship.

    Waylon Jennings's Good Ol' Boys plays in the background as The Newton Boys make their entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Memphis, Tennessee, at a combined weight of 429 pounds, Roy and Zechariah, The Newton Boys.

    Richard: The Newton Boys look like a bunch of southern charmers alright.
    Lucas: More like high class southerners. These boys look like they have more tricks up their sleeve.

    Waylon Jennings's Good Ol' Boys stops playing as Drama's Left, Right plays in the background as The Drill Sergeants make their entrance.

    Randall: And their opponents, from Miami, Florida, at a combined weight of 444 pounds, Wilson and Alvarez, The Drill Sergeants.

    Richard: Believe it or not, these men were actually drill sergeants before making their way to the wrestling business.
    Lucas: Those men paid their dues and now they're here to prove that they are the best tag team in GPW.

    The bell sounds as The Newton Boys extend their hands for a handshake. The Drill Sergeants refuse and turn their backs on the Newton Boys, who assault the Drill Sergeants. Roy and Zechariah toss Alvarez out of the ring as they assault Wilson. The Newton Boys Irish whip Wilson into the ropes, and catch him with a double clothesline. Roy and Zechariah stomp away at Wilson as Alvarez charges back into the ring and attacks The Newton Boys. Roy and Zechariah exit the ring to regain their composure and plan strategy.

    **Commercial Break**
    **Promo for GPW's Clash of Warriors**

    Zechariah Newton stomps away on Wilson, followed by placing him in a headlock. Wilson fights out of the headlock and elbows Zechariah in the gut. Wilson then throws a series of punches at Zechariah, followed by clotheslining him to the canvas. Wilson then yells and barks at Roy as the referee tells him to stay away from him. Zechariah delivers a cheap shot to Wilson and slams him against a ring post, tagging in Roy. Roy stomps away on Wilson, followed by tagging in Zechariah. Zechariah does the same thing, followed by tagging in Roy. Alvarez tries to get the referee's attention, but the referee stops him from doing anything, allowing the Newton Boys to hit Wilson over the head with slapjacks repeatedly. The referee turns around and sees Roy dragging Wilson out of the corner and scoop slams him. Roy bounces off the ropes and delivers an elbow drop. Roy goes for the pin, but Wilson kicks out at 2. Roy picks Wilson from the canvas, but Wilson responds with a dropkick, that sends Roy to the canvas. Wilson crawls towards Alvarez and tags him in. Alvarez attacks Roy and Zechariah as the crowd cheers wildly for him. Alvarez scoop slams Roy and stomps on him. Alvarez climbs the top rope and goes for an elbow drop, but Zechariah pushes him off the ring post. Wilson tackles Zechariah, leading to a brawl between the two. Roy gets up and performs a schoolboy on Alvarez, getting the 3 count.

    Randall: Here are your winners, The Newton Boys.

    Richard: The Newton Boys steal one.
    Paul: More like they're heading to Clash of Warriors next week.

    We cut to a graphic featuring Logan Lemmett and Antonio Garcia
    Richard: Coming up next, our main event, Logan Lemmett and "The King of Mexican Strong Style" Antonio Garcia.

    **Music video hyping up Logan Lemmett**
    **Commercial Break**

    We cut to Lucas, Richard, and Paul at the announcers table.
    Lucas: Next week, GPW hosts its first Pay-Per-View, Clash of Warriors. Titles will be on the line as well some must-see matches.
    Richard: It's time for tonight's main event. We send you to our announcer, Randall Dixon.

    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for...
    Crowd: One fall!
    Randall: And it is a number one contender's match for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship.

    Motley Crue's Shout At The Devil plays in the background as Logan Lemmett makes his entrance.

    Randall: Introducing first, from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, weighing in at 248 pounds, Logan Lemmett.

    Richard: Logan Lemmett is a tough man. A tough, stocky man.
    Lucas: He may be a bit short, but that's not gonna stop him from creating havoc in the ring.

    Motley Crue's Shout At The Devil stops playing in the background as Vicente Fernández's Los Mandados plays in the background as Antonio Garcia makes his entrance.

    Randall: And his opponent, from Mexico City, Mexico, weighing in at 278 pounds, he is "The King of Mexican Strong Style," Antonio Garcia!

    Richard: Antonio Garcia trained in Mexico, but when he went on an excursion to Japan, he was introduced to the hard-hitting Strong Style approach of wrestling. When he came back to Mexico, he introduced this hard-hitting style and became known as "The King of Mexican Strong Style."
    Lucas: Antonio Garcia looks strong and he looks to be a future world champion.

    The bell sounds as Logan and Antonio stare each other down. Logan and Antonio lock up in a collar and elbow tie up, but Antonio shoves Logan down. Logan gets back up and kicks Antonio in the gut, followed by Irish whipping him onto the ring apron. Logan bounces off the ropes, only for Antonio to kick him in the face with his boot. Antonio enters the ring and clotheslines Logan. Logan gets up as Antonio scoop slams him to the canvas. Antonio bounces off the ropes and goes for an elbow drop. Antonio goes for the pin, but Logan kicks out at 1. Antonio picks Logan off the canvas and hits him with the forearm, but Logan fires off one of his own. Antonio goes for another forearm shot, but Logan responds with one of his own as well. Both wrestlers continue this sequence until Logan ducks underneath a forearm shot from Antonio and performs a German suplex. Logan goes for a headlock, trying to keep Antonio on the canvas. Antonio fights out of it and lifts Logan off the canvas with a Samoan drop. Antonio yells as the crowd cheers wildly. Antonio picks up Logan, who punches him in the gut, followed by punching him in the face. Logan bounces off the ropes and goes for a clothesline, but Antonio ducks under it and puts him in a Full Nelson, followed by slamming him on the canvas. Antonio goes for the cover, but Logan places his foot on the ropes. Antonio picks Logan off the canvas, who blows him, causing the referee to signal for the bell.

    Randall: Here is your winner by disqualification, Antonio Garcia.

    Logan continues assaulting Antonio until King Shaka entered the ring and made the save for Antonio.

    Lucas: King Shaka made the save.
    Richard: I am being told that at Clash of Warriors, there will be a triple threat match between King Shaka, Logan Lemmett, and Antonio Garcia for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship.
    Lucas: I can't wait for Clash of Warriors next week. For Richard Washington and Paul...
    Paul: Goodlove.
    Lucas: I'm Lucas Jones, saying goodnight everybody.
     
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    Tampa, FL
    20,500 Fans in Attendance

    1. Rafael Tizon vs. Siamese Nightmare
    2. GPW Women's Championship: Lady Sheba vs. Amy Samuels
    3. StarrVice (Rock Starr and Ricky Vice) vs. The Bad Boys on the Block (Justin Carter and Ryan Street)
    4. GPW Cruiserweight Championship: Jerome Evans vs. Masoto Ishii
    5. GPW International Championship: Adonis Grenier vs. Akima Toa
    6. No Disqualification Falls Count Anywhere Match: Gary Strange vs. Mangod
    7. GPW Tag Team Championship: The Floribama Boyz vs. The Newton Boyz
    8. GPW World Heavyweight Championship: King Shaka vs. Logan Lemmett vs. Antonio Garcia
     
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    GPW.com presents GPW Clash of Warriors Results

    Global Pro Wrestling jumped on the scene this summer and has made a splash like none other. Already with a stacked roster and a growing legion of fans, GPW looks to be heading towards the future. What better way to get some GPW action going with some results from GPW's first pay-per-view called Clash of Warriors.

    GPW Clash of Warriors
    Tampa, FL
    20,500 Fans in Attendance

    The crowd was raucous and lively in Tampa for GPW's Clash of Warriors event. Lucas Jones, Richard Washington and Paul Goodlove were on commentary for the event, which saw many championship bouts, including a triple threat match for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship between King Shaka, Logan Lemmett, and "The King of Mexican Strong Style" Antonio Garcia.

    1. Rafael Tizon vs. Siamese Nightmare
    The opening match saw former MMA fighter from the Philippines, Rafael Tizon, take on Muay Thai fighter known as the Siamese Nightmare. Throughout the match, there were kicks and elbows thrown, and it felt like an actual Muay Thai or MMA fight, rather than a wrestling match. Nevertheless, the match ended with a guillotine choke hold from Tizon to win the match.
    Rafael Tizon def. Siamese Nightmare with a Guillotine Choke Hold (8:57)

    2. GPW Women's Championship: Lady Sheba vs. Amy Samuels
    This was the first of many championship bouts for the event as Lady Sheba and Amy Samuels squared off for the GPW Women's Championship. It started out as more a showcase of technical prowess for both women, until Samuels used underhanded tactics against Lady Sheba, which angered her. Lady Sheba and Samuels turned up the intensity with their physicality, exchanging forearm shots and punches to the jaw. Samuels tried to steal a victory by going for a quick submission, but Lady Sheba overpowered Samuels with a sit-out power bomb to win the GPW Women's Championship.
    Lady Sheba def. Amy Samuels with a Sit-Out Power Bomb to win the GPW Women's Championship (10:08)

    **Promo video featuring Logan Lemmett**

    3. StarrVice (Rock Starr and Ricky Vice) vs. The Bad Boys on the Block (Justin Carter and Ryan Street)
    Shifting focus to the Cruiserweight division, a tag team match between the fun and psychedelic StarrVice and the two person boyband, The Bad Boys on the Block took place. Justin Carter and Ryan Street were in control from the start of the match as they worked over Ricky Vice. Afterwards, Vice crawled towards Rock Starr and tagged him in, as he pummeled both Carter and Street. Rock Starr was living up to his name as he was getting the crowd hyped in the match, that was until a young woman named Britney Moore seductively climbed up the apron and distracted Starr, allowing Carter to get the roll up and the three count.
    The Bad Boys on the Block def. StarrVice when Justin Carter pinned Rock Starr (10:16)

    4. GPW Cruiserweight Championship: Jerome Evans vs. Masoto Ishii
    While on the subject of the Cruiserweight Division, "The Hi-Fli Kid," Jerome Evans and Masoto Ishii were set to face each other for the GPW Cruiserweight Championship. The match started out as a showcase of technical skill and groundwork for two minutes before Ishii took over the match and further grounding Evans. Ishii looked to have the match won many times, but decided to torture and torment Evans. Ishii went to grab his kendo stick to put away Evans, but the referee stopped him. Ishii argued with the referee, allowing Evans to get back in the match and showcase his high-flying skills. Evans ended the match with a power bomb flip pin to win the GPW Cruiserweight Championship.
    Jerome Evans def. Masoto Ishii with a power bomb flip pin to win the GPW Cruiserweight Championship (10:26)

    **Promo video featuring Antonio Garcia**

    5. GPW International Championship: Adonis Grenier vs. Akima Toa
    The GPW International Championship was up for grabs as "The Perfect Body" Adonis Grenier and Akima Toa squared off. Akima brought the brawling and physicality, while Grenier brought the finesse and strength. Grenier controlled much of the match at first, but he also too busy playing up to the crowd, showing his muscular and flowing abs, strong biceps, quads, and deltoids. This allowed Akima to get back in the match and pummel Grenier. Grenier's demeanor changed from his usual cool, confident, and cocky self, to a more enraged and crazed expression. Grenier's recklessness came back to bite him on the behind as Akima Toa finished him with a power bomb into an X-Factor to win the GPW International Championship.
    Akima Toa def. Adonis Grenier with a power bomb/X-Factor combo to win the GPW International Championship (11:43)

    6. No Disqualification Falls Count Anywhere Match: Gary Strange vs. Mangod
    This match was by no means a five star masterclass in technical wrestling as "The Florida Man" Gary Strange and Mangod faced off. Mangod made his entrance, randomly headbutting fans on his way to the ring. Both Strange and Mangod brawled all over the venue, from the locker room area, all the way to the concession stands. At one point in the match, Strange brought out his pet alligator named "Mr. Happy," as it bit Mangod in the shins. Mangod headbutted Mr. Happy, only for his head to be caught in its jaws. Strange took advantage of this, hitting Mangod over the head with a variety weapons, including a stop sign, a clothing iron, and a slap jack. Mangod managed to kick out at 2, leading to a headbutting rampage, hitting not only Strange, but also the fans, the referee, Paul Goodlove, and even Mr. Happy. Mangod looked to finish the match with a Headbutt from Heaven, but Strange delivers a low blow, followed by a shot from a steel chair, leading up to his finisher, Greetings From Florida (a sitout over-the-shoulder piledriver) to get the victory.
    Gary Strange def. Mangod with Greetings From Florida (15:16)

    **Promo video featuring King Shaka**

    7. GPW Tag Team Championship: The Floribama Boyz vs. The Newton Boys
    The GPW Tag Team Championship were up for grabs as the rowdy fan favorites, The Floribama Boyz, took on the snooty, high class southerners in the Newton Boys. Jeremiah and Roy Newton started off the match with an exchange of reversal and chain grappling for a minute. The two come to a stalemate as the crowd applauds. Roy Newton goes for a handshake, only to sucker Jeremiah with a thumb to the eyes. Roy tags in Zechariah, who works on Jeremiah. The Newton Boys continue their onslaught on Jeremiah, while the referee stops Kirk from entering the ring to make the save. Eventually, Jeremiah makes the tag for Kirk, but the referee was distracted by Roy Newton. The Newton Boys looked to put the match away with a Newton's Law (Dual Twist of Fate), but Jeremiah powers out of it with a double clothesline, followed by tagging in Kirk. Kirk hypes up the crowd as he goes off on Roy and Zechariah. Kirk ends the match with a Floribama Driver on Roy for the 3 count.
    The Floribama Boyz def. The Newton Boys when Kirk used a Floribama Driver on Roy to win the GPW Tag Team Championship (15:57)

    **Promo video for the next Pay-Per-View, which is DEFCON**

    8. GPW World Heavyweight Championship: King Shaka vs. Logan Lemmett vs. Antonio Garcia
    The main event of the evening saw King Shaka, Logan Lemmett, and "The King of Mexican Strong Style," Antonio Garcia battled it out for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship. King Shaka and Antonio Garcia both beat down Logan right from the jump, but when Garcia went for the pin, King Shaka stopped him. King Shaka and Antonio Garcia stared each other down, followed by throwing overhead punches at one another. Logan rolled to the outside, watching King Shaka and Garcia batter each other for a minute. Eventually, Garcia hits King Shaka with an Aztec Suplex (cross arm german suplex) and goes for the pinfall, but Logan pulls him out of the ring and goes for the pin himself. King Shaka kicks out at 2. Garcia slides back in the ring and clotheslines Lemmett. Garcia grabs King Shaka and goes for Moctezuma's Revenge (Torture Rack into a reverse Death Valley Driver), but King Shaka elbows his way out of it and clotheslines Garcia. Logan dropkicks King Shaka out of the ring and picks Garcia for his Lemmett Breaker (Pump handle slam into a facebuster) for the win, but King Shaka stops the count. King Shaka attacks Logan and goes for a superkick, but misses as Logan rolls out of the way and attacks King Shaka. Logan then goes for his other finisher, Logan's Run (Running Powerslam), but is stopped by a big boot to the face by Garcia. Garcia hits Moctezuma's Revenge on Logan and goes for the pin, but King Shaka stops the count and catches Garcia with a King's Crown (Spinning Falcon Arrow) for the 3 count.
    King Shaka def. Antonio Garcia and Logan Lemmett, when Shaka used King's Crown on Garcia to win the GPW World Heavyweight Championship (20:28)

    The show ends with King Shaka being awarded the GPW World Heavyweight Championship and addressing the crowd. He tells them that he will put GPW on his shoulders and carry them to new heights. Black streamers and confetti shower the ring as the crowd goes home happy. There you have it, the results from GPW's Clash of Warriors. For more info on all things GPW, keep it here on GPW.com.
     
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    15,000 Fans in Attendance

    1. Jason Reynolds vs. Chris Madness
    2. Kimiko Harashima vs. Ivy Fernandez
    3. El Colibri vs. Masoto Ishii vs. Hwan Junghae
    4. Perfect Business (Adonis Grenier and Mr. Business) vs. The Best Buds (Kenny and Jeremy)
    5. Kaine Harris vs. LeJuan Jones
    6. Antonio Garcia vs. Logan Lemmett
     
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    GPW Friday Night Beatdown
    Jacksonville, FL
    15,000 Fans in Attendance

    We open on a 30 second montage intro for the show. Afterwards, we are treated to cheering fans, leading us to our announcers.

    Lucas Jones: Good evening ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to GPW Friday Night Beatdown! I'm Lucas Jones, alongside my colleagues Richard Washington and Paul...

    Paul Goodlove: Goodlove.

    Lucas: Tonight, we have new champions crowned from our first Pay-Per-View, Clash of Warriors and we also have a number one contender's match for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship as our main event between "The King of Mexican Strong Style" Antonio Garcia and Logan Lemmett. We now We take it to our announcer in the ring, Randall Dixon.

    Randall Dixon is currently standing in the ring.
    Randall: Our first contest of the night is scheduled for one fall.



    J. Cole's "ATM" plays in the background as Jason Reynolds makes his entrance.



    Randall: Introducing first, from Charlotte, North Carolina, weighing in at 235 pounds, Jason Reynolds!



    Richard: Jason Reynolds once played college football and basketball before making the jump to pro wrestling.
    Lucas: He's young and athletic, so he has a lot going for him.



    J. Cole's "ATM" stops playing in the background as System Of A Down's Toxicity plays in the background while Chris Madness makes his entrance.


    Randall: And his opponent, from Peoria, Illinois, weighing in at 238 pounds, Chris Madness!


    Lucas: Two weeks ago on Friday Night Beatdown, Chris Madness lost to Emilio Chavez, but he still looks crazed regardless.

    Richard: Keep him away from Paul, that’s for sure.

    Paul: Or Mangod for that matter.


    Chris Madness charges at Jason with of overhead punches, but Jason responds back with punches of his own. Chris delivers a boot to the midsection of Jason, followed by an overhead punch. Chris then puts Jason in a leg lock. Jason kicks his way out of the leg lock and stands up to his feet, only for Chris to deliver a sweep kick, sending Jason back to the canvas. Chris then puts Jason in a recliner submission hold, but Jason grabs the ropes, forcing Chris Madness to release the hold. Chris furiously stomps away on Jason before the referee stops him. Chris picks Jason back to his feet, Irish whips him into the ropes and goes for a clothesline, but Jason ducks under it, bounces off the ropes and spears Chris. Jason gets up and yells as the crowd cheers. Jason picks Chris up and delivers a scoop slam, followed by bouncing off the ropes and delivering a knee drop on Chris’s stomach. Jason picks Chris back to his feet, only for Chris to scratch him in the eyes. Chris headbutts Jason, causing him to fall back to the canvas. Chris climbs the top turnbuckle and is about to hit body splash on Jason, who counters by lifting his knees and stopping Chris. Jason gets up and hoists Chris over his shoulder and slamming him to the ground. Jason climbs the top turnbuckle and hits Chris with an elbow drop. Jason pins Chris as the referee makes the three count.


    Randall: Here is your winner, Jason Reynolds.


    Lucas: Jason Reynolds picks up the victory over Chris Madness.

    Richard: Hard fought victory for him.


    We cut to a graphic featuring Kaine Harris and LeJuan Jones.

    Lucas: Still to come, Kaine Harris takes on LeJuan Jones in what should be an interesting matchup.


    We cut to a graphic featuring Logan Lemmett and Antonio Garcia.

    Richard: And our main event, a number one contender’s match for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship between Logan Lemmett and “The King of Mexican Strong Style,” Antonio Garcia.


    We cut to a graphic featuring Kimiko Harashima and Ivy Fernandez.

    Lucas: But up next, women’s action takes place as Kimiko Harashima faces “The Dominican She-Devil” Ivy Fernandez.


    **Commercial Break**


    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.

    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall.


    PRETTYMUCH’s “Would You Mind” plays in the background as Kimiko Harashima makes her entrance.


    Randall: Introducing first, from Yokohama, Japan, Kimiko Harashima.


    Lucas: Kimiko Harashima looks very lively and the crowd loves her for it.

    Richard: Not to mention that she can dance.


    Kimiko Harashima enters the ring and starts dancing. She stops as PRETTYMUCH’s “Would You Mind” stops playing in the background. N.O.R.E.’s Mas Maiz plays in the background as Ivy Fernandez makes her entrance.


    Randall: And her opponent, from Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, she is the “Dominican She Devil,” Ivy Fernandez!


    Paul: Now that right there, is a real woman. Oh hurt me, hurt me, hurt me now.

    Richard: Hurt you like the way Mangod did at Clash of Warriors or when your wife will hurt after this show is over?

    Paul: Pipe down, Richard!


    Ivy pushes Kimiko aside as starts dancing provocatively in front of the crowd, shaking her hips and winding around. Kimiko sneaks up on Ivy and rolls her up for a schoolboy pin, and only gets a two count. Kimiko smiles at Ivy, while showing her two fingers, letting her know that she almost lost the match quickly. Ivy slaps Kimiko, whose expression changes from jovial to serious as Ivy stands to her feet. Kimiko kicks Ivy in the gut and Irish whips her into the ropes, but Ivy reverses it, sending Kimiko into the ropes. Kimiko bounces off the ropes and ducks underneath a clothesline from Ivy, bounces off the ropes again and catches Ivy with a head scissors takedown. Kimiko yells as the crowd cheers. Kimiko charges at Ivy with an elbow attack, but Ivy ducks and rolls Kimiko up with her own schoolboy pin, but Kimiko kicks out at 2. Ivy smirks and shows Kimiko two fingers and lightly patting her on the cheek, much to Kimiko’s dismay, who elbows Ivy in the face. Ivy responds with a boot to the face. Ivy then chokes Kimiko as the referee does a five count. Ivy lets go of Kimiko around the count of four. Ivy then drags Kimiko by her hair and slams her face on the mat. Ivy then mocks Kimiko’s dancing, followed by smacking her own butt and stomping on Kimiko’s back. Ivy picks Kimiko off the canvas and Irish whips her into the ropes. Kimiko bounces off the ropes and ducks underneath a clothesline from Ivy, followed by bouncing off the ropes and ducking Ivy’s backhand fist. Kimiko bounces off the ropes and delivers a dropkick, sending Ivy bouncing on the canvas. Kimiko yells, followed by bouncing off the ropes and delivers an elbow shot to Ivy’s face. Kimiko climbs the turnbuckle and delivers another dropkick on Ivy. Kimiko gets behind Ivy, sits on her shoulders, turns around and goes for a hurricanrana pin. Ivy kicks out at 2. Ivy gets up and swings at Kimiko with a right hook, but misses as Kimiko ducks and delivers a sidekick to the gut, followed by a tornado DDT. Kimiko climbs the turnbuckle and hits a Rolling Yokohama (630 senton splash) on Ivy and goes for the pin as the referee counts to 3.


    Randall: Here is your winner, Kimiko Harashima.


    Lucas: Kimiko Harashima gets the victory.

    Paul: I was hoping Ivy Fernandez was going to get the win. I think someone should check on her.

    Richard: Sit down, Paul.


    Kimiko Harashima starts dancing in the ring and gets the referee involved.


    We cut to the backstage area as we see King Shaka walking around with the GPW World Heavyweight Championship. He stops when he sees Monroe Storm approaching him.


    King Shaka: Can I help you?

    Monroe: More like how I can help you.

    King Shaka: What do you mean?

    Monroe: My name is Monroe Storm and I’m drawn to people of high status. A man of your status needs a woman of high caliber in his corner.

    King Shaka: True, but I do not need a woman of your “high caliber” to be in my corner. Kings fight alone, and kings handle their business by themselves.

    Monroe: You say that now, but when the odds are stacked against you, you’ll need someone in your corner. Think about it.


    Monroe Storm licks her lips and blows a kiss before leaving King Shaka.


    Richard (o/s): What does she mean by that?

    Paul (o/s): I don’t know, but I would love to have Miss Monroe in my services.

    Lucas (o/s): Knock it off, Paul.


    We open on a graphic featuring El Colibri, Masoto Ishii, and Hwan Junghae

    Lucas: Coming up, we have cruiserweight action coming your way as El Colibri, Masoto Ishii, and Hwan Junghae are in action. And they are next!


    **Commercial Break**


    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.

    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall.


    The March of Death theme plays in the background as El Colibri makes his entrance.


    Randall: Introducing first, from Guadalajara, Mexico, weighing in at 165 pounds, El Colibri.


    Lucas: El Colibri came up short two weeks ago in his bid to be a part of the GPW Cruiserweight Championship, thanks to Masoto Ishii.

    Richard: No doubt, El Colibri looks to gain some retribution.


    The March of Death theme stops playing in the background as OZROSAURUS’s AREA AREA plays in the background.


    Randall: Introducing next, from Yokohama, Japan, weighing in at 175 pounds, Masoto Ishii.


    Richard: Masoto Ishii also came up short in his bid to win the GPW Cruiserweight Championship, but he was thwarted by the inaugural champion, “The Hi-Fli Kid,” Jerome Evans.

    Lucas: He still looks ornery from that loss, but he’s looking to take it out on the competition.


    OZROSAURUS’s AREA AREA stops playing in the background as B.A.P.’s Hurricane plays in the background.


    Randall: And finally, from Seoul, South Korea, weighing in at 180 pounds, he is “The Korean Idol” Hwan Junghae!


    Lucas: Hwan Junghae lives up to his nickname. He used to be part of a boy band before he announced to his fans that he was getting into pro wrestling.

    Paul: He’s too pretty looking to be in pro wrestling. He would get his face rearranged.

    Richard: Don’t judge a book by its cover, Paul.

    Paul: I’m not the one that’s reading it, am I?


    El Colibri charges at Masoto with a headscissors takedown and goes for a pin, but Masoto kicks out of it and reverses the pin, only for El Colibri to kick out of it. Junghae runs past both El Colibri and Masoto towards the turnbuckle and executes a moonsault, knocking both of them out.


    Richard: My goodness what a moonsault from Hwan Junghae. Folks, stick around, we got more action on the way.


    **Commercial Break**


    We cut back to the arena, as Junghae and El Colibri are chain wrestling each other to a stalemate. The crowd applauds as Junghae and El Colibri shake hands as a sign of respect. Masoto climbs the turnbuckle after being thrown out of the ring and delivers a dropkick, knocking both Junghae and El Colibri down. Masoto stomps away on El Colibri, followed by mounting Junghae and punching him several times before the referee stops him. Masoto glares and scowls at the referee for a few seconds before turning his attention to El Colibri, who surprises him with a kip up hurricanrana. El Colibri then jumps on the top rope and hits a moonsault, which transitions into a DDT. El Colibri goes for the cover, but Junghae quickly breaks it up. Junghae Irish whips El Colibri into the ropes. El Colibri bounces off the ropes and slides underneath Junghae and catches him with a handstand hurricanrana, followed by a dropkick. El Colibri bounces off the ropes and goes for a tilt-a-whirl headscissors takedown, sending Junghae out the ring. El Colibri goes for a suicide dive, but he’s cut off by a running knee strike from Masoto. Masoto hammers El Colbri with overhead punches, followed by a DDT. Masoto mounts El Colibri and punches away at him, followed by gnawing on his face and trying to rip off El Colibri’s mask, which makes the referee get inolved and stop Masoto. Masoto confronts the referee and snarls at him. Masoto turns around, only for Junghae to catch him with a flying forearm. Junghae drops Masoto with a punch every time he gets back up, and ends the sequence with a dropkick. Junghae delivers a hip toss on Masoto, followed by climbing the turnbuckle and delivering a moonsault, which misses its mark. Masoto goes for the La Magistral cradle on Junghae, but El Colibri breaks up the pin. Masoto and El Colibri continued fighting until Masoto counters a hurricanrana from El Colibri with a power bomb. Junghae surprises Masoto with a super kick, sending him to the canvas. Junghae climbs the turnbuckle and hits another moonsault on Masoto as the referee makes the three count.


    Randall: Here is your winner, “The Korean Idol,” Hwan Junghae!


    Lucas: Hwan Junghae picks up the victory here tonight.

    Richard: That was a hard fought victory for him, but I doubt the feud between El Colibri and Masato Ishii.


    We cut to the backstage area as we see LeJuan James, Brother Julius, and Janet Caruso.

    Janet: I’m standing here with Brother Julius and LeJuan Jones.

    Brother Julius: Ahem, don’t you mean the number one draft pick and should’ve been GPW World Heavyweight Champion, LeJuan Jones?

    Janet: Right, excuse me. I’m standing here with Brother Julius and the number one draft pick and should’ve been GPW World Heavyweight Champion, LeJuan Jones.

    Brother Julius: Much better.

    Janet: So…number one draft pick and should’ve been GPW World Heavyweight Champion, LeJuan Jones, what are your views on your co main-event match tonight against your opponent, Kaine Harris?

    LeJuan: …Kaine who…

    Janet: Kaine Harris? He’s your opponent for tonight?

    LeJuan: Man, listen, I should’ve been in the main event, not some stocky muscular built Canadian or some so called “King of Mexican Strong Style,” I mean, what is Mexican Strong Style?

    Janet: Well, Mexican Strong Style is—

    LeJuan: I didn’t ask for you to answer that for me, did I?

    Janet: Uh…

    LeJuan: Did I?

    Janet: No.

    LeJuan: Okay then. Now as I was saying, I should’ve been GPW World Heavyweight Champion and now I’m facing some two-bit chump that nobody knows about? Man, please.

    *LeJuan Jones and Brother Julius walks past Janet*


    **Commercial Break**


    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.

    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall.


    Rick Ross’s The Boss plays in the background as Mr. Business makes his entrance.


    Randall: Introducing first, from his penthouse suite office, weighing in at 237 pounds, he is Mr. Business.


    Lucas: Mr. Business looks like he just came out of an important meeting of his own or something.

    Paul: He’s got a nice suit on. I wonder if he can give me the number to his tailor.

    Richard: Good luck.


    Rick Ross’s The Boss stops playing as Mr. Business stands on the stage. Era’s Ameno plays in the background as Adonis Grenier makes his entrance.


    Randall: And his tag team partner, from the South of France, weighing in at a perfectly solid 235 pounds, he is “The Perfect Body,” Adonis Grenier.


    Lucas: “The Perfect Body,” Adonis Grenier came up short at Clash of Warriors, when he lost to Akima Toa for the GPW International Championship.

    Paul: He may have lost that match, but he’s still winning with those abs. Or should I say, my abs.

    Richard: Oh come on, Paul. When was the last time you had abs like those?

    Paul: A man can’t dream? Geez.


    Mr. Business and Adonis Grenier make their way to the ring as Era’s Ameno stops playing. The Russian Futurists’s “Paul Simon” plays in the background as Kenny and Jeremy make their entrance.


    Randall: And their opponents, at a combined weight of 420 pounds, they are Kenny and Jeremy, The Best Buds!


    Lucas: This duo here looks like a fun team.

    Paul: Fun? More like they smell of weed.

    Richard: Their combined weight is 420 pounds, so you never know.

    Paul: Oh, I know.


    Kenny and Jeremy grin and give a thumbs up to Adonis and Mr. Business, who don’t reciprocate the exchange at all. Adonis and Mr. Business deliver a boot to Kenny and Jeremy respectively, followed by overhead punches to the back of their heads. Adonis and Mr. Business throws Kenny and Jeremy out of the ring and arrogantly wipe their hands, followed by Adonis flexing for the crowd and Mr. Business doing a pose similar to Okada. Kenny and Jeremy slide back in the ring and deliver an in-stereo dropkick to the backs of Adonis and Mr. Business, sending them out of the ring. Kenny and Jeremy grin and give the crowd a thumbs up.


    Lucas: We’ll be back with more action after this.


    **Commercial Break**


    Adonis twists Jeremy’s arm, followed by elbowing it several times. Adonis flips Jeremy to the canvas, followed by arrogantly stepping over him and flexing his muscles. Adonis picks Jeremy to his feet and throws him into the turnbuckle, where Mr. Business is standing at and tags him in. Mr. Business enters the ring and stomps away on Jeremy. Mr. Business delivers a European uppercut, followed by biel toss. Mr. Business delivers a soccer kick to the back of Jeremy, followed by putting him in a chin lock. Mr. Business then places Jeremy in a headlock, while elbowing him. Jeremy elbows his way out of the hold and tags in Kenny, who clotheslines Mr. Business, followed by knocking Adonis off the ring apron. Kenny flies towards Mr. Business with a flying forearm, followed by a springboard moonsault off the second rope. Kenny picks Mr.Business off the canvas and deliver a series of punches, followed by a jumping back kick. Kenny bounces off the ropes and connects with a low dropkick to the shins of Mr. Business. Kenny follows it up with a roundhouse kick to the head of Mr. Business, followed by hitting a scoop slam. Kenny then tags in Jeremy, who climbs the turnbuckle and hits a leg drop. Jeremy goes for the pin, but Adonis comes in and stops the count of 3. Kenny and Adonis battle on the outside as Jeremy and Mr. Business fight in the ring. Mr. Business delivers a low blow on Jeremy followed by his finisher, Pink Slip (Wrist-lock transitioned into a short-arm lariat) to pick up the victory.


    Randall: Here are your winners, Adonis Grenier and Mr. Business, Perfect Business.


    Lucas: Perfect Business picks up the win.

    Richard: More like they stole one.

    Paul: Much like how Adonis Grenier stole my abs.

    Richard: Will you give it a rest, Paul?

    Paul: No, I’m not going to give it a rest.


    We cut to a dark backstage area as we see Kaine Harris, wearing a hoodie and jeans punching a wall. He stops.


    Kaine: Growing up, every day was a fight. It didn’t matter whether you won or lost, it was matter of never backing down from someone who challenges you.


    Kaine turns around and faces the camera.


    Kaine: I’ve battled many opponents in the past. Some physical, some spiritual, and some mental. I may have faced a lot of devils, but I always have an angel in my corner.


    Jessica, a young woman in a red dress, stands right next to Kaine, and hugs him.


    Kaine: Whoever wants a piece of me, I’ll be waiting.


    Lucas (o/s): Kaine Harris is in action next.


    **Commercial Break**


    We cut back to the arena as Randall stands in the ring.

    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall.


    Buckshot, Skyzoo, Promise, and Sean Price's Better Than You plays in the background as LeJuan Jones makes his entrance, with Brother Julius behind him.

    Randall: Introducing first, accompanied to the ring by Brother Julius, from Columbus, Ohio, weighing at 240 pounds, he is "The Number One Draft Pick," LeJuan Jones.

    Lucas: LeJuan Jones believes that he should be the GPW World Heavyweight Champion, but he’s got a long ways to go.

    Paul: Oh no, he’s going to win that title sooner or later. Book it.


    Buckshot, Skyzoo, Promise, and Sean Price's Better Than You stops playing in the background as Yonosuke Kitamura’s “Lunatic” plays in the background as Kaine Harris makes his entrance, with Jessica behind him.


    Randall: And his opponent, accompanied to the ring by Jessica, from Oakland, California, weighing in at 245 pounds, Kaine Harris.


    Lucas: Kaine Harris grew up on the rough streets of Oakland, but made his way from street fighting to amateur boxing to pro wrestling. He’s truly a fighter.

    Paul: Any chance that Jessica wants to ditch Kaine for yours truly?

    Richard: I don’t think you want to get beat any more than you did last week by Mangod.

    Paul: I’m still gonna sue him for assault.


    LeJuan and Kaine stare down each other. LeJuan sees Jessica and smirks at her, causing Kaine to throw a punch at him, followed by another punch and a boot to the gut. Kaine bounces off the ropes and delivers a DDT to LeJuan. Kaine furthers his offense as he mounts LeJuan and pounds him with punches. The referee stops Kaine, who scares him away. Kaine goes to pick LeJuan back off the ground, but LeJuan catches him with a jawbreaker, followed by a boot to the gut and a swinging neck breaker. LeJuan goes for a pin, but Kaine kicks out. LeJuan goes for a chin lock to slow Kaine down, but Kaine fights his way out of it, twists LeJuan’s arm and clotheslines him. Kaine returns the favor for LeJuan with a chin lock of his own. LeJuan manages to stand up and delivers another jawbreaker, freeing himself. LeJuan gets up and delivers a dropkick. LeJuan looks at Jessica and winks at her. Jessica shows her disgust at LeJuan. LeJuan turns his attention to Kaine pummel him with overhead punches. LeJuan bounces off the ropes, but Jessica stops his momentum by grabbing his foot. LeJuan argues with Jessica, while Brother Julius delivered cheap shots at Kaine’s face. LeJuan turns his attention back to Kaine as Brother Julius adjusts himself. LeJuan shoves Kaine into a turnbuckle, climbs it and delivers ten punches. LeJuan Irish whips Kaine into a corner and clotheslines him. LeJuan Irish whips Kaine into the previous corner and clotheslines him again. LeJuan then delivers a bulldog to Kaine. LeJuan pins Kaine, who kicks out at 2. LeJuan sets Kaine up for his finisher, Game Winner, but Kaine reverses the maneuver and delivers a boot to the face. LeJuan charges at Kaine, who catches him with his finisher, Raising Kaine (Sky High/ High-angle spinning sitout spine buster). Kaine pins LeJuan as the referee makes the 3 count.


    Randall: Here is your winner, Kaine Harris!


    Lucas: A big win for Kaine Harris.

    Richard: Expect this guy to do big things in the future.

    Paul: My future’s still with Jessica.

    Lucas: Not if Kaine has anything to say about that.


    We cut to a graphic featuring Logan Lemmett and Antonio Garcia.

    Richard: Up next, our main event, a number one contender’s match for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship between Logan Lemmett and “The King of Mexican Strong Style,” Antonio Garcia.


    **Commercial Break**

    **Promo for GPW’s DEFCON**


    We cut to outside of the arena, getting a view of Jacksonville.

    Lucas: We are coming to you live from Jacksonville, Florida for GPW Friday Night Beatdown. GPW's DEFCON will be our September event and you can watch it live on Pay-Per-View.


    We cut back to the arena as we see Randall standing in the ring.

    Randall: The following contest is scheduled for one fall and it is a number one contender's bout for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship.


    Motley Crue's Shout At The Devil plays in the background as Logan Lemmett makes his entrance.


    Randall: Introducing first, from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, weighing in at 248 pounds, Logan Lemmett.


    Richard: Logan Lemmett almost became GPW World Heavyweight Champion at Clash of Warriors.

    Lucas: Logan still has a chance to become champion if he can defeat his opponent tonight.


    Motley Crue's Shout At The Devil stops playing in the background as Vicente Fernández's Los Mandados plays in the background as Antonio Garcia makes his entrance.


    Randall: And his opponent, from Mexico City, Mexico, weighing in at 278 pounds, he is "The King of Mexican Strong Style," Antonio Garcia!


    Richard: Antonio Garcia was one second away from becoming GPW World Heavyweight Champion, but like Logan Lemmett, he too, came up short.

    Lucas: Antonio Garcia could be the one to take that opportunity heading into DEFCON.


    The bell sounds as Logan and Antonio stare each other down. Logan and Antonio lock up in a test of strength for a few seconds. Antonio overpowers Logan and flexes his muscles at him. Logan delivers a boot to the gut of Antonio and delivers a few punches. Logan bounces off the ropes, only for Antonio to deliver a clothesline. Antonio grabs Logan by his waist, picks him up and power bombs him back on the canvas. Antonio goes for the cover, but Logan kicks out. Antonio picks Logan off the ground and goes to clothesline him, but Logan ducks underneath and delivers a German Suplex, followed by another German Suplex, and another German Suplex. Logan stomps on the hand of Antonio, followed by nonchalantly kicking him in the face. Antonio gets up and delivers a forearm to Logan’s face. Logan delivers a forearm back at Antonio, who answers back with another forearm shot. Logan answers back with another forearm shot, only for Antonio to drop Logan with a punch to the forehead. Antonio grabs Logan by the waist, lifts him off the canvas and paces a few steps before power bombing on the canvas for a pin. Logan kicks out at 2. Antonio places Logan in a front headlock and rolls left to right with him, until Logan escapes the hold and twists up Antonio’s arm and bangs it against his shoulder. Logan scoop slams Antonio on the canvas and delivers a knee drop to Antonio’s face. Logan places Antonio in a chin lock, but Antonio overpowers him as he gets up and delivers a Blue Thunder Bomb. Antonio yells at the crowd, who roars in approval. Antonio picks Logan up and scoop slams him on the canvas. Antonio bounces off the ropes and goes for an elbow drop, but Logan moves out of the way. Logan gets up and places Antonio in another headlock. Antonio powers his way back to his feet, flips Logan over his head, who lands on his feet. Antonio bounces off the ropes and goes for a clothesline, but Logan derails him with a knee to the gut. Logan goes for a German Suplex, but gets a 2 count. He picks Antonio up and delivers another German Suplex, still getting the same 2 count. Logan goes for another German Suplex, but Antonio starts to elbow his way out of it. Logan releases the hold as Antonio turns around and clotheslines him. Antonio picks up Logan from behind and places him on his shoulders, looking to use his finisher, Moctezuma’s Revenge, but Logan elbows his way out of it. Logan lifts Antonio on his shoulders and looks to hit his finisher, Logan’s Run, but Antonio slips out of it and places Logan on his shoulders and hits him with Moctezuma’s Revenge (Torture Rack into a reverse Death Valley Driver). Antonio pins Logan as the referee counts to 3.


    Randall: Here is your winner and the number one contender for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship, “The King of Mexican Strong Style,” Antonio Garcia!


    Richard: Antonio Garcia is the number one contender for the GPW World Heavyweight Championship, and he could face King Shaka at DEFCON.

    Lucas: A big, big win for “The King of Mexican Strong Style.”

    Richard: Well, next week, we will have a six man cruiserweight showdown as El Colibri teams up with the “The Korean Idol,” Hwan Junghae and the GPW Cruiserweight Champion, “The Hi-Fli Kid,” Jerome Evans, against, Masoto Ishii and “The Bad Boys on the Block,” Justin Carter and Ryan Street, “The Amazon,” Diana Artemis takes on “Brazilian Venom,” Ana Coracao, and our main, event LeJuan Jones takes on the deranged head butting madman, Mangod.

    Paul: Keep that psychopath away from me!

    Lucas: I’m sure he won’t hurt you, Paul. For Richard Washington and Paul…

    Paul: Goodlove.

    Lucas: I’m Lucas Jones, saying goodnight everybody.
     
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    Ft. Lauderdale, FL
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    1. Kazuhiro Arai vs. Siamese Nightmare
    2. Diana Artemis vs. Ana Coracao
    3. Six Man Tag Match: El Colibri, Hwan Junghae, and Jerome Evans vs. Masoto Ishii, Justin Carter and Ryan Street
    4. Kaine Harris vs. Marcelo Ronaldo
    5. LeJuan Jones vs. Mangod
     
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