Post by Big Time Fights on Sept 12, 2020 16:23:03 GMT
The opening video to All Star Wrestling introduces us to some of the top names of the promotion before opening up to Sam Hewitt and Brian Shelzi.
From the Gateway to the West! St. Louis, Missouri! Hello everyone and welcome to the National Wrestling Federation! This is All Star Wrestling and I am Sam Hewitt, joined by "The Purebred" Brian Shelzi and Brian, there's lots of exciting action on tonight's program.
You got it, Sambo. We want the NWF to be the best program in wrestling and to deliver on such a boast, we've gathered some of the best wrestlers north of the 205lbs mark from not just the United States, but the world. A man who will be in action in mere moments in Kenji Hattori, coming to us from the Battle Japan group. He is being guided on his American excursion by someone fans may be familiar with... Riel Buck.
Speak of the devil. The Soulless Ginger walks out to boos.
Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce an individual who will shock and amaze you. A man so talented that the finest trainers in Japan realized they lacked the abilities to teach to his maximum ability, so they sent him to learn from yours truly. Ladies and gentlemen, and you too, Sammy, I introduce you Japan’s greatest export since the Mazda 767B. I give to you Kenji Hattori!
Hattori walks out from the back and bows in the direction of his manager and the commentary desk, but keeps his eyes fixated on Cyclone Bill - his opponent this evening, who is already inside the ring.
I'd love to stay and chat, but I won't have time to say all that I'd like to.
Riel joins his client at ringside.
It's been a pleasure, Riel, as always.
We could broadcast sixty minutes commercial free and he'd still be talking.
Why can't you be nice, Sambo? Riel has brought us Kenji Hattori, a man he claims is Japan's greatest export. Think about that claim for a minute... how many great things have the Japanese given us? And Hattori is the best of the bunch? This kid's gotta be special.
Well, let's find out.
MASON MARVELLE Ladies and gentlemen, your opening contest here on All Star Wrestling is one fall with a ten minute time limit. Introducing first from Raleigh, North Carolina, he weighs in at two hundred and fifteen pounds... CYCLONE BILL!
Bill raises an arm.
His opponent from Japan! He weighs in at two hundred and twenty nine pounds! Presented to you by Riel Buck and his Buck'n Army... KENJI HATTORI!
Hattori bows as the ring clears.
MASON MARVELLE Your referee for this bout is Jerry Roberts.
The bell sounds and Cyclone Bill comes out circling, but Hattori unleashes a quick savate kick that misses but backs Bill up into the corner. With nowhere to go, Bill tries to launch into offense but gets kicked in the gut and chopped in the throat! Bill goes down to a knee, but Hattori drags him from the corner and puts him on the mat with a snapmare, following it up with a kick to the back. Cyclone stiffens up and heads out of the ring for a time out, but Hattori offers no such breathers as he collides, body to body with a suicide dive!
Oof! I've seen a lot of men use that move, but I'm not sure I've seen any hit it with the tenacity that young Kenji Hattori just did!
Something akin to a missile-style crossbody block, I think Cyclone Bill is out!
Indeed, Roberts' count reaches eight as Hattori slides back inside... then nine, then ten. He waves off the match as Riel Buck gets up into the ring and raises his clients' hand, yelling "I TOLD YOU!" repeatedly in Hewitt and Shelzi's direction.
NEXT WEEK ON ALL STAR WRESTLING...
"SPORTS GUY" DEBUTS!
Welcome back to the program, fans. We've got Scott Sterling and Bryan Burke, two of the tallest wrestlers you're likely to see in the NWF set to do battle but while the introductions are taking place, let's take you to some comments that Sterling made earlier...
Scott Sterling is dressed in his black leather vest, hair dripping wet.
All of you people out there within the sound of my voice: I am Scott Sterling and I am here in the NWF to do ONE thing and ONE thing only. I'm going to make money and win the title.
He adjusts his vest.
When it's all said and done, the name Scott Sterling will be forever associated with the NWF because everything around here will go through me.
The inset promo goes away, bringing our attention back to the match at hand.
That was two.
He said he was here to do one thing, then went on to say he'd win the title and make money.
In my experience, Brian, I have found that winning a championship does entitle you to a larger paycheck.
Ah, but Sambo... what do you know about winning?
Bryan Burke, all 6'6" / 250lbs of him, catches Scott Sterling by surprise out of the lock-up with an arm drag. Burke pops up quite pleased with himself and invites Sterling to take a free shot... and so he does! The 6'8" / 225lbs Sterling wallops him with a lariat! Burke goes down and flops about, looking for some kind of safety on the outside but Sterling pulls him back to his feet and clasps his hands around the paunch of Burke... and nails a release German suplex! The crowd eats it up and Sterling climbs back to a vertical base and riles them up, telling them to watch this! He grabs Burke, stuffs him between his legs and hoists him up in the air...
Sterling gets his arm raised by Robbie Morris, as we go to the replay.
A short, but very impressive victory for one Scott Sterling who brings Bryan Burke up into the air for the powerbomb... but not just your run-of-the-mill powerbomb, he hoists him up a bit more - increasing the elevation and putting an exclamation point on the word powerbomb! A seven foot drop at least! And that's what gives Scott Sterling the victory.
Sure, but what happens when he doesn't have a man's love handles to grab onto to hoist 'em up for that powerbomb? Think he still can?
It appears his muscles are more than just aesthetic, yes. Fans, we're going to take a quick break but when we come back we'll have your main event featuring Blake Mitchell, plus some comments from the man also. Stay tuned!
YOUR MAIN EVENT ON ALL STAR WRESTLING...
IS COMING RIGHT UP!
A dark room... but suddenly, a face appears.
I was the kind, considerate and person you’ve always been told about but... no more! See I was sick and tired of being sick and tired so out with the Saint of yesteryear and Enter the Beast! My name is Blake Mitchell and Phil Dixon will learn first hand about the suffering...
"Beast" by Nico Vega plays over the sound system, Blake Mitchell smugly walks out from the back and circles around the ring. He grabs the middle rope and pulls himself up onto the apron while referee Cordell Garner asks Phil Dixon to stand back as Mitchell gets in.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is your main event here on All Star Wrestling and it is set for one fall with television time remaining. Introducing first from Kansas City, Missouri, he weighs in at two hundred and sixty pounds... PHIL DIXON!
Dixon smiles and waves, likely having family here.
MASON MARVELLE His opponent from Seattle, Washington! He weighs in at two hundred and twenty five pounds... BLAKE MITCHELL!
Mitchell removes his black leather jacket and tosses it to a ring attendant.
MASON MARVELLE Your referee for this bout is Cordell Garner!
The bell sounds and after a brief feeling out process with some false starts, the two lock-up and Dixon takes a side headlock... but Mitchell starts him into the ropes and shoots him off. On the return, Mitchell drops down in an effort to trip Dixon up but he stomps him! Dixon hits the ropes again, but Mitchell gets back up and cuts him off with a single leg dropkick! Dixon goes down hard, the Beast grabs him and makes a quick cover...
A lot of ferocity behind that dropkick. Blake Mitchell was once a fan favourite, but betrayal has turned him from a Saint into a Beast. My question is was the betrayal the cause or just a scapegoat for this change in behaviour?
You think this man facilitated a betrayal so that he could become a distrusting person?
Objectively speaking, the true colours of many individuals are revealed during hard times. Being distrusting is one thing, but the man's outlook in life has gone to black and white levels. Perhaps this betrayal led to him deciding to embrace his true self.
Who hurt you?
Mitchell grabs the arm of Dixon and rolls him close to the apron, Mitchell exits the ring and grabs the arm from the outside... and slams it down on the edge of the ring! Dixon rolls back into the centre of the ring in pain, Mitchell slides back in after order from Garner and steps on the elbow... then stomps on the hand! The Beast doesn't allow any breathing room for the home state hero, he sits on his back and clasps his hands under the chin - a camel clutch! As Dixon gets some fan support, Mitchell decides to to jam his fingers in the eyes! Garner warns him and yells at him to release the hold!
I'm not sure what's in Garner's craw about that. Has he never ridden a camel? Sometimes when things start getting a little bouncy, you gotta jam your fingers in its eyes to calm it down.
Yeah... don't do that, fans. Please.
Have you ever ridden a camel?
Blake Mitchell tells Garner to shut up, and points a finger at him but Dixon uses this brief lapse in judgment to break free and slips out the back. He pulls Mitchell's feet from underneath him, bringing him down chest first onto the mat. Dixon then stomps him before dropping on his back and applying a camel clutch of his own! Dixon plays it by the book, cranking back to increase the pressure but Mitchell stays calm despite the grimace on his face...
searching for the ropes with his legs...
he finds them! Dixon releases the hold and tries to follow up, but Garner warns him he has to let him off the ropes. Mitchell gets up and cuts Dixon off with a kick to the gut, then Irish whips him into the corner! He charges in but finds nothing but buckle! Dixon turns and blasts him, then climbs onto the second rope and raises his fist to the delight of the fans. He begins pounding away, hurriedly punching along to the fans' count but Garner interrupts his fun and tells him he's gotta get out of the corner. Mitchell grabs Dixon and steps out... dropping him face first onto the top turnbuckle! Dixon turns around...
BLINDSIDE! THE ROLLING ELBOW CONNECTS!
Mitchell drops and covers, hooking the leg as he gestures 1-2-3 with his free hand along with Garner's count. The bell sounds and Mitchell refuses Garner's arm raise, opting to do it himself. Our replay comes up and Shelzi runs us through it.
Look here, Sambo. Phil Dixon gets a little carried away, excited to learn that his family members can count past five - he's punching away, having a good time but forgets you got to let the man out of the corner or you risk being disqualified. Blake Mitchell sees an opening, maybe thinking Buckle Bomb but why exert the effort when you can drop a man face first on said buckle? Dixon's mush meets it, then he gets an up close VIP ticket to Mitchell's elbow! Appropriately named the Blindside and that seals the deal. Thanks for coming, Philip!
Mitchell looks as though he's not done with Dixon back in real time, but Garner steps between the two and Mitchell smirks and backs off. He leaves the ring and heads to the back.
Crisis averted there, perhaps. Blake Mitchell looked like he had something more on his mind, but was thankfully dissuaded by our head referee. Fans, I thank you for joining us here on All Star Wrestling. We'll be back here at the same time next week with more action and as promised, the debut of Sports Guy! A strange name, but I promise you won't be disappointed.
A strange name?! Generic, MAYBE... but have you ever been so good at something that people called you by it? Geek Guy, maybe? Face for Radio Guy? Wears strange ties guy?