Post by Big Time Fights on Sept 29, 2020 1:33:43 GMT
Hello fight fans and welcome to today's program, I'm Sam Hewitt alongside Brian Shelzi and we've got a terrific half hour of power for you. In the main event of today's program, two time former World's Champion David Troy will be in action ahead of his big title fight on October 26th opposite AJ Knight.
That's right, we surprised the lot of you by bringing AJ Knight and the World's Heavyweight Championship back into the fold. This isn't a rebirth, a revival or any of that - it's reconstruction! The National Wrestling Federation is rebuilding.
Indeed, I've also got a sitdown interview with Justin Seville to show you this evening. I spoke with the Cottonmouth about his return to the Road, his lack of success in big matches and... well, you'll have to see for yourself. He'll be in action also.
But first, Sambo - let's bring out a buddy of mine, someone who's been contending with Riel Buck and his lawyers.
Duke Womack enters.
Duke, Brian... Riel Buck has been livid since the news broke of this big title fight and the Strong Style Summit being announced. He claims that some of the roster is being forced to jump through hoops and that Knight and Troy were gifted a title shot.
Hm, first of all - Riel Buck is misinformed. Imagine that. AJ Knight and David Troy are not battling for the right to be the first NWF Champion, they are competing for a championship that goes back five years to 2016. A title that AJ currently holds and won back in April, a title that both men have held twice. Bucko likes to talk legal, so let's chat legality - it was established long ago that a defeated champion could only utilize a rematch clause IF he had made a successful defense of the title. David Troy made a successful defense in BOTH reigns and never got his rematch, so that's why he's getting this shot. If he beats AJ... guess what? AJ Knight has not made a defense of the belt yet so he'll be out of the picture. That's why the Strong Style Summit is taking place. If Troy loses, does he get a second rematch clause? Well, you know what - I'm a fair man and if he thinks he needs a second crack then I'll grant him that, but he will have to wait until after the Summit winner.
I can't argue with that, but what about Buck's points about the Pollo family and the talent being forced to "jump through hoops" to get a title shot?
Sam, can you tell me how shooting a fireball into a man's face is a misunderstanding?
Right. Moving on. I heard this "jumps through hoops" comment and I laughed, Sam. A good ol' hearty laugh. I don't know where Riel Buck's been and frankly I don't care, but if giving an opportunity to wrestlers to earn a title shot is jumping through hoops... well, I don't think he's cut out for this business. Kenji Hattori is a hell of a talent and you can assemble that army of lawyers, but Keiji Morimoto has told me that he's 100% on board with Battle Japan being represented in the Strong Style Summit.
Hewitt tries to speak, but Womack stops him.
...and he said that if Riel Buck once again refuses to have Hattori compete that he'll have Hattori sent back to Japan at once!
There's a bombshell and a half! Keiji Morimoto laying down the law from Japan.
Womack pats Hewitt on the shoulder and walks off.
Fans, we'll be right back with more All Star Wrestling after the break.
We begin in an intimate setting. A small round table with a potted plant, and two glasses of water, on either end of the table. On either side of the small table are two leather chairs. The chair on the right is occupied by Sam Hewitt.
SAM HEWITT Good evening fans, Sam Hewitt here. Tonight we welcome a familiar face from Lion's Road - a man that has left a path of destruction in his wake and has always left the fans wanting more, even if they loathed his very existence. Fans, please join me in welcoming…
“Serious” Seville walks in from off-screen right into the frame, boasting his usual denim jacket and what looked to be a can of beer in his right hand. He nodded to Hewitt and even shook his hand firmly before slouching back into his own leather chair. Hewitt welcomed Seville, who merely nods in acknowledgement as he raised his beer up toward his mouth. SAM HEWITT
Well, let’s get right down to it. Why is Justin Seville back on the scene?
Seville lowered his can, and seemed to glare in Hewitt’s direction. Almost as if he were exasperated by the mere question that was asked of him. Regardless, after a pause that went on an awkwardly long time, he set his can down and looked Hewitt in the eyes, even leaning in slightly.
JUSTIN SEVILLE Unfinished business. While men such as David Troy appear to want to serve a younger generation of talent and grow something special, I will continue to strive towards the very same thing that I always have. My aim is the World’s Heavyweight Championship among all else, and anyone who gets in my way...well, as you said, my reputation speaks for itself.
Hewitt nods along with Seville’s answer before continuing.
SAM HEWITT That it does, Mr. Seville. More to that point, what would you say to those critics who say you’ve never been able to win that big match. That you have always fallen to the pressure when it mattered most?
Again, a glare is evident from Seville. This time, however, it seems all the more sinister that previously. The anger inside “The Cottonmouth” was clear without a word. He was fuming. This has always been the criticism he had faced. He must have known he would have to face it, but it still got under his skin, nonetheless. JUSTIN SEVILLE What I would say is that the man that stands before you is not the man that you remember. He is not the man that chased AJ Knight around for 2 years and lost sight of everything else. He is not the man who joined group after group looking for something that he was never going to attain. The man that stands before you is not a snake or a vulture, but a lion. There will be those that will scoff at this statement; perhaps even laugh. It does not matter. We will take over. This won’t be about the thrill of the fight or the love of the competition. It’s much for straightforward than that. This is about taking what is what I want. Just like what a lion does.
Very well said... wait, ‘we’?
I am going to have to cut you off, right there, Mr. Hewitt. I have somewhere I need to be. Thank you.
Before Sam Hewitt has a moment to ask anything further, Seville stands and promptly walks out of the frame. We return back to ringside.
Fans, it was an ominous end to an interview and I'm not sure what to make of his statement but I do know that after the break, the Cottonmouth will be in action!
Ladies and gentlemen, this is your opening match on All Star Wrestling - set for one fall with a fifteen minute time limit. Introducing first from Houston, Texas! He weighs in at two hundred and one pound - RILEY SAXON!
Saxon raises his arm and adjusts his wrist tape.
His opponent from Raleigh, North Carolina! He weighs in at two hundred and twenty four pounds - "THE COTTONMOUTH" JUSTIN SEVILLE!
Seville doesn't budge.
Your referee for this bout is Robbie Morris.
The bell sounds and Saxon goes to meet Seville in the middle of the ring, but the Cottonmouth stays put in his corner. Morris tells him to advance but Seville ignores it, leading Saxon to charge in with a forearm shot! He follows it up with some clubs to the back before Seville grabs him and dumps him overhead with the most carefree back body drop/exploder suplex you'll see! Saxon lands hard on his shoulder and gets up in a daze, Seville grabs him in a standing arm triangle...
transitions it to the mat!
Morris calls for the bell as Saxon taps!
Where did I leave my no--oh, it's over, okay, sure.
Wow! Justin Seville leaving no doubt whatsoever in that defeat of Riley Saxon.
He throws him out like last week's trash, then clamps on that arm triangle choke - puts him on the mat and there's no escaping from that. We thought his piledriver was dangerous... he just added another weapon to his arsenal, Sambo.
Seville rolls out of the ring and heads up the aisle. From out of the curtains, Darnell Cane walks out and applauds as Seville walks toward him, then right past him. Cane cracks a smile.
If nobody can trust you, then I guess you turn to the least trustworthy individuals.
It's an interesting pairing, I'll give 'em that.
STRONG STYLE SUMMIT
8 Men - 1 Opportunity
Begins October 5th
MASON MARVELLE Ladies and gentlemen, this is your main event on All Star Wrestling - set for one fall with a fifteen minute time limit. Introducing first from Seattle, Washington! He weighs in at two hundred and two pounds - GARRETT FORD!
Ford blows some kisses.
MASON MARVELLE His opponent from Camden, New Jersey! He weighs in at two hundred and two pounds - "DYNAMITE" DAVID TROY!
Troy stretches his legs, then does some quick muay thai knees to warm up.
MASON MARVELLE Your referee for this bout is Cordell Garner!
The two men circle around at the sound of the bell. A side headlock is applied by Ford, but Troy backs him into the ropes and tries to shoot him off but Ford slams on the brakes and punches the former World's Champion in the head! He pushes Troy away in a daze, then leaps into the air and wraps his legs around his neck and yanks him over with a headscissors! Troy gets right back to his feet and Ford tries it a second time, but eats a knee for his efforts. Troy begins lighting him up with leg kicks, then tries to follow up with a dropkick but Ford side steps it and leaps into a spinning heel kick that catches Troy right as he gets back up!
Garrett Ford showing some impressive offense here in the early moments against David Troy.
Why wouldn't he? Good pacific northwest kid, wrestles a high-flying style - a good test for Troy.
Ford grabs Troy and whips him off the ropes. Ford gets leapt over and Troy spins around looking to nail the rolling elbow, but Ford rolls him up in a small package!
Troy slowly gets up and applauds his efforts. Ford throws his arms out and says "Well, of course!" and it gets a smile out of the veteran. They lock-up, Ford does a quick go behind but Troy gets in behind him and tries for a German suplex but Ford lands on his feet but Troy nails a beautiful sweep kick and follows it up with a double stomp! Troy reminds him who the veteran is in this match and pulls him to his feet, Ford tries to hoist him up and charge him into the corner but Troy locks in a front chancery. Ford drops to a knee, grabs the left leg of Troy and pivots... but Troy drives him into the mat with a DDT! Ford rolls off of Troy, trying to get to his feet... but Troy greets him with the Rough Divide - a shining axe kick!
And you know it's over.
David Troy picks up the win! We've seen him utilize many kicks to finish matches - the Flashbang, both variants of it: one was a spinning back kick, another a buzzsaw kick. This time, the Rough Divide finishes the match and it's a beautiful shining axe kick.
And I bet the stars that Ford is seeing are just as beautiful.
Troy checks on the youngster then celebrates his win, motioning a title belt around his waist.
And that tells the story - David Troy wants to become a three World's Champion! Fans, we're out of time but we'll be back here next week with the start of the Strong Style Summit! Don't miss it!