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Ayy I see a familiar render Awesome show Historian! Enjoying it as always
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Author's Note: I've had some unexpected real life things flare up that's taken away from the writing. I'll be taking a week or two off from diary writing while I get the real life stuff in order and then pick this diary back up. Don't worry, the diary isn't ending! Just have to get some things squared away.
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Author's Note: I've had some unexpected real life things flare up that's taken away from the writing. I'll be taking a week or two off from diary writing while I get the real life stuff in order and then pick this diary back up. Don't worry, the diary isn't ending! Just have to get some things squared away.
No worries, do what you need. We'll all still be here :-)
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When I saw I had the first two matches wrong, and three out of the first four, I thought my predictions were terrible. Luckily, I finished on a solid 5/8.

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Author's Note: I've had some unexpected real life things flare up that's taken away from the writing. I'll be taking a week or two off from diary writing while I get the real life stuff in order and then pick this diary back up. Don't worry, the diary isn't ending! Just have to get some things squared away.
No problem, take your time sorting stuff out, but that's not to say I'm not eagerly awaiting this diary's return!
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Available on NCTV
Week 4, June 2023.
Filmed at: Gorski Ballroom [South West, USA]
In Attendance: 4,260
Rating: 1.64 [1,237,240 viewers]
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson



LB: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed episode of Saturday Night Slammasters. We are coming to you right on the heels of the Summer Spectacular -- which was available on Pay Per View. Those of you that purchased it, we want to thank you. Next week will bring you all the fall out, but tonight, Alexander Vasquez attempts to make his sixth defense of the Television Championship. The Mission are in action, so is Alicia Strong, and in our main event, “The Dragon” Mikey James has perhaps his toughest challenge ever in his career when he faces the monster known as Torment.

RDJ: I would not want to be Mikey James, that’s for sure. Torment is over four hundred pounds. He’s six feet nine or so. He’s a monster. A true monster in the world of professional wrestling and as good as Mikey James is -- how do you stop a monster?

LB: Maybe we will find out tonight.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“The Hawaiian Heartthrob” Luis Cummo versus “The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez ©

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Alexander Vasquez defeated Luis Cummo in 18:41 by submission. Alexander Vasquez makes defence number 6 of his CWL Television title.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Red Hot” Laura Flame versus Alicia Strong w/ Lisa Bowen

In a decent match, Alicia Strong defeated Laura Flame in 13:36 by pinfall with an Angel Driver.


Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit



The Mission versus The European Stretching Crew

In a bout that had great wrestling but didn't have much heat, The Mission defeated European Stretching Crew in 13:04 when Matty Faith defeated Pavel Vanzycha by pinfall with a Leap Of Faith.


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Ranger has already left the ringside area and is headed up the ramp while Matty Faith is still in the ring. From the crowd, “American Hellspawn” Hellion hits the ring and clotheslines Matty Faith from behind. He hits him with a Devolution Bomb before Ranger can get to the ring -- leaving Faith down and out.

Triple Threat Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Amber Allen versus Hellcat Hernandez versus Harriet Blais

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Harriet Blais defeated Amber Allen and Hellcat Hernandez in 10:59 when Harriet Blais defeated Hellcat Hernandez by pinfall.

Hellcat Hernandez was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance.


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FG: Every dragon gets slayed. That’s what the books have taught us. Dragons are meant to be brought down by the men who are brave enough to face them. Mikey James is a dragon and tonight, Torment will put him down and add his scales to his long list of trophies.

Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“The Dragon” Mikey James versus Torment w/ Father Grim

In a superb match, Torment defeated Mikey James in 15:42 by pinfall with a Big Bite.


Overall

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Mid Year Award Races

Wrestler of the Year so Far - El Leon [SOTBPW]
Company of the Year so Far - SOTBPW
Team of the Year - El Leon & El Alborotador Confiado [SOTBPW]
Match of the Year so Far - El Leon versus Nicky Champion [SOTBPW]
Show of the Year so Far - SOTBPW Festival del Homenjae
Young Wrestler of the Year So Far - Sadatake Tamura [WLW]
Veteran Wrestler of the Year so Far - Valliant [SOTBPW]
Female Wrestler of the Year so Far - Joanne Rodriguez [USPW]
Independent Wrestler of the Year so Far - Monty Trescarde

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Title Changes Abound in TGL

Dan Stone III has won the Brass Knuckles Championship from Taylor Holemore manged seven defences of the championship prior to losing. This is Dan Stone III’s first professional championship.

The Hazard Gang have won the Texas Tag Team Titles. Derringer and Rain managed two defences prior to losing.

Jo Gallagher has defeated Isabeau Grenier to win the Texas Women’s Championship. Grenier had managed eight defences of the championship prior to losing. This is Gallagher’s second reign as Texas Women’s Champion.

The Acolyte defeated Othello Morris for the Texas Junior Heavyweight Championship. Morris had managed twelve defences prior to losing. This is the Acolyte’s third reign as Texas Junior Heavyweight Champion.

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New Developmental Signings!

CWL has signed Brody Irons to a developmental deal. Irons is a product of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling and will be reporting to Texas Grappling League.

CWL has signed Malachai Roaring Bear to a developmental deal. Roaring Bear is a product of the Supreme University but was not picked up to go to RIPW.

CWL has signed Ryan Jang to a developmental deal. The Polynesian Grappler trained in Japan at the Golden Dojo and made his pro debut two and a half years ago.

CWL has signed Albert Turnbull, an Australian from the WWA Australia camp. He turned pro in August of 2021.

CWL has signed Craig St. Pierre to a developmental deal. St. Pierre is a graduate of the Mid Atlantic Bootcamp and thought he was going to be working full time for Sam Keith’s Baltimore based organization but was quickly offered a developmental contract from CWL. The 6’6”, 319 pound nineteen year old will be reporting to TGL to begin his professional career.

CWL has signed Walter Lewis to a developmental deal. Lewis is an unsigned graduate of the TCW School of Wrestling. Originally from Kansas, he stands 6’6” and weighs 312 pounds. The twenty-year-old will be reporting to TGL to begin his professional career.

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Unread 07-04-2019, 08:53 AM
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Pete pulled the Stetson off of his head and dropped it crown-down onto the passenger seat. Most people don’t realize that when you’re not wearing a cowboy hat, it goes upside down. You don’t rest it on its brim. Resting a hat on its brim was a sure fire way to get the hat to lose shape. Pete had made that mistake as a much younger man. Learned the lesson the hard way and never repeated it. Stetson’s weren’t cheap. Nor was any other brand worth wearing on your head.

Pete rubbed his meaty hand through his grey hair. He was no spring chicken. He wasn’t in the prime of his life. He had more miles in the rearview than he did in the windshield. He was sixty-one years old and forty-three of those years had been spent in the pro wrestling business. He’d spent almost the entirety of his career in Japan or as a trainer or agent or something in America. He had been the GCG World Champion. The BCG World Champion. Had almost lost the ability to walk because of the wrestling business. It took two surgeries to fix the knee -- and bring him back to wrestling thirteen years after he retired and gave him another decade of active competition.

He had run his own company -- WPL. He had booked YA for Mitch Naess. He had worked as an agent for AWW. Today, he had been promoted. Given a new position inside the Continental Wrestling League. He had been made the Vice President of Wrestling Operations. It was not something he had expected. He had been brought in to be a creative advisor and an on-air personality. He didn’t expect to get the official position, but Robert offered it to him. With the new company structure -- with it being a corporation now instead of a limited liability company, they were restructuring.

Pete had no idea why Robert trusted him. They had met a few times over the years. Robert had never been in the same territory at the same time as Pete, but both were old school guys. They’d been around forever. Between the two of them they had eighty-seven years of experience in the wrestling business. Both of them had spent their entire adult lives in the profession.

They were the last of a dying breed, Pete and Robert. Dinosaurs. Relics of a time long past. Among the small group of men and women still alive that could say they’d been in the business for over forty years and were still active. Most of the others had left the business. They had retired to be grandparents and golfers and real estate agents or car dealership owners or sit on the board of education or local governments or whatever. Some had died. Robert and Pete were men who had cut their teeth in wrestling before Eisen had owned everything. Before the millionaires and then billionaires threw their money at the business.

So maybe Pete did know why Robert chose him. Outside of Darren Smith, Pete was the only other guy around that had that experience. That understood Robert’s vision. That would execute the vision and not try to change it. Continental Wrestling League was simple. Pro wrestling as it was meant to be. Hard hitting matches. Sometimes brawls. Sometimes technical. Sometimes hybrid styles. Lots of tag team wrestling. Simple story telling. Not a lot of gimmick matches.

Pete turned the key in the ignition of his truck. It was a long drive back to “Six Shot Ranch” where Pete lived, but it was a drive that was worth it. At sixty-one years old, he was the number two executive in the number four wrestling company in the United States. Who would have thought?




“Go again.” His deep voice with that heavy Texas drawl called out. The students in the ring nodded and went through the exchange again. Tackle. Drop Down. Leap Frog. Hip Toss. “Again,” Ricky called out. He was the head trainer of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling. He took pride in that title. He took pride in being the coach for these kids.

Ricky had been an athlete in his youth. Nose tackle. Middle linebacker. Tight end. Whatever position the coaches had needed, Ricky gave them. He also threw a hell of a knuckleball and circle changeup. He understood the importance of good coaching. When he turned pro as a wrestler and made his debut for the Texas Wrestling League -- he had relied on good coaching then. Professor Nero, Shiek Mustafa, Captain USA, and Corporal Doom had been his coaches. Experienced guys who understood how to work and helped the big man get over. Captain USA had shown Ricky had to be a babyface. All four of those men had helped him and The Outlaw II -- the man who would become Liberty -- have a multiple-year spanning feud that saw both men become workers who got contracts from HCG at the end. They also helped him and the man who would become known as Skull DeBones -- but was then known as Winchester -- develop into a hell of a tag team.

Coaching had helped Ricky become a star. It helped him overcome being saddled as a Cowboy in the mid-to-late-90’s on a wrestling show from Hollywood that didn’t want to see a stereotypical cowboy. LA wasn’t a cowboy town. HGC didn’t attract an audience that would respond to that, but good coaching helped him overcome the odds and become a three time International and three-time time World Heavyweight Champion.

So here he was giving back. He had put out several talents. His nephew Dave Derringer. Johnny Rain. Serena Savage. Janet Masters. Howard Marquardt. He had a couple of kids in the program now that were going to be stars. He’d just finished training Brody Irons -- a kid he thought would be the next megastar in professional wrestling, but time would tell.

“Switch,” Ricky called out. He hadn’t told anyone yet. He had not told them about the conversation he had had with Robert Oxford. The conversation that meant he was now more than just the head trainer and color commentator of the television program. Ricky Dale Johnson was now the Vice President of Talent Relations. The number three man in the organization. Robert Oxford was trusting Ricky Dale Johnson to scout talent. To train talent. To negotiate deals. With Sean McFly as the assistant trainer of the school, Ricky knew he could do the job. He was happy to do the job. It expanded his role as a coach and he was happy for that.

He had known Robert Oxford for almost thirty years. They had worked together in HCG/TCW for almost twenty years together. Ricky trusted Robert implicitly. He was loyal to Robert and Robert was loyal to him. Now, along with Pete Hall, they formed a three-man team with loads of experience. The kids, KC, Riley, and Marjorie were on the board of directors and Marjorie was still overseeing Television production while KC and Riley were learning the business end of things. Riley was working a lot with Robert on creative. KC was working a lot with both Robert and Pete. Learning how to run a wrestling company. Marjorie was doing the same while still overseeing the production of television and pay per view content -- something she was incredibly good at.

Ricky looked at the kids in the ring. Neither of them were destined to be stars. They might not even make it through the class. He had to make the decision now. He was training them and he would be responsible for signing them if they were good enough. He scratched the base of his neck and leaned forward against the ring apron. “Let’s do that one more time.”
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Unread 07-04-2019, 09:38 AM
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Joel Bryant held the clipboard in his hand and looked up at the new signees standing in front of him. It was an interesting group of guys.

"Welcome to Texas Grappling League. This is going to be your home until you either get called up to the main roster or no longer work here. We've got a good crew down here. Experienced hands. Rookies. We work hard. If you listen and apply yourself, the sky is the limit. If you choose to disrespect the business, disrespect the coaches, go into business for yourself, or otherwise find someway to metaphorically jerk off in my ring, you won't last long. I've been in this business for thirty-four years. That's longer than any of you have been alive. This business is my life. I love this business with everything I have. Every fiber of my being. Trust me when I say, I love this business more than I like any one of you, but work hard, and you will earn my respect and I may come to like each of you."

He paused and looked around at the faces of the guys he was talking to.

"I know I come off like a hardass. Like some mean old veteran -- and some times I am that. But I am also your head coach and I want to see you do well. I will support you as long as you're doing what you're told. Any questions."

No hands go up.

"Okay. So let's meet each of you then."

He looks down at his clipboard.


Craig St. Pierre
Age: 19
Size: Big Heavyweight

Craig St. Pierre is a Brawler, trained at the Mid Atlantic Boot Camp, who joined the world of pro wrestling in July 2023. From Alabama, he is 6'6 and 319lbs and naturally plays the fan-favourite. He is well suited to playing bad asses. He uses the 'Summer Bulldog' as a finisher.

"You're a big bastard Craig. You trained with Sam Keith right."

Craig St. Pierre nods his head.

"Sam knows what's he's doing. He's a good trainer. Welcome aboard, kid. You're locker number 86. Go put your stuff away and start loosening up."

Craig hustles off to do as he was told and Joel looks down at the next name.


Ryan Jang
Age: 24
Size: Bulky Big Heavyweight

Ryan Jang is a Brawler, trained at the Golden Dojo, who joined the world of pro wrestling in December 2020. The Indonesian is 6'6 and 322lbs and is able to play face and heel. He is good at brutish characters and gimmicks. He utilises the 'Atomic Choke Bomb' as a finisher.

"What's your ethnic background, Jang?"

RJ: "I'm Indonesian, Sir."

"Have you ever met Brent Watson before? He works here too."

RJ: "No Sir, I haven't."

"Well, make sure you introduce yourself. The two of you could be a modern version of Savage Fury or Samoan Demolition Inc, or something. I have plans to team the two of you up. I think you could do big things."

RJ: "Yes Sir. I will Sir."

"Good. I like the respect. You're locker number 75. Put your stuff away, meet Brent, and start getting loosened up for morning drills."

Ryan Jang nods his head and hustles off. Joel looks back down at his clipboard. There are only three men in front of him now.


Albert Turnbull
Age: 23
Size: Toned Light Heavyweight

Albert Turnbull is a Regular Wrestler, trained at the WWA: Australia, who turned pro in April 2021. Hailing from Melbourne, he is 6'2 and 270lbs and is a born heel. He represented Australia in the Olympics as a wrestler. He plays legitimate gimmicks well. He uses the 'Deadline Screwdriver' as a finisher.

"Turnbull. You were in the Olympics, correct?"

AT: "I was, coach. I placed fourth."

"Why didn't you medal?"

AT: "Truthfully? I just wasn't good enough."

"I appreciate your honesty. With your athletic pedigree, you could go far, kid. Keep your head down and put in the work."

AT: "I will coach."

"Locker number 19 is free. That's you. You know the drill by now."

Turnbull nods and exits, leaving just two. The two prized signings.


Malachai Roaring Bear
Age: 19
Size: Ripped Heavyweight

Malachai Roaring Bear is a Hunkpapa Lakota was born and raised on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota. He spent most of his life in the Cannon Ball section of the reservation -- in a shotgun house that overlooked the Cannonball River. He had a troubled start to his life. Indian Reservations are known for poverty and addiction. His family life was no different. They were dirt poor. His father was in and out of prison for petty crimes fueled by an addiction he could not beat. His mother worked as best she could, but she had no real education to speak of and options for an Indian woman with five kids and no formal education were not good. Malachai was the second eldest -- he has an older sister, but she passed away his freshman year of high school from an OD. Malachai used this as motivation. He excelled as a high school football player and had several scholarship opportunities, but he shunned those in favor of moving to Hawaii to enrol in the Supreme Wrestling Unversity. His dream was to be the next Cheif Two Eagles. To be a Native American star. He wanted to bring pride to the Lakota tribe and his reservation -- but he also wanted to uplift his family out of poverty. He was not signed to a deal with SWF upon graduation from training camp, but CWL was there with an offer so he took it. He's 6'6" and 302". A natural heel -- though he can play face as well. Right now he's using a running kick as a finish, but that could change.

"Why didn't the Empire want you, Malachai? You seem tailormade to be a success there."

MRB: "Short-sighted foolishness."

"Explain."

MRB: "They said their RIPW roster was full and they were not ready to call anyone up. Said I could go to the indies and cut my teeth and get a deal later."

"And why did you sign with us?"

MRB: "If I'm going to cut my teeth, it's going to be in a developmental program to make a main roster. Not toil away for seventy five bucks a night."

"You don't want to pay dues."

MRB: "I don't believe paying dues means I have to suffer financially."

Joel grinned at this. This was a young man who knew what he wanted. Who believed he had worth and value. That kind of attitude -- the belief in oneself and ultimately the desire to make money in this business was what turned guys into stars. It gave them the extra edge. It meant they weren't satisfied being just another guy.

"Locker number 31. You know the drill."

Roaring Bear didn't say anything as he walked away and left Joel Bryant with the last one of the group.


"The Arctic Wolf" Brody Irons
Age: 19
Size: Muscular Big Heavyweight

Irons is a product of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling. Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, the young man left his home upon graduating high school and travelled to the premier training ground for professional wrestlers. In high school, he was a standout hockey player known for being the enforcer of his team. He helped lead his team, Chugiak, to three state championships. At six feet eight and three hundred and fourteen pounds, he has the size to become a star. He was highly touted in training camp as perhaps being the best prospect the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling had ever seen -- and this is including a prospect list that has seen Clyde Puder, Jakob Yoder, the Devil’s Rejects and so many more over the past seven years. It was said that when Irons walked into the school all of the heads turned. Head trainer Ricky Dale Johnson was quoted as saying this kid could be the next Sam Strong -- or perhaps bigger. Irons has shown great aptitude as a brawler and supposedly has a natural charisma and microphone skill that could propel him to superstardom. It’s also rumoured that Irons has been given the longest contract of any prospect CWL has ever had. He will be starting his professional career in the Texas Grappling League, but as highly touted of a prospect as he is, we here at CWL.com do not expect him to stay down for long.

"Everyone has told me you're the real deal. They've told me that you're the guy...The one to watch. The next big star in this business."

Brody Irons shrugs.

"You don't feel any kind of way about them saying that?"

BI: "I think that in thirty years, there is going to be a generation of kids getting into professional wrestling because of Brody Irons."

"So you do think you're the next big star?"

BI: "No. Thinking it implies that I could be wrong. I am the next big star in wrestling. I'm going to be the biggest thing since Sam Strong. I'm going to be the one who lifts CWL to the number one spot in the whole world."

"You've got a lot of people counting on you to do that."

BI: "I know. And they won't be disappointed."

"Good. You're locker number 65."

BI: "Okay. I'll go get ready."

Irons lumbers off and Bryant looks after him.

"He could make it. This is a good group of guys. They sent me some good ones... But if he and Bear can keep their heads on straight. God damn they could change the world."
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The new guys seem very interesting!
I love Brody Iron's confidence, and I like Ryan Jang's look a lot!
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Really enjoyed both those posts. Future looks interesting with those recruits. One question; is that true about leaving hats upside down?
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Quite the way to make a comeback! The narratives are great as usual, as is the new crop of guys, but I'd like to point out that SNSM has a line-up smaller promotions would wet the bed for, and that's on an episode of free TV. Really upping the ante there.

P.S. Couldn't care less about generic blonde musclehead #98234569 with a wolf slapped over his crotch. Push Malachai Roaring Bear!
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Really enjoyed both those posts. Future looks interesting with those recruits. One question; is that true about leaving hats upside down?
It is when it comes to cowboy hats. You're supposed to rest them crown down when they're not being worn. Keeps the shape of the brim.
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The write up for your new developmental workers was fantastic imo love hearing about the next generation and who to watch. And don’t pay attention to Dark Raider lol if it wasn’t muscular blonde men most of us wouldn’t even be wrestling fans right now
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Quite the way to make a comeback! The narratives are great as usual, as is the new crop of guys, but I'd like to point out that SNSM has a line-up smaller promotions would wet the bed for, and that's on an episode of free TV. Really upping the ante there.
It wasn't as much about upping the ante as that was the last SNSM of the month. All of those talents did not make it onto the PPV and I didn't want the month to end and them not get anything to do. I view the final SNSM like an extension of the PPV (which is why the announcers never spoil the results -- but also because technically the show is taped before the PPV)

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P.S. Couldn't care less about generic blonde musclehead #98234569 with a wolf slapped over his crotch. Push Malachai Roaring Bear!
That's not just a wolf! That's an Arctic Wolf! And when the CVerse gods bless you with a Sam Strong and a Chief Two Eagles regen in the same month, you have to take both of them! Both, hopefully, will play big, big parts in our future!
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Excellent return!
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