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Available on NCTV
Week 4, September 2023.
Filmed at: Gorski Ballroom[South West, USA]
In Attendance: 5,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: 2.48 [1,861,890 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 from the sold-out Gorski Ballroom right on the heels of The Last Hard Men. Tonight, Jakob Yoder steps into the ring against Sgt. Bison for the Television Championship, plus several TGL talents will be hoping to impress the CWL fans as they look for a spot on the full time roster.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


Sgt. Bison versus “The Mennonite Mammoth” Jakob Yoder ©

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Sgt. Bison defeated Jakob Yoder in 16:13 by submission after a distraction from R.W. Vega. Sgt. Bison wins the CWL Television title.


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Shadaloo is in the ring after Bison has just become Television Champion. They cut a very arrogant promo, saying that Vega has been gone for too long but he’s back now and Shadaloo will pick up where they left off. They’ve only gotten better and now they’re going to take over all of CWL.

Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit



The Cummos versus The Canadian Lumberjacks

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, The Cummos defeated The Canadian Lumberjacks in 11:53 when Luis Cummo defeated Paul Barnes by pinfall with a Giant Crusher.

In terms of in-ring work, Luis Cummo was head and shoulders above everyone else. Paul Barnes was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Colleen Appleseed versus “The Franchise” Brooke Tyler

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Brooke Tyler defeated Colleen Appleseed in 6:46 by submission with a Brooke Breaker.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Troubadour” Floyd Reeves versus “Glorious” Logan Diaz

In a bout that had good wrestling but little heat, Logan Diaz defeated Floyd Reeves in 10:14 by pinfall with a Belly To Belly Suplex.


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Floyd Reeves is getting to his feet after losing to Logan when James hits the ring as well. The Diaz Cousins beat Floyd Reeves into the mat.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Eddie Carter versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Eddie Carter defeated Franklin Rush in 10:11 by pinfall with a Star Face Slam.


Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“The Rifleman” Dave Derringer versus “Bulldozer” Brandon Smith

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Dave Derringer defeated Bulldozer Brandon Smith in 13:35 by pinfall with a Lariat.


Overall


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5x Tag Team Champions!

Devil’s Rejects truly a tag team for the ages.



Will you be able to update the roster page soon? There has been an insane amount of thrn over since the last update.

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A Look At The Top Companies In The World
As of Monday, Week 1, October 2023

United States Pro Wrestling
USPW World Champion: Rocky Golden
USPW World Tag Team Champions: Jack & Ricky DeColt
USPW National Champion: Nelson Callum
USPW Television Champion: Thom Barrowman
USPW Women’s Champion: Juana Huracan
Top Five Wrestlers: Rocky Golden, Joanna Rodriguez, The Force, Roger Cage, Adam Matravers


World Level Wrestling
WLW Universal Champion - Razan Okamoto
WLW Tag Team Champions- Tiger Prince & Reijiro Hiraki
WLW Modern Japan Champion - Tatsuya Toshitara
Top Five Wrestlers: Magnum Kobe, Razan Okamoto, Masa Kurta, Emerald Angel, Elemental III

21st Century Wrestling
21CW World Champion: Buff Martinez [x2]
21CW World Tag Team Champions: Sweet Pain (Luke Cool & Wade Orson)[x2]
21CW United Kingdom Champion: Andrew Lee [x2]
Top Five Wrestlers: J-B Cash, Jonathaun Fraust, Stevie Stoat, Sebestian Koller, Lance Martin

Supreme Wrestling Federation
SWF World Heavyweight Champion - The Crippler [x2]
SWF World Tag Team Champions - Apron Dwellers [Jamie Atherton & Nick Booth]
SWF North American Champion - Nick Booth
Top Five Wrestlers: Aaron Andrews, Dominic DeSousa, Giant Khoklov, Remo, The Crippler

South of the Border Pro Wrestling
Campeonato del Mundo SOTBPW - Nicky Champion
Campeanatos de Parjeas SOTBPW - Brutality Incorporated [Xtinction & El Hijo Espada Rojo]
Campeanatos de Trios SOTBPW - El Sucio, Paul Huntingdon, & Multimillionario
Campeonato de Menor SOTBPW - Pharoah King
Top Five Wrestlers: Nicky Champion, Valliant, Steve Frehely, El Alborotado Confiado, Tom Gilmore

Total Championship Wrestling
TCW World Heavyweight Champion - Darryl Devine [x2]
TCW World Tag Team Champions - Violent Conduct (Ernest Youngman & D.C. Rayne)
TCW International Champion - Marshall Dillon [x2]
Top Five Wrestlers: Sammy Bach, Jimmy Hernandez, James Justice, Freddy Huggins, Steven Parker

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling
PGHW Glory Grown Champion - Seiji Jimbo
PGHW Glory Crown Tag Team Champions - Yodo Tomonaga & Genichi Nawabe
PGHW International Champion - Rokuemon Matsushita
PGHW Historical Japan Champion - Mabuchi Furusawa
Top Five Wrestlers: Yoshimi Mushashibo, Kozue Kawashima, Heihachiro Sakai, Chojiro Kitoaji, & Seiji Jimbo
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5x Tag Team Champions!

Devil’s Rejects truly a tag team for the ages.



Will you be able to update the roster page soon? There has been an insane amount of thrn over since the last update.
Plan is to update them this weekend.
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Really cool to see what's going on in the wrestling world. Some interesting stuff in it. I guess they have such good tv coverage and no one challenging them but 21CW roster doesn't sound up for the 3rd biggest in the world, when Stevie Stoat and Lance Martin are in your best wrestler category. Also impressive Khoklov is still going strong, and especially The Force?! Where are Wolf Hawkins and Remo? Surprising to not see them on the list.
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Really cool to see what's going on in the wrestling world. Some interesting stuff in it. I guess they have such good tv coverage and no one challenging them but 21CW roster doesn't sound up for the 3rd biggest in the world, when Stevie Stoat and Lance Martin are in your best wrestler category. Also impressive Khoklov is still going strong, and especially The Force?! Where are Wolf Hawkins and Remo? Surprising to not see them on the list.
21CW has been hit hard from a talent perspective, but their TV deal has allowed them to stay afloat. Lance Martin, for instance, is a B in popularity across the UK, Europe, United States, Canada, and Australia. He's a C- in Mexico and his popularity is terrible in Japan because 21CW has no outlet in Japan. Their youngest main eventer is "The British Lion" Leigh Burton, who is 31 years old. His popularity is on the rise, ranging from a D+/C- in Mexico to a B/B- in the UK. What they really have going for them is a strong core of National School of Wrestling graduates who are in their late twenties to early thirties that are all mid or upper midcarders that are ready to take over for the older roster. The biggest losses they have had have been the two Cornells to British Pro Wrestling and Adam Matravers to USPW. While USPW and SOTBPW have rosters that are relying on stars made in other companies, 21CW, of the four big international companies (WLW isn't international, but are solidly national and while in technical size only USPW is international at this point, 21CW, SWF, and SOTBPW have significant international distribution) have the best core of stars-in-wait. 21CW has twenty-seven active wrestlers that are 37 and older balanced against thirty-three wrestlers that are under 36 with 8 of them being UMC or better. SWF only has 18 wrestlers 37+, with 22 of them being 36 and under, but of those 22, only three are UMC or better -- and two of those are already 36. USPW has five guys that are 36 or under and are UMC or better (actually, all are UMC). Of those five, 3 are 36 and 1 is 35. SOTBPW only has 2 workers 36 and under that are UMC or better, both of them are UMC -- Dr. Rudo and Multimillinario, 34 and 36 years of age respectfully. So while it seems like 21CW shouldn't be as high in the international rankings as they are, I actually think they are the most poised to continue to be a threat.

Remo is SWF's number 4 guy. He has had an underwhelming career since the game started. His average match is a 'B' with 'A' being his highest rating and a 'C+' being his lowest. So he hasn't been bad -- he just hasn't consistently carried SWF. He lost the SWF World Title in June of 2016 and has not won it, or any other championships, in the seven years since. He also has been on a downward slide in the power rankings, coming in in at #201 in 2022.

Wolf Hawkins is a Main Eventer in SOTBPW, probably number 6 or 7 on their depth chart. He's been with them for just over three years. His first year there he was the #5 wrestler in the world (but he split that year in USPW as well), he was then the #11 and #10 wrestler in the world. He was with USPW for four years and had a seventeen month reign as USPW World Champion.
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New Name, New Look for Eddie Carter

Eddie Carter has revealed a new look. He has bulked up to Light Heavyweight and has decided that he no longer wants to be called Eddie Carter, but wants to be called "Ballistic". With this new name, he has also cut his hair and had pictures shot with his new look.



He's hoping the new muscle mass and the new level he hopes to reach with the size will propel him to stardom in the CWL.

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Author's Note: The roster page has been updated. It became too cumbersome to try and keep up with the bios and everything and keep those organized, so I decided to go back to the standard way of presenting the roster -- as it is much easier to update and keep track of.
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I wonder if, in a few years, something will upset Ballistic and he'll grow out his hair, start wearing black and white, and stop speaking...
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Developmental Rosters and Developmental champions have all been updated (you can access them on page one). So we are fully up to date.
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Thanks for the info, Remo's title-less career is definitely surprising.


'Eddie has revealed a new look. He has bulked up to Light Heavyweight and has decided that he no longer wants to be called Eddie Carter, but wants to be called "Ballistic". With this new name, he has also cut his hair and had pictures shot with his new look.'

Eddie, sorry Ballistic, sounds like a moody teenager. I hope we're all supportive and understanding whilst he gets through this whole 'Ballistic' phase.
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I have to thank you. This diary has inspired me to not only add a Rocky Mountain Wrestling company to my game, but also try my hand at a start up company. Usually I take either USPW or TCW for my games, but not this time. Say hello to GLPW Great Lakes Pro Wrestling. Still a local company at the moment, but hopefully I won't run it into the ground. Three months, in the red three times. blah.
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Just wondering what is the pop of some of your main eventers at this point?
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Main Eventers and their popularity
  1. Spencer Spade
    Great Lakes - B
    Mid Atlantic - C+
    Mid South - B+
    Mid West - B+
    New England - B
    North West - B-
    South East - B
    South West - B
    Tri State - B-
    Puerto Rico - B-
    Hawaii - B
  2. Ross Henry
    Great Lakes - B-
    Mid Atlantic - B-
    Mid South - B-
    Mid West - B
    New England - B
    North West - B-
    South East - B-
    South West - B-
    Tri State - B
    Puerto Rico - C+
    Hawaii - C+
  3. Matty Faith
    Great Lakes - C+
    Mid Atlantic - C+
    Mid South - C+
    Mid West - C+
    New England - C+
    North West - C+
    South East - C+
    South West - C+
    Tri State - C+
    Puerto Rico - C+
    Hawaii - C
  4. Mikey James
    Great Lakes - C+
    Mid Atlantic - C+
    Mid South - C+
    Mid West - C+
    New England - C+
    North West - C+
    South East - C+
    South West - C+
    Tri State - C+
    Puerto Rico - C+
    Hawaii - C+
  5. Casey Valentine
    Great Lakes - C+
    Mid Atlantic - C+
    Mid South - C+
    Mid West - C+
    New England - C+
    North West - C+
    South East - C+
    South West - C+
    Tri State - C+
    Puerto Rico - C+
    Hawaii - C+
  6. Riley McManus
    Great Lakes - C+
    Mid Atlantic - C+
    Mid South - C+
    Mid West - B-
    New England - C+
    North West - B-
    South East - C+
    South West - B-
    Tri State - C+
    Puerto Rico - C+
    Hawaii - C
  7. Torment
    Great Lakes - C+
    Mid Atlantic - C
    Mid South - C+
    Mid West - C+
    New England - C+
    North West - C+
    South East - C+
    South West - C+
    Tri State - C
    Puerto Rico - C
    Hawaii - C
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Available on NCTV
Week 1, Octoberr 2023.
Filmed at: Huntsville Fairgrounds[South East, USA]
In Attendance: 5,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: 2.62 [1,969,440 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 from the sold-out Hunstville Fairgrounds. What a show we have for you tonight -- we are on the road to Halloween Throwdown -- and tonight Amber Allen and Jaime Quine have accepted a challenge from Alicia Strong and Brooke Tyler for the North American Women’s Tag Team Championship. Plus, the Television Title is on the line.



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The cameraman is running backstage. He rounds a corner and we see Matty Faith laying on the ground. There is a bent steel chair next to him. He looks unconscious. Standing over him is Father Grim. He is flanked by two men -- one is The Acolyte and the other is someone we have never met before. Grim says nothing as backstage personnel arrive on the scene and he backs away with his two new minions following him.


Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Headhunter” Jeffery Aroma versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Jeffery Aroma defeated Franklin Rush in 12:06 by pinfall with a Complex Choke Slam.


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Spencer Spade and Lisa Bowen come out to the ring. Spencer is without the GWC World Heavyweight Championship that he has held so dear. The announcers make it clear that he recently lost the championship in Europe to Konrad Makinen when Ross Henry showed up and caused a distraction. Spade does not look happy and he expresses his displeasure. He clearly blames Ross Henry for his loss in Europe.



Henry comes out and says its not his fault. He was there as the special guest of the promoter and was scouting a potential future opponent in Konrad Makinen. Spade disagreed -- saying Henry was there to screw him and now he’s had enough. He challenged Ross Henry to a steel cage match with the loser being forced to leave CWL for 60 days. Henry agrees.


Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“Whole Lotta Lovin’” Ralph Liotta versus Sgt. Bison

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Sgt. Bison defeated Ralph Liotta in 15:44 by pinfall with a handful of tights. Sgt. Bison makes defence number 1 of his CWL Television title.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Red Hot” Laura Flame versus Selina Svelte

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Laura Flame defeated Selina Svelte in 8:59 by pinfall with a Flame Fire Kick.


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Very similar to the start of the show, the cameraman is running but this time we find Primus Allen down and out with the unknown masked monster and The Acolyte standing over him with Father Grim standing there. Grim puts his hand on both of their shoulders.

FG: Acolyte. Moloch. Let’s go

He says this just in time as backstage personnel flood the scene.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Troubador” Floyd Reeves versus “Return of the Monster” James Diaz

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, James Diaz defeated Floyd Reeves in 8:18 by pinfall with a Death by Diaz.


Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit




Alicia Strong & Brooke Tyler w/ Lisa Bowen versus Jaime Quine & Amber Allen ©

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Amber Allen and Jaime Quine drew with Alicia Strong and Brooke Tyler in 20:00 when the time limit expired.


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