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Unread 12-18-2018, 01:41 PM
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Noooooo!!!
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Unread 12-18-2018, 01:50 PM
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There's no place for love in professional wrestling, it seems...
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Unread 12-18-2018, 03:06 PM
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There's no place for love in professional wrestling, it seems...
At least not in that love story!
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Unread 12-19-2018, 08:15 AM
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Franklin Rush

He had never been great at anything. Always good. He was a good athlete. He was good enough to be in the rotation on his high school basketball team. He was good enough to get playing time on the football team -- but never good enough to be a starter. Or a star. He was a good student, but not great. He didn’t stand out academically. He didn’t stand out socially. He was well-liked, but was not the most popular kid in school. He didn’t mind -- it had been a good life. Not a great life, but a good life.

He enrolled in wrestling school while going to college. He wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to study. He had not declared a major yet. He was thinking business, it seemed like the most realistic major to live a good life if he didn’t make it in wrestling. In the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling, he was not the standout student. He was the second graduate -- after Jakob Yoder. Yoder was the stand out. Yoder had everyone talking. He was six feet ten inches. He was over three hundred and fifty pounds and could move like a man Franklin’s size. Franklin was okay with that. He was a good wrestler. He took training seriously. He knew he was going to be used.

When he graduated at the end of ‘16, he was finishing his first semester at college. He made his pro debut shortly after and was just a guy occasionally on the card. Jakob had already left for RIPW and looked destined for superstardom. Jared, that jerk, was coming out of the dojo shortly after. Clyde was looking like he would come soon after -- and looked like the heir-apparent. Another 6’10, 300+ athlete who could really move. Franklin looked like he was destined to be good, but to not be great.

Then he kicked it up a notch. He started working harder. It helped when Joel Bryant got signed. Joel took Franklin under his wing. Became his mentor. Sure, Robert had taught him how to wrestle. He liked Robert, they got along. He was the coach. Joel became his mentor though. Would sit with him before shows and help him. Teach him psychology -- and Franklin took to it. He listened. He put it in practice. He wasn’t Clyde Puder or Keith Holly. He didn’t have their size so he didn’t draw their attention, but he was good. More than good enough, he was good. He was main roster good. He was quality-heel-who-should-get-pushed good. He didn’t have the overness of a Casey Valentine or Cameron Vessey or Primus Allen. He knew why they were at the top of the card. He knew that he had to bide his time and work his way up to their level. He’d only been a pro for two years, but he had come a long way. A really long way.

He had adopted the moniquer “Flawless” because he truly believed he did not have any weaknesses as a wrestler. He believed that he was, in fact, flawless, as a wrestler. He could brawl, he could fly a little, he could wrestle on the mat, he could cut a promo, he understood how to put together a match. It was only a matter of time. Clyde Puder was destined to be the face of the company -- he knew that, but Franklin could be the top working heel. He could contrast Keith and the Devil’s Rejects by being just the best wrestler that he could possibly be. His whole life he had just been good, but here… in the eighteen by eighteen square of metal and wood and carpet and canvas -- he could be great. He could be flawless.
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Unread 12-19-2018, 08:51 AM
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Franklin just became my favorite graduate, surpassing both Jakob and Clyde, I am a sucker for this kind of backstory. Push him to the moon please.
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Unread 12-19-2018, 11:18 AM
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Climb Franklin, Climb! 2020 RMW champion. Calling it now. That gives him a year to build
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Unread 12-19-2018, 11:30 AM
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Louis Tully


Louis Tully should be dead. That’s not hyperbole. He should be. He was born with a heart defect. Doctors did not think he’d live past the age of ten. He did. He also grew big and strong, but the fact that he was supposed to be dead never stopped weighing on him. He lived a life he was not proud of. His teenage years were spent running from squad cars, running with people he shouldn’t have, and having two children before he was seventeen. Needless to say, he was not on the path his mother wanted him to be on. She yelled at him. It didn’t matter. She cried. It didn’t matter. She begged. It didn’t matter. He was who he was -- that’s how he reasoned it to himself. He was a product of his environment. He was from south-central Los Angeles. From the Watts neighborhood. Where you were either a red, a purple, a blue, or a black and gold. Those were your colors. You didn’t want to be colorless.

Louis had rocked the purple. He was Grape Street. Jordan Downs. He repped with pride. Dickies with a heavy sag. Purple flag. He was the biggest so he had to be the baddest. They tattooed him. He dropped out of school. Then -- they came to his house. Lowriders with the top down. Black and gold. Hanging out the side. They shot up the small house his mother had worked her butt off at three jobs to afford. He wasn’t home. They didn’t know that. Or they did. Either way, they didn’t care. His mom was home though. His own lady of Guadalupe. And she was gone. Gone because he made decisions that ended up ending her life. He cried for the first time in years when he came home to the police tape. When he couldn’t go in his house. When she was being wheeled out.

He knew he needed to make a change -- so he moved to Denver to live with his abuelita who had relocated there. His abuelita. His mother’s mom. She was so disappointed in him. She had told him that his nonsense wouldn’t fly in her house. He had to shape up. Had to get a job. His GED. It was there that he saw an AD in the paper for Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling.

He had never been a big pro wrestling fan. His abuelita loved lucha libre -- and he knew enough to get by. He know El Patron. El Mitico. Senior Lucha. Louis Montero. He knew OLLIE. The People’s Promotion. His abuelita had watched OLLIE religiously before she moved. She had learned to use the computer so she could watch SOTBW. El Leon. Axxis Jr. Champagne Lover. Lucha libre was second only to her catholicism. He knew that. He knew he could make her proud.

He was too big to be a proper lucha. Was not the athlete that required either. He was tough though. Tough as nails. Had been shot in the shoulder when he was fifteen and never went to the hospital. Just let his vato pull it out with a pair of pliers and then burn it closed. So he enrolled. He was going to make his abuelito proud. He was going to make his mother proud -- whereever she was. He was still rough around the edges. Swore too much. Was too quick to want to throw punches when he felt offended. But, professional wrestling was supposed to be the domain of tough men who didn’t fit into society. That was him. He was Hell’s Angel -- and this was his shot at redemption.
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Unread 12-19-2018, 12:05 PM
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We had done it. We had officially made it to regional -- and with big gains. We had been making steady improvements. Steadily gaining popularity and prestige. We were getting rave reviews. Our Third Anniversary show tour the house down. Bryan Vessey came in and helped make Logan look like a stud. It was our fiftieth show. I was incredibly proud of where we came from. We had started running a non-descript high school gymnasium. Seventy-six people had been at our first show. Now we were steadily doing 500 -- and could have been doing more.

We could have been running bigger buildings than the Oxford Arena for awhile, but I wanted to stay close to home. Now, it was time to branch out a little bit. I was going to try to renovate the Oxford Arena, or find a bigger property we could run out of, but with our television coverage covering all of the Rocky Mountains, it was probably a good time to hit some other venues and see what else was out there.

RMW Live #13 would also be KC Glenn’s farewell. He was going back to Burning Hammer for almost thirty-thousand dollars a month. That was big money. Three hundred sixty thousand dollars a year. He was going to live a comfortable life. He was a good wrestler. A good talent. Even more, he had made Marjorie happy. That was the past though. Marjorie was sad, but she was not letting it stop her from being productive. She was showing up to work. She was doing her job with maybe increased precision and focus. Choosing her work as the outlet for her frustration and sadness. I was here if she needed me, but she rarely needed me anymore. Rarely.

I sighed and ran my fingers through my hair while double checking the final card for #13 before sending it to the printers.

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RMW Live #13
Saturday, Week 2, February, 2019
Live from Washington State Gymnasium, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Aired On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

Main Event
RMW Can-Am Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus “The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder ©

Semi Main Event
Grudge Match
Eight Man Tag
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The House of Stone versus The Devil’s Rejects

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Elemental IV versus Charger Siaki w/Streetz

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Juan Soler versus “Relentless” Wesley Browning

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Bradley & Veder] versus Samoan Demolition w/ Streetz
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Unread 12-19-2018, 12:14 PM
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Main Event
RMW Can-Am Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus “The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder ©

Semi Main Event
Grudge Match
Eight Man Tag
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The House of Stone versus The Devil’s Rejects

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Elemental IV versus Charger Siaki w/Streetz

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Juan Soler versus “Relentless” Wesley Browning

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Bradley & Veder] versus Samoan Demolition w/ Streetz
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Unread 12-19-2018, 08:23 PM
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Main Event
RMW Can-Am Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus “The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder ©

Semi Main Event
Grudge Match
Eight Man Tag
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The House of Stone versus The Devil’s Rejects

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Elemental IV versus Charger Siaki w/Streetz

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Juan Soler versus “Relentless” Wesley Browning

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Bradley & Veder] versus Samoan Demolition w/ Streetz
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Unread 12-19-2018, 09:36 PM
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RMW Live #13
Saturday, Week 2, February, 2019
Live from Washington State Gymnasium, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Aired On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

Main Event
RMW Can-Am Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus “The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder ©
This hurts me physically and emotionally to make this prediction! lol

Semi Main Event
Grudge Match
Eight Man Tag
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The House of Stone versus The Devil’s Rejects

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Elemental IV versus Charger Siaki w/Streetz
I could never find a good anything for Charger in all my SWF saves so

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush
You just did a feature on him so I think he is going to win

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Juan Soler versus “Relentless” Wesley Browning

Nickname workers should always win lol

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Bradley & Veder] versus Samoan Demolition w/ Streetz
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Unread 12-20-2018, 02:55 AM
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RMW Live #13
Saturday, Week 2, February, 2019
Live from Washington State Gymnasium, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Aired On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

Main Event
RMW Can-Am Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus “The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder ©

Semi Main Event
Grudge Match
Eight Man Tag
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The House of Stone versus The Devil’s Rejects

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Elemental IV versus Charger Siaki w/Streetz

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Juan Soler versus “Relentless” Wesley Browning

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Bradley & Veder] versus Samoan Demolition w/ Streetz
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Unread 12-20-2018, 06:22 AM
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Took a few days of reading, but I'm finally all caught up!

RMW Live #13

RMW Can-Am Championship
KC Glenn versus “The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder ©

The House of Stone versus The Devil’s Rejects

Elemental IV versus Charger Siaki w/Streetz

“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush

Juan Soler versus “Relentless” Wesley Browning

The Puerto Rican Exchange [Bradley & Veder] versus Samoan Demolition w/ Streetz
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Unread 12-20-2018, 09:41 AM
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I actually logged on early enough to get a pick'em in, hooray! (I'm usually late to the party)


RMW Live #13
Saturday, Week 2, February, 2019
Live from Washington State Gymnasium, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Aired On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

Main Event
RMW Can-Am Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus “The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder ©

Semi Main Event
Grudge Match
Eight Man Tag
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The House of Stone versus The Devil’s Rejects

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Elemental IV versus Charger Siaki w/Streetz

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Juan Soler versus “Relentless” Wesley Browning

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Bradley & Veder] versus Samoan Demolition w/ Streetz
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Unread 12-20-2018, 09:50 AM
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Main Event
RMW Can-Am Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus “The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder ©
Not much to say here since he is leaving, will he get buried

Semi Main Event
Grudge Match
Eight Man Tag
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The House of Stone versus The Devil’s Rejects

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Elemental IV versus Charger Siaki w/Streetz

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Juan Soler versus “Relentless” Wesley Browning
New nickname same ole Wesley

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Bradley & Veder] versus Samoan Demolition w/ Streetz
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