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JUNE 2017, WEEK 4...

Show Rating: 84

Pre-Show Match: The Natural & Solomon Gold defeated Local Enhancement Talents (62)

Announce Team:



Peter Michaels, Tom Townsend and 'RDJ' Ricky Dale Johnson



The show kicked off with the man who ended last week's show: Sean McFly!! The 'Best in the World' headed to the ring to his iconic Jimi Hendrix entrance theme, looking like he'd never been away... He asked for a microphone, and was handed one... McFly looked delighted to be back, after three months on the shelf... But he also had a twinge of sadness to his voice and actions... He began by saying that he was BACK!! And he let the crowd chant his name...

Sean McFly: “But I also have sad news... I've been offered an opportunity that's far too good to turn down... To go and work in the United States of America again (with USPW)... The U.S. is where I got my start in this business... and it was an offer I simply couldn't refuse... BUT... If I'm going out... I'm going out in STYLE!!”

Fighting the tears, and also fighting through the noise of some opinionated members of the crowd, who booed him loudly, McFly said that at Jeopardy, he'd be going out with a win... Against his Brother-in-law: Edd Stone, in a CANADIAN STREET FIGHT!! Edd was the man that took McFly out the last time he was in a NOTBPW... When they meet next month at Jeopardy, it'll be the last EVER time the 'Best in the World' is in a NOTBPW ring...


Before our opening contest got underway we got a reminder that if Dan DaLay and Derek Frost defeat The Mavericks (John Maverick and Julian Watson), they will battle Cameron Vessey and Christian Price at Jeopardy for the NOTBPW Tag Team Titles!! And then... If Robin DaLay defeats HIS mystery opponent, he'll EARN a shot on the Main Roster... General Manager Alex DeColt doesn't want either of these things to happen... So he'll be watching both matches closely...


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Bad Reputation (Dan DaLay & Derek Frost) w/ Robin DaLay [vs] The Mavericks (John Maverick & Julian Watson)

In a match largely considered better than their meeting at Mid Summer Madness, Dan DaLay and Derek Frost were looking for the same result against their rivals John Maverick and Julian Watson. Both teams fought hard for the win, which would be hugely beneficial for either. But in the end, it was big Dan DaLay's 'DaLay Down' that kept Watson laying down!

Winners: Bad Reputation (Dan DaLay & Derek Frost) w/ Robin DaLay
Rating: 73
Finish: 'DaLay Down' Headbutt




Dan DaLay, Derek Frost and Robin DaLay didn't get long to celebrate the big win which has now earned Bad Reputation a Tag Team Title match at Jeopardy... Because NOTBPW General Manager Alex DeColt arrived on the stage... He sarcastically congratulated Bad Reputation, and told Robin DaLay that his singles match... was NEXT... and that the man he'll be fighting against has recently asked him for fresh competition to 'test himself' against... From half way up the ramp, Alex pointed to the stage... and the NOTBPW Canadian Champion arrived!!!


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Robin DaLay w/ Dan DaLay & Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan

'One Sided'. That's not the only words you can use to describe Robin DaLay's first outing on the Main Roster, but it's a little bit nicer than 'Domination'. Or even 'Pointless'. Robin DaLay was never going to beat Gargantuan here tonight, but he kept kicking and fighting. In the end, he was slammed with the 'Ultimate Backbreaker' (Military Press Drop onto Knee)!

Winner: 'The Monster' Gargantuan
Rating: 79
Finish: 'Ultimate Backbreaker'


Gargantuan left Robin DaLay lying in the ring, as Dan DaLay and Derek Frost stood over Dan's son's broken body... The 20 year old's spirit also looked broken... And Dan knew it... He tried to help Robin to his feet, but the youngster's legs and lower back failed him... He couldn't get up... What does this mean for the future of Robin DaLay on the Main Roster...?! Can Bad Reputation get over this in time for Jeopardy...?!




We cut to two videos next, showing both Steve DeColt AND Jack DeColt arriving at the arena, separately of course... Steve and Jack have been out of action since the Fatal-4-Way Match at Glory involving Ricky DeColt, who is out indefinitely... and 'The Monster' Gargantuan, who caused all three injuries... One of Steve and Jack DeColt will get a Title Match against Gargantuan at Jeopardy, and to decide which one, the two will meet next week, on NOTBPW Championship Wrestling...!!




Katie Cameron was stood backstage, with her guest: NOTBPW Television Champion James Hernandez... 'Mr. Mainstream' said he heard what Tim Westybrook had to say about him last week, where he said he was 'too good' for Hernandez... The Television Champion said that Westybrook should prove it... tonight... in a singles match... Tim Westybrook walked up at this point, and Hernandez got a little defensive, ready for an attack... But Westybrook just wanted to accept the challenge!

Tim Westybrook: “Yeah I'll fight you tonight Hernandez... It'll be a good 'tune-up match' ahead of my Open Challenge at Jeopardy... I'm hoping the man that accepts my challenge is JUST like you...”

James Hernandez: “Ohhh 'Iron Man'... I'm going to make you regret those comments tonight... See you later...”

Ahead of our next match, we saw a Twitter exchange between Lord James King and Wade Orson, where the former told Orson that he will grant the British newcomer a singles match against him... But only if... Orson and his tag team partner can defeat 'The Gentleman' and his partner: 'Shooter' Sean Deeley!! Wade Orson's final response was that he'd chosen a partner equal to or greater than Deeley... 'The Ace' up his sleeve, Aaron Andrews... King hasn't responded since...



Wade Orson & Aaron Andrews [vs] Lord James King & Sean Deeley

Wade Orson's pick as his partner: Aaron Andrews, proved to be a wise decision. Andrews is a former World Champion in TCW, and has an incredible wrestling acumen. Of course, the same can be said for Lord James King's chosen partner: 'Shooter' Sean Deeley, who is one of the best in-ring talents NOTBPW has ever seen. Orson's clear advantage though was that Lord James King is scared of him! Tonight, that was clear, when LJK left his partner Deeley high and dry. Orson hit his 'Bounce Back' DDT finisher, and then pinned the Shooter!

Winners: Wade Orson & Aaron Andrews
Rating: 81
Finish: 'Bounce Back' (Kip-Up DDT)




Lord James King didn't hang around... He ran up the ramp backwards... desperately trying to find a way to get out of the singles match he'd promised Wade Orson if his team won... which they did... But 'Shooter' Sean Deeley wanted to speak to Aaron Andrews directly, so grabbed a microphone... Deeley told Andrews that first of all, 'The Ace' got lucky tonight... Wade Orson was a great partner... while Lord James King was a chicken***t...!!

Sean Deeley: “But let's be real Aaron... All you've done since you've been here in NOTBPW is LOSE big matches...!! You arrived with so much hype... and you're great in the ring... But you lose... and lose... and LOSE...!! Now... I want a BIG match... against YOU... at Jeopardy!!”

Aaron Andrews accepted the challenge, and warned Sean Deeley to be careful what he wished for... Andrews hasn't won a match on pay-per-view since he got here, but he HAS faced the best of the best... He entered the Super Slam Battle Royale in his first match here, and made a good showing... He then faced James Hernandez, Sonny Wildside, and Deeley at Glory, coming up short against Hernandez... and it was 'Mainstream' Hernandez who beat Andrews 1 on 1 at Mid Summer Madness... Deeley believes Andrews simply MUST win his next big pay-per-view match...



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'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'The King of the Wasteland' Mutant w/ Aldous Blackfriar

Another one-sided affair here, but much less so than the Robin DaLay versus Gargantuan match from earlier tonight. Mutant is a big man, and one that Harrison Hash struggled to move around the ring. But Hash has been wrestling for longer than Mutant has been alive!! He knew how to get the big man down and keep him there!! In the end though, he ran right into the 'Tina Turner' from Mutant, and was pinned by the 360lber!

Winner: 'The King of the Wasteland' Mutant w/ Aldous Blackfriar
Rating: 73
Finish: 'Tina Turner' (Brick Wall Clothesline)




Aldous Blackfriar grabbed a microphone, and stood in the ring with his friend and bodyguard Mutant as Harrison Hash struggled to get to his feet on the other side of the ring... Aldous said that next week, Harrison Hash's life won't be getting any easier... because it'll be Hash and Blackfriar... 1 on 1... in a re-match from their outing two weeks ago, which Hash won!! After Mutant had 'softened up' Hash, Aldous now believes the match will be a 'fair' 1 on 1 match!!




Backstage, Sonny Wildside and Solomon Gold were in a locker room, thanking The Natural for his help last week... The veteran American saved the two fan favourites from a beating at the hands of Sean Deeley, Ernest Youngman, and The Ring Generals Dean Waldorf and Marv Statler... The Natural said that Wildside and Gold were BOTH in contention to be his new tag team partner in the absence of Owen Love... But Wildside said he thinks Gold would make the better partner... Dubbing them 'The American Blondes'...!!


Ernest Youngman, Dean Waldorf and Marv Statler walked up at this point, laughing at what they'd just heard come out of Sonny Wildside's mouth... 'The American Blondes' sounded stupid to them, and they're going to prove how stupid a tag team pairing the two are next week... The Natural and Solomon Gold in their first televised match together... Taking on 'The Ring Generals' Dean Waldorf and Marv Statler!! Sonny Wildside said he'd gladly fight Ernest Youngman TONIGHT... But he can't...

Sonny Wildside: “As much as I'd love to beat you again Ernest... Tonight I have the former NOTBPW Canadian Champion: Jack DeColt... in the Main Event!!”



'Mainstream' James Hernandez [vs] 'The Iron Man' Tim Westybrook

James Hernandez and Tim Westybrook are no strangers to one another, and it was no surprise to see them put on the match of the night here. Hernandez used his quickness to stay out of Westybrook's grasp, and keep the big man guessing. Westybrook is an experienced competitor though, and he knew what he needed to do. Stay patient, and stay focused, and that's exactly what he did! As soon as he got an opportunity, Herandez was taken down, and was in real trouble! However, Hernandez is as resilient as they come, and he was able to withstand the barrage of attacks from the 290lber. In the end, he was able to hit the 'Apparition #14' twice, and keep Westybrook down for three!

Winner: 'Mainstream' James Hernandez
Rating: 85
Finish: 'Apparition #14' Spear




After the match was over, James Hernandez had his hand raised, and 'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh made his way to the ring... Cav is Hernandez's opponent for Jeopardy, but he's been in a rivalry with Tim Westybrook for the best part of a year!! At first, it looked as though Cav was going to take out Tim Westybrook, and the big 'Iron Man' cowered in the corner... But the big fan favourite slammed into Hernandez, knocking him off his feet initially... A shoulder tackle, followed by a big 'Dominator' was enough to keep the NOTBPW Television Champion down... But Cav still felt the need to hit his sit out spinebuster finisher!! He then grabbed a microphone...

Danny Cavanagh: “You have been sticking your nose in too much business James... The only thing you should be focused on... is ME... And Tim Westybrook... Buddy... I'm going to BEAT James Hernandez for the NOTBPW Television Title... and then I might just answer your little open challenge in the same, damn, night...”

Next up... We saw a promo video for the returning Joey Poison!!


Seemingly now known as only 'Poison', the 40 year old Canadian has had a great career... but finally got a big break when NOTBPW signed him around 14 months ago... Unfortunately for Poison, he suffered a career threatening concussion that many thought would force him to retire from in-ring competition... But almost 12 months to the day later, and this was the first promo video for his return!! No news on a return date just yet... but it can't be far away...




'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt

Two men with very different styles in this Main Event, and the clash was interesting, without being spectacular. Sonny Wildside is a high-flying daredevil who will do absolutely anything to win a match or entertain a crowd. He lives up to his nickname as 'The Man Without Fear' every time he competes! The same could be said for 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt. All of his matches are wild brawls, and that's just the way he likes it. He can brawl with anyone 1 on 1, and can turn any match into the match he wants to have! Here tonight, Wildside tried, but he was no match for the cunning DeColt, who won it with his 'End of Days' finisher!

Winner: 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Rating: 81
Finish: 'End of Days' (Baron Corbin's Finisher)




After the match was finished, Jack DeColt stood on a turnbuckle and scoured the crowd for his brother Steve DeColt... 'The Outsider' likes to sit deep into the crowd and watch from a safe distance at times... It didn't take long for both Jack DeColt and the cameras to pick Steve out... He stood up and glared at his brother... The two DeColts will do battle here next week, for the chance to face Gargantuan at Jeopardy... It's not exactly a desirable prize to want to win... But at least they'll be getting a NOTBPW Canadian Title shot...


Bad Reputation [def.] The Mavericks
Gargantuan [def.] Robin DaLay
Wade Orson & Aaron Andrews [def.] Lord James King & Sean Deeley
Mutant [def.] Harrison Hash
James Hernandez [def.] Tim Westybrook
Jack DeColt [def.] Sonny Wildside







USPW have completed the signing of another former SWF World Heavyweight Champion: 40 year old Rogue, whose second reign at the top of SWF only ended four months ago... USPW's roster is looking really good right now, but a lot of their recent signings are the wrong side of 40... (Rogue, Sean McFly, Duane Stone, Eddie Peak)... The 27 year old Jared Johnson is the only recent new arrival that bucks that trend...

In the 'Half Year Awards', two NOTBPW stars have been named among the winners... and potential winners of the full prize... Sonny Wildside has been named as 'Young Wrestler of the Year' (so far)... and Steve DeColt is up for 'Veteran Wrestler of the Year' (so far)... There's still a long way to go, but it's good to see some NOTBPW in the running...




[OOC] Prize winners for the month of June will be announced shortly!
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Two winners to send prizes out to... BigJay2003 scored an impressive 23 points for the month of June... and BadNewsFryer is owed a prize for the top score of Mid Summer Madness Keep an eye on your inboxes lads.

Honourable mention for Satyr24, who guessed Gargantuan would be Robin DaLay's mystery opponent

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< < QUICK PICKS for NOTBPW: Championship Wrestling, JULY 2017, WEEK 1… > >


'The Iron Fist' Dan DaLay w/ Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan

The Natural & Solomon Gold (The American Blondes) [vs] The Ring Generals

'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'The Man Beast' Akima Brave

'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant

Erik Strong & Donte Dunn [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt

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'The Iron Fist' Dan DaLay w/ Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan
Sorry Dan, hope you make it out of the match with your body still intact.

The Natural & Solomon Gold (The American Blondes) [vs] The Ring Generals
The Ring Generals are the bottom boys of the Shooter stable, so they lose here to help build up the tag storyline for The Natural and his search for a partner.

'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'The Man Beast' Akima Brave
Akima has been a solid midcarder, so I don't see him punching up to Cavanagh just yet.

'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant
Friar gets his revenge win, probably with some help.

Erik Strong & Donte Dunn [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price
No chance the guys challenging for the titles lose to Strong and Dunn here.

'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
Giving Steve the win here, since Jack hasn't been able to take a clean loss to anyone while champ. Now that he doesn't have the belt, Steve can beat him without the title changing hands.
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'The Iron Fist' Dan DaLay w/ Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan

The Natural & Solomon Gold (The American Blondes) [vs] The Ring Generals

'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh
[vs] 'The Man Beast' Akima Brave

'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant

Erik Strong & Donte Dunn [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'The Outsider' Steve DeColt
[vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
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'The Iron Fist' Dan DaLay w/ Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan

The Natural & Solomon Gold (The American Blondes) [vs] The Ring Generals

'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'The Man Beast' Akima Brave

'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant

Erik Strong & Donte Dunn [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
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'The Iron Fist' Dan DaLay w/ Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan

The Natural & Solomon Gold (The American Blondes) [vs] The Ring Generals

'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh
[vs] 'The Man Beast' Akima Brave

'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant

Erik Strong & Donte Dunn [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'The Outsider' Steve DeColt
[vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
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'The Iron Fist' Dan DaLay w/ Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan

The Natural & Solomon Gold (The American Blondes) [vs] The Ring Generals

'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'The Man Beast' Akima Brave

'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant

Erik Strong & Donte Dunn [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
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'The Iron Fist' Dan DaLay w/ Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan
Not thinking this is the title shot they wanted...

The Natural & Solomon Gold (The American Blondes) [vs] The Ring Generals
I actually think Wildside is ultimately the partner for The Natural, so the loss here gives him the chance to partner with The Natural and build on it.

'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'The Man Beast' Akima Brave
Feeding Brave to Cavanagh here.

'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant
The build up of the Blackfriar/Mutant pairing continues.

Erik Strong & Donte Dunn [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price
Give the established team the win, but this should be a good one.

'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt
I think Jack gets the win because he will get a shot at Gargantuan, so give him the big momentum heading into that match.
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Sorry for the loooong delay here... I've been seriously getting my Fifa 19 on so this has taken a back seat for a bit. I have plenty of shows fully written though, so it's all good




JULY 2017, WEEK 1...

Show Rating: 93

Pre-Show Match: Thrill Seeker defeated Hugh Ancrie with a 'Daredevil Drop' Moonsault 73

Announce Team:



Peter Michaels, Tom Townsend and 'RDJ' Ricky Dale Johnson


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We opened the show by learning that due to Danny Cavanagh's attack on the NOTBPW Television Champion James Hernandez last week, Hernandez was not here tonight... Cavanagh is, and he'll be in action a little later on... But next week, BOTH men will be in HUGE singles matches... 'Mighty' Cavanagh will take on 'Shooter' Sean Deeley, for the first time since Clash Classic 2016... Over 17 months ago!! Deeley won that match, so Cav will be out for long-awaited revenge... As for James Hernandez, he'll take on Edd Stone... The pair have had three matches since they both arrived in NOTBPW... Hernandez has a 3 and 0 record over the cocky young Stone Brother...

Speaking of people out injured... 'The Monster' Gargantuan's reign of terror continued last week, when he added Robin DaLay to the growing list of names he's taken out... Ricky DeColt, Trent Shaffer, and now Robin DaLay are on the shelf because of the NOTBPW Canadian Champion... and it now means that Robin won't be allowed to compete on the Main Roster!! Here live here tonight, Robin DaLay's father Dan DaLay, and his tag team partner Derek Frost were in the ring... DaLay was furious with Alex DeColt for choosing Gargantuan as Robin's opponent last week... But he was also furious with 'The Monster' himself...

Dan DaLay: “GARGANTUAN!! You wanna take people out...?! Put 'em on the shelf...?! You want competition...?! Let's see you try and do that to ME!! Get out here... and fight me... NOW!!”


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'The Iron Fist' Dan DaLay w/ Derek Frost [vs] 'The Monster' Gargantuan

In a battle of the big men, Dan DaLay refused to back down from Gargantuan! Garg goes 7'1”, 350lbs, while standing across the ring from him was a big man just as dangerous, in the 6'7”, 320lber Dan DaLay! The two big men knocked lumps out of each other. In the end though, despite a little help from Derek Frost, DaLay was no match for Gargantuan's power! 'The Monster' hit his 'Ultimate Backbreaker' to end DaLay's fight.

Winner: 'The Monster' Gargantuan
Rating: 78
Finish: 'Ultimate Backbreaker' (Military Press Drop onto Knee)






Backstage, 'The Outsider' Steve DeColt was walking through a corridor, just a few segments away from a win or stay home match against his brother Jack DeColt... The winner fights Gargantuan for the NOTBPW Canadian Title at Jeopardy, the loser doesn't have a match at the July pay-per-view... As Steve DeColt walked, looking confident, a familiar face walked around the corner... 'The Best in the World' Sean McFly!! The two NOTBPW legends shared a moment of tension, before Steve DeColt outstretched a hand to his former rival... McFly accepted the handshake, albeit a little reluctantly...




The American Blondes (The Natural & Solomon Gold) [vs] The Ring Generals (Dean Waldorf & Marv Statler)

Exceptional match, considering it was The Natural and Solomon Gold's first match together on TV. The Ring Generals have a lot of experience as a tag team; they've been a tandem for over 12 years now! They used their experience edge to take Solomon Gold to school! The 21 year old learnt more in this match than he has in the previous 2 months! He eventually tagged The Natural in, and he made a real difference. But he was no match for the two 'Shooters', and he was taken down by a 'Backdrop Backbreaker' from Marv Statler!

Winners: The Ring Generals (Dean Waldorf & Marv Statler)
Rating: 82
Finish: 'Backdrop Backbreaker' (Lumbar Check)



After the match, we learnt that The Natural and Solomon Gold will be on the same side of the ring again at Jeopardy next Saturday... They will compete in a six-man tag team match, with the exceptional talent: 'The Man Without Fear' Sonny Wildside on their side... And their opponents will be the men they just faced: Dean Waldorf and Marv Statler, along with 'The Assassin of the Squared Circle' Ernest Youngman!!




'The Iron Man' Tim Westybrook made his way to the ring for the next match, joining the announce team to cast an eye on his former tag team partner 'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh... He told Peter Michaels, Ricky Dale Johnson and Tom Townsend that he's not afraid of Cavanagh... He's not afraid of James Hernandez... and he's certainly not afraid of issuing an 'Open Challenge' at Jeopardy... He's actually excited!! Big Danny Cavanagh glared at Westybrook as he arrived in the ring, but as the match began, he instantly regretted taking his eye off his opponent...


'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'The Man Beast' Akima Brave

Akima Brave is not a man to be messed with. 'The Man Beast' comes from a large Samoan Family of dependable workers, who with a little bit more luck could have been as important to wrestling as some of the major Canadian Families have been! Brave is still looking for that big win to take him to the next level, but it didn't come here. He was in control for a while, but he couldn't overcome the sheer power of big Cavanagh, who hit his 'Sit-Out Spinebuster' finisher after around 11 minutes!

Winner: 'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh
Rating: 83
Finish: 'Sit-Out Spinebuster'




Following the match, we found out about a HUGE match set for next week on NOTBPW Championship Wrestling!! 'The Best in the World' Sean McFly will compete in a FIRST TIME EVER encounter, as he takes on 'The Ace' Aaron Andrews!! This is a massive match for Andrews... Who according to Sean Deeley, 'always loses big matches'... There's no doubt that 'Shooter' Sean Deeley will be watching this clash very closely indeed... He will have also watched Danny Cavanagh in action... because Deeley faces Cavanagh next week too!!



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'All Business' Harrison Hash [vs] 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant

Harrison Hash has been a target for Aldous Blackfriar for weeks now, with the youngster claiming to be a fan of Hash's when he was a kid. Hash used his vast experience and in-ring IQ to keep Aldous at arms length, but he could do nothing about the charismatic youngster's backup at ringside, Mutant! The huge 22 year old bodyguard was the difference in this match. Being a constant distraction for Hash was one thing, but when he clotheslined the veteran on the outside of the ring, he nearly took his head off! The match ended with Aldous Blackfriar locking his 'Batwing' finisher on Harrison Hash, and making him tap out!

Winner: 'Dark Watch' Aldous Blackfriar w/ Mutant
Rating: 73
Finish: 'Batwing' (Crossface Chickenwing)


A huge scalp for Aldous Blackfriar here, as his stock continues to rise in NOTBPW... He, along with his bodyguard/friend Mutant, have had an incredible four months on the Main Roster... They've beaten everyone they've come up against, but nobody knows who they'll be targeting next... As for Harrison Hash, he has bags of ability, and can bounce back from a defeat like this... He beat Aldous Blackfriar a month ago, so he may well demand a 'rubber match' to settle things properly...




In his favourite 'Gentleman's Club', 'Gentleman' Lord James King was sat having a beverage at the bar, with his trademark white shirt and braces... His left fist had brass knucks across his knuckles, and he nursed a gin and tonic through a straw... He spoke to the camera about his rival Wade Orson, whom he believes cheated to win their tag team match last week... By choosing Aaron Andrews as Orson's partner, he had an incredibly unfair advantage!! However, a 'Gentleman's' agreement is a 'Gentleman's' agreement, and due to Orson's victory, next week, Orson and King WILL fight 1 on 1...!!

Lord James King: “But it's going to be on MY terms... We're going to fight in a match with NO Disqualifications!! NO Count Outs... and NO Rules!! See you next Wednesday old chum...”



Erik Strong & Donte Dunn [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

Two very good tag teams here with bright futures in NOTBPW, with an average age of just 30! Erik Strong and Donte Dunn are perhaps just one big victory away from taking the next step in the tag team division, but they weren't going to be getting that win here tonight. Cameron Vessey and Christian Price dominated their likeable opponents and kept them on the back foot throughout. In the end, Price hit his 'Stud Stopper' on Dunn, and nearly broke his jaw!

Winners: Cameron Vessey & Christian Price
Rating: 75
Finish: 'Stud Stopper' Stunner






We saw a video package next, hyping the return of a man who has been out for over a YEAR!! Joey Poison was signed from CGC and made his NOTBPW debut in May 2016... He went weeks undefeated, but caught a major concussion in a match against Flash Savage, who was later released by NOTBPW management due to backstage heat... The man known now as just 'POISON' will be returning to NOTBPW in a few weeks... and should make his return around 13 months after his career threatening injury...




'The Outsider' Steve DeColt [vs] 'Wild Man' Jack DeColt

The joint best match of 2017 for NOTBPW here. Interestingly the other two were Steve vs Jack DeColt, and Steve vs Ricky DeColt! Had this match gone to a result, it may even have cracked the 100 rated match, but it was still a fantastic effort from both men. We saw so many near falls, and strong submission attempts, but neither man could get the job done and finish off the other once and for all! The 'prize' for winning this match is a date with Gargantuan at Jeopardy! As unstoppable as 'The Monster' is, a NOTBPW Canadian Title shot is a desirable reward. Both men showed how much they wanted to be one step closer to Gargantuan. But in the end, a collision of heads on the outside of the ring resulted in a double count out for the brothers! A result the fans weren't happy about, and when Steve and Jack DeColt came to, neither were they!

Winner: DRAW
Rating: 99
Finish: Double Count-Out




After the match, NOTBPW General Manager Alex DeColt headed onto the stage, and gave Steve and Jack the chance to regain their thoughts... They were both dazed, slightly confused, and clearly in pain... And both were angry with the outcome of their match... But Alex DeColt had a solution to the issue at hand... He said that at Jeopardy, he's decided who will get the Title Shot against the undefeated 'Monster' Gargantuan, for the NOTBPW Canadian Title...

Alex DeColt: “In less than two weeks at Jeopardy... We're going to have 'The Monster' Gargantuan... Defending his NOTBPW Canadian Title against... STEVE DeCOLT!!... AND... JACK DeCOLT!!... In a Triple Threat Match!!”



Gargantuan [def.] Dan DaLay
The Ring Generals [def.] The Natural & Solomon Gold (The American Blondes)
Danny Cavanagh [def.] Akima Brave
Aldous Blackfriar [def.] Harrison Hash
Cameron Vessey & Christian Price [def.] Erik Strong & Donte Dunn
Steve DeColt and Jack DeColt [DREW]







At USPW's 4th of July show: Independence Day Slam, Remo became the new USPW World Champion, ending the record breaking reign of Steve Frehley at 21 months (including 20 Title defences!!!)


OOC Note: I wanted to speak about the injuries to both Owen Love and Jacob Jett for a moment, while it's on my mind... Both men are out for over 7 months following successful surgery for both men... On one hand, it sucks, because it's completely 'ruined' my entire Tag Team Division... However, what you may not have known, was that I was planning a 'split' for the CanAm Blondes in the next month or so anyway... The idea was to have them take on a tag team as proteges: Solomon Gold and Sonny Wildside... The NEW CanAm Blondes!! OR... Perhaps have them each take on a protege, with Natural teaming with Gold, and Love teaming with Wildside... The American Blondes, and The Canadian Blondes... Staying as friends, occasionally working 8-man tags... and staying away from each other until the first round of next year's Ed Henson Memorial Tag Team Cup!! This may still be an option of course!!

As for Jacob Jett, this is the most disappointing... My plan was to split them too eventually, but not yet... Thrill Seeker was brought in to the company specifically to be Jett's partner... The 36 year old has a great grasp of the basics, and as something of a tag team specialist, I knew he could help turn the potential of Jett into the World Champion I want him to be one day!! Jett's now out until the new year, but his skills have improved greatly in the 16 months he's been teamed up in World's Most Wanted... Ironically, one of the only skills that hasn't gone up, is 'basics' haha!! I have big plans for Jett when he returns too...


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'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'Shooter' Sean Deeley

Bad Reputation (Dan DaLay & Derek Frost) [vs] The Mavericks (Julian Watson & John Maverick

'Awesome' Wade Orson [vs] 'Gentleman' Lord James King

Mark Griffin & Harrison Hash [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'Mainstream' James Hernandez [vs] 'The Party Animal' Edd Stone

'The Ace' Aaron Andrews [vs] 'The Best in the World' Sean McFly

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'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'Shooter' Sean Deeley

Bad Reputation (Dan DaLay & Derek Frost) [vs] The Mavericks (Julian Watson & John Maverick

'Awesome' Wade Orson [vs] 'Gentleman' Lord James King

Mark Griffin & Harrison Hash [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'Mainstream' James Hernandez [vs] 'The Party Animal' Edd Stone

'The Ace' Aaron Andrews [vs] 'The Best in the World' Sean McFly
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Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'Shooter' Sean Deeley

Bad Reputation (Dan DaLay & Derek Frost) [vs] The Mavericks (Julian Watson & John Maverick

'Awesome' Wade Orson [vs] 'Gentleman' Lord James King

Mark Griffin & Harrison Hash [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'Mainstream' James Hernandez [vs] 'The Party Animal' Edd Stone

'The Ace' Aaron Andrews [vs] 'The Best in the World' Sean McFly
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Love Jett..

'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'Shooter' Sean Deeley

Bad Reputation (Dan DaLay & Derek Frost) [vs] The Mavericks (Julian Watson & John Maverick

'Awesome' Wade Orson
[vs] 'Gentleman' Lord James King

Mark Griffin & Harrison Hash [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price

'Mainstream' James Hernandez [vs] 'The Party Animal' Edd Stone

'The Ace' Aaron Andrews [vs] 'The Best in the World' Sean McFly
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'Mighty' Danny Cavanagh [vs] 'Shooter' Sean Deeley
I don't know if there isn't hijinks outside the ring, but Cavanagh gets a good win heading into his title match.

Bad Reputation (Dan DaLay & Derek Frost) [vs] The Mavericks (Julian Watson & John Maverick
Keep building the "Saviors of the Tag Division."

'Awesome' Wade Orson [vs] 'Gentleman' Lord James King
King got the first win, and Orson took the win in tag action. King gets another one up on Orson before we get to blow it all off at a major event.

Mark Griffin & Harrison Hash [vs] Cameron Vessey & Christian Price
I figure these guys will be carrying the tag division (apologies to DaLay and Frost) with or without the belts, so giving them momentum will be key.

'Mainstream' James Hernandez [vs] 'The Party Animal' Edd Stone
Hernandez isn't going to lose to Stone, but this should be a good match (maybe even with a cheap ending).

'The Ace' Aaron Andrews [vs] 'The Best in the World' Sean McFly
McFly looks good heading into his last match. Andrews' struggles have been a little surprising considering how well he has done in TCW promotions, but I assume he is building up his overness in Canada while biding his time to move up the card.
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