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It was noon. I was sitting on my front porch lazily rocking back and forth in a chair, staring at the countryside. Everything was... peaceful, and there was a certain air of tranquility that was just pleasing to me. Life, life was good.




That was when I stood up, looking around once more. I grabbed the cup o' joe sitting on the railing of my porch and smashed it against the ground. I couldn't do this anymore. I headed inside and grabbed the family phone. I dialed the number. The number I never dreamed of having to dial again.

???: "Christian? Jesus, is that you?"

"Yes, Jerry, it's me. Listen, I was hoping to ask your advice for something.."


Jerry: "Anything, Christian.. whaddya need?"

"How does one go about setting up their own company, Jerry?"



NEW ENGLAND WRESTLING!
"The launchpad to the big leagues..."


A/N: Just imagine a world where Christian Faith started a company like MAW . So, on the road to TEW2020 I've decided I might as well replicate that scenario to give me a lengthy save to play while I count down the minutes until 2020's release. I also decided I might as well share this idea with the wonderful viewing eyes of you guys who decide to read, so I hope you enjoy it and I don't embarrass myself

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It took a few weeks, but I was finally able to set up New England Wrestling, with some secret help from Jerry and good old Pete Michaels - although Michaels respectfully declined my offer to work with NEW as our lead announcer.

I sat down in my brand new office, bought with my own hard cash, and looked at the files in front of me. I had compiled what I thought was a solid mix of veterans and unknown, young upstarts that I would try and launch into the stratosphere. I knew the veterans would be good, solid hands who would help the younger guys develop: Brendan Idol, Cal Sanders, Ford Gumble and Harry Allen. I also knew some of these younger guys seemed destined for glory: Austin Smooth, Jack Avatar, Raphael, and the Dynamite Express - Cameron Jones and Syd Collier.

I made the phone calls, set up the deals and within a week the debut NEW roster was set in stone.

ACTIVE ROSTER:



Brendan Idol | Cal Sanders | Thimbleby Langton | Wooton Fitzpaine | Stan "The Man" Manna | Rockin' Ryan Turner | Riley McManus | Ben Williams | Philippe LaGrenier | Cameron Jones | Syd Collier | Arthur Dexter Bradley | Ford Gumble | Harry Allen | "The New Age Guru Of Mayhem" Melvin Otto | Quentin Queen | Raphael | Ricochet Ramone | Jack Avatar | Austin Smooth | Johnny Needham | Ralph Liotta

OUT-OF-RING WORKERS

MANAGERS



"The Hustler For The Stars" Streetz | "Rock Princess" Osiris | Sweet Tabitha | "Bubbly" Allison Addison

ANNOUNCERS/REFEREES



Dane O'Hara | Herb Stately | Dewey Libertine | Alvin Lavin

ACTIVE TAG TEAMS



The Good Ol' Boys (Thimbleby Langton & Wooton Fitzpaine) | The Rock City Stars (Stan 'The Man' Manna & Rockin' Ryan Turner) | The Young Guns (Harry Allen & Ford Gumble) | The Dynamite Express (Cameron Jones & Syd Collier) | The Heartbreak Express (Johnny Needham & Ralph Liotta) | Ben Williams & Melvin Otto (Occasional Team)

SHOW RECORDS


1. NEW: YOUTH GONE WILD 2016
2. NEW: CRUSADE IN MARCH 2016
3. NEW: SPRING SUPERSHOW 2016
4. NEW: PROVING GROUNDS 2016
5. NEW: FATAL FURY 2016

WIN/LOSS RECORDS

1. HARRY ALLEN (5/0)
2. JACK AVATAR (5/0)
3. RILEY MCMANUS (4/2)
4. RAPHAEL (4/3)
5. STAN "THE MAN" MANNA (4/1)
6. ROCKIN' RYAN TURNER (4/1)
7. PHILIPPE LAGRENIER (3/3)
8. AUSTIN SMOOTH (3/2)
9. RICOCHET RAMONE (2/3)
10. SYD COLLIER (3/2)
11. CAMERON JONES (3/2)
12. WOOTON FITZPAINE (2/2)
13. BRENDAN IDOL (2/3)
14. FORD GUMBLE(1/3
15. THIMBLEBY LANGTON (1/3)
16. BEN WILLIAMS (0/4)
17. MELVIN OTTO (0/4)
18. QUENTIN QUEEN (1/3)
19. CAL SANDERS (0/5)
20. ARTHUR DEXTER BRADLEY (0/5)
21. JOHNNY NEEDHAM (0/1)
22. RALPH LIOTTA (0/1)

CHAMPIONS:



HARRY ALLEN
Won: Saturday, Week 3, February 2016 (Youth Gone Wild 2016)
Lost: N/A
Defences: 4
TITLE LINEAGE:




THE ROCK CITY STARS (ROCKIN' RYAN TURNER & STAN "THE MAN" MANNA)
Won: Saturday, Week 3, February 2016 (Youth Gone Wild 2016)
Lost: N/A
Defences: 1
TITLE LINEAGE:



JACK AVATAR
Won: Saturday, Week 3, February 2016 (Youth Gone Wild 2016)
Lost: N/A
Defences: 2
TITLE LINEAGE:

NEW ENGLAND WRESTLING PROVING GROUNDS TOURNAMENT:
PREVIOUS WINNERS:
1. RILEY MCMANUS (2016)

NEW ENGLAND WRESTLING ALUMNI:



1. AL THE HILLBILLY (May 2016; One-Off; 0-1 WL Record)
2. PETE THE HILLBILLY (May 2016; One-Off; 0-1 WL Record)

3. JACK GRIFFITH (May 2016; One-Off; 0-1 WL Record)

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Will be keeping my eye out for updates on this dynasty! Looking forward to it
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I love this idea. Always curious about this development company. Good luck
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Date: Monday, Week 1, February 2016

HEADLINES FROM JANUARY!




During the month of January, #1 American company United States Pro Wrestling (USPW) looked into bolstering their roster size - and did just that, hiring many beloved independent workers including Nelson Callum, Roger Cage, Masked Cougar, Greg Black, Hell's Bouncer, Kirk Jameson and Fox Mask. We wish them all the best of luck on their future endeavors with the company (though we don't have the best of faith in them.)



SWF, during January, called up several of its developmental wrestlers, including: Masked Patriot, Ekuma, Emmy, Primus Allen, Kristen Pearce and Lassana Makutsi. Could this mean we'll be seeing the SWF hire some young, upstart talent to replace these workers in RIPW soon? Who knows...



Ralph Liotta, a young, good looking worker from the US who had recently been making a name for himself in MAW alongside Johnny Needham, had quit the promotion following the Rip Chord Invitational XI. It is said he quit over a pay dispute, and many wonder if he'll end up anywhere else anytime soon..



New York City Wrestling (NYCW) and Coastal Zone Combat Wrestling (CZCW) owners, Larry Vessey and Cliff Anderson respectively, met up together in Week 3 of January to sign a new non-aggression pact, meaning that each company will refrain from signing workers housed by the other company and even from promoting events near each other's home region. This struck some as quite odd, considering both promotions are in the US-based Confederation of the Territories (COTT). Could there be ulterior motives?

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No Fox Mask and Masked Cougar! You guys need to go to BHOTWG where they'll treat you better! I'm always happy to see Fox Mask get a written deal because he really is just awesome, but am much happier when it's in Japan because working for a major company there is his Dream.
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NEW ENGLAND WRESTLING PRESENTS: YOUTH GONE WILD 2016!

614 Fans in Generic Venue, New England, USA

I looked around the 'locker room' area, at the boys getting dressed up and ready to go. Fans were still filtering into the arena. This may be a small-time company, but I've been able to at least make sure we look professional - using my own funds, of course. A little generic, but at the very least, professional.



"Alright, boys!" I called out to them. Each and every one looked at me. "Tonight is the night, tonight is the night that you prove you can go, that you can do it," I paused. "And that you deserve to be here. Now go on out there and show these paying fans what New England Wrestling is all about!" I raised one first in the air triumphantly. Nobody moved. I looked back at them all again. "Yes, I know, I'm terrible at that - probably a surprise to you. Now get on out of here and put on a show!" They all started bustling about, preparing with myself and the referees - Libertine and Lavin, and each other. I sent out a pre-show bout to let the fans now we were about to start - Gumble and Ramone.

PRE-SHOW BOUT:

FORD GUMBLE VS. RICOCHET RAMONE



The two men circled the ring. You could say they were personifications of two separate era's of wrestling - Gumble being a part of the "old breed" in modern wrestling, and Ramone one of the plucky young upstarts with a point to prove and a bone to pick. They fought in a series of brawling, and flashy aerial moves - things both are known for, before about 10 minutes in when Ford Gumble put Ramone away for the 1 2 3 after his trademark Savate Kick.

WINNER: FORD GUMBLE

RATING:

There was a notable lack of chemistry between the two, and the bout stagnated at times. The crowd was into the match, however, so that was a plus, even though both men underperformed. I waited until Ramone and Gumble made it back to the 'backstage' and sent out the crew: Dane O'Hara and Herb Stately, as well as sent out the two men who would open the official show: Cal Sanders and Philippe LaGrenier.

OPENING BOUT:

CAL SANDERS VS. PHILIPPE LAGRENIER



The bout was a flop as soon as it hit the 5 minute mark. It wasn't the workers' fault, as both of them put on a decent showing, but the crowd simply wasn't invested in them since they had no idea who either man was, and it took away from the in-ring action. Sadly, this was a poor way to start the show, and LaGrenier took home the win after 8 minutes, but at what cost?

WINNER: PHILIPPE LAGRENIER

RATING:

We moved right along into the next segment.

ANGLE #1:

STREETZ' MANAGERIAL CATASTROPHE!



In a series of pre-recorded instances, Streetz is shown to be heading around the backstage area, trying to fast talk people into becoming his clients. After failing with the Mid Atlantic Express and Ford Gumble, he heads to Riley McManus, who doesn't give much of a reaction. Will Streetz find his lucky client by the end of the show?

RATING:

That angle seemed to somewhat get us back on track, with the crowd starting to gain interest again. I sent out the next bout, one I was actually extremely excited about.

LOWER MIDCARD BOUT:

THE DYNAMITE EXPRESS VS. THE ROCK CITY STARS w/ OSIRIS FOR THE NEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS




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The bout was good - the best on the card thus far. The Dynamite Express told a great in-ring story against the Rock City Stars while the Stars & "Rock Princess" Osiris kept the fans entertained with their antics. In the end, the Stars came out on top after 14 minutes when Stan "The Man" Manna pinned Syd Collier following a Rockin' Roller. Our inaugural NEW World Tag Team Champions were now the Rock City Stars!

WINNERS: ROCK CITY STARS w/ OSIRIS (NEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS)

RATING:

I gave McManus a microphone and told him to head to the ring once the Stars & Express came backstage. He happily obliged and did just that. He had about 5 minutes on the clock.

ANGLE #2:

MCMANUS AGREES!



McManus headed out to the ring, mic in hand, making sure to get as much out of his entrance as he could. Upon getting to the ring, he paused, looked around at the crowd, and then said this in a low voice: "Streetz, I have come out here..." he paused. "I have come out here to this ring, because I ACCEPT your offer to become my manager!" The crowd looked shocked. "I AM the Arch Competitor of New England Wrestling. I AM and I WILL become the best of the best here in NEW, and I shall do so with your assistance!" McManus paused again, smirking. "And you'll do just that." He dropped the mic, headed out of the ring and walked backstage with his arrogance leaving fans booing. How could a man of such talent stoop so low?

RATING:

I was impressed with McManus' performance out there. I decided I'd compliment him after his match later tonight. I sent out the next match: Austin Smooth versus "A-D-B" Arthur Dexter Bradley.

MIDCARD BOUT:

AUSTIN SMOOTH VS. ARTHUR DEXTER BRADLEY



The men countered each other very well, and each performed above my expectations. Smooth was keeping ADB grounded throughout the whole fight, but at the same time ADB kept coming at him with his own arsenal of ground-related attacks and holds. It was a back-and-forth battle but it came to a conclusion at the 10 minute mark when Smooth applied his signature submission: the Smooth Hold.

WINNER: AUSTIN SMOOTH

RATING:

The two boys came backstage and I applauded them from a distance, before sending out the next bout, Jack Avatar Vs. Quentin Queen.

MIDCARD BOUT:

JACK AVATAR VS. QUENTIN QUEEN FOR THE NEW AMERICAN TITLE!




This was the longest match on the card thus far. The two men approached the match in a slow, methodical pace, building up from the beginning using a series of brawling tactics and technical wrestling that set the bout apart from the rest that took place already. Then it picked up speed at about the 12 minute mark before Avatar finally put away Queen with an All American Slam.

WINNER: JACK AVATAR (NEW AMERICAN CHAMPION)

RATING:

They returned backstage covered in sweat, Queen looked mighty disappointed but I assured him his time would come. Avatar held his new American title proudly in his hands as he went and got some refreshments from the backstage fridge. I sent out the next bout, one I had just thrown together on a whim.

UPPER MIDCARD BOUT:

THE GOOD OL' BOYS (LANGTON & FITZPAINE) VS. MELVIN OTTO & BEN WILLIAMS

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Fitzpaine and Williams started off the match, and as soon as that bell rung Fitzpaine was all over Williams. It was quite sad, really, as Williams was unable to get in any offense and Otto just sat in the corner hoping Williams would someday reach him. This never happened, and for 13 minutes the fans watched as Fitzpaine and Langton took turns pretty much killing ol' Benny before Fitzpaine finally put him away with an Iowa Harvest.

WINNERS: THE GOOD OL' BOYS

RATING:

ANGLE #3


THE FAITHFUL ANNOUNCEMENT!


The guys came back and after a few minutes of waiting I grabbed my microphone and headed out to the ring. It was time for the hype of the Main Course. I got to the ring as the fans popped HUGE for my appearance and I had to wait a full two minutes before they calmed down. I looked around. "Alright, alright, it's me." More applause and cheers. "But, I'm not what you paid to see tonight," I paused, bringing some jeering. "You paid to see what I like to call the Main Course of tonights show, because up next you will see four of New England Wrestling's best fighters battle it out in a FIERCE FOUR WAY MATCH! Stay in those seats, because we've got a real classic coming up!" I looked around and paused. "But it'll be a few minutes, so while we prepare to amaze you, be sure to purchase some good old fashioned NEW Merchandise out at the concession stands in the lot!" I winked and left the ring, heading backstage.

RATING:

It took a few minutes to queue up the music and prepare our low-budget lights for the main event. But once we were ready, I had no hesitation. I sent out the guys one by one and told them to have the best match possible.

MAIN EVENT:

BRENDAN IDOL VS. HARRY ALLEN VS. RAPHAEL w/ SWEET TABITHA VS. RILEY MCMANUS FOR THE NEW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP


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The bell rung and the four men chose their targets. McManus took on Idol in the ring as Raphael and Allen took their fight to the outside. McManus and Idol went back and forth, applying various holds and submissions until they hit a stalemate, with neither able to conquer the other. That's when Allen joined them in the ring, taking both down and standing tall above them. Raphael also re-entered the ring and was instantly taken down by Allen and sent to the outside to join his manager, Sweet Tabitha. It was noticeable that Tabitha and Raph had no chemistry at all and would have to be taken apart in the future. Allen went back and forth with McManus and Idol respectively before hitting a flying fist drop on both of them. Raphael quickly entered the ring and tried to roll up Allen, who kicked out easily and once again took care of Raphael. Allen, seeing the moment, went for the pin on Riley McManus and... he walked away victorious! Harry Allen had become the inaugural NEW World Heavyweight champion and celebrated as the others walked away looking miserable and pissed. The bout was a staggering 16 minutes long. However, it was unable to top the performance of the Rock City Stars and Dynamite Express from earlier.

WINNER: HARRY ALLEN (NEW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION)

RATING:

OVERALL SHOW RATING:

I gathered everyone backstage as the fans left the arena. "Boys," I started, looking at them all. "and Girls," I paused again. "Great job tonight. You did it. You exceeded my expectations for our first show, and I doubt it'll be the last time you lot do so. Of course, there will need to be some improvements as we move forward, but for now you all performed wonderfully! Now go on home and get some rest!" Everyone cheered, clapped, and talked as they exited the building. I pulled Allen, Avatar and Manna aside as everyone left and told each one of them how valuable they are to this company. I told Manna to pass the vote of confidence onto Turner as well. All four of them were to receive a small bonus in their paychecks for their performances. I took one look at everyone as they left and I smiled.

Perhaps this will work out after all. I headed home feeling happier than I have in quite a long time.

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Date: Monday, Week 1, March 2016

HEADLINES FROM FEBRUARY!



Total Championship Wrestling (TCW) and Extreme Modern Lucha Libre (EMLL) may both be losing business, and fast, as both of them have fallen in the perception of the public eye. TCW is reported as being seen as more of a cult-ish type company with a smaller, but loyal fanbase, and EMLL is being seen as having fallen down to the smaller end of the independent scene. Will they be able to bounce back, or does this spell the end for both of them?



It was discovered during a series of clashes on social media that the owners of both the Supreme Wrestling Federation (SWF) and Invincible Pro Wrestling (IPW), Jerry Eisen and Gil Thomas respectively, had come to a hostile relationship with eachother. Many are worried about IPW's side of things... maybe Thomas bit off more than he could chew with this decision?



February was a monumental month for Pro Wrestling, with many things happening all over the world, but perhaps one of the most noted things is the fact that extremely popular American Football star Ross Henry has decided to switch over to the world of pro wrestling. Although he has yet to be touched by anybody, we doubt it'll be too much longer before he makes it big in wrestling, just as he did in Football.



Christian Faith's new promotion, New England Wrestling (NEW), which was founded in 2016 but went shockingly quiet during the month of both January and February, held its debut show in February, NEW: Youth Gone Wild, and it was a major success for the company. It may have been a slightly overrated show, but with Faith's name attached to the company it might as well have been an instant classic. Everyone we've talked to here at the website has said they'd be interested in NEW's next show. Let's hope they keep up the good work.



Like we said, February was a big month for Pro Wrestling, and we weren't kidding. Two new companies opened up their doors in February, Youth Energy Pro Wrestling (YEPW) in Australia, and Empire Championship Wrestling (ECW) in the US. Many think ECW will clash with Christian Faith's NEW promotion, but so far it doesn't seem to be that way. We wish both of these company's, and their owners, Septimus Stubbs and Eric Tyler, the best of luck in the future.



We've covered the good in February, and now we've got to cover the bad. Unfortunately for Paul Huntingdon, he sustained a serious, SERIOUS injury while working SWF Nothing To Lose 2016. He sustained a C5 Cervical Spinal Cord Rupture and will be out for more than a year. Many think it'll be a miracle if Huntingdon is even able to wrestle again after this. We've sent out our good wishes already, but here is some more for the poor guy.



Injury struck once again, it seems, however for Kuemon Hotta it isn't so bad. Having landed himself with a Femoral Hernia, Hotta will be out of action for roughly 6 months before he's cleared to compete again - but at least he's going to compete again!
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It was recently announced that New England Wrestling's next show is called Crusade In March and will be held on the Saturday of the third week of March, 2016! Alongside this they've announced the card for the show as well..



RICOCHET RAMONE VS. "THE NEW AGE GURU OF MAYHEM" MELVIN OTTO



QUENTIN QUEEN VS. RAPHAEL VS. PHILIPPE LAGRENIER



THE DYNAMITE EXPRESS VS. THE GOOD OL' BOYS
(NUMBER ONE CONTENDERS MATCH FOR THE NEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS!)




BRENDAN IDOL VS. AUSTIN SMOOTH
(NUMBER ONE CONTENDER BOUT FOR THE NEW AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP!)



ARTHUR DEXTER BRADLEY VS. JACK AVATAR VS. CAL SANDERS



FORD GUMBLE VS. RILEY MCMANUS w/ STREETZ



AN ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE NEW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION, HARRY ALLEN!
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NEW ENGLAND WRESTLING PRESENTS: CRUSADE IN MARCH 2016!

593 Fans at Generic Venue, New England, USA



It was time for our second show, and I was stoked. I couldn't wait this whole time leading up to the event, and here we are. I was looking forward to some of the matches I had scheduled for tonight. I looked at the boys while they got ready and sent out O'Hara, Stately, Libertine and Lavin to finish preparations. No pre-show bout this time around.

I waited about 10 minutes while fans still filtered into the venue, and waited for the 'all-clear' from Dewey, then sent out Ricochet Ramone and Melvin Otto out there for the first bout of the night.

OPENING BOUT:

RICOCHET RAMONE VS. "THE NEW AGE GURU OF MAYHEM" MELVIN OTTO



The bell rung and Ramone unleashed a series of fast kicks, punches and other melee moves up close on Otto, driving Otto back into the corner of the ring - to which Otto smiled, shrugged off the attacks and floored Ramone. I guess it's a true statement when they call him 'Ricochet', as he pretty much ricocheted off the mat and back up to his feet after Otto's initial attack. His rubber-like nature and Otto's resilience led to them going back and forth until Ramone surprisingly took the advantage about 8 minutes into the bout and later hit the Ricochet Senton, pinning Otto for the 3 count after 11 minutes of fighting.

WINNER: RICOCHET RAMONE

RATING:

They returned backstage as we played a pre-recorded segment for the audience on our new mini-trons, one on each side of the entrance way. I applauded their performances, even though Ramone was really off his game, and waited to send the next match out.

ANGLE #1:

SWEET TABITHA'S MAN PROBLEM!



The Good Ol' Boys are seen approaching Sweet Tabitha, big grins on their faces. They get up close to her and startle her. She turns around to see their toothy grins and she looks disgusted and shocked. "We heard you and dat d'ere Raphe-al dude ain't 'eally a ting no more, Ms. Tabitha. Su, we 'as wonderin' if ye-" Tabitha cut off Langton and turned the other way, and then high-tailed it out of there. The two rednecks looked awfully upset, and thus this proves that 'Redneck Intuition' really isn't everything. Wooton slapped Langton upside his head for his terrible social skills, and then they left the area.

RATING:

Thanks to Tabitha's good looks and the two meatheaded rednecks being ugly, stupid and menacing, the angle went down well with the fans. That was good. I sent out the next match, which was one I was personally looking forward to.

LOWER MIDCARD BOUT:

QUENTIN QUEEN VS. RAPHAEL VS. PHILIPPE LAGRENIER



The three men eyed each other as the bell rung, each hesitant on who to go after first. LaGrenier decided he would, and went after Queen, which allowed Raphael to capitalize on the other two, taking them both down and giving him in-ring superiority. He turned his attention to Queen, who he thought was the bigger threat, and this gave LaGrenier a new opening. The match continued like this for around 10 minutes before Raphael gained total control of the match and took out Queen, before ending LaGrenier's chances of winning with a Cupid's Arrow.

WINNER: RAPHAEL

RATING:

The crowd cheered for Raphael as he came backstage following the win. The other two arrived already. I congratulated them on their performance, and told them it would be a tough one to beat, before sending out the next match.

MIDCARD BOUT:

THE DYNAMITE EXPRESS VS. THE GOOD OL' BOYS
NUMBER ONE CONTENDERS BOUT FOR THE NEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS!



The match began, Jones and Langton starting. Langton looked mighty upset still, a result from earlier's segment, while Fitzpaine looked determined as ever. Jones used this emotion to his advantage, exploiting Langton's off-set mind and within 8 minutes of relentless assault from both Jones and Collier, Langton was defeated following a Chop And Change from Cameron Jones. Fitzpaine didn't get in on the action once, and he looked pissed because of it.

WINNERS: THE DYNAMITE EXPRESS (#1 CONTENDERS)

RATING:

The Boys returned backstage while Jones and Collier celebrated their win for several minutes. When they finished celebrating I signaled for production to play another pre-recorded video for the crowd.

ANGLE #2:

SWEET TABITHA'S CONTINUED MAN TROUBLES!



Sweet Tabitha was minding her own business, looking at her phone. "Hey there pretty lady," Austin Smooth came into the camera's view. She looked up at him and rolled her eyes. Smooth continued. "Whatchya say we head out for a couple drinks after this here show?" He paused, expecting an answer. When he didn't get one, he persisted. "C'mon, Sweetie. I'll give you a night you'll never forget, just give me a chance. They don't call me 'Smooth' for nothing, you hear?" She rolled her eyes once more and looked at him. "Tell you what, Austin, you win your match tonight? I'll give you a shot. If not, though, don't ever come near me again." Tabitha walked away. Smooth looked confident. "Tonight will simply be... Smooth." He said as the camera faded to black.

RATING:

I sent out Smooth and Brendan Idol out for their match. It was another one I was looking forward too.

MIDCARD BOUT:

AUSTIN SMOOTH VS. BRENDAN IDOL
NUMBER ONE CONTENDER BOUT FOR NEW AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP!



It wasn't a bad bout, but it wasn't the best, either. It was noticeable early on that the two simply didn't click and the match suffered as a result of that odd chemistry. They still performed good, and kept the crowd somewhat involved, and they did counter each other pretty well in their style, which definitely helped the match from sucking entirely. Idol pinned Smooth in 8 minutes following an Idolizer. Smooth was visibly upset in the ring, undoubtedly due to the fact that he won't be getting anywhere near Ms. Tabitha tonight.

WINNER: BRENDAN IDOL (#1 CONTENDER FOR THE NEW AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP!)

RATING:

I sent out the next bout after Idol and Smooth returned backstage. I wasn't particularly impressed with their bout, but at least it warmed up the crowd for the next one.

UPPER MIDCARD BOUT:

ARTHUR DEXTER BRADLEY VS. JACK AVATAR VS. CAL SANDERS



The bell rung and the three men went back and forth with one another: Sanders V Avatar, Avatar V ADB, ADB V Sanders, the whole sha-bang as the match progressed. Overtime it became clear that Avatar was the dominant force, and was arguably the one carrying the match as well. Avatar dominated from about 7 minutes into the match until the end when he put away A-D-B with an All American Slam. The in-ring action was roughly 13 minutes long.

WINNER: JACK AVATAR

RATING:

They came backstage individually and I applauded them on the match. So far, the entire show has been better than the previous one, and I was happy about that. The boys were really showing that they deserved to be here, and it was good. Avatar came in last, and I congratulated him on his win. As he walked away smiling, I sent out the next bout. The "Main Event" to those who saw the flyers.

"MAIN EVENT" BOUT:

FORD GUMBLE VS. RILEY MCMANUS

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Gumble ferociously attacked McManus from nearly all angles for a solid few minutes, with Streetz looking like he was about to lose his mind at ringside. After a few more minutes of this McManus was able to find a weak point in Gumble's assault and launch a counterattack. Following this counterattack he was unsuccessful in trying to put Gumble away following his signature move: the Slingshot Suplex. The bout reached the 12 minute mark and both men were tiring, and at a stalemate. Neither one was able to take advantage until 16 minutes in when McManus took hold of a visibly tired Gumble, attacking him for a few more minutes before putting him away with a second Slingshot Suplex. A relieved Streetz cheered at ringside as McManus celebrated the big win.

WINNER: RILEY MCMANUS w/ STREETZ

RATING:

They returned backstage and nearly collapsed upon entering. I made note to never push them longer than 15 minutes again, unless it was a multi-man matchup. I applauded McManus on his win and told Gumble he looked good out there before I handed Allen a live mic and sent him out to the ring.

ANGLE #3:

ALLEN'S BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!



Harry Allen enters the ring, World Heavyweight title draped on his shoulder. He looks around at the crowd before bringing the mic closer to his face. "Hello, New England!" Allen shouts and is met with cheers. "Welcome your World Heavyweight champion just as you would any good friend! Because I am your friend, and I have a very, very important announcement to make!" Allen smiled at the fans who cheered him. "As your Champion, I feel it's necessary to act the part - and as such, I'm setting up a challenge for myself... and not just any challenge, but an Open Challenge!" Allen pauses once more, listening to the half-a-thousand fans packed into the venue. "That's right! And right now, anyone there in the back can come out and challenge me! Right here, right now!" Allen stops, waiting. About 30 seconds goes by and Allen looks as if he's going to give up and head backstage when a voice calls out. "Mr. Allen, WE accept your challenge!" Allen looks up at the entry way as two familiar faces step out. The NEW World Tag Team Champions, Stan "The Man" Manna & Rockin' Ryan Turner! The two men step out and declare they accept the challenge, which Allen responds to them by eagerly waiting in the ring. He accepts their dangerous challenge of a 2-on-1 handicap match, and the bell is rung!

RATING:

SURPRISE MAIN EVENT BOUT:

THE ROCK CITY STARS VS. HARRY ALLEN
2-on-1 HANDICAP MATCH FOR THE NEW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP!




The Stars threw everything they had at Allen in what could only be described as the match of the night. Allen responded with the same mentality and grit as he took them down a notch and was even able to gain the advantage over both of them in the ring at the same time! After roughly 12 minutes of this back-and-forth, all-out action, however, Allen was able to put away a groggy Ryan Turner with a Flying Fist Drop and secure the victory. Allen celebrated his first title defense as the Stars returned backstage.

WINNER: HARRY ALLEN (1st SUCCESSFUL TITLE DEFENSE!)

RATING:

OVERALL SHOW RATING:

The fans started clearing out following Allen V The Stars, arguably the match of the night. I was proud of those three guys, pulling out such a gritty, calculated performance on our SECOND show! Bonuses to the lot of 'em, I thought. I congratulated everyone on a good night and let 'em all go home. It was already time to start preparing for NEW's next show, which I have decided to call Spring Supershow, scheduled for April. Tonight was a successful night, no doubt, and I can't wait for the next one!

This is definitely going to work out! I cheered in my thoughts.
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Date: Monday, Week 1, April 2016

HEADLINES FROM MARCH!



A falling out between European promotions' Victory Wrestling Association (VWA) and Ultimate European Wrestling (UEW) occurred in March, as the CEOs, Albert Thorp (VWA) and Ali Bloxsome (UEW) had started taking shots at one another on social media. What this could spell for the future is unknown, but it seems unlikely that they'll ever be on good terms again.



Business is doing well for Youth Energy Pro Wrestling (YEPW) in Australia, and Extreme Modern Lucha Libre (EMLL) in Mexico, as both companies have been gaining more and more followers, with each seeing a growth in their public perception, with YEPW heading up to small-time indy status, and EMLL heading up to small-regional territory. Good luck to both of them and may business keep on prospering!




Supreme Wrestling Federation (SWF) has bolstered it's developmental roster like many thought it would, but some of it's picks were quite odd in the eyes of most, considering they grabbed mostly unknown independent wrestlers: The Silencer, Seth Whitehead, Logan Wolfsbaine and Xavi Ferrara. Who knows what they could've been thinking, but these guys must be impressive if they were hired by SWF like that straight out the gate!




United States Pro Wrestling (USPW) continues on its domination of North America, picking up a huge win over North Of The Border Pro Wrestling (NOTBPW) and a small victory over the SWF this past month, signing both Sean McFly and Des Davids to exclusive contracts. McFly has already debuted and is making impressive showings, while Davids must wait until he returns from injury in a few months time. Good luck to both of them and their future endeavors with USPW!
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Last night Christian Faith held an online press-conference in which he expressed his 'faith' in NEW's future and hopes for the best future for every member of the roster, and he expressed his gratitude to the fans who have come to both of the company's recent shows - only shows. He claimed that the talent in NEW keeps on impressing him with each show (again, only two shows!) and that he couldn't wait for the next show, scheduled to be later this month, called NEW: Spring Supershow. With this, he announced the card for the show, and it has been posted online on the company's website and social media accounts.



RICOCHET RAMONE VS. RAPHAEL



BEN WILLIAMS VS. PHILIPPE LAGRENIER VS. ARTHUR DEXTER BRADLEY



AUSTIN SMOOTH VS. CAL SANDERS




JACK AVATAR (C) VS. BRENDAN IDOL
NEW AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT

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FORD GUMBLE VS. WOOTON FITZPAINE (w/ THIMBLEBY LANGTON)

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THE ROCK CITY STARS (w/ "ROCK PRINCESS" OSIRIS) VS. THE DYNAMITE EXPRESS
NON-TITLE TAG TEAM ELIMINATION BOUT




HARRY ALLEN OPEN CHALLENGE CONTINUES!
NEW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT

A/N: Hope everyone who's reading this is enjoying the diary thus far! I know I am enjoying playing/writing it so I hope you guys are too! Please let me know if there's anything I can do to improve upon this; such as my write-ups or booking, or even just give me ideas! Any feedback is greatly appreciated and I'm looking forward to doing more of this diary! See ya!
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I'm really enjoying your diary so far
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I'm glad someone is, haha!

But seriously, that makes me really happy & motivated just reading those words. Thanks!
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