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Post subject: FTTM "Alt. Reality" Reality Of Wrestling (ARROW)  PostPosted: Feb 17, 2018 - 06:38 PM



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Hidy, gang. This will be a fed using Face To The Mat that is a simulation of the local indy promotion Reality Of Wrestling (ROW) that is run by Booker T. It's based out of Houston but the shows are usually from their arena in Texas City (near Galveston). More info on the promotion is available at realityofwrestling.com, and episodes are available to watch each week (they post on Sunday afternoons) on fite.tv. It's the second-most watched federation on FITE, so check it out!
I'm calling my fed the "Alternate Reality" Reality Of Wrestling, or ARROW for short.
My fed basically takes over from late-2017, with most of the actual partnerships and feuds intact. Some are still teaming in my fed that aren't in the actual fed--Nomak and Loomis still part of Legion, Alpha Unit is still teaming, as are Connor Holloman and Ryan Davidson.
But I'm starting the championships from scratch, with a couple of (in my fed) annual tournaments that are normally for a title shot for the winners, but this year will be to crown the inaugural champions.
First shows will feature the Huffman Cup Tag Team Tournament. In the first show, we'll have the opening round match of "Ruthless" Ryan Davidson and Connor Hollomon vs. Southern Pride--Taylor Ransom and The Pride. The television main event will be the first quarterfinal match--The Heavenly Bodies (Dustin and Justin) taking on the winners of the opening-round match.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Feb 17, 2018 - 06:59 PM



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Here we go with the results of the first show of the ARROW! (First four shows are from the same January TV taping.)
From the World Gym Arena in Texas City, TX.
Attendance: 368.
First up, it'll be "Ruthless" Ryan Davidson and Connor Hollomon vs. Southern Pride--Taylor Ransom and The Pride. The show opens with ROW sponsor Hilton Koch of Hilton Furniture making a somewhat insulting comment about Southern Pride. This now makes Southern Pride the favorites in the match.
The match starts out normally, but then about two minutes in, a nasty blow from Ransom sparks a free-for-all. The ref has no choice but to call it a double-DQ. Time of match: 2:05. Grade: D.
After ten minutes of chaos, the teams are finally separated. ROW honcho Booker T. declares that the teams will have a grudge rematch next month.
The television main event was originally supposed to be the first quarterfinal of the Huffman Cup tourney, with The Heavenly Bodies taking on the winner of the opening match. But because of the double-DQ, the Bodies get a bye to the semifinals, and the television main event is now the second quarterfinal match, Legion--Nomak and Shawn Hendrix vs. La Familia--Jonathan Vega and Diego De La Cruz.
Before the match, La Familia is highly upset after reading a disparaging article.
This would be a great match with a lot of back-and-forth action. The finish would see Nomak delivering a body slam and a low blow to De La Cruz, and he pins De La Cruz at the 23:17 mark. Grade: A+.
Afterwards, there is an escalation of hostilities between the two teams.
Next week (but I'll be posting it now), it'll be the other two quarterfinal matches: Alpha Unit--Jasper "The Hammer" Davis and Sgt. Cedric Pain vs. ATM--Brock Baker and Van Harrison, followed by the television main event of Warren Johnson and Zack Mason vs. Kiefer Bartek and Rob Barnes.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Feb 17, 2018 - 07:19 PM



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Second show results from the ARROW:
First up, it's the third quarterfinal match of the Huffman Cup Tag Team Tournament: Alpha Unit--Jasper "The Hammer" Davis and Sgt. Cedric Pain vs. ATM--Brock Baker and Van Harrison.
Baker is distracted by the jeering crowd (who prefers Alpha Unit) and doesn't hear the bell; Davis unloads with an unexpected body slam to begin the match. This would turn out to be another fantastic match, which would come down to Pain delivering a suplex and then a powerslam on Baker, and getting the pinfall. Time of match: 23:50. Grade: A+.
Following the match, Big Sean Studd is in Booker T.'s office, and he gets into an argument with Booker on TV.
The television main event is the fourth quarterfinal match: Warren Johnson and Zack Mason vs. Kiefer Bartek and Rob Barnes.
Former Houston Chronicle columnist Ken Hoffman is upset by what he perceives to be rude comments from Johnson and Mason, and Hoffman insults them in a TV cameo.
This would be yet another great match. The finish would see Mason getting Barnes in a head scissors, and then splashing him in the corner and covering him for the three-count at the 20:59 mark. Grade: A.
After the match, Bartek, Barnes, and their manager, Stevie Ray, would discuss the result in Booker T.'s office. Booker agrees with them and says he is not impressed with the win by Johnson and Mason.
Nevertheless, next week, it'll be the semifinals, with The Heavenly Bodies going against Johnson and Mason, followed by the television main event of Legion vs. Alpha Unit.

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