(Editor's Note: With the long delay, I've gone ahead and done the
majority of the card in short-form to get things moving. For more info,
check RP Central.)
(The NCN and CSWA logos fade onto the
V/O: The National Cable Network, in
conjunction with the CSWA and CS Enterprises, is proud to present the following
(CUTTO: "One By One" by Foo
Fighters fills the O-Rena as multi-colored laser lights dance across the steel
and concrete. Spotlights join in as CSWA ring announcer Rhubarb Jones
brings the crowd to a frenzy.)
BB: HELLO WRESTLING FANS! I hope you
can hear me, because I can't hear myself! We're back in the home of one of
the most famous PPVs in CSWA history, but tonight, this is CSWA PRIMETIME!
SB: Wasn't someone supposed to make sure
that Michael Eisner didn't wear the mouse ears in here?
BB: Fans, as always, I'm Bill Buckley,
along with evolution's sick joke, Sammy Benson.
SB: That's just uncalled for.
BB: Now you know how it feels. Folks,
we've got a barnburner set for tonight. Former World Champions collide, as
Evan Aho continues to try to recover from his FISH FUND loss. Tonight he
takes on the current Presidential Champion, Tom Adler. Members of the
newly-formed "Intruders" and the GXW contingent meet as GUNS defends
the Greensboro Championship against Dan Ryan.
SB: Insert slightly-amusing steroid comment
BB: (rolls eyes) And speaking of the
Intruders, Shane Southern has until later tonight to decide on a not-so-subtle
suggestion to join the ranks of Miles, Mayfield and GUNS. Miles and
Southern will meet in the ring, either to cement a new partnership, or just beat
each other's brains out.
SB: We'll find out tonight just how smart
Southern is. It's not safe to be alone in the CSWA these days.
BB: CSWA World Champion Mark Windham was
supposed to join us tonight, but we've been informed that he's returned to
Sweetwater for a family emergency.
SB: Family? What family does he have
left? His parents are dead. The lunatic he thought was his brother
has disappeared. His REAL brother nailed the Slacknife on him after his
title win... and his wife and child won't have anything to do with him!
BB: There are several other matches we'll
get to in just a moment, but not before we remind you of tonight's Main
Event. Former CSWA World Champion Eli Flair faces off against one of his
true friends in this business, "Triple X" Sean Stevens. Just
exactly where is Ivy going to be in this one?
SB: We know she'll stick her pointy
little nose into things...the question is, will the man they call Bugbrain?
BB: I think you and GUNS are the only ones
that call Hornet that, Sammy. Either way, the Main Event promises to be
one that no one involved with this sport will want to miss. So fans, let's
get things started! First up, it's "Big Time" taking on newcomer
Time" Michael Gettis vs. Larry Tact
These two were well-matched physically, with just an inch in
height and less than fifteen pounds difference separating them.
That may have been part of what allowed the two wrestling veterans to
put on a barnburner of an opening match. Tact
used his technical expertise to take command early, belly-to-bellying Gettis
to the mat, then following with a German suplex and an early cover for a
one-count. Gettis tried to use the
ropes to his advantage, only to be yanked away and caught in an armbar
followed by an armbreaker. Tact
continued to work over the right arm of Gettis, locking in a full nelson
leading to a full nelson slam and close pinfall.
On a high knee attempt by Tact, Gettis made his move,
basically falling out of the way, leaving Tact to hamstring himself on the
ropes. Gettis quickly caught Tact
with a high dropkick, knocking him over the apron straight to the floor
outside. As Tact got up on the
outside, “Big Time” stood on the apron and measured him, then came off
with a huge twisting bulldog to the mats outside.
native pulled the New Yorker
to his feet and rolled him inside, then followed up with an underhook DDT
before Tact could recover. Gettis
quickly jumped to the top rope, raised his arms to the fans, then leveled Tact
with “The Big Tyma” flying elbow for the pinfall win.