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PostSubject: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Sat Dec 18, 2010 11:48 pm


Personel

CEO: Kurtis Ward
General Manger: Cornelius Newman
Commentators: Antoine Hurst and Kevin Mccoy
Ring Announcer: Harold Means
Referee: Michael Parrish

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Championships

RCW Championship
RCW Transnational Championship
RCW Tag Team Championship
RCW Anarchy Championship

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Shows, PPVs and Schedule

Monday Night Radiance

Radiance 1.1- Bank of America Arena, Seattle, Washington (Jan 3, 2011)
Radiance 1.2- Beasly Colliseum, Pullman, Washington (Jan 10, 2011)
Radiance 1.3- Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington (Jan 17, 2011)
New Divide- Keyarena, Seattle, Washington (Jan 23, 2011)
Radiance 2.1- Spokane Arena, Spokane, Washington (Jan 31, 2011)
Radiance 2.2- Gill Colliseum, Corvallis, Oregon (Feb 7, 2011)
Radiance 2.3- Rose Garden, Portland, Oregon (Feb 14, 2011)
Broken Dreams- Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada (Feb 20, 2011)
Radiance 3.1- MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada (Feb 28, 2011)
Radiance 3.2- Lawlor Events Center, Reno, Nevada (Mar 7, 2011)
Radiance 3.3- Star of the Desert Arena, Primm, Nevada (Mar 14, 2011)
Vendetta- Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California (Mar 20, 2011)

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Roster





Name: Danny Armstrong
Nickname:
Height: 5’11
Weight: 225
Style: Highflyer/Hardcore
Alignment: Tweener
Signature Moves:
Reverse Twist of Fate
Floatover DDT
Springboard Triangle Dropkick

Finishers:
Slicedbread #2 (off the ropes)

Pic Base: Shannon Moore





Name: Selwyn Askew
Nickname:
Height: 5’10
Weight: 203
Style: Showman/Technical
Alignment: Face
Signature Moves:
DDT
Lionsault
Missile Dropkick

Finishers:
Double Stomp Fame Asser

Pic Base: Kenny King




Name: Chaos
Nickname:
Height: 6’6
Weight: 350
Style: Powerhouse/Brawler
Alignment: Heel
Signature Moves:
Military Press
Jackknife Powerbomb
Chokeslam

Finishers:
Texas Piledriver

Pic Base: Boogeyman





Name: Chris Cooper
Nickname:
Height: 6’1
Weight: 228
Style: Technical/Brawler
Alignment: Face
Signature Moves:
German Suplex Trio
Northern Lights Suplex
Back Suplex

Finishers:
Cross-face Chickenwing Suplex

Pic Base: Curt Hawkins





Name: Keith Evans
Nickname:
Height: 6’0
Weight: 221
Style: Submission/Technical
Alignment: Tweener
Signature Moves:
Russian Leg Sweep
Scoop Powerslam
Shining Wizard

Finishers:
Triangle Hold

Pic Base: Caylen Croft





Name: Victor Evans
Nickname:
Height: 6’2
Weight: 231
Style: Dirty/Brawler
Alignment: Heel
Signature Moves:
School Boy Pin
Flying Forearm Smash
Fisherman’s Suplex

Finishers:
Spinning Facebuster

Pic Base: Trent Baretta





Name: Terry Greene
Nickname:
Height: 6’3
Weight: 235
Style: Hardcore/Brawler
Alignment: Tweener
Signature Moves:
Suplexslam
Complete Shot
Tying opponent to tree of woe.

Finishers:
Double Underhook DDT

Pic Base: Jesse Neal





Name: Hector Hernandez
Nickname:
Height: 6’3
Weight: 235
Style: Showman/Brawler
Alignment: Tweener
Signature Moves:
Jumping Axe Handle
European Uppercut
Armbar

Finishers:
Knockout Punch

Pic Base: Rocky Romero





Name: Anthony Morris
Nickname:
Height: 5’11
Weight: 223
Style: Showman/Highflyer
Alignment: Heel
Signature Moves:
Crucifix Pin
Whisper in the Wind
Diving Spear

Finishers:
Double Knee Facebuster

Pic Base: Homicide





Name: Darius Noble
Nickname:
Height: 5’10
Weight: 232
Style: Showman/Technical
Alignment: Tweener
Signature Moves:
Suplex DDT
Springboard Tornado DDT
Superkick

Finishers:
F-5

Pic Base: D'Angelo Dinero



Name: Marcus Owens
Nickname:
Height: 6’5
Weight: 258
Style: Powerhouse/Technical
Alignment: Face
Signature Moves:
Gutwrench Suplex
Bearhug
Double Underhook Suplex

Finishers:
T-bone suplex into a powerslam

Pic Base: Ezekiel Jackson





Name: Reaver
Nickname:
Height: 5’9
Weight: 200
Style: Highflyer/Submission
Alignment: Face
Signature Moves:
Running Corkscrew Neckbreaker
Bite of the Dragon
Corkscrew 630 Legdrop

Finishers:
Andaconda Vise

Pic Base: Jueventud Guerrera





Name: Jack Reed
Nickname:
Height: 6’4
Weight: 246
Style: Powerhouse/Brawler
Alignment: Heel
Signature Moves:
Fullnelson Slam
Electric Chair Facebuster
Spinebuster

Finishers:
Screwdriver Emerald Flowsion

Pic Base: Tyler Black





Name: Antonio Springs
Nickname:
Height: 6’4
Weight: 235
Style: Showman/Dirty
Alignment: Face
Signature Moves:
Cradle DDT
Knockout punch to “impartial/unreasonable” ref
Fireman’s Carry into sitout brainbuster

Finishers:
Vertabreaker

Pic Base: Michael Tarver





Name: Eli Stevens
Nickname:
Height: 6’0
Weight: 221
Style: Hardcore/Brawler
Alignment: Heel
Signature Moves:
Half Nelson Facebuster
Diving Moonsault
Cloverleaf

Finishers:
Lifting Sitout DDT

Pic Base: Cibernetico




Name: Antoine Hurst
Nickname: "Infamy Personified"
Alignment: Heel
Pic Base: MVP




Name: Kevin Mccoy
Nickname:
Alignment: Face
Pic Base: Michael McGillicutty




Name: Cornelius Newman
Nickname:
Alignment: Tweener
Pic Base: Byron Saxton


((OOC: All graphics are credited to me, but the idea to do a table for the roster is credited to Sykesy))



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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:39 am

Renaissance Championship Wrestling 0.1 Card


The scene opens in the office of newly appointed GM of Renaissance Championship Wrestling, Cornelius Newman. Newman is seen standing in his office, marveling at a portrait of himself holding the championship belt of some other federation. He shivers as he feels a presence watching him. He turns his head slightly and smiles at the camera, realizing that it was time for him to cut a promo about the upcoming card.

Cornelius Newman

Welcome my friends, to RCW, the premier source of sports entertainment. My name is Cornelius Newman, and I am the general manager of RCW. These days, professional wrestling has been on the backburner by many of its fans in favor of barbarian type sports such as MMA.

Cornelius shudders at the thought.

Cornelius Newman

This is the fault of other federations, claiming to be “the worldwide leader in sports entertainment” and people eating it up as if there weren’t better promotions out there that can offer them much more than a human Barney playing superman every Monday.

Cornelius grins.

Cornelius Newman

Well I’m here to tell you that those days are over. Gone are the days of *censor because of copyrights*. The future is RCW! We offer fresh, new faces that have more potential than any other roster out there, and I plan on showing you all that, tonight with some never before seen preseason action!

Cornelius grins as the screen changes scenery to a picture of a man standing with his arms crossed. The following information appears on the left side of his face:

Name: Terry Greene
Nickname:
Height: 6’3
Weight: 235
Style (Primary/Secondary): Hardcore/Brawler
Alignment: Tweener
Signature Moves: Suplexslam, Complete Shot, Tying opponent to tree of woe.
Finishers: Double Underhook DDT

Terry’s picture is replaced by another man and his stats:

Name: Hector Hernandez
Nickname:
Height: 6’3
Weight: 235
Style (Primary/Secondary): Showman/Brawler
Alignment: Tweener
Signature Moves: Jumping Axe Handle, European Uppercut, Armbar
Finishers: Knockout Punch

Cornelius Newman

The hardcore sensation, Terry Greene faces off against the Latin brawler, Hector Hernandez, to kick off our two week preseason special.[/i]

Hernandez’s picture is replaced by a picture of both Greene and Hernandez with a large “v.s” in between them.

Cornelius Newman

Then we’ll see some innovative tag team action as the team of Marcus Owens and the highflying, masked warrior, Reaver, face off against the team of brothers Victor Evans, and the master of the Triangle Hold, Keith Evans.

[i]A picture of the two teams and their stats flashes upon the screen, but is quickly replaced by the picture of another man.


Cornelius Newman

And then we’ll see Chris Cooper face off against Eli Stevens and Selwyn Askew in a triple threat tables match.

Both Eli's and Selwyn’s pictures flash across the screen before being replaced by a picture of all three men and miniature tables above the “vs.”.

Cornelius Newman

And in our main event, we’ll see Antonio Springs take on the monster, Chaos, in a match that promises to be great.

A picture of Springs and Chaos flashes across the screen before the scene cuts back to Newman who is now sitting comfortably in a chair behind his desk.

Cornelius Newman

So there you have it ladies and gentlemen, the preseason of RCW is now underway, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.


Renaissance Championship Wrestling 0.1 taped at Bank of America Arena, Seattle, Washington


Singles Match
Terry Greene vs. Hector Hernandez

Tag Team Match
Marcus Owens and Reaver vs. Keith and Victor Evans

Triple Threat Tables Match
Selwyn Askew vs. Chris Cooper, vs. Eli Stevens

Main Event- Singles Match
Chaos vs Antonio Springs




OOC: Preseason card to kick off the efed. This show and the next (and final) preseason show will be taped at Bank of America Arena which is also where the first live show will be held. Again, don't be afraid to comment on what I'm doing. Results will be posted on Monday Dec 20, 2010.
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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Sun Dec 19, 2010 10:07 pm

Renaissance Championship Wrestling 0.1

The scene cuts from Newman’s office to the ramp of Bank of America Arena in Seattle, Washington. Radiance flashes across the titantron as the gold, green, and purple pyrotechnics go off. We are welcomed by our commentators, Antoine Hurst and Kevin McCoy to this preseason special of RCW’s Monday Night Radiance. They discuss their excitement of being a part of this movement.

Match One- Singles Match
Terry Greene vs. Hector Hernandez


Hernandez was in full control of this matchup at the beginning. A flurry of punches from Hernandez had Greene flustered and didn’t allow him to get any offense in. Greene finally found some offense when Hernandez locked in an Armbar and Greene managed to get to the ropes for the refs to call a ropebreak. A quick kick to the gut lead to a Suplexslam by Greene. Greene tried to go for the kill by hooking the arms of Hernandez, but Hernandez weaseled out of it and countered with a clothesline. Hernandez raised a fist into the air and went for a Knockout Punch, but Greene ducked and kicked Hernandez in the gut. He then locked the arms and nailed Hernandez with the Double Underhook DDT to earn the first ever victory in RCW history.

Winner: Terry Greene via pinfall at 10:44

Post-Match: As Greene was walking up the ramp, a man ran past him from backstage, steel chair in hand. He slid into the ring and placed the chair on the mat. The man then got Hernandez to his feet and delivered a Screwdriver Emerald Flowsion to Hernandez right onto the chair. Greene ran back to the ring in the attempt to make the save, but as soon as he entered he was smack dead in the face by the chair. The man then grabbed a microphone and said his name was Jack Reed and that he is the most dominant force in the business. He declares that either Cornelius Newman names him the first ever RCW Champion by the end of the night, or every other member on the roster goes down with an injury.

Match Two- Tag Team Match
Marcus Owens and Reaver vs. Keith and Victor Evans


The masked warrior, Reaver started the match with some highflying, fast paced offense that had Keith Evans on his toes. The momentum of the match shifted when Reaver attempted a Corkscrew 630 Legdrop on Keith, but Victor pulled Reaver’s leg as he was setting up on the top rope. Keith tagged his brother in and Victor began to dominate the match with moves like a Fisherman Suplex and Flying Forearm Smashes. As he went for the kill, Reaver managed to get out of the hold, kick Evans in the knee and hits him with a Running Corkscrew Neckbreaker. The crowd goes wild as Reaver tags Owens in off the hot tag and Victor tags in his brother, Keith. Owens begins to dominate off the hot tag hitting a Gutwrench Suplex and trapping Evans in a Bearhug. Victor tries to save his brother, but Reaver performs a springboard cross body to cut him off at the pass. It doesn’t matter however as Keith knew a great deal about submissions and managed to counter the hold into a Triangle Hold to make Owens tap.

Winners via Submission: Victor and Keith Evans at 10:52

Post-Match: As soon as the match is over, Jack Reed comes flying from the back stage area, steel chair in hand. He begins to pummeled a downed Marcus Owens with the chair before Reaver makes the save. Reaver takes the chair from Reed and attempts to retaliate, but he’s stopped short when the Evans brothers begin to beat him down. Reed takes the mic and explains that he’s promised the Evans brothers that they’ll be Tag Team Champions during his regime if they follow his orders. He then tells the brothers to lift Reaver to his feet and they do so. Reed then hits the Screwdriver Emerald Flowsion on Reaver as the crowd boos.

Quote :
The scene cuts to the office of Cornelius Newman where Newman sits at his desk looking as if there were no problems on his first day as General Manager. Suddenly Hector Hernandez bursts through the door and slams his palm on the desk. Newman gives Hernandez a look as if to say “Oh, were you trying to be intimidating” but his gaze is cold and Hernandez shivers as he removes his palm from the desk.

Cornelius Newman
May I help you?

Hernandez
I know you’ve seen what’s been happening out there, and I’m not about be injured before my career even starts.

Cornelius Newman
Your point?

Hernandez
My… My point? My point is that you should just give him the damn belt and put a target on his chest from the get go.

Cornelius Newman
Hmmm. That’s an interesting proposition, but I’ll do you one better. How about I just make twenty RCW Championship belts and hand them out to everyone on the roster just because everyone wants to be champ.

Hernandez
Uh, that seems a little extreme but-

Cornelius Newman
What kind of general manager would I be if I succumbed to the wishes of MY employees, hmm?

Hernandez
A bad one?

Cornelius Newman
Correct, but what kind of GM would I be if I let all of my employees get injured before our season even starts?

Hernandez
A bad one?

Cornelius Newman
Once again, you are correct. See what kind of a bind I’m in? Now, I know that you all think that you can intimidate me, but do you see that over there.

Newman points to the portrait of him holding a championship belt.

Cornelius Newman
I’ve done what each and every one of you hasn’t I’ve made it to the top and stayed there. I’m running the show now, and I’ll be damned if I let someone who’s not even on my card tonight run my show. So you go find Mr. Reed and tell him that he’ll get my answer before the night’s over alright, but if he doesn’t stop attacking my superstars after their matches, then there will be some premature terminations.

Hernandez
Uh, yes sir Mr. Newman.

The scene fades as Hector slowly backs out of the office.

Cornelius Newman
This is my fucking show….

Match Three- Triple Threat Tables Match
Selwyn Askew vs. Chris Cooper, vs. Eli Stevens


Chris Cooper got off to a good start by taking Eli Stevens out of the contest early. He then proceeded to dominate Askew until Askew managed to find some offense. Stevens brought a table into the ring early, but a double team effort by Cooper and Askew once again knocks Stevens out of the ring. Askew and Cooper begin to fight over the table and Cooper prevails after hitting Askew with a trio of German Suplexes. Cooper set the table up, but Stevens entered the ring and knocks Cooper out of the ring. He puts Askew on the table, but Askew fights back. The struggle winds up knocking the table over and Cooper pulls it outside of the ring and sets it up. Cooper reenters the ring and some more double team action by Cooper and Askew as they try to throw Stevens out of the ring, but Stevens manages to counter and Askew winds up outside of the ring instead. Frustrated, Askew strips the announce table and attempts to reenter the ring. A double team baseball slide knocks Askew out of the ring an onto the announce table. Askew hits that back of his head hard as he lands. As brawl ensues between Stevens and Cooper and just when it looks as if Cooper was to win out, Stevens hits a Lifting Sitout DDT from nowhere to knock Cooper out. Stevens smiles as he climbs the turnbuckle and performs a Diving Moonsault to a helpless Askew who then goes through the table.

Winner via putting opponent through a table- Eli Stevens at 16:56

Backstage Hector Hernandez is seen getting another beat down at the hands of Reed and the Evans brothers. Reed tells Hernandez that he shouldn’t have bitched to the GM so now he’s going to be his bitch. Reed tells the Evans brothers to get ready for the main event because it’s sure to be one hell of a spectacle.

Main Event- Singles Match
Chaos vs. Antonio Springs


What looked like a mismatch on paper turned out to be a very heated contest as Antonio Springs and Chaos traded blows throughout. Chaos started off the match in full control, but Antonio quickly turned it around. After multiple near falls, Antonio got fed up with the ref not counting to three and knocked him out. This allowed Jack Reed and the Evans brothers the opportunity to come down to the ring and beat down on both Chaos and Springs. Cornelius Newman came out with Reaver and Marcus Owens to make the save. The ref regained consciousness just in time to see Chaos hit Springs with a Texas Piledriver for the win.

Winner via pin fall- Chaos at 17:24

Post-Match: Reed told Newman that he need to make a decision right now, or else Springs was going to be put out of commission permanently. Newman told Reed that titles and title shots must be earned, and Reed replied by saying that he and the Evans brothers more than earned their title shots. Newman grinned a said that they’ll be given a chance to prove themselves in time, but tonight is definitely not their night. The crowd began to cheer when a man appeared from underneath the ring and slid in. Reed turned around just in time to receive a Superkick to the chin, knocking him out cold. Just as the Evans brothers were about to react, Reaver and Owens entered the ring and beat the Evans brothers down. The man that entered from under the ring picked Reed up and lifted him onto his shoulders. He said his name was Darius Noble and that he is the future before delivering a vicious F-5 to Reed. The crowd cheers as Monday Night Radiance comes to a close.




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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Wed Dec 22, 2010 7:03 pm

Finally got around to reading the whole show instead of skimming and this show was done brilliantly. You have already got me hating Reed and the Evans Bros. which is great.

The only problem I have is Hector Hernandez seems very weak due to multiple beatdown's throughout the night. I am sure that was not your intention. That is my only issue. Apart from that, Excellent work.
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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Wed Dec 22, 2010 8:03 pm

Thanks =)

Actually I intended for Hernandez to seem weak in this particular storyline, and probably down the stretch as well. Hernandez is pretty much the (current) Chavo of my show where he'll win a few matches here and there to keep some credibility, but he's mainly used to put people over (hence the reason why he's a tweener) I thought about changing that idea for this storyline, but idk just yet.

I'm excited for your show, especially the (what looks like) tag team of Hellion and Incubus. Kronik is also a character I'm interested in, but I have a feeling that Tyson Novak is going to be your franchise guy =)
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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Sat Dec 25, 2010 11:19 pm

Renaissance Championship Wrestling 0.2 Card


The scene opens in the now familer office of RCW general manager, Cornelius Newman. Newman is seen smirking at the camera as he sits comfortably behind his desk.

Cornelius Newman

Last week RCW made it's preseason debut, an event that is supposed to be momentus and exciting. In retrospect, it was, but it wasn't without it's.... interuptions. Jack Reed and the Evans brothers, who weren't even booked for the evening, nor were they supposed to even be there, decided to make a statement early by attacking my roster and demanding the titles be handed to them.

Cornelius chuckles.

Cornelius Newman

The night didn't end well for those three. However! After some thought, I feel that these men have shown determination, and for that I will allow them to be apart of tonight's card. But they won't be in any old matches. These matches are to determine the who will be the first ever champions on RCW.

The image of Cornelius changes to a helicopter veiw of Seattle, Washington before changing to a picture of the Bank of America Arena.

Cornelius Newman

That's right all, our first live show will take place at Bank of America Arena in beautiful Seattle Washington. Also, a huge announcement. Starting next Monday, RCW will have a new home on FX. Check your local listings now because we've got one hell of an event planned as our main event will be a No Disqualification Fatal Fourway Scramble Match to determine the first ever RCW champion.

The scene switches back to Cornelius.

Cornelius Newman

As for tonight, our first match will be newcomer Danny Armstrong and Terry Greene against the Evans brothers in tag team action. Let's see if the Evans brothers can repeat their success from last week's victory.

Cornelius frowns and shakes his head before grinning.

Cornelius Newman

Anyway, the next match is the first of a series of matches to see who will contend for the RCW Championship next week. It'll be Darius Noble versus Antonio Springs in what promises to be an interesting match up. After that we'll take a break from the series to see another newcomer, Anthony Morris take on Selwyn Askew. This one promises to be a spectacle. Next we'll see Marcus Owens go up against Hector Hernandez in the second match to determine who will move on to next week's main event. Can Hernandez regain his pride after a humiliating night last week? We'll find out. Then we'll see Chris Cooper go up against a very hungry Jack Reed in our third match of the series.

Cornelius coughs sarcatically and mumbles something about Reed getting his ass kicked.

Cornelius Newman

Excuse me. Finally, our main event: Chaos verses Reaver to determine the final contendor for the RCW championship. Chaos seems to have the advantage on paper, but Reaver seems more than capable of pulling the upset. The only question is, will he? Tune in this Monday on Radiance to find out.


Renaissance Championship Wrestling 0.2 taped at Bank of America Arena, Seattle, Washington


Tag Team Match
Danny Armstrong and Terry Greene vs Keith and Victor Evans

Singles Match: Number One Contender match for RCW Championship
Darius Noble vs Antonio Springs

Singles Match
Selwyn Askew vs Anthony Armstrong

Singles Match: Number Two Contender match for RCW Championship
Hector Hernandez vs Marcus Owens

Singles Match: Number Three Contender match for RCW Championship
Chris Cooper vs Jack Reed

Main Event- Singles Match: Number Four Contender match for RCW Championshp
Chaos vs Reaver




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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Sun Dec 26, 2010 10:44 pm

You may wanna fix the coding on your roster.

Also, Great card. looking forward to the Contendership bouts.
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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Sun Dec 26, 2010 11:12 pm

Sykesy wrote:
You may wanna fix the coding on your roster.

Also, Great card. looking forward to the Contendership bouts.

Hmmm. Can't seem to find any abnormalities in the code so I have no clue why it's so far down in the post. You'd think after just taking an entire semester of Web Design I'd be able to figure this out lol.

And thanks. Took me awhile to figure out the match ups because I knew who I wanted to win, but I didn't know who I wanted to take the losses. Next week's match is already in my head, and is sure to be a good one (at least I think so lol).
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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Sun Dec 26, 2010 11:41 pm

Nevermind about the Table. I didn't have HTML activated xP
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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:38 am

Renaissance Championship Wrestling 0.2

The show opens with a quick flashback of last weeks events mixed in with Cornelius' announcing of the number one contender matches happening tonight. Antoine Hurst and Kevin Mccoy voice their opinions on the recent events which leads to a brief argument between the two.

Match One- Tag Team Match
Danny Armstrong and Terry Greene vs Keith and Victor Evans


The thrown together team of Armstrong and Greene showed great chemistry as they kept Keith Evans on their side of the ring and tag each other in regularly. Keith started to show some life when he hit Terry with a Scoop Powerslam. Keith then ran to the ropes, rebounded off of them and hit Terry with a Shining Wizard just as he was getting to his feet. Keith tags his brother, much to the dismay of the crowd. Victor hits Terry with a few Forearm Smashes before Terry ducks one and hits Victor with a Complete Shot. Both men are on the ground, and are reaching for their partner's outstretched hand. Terry tags in Armstrong and the newcomer quickly gets to work as he drags Victor to the middle of the ring, pick him up, and hits him with a Reverse Twist of Fate. Danny waits for Victor to get up before attempting a Floatover DDT, but it get blocked and Victor shoves Danny into a neutral corner. Victor charges towards Danny, but Danny moves out of the way, causing Victor to hits his head on the turnbuckle. Danny then grabs Victor's head and nails a Sliced Bread #2. As he went for the pin, Keith broke it up and nailed Danny with a Russian Legsweep before Greene cleared him out of the ring. Both Armstrong and Victor get to their feet, and Victor kicks Armstrong in the gut an plants him with a Lifting Sitout DDT for the win.

Winners via pinfall: The Evans Bros. vis pinfall at 7:32

Post-Match: Jack Reed comes out to congratulate his partners on their victory. Tells them to get Armstrong to his feet before hitting him with a Screwdriver Emerald Flowsion. He says that Armstrong is now offically aport of the RCW roster due to his "initiation" by Reed's group, now known as "The Dominion". He says that he's happy that Cornelius has seen the light and has offered him the opportunity to become champion, but says that as long as "The Dominion" is on his side, the RCW Championship is all but guaranteed to be his. Newman interupts the promo and says that the Evans brothers are banned from interfering with Reed's match tonight and if they do all three men will be fired on the spot. The crowd cheers as Jack Reed simply grins at Newman before saying that he didn't want the Evans distracting from his debut anyway.

Match Two- Singles Match: Number One Contender match for RCW Championship
Darius Noble vs Antonio Springs


The match started off evenly with Noble and Springs trading blows, but Noble took control and wouldn't let it go. His debut seemed destined to be a successful one as he hit moves like a Suplex DDT and a Springboard DDT, but Springs wouldn't go down for the count. As Darius attempted a Superkick, Springs dodged it and countered with a Cradle DDT. Springs waited for Noble to get to his feet before attempting a Vertebreaker which Noble countered and shoved Springs off of him. Springs charged forward, and Noble nailed him with a Superkick causing Springs to fall forward. Noble caught Springs, lifted him onto his shoulders and hit him with an F-5 for the win.

Winner via pinfall: Darius Noble at 8:49

Match Three- Singles Match
Selwyn Askew vs Anthony Morris


Askew started off good with a couple of DDTs in an attempt to slow down the speedy Morris, but the rookie was determined. As Askew tried to hit another DDT, Morris countered with a Crucifix Pin attemp which got him a two count. He then ran towards the corner, and Askew took the bait as Morris hit him with a Whisper in the Wind. Askew then got the momentum back by hitting Morris with a Dropkick, then a Lionsault which also got him a two count on a pin attempt. Askew got Morris to his feet and attemtpted a Double Stomp Fameasser only for it to be countered into a Double Knee Facebreaker for the win

Winner via pinfall: Anthony Morris at 6:15

Match Four- Singles Match: Number Two Contender match for RCW Championship
Hector Hernandez vs Marcus Owens


Hernandez seemed like a man on a mission as his started off this match in control. A flurry of punches to Owens' midsection had the big man gasping for air. Hernandez then hit a Jumping Axe Handle, but Owens remained on his feet. Hernandez tried the move again only to be caught in midair. Owens then applied a Bearhug to Hernandez who refused to tap out. Hernandez began to throw punches at Owens' head, but Owens had had enough and hit Hernandez with a T-bone Suplex into Powerslam for the win.

Winner via pinfall: Marcus Owens via pinfall at 7:12

Post-Match: Jack Reed comes out to the ring and attacks Hernandez. He yells at him and says that he's failed his initiation by not beating Owens. Owens grins at Reed who then clears Hernandez out of the ring for his upcoming match.

Match Five- Singles Match: Number Three Contender match for RCW Championship
Chris Cooper vs Jack Reed


The crowd was behind Cooper for this match as he took advantage of Reed's aggressiveness. He hit Reed with a trio of German Suplex for a two count, then tried a Norther Lights Suplex which Reed got out of. Reed went to a corner to calm himself down, but Cooper was having none of it. Cooper began to pound on Reed, but the ref pulled him off. The crowd went nuts, but they were quickly silenced when Reed hit a Full Nelson Slam as Cooper was pandering to the crowd. Both men got to their feet and traded right hands before Cooper hit Reed with a Northern Lights Suplex for antoher two count. Just as Cooper was going for the kill, Hector Hernandez, who hadn't left ringside, slides into the ring and nails the ref with a knockout punch. Cooper then tries to attack Cooper, but Anthony Morris comes into the ring and hits Cooper with a Double Knee Facebreaker. Reed wakes the ref up as Hernandez and Morris flee. Reed covers Cooper for the win.

Winner via pinfall: Jack Reed at 10:58

Post-Match: Hernandez, Morris, and the Evans brothers join Reed in the ring as the crowd boos. Reed says that The Dominion is going to be the most dominant force in the history of professional wrestling. He says that Hernandez has redeemed himself and that Morris has proved himself worthy to be apart of this movement. Newman comes out and congratualtes Reed for not only winning the match tonight, but for outsmarting him for the last time. Reed says that Newman has a lot of balls for interupting him twice in one night, but Newman says that this is his show and he can do whatever he pleases. Newman says that he's a man of his word and the Reed will participate in the main event next week, but if he wins it, he'll be in defending it every week until the belt no longer his. Reed merely grins as he looks at his Dominion. He says that not only will he win the title next week, he'll also become the Eternal RCW Champion because he'll never lose it as long as he has the Dominion on his side. Newman simply replies with a "we'll see about that" before leaving the ring.

Main Event- Singles Match: Number Four Contender match for RCW Championship
Chaos vs Reaver


Reaver's fastpaced offense caught the bigger Chaos off guard as Reaver managed to knock the monster off balance a few times, but couldn't ground him. Reaver managed to finally get the monster on the ground by hitting a Running Corkscrew Neckbreaker, but his momentum was shot dead when he attempted a Corkscrew 630 Legdrop from the top rope and was caught in midair. Chaos hit Reaver with a Jackknife Powerbomb and began to dominate the matchup. Reaver finally found an opening when Chaos triead Military Press, which Reaver countered into a Bite of the Dragon submission maneuver. The crowd cheer as Chaos looked as if he were fading, but the monster managed to get out of the hold. Reaver tried to go on the offensive again, but Chaos hit a Chokeslam and Reaver was out cold. He roared before picking Reaver up and hitting him with a Texas Piledriver for the win.

Winner via pinfall: Chaos at 14:32

Post-Match: Backstage The Dominion is seen crowding around what appears to be a body, a puddle of blood surrounding it. Jack Reed tell the body that it shouldn't have been such a smart ass last week, and that this was payback. He says that he's making sure that the body never interupts him again and that he'd better not even show up next week. The Dominion laugh as the camera zooms in on the beatup body of Darius Noble. Noble coughs a little and favors his left arm as Radiance comes to a close.


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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:19 am

Solid read once again.

The show is focusing around Jack Reed so I expect to see him get the strap. Overall this has been good. Nice work.

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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Mon Dec 27, 2010 11:42 am

Thanks man.

Lol, you may be right, but you'll have to tune in next week to find out.

And thanks for the Rep.
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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Fri Dec 31, 2010 9:11 pm

Renaissance Championship Wrestling 1.1 Card


The scene opens to a grumpy Cornelius Newman sitting behind his desk. He's leaned back in his chair, continuously squeezing a stress ball in his right hand. He sighs before acknowledging the camera.

Cornelius Newman

Welcome dear viewers, to the first ever live presentation of Monday night Radiance. This is supposed to be a day of celebration, but as most of you know a certain Mr. Reed and his associates have really made my job a lot harder in the recent weeks. Last week they attacked and beat down one of the four participants in tonight's main event. Darius Noble was beat half to death by the group known as the Dominion, and had to be hospitalized immediately afterwards. He's stable, but it's doubtful that he'll be here tonight. But the show, as always, must go on, and boy do we have a big show planned for this evening.

The scene switches from Cornelius to a picture of Selwyn Askew and Eli Stevens.

Cornelius Newman

On the first ever Radiance, Eli Stevens won a table match by putting Selwyn Askew through the announce table. Askew has issued a challenge to the self proclaimed "Architect of Destruction", Eli Stevens who has accepted the challenge on one condition: It be for the RCW Anarchy Championship. I've decided that these two are more than capable of showing their destructive sides so it'll be Selwyn Askew vs Eli Stevens in a Hardcore match for the Anarchy Championship.

The scene switches from the picture of Askew and Stevens to a picture of Hector Hernandez and Reaver.

Cornelius Newman

And this matchup was at the request of Jack Reed who feels that he may have let Hernandez in the Dominion too quickly. Hernandez is putting his membership on the line in this match, and who am I to deny the chance of breaking up the Dominion. It'll be Hector Hernandez vs Reaver in a batle of Latin pride.

The scene changes from the picture of Hernandez and Reaver to a picture of the Evans Bros and a picture of Danny Armstrong and Terry Greene, now known as Twisted.

Cornelius Newman

The we'll see Danny Armstrong take on Victor Evans with Terry Greene and Keith Evans at ringside. The winner gets to decide what type of match these two teams will be in to determine the first ever RCW Tag Team Champions.

The scene changes from the picture of the Evans Bros and Twisted to a picture of Chris Cooper and Anthony Morris.

Cornelius Newman

Chris Cooper demanded a shot at revenge against Morris and I'm going to give it to him tonight. It'll be Chris Cooper vs Anthony Morris in what promises to be a very technical and fast paced match up.

The scene changes from the picture of Cooper and Morris to a picture of Chaos, Darius Noble, Marcus Owens, and Jack Reed.

Cornelius Newman

And finally our main event! It'll be Chaos, Darius Noble, Marcus Owens, and Jack Reed in a 15 minute No Disqualification Fatal Fourway match for the RCW Championship. Now, Darius Noble says that he doesn't care what the doctors say and he'll be here to participate in this match, but the doctors have not cleared him to perform. No matter, the other three superstars are more than capable of taking this match to next level.

The picture fades and is replaced with Newman's now grinning face.

Cornelius Newman

Well there you have it folks, the first ever live show in RCW history. Two titles on the line, revenge in one's mind, and two matches with stipulations of a different kind. As always, sit back, relax, and enjoy.


Singles Match: Hardcore match for the Anarchy Championship
Selwyn Askew vs. Eli Stevens

Singles Match: If Hernandez loses, he's expelled from Dominion
Hector Hernandez vs. Reaver

Singles Match: Winner determines stipulation for a future title match between the Evans Bros and Twisted
Danny Armstrong vs. Victor Evans (Terry Greene and Keith Evans at ringside)

Singles Match
Chris Cooper vs. Anthony Morris

Main Event- 15 minute No Disqualification Fatal Fourway Scramble Match for the RCW Championship
Chaos vs. Darius Noble (questionable) vs. Marcus Owens vs. Jack Reed

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PostSubject: Re: Renaissance Championship Wrestling   Mon Jan 03, 2011 9:36 am

Renaissance Championship Wrestling 1.1 Live from Bank of America Arena in Seattle, Washington. Presented by FX.

The show opens with a recap of the events that ook place during the pre-season then cuts to Kevin Mccoy and Antoine Hurst. They discuss the main event for this evening and point out that Darius Noble is currently listed as questionable for this evening. They then discuss their thoughts on Hardcore matches as Selwyn Askew makes his entrance, and is soon followed by Eli Stevens who is carrying a lare sack.

Match One- Singles Match: Hardcore match for the Anarchy Championship
Selwyn Askew vs. Eli Stevens


Before the match begins, Stevens opens the sack and dumps the contents into the ring. Large spurs, tacks, a steel baseball bat, and what appears to be a taser gun fall from the sack and Stevens nods to the ref so that the match can begin. Askew started off by exiting the ring and scrambling to find somthing underneath the ring. Stevens pick up the baseball bat and chased him, but Askew couldn't be found. He looked under the ring, but Askew was gone. When he looked up, Askew was behind him and hit him in the back of the head with a steel chair sending Stevens to the ground. Before Askew could get in more shots though, Steven rolled under the ring and reemerged on the opposite side, bat still in hand. Askew quickly got into the ring, but Stevens was a bit quicker and managed to nail Askew with the bat just as he was trying to get to his feet. A few shots to Selwyn's ankle had him writhin in pain before Stevens went over to his pile of "toys" and picked up a few spurs. He grabbed Selwyn's head and began to slowly dig the spur into the side of Selwyn's head, laughing all the while. Stevens left the ring momentarily to search underneath the ring, and brought a table into the ring. He kicked Selwyn's already bloody face before setting up the table, his back turned to Selwyn. Askew picked up the spur and managed to get to his feet before stabbing Stevens in the back with the spur. Stevens turned to face Selwyn only to get shoved in the direction of the tacks then violently DDT'd on top of them. Askew picked Stevens up, not knowing that Stevens had just picked up the taser gun. He dragged him to the table and put him on top of it before climbing onto the table himself. Askew noticed the taser gun, but continued to act oblivious for the moment as he got Stevens to his feet. He pretended to go for his finisher, but went for the un instead. A struggle on top of the table ensued and a loud click was heard throughout the arena as the taser gun had been shot harmlessly into the air. Both men looked at the gun and out of no where Askew kicked Stevens in the gut and hit a Double Stomp Fameasser on Stevens, sending him through the table for the win.

Winner via pinfall and the first ever Anarchy Champion: Selwyn Askew

Post-Match: The Dominion is seen backstage crowding around Hector Hernandez as Jack Reed tells him that if he loses his match, not only is his stint with the Dominion over, but so is his career. Hernandez promises that he'll win his match tonight and cement his place in the group. Reed then tells the rest of the Dominion that they'd better win their matches tonight as well or Reed might have to reconsider everyone's memberships.

Match Two- Singles Match: If Hernandez loses, he's expelled from Dominion
Hector Hernandez vs. Reaver


Usually Hernandez is the one starting off the match strong, but Reaver's fast paced offense had Hernandez looking like a fool. A quick Running Corkscrew Neckbreaker had Reaver getting a two count from the ref. Reaver went to the top ropes only to be violently brought back down by Hernandez. Hernandez then started punching Reaver in the face before trying to remove his mask, but Reaver managed to counter it into an Andaconda Vice for the win.

Winner via submission: Reaver

Post-Match: The Dominion quickly ran down to the ring and surrounded Hernandez as Reaver looked on from one of the corners. They stared Hernandez down before all five men attacked Reaver instead. The Evans bros got Reaver to his feet and Hernandez hit him with a Knockout Punch before Jack Reed hit him with a Screwdriver Emerald Flowsion. Reed then got on the mic and said he requested this match to lead Cornelius Newman to believe that the Dominion was already having issues. In reality this was a way to get rid of one of Newman's allies so that he'd have no one to help him interfer with the championship match later that night. Newman came out with a grin on his face and said that Reed had outsmarted him once again, but it wouldn't happen again. He told told the Dominion to clear the ring except for the Evans brothers because they've got a match comin up next.

Match Three- Singles Match: Winner determines stipulation for a future title match between the Evans Bros and Twisted
Danny Armstrong vs. Victor Evans (Terry Greene and Keith Evans at ringside)


Victor started this match off in full control using his size to his advantage. He hit a Fisherman's Suplex which got him a two count before stomping on Armstrong's chest. Armstrong rolled out of the way of one of the stomps and got to his feet. Evans charged, but Armstrong halted him with a Floatover DDT for a two count. Armstrong then started punching Evans, but the ref broke it up only for Victor Evan to run up to Armstrong and go for a quick Schoolboy Pin which got him a quick two count. Evans then irish whipped Armstrong into the corner and charged only for Armstrong to dodge and hit him with a Triangle Dropkick. Armstrong then got Evans to his feet and pointed at Keith Evans before nailing Victor with a Sliced Bread #2 for the win.

Winner via pin: Danny Armstrong

Post-Match: Twisted announced that next week they'll be facing the Evans Bros in what they called a "Twisted Tag Match" Where the two teams are placed in an open roof steel cage on top of which is a scaffold that connects to the cage. In the center of the scaffold is an already set up, and bolted in, ladder that gets you to another scaffold that is swinging in mid air. Both titles hang a little above, but are constantly swinging around and one must time the movement of the scaffold perfectly to reach a title. The first team to have both titles and be outside of the cage with their feet planted firmly on the ground wins the match.

Match Four- Singles Match
Chris Cooper vs. Anthony Morris


Morris started the match by trying his finisher, but Cooper was having none of it and pushed him away. Morris grinned before the two locked up in the middle of the ring. Cooper got the advantage and hit a Northern Lights Suplex for a two count before getting Morris back to his feet. Cooper whips him into the ropes and tries a clothesline, but Morris counters with Crucifix Pin for a two count. Both men get to their feet and Morris runs towards corner and Cooper takes the bait as Morris hits a Whisper in the Wind. Morris stalks his prey and when Cooper gets to his feet Morris tries a Double Knee Facebreaker, but Cooper pushes him off again. Morris charges, but Cooper ducks and hits trio of German Suplexes. This time it's Cooper who stalking his prey as he waits for Morris to get his feet. When he does, Cooper hits him with a Cross-face Chickenwing Suplex for the win.

Winner via pin: Chris Cooper

Post-Match: As Chris Cooper was celebrating his first victory, Anthony Morris came up from behind him and hit a Reverse Twist of Fate before leaving the ring, the crowd booing all the while

Backstage Marcus Owens was congratulating Selwyn Askew on his championship victory with Antonio Springs and a banged up Reaver. He told the three that he expected for the Dominion to get involved in the match somehow since it was No Disqualification and he was wondering if he could count on them to be there to help clean house. The three men gave him their word that they'd be there to keep the match clean. Owens thanked them and walked out of the room. The next thing he heard was a few bangs and booms going from inside the room and he went back inside to see the room totally destroyed and Askew, Springs, and Reaver knocked unconscious with their bodys sprawled out across the room. Owens looked shock when a hand suddenly was placed on his shoulder. It was none other than Jack Reed who grinned and told him that there will be no help for him tonight. Reed laughed, but when he turned around Chaos was looking down at him. Reed asked him if he wanted anything and Chaos growled before flashing a toothy grin and walking away. Owens and Reed shared a brief moment of "what the fuck" before heading their seperate ways.

The scene cuts to the office of Cornelius Newman. Newman is on the phone talking to the hospital about Darius Noble's condition. It seems as if Noble can't compete tonight. Newman sighs as someone knocks on his door. He tells them to come in and grin when they do. He says that it's about time that they got here and that he has a job for them before the scene fades.


Main Event- Main Event- 15 minute No Disqualification Fatal Fourway Scramble Match for the RCW Championship
Chaos vs. Darius Noble (questionable) vs. Marcus Owens vs. Jack Reed


The match started off as expected with just Chaos, Owens, and Reed participating. Chaos quickly started off by dominating both men and clearing the ring of Owens. Reed showed no fear and took Chaos head on, but the monster was stronger and hit Reed with a Military Press that recieved a two count before Owens broke it up. Owens was about to go on the offensive, but Chaos caught him by the throat and hit him with a Chokeslam on top of Reed. Owens and Reed rolled out of the ring to regroup. Suddenly Reed attacked Owens, but Owens caught Reed and put him in a Bearhug. A loud roar was heard throughout the arena as Chaos charged at the two men and hit them both with a Spear tackle. He then seached under the ring and pulled out a club like object and beat both men mercilessly before being jumped by the rest of the Dominion. Owens and Reed got to their feet and Owens tried to help clean house, but Reed got Owens back into the ring. Owens and Reed traded blows before Reed hit Spinebuster then hit a Screwdriver Emerald Flowsion for a pinfall.

Current Champion as of 6:42- Jack Reed

Reed then proceeded to take caution as he just wanted to run down the clock. He stalked Owens so that he couldn't get back up. Suddenly another roar was heard and Reed looked to see that Chaos had single handedly fought off the Dominion and was coming back into the ring. Reed charged, but Chaos caught him by the throat. Everyone thought he was going for another Chokeslam, but the monster grinned before hitting a Texas Piledriver for a pinfall instead.

Current Champion as of 7:35- Chaos

Chaos was celebrating when the Dominion got into the ring and circled around him. Reed got back to his feet and went to a nearby corner to recover. Owens got to his feet at was soon surrounded by The Dominion as well. The crowd began to cheer when Darius Noble was spotted at the top of the ramp along with Cornelius Newman and two figures dressed in hooded robes. Newman said that he's hired two new superstars to help him clense the cancer that is The Dominion. The men removed their robes and were introduced as Dezmond "Dez" Kingsly and Garrett Steele. Noble grinned as he and the two men charged the ring and attacked the Dominion, Owens and Chaos joining in. All members of the Dominion, save for Jack Reed, fled the ring before Darius Noble hit Reed with a Superkick. He lifted Reed on his shoulders to deliver an F-5, but Chaos lifted Noble up instead and hit them both with a Military Press. Owens realized that the match was still going on and went for a pin attempt on Reed only to be thrown off by Chaos. Chaos roared before being hit from behind with a Full Nelson Slam by Reed. When Reed turned around, he was met with a kick to the gut by Owens then was hit with a T-bone Suplex into a Powerslam for a pinfall.

Current Champion as of 12:55- Marcus Owens

Owens celebration didn't last long before Noble hit him with a Springboard Tornado DDT. He waited for Owens to get back to his feet, but was hit from behind by Chaos who then hit Noble with a Jackknife Powerbomb. Owens got to his feet, but was caught by the throat. Owens managed to wriggle free before kicking Chaos in the gut and hitting a Double Underhook Suplex. Owens looked at the clock, and that was a mistake because as soon as he turned around he was hit with a Superkick by Noble. Noble then hit Owens with an F-5 for a pinfall.

Current Champion as of 14:24- Darius Noble

Noble knew he had to wind the clock down, but Chaos saw the clock and went on a rampage. He hit Noble with another Jackknife Powerbomb for another two count, then hit him with a Chokeslam for another two count. As the clock reached 14:50 Chaos hit Noble with a Texas Piledriver, but the pinfall was broken up by Jack Reed who then hit Chaos with a Screwdriver Emerald Flowsion and fell on top of Noble for a quick pinfall just as time expired.

Winner via pinfall and the first ever RCW Champion: Jack Reed

Post-Match: Reed is celebrating with The Dominion when Newman comes out and tells the ref to replay the video. The footage shows that Reed's three count happened just as the buzzer sounded and the ref didn't know what to rule. Newman knew how to settle it and said that next week it'll be Reed and Noble to determine the first ever RCW Champion. If anyone got involved in the matchup, they'd be fired on the spot. The Dominion yelled at Newman as Reed held up the belt anyway.

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