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Old 01-14-2021, 02:04 PM   #2641
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Man, I'm not used to seeing people stay in development for their stats to get that good. I always got saddled with people wanting to be let out of development when they were decent at best.
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Old 01-14-2021, 02:18 PM   #2642
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Superstars: April 4, 2040

We open with Michael Hotbody coming down to the ring to talk about how brave he was on Raw, spitting in the face of a possible career-ending injury so early in his soon-to-be tremendous career, and pulling himself away from the brink of defeat to score such a historic win and punch his ticket to certain superstardom! He knows everyone watching was worried that things wouldn't work out but they will never have to be disappointed again as long as you put your faith in Michael Hotbody! Now let us all revel in appreciation! Michael begins another one of his stupid dances, teasing removing his attire for the 'delight' of the crowd.

Jordan Demiras interrupts the festivities and declares that he has a very simple and polite question for Hotbody: What the hell are you doing? Jordan wants to clarify that he doesn't just mean what you're doing right now. What are you even doing in the WWE at all. In the time you've been here, Michael, you've spent more time acting like a jackass than wrestling. You're celebrating what happened on Raw after spending almost 15 minutes on your ass. You've run away from Caleb Greene almost every time you're in the same vicinity. And now, you think with such an impressive display of NOTHING, you believe you're up to the challenge of winning the Cruiserweight Title? What are you doing?

Hotbody proclaims that he doesn't have to listen to this. Jordan is just jealous and wants to ruin the party. Hotbody is the new hotness of the Cruiserweight division and doesn't need to meet Jordan's standards. Hotbody works smart, not hard and that's why he's the envy of every man in this crowd because not everyone can be Michael Hotbody. Jordan fires back that he'd rather be Cruiserweight champion and he'll remain as such unless you get your act together by Backlash. Michael Hotbody claims he has nothing to worry about and he'll even prove it by offering a non-title match on SmackDown!. That seems cool with Demiras and he takes his leave.

First match: Alexander Piero vs. Vinnie LaPaige
A debut for LaPaige but this is mainly to push Piero. Piero gets the win here. 68% overall

Haven has words for Xavier Cross. He wants Cross to understand that misfortune will always be at the heels of the arrogant. Cross cannot escape his date with destiny anymore than Haven can. Tomorrow night, Haven takes one step towards the inevitable when time bends to his will.

Second match: Stanley Coleman vs. Bill Crockett
A debut for Crockett but he's not at the point where he should be over anyone major just yet. Coleman nails the Love Letter for the win. 79% overall

Third Match: Phoebe Hanson and Tania vs. C.J. and Arianna
Still looking to make Hanson look good. She gets the pin on Arianna for the win. 91% overall.

Backstage, Quentin McDaniels mocks the pathetic time set by Martyn LaSalle on Raw's Beat the Clock and is disappointed that no one else was able to beat it. It's fine as he's going to annihilate. He throws LaSalle's words back into his face by suggesting LaSalle watches and learns.

Fourth Match: Josh Turmell, El Silencio, and Ozzy Mandias vs. Romeo Valiente and Galino & Farnes
Valiente has it in for Mandias since it was Mandias who managed to eliminate Valiente from the Rumble on Raw plus this sort of puts a cap on the mini-feud between Galino & Farnes and Silencio and Mandias. Ozzy gets the pin on Jimmy Farnes. 86% overall

Fifth Match: Frankie vs. Kelley Hayes
OK, this should be Kelley's last match as Frankie needs more overness. Carmella Costello does a run-in attack on Frankie afterwards to continue the feud. 84% overall.

Sixth Match: Clubber Harris vs. Stone Walsh
The fourth Beat the Clock match. Fate isn't on their side tonight as they go the distance. 88% overall.

Seventh Match: Conner Buchanan vs. Orlando Kincaid
The fifth Beat the Clock match. Ditto as the last match. 89% overall.

MAIN EVENT: Quentin McDaniels vs. Mathias
The sixth Beat the Clock match. The streak of time limit draws ends here as McDaniels gets the pin and sets a new time to beat. Could we be getting a WrestleMania main event rematch? We'll see what SmackDown! has in store for us. 91% overall.

Overall show rating: 84%

I'm caught up and I should be able to put in the actual match report and star ratings now.
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Old 01-15-2021, 04:51 AM   #2643
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SmackDown!: April 5, 2040

We open with Quentin McDaniels joining us in the ring to talk about his current status as the man to beat when it comes to the Beat the Clock challenge. He brings up tonight's matches, Salvatore Scabbia vs. Brandon Reigns, Haven vs. King Kavovit, and the main event, Ryan Pattillo vs. Chris Collins. All six men, tremendous competitors without question but none with the capacity to beat the time set. And if anyone thinks he's whistling Dixie let's not forget Martyn LaSalle and how boastful he was last week. He got his dreams crushed like the loser he is.

Naturally this brings out LaSalle who is course miffed. He won't lie to McDaniels; having his time beat was a heartbreak but he's doesn't share the belief that McDaniels will coast onto the main event of Backlash. McDaniels takes this as a challenge so LaSalle offers a wager. Should no one beat the time set by McDaniels, then McDaniels gets his title shot as promised. But if the time is beat by anyone tonight, McDaniels faces LaSalle in a match of LaSalle's choosing at Backlash. McDaniels accepts and even offers to shake on it. LaSalle is hesitant to accept at first but eventually relents but gets an immediate right hand from McDaniels that knocks him down. McDaniels bails to the back proud of himself.

Backstage, Naomi Bailey runs into Sonya Braddock on the way to the dressing room. Braddock wants to make it clear that there was no fluke at WrestleMania and tells Naomi to think twice about being so eager to step into the ring with her again.

First Match: Alexander Piero vs. Raj
Raj is a jobber that's retiring so he's here to make Piero look good. Flying elbow from Raj Ghosh. Spinning bulldog in the corner, Piero is down. Cover for a two count. Piero ducks a wild right hand. Ghosh receives some punishment. Flying shoulder tackle by Piero sends Ghosh to the mat. Hooks the leg for a two count. Ghosh walks into a face-first flapjack. Hooks the leg for a close fall. Fallaway slam by Alexander Piero. Ghosh blocks a kick from Alexander Piero. Lightning kick by Ghosh on Piero. There's a two count on the pin. Piero walks into a face crusher variation. Pin, but Piero is out just before the three count. Hard back suplex on Piero. Anyone remember when that was Shawn Michaels's finisher? Standing leg lariat by Raj Ghosh on Piero. Alexander Piero reverses a hip toss. Back elbow connects, Ghosh staggers backward. Flying clothesline by Piero. Raj Ghosh can barely stand. Here it comes - Flashpoint. 1....2...3, it's finished. I'll give it a **1\2 rating. 70% overall.

Second Match: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Jordan Demiras vs. Michael Hotbody
Demiras is ready to go but Hotbody is still in his street clothes as he comes out with Zed Jones. Hotbody clears things up by saying that he never meant that he was offering a non-title match to Demiras against himself. Instead, Demiras gets to test his mettle against the mighty Zed Jones. So away we go...

Second Match: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Jordan Demiras vs. Zed Jones
Stiff high kick on Jones by Jordan Demiras who has evidently been watching some old AJPW tapes recently. Kick from Jordan Demiras to the leg. Hard back suplex on Jones. Anyone remember when that was Shawn Michaels's finisher? Demiras uses a basement dropkick to the knee. Jones counters a sleeper hold by turning it into a jaw breaker. Big backdrop on Demiras, executed well. Powerful Spear by Zed Jones. There's a two count on the pin. Jordan Demiras reverses a hip toss. Vicious lightning kick by Demiras on Jones. Cover for a two count. Jones walks into a face crusher variation. Cover, but there's a last second kick-out. Demiras walks into a trip. Zed Jones strikes Demiras. Demiras counters a sleeper hold by turning it into a jaw breaker. Driven DDT by Jordan Demiras. The ring shook violently, instantly making it better at selling than some of the current roster. Zed Jones gets knocked to the ground by Demiras, who is already climbing the turnbuckle. Axe Kick!!! Michael Hotbody quickly comes running down the aisle and into the ring! Jordan Demiras turns around....and gets knocked to the ground. The referee calls for the DQ because of the interference of Hotbody! Jones and Hotbody beat away on Jordan Demiras, leaving him spread-eagled on the canvas. That was good. **** rating. 89% overall.

Backstage, Kyle Jacobs wants to talk about Salvatore Scabbia. Jacobs finds it interesting that Scabbia is taking part of the Beat the Clock and hasn't been in any rush to get his rematch. It can't be that Scabbia is scared, right? It can't be because there's a chance he'll get embarrassed again, right? The prize of potentially getting a chance at the Unified World title is admittingly tempting, no doubt, but Jacobs is eager to get back at Scabbia.

Third Match: The Academy and WWE Unified Tag Team champions The Future Foundation vs. The Play Pals and The Dillingers
Randy Ellis scores with a back heel kick on Rage King. Big dropkick by Randy Ellis, who got good elevation. The Didact tags out to Justin Mitchell. Rage King gets slammed. Tag between Michael Haywood and Joey Dillinger. Double arm suplex by Justin Mitchell, Joey hits hard. Tag to Rick Hilton. Mitchell \ Hilton whip Joey into the ropes and hit a double back elbow. Big piledriver on Joey. Cover for a two count. Tag between Rick Hilton and Julian Merrick. Fallaway slam by Julian Merrick. Powerful Spear by Julian Merrick. Tag to Randy Ellis. Tiger suplex on Joey, right from out of the Misawa playbook. Hooks the leg for a close fall. Joey powers out of a headlock. Tag to Ben Dillinger. Dillinger drives a thrust kick into the chest of The Didact. Ben Dillinger hits a bulldog off the ropes. There's a two count on the pin. Tag between Ben Dillinger and Gavin Jones. Dillinger \ Jones hook up The Didact, then hit a double suplex. Cover for a two count. Springboard dropkick from Gavin Jones. Nicely done. Cover, but there's a last second kick-out. Gavin Jones misses a clothesline. Big dropkick by Justin Mitchell, who got good elevation. Tag to Julian Merrick. Ring-shaking slam on Jones. Julian Merrick misses a big legdrop after stalling too long. Tag to Ben Dillinger. Jones \ Dillinger whip Merrick into the ropes and hit a double clothesline. Shining Wizard on Merrick, Dillinger really laid that one in. Vivian Merrick has climbed up onto the apron! Dillinger turns...and falls for the distraction! Julian Merrick runs at Dillinger from behind...but misses! Julian Merrick collides with Vivian Merrick! Ben Dillinger floors Julian Merrick...and climbs the turnbuckles. Off the top - Frog Splash, forget about it. 1....2...3! Good **** rating. 89% overall.

Fourth Match: Naomi Bailey vs. Sophie Waters
Legsweep out of Nowhere. Where is Nowhere, and why do moves keep coming out of there? Does it have a factory? Flying cross body off the top rope! Even Steamboat would have applauded the execution on that. Cover for a two count. Naomi Bailey pulls a mule kick out of nowhere. Naomi Bailey hits some punches. Flying shoulder tackle by Bailey sends Waters to the mat. There's a two count on the pin. Naomi Bailey scores with a killer spinebuster. Pinfall attempt gets a 2.9999. Big backdrop on Waters, executed well. Waters reverses a Naomi Bailey hammerlock. Flying cross body off the top rope! Even Steamboat would have applauded the execution on that. Hooks the leg for a two count. Back heel kick off the second rope, Bailey goes down. Pinfall attempt gets a 2.9999. Waters hits a dropkick on Naomi Bailey. Waters hits a massive spinning kick to the jaw. Bailey counters a backdrop attempt with a kick to the face. Fallaway slam by Naomi Bailey. Naomi Bailey drills Sophie Waters with a press slam into a Michinoku Driver. Naomi Bailey moves in for the kill. Bail Out! 1....2....3. A ****1\4 rating, great bout. 92% overall.

Video package for the debuting Hugo.

Fifth Match: Beat the Clock challenge: Salvatore Scabbia vs. Brandon Reigns
Flying elbow from Brandon Reigns. Reigns pulls a picture perfect fallaway slam out of the bag, driving Salvatore Scabbia down to the mat. There's a two count on the pin. Reigns only gets knees on a splash. Dropkick connects, Reigns goes down. Big Sal uses a basement dropkick to the knee. Hooks the leg for a two count. Back heel kick off the second rope, Reigns goes flying. Pinfall attempt gets a 2.9999. Flying elbow from Salvatore Scabbia. Brandon Reigns reverses a hip toss. Massive backbreaker, Big Sal got nailed. Cover for a two count. Brandon Reigns drills Salvatore Scabbia with a press slam into a Michinoku Driver. Hooks the leg for a close fall. Back elbow connects, Big Sal staggers backward. Reigns hits a massive spinning kick to the jaw. Brandon Reigns misses a big legdrop after stalling too long. Big Sal hits a dropkick on Brandon Reigns. Tiger suplex on Reigns, right from out of the Misawa playbook. The bell rings. The referee declares that the time limit has expired, and the match is a draw. Kyle Jacobs comes running down the aisle, and gets into the ring! Big Sal turns around...straight into a Spinning Fallaway!! Salvatore Scabbia has been left down on the canvas. A **** rating for a good contest. 88% overall.

Sixth Match: Beat the Clock challenge: Haven vs. King Kavovit
Dropkick connects, Kavovit goes down. Spinning back kick from Haven. Flying elbow from Haven. Fallaway slam by Haven. Haven gets taken down out of nowhere. Big backdrop on Haven, executed well. Spinning bulldog in the corner, Haven is down. Hooks the leg for a two count. Kavovit only gets knees on a splash. Gutwrench into a stomach breaker, Kavovit may be winded. Hooks the leg for a two count. Slingshot senton by Haven, crushing the chest of Kavovit. Cover, but there's a last second kick-out. Haven only gets knees on a splash. Haven gets caught with a belly to belly suplex from Kavovit. Kavovit only gets knees on a splash. Legsweep out of Nowhere. Where is Nowhere, and why do moves keep coming out of there? Does it have a factory? Xavier Cross comes running down the aisle with a chair! Kavovit goes to irish whip Haven into the ropes. Cross prepares to swing the chair...but Haven reverses! Cross accidentally smacks Kavovit with a chair to the back! King Kavovit can barely stand. Here it comes - Sting of Solace. 1....2...3, it's finished. That was good. **** rating. Haven sets a new time to beat! 88% overall.

MAIN EVENT: Beat the Clock challenge: Chris Collins vs. Ryan Pattillo
Pattillo uses a basement dropkick to the knee. Pattillo pulls a picture perfect fallaway slam out of the bag, driving Chris Collins down to the mat. Hooks the leg for a two count. Ryan Pattillo misses a big legdrop after stalling too long. Standing leg lariat by Chris Collins on Pattillo. Collins hits a dropkick on Ryan Pattillo. There's a two count on the pin. Slingshot senton by Collins, crushing the chest of Pattillo. Pin : 1 - 2 - 2.9999999. Driven DDT by Chris Collins. The ring shook violently, instantly making it better at selling than some of the current roster. Chris Collins gets taken down out of nowhere. Beautiful spinning arm drag out of the corner by Pattillo. Cover for a two count. Tiger suplex on Collins, right from out of the Misawa playbook. Cover, but there's a last second kick-out. Hard back suplex on Collins. Anyone remember when that was Shawn Michaels's finisher? Ryan Pattillo scores with a back heel kick on Collins. Chris Collins powers out of a Ryan Pattillo headlock. Stun Gun from Chris Collins! There used to be this blonde guy in WCW in the early 90's who used that...i wonder what happened to him? Back heel kick off the second rope, Pattillo goes flying. The bell rings, and this match has come to a time limit draw. I don't think the fight has finished. Chris Collins and Pattillo have begun brawling again! They wind up brawling all the way down the aisle and out of view. A **** rating for a good contest. 87% overall.

Haven wins the Beat the Clock challenge and is thus the number one contender for the Unified World Title.

Current Backlash card:
WWE Unified World Title: Noah Carmichael (c) vs. Haven

WWE Cruiserweight Title: Jordan Demiras (c) vs. Michael Hotbody

Overall show rating: 83%
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Old 01-15-2021, 09:00 AM   #2644
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My god the TV is loaded with great matches. Love the idea of Beat the Clock extending across all shows.
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My god the TV is loaded with great matches. Love the idea of Beat the Clock extending across all shows.
The pacing of things is one of the multitude of factors that drove me crazy about WWE. They have 4 God damn TV shows (at the time, I don't know about now) but they ran things by the seat of their pants. Spread things out a bit, let fans know what they can look forward to.
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Man, I'm not used to seeing people stay in development for their stats to get that good. I always got saddled with people wanting to be let out of development when they were decent at best.
In the later TEW game I was playing, you could assign focus to a guy in development so his in-ring or entertainment skills rise faster. The worst was having a 20 year old with incredible entertainment skills and bad wrestling skills and having illusions of the next Ric Flair on your roster only for his wrestling skills to never develop.

You can always just use him as a manager but still...
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I might give the latest TEW a demo download but it seems so absurdly detailed. Like, in a cool way.....but it would take me ages to do anything.
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Raw: April 9, 2040

We open with the winner of the Beat the Clock challenge and the man who will face Noah Carmichael for the Unified World Title at Backlash, Haven. Before we even hear from him, however, Noah Carmichael himself busts onto the scene and joins Haven in the ring. He asks for everyone's forgiveness but he spent all of last week sitting back watching everyone stumble over themselves and waiting to see who would become the number one contender so he's a little antsy and eager to jump back into the thick of things. He tells Haven that this has been a long time coming between the two of them. From the days of the City Slickers versus the Order, to the merger between the two factions that Carmichael wanted no part of (by the way, how'd that work out for you, Haven), to last year's WrestleMania, to somehow the two of us becoming the tag team champions, and then not too long ago when Haven screwed things up in a match where they were teammates. Carmichael declares that he never swallowed what Haven sells and that hasn't changed. Hike up your big boy pants, Haven, because the only way you're getting to that holy land you're always talking about is through Carmichael.

Haven steps up to Carmichael and tells him that the two of them are in complete agreement on that last point but wants to make it clear that when it comes to Carmichael, it won't be so much a holy land as hell on Earth. "Pray for your soul, Carmichael...I won't." We go to break with the two competitors in a stand-off.

First Match: WWE Cruiserweight Champion Jordan Demiras vs Doug Michaels
Driven DDT by Doug Michaels. The ring shook violently, instantly making it better at selling than some of the current roster. Spinning bulldog in the corner, Demiras is down. There's a two count on the pin. Demiras backdrops Doug Michaels out of a piledriver attempt. Demiras hits a wicked chop that echoes through the building. Driven DDT by Jordan Demiras. The ring shook violently, instantly making it better at selling than some of the current roster. Hooks the leg for a two count. DDT from the top rope by Jordan Demiras. That looked brutal. Pin : 1 - 2 - 2.9999999. Jordan Demiras hits a rolling kick on Michaels. Demiras drops an elbow...but misses. Fate can be so cruel. Driven full nelson slam on Demiras. Cover for a two count. Demiras walks into a face-first flapjack. Pinfall attempt gets a 2.9999. Bodyslam by Michaels. Demiras gets slammed. Demiras counters an arm wringer with an elbow to the side of the head. Jordan Demiras hits a rolling kick on Michaels. Vicious kick to the teeth from Jordan Demiras. Akira Maeda would be proud. Jordan Demiras floors Doug Michaels...and climbs the turnbuckles. Through the air, Axe Kick! Michael Hotbody quickly comes running down the aisle and into the ring! He heads over to the timekeeper's table and picks up the Cruiserweight championship belt and poses with it and shows it off to the crowd with delight on his face. He proceeds to walk around the ringside area continuing his nonsense and eventually begins to make his way back up the ramp with the belt. Demiras finally notices this and rolls to the outside to give chase. The minute he grabs Hotbody from behind however, Hotbody quickly spins around thrusting the belt into the face of Demiras. He barely seems to register this, however, and still poses and plays to the crowd smiling and continues on his way to the back. The referee calls for the DQ because of the interference of Hotbody! Good **** rating. 90% overall.

Second Match: Jenna Kyle and Naomi Bailey vs Faith Connors and Phoebe Hanson
Spinning back kick from Jenna Kyle. Big backdrop on Phoebe, executed well. Cover for a two count. Tag between Jenna Kyle and Naomi Bailey. Jenna Kyle scoops up Phoebe. Bailey bounces off the ropes and hits a flying Hart Attack clothesline. Cover for a two count. Bodyslam by Bailey. Phoebe Hanson takes the advantage after a i-block-your-punch-you-don't-block-mine routine. Big piledriver on Bailey. There's a two count on the pin. Tag to Faith Connors. Spine shattering vicious back suplex! Naomi Bailey got absolutely creamed. Hooks the leg for a close fall. Flying elbow from Faith Connors. Bailey blocks a kick from Faith Connors. Fallaway slam by Naomi Bailey. Bailey tags out to Jenna Kyle. Faith takes a headbutt from Jenna Kyle. Tag between Faith Connors and Phoebe Hanson. Second rope flying axe handle, Phoebe goes down. Phoebe Hanson is in trouble. Kyle Driver! 1....2....3. A ****1\2 rating for a great match. 95% overall

Brooke is backstage with Salvatore Scabbia. Brooke talked trash about Kyle Jacobs, continuing the feud with Salvatore Scabbia. They'll be watching his match tonight and also announce that Scabbia wants his Intercontinental Title match at Backlash.

Third Match: Gavin Jones vs Justin Mitchell :
We are informed that The Play Pals, as per the promise of Lisa Benton, will be granted an opportunity at the Unified Tag Team Titles. So at Backlash, the champions, The Future Foundation will defend against The Dillingers, The Academy, and the Play Pals in a Fatal Four Way match. Now onto the match involving two of those men.

Double arm suplex by Justin Mitchell, Jones hits hard. Jones blocks a kick from Justin Mitchell. Mitchell gets slammed. Justin Mitchell charges, Jones moves, and the referee is conveniently placed to get knocked out. Springboard dropkick from Gavin Jones. Nicely done. Cover, but there's no one to count for Gavin Jones. Mitchell blocks the suplex attempt. Big dropkick by Justin Mitchell, who got good elevation. Gutwrench into a stomach breaker, Jones may be winded. There's a two count on the pin. Devastating Tiger Driver 91 very nearly crushes the neck of Jones. Misawa is probably laughing with glee at the moment. Pin, but Jones is out just before the three count. Jones kicks Justin Mitchell in the gut to reverse the momentum. Jones crushes Mitchell with a running senton. Pin : 1 - 2 - 2.9999999. Mitchell blocks the suplex attempt. Randy Ellis comes running down the aisle and into the ring! Gavin Jones turns around.... Today's Lesson!!! That shook the ring. The Didact leaves the ring, the damage done! Pin : 1 - 2- 3. Mitchell defeats Jones. The Academy are beating down on Gavin Jones! The music of Michael Haywood hits, and he comes running down the aisle into the ring. Mitchell and The Didact bail out of the ring, leaving Gavin Jones down in the ring. Michael Haywood may have saved Gavin Jones from a brutal beating. That was good. **** rating. 88% overall

Fourth Match: Hannah McCormick vs Jamie Roderick
Jamie Roderick scores with a back heel kick on McCormick. McCormick kicks Jamie Roderick in the gut to reverse the momentum. Hannah McCormick scores with a back heel kick on Roderick. Hannah McCormick misses a clothesline...and takes out the referee by mistake. Springboard dropkick from Hannah McCormick. Nicely done. Hooks the leg, but the referee is still out. Roderick backdrops Hannah McCormick out of a piledriver attempt. Roderick uses a basement dropkick to the knee. Roderick crushes McCormick with a running senton. Cover for a two count. Double Arm DDT by Roderick, McCormick got destroyed. Cover, but there's a last second kick-out. McCormick blocks the suplex attempt. Vicious lightning kick by McCormick on Roderick. Hooks the leg for a close fall. Jamie Roderick ducks a clothesline attempt. Jamie Roderick has Hannah McCormick down on the canvas. Roderick Legacy!!! Hannah McCormick taps out! A **** rating for a good contest. 90% overall

Martyn LaSalle comes down to the ring to officially announce his match against Quentin McDaniels at Backlash. A deal is a deal, he says, and McDaniels, unfortunately was not the man to win Beat the Clock. Now the two of them get to conclude some unfinished business. But how to conclude it? There are a lot of wonderful choices out there for what kind of match this should be and LaSalle has given it a lot of thought but...

...Oops, no time for that as Quentin McDaniels himself interrupts and comes down to join the festivities. McDaniels asks if during all of that thinking LaSalle did, did it finally dawn on LaSalle that everything that has happened between the two of them is all his fault and that he needs to let it go. So the two of them were teammates and McDaniels decided to throw you out of the Rumble without a second thought; CRY US ANOTHER RIVER! LaSalle should be considered lucky he was even considered to be Quentin's replacement partner that he needs to just give up on all of this. LaSalle interjects and says that it's funny that Quentin should use the term 'give up' because it's quite appropos for the kind of match they're going to have. At Backlash, the two of them will compete IN AN I QUIT MATCH! McDaniels may have betrayed LaSalle, humilated him, and even beat him, but he still hasn't broken him. Who knows? It may turn out to be even more embarrassing than losing in the main event of WrestleMania! This triggers McDaniels to the point of slapping the taste out of LaSalle's mouth and we have a brawl on our hands! McDaniels manages to get the upper hand though after a low blow and dings up LaSalle's arm by ramming into the ringpost. He walks off leaving LaSalle down.

Fifth Match: Seth Von Kamp and the Dillingers vs Moses McKay and the WWE Unified Tag Team Champions The Future Foundation
Standing leg lariat by Seth Von Kamp on McKay. Hard back suplex on McKay. Anyone remember when that was Shawn Michaels's finisher? Tag between Seth Von Kamp and Joey Dillinger. Bodyslam by Joey. Ring-shaking slam on McKay. Hooks the leg for a two count. Joey tags out to Ben Dillinger. The Dillingers whip McKay into the ropes and hit a double back elbow. McKay tastes a high angle back suplex. It probably tasted like chicken. McKay backdrops Ben Dillinger out of a piledriver attempt. Big backdrop on Dillinger, executed well. McKay tags out to Julian Merrick. Rude Awakening on Ben Dillinger by Merrick. Merrick pulls a jumping piledriver out! Hooks the leg for a close fall. Rude Awakening on Ben Dillinger by Merrick. Tag between Julian Merrick and Rick Hilton. Rick Hilton hits some punches. Rude Awakening on Ben Dillinger by Hilton. Dillinger counters an avalanche with a raised foot to the face. Dillinger tags out to Seth Von Kamp. Legsweep out of Nowhere. Where is Nowhere, and why do moves keep coming out of there? Does it have a factory? Tag between Rick Hilton and Moses McKay. Moses McKay strikes Von Kamp. Seth Von Kamp elbows Moses McKay in the face to break a hammerlock. Seth Von Kamp moves in for the kill. Collapse of Society!!! That shook the ring. 1....2....3!! That was good. **** rating. 88% overall.

Sixth Match: Kyle Jacobs vs Steve Hayes
Brandon Reigns comes down to ringside to observe and his manager, Jake Connelly, joins the announce booth and uses the time to put over Reigns and how the two of them feel that Reigns is owed another chance at the Intercontinental Title. Jacobs bodyslams Steve Hayes. Hayes powers out of a headlock. Dropkick connects, Jacobs goes down. Steve Hayes misses a clothesline...and takes out the referee by mistake. Diamond Dust from Steve Hayes, Jacobs is out. Pinfall attempt, but the ref is conveniently laid out. Jacobs reverses a Steve Hayes hammerlock. Flying shoulder tackle by Jacobs sends Hayes to the mat. Ring-shaking slam on Hayes. Hooks the leg for a two count. Belly to back suicideplex, Hayes got folded up big time. Pin, but Hayes is out just before the three count. Steve Hayes ducks a clothesline attempt. Super frankensteiner on Jacobs, who hit hard. Hooks the leg for a close fall. Jacobs reverses a Steve Hayes hammerlock. Steve Hayes can barely stand. Spinning Fallaway! 1....2....3. A **** rating for a good contest. 89% overall Jacobs and Reigns stare each other down.

A video is played, hyping the upcoming debut of Hugo.

MAIN EVENT: Haven and Ryan Pattillo vs Xavier Cross and Chris Collins
We're told that at Backlash Ryan Pattillo and Chris Collins will have a rematch. Noah Carmichael is in the back watching things unfold. Cross takes a headbutt from Haven. Haven uses a basement dropkick to the knee. There's a two count on the pin. Haven tags out to Ryan Pattillo. Haven \ Pattillo whip Cross into the ropes and hit a double back elbow. There's a two count on the pin. Ryan Pattillo with a spinning neckbreaker on Cross. Pattillo walks into a trip. Super frankensteiner on Pattillo, who hit hard. Cover for a two count. Cross tags out to Chris Collins. Collins crushes Pattillo with a sweet running senton. Cover, but there's a last second kick-out. Flying elbow from Chris Collins. Pattillo drops out the back of a Chris Collins bodyslam attempt. Hard back suplex on Collins. Anyone remember when that was Shawn Michaels's finisher? Tag to Haven. Haven bodyslams Chris Collins. Collins tags out to Xavier Cross. Running knee lift from Haven. Xavier Cross can barely stand. Sting of Solace!!! That shook the ring. 1....2....3!! A **** rating for a good contest. 89% overall. Haven is gaining some momentum as he looks forward to Backlash.

Overall show rating: 85%

Current card for Backlash:
WWE Unified World Title: Noah Carmichael (c) vs. Haven

WWE Unified Tag Team Title: The Future Foundation (c) vs. The Academy vs. The Play Pals vs. The Dillingers

WWE Cruiserweight Title: Jordan Demiras (c) vs. Michael Hotbody

WWE Intercontinental Title: Kyle Jacobs (c) vs. Salvatore Scabbia

Ryan Pattillo vs. Chris Collins

Quentin McDaniels vs. Martyn LaSalle
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Seth Von Kamp is another great name.
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I forgot to talk about one other rule that I have in place for the promotion that affects my booking decisions. If a champion has three consecutive title matches, or any three title matches within a 90-day period, whichever occurs first, end in a draw or a countout or DQ loss for the champion, the title is stripped and declared vacant. I've only put it into action on one occasion but it's something that I keep in the back of my head.
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That’s a low key brilliant idea that helps explain the plot hole of why heel champions don’t just take the easy way out every time.
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