Post by Ned the Admin on Feb 11, 2021 12:54:47 GMT -6
SCW Unlimited 201
The show begins in the beautiful new CoolWear Entertainment Complex, a multi-purpose arena that includes a gym, pool, wrestling academy and small theater. The camera pans around the crowd of nearly five thousand in attendance before settling on our announcers for the evening.
Erik Dean: Goooood evening, sports fans! My name is Erik Dean and I am joined this evening by--
Jon Stewart: My name is Jon Stewart. No, not THAT Jon Stewart. I'm more charismatic, less rich, and more funnier.
Erik Dean: More… funnier… ?
Jon Stewart: Yep!
Erik Dean: Okay, sure. Tonight we are overjoyed to bring to you… the RETURN of Showtime Championship Wrestling!
Jon Stewart: This show is titled The Reawakening? That's not even a real word.
Erik Dean: I'm positive it is. Anyway… this has been one heeeeeeck of a strange year but we're baaaaack!
Jon Stewart: Yeah, it's great. I could be cashing my royalty checks from my Hollywood blockbusters… but instead I'm sitting here… with you.
Erik Dean: You had four lines in one episode of an Amazon Prime original series. Don't get cocky.
Jon Stewart: Kayfabe, bro!
Erik Dean: Oh. Sorry. Uhh. Let's kick this show off right with a defense of the SCW Hardcore Championship!
HARDCORE CHAMPIONSHIP SCRAMBLE
Aj Nin Red Rum* vs. DEATHMACHINE vs. Apokalypse vs. OutbreaK vs. WrestleBot3000 vs. Wild Thing
The first ever to hold this title is the legendary Aj Nin Red Rum. Well past his prime, he is still full of tricks these kids today can't even comprehend. His opponents vary in size and experience. Wild Thing is one of the smallest and youngest in SCW. WrestleBot3000 is under six feet, but that outrageous suit makes him look larger. DEATHMACHINE also claims to be six-foot-five but… eeehhhhh. Apokalypse is six-foot-eight. OutbreaK is damn near seven feet tall.
Once all six competitors have entered the ring, the opening bell sounds and total chaos ensues. Tables and ladders and chairs! OH MY! Nobody leaves in the same condition in which they arrived. Eventually a waterfall of finishers occurs. Aj Nin is taken out by Apok. Apok is taken out by OutbreaK. OutbreaK is taken out by Wild Thing as he somehow swings down on s vine and kicks him in the jaw.
Wild Thing is flattened like a pancake by DEATHMACHINE. DEATHMACHINE falls victim to a dance-off by WrestleBot3000, and he gets too tired to continue… after only ten seconds. WrestleBot3000 decides he is the winner and he… powers… down? While powered down, Aj Nin confusedly tips him over and pins him to retain the Hardcore Championship. Apok tries to break it up but he is too late.
As the two have an epic staredown… Apok says, "This ain't over… dad."
Lexi Sparkles vs. Alexa Skye
Alexa Skye is as vicious as she is beautiful. Lexi Sparkles is extremely green in this business, having had only a few dozen matches this year. Even as a former Tag Team Champion, this match is an intimidating challenge for Ms. Sparkles. The match starts off hot with Skye attacking Sparkles before the bell. She works Sparkles over in the corner before tossing her out with a beal toss.
Skye taunts the fans, who are not happy with her at the moment. She drags Sparkles to the ropes and chokes her on the middle rope before hitting the opposite ropes and diving rump first at Sparkles, who moves out of the way. Skye tumbles backwards between the ropes and crashes to the floor outside. Sparkles catches her breath while Skye gets up on the outside, then she slings herself over the top and takes Skye down with a crossbody.
The fans come alive as Sparkles slaps a few hands at ringside. She pulls Skye up and rolls her into the ring, then follows after and covers her for only a two count. As she pulls Skye up, she eats a jawbreaker from the veteran wrestler. Skye then goes for a spear but Sparkles leaps over her, not going high enough, thus catching Skye in the face with her knee. Skye drops to the mat and there's quite a bit of blood.
Sparkles panics and looks to the ref, who drops down to check on Skye. Skye looks up and audibly calls out, "Cover me, Lexi!" Sparkles covers her and the referee makes a definitive count of three. Sparkles quickly gets up and has her hand raised as Skye rolls out of the ring to be tended to by medics.
Norman J. Lukas vs. PAROXYSM
Attorney at law turned professional wrestler Norman J. Lukas, the runt of the Lukas litter, is already in the ring stretching when the lights go out. "Dead Man Walking" by Skillet hits and a single spotlight hits the stage, illuminating the masked enigma called PAROXYSM. He storms to the ring and slides in, promptly taking Lukas out with a running boot. The lights return to normal and the opening bell sounds. PAROXYSM drags Lukas up and delivers a devastatingly effective double underhook sitout facebuster that he calls The Purge. He covers Lukas for the unquestionable three count. As quickly as he arrived, he storms out of the ring and back up the ramp.
His exit is interrupted when a badass version of "Zombie" by The Cranberries hits and Sara Pettis makes her way out on the stage. The Child of Fate locks eyes with PAROXYSM, who continues his journey up the ramp. They meet face to face in an intense moment, then he steps aside and points to the ring. She gives him a nod and heads down to the ring for her match with Raging Dead.
Raging Dead vs. Sara Pettis
Don't adjust your device. This is indeed Raging Dead, but obviously not the one you were expecting. She is a graduate of CCWA&ICE, having trained under the original Raging Dead. Earlier this year she made her pro wrestling debut here in SCW as a member of Denizens of the Grave. She made it to the finals of the World Title Tournament after securing victories over Jack Malone, Lexi Sparkles, Nick Kincaid and Sara Pettis. Now… the rematch we've waited since February 18 for!
Sara Pettis wins via disqualification thanks to interference by Genocide and Deathstar.
Reyes / Sombra / Parka vs. Brice / Chip / Akoni
The team of SCW World Champion Jaime X Reyes, Hijo de Sombra and Lincoln Parka defeated the oddity trio of Brice McQueen, Chip Donahue and Akoni Van Dam. Parka rolled up McQueen.
SCW National Champion Jason Christopher made his way out to a mixed reaction. Despite spending most of his life wrestling, he has yet to truly make an impact in front of American crowds. With a microphone in hand and the title around his waist, he gets in the ring.
Jason Christopher: When I came to SCW earlier this year… my goal was simple: to be champion. I made it to the quarter final of the World Championship Tournament where I lost to the eventual inaugural champion… Jaime X Reyes. Minor setback because two weeks later… I defeated Apokalypse to win this National Championship.
He removes the title from his waist and puts it over his shoulder.
Jason Christopher: All these months later, I got the call that SCW would be returning… and bigger than ever. We're here LIVE in a brand new arena. We have an actual deal to have the show air on CBS All Access. Life is good. I had one request for The Reawakening: put me in the main event. I don't care who I defend against. I will prove that I am the best this company has to offer. I will prove that---
☆ GLASS SHATTERS ☆
"Never Enough" by Five Finger Death Punch sounds off through the speakers and out comes the baddest son of a bitch on the planet!
Erik Dean: HOT SHOT WAYNE AUSTIN IS HERE!
The man who walks the walk and talks the talk and never gives up. Hot Shot Wayne Austin walks down the ramp talking shit to everyone. He gets to the bottom of the ramp and lifts both arms up and the crowd loves and hates him. Wayne steps into the ring from the apron and goes to the farthest corner and climbs up lifting both arms up putting the middle finger to the crowd and flash bulbs go off.
Jon Stewart: WHAT IS HE DOING HERE?!
Wayne calls for a special drink and the time keeper throws a Keystone to him and Wayne catches it and chugs it real quick. He throws the empty can out of the ring after he crushes it up and then gets chest to chest with the champ.
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Jason Christopher* vs. Hot Shot Wayne Austin
Jason Christopher successfully defended the National Championship against the debuting Hot Shot Wayne Austin, who may or may not be a permanent fixture here at SCW.