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Metropolitan Wrestling Federation; A Netflix Original Series
Topic Started: Jan 26 2014, 08:56 AM (27,259 Views)
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Okay, folks, here's the deal. I used to really enjoy fantasy booking and keeping EWR diaries here, and I've been tossing around the thought of doing a new one for a while. Rather than do another WWE diary, I wanted to use the scenario that in 2014, I have somehow stumbled into the opportunity to start up a brand new wrestling promotion.

The company will be called the Metropolitan Wrestling Federation (MWF) and all episodes will be taped at the Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.

The concept is that multiple episodes are being taped at the same time but will be uploaded onto Netflix (which will be touting this as an original series) every Sunday, on tape delay. Once a month, there will be a big 3 hour live special.

The roster will feature mostly wrestlers that are unsigned by any other promotions (WWE, TNA, ROH) but you will see the occasional exceptions (in regards to ROH anyway). My goal is to have a new episode up every weekend (we'll see how long this lasts) so the diary will have a real-time feel to it. I'm hoping this will add some realism, because if one of my guys gets signed by WWE or TNA, I'll have to write them out of the show and try to be creative about it.

The goal is to have a fun diary that contains a certain level of realism. The MWF goal is to be a company that could appeal to a wide audience and eventually grow to a national level.
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MWF on Netflix EPISODE 1
Streaming January 26th 2014
From Boston, MA


-Cue opening video (Featuring “Intro” by The XX).
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-Our commentary team for the evening are Dapper Dave Choate and Professor Brandon B. Lavin.

-All episodes and specials (unless otherwise noted) are taped at Northeastern University. The camera pans the studio setting, featuring a nice looking stage and video wall (designed and run by the production design majors at the University). The room has bleachers set up that allow for about 200 people and tickets were virtually free, so it’s a full house.

-Ring announcer Gavin Loudspeaker welcomes us to the first episode of MWF on Netflix! Before we get to our opening contest, we’re going to take a special look at the participants.

-Video package highlighting Jesse White. We see footage of Jesse training in the gym with his old man, Vader! The montage features clips of a sit-down interview with Jesse, saying that it was his dream to make it in the WWE, but he was cut from NXT by surprise. Rather than feel bitter about how things went down, he’s going to work as hard as he can to make the MWF a success. He’s grateful for this second chance.

-A second video package plays, highlighting Ryan Nemeth! Ryan was also cut from WWE, but his attitude is much different. The workout montage shows him acting like a bully in the gym, menacing less fit people away from equipment, and looking to pick fights. The sit-down interview clips include Ryan saying that he never got a fair shake in WWE and he hopes they go out of business. Also, he hates his brother, Nick, who has forsaken his family name.

Jesse White vs. Ryan Nemeth
They lock up and work a match very reminiscent of the WWE-style, as both guys spent time in NXT. White wins a test of strength and clears the ring with a shoulder tackle. Nemeth has a tantrum on the floor and threatens to walk out, but regains his composure. The match restarts with Nemeth using that old trick of making the face chase him around the ring and then catching him on the way back in. Ryan focuses his attacks on the ankle, softening Jesse up for his ankle lock finisher. Jesse makes a comeback, but is limping too badly to effectively dish out his move set. Ryan finishes Jesse with the ankle lock, clean as a whistle at 7:15.
Winner: Ryan Nemeth

-After his win, Ryan snatches the microphone away from Loudspeaker to cut a short promo. He says that his days of being screwed around with are over. Even if his brother won’t do anything about it, Ryan will ensure that the whole world knows the name “Nemeth.”

-Video airs of a frumpy looking oddball of a man waiting near the runway at a small airport. He’s muttering about how late the flight is and plans on making sure the pilot loses his job.

-Back in the studio, Gavin Loudspeaker announces that in four short weeks, MWF will hold it’s first ever major live event, which will stream on Netflix! The show will be called Acute, and will be a traditional 3 hour pay-per-view style happening, but everyone watching can see it for only the 7.99 subscription cost! He is happy to announce that MWF has signed a main event worthy of this monumental occasion and welcomes the first participant: John Hennigan, accompanied by Melina Perez! The couple strut to the ring and it doesn’t take long for the fans to realize they are the bad guys. Hennigan looks at the fans with disdain and says he is easily the biggest star in the company, with Melina being the clear 2nd. He is casually disrespectful of Melina, who doesn’t seem to mind. He doesn’t know who his opponent at Acute will be, but he doesn’t care, because it’ll probably be some “no-name” the fans have never heard of, therefore nowhere close to being in his league. The couple take off, saying they’re going to get the hell out of Boston and wash the stench off before it becomes permanent. Loudspeaker doesn’t understand why they’re leaving, seeing as the opponent will be revealed at the end of the program.

-The frumpy man is still waiting at the airport. He’s grumbling that the investment he’s made had better be worth the money. He had to spend a lot of his father’s money to fly this high-level client in.

-Gavin Loudspeaker introduces the next participant, Frances O’Roarke! O’Roarke has an intense presence and gets into Gavin’s face. He screams that his name isn’t Frances, it’s “Frank.” Gavin apologizes wholeheartedly and redoes the ring intro, introducing Frank O’Roarke. The second participant gets an instant pop from the fans in attendance, as he’s dressed up in a lucha libra inspired outfit as a green ant. In fact, his name is Green Ant!

Frances O’Roarke vs. Green Ant
The fans take the bait to chant “Frances” at O’Roarke, which distracts him heavily. This match is quite different in style from the opener, with O’Roarke dishing out stiff offense, and Green Ant using a variety of high flying attacks to keep Frank flustered. Green Ant quickly gets over with his flashy offense, while the fans are continuing to have a field day annoying O’Roarke with “Frances” chants. Green Ant wins the match with the hold formerly known as the CHIKARA Special, now known as the Green Mile, at 7:30.
Winner: Green Ant

-The odd man at the airport is delighted because the plane carrying his new client has finally arrived! The small plane lands but there seems to be a commotion on board. The door opens and the pilot runs away from the plane, screaming in terror. Out steps a savage looking man identified as “Jaka.” The odd man is about to be beaten to a pulp by Jaka, but he begs for his life in pitiful fashion, promising him all the riches, women, and adult beverages to be had. Jaka likes what he’s hearing and helps the odd man back to his feet. This looks like bad news for the MWF roster, as Jaka has arrived in America!

-Longtime New England wrestler Alex Arion is in the ring and he’s going to be facing John Hennigan’s opponent at Acute. Gavin Loudspeaker can barely contain his excitement as he introduces THE PHENOMENAL AJ STYLES!

AJ Styles vs. Alex Arion
The crowd gives AJ a nice ovation (they’re a rather smart crowd). Arion is here just to do a job and make AJ look good, and shows just enough heel-ish tendencies to make sure the crowd is against him. Styles showcases his offense, including the springboard forearm, and finishes Alex with the Styles Clash at 2:35.
Winner: AJ Styles

-Styles cuts a short promo after his match. He says he voluntarily walked away from his former employers because he believes in professional wrestling and knows it can be great again. He says that John Hennigan has disrespected him by not being here to meet him face to face. He puts Hennigan on notice, vowing to call him out next week! AJ plays to the fans as Episode 1 comes to a close.
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You should check out the indy card games from Filsinger Games. I do that for my fantasy feds and it adds a nice random element to it. AJ Styles is getting a release and Evolve got announced for April. They have RoH, Chikara, CZW and CWF Hollywood currently. Tons of guys to choose from.

I should post my NXT fed again here.
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I hadn't thought of that, I should check it out. Thanks for the heads up.

Yes, you should be posting your NXT fed :)


Also, I'm working on some dorky MWF.com superstar profiles. This is more interesting to me right now than working on my teaching recertification.
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http://filsingergames.com/

They balance the indy sets with each other. So your RoH guys will be your top dogs.
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MWF.com has updated their roster page with the stars appearing in Episode 1.

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MWF on Netflix EPISODE 2
Streaming February 2nd 2014
Taped in Boston, MA


-Dapper Dave Choate and Brandon B. Lavin welcome us to the show.

-Cue the overly dramatic opening video!
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-Gavin Loudspeaker is in the ring to introduce video packages for our opening contest!

-Video package putting over Antonio “The Promise” Thomas. Antonio is a veteran performer who never made it big in this business, but he’s come to the MWF for his third or fourth chance. He’s a bit of a quirky personality, as the video showcases him busting out what he considers to be “great” dancing moves, but he’s pretty endearing at the same time. He’s another star with dreams of redemption.

-Video package for Antonio’s opponent, none other than Brian Kendrick. This video has a more somber tone, and it’s just Kendrick pacing around a messy living room, looking agitated. Special effects help create a sense that Kendrick is a burnout who has lost his mind. The video ends with Kendrick looking dead into the camera, stating that unlike the pathetic dreamers making up the MWF roster, he isn’t looking for, nor does he need redemption.

Antonio Thomas vs. Brian Kendrick
Thomas wins the crowd early with his high energy, while Kendrick quickly turns the crowd against him by ignoring the initial baby face reaction he received during his entrance. Despite his claims, Kendrick tries to win the match, tripping Thomas off the turnbuckles and going to work on his lower back. No flashy moves from Kendrick here, just good old fashioned pound and ground, which further aggravates the fans because they know how exciting his moveset can be. Thomas makes a comeback, knocking Kendrick out of the ring with a picture-perfect drop-kick. Thomas connects with a flying clothesline to the floor! Back in the ring, Thomas looks for his Promise Land finisher, but Kendrick kicks him square in the groin to earn himself a disqualification at 8:35. Kendrick grabs a chair and places it in position to deliver a Sliced Bread #2, busting Thomas open in the process. Kendrick seems A-OK with this outcome.
Winner via DQ: Antonio Thomas

-Dapper Dave Choate puts over how disgusted he is with Brian Kendrick, as the DQ outcome is an embarrassment. Brandon B. Lavin thinks what Kendrick did was “smart.”

-They cut to a scene of Sidney Bakabella and Jaka riding in the backseat of a stretch limousine. Jaka seems really uncomfortable and is experimenting with all the different buttons and features the luxury vehicle has to offer. Bakabella says they need to make a stop and pick up “the others.”

Slyck Wagner Brown vs. Scotty Slade
Brown is introduced as “The coolest guy in the room” but it has a more tongue in cheek ring to it, rather than arrogance. Slade is a humorless jobber and gets some punches and kicks in before Brown turns the momentum in his favor permanently. Brown gets the chance to show off his patented arsenal of moonsaults (from the top turnbuckles, spring boarding off the top rope, and off the apron to ringside) to keep Slade flustered. Brown finishes Slade with the Haterbreaker (side slam off the second rope) for the win at 3:04. Brown celebrates a successful debut.
Winner: Slyck Wagner Brown

-Meanwhile, Sidney Bakabella and Jaka get out of the limo in an especially seedy looking part of Boston. They make their way into a basement entrance and we discover that an underground wrestling match is taking place. It’s seriously a dingy looking ring surrounded by a mob of bloodthirsty spectators. They walk in as two large guys wearing face paint finish squashing two of the skinniest looking jobber types you’ll ever see. Bakabella looks at Jaka and says “they’re perfect.”

-Mercy Watson comes to the ring for his debut match. He’s playing the character of a disingenuous evangelical type who’s actions don’t seem to match his beliefs. He cuts a patronizing promo and right as it’s beginning to drag, he’s interrupted by his opponent, Colt Cabana!

Mercy Watson vs. Colt Cabana
This internet-savvy crowd is happy to see Cabana, who has a field day playing mind games with the uber-serious Watson. Colt points to the ceiling and slaps Watson across the face when he looks. Watson runs into a hip toss and barely escapes the Billy Goat’s Curse with a rope break. Watson gains some footing in the match with his size and strength advantage, but Cabana is too crafty for him to handle, and the Billy Goat Curse finishes it at 5:04. Cabana has arrived in the MWF!
Winner: Colt Cabana

Frances O’Roarke vs. Jervis Cottonbelly
Once again, O’Roarke throws a fit over not being introduced as “Frank” by Loudspeaker and chases him around. This brings out his opponent, a masked wrestler who is playing the part of an old-timey gentleman. Cottonbelly takes the mic and says that O’Roarke’s rude attitude is just no good and will have to teach him a lesson. O’Roarke is so furious that he fails to connect with any offense, and Cottonbelly easily finishes him with a Crossface Chickenwing at 3:45. Jervis celebrates by shaking hands with everyone in the front row with a “How do you do?”
Winner: Jervis Cottonbelly

-Meanwhile, Sidney Bakabella and Jaka are meeting with the two large men from the underground wrestling circuit. They both find Sidney annoying and threaten to break his neck, but he uses Jaka as a shield and whips out his wallet. “My father is, er, I’m rich, and I can make you rich too!” pleads Bakabella. The two big men take a moment to consider the offer before accepting. They identify themselves as “Max” and “Blast.” Bakabella says these names will never work and renames them “Blaster McMassive” and “Max Smashmaster.” They don’t seem to care, as long as they get paid.

-As promised, AJ Styles comes to the ring and calls out John Hennigan. Instead, Melina Perez answers the call. Melina cuts a biting promo against Styles, dressing down his (in her opinion) bad haircut and stupid tattoo. AJ takes offense to his tattoos being singled out as they are his the birthdates of his children, and he responds that Melina and Hennigan have never done anything in their lives that wasn’t 100% selfish. Melina tries to keep AJ distracted long enough for John Hennigan to run in through the crowd for an ambush, but Styles is too smart to fall for that and surprises with a Pele kick. Hennigan is flustered and rolls to the floor, shouting some empty threats along the way. Styles says they shouldn’t wait for Acute and should just fight now. Hennigan responds by saying that is out of the question, but maybe they should each find tag partners for a match next week. Styles accepts, and the show ends.


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MWF Acute
February 16th 2014
Boston, MA


The Main Event:
AJ Styles vs. John Hennigan (with Melina Perez)

The Devastation Corporation (with Sidney Bakabella) vs. TBD

Jaka (with Sidney Bakabella) vs. TBD

Brian Kendrick vs. Antonio Thomas
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Only heard of the WWf guys (colt is part of that), AJStyles and SWB

Youtubed a couple of them
Like the finisher of the Devastation Corporation guys

Hennigan vs Styles, is something some wrestling company should book.
Would be a great great match
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torturedsoulv1,Feb 1 2014
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Only heard of the WWf guys (colt is part of that), AJStyles and SWB

Youtubed a couple of them
Like the finisher of the Devastation Corporation guys

Hennigan vs Styles, is something some wrestling company should book.
Would be a great great match

Yeah, I'm hoping the profiles I'm putting together will help since I'm using some less than famous talent.

I'm not sure Styles vs. Hennigan has ever happened in real life. Should be a good one though :)
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With Episode 2 of MWF on Netflix streaming, the MWF superstars page has been updated.

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MWF on Netflix EPISODE 3
Streaming February 9th 2014
Taped in Boston, MA


-In a pretaped segment, Ryan Nemeth approaches John Hennigan and Melina Perez as they’re entering the building. Nemeth puts Hennigan over as a brave, honest man, who is appearing under his God-given name of “Hennigan” and not the “slave name” that was bestowed onto him by some corporation. In short, Ryan wishes his “big brother” would be more like John. Hennigan and Melina seem to think Ryan have a few screws loose, but they still invite him to be Hennigan’s partner in the main event tag later.

-Cue the overly dramatic MWF on Netflix intro video!
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-Dapper Dave Choate and Professor Brandon B. Lavin welcome us to the final stop on the road to Acute!

Bobby Ocean vs. Jason Rumble
The match never ends up happening as before the opening bell, the Devastation Corporation of Blaster McMassive and Max Smashmaster, being lead by Sidney Bakabella, storm the ring and attack both men. The Corporation gets the opportunity to show off their move set and finisher Total Devastation. They’re standing tall over the fallen Ocean and Rumble when Jervis Cottonbelly appears on the stage…

… Cottonbelly takes a microphone and admonishes McMassive and Smashmaster for ruining a good, clean sporting event. He’s so cross with them that he feels it’s his task to teach them some manners. Jervis is about to march to the ring alone when he’s joined by Colt Cabana. Colt says it’s a bad idea to go alone, and offers his support. Cabana and Cottonbelly rush the ring together and brawl with the Devastation Corporation! McMassive and Smashmaster are bigger and stronger, but Cottonbelly and Cabana are far more clever and get the upper hand in the brawl. Sadly, Bakabella summons Jaka to run in and the numbers game catches up to our heroes. The Devastation Corporation and Jaka leave Cottonbelly and Cabana flattened out in a pile. Bakabella seems pleased with his investments.

-Pretaped segment shows AJ Styles approaching Green Ant, who is training in the backstage area. AJ puts over Green Ant’s victory over Frances O’Roarke and says he sees a lot of potential in him. Green Ant seems overwhelmed with this endorsement. AJ asks the Ant if he’d be willing to team up with him in the main event and it’s an easy answer.

AJ Styles and Green Ant vs. John Hennigan (with Melina Perez) and Ryan Nemeth
The main event starts early so it can get plenty of time. Hennigan ducks Styles in the early going, taking advantage of Nemeth’s desire to make a name for himself. Nemeth gets overwhelmed by Styles and Green Ant, who demonstrate a good chemistry despite never having teamed before. Hennigan picks his spots well, only interested in tagging in after a Melina distraction allows Nemeth to trip Green Ant on the apron for a hard back bump. Hennigan and Nemeth manage to isolate Green Ant and focus their attacks on his lower back. To add insult to injury, they periodically hold Green Ant against the ropes so Melina can slap from ringside. Sadly, Nemeth and Hennigan don’t have the same natural chemistry as a team that their opponents do, and a miscue results in Nemeth missing Green Ant on a head of steam and knocking Hennigan off the turnbuckles. AJ gets the hot tag and cleans house. Hennigan is so upset with Nemeth that he takes a hike, leaving Nemeth to suffer a Styles Clash for the loss at 17:45. AJ and Green Ant celebrate a big win as Hennigan and Melina pout on the stage.
Winners: AJ Styles and Green Ant

-Gavin Loudspeaker reminds us that MWF’s first 3-hour supershow, Acute, will stream live on Netflix next weekend! He runs down the full card:

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MWF ACUTE

The Main Event:
AJ Styles vs. John Hennigan (with Melina Perez)

The Devastation Corporation (with Sidney Bakabella) vs. Colt Cabana and Jervis Cottonbelly

Antonio Thomas vs. Brian Kendrick

Ryan Nemeth vs. Green Ant

Slyck Wagner Brown vs. Frances O'Roarke

Jaka (with Sidney Bakabella) vs. Jesse White
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MWF ACUTE
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-The event kicks off with a special music video package putting over the Styles vs. Hennigan feud, set to “See You At The Top” by City Lights.
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-Dapper Dave Choate and Brandon B. Lavin welcome us to MWF Acute! The camera pans around the studio to show off the excited fans in attendance. Since the TV tapings last month, the seating has been reconfigured to hold more people, so there’s a packed house of 300 fans.

Antonio Thomas vs. Brian Kendrick
This is a grudge rematch from Episode 2, where Kendrick voluntarily got himself disqualified. Thomas is looking for revenge and immediately tackles Kendrick to signal the bell. The first few minutes are all Thomas, as he flusters Kendrick with rapid fire attacks and the fight spills to ringside. Thomas knocks Kendrick around the metal guard rail and bounces his head off the announce table. Antonio looks for a slam through the table, but Kendrick counters with a back drop onto the table, which doesn’t break. Kendrick sets a chair up on the floor and delivers a modified Sliced Bread #2 off the ring post and busts Thomas over again! The referee, Bryce Remsburg, calls for the DQ and Kendrick starts celebrating. A weakened Thomas grabs a microphone and pleads with the referee to restart the match as “No DQ” because in the MWF there is no General Manager or Commissioner, so the referees hold all the power. Remsburg considers it for a few minutes before nodding in agreement and signaling the bell! Kendrick is FURIOUS over this development, thinking he’d gotten off easy, but he takes advantage of Antonio’s injury with focused attacks on the head. Kendrick tries to set up another Sliced Bread through a chair, but this time Thomas counters it and Kendrick takes a nasty back bump onto the standing chair! A weary Thomas hits the Promise Land for the win at 20:04, and immediately collapses afterwards. Kendrick rolls out of the ring and seems to stare a hole straight through referee Bryce Remsburg.
Winner: Antonio Thomas

-In a pretaped segment, Dapper Dave Choate interviews Jesse White about his match against Jaka. White says he’s in a must-win situation after coming up short in his debut match. White is extra motivated because he hates what Jaka and the Devastation Corporation did on Episode 3 when they disrupted a match.

Jaka (with Sidney Bakabella) vs. Jesse White
Bakabella is beaming with pride as the match begins. Jaka paces around the ring quickly to intimidate White, who maintains his composure. They lock up and Jaka scores first with a takedown. The match continues with Jaka on offense, but all of his power move attempts are either blocked or countered. There is no point during the match when you could say that Jesse was in control, but he did a brave job hanging in there. It takes Jaka multiple attempts, but he finally delivers a power bomb and follows up with a running knee into the corner. Jaka finishes White off with the Jaka Klutch at 6:17, and stands tall with Bakabella.
Winner: Jaka

-Slyck Wagner Brown comes to the ring for his scheduled match with Frances O’Roarke. Instead, Mercy Watson appears on the stage in wrestling gear. Mercy announces that “Frank” is injured but he’s filling in. Watson then accuses the MWF of trying to silence him by not originally scheduling him to appear on the first supershow. It took an injury to get the “Spiritual Savior” on the event. Brown tells Watson to stop complaining and get into the ring.

Slyck Wagner Brown vs. Mercy Watson
This ends up being a fairly basic showcase match for SWB. Watson earns some heat by trying to dictate how the crowd should react to him, and lets his guard down repeatedly. Brown mocks Watson’s mannerisms and finishes him off pretty promptly with the Haterbreaker at 5:04. Nice win for the Coolest Guy in the Room.
Winner: Slyck Wagner Brown

-Backstage interview with John Hennigan and Melina Perez. Hennigan talks about how much he hates AJ Styles. He followed AJ’s career from a distance and has it on good authority that many people in his old locker room share his opinions. “Everyone” in Connecticut resented the notion that AJ was “the best” when he wouldn’t step up and prove it to anyone. Hennigan reminds us that he’s an A-list celebrity with a big league track record, so Styles had better watch himself.

Ryan Nemeth vs. Green Ant
Nemeth is looking to avenge his loss on Episode 3 and is aggressive in the early going. They trade holds on the mat and Green Ant wins the exchange and nearly locks in the Green Mile, but Nemeth slides to ringside. Nemeth stalls for a bit and ends up lifting Green Ant and slamming him back-first into the ring post. This aggravates Green Ant’s back injury suffered in the tag match on Episode 3. Nemeth works over the back for quite a few minutes. Green Ant makes a comeback, but his back is too injured to successfully administer a power slam, and it allows Nemeth to drop-kick the back and earn an opportunistic pinfall for the win at 13:10. Nemeth stands tall and proud in victory.
Winner: Ryan Nemeth

-Backstage interview with AJ Styles. He responds to what John Hennigan said earlier. AJ says that there is more than one path on the way to the top and just because he took the road less traveled, doesn’t mean that he’s inferior to Hennigan. He questions Hennigan’s claim at being an “A-list celebrity” but acknowledges that his wrestling resume is impressive and admits he’ll have to be at his best if he plans on beating him.

Blaster McMassive and Max Smashmaster (with Sidney Bakabella) vs. Jervis Cottonbelly and Colt Cabana
The Devastation Corporation enter the ring first. Cottonbelly and Cabana rush to the ring to Cabana’s music and immediately start a brawl. They use the Corporation’s size to their advantage and pull the ropes to send them crashing to the floor on missed head of steams. Cabana and Cottonbelly connect with stereo cross bodies to the floor and take a moment to celebrate with the fans. The match settles into a traditional tag match with The Corporation isolating Cottonbelly and working him over. Cabana gets the hot tag and cleans house as only he can (complete with the Flying Asshole on both Smashmaster and McMassive). Cabana thrives on making his opponents angry and that happens here, with him administering a drop toe hold on McMassive to force him to head butt Smashmaster in the groin. The finish comes when Cabana tries to set up a double team move, but Bakabella pulls Cottonbelly off the apron to prevent the tag. McMassive and Smashmaster capitalize and put Cabana away with Total Devastation at 17:45! The Devastation Corporation are victorious in their in-ring debut, thanks to Bakabella!
Winners: Blaster McMassive and Max Smashmaster

John Hennigan (with Melina Perez) vs. AJ Styles
They kick things off with the main event stare down. They start with a fast pace, running the ropes and leap frogging one another. Styles scores first with an arm drag and then a hip toss. Hennigan connects with a drop-kick to the knee and follows up with a modified half crab around the ring ropes. AJ kicks himself free and goes for a springboard move, but Hennigan dodges, causing AJ to hurt his knee on the landing. AJ improvises his game plan by going after Hennigan with punches and using the ropes to deliver quick attacks with his good leg. Hennigan dishes out a nasty leg sweep and takes full control of the match, continuing to soften up the injured knee. He holds AJ against the ropes so Melina can slap him from the floor. The referee opts to kick Melina out of the studio rather than call for a DQ, and Melina screams obnoxiously on her way out. AJ summons his fighting spirit and mounts a comeback and ends up trading forearm shots with Hennigan. AJ dodges Starship Pain, but Hennigan rebounds with a standing SSP for a 2 count. AJ rebounds with a tornado DDT off the turnbuckles but the Styles Clash is blocked. Hennigan successfully delivers Starship Pain, but AJ gets a foot on the ropes to prevent the pinfall. AJ digs deep and nails an enziguri with his good leg and desperately crawls to the top for a corkscrew senton! That’s enough for the win at 23:14!
Winner: AJ Styles

-AJ celebrates in the ring as Melina comes back to help Hennigan to his feet. Hennigan gives AJ a death stare but uses Melina as a crutch to leave without further incident. Confetti starts falling from the ceiling and Green Ant joins AJ in the ring for his celebration. AJ is happy to see his friend and shakes hands, but out of nowhere, Green Ant drops AJ with a Codebreaker! The fans and announcers are shocked by this development! Green Ant follows with a Lionsault off the ropes onto the fallen Styles. Green Ant stands over AJ and dramatically removes his mask to reveal none other than CHRIS JERICHO! The building explodes at this reveal, as Jericho has arrived in the MWF and has fired the first shot in a war against AJ!
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I like the way you had Jericho attack AJ Styles after the main event was over.

Looks like Sidney Bakabella 's boys are tough.
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torturedsoulv1,Feb 17 2014
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I like the way you had Jericho attack AJ Styles after the main event was over.

Looks like Sidney Bakabella 's boys are tough.

Thanks, that idea came to me while I was trying unsuccessfully to fall asleep a couple weeks ago.


And yeah, Bakabella's boys needed to be strong right out of the gate, especially with other heels Hennigan and Kendrick doing some pretty big jobs.
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MWF on Netflix Episode 4
Streaming February 23rd 2014
Northeastern University - Boston, MA


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-The show begins with AJ Styles coming to the ring with a sense of purpose. He grabs a mic and asks for his music to be cut. AJ has a lot to say, starting with putting over John Hennigan’s performance against him, calling it the match of his career. AJ says he was the better man at Acute, but it took everything in him to get the job done. He quickly turns his focus to Chris Jericho. AJ says Jericho’s disguised ambush got his attention, but also dismisses it as an act of cowardice. If Jericho wants a fight, he should come to the ring right now. Chris Jericho then appears on the video wall and cuts a promo. Jericho says it’s true that he wanted AJ’s attention, but he also wanted to embarrass him and take away his moment at Acute. Jericho says that for years, fans at autograph signings and on Twitter have compared him to Styles and asked if they’d ever meet up. Jericho thinks he’s on another level and took this as an insult. Jericho says he’s going to appear at the next MWF supershow, Ignition, and that will be it. He plans on beating Styles one on one and then riding off into the sunset to continue being a major rock star. AJ gets the final word in, vowing to beat Jericho so badly he wouldn’t be allowed back into the MWF anyway.

Antonio Thomas vs. Todd Hanson
Hanson is a big, scary guy with a beard and our designated jobber of the match. Hot start for Thomas, but Hanson gets some offense in when he connects with some attacks to the head. Thomas counters a back suplex and then skins the cat to catch Hanson off-guard with The Promise Land for the win at 2:59. Thomas has some momentum building!
Winner: Antonio Thomas

-Colt Cabana finds Jervis Cottonbelly backstage. Cabana rants and raves about how pissed off he is over losing to the Devastation Corporation at Acute. Cottonbelly admits that he’s rather cross too, with the potential to become upset.

Drew Gulak vs. Mikey Webb
Webb has some high energy, but annoys the crowd with some rude gestures. Webb is hopping about and not taking things too seriously. Gulak marches into the ring and immediately tears into Webb. The crowd pops for Gulak’s Spinesplitter (belly to back suplex backbreaker) and the Gu-Lock (Dragon Sleeper). Gulak wins by tap-out at 1:25, impressive debut for this young man!
Winner: Drew Gulak

-Slyck Wagner Brown is training backstage. He’s approached by Sidney Bakabella, who opens his wallet and attempts to recruit him. SWB calls Bakabella a doofy-looking parasite and tells him to scram. Bakabella is dumbfounded by the rejection.

-Colt Cabana and Jervis Cottonbelly come to the ring. Cabana takes a mic and says that he and Jervis want a rematch with the Devastation Corporation and they want it NOW. They’re answered by Sidney Bakabella on the stage, who says that his team doesn’t do rematches once they’ve won, because they’ve already their greatness and dominance. Colt handles this in a real adult way, choosing to make fun of Sidney’s odd haircut. Bakabella gets flustered and agrees to give them a rematch at Ignition, if they can beat the members of his team in singles competition leading into the event.

Max Smashmaster (with Sidney Bakabella) vs. Colt Cabana (with Jervis Cottonbelly)
This ends up being a strong brawl, as Cabana isn’t in the mood for games and goes toe to toe with the bruising Smashmaster. Bakabella would have liked to interfere, but Cottonbelly kept him at bay. Cabana then got distracted when Blaster McMassive snuck in and attacked Jervis from behind. Smashmaster gains the upper hand and goes to the top rope but misses a senton! Smashmaster hit the canvas hard, so Colt gets the opportunistic pinfall at 10:15!
Winner: Colt Cabana

-Colt and Jervis celebrate on the stage while Bakabella’s face turns red screaming in the ring.

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MWF Ignition - March 23, 2014

The Main Event:
AJ Styles vs. Chris Jericho
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