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XWF 2007: The New ECW?

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Dec. 4th 2006
PAUL HEYMAN GONE FROM WORLD WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT

Paul Heyman was sent home from today's Monday Night Raw/ECW taping in North Carolina. We are still working on the story, but the word going around is that Heyman's been removed from the WWE's ECW creative team and let go, although whether that means released or being sent home and paid remains to be seen, after last night's ECW PPV.

According to one source, Heyman had a meeting with Vince McMahon and was then escorted from the venue. There is a meeting ongoing currently with ECW talents about Heyman's departure.

World Wrestling Entertainment posted an article on their website, noting that Heyman was sent home (but not released), citing, "The WWE Chairman cited slumping television ratings and a disgruntled talent roster as causes for Mr. Heyman’s dismissal."

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Motorhead did a cover of the song. Sandman even used the cover for a while in ECW.

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I think theme songs are probably the least of his worries. Realistically, the bulk of your big names would not be able to compete at your first PPV due to their 90-day no complete clauses.

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I think theme songs are probably the least of his worries. Realistically, the bulk of your big names would not be able to compete at your first PPV due to their 90-day no complete clauses.

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Before I start doing my show, I have a question. Anybody have a name suggestions for my Ultimate Fighter/Tough Enough contest?

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XWF Rage 1/2/07

Rage begins with Paul Heyman in the center of the ring. Heyman is holding a mike in his hand as he looks out into the packed crowd. The crowd begins an ECW chant, but Heyman quickly shushes them. After that attempt, they begin a Fuck McMahon chant before he began to speak.

Paul Heyman: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the XWF! The new home of extreme! Thanks to the sport of Mr. Ted Turner, the tribe of extreme is back in the ring, but because of a certain egomaniac, some of the wrestlers you may be expecting to appear will not debut until the end of the next month. But in the mean time, we still have some great young talent, the "younger brothers" if you will, along with a few ECW originals that we have signed out of free agency, as well as a few surprises you may not expect. So without further due, let the show begin!

Ovr. 85%

Paul Heyman steps out of the ring and takes a seat next to the announce team as the ring announcer steps into the ring.

Match Recap: P.J. "Justin Credible" Walker vs. Chris Sabin

Sabin came to the ring sporting an ECW shirt, trying to garner a reaction from the fans. When that didn't work, Sabin began the match by tricking Credible into trying to shake his hand before quickly slapping him in the face. Credible looked nothing like his old self from the McMahon-owned product, fought up a storm against Sabin, who cheated most of the match.8:38 into the match, Credible began to gain an edge over Sabin, when Team Nova's Juan Castillo ran down to the ring and attacked him with a steel chair, allowing Sabin to get the pain at 8:53.

Winner: Chris Sabin

Ovr. 52% Reaction: 40% Quality: 65%

Paul Heyman gets back in the ring and announces that there will be someone that will help him with his duties as the Comissioner of XWF. That man will be none other than Steve Austin. Steve Austin came down to the ring and explains that, even though he was on good terms with WWE, it's not the place for him anymore and that the place for him is XWF!

Ovr. 87%

Team Colt Cabana vs. Jimmy Jacobs

Two of the "younger brothers" of XWF face off for the first time in front of the XWF crowd. With all of the members of Teams Benoit and Nova at ringside, it quickly turned into a lumberjack brawl. Bodies were everywhere as the Team Nova tried to beat down on both of the opponents. Colt managed to escape back into the ring when Juan Castillo approached him from behind. He pinned Cabana and tried to claim the win for himself but P.J. Walker came running down to the ring to break it up. Jacobs came back into the ring and conencted with the Berzker Boot on Castillo, but Cabana subsequently tripped him and locked him in the Canadian Bacon Leaf, forcing Jacobs to tap out.

Winner: Colt Cabana

Ovr. 63% Reaction 50% Quality: 77%

Masato Tanaka vs. Raven

In another hardcore brawl, Raven dominated against new XWF-er Masato Tanaka. Tanaka put up no offense, continually being slammed with chairs, pipes, and chains throughout the match. Surprisingly, though, the two had a good reaction from the crowd and worked well together in the match.

Winner: Raven

Ovr. 78 % Reaction: 77% Quality: 80%

Video Announcement: Mike Awesome Debuts Next Week

A video aired, stating that Mike Awesome would be making his debut at XWF Xtreme TV. This did not bode well with fans.

Ovr.: 51%

Video Involving Team Benoit

Next, another video aired, showing Chris Benoit and his team of XWF hopefuls training and working out in the gym. Maybe one of them will be the next big star?

Ovr. 69%

Brock Lesnar vs. Chris Jericho

In the main event, Brock Lesnar, having just arrived in the arena hours earlier from Japan, faced off against Chris Jericho for a contract to be guarranteed a shot at being XWF World Champion. To win, you would have to climb the ladder and grab the contract. Jericho was announced as Y2J but came down to the ring wearing a Lionheart vest. Lesnar brilliantly used his mat skills to slow Jericho down, but Jericho speeed still blew by Lesnar. After putting Lesnar out cold with the Lionbomb, Jericho climbed the ladder, Just as his fingers reached the contract, Lesnar kicked theladder out from under him, sending him falling to the mat below. Lesnar slowly made his way to his feet, when out of nowhere Dwayne" The Rock" Johnson entered the ring and stunned him with the Rock Bottom. Rocky then stood the ladder up and grabbed the contract as the show closed.

Ovr. 67% Reaction 65% Quality 70%

Overall Show Rating: 68%

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ROCK APPEARS ON XWF RAGE; MORE WRESTLERS FLOCK TO XWF

Just in case you didn't watch the television debut of XWF, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson showed up during the Main Event and attcked Brock Lesnar and Chris Jericho. Rock is said to have signed to a 1-year written contract. It is unknown if he will contiue to be able to use the moniker of "The Rock" as it is owned hy the WWE.

In addition, XWF inked deals with indy workers Samoa Joe and Necro Butcher. Both contracts are open contracts, as Butcher is currently touring in Japan and Joe wishes to continue working in TNA. XWF is also interested in signing Terry Funk

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I hate the idea. You basically gave yrself a great roster & lots of money. It's unrealistic & stupid, in my opinion atleast. Have fun with the game & diary, I just thought negative feedback can also be a help.

Edited by Summcore Superstar

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Guest Cola

And please explain why Masato Tanaka is jobbing lol, he's an awesome wrestler.

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Yeah, Tanaka needs wrestlers that are built around the even-offense weapon attack matches, such as Mike Awesome, Balls Mahoney, Hack Meyers, Tarzan Goto & Axl Rotten.

He'd even be decent against Taz, but you have to give him the right opponent, in the right match, or it'll just flail. Being squashed by Raven isn't exactly what should be happening.

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XWF eXtreme TV LIVE on TNT from the Philips Arena

The shows begins with Paul Heyman's entrance music playing as he heads to the ring for the second straight week. He arrives in the ring with a microphone in one hand and a contract in the other and quickly addresses the fans.

Heyman brings out Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and Rocky begins a tirade on leading XWF into the top spot in the wrestling world, before signings his official XWF contract.

Overall: 86%

Raven is backstage cutting a promo from an unknown location. Raven vows to show everyone a new side of himself, one that is more sick and sadistic than ever seen.

Overall: 91%

*commercials*

Sonjay Dutt and Chris Sabin vs. Team Nova’s Juan Castillo and Roderick Strong

With both Team Benoit and Team Nova at ringside, the ring turned into a war zone. Much like Tuesday’s match between Jimmy Jacobs and Team Benoit’s Colt Cabana, bodies were everywhere as the two teams in the ring brawled in and out of the ring and in between the other eight men outside of the ring. After extra referees came down to assist in calming the brawl, Sonjay got the pin on Castillo by hitting the Hindu Press. Afterward, it was said that Paul Heyman had an announcement to make concerning Team Benoit and Team Nova.

Overall: 65% Reaction: 49% Quality: 81%

A video clip is shown of Rhino entering the arena. Rhino is slated to be in tonight’s main event against Brock Lesnar.

Overall: 81%

Mike Awesome vs. Masato Tanaka

Mike Awesome was slated to debut against Justin Credible, but was quickly blindsided by Masato Tanaka, making it Tanaka vs. Awesome instead. Just as Awesome entered the ring, Tanaka slid in with a chair in hand and attacked him from behind with a chair. After viciously brutalizing Awesome, Tanaka ruined his debut even further by setting up a table outside the ring and mocking him by putting him through it with an Awesome Bomb for the win.

Overall: 71% Reaction: 66% Quality: 76%

*Commercials*

After a quick ad, promoting the first WXF PPV, Winter Warzone, we return to see another match.

Jimmy Jacobs vs. Justin Credible

Justin Credible was moved up to face Jimmy Jacobs after not being able to wrestle Mike Awesome. Credible dominated most of the match up until the end, when Team Nova’s Juan Castillo ran up to the ring, and again wrecked Credible’s match, connecting with a Super kick. The kick was enough to put Credible out and Jacobs covered for the win.

Overall: 47% Reaction: 30% Quality: 64%

A video airs, hyping the debut of Terry Funk. Funk is slated to appear at the PPV.

Overall: 71%

Rhino vs. Brock Lesnar

In the main event of the evening, Brock Lesnar squared off with Rhino in great hardcore bout. The crowd was pretty hot for this match as each superstar made the other each their limits. After getting the upper hand, Lesnar connected with the F-5 before climbing atop the turnbuckle. Just before Lesnar was to attempt the Shooting tar Press, The Rock pushed him off the turnbuckle from out of nowhere and then jumped in the ring. Rocky then Rock Bottomed both Brock and Rhino before Chris Jericho hit the ring. Jericho came through the crowd and climbed the turnbuckle before even getting in the ring. After he caught the Rock’s attention, he leaped off and connected with a missile drop kick before attempting to lock in the Walls of Jericho. Rhino then gets up and gores Jericho out of it and pins him for the win.

Winner: Rhino

Overall: 78% Reaction: 81% Quality: 74%

Show Overall: 74%

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Jan. 7th 2007

XWF SIGNINGS

Today XWF announced signings of more talent. They have signed Mixed Martial Artist/Actor Bob Sapp, manager Bill Alfonso, Bryan Danielson, and Sean O'Haire, all of whom are available to begin work immediatly.

Edited by ElTiburon

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XWF NEWS FOR JANUARY 9TH 2007

-Tajiri arrived in Atlanta this morning, and has signed a 1 year written deal to appear for XWF. He is claiming to be prepared for tonight's show, so he may make an appearance.

-Ted Turner is trying to negotiate a way out the 90-day no-compete clause that many of the WWE defectees have on their contracts, but Vince McMahon refuses to answer his calls.

-Looking to widen the types of talent in their promotion, XWF is also look at more MMA fighters and luchadores.

-The XWF roster will be split, but not like WWE. It is a more TNA-like roster split, with two divisions. They do not have names, but the cruiserweight/X-Division is regarded as the "younger brothers" of XWF because most of them are the younger roster members.

-The name for XWF's Tough Enough/Ultimated Fighter style contest has finally been decided. It will be called "Next Gen. Championship." The name comes from the possiblity of finding the next generation of Extreme Superstars.

Edited by ElTiburon

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WWE got a 3.62 television rating for 'ECW on Sci-Fi'!

The event was attended by 9050 people.

They made $362000 from ticket sales.

Edited by ElTiburon

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Turner, McMahon Finally Come to Agrreement

Ted Turner and Vince McMahon finally agreed to a buyout deal that would erase many XWF Superstars' no compete clause. It came with no small price tag, however, and the move cost Turner $35 million. Thew new superstars will likely begin debuting sometime after the PPV.

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I auto-booked eXtreme TV to get to the PPV.

Overall Rating: 82. PPV will be up soon.

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XWF Presents: Winter War Zone (FINAL CARD)

LIVE From the Philips Center in Atlanta, GA

Capacity: 21,000

No Laser Pens or Professional Video

Show Starts at 8:30PM EST; doors open at 6:30PM

XWF World Championship Match

The Rock vs. Chris Jericho vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Rhino

Elimination-Style Match

Team Benoit vs. Team Nova

Chris Sabin vs. Justin Credible

Samoa Joe vs. ???

Raven/??? vs. Team 3D

Also scheduled to appear:

-Bob Sapp

-Ken Shamrock

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OOC: Anything that happens before the preshow was just created out of my creativity

Sunday, January 14th- Day of the PPV.

11:00 AM

Set-up begins inside the arena in preparation for the PPV.

12:00 PM

Superstars begin arriving at the arena, as well as some fans.

12:30 PM

A make shift ring is set up outside in the parking lot, with a huge tent over it, as even more fans start arriving. Pretty, early, ain't it?

1:00 PM-

Tommy Dreamer and Rob Van Dam arrive together. With a mic set up to the outdoor speakers, RVD and Dreamer climb in to the outdoor ring and talk to the fans before signing autographs.

1:20 PM

Super Crazy arrives at the arena to fight Little Guido in a quick match in the outside ring before heading inside.

Super Crazy b. Guido via moonsault

2:00 PM

The Rock arrives in a limo. He heads straight to the arena, slightly ignoring the ring outside.

2:05 PM

XWF Battle Royal

20 Men come out from the arena to fight in an over the top battle. Steve Corino won after throwing Val Venis over the ropes.

3:00 PM

Paul Heyman comes out and addresses the crowd with a 10-minute shoot before heading inside.

4:00 PM

Kane shows up with Chris Benoit. Both get into the ring and Benoit cuts a promo for the fans, but gets interrupted by Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch, which leads to an "impromptu" match.

Kane and Chris Benoit b. Cade and Murdoch via Chokeslam/Diving Headbutt.

5:00 PM.

XWF crew members begin taking the ring outside down.

6:00 PM

Doors open, and fans begin filling in to the arena. The set-up inisde consisted of a regular old XWF ring with an XWF logo and PPV logo on the aprons. The entrance has a big screen placed between the higher side of a huge X and a band's equipment set up next to the entrance aisle.

Winter Warzone Pre-show:

Sean O'Haire vs. Kevin Thorn

Despite interference from Ariel, Thorn put up very little offense in this squash match. O'Haire nailed him with everything but the kitch- even the kitchen sink. Sean O'Haire wins via pinfall w/ a burning hammer. After the match, O'Haire laid a challenge to any XWF member and Steve Austin came out and laid him out with the Stunner.

Overall: 49 Reaction: 32 Quality: 66

XWF Presents: Winter War Zone- Live on PPV!!!

The band 12 Stones is set up next to the aisle and begin a guitar rendition of the National anthem before launching into the "Winter War Zone" theme song, "My Life." After the song, a pyro display goes off before Tazz and Joey Styles launch into introductions.

Not wasting any time, the show starts off with Chris Sabin vs. Justin Credible.

In a pretty even match filled with weapons blood, Justin Credible came out on top. Sabin seemed to have had the match won after connecting with the Cradle Shock, but Justin Credible managed to put his foot on the ropes. While Sabin argued with the ref, a bloodied Credible pulled Sabin's tights and rolled him up for the pin.

Winner: Justin Credible

Ovr. 51 Reaction: Reaction: 41 Quality: 67

Chris Benoit is seen heading into his team's locker room. He gives them a quick motivational speech before heading back out and leaving them to themselves.

Overall: 68

Samoa Joe vs. ??? (Masato Tanaka)

Joe and Tanaka brawled all over the arena in an early classic, until Mike Awesome showed up at ringside. As Tanaka and Joe battled on the outside of the ring, Awesome climbed the turnbuckle and leaped off, connected with an Awesome Plash, intended for Tanaka, on Joe, knocking himself and Joe out cold. With both wrestlers down, Tanaka covered Joe for the win. After the match, Tanaka headed out before Awesome could come to.

Ovearll Rating: 85 Reaction: 72 Quality: 92

Ken Shamrock is in the ring. He cuts a promo claiming to be the best wrestler to ever come from the MMA world. Before he could finish his promo, debutee Bob Sapp headed to the ring and came nose to nose with "The World's Most Dangerous Man." Before anything serious happened, Shamrock gave in and left the ring.

Overall: 83

*Quick eXtreme TV ad*

Raven/??? (Rhino) vs. Team 3D

The crowd was hot for this match, featuring all ECW originals, where tables, chairs, and even a shopping cart were used. 3D had Raven cornered and set up for a 3D while Rhino set up a table vertically on the turnbuckle behind them. Rhino quickly broke up the 3D attempt, giving Raven the chance to connect with a Raven Effect on Devon. As Raven pinned him for the win, Rhino gored Ray into the table for added effect.

Ovearll: 84 Reaction: 81 Quality: 87

*Rage ad*

Team Benoit (Colt Cabana, Darik Ruiz, BJ Whitmer, Christopher Idol, and Brian James) vs. Team Nova (Roderick Strong, Juan Castillo, Jimmy Rave, Dave Greco, Bill Wellington)

Both teams came out accompanied by their coaches, who stayed at ringside during the match. Team Benoit quickly lost Brian James and Christopher Idol within the first 5 minutes, putting them down 3 to 2. The first Team Nova member to go down would be Beef Wellington, pinned by BJ Whitmer. Whitmer would continue a short roll by eliminating Dave Greco next. Juan Castillo would get in and knock BJ’s head off with a vicious clothesline before standing him and quickly finishing him with his Cobra Clutch Bomb. Down to Ruiz and Cabana vs. Rave, Strong, and, Castillo. The last two members of team Benoit would not go down so quickly, putting up a good fight. The next person eliminated would be Team Nova’s Jimmy Rave. Darik Ruiz would be the next person put out, down to a 2 on 1. Cabana would put up a fight against Strong and Castillo but it would not be enough and he was pinned by Castillo after his finisher.

Overall: 52 Reaction: 30 Quality 72

Tommy Dreamer and The Sandman are in the ring, addressing the fans with a promo, when The Hardy Boyz step out from the back. They get to the ring and start talking smack about Sandman and Dreamer when a brawl ensues. Referees, security, and wrestlers from the back have to come down to seperate the two teams.

Overall: 70

XWF World Heavyweight Championship

The Rock vs. Chris Jericho vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Rhino

In a legendary battle of superstars, Rhino “prevailed” over the others, even after showing signs of wear from his previous match. With The Rock and Jericho down and out from a both Lionbomb off the apron, Lesnar had Rhino sized up for the Verdict, when Rob Van Dam ran down to the ring and nailed Brock with a karate kick to the back of the head. Lesnar stumbled forward, opening him up for a gore from Rhino. Rhino would successfully pin him for the win, and he and RVD would then celebrate in the ring as Rhino becomes the 1st XWF champion.

Overall: 84 Reaction: 88 Quality 76

Overall Rating: 73

We got a 0.50 buy rate for 'Winter War Zone'!

The attendance was 6602 people.

We made $1250000 from pay-per-view revenue.

We made $264080 from ticket sales.

Edited by ElTiburon

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XWF Next Gen Championship Rules.

-Fighters from both teams will be given matches against members of the XWF roster; if they lose, they are out of the competition

-If you win, nothing special happens, but the more matches that one wins, there more likely they are to be officially signed by XWF

-At the February XWF PPV, the remaining members of each team will be given matches against each other. The fighter with the best overall record in the Next Gen Championship will be given the trophy/title of the Next Gen Champion. An award will also be given to the team with the better record.

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Closed and moved to the deep Web.

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