Yo people from FUSE, this right here is my blog so yeah, I might just tell you who im gonna piss off today, so that would be Twistid Assassin again! Pissing him off is funnier than a bitch, but watch FUSE fans you will see gold around my waist before you know it.
Twistid Assassin's Blog ------------------------------
Sup guys, im known to be silent but there are certaint people that ive been having my evil eye on, like the whitest kid on the planet of earth, Tom Felix. Yes he can talk a good game, but if Austin can give me a match with that bunghole, Ill show him why my name is the Twistid Assassin!
Post by Red Dragon on Oct 15, 2008 14:37:20 GMT -5
Firelight (Continued) Some heavy metal music played and the small Jordan Devine came to the ring accompanied to the ring by Chris Hammers. Then came out Jacob Ryler who slid in and watched Hammers on the outside.
Match 5: Jordan Devine vs. Jacob Ryler A very good match between the two, the two of them jumped around the ring in ariel attacks. Ryler even pulled out an amazing shooting star press, which nearly wan him the match, but Hammers always stopped Ryler getting the win. Then Ryler hit his modified Perfect Plex called the 'Higher we go' but Hammers jumped in the ring and beat on Ryler causing a DQ. Winner: Jacob Ryler via DQ
When all hope seemed lost for Ryler as Revolution X (Hammers & Devine) started to double team him, he was able to fight back much to the roar of the crowd and got them away. He then grabbed the mic and challenged Chris Hammers to a No DQ match next week so that there can be a real finish.
After this Bret Thomas (Tim Donst look-alike) came out with a huge smile on his face as he was going to wrestle one of his idols. Then Kevin Steen made his way out as the crowd raised to their feet.
Match 6: Bret Thomas vs. Kevin Steen An awesome match between the two, Thomas looked like a pro and held himself very well against Steen. Early on the fans were completely on Steens side but nearer the end the fans seemed to have a lot of respect for Thomas and started a ‘lets go Thomas’ chant. Thomas once again stuck to college wrestling but it paid off against Steen and he stretched the f*** outta him. When Steen hit a powerbomb onto his knees Thomas looked like he had been shot in the stomach, Steen then lifted Thomas’s broken body into a package Piledriver. Winner: Kevin Steen
Henry Edwards walked to the ring pretty happy off his FIP win, Drew Parkland then came out shouting at Edwards “Your gonna get it ya FIP jackass!” The monster Safu then walked to the ring followed by Chris Hammers who is part of Revolution X. Then finally came out came James Powers to start the match.
Main Event: Henry Edwards vs. Drew Parkland vs. Safu vs. James Powers The match started off with Parkland challenging all opponents to “Come and get me!” Powers pointed to the sky to which Parkland looked up before getting taken down by Edwards. Also in the match Hammers and Devine of Revolution X tried helping Safu and it worked very well until Powers suicide dived onto all the other opponents. After the whole Revolution was wiped out along with Parkland we were left with a stand off between the top face in FUSE, James Powers and the top heel, Henry Edwards. They fought very briefly each getting one up on each other before getting bulldozed by Safu. Powers was able to fight the monster back and locked in a Russian Armbar which, the monster submitted. Winner: James Powers
Personality: Easygoing guy, isnt anylike his character he plays, but he's not a hyper guy either. ----------- Years Wrestling: 0 Primary Finisher: Fireman carry into a sitout piledriver Secondary Finisher: Flip senton + 360 splash
Post by Red Dragon on Oct 16, 2008 13:35:03 GMT -5
Week after Week The week started off with a bang…literally! Parkland bought some cheap fireworks (that had probably ‘fallen off the back of a truck.’ Once I found out about this I quickly went to find the troublemaker, by the time I got down there (with crutches) I saw only Felix tied down to the floor with a rocket up his ***. Felix later left for some reason, I thought it would be bullying but it seems as if he didn’t want to be a wrestler anymore and wanted to pursue a career in Rap.
So with one trainee down I phoned Shelley to send someone up, half way though the week Shelley walked in and introduced us to Insane Dragon in full ‘Super Dragon’ like gear. Everyone turned to Twisted Assassin also dressed Super Dragon like, everyone thought we were going to have a battle of Super Dragon impersonators instead they had a stare down before continuing the training and later Assassin moved into Dragons hotel room, seems as if they are friends. Indy fans will know that one of the top teams around is the Red Assassins (Red Dragon & Assassin) so now FUSE presents the Insane Assassins (Insane Dragon & Twisted Assassin)
Mid-way thought the week I told the guys to gather round as Shelley brought over a wooden box. I opened it up to reveal a newly made championship belt. I told them that the next shows will deicide what men will face off for the gold the week after. The guys seemed very excited and went straight to the gym to get to work.
Road to Gold Night 1 Card Winners of all single matches advance to 2 triple threats next week
Pagano’s Quest Steven Kagemann vs. Evan Pagano Pagano now has a chance to show he’s FUSE’s belt but can he beat Kagemann first?
Ultimate Underdog Henry Edwards vs. Shaun Tiger Shaun has been losing all the time and always putting up a fight while Edwards has been on a roll. Can Shaun pick up the vital win?
One More Time Petey The Pirate vs. Drew Parkland Petey literally begged me for this match now he’s got it can he pin him again?
One Man Wrecking Crew Jacob Ryler vs. Safu Ryler is on a mission to destroy Revolution X so far he’s beaten Devine, can he beat the monster?
Non Road for Gold Action Adrenaline Boyz vs. Insane Assassins The new team of Insane Assassins look to make a name for themselves as they take on the risk taking daredevils known as Adrenaline Boyz
Who Will Advance? James Powers vs. Daniel Sinn Both Powers and Sinn are strong FUSE competitors but only one can advance
Main Event Chris Hammers vs. Bret Thomas Thomas proved last week that he is a top FUSE wrestler but Hammers wants to prove him wrong by wiping him out of the contest.
--------------------------------- As allways do promo's/blogs/whatever and any suggestions via PM will do fine, thanks
Last Edit: Oct 16, 2008 13:39:12 GMT -5 by Red Dragon
Post by stevereno159 on Oct 17, 2008 22:54:12 GMT -5
Sorry for double post but I figured sombody would have posted in one day lol
anyways: my promo thingy for pagano...
I'm here to show the world that Pagano is all talk. He's always running his mouth about how he's the best thing to happen to FUSE, and I'm here to prove him wrong. All Pagano is a poser, he's all talk, he can't wrestle worth crap. And I'm going to put him in his place at Road to Gold.
I enjoyed the diary entry you wrote, I found it amusing with Felix and Drew Parkland and his 'fallen off of the truck' fireworks. I felt that the diary lacked Stiles though, as did the card. But I shall not question you, because I predict him being on Night Two. Good work.
Post by Red Dragon on Oct 18, 2008 15:50:44 GMT -5
Road to Gold: Night 1 The show started as always with ‘Flux’ by Bloc Party playing though the speakers, then our announcer told the crowd that winners to all single matches will go into next week to compete for the FUSE World title. He also plugged next week’s show with many special guests.
Evan Pagano came out to start with and jumped on the mic, he told us that his quest is nearly coming to an end. Soon he will prove that he is the top man in FUSE. He was then silenced by Steven Kagemann, one third of the Adrenaline Boyz who grabbed the mic and said “Lets Wrestle”
Match 1: Steven Kagemann vs. Evan Pagano Kagemann threw some pretty stiff blows to start off and Pagano just took them and hit the floor. As the match progressed it looked like Kagemann was going to get the win but then ‘ruthless’ Pagano kicked in and Pagano was hell bent on destroying Kagemann targeting his arm then finishing him off with The Calling (Quackendriver III) Winner: Evan Pagano
After this Shaun Tiger came out to a warm reaction from the crowd he was then followed by Henry Edwards who looked to pick apart Shaun.
Match 2: Henry Edwards vs. Shaun Tiger Edwards looked strong as always with strong hands and some hard knees that nearly knocked Shaun Tiger out cold. Edwards looked like a serial killer during the match and the snap suplex he hit nearly put Tiger six feet under but somehow Shaun mounted a comeback. After hitting a spinning wheel kick and then a dropsault Shaun looked to continue his momentom only to be cut off by a deadly lariat and a H.E. Driver (Double underhook brainbuster) Winner: Henry Edwards
After this Petey the Pirate came out swinging his sword around and now also has a catchy theme tune which the crowd sang along to. Drew Parkland stopped this and told Petey enough was enough and tonight would be the last time they met, it was know a No DQ match.
Match 3: Petey The Pirate vs. Drew Parkland This match was a good mix of hardcore and comedy. Parkland started of by using crutches and chairs then he brought out a trashcan and put it over Petey’s head before hitting a top rope elbow drop. Petey used every comedy item he could fine such as his parrot and his false leg. Parkland did get the win after he was somehow able to get Petey on his shoulders for the K.F.C. (Assault Driver) Winner: Drew Parkland
Jacob Ryler made his presence known and jumped on the mic telling us that after tonight all he only has one part of Revoultion X to beat (Chris Hammers) and then he will become champion. The monster Safu who stormed to the ring to stopped him.
Match 4: Jacob Ryler vs. Safu A very good match that showed the awesome mix of strength and speed. As always the fans were massively behind Ryler as he hit all his trademark moves (springboard elbow, diving cross body) Safu dumped Ryler to the outside in a gorilla press slam and it looked like Ryler was out but after the 8 count Ryler managed to get n the ring and hit a diving guillotine leg drop called 'Broken and Beaten' Winner: Jacob Ryler
Still to come: Adrenaline Boyz vs. Insane Assassins James Powers vs. Daniel Sinn Chris Hammers vs. Bret Thomas
Last Edit: Oct 18, 2008 15:52:18 GMT -5 by Red Dragon
Post by Red Dragon on Oct 20, 2008 13:29:19 GMT -5
Road to Gold: Night 1 (Continued) All winners in single matches go though to next week to compete for the title
Straight after intermission the Adrenaline Boyz (Nick Jacobs and Super Extreme) rocked the house they got the crowd pumped until the debuting Insane Dragon came out with his partner twisted Assassin known as the Insane Assassins.
Match 5: Adrenaline Boyz vs. Insane Assassins A good match as the Assassins and Jacobs battled but Extreme seems too much of a spot monkey and never really sells that much. Assassins blend really well and looked like they had planned a lot of tag moves before hand. Assassins picked up the win with their Insane Combo (Flapjack/Face crusher combo) Winner: Insane Assassins
After the match Just Another Gangsta team walked down to the ring but were stopped just before they got in the ring when they saw at the enterance ramp The Sea Donsters (Tim Donst and Hydra) Donst) Donst told everyone that next week we would have a four team battle and the winner will become the FUSE Duo Champions!
Then out came the un-charismatic James Powers who received a good reaction but just walked to the ring like Mr. Generic. Then Daniel Sinn came out as the crowd boo’ed.
Match 6: James Powers vs. Daniel Sinn A very good match Powers as always used his naturally gifted skill and looked like a pro as Sinn played his character well by slipping out of the ring and mocking the crowd. Sinn kept up his cheating ways by using hands on the ropes and illegal moves but Powers showed heart and battled though hitting a Russian Armbar to make Sinn submit. Winner: James Powers
After this Chris Hammers made his way out with out Revolution X and then also Bret Thomas looking a lot like Tim Donst from earlier.
Main Event: Chris Hammers vs. Bret Thomas A superb match to end the show, the best match we have seen between two students. Thomas finally broke out of his college wrestler ways and used techniqual skill only rivalled by some of the greats while Hammers truly showed why he is the leader of Revolution X. Hammers delived some major lariats and put Thomas finally away with a Last Minute Orders (sit out spinebuster) Winner: Chris Hammers