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PostSubject: Friday Night Crush Results   Mon Feb 18, 2013 4:03 am

This is where all Friday Night Crush results will be posted.

To find results for shows before the Friday, February 22 edition, visit the ECCW Archives site.

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PostSubject: Re: Friday Night Crush Results   Sun Feb 24, 2013 4:25 am


ECCW Crush Results — Friday, February 22, 2013 — Episode 190: It's a Done Deal

The arena turns green as the pyro display hits, fireworks lighting up the stage. The fans are excited for another Friday night of action.

A recap of last week's episode of Crush is aired.

For the second week in a row, the show is opened up with cheers following the sound of the music of ECCW CEO Matthew Jericho. The boss himself parades down the ramp, looking like he has a lot on his mind. While his mood is not quite foul, he doesn't appear to be as cheerful as he typically is when appearing on an ECCW program. He wastes little time in making his way to the ring. Once in it, he gets right to the point, explaining the situation involving his son Stephen Jericho and Harry Jones. Explaining that Jones attacked Stephen Jericho with little to no reason at all almost a week ago at Heavy Metal, he says that at long last, Harry Jones will be punished for his inexcusable actions as of late. Jericho says that he is on Crush tonight to bring justice to Jones himself; he will not allow Richie, Robert Cairo, or even Stephen Jericho to do it. With that, he orders Harry Jones to the ring immediately. After a brief pause, Jones' music hits and a chorus of boos follow. Jones cockily walks to the ring, acting as if the situation is a funny joke. In the ring, Jericho begins to verbally lash Jones, who doesn't even seem to be defensive. When Jericho's rant ends, Jones seems to shrug it off. Jericho, clearly annoyed, understands that continuing to talk to Jones will do no good so instead, he opts to get to the punishment part. First, he asks if Jones has anything at all to say for himself. Jones mutters only three words the whole time he is in the ring: "Just one thing." After saying that, he hits a vicious HKO on Jericho as the crowd gasps in unison. In due time, Richie along with a referee and trainer, hurry to the ring to aid Jericho as Jones exits upon their request.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Slam-Mania hype video airs, ending with the message: "30 DAYS."

The commentators get everyone excited for some of the events still to come tonight, including the third Hall of Fame inductee announcement, the confrontation between Dustin Shore and Jarrett Calloway, and the contract signing between Will Williams and Twista XL that will end the show.

Match 1: Keith Copeland defeated Christian Storm by pinfall at 12:14.
Both competitors fought a hard battle, but the newly repackaged and increasingly impressive Keith Copeland just bested Christian Storm.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 2: Omega and Trenton York defeated Peter Linch and Zack Horror by pinfall (York over Horror) at 13:55.
Two teams comprised of bitter rivals left it all in the ring, but it was the ECCW Television Champion Trenton York who scored the win over his former partner Zack Horror.

After the match, Trenton York seemed quite content with his victory and left the area fairly quickly, probably thinking that he has better things to be doing than giving his time to the fans. However, Omega stayed behind, eyeing Peter Linch, who had been knocked down during the match by Omega himself. Linch sees that Omega is standing above him, expecting another post-match assault. Instead, Omega offers out his hand. Linch looks confused, as do the members of the audience. Linch hesitantly grabs Omega's hand. Surprisingly, Omega helps Linch up to his feet as the the crowd cheers for the showing of sportsmanship. Still holding onto Linch's hand as if the two are sharing a handshake, Omega says something inaudible to Linch and then suddenly pulls him into his new finisher, the L-Town Finish. The crowd pours on the boos as Omega smirks evilly.

The commentators introduce a video package that will announce the third inductee to join the ECCW Hall of Fame class of 2013. In the video, it is revealed that Sophie Mac will become the second woman to earn the honor of being called an ECCW Hall of Famer.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Dustin Shore. He asks Shore what he is expecting to happen when he comes face to face with Jarrett Calloway again later tonight. Shore says that he honestly does not know; it will all depend on Calloway's attitude. The ball is in Calloway's court in Shore's mind.

Match 3: Alex Nova defeated Christopher Styles (w/ Oliver Walker) by pinfall at 12:26.
Though he put up a serious battle, the highly experienced Christopher Styles fell to the rising star known as Alex Nova.

The commentators announce that after being examined by ECCW medical staff, it has been determined that Matthew Jericho is okay after the attack from Harry Jones earlier in the show.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Peter Linch limps his way down a backstage hallway as an interviewer speeds after him, looking for a response to the attack from Omega that he just fell victim to. Linch tries to shoo the interviewers away with the "no comment" remark but they do not listen. Eventually, Linch reaches the locker room and slams the door behind him as he walks in, ending the medium-speed chase.

Match 4: Adam Jones defeated Matthew Maddox by pinfall at 15:41.
Matthew Maddox was handed his first television loss at the hands of Adam Jones, who seems to be picking up a few new fans every week.

The cameras show a glimpse of the parking garage, where it becomes apparent that Jarrett Calloway is just arriving. The commentators announce that they have heard word that the confrontation between Calloway and Dustin Shore will be happening next.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Dustin Shore's music hits and the usual roar of cheers from the fans in attendance follows it up. He gets in the ring and says that he knows that Jarrett Calloway is now in the building. First though, he reminds everyone that he has already offered to be the bigger man and get over the past. He has already offered to bury the hatchet and move on to 2013. But Calloway is unwilling. Shore says that he is glad that he will come face to face with Calloway because it has become obvious that Shore can ignore this problem no longer; it is beginning to cost him. He cannot let Calloway intervene in his career any longer. He says that he is ready when Calloway is. It is no shocker that Calloway makes Shore wait a little bit, but in relatively short time, Calloway's music hits and the crowd members all seem to shift to the edges of their seats. Shore smiles as Calloway appears on the stage and begins to work his way down the ramp. He enters the ring cautiously. The two stare each other down before anybody says a word; Shore is the first to speak. He demands to know what it is that Calloway wants from him; why is there an apparent obsession with costing Shore big victories? Calloway tells Shore not to flatter himself; Calloway does not see him as a threat. Calloway tells Shore that he helped him realize a month ago that he is in fact better than Shore; but then he began to think: "If I can't be at the top anymore, why should the inferior?" And so Calloway saw that a chance had arisen for Shore to regain the ECCW World Championship and he had to step in and prevent that. Shore declares this a personal issue. He reminds Calloway that he has exhausted all other options; he has tried to reason with Calloway and convince him that they should both be better than unnecessary bickering, but one side just won't listen. Shore says that he is afraid that there is no other option left but to embrace it; Shore says he is going to have to make a statement in a way that will force Calloway to listen. And the only way he knows how to do that is by beating him one more time. It is then that Shore puts an offer on the table: Calloway returns to the ring at Slam-Mania IV to face Dustin Shore one on one. Calloway looks to toss the idea around in his head for a moment before saying "I accept."

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 5: Ali Fernando defeated Angel by pinfall at 14:04.
The ECCW Legend's Champion Ali Fernando reigned supreme over the much more popular Angel with a decisive win in the final match of the show.

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Crush General Manager Richie is standing in the ring, which is set up for the contract signing for the ECCW World Championship match at Slam-Mania IV. He calls the opponents out one by one, first introducing Twista XL, the challenger. He allows Twista a brief open mic to speak his mind, which he spends a large part of harassing the fans who seem to enjoy booing him as loudly as possible. Richie then introduces the champion Will Williams and the crowd reaction couldn't be any more different. Williams is then offered the same opportunity for an open mic. Getting in Twista's face, Williams tells his opponent exactly why he believes that he will retain the ECCW World title at the biggest event of the ECCW year. Richie stops Williams before it looks like the signing will turn physical. He then tells Twista to sign the contract, which he does with no issue. The paper is then passed across the table to Williams, who signs it without moving his eyes off Twista. Richie then says that the match is official; it's on at Slam-Mania. The two men stand up and begin to argue, though their words are not picked up due to the lack of microphones. Twista then shoves Williams, who returns the favor. Richie tries to separate them, telling them to stop, but is soon forced out of the ring when threatened with physical harm. Twista gets in the first shot, trying to throw Williams into the table, but Williams turns the tide and whips Twista out of the ring. The crowd cheers as Twista is forced up the ramp as the champ remains in the ring to close the show.
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PostSubject: Re: Friday Night Crush Results   Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:14 pm


ECCW Crush Results — Friday, March 1, 2013 — Episode 191: Familiar Faceoff

The arena turns green as the pyro display hits, fireworks lighting up the stage. The fans are excited for another Friday night of action.

A recap of last week's episode of Crush is aired.

The show starts off with the music of Harry Jones hitting, to which the crowd reacts mainly negatively. He gets into the ring, doing a good job of ignoring the hassle the fans are giving him. He says that last week he did something that many in the back find unthinkable; knocking out the most important man in the company, Matthew Jericho. But Jones admits that he isn't like all of the other guys in the locker room because there is one simple fact that sets him apart; he's better. He reiterates his ever-so-famous declaration that he is professional wrestling's greatest. He says that whether he is competing under the lights of ECCW, EFNW, or any other name, he is the number one star on the roster because he is simply the best in the world and that means that he does what he wants when he wants. Last week, he felt like taking out the CEO of ECCW and so he did just that. Soon, he is interrupted by Matthew Jericho himself, who comes out onto the stage saying that he may just be a corporate figurehead to Jones, but he is surprisingly tough inside and out. Because of this, Jericho has shaken off last week's attack and has decided to combine his "tough side" with his "managerial side." The child of this combination is a Slam-Mania match; Harry Jones is rather surprised to hear the announcement of Jones versus ... Matthew Jericho.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

Match 1: Ali Fernando defeated two local competitors by pinfall at 2:50.
With Keith Copeland keeping an eye on him as a special guest commentator, Ali Fernando managed to put away two jobbers in a handicap match in just under three minutes.

After the match, Keith Copeland and Ali Fernando engaged in a stare-down. The commentators announce that their Slam-Mania match has recently been made official by management.

A video highlighting the careers of the three ECCW Hall of Fame inductees for 2013 is shown, depicting the most memorable moments from the careers of Cyrus Black, Jake Lyndon, and Sophie Mac.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Peter Linch. The interviewer mentions — and in turn, essentially announces — a now-official match between Linch and Omega at Slam-Mania. He asks Linch to explain why it is that he wants this match to happen. Linch says that Omega has been a thorn in his side for a while now; he is clearly in the way of Linch's success. Linch wishes to propel himself back to the top, into the ECCW World Championship picture. This cannot be done with Omega standing in his way, purporting himself to be the face of the company. Linch says that he is glad that management has made the match official because he will get payback on Omega by defeating him at the biggest ECCW event of the year.

Match 2: Zack Horror defeated Ryan McKinnon by pinfall at 10:12.
In a Doom rematch, Zack Horror was able to exact revenge on Ryan McKinnon with a pinfall victory.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Slam-Mania hype video is aired, ending with the message: "23 DAYS."

Adam Jones comes out to a mixed reaction, although there are more chants and cheers heard in his favor than ever before. Once in the ring, Jones starts to talk about how important this time of year is in ECCW. On this topic, it does not appear that he has much going for him in terms of matches for Slam-Mania, but Jones makes a promise. Whether or not he is booked in a match, he says that his presence will be felt. He takes a glance at his Money in the Bank briefcase and smirks before the lights dim down low and the same music from Heavy Metal begins to play; the ominous voice following: "Once in a lifetime, you see something so massive that it changes the course of history. An event so significant that the world as you know it is not the same ever again. You asked to be a part of this world, this world of professional wrestling. Be careful of what you wish for. For this world you have entered will now be the nightmare you thought was a pleassnt dream. The hard work you have done will have been for naught. Are you prepared to die in this world you've wanted?"



Adam Jones is dumbfounded yet again, just as he and everyone else was at Heavy Metal. The lights go back to normal but it appears that Jones is no longer in a speaking mood.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 3: Omega defeated Christian Storm by pinfall at 13:35.
Perhaps making an example of Christian Storm, Omega emerged victorious in a hard fought battle, showing that he is fully prepared for Peter Linch come Slam-Mania.

Tickets for ECCW's May pay-per-view No Holds Barred have gone on sale, according to the commentators and an accompanying graphic. The date of the event will be May 26, 2013. The location will be the First Mariner Arena in Baltimore, Maryland.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The main event for the night is introduced as Dustin Shore versus Twista XL, a reenactment of a heated past rivalry. Following this announcement, the commentators inform everyone that Jarrett Calloway will be making a return to Crush on next week's episode.

Match 4: Will Williams defeated Trenton York by pinfall at 15:07.
In a champion versus champion match, the ECCW World Champion Will Williams was able to reign supreme over ECCW Television Champion Trenton York.

The commentators go over all of the matches that have been announced for Slam-Mania so far, following along with the eight match graphics.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 5: Dustin Shore defeated Twista XL by pinfall at 18:44.
This was far from Dustin Shore and Twista XL's first faceoff, though this time it was Shore who could call himself the definite winner.

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PostSubject: Re: Friday Night Crush Results   Thu Mar 14, 2013 12:16 am


ECCW Crush Results — Friday, March 8, 2013 — Episode 192: Brawling Mania

The arena turns green as the pyro display hits, fireworks lighting up the stage. The fans are excited for another Friday night of action.

A recap of last week's episode of Crush is aired.

The commentators introduce a video clip from earlier tonight in which Matthew Jericho is participating in a sit-down interview regarding the match that he entered himself into at Slam-Mania. The interviewer asks why Jericho made the match and if he believes he stands a chance against someone who calls himself the best in the world. Jericho says that there comes a time where everybody reaches their breaking point; Jones has been pushing and pushing and pushing in recent months and Jericho is going to finally take action. Jericho reminds the interviewer of an important fact: Jones calls himself the best, but that doesn't mean it is so. No matter his rank, Jericho says that he must be feeling confident or else he wouldn't have put himself into this situation. He intends to shut Jones' mouth once and for all. At the close of the clip, the commentators announce that more segments from the interview will be aired throughout the program.

Match 1: Angel defeated Matthew Maddox by pinfall at 10:42.
Despite Angel having the experience edge, this match was tremendously even throughout and it was almost an upset when the so-far-successful rookie Matthew Maddox ended up with the loss.

Tonight's main event is announced as an interpromotional match featuring Will Williams and Angel Rodriguez, the two world champions, teaming up to be pitted against their respective Slam-Mania challengers Twista XL and William Davis IV.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

Match 2: Adam Jones defeated Trenton York by pinfall at 16:33 to become the new ECCW Television Champion.
The crowd erupted in cheers as Trenton York dropped the ECCW Television title to the brand new fan favorite Adam Jones. As Jones reached the stage on his way back up the ramp, he was joined in celebration by two unlikely companions: Peter Linch and Zack Horror.

Trenton York is furious in the ring, having no clue what to do next. He begins to argue with the referee over nothing significant as another break begins.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The next segment of the interview with Matthew Jericho is played. This time, the interviewer brings up the fact that there has been some controversy backstage about Jericho's interesting method of handling his issues with Harry Jones. Jericho admits that challenging the superstar to a match at Slam-Mania is certainly an unorthodox way for the CEO of the company to handle problems, but Jericho says that this has an explanation. Rather than punishing Jones in another way, like suspending him or firing him, Jericho says that he has to send a message to Jones; a message that can only be delivered through physical challenge. Jones will never shut up, says Jericho, but there's a bigger chance of this happening if he gets beaten by his boss at the grandest stage of them all. Win or lose, Jericho says that he will bring it to Jones on March 24.

Match 3: Ryan McKinnon defeated Keith Copeland by pinfall at 12:15.
With Ali Fernando as a special guest commentator, Keith Copeland failed to impress - or rather, intimidate - the champion, as he lost to Ryan McKinnon.

Ali Fernando laughed it off after the match.

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators break the news that Jarrett Calloway has not appeared on Crush as he promised he would last week, but that his new promise is that on next week's edition of Crush, he will be there to bring back his old talk show, the Breaking Ice. With him will be his guest, none other than Dustin Shore.

Match 4: Omega defeated Alex Nova by pinfall at 8:00.
In the shortest match of the night, Omega bested Alex Nova at the eight minute mark exactly, perhaps making an example out of Nova for Peter Linch.

A video package highlighting the soon to be Hall of Fame careers of Cyrus Black, Jake Lyndon, and Sophie Mac, three individuals who will be officially inducted on Saturday, March 23, 2013.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A hype video for Slam-Mania is aired, ending with the message: "16 DAYS."

The commentators go over all of the matches that have been announced for Slam-Mania so far, following along with the nine match graphics.

Dustin Shore comes out to his fair share of cheers from the crowd. He steps into the ring with a microphone in hand and begins to talk about his largely successful ECCW career. He has accomplished it all, but he says that he isn't done yet. He knows his limits and he has not yet reached them. While Jarrett Calloway may be unsure of what lies in his future, Shore says that he will help him out by informing him that sixteen days into the future, Calloway will be on his back for the one, two, three as Shore beats him in the Slam-Mania main event. Just then, he is interrupted by the same video package that has interrupted Adam Jones twice in recent weeks. The now familiar voice repeats: "Once in a lifetime, you see something so massive that it changes the course of history. An event so significant that the world as you know it is not the same ever again. You asked to be a part of this world, this world of professional wrestling. Be careful of what you wish for. For this world you have entered will now be the nightmare you thought was a pleassnt dream. The hard work you have done will have been for naught. Are you prepared to die in this world you've wanted?"



Dustin Shore is as dumbfounded as Adam Jones was on both occasions that this video and voice interrupted him.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 5: Will Williams and Angel Rodriguez defeated Twista XL and William Davis IV by disqualification at 18:50.
The match came to an end when William Davis IV lost control during a ringside brawl and whacked his nemesis Angel Rodriguez with a steel chair. This led Will Williams to attack him, thus prompting Twista XL to attempt to even the odds.

The brawling did not end at the sound of the bell. General Manager Richie sent a team of officials down to the ring to clear the scene as the show was going off the air.
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PostSubject: Re: Friday Night Crush Results   Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:39 pm


ECCW Crush Results — Friday, March 15, 2013 — Episode 193: Breaking the Ice

The arena turns green as the pyro display hits, fireworks lighting up the stage. The fans are excited for another Friday night of action.

A recap of last week's episode of Crush is aired.

The commentators hype up the scheduled return of Jarrett Calloway's talk show, the Breaking Ice, with Dustin Shore as the special guest. They also announce two main-event-worthy matches: Will Williams versus Omega and Twista XL versus Peter Linch, respectively.

Match 1: Aaron Kennedy, Ryan Wright, and Keith Copeland defeated Hassan, Abdullah, and Ali Fernando by pinfall (Copeland over Hassan) at 12:14.
The opening match was a six man tag team serving as a fusion of rivalries. Keith Copeland, the number one contender for the ECCW Legend's Champion, scored the pinfall for his team, ultimately pinning Hassan.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

Match 2: Ryan McKinnon defeated Angel by pinfall at 13:57.
In an extremely back and forth bout, Ryan McKinnon just barely edged ECCW veteran Angel in a battle pitting two top Feast or Fired contenders against one another.

A video from "earlier this week" is shown, depicting ECCW CEO Matthew Jericho in a gym. It can be gathered that he is preparing for his Slam-Mania match against Harry Jones, a match that many believe he made a mistake in making.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A video package highlighting the glorious careers of 2013 ECCW Hall of Fame inductees Cyrus Black, Jake Lyndon, and Sophie Mac is aired.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Dustin Shore, who is asked what he expects when he appears on Jarrett Calloway's talk show, the Breaking Ice, later on. He says that in all honesty, he has no idea. He says that he is expecting the givens, such as trash talk and all of these promises and lectures, but as for physical confrontation, he is in the dark. This prompts the interviewer to ask if Shore would prefer physical confrontation, to which Shore says that he would rather along follow the path of the ECCW World Championship match and keep all physical contact to a minimum until Slam-Mania, but if Calloway has different plans, Shore has no problem going with those either.

Match 3: Twista XL defeated Peter Linch by pinfall at 16:48.
In another hard fought match, Twista XL emerged victorious over Peter Linch, sending a strong message to the ECCW World Champion Will Williams.

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

As the show returns from the break, the lights in the arena dim down low and a familiar voice is heard. It says: "Once in a lifetime, you see something so massive that it changes the course of history. An event so significant that the world as you know it is not the same ever again. You asked to be a part of this world, this world of professional wrestling. Be careful of what you wish for. For this world you have entered will now be the nightmare you thought was a pleassnt dream. The hard work you have done will have been for naught. Are you prepared to die in this world you've wanted?"



In another video captioned "earlier this week," Harry Jones is seen in a training session at the gym. His demeanor is a bit more intense than Matthew Jericho's, but that is to be expected.

Match 4: Adam Jones defeated Trenton York by pinfall at 13:41 to retain the ECCW Television Championship.
In a championship rematch, the new ECCW Television Champion Adam Jones was able to successfully retain the title in his first defense against Trenton York, the former champ.

A Slam-Mania hype video is aired, ending with the message: "9 DAYS."

The commentators take the time to go through all nine of the scheduled Slam-Mania matches, reviewing the key points of each, all accompanied by graphics for each. They announce that the main event match will be taking place after the break.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 5: Will Williams defeated Omega by pinfall at 18:00.
During the match, Twista XL, Will Williams' Slam-Mania challenger, decided to involve himself in the match in an attempt to screw Williams out of the win. This plan seemed to be going smoothly as Omega had the refere thoroughly distracted, but soon enough Peter Linch came down to the ring to even the odds, ridding the ringside area of Twista and allowing Williams to catch Omega off guard with the Dream Crusher.

The commentators announce that the Breaking Ice segment is up next.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Jarrett Calloway comes down to the ring, which is already set up for the first edition of the Breaking Ice talk show in quite some time in ECCW. Instead of taking a seat, he decides to pace slowly from side to side as he speaks. He is looking a lot more confident than he has in recent ECCW appearances. He starts off by saying that he is glad that the bookers decided to save the best for last because they have learned to realize one thing: that Jarrett Calloway, win or lose, is the best of the best. He says that he does not even have to wrestle in 2013 to prove this any further, but that he is willing to at Slam-Mania against Dustin Shore. Accepting this a segue, he then introduces Shore, who comes out in due time. There is a pop of cheers as his music hits. Shore steps into the ring and makes himself at home by sitting down. Calloway joins him and gets straight to the point. He asks Shore a simple yet surprising question: "Who do you think is going to win at Slam-Mania?" Shore seems a little shocked that this is the big question. He laughs it off and answers that he will be the victor and not Calloway because no matter how much of a confidence act that Calloway decides to play on March 24, he knows that he is unable to beat the Dynamite Superstar. Calloway decides to stand up for his response. Perhaps feeling the need to follow suit, Shore does the same. The two exchange stares as the crowd is on edge. Just when it looks as if Calloway is set to respond, he whacks Shore with the microphone, sending a screech through the speakers that is met with a gasp in the audience. Mixed reactions rain down on Calloway as he stands over Shore.
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PostSubject: Re: Friday Night Crush Results   Sun Mar 24, 2013 11:07 pm


ECCW Crush Results — Friday, March 22, 2013 — Episode 194: Two More Days

The arena turns green as the pyro display hits, fireworks lighting up the stage. The fans are excited for another Friday night of action.

A recap of last week's episode of Crush is aired.

The commentators announce that the show's main event is set to be Will Williams and Peter Linch versus Twista XL and Omega.

Match 1: Keith Copeland defeated Trenton York by pinfall at 9:07.
Keith Copeland was able to pull out a big win over Trenton York with Ali Fernando looking on as a special guest commentator.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

Match 2: Ryan McKinnon defeated Alex Nova by pinfall at 8:58.
Two of Crush's most promising superstars did battle with Ryan McKinnon just coming out on top of Alex Nova.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Adam Jones. The interviewer asks about Jones' feelings about being left off the Slam-Mania card despite his recent increase in fan popularity. He says that he is not taking it personally and knows that match or no match, he will be at the pay-per-view and will be making his presence felt. Jones taps his Money in the Bank briefcase and says that besides, he can add himself to the card whenever he wants to.

A Slam-Mania hype video is aired, ending with the message: "2 DAYS."

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Another video showing Matthew Jericho working out in preparation for his match with Harry Jones at Slam-Mania is aired.

Match 3: Aaron Kennedy and Ryan Wright defeated Christopher Styles and Oliver Walker by pinfall (Kennedy over Walker) at 12:44.
The ECCW Tag Team Champions Aaron Kennedy and Ryan Wright conquered the Masterminds in a non-title match, Kennedy having successfully pinned Oliver Walker.

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

As the show returns from the break, a voice recites the following: "Once in a lifetime, you see something so massive that it changes the course of history. An event so significant that the world as you know it is not the same ever again. You asked to be a part of this world, this world of professional wrestling. Be careful of what you wish for. For this world you have entered will now be the nightmare you thought was a pleasant dream. The hard work you have done will have been for naught. Are you prepared to die in this world you've wanted?"



The commentators introduce a video package highlighting the careers of Cyrus Black, Jake Lyndon, and Sophie Mac, who will become the respective sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth inductees into the ECCW Hall of Fame as of tomorrow.

Match 4: Dustin Shore defeated Ali Fernando by pinfall at 16:14.
In one final preparation for Jarrett Calloway, Dustin Shore was able to put away Ali Fernando in due time to get the deserved victory. Keith Copeland, having won his match under Ali Fernando's supervision earlier in the night, was at ringside as a special guest commentator for the match.

A video showing Harry Jones' most recent training session is shown to provide a contrast to Matthew Jericho's.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators take the time to go through all nine of the scheduled Slam-Mania matches as match graphics for each are displayed on the screen along with the music of the Slam-Mania IV theme song.

Match 5: Twista XL and Omega defeated Will Williams and Peter Linch by pinfall (Twista over Linch) at 17:11.
In a long match of back and forth, the less popular of the two teams ended up with the win as Twista XL managed to cover Peter Linch to finish things up.

After the match, Will Williams stormed back into the ring after being tossed out during the match's finish. He goes for retribution because of the loss, clearly angry with both Twista XL and Omega. His attention seems to be centered on Twista, however. Not one to take a beating, Twista finds back enthusiastically. With Peter Linch on the outside, Omega feels the need to assist his partner, as he goes for a big boot on Williams, who ducks out of the way and causes Omega to run right into Twista, sending him to the mat. Williams gets the last laugh.
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PostSubject: Re: Friday Night Crush Results   Sun Apr 07, 2013 6:17 pm


ECCW Crush Results — Friday, March 29, 2013 — Episode 195: In the Books

The arena turns green as the pyro display hits, fireworks lighting up the stage. The fans are excited for another Friday night of action.

A recap of last Sunday's Slam-Mania IV is aired.

The show kicks off with the music of Matthew Jericho hitting. The crowd cheers for the ECCW CEO, most knowing full well why he is on Crush tonight. It is easy to tell that he is in a very serious mood. Once in the ring, he gets right to the point. He says that he intends to address the situation involving the Coalition and the ultimatum that they have presented. To refresh everyone's memory, Jericho directs the fans' attention to the big screen where a recap of Tyson Clay's promo from Monday Night Terror is aired. As it ends, Jericho says that he is not interested in playing these games with the Coalition. He says that he has always been one to fight fire with fire; while he believes that it would be possible to hire enough security to prevent the Coalition from causing too much hassle at each and every event, he'd rather save himself the trouble and rid ECCW of this tumor in a more immediate way. He says that he does not wish to provide them with contracts, but having seen no wrestling from the trio before, also does not think that they can defeat a super team that he intends to put together to battle them at Whiplash. He says that Dustin Shore and Adam Jones will pair up alongside a mystery team captain; come Whiplash, Jericho believes that the Coalition will be terminated for good.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 1: Alex Nova defeated Matthew Maddox by pinfall at 10:42.
Thanks to a successful briefcase grab in the Slam-Mania Feast or Fired match, Alex Nova is now the number one contender for the ECCW Legend's Championship. With a victory over the impressive Matthew Maddox, his momentum can continue.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with the current ECCW Legend's Champion Ali Fernando. He is asked about Alex Nova's victory and if he is at all concerned about when they meet for the title at Whiplash. Fernando says that he has defeated Nova in the past and will take no issue in doing the same thing yet again. He says that Nova is nowhere near his caliber and that will show come April 28th.

A Whiplash preview is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

The commentators announce that Matthew Jericho has placed Dustin Shore and Adam Jones in a match for later in the evening so that they can practice being a pair. They will face the established team of the Masterminds, Christopher Styles and Oliver Walker.

Match 2: Trenton York defeated Ricky Lackett by pinfall at 8:34.
Trenton York, who is looking to rebound back into enjoying some success in ECCW, scored a decisive win over Ricky Lackett.

The commentators discuss Matthew Jericho's bold decision earlier in the night, as he has opted to take the Coalition's challenge head on rather than trying to find an alternative solution to deal with the group. A replay of part of Jericho's promo is aired.

Jarrett Calloway is shown backstage, as it is noted that he will be speaking up next.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

The music of Jarrett Calloway hits and there are instant cheers to follow. Despite his questionable behavior as of late, the cheers never seem to leave him. He says that Slam-Mania was a fantastic night but at the same time, a very tough one. He says that his loss to Dustin Shore was beyond disappointing to him, but that it appears that Shore has moved on from it and again, he has not. Calloway then returns to the question of where he should go from here; what is next? He says that this entire ordeal has actually taught him a lesson and showed him a point. His career, he says, is not over. While the future remains a mystery, he says that when it is time for him to go, he will go victorious.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 3: Harry Jones defeated Christian Storm by pinfall at 13:51.
Fresh off his first ever Slam-Mania victory, Harry Jones was able to put away Christian Storm with an HKO in just under fourteen minutes.

The commentators announce that the match featuring Dustin Shore and Adam Jones is coming up next, to be followed by the main event match up between Twista XL and Ryan McKinnon with Will Williams guest refereeing.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

Match 4: Dustin Shore and Adam Jones defeated Christopher Styles and Oliver Walker by pinfall (Shore over Walker) at 14:06.
Proving that they can work together as an effective team, Dustin Shore and Adam Jones defeated Christopher Styles and Oliver Walker when Shore picked up a pinfall on nemesis Walker.

After the match, Dustin Shore and Adam Jones celebrate with the fans.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 5: Twista XL versus Ryan McKinnon ended in a no contest at 15:17.
During the match, both Twista XL and Ryan McKinnon turned on the guest referee Will Williams, attacking him in a brutal double team effort.
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PostSubject: Re: Friday Night Crush Results   Sat Apr 27, 2013 12:10 am


ECCW Crush Results — Friday, April 5, 2013 — Episode 196: A Numbers Game

The arena turns green as the pyro display hits, fireworks lighting up the stage. The fans are excited for another Friday night of action.

A recap of last week's episode of Crush is aired.

Will Williams opens up the show, the crowd cheering him on as he heads down to the ring. Carrying his ECCW World Championship as well as a microphone, Williams steps into the ring and begins to speak. He brings up the close of last week's show, where he was double teamed in an attack that he believes was a carefully planned plot all along. He says that Twista XL and Ryan McKinnon both knew that they were not going to actually fight to a finish; instead, they opted to assault the vulnerable referee that they both happen to despise. Williams says that he is not going to let it get to him. Instead, he will use it as motivation. He explains that all of Twista's and McKinnon's antics really get him angry and riled up, which he intends to take out on McKinnon at Whiplash anyway. It is at this point that the Crush General Manager Richie comes out. He tells Williams that he is glad he is handling it professionally but he wants to make it clear that he will not allow the situation to get out of hand. There will be a match between Williams and McKinnon at Whiplash and that is that, nothing more or less. In the meantime, he announces a tag team main event match between the team of Will Williams and Dustin Shore as well as Twista XL and Ryan McKinnon. Williams says that he appreciates the chance to get a bit of his anger out tonight.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 1: Omega defeated Christian Storm by pinfall at 10:36.
Former ECCW World Champion Omega looked strong in his victory over the slumping Christian Storm.

The commentators remind everyone of the big announcement that came earlier in the week that ECCW will be holding its twelfth supershow, ECCW Supershow XII, next month with a special "old school ECCW" theme. It will be taking place on Sunday, May 12, 2013.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Whiplash preview is aired.

Match 2: Harry Jones defeated Trenton York by pinfall at 14:22.
In one of the most impressive Crush matches in some time, Harry Jones continued his winning streak with a pinfall victory over the similarly-hated Trenton York.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Ryan McKinnon. The interviewer asks him if he has any ties with the Coalition. McKinnon is quick to shoot down this idea. He says that he is not at all associated with the group and never has been; everything they have done that appears to have benefited him is simply coincidence. However, he says that it should be noted that the Coalition has taken a liking to him and thinks that he is one of the brightest stars in the company, which McKinnon swears is totally true. So whether or not they end up helping him win the title is irrelevant to the fact that he is better than Will Williams and will walk out champion regardless, according to McKinnon.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

Match 3: Adam Jones defeated Christopher Styles (w/ Oliver Walker) by pinfall at 11:17.
Despite not having the opportunity to work with Dustin Shore this week, Adam Jones was able to keep the momentum in the tandem's favor with a win over the experienced Christopher Styles.

After the match, the ominous voice recording of Tyson Clay reading off his usual paragraph about the end of ECCW coming soon plays to taunt the victorious Adam Jones.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators run down the list of matches that have been announced so far for Whiplash, hyping up each individually.

Match 4: Matthew Maddox defeated Aaron Kennedy (w/ Ryan Wright) by pinfall at 8:16.
With Angel as a special guest commentator at ringside, the ECCW Tag Team Champions did not have the showing they would have hoped for, as Aaron Kennedy found himself falling victim to an impressive win on the part of Matthew Maddox.

After the match, Angel makes the announcement that on next week's episode of Crush, there will be an interpromotional battle royal to determine his tag team partner for his title match at Whiplash, since so many competitors have expressed an interest in the opportunity. The winner will get the spot.

The commentators remind everyone of tonight's big main event match featuring Dustin Shore and Will Williams teaming up against Ryan McKinnon and Twista XL.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators announce that ECCW's annual King of the Ring tournament will be returning in the summer.

Match 5: Ali Fernando defeated Peter Linch by pinfall at 12:06.
The ECCW Legend's Champion Ali Fernando won the match in dominant fashion, laying out Peter Linch despite a pretty close-fought bout.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 6: Ryan McKinnon and Twista XL defeated Dustin Shore and Will Williams by pinfall (McKinnon over Williams) at 15:29.
In what could be considered a shocking turn of events, Ryan McKinnon was able to pin the champion Will Williams for the one, two, three. He even seemed legitimately surprised after realizing that he had earned the win for his team.

After the match, Ryan McKinnon led Twista XL into initiating another brutal attack similar to the one that Will Williams suffered last week. However, with the odds evened out this time, Dustin Shore was able to aid Williams and fend off the challengers. That is until out of nowhere, the three men of the Coalition appeared and helped turn the situation into that of a five on two handicap match. The numbers game won.
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PostSubject: Re: Friday Night Crush Results   Sun Apr 28, 2013 1:49 am


ECCW Crush Results — Friday, April 12, 2013 — Episode 197: In His Own Right

The arena turns green as the pyro display hits, fireworks lighting up the stage. The fans are excited for another Friday night of action.

A recap of last week's episode of Crush is aired.

The show begins with Matthew Jericho being shown on the screen. He is cheered for a moment. He starts to speak when the applause stops. He says that Tyson Clay has been invited to appear on tonight's episode of Crush, but that he has been forced to promise that the rest of the Coalition will not be present. Clay has agreed to these terms, according to Jericho. The reasoning behind this appearance is the hope that there will be an explanation given for the actions of the Coalition in getting involved on recent Crush and Terror episodes. Jericho says he also wants to hear the group's official stance on Ryan McKinnon and find out once and for all if they are working with him, for him, or none of the above. Clay will be appearing later in the show to hopefully provide these answers.

Match 1: Peter Linch defeated Trenton York by pinfall at 11:55.
Peter Linch, coming off from a loss last week, was able to turn things around by defeating fellow veteran Trenton York.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

The commentators discuss ECCW Supershow XII, set to air on Sunday, May 12, 2013. The theme will be "old school ECCW."

Match 2: Keith Copeland defeated Sean Shamrock by pinfall at 8:22.
Keith Copeland impressed the fans and everyone else with his win over Sean Shamrock, which came via pinfall shortly after the eight minute mark.

Angel is shown walking backstage, as the commentators note that he will be joining them at ringside for the next match, which will be a battle royal announced last week. The winner will be Angel's tag team partner in the title match at Whiplash.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

An ECCW Draft preview is aired.

Angel's music hits as the crowd cheers him on. He slaps hands on the way down the ramp before wrapping around the ring and joining the commentators at ringside for the upcoming contest.

Match 3: Zack Horror won a battle royal by elimination at 11:21.
A former ECCW Tag Team Champion in his own right, Zack Horror earned the opportunity to call himself champion yet again with a victory in the battle royal, last eliminating Casey Anomaly.

Angel seems rather surprised at the previous match's result, but does not seem upset over it either. He applauds his new partner.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

An ECCW Supershow XII preview is aired.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Will Williams, the ECCW World Champion. He is asked whether or not Ryan McKinnon and the Coalition have something to do with one another. Williams says that there is no doubt in his mind that they absolutely do. In fact, he believes there may be even more that are being overlooked, such as Harry Jones or Twista XL. He says that there is a conspiracy brewing and he thinks that McKinnon is in the know of it all.

Match 4: Adam Jones and Alex Nova defeated Ali Fernando and Twista XL by pinfall (Jones over Fernando) at 14:44.
Adam Jones was about to get the pin on Ali Fernando to secure the victory and make a statement.

The commentators announce that Tyson Clay will be up next.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

Tyson Clay comes down to the ring with no accompaniment, surprisingly enough. The crowd lets him hear it regardless. He begins by saying that first and foremost, the Coalition has nothing to do with Ryan McKinnon. The Coalition respects Ryan McKinnon as a competitor and does truly believe him to be one of the company's best. Because of this, they would like to see him shine. However, that being said, according to Clay, the Coalition has not made any attempts up to this point to try and assist McKinnon in his way to the top. While they hope for a McKinnon victory at Whiplash, that cannot be guaranteed as of now, says Clay. He says that Stephen Jericho came up with a good idea that the Coalition agreed with; place Ryan McKinnon in tonight's main event and if he does not win, then the winner will be placed into the ECCW World Championship match at Whiplash. This will force McKinnon to be on the top of his game even without help from the Coalition. Moving on from this, Clay reasserts his usual point that the Coalition cannot be stopped by any security force or management decision. They will earn ECCW contracts at Whiplash and that is final. Once that happens, there will truly be no way to stop the Coalition and their fight to transform ECCW.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 5: Ryan McKinnon defeated Dustin Shore, Harry Jones, and Omega by pinfall (McKinnon over Shore) at 16:48.
Shockingly enough, Ryan McKinnon earned a win without any help whatsoever from the Coalition, refuting any rumors that he has to have them aiding him to win. He got a roll up on Dustin Shore in just under seventeen minutes. Because of this, his match for the ECCW World Championship at Whiplash will remain one on one.
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