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PostSubject: Monday Night Terror Results   Mon Feb 18, 2013 4:05 am

This is where all Monday Night Terror results will be posted.

To find results for shows before the Monday, February 18 edition, visit the ECCW Archives site.

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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:24 am


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, February 18, 2013 — Episode 90: Monumental Win

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

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

The music of Tim Tapout hits as the boos come almost instantaneously. He stomps his way to the ring, clearly frustrated. On a typical night, Tapout would be feeding off from the boos but on this night, they seem to be making him all the more angry. Once in the ring, he tells everyone to shut up, though it clearly does not work. As soon as he gives up trying, he starts to talk about what he calls the disgrace that was Heavy Metal. He says that something is too fishy about him being the last one eliminated in both the Royal Crumble match and the Terror Elimination Chamber match. He goes on to call Angel Rodriguez an illegitimate champion, undeserving of the honor of holding the ECCW Heavyweight Championship. Because of this opinion, he thinks that Robert Cairo should make him the official number one contender for the title at Slam-Mania. As his rambling continues, he begins to notice something. He feels his hair with his free hand and notices that it has turned red. He begins to look around him and eventually comes to the realization that ever so slowly, blood is dripping from the rafters. Visibly freaked, this seems to shut him up as he quickly exits the ring. Looking confused, he starts up the ramp backwards. Just then, the lights in the arena go out. When they come back on, Tapout is still on the run, about to disappear behind the curtain. That is when Zayten appears and tosses a bucket full of blood at the unsuspecting Tapout. In this, Zayten grabs the ECCW Pure Championship off from Tapout's shoulder, hurrying off with it. Tapout comes to and runs after him.

A Slam-Mania hype package is aired, ending with the message: "34 DAYS."

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 1: Daniel Evans defeated Justin Knight by pinfall at 10:42.
Daniel Evans, who has been trying to get back on track in ECCW, took another step in the right path by defeating Justin Knight. He is also in line for a shot at the ECCW Pure Championship.

After the match, Daniel Evans seems to be under the belief that he has not impressed enough. Due to this, he takes it upon himself to add insult to injury by attacking an already-defeated Justin Knight. The attack continues on until someone intervenes; that someone is Matt Brooks, who evens the odds and gets rid of Evans.

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 2: Aaron Kennedy and Ryan Wright defeated Roger Studley and Big Roy by pinfall (Kennedy over Studley) at 15:25.
The new ECCW Tag Team Champions Aaron Kennedy and Ryan Wright looked strong as a team throughout the match, dissecting the veteran team of Roger Studley and Big Roy.

After the match, the commentators announce that they have received word that Aaron Kennedy and Ryan Wright will have to defend the ECCW Tag Team Championships against the former champions Hassan and Abdullah on next week's episode of Terror. This will be their first title defense.

A graphic is shown on the screen showing Neville Ryan and William Davis IV on opposite sides of each other as the commentators announce that tonight's main event will be a match between the two. However, it will not just be any match. It will be a match with Slam-Mania implications; the winner will become the number one contender for the ECCW Heavyweight Championship and will go on to face Angel Rodriguez at the big event.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 3: Jayson St. Pierre defeated Diego Garza by pinfall at 6:48.
In a Doom rematch, Jayson St. Pierre had a repeat performance, not only defeating Diego Garza in decisive fashion, but also putting him away even quicker than he did initially.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Neville Ryan. The interviewer asks him about his thoughts about William Davis IV and their match tonight. Ryan asks the interviewer what kind of question that is. Ryan says that it is painfully obvious that he will be the one going on to headline Slam-Mania against Angel Rodriguez because he is the best bet on Terror. His talents are no secret he says; he has been there before and he will be there once more come March 24. In his mind, William Davis IV stands no chance.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A recap of Heavy Metal and its results is aired.

Match 4: Zayten defeated Rhys Hawkens by pinfall at 17:05.
Zayten, all along posing as the ECCW Pure Champion, brought the fight to Rhys Hawkens, ultimately scoring the pinfall victory.

After the match, Tim Tapout came running down the ramp in hopes of taking back his ECCW Pure title belt, which Zayten had placed in his corner of the ring throughout the match, keeping an eye on it. Zayten, who had already begun celebrating with it at ringside, notices Tapout rushing in his direction and hops over the security barricade, taunting Tapout with his own title before backing his way up the arena stairs with it in his possession.

A Friday Night Crush preview is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Monday Night Terror preview for next week is aired.

Match 5: William Davis IV defeated Neville Ryan by pinfall at 20:24.
In what could possibly be considered an upset win, William Davis IV pulled out all the stops and emerged victorious over Neville Ryan. With what is undoubtedly Davis' biggest win in his career so far, he is now Slam-Mania bound.

Atfer the match, the ECCW Heavyweight Champion Angel Rodriguez appeared on the stage, clapping for William Davis IV, perhaps with a speck of sarcasm.
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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:42 am


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, February 25, 2013 — Episode 91: Everybody Has a Price

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

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

The show gets started with the music of Neville Ryan hitting. The usual boos follow. He comes to the ring with a serious facial expression and an angry look. Once in the ring, he gets right to the point, saying that what happened in last week's Terror main event is a travesty. He demands that management give him another shot at getting into a Slam-Mania main event, declaring himself infinitely superior to William Davis IV and Angel Rodriguez both. Eventually, his rant is interrupted by Terror General Manager Robert Cairo, who tells him that enough is enough. Cairo insists that the result of last week's main event is final and Ryan will receive no other opportunity to earn a way into the ECCW Heavyweight Championship match at Slam-Mania. The crowd cheers Ryan's misfortune. However, Cairo says that Ryan may get a shot at the title shortly after that, as he will be one of the entrants into the traditional Feast or Fired match next month at the big event.

The commentators announce tonight's main event, Angel Rodriguez and a partner of his choice versus William Davis IV and a partner of his.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 1: Aaron Kennedy and Ryan Wright defeated Hassan and Abdullah by pinfall (Wright over Hassan) at 10:44.
The ECCW Tag Team Champions Aaron Kennedy and Ryan Wright shined in their victory over Hassan and Abdullah, the former champions who lost their titles to the current ones.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired. Afterwards, the commentators hype the main event ECCW Pure Championship match between Tim Tapout and Daniel Evans that will happen this Wednesday.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 2: Daniel Evans defeated Jayson St. Pierre by pinfall at 8:40.
Daniel Evans, the number one contender for the ECCW Pure Championship, emerged victorious over Jayson St. Pierre. Tim Tapout was at ringside as a special guest commentator for the match.

After the match, Tim Tapout stood and began to shout at Daniel Evans, who all but ignored Tapout and continued on with his victory celebration, knowing that it is getting to Tapout.

Backstage, William Davis IV is standing by with an interviewer as well as longtime friend and former ECCW superstar Coty Weston. The interviewer mentions the apparent fact that Davis has selected Weston, a former tag team buddy of his, as his partner for tonight's main event against Angel Rodriguez and his mystery partner. Davis says that regardless of who Rodriguez manages to get, his team will stand no chance against Fight Money.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage again, Angel Rodriguez is seen walking with his ECCW Heavyweight Championship when he is approached by a hurried Neville Ryan, whose intention becomes obvious very quickly. He begins to smooth talk Rodriguez into allowing him to be his tag partner later in the night, as he desperately wants revenge on William Davis IV for beating him last week. At first, Rodriguez is reluctant. He realizes that Ryan is trying to suck up for a yes response. However, after much thought, Rodriguez realizes that Ryan is fired up and has beef with one of his opponents in the match, so he finally accepts. He does warn Ryan not to screw anything up, however.

Match 3: Venom defeated Roger Studley (w/ Big Roy) by pinfall at 10:04.
While he put up a respectable fight, Roger Studley was no match for Venom, even with Big Roy in his corner.

After the match, Big Roy swooped into the ring and went in for the kill, attacking Venom. As Roger Studley began to come to, he realized what was happening and joined in on the assault. The segment ended with New Nation Zero hitting a tag team finisher on Venom and leaving him behind in the ring, apparently satisfied with their handiwork.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Slam-Mania hype video is aired, ending with the clear message: "27 DAYS."

Match 4: Surge defeated Rhys Hawkens by pinfall at 15:45.
In a match of the "crazies," Surge came out on top over Rhys Hawkens.

The commentators announce that the main event is coming up next, advising everyone to stay tuned.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

Match 5: William Davis IV and Coty Weston defeated Angel Rodriguez and Neville Ryan by pinfall (Davis over Rodriguez) at 17:01.
In a massive upset, William Davis IV picked up the pin on the ECCW Heavyweight Champion Angel Rodriguez, proving his claims of being able to defeat the champ decisively to be true.

After the match, both William Davis IV and Coty Weston decide to wear down the champion Angel Rodriguez even more, going on the attack, which was clearly planned in detail. Unexpectedly, Neville Ryan steps in and manages to pry Fight Money off from Rodriguez, sending them out of the ring. The crowd cheers as Ryan has performed an unexpected act of sportsmanship. As Rodriguez slowly makes it to his feet, Ryan stands by him as he glares at Fight Money, who are slowly retreating up the ramp. Rodriguez appears worn but calm, Ryan perhaps having had gained his trust. Just then, Ryan turns from Fight Money and towards Rodriguez, kneeing him in the gut and connecting with a Knightmare as the crowd lets him hear it. The end of show logo appears as Ryan smirks at Fight Money, who return the expression.
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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:42 pm


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, March 4, 2013 — Episode 92: For Monetary Gain

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

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

There is a burst of cheers emanating from the crowd as Angel Rodriguez's music hits, as the ECCW Heavyweight Champion himself comes out onto the stage. While the subject he intends to address is a serious one, he is not one to rip off the fans; he puts a smile on his face and slaps hands as he makes his way down the ramp. He enters the ring and references the Terror recap that was just shown. He says that he was put into a situation last week where he was fooled into thinking that he was entering a tag team match when in reality, he was getting himself into a three on one handicap match. He has no doubt in his mind that William Davis IV and Coty Weston planned their attack ahead of time and likewise, there is no doubt that Neville Ryan was in on it as well. "Everybody's got a price," he says; but he also adds that Ryan's must be pretty low because Davis, as much as he wants to portray the rich persona, could only wish he was getting the champion's salary that Rodriguez is pulling in. All this talk of money leads to the inevitable interruption from Davis himself, who comes out onto the stage with Coty Weston behind him. He is carrying a sack in his hand. He tells Rodriguez that he is far richer, regardless of salary, because of his own personal wealth. Besides, Davis says that he intends to take the ECCW Heavyweight Championship from Rodriguez and with it his champion's salary.

The commentators announce that tonight's main event will be Angel Rodriguez versus Neville Ryan.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators announce a running poll on ECCW.com asking who the fans think will win in tonight's main event.

Match 1: Matt Brooks defeated Jayson St. Pierre by pinfall at 8:04.
Matt Brooks was able to pull out all the stops and earn an important win over Jayson St. Pierre; there is still time left to impress for Slam-Mania, though the window is quickly closing.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 2: Casey Anomaly defeated Rhys Hawkens by pinfall at 13:55.
Unable to break out of his recent slump, Rhys Hawkens fell to Casey Anomaly in a reasonable amount of time. Both will have a chance to turn things around at Slam-Mania in the annual Feast or Fired match.

A Slam-Mania hype video is aired; it ends with the message: "20 DAYS."

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Daniel Evans, who just fell short of winning the ECCW Pure Championship on last week's edition of Doom. The interviewer asks if the loss has discouraged him in any way and how he hopes to bounce back from it. Evans says that he really thought that he had it won but apparently did not. He refuses to pretend that he did not lose cleanly. Regardless, Evans says that he will be doing anything he can to ensure that he will be at Slam-Mania; after appearing in a world title match at last year's event, he cannot accept anything less than making it back on the card.

Match 3: Tim Tapout and Roger Studley (w/ Big Roy) defeated Zayten and Aaron Kennedy (w/ Ryan Wright) by pinfall (Tapout over Kennedy) at 11:39.
The ECCW Pure Champion stood tall as he was able to pin one half of the ECCW Tag Team Champions Aaron Kennedy in order to secure the victory for his team.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A recap of the three ECCW Hall of Fame inductees for the class of 2013 is aired, highlighting career-defining moments from Cyrus Black, Jake Lyndon, and Sophie Mac.

The commentators announce that the ECCW.com poll on tonight's main event has closed and the results are 61% Angel Rodriguez, 39% Neville Ryan.

Match 4: Venom defeated Hassan (w/ Abdullah) by pinfall at 6:06.
In the shortest match of the evening, also featuring two Feast or Fired participants, Venom put away Hassan, one half of the Middle Eastern Alliance, in just over six minutes.

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 5: Angel Rodriguez defeated Neville Ryan by pinfall at 18:40.
The ECCW fans who voted Angel Rodriguez as the winner over Neville Ryan were correct; he won it in stunning style, exacting revenge on Ryan for his attack last week.

After the match, Angel Rodriguez began his post-match celebration with the ECCW Heavyweight Championship. Neville Ryan was down and out throughout the celebration, but that did not stop William Davis IV and Coty Weston from making their presences felt. Rodriguez was interrupted by Davis, who stormed into the ring and went on the attack. Somehow, Rodriguez managed to fight him off and get the better of him, that is, until Weston slipped into the ring and overpowered the champion, bringing him down to the mat and therefore allowing both members of Fight Money to resume their savage attack from last week's show. Once they feel that their job is done, they leave Rodriguez in the ring, satisfied with their handiwork.
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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:14 pm


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, March 11, 2013 — Episode 93: Signing Off

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

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

Angel Rodriguez kicks off the show, coming out to a positive reaction from the fans. He hoists his ECCW Heavyweight Championship into the air, perhaps tighter than ever before, as it will be put on the line in just thirteen short days at the biggest event on the ECCW calendar. He enters the ring and gets right to the point, calling out William Davis and Coty Weston, the two that have been teaming up to attack him behind his back as of late. Rodriguez says that Davis will not have the luxury of the element of surprise come Slam-Mania; he will have to face the champ face to face like a man. With that being said, Rodriguez suggests that Davis get used to it and come and try to attack him right then and there. At this point, Terror General Manager Robert Cairo comes out, which seems to annoy Rodriguez. Cairo says that this is Terror, not Slam-Mania. He will not allow any further physical contact between now and Slam-Mania between Rodriguez, Davis, or Weston. He ensures Rodriguez that he is planning for a fair fight at Slam-Mania and has banned Weston from ringside for that match. But since that was a favor for Rodriguez, he says that he felt obligated to do one for Davis as well; Davis' request was a simple one: if Rodriguez loses at Slam-Mania, he will then become contractually obligated to serve Davis in any and all capacities for the remainder of the contract. In other words, Rodriguez would then be forced to be Davis' associate - or perhaps lackey - for an indefinite period of time. Cairo says that Rodriguez has some time to think; there will be a contract signing later in the night with this stipulation in the contract.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 1: Matt Brooks defeated Big Roy (w/ Roger Studley) by pinfall at 10:16.
With Matt Brooks' Slam-Mania opponent looking on, he was able to pick up a decisive pinfall victory over Big Roy.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

The commentators review the Slam-Mania match card, accompanied by the on-screen graphics for the nine matches, illustrating their descriptions.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage, Angel Rodriguez is shown sitting in the locker room, in a visible state of thought, obviously thinking long and hard over the repercussions of signing the contract later tonight.

Match 2: Aaron Kennedy (w/ Ryan Wright) defeated Jayson St. Pierre by pinfall at 8:44.
Aaron Kennedy, one half of the ECCW Tag Team Champions, was able to put Jayson St. Pierre away in an efficient way in the night's second shortest match.

A recap of the three ECCW Hall of Fame inductees for the class of 2013 is aired, highlighting career-defining moments from Cyrus Black, Jake Lyndon, and Sophie Mac.

The cameras show a glimpse of William Davis IV standing backstage alongside Coty Weston. They are talking to a cameraman and an interviewer, as the commentators announce that an interview with the number one contender will commence after the break.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage again, the interview with William Davis IV is ready to begin. Davis is holding the sack that he was holding last week again. The interviewer asks Davis about the contract signing later in the night, wondering if the two will be able to abide by Robert Cairo's additional rule of no physical contact. Davis responds by saying that he has self control and is more than happy to listen to Cairo's orders and lay off on any attacks in the next two weeks leading up to Slam-Mania. He says that he can only hope that Angel Rodriguez will follow suit. The interviewer then asks him why he wants Rodriguez's contract; why is he interested in a "servant?" Davis says that he does not like that word, but that he simply found that to be the best way to exact retribution on Rodriguez. He sends a direct message to Rodriguez: that he will see him later tonight.

Match 3: Angel won a 15-man battle royal featuring the Slam-Mania Feast or Fired match participants at 9:05.
In an impressive victory, Angel last eliminated Venom to secure dominance over his fourteen opponents.

After the match, Angel and the rest of the superstars remaining at ringside were startled by the emanation of the now-familiar voice and music of a mystery man referencing ECCW's end: "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?"



COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Slam-Mania hype video package is aired, ending with the message: "13 DAYS."

Match 4: Zayten defeated a local competitor by submission at 5:55.
In what looked to be an easy win, Zayten, currently the number one contender for the ECCW Pure Championship, rubbed it in to Tim Tapout by winning via submission. Tapout was at ringside as a special guest commentator for the match.

After the match, Tapout grabbed a microphone and began to sarcastically applaud Zayten, the victor. He says that he is so proud of Zayten for making his opponent tap out, but that he should not be too proud because after all, it was just a jobber. According to the champion, Zayten could never make Tapout submit. He then takes this opportunity to announce that next week, both Tapout and Zayten will be able to choose the other's opponent. The catch is that both matches will be submission matches.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

Match 5: Adam Jones defeated Dan Maskell by pinfall at 16:46.
In what was one of the few Dan Maskell appearances of the new year, the new ECCW Television Champion Adam Jones was able to knock off the Hall of Fame Heretic.

The commentators announce that the contract signing between Angel Rodriguez and William Davis IV is next.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Robert Cairo is already in the ring as the show returns from the break. He announces that the contract signing is about to be underway. He first introduces the challenger William Davis IV, who comes out all suited up. Again, he is holding the sack. Coty Weston is by his side for encouragement. Once he gets settled, he shakes Cairo's hand, as does Weston. Angel Rodriguez is next to come out. The crowd reaction could not be any more different between the two men. Rodriguez shakes Cairo's hand and takes a seat at the opposite end of the table. Cairo reviews the match and its proposed stipulations: Davis will not be allowed to have anyone in his corner for the match, while Rodriguez will be putting ownership of his contract on the line on top of the ECCW Heavyweight title. Davis is the first to sign. He does so without any resistance or complaint, though he has a big smirk on his face the whole time. Rodriguez is much more concerned, on the other hand. He looks to the crowd for some insight as mixed reactions come his way when the contract is passed to his end of the table. He then asks Cairo what would happen if he didn't sign. As Cairo begins to reply, he is cut off by Davis, who says that what would happen is that the fans would lose all respect for him as a competitor for turning down a real challenge. This seems to provoke some thought on Rodriguez's part. Davis says that people will look at him as a failure of a champion, someone unwilling to risk it all at Slam-Mania, the grandest stage of them all. With there seeming to be no end to the rambling, Rodriguez shuts Davis up and says alright. The grin on Davis' face grows even bigger as Rodriguez's facial expression turns downright nasty. Cairo then announces that the match is official as Weston claps from beside the table. The camera pans back and forth as the two men stare each other down to end the show.
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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:48 am


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, March 18, 2013 — Episode 94: Terror-fyingly Close

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

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

Match 1: Tim Tapout defeated Venom by pinfall at 12:32.
The action started immediately with a match between the ECCW Pure Champion Tim Tapout and Venom. Tapout, despite trying, could not get Venom to tap out. He settled for a pinfall victory nonetheless. Zayten chose Tapout's opponent.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage, Angel Rodriguez is shown standing in Terror General Manager Robert Cairo's office. He looks to be airing his concerns about all of the added stipulations to his match against William Davis IV at Slam-Mania. Cairo seems to be listening and reassuring. Just then, Davis walks into the office behind Rodriguez. Coty Weston is by his side. He slaps Rodriguez on the back and asks him how he is feeling. Of course, there is no response given. Davis looks at Weston and then back at Rodriguez, glancing at Cairo once before deciding to leave the office. Despite hardly speaking, he managed to remind Rodriguez of all his troubles.

Match 2: Neville Ryan defeated Surge by pinfall at 14:56.
The fans were going crazy as they watched all of the action between Neville Ryan and Surge unfold right before their eyes. Ryan managed to get the narrow victory.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

As the show returns from the break, the lights in the arena go dark. There is a quiet roar in the crowd, though most expect what is coming next: the emergence of the now-familiar voice and the ominous music. 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?"



Match 3: Roger Studley (w/ Big Roy) defeated Ryan Wright (w/ Aaron Kennedy) by pinfall at 8:18.
With Matt Brooks watching intently as a special guest commentator, Roger Studley was able to impress with a win over Ryan Wright.

A Slam-Mania hype video is aired, ending with the message: "6 DAYS."

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A video package highlighting the careers of Cyrus Black, Jake Lyndon, and Sophie Mac is aired. They will be inducted into the ECCW Hall of Fame as members of the 2013 class on Saturday, March 23. Following this date, there will be a total of eighteen superstars holding the prestigious honor of induction.

Zayten makes his way down the ramp and into the ring. Once there, everyone is given a glimpse of a backstage hallway where Tim Tapout is standing to make the announcement that Zayten's opponent - or rather opponents - will be Hassan and Abdullah, the Middle Eastern Alliance.

Match 3: Hassan and Abdullah defeated Zayten in a 2-on-1 handicap match by pinfall (Hassan over Zayten) at 11:35.
The numbers game eventually caught up to Zayten, who was down for the three upon being covered by Hassan.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with William Davis IV and Coty Weston. The interviewer begs the question of what exactly is in the sack that Davis has been dragging around for weeks now. Suspiciously, Davis seems to have no problem sharing its contents, as he opens it up immediately after the question is asked and reaches into it. He digs around and pulls his hand back out, which is filled with a wad of $100 bills. Davis says that he has decided to start carrying around a chunk of his stash every week just to "remind" everyone around him of his fortune and their misfortune. He says that most of the imbeciles in the audience don't even carry a single $100 bill on them yet he is able to drag along an entire bundle. To sum things up, he says that this bundle will be growing even larger in just six days when he cashes in on the champions' salary he so desperately wants from Angel Rodriguez.

Match 4: Rhys Hawkens defeated Casey Anomaly by pinfall at 11:59.
Having lost to Casey Anomaly two short weeks ago on Terror, Rhys Hawkens was seeking retribution and it is exactly what he got. This victory certainly helps his narrative of turning his fortunes around.

The commentators review all nine of the scheduled Slam-Mania matches.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

As the cameras show Robert Cairo's office yet again, everyone is able to see Daniel Evans enter. He pleads with the GM to find a spot on the Slam-Mania card for him, stating that he has done everything he possibly can to impress management enough for an opportunity and has not been properly noticed. Cairo tells him that he is afraid that it is too little, too late for Evans. However, to make it up to him for his efforts, Cairo says that he will give Evans a special role of Slam-Mania host.

Match 5: Angel Rodriguez defeated Coty Weston (w/ William Davis IV) by pinfall at 16:40.
Angel Rodriguez was able to send a definitive, last minute message to William Davis IV by beating his "lackey" Coty Weston fair and square. At least in that moment, Rodriguez must have felt better about his chances for Slam-Mania.
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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:43 pm


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, March 25, 2013 — Episode 95: Slam-Mania IV Fallout

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

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

The music of Angel Rodriguez hits as the reigning and defending ECCW Heavyweight Champion makes his way down to the ring as the crowd cheers him on. He is clearly flaunting the title belt and rightfully so. He steps into the ring and takes a minute to allow the crowd to calm down. He mentions what an awesome night Slam-Mania IV was. Not only did he manage to retain the ECCW Heavyweight Championship and his championship salary, but also his dignity, as he will not be contractually required to work for William Davis IV after all. With Slam-Mania now behind him, he says that he is now looking ahead to brighter days and new challenges; it is at this line where Davis interrupts. Looking annoyed, Davis makes his way down the ramp ever so slowly, but with Coty Weston by his side. Davis says that Rodriguez's win last night was nothing more than a fluke, but also that his post-match actions were far from acceptable. He contends that if Rodriguez really wants to let the past be the past and allow for new challenges, he should not have tried rubbing it in to Davis; he should not have dumped his own personal money all over the ringside area. As if the rivalry was not already personal enough, it just got worse, according to Davis. He says that he has already taken the liberty of speaking with General Manager Robert Cairo, who has promised him another chance at the title given that he wins his match later tonight. With that being said, Davis provides a stern warning to Rodriguez and leaves him there in the ring.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 1: Roger Studley (w/ Big Roy) defeated Daniel Evans by pinfall at 10:08.
The Slam-Mania IV host Daniel Evans could not get it done in his return to the ring against Roger Studley.

Rhys Hawkens is backstage with an interviewer, who announces that Robert Cairo has granted Hawkens a small period of time to say his goodbyes, having gotten fired as a result of obtaining the Feast or Fired briefcase containing the pink slip last night at Slam-Mania. Hawkens said that it just is not right that it had to be him, but that he will accept it one way or another. He does make a promise however, and that is that he will be back one day and it will be with a vengeance.

A Monday Night Terror recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators discuss the upcoming pay-per-view event, Whiplash. They talk about its history and how it has grown to become the pay-per-view where new rivalries are formed and old ones come to a head.

The lights in the arena dim as the now familiar tune of "The World I Wanted" comes on. Boos follow instantly. This time though, instead of the voice, an actual man comes out onto the stage. He introduces himself as Tyson Clay before continuing.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 2: Matt Brooks defeated Jayson St. Pierre by pinfall at 8:44.
Matt Brooks continued to impress, hot off a big Slam-Mania win over Roger Studley. This time, it was Jayson St. Pierre who fell victim to the rising star.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage, William Davis IV and Coty Weston are seen training together. The commentators remind those watching of tonight's main event, which includes Davis. If he wishes to become the number one contender for the ECCW Heavyweight Championship yet again, he must win.

Match 3: Neville Ryan defeated Justin Knight by pinfall at 9:05.
The youngster Justin Knight did not stand a chance against Neville Ryan, despite the fact that he put up a valiant effort.

The commentators announce that they have received word that Matthew Jericho will be live on Friday Night Crush later this week to address the situation involving the Coalition.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

Match 4: Venom defeated Tim Tapout by pinfall at 14:26.
During the match, Zayten tried to come out and mischievously distract Tim Tapout, which seemed like it was in the process of working until the referee stepped in and immediately banned Zayten from ringside. However, this still allowed for Venom to come up from behind Tapout and finish him off.

After the match, Tapout slipped out of the ring to avoid any further confrontation with Venom before angrily glaring up the ramp at Zayten, who jokingly tried to portray himself as an innocent bystander.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

William Davis IV comes out to the ring alongside Coty Weston before his match. He picks up a microphone and reminds everyone that if he can pull out win, then he will get another shot at Angel Rodriguez, this time at Whiplash. While he is grateful that Robert Cairo has provided him this opportunity, he says that he is equally upset that he has not been told who his opponent is. And with that, he demands that that person come on down. Robert Cairo comes out onto the stage and says that he never spoiled it because he wanted everyone - including Davis - to be surprised. And with that, he introduces Davis' opponent: brand new ECCW Hall of Famer Jake Lyndon!

Match 5: William Davis IV (w/ Coty Weston) defeated Jake Lyndon by pinfall at 19:01.
In a phenomenal match, William Davis IV was just barely able to outlast one of ECCW's newest Hall of Famers Jake Lyndon. With this victory, he is now the number one contender for the ECCW Heavyweight Championship ... again.

After the match, William Davis IV invited Coty Weston into the ring to help him beat Jake Lyndon down. Weston obliges of course, but they are soon met with resistance. Angel Rodriguez hurries down the ramp and provides Lyndon with some assistance. Together, they overcome the odds and manage to outdo Fight Money.
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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Thu Apr 18, 2013 12:44 am


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, April 1, 2013 — Episode 96: Pure Ejection

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

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

William Davis IV kicks off the show by coming down to the ring with Coty Weston by his side. Both men are carrying microphones, which the crowd is bound to hate. They get into the ring and appear to be in good spirits. Davis starts to joke about how easy it was defeating ECCW Hall of Famer Jake Lyndon on last week's episode of Terror. Weston plays along and joins in on the trash talk. It is not long at all before the conversation turns to Angel Rodriguez, the ECCW Heavyweight Champion. Weston says that Rodriguez is no Lyndon and therefore it should be even easier for Davis to beat him at Whiplash. Davis wholeheartedly agrees. The back and forth bashing comes to a halt as Angel Rodriguez interrupts and begs the question: if he is so easy to defeat, why didn't he lose the title to Davis at Slam-Mania? Fight Money does not seem to have a direct answer, but Davis assures Rodriguez that April 28 will be a much different day and that Rodriguez better believe it.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 1: Roger Studley (w/ Big Roy) defeated Zayten, Justin Knight, and Daniel Evans by pinfall (Studley over Evans) at 12:46.
Roger Studley emerged victorious in the fatal four way by pinning Daniel Evans, securing him the title of number one contender to the ECCW Pure Championship.

After the match, Matt Brooks comes out onto the stage with a microphone in hand. He says that he will be ignored no longer; he does not believe that some of the people that Robert Cairo and his management team decided to place into contention for the title are very good picks. He says that if anyone should be getting a shot at the ECCW Pure title, it's him. Before he can even continue to elaborate on why, Tim Tapout interrupts. He slings the championship over his shoulder and cockily walks up to Brooks. He gets in Brooks' face and tells him no. With no more words spoken, Robert Cairo is the next to walk out onto the stage. He says that Studley is the number one contender and that cannot be changed. However, if Brooks truly believes that he is good enough to get into the running for the title, then he will have an opportunity of his own. Cairo says that if Brooks is able to defeat Neville Ryan later in the night, he will be entered into the ECCW Pure Championship match at Whiplash. Brooks is satisfied; Tapout is not.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

Match 2: Surge defeated Jayson St. Pierre by pinfall at 8:14.
The crowd was happy to see Surge and even happier to see him score a pinfall victory over the vastly disliked Jayson St. Pierre.

A mysterious video package is aired as the voice of who is now known as Tyson Clay repeats his usual paragraph regarding the end of ECCW.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators make an exciting announcement: ECCW has officially announced when its twelfth supershow will take place. ECCW's Supershow XII will happen on Sunday, May 12. It will have a special theme of "old school ECCW."

Match 3: William Davis IV and Coty Weston defeated Aaron Kennedy and Ryan Wright by pinfall (Davis over Wright) at 10:11.
The ECCW Tag Team Champions fell victim to Fight Money as the devious William Davis IV was able to add to his ever-growing ego by defeating Ryan Wright.

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with ECCW Heavyweight Champion Angel Rodriguez. He asks what Rodriguez thinks William Davis IV meant earlier and why he seems to be so confident that the second match between the two will be so drastically different than the first. Rodriguez says that he does not know what is running through Davis' mind but he is fairly sure that he has something up his sleeve and it is most likely something dirty and underhanded. Rodriguez says that he will come prepared on April 28 because he knows this. Before finishing the interview up, Rodriguez says that he will come to Davis next week with a challenge for their match.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Whiplash preview is aired.

Match 4: Venom defeated Diego Garza by pinfall at 6:05.
In another pretty short match, Venom dominated his opponent Diego Garza and ended things with a Chokeslam.

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 5: Matt Brooks defeated Neville Ryan by pinfall at 16:18.
While Neville Ryan put up the fight of his life, Matt Brooks prevailed and as a result, got himself inserted into the ECCW Pure Championship race. During the match, Tim Tapout came down to the ring in an attempt to distract Brooks from gaining momentum but Brooks foiled his plans and the referee eventually ejected him for his actions.

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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Sat Apr 27, 2013 5:10 pm


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, April 8, 2013 — Episode 97: Put Up or Shut Up

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

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

For the second straight week, William Davis IV opens up the show. He is followed to the ring by Fight Money partner Coty Weston. Both of them have microphones. Weston starts the talking, giving the usual spiel about how worthless Angel Rodriguez is as a champion. As soon as the talking turns over to Davis, Angel Rodriguez interrupts. He says that he is not interested in hearing any further talk from either side. He has already beaten Davis at Slam-Mania IV and will do it once again at Whiplash. However, he says that he does not quite understand why Weston thinks there is so much room to talk for him either; this leads to a challenge being made by Rodriguez to Weston. He says that he will have a chance to put his money where his mouth is tonight if he agrees to a match without Davis at ringside. The challenge is accepted, though Davis looks to be a little concerned that he is not at all involved.

The commentators run down a couple of the announced matches for tonight's show. These include a match between ECCW Pure Championship contenders Matt Brooks and Roger Studley with Tim Tapout as the special guest referee and the already-revealed non-title match between Angel Rodriguez and Coty Weston.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators announce that the annual ECCW Draft will be taking place at a special time this year, as it will take place on the May 10th episode of Friday Night Crush. This year, all superstars, for the first time ever including champions, will be eligible to be drafted. No one will be safe from the mystery of the ECCW Draft.

Match 1: Daniel Evans defeated Abdullah (w/ Hassan) by pinfall at 8:02.
The 2012 Royal Crumble winner Daniel Evans secured another win, this time over Abdullah, one half of the Middle Eastern Alliance.

A Whiplash preview is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Match 2: Neville Ryan defeated Justin Knight by pinfall at 7:23.
Last year's King of the Ring Neville Ryan scored a decisive victory over rookie Justin Knight, who is still seeking his moment to make a name for himself.

The commentators state that the annual King of the Ring tournament will be returning to ECCW this summer.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage, an interviewer is standing by with Terror General Manager Robert Cairo. The interviewer brings up the fact that ECCW management has been on the lookout for any extreme behavior on the part of the Coalition, which leads into the question of what precautions Cairo has taken to make sure that tonight's Terror and future editions have been set up to prevent any unnecessary interruptions from the group. Cairo says that security has been upped, despite the Coalition's claims that they can override the company-hired security. He says that last Friday's Crush is an example of what may happen if they are allowed to intervene in match happenings. He says that he wants them out of everyone's business unless it is decided that they are to be booked on the show. Tonight they are not; therefore, he wants them out.

Match 3: Roger Studley defeated Matt Brooks by pinfall at 13:55.
During the match, special guest referee Tim Tapout was accidentally knocked out of the ring by Matt Brooks, which prompted Roger Studley to begin an underhanded attack with a steel chair he picked up from under the ring. The commentators contest whether or not Tapout actually saw the attack, but he is quick to get back and reenter the ring. He calmly tells Studley to drop the chair, but instead, Studley hits Brooks with it yet again. Instead of calling for a disqualification, Tapout seems to allow it before taking the chair and tossing it aside before counting a pin.

The fans boo the roof off the building at Tim Tapout's poor officiating while Roger Studley and Big Roy celebrate together. After they exit the ring, Tapout picks up the steel chair from earlier in the match and puts Matt Brooks' leg through it before applying an excruciating ankle lock.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

Match 4: Zayten defeated Dan Maskell by pinfall at 12:56.
In a great match, Zayten, one of ECCW's fastest rising stars in history, was able to best Hall of Famer Dan Maskell in just under thirteen minutes.

Backstage, Casey Anomaly is watching a monitor which is showing a feed of the match that just took place. He seems impressed. Just then, all three members of the Coalition come up from behind him and attack. Perhaps fed up with it all, an apparently nearby team of Surge and Venom approach the attack scene and manage to send the Coalition packing. They tend to Anomaly afterwards.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators recap the events that have just taken place before the break before reminding everyone to save the date of Sunday, May 12, 2013 on their calendars. That will be the day that ECCW Supershow XII will be happening, following a special theme of "old school ECCW."

Match 5: Angel Rodriguez defeated Coty Weston by pinfall at 14:16.
The ECCW Heavyweight Champion Angel Rodriguez had a fantastic showing against a still-impressive Coty Weston.
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PostSubject: Re: Monday Night Terror Results   Sun Apr 28, 2013 5:50 pm


ECCW Terror Results — Monday, April 15, 2013 — Episode 98: More Strength in Numbers

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

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

The music of Terror General Manager Robert Cairo hits, signaling that he will be kicking off the show with some words. He is mostly cheered on his way to the ring, though there are some jeering fans. He gets into the ring and begins to speak. Of course, he discusses the Coalition, the group that has taken ECCW by storm and has demanded management produce ironclad contracts for them. Cairo says that he would rather not see them signed to full time contracts, and while they will enter the Crush brand if they should win at Whiplash, ECCW superstars are allowed to appear on all shows, which means that Terror is not much safer even then. Because of this, he says that he has taken his concerns to Matthew Jericho, begging that he rethink his decision of allowing them to compete at Whiplash for contracts. He says that Jericho managed to reassure him that the team he has assembled will oust the Coalition before any real damage can be done. This brings Cairo to his next concern. "Who is to say that the Coalition will do as they say and leave ECCW for good if they should lose at Whiplash?" Cairo says that he has not yet heard an appropriate response to this question and it continues to haunt him. He says that if they do not stay true to their word, he is not sure if he can continue with his job as General Manager. At that moment, the Coalition's music hits and they appear in the crowd, descending the stairs, en route to the ringside area. Immediately, Roger Studley and Big Roy emerge from the backstage area, obviously standing by as backup. Cairo hurriedly calls for more. By the time the Coalition hops the barricade, several more ECCW superstars and security personnel have joined Cairo in the ring. They peacefully exit up the ramp, though this just gained them access into the backstage area once again.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Robert Cairo is sitting in his office, which appears to be heavily guarded. He tells some security staff to locate the three men of the Coalition as soon as possible and get them out of the arena immediately after their capture.

Match 1: Zack Horror (w/ Angel) defeated Ryan Wright (w/ Aaron Kennedy) by pinfall at 9:07.
With the contenders for the ECCW Tag Team Championships now known, this was a big win for Zack Horror, who was able to get the best of one half of the current champions, Ryan Wright.

An ECCW Draft preview is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

The commentators acknowledge the fact that Robert Cairo has sent six security guards to be posted at the ringside area for the remainder of the show. One at each barricade corner as well as two on the stage. This is a heightened security measure to attempt to prevent any interruption from the Coalition for the remainder of the night.

Match 2: Tim Tapout defeated two local competitors in a handicap match by submission at 7:15.
Apparently under the impression that defeating two local jobbers would prove a point, Tim Tapout won the match that he asked management for. In the meantime, the commentators announce that Matt Brooks will square off against a more difficult opponent later on in Neville Ryan.

A Wednesday Night Doom recap is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

Backstage, Robert Cairo is shown demanding a status update on the search for any members of the Coalition. He is disappointed to hear that no one out of the ordinary has been found backstage at all.

Match 3: Venom defeated Jayson St. Pierre by pinfall at 8:04.
The dominant Venom showed that he still has what it takes to demolish his opponents in a decisive victory over Jayson St. Pierre.

The commentators take some time to discuss the King of the Ring tournament, an annual occurrence in ECCW that will be returning this summer. They also mention the successes of past Kings, including Jarrett Calloway, Will Williams, Harry Jones, and Neville Ryan.

Match 4: Matt Brooks defeated Neville Ryan by pinfall at 12:56.
King Neville Ryan fell to Matt Brooks, who in his victory may have made an even bolder point than Tim Tapout with such a major win.

A Whiplash preview is aired.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

An ECCW Supershow XII preview is aired, this time featuring bits and pieces of dialogue from some of ECCW's greatest superstars, talking about how it was and how it is to be in the company.

The bell rings for another match, which is apparently scheduled to involve Zayten, who comes out first. The fans give him a positive reception as he makes his way towards the ramp. About halfway down, someone, initially believed to be a fan, hops over the barricade and lunges himself at Zayten, spearing him down to the hard metal landing. It is soon realized that this man is Tyson Clay, who has apparently found a way back into the crowd and seized the opportunity to take out a competitor in the one part of the ringside area without security overwatch: the ramp. The guards act quickly, moving fast to capture Clay, which they do. The other members of the Coalition are nowhere to be seen though.

COMMERCIAL BREAK

A Friday Night Crush recap is aired.

A recap of the events that just occurred prior to the break is aired.

As if there wasn't already enough security, the commentators note that two more guards have been posted alongside the ramp, adding to the ringside total and making it eight for the main event.

Match 5: William Davis IV and Coty Weston defeated Angel Rodriguez and Casey Anomaly by pinfall (Davis over Anomaly) at 18:08.
Proving that they are extremely effective when competing together, William Davis IV and Coty Weston were victorious in the main event match, besting a battle-tested team of two ECCW veterans, Angel Rodriguez and Casey Anomaly.
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