An upstart promotion in the region of Whiterock Valley, Desert Pro Wrestling is committed to showcasing wrestlers from all across the world who can somehow work in the extreme heat. Wrestlers have to be wary of taking bumps to the outside, else they get burnt in 300 degree sand, powered by the intense rays of the sun.
The sun is showing off it's illustrious heat, as we get ready to crown our first ever King of the Desert Champion. The winner of the King of the Desert Tournament will also become the first ever Desert Pro World champion. 8 of the top contestants are ready to do battle to etch their name into the annals of history, and become the champion.
Giant The Cement vs. Windex Rider, Quick Kick Nick and Matthew Clark - Was there any doubt on who would walk away with the win in this heavily lopsided matchup? Sure, the trio could have handled themselves, but against the monster known as Giant The Cement, who's so fat that he practically qualifies as 8 people, they had no chance. Props to Windex Rider for dying off a botched leapfrog.
Kay Thorsten vs. Brendan Byrne - In a close matchup, the might and will of Brendan Byrne beat out the sheer power of multiple headbutts from Kay Thorsten in order to pull out the win with the Sword of Damocles
The Tyrant vs. Boston Crab - The Tyrant breezed through the Boston Crab in very convincing order; almost as if the match never happened. The Northern Lights Bomb came quick, and so did the match afterwards.
Fatal Four Way - Truly a chaotic match, with all four men looking like contenders. At the end of this match, it would be Keith Greyson who pulls out the win, outlasting Hiroki Sumimasen, Ricky La Couver, and finally pinning Warhog after the Super Star Elbow Drop.
The Magician vs. May Christian Snetterington III - Arguably the longest bout of the tournament, both men left it all in the ring, however, it'd end up being MCS3 who would progress after an out-of-nowhere Backslide.
Snickers MAX vs. Hiko Soujirou - Snickers MAX was off his game, whether it be because of there being no Snickers stuff in site, or whether the extreme heat melted him, but he was no match for Hiko, who stunningly beat him with a German Suplex.
The Awoo Girls vs. South of the Border - A display of two vastly different teams, it'd end up being La Pierna Derecha of the South of the Border pinning Galaxy Mukai after La Frog Splash, after Nova Mine shockingly refused to break up the pin.
Brendan Byrne vs. The Tyrant - The Tyrant, once again, simply manhandled Brendan Byrne. Even a desperation chair shot failed to connect, and Tyrant put him away with a Backdrop.
May Christian Snetterington III vs. Hiko Soujirou - On any other day, May Christian Snetterington III may have been able to pull out the win. However, after a hellacious match with The Magician, he had no chance against a still-fresh Hiko Soujirou and his Soul's Refrain powerbomb.
GRAND FINALS: The Tyrant vs. Hiko Soujirou - A shockingly quick match, it was a showcase of power vs determination, strength of body vs strength of will. On this fateful day, the determination of Hiko was enough to outlast the tyrannical power of The Tyrant and pull off the win with the Soul's Refrain.
Desert Pro Wrestling moves on to Palm City's Rocky Bowling Avenue Parking Lot! Located in the midst of the bustling port, home to some of the legendary wrestlers of the 70s and 80s like Ricky Backdrop, two time World Champion and inventor of the Backdrop, it now plays host to some of Desert Pro's coolest (literally) matches, in preparation for DPW: Sundown Slam. This show will be aired at the 12th of August, 11:30PM, AEST.
NUMBER 1 CONTENDERSHIP MATCH: The Tyrant vs. Keith Greyson
At Desert Pro Wrestling: King of the Desert, The Tyrant fell short in his quest to become the inaugural Desert Pro Wrestling World Champion, but he had one heck of a run; breezing through both Boston Crab and Brendan Byrne in short order. Keith Greyson went through 3 of the Desert's top contenders; Ricky La Couvier, Hiroki Sumimasen and Warhog, in that same show. These two top contenders will now do battle, with the winner of this physical match going on to challenge Hiko Soujirou for the belt at DPW: Sundown Slam.
TAG TEAM MATCH: The Awoo Girls w/ Awoo vs. Community Chest (Fear & Hulk) w/ Victor Kai & Mr. Monopoly
After a spat of miscommunication leading to a loss at King of the Desert, Aroo has severely reprimanded the duo. Now, they have to prove their worth against the Community Chest
TRIOS MATCH: Lucha Monster Party (La Nahuatl, Doctor De La Sangre & Segador Del Infierno) vs. Ramen Riders (Katayama Katsuo, Matsumoto Ryu, Matsumoto Ayame)
You know how like New Japan does throwaway multi man matches. Well this is our multi-man throwaway match. God bless new japan.
SINGLES MATCH: Giant The Cement vs. Charlie Krieger
The first ever Cement King, Charlie Krieger, goes up against Giant The Cement, the current as-of-writing Cement Champion.
TRIOS MATCH: Bad Armador, Warhog and The Ahvaz Mutilator vs South of the Border (El Cheato, La Pierna Derecha and Ricky La Couvier)
Strap yourselves in folks, this aint gonna be pretty. If we see no weapons used, someone's gonna riot.
The camera opens under a white canopy, as the sand and blazing sun beats down around it. We pan over to Quick Kick Nick, in his lightly adorned baby blue mask, who sits in a coarse wooden chair. with one arm wrapped around his chest. He clears his throat and begins to speak, with a pained look on his face.
Nick: I didn't expect to win against Giant - we drew straws backstage and they sent me out first. I didn't even expect to get my licks in.
Nick shakes his head, cracks his neck, coughs once, with a wince, and continues on.
Nick: But they sent me out there, in 120 degree heat, to entertain the fans, and so when Giant ran at me and threw his 500 pounds of bulk at me? I felt my entire body crushed. I felt my ribs give way. I felt everything in the world collapse for a brief moment, but I forced my shoulder up.
Nick stands up, letting both his arms drop to his sides, and revealing his taped ribs.
Nick: And I paid the price. All i bought myself was one more moment, one cheer, and then another brutal 500 pound splash. Nobody expected me to win against a man three times my size. Nobody expected me to kick out the first time he took me down. But I did. And if I got the chance to go in there and face him again, I'd do the same thing. Because I am here to wrestle, and train, and learn from the best here at DPW.
Nick nods at the camera, smiles faintly under his mask, and turns away, putting his arm on the chair for support as he moves. The camera follows him for a moment, before fading to black.
TRIOS MATCH: Bad Armador, Warhog and The Ahvas Mutilator vs. South of the Border
A shocking development occured in this match, as the brutality of this match came to a close when Bad Armador injured South of the Border representative La Pierna Derecha with a cutter, calling the match off.
SINGLES MATCH: Giant the Cement vs. Charlie Krieger
Just like before, there was no stopping Giant the Cement from squashing Krieger flat. One wonders if he could rise up to become a legitimate contender for the world title soon.
TRIOS MATCH: Lucha Monster Party vs. Ramen Riders
A fast-paced brawl ended when Segador Del Infierno got the quick pinfall after a Hurracanarana onto a sledgehammer.
TAG MATCH: Awoo Girls vs. Community Chest
The Awoo Girls couldn't put away the Community Chest as Fear got the pinfall after a brutal powerbomb onto Galaxy Mukai
NO. 1 CONTENDERSHIP MATCH: The Tyrant vs. Keith Greyson
A match that seemed heavily to be in The Tyrant's favour, Keith Greyson pulled out a shocking win with the Dragon Clutch, to challenge Hiko for the world championship.
The camera pans over to Giant the Cement, celebrating his "big win" over Charlie Krieger with a feast, emptying out the Chinese resturant's delicacies. Just then, a reporter, with a face as visibly nervous as someone who just got busted, walks in, making sure to keep considerable distance between him and the big man.
REPORTER: Giant, you have been issued a challenge from Quick Kick Nick. How do you respond to this challenge that he sent you.
GIANT: Quick Kick Nick? Is that one of the guys I ate a month ago at King of The Desert? I'm surprised to hear that you want to face off against me again. After all, you couldn't even hold me down, not just for you, but for the rest of your trio...Windex Rider and Matthew Clark. Now, forgive me for being...arrogant, but what chance do you think you have of getting to me, when we both know that the results will be the same. I eat you, just like I ate Krieger 3 hours ago at Palm City. If you think you can survive...against me, then prove it at Desert Pro Wrestling: Sundown Slam.
Giant then tips the table, and the poor reporter over, in a flash. Food careens over the victim, as Giant poises himself to his feet.
GIANT: Now, is this interview over? Scram, or else you will become my next piece of meat, just like Quick Kick Nick will.
SHOW 3: Sundown Slam We come back to the hot sand of the desert for Desert Pro Wrestling: Sundown Slam. Last time, at Palm City Paradise, Keith Greyson beat The Tyrant in a shockingly quick match to become the NEW number 1 contender match for Hiko's Desert Pro Wrestling World Title. Now, can Keith go through the veteran Hiko Soujirou and unseat him? Find out on the 26th of August, 11:30 AM AEST
CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH: Hiko Soujirou (c) vs. Keith Greyson
Keith Greyson, the dazzling youngster, is put up against Hiko Soujirou. Will he unseat Hiko before Hiko ever makes a defense?
NO. 1 CONTENDERSHIP SIX-PACK CHALLENGE: The Tyrant vs. Hiroki Sumimasen vs. Chuckles vs. SOAK vs. Brendan Byrne vs. Dick Ryder
Six of the top guys in Desert Pro, and elsewhere, are set to do battle to determine who will face the champion at Palm City Paradise II. Notable contestants include The Tyrant, who fell short of defeating Hiko to become the inaugural champion at King of the Desert, and up-and-coming sensation Dick Ryder,
TAG MATCH: The Awoo Girls w/ Awoo vs. ??? & ???
We don't even know who the mystery opponents are? The Awoo Girls must get through the duo if they wish to stay relevant in the tag team scene, however, after two disappointing losses to Community Chest and South of the Border.
SPECIAL MATCH: Ricky Backdrop & Leo Rossa vs. Hulk & Fear (w/ Victor Kai & Mr. Monopoly)
Ricky Backdrop, the inventor of the backdrop, had agreed to come out of retirement to face off in a special match against Hulk and Fear of Community Chest. But, he won't be facing the duo alone, as Leo Rossa of the West Coast Sharks NFL team has also agreed to take time out of busy schedule to face off against the duo.
REVENGE: Bad Armador & The Ahvaz Mutilator (w/Warhog) vs. South of the Border (El Cheato & Ricky La Couver) w/ La Pierna Derecha
After Bad Armador injured La Pierna Derecha with a cutter at Palm City Paradise, with some believing that the duo of Armador and Ahvaz Mutilator intentionally tried to end his career, South of the Border have struck back, with a tag team match set to take revenge for the injured La Pierna Derecha.
TAG MATCH: Eri Sentari & Tia Summers vs. Derpzilla & Derpzooky
On one end, we get two of the toughest female superstars in the business. On the other end, two big gorillas, one of who won the Two Nights in Tokyo #3 Rumble. Also we'll probably get sued by PETA. So there.
CEMENT KING REMATCH: Victor Kai (w/Hulk, Fear & Mr Monopoly) vs. Charlie Krieger
After Victor Kai suffered a loss to Charlie Krieger at Friendship Cup, and failed to take the Cement King Crown from him, he wants revenge. And revenge he'll get.
SURVIVAL: Giant the Cement vs. Quick Kick Nick
This isnt a matter of winning. This is a matter of seeing how long Quick Kick Nick will last against the man-beast, Giant the Cement.
While the match lasted longer than Nick lasted in their previous encounter, Nick still fell short of victory with a Powerslam by Giant the Cement.
Victor Kai (w/ Hulk, Fear & Monopoly) vs. Charlie Krieger
Revenge Victor Kai didn't get, as he got knocked out by Charlie Krieger. Despite the efforts of Mr. Monopoly to try and save him, it proved futile as he laid down, the hot rays of the sun burning him like his dreams of winning against Krieger.
Eri Sentari & Tia Summers vs. Gorilla Warfare (Derpzilla and Derpzooky)
Two big gorillas who breathe fire vs. two outstanding talents? There was no doubt of the outcome, as Derpzilla got the victory with a German Suplex.
The Bad Mutilators (Bad Armador/Mutilator) w/ Warhog vs. South of the Border (El Cheato & Ricky La Couver) w/ La Pierna Derecha
No technical spectacle on display here, just hard hitting fisticuffs mixed with steel chairs, forks and baseball bats. The Ahvaz Mutilator got the job done, though anything could have happened.
Ricky Backdrop & Leo Rossa vs. Community Chest (Hulk & Fear)
Community Chest rebounded in dominant fashion, with Hulk destroying Leo Rossa with the Dinosaur Buster. for a snap KO victory.
Awoo Girls vs. Stevie Splice & ???
Match did not occur, as Aroo shockingly turned on the Awoo Girls with the Aroobreaker.
The Tyrant vs. Hiroki Sumimasen vs. Chuckles vs. SOAK vs. Brendan Byrne vs. Dick Ryder
This match was a devastating affair, with Hiroki and Tyrant, two favourites, getting knocked out early. The last two men standing would be Brendan Byrne and SOAK, before Soak put Byrne away with The Butt Spot, to challenge for the championship at Palm City Paradise
Hiko Soujirou vs. Keith Greyson
A spectacular match, both men gave it their all. In the end, Keith Greyson would upseat Hiko, to become the Second Ever DPW World Champion.
SHOW 4: PALM CITY PARADISE II The DPW Board of Directors have issued a decree for a new tournament, to determine the next No. 1 Contender for the title. Two guys from Desert Pro Wrestling, those being Hiko, who lost the belt to Keith Greyson at Sundown Slam, and Brendan Byrne, who came second to SOAK in the No. 1 Contendership Battle Royale, will face off individually against two outsiders, those being the former CRITICAL! Internet Champion Blake Dynamite; and technical wizard Eric Frey. Which one of these four men will go on to challenge for the championship at the upcoming Desert Pro Wrestling: Heat Rising. Meanwhile, the new champion looks to make his first defense against the big man himself, SOAK.
DPW World Championship Match: Keith Greyson (c) vs. SOAK
The new champion, Keith Greyson, needs to prove himself as the champion, up against a very capable SOAK. Will Keith Greyson get his first defense, where Hiko fell?
DPW No. 1 Contendership Match: Winner of Byrne/Dynamite vs. Hiko/Frey
TAG TEAM MATCH: The Space Girls (Nova Mine & Galaxy Mukai) vs. Team Aroo (Aroo & Stevie Splice)
After Aroo turned on the former Awoo Girls, and joined forces with Stevie Splice, both teams will now look to gain the first win in what is sure to be a very competitive feud.
DPW No. 1 Contendership Tournament: Hiko Soujirou vs. Eric Frey
Hiko's rematch clause guarantees him a shot at the next No. 1 contendership thing, but it hasn't been smooth sailing for the purple kickpadded guy, moving not only to the bottom of the card in BDW, but also losing his DPW World Championship to Keith Greyson in the first defense. Can he take on the masterful technician in Eric Frey?
TAG TEAM MATCH: Victor Kai & Ricky Backdrop vs. Fear & Hulk (w/ Mr. Monopoly)
This match is a matter of revenge. Victor Kai and Ricky Backdrop may be a team no-one has ever thought possible, but together they're fuelled by their desire to get revenge on Community Chest; Ricky Backdrop getting revenge on Hulk after he injured Fear, and Victor Kai having shockingly left Community Chest. These two team up to go against a dominating tag team in Fear & Hulk, currently undefeated.
DPW No. 1 Contendership Tournament: Brendan Byrne vs. Blake Dynamite
One one side, we have Brendan Byrne, who's wanting to prove himself after coming up short time and time again. Losing to The Tyrant in the King of the Desert tournament, and losing to SOAK in the No. 1 Contendership Battle Royale, he needs to win this mini-tournament to keep his hope of a championship shot alive. On the other side, we have Blake Dynamite, a man who's proved himself in other promotions, having won the CRITICAL! Internet Championship. Will Byrne finally get the win and make Dynamite feel the Byrne?
The talking point of last month's week's show was the travelling warrior, Hiko Soujirou, defeating the technical wizard Eric Frey, and the dynamic Blake Dynamite to earn a rematch with the current DPW World Champion, Keith Greyson. With a fantastic encounter last time they faced off against each other on Sundown Slam, one can only hope that this match lives up to the hype of their previous bout.
Speaking of our world champion, he proved himself worthy of being a champion with yet-another fantastic match against SOAK, with Keith Greyson pulling off another win. This man has got all the momentum in the world for his upcoming match, with Greyson looking to go 2 and 0 against Hiko Soujirou at DESERT PRO WRESTLING'S next big event.
On to other news, Victor Kai's personal vendetta against his former faction, Community Chest, ended in failure as Ricky Backdrop fell to a Shooting Hulk Press. Can Victor Kai break free from his slump after breaking away from the alliance to go solo?
In related news, Nova Mine suffered a serious injury after taking a moonsault from Stevie Splice, causing the match to be stopped early. We are currently unaware on how long she will be out for, and we will provide an update when we are able to.
In more bad news, it turns out that apparently running shows in the middle of a desert violates a ton of OSHA laws so for the forseeable future, we will be unable to run shows outside. We are currently in negotiations with several arenas on hosting our upcoming shows but no word on that yet.
SHOW 5: DESERT PRO WRESTLING AIRING IN THE SANDOPOLIS DOME
After months of negotiations, we have struck a deal with the Sandopolis Dome to run shows in their arena. We humbly thank each of you for your patience in resolving this issue, and we will continue to provide each and every one of you with quality wrestling in DESERT PRO.
After besting both Eric Frey and Blake Dynamite at Palm City Paradise II, Hiko Soujirou earned himself a shot at the DPW World Title against Keith Greyson, and his rematch takes place tonight. Will Hiko get the big one over Keith Greyson, or will Keith drop the bomb on Hiko and make it a 2 for 2 record.
Also on the card, Victor Kai aims to prove himself in singles competition, as he faces off against the monstrous FEAR of the Community Chest stable. Can Victor Kai finally get one over his former faction?
Several new fighters debut in Desert Pro Wrestling tonight as well. The Mongolian warrior, Bash Kahn, aims to make a stunning debut by taking on the crafty fighter, The Magician. Two tag teams debut in tag team action tonight, with the team of Richie Backdrop and May Christian Snetterington III (flanked by the imposing Bodyguard) taking on the Rising Storm (Anahera and Xiu Mei Li). And finally, a mysterious warrior known as Mr. Wrestling VI declares an open challenge, claiming he can beat anyone on the roster in 5 minutes. While his relations to the legendary Mr. Wrestling remain unknown at this point, he obviously oozes confidence in his declaration.
DPW World Championship Match: Hiko Soujirou vs. Keith Greyson (c)
Bash Kahn vs. The Magician
Rising Storm (Anahera and Xiu Mei Li) vs. The Elite (May Christian Snetterington III & Richie Backdrop) w/ The Bodyguard
Victor Kai vs. FEAR (w/ Hulk & Mr. Monopoly)
Mr. Wrestling VI vs. ???
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Last Edit: Oct 21, 2018 13:07:26 GMT by aroo: i need sleep lol
In what many expected to be a closer battle, Hiko Soujirou couldn't pull off the big win and was left biting Keith Greyson's dust yet again. With him losing the belt on his first defense, and then failing to regain the gold, the question is asked: was Hiko winning the title a fluke, considering his lack of success against Keith Greyson? Or does Keith just have his number.
Victor Kai once again falls short in the war he wages against Community Chest, picking up a loss against the man they call Fear. Has Victor Kai grown weaker without the aid of his former comrades?
Big debuts for the team of The Elite, with Richie Backdrop and May Christian Snetterington III beating out the Rising Storm in a long, heavy hitting affair, as well as Bash Kahn, who won in convincing fashion against The Magician. Could we see these three men on the top of the division in the future?
On the other hand, Mr Wrestling VI got creamed easily by Chuckles, being defeated in exactly 5 minutes. Not exactly a great debut there, surprising due to his alleged connections with one of history's greatest wrestlers.
GTC: At King of the Desert, I had to take on 3 of the *toughest* fighters in town. Yet, Hiko Soujirou takes on 3 guys as well, with a god damn piss break after each match, and all of a sudden he's crowned the champion? While I'm stuck in opening match cards, hell, I wasn't even booked for the last show, the vegetable Hiko has proven himself to be a failure in defending that delicious gold. Yet, according to the supposed 'management' at the Desert...despite being undefeated and having achieved much more than that putrid shrimp did here, I'm not worthy to go for the gold? Not even a damn Number One contendership match? Now, I've been thrown out of all-you-can-eat buffets for eating too much, but even that pales to the incompetence shown by management in giving an anorexic coward like you another shot at the title.
After convincing the management at Desert Pro Wrestling why I should become champion, with some assistance from my fat belly, I've finally been vindicated. At the Sandopolis Dome, it will be me, the dominant force, taking on Hiko Soujirou for the right to face Keith Greyson for the title. And, I'll promise you this. I'll promise...that once I pin him for the 1-2-3, I'll devour any more chance of him even smelling the sweet smell of gold
Needless to say, it has been confirmed that the next show will be featuring Hiko Soujirou vs. Giant the Cement for our main event! Stay tuned for the next episode!