Mallard: Jack Gold, I'm gonna make this quick if you think its my fault we lost at Lucha Fantastico, you are never gonna find a winning partner because you are a losing partner. We can settle this in a ring in Omaha.
Jack Caesar: Toby Tron, I am going to send you back to football. You were over hyped there and are even more so as a wrestler. You haven't accomplished anything as a wrestler. I am an 8 time world champion. I have lead my followers to a tag championship. I am a legend and you are a pretender. I am going to send you home.
Eulogy(Graveyard): We grateful for our next volunteers to give their soul energy to our true master. Nic. Tommy. We are grateful for that soul energy you will release upon your defeat.
Jed: Man, am I excited to tell you about this big news. First up, I believe its time to reintroduce the CWC World Championship. On April 25 in Rochester, Minnesota, the MWWC will host an 8 person tournament with 6 talents from the MWWC and two more guest from other promotions will also get a chance to be the first modern CWC World Champion.
I have seen some talk about this Second bit of news but darn it if I'm not too excited to be upset about that. The CWC is getting into the Combat Wrestling business. Seeing my granddaughter Eliza out there doing combat wrestling I'm so excited to have her do it at home as the CWC presents Unified Combat Wrestling. We are bring talent from all over the world and negotiating to bring talent in from other promotions you love. The first show will be April 18 And the biggest news is tonight we have a special exhibition match between El Manati and Marcos Angula, RIGHT NOW!
Toby Tron: Caesar you are a legend and you are a great wrestler, but I am real talent, a real Wrestler and I have proved that I am a name and that I am the future.
Eulogy(Graveyard): Tommy and Nic your soul energy is very powerful. Your defeat has created a great boost and has brought the return of our True Master much sooner. Oh to see our True Master what a glorious day that will be. To see the True Master come and ANNIHILATE all who stand before them.
SUPERCHARGED Shannon Smith: Eliza you may be this legacy, prodigy, whatever wrestler. Unfortunately for you, you ran into me and unfortunately for you I AM SUPERCHARGED!
Steve Faulkner: Mallard don't get too comfortable with that belt. I was the CWC Champion when the CWC closed and I never lost that belt. My faher, for some reason, did not give me my chance to defend my belt in this tournament. So Mallard you may be wearing that belt but know that it is my belt. On May 23rd, in Chicago, I will be taking that belt back and putting you back where you belong.
Last Edit: Apr 25, 2020 23:17:08 GMT by faulknasty
Lamont Aldren (WP) vs Ruthless Nicole Alger (UCSS)
Submission Only Jamie Tomasi (UCSS) vs Zilya Sokolov
Manatì vs Monroe: The main feature El Manatì bring his Lucha brawling style modified to combat wrestling to take on the accomplish Limbtaker Candace Monroe from UCSS. ----------
Dragunov vs Rodriguez: The Russian Terminator Dragunov is looking for arms as he tries to avoid the magic moves of the Witch Rodriguez who's punches or submissions could end the fight.
Turney vs Worthy: The classic boxer vs wrestler as Turney aims to strike down Worthy before he can toss her around the ring.
Aldren vs Alger: The other Limbtaker RNA is looking to take Aldren's arms before he can suplex her down for the count.
Tomasi vs Sokolov: It's grappler vs grappler in this submissions only match, as these two look to lock in the arm submission before time runs out. Sokolov bring in a Sambo background to take on Tomasi's Gracie BJJ technique.
Jamie was totally outclassed on his feet, and aside from a running knee and some suplexes, he was getting thrashed in the standup. And yet, as Thiago taught him, he trusted in his jiu jitsu and kept going for the armbar when he could, and it came through in a big way in the end. That was a perfect example of where a last chance submission saved the day, because he was almost certainly finished if that didn't work.
RNA's ground sequences with Lamont were a thing of beauty, and eventually ended the match. It was really her standup that I feel won that one, her knees in the clinch making the real difference.
Turney and Worthy had the most even match of the whole set up to this point. I'm a Worthy mark, so seeing him pull away in the end with his suplexes made me happy.
Timor without Torgo at ringside loses something, but he's still a terrifying machine. Sophia was up to the task of providing a brisk workout him a but it's the rare individual who can defeat Dragunov, and he fought through her submission attempts to land his superior armlocks.
Manati had the clear size advantage going into this one, and the suplex at the end of the first round let Candace know she was in for a tough one. While Manati's striking seems a bit unrefined, it was undeniably effective, those roundhouses to the midsection taking a toll and keeping Candace off balance. Candace managed to hold her own, especially through the middle phase of the match, but as the fifth round rolled on, she simply hadn't done enough to set up her trademark legwork and to get into the depths of her arsenal, and Manati came away with an impressive win.
Good stuff! The Solokov-Tomasi match has my vote for the best of the show, with some solid technique from Solokov and a shocking comeback finish.
Keith Van Horne (Wrestle Parade) vs Eliza Faulkner
Machado vs Carter: The main event features young Yan Machado, a submission expert who won with a strike taking out Bergeron's knee in UCW 1, taking on a tough Roy Carter who conquered the kicks of Miller in UCW 1.
Valdez vs Mr. Muay Thai: This match up is looking to be a strike fest of age vs youth as Ricky Valdez's boxing style fresh off his victory seconds before the UCW 1 main event hit its time limit takes on Mr. Muay Thai's, well, Muay Thai skills lead him over fan favorite Keith Van Horn.
Bergeron vs Omar: Mackenzie Bergeron looking to recover and show that Machado had a lucky strike as he takes on Anwar Omar who hit the time limit against Sterling.
Felix vs Bosch: Two debuts as the eccentric King Felix III from PCP makes his professional shoot fighting debut against the unknown threat Victor Bosch the old Russian appears to be out of his prime but his power and skills are still to be feared.
Van Horne vs Faulkner: Eliza Faulkner looking for redemption after falling short of the time limit in UCW 1 main event as she takes on the fan favorite looking to come back from his submission by Mr. Muay Thai.
Last Edit: Jun 11, 2020 19:23:06 GMT by faulknasty
I am still working on some edits for the MWWC show it will be up a day or two late. UCW will still be on time next week as that show is easier to run and more organized as I have entire cards set up two weeks out.
I'm punting MWWC two weeks so I can finish new edits and do some more work on old edits. I forgot how many edits don't have voices and want to do that. So when the show returns in two weeks there will be new edits and old edits with new looks and a set up for a new promotion. NEED (North Eastern Extreme Destruction) Wrestling will be announced and featured and will begin to alternate with MWWC and I may be moving UCW to a weekday every other week