(The NCN and CSWA logos fade onto the
V/O: The National Cable Network, in
conjunction with the CSWA and CS Enterprises, is proud to present the following
(CUTTO: The packed Trailblazer Arena is
shown in cutaway as Papa Roach's "She Loves Me Not" plays in the
television audience and starts the 'official' event. The CSWA laser light
show takes over before Bill Buckley gets to his introduction.)
BB: Wrestling fans, this is CSWA PRIMETIME
in Seattle! I'm Bill Buckley, joined, as always by Sammy Benson.
SB: Don't you ever get tired of saying the
same thing over and over again?
BB: That 'joined by Sammy Benson' part,
sure. Folks, these fans in Seattle have welcomed us in fine
fashion. There were people camped outside the arena when we got here this
morning...and they already had tickets!
SB: Freaks, I tell you. I think they
were friends of Wicked Sight.
BB: Fans, we've got a huge match
tonight between Evan Aho and Shane Southern for the CSWA World
Championship. If it weren't for Teri Melton, Southern would probably still
be the Greensboro Champion; and if I'm not mistaken, he holds a major
championship outside the CSWA right now as well.
SB: Are you talking about Lambfry Land
BB: And after the tag match those two were
in at SHOWTIME, this one is sure to have some heat behind it. And speaking
of heat.... Eli Flair and GUNS have rarely gotten in each other's way over the
years, but tonight they collide, with each of them looking for a win to push
them toward Aho's World Title.
SB: I think you mean LOVE's World Title.
BB: That I did...if this is 1998!
Speaking of Love, Eddy takes on the ORIGINAL CSWA World Champ in
"Arrogance" Joey Melton. Sammy, you might have trouble in this
SB: Who me? Why?
BB: We all know that Eddy Love is your own
personal deity. But didn't Melton fill that role for you years ago?
SB: Don't try and start trouble
Buckley. I'll cross that bridge when we get to it. I'm still not
convinced they're actually gonna fight tonight.
BB: We've got major tag team action with
Men of Adventure taking on Raw Deal, and Hip Hop Express versus Unified Tag
Champs Simply Stunning.
SB: Speaking of deities, exactly who have
Simply Stunning been praying to? Because they've been surrounded by some
sort of guardian angel lately.
BB: Many people think The Professionals
should be the tag champs right now. But who knows, maybe Miles and
Mayfield are paying back all the karma they've lost over the last few years.
SB: If karma exists, Buckley, or any sense
of fairness, then Simply Stunning would've have been packed up and shipped to
Tonga a year ago.
BB: Kin Hiroshi is in action. Which
brings up the GXW...
SB: Does it? Why, because they're all
a bunch of muffins?
BB: Not exactly. But it was at
Hiroshi's request that Evan Aho returned to the GXW for one event, only to be
set up by GXW management and their champion, Dan Ryan. Since then, we've
seen various workers from the GXW around the CSWA, including Dan Ryan.
SB: Who got his butt handed to him at
SHOWTIME...even if it was by THAT DAMN HORNET!
BB: Yeah, get it out, get it all out,
Sammy. It was indeed Hornet who interrupted Ryan's verbal rampage on Evan
Aho at PRIMETIME... but to be honest, I'm not exactly sure why.
SB: Apparently Ryan used his name in vain
on GXW's cable access show...
BB: I'm sure that's part of it... but
something tells me there's a little more going on around here. Hornet may
let his emotions get the best of him in the ring sometimes, but...
SB: Sometimes? We're talking about a
man who shoved Lawrence Stanley into dog food because he didn't like something
he said about some woman he was...
BB: That's enough, Sammy! You might
wanna remember that the "some woman" you're referring to is sitting in
the top office at CS Enterprises.
SB: Yeah...in Merritt's lap...
BB: And with that note, folks, let's send
it down to ringside and kick the action off!
The CSWA's latest developmental talent put up a
good match against the young muffin magnate, but Hiroshi was able to pull a
fisherman buster out of his hat to take control over the match...and he never
lost it. The Japanese Hero put on a clinic, catching Suicide with a
running leg lariat and then putting on a show for the fans by hitting a
corkscrew plancha from the top rope. Suicide tried to make a comeback, but
The Master of the Muffins set him up with a superkick...and then took the match
with the Hiroshi-ma Bomb frog splash from the top.
Winner: Kin Hiroshi
Novell vs. Lawrence Stanley
"Silent Rage" Josh Novell took
"The Gent" by storm early, dropping the former US Champ with a neck
snap/full nelson slam combination early. Novell continued to work on the
neck with a short arm clothesline followed by a RiotPlex, his version of the
Tazplex. Stanley got to the ropes and rolled outside quickly. Novell
made the mistake of following outside, only to get driven into the ring post
shoulder-first by the well-matched man. Stanley quickly capitalized by
sending Novell back into the ring, quickly putting him on the mat with a
belly-to-belly, then nailing a leg drop. Novell kicked out of a cover,
only to get rolled up into a small package for the loss.
Winner: Lawrence Stanley