oWo Cyberslam #305
4th November 2019
Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Teddy Rush vs. Victor Holland
With Teddy Rush already in the ring and looking to build on his impressive victory last week, the fans in the arena cheer as “Knock Your Self Out” by Jadakiss hits the sound system and the stage is basked in a green glow. After a few seconds ‘The Natural’ Victor Holland steps out from behind the curtain and poses at the top of the entrance ramp, drawing another big cheer from the crowd. Holland slowly moves down the entrance ramp, scanning the fans in the front few rows and exchanging high fives. Holland finally rolls into the ring under the bottom rope and poses on the nearest turnbuckle as his music begins to fade out.
The match is quickly underway as Rush and Holland circle around each other right from the opening bell. The fans are split in their support of the two men as they both tie up and try and force each other backwards in a collar and elbow tie up. Victor Holland is able to use his size advantage to push back the oWo newcomer, however Rush counters with a wrist lock before smashing Holland in the side of the head with a stiff elbow shot. Holland staggers away holding the side of his head, and Rush follows up with a spinning forearm to knock his opponent down.
Rush stomps away on Holland as he gets back up to his feet, before landing a quick suplex on his opponent. With Holland down and holding his back in pain, Teddy Rush looks for the early cover however only gets a two count from the referee. Victor Holland powers his way back to a standing position and absorbs some big right hands from Rush, before grabbing Rush by the arm and sending him into the corner of the ring. Holland follows up with a big knee to the midsection on his opponent in the middle of the ring. Rush staggers out of the corner of the ring holding his midsection in pain, but Holland is there with a belly to belly suplex to take him down to the mat.
The fans cheer Victor Holland on as he bounces into the ring ropes and lands a running elbow drop onto his opponent. Rush staggers back up to his feet and Holland tries to load him onto his shoulders for the ‘Natural Driver’, however Rush has the move scouted and manages to jump down and land on his feet! Victor Holland throws an arm at Rush looking for a clothesline, but Rush ducks under the arm of his opponent before landing a dropkick on Holland to send him down to the mat!
Teddy Rush taunts to the crowd quickly, before dropping a knee across the body of his opponent. Holland staggers back to his feet, but Rush lands a kick to the midsection before taking down Holland with an impressive DDT and looking for the cover!
Just when it looked like Teddy Rush would follow up on his impressive win in his first match last week, Holland gets a shoulder up at the very last second to deny him! Rush looks shocked for a few seconds, before laying into Holland with some stiff punches as he gets up. Rush backs Holland into the corner of the ring, before Irish whipping him across the ring into the opposite turnbuckle. Rush looks to follow up with a big running splash in the corner, however he hits nothing but turnbuckle as Holland dives out of the way at the last second! Rush staggers backwards holding his chest, but Holland is there to take advantage with a desperation German suplex.
The fans cheer loudly with both men down in the middle of the ring. Victor Holland is the first to slowly rise up to his feet, quickly followed by Teddy Rush. Rush and Holland trade big right hands in the middle of the ring, until Holland gets the upper hand and hits a back suplex on Rush to send him down to the mat. Rush pops back up to his feet and looks to fight back with a dropkick, but Holland side steps the move before grabbing Rush from behind and planting him down to the mat with the ‘Natural Driver’! The fans cheer loudly for the move as Holland wastes no time in making the cover.
It’s all over and Victor Holland is back to winning ways after his disappointing loss to the oWo Champion CJ Dreamer in the main event last week!
The fans cheer loudly as the referee holds Holland’s arm in the air in victory and Victor Holland celebrates the victory on the nearest turnbuckle. However as Holland climbs down off the turnbuckle, he walks back into Teddy Rush who is back on his feet in the middle of the ring.
The fans wait to see what will happen as Rush and Holland stare each other down for a few seconds, before Holland extends his hand in a show of sportsmanship to the newcomer. The fans cheer as Rush looks at the hands for a few seconds, before shaking it!
However the show of sportsmanship doesn’t last long as Holland tries to pull his hand back, Rush keeps hold of his opponents hand before kicking him with a low blow! The fans boo loudly as Holland doubles over, and Rush drops him in the middle of the ring with a DDT!
Rush flips off Victor Holland and then flips off the crowd, before exiting the ring and making his way back up the entrance ramp and to the backstage area.
Winner via pinfall: Victor Holland
Give me my Shot
The camera heads backstage to the interview area where Katie Smith is standing by, microphone in hand, with the former oWo 2x Women’s Champion Lucy Von Drake. Von Drake is dressed in street clothes and isn’t booked for action tonight, however still has a focused look on her face.
Katie Smith: “Lucy, Thanks for joining us here tonight. You said that you had something that you wanted to get off of your chest.”
Lucy Von Drake: “Your damn right Katie. I am sick of Amy Page dodging my calls week after week. I try and get ahold of Amy so I can get booked for a rematch against Jupiter James to get my title back, but I get nothing but answer phone!”
Katie Smith: “Well many consider that you might have slipped down to the bottom of the rankings after losing to Jupiter James at the last iPPV?”
LVD shoots an evil look at Katie Smith which has the pretty interviewer apologising.
Lucy Von Drake: “Don’t make my drag your skinny ass to the ring Katie and show you just why I am the best in the oWo right now. Everyone knows that I should be the oWo Women’s Champion right now, it’s only a matter of time before I hold that gold in my hands. Amy Page can’t protect her golden girl forever. Amy Page has until next week to book me in for my rematch against Jupiter James…. Or else!”
Lucy Von Drake storms away from the interviewer leaving a relieved looking Katie Smith behind.
Sara Young vs. ‘Loco’ Lopez
The fans cheer loudly as the 6’4” masked mexican Lopez steps out onto the top of the entrance ramp and raises her arms in the air! ‘Loco’ Lopez runs down the entrance ramp slapping hands with the fans. Lopez rolls into the ring and signals to the fans from the second rope of the nearest turnbuckle.
The lights in the arena cut to black as ‘Who’s Laughing Now’ by #NerdOut hits the sound system. The fans boo loudly as after a few seconds a spotlight appears on the top of the entrance ramp which Sara Young steps into. Sara Young stares menacingly out at the crowd before Xander Young and Christian Cashman step into the light either side of her. The three members of Rebellion stand at the top of the entrance ramp for a few seconds, before marching through the darkness down the entrance ramp towards the ring, with the spotlight flashing on and off of them. The three members of Rebellion step up into the ring as the lights in the arena slowly begin to fade up.
With the rest of the Rebellion group looking menacing at ringside, the referee calls for the bell to be rung and the action is underway quickly as Sara Young jumps at the much larger Lopez and lays into her with some big right hands. Young backs Lopez into the corner of the ring with the big punches, before Lopez uses her size advantage to push away the Rebellion member. Sara Young rolls back up to her feet and runs at Lopez, but the masked fighter sends her straight back down to the mat with a big boot to the face. With Young down, Lopez doesn’t waste any time as she makes the cover, however only manages to score a two count.
Lopez grabs Sara Young by the hair and pulls her back up to her feet, before lifting her over her head in a Military press slam. Sara Young desperately tries to free herself, but Lopez shows off her dominance by simply dropping her opponent down to the mat! Sara Young staggers back up to her feet again, but Lopez wastes no time in bouncing off of the ring ropes and hitting a spear on Young before making the cover!
No! Young gets a shoulder up at the very last second! The crowd are in shock that it wasn’t all over right there, as Sara Young rolls to the outside to try and put some distance between herself and her opponent. Lopez rolls to the outside herself to try and go after Sara Young, but she is blocked off by Christian Cashman on the outside of the ring! The fans boo loudly as Cashman stops Lopez from getting near Sara Young, allowing her to roll back into the ring. With Lopez distracted by the Rebellion on the outside of the ring, Sara Young bounces off of the ring ropes and throws herself through the ropes with a suicide dive to wipe out Lopez!
The crowd are on their feet as on the outside of the ring Sara Young rises up to her feet and pulls Lopez up off of the floor. Young throws Lopez hard into the security barrier, before rolling her back into the ring. Sara Young herself climbs up onto the top rope of the nearest turnbuckle and waits for Lopez to get to her feet, before leaping off and sending her back down with an impressive crossbody!
Lopez looks in pain as she slowly begins to get to her feet, but as she does Sara Young is quietly stalking her opponent! Young spins Lopez around and kicks her in the midsection before dropping her with the Ram-Paige in the middle of the ring! With Lopez down and hurting, Sara Young makes the cover on her masked opponent.
It’s all over and Sara Young follows up her impressive victory over former Women’s Champion ‘Platinum’ Emily Shaw last week with a win over Lopez this week! Sara Young is joined by her brother and her husband in the ring, and the three members of the Rebellion celebrate the big victory!
Winner via pinfall: Sara Young
Why Teddy? Why?
The camera once again heads to the backstage area where Teddy Rush is standing by alongside interviewer Katie Smith. Rush is still wearing his ring gear after being in action earlier in the evening in a losing effort against ‘The Natural’ Victor Holland.
Katie Smith: “Teddy, the oWo crowd out there were shocked that you attacked Victor Holland after the match…..”
Before Katie Smith can finish the question, Teddy Rush grabs the microphone from her hands and shoos her away. Katie Smith slowly walks away from the interview area with a dejected look on her face before Teddy Rush turns to face the camera.
Teddy Rush: “This is a message to the whole of the oWo. Victor Holland got taught a lesson tonight, a lesson that I got taught on the streets growing up. The lesson is to get to the top you have to be prepared to do whatever it takes. Now don’t get it twisted, I have nothing against Victor Holland, it’s nothing personal, but I ain’t here in the oWo to make friends. I am here to win titles and make money, anyone that comes between me and that is gonna get stomped just like Victor Holland did tonight!”
Rush drops the microphone and walks away before the camera cuts back to ringside.
Angelo Anderson vs. Leon Ventura
The lights in the arena dim and the fans boo as ‘Many Men’ by 50 Cent booms out of the sound system. The menacing Angelo Anderson slowly walks out onto the top of the entrance ramp and raises his arms in the air. Anderson shakes his head at the booing crowd before climbing into the ring and trash talking the fans at ringside before the match gets started.
“Already Platinum” by Slim Thug hits the sound system and the fans boo as Leon Ventura steps out from behind the curtain and onto the entrance ramp. ‘The Tank’ flexes his muscles for a few seconds on the entrance ramp, before walking down towards the ring and screaming abuse at the fans in the front row. Ventura slowly climbs into the ring and strikes a double bicep pose in the middle of the ring whilst soaking in the boos from the crowd.
After his loss in record time only a few weeks ago, Anderson looks like he wants to avenge the match as he starts the match off quickly with some big right hands on his opponent right from the opening bell. Anderson backs Ventura into the corner of the ring, but Ventura manages to counter with a head butt. Ventura grabs Anderson by the arm and whips him hard into the ring ropes, before knocking him back down to the mat with a stiff shoulder block. Ventura pulls Anderson back up to his feet before slamming him down to the mat and looking for a quick cover, only getting a two count this time.
Anderson gets back up to his feet and fights back with some right hands of his own, before throwing Ventura into the corner of the ring. Anderson hits a clothesline in the corner on his opponent before running up behind him as he bounces out and landing a bulldog to take him down to the mat! Anderson this time looks for a cover of his own, however only gets a two count from the referee. Anderson looks angry at the referee for what he thought was a slow count, however this gives Ventura the chance to get back up to his feet.
Ventura takes advantage of the distraction of his opponent by landing some big punches, before hitting a backbreaker on Anderson. Anderson holds his back in pain as he struggles up to his feet, but as he does Ventura bounces into the ring ropes and lands a massive clothesline on his opponent! With Anderson down, Ventura hooks the leg of Anderson for the cover, but once again only gets a two count!
Ventura struggles up to his feet and taunts to the crowd, before pulling his opponent up. Ventura looks to try and position his opponent for a powerbomb, but Anderson counters with a back body drop! Ventura looks shocked as he struggles up, but Anderson lands a knee to the midsection on Ventura before hitting a ‘Broken Bomb’ in the middle of the ring! Anderson wastes no time in making the cover after his finishing move.
It’s all over and Angelo Anderson has gone some way towards erasing the pain of his loss a few weeks ago with the three count and the win!
Angelo Anderson celebrates the big victory in the middle of the ring, as Leon Ventura rolls out of the ring and slowly makes his way to the back, looking disappointed with his performance.
Winner via pinfall: Angelo Anderson
#1 Contendership Match
Johnny All Star vs. ‘Magic’ Morales
“Survival of the Fittest” by Mobb Deep hits the sound system the fans in the arena begin to boo as the masked ‘Magic’ Morales slowly steps out onto the top of the entrance ramp. Morales raises his arms in the air, before turning his hands round and flipping off the crowd who once cheered him so loudly! Morales runs down the entrance ramp and slides head first into the ring, shadow boxing in the corner of the ring as the music begins to fade out.
“Time to go to work baybee…. Let’s do it.”
Johnny All-Star’s voice imitating Elvis Presley fills the arena as “Viva Las Vegas” by Metal Elvis begins to play.
Various images of iconic Las Vegas and Johnny All-Star play out on the V-Tron as spotlights move throughout the crowd, all finally coming to stop on a hooded Johnny All-Star somewhere in the audience as he is making his way through the crowd.
The spotlight follows All-Star making his way through the screaming fans as he finally makes his way down hopping over the security barricade. Posing for a few photos, he shrugs off the robe tossing it into the audience before pulling himself up into the ring to prepare for his match.
With the #1 contendership for the oWo Championship held by CJ Dreamer on the line, the referee calls for the bell to be rung and the match to officially get started! All Star and Morales meet in the middle of the ring and exchange some big right hands, with All Star using his size advantage to get the upper hand and send Morales into the corner of the ring. All Star lands some stiff chops across the chest of Morales. However the stiff chops seem to wake up Morales as he grabs All Star and throws him into the corner before hitting some chops of his own!
All Star staggers out of the corner holding his chest in pain, but as he does Morales leaps up onto the top rope before jumping down onto All Star with a missile dropkick! The fans are on their feet after the impressive move, and Morales quickly makes a cover attempt but only scores a two count. All Star powers his way up to his feet and fights back with some right hands, however Morales shows off his speed with an impressive kicking combo before sending All Star into the ropes. All Star bounces back into the middle of the ring and Morales takes him down with a back body drop.
Morales bounces into the ropes himself and lands a standing shooting star press on the former sVo International Champion, before making another quick cover. However with the oWo Championship shot on the line, All Star digs down deep and manages to kick out before the count of three! The fans are firmly behind Johnny All Star, as he rises up to his feet only for Morales to continue to lay into him with some big right hands. Morales sends All Star into the ropes and looks for a drop toe hold, however All Star skips over Morales before turning and taking him down with a big clothesline!
Morales stumbles back up to his feet but All Star powers him up onto his shoulders before dropping him with a death valley driver in the middle of the ring! All Star jumps down onto Morales to make the cover, but Morales gets his shoulder up before the three count! All Star holds his head in disbelief, thinking that he had the match won there and then as he gets back up to his feet before signaling for the All Star Stunner!
All Star runs at Morales looking for the move, but Morales has the move scouted as he drops down and rolls out of the ring under the bottom rope and to safety! The fans boo Morales loudly as he walks around the outside of the ring, however All Star doesn’t take too kindly as he climbs out of the ring himself and meets Morales head on with some right hands! All Star spears Morales hard into the steel ring steps on the outside of the ring, before rolling him back in under the bottom rope!
The fans cheer All Star on as he climbs into the ring himself and pulls Morales up and once again looks for the All Star stunner! This time All Star connects with the move, putting Morales down in the middle of the ring! All Star crawls across his opponent and hooks the leg!
It’s all over and Johnny All Star has earned himself a shot at CJ Dreamer’s oWo Championship at the Locked & Loaded iPPV!
All Star jumps up to his feet and throws his arms in the air in victory, knowing that he is finally going to get his shot at the big prize!
All Star stands victorious in the middle of the ring as Cyberslam heads off of the air, but just what lengths will Dreamer go to in order to keep his belt when the two clash on the 17th November?
Winner via pinfall: Johnny All Star