oWo Cyberslam #311
16th December 2019
oWo Arena, Los Angeles, California
AC/DC – If You Want Blood hits the sound system as the entrance package for oWo Cyberslam plays to kick off the show! The video package highlights exciting action from the likes of CJ Dreamer, Johnny All Star, ‘Magic’ Morales and ‘Razor’ Rick Reid before the shot cuts to the live camera inside the oWo arena. The camera pans around the sold out crowd who are holding up a variety of signs supporting their favourite oWo fighters! The music continues to blast out over the arena sound speakers as pyros shoot up from the entrance stage before a run down of tonight’s matches are shown on the giant video screen, including a main event match which will see Teddy Rush and Victor Holland look to finally settle the score!
Nate Adams vs. Christian Cashman
“Elevate” by DJ Khalil hits the sound system and the fans are pumped as Frankie York and Nate Adams strut onto the top of the entrance ramp. Adams and York show great energy as they move down the entrance ramp getting the crowd pumped up before climbing into the ring and standing on opposite corners of the ring to signal to the crowd.
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.
The fans cheer as the high flying Nate Adams starts the match off strongly against the oWo Tag Team Champion with some big right hands from the opening bell. Adams lands an Arm drag to take down his opponent before bouncing into the ropes and hitting a cross body. Cashman slowly gets to his feet but Adams is there with a monkey flip which he then follows up with a springboard dropkick! With Cashman down on the mat, Adams taunts to the crowd before hitting a springboard arm drag and making the cover.
Before the three can be counted Cashman is able to kick out and keep the match alive!
With the rest of the Rebellion on the outside of the ring cheering him on, Cashman fights his way back into the match with a Rolling wheel kick and then a float over snap suplex. Adams gets to his feet and runs at Cashman, but Cashman hits a stun gun before taking advantage with a butterfly suplex! The crowd boo the current Tag Team Champion as he follows up the offence with a pumphandle suplex and then a back suplex onto his opponent! Adams looks in pain as he is pulled to his feet by Cashman who then executes a backbreaker drop before landing a big exploder suplex and making the cover!
No! This week it is Frankie York who saves his partner by distracting the referee. Xander Young quickly jumps into the ring to cut off Frankie York, but as York ducks the spinning kick, Young ends up wiping out Nate Adams which causes the referee to call for the bell!
High Voltage quickly bail out of the ring and make their way back up the entrance ramp as the Rebellion complain to the referee about the outcome of the match up!
Winner via DQ: Nate Adams
Do The Right Thing
The camera heads backstage where pretty interviewer Katie Smith is standing by with former two time oWo Women’s Champion Lucy Von Drake. Von Drake is standing by with a video cued up on the nearby monitor, but doesn’t seem to be at all interested in being interviewed by Katie Smith as she snatches the microphone away from her as soon as she begins to ask the first question.
Katie Smith slowly walks away as Lucy Von Drake shows footage from two weeks ago on the monitor on repeat in slow motion where she lost to Emily Shaw when the referee counted to three despite her foot being on the bottom rope.
Von Drake explains to the watching crowd that it wasn’t the official making a mistake, but that the official had been ordered by Amy Page to make sure that she lost the match and to make sure that Emily Shaw won. Von Drake follows up by threatening Amy Page to stay out of her business moving forward and to do the right thing and book a match for Lucy Von Drake to get another Women’s Championship match!
‘Platinum’ Emily Shaw vs. ‘Hot’ Holly Knight
The lights in the arena dim as “Diamonds” by Rihanna hits the sound system. a spotlight shines down onto the top of the entrance ramp, and after a few seconds ‘Platinum’ Emily Shaw steps into the spotlight to a huge reaction. Shaw stands motionless for a few seconds, before raising her arms in the air as the lights in the arena return to normal. Shaw slowly walks down the entrance ramp, her eyes focused on the squared circle as the fans continue to cheer her on. Shaw climbs into the ring and performs her signature pose once again in the middle of the ring as her music begins to fade out.
“Roar” by Katy Perry hits the sound system, and boos ring out around the arena as the arrogant Holly Knight steps through the curtain onto the top of the entrance ramp. ‘Hot’ Holly Knight poses at the top of the entrance ramp, seemingly oblivious to the reaction from the crowd. After a few seconds Knight walks slowly down the entrance ramp, looking at the members of the crowd in the front row in disgust. Knight carefully climbs into the ring before posing once more in the corner of the ring.
Knight starts the match off strongly against the former oWo Women’s Champion as she nails a Snapmare knee smash right from the opening bell. Knight then follows this up with a forearm smash before landing a dragon screw to take down her opponent! Knight waits for Shaw to get to her feet back landing a stiff backbreaker.
Knight taunts Shaw to get to her feet again, but Shaw slaps the taste out of her opponents mouth before following that up with a Backpack Facebuster! Shaw shouts at Knight to get to her feet before landing a Teardrop Suplex and then a Russian Leg Sweep! Knight looks in pain as Shaw pulls her up to a standing position and hits a Hammerlock Reverse DDT before flipping of her opponent as she gets up and landing a Capture Suplex!
Knight tries to fight her way back into the match with some wild right hands, but Shaw lands a big head butt on her opponent before positioning her for her finishing move! Shaw lands a ‘Atomic #78’ in the middle of the ring on Holly Knight before making the cover!
It’s all over and Emily Shaw continues to build up momentum with a big win over Holly Knight! Emily Shaw celebrates the victory in the middle of the ring, but is she any closer to taking on Knight’s best friend Violet Hawkins?
Winner via pinfall: Emily Shaw
Johnny All Star vs. Larry Walker
“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.
The famous loud claps of “We Will Rock You” by Queen echos around the arena as the team of Old School walk out onto the top of the entrance ramp and stand looking out at the crowd who are booing them loudly. Larry Walker and Scotty Duncan nod to each other before marching down the entrance ramp, ignoring all of the fans at ringside and climbing straight into the ring. Duncan and Walker psych each other up in the corner of the ring as they prepare for the battle ahead.
The referee calls for the bell to be rung and Larry Walker looks to use his size advantage over his opponent to get the upper hand! Walker hits a DDT on Johnny All Star to send him down to the mat, before following up with a big Forearm Smash to his opponent. All Star struggles up to his feet holding the side of his head before Walker lands a European Uppercut before following up with a big Sambo Hip Toss. With All Star down on the mat, Walker makes the cover however only gets a two count from the referee.
All Star struggles up to his feet but Walker is straight back on the offence with a firemans carry to take All Star down, before landing a flapjack as he tries to get to his feet. The fans boo loudly as Scotty Duncan cheers his partner on from ringside! Larry Walker continues the offence as he hits a neckbreaker on All Star before pulling him up to his feet and hitting a backbreaker in the middle of the ring! Once again Walker makes the cover, but once again All Star kicks out!
Larry Walker screams at the referee angrily that it should have been a three count, however this gives All Star the chance to slowly rise up to his feet! The fans cheer All Star on as he gets up to a standing position and waits for Walker to get to his feet! All Star tries to get back into the match as he lands a Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex on the big man! With Walker down, All Star tries to chop him down to size by locking in a Figure Four Leg Lock! Walker screams out in pain from the submission hold, however is able to use his large frame to quickly reach the bottom rope.
All Star gets to his feet and waits for Walker to slowly get to his feet before landing a Short Arm Clothesline on the big man! With Walker down, All Star signals for his finishing move! Walker slowly rises up to his feet but he doesn’t see what is coming as All Star lands an All-Star Stunner in the middle of the ring! The fans cheer as All Star quickly hooks the leg and makes the cover!
It’s all over and once again Johnny All Star picks up another victory! All Star rises up to his feet and raises his arm in the air as Scotty Duncan helps his tag team partner out of the ring.
Winner via pinfall: Johnny All Star
Not Championship Material
The camera heads backstage where CJ Dreamer, the oWo Champion is sitting in the locker room watching the celebrations of Johnny All Star in the middle of the ring whilst cutting a promo into the camera.
Dreamer explains into the camera that he watched the last match closely, but he wasn’t impressed at all. Dreamer expands that everyone thinks that Johnny All Star should get another match for the oWo Championship, but Dreamer hasn’t seen one thing from All Star that suggests that he is championship material.
Dreamer finishes up by stating that the rest of the oWo roster better step up, because no one in the oWo right now deserves to challenge him any time soon!
The camera fades out as Dreamer looks deeply into the oWo Championship belt.
Main Event Match
Teddy Rush vs. Victor Holland
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.
‘Flashing Lights’ by Kanye West hits the sound system and the fans boo loudly as the arena is basking in a golden glow. After a few seconds Teddy Rush slowly struts out onto the top of the entrance ramp and poses, causing the boos to increase in volume. Rush looks out in disdain at the crowd before strutting down the entrance ramp and climbing slowly into the ring. Rush removes his entrance jacket and passes it to the ring announcer, before posing on the nearest turnbuckle and soaking in the boos from the crowd with a smirk on his face.
The fans cheer loudly as Victor Holland starts the match off strongly by attacking Teddy Rush straight from the opening bell to try and get some revenge for being cost his oWo Internet Championship match a few weeks ago! Victor Holland lands a Shoulder Block to knock down Rush before grabbing hold of him and landing a Cradle Piledriver in the middle of the ring! The fans cheer loudly for Holland as he follows this up with a Swinging DDT on Rush before making a quick cover.
Rush gets a shoulder up just before the three is counted! Rush gets up to his feet and ducks a big right hand from Holland before fighting back with a springboard Clothesline to take down his opponent. Rush pulls Holland to his feet and lands a Sit-out Full Nelson Facebuster before following that up with a Northern Lights Suplex! Holland looks hurt as Rush continues the offence with a Half and Half Suplex before landing a Downward Spiral and making the cover!
No! Holland manages to get a shoulder up before the three can be counted! Rush looks pissed that he didn’t get the win right there, but quickly grabs Holland and lands a German suplex before following up with a Fisherman Neckbreaker! With Holland down, Rush taunts to the crowd and calls for his finishing move! The fans boo loudly, but as Rush pulls Holland up, Holland spears Rush through the ropes and to the outside of the ring! Holland and Rush brawl on the outside of the ring but seem so intent on tearing each other apart they don’t keep track of the referee counting until ten!
The fans boo loudly as the referee calls for the bell and the double count out! Cyberslam ends in chaos as Holland and Rush both continue to lay into each other with big punches as the security and referees try to break them apart!
Winner: N/A via Double DQ