Fri. Aug 14th, 2020

oWo Cyberslam #322

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Teddy Rush takes on the #1 ranked fighter in the oWo, Johnny All Star, in the main event.

Cyberslam #322
2nd March 2020
oWo Arena, Los Angeles, California


Opening

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 take on the current #1 ranked fighter in the oWo, Johnny All Star!



Single Match
Leon Ventura vs. Harrington Walters

“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.

“The Kids Aren’t Alright” by The Offspring hits the sound system and the fans boo loudly as Harrington Walters cockily steps onto the top of the entrance ramp with his arms in the air! Walters poses at the top of the entrance ramp, and the fans boo loudly the self proclaimed ‘Urban Gladiator’. Walters waves away the boos before running down the entrance ramp and sliding head first into the ring. Walters quickly jumps to the second rope of the nearest turnbuckle and nods his head in time with the music attempting to look cool. The fans continue to boo Walters as the music slowly fades out and he warms up for the match with some shadow boxing in the corner.

Venutra runs at Walters straight off of the bat and runs at him before taking him down and pounding him on the mat. Harrington Walters tries to get back up to his feet, but he is caught with a spinebuster from Leon Ventura!

With Walters down on the mat, Ventura shows the fans as he signals for his finishing move already! Harrington Walters slowly staggers up to his feet not knowing what is coming, before turning around and being nailed with a big powerslam in the middle of the ring on Leon Ventura! Ventura quickly makes the cover and scores the three count for an empathic quick victory!

After the match Leon Ventura celebrates the big victory which is certain to move him up the rankings at the expense of his young opponent!

Winner via pinfall: Leon Ventura



Backstage

The camera heads to the backstage area where the pretty oWo interviewer Katie Smith is standing by with Teddy Rush. Rush is not yet dressed for battle, and is still wearing his street clothes which includes a big gold chain around his neck.

Katie Smith: “Teddy, tonight you take on the current #1 ranked fighter in the oWo when you battle Johnny All Star in the main event. How do you rate your chances against one of the best in the oWo?”

Teddy Rush: “One of the best in the oWo, are you serious?”

Katie Smith: “Well he is the #1 ranked……”

Teddy Rush: “Don’t worry about those rankings girl, All Star is only at the top because he fights bums every week and gets his way to the top. Well tonight all that comes to an end because he is stepping to a bonafide main eventer. All Star can’t hang with me when it comes to that squared circle. Tonight I will expose him for the fraud that he is when I beat him for the 1, 2, 3!”

Rush poses into the camera as the interview fades out and the camera heads back to the ringside area for the next match.



Single Match
Xander Young vs. Morales

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.

“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.

Young starts the match with a big suplex on his opponent into a cover, however only gets a two count. Morales fights back into the match by working the arm of his opponent, only for Young to counter into a side head lock takedown. Young works Morales over in the corner of the ring before heading to the top rope and hitting a reverse tornado DDT! Young makes another cover but only gets another two count.

Young lands some right hands before landing a running knee in the corner on his opponent. Young heads to the top rope and lands a diving forearm onto Morales, before stomping away on his opponent! Morales struggles to get to his feet, but Young lands a big right hand. Morales fights back with a big chop before dropping Young across the top rope! Morales lands some big stomps, but Young counters with a knee to the midsection. Young sends Morales into the corner and lands a running double knee to the face before pulling him out of the corner and making the cover!

One,

Two,

Three!

It’s all over and Xander Young picks up the victory! Sara Young and Christian Cashman climb into the ring with the retired oWo Tag Team Championship belts, and the Rebellion hold them high in the air as Morales stumbles out of the ring in pain.

Winner via pinfall: Xander Young



Backstage

The camera heads backstage to the office of oWo Owner Amy Page who is standing by with Katie Smith, who as always has a microphone in her hand. Both ladies are watching the celebrations of the Rebellion on a nearby TV.

Katie Smith: “Thanks for giving us a quick word Amy, I know your busy. What we really want to know is what are your thoughts on the Rebellion celebrating out there right now with the oWo Tag Team Championship belts, belts that you retired only a month or so ago?”

Amy Page: “I know the Rebellion are unhappy about the Tag Team division being retired here in the oWo, but they need to get over it. I don’t know what they think they are going to achieve waiving those belts out around there, but Sara Young better get herself ready because she has a match up next, against Holly Knight!”

Page shakes her head as she watches the Rebellion make their way backstage as the scene fades out and heads to a commercial break.



Single Match
Holly Knight vs. Sara Young

“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.

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.

Young sends Knight into the corner of the ring from the opening bell before landing a big snap suplex. Both ladies trade big right hands, before Young takes down her opponent with an arm drag before stomping away on Knight. Young follows up with a face slam before taunting the fans. Young looks for a right hand, but Knight counters and sends Young into the corner. Knight then slams Young face first into the turnbuckle before lifting her to the top rope and then landing a hurricanrana!

Knight leaps down onto Young to make the cover, but only gets a two. Young fights back with a neckbreaker on Knight before working her neck into the middle of the ring. Knight fights back with a neckbreaker of her own! Knight makes the cover, but Young gets a kick out before the three! On the outside of the ring Christian Cashman distracts Knight, which gives Young the chance to recover and then land a spinning heel kick! Young quickly dives on her opponent and makes the cover, but Knight just kicks out in time!

Sara Young looks furious as she bounces into the ropes and then lands a running knee to the face of Knight as she tries to get up! Sara Young makes the cover and puts her feet on the ropes, but the referee notices before the three and stops the count!

Young argues with the referee before stomping away on Holly Knight. Knight gets to her feet and fights back with a big clothesline! Knight lands some more clotheslines before landing a face buster on Young! Holly Knight lifts Sara Young up and lands the ‘Rack Attack’ in the middle of the ring before making the cover and scoring the three count!

The fans boo loudly towards Holly Knight as she taunts the rest of the Rebellion in the ring as she celebrates her big victory over Sara Young!

Winner via pinfall: Holly Knight



Backstage

After the surprise victory for Holly Knight over Sara Young, the camera heads backstage once again to the interview area where the busiest lady in wrestling today, Katie Smith, is standing with Victor Holland who has a match up next!

Katie Smith: “Victor, you have a match up next against Larry Walker, are you aiming for revenge after the beat down you suffered at the hands of Walker and Duncan a few weeks ago?”

Victor Holland: “Your damn right I am Katie. However this isn’t the match I wanted or asked for, I wanted both men and Amy Page has only given me half of what I asked for. That’s bad news for Walker because tonight he is going to take two men’s worth of ass kicking!”

Victor Holland marches away from the interview area and towards the gorilla position, with his match up next!



Single Match
Victor Holland vs. Larry Walker

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 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.

Holland looks for a big right hand, but Walker is there with a flapjack before using his size advantage to keep his opponent grounded. The fans cheer as Holly fights back with a Lui Thesz takedown, before flipping Walker over into a Boston crab! Holland looks for the early submission, but Walker uses his size to fight out. Holland grabs Walker and throws him into the corner, before dropping a big elbow as be bounces back. Holland makes the cover, but Walker gets a shoulder up after two.

Walker rises up to his feet and lands some big right hands to Holland, but Holland lands a big back body drop before stomping away on Walker. Walker tries to fight back again with right hands, before sending Holland into the corner. Holland lands a big boot to Walker as he runs at him in the corner, before taking him down with a rolling arm drag! Walker staggers up on the ropes, and Holland clotheslines him to the outside of the ring!

Holland follows Walker out and lands a big suplex on the floor on his opponent as the referee begins to count! Holland pulls Walker up and sends him back into the ring, but somehow Walker fights back with an arm drag! Walker lands a big DDT in the middle of the ring before making a cover on Holland, and getting a close two count! Holland struggles to his feet and lands a swinging Falcon arrow on his opponent before signalling for his finisher!

The fans rise up to their feet as Holland loads Walker onto his shoulders before landing a Natural Driver in the middle of the ring! Holland drops down and makes the cover and picks up an impressive three count over Larry Walker!

Winner via pinfall: Victor Holland



Main Event
Teddy Rush vs. Johnny All Star

‘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.

“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.

All Star lands a running forearm right from the opening bell, before stomping away on his opponent. Rush rolls to his feet and lands a forearm of his own before landing a snapmare and stomps to the back of his opponent. Rush stomps away on All Star before locking him in a arm bar submission hold, however All Star fights his way out and battles to his feet. Rush catches All Star with an impressive spinning suplex before pulling him into the middle of the ring and trying again for the arm bar submission!

All Star struggles to the ropes, before getting to his feet and landing a snap suplex. All Star sends Rush into the corner of the ring before making the cover after a stiff clothesline. All Star lands a snap mare before locking in a reverse chin lock. Rush staggers up to his feet before fighting out with back elbows. Rush lands a release suplex on All Star, but All Star fights back with a falcon arrow! Rush refuses to stay down as he lands a cross roads in the middle of the ring before heading to the apron. Rush springboards into the ring to land a big forearm on All Star before hitting a ‘Total Rush’! The fans are in shock as Teddy Rush makes the cover on All Star!

One,

Two,

Three!

It’s all over and to the shock of the crowd Teddy Rush has knocked off the current #1 ranked fighter in the oWo! Rush celebrates in the ring like he has just won the title as the referee checks on All Star after the painful finishing move. Cyberslam heads off of the air as Teddy Rush celebrates his massive main event victory!

Winner via pinfall: Teddy Rush


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