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  1. #1

    ECW: The Revival!



    General Manager
    Paul Heyman

    Announce Team
    Joey Styles
    Taz

    Ring Announcer/Interviewer
    Abraham Washington

    Producers/Trainers
    2 Cold Scorpio
    Dean Malenko
    Shane Douglas
    Jazz

    After repairing what was a rocky relationship to say the least, Paul Heyman has found himself back in the good graces of Vince McMahon. After much discussion of ways to grow the WWE Brand, Mr. McMahon reluctantly agreed to let Paul revive ECW! As part of the agreement Mr. McMahon gave Paul Heyman full creative control, and should ECW prove not to be as profitable as Vince had hoped, he has the authority to strip Paul Heyman of all power. Mr. Heyman however has vowed this will not happen, saying that the reason he asked for full creative control was if he was going to make ECW profitable for Mr. McMahon he had to do it his way.
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  2. #2
    Roster

    ECW Superstars
    Big Show
    Buh Buh Ray Dudley
    Chris Jericho
    Danny Doring
    D-Von Dudley
    Goldust
    Jack Swagger
    Justin Credible
    Kane
    Kid Kash
    Kofi Kingston
    The Miz
    Mark Henry
    Raven
    Rey Mysterio
    Rhino
    Roadkill
    Rob Van Dam
    Sabu
    The Sandman
    Sheamus
    Spike Dudley
    Steve Corino
    Stevie Richards
    Tommy Dreamer
    Tyson Kidd
    William Regal
    Yoshihiro Tajiri
    Zack Ryder

    ECW Divas
    Alicia Fox
    Brie Bella
    Natalya
    Nikki Bella
    Rosa Mendes

    Legends Deals
    Al Snow
    Cactus Jack
    Jerry Lynn
    Lance Storm
    New Jack
    Terry Funk

    ECW Tag Teams
    The Bella Twins (Brie Bella & Nikki Bella)
    Danny Doring & Roadkill
    The Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray Dudley, D-Von Dudley, Spike Dudley)
    Team Bella (Alicia Fox, Brie Bella, Nikki Bella)
    Tyson Kidd & Natalya
    The Un-Americans (Lance Storm & William Regal)
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  3. #3
    ECW Pay-Per-View Schedule
    Guilty as Charged
    CyberSlam (Fan’s Vote)
    Living Dangerously (ECW’s Money in the Bank)
    Barely Legal (All Cage/Cell/Chamber Matches)
    Wrestlepalooza
    One Night Stand
    Heat Wave (Inferno Themed Matches)
    Hardcore Heaven (All Hardcore Match Stipulations)
    Anarchy Rulz (ECW’s Royal Rumble)
    ECW Supershow
    November to Remember (ECW’s WrestleMania)
    Massacre on 34th Street
    December to Dismember

    Upcoming Pay-Per-View Card



    ECW World Television Championship
    The Miz vs. Rhino

    ECW World Heavyweight Championship
    Goldust w/ Raven vs. Mark Henry
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  4. #4
    ECW News & Notes

    ECW Champions



    ECW World Heavyweight Champion
    Mark Henry (04/24/2016 - ???)


    ECW World Television Champion
    Rhino (03/29/16 - 04/24/2016, 26 Days)
    The Miz (04-24-2016 - ???)


    ECW World Tag Team Champion
    Danny Doring & Roadkill (03/29/16 - 04/24/2016, 26 Days)
    The Dudley Boyz [Buh Buh Ray & D-Von] (04/24/2016 - ???)
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  5. #5
    ECW Episode 1
    ECW Arena Philadelphia, PA

    The camera comes into a packed house chanting ECW! Then loud cheers are heard as out comes Paul Heyman with his familiar strut. As he enters the ring he is handed a mic as he begins to speak, surrounded by three podiums each covered by a long red cloth.

    Paul Heyman Promo



    Heyman welcomes everyone to the revival of ECW on the WWE Network. He talks about how an ECW resurrection was tried once and failed miserably, but says this time it will be different because he has full creative control, and is going to bring ECW back to its glory days at the height of their success, just with a more modern feel. He goes on to explain the parameters of the deal he and Mr. McMahon made.

    Heyman then moves on to talk about the current state of ECW, the roster being a mix of new and old, and the titles on the show. He mentions that he is going to crown the rightful champions right now, starting with the ECW World Tag Team Championships, as he removes the first red cloth from the leftmost podium revealing the titles. He says that the previous champions never technically lost their titles, so therefore he is going to recrown them champions, and Heyman welcomes out Danny Doring and Roadkill! Heyman plugs the two men being guests on the Abraham Washington Show later tonight.

    The men make their way to the ring as Heyman smiles, shakes hands and awards both men with their respective belts as they make their way to the back. Heyman then removes the red cloth from the rightmost podium to reveal the ECW World Television Championship.

    Heyman says that the same situation occurred with the ECW World Television Championship, the champion never lost, and by the same logic he is going to recrown Rhino as the ECW World Television Champion!

    Out comes Rhino to cheers as he is greeted by Heyman. The two men shake hands and Heyman awards Rhino with the title. Rhino makes his way to the back as Heyman removes the final red cloth from the middle podium to reveal the ECW World Heavyweight Championship.

    Heyman says that by now everyone thinks they have figured out what he is doing, but he tells them they are wrong. He says that the last ECW World Heavyweight Champion, Ezekiel Jackson, never lost his championship either, and that while he would like to stick to the same logic and recrown him champion, he cannot because they were unable to come to terms on a contract, and as a result the title is currently vacant. Heyman says he has a plan though, because at the first ECW Pay-Per-View since the revival, Barely Legal on the WWE Network, where all matches will take place inside either a Steel Cage, Hell in a Cell, or the Elimination Chamber, the ECW World Heavyweight Championship will be contested inside the Elimination Chamber! He says over the next two weeks there will be six qualifying matches, with the winners gaining entry into the match, but with a twist. They will be Beat the Clock matches, where the winners times in order of shortest to longest will determine the entry order in the match.

    Heyman says that’s enough talking let’s get down to brass tax and get this show on the road. He then tosses the mic to the stagehand and walks up the ramp and to the back as the show heads to a commercial.

    Commercial.


     

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  6. #6
    Joey Styles and Taz introduce themselves and recap the announcements Paul Heyman made before the break. Then the music of Kid Kash plays as he makes his way down to the ring for the first match he slaps hands with a few audience members. Out next is Tyson Kidd with Natalya in tow, he disregards the fans but Natalya does not, as he makes his way into the ring.

    Match 1: Kid Kash vs. Tyson Kidd w/ Natalya

    The match is a fast paced one from the onset lined with many quick kicks and strikes, and some high flying maneuvers. A big spot in the match comes when Kid Kash attempts a somersault plancha on Tyson Kidd outside the ring, but Kidd counters with a roundhouse kick to the midsection. Kidd would throw Kash into the ring and hit him with a springboard elbow drop, but only good for a two count. The finish to the match sees Kash hit a springboard somersault corner to corner missile dropkick good for a 3 count.

    Natalya checks on Tyson Kidd in the ring as Kid Kash rolls out and slaps hands with fans as he heads up the ramp to the back. Tyson Kidd looks on glaring toward Kash. Styles and Taz talk about the match and the victory for Kid Kash before telling us up next will be the first Beat the Clock Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match.

    Commercial.

    We come back from commercial where Kid Kash is seen walking around the backstage area. He is asked by the camera man his thoughts on the return of ECW and how it felt to be back out there getting the victory. As Kash goes to answer from out of nowhere comes Tyson Kidd beating down Kid Kash. Natalya tries to stop Kidd but he is in a zone. Kidd eventually puts Kash down for good with a Swinging Fisherman Suplex, before locking in a Sharpshooter. Refs and backstage personnel come over pleading with Tyson to break the hold as they try to pry him off. Eventually they are able to get Tyson off of Kid Kash and Kidd looks on at the destruction he left behind. Natalya tries asking what’s wrong but Kidd does not answer. Instead Tyson just walks off with Natalya following behind.



    Styles and Taz talk about the attack by Tyson Kidd, and his frustration from losing the match prior. The familiar music of Al Snow hits and he is out with his famous manikin head as the audience members all shake their manikin heads as well. Out next is Rey Mysterio to cheers from the crowd.

    Match 2: Beat the Clock Elimination Chamber Qualifier: Al Snow vs. Rey Mysterio

    Al Snow gains control of the match early using his size advantage, but also having enough quickness to keep up with Mysterio. Mysterio turns the match around when Snow attempts a springboard moonsault from the apron to Mysterio down below. Mysterio though is able to duck, Snow lands on his feet, Mysterio jumps on the apron and takes him down with a hurricanrana. Mysterio gets a couple close falls but is unable to put Snow away until he is able to hit the 619 followed by the Droppin’ Da Dime (springboard leg drop) good for the 3 count. Time of the match 10:08

    Styles and Taz talk about Rey Mysterio qualifying for the Elimination Chamber match for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship at Barely Legal, and talk about the time he has set. They then announce that after the break, as Paul Heyman mentioned at the top of the show, we will see the Abraham Washington Show, with guests, the newly crowned ECW World Tag Team Champions Danny Doring and Roadkill.

    Commercial.


     

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  7. #7
    Abraham Washington Show



    In the ring we see a red carpet laid down in the ring with a monitor showing the Abraham Washington Show logo. One main single sofa chair is set up, and then right next to that is a long couch. There are tables with mugs on them in front of the couch. The music hits and down the ramp comes Abraham Washington, getting booed soundly. He makes his way into the ring with a big smile on his face as he sarcastically thanks the fans for their applause.

    Abraham Washington welcomes us to the show and talks about how nice it is to be back on the air, as he knows everyone missed his weekly show while he and ECW were away. He then talks about how he is bringing back his great weekly interviews, and then goes on to introduce his guests, the newly crowned ECW World Tag Team Champions, Danny Doring and Roadkill.

    Out come the two men with their newly received title belts. They make their way down to the ring as Abraham Washington shakes each man’s hand and they take their seats. The first question asked is how they feel about ECW coming back, and what they expect from the show and the roster.

    Doring and Roadkill talk about how the scenery has definitely changed and that there are a lot of fresh faces on the roster they aren’t used to seeing. They say though they trust Paul Heyman to bring ECW back to greatness and expect big things to happen, especially since there is an old school feel just with a more modern look.

    Abraham Washington then asks about them being awarded the ECW World Tag Team Championships, whether or not they thought they deserved it and if they see any prospective contenders on the roster.

    Doring and Roadkill start talking about how they never did technically lose the belts last time before ECW closed their doors the first time. They talk about how they understand a lot has changed but they were in the midst in one of the longer tag team title reigns before ECW closed and they were stripped of their titles. Their answer to the question is that yes, they do still think they deserve being awarded the titles. They then go to address contenders on the roster when they are cut off by the music of…



    The Dudley Boyz! Out come Buh Buh and D-Von as Abraham Washington looks frustrated that his show is being interrupted. Doring and Roadkill stand in the ring as they place their belts on the table as the Dudley Boyz make their way into the ring as they grab mics from a stagehand.

    Abraham Washington asks what right they think they have coming out here and interrupting his show, because they weren’t invited guests.

    Buh Buh tells him that frankly they don’t give a damn what he has to say, tell him to shut up, and says that he and D-Von wouldn’t want to be invited as guests on this piece of crap show anyways. D-Von then moves on to talk to Doring and Roadkill. Both he and Buh Buh express their respect for Doring and Roadkill but say if any team was deserving of being awarded the belts, it would be them seeing as though the Dudley Boyz have the most tag team championship reigns in the history of ECW.

    Doring and Roadkill pick up their titles as they talk about their respect for the Dudley Boyz, and that while they respect their opinion they are wrong. They talk about how not only were they the last champions but their one reign was at 129 days, the Dudley Boyz eight reigns totaled 291 days, which is just an average title reign of about 36 days. Doring and Roadkill talk about how if ECW had not closed its doors they were well on their way to moving past the Dudley Boyz for longer reigns in their one compared to the Dudley’s eight. Doring and Roadkill talk about how in fact their one reign was 37 days longer than the Dudley Boyz longest title reign. Doring and Roadkill once again talk about their respect for the Dudley Boyz and how they are one of if not the most decorated tag team in history, but that they disagree with them, and that Doring and Roadkill are indeed deserving of being crowned ECW World Tag Team Champions.

    The Dudley Boyz talk about how none of their statistics matter, and if they want to truly find out who is more deserving of being the tag team champions, they will put their belts on the line at the next Pay-Per-View Barely Legal!

    Doring and Roadkill mull it over before agreeing to the match. They then talk about since the match will be occurring at Barely Legal, all matches need to take place inside a Steel Cage, Hell in a Cell, or the Elimination Chamber. They say they will agree to put their titles on the line against the Dudley Boyz at Barely Legal if they accept their challenge for the match to be inside a Steel Cage… surrounded by barbed wire!

    The Dudley Boyz accept the terms of Doring and Roadkill as they get face to face and Doring and Roadkill raise their belts high in the air. Abraham Washington then buts in saying only on his show will you see something like this before both teams give him a stare down. He backs off and away as the two teams go back to staring at one another.

    Styles and Taz talk about the match that was just made for Barely Legal before heading to commercial.

    Commercial.


     

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  8. #8
    Styles and Taz welcome us back before talking about what happened before the break. The music of Kofi Kingston hits as he is out to cheers, and Styles and Taz talk about this is the next Beat the Clock Elimination Chamber Qualifying match. Out next is ECW Legend Terry Funk, to big roars from the audience.

    Match 3: Beat the Clock Elimination Chamber Qualifier: Kofi Kingston vs. Terry Funk

    Kofi Kingston starts the match using his speed and quickness to duck the advances of Terry Funk. Kingston uses quick strikes and kicks while avoiding Funks offense. Eventually though Funk is able to corner Kingston and slow the match down. Funk tries to wear down Kingston with combinations of punches and chops. Funk has a close call in the match after hitting an atomic drop he hits a hangman’s neckbreaker which is good for a two count. Kingston though is able to use his speed to regain control of the matchup. The finish comes with Kofi hitting the Boom Drop followed by Trouble in Paradise good for the three count. Time of the match 9:12.



    Styles and Taz talk about the victory for Kingston and notes his time was good enough to beat the time recorded by Rey Mysterio. They also speculate how this may be the biggest victory in the career of Kofi Kingston.

    The camera then fades to the office of Paul Heyman when we hear a knock on the door. Heyman tells the person to come in and in walks The Miz. Heyman asks what The Miz wants, and Miz questions Heyman asking if it’s not obvious. Heyman tells Miz he doesn’t have time to be playing games, and asks what he wants. The Miz asks how Heyman can possibly give Abraham Washington an interview with the ECW World Tag Team Champions on his second rate show. The Miz says those are the interviews he should be conducting on his show, the most must see talk show on television and definitely in ECW in history, Miz TV. Heyman asks Miz if he truly feels his show is the most must see programming on television and Miz nods his head. Heyman then tells Miz he will give him a chance to prove himself next week when he opens up the show on Miz TV, with his guest, the ECW World Television Champion, Rhino! Miz smiles, and Heyman asks if there is anything else he can do for him, to which Miz shakes his head no, and Heyman tells him to leave.



    Commercial.

    Styles and Taz welcome us back and talk about the segment announced for next week. The music of Big Show hits as the World’s Largest Athlete makes his way to the ring, for the final Qualifier for the Elimination Chamber match for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship. Out next is the World’s Strongest Man, Mark Henry.

    Main Event: Beat the Clock Elimination Chamber Qualifier: Big Show vs. Mark Henry

    The match starts with the two big men standing toe to toe, and then trading huge blows in the middle of the ring. Mark Henry takes early control of the matchup winning the battle. Henry tries to wear down Big Show early with a bearhug and a nerve hold. Big Show turns the match when rolling out of the way of a splash from Henry. Henry turns the matchup in his favor when Big Show goes for the chokeslam but he is stopped when Henry uses his massive reach and hand to grip around the throat of Big Show to break the attempt. The finish of the match sees Mark Henry pick the Big Show up for and hits the World’s Strongest Slam good for the three count. Time of the match 12:46

    Styles and Taz talk about the huge win for Mark Henry in the battle of the giants, but do note his time was not good enough to be that of Kofi Kingston and in fact was not good enough to even beat Rey Mysterio, so as it stands, only knowing three out of the six entrants, Mark Henry would be entering first. They show an updated graphic with the pictures of Mark Henry, Kofi Kingston, and Rey Mysterio with three shaded out figures with a question mark. Styles and Taz talk about the show for next week, with Miz TV kicking off the broadcast, as well as finding out the final three entrants into the ECW World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber match at Barely Legal. The broadcast ends with Big Show rolling around on the ground in pain as Mark Henry celebrates the victory.
    Last edited by G.G.G.; 05-07-2016 at 08:51 PM.


     

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  9. #9
    EC-DUB! EC-DUB! EC-DUB!

    So, I checked out the first show man, pretty good. I think it's set the tone well for what's to come- very much a mixture of the old school ECW meets the future ECW. The roster is very interesting with a few surprise choices and that makes me excited too see how you go about booking your show and the feuds/stories you are going to create.

    Good choices with the Titles, especially with Rhino who's one of my favorites of ECW. I can't actually remember Doring & Roadkill but there backstory made sense and that looks like it's going to be a cool feud between them at the Dudley Boyz. Steel Cage Match surrounded by Barb Wire, Awesome!

    The Beat the Clock announcement was cool and I'm excited too see who competes for the World Championship. First match I could picture in my head as no doubt Kidd and Kash would put on a great display- love the choice of having Kidd make a real statement after losing the match too. Rey, Kofi and Mark Henry were fine with me- though I would have liked too have seen Terry Funk mix it up in the Chamber, that would have been nice.

    I'll be reading along bro, nice start and good luck!

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    Feud of the Year 2012 - Ramon/Clique
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  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by THE HEARTBREAK KID View Post
    EC-DUB! EC-DUB! EC-DUB!

    So, I checked out the first show man, pretty good. I think it's set the tone well for what's to come- very much a mixture of the old school ECW meets the future ECW. The roster is very interesting with a few surprise choices and that makes me excited too see how you go about booking your show and the feuds/stories you are going to create.

    Good choices with the Titles, especially with Rhino who's one of my favorites of ECW. I can't actually remember Doring & Roadkill but there backstory made sense and that looks like it's going to be a cool feud between them at the Dudley Boyz. Steel Cage Match surrounded by Barb Wire, Awesome!

    The Beat the Clock announcement was cool and I'm excited too see who competes for the World Championship. First match I could picture in my head as no doubt Kidd and Kash would put on a great display- love the choice of having Kidd make a real statement after losing the match too. Rey, Kofi and Mark Henry were fine with me- though I would have liked too have seen Terry Funk mix it up in the Chamber, that would have been nice.

    I'll be reading along bro, nice start and good luck!
    Thanks for the review

    I have some surprising choices for the Elimination Chamber match, not sure how they will go over, but it's all part of a bigger plan.


     

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