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11-29-2012, 03:01 PM
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They tried to hurt me. They tried to break me. They tried to fit me into a spot where I can't win. They fear me so they want to break me. But they made me an animal. Now I will feast. I will feast on the company as a tiger feasts on a fat slow panda. There will be blood, and I will drink every drop.

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11-29-2012, 03:56 PM
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*All we see is the shocked and saddened face of Marf. As the camera pans out several destroyed pies come into view. It is an absolute mess and Marf looks ready to cry.*

M: W-who would commit such a travesty!?

*As Marf dry heaves before turning away from the monstrosity we notice the camera pan away further to reveal the name "Farm" written in cream on the wall...*

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11-29-2012, 04:40 PM
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- In HFWF news, there's talk backstage regarding OmniSlash and the Television Championship. There's been numerous talks about who can be a credible contender for the Television Championship, but there's also been talks about potentially taking the championship off OmniSlash by stripping him of the championship, with the storyline being that he hasn't defended it in almost two months (last defense was at Night to Remember). Inside sources say some officials are high on OmniSlash's television character, but some are also wary of him behind the scenes.

- A lot of people are support Marf and how he plays his character.

- Syn Shadow is a big part of the future, thus the reason he's being associated with SheamusFan at the moment. He was SheamusFan's hand chosen talent to be involved in a storyline with him. SheamusFan is also very high on Big Fat Cat, as reported earlier in the week.

- There's a lot of controversy surrounding the "Icicles" character. Many, including Icicles, loves the character, but there's also NBC executives that find the character "too dark" for primetime television, and the antics of the character worry some.

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- Based off a recent report from Wrestling Observer's newsletter, we can confirm that budding superstar Icicle will be taken off of television and repackaged as Eduardo the Happy Mexican. The thought from HFWF is that with their burgeoning popularity, Eduardo the Happy Mexican may be able to attract the key 4-12 demographic and increase merchandise sales. Further reports indicate that Icicle is extremely aggravated at the rumored repackaging and plans on administering a "lifetime of agony" on any who approach him with the idea.

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11-29-2012, 06:11 PM
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- As previously reported by Dave Meltzer, HFWF's first Monday Night Slaughter rating was a 3.39, compared to Monday Night Raw's 3.43. We have the ratings breakdown for Slaughter below segment-by-segment (viewership numbers calculated at each commercial break):


1st Hour (9:00 PM - 10:00 PM):

- End of Line/CrimsonSkorpion segment opened to a 3.77 rating, which is, up to this point, the highest rating segment in HFWF television history (which would be topped later in the night)

- Coado vs. Fro lost 549,000 viewers to a 3.18 quarter. A lot of factors possibly being people expected Icicles, and Coado hasn't really been super active in HFWF in terms of getting over with fans at this point.

- iMarf backstage and StraightEdge's interview lost 189,000 viewers to a 2.78 quarter. This segment coincided with Vince McMahon returning to WWE television on the USA Network, which is the probable cause of the big viewer loss. The tactic is typical WWE. Lose in ratings? Bring Mr. McMahon back to TV. They happened to pick a timeslot where HFWF was filled with backstage segments.

- OmniSlash/Legendary AC interview and the beginning of NYGRYK vs. RWO gained 255,000 viewers to a 3.02 quarter. Monday Night Raw had gone to commercial here.

- The end of NYGRYK vs. RWO plus the run-ins from Jussi and Topshelf gained an extra 17,000 viewers to raise this quarter heading into 10 PM to a 3.13. This is where social media is key. Hear about an excellent match on either show? People are going to tune in. RWO vs. NYGRYK was an excellent wrestling match featured on Slaughter this week.

2nd Hour + Overrun (10:00 PM - 11:15 PM)

- ColePens/Big Fat Cat/SheamusFan segment gained 910,000 viewers to a big 4.07 quarter. Timing was key. WWE no longer looks at 10:00 PM as a huge gaining spot, and they suffered here. In the Raw breakdown, they had a Sheamus/Big Show/David Otunga segment which lost 1,000,000 viewers, with more than 90% turning to HFWF with ColePens advertised.

- ColePens vs. Big Fat Cat lost 294,000 viewers to a 3.68 quarter.

- iRep, Farm and Marf backstage and CPrice/End of Line backstage lost 267,000 viewers to a 3.33 quarter

- Marf vs. Legendary AC and Icicles/Coado/MoFro backstage lost 196,000 viewers to a 3.01 quarter

Overrun segment: - OmniFlash including OmniSlash/CPrice/Topshelf/StraightEdge/ColePens gained 958,000 viewers to a 3.62 quarter. The segment was advertised throughout the night, but this overrun was also going head-to-head with John Cena vs. Ryback in a teased singles match which included run-ins from Ziggler, Punk, and The Shield. That segment gained more than 1,000,000 viewers. What this tells us is there's more than 10,000,000 people in the United States watching wrestling right now. It's safe to say the rise of HFWF, being competitive vs. WWE has peaked interest in professional wrestling again.

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Let's just pretend it's 10 PM, the show was at 7 and we're done the show and the report is out.

Friday, November 30, 2012 - House Show Report from Hartford, CT

The arena was completely sold out, which is how many in a row for HFWF now? Their house show business is booming. CPrice, CrimsonSkorpion and ColePens shirts were sold out. A few OmniSlash t-shirts around and Revolution t-shirts scattered, but popularity in The Revolution has lowered since they haven't been featured as a big group on HFWF television much anymore, but really, they all don't really need it.

To open the show, OmniSlash came out to the ring and cut a promo telling the people that he's stepping into the ring and 9 other men are about to join him to compete in a 10 man battle royal with the winner facing the United States Champion, NYGRYK later tonight. OmniSlash tells the nine other competitors to not even step into the ring with him and for the referee to declare him the winner right now so he can go on and make history and become the FIRST EVER TRIPLE champion in HFWF history. Nonetheless, it didn't work because everyone came out.

1) RWO def. Topshelf, Legendary AC, Jussi, Big Fat Cat, Icicles, OmniSlash, iRep, Fro and Coado @ 11:07 to get a United States Championship match later tonight. Nice little battle royal. OmniSlash cut the promo, yet he was the first one eliminated by iRep within the first 10 seconds of the match, which was comical. Syn Shadow made an appearance coming out from under the ring and eliminating Big Fat Cat second, which led to the two men brawling all the way to the back. OmniSlash stuck around at ringside and was yelling insults to everyone in the match, including Legendary AC. Legendary AC got up on the second rope and yelled at Omni to shut up, which allowed iRep to eliminate him. Legendary AC and OmniSlash had a stare down until OmniSlash walked by him, hitting his shoulder on the way out. Legendary AC followed Omni to the back. The final four were RWO, Jussi, Topshelf and iRep. Marf came down to the ring to offer iRep a pie to re-energize him, which pissed iRep off as he threw the pie away. Marf started crying, distracting iRep some more, and it allowed Topshelf to sneak up behind iRep and eliminate him. The finish came when Jussi and Topshelf were trying to eliminate each other. Jussi just got Topshelf over the top rope to eliminate him and once Jussi turned around, he was immediately met with a dropkick from RWO which eliminated Jussi and got RWO the victory. (**)

Jussi and Topshelf stuck around to have a one-on-one match.

2) Jussi def. Topshelf @ 13:38. Good match. Fast paced action with these two, and they showed they had good chemistry. The match got good time and allowed for both men to get their spots in and get some false finishes in. The finish came when Jussi dodged a clothesline, ran off the ropes and hit Topshelf in the head with a hard running elbow. (***1/4)

Backstage, CPrice cuts a promo talking about the triple threat HFWF World Championship match tonight including him, ColePens and StraightEdge. CPrice says he doesn't give a crap about anything, when it comes to the HFWF World Championship, there are no friends, so tonight, StraightEdge can expect to get his and ColePens can expect to not walk out with the HFWF World Championship tonight, and that's all there is to that.

3) Team MoFro def. Icicles & Coado @ 8:40. Slow and more methodical when Modo was involved, but when Fro got the tag, the pace picked up. Icicles is a big guy in person, but can move really well. He plays his character very well. The finish came when Coado accidentally knocked Icicles off the apron and Fro hit his finisher on Coado and got the pin fall. After the match, Coado pleaded with Icicles and apologized, but Icicles grabbed Coado by the throat and dragged him all the way backstage. Ruh-oh. (**1/2)

4) iRep and Marf def. Legendary AC and OmniSlash in a non-title tag team hardcore match @ 20:11. Really good, chaotic match with a lot of weapon involvement and brawling. They fought through the crowd, up the ramp and even went backstage in gorilla position with cameras catching them. Hard to keep your eyes on all the action at once. The finish came when Legendary AC went for the Flash Kick, but instead of hitting Marf, Marf moved out of the way and Legendary AC hit OmniSlash with the Flash Kick. Legendary AC was then pied by Marf and iRep hit Legendary AC with a steel chair, which allowed Marf to get the pin on OmniSlash and get the win. Post match, Farm appeared on the titantron in a pre-taped promo and told iRep to warm up and get ready for his third match of the night, because after the intermission, iRep is gonna get to live the Farm life! (****)

----------[20 Minute Intermission]----------

5) iRep def. Farm @ 5:31. Really a nothing match. Farm didn't have a chance as iRep completely destroyed Farm from the get go. iRep took a page out of Marf's book and pied Farm and then hit his finisher for the win. (*)

ColePens cuts a promo telling the people that tonight, he steps into the ring and is going to steal the show with a legitimate challenger tonight in CPrice, and then there's StraightEdge, who doesn't deserve all these championship matches and has been pinned as many times as he has by ColePens. ColePens mentions how StraightEdge got pinned twice in one match by ColePens, and that StraightEdge has never won a match without any of his buddies getting involved. ColePens brings up what CPrice said and said tonight, the real match is between ColePens and CPrice, with StraightEdge just being a third, broken down wheel.

6) NYGRYK (c) def. RWO @ 17:43 to retain the United States Championship. Better than their match on Slaughter this past week. Just a tremendous match with great psychology. They continued the story on the knee of RWO, but it was a more back and forth match and great action. The finish came when RWO moved out of the way and NYGRYK hit the exposed steel turnbuckle (that he exposed himself). RWO hit NYGRYK with a dropkick and then went up to the top rope, but NYGRYK got his knees up and RWO crashed hard ribs first on the knees. NYGRYK got him with a codebreaker for the win. (***3/4)

7) End of Line def. CrimsonSkorpion @ 15:02. Tremendous match. End of Line's agility is off the charts for a guy his size and he and CrimsonSkorpion put on a tremendous match. CrimsonSkorpion, surprisingly, got more of a mixed reaction than the full babyface reaction, and End of Line got full heat, but during the match, it was back and forth. End of Line showcased his strength well in this match while CrimsonSkorpion showcased his speed. The finish came when CrimsonSkorpion was setting up for the Eisenkreus, but CPrice appeared on the top of the stage and just watched with his arms crossed. This was enough to distract CrimsonSkorpion as it allowed End of Line time to regroup and then apply the guillotine to CrimsonSkorpion. CrimsonSkorpion was in the hold for about a minute and a half before the referee called for the bell to end the match, giving End of Line the victory. (***1/2)

8) Syn Shadow def. Big Fat Cat @ :39 via disqualification. Literally nothing to this match. As soon as the bell rang, the two brawled and went at it with non-stop punches and once he found the opening, Big Fat Cat gave Syn Shadow a low blow to get disqualified. Big Fat Cat then started pounding away on Syn Shadow and started clawing and biting at his forehead, busting Syn Shadow open before security had to run in and separate the two. (DUD)

Backstage, we see Coado a chain around his ankles and tied to a pole and then his wrists are tied by a chain and tied to another pole, leaving his abdomen exposed. Icicles has a whip and starts mercifully whipping Coado on his abdomen, busting him open from the welts and torn skin. Icicles laughs as Coado screams in pain as the cameras fade.

9) CPrice and ColePens (c) def. StraightEdge @ 23:17 via double pin fall. Really good triple threat match with everyone getting involved. ColePens had a huge pop, CPrice had a good pop as well and StraightEdge was booed out of the building. There were some spots of double teaming between CPrice and ColePens on StraightEdge, and even CPrice/StraightEdge working together for one double suplex before CPrice opening up with rights and lefts on StraightEdge and quickly ending that. The finish was an odd one. StraightEdge was going for the Hawaiian Smasher on ColePens, but ColePens landed on his feet behind StraightEdge and pushed StraightEdge into CPrice, where CPrice hit StraightEdge with a HUGE Stunner. StraightEdge staggered towards ColePens, and ColePens hit StraightEdge with the purple plex and bridged into the pin, but CPrice laid down and hooked the other leg of StraightEdge for a double pin fall, which got a 3. (***3/4)

A lot of confusion happened in the ring as some referees held up CPrice's hand and others held up ColePens' hand in victory. SheamusFan came down and said that the two winners, ColePens and CPrice will have a one-on-one match RIGHT NOW to determine the HFWF World Champion!

10) ColePens (c) def. CPrice @ 7:43 to retain the HFWF World Champion. I was definitely looking forward to this match, but it got limited time and it was obvious CPrice and ColePens were holding back. These possibly saving their best stuff for a program or PPV match soon? Either way, the fans were fully engaged and it was awesome. 14,000 people standing on their feet and making noise for a full eight minutes and it was fantastic stuff. The finish came when the referee was checking on ColePens and CrimsonSkorpion appeared and HIT CPrice in the back of the head with the HFWF World Championship. CrimsonSkorpion dropped the title and ditched the scene, but End of Line ran down and the two men brawled to the back. ColePens had no idea what happened, and was surprised as CPrice wasn't moved. ColePens turned CPrice's dead weight over and got the cover to retain the HFWF World Championship. After a bit of celebrating, ColePens saw a replay of what happened a shook his head in disbelief. ColePens helped CPrice up, but CPrice pushed ColePens away and was disappointed. ColePens and CPrice stared each other down and ColePens raised the HFWF World Championship above his head to conclude the show.

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<--- never got eliminated

I like the idea of "mercifully" whipping someone endlessly, as if the alternative were much worse.


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<--- never got eliminated

I like the idea of "mercifully" whipping someone endlessly, as if the alternative were much worse.


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You both were eliminated it is just the fan writing the review just did not think your eliminations were of enough importance to make note of them.

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House Show Report - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Building was sold out. Hometown boy ColePens had all his merch sold out 10 minutes after the doors opened. CrimsonSkorpion, CPrice and OmniSlash t-shirts scattered. Marf and Revolution shirts, not so much. We were told that new t-shirts for NYGRYK, Legendary AC, End of Line, StraightEdge, Big Fat Cat, Syn Shadow, Icicles and Jussi would be released this Tuesday for sale at shop.hfwf.com.

The ring announcer to open the show reminded us of Mankind's historic bump off the top of a Cell through the announce table back in '98, which took place in Pittsburgh. There was also an announce table set up. Odd. This is a house show. Hmm.

Before we kick off the show, we see ColePens arriving on the titantron to a HUGE pop from the fans. The fans were all on their feet applauding as ColePens was wearing his new HFWF shirt with Pittsburgh colors, black and gold. All of a sudden, StraightEdge appeared with a crowbar and pummeled ColePens. This got MAJOR heat on StraightEdge as the beat down in the parking lot continued for a good 2 - 3 minutes. Security and officials had to run in and push StraightEdge away as the damage had been done.

1) RWO and Jussi vs. NYGRYK and Topshelf fight to a No Contest @ 8:46. Four superb talents in the ring in an opening tag team match, so my expectations were high, but it was a chaotic finish with everyone going at it in the ring to force the referee to call for a no contest via double disqualification. All hell broke loose as there was a four man brawl for a good 3 - 5 minutes until SheamusFan appeared and announced a fatal four way match for NYGRYK's United States Championship right now. (*3/4)

2) NYGRYK (c) def. RWO, Topshelf and Jussi @ 23:13 to retain the United States Championship. Excellent fatal four way match, one of the best I've seen in a while. It didn't follow the formula and everyone was involved at pretty much all times. A lot of fast paced action that all meshed well together. Everyone ended up looking like a star in this one. The finish came when NYGRYK applied a figure four leg lock to RWO in the middle of the ring and as Jussi was trying to crawl into the ring to break up the hold, Topshelf also ran in and kicked Jussi's body so he could be the one to break it up, but it killed too much time as RWO tapped out right after Topshelf kicked Jussi and before Topshelf could break it up. Topshelf's ego got the better of him there. (****1/4)

The ring announcer announced that tonight's main event of ColePens defending the HFWF World Championship against StraightEdge and CPrice in a triple threat steel cage match will still happen, whether ColePens can make the match or not, and even if he can't make it, the HFWF World Championship will STILL be on the line. Wow.

This triggered CPrice to appear on the titantron to a mixed reaction. He says he doesn't approve of what StraightEdge did and everything he did was on his own terms and not The Revolution's. CPrice says that tonight, whether ColePens makes it or not, he's going to kick ass and he's going to become the new HFWF World Champion, which got heat.

3) iRep def. Farm @ 4:22. From the sounds of it, seems exactly like the match between these two in Hartford. iRep completely destroyed Farm and the only offense Farm got in were a few punches to iRep. iRep won with a leg drop off the top rope. (1/2*)

OmniSlash appeared and cut a promo talking **** about Legendary AC. He says Legendary AC has to name himself "Legendary" to make him feel better and to make HIM believe that he's a legend, when everyone else in the world knows AC is far from a legend, and is nothing compared to OmniSlash. OmniSlash says he's been carrying the tag team and he's the single reason that they are the HFWF Tag Team Champions today, and Omni says he's going to do his best to make AC look good and to defend the titles with honour and integrity. Great promo. Omni's destined to be a star.

4) Fro def. Coado @ 9:41. Decent match. Fro did his best to make people care for Coado, but Coado just hasn't been so involved, so it was hard for people to really get into Coado. Fro's destined to break out at any moment though, the crowd was hot for him. Fro won when Coado jumped off the top turnbuckle and Fro took his head off with a HUGE big boot. Post match, Icicles appeared from under the ring as smoke muffled the vision of everyone in the arena. When the lights came back on and the smoke stopped rising, Icicles had Fro in the corner with his green maintenance glove and was suffocating the life out of Fro. Fro was struggling, but couldn't get out. Modo hit the ring with a steel chair and chased off Icicles and Coado. Icicles pulled a whip out from his back pocket and started whipping Coado's back and chest up the ramp as Coado pleaded with Icicles for forgiveness, who continued whipping Coado until they went behind the curtain. Fro is great and Icicles is a really ****ing intriguing character. (**1/4)

We get a backstage segment with iRep and Marf. iRep is telling Marf that this **** with "Farm" isn't funny and that Marf better knock it off. Marf says he has nothing to do with what his twin is doing and tells iRep that evil twins really do exist. Marf then hugs iRep and leaves.

5) Big Fat Cat def. chuckdobbins @ 2:03. Big Fat Cat's character has transitioned into a crazy mofo and it showed here. Non-stop brutality for the two minutes the match went. Chuckdobbins didn't have a chance. Big Fat Cat got the win when he gave repeated headbutts to the skull of chuckdobbins. He hit him with at least 20 headbutts, which busted chuckdobbins open, knocked him out and allowed Big Fat Cat to get the three count. (3/4*)

----------[20 MINUTE INTERMISSION]---------

When we come back from intermission, we see a shot backstage of Big Fat Cat and Syn Shadow brawling relentlessly in the parking lot. They got all sorts of weapons involved and the brawl lasted a good 5-10 minutes before it ended when security, officers and HFWF officials broke it up.

6) Icicles def. Legendary AC @ 12:23. As far as I can remember, this is the longest match Icicles has had yet, and it was really good, of course, he was in there with Legendary AC, but Icicles still held his own and it was a real good match. Legendary AC worked the match as a face and he was over as one very easily with the crowd, as they were instantly on his side. It's that respect factor. About three minutes into the match, OmniSlash made his way out in one of his $800 shirts and sunglasses as he watched the match. He got a mixed reaction as he had the Television Championship around his waist and BOTH tag team championships with him, one resting on each of his shoulders. Legendary AC tried not to let it distract him, but every time Omni yelled out something sarcastic to his partner, it'd throw Legendary AC off. The finish came when OmniSlash jumped up on the apron and told Legendary AC to follow his advice and his guidance and then Legendary AC would truly become a legend, thanks to the legend that is OmniSlash. Legendary AC pushed OmniSlash off the apron to a big pop, but then walked right into a piledriver from Icicles which was good enough for the pin. Post match, Icicles whipped Legendary AC's back in the ring and Omni just stood on the outside and watched. (***1/4)

7) CrimsonSkorpion def. End of Line @ 9:06 via disqualification. Shame the match ended under the circumstances that it did and it got the time (or lack of) it did. I heard good things about the match in Hartford last night and was looking forward to it, but the match didn't even go 10 minutes. It was pretty much End of Line beating down CrimsonSkorpion for 10 minutes (he attacked CrimsonSkorpion from behind during his entrance) and Crimson never had a chance. The finish came when End of Line got too over the top and was choking out CrimsonSkorpion with a guillotine, however, CrimsonSkorpion had his foot on the bottom rope, but End of Line didn't release the hold, causing the disqualification. End of Line was pissed, and went to the outside to get a chair after the match to beat down CrimsonSkorpion some more, but CrimsonSkorpion recovered quick enough to give a spinning heel kick to the steel chair and into End of Line's face, which sent him retreating. Decent stuff. (**3/4)

8) ColePens (c) def. StraightEdge and CPrice @ 35:10 in a triple threat Steel Cage match to retain the HFWF World Championship. Great match. Before the match, there was an announcement that ColePens would not make it and that the championship would still be on the line, so it was CPrice vs. StraightEdge, two Revolution members, one-on-one. StraightEdge wasn't sure what to do as CPrice offered StraightEdge the first shot. There was stalling for the first five minutes of StraightEdge not knowing what to do as they tested strength, locked up and then CPrice offered the first shot. CPrice insulted StraightEdge enough that StraightEdge finally gave CPrice the first shot. CPrice unloaded with shots and the match got off hot as the fans were solidly on CPrice's side. The one-on-one encounter between CPrice and StraightEdge lasted a solid 25 minutes, and it was VERY good. StraightEdge had CPrice up for the Hawaiian Smasher, and CPrice was dripping blood, he was bleeding profusely, but before StraightEdge could execute it, the roof exploded as ColePens came running down with a bandage on his head. The fans blew the roof off the Mellon Arena as ColePens climbed the cage and entered it and started unleashing on StraightEdge. ColePens busted StraightEdge open and completely dismantled StraightEdge. The finish came when StraightEdge was climbing up the cage slowly to escape for victory, and ColePens, instead of chasing after him, hit a Purple Plex on CPrice and bridged to get the pin fall just as StraightEdge reached the top of the cage, giving ColePens the win and the fans went nuts. ColePens then smirked as he was handed the HFWF World Championship, but then ran up and climbed the cage to meet StraightEdge on the top. The two started exchanging rights and lefts on the top of the cage and were even standing on the top and staggering as they were about to fall. ColePens got the advantage...AND THEN THREW STRAIGHTEDGE OFF THE TOP OF THE CAGE AND THREW THE ANNOUNCE TABLE! DID NOT expect that on a house show! ColePens posed on the top of the cage to send the fans home happy. (****1/2)

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