E-Wrestling for Cagesiders: Wednesday Night Revival forSeptember 5th, 2012


This is Dannie Ray, Head of Creative for Revival Pro Wrestling and Chief Operating Officer.

If you are not familiar with RPW, we are a group of Cagesiders who have joined forces to create their own brand of wrestling entertainment where everyone has made and developed unique characters that face each other fortnightly on their quest to become the RPW Heavyweight Champion.

RPW is essentially a Fictional Wrestling Company directed by and for Professional Wrestling fans, much of RPW emerges from the frustration we have in how WWE presents and books wrestling.

We try to have a little bit of everything for everyone and avoid taking things too seriously; in the end our main goal is just to provide fun to both readers and writers.

If you want to join either as a character or as a fan, be sure to join our mailing list.

If you are a part of our mailing list you already got the show, and hopefully have read it as well. If you are already part of the show but haven't joined our mailing list please do so and please use this FanPost to leave your comments on the show as well.

The show is read in PDF FORMAT but you can also check out an extensive review after the jump, if you are participating in the fed, I'd recommend on reading the full show.

Now, the show can be a fairly long read and it might be a bit of a hassle to go through it without knowing the characters and stories, but if you have even the slightest interest on following us, I would recommend to read our extensive review of it after the jump


WNR was Live from Long Island, New York. and it was the go home episode for British Uprising, RPW's next PPV airing September 23th.

The Show opened up with our new RPW Heavyweight Champion "The Liverpool Sensation" Douglas Gallagher. Douglas Gallagher had his championship celebration after pinning Former Champion Ian Jones on the previous Episode in a suprising upset. Gallagher invited a little kid to celebrate with him as a part of RPW's new partnership with the Happy Dreams Foundation. Gallagher was in a weird predicament as there was no clear title challenger for British Uprising since the #1 contender Aron Scythe already had a scheduled match against former champion Ian Jones.

Throughout the show we were treated to clips of RPW superstar meeting up with kids for the Happy Dreams Fundation, it is amazing how important was for the kids to share some moments with the superstars of RPW.

Brett Bannion was finally back on TV and he came up big with a win over Malcolm Valenzuela, he also took some time to answer Alex Monroe's challenge for a British Uprising match, he also spat on Monroe which made "The Lethal Injection" as furious as you can get.

Enigma has really seemed to have lost track of himself lately and much of it can be atrributed to the effects of Ronnie Reynolds messing with him and trying to uncover his real identity, RPW Heavyweight Champion Douglas Gallagher had a talk with Enigma and encouraged to try to refocus and return to his roots, assuring him that it would've a formula for sucess, Enigma looked pumped.

El Omega 23 tapped out Emerson Favreau with the Bridging Crossface Chickenwing in a very physical contest, afterwards, Omega's manager Don Diego San Martin claimed that Omega deserved a Heavyweight title shot because he was the last man to defeat current champ Gallagher.

Damien Wolfe finally completed his Anger Management course and is now clear to return to RPW.

Kirk Cobain became the new number 1 contender for the no Limits title as he defeated Leonard Knox in a hard fought bout, Sirius Danger continued to get involved with Cobain taunting him several times during the show and even during the match itself. Danger also appeared to have orchestrated for Taiga to appear on the Revival-Tron with what appeared to be Knox's Girlfriend.

Enigma was viciously attacked backstage by two guys dressed up as staff, everything points to Ronnie Reynold's and his crew being behind the attack but there is no concrete proof linking them to it.

Excellence had a scheduled match with Enigma, a match that never happened because Enigma had to be carried into a nearby hospital instead, Excellence wasn't happy at all about this.

El Omega 23 wasn't the only one who wanted to get that Heavyweight title shot at the PPV, Jafaar al-Sultan also made a compelling case for it. While the 1%'ers argued with the South Americans about who should get the title shot, #1 contender Aron Scythe appeared on the RevivalTron to say that he would announce his decision later during the show, would he give up his title to face Ian Jones or would he face Douglas Gallagher for the coveted belt?

Ian Jones came out to address his situation, he wasn't happy about losing his title and he had a lot of people to blame, he ended up calling up any of the craft twins and ended up defeating Billy Craft in singles action.

Shane Adames will wrestle at RPW British Uprising, his opponent? Still unknown, Adames will have former RPW Commissioner Jack Dobbs on his corner and he will be competing for a very lucrative RPW contract.

Finally we got to our main event where No Limits champion Mr. Nice Guy tried to be the first man to hold two championships at the same time as he challenged for John Brandenburg's Ironman title. It was a back and forth match that had plently of good action, the match never got to it's natural conclusion as a pissed off Excellence came to disrupt things up and attack "BRAND". Douglas Gallagher came to make the save and Ian Jones came out to even up the odds.

Gallagher and Brandenburg squared against Jones and Excellence, but then Halfus Lykarn got involved and brawled through the crowd with Brandenburg, Gallagher managed to knock off Excellence and got one on one with Jones. That was the precise moment where Aron Scythe came to do his announcement, he would face both Jones and Gallagher for the RPW title in a Three Way Dance under elimination rules.

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