We are just days away from the OWF’s first pay-per-view We Earned This. The card features six matches, including three title matches.
In this article I’m going to talk a little about this first pay-per-view taking place this Saturday live in Cincinnati. Cincinnati, where their professional sports teams are owned by greedy owners who could care less about their teams, or fan base. But anyway.
Six-woman tag. Erika Storm, who is the newest running back for the lingerie football team Cincinnati Beast, is teaming with OWF rookies Hope Jamison and Courtney Kennedy to take on Lisa Ann Graves, Nikki Griffin and Sierra St James. Lisa, Nikki and Sierra were injury reserves for the 16-to-1 all women tournament that FFP had a few months back. And when none of them got the call to take part in the tournament, they became bitter and targeted Erika Storm. Erika eventually put her team together and here we are.
Who is going to win? Maybe Erika’s team, if she isn’t worried too much about learning how to actually play football.
A mixed tag, which is anything goes. Hunter Chase and Izzy Laroo, the newest OWF couple, will do battle with the two crazy clown people, Lafter and Lullaby. Don’t think I’d wanna fight crazy clowns in an anything goes match. Hunter and Izzy are in for trouble, and don’t even realize it. Maybe their puppy love is blinding them.
Hayden Flowers will take on Dakudoragon. Apparently they’ve wrestled twice, with one win going to each. This is the rubber match. And it seems like Hayden can’t buy a win. At least he has Aubrey Moresi to go home to right? Wrong. She got called up. He’s still in the OWF. Maybe Hayden will actually win a match. Then maybe get called up? A guy could dream right? He probably is.
The OWF Network Title is on the line when Malakai defends against the sickening optimist, JJ Perry. These guys are two of the most talented wrestlers on the OWF roster. This could definitely wind up being match of the night. I’m looking forward to it. And feeling like we will see a new Network Champ.
Speaking of Titles…the OWF Women’s. Fiona Burke went from the FFP to the OWF to finally win her first singles title. A little bit of a downgrade, but you gotta do what you gotta do. Now she defends against another woman who was in FFP and took the step down to the OWF, Juno Frost. Juno seems desperate. Desperation is always dangerous. But Fiona had finally found her spot it seems. I’ll give it to Fiona. Her hair is brighter.
And the main event. Deshaun Reed challenging Blaine Edwards for the OWF Title. Deshaun Reed is ANOTHER guy who was in FFP and stepped down to the developmental territory. There’s a trend here. You don’t see NFL quarterbacks go back to college. Anyway…
Blaine Edwards has been a fighting champion. An impressive Champion. But I think with Michael Graham in his corner, Deshaun Reed will leave Cincinnati, Ohio the new OWF Champion. Whether it be due to interference from Michael Graham or not, Reed leaves as Champion. Then Blaine gets the call up to the main roster, and leaves his girlfriend Zoey Kiehl in Cincinnati to get used as a punching bag by Jaqueline Aulstrike.
I’m proud of the OWF. It’s first pay-per-view. It’s first class into the OWF Hall of Fame. And although the likes of Katrina and Mason Wolfe aren’t that impressive, at least Duncan Wright takes his place into the HOF. At least he actually accomplished some things.
Enjoy this weekend. FFP and the OWF have a busy one! Congrats to the OWF. Here’s to many more OWF pay-per-views.