05/01/2017 OWF Event #119

OWF Event #119
May 1, 2017
Cincinnati, Ohio

The show stared with the scene already backstage. Hunter Chase had busted his way into Lafter and Lullaby’s dark room. He was armed with a steel chair, and leveling Lafter. Lullaby tried to stop Hunter, but ended up catching an unintentional elbow. Izzy Laroo was sitting in a black folding chair with a blank stare on her face.

After Hunter beat Lafter down he dropped the chair, and reached out to his girlfriend. Izzy slowly reached up, but before their hands could touch Hunter was blasted by a giant of a man with a long red beard. He scooped Hunter up and carried him out of the room. Who was this man, and what was his involvement with Lafter and Lullaby?

Triple Threat Match
Edgar O’Sullivan vs Travis Graye vs Tadashi Akawa

A technical match from beginning to end. Tadashi Akawa was the first eliminated after being dumped on his head with a German suplex from Travis Graye, then a Brainbuster from Edgar.

O’Sullivan and Graye went at it, stiff strikes and solid moves. Travis rocked Edgar with a spinning elbow, then planted him with a Kryptonite Krunch for the three count.

The scene cut to the office of Duncan Wright. Wright announced that next week at OWF #120, that Travis Graye would get the opportunity to challenge JJ Perry for the OWF Network Championship.

Jessie Axel vs Dakudoragon
A hard fought match by both men. Dakudoragon hit some awesome high flying moves, but it was Jessie Axel spiking the masked superstar to the mat with his finisher, the Total Meltdown – a headlock driver, for the pinfall.


The scene cut backstage where Francine Davis was interviewing the OWF Women’s Champion Juno Frost and her stablemates Dahlia Ashford and Rosie Erickson. Juno spoke about Zoey Kiehl wanting another shot at her title. Juno said that if she had a choice that she would defend against someone more deserving. Zoey walked up, saying that of course Juno would be trying to chicken out. Then, the Commissioner of the OWF, Duncan Wright stepped in, announcing that next week at OWF #120, Juno would defend the title in a Triple Threat Match against Zoey Kiehl and Chloe Banks.

Rebelle Graye vs Chloe Banks
Another very solid match. Rebelle hit some very stiff and hard shots including an array of knife edge chops. But Chloe Banks took advantage of a missed clothesline, hitting Rebelle with a lung blower. Banks continued working on Rebelle’s back, eventually hitting a Samoan drop off the top rope. Banks then hooked Rebelle into a gruesome Dragon Clutch, bending Rebelle’s back nearly in half. Rebelle fought to get out, but had to tap out.

Jeremiah Dixon vs Trey Hawkins
Trey Hawkins used his speed and athleticism to try to wear Jeremiah out. Dixon, the experience brawler, leaned on his fists to take the upperhand. Dixon hit a Package Piledriver for the three count.

The scene cut to ringside where the Commissioner of the OWF Duncan Wright introduced the newest signee to the OWF, Nick Novak. Nick came out all smiles, thanking Duncan, Veronica Clyne and all the fans. He promised to do his best to put on the best matches for the fans, and climb the ladder of the OWF. But he was interrupted by Michael Graham and the OWF Champion Deshaun Reed. Reed laughed at Nick, saying that he is just like every other recruit, promising to do this and that for the fans. Deshaun said that the fans do not care about him, and if he knew what was best for him, he wouldn’t care what they thought.

The two wrestlers shared words until Deshaun finally shoved the rookie. Nick didn’t back down. He connected with a right hand to Deshaun. The two began to brawl until out of nowhere, Novak planted Reed with his finisher, the SuperNovak! The crowd couldn’t believe it. Neither could Michael Graham, who was screaming on the microphone about how Nick cheap shotted the OWF Champion.

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Jacqueline Aulstrike’s Open Challenge
Next, Jaqueline Aulstrike came down to the ring. Jaqueline had been planning an open challenge, trying to get herself more competition in the OWF. But she didn’t expect to see who came out next.

The Cincinnati crowd couldn’t believe it when the former OWF Women’s Champion, Malaya Diyosa walked out onto the entrance stage. Some never thought she’d ever be back in the OWF. But she didn’t walk down the isle. Instead, she had a microphone in hand.

She said that the OWF fans seemed to forget what she had accomplished here in the OWF, so she was back for round two, and round two would be much more destructive.

Suddenly, a blonde woman hopped the steel guardrail and slid into the ring. She nailed Jaqueline from behind, knocking her to the mat. The woman pummeled Jaqueline down. Malaya casually walked toward the ring. She introduced the blonde woman as SHI Mega. Meanwhile, SHI pulled Jaqueline up onto her knees, charged and destroyed her with a running knee to the side of the skull.

Malaya climbed into the ring. By now the crowd had mixed reactions. They didn’t like Jaqueline, but really didn’t like Malaya either. Malaya assisted SHI in pulling Jaqueline up, and hit her with the Magic Killer. No one had ever done to Jaqueline Aulstrike what these two did.

Malaya got on the microphone again, promising that you wouldn’t want to miss her and SHI’s run in the OWF.


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