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Fight Night: Brutality Results!


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« on: October 26, 2010, 03:04:32 pm »

Match 4
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Match Writer: Greenbean

The first few chords of Edward Elgar's fourth Pomp & Circumstance March are played from the PA system into the arena. After a few seconds, "The Purist" Marvin Wood appears from behind the curtain with a dour expression on his face. He walks to the middle of the stage area and stands there for a few seconds, to survey the audience. He then begins walking down the entrance-way. Many of the members of the audience boo, some catcall and a few cheer. He looks at no-one as he approaches the ring, but stretches his fingers a bit. He stretches three fingers on each hand, first, and then four fingers on each hand.

Schumacher: The following contest is scheduled for one fall! Introducing first, from Pontefract, England, weighing in at two hundred and thirty pounds...Marvin Wood!

Marvin walks towards the ring steps, and walks up them and towards the middle of the apron, sliding his hand over the top rope as he does so. He pauses there for a few seconds, before entering the ring, right leg first and then left leg. He enters the ring with plenty of pomp and circumstance, as if he were a foot taller than he is. He then walks over to the opposite turnbuckle and waits.

The guitar strums the familiar and soothing melody for a couple minutes.

"Forgotten... thoughts of yesterdayyyyys.."
".. through my eyes I see the past..."


Schumacher: And his opponent, from Seattle, Washington, weighing in at two hundred and thirty three pounds...Haven!

The words cover the arena in a unique fashion and continue with the guitar in the background as Haven comes from behind the backstage apron. He walks backwards down the ramp comfortably and stops to raise his right fist. He turns slowly, rolls into the ring and gets to his feet. He tests the ropes, leans his back on the corner turnbuckle he's closest and waits for the match to start.

Two men, both technically very gifted, both who like to talk the talk and both quickly rising to the very top of their profession. Marvin Wood and Haven have a lot of things in common, but only one man can take the next step on the ladder of greatness, and he must take it over his opponent.

The bell rings and this match between two pure wrestlers in UWE commences. Neither man is going to rush into things here as each step they take is careful and slow, both men get to within an arms length of each other here and instead of trash-talking or having a stare off, they engage in a collar-and-elbow tie-up, both struggling to get the upper hand until Marvin Wood is able to turn it into a side headlock which he is then able to yank Haven to the floor with but Haven the puts Wood in a head scissors with his legs, causing the instant break.

They're up fast and again into a collar-and-elbow tie-up, this time with a little more intensity and this time it's Haven who manages to turn it into a side headlock and now Haven wastes no time in flipping Marvin Wood to the mat, only for Marvin to use his opponents escape tactic in the head scissors, again causing a break as both men once more get to a vertical basis with their guard up, but this time they have a brief standoff before smiling at one another, they're just now noticing how good the other man actually is as the fans applaud the exchange.


Hugh Reynolds: Nice start to this one.

Bobby Moroso: Oh come on, just **** him in the face, anyone!

Hugh Reynolds: Not all wrestling has to be like that Bobby, I find it refreshing for wrestling to begin with wrestling.

Once more Haven and Marvin Wood lock up in the middle with a collar-and-elbow, which Haven smartly manages to drop to his knees and flip Wood over his shoulders and onto the mat with a fireman's carry takeover, but Wood is smart and again he turns it into head scissors around the neck of Haven, this time he keeps the hold locked and has Haven in a perfect position here.

Haven now eventually leans back and kips up to his feet and out of the hold! Haven could take advantage here, but instead opts to gloat against Marvin, telling Wood how good he is as Marvin sits up and eventually gets to his feet while Haven tells everyone in the front row and whoever will listen how fantastic he is.

Marvin considers his gameplan here as Haven gains a new amount of confidence, just that one move has shown a change in body language between the two men and once more they come in for a collar-and-elbow tie-up, but this time Marvin quickly spins Haven around, locks his arms in a belly-to-back position and picks him up high, just slamming him hard into the mat on his front as Haven tries desperately to wriggle out of the hold, but Wood is having none of it as he keeps his arms firmly locked around his opponent until Haven finally is able to make it to the ropes.

Haven yells to the ref to get his opponent off him and eventually Marvin has to oblige or risk being disqualified so he lets go and climbs back to his feet, Haven quickly follows and now begins trash talking his foe. The two lock up again, but in what seems to be a game of one-upsmanship, Haven now manages to go behind Marvin Wood and take him down in the exact same way, now the emphasis rests on Wood to get out of this, he manages to get to his feet but seeing as he can't break the hold, he runs to the ropes and drops down just in the nick of time, causing Haven to go flying between the middle and top ropes to the floor below, obviously breaking the hold in the meantime.


Bobby Moroso: Marvin Wood equals brains Hugh, he's so smart.

Hugh Reynolds: It was a nice, spontaneous move, I'll grant him that.

Haven holds his left forearm as Marvin Wood backs up into the middle of the ring, instead of taking the fight to the outside he opts to keep it in the middle of the squared circle where it belongs. "You've had it now!" yells Haven as he rolls back into the ring and just slaps the taste right out of Wood's mouth, angering Marvin so much that Haven retreats and goes inbetween the ropes, causing the official to get between the two and stop Wood from attacking him.

Once more the two go collar-and-elbow, which is turned into a hammerlock from Haven, which is then in turn reversed into a hammerlock from Marvin Wood as the two men are going tit-for-tat here, leading to Haven hitting a drop toehold on Wood and quickly moving into a side headlock on Wood, who is now on all fours and in a dangerous position.

Again Marvin Wood shows his excellent in-ring ability by finding a way out of the hold and in turn applying a wrist lock on Haven, as he starts to drive the knee into the arm in the meanwhile. Controlling Haven by the wrist, Wood pulls him back up to his feet and again yanks at the arm, leaving Haven stranded for a reversal at the moment, but despite the pain on his face, you can see the calculated mind thinking of a way out.

Slowly and meticulously, Wood twists the arm of Haven, but Haven shows great athletic ability but flipping forward and turning it into his own wrist lock, he then grabs Wood by the neck and forces him down onto the mat hard as he now controls the arm. Wood now brings himself up to his feet and now he goes to Irish whip Haven into the ropes, but surprise surprise it's reversed and now Wood heads into the ropes, but he now hoists himself up into the air and over Haven, grabbing him around the waist and pulling him back down to the mat with a roll-up...

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Kickout! A close call there as Marvin Wood almost surprised him there. They're both up quickly and this match continues at a fast pace as Marvin is first to react with an arm drag takedown, bringing things back to a slow pace again as Wood keeps the hold locked in and perches in perfect position to control his opponents body from the left arm.

Haven tries scooting backwards towards the ropes but he can't manouver his body around so he tries reaching for the bottom rope with his feet, however he's still unsuccessful, but he is able to turn around so he's able to get up to his feet easier, but Marvin is in control of the arm and again twists it up behind the back of Haven, who then just thinks 'to hell with it' as he throws his free elbow back behind him wildly, catching Wood flush in the jaw and in turn, causing the hold to be broken as Marvin immediately attends to his mouth. Haven doesn't mess around as he heads into the ropes, on his return he shoulder blocks Wood hard down to the mat.

Not waiting around to see if he's inflicted sufficient damage, Haven now heads off into the ropes again, Marvin Wood quickly turns onto his front for Haven to run over the top of him then as Haven comes back Marvin is up to his feet and leap-frogging Haven, he then smartly lies back down on his back and on Haven's third return, Marvin extends his legs up into the stomach of Haven, monkey flipping him right across the ring. A little dazed, Haven doesn't want to be on the floor too long so with the assistance of the ropes, he's back up but as soon as he turns around, he's clotheslined right over the top but an on-rushing Marvin Wood, as Haven crashes to the mat below.


Hugh Reynolds: Haven goes over the top and to the outside!

Bobby Moroso: It's about time this match got physical Reynolds.

Hugh Reynolds: Marvin Wood has seemingly seized the advantage here, he needs to make the most of this now though.

This time Wood does exit the ring, but it's purely just to get Haven and roll him back inside the ring, allowing him no restbite whatsoever but as Marvin gets into the ring, Haven looks pissed and walks right over to Wood and just shoves him right in the chest, to which Marvin responds with his own shove but Haven again shoves Wood, who this time gives Haven a reciept from the slap earlier, Wood slaps him in the face that hard that Haven spins around 180 and Marvin quickly goes for a schoolboy while he has the chance...

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Kickout! Wood now grabs the arm of Haven while Haven is seated on his ass, twisting it behind his head and trying to apply more pressure again, it works until Haven manages to work up to his feet, where he's then able to back Wood up into the ropes and he breaks the hold by Irish whipping Marvin into the ropes, but as Wood returns he ducks a clothesline and shows his athletic skills by getting Haven in a crucifix position, taking him down and pinning his shoulders to the mat once more...

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Kickout! Right back to the arm goes Marvin Wood, working on softening it that little bit more but again Haven forces Wood back into the ropes and he Irish whips Wood once more, this time Haven lies flat on his stomach, allowing Wood to skip over him, then Haven leapfrogs Wood just as Marvin did before, but Haven hits the opposite ropes this time, both men come running at each other at quite a pace...spinning heel kick by Haven!

Haven caught Marvin Wood flush in the face with that spinning heel kick as Marvin lies on his back, holding his face and Haven gets up to his feet, he's impressed with himself but doesn't dwell on it as he now proceeds to lay the boot into Wood, stomping away at him until Wood is underneath the ropes, but that doesn't stop Haven who sees this as a chance to take a clear upper hand and he continues to stomp away, despite the referee protesting and it's not until Haven manages to boot his opponent all the way out of the ring does he take a moment.

The referee gets into the face of Haven, who simply brushes it off as if the ref is speaking a foreign language and now Haven exits the ring, he's more than happy to use some tools on the outside to his advantage it seems here. Haven doesn't just roll Marvin back into the ring, he picks him up first into a backbreaker-type position, but instead he rams Wood back first into the oh so unforgiving ring post, the sound of his spine crunching is heard throughout the arena as Haven just then dumps him onto the floor.


Hugh Reynolds: Well, nothing technical about that, it was just nasty.

Bobby Moroso: Yes, but it was one hundred percent genius, I love it.

Now Haven rolls Wood back into the ring, he grabs the arm of Marvin and Irish whips him hard into the opposite turnbuckle, it looks like the back has been targetted by Haven and he doesn't seem like he's going to relent anytime soon. Wood drops to his knees and then recieves a sharp kick to the back from Haven, who now picks Wood up and just drives his knee into Marvin's back with an effective backbreaker. Haven is either gonna damage Wood's back here or die trying as he gets on the back of Marvin and puts him in an extremely painful hold: the camal clutch!

Pulling back as much as he can, Marvin's back must be in excruciating pain and he has no way to get out of this hold it seems, but still he will not surrender. At first it looks as though there's nothing he can do but hope Haven releases the hold, but then with all the lower body strength he has, he's able to get himself up onto his feet, meanwhile Haven has turned this into a side headlock as Marvin Wood now begins to throw elbows into the gut of Haven, doing all he can to break free of this hold and after four hard elbows, Wood is free and able to run against the ropes, as he returns Haven drops down once more, over the top goes Wood and this time as he returns Haven kicks him in the gut and executes a big T-Bone Suplex on Marvin Wood, putting him right back to square one here! This time he thinks he could have the win as he covers...

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Kickout! Looking up at the ref, Haven questions the ref, who reassures him it was only a two count so instead of arguing it, he's back to his feet, remaining composed as he helps his opponent up, only to headbutt him right between the eyes. Haven now goes to Irish whip Wood into the turnbuckle again, but Wood reverses it this time and Haven prevents himself from hitting the turnbuckle by jumping up onto the second rope and diving back at Wood with a crossbody, but Wood wisely is able to roll through and turn it into a pinning predicament of his own...

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Kickout! A close call again there, but Haven was up in time. Haven is a lot fresher than Marvin Wood as with Wood struggling to get up, Haven is back to his feet quickly and he runs at Wood, dropping an elbow across the back of his head which he now follows up with swift knees to the lower back area and then Haven puts Wood in a rear chinlock with his knee perfectly planted into the lower back of Wood, hurting him in two different areas here but again Marvin does his best to fight out of the hold.

Managing to get up onto his feet, Wood isn't in a position to attack as Haven picks him up to go for a scoop slam, but Marvin Wood wriggles and he squirms and is finally able to land flat on Haven with Haven pinned to the mat...

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Kickout! Haven pushes back as hard as he possibly can, which actually rolls Marvin Wood out of the ring and to the floor below. Wood seems to be struggling to even breathe at the moment, but he'll still fight and he gets up to his feet, climbing onto the ring apron but Haven is there to greet him as Haven looks set to suplex Wood back into the ring. He hoists him up above his head, but Wood reverses it and lands on his feet behind Haven, grabbing him behind the waist but then Haven goes behind and grabs Wood behind the waist, executing an awesome German suplex on his opponent, keeping it in a bridge as the referee counts once again...

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Kickout! This match is getting the fans very involved at the moment, they don't like either man really, but still, such is the excitement of the fight, they're picking a side to root for, if only for the one night and they seem split 50/50 on who to choose. Smartly Wood rolls over onto his front, but Haven is able to inflict punishment from any direction and he jumps up into the air, driving his leg right across the neck of Marvin Wood, hitting a nice leg drop.

Wasting no time on thinking what to do next, Haven shoots the half nelson and makes another cover on his opponent, making it harder and harder for Wood to kickout...

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Kickout! That won't keep an athlete like Marvin Wood down for three, but it will make him use a lot of energy in having to keep kicking out of the moves. Haven drags a jaded Wood up to his feet and again plants a headbutt on him, now he gets Wood in a front facelock, he must be thinking suplex here but Wood smartly wraps his left leg around the leg of Haven, blocking any potential lift and again he blocks it, this time Marvin Wood tries catching Haven out by going for a small package...

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Kickout! He nearly caught him, but Haven managed to kick out just in the nick of time. They're both a bit slower to get back up, however Haven is first to the punch as he hits a European uppercut on Wood, before Irish whipping him towards the ropes and attempting a tilt-a-whirl...but Haven lands on his feet! He then runs at Wood and hits him with a swinging neckbreaker, taking Marvin onto the floor and leaving him flat on his back, at least for now.

Haven now signals for an end to come to this match as he heads outside the ring and climbs up the ropes, getting to the top rope. He holds his arms out wide and comes diving off the top going for a big splash on Marvin Wood...but Wood moves out of the way!


Hugh Reynolds: That might just be what Marvin Wood needed to get some momentum going here.

Both men remain on the mat and seem hurt as the official begins his standard ten count. Both are struggling to get back to their feet but by the count of six Haven is up, followed very shortly after by Marvin Wood. Haven goes to grab Wood, but he takes too long in deciding what to do which gives Wood the opportunity to hit an atomic drop on Haven, he then bounces off the ropes and knocks Haven onto his back with a big clothesline.

Wood now grabs the head of Haven and Irish whips him into the ropes, as Haven returns he's hit in the stomach with a hard right from Marvin, causing Haven to lower his head and Wood capitalizes with a full nelson suplex on Haven, he makes the cover as the tide seems to be turning in his favour...

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Kickout! Wood now gets Haven and hits a backbreaker on him, giving him a taste of exactly the same pain from before. With Haven lay on his back Marvin Wood now is quick to hit the second rope as he comes jumping off, driving the elbow into the chest of Haven. Wood is persistant as he goes for another cover, this time he hooks the leg though, believing he's got the match won here...

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Kickout! Wood can't believe it and he's right up in the face of the official. They go back and forth arguing but once Wood sees Haven getting back up, he decides to turn his attention back to him. Haven attempts to kick Wood, but Marvin blocks it and grabs the leg of Haven, but Haven jumps up on his standing foot and wraps it around the head of Marvin Wood with a big inziguri.

Again both men are down and both men are fatigued, they both finally get to their feet, breathing heavily and dripping in sweat, both have their guards up with the fans on their feet, waiting for one man to hit the killer blow and end this match...BUT THE RING BELL STARTS TO SOUND, CAUSING BOTH GUYS TO LOOK AT THE TIMEKEEPER!


Schumacher: Ladies and Gentlemen, I have just been informed that this match has now lasted thirty minutes and the time limit has expired, therefore this match is a draw!

The fans don't like it, Marvin Wood and Haven damn sure don't like it, but the decision is final and both men, despite giving it their best, was not able to out-do the other. They continue a staredown until Wood leaves the ring and Haven follows soon after, this thing is far from over!
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