Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment Proudly Presents…
An FWPK Enterprises: Over the Top Production
Eighteen? We’re legal!
UWE Studios, Vancouver
Exodus was a landmark event. It saw a major shift in the UWE landscape, with James Calhoun finally winning the prize that has eluded him for so long: the top belt in Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment. With the baddest dog in the yard now also the top dog, one thing is certain: everybody will be gunning for him. The target he already had on his back has just increased tenfold!
And it’s a good opportunity for some of UWE’s newest signees to prove their worth. With no less than FOUR debuts, OTT XVIII is looking to be the start of a new era.
Show Opener – Single’s Match
Marcus LeVine vs. El Hijo de Los Muertos
(Referee: Claudia Morello)
Both these Superstars are relatively new to the UWE. And even though El Hijo holds a pinfall victory over Gabe Reno, he is still largely untested. No doubt he will look to cement his legacy as one of UWE’s all-time greatest cruiserweights. But can he continue his rise up the ranks at the expense of Marcus LeVine? UWE’s newest signee is a renowned martial artist, but his love for wrestling eventually guided him to the squared circle. No one likes to start their careers off with a loss, and Marcus will be no different. This just might be one of the most intriguing contests of the night!
Match Two – Single’s Match
Mystery Opponent vs. Lx-Tim
(Referee: Corey Miner)
Lx-Tim had a great showing at Exodus, but came up just short against Matt Moore. There is absolutely no shame in that however, and management has dictated that he will be the first ever Superstar to compete against a recent UWE signing. However, due to contractual obligations, this man/woman/whatever’s identity cannot be disclosed before the match. Lx-Tim has the opportunity of a lifetime here, but the mystery opponent will be a massive challenge, that’s for sure. Who will it be??
Match Three – Single’s match – Number One Contendership
Michael Kelly vs. Wülf Erikson
(Referee: Chuck Aitken)
Wülf Erikson stole the show at Exodus, as he’s known to do. Despite not winning the Canadian Championship at Exodus, he left the show on a high, as he proposes to Sierra Williams, his girlfriend. Now officially engaged, he will look to take it to the next level! His next challenge will be overcoming not just a new UWE big name signing, but also a personal friend and a Bad Moon Rising stablemate in Michael Kelly. Wrestling fans know Kelly for his strong style wrestling, and it will be an interesting contrast of styles, as ‘The Chosen One’ takes on brother Flippy Dippy Wülf Erikson.
And as per General Manager Lara Pegorino’s orders, the winner of this match will get a shot at the Canadian Championship at a time of his choosing. How’s that for a sign of faith?
Match Four – Single’s match
Lucilla vs. Brandon Sorrow
(Referee: Corey Miner)
After months of build-up, Brandon Moore/Sorrow did what he said he’d do: shut JTX up. At Exodus, he pinned the pink-haired Superstar in an epic steel cage match. Now, he is looking towards the future, and in that future he sees gold. Many believe Sorrow has the potential to go on and challenge for UWE’s top title. But Lucilla will be a roadblock that’ll be tough to overcome. With rumors claiming that she and JTX are actually friends, it’s safe to say that she’ll get some sweet revenge in his stead. But Lucilla will still have the events at Exodus in the back of her mind. She swore she’d get rid of Amy Gobraless, but instead their match ended in a no-contest. Beating Sorrow could very well reestablish her at the top of the food chain.
Main Event – Single’s Match – Non-title
Tiami Erickson vs. James Calhoun
(Referee: Chuck Aitken)
James Calhoun. Ultimate Wrestling Champion. The cowboy’s been an arrogant SOB in the eys of many, but he has always back up his words with deeds. At Exodus, it was no different. He did what he said he’d do, and he pinned Ronnie Cage to become the 2nd ever Ultimate Wrestling Champion.
But that doesn’t mean that management will take it easy on him. Whereas weeks ago he seemed like eh’d be on the way out, he is now the face of the company. And as such, he will have to be a fighting champion. And what better way to show off his skills than by taking on another debuting UWE Superstar? TIami Erickson is a big name signing and she’ll have the chance to take Calhoun down, and thus fulfilling a promise she made on social media weeks ago. Many fans have been licking their fingers at the prospect of seeing Tiami Erickson in UWE and facing off with Calhoun, and the moment is finally upon us! Show stealer? You bet!
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