Sunday, April 15, 2018

HWE WrestleTopia Results, April 15, 2018: Jaleel mauls his way to the HWE Championship

HWE WrestleTopia Results for April 15, 2018 from the HWE Arena

A video package aired talking about how, for the Originals of HWE, tonight was their first chance to make a statement. Several HWE Originals were shown on the screen as the narrator spoke. “Some will ascend to greatness, while others fall to defeat. For these men and women, tonight is the first chance to attain greatness. The first chance to show the world who they are. The first chance to leave an indelible mark in the history books of Headline Wrestling Entertainment. Welcome to the beginning of a revolution. Welcome to HWE. Welcome to... WrestleTopia!”

From ringside, Todd Brown and Michael Sanders welcomed everyone to the HWE WrestleTopia pay-per-view, as “Whatever It Takes” by Imagine Dragons played on the speakers, and pyrotechnics went off around the stage. Brown said, “Tonight the Originals of HWE will do whatever it takes to begin their careers as not only winners, but champions. Welcome to WrestleTopia and the birth of the revolution known as Headline Wrestling Entertainment!” Brown and Sanders discussed the night ahead, including a Tournament to decide the first-ever HWE Champion.

Sanchez beat “The Bigger Star” Kurt Harris, Joey Moss, Orlando Daniels, Alistair Finlay and EGP in 18:21 in a Ladder Match to become the first-ever HWE Television Champion. Towards the end of the match, Sanchez and Harris battled atop the ladder, the other competitors strewn around ringside. Harris punched Sanchez who staggered before retaliating. Harris bounced Sanchez's face off the ladder, almost causing him to fall. Sanchez managed to kick Harris in the side of the head, knocking him from the ladder through a table set up earlier in the match. After the match, Sanchez celebrated on the top of the ladder with the Title as the crowd cheered.

Backstage, Vincent Crashman approached Jimmy Cash and “The Mauler” Jaleel as they were heading to the ring. Crashman asked about Jaleel's chances of becoming the first-ever HWE Champion tonight was. Cash said, “Is there something wrong with your eyes, Mr Crashman? Look at Jaleel. He's 6-foot-4, 300-pounds. Pure Samoan muscle. Jaleel isn't your average boots and tights competitor; he's a destroyer. A mauler. A man with a doctorate in destruction. Tonight, Jaleel will maul his way through the Semi-Finals and then, no matter who his opponent is, he'll maul his way through the Finals to become the first-ever HWE Champion.”

“The Mauler” Jaleel (with Jimmy Cash) beat Ramsay “Iron Man” Steele and “The Hunter” Chris Jackson in 16:05 by pinfall following the Samoan Nightmare to Jackson, to advance to the finals of the HWE Championship Tournament. As the match started Steele tried to form a partnership with Jaleel, but was answered with a Savate Kick. Jaleel would dominate for much of the contest. Towards the end, Jackson tried for a Pedigree, but Jaleel back body dropped Jackson, and as Jackson got back up, hit him with the Samoan Nightmare for the win.

Backstage, Billie Romero interviewed new HWE Television Champion Sanchez about how he felt having been the first to make history tonight. Sanchez was about to answer when he was attacked by “The Bigger Star” Kurt Harris. Harris stomped him repeatedly, yelling, “You're not a bigger star than me! You stole that Title!” He picked Sanchez up and rammed him shoulder-first into a production crate as referees came to pull Harris away.

Corey Chambers beat “The Original Original” Alex Kingston and “The Monarch of the Mat” Ryan Knight in 14:50 by pinfall following the Corey Cutter to Kingston, to advance to the Finals of the HWE Championship Tournament. After the match, Vincent Crashman entered the ring to interview Chambers. He congratulated Chambers and noted that he'd now have to face Jaleel in order to become the first-ever HWE Champion. Chambers said, “Jaleel is a big, strong cat. Perhaps the biggest, strongest man in HWE. Well, my name is Corey Chambers and I'm not afraid of anybody, man or Mauler. In other words: if you're standing in my way, you're gonna get your ass kicked.” The crowd exploded, as Chambers left the ring.

From ringside, Todd Brown and Michael Sanders discussed the now determined main event, Corey Chambers vs. Jaleel to crown the first-ever HWE Champion. Sanders said he didn't doubt how tough Chambers was, but had also never seen anything like Jaleel. Unexpectedly, music played and three men appeared on the stage, one man in a suit and two behemoths behind him. They came to the ring and the suited man took a microphone. He said, “My name is Dexter Niles. And, in case you're unfamiliar with my boys here, allow me to introduce you to Olegg and Reiner: The Barons of Brutality. You may be wondering why we're out here since we're not on the card. But the real question is why are Olegg and Reiner not on the card? Why aren't Olegg and Reiner part of the 4-Corners match to crown the HWE Tag Team Champions? I'll tell you why: it's because our Commissioner knows that if they were, they'd rip through everyone and he'd have a shell of a division left. But if you think Olegg and Reiner will sit out quietly, you're mistaken. The Barons of Brutality are the most destructive force in HWE, and they demand competition.” Suddenly, the lights went out. A mandolin solo played before Italian entrance played, and three men, sharply dressed in expensive suits, one slicked back black hair, another bald and the third with a buzz cut appeared. They came to the ring and the black haired one took a microphone. He said, “Now that you've introduced yourselves, allow us to introduce ourselves. They call me 'Lucky' Lorenzo. This is big Vito Moretti and this is Aldo Rossi. You can call us The Cosa Nostra. I'll cut to the chase. I heard what you said, you want a fight, right? Well, you're in luck because so do my brothers here. So, only question is: what are we waitin' for, huh?” Vito and Aldo stepped forward, as did Olegg and Reiner. The crowd began egging them on as the two pairs went nose-to-nose. Suddenly, though, Niles pulled Olegg and Reiner away, and they left the ring as the fans booed and The Cosa Nostra looked confused.

Backstage, Corey Chambers came out of the trainer's room and was approached by Jimmy Cash. Cash told Chambers that there was no shame in forfeiting the HWE Championship match, as he knew that despite Chambers' bravado, he was afraid of Jaleel. Chambers said, “I meant what I said in that ring. I'm not afraid of anybody, and I'm damn sure not forfeiting a chance to become HWE Champion. So you go tell your Mauler that if he wants the HWE Title tonight, he'd better be ready to fight.” Chambers walked away, as Cash shook his head in exasperation.

DISORDER (Toru Nagata and Takara Hidaka, with Koji Goto) beat The Maxwell Brothers (Trent and Brett, with their father Christopher Maxwell), Conrad F. Williams and Logan Young and Deep South Destruction in 21:44 by pinfall following DISORDER Theory to Young, to become the first-ever HWE Tag Team Champions. Towards the end of the match, all eight competitors were in the ring. Trent and Brett took out Deep South Destruction with stereo clotheslines over the top rope and their momentum took them over as well. Moments later, Williams hit a crossbody from the turnbuckle onto all four men at ringside. Goto and Nagata then hit Young with DISORDER Theory to win.

Backstage, Vincent Crashman interviewed “The Brazilian Brawler” Livia, who said that tonight she would be putting the entire women's locker room - including whoever became HWE Women's Champion - on notice. She said that there was one thing you had to know about Livia, and that was that when she was in the ring, she was only one kick away from victory.

“The Brazilian Brawler” Livia beat Miss Nicole in 9:39 by pinfall following the Roundhouse Kick.

A vignette aired for Willie “Face Breaker” Jakeman, who would debut this Wednesday on the premiere of HWE ShowDown. His incredible agility and deadly right-hand were highlighted, and it ended with a shot of him standing in a ring with a hoodie on. He looked directly into the camera and said, “I'm gonna hurt someone.”

“Lucky” Silvano Lorenzo (with Orsola Sabbatini and The Cosa Nostra) “Oklahoma's Golden Boy” Kenny Kidd beat Casey Jax and “The Deacon of Destruction” Deelon Smith in 13:25 by pinfall following The Dirt Nap to Jax, to become the first-ever HWE International Champion. During the match, The Barons of Brutality appeared and attacked Moretti and Rossi at ringside. The two sides brawled to the backstage area, as referees tried to break them up.

Backstage, Billie Romero interviewed “The Outlier” Serena Bates about placing 1st in the Gauntlet Match to crown the HWE Women's Champion, meaning she'd have to defeat 5 other women for the Title. Bates acknowledged that she had a tough mountain to climb with the best wrestlers in the world standing in her way. “But, I've made a career out of doing things the hard way and defying expectations. So tonight, whether it's 5 women or 50 women, I plan to leave WrestleTopia as HWE Women's Champion.” The crowd cheered as Bates walked away.

“The Kyoto Crippler” Yuku Teshima beat “The Outlier” Serena Bates, “The Princess of Pain” Ashley Karns, Morgana Murray, Yasmin James and Leah Ryder in 34:30 in a Gauntlet Match to become the first-ever HWE Women's Champion.
Order of Eliminations:
- “The Outlier” Serena Bates (1) eliminated Leah Ryder (2) at 10:11 by submission using the Serena Lock.
- “The Outlier” Serena Bates (1) eliminated Morgana Murray (3) at 16:48 by pinfall when she reversed Murray's Tough Love into a backslide. After the match, Murray was irate and began pulling clumps of her hair out.
- “The Outlier” Serena Bates (1) eliminated Yasmin James (4) at 22:04 by submission following the Serena Lock.
- “The Outlier” Serena Bates (1) eliminated “The Princess of Pain” Ashley Karns (5) at 30:45 by pinfall, following the small package. After the match, Karns, incensed at being eliminated, attacked an exhausted Bates. She hit Bates with a powerbomb and the Kardinal Sin and as she left, “The Kyoto Crippler” Yuku Teshima entered. The referee asked Bates if she wanted to quit, but Bates refused and Teshima viciously took advantage.
- “The Kyoto Crippler” Yuku Teshima (6) eliminated “The Outlier” Serena Bates (1) at 34:30 by pinfall following the Yuku Driver, to become the first-ever HWE Women's Champion. Bates tried to fight but was exhausted, both from having already wrestled for over 30 minutes and hurting from Ashley Karns' attack. Teshima was too fresh for Bates to deal with. After the match, Teshima celebrated with the Title as the fans booed.

From ringside, Todd Brown and Michael Sanders discussed Serena Bates' incredible performance, with Brown suggesting that if it not for Ashley Karns, Bates may be Champion now. They also talked about the event so far, before urging fans to join HWE for the premiere of HWE ShowDown this Wednesday night.

“The Mauler” Jaleel (with Jimmy Cash) beat Corey Chambers in 15:04 by pinfall following the Samoan Nightmare, to become the first-ever HWE Champion. Towards the end of the match, Chambers went for the Corey Cutter but Jaleel shoved him away and he hit the referee. Jaleel then went to blast Chambers with a Savate Kick but Chambers dodged it and hit the Corey Cutter. As he went for a cover, Alex Kingston slid into the ring with a chair and struck Chambers in the back with it. From ringside, Todd Brown noted that Chambers pinned Kingston earlier tonight, and called Kingston a 'sore loser'. When Chambers got to his feet and turned, Kingston blasted him in the gut and then the back with the chair. Kingston left the ring as the fans booed. Back in the ring, Jaleel picked up Chambers, hit the Samoan Nightmare, and the groggy referee counted to 3. After the match, Cash snatched the Championship and handed it to Jaleel, who held it between his teeth as the show went off the air.
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