June 28, 2009

New features

This week, I'm going to start to take your feedback on my storylines in the form of a poll. I'll post a storyline and a poll to go with it, and you rate, from 1-10, that week's storyline. It lets me see how good of a job I'm doing.

Also, I'll now be accepting fan submitted storylines. I'll post 1 a week, along with mine. Yours can be anything you like, realistic or otherwise. Just email them to me at ACA-CT@hotmail.com

I look forward to reading your storylines.

June 27, 2009

Fantasy Storylines -- Cena's change of heart

A couple of weeks ago, I went on a rant about how John Cena should have another heel run. I figured I might as well help Vince by doing all the creative work for him too. A couple of notes before we get rolling: I'm changing my format slightly. I'm no longer going to be doing in-depth matches, just a quick rundown of who wins and how.

I'm hoping that'll give me the time to do a storyline that would last longer than one month. Also, while some of my storylines may sound a bit contradictory to my opinions, it's because Im writing them in a way that would actually work on TV (or at least trying to).

The setup:

We start out at Backlash, where John Cena is invoking his rematch clause for the WWE Title against Matt Hardy, once again a face, who won the title at Wrestlemania.

The play-out:

Week 1, Day 1

Match #1 -- Matt Hardy vs. John Cena

The match is going in Hardy's favour. Cena tries to mount a comeback, but fails. hardy counters him at every turn. Hardy delivers a Twist of Fate, and gets the pinfall. Hardy is handed his title back, and celebrates. Cena extends his hand to Hardy, in a show of good sportsmanship.

Hardy accepts the handshake, and the two share a moment of mutual respect. That is, of course, until Cena hits a devastating new finisher -- a Michinoku Driver. Cena then proceeds to lock in a Dragon Clutch (if you watch the video, it's #39).

These are naturally replacing the Attitude Adjustment and STF. The show ends as Cena stares at a lifeless Matt Hardy while holding the title over his head.

Week 1, Day 2

Cena is in the ring, and he looks pissed. Gone are the baggy jean shorts, self-promoting shirts, and stupid pump-up sneakers. He is now wearing proper clothes, dark jeans and a black long sleeve button shirt. There are the standard "why John, why?" signs, and many little children are crying, being comforted by horny fat chicks who can barely choke back their own emotions. Those who have managed to stop sobbing uncontrollably are booing.

Cena says that he knows the fans are wondering why he did what he did last night, and that he's going to tell us. You see, after Wrestlemania, he realized that everything in WWE is a joke. That the fans don't care about talent, they don't care about real ability. They only care about who has the title. For so long has real talent been overlooked in this company, it's becoming a lost art.

That ends now. John Cena is going to personally take out any man he deems unfit to represent WWE. He has taken it upon himself to restore some level of dignity to the WWE Title.

At this point, Matt Hardy interrupts him. Hardy says that the fans moved on because Cena got boring, not because he lost the title. These days, talent isn't the most important aspect of wrestling, it's the entertainment.

Cena was getting really old and tired. The fans wanted something new, they wanted a change. And that's just what Hardy gave them. Cena had his 15 minutes of fame, it's time for him to let go of the past and give someone else a chance.

Cena says that Hardy is nothing more than a phase, and that the fans will drop him just as fast as they did Cena. That is, if Cena doesn't drop him first. Matt says that sounds like a challenge. Matt tells Cena that he'll give him one last chance to win the WWE Title at Judgement Day. But only because Hardy wants to put Cena away for good.

Later on in the show, Chavo Guerrero is getting set for a match against Goldust. Chavo makes his way out to the ramp, only to be blindsided by Cena. He delivers a Michinoku Driver, which the announcers have now dubbed the Eliminator. Goldust runs out to help, but is also taken down by Cena.

Security separates Cena from the two men, and drags him out of the arena. Cena breaks free long enough to look into a camera and tell Hardy that tonight was just a small taste of what's in store.

Week 2

Cena is in action this week against William Regal. Hardy will be facing The Miz. After last week, expect anything.

Match #1 -- Cena vs. Regal

Regal stands no chance. Cena drops him with the Eliminator and makes him tap with his newly-named submission, the Euthanasia (the names aren't important, I know it sucks). After the match, Cena informs us that this isn't going to stop until The WWE title is restored to it's former glory.

Match #2 -- Hardy vs. Miz

Hardy and Miz go at it pretty good, the match is quite even. Hardy is on track to win, but Cena's new music hits (yes, I changed his music too). Hardy is distracted just long enough for Miz to get the roll-up.

Cena never makes an appearance, but hey, it worked.

Week 3

Part way into the show, we see Kofi Kingston laid out. The show continues, and then it gets interrupted with news that now Brian Kendrick has been found unconscious. Now, we see Matt Hardy attempting to find Cena.

Hardy confronts him in the lockerroom. They have a heated discussion, and Cena throws a punch, but they get separated by other superstars before anything major can go down. Cena says he'll see Hardy at Judgement Day.

Week 4

This is it, Judgement Day. The crowd is excited, and things are about to get underway. We go now to ringside for this epic battle.

Match #1 -- John Cena vs. Matt Hardy

John Cena makes his way to the ring. He's getting more boo's than ever, but he doesn't care. It's time for the champ to make his entrance. His music hits, but he's not there. Where is Matt Hardy?

Josh Matthews is in the back with a developing story. The camera shows Hardy being loaded into an ambulance. At this time, there is no word on his condition, but he'll keep us updated.

Cena is in the ring with a big smirk on his face. He says that since Matt Hardy can't compete, he should be awarded the title by forfeit. Ric Flair, the GM of Raw, makes his way to the ring now, and tells Cena that no, Cena will not be awarded the title, and that he will not get another shot at it until Hardy loses it.

On that note, Cena hits an Eliminator on Flair, leaving him in the ring, and heads to the back.

Welcome change
Cena heel status +
Hardy face status +

Now it's your turn, readers. I want you to rate this storyline in the poll I'm about to post. Use whatever criteria you like, just be honest with me. I want to know if I'm doing a good job or not.

'Til next week,


June 17, 2009

New Feature Coming Next Month

I've got a new feature debuting for the month of July. Every couple of months, I'll have a superstar of the month. For that month, I'll post only storylines involving that superstar. I already know who July's superstar will be, but I'm not going to spoil it. I'm sure it'll raise a few eyebrows, but I promise it will be electrifying, if ya smell what I'm cookin'.

See you then, Jabronis.

One Night Only -- Cena's greatest test

Well, I promised I would make it up to you, so here it is, enjoy.

As my readers probably know, I have a teensie tiny little bias against Cena. But then, so do most of my readers. The ACA questions Cena's wrestling ability on a very regular basis, so I thought I would prove once and for all if he can wrestle.

Tonight, for one night only -- John Cena will face his greatest opponent: a paper bag.

Yes, you read that right. John Cena will literally attempt to wrestle his way out of a paper bag.


Cena stumbles out to the ring, to a mass of boo's from everyone between the ages of 14 and 40. The paper bag is brought out next, to a mass of boo's from everyone under 14 and over 40. The bell sounds, an Cena starts the match in typical fashion by getting his ass handed to him. The bag bodyslams Cena, and tries for a pin. Cena, acting completely dazed, doesn't kick out until 2. But then, suddenly, he's fine again (word of advice pal, sell your injuries).

The bag runs at Cena for a clothesline, but Cena does a botched version of a drop toe hold, and then tries to lock in his pathetic attempt of an STF. The bag, having no arms or face, is immune to this, but Cena doesn't care. He gets that same "I'm gonna shit myslef" look that he always does, like it's supposed to make the hold work better. Yeah, and a flame paint job on a car makes it go faster.

The bag is still in perfect shape, and Cena is worn out. He tries absolutely everything, but the bag is still standing. Eventually, Cena just collapses from exhaustion. The bag pins Cena and gets the victory.

So there you have it, John Cena cannot in fact beat a paper bag. GTFO out of wrestling, stick to making shitty movies. At least with those, we don't have to have our finger on the channel changer to avoid it.

June 16, 2009

Fantasy Storylines -- Bourne's shot at the gold

Sorry for the week late post. My computer was in the shop getting de-crapified. I promise to make it up to you.

Anyways, this week I have Evan Bourne finally getting a title shot he really deserves. Without further ado: put your seatbelts on, and your tray tables in an upright and locked position, it's time for takeoff.

The setup:

Tommy Dreamer, who has held the ECW belt for a while now and after a brief title feud with Jack Swagger, issues an open challenge to the ECW roster. If someone can beat him here tonight, they'll get a title shot at the next PPV. Bourne answers the challenge, saying that he's wanted to face Dreamer for a while. Trouble is, management would never listen to him. This was his chance to prove that he deserves to run with the main eventers.

Bourne just has one request: that the match tonight be contested under extreme rules. If he can beat Dreamer on his own turf, he is truly ready for the title. Dreamer accepts, and the match will be tonight's main event.

The play-out:

Week 1:

Match #1 -- Bourne vs. Dreamer

With a shopping cart full of miscellaneous weaponry, Dreamer makes his way to the ring to meet a pumped up Bourne. The match begins with the men locking up. Dreamer is trying to work Bourne's legs, hoping that this will stop his aerial manoeuvres. Bourne responds by taking out Dreamer's face.

Dreamer is down, and rolls out of the ring to take a breather. Bourne does not let him rest for long, and launches himself over the ropes, attempting to crossbody Dreamer. The ECW champion grabs a bat and catches Bourne across the gut.

Dreamer rolls Bourne back into the ring and tries for a pin. Bourne is still with it enough to kick out. The men get back to their feet, but Dreamer doesn't stay up for long. Bourne levels him with a dropkick. Dreamer is down, and Bourne aims to capitalize. He puts a trash can over Dreamer's head, and heads to the top rope with a chair.

Bourne hits a brutal Shooting Star with the chair in hand. The impact lets out a loud crash from the can, and it's fully crushed around Dreamer. Bourne pulls the can off and goes for the pin.

1.......2.....wait -- Jack Swagger just came through the crowd and pulls Bourne off of Dreamer. He lifts Bourne up and hits a Gutwrench Suplex. Tthththwagger (why yes, I did just make fun of his lisp. Thanks for noticing) pulls Dreamer on top of a lifeless Bourne.

This of course being allowed under extreme rules, the ref is powerless to stop it, and has to make the count. Dreamer wins, but everyone knows Bourne had it in the bag until Jack showed up.

Swagger stands in the ring holding the ECW title over his head, the broken bodies of Bourne and Dreamer at his feet as the show goes off the air.

Week 2:

The show starts with Bourne in the ring, demanding that a title match take place between him and Dreamer at the next PPV. Dreamer comes out to the ring and says that no, the match will NOT happen. Bourne asked for extreme rules, and he got them. What Swagger did was perfectly legal.

Bourne is livid, but has to agree. But he tries to play to Dreamer's own experiences. Bourne says that Dreamer should know how hard it is to be taken seriously on this brand. Dreamer should know what it's like to be so close to glory and then have it snatched away.

Dreamer, out of sheer sympathy should grant a rematch. Dreamer says that Bourne does have a point, but he DID lose the match, so the issue is still unsolved. The two men start arguing, and Jack Swagger interrupts.

Swagger says that if anyone should get a title shot, it's him. See, he never got his contractual rematch. Bourne remarks that Swagger gave up that right when he interfered in his match last week.

At this point, T'Lo comes out and says that tonight, there's gonna be a match playa, between Jack Swagger and Evan Bourne, and the winner of that match will face Tommy Dreamer at the PPV for his ECW Title. Holla holla holla.

Match #2 -- Bourne vs. Swagger

Tommy Dreamer comes out to ringside and takes a seat at the announce table. The match is really going in Swagger's favour to start, and Bourne is having trouble finding an opening. Bourne manages to counter a clothesline attempt, and kicks Swagger in the back of the head.

Swagger drops, and tries to get out of the ring. Bourne stops him, and delivers a flying elbow to Swagger's gut. Swagger drops out of the ring, and the ref starts the count. Swagger is on his way back into the ring, and Bourne goes right back on the attack. The ref has to separate the two, holding Bourne back.

Dreamer now stands up from the announce table and hits Swagger in the nether regions. Swagger is able to get into the ring, but is rolling around clutching his ballsack. Bourne goes to the top rope, and nails the Shooting Star on Swagger.

Bourne pins Swagger, unaware that Dreamer interfered. Bourne wins, and will now face Dreamer at SummerSlam.

Week 3:

Bourne is once again in the ring, this week boasting about how he beat Jack Swagger. Dreamer of course has to come burst his bubble and play a video clip from last week. He points out that Bourne was in no way going to win that match without his "help".

Bourne begs to differ. He thinks that he was about to turn the match in his favour, but Dreamer ruined it. He says that he's going to face Swagger again this week, and to make sure there's no outside interference, it'll be in a steel cage.

That match is of course the main event.

Match #3 -- Bourne vs. Swagger

The cage is lowered, and the door locked. Bourne takes Swagger down with a series of leg kicks. Bourne starts to climb the cage, but Swagger pulls him down. Swagger now all but kills Bourne, throwing him around the ring like a ragdoll.

Maybe Dreamer was right..... Swagger is now halfway up the cage. Bourne, a little dazed, gets to his feet. He races across the ring and leaps onto the top rope. He is struggling to pull Swagger off the cage, desperately yanking on his foot.

Bourne finally gets him off the cage, but Swagger lands directly on top of him. Both combatants are winded, and are in no real shape to do anything. But they do try, and it makes for one hell of a match. Swagger is first to his feet, and he tosses Bourne into the side of the cage. Bourne rebounds, right into a belly to back suplex.

Swagger goes for a pin, but Bourne somehow finds it in him to kick out. Swagger looks confused, and tries again. No good, still only 2. He then hoists Bourne up onto his shoulders, trying for a fireman's carry.

Bourne counters, and decks Swagger with a big elbow to the skull. Swagger is laid out, and Bourne heads to the top of the cage. He looks around, with a big "yeah, I'm really gonna do it" grin on his face. "It" would be a Shooting Star Press from space. He lands on top of Swagger some 15 feet below.

1....2.....3...It's good! Bourne wins, and best of all, he shut Dreamer up.

Dreamer comes out to the stage to congratulate Bourne on his win. But it won't help him win on Sunday. If anything, he's going to be completely gassed, having spent most of his energy on tonight's match.


This is it: the match we've all been waiting for. Evan Bourne is finally getting a long-awaited title shot. If Bourne can beat Dreamer here tonight, it'll be the biggest win of his career so far.

Bourne and Dreamer show some respect by shaking hands, but after that, it's on. They go at eachother like men possessed, because they both know what hangs in the balance. Again, they look really evenly matched.

But Dreamer's been using Bourne's last 2 matches to scout his opponent. He knows what to expect, and stops Bourne every time. Bourne is doing pretty well against Dreamer too. This match is a lesson in good wrestling (Cena take note lol), both men are impressing -- big time.

Dreamer tries for an early finish with a roll up. Bourne kicks out at 1, and goes on the offensive. He takes Dreamer down with a perfect bulldog, and drops a leg across his throat. He goes for a pin, and Dreamer rolls the shoulder. Bourne tries to work over one of Dreamer's arms.

Bourne is displaying a surprising amount of technical ability, and it pays off. With Dreamer's arm injured, he has effectively removed the DDT from Dreamer's arsenal. All Bourne needs to do now is wear Dreamer down enough to get the win.

Dreamer is having trouble getting back to his feet, the sore arm causing him a lot of grief. The pain is showing on his face, but he tries to fight through it. Dreamer tries to get some basis for offense going, but fails. Bourne is literally having his way with Dreamer at this point. It's only a matter of time before Bourne delivers a Shooting Star to get the pinfall victory.

We have a new champion ladies and gentlemen! Evan Bourne now gets his first taste of gold. Dreamer is gracious in defeat, and again shakes Bourne's hand. The men celebrate together as the scene fades out.


Evan Bourne Push +
Dreamer Character +
WWE Quality +

Potential Storylines Generated:

Evan Bourne vs. Jack Swagger
Bourne vs. Tyson Kidd
Bourne teams with Dreamer
Bourne Turns Heel

Hope you enjoyed this very overdue edition of Fantasy Storylines.

Have a good night, I'm going to bed.


June 5, 2009

John Cena Needs To Turn Heel

The other day, there was apparently a meeting within WWE about Cena's face status. Creative wans to try another heel run. Vince.....not so much.

I'm here to give Vince a breakdown of the pros and cons that even he should be able to understand.

The Pros:

You could win back some old fans. There are a LOT of people that preferred Cena as a heel

It would shake things up. This is desperately needed

It's totally unexpected, which is the polar opposite of WWE's current product

Someone more deserving could be pushed as a top face

It'll open up some new feuds, instead of the current Cena/Trips/Roidtista crap.

Cena can't be hated much more than he already is. Half your work is already done

The Cons:

You would lose the mindless, impressionable 8 year olds and horny fat chicks as fans (boo hoo)

Merch sales would take a hit, but if you have a new top face lined up, you'll be fine

Those are honestly the only two I can think of

Vince, that's 2 cons. 2 measly little negatives, both of which can easily be fixed. So, my question to you is: Why haven't you done this yet? It's obviously beneficial to you, and more than likely your fanbase.

Oh wait...I can answer that myself: WWE stopped caring about the fans years ago. Right now, the bottom line is the cash. To Vince, it's all about the mon-nay. Until that changes we're stuck with Cena as a face.

Vinnie Mac has yet again failed to realize that everyone is replaceable. The Rock replaced Hogan as THE face, who was later replaced by Cena. My point is, everyone's been replaced at some point. They had their time in the spotlight, and then stepped aside to give someone else a chance to have that glory.

But no, Vince is so sold on having a wigger who can't do anything other than look like an idiot, that he's alienating fans, having the REAL talent job to said wigger, and burying everyone else. All jst to keep his butt-buddy on top (yes, that was a massive pun).

Someone needs to slap Vince across the face and make him see the light. We need to make him see that the same damn thing week after week doesn't keep our interest. He needs to stop catering to the casual marks who don't know a sleeper hold from a sleeping bag.

There is a gigantic market of knowledgeable fans that Vince is ignoring to target the wallets of parents. We all know that parents will buy anything for their kids, especially if it's to do with a role model.

So way to go Vince, you've proven once again that you care more about lining your pockets than the happiness of your fans.

In closing, Cena is nothing more than a marketing ploy, and not a very good one at that. It would be best for everyone if Cena went back to being a heel.

I just thought of something...heel merch still sells. If it didn't, why make it? Vince, you're both smarter AND dumber than I thought. You know that people will buy heel merch, yet you won't risk your top seller (who, as mentioned, is easily replaced), even if it means more badass products.

Let's face it, if Orton were a face, his stuff wouldn't be nearly as cool, because he'd be everything that people stand for. He'd be going with the grain. WOW, the social interactions that take place in wrestling are way deeper than I thought.....

In closing (for real), WWE both can and will survive without Cena as a top face.

TNA for life,


June 2, 2009

The John Cena Mail Bag

We all know that a majority of Cena fans write all over his Facebook fan page, in hopes of Cena replying to them. Well, I've got news for those people: Cena will never read your posts.

He is far too busy with things such as injecting steroids into his ass to answer you. So, I'll answer your posts for him.

"is he hot or is he sexy??? HES A HUNK!!!"

-- Cena is neither of these things. For a real definition of hot and sexy, please see Beth Phoenix.

"cena is a legand"

-- A leg and what? You need to learn how to finish your sentences.


-- Look, it says "I WANT BEE LIKE YOU" and there's a picture of a bee on it. HAHA.

"hello my name is kevin i living to france i like the wwe i very fan of john cena it is very popular in france by kevin of france"

-- So, John Cena's an "it" now? Must be all the 'roids shrinking his dick.

"i likd both f his movies...."

-- You licked his movies? Did they taste just as bad as they look?

"pls come in my birthday"

-- Dude, I think Vince is the only one who makes Cena come. Sorry to burst your bubble.

"J.C. is the best of the best!!"

-- Yes, Jesus Christ is the best of the best. Wait....you meant Cena? Oh Hells no.

"john cena is the best raper"

-- I don't want to ask how you know this.....


-- Yeah, cuz hez al lyk gangsta yo. You type like a retarded monkey. Here, have a banana.

"You can't see me the behind guy can't see me"

-- So you watch WWE while taking it in the ass? Wow, too much info.

That's all for now.

Keep hating,


Name That Tag Team

I've decided to debut the first new feature here at the ACACT. It's called Name That Tag team. Every 2 weeks, I'll post the names of 2 superstars, and you name the tag team they would form. It can be realistic, or completely ridiculous. either way, I'll post them if you send them.

For the first edition, we have:

Hornswoggle and Ultimate Warrior

Email your picks to ACA-CT@hotmail.com



June 1, 2009

Fantasy Storylines -- Vince Joins Legacy

Welcome to the very first edition of "Fantasy Storylines" here at the ACA Creative Team. This will be the weekly feature that I do. For your reading pleasure, I'd like to re-write the recent Triple H/Legacy feud.
The set up:
Vince makes his comeback after being punted, much the way he did during the storyline that aired. Instead of Roid-tista, the chairman puts himself in the 3-on-3 match for the WWE Title with Shane and Triple H.
The play-out:
Week 1:
In order to help prepare Legacy for the match, Vinnie Mac puts each member in matches. Randy Orton gets to face off with CM Punk in a special inter-brand main event, Cody Rhodes has The Miz, and DiBiase is going up against Matt Hardy.
Match #1 -- Rhodes vs. Miz
Rhodes surprisingly does quite well, and does not need help from his team members to win. It goes back and forth a bit, and we get the obligatory shot of Vince Trips and Shane-O watching the match from Vince's office.
The match ends after a Cross Rhodes and Cody gets the pin. Not surprisingly, Cody continues to make and example out of the Chick Magnet, saying that this is just a taste of what's in store for the McMahons at Backlash.
Match #2 -- DiBiase vs. Hardy
The match is not going well for Teddy. Matt has him on the ropes, and is about to hit a Twist of Fate when Rhodes runs in and makes the save. The ref, distracted by Cody, is paying no attention to the match, so DiBiase hits a low blow, dropping Hardy.
The ref of course never saw it, as he was busy dealing with Rhodes. He turns back to the match after getting Cody away from ringside, and sees DiBiase pinning Hardy. Hardy, crippled from the nutshot, cannot kick out.
Rhodes comes back to the ring, and celebrates with his partner. We then go backstage for some breaking news: CM Punk has been beaten down and left in a broken heap. No culprit in sight.
Match #3 -- Orton vs. ???
It looks like the main event isn't happening, and only one man could be responsible. Randy Orton makes his way to the ring for what is supposed to be his match. He says that he's ready to fight, but his opponent was mysteriously taken out. But, he continues, he's talked to the GM. She has found him a suitable replacement.
We all turn to the stage in anticipation of this new opponent, and.....this music hits. WTF?? Orton was looking for an easier opponent, as is usually the case with backstage beatdowns. The match takes place, but it's more of a massacre. Orton hits the RKO and that's it. Hacksaw's out cold.
Orton gets the victory, and celebrates.
Triple H then hits the ring with a sledgehammer, and Orton bolts. The two exchange some choice words with each other as Orton backs up the ramp.
After week 1, things could go either way. Could next week be the pivotal point when one team gains the upper hand?
Week 2:
We start the show with Legacy in the ring. Orton says that he's just as surprised as anyone that Puck was beat up, and that he didn't ask for Hacksaw, that's who was given to him. He's full of shit, and the fans know it. He gets booed into next week. He also says that he's arranged matches for Trips and Shane that night.
Vince is conveniently out of town on business, so he won't be competing.
Triple H will be facing the Moscow Mauler, Vladimir Kozlov. Shane will have to deal with the Big Show. Orton then tells us that Vickie has granted Legacy the night off.
Match #1 -- Shane-O vs. Big Show
Big Show is all but killing Shane, and he can't seem to find an opening. Shane rolls out of the ring, but Show is right behind him. Shane really can't catch a break. He gets tossed to the crowd barrier before being thrown back into the ring. The match ends with a nasty Chokeslam and one-foot pin by Big Show.
Trips comes out to hep Shane to the back to get looked at. He tells Shane that he'll get his revenge on Orton and Legacy.
Match #2 -- Trips vs. Kozlov
The match goes back and forth, with Trips dominating for the most part. There are a couple of times where it looks like Kozlov will win, but Triple H always comes back to counter the Russian beast's offense. After a few lucky breaks, Trips is totally in control.
He boots Kozlov in the gut, rams his head between his thighs, and hooks the arms. Just then, "Voices" blasts over the speakers, and Orton comes out to the stage. This distracts Trips, who lets go of Kozlov. Orton and Triple H stare each other down, with Triple H pointing at Orton as if to say "you're next".
This of course gives Kozlov time to attack Trips, and that's just what he does. Kozlov delivers a punishing blow, which allows him to get the victory over the WWE Champion.
Kozlov leaves, and Orton heads down to the ring. He stands over Trips, just staring, with that evil look of his. Triple H starts to stand up, and Orton backs up a bit. What's about to happen is obvious to everyone.
Just before Orton can deliver that brutal punt, Vince and Shane run to the ring. Orton tries to get away, but Triple H tackles him. Shane gets into the ring and joins in the beating. Vince, for reasons known only to him, just stands back and watches.
He grabs a mic after a minute or two, and tells the men to save it for Backlash, they'll get their revenge then.
Week 3:
While there are no direct confrontations this week, both teams are seen talking strategy for the PPV. Later on in the show, we see Vince talking to some unknown person. He says that this person is one of the most deserving people he's ever seen. Deserving of what is unclear at this point. All he asks is that this person considers his offer. Again, we don't know what the offer is.
At the start of the show, Vine is once again talking to the mystery person. He thanks the unknown person for accepting his offer, and says he won't regret it.
Culmination -- Trips, Shane-O and Vinnie Mac vs. Legacy
WWE Title on the line, winning team's leader wins the title
It's time for the 6-man tag match for the WWE Title. Legacy is in the ring first, and they are getting no love from the crowd. Team Trips comes out, and they forgo the usual entrance of water spitting, dancing and power-strutting. They're here to kick ass.
The match starts, and it's Shane against Teddy. They go at it pretty good, and DiBiase is struggling a bit. He makes a tag to Rhodes, and Shane tags in his dad. Vince may be getting frail in his old age, and is looking really bad.
Rhodes almost has him beat, but Trips breaks it up. Vince struggles to the corner and Trips gets tagged in. Rhodes decides to tag in Orton, and now the bloodbath begins. They tear each other apart, and the crowd loves it.
Triple H is now in full control. He's destroying Orton, and his teammates know it. Shane runs across the ring and takes out Rhodes and DiBiase, and in the process, himself. Trips hits the Pedigree and decides to give his father-in-law a few shots at Orton. He pulls Orton over to his corner and calls in Vince (no tag).
Triple H holds Orton for Vince, who is getting ready to kill the Viper. But wait...Vince hits Triple H? Vince looks pleased with himself, and continues the surprising attack of his own son-in-law. The ref orders Vince out of the ring, but before he leaves, he rolls a still stuned Ortonon top of Triple H.
The ref counts. 1.........2.........3. That's it, new champion! A shocking turn of events leads to the crowning of Randy Orton as WWE champion. Rhodes, DiBiase and Vince get back into the ring and congratulate Orton. Vince hands him the title, and grabs a mic.
Vince says that he told Orton that he wouldn't regret it. Only now do we realize that Orton was the mystery man. Vince tell us that after that punt from Orton several weeks ago, he realized that Orton was the future of the WWE, and that it was time he got what he deserved.
Vince says he offered to take Legacy under his wing, and help them gain the respect they should have in exchange for helping Vince deal with problems such as Triple H. He announces the formation of the "Corporate Legacy" and says that anyone who wants at Vince has to go through them first.
The show closes with the newly formed Corporate Legacy celebrating to a chorus of boos from the crowd, and stunned silence from the commentators.
Legacy Heel Status +
Vince Heel Status +
Trips loses title
Potential Storylines Generated:
Legacy vs. Hart Dynasty
Legacy turns on Vince
Legacy vs. The Colons
Vince vs. Cena
Legacy expands to SD for total domination of WWE
Roster takes a stand
Now, here's something I'll experiment with: I want you readers to vote on which one of the above potential storylines you'd like to see me write about at a later date.
Tune in next week for another edition of Fantasy Storylines, and maybe a new feature.

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Are you as fed up with the current state of WWE's television product as I am?

I know that WWE will continue to put out inferior programming, at least until this PG bullhonky ends. So, until then, I'm offering you fans a break from these horrid feuds and pointless burials of talent. I'm here to give you potential storylines and feuds that would actually make for a good show.

I'll also have other features, aside from weekly storylines, that I'll be debuting as this blog progresses.



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