August 5th, 2013
Live from the Time Warner Cable Arena
in Charlotte, North Carolina!
CK Panic vs. Kenol Billy
General Manager William Bateman has yet to announce what his exact plan is to crown the new World Champion, but if he's serious about watching for those making an impact, he's got two prime candidates to watch for in the main event. CK Panic, aside from having a rematch he never took, has impressed by beating a top contender and the last Evolution champion from FCW's first run. On the other side, Kenol Billy has been racing up the card, Billy Clubbing anyone that gets in his way. This match is a case of an irresistible force meeting an unmovable object, and one has to think that a win all but guarantees a spot in the World Title match at Undertow. So who will earn this all important victory?
Vanessa Cade vs. Marcello Bell
The Woman With the Golden Elbow looked strong on FCW's first show back, but she hit a 330-pound roadblock in Florida in her quest to become the face of Full Circle Wrestling. She gets an opportunity to regain momentum and increase her chances at a world title match when she goes up against the Crimson Hydra, who came to Miami to voice his strong opinions on the way a wrestling company should be run. He couldn't have pissed off the GM too badly, because he's got a huge chance to regain ground in the race to become the next World Champion. The only question that remains is whether or not he will capitalize on this Golden Opportunity.
Sachiele Willows vs. Aiden Maddox
They say you shouldn't cross the boss, and it seems that is true even when your boss is your trainer. Despite Allison's insistence that she not, Sachiele took out her deep-seated hatred for the current Evolution Champion. Allison promised punishment, and she certainly delivered, as Sachiele must now wrestle Aiden Maddox fresh off of a hard fought loss against CK Panic. Neither the Angel of Winter or the Ultraviolent Asshole are likely to be pleased with this match, especially with the way the Evolution Championship match from Equinox #14 ended, but one of them is going to get a measure of revenge in Charlotte. Will Aiden prove sufficient deterrant for future insolence, or will Sachiele prove victorious in defiance?
The Kliq vs.
Trent Black and Seymour Almasy
Bruno was not successful in his first match in FCW's second run, but when Tony Damico returned to reunite with the Compton Colossus, the Kliq found better success. They are up against a new team that, perhaps surprisingly, is also finding success in tag team action. It's hard to imagine that someone once known as "El Rudo Magnifico" could coexist with a man known as the Final Fantasy, but they did so against a team that would probably be upset if they knew they were referred to as Strange Bedfellows, each for different reasons. One of those fellows, Tony Da' Ringcat, will be on hand to provide his special brand of expertise on commentary, leaving us wth many questions. Will the Kliq continue to be Bigger, Badder, and Better? Will Black and Almasy continue to coexist? Will Tony's and Almasy's...philosophical differences resurface? These questions and more will be answered.
RB Blake vs. Jocelyn Ames
To say that Jocelyn Ames is upset would be an epic understatement. She is a Ginger with Intent to do much more than Injure Aaron D'Aubergine after their double knockout draw in Miami. Despite this, the FCW General Manager is insisting she compete, but she doesn't get her hands on the Lionheart until Undertow. On Equinox #16, she gets to tangle with fellow Boston native RB Blake. He impressed with his performance against fellow rookies Cain Barley and Ash Empyre, but he must be careful. He might be able to work his way into world title contention with a victory over Jocelyn, but if he gets it, he might make her even angrier than she already is...assuming his victory holds with the mysterious Jocelyn Martial Arts rulebook, anyway.
Aaron D'Aubergine vs. Ash Empyre
The Lionheart Aaron D'Aubergine has proven that he is an able competitor, but with one loss, one draw, and no wins, the record books don't seem to agree. He gets a chance to balance the sheets in North Carolina as he goes up against Ash Empyre. It's already obvious that Ash's Expectations are Greatest for himself, and that he won't suffer someone else to meet greater success than him; however, that is just what Aaron is tasked with obtaining. Empyre assaulted an FCW veteran after only losing once, so there's no telling what will happen if he loses two in a row, but it is Ruppy's job to ensure we find out.
Kendall K. Kingham vs. Kilroy Evans
There are lots of K's in this match, with Kendall K Kingham (with brother Kyle Kingham no doubt in tow) facing off against Kilroy Evans. The host of "The Immaculate Kenception's Hour of Power" is going to find out all about power, both physical and psychological, as she goes up against one of the original innovators of violence, coming off of a loss to the Kliq. Whether Kilroy's loss, or Kendall's view of Kilroy's loss, will affect the match is something that remains to be seen, but something that is all but certain is that this match is going to get ugly, no matter how perfect Kendall thinks she is. Another thing that's certain is that only one of them can bounce back from a loss, but who will it be?
Nolen Phillips vs. Cain Barley
Life has not been kind to Cain Barley or Nolen Phillips. Cain ate a Hail Mary (that's the Brainbuster one...not to be confused with the eating a knee in your face one) and a loss to RB Blake, and while Nolen got a win, it was a somewhat hollow one given Jeffrey Alexander's injury. Plus, he got assaulted from behind by Ash Empyre later, which couldn't've been fun either. One of them gets to find a silver lining in Charlotte, though, but will it be the Mad Scientist or the Gentleman that will puzzle out a path to victory?
Gareth Sexton vs. Dan In The Box
In the return of the dark matches to Equinox's card, Gareth Sexton takes on Dan In The Box. Considering the… unstable psyches of both men, this is bound to be a damned bloody encounter. Who will emerge victorious? More importantly, is victory a pinfall in this case… or seeing who can inflict more pain upon their opponent? Only one way to find out!
Roleplay Deadline: August 3rd, 2013
11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time