So here we have a beta version of I:W's Japan PPV. It's similar to last year's, but I don't think it's anywhere near finished yet. Just something I was able to put up with what I have available at the moment. In the spoiler is the WWE12 version of the arena.
We also have a retro attire for Toxic. Having eyes showing through the mask is really off putting for retro toxic. I cannot color his eyeballs back this year (which is how I have been getting around not having an eye-covering mask since svr2010 because since that game having a mask it would also mean having no hair), because his current attire has eyeballs showing, and would probably look equally as weird without them showing. I don't know a way around the problem any more. This year I completely changed Toxic's body mass into a Super Heavyweight to make him more menacing. In the spoiler is the WWE12 version of Toxic in his retro attire fighting against Kazu Tagahashi.
Toxic is fighting Brent Young in his retro attire. In the spoilers is the WWE12 version of this attire, fighting against Shawn Youngblood.
Ah, fair enough.
We turn from one Canadian to another, as we see Aiden Keegan in a red and white attire this time, taking on current attired Toxic in the PWL 'Xtreme Violence' tv show arena. Not sure about that orange floor matt or the pattern style on the barricade, and the arena is still a work in progress.
The current Toxic is much larger than previous versions, so whilst he does still use a karate kick here or a japanese armdrag there, he is much more powerful and can bust out choke-slams to punish his smaller opponents. This new larger Toxic works in PWL pretty much as their resident wrecking ball, dismantling people at will. His love of fighting outside the ring an on the entrance way gives us a better look at the PWL arena's stage (still in beta).
CAW-PWL End Game
Jan 8th 2013
CAW's Les Taylor submitted PWL's Hardcore Champion Jeff Rigby in an Extreme Rules match. All of Jeff's weapons did him no good when the veteran grappler from England tied him up in knots in the center of the ring. After the match CAW's Hardcore Champion Daryl Deadly attacked Jeff with a steel pipe. I guess their tag team match at ViralPro meant nothing.
CAW 1-0 PWL
PWL's Toxic defeated CAW's Christian Black (also known as Hellraiser Black) in a Falls Count Anywhere match following a chokeslam on top of the ring steps.
CAW 1-1 PWL
PWL's Dawgs were bested by an unusual combination of The Hellraisers. Seth Owens (aka Hellraiser Death) revealed that Hellraiser Nitemare (aka Nate Owens) was his brother, and that is how Hellraisers Black and Death came to pass the name onto Hellraisers Nitemare and Vengeance.
CAW 2-1 PWL
The final Hellraiser, Vengeance (aka Victor Guilt), hit his 'Guilty As Sin' finishing mover on PWL's Canadian wrestler, Aiden Keegan, to secure the win.
CAW 3-1 PWL
CAW's Jacob Cass loses to PWL's Mr. Wrestling, whom retained the Warriors Of The Ring title in the process, following a Sharp Shooter.
CAW 3-2 PWL
CAW's Canadian Brent Young fell to PWL's Terror (from the Faces Of Doom), when Terror's partner Tremor interfered in the match and distracted the referee, allowing Terror to hit Brent Young with a chair and play dead. Terror then crawled on top of Brent for the pinfall.
CAW 3-3 PWL
CAW's Micheal St. Star took on PWL's Sin Limites and was the first to climb the ladder and retrieve the breifcase. Inside the breifcase was the managerial services of one of PWL's lovely ladies. PWL's women's division is due to start soon.
CAW 4-3 PWL
Elijah Aries (from PWL) won an 'Immunity Battle Royal', which meant that he could not be fired no matter which company won tonight.
CAW 4-4 PWL
CAW 4-4 PWL
Finally it was down to CAW's Hardcore champion Daryl Deadly to save the night as he took on Tremor in a first blood match. Tremor had an advantage because he was too heavy for Deadly to lift, and he eventually caught Deadly between the eyes with a kendo stick, winning the series for PWL.
CAW 4-5 PWL
Classic Action Wrestling had lost the series, and Marty St. Cool had to come to the ring and sign the contract, selling Classic Action Wrestling to Pro Wrestling Live. To add insult to injury, PWL's Randall Grimes then announced that he owned all CAW wrestler's contracts, but that he only wanted to keep Micheal St. Star to punish for conspiring with Jacob Cass to rob PWL of it's Light Heayweight and Heroes Del Mascaras titles; and Brent Young, so that he could prove Aiden Keegan was the better Canadian wrestler! Everyone else was fired immediately!