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Post by Rick Christian on June 25th 2010, 12:48 am


#1 - Jason Hawk
Jason Hawk was out for retribution, and he got it, retaining the tag titles, taking back his World Heavyweight Title, and sending Death-Angel straight back to the 7-Day Champion Club. Hawk is flying high. But will he survive this week?


p #2 - Nick Ridicule
Though some might call Nick's tactics unorthodox, Nick managed to pull out a huge win in a three-on-one handicap inside a steel cage, after winning a TLC match earlier that night. Nick now walks into Simple Survival with three titles, his losing streak at an end...and the best in the world staring back at him.


p #3 - Death-Angel
Rough week for Death-Angel as he lost the world title after holding it seven days. However, the Behemoth also managed to get some much desired revenge on Havoc, and decimated Jason and Brenton before finally losing the strap.


q #4 - Chuck Matthews
Chuck shocked every fan in attendance when he forfeited the Universal Title to Corey Casey. Later in the night though, he failed to help Corey retain. Was this the fatal flaw in an otherwise perfect plan? Or was the steel cage match just another pawn for the Smartest Man in Wrestling?


#5 - Corey Casey
Talk about a tough break. Corey went from double champion, top of the world, to a man with nothing left, literall overnight. Corey lost both the NLWF and Universal Title, effectively making him the shortest Universal Champion in NLWF history. However, a double champion is nothing to shake a finger at, and for this feat, he remains at number five.


q #6 - Brenton Cyrus
If there's anyone who's falling faster than Brenton Cyrus, I can't name him. Brenton was destroyed by Death-Angel this week, and though he has two new cronies in the form of Matt Gray and Chad Mason, it doesn't make his recent actions any less disappointing.


#7 - Matt Gray
Matt lost this week, once again failing to wrap his hands around the NLWF Title. However, he did beat down Bad Company after the match, an impact strong enough to keep him at number seven.


#8 - Ryan Apollos
Ryan Apollos was the only man besides the tag champions to show any sort of initiative in his match this week. He lost to Hawk and Ridicule, but gave it a winning effort, and stays in place.


#9 - TJ Tilli
TJ Tilli retains his number nine slot, but on a technicality. A performance like the one he gave this week is pathetic, but as nobody else did any better, TJ remains the "worst of the best."


p #10 - Chad Mason
Once an ASWA Rookie, now an NLWF Competitor, Chad came back to Rookie 2 Legend on a technicality, but proved his doubters wrong by defeating James Shark and bcoming the first ever to win the competition. Chad now heads to simple survival as NLWF newest talent...with a Freedom Title match against his former mentor in his crosshairs.

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