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Post by Rick Christian on September 3rd 2010, 6:19 pm


#1 - Corey Casey
Corey fought hard, and it paid off. He may not be the champion, but a win is a win, and Corey's winning streak is looking more impressive by the week.


p #2 - Knife to Know You
He won the Rising Star Championship in seconds flat, and due to his dominating victory, surpasses the losing champion.


q #3 - Aaron O'Shea
He's still the champion, but for how long? Aaron O'Shea kept the belts thanks to the actions of Jason Hawk. Has Aaron been slipping, or was this a minor setback in an otherwise triumphant return?


#4 - Chuck Matthews
Chuck Matthews certainly lived up to his self-proclaimed title of The Smartest Man in Wrestling. He won his match against Death-Angel, added two new members to Bad Company, and revealed the plan that he's so far executed to perfection. Well done.


#5 - Nick Ridicule
Another victim of circumstance, like Chuck, Nick had a great night, but is stuck where he is due to the performance of others. This week, Nick decimated half of the New Breed in a handicap match, removing any doubt that Nick was still a main event player in NLWf...and champion material.


#6 - Jason Hawk
Turnabout is fair play, a cruel lesson Aaron O'Shea learned from this man right here. He may be the Junior Heavyweight champion, but Jason Hawk sent a strong message this week following the main event. A message that said, plain and simply: "I'm not done here yet."


p #7 - Tommy Cornell
For the second time, the lower tier has been cleared out. Following the burial of Ryan Apollos, Tommy finds himself at number seven, the spot most recently held by Randy Fields. With the New Breed wiped off the rankings, where will Tommy stand when the dust settles next week?


p #8 - Matt Biggars
He's a fighter, he's a guitarist, and now, he's saved his job. In a match predicted to be a real snoozer, Matt proved not only why he should keep his job in NLWF, but why he needs to be taken as a serious threat. Only time will tell. Now that Matt's under the influence (no pun intended) of Bad Company, will this be his ticket to the top?


p #9 - Death-Angel
Death-Angel fought the best match he's fought in recent weeks. He may have lost, but he's far from out. Death os determined to make his Uprising work. But do Bad Company and the rest of NLWF have other plans?


p p #10 - TJ Tilli/Ashley Matthews
Leon Lonewolf is long gone, and here are the two we have to thank for it. TJ proved that he truly does want to turn his career around when he took out his best friend in the wrestling business. We've seen the good that Ashley did for Nick Ridicule's career. Will TJ be a repeat success? Only time will tell.

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