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Post by Rick Christian on October 21st 2010, 1:22 pm


p #1 - Nick Ridicule
It's been a long time, but Nick Ridicule is back in the number one spot. As the new World Heavyweight and Undisputed Champion, Nick revealed his true intentions and joined the Dark Knights. There are a million questions to be asked, but perhaps the smartest one is: What will he do next? Could this be the beginning of the end for Bad Company? Or has Nick Ridicule just commit career suicide?


#2 - Chuck Matthews
Tough week for Mr. Matthews. Not even the smartest man in wrestling could have forseen the events on Revolution, with Nick Ridicule replacing Chuck's daughter as the referee. Like it or not, Chuck Matthews lost the Devastation match, though he still holds his spot leading Bad Company. He remains at number two, due to Corey's tough losses.


q #3 - Corey Casey
Corey Casey walked in this week with the World Heavyweight and Undisputed titles, and left with nothing. After his decimation of Nick Ridicule at Seven Sins, Corey was unable to keep the streak going, and for the first time in nearly two months, Corey finds himself dethroned, no longer in the number one spot. But is this truly a loss for Corey Casey? Or will he find his way back to the top in the weeks to come?


p #4 - Biggie Mac
If there was any doubt that this man is here to stay, it's gone now. Biggie Mac defied the odds and did the impossible by defeating Chuck Matthews...in his own match...in his hometown. Such a feat catapults Biggie to the top five, but one has to ask: With Biggie Mac as the current NLWF Champion, and the war that was seen oon Revolution...has this affected Biggie Mac's standing with Bad Company?


#5 - TJ Tilli
It's been said before, but why not say it again? TILLI FOR THE FUCKING WIN! Tilli, unfortunately, remains at number five this week, due to Biggie Mac's performance. But that's not to take anything away from the new Rising Star Champion, and the reigning Junior Heavyweight Champion. So far, nobody has been able to defend the Rising Star Title five times. Will the Australian Assailant be the man to do it?


q #6 - Matt Biggars
Matt lost the Rising Star Championship this week, then was nearly knocked the fuck out on Direct Hit. Such a crummy week means Matt drops to number six, thanks to two outstanding performances from Biggie Mac and TJ Tilli.


#7 - Jason Hawk
Once at the "Top of the Mountain," now it seems that Jason Hawk can't buy a match. This week marks the nearly two month period without a victory for the Key to Extraordinary. Are we seeing the slow and painful death of Jason Hawk? Who will be the one to pull the plug? Regardless, Jason remains at number seven for his unconvincing loss.


p #8 - Ruben Ricardo Leon
Ruben's been dying to prove that he's a mainstay in NLWF. This week, he pulled off a big win, by disqualification, against Jason Hawk. Unconvincing, and likely not the way Ruben wanted the match to end...but a win is a win, and it means Ruben jumps up another place.


p #9 - Brenton Cyrus
He didn't succeed in his mission to win the Rising Star or Junior Heavyweight Championships, but he didn't lose either. Brenton Cyrus, due to a strong performance, moves up one in the rankings this week. But unless he can start winning, he's got a long, hard climb to get back to the top.


p #10 - Gunther
The Self-Proclaimed Sex God had a strong showing this week, first interrupting the opening match, then defeating Caleb Hart and earning a shot at the Rising Star Championship. Can he pull it off?

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