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Post by Rick Christian on October 28th 2010, 4:14 pm



#1 - Nick Ridicule
Nick won and managed to defend the titles against the returning Notorious K.I.D. Not to mention, throughout the night, he seemed to be one step ahead of anything Bad Company was throwing at him. Is someone sabotaging Bad Company from the inside out? Was this a lucky week for Nick Ridicule? Or was he simply on top of his game?


p #2 - Corey Casey
Once again, we saw the level of violence Corey is able to bring to his matches, this time in a tag match against Brenton Cyrus and Death-Angel. Corey also found himself on the winning side, if only for one night, as he and the Dark Knights ran rampant on Revolution.


p #3 - Biggie Mac
Biggie proved why he’s still a champion by defeating Ruben Ricardo Leon, as well as ending the career of Ashley Matthews. But as the leader of Bad Company, Biggie seemed to crumble under the pressure. Now, the NLWF champion looks to destroy the man that he feels betrayed him…with his wife’s life in the sway…


q #4 - Chuck Matthews
Chuck was MIA this week, taking a break from NLWF in place of a seat in the audience. Add in a beat down at the end of the night, and perhaps the best place he could have spent his day off was at home in front of the TV.


#5 - TJ Tilli
Yet again, TJ finds himself on the winning side, defending the Undisputed Rising Star Championship against Matt Biggars and Gunther. Four more defenses means a championship match as well as the briefcase. But with two of the Dark Knights staring at him at City of Evil, can TJ keep up his recent dominance?


p #6 - Jason Hawk
Even deadbeat teammates can move up. Jason picks up his first victory since the Pro Wrestling Classic, thanks to Corey’s dominance in their tag match this week.


p #7 - Ruben Ricardo Leon
He didn’t win, but he didn’t lose, and he keeps his mask. At the cost of Ashley Matthews’s career, Leon stands, his mask still proud on his face.


q #8 - Matt Biggars
Biggars found himself on the losing side this week, losing to TJ Tilli in a championship match. Once a powerful competitor, Matt seems to be reverting. Can he turn it around again?


#9 - Brenton Cyrus
Momentum stopped dead, but Brenton still remains at number nine. This week, he looks to take on Nick Ridicule, teamed with his fellow tag team champion and greatest tag team member of the year. Will we finally see the resurrection of a God?


#10 - Gunther
Yet another case of not winning or losing, Gunther managed to stay alive in his match this week, until Matt was taken out by Tilli.

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