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John Montana vs. Kurt Kiddo; Montana's official debut
Topic Started: Sep 24 2017, 09:57 PM (98 Views)
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First match post to come shortly.

EDIT: Due to unforeseen circumstances I've found it difficult to find the time to produce the full match I had planned to write. A short summary in the style of iPPV writing will instead be posted shortly. Keep your eyes peeled for John Montana's first ever performance!
Edited by airkiddo, Sep 29 2017, 06:42 PM.
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KURT KIDDO (2-0)

JOHN MONTANA (1-1)
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JOHN MONTANA vs KURT KIDDO

The young upstart John Montana made his first grand entrance to a PRW ring, evidently excited as he ran across the stage eagerly; before taking to the ramp, he stood and soaked in the occasion with a heartwarming smile on his face. He would share an emotional moment with his family by the ringside - a single mother, his girlfriend and a younger sister, all congregated in the arena to watch the proud young man take to the squared circle against the challenging Kurt Kiddo.

Kurt Kiddo entered the ring in dramatic fashion, akin to his impressive arrival at Clash of the Titans. The smoky, dimly lit arena set a menacing tone as he stomped towards the ring with Massive Attack blasting through the speaker system. The older of the Massachusetts-born comptetitors comes out to a both-which-way reception - cheers from fans impressed with his frenetic style, and boos from those livid with his manner of victory.

The match itself starts off immediately intense. Kurt Kiddo applies pressure onto the young combatant early, not particularly squashing him but certainly asserting some dominance quickly. Montana spends a lot of the early stages of the match backed up on the ropes or into the corner, but nonetheless attracts attention and some genuine applause for clever, instinctual reversal skills. Kiddo's early offence is successful with a lot of heavy strikes - mostly elbows, knees and low kicks - landing with frequency; but Montana continues to thwart the biggest move attempts, and turns the match on its head when dropping Kiddo with a Springboard Dropkick.

Montana uses this point in the match to showcase his ability, working Kiddo into a variety of locks and holds, although he too proves his own mastery as he makes it unmistakably difficult for Montana to successfully apply his manoeuvres. Eventually, despite a handful of strong high flying moves from Montana - most noticeably a swivelling DDT through the air - Kiddo does not succumb and pushes through to take control once more. The Salem native achieves this through a noisy scoop powerslam hat sends shockwaves through Montana's system.

As Montana writhes in pain, Kiddo keeps up the barrage as he assaults Montana with his frantic fighting. The Cambridge-born teenager finds himself getting whacked about by Kiddo's rabid forearms and elbows, and even finds himself totally rocked after an astounding spinning back kick from Kiddo succeeded by a dropkick to hurtle him into the ropes, and a clothesline to outside the ring. Kiddo takes a rare respite to urge the crowd to roar, raising his arms vigorously towards them; and is met with some cheers. Then, with Montana unsteady on his feet outside the ring, Kiddo charges and vaults over the top rope, on a crash collision with Montana. The Suicide Dive sees them both collapsed outside the ring. The fans are ecstatic; you can only ever marvel when three-hundred pounds soars through the air with the finesse of a man half as heavy.

The two eventually return to the ring and some relatively even back-and-forth continues, with Kiddo holding some very little control over Montana. The two continue to telegraph one another, but Montana breaks the stalemate after he is whipped into the turnbuckle; he ducks the following clothesline and scurries forward under Kiddo's outstretched arm, then rollicks Kiddo with a stern neckbreaker. Montana leaps to his feet and dashes towards the opposite ropes. He bounces off of them at speed, sprinting towards the felled Salemite and crushing his face with a hefty knee drop.

John Montana, spurred on by the excitement emenating from the vibrant crowd, then runs to the farthest ring ropes and, after rebounding off of these, smashes Kiddo with a leg drop. Finally, to complete the offence, Montana musters all energy and tunnelling it into a startling Springboard Elbow Drop. He clamours on top of Kiddo, raising his leg for the pin.

"One!"

"Two!"


To John Montana's momentary dismay, Kurt Kiddo kicks out; but determined, the rookie rages on. Montana gets up and drags Kiddo up with him, situating him against the turnbuckle. Montana throws a few punches, then showboats before throwing another one which Kiddo evades. Kiddo then grabs and throws Montana into buckle himself, whacking him with an elbow. Kiddo drags him away from the turnbuckle, before whipping him into it again. Montana takes a few punches before evading, nailing Kiddo with a dropkick; the Salemite falls back into corner.

Montana grabs Kiddo and smashes him with a forearm, then spins him as he tries to hit his face against the turnbuckle. Kiddo resists, jutting out his elbows against his opposer's guts and bursts out. He turns, striking Montana in the face, sending him stumbling backwards with another impressive dropkick. Kiddo, as always, lands heavily. He jumps back up and clutches Montana, trying to knee him in the gut, but Montana blocks and stomps on Kurt's foot. He cracks Kiddo in the face, bounces back into the ropes and aims for a clothesline on the rebound. Kiddo ducks and sticks out a foot to trip John Montana towards the canvas.

Not one to be fazed by simple, petty tricks, Montana quickly gets back up and walks towards Kiddo, who smacks him with a punch and whips him into the closest turnbuckle. Montana, in a startling display of quick-thinking and athleticism; leaps up the corner to the top rope and dives off, twisting his body as he attempts a Hurricanrana. The Cambridge kid jets towards Kiddo, but he catches Montana on his shoulders and resists the Hurricanrana. Kiddo boasts Montana on his chest, and bellows into his face, before ultimately slamming him into the canvas with a Sitout Powerbomb. Montana finds his shoulders pinned and leg hooked hoisted up, and the referee drops into position.

"One!"

"Two!"

"THREE!"


Regardless of John Montana's best efforts, he falls short against his much larger adversary in a contest sure to draw eyes towards the Cambridge kid. Nonetheless, Kurt Kiddo stands triumphant on Rage, and celebrates with hands aloft. He beats his hairy chest and empties his lungs into a deep roar, but as he does the commentators begin to streamline the breaking news of the night.

COMMISSIONER RAZER HAS GRANTED MANIK MERCER A REMATCH AGAINST KURT KIDDO - LIVE AT BLOODLETTING 2017 IN EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY!
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