!BANG! TV Report
Airdate October 17, 2002
Cox Cable Channel 16 Ocala, FL
Written by James Malone AKA Sign Guy

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     Hello all and welcome to this week's edition of the !BANG! TV report.
Today's show featured the much anticipated tag team grudge match featuring
the team of Tokyo Japan's "The Storm" Chuck Reid and the most annoying man in
the Funking Conservatory, FC Hard-core Champion Heater, against the undefeated
team of FC United States Champion Osamu Nishimura and FC Triple Crown
Champion, The Royal Stud Adam Windsor. Officiating the match would be Claudia
"The Claw" Reiff and special second referee Dr Tom Prichard of WWE.

Adam and Chuck Reid would start for their respective teams. The match kicked off
with Reid getting a headlock on Adam. Adam countered by pushing Reid into the
ropes but Reid caught Adam with a shoulder tackle. Reid bounced off the ropes over
Adam, ducked Adam's clothesline attempt, and was met with a kick to the face
by Adam. Adam took Reid down to the mat with an armdrag followed up with a
headlock. Reid gave Adam two blows to the stomach and threw him over the top
rope. Reid did not see that Adam had landed feet first on the ring apron and
had made his way to the top turnbuckle. As Reid turned around, Adam came off
the top with a flying forearm sending Reid down to the mat. Reid went to tag
Heater into the match only to find Heater trying to have a conversation with
Dr Tom Prichard. Reid didn't like this one bit. Heater reluctantly tagged
into the match only to find that Adam had made the tag to Nishimura.

Heater tried a quick schoolboy rollup on Nishimura, but Nishimura quickly kicked
out at one. Heater then ran to his corner and started talking to Tom Prichard
again. Heater came back into the ring just as The Claw started to count.
Nishimura gained the advantage on Heater with a headlock takedown to the mat.
As Heater made it back to his feet, he was back down from Nishimura's hiplock
takeover. Heater countered on Nishimura with a head scissors and an evil
laugh. Nishimura rolled over and made his way into a nice headstand.
Nishimura brought his feet down and powered his way out of the head scissors
into a clean break.

Heater tagged Reid back into the ring and once again started to bother Tom Prichard.
Reid and Nishimura locked up for their first time. Nishimura pushed Reid into the
ropes and Reid sent Nishimura down to the mat with a shoulder tackle. Reid bounced
off the ropes over Nishimura and was caught by Nishimura with a hiptoss. Nishimura
applied an armbar on Reid and then made the tag to Adam. Adam took Reid down to
the mat with an armdrag then going right back into the armbar. As Reid rose to his feet,
Adam took him back down with a fireman's carry. Reid managed to counter on Adam
with the armdrag into the armbar. As Reid pulled Adam into his corner to make the
tag, there was no one there because Heater was STILL talking to Tom Prichard
and not concentrating on the match.

Heater did make the tag and gave Adam two blows to the head followed up by
an armdrag. Then Heater ran to the corner to tell Tom Prichard how good the
moves were, but was surprised to find Nishimura standing behind him. Nishimura
applied an armtwist on Heater. Nishimura followed up with a leg scissors on Heater's
arm. The Claw asked Heater if he wanted to give up, but Heater said no. Nishimura
threw Heater into the corner, gave him two blows to the stomach, applied a reverse
headlock and dragged him over to the corner to tag Adam. Adam came in and sent
Heater back down to the mat with two European uppercuts. Adam then set Heater
in the corner and gave him two huge chops, then dragged him back to his corner
and tagged Nishimura back in. Nishimura knocked Heater down to the mat with a
kneelift and followed up with a leglock. Heater managed to grab the bottom
rope forcing Nishimura to break the hold. Nishimura used a trip toehold to
take Heater back down to the mat and then applied an Indian deathlock.
Nishimura even used the move used by Heater called the Burning Bridges. The
Claw again asked Heater if he wanted to give up, but Heater again said no.
Nishimura made another tag to Adam. Adam took Heater and set him in a high
vertical suplex. Adam went for a cover, but Heater somehow kicked out at two.
As Adam picked Heater back up, Heater countered with a series of blows to
Adam's head and midsection. Heater then dragged Adam back to his corner and
made the tag to Reid.

Reid started off his attack on Adam with two forearms to the head and followed up
with a powerful bodyslam. Reid went for a cover, but Adam kicked out at two. While
the action was going on in the ring, Heater would not stop bothering Tom Prichard.
Reid kept going on Adam with another bodyslam and went for another cover, which
Adam again kicked out at two. Adam started to come back with two body shots and
forearms on Reid and then made the tag to Nishimura. Nishimura took Reid back
down to the mat and followed up with a head scissors. After Reid kicked out of the
head scissors, Nishimura challenged Heater, who was now aggravating Tom Prichard,
to step back into the ring. As Reid went to make the tag. Nishimura tried a schoolboy
rollup pinning combination, but Reid kicked out at two. Nishimura dragged
Reid back to the corner and tagged Adam in once again. Adam applied an
armtwist on Reid, but Reid countered with an armtwist of his own and went for
the tag to Heater.

Heater was too busy talking to Dr. Tom Prichard to notice his partner
standing behind him. Reid and Adam started exchanging blows. Reid gained the
advantage and then propelled Heater into the ring with the ropes. Reid made the tag to
Heater on his way out of the ring. Adam picked Heater up and looked like he was
going to give Heater the Royal Edge, but it turned into a reverse facebuster.
Adam went for the cover, but Reid made the save at two. Adam threw Heater
into the corner and blasted him with the running clothesline. Adam then
tagged Nishimura back into the match. Nishimura went after Heater with a
series of kicks followed up by two hard punches and more kicks. Nishimura
went for a cover, but Heater kicked out at two. Adam tagged back in and
locked heater up in a chicken wing submission hold. Adam rolled him back for
the pin, but Heater kicked out at two again. Heater countered with several
blows to Adam's head and stomach. Heater then made the tag to Reid. Reid
continued where Heater had left off with blows to the head and stomach of
Adam. Reid pushed Adam back into the corner, gave him two kneelifts, and
followed up with a hiptoss. Reid went to whip Adam into the corner, but Adam
reversed and caught Reid with forearms and chops. Adam tagged Nishimura in
and Nishimura went to work on Reid by whipping him into the ropes and
catching him with a dropkick. Nishimura whipped Reid into the ropes again and
caught him with a sleeper hold.

Reid was all alone as his partner Heater started gabbing at Tom Prichard once again.
Reid however was able to hold off Nishimura's sleeper hold. Nishimura tagged Adam
and Adam went right to work on Reid with two big suplexes. Adam then set up to give
Reid the superkick. Adam went for the kick, but Reid blocked it. Adam went for a
clothesline, but Reid ducked and Adam accidentally clotheslined The Claw. Reid took
the advantage with a Death Valley Bomb. Heater then begged for the tag.

With The Claw down on the mat, Dr. Tom Prichard came into the ring as acting
referee. Heater tagged in and covered Adam Windsor.  Dr. Prichard counted to
two as Adam kicked out. Heater went for another cover and told Dr Prichard to
count, but Adam again kicked out at two. Heater then started to get upset at
Dr Prichard and started to push him around. After pushing Dr Prichard three
more times, Dr Prichard decided that this was enough and punched Heater on the
chin. Heater staggered back and bumped into his partner, Chuck Reid.  Reid gave
a stare to Heater thinking his partner had turned on him. Reid picked up Heater and
gave him a Death Valley Bomb. Adam then picked up Heater and delivered the Royal
Ride as Nishimura caught Reid in a northern lights suplex. Adam then took Heater by
the legs and locked him in a sharpshooter while Nishimura grabbed Heater's head in a
cross face submission hold.

With two submission holds being applied at the same time, Heater had no choice but to tap
out and Dr Prichard called for the bell. Dr. Tom had had enough of Heater's annoying
personality and even though two it was "Two on One, Dr. Tom allowed the tap and
declared the winners and still undefeated as a tag team, Adam Windsor & Osamu
Nishimura.

     On Saturday night, October 26, the !BANG! TV taping "Hell To Pay" will
be taking place at the Dory Funk Arena in Ocala, FL. The show will kick off
with a battle royal to determine who will face Adam Windsor for the FC World
Heavyweight Championship. The winner of the battle royal will also be awarded
the !BANG! TV Championship. The show will be highlighted by the return of The
First Lady Of Wrestling Missy Hyatt. The card will feature wrestlers such as
Adam Windsor, Eric The Great, Untouchable Scotty Z, Cory "The Sledgehammer"
Connors, and many others with The Claw officiating the action.
     Be sure to check out next week's !BANG TV report. See you at the matches.
 
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