SANATORIUM | FEBRUARY 5TH, 2021 Jan 30, 2021 13:29:24 GMT -5
Post by Eden on Jan 30, 2021 13:29:24 GMT -5
Broadcasting through FXX and Netflix from The Sanatorium Arena in Serenity, California
Friday, February 5th, 2021 at 9 PM PST, 12 AM EST, 11 PM CT(US)
Saturday, February 6th, 2021 at 5 AM(UK)
2 RPs, up to 1000 words apiece
A single RP, up to 2000 words
Brian Blades versus John Blade
The names kinda begged for this match to be made. Brian Blades came in like a house on fire, but that seemed to dry up quick. Blade seems to be the de facto test around here on if you've got the stuff to hang on the program or if we should be ushering you through the Red Door. If Blades shows his early potential, this could be extremely onesided.
Abby Evans versus Orianna Johnson
After an outrageous throwdown in a coffee shop with Abby Evans, Orianna Johnson has found herself in the Sanatorium, and Warden Eden isn't sitting on the chance to cash in on something that made news headlines. Will this resolve the problem, or perhaps it's just the beginning of a whole series of matches? We'll have to see how this one plays out to know!
The Hive versus Lobos de la Muerte
After the tremendous tag clash at Shogun, the fallout just keeps rolling. The Hive couldn't quite get the job done against Iconoclast, but really... who on God's green earth could at the rate they're going? They have a chance to prove themselves as dominant as they showed their potential in the chamber to be here.
Sarah Lynn versus Phantom
The Fate Changer seems to be really coming into her own here lately, but the Warden isn't sleeping on throwing her some real challenges finally. The Unstoppable Killing Machine is a Sanatorium mainstay and former Tag Champ who showed at Grindhouse that he can still be a real threat to be reckoned with. Can Sarah Lynn change what seems to be fate here?
Chris Chaos versus Hugh Merus
In the first of a pair of singles matches for these teams, Chris Chaos takes on the less serious of the Tag Team Champions to offer a view on how they might square up if given a shot at the gold. Chaos has knocked WWH upper management out of their socks with his talent level, so nobody should be scheduling their pee break in this offering.
Gabe Reno versus Mike Lavicle
The second of the two singles matches for this team. Gabe Reno has been putting his name out there as potential Tag Champ material as part of the Iconoclast, but he's also got long standing beef with the Asylum Champion V and Legion. Will this match go off without a hitch, or will there be shenanigans from the outside? Can Mike Lavicle as the more serious of the tag champs pull out a win over the impressive Iconoclast member that's rumored to be seen as a potential Asylum contender down the line?
Legion versus Tora Nishida
Tora Nishida could be seen as floundering in the wake of the loss of the Demolition Championship, but he's got his buddies the Lobos de la Muerte at his back to try to course correct. The whole of Destino is tied up in a war with the Hive on this show, and there are strong rumors that Legion is to be granted a contendership against V on this night. Delivering hard in this match would make it seem inevitable, but Tora could also cement his own spot at a higher championship shot more to his liking than the Demolition with a strong showing as well.
NonTitle: Christy Winters versus Chucky Ross
The new Demolition Champion himself, Chucky Ross, squares off against the woman who managed to take the Underground Championship off Kiera Katharsies for a hot minute. If Christy can put away Chucky Ross it would be straight dummy booking for her to get a shot at the Demolition Title instead, but the Soulless Jester has proven himself to be a hell of a wildcard in taking the belt at Grindhouse.
Underground Title Match: Aaron Jones versus Kiera Katharsies
No rest for the motherfuckin' wicked indeed. The Underground Championship has been defended on every show since Grindhouse, and the Warden isn't biding her time on Aaron Jones' shot at it. Aaron Jones has shown nothing but disdain for the sport of pro wrestling, but this doesn't seem to be something that would faze Kiera Katharsies, or should we call her KiKi? Her inner turmoil could be her undoing here, despite the quick take back of the title from Christy Winters. One hell of a night comes to a finale with this one.