ARMCHAIR BOOKER I : SUMMERSLAM 2014


17 August 2014

I decided to do my own pro wrestling booking series that begins at this weekends WWE SummerSlam and culminates whenever I feel like it. Perhaps after Wrestlemania 32. Why? A creative writing exercise combined with insomnia. Enjoy!

SUMMERSLAM FROM STAPLES CENTER IN LOS ANGELES, CA

The Beast vs. The Champ in a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match: Brock Lesnar w/ Paul Heyman vs. John Cena © – Lesnar wins with the F-5 and becomes the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Lesnar is a special attraction and  Heyman uses his name to get heat until Lesnar returns for his next title defense.

 

Cena backstage interview with Renee Young. Final main event hype video and UFC style tale of the tape.

Randy Orton vs. Roman Reigns – Orton wins after he counters the spear into an RKO. Feud continues. Gimmick match at  the next PPV.

Grudge match: Chris Jericho vs. Bray Wyatt – Wyatt wins after hitting Sister Abigail.

Buffer – either a tag title match or a series of interviews and video packages.

Grudge match: Stephanie McMahon vs. Brie Bella – Stephanie wins. There will be an eventual Stephanie vs. AJ Lee feud.

Divas Championship: AJ Lee © vs. Paige – AJ wins clean. Paige will be back once we have a new Divas Champion. Give them 15 minutes to put on a wrestling clinic.

Flag Match: Rusev vs. Jack Swagger – Swagger wins. However, he does not pin the so called hero of the Russian Federation, so we get a rematch at the next PPV (a Boot Camp Match).

Lumberjack match: Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins – Ambrose wins, but he’s not done with Seth yet by a long shot, he wants that Money in the Bank contract. This is the only match I could see opening the show, other than maybe Paige & AJ. Not sure how big the crowd would pop for the Divas as an opener, though.

Kick-off show match for the Intercontinental championship: The Miz © vs. Dolph Ziggler – Ziggler wins with the superkick.

I’ll see you guys Monday before RAW for the next edition. From now on cards will be of my creation. Any matches that match WWE’s current program is either purely coincidental or too good not to rip off.

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