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ChronoSLAM - Season 2 - Fallout

Fri 10 Mar 10:40am

>Sunday 12th March – 8PM GMT/3PM EDT

Last month at the Ninth Greatest Night in the History of Our Sport The Undertaker shocked the Epoch by pinning AJ Styles to become the Infinite Champion. After denying the former champion a rematch, AJ Styles beat the Undertaker to earn the right to a rematch. Can AJ Styles recapture the gold or will the fire of the Deadman burn brighter than ever?

Pilldust were a second away from breaking up a pin fall in their Parallel Tag Team Championship opportunity, the current champions Self F5 have granted them a rematch at the PPV. However the past weeks have seen no honour in the fighting; Stardust refused to shake DDP’s hand post match and Brian Pillman walked out on a match against Brock Lesnar.

By the end of Fallout either Dusty Rhodes or Kofi Kingston will be the longest reigning Limitless Champion. The current champion Kofi Kingston is currently tied for the record with his challenger The American Dream. Can the former two time champion start his third reign in the divison and cement his legacy or will Kofi Kingston become the new torchbearer for the Limitless Division.

After a hiatus the Fortuna Championship will be defended at the PPV in a rematch of sorts from last year: Tamina will take on Asuka in a Last Woman Standing match.

Andre the Giant is scheduled to compete.

We also understand that General Manager plans to address the interference of Bushwacker Butch and Lex Luger.

>Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe vs. Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Balor
>Diesel vs. Baron Corbin vs. Zack Ryder
>PARALLEL CHAMPIONSHIPS – Brock Lesnar and Diamond Dallas Page (c) vs. Stardust and Brian Pillman
>LIMITLESS CHAMPIONSHIP – Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Dusty Rhodes
>INFINITE CHAMPIONSHIP – Undertaker (c) vs. AJ Styles

Sun 12 Mar 9:38pm

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The Conjectural History of ChronoSLAM

Sun 12 Feb 3:59am

Ch 4 Pt 4: The Infinite Championship
Awarded to Baron Corbin during the first initial roster save, the Infinite Championship THE title to win. It has created legends and broken dreams and spirits.
1) Baron Corbin (5 Months)
2) Simon Gotch (4 Months)
3) Phenom Taker (6 Months)
4) Bo Dallas (2 Months)
5) Samoa Joe (8 Months)
6) AJ Styles (Ongoing, as of Year 1)
Longest Title Reign: Samoa Joe (8 Months)
Shortest Title Reign: Bo Dallas (2 Months)
Most Title Defenses: Samoa Joe (16)
Least Title Defenses: Bo Dallas (3)
Longest Title Match: Samoa Joe vs Baron Corbin (47:23)
Shortest Title Match: Bo Dallas vs Samoa Joe (4:33)
-Bo Dallas' title win was the catalyst for Undertaker's downward spiral into Biker Taker cause, ya know, he lost to Bo Dallas.
-Samoa Joe technically became a double champion after his fellow Hit Squad teammates Biker Taker and Bray Wyatt won the Parallel Championships from Self-F5.
-Samoa Joe vs Baron Corbin is the only match in ChronoSLAM history to be almost an entire episode long.
Don't forget to point out all my historical errors.

Sun 12 Feb 12:33pm

>Bo Dallas
>Infinite Champion

Sun 12 Feb 2:53pm

>4) Bo Dallas (2 Months)

The best couple months in Chronoslam history.

Mon 13 Feb 7:15am

Don't forget he beat Phenom Taker to win it.

ChronoSLAM - Season 2 - Episode 6

Sat 11 Feb 2:34pm

>Saturday 11th February - 6PM GMT/12PM EST

The Undertaker has refused AJ Styles a rematch for the Infinite Championship - the fans of the Epoch have ruled this is unjustified and a compromise has been reached by our General Manager Sin Cara: AJ will face Undertaker tonight one on one, if AJ beats the Undertaker he will face the American Nightmare at Fallout, if he loses then a new No1 Contender will be named.

Matches on this episode:
- Falls Count Anywhere: Rusev vs. Samoa Joe (1:20)
- Sin Cara vs. Roman Reigns (13:19)
- Zack Ryder vs. Stunning Steve Austin (23:00)
- Diamond Dallas Page vs. Stardust (31:56)
- LIMITLESS CHAMPIONSHIP: Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Dusty Rhodes (37:08)
- AJ Styles vs. Undertaker - if AJ wins he will face the Undertaker at Fallout (45:50)

Sat 11 Feb 2:35pm

>mfw I don't post logged in

Sat 11 Feb 4:01pm

>Falls Count Anywhere: Rusev vs. Samoa Joe (1:20)

Well... That's not gonna go well for any of them.

Sat 11 Feb 4:15pm

I left the YouTube timestamps on... D:

Sat 11 Feb 6:15pm

Waaah Waaaaah Waaaaaaaaaaah!

Sat 11 Feb 7:06pm

Well! Let's hope everybody can make it next time!

When's the next show?

Mon 2 Jan 11:55am

I know it's sometime this month since you guys took a christmas/new years break. but I've got no idea when it's happening.

Though, I'm guessing that it's next saturday right?

Sat 7 Jan 10:50pm

Next week then?

Fri 13 Jan 5:02pm

Prolly this week...

The Conjectural History of ChronoSLAM

Wed 21 Dec 6:53am

Ch 3: BTTW:

BTTW (Battle of the Time Travelling Wrestlers) was supposed to be the epic culmination of Red's time travelling quest, but he was met with some problems. The first of these were that he forgot to find a crowd. He solved this by creating a hologram machine to create a fake crowd. Unfortunately he was met with another problem in doing this. The machine only produced around 400 people, meaning Red had to remove almost every single light in the gigantic time machine so you could only see the 400 holograms. The second problem was that Red had nowhere to broadcast this landmark event. So searched through time to find a suitable broadcasting station. The first thing he found was YouTube. So he set up an account and was ready to show BTTW. Once again, he was met with another problem in doing this. Some time bullshit messed up the quality of the cameras when the first episode was being sent, meaning it looked like a wrestling game from 2013 filmed in low quality. The problems didn't end there because he forgot one more thing, commentary. Red wouldn't realise that he had forgotten any commentary until it was way too late (as in 5 shows too late). Despite all of these problems BTTW ran for 5 shows (4 "regular" episodes and a Special Event). That's when some weird stuff began to happen. Wrestlers who weren't originally saved by the EPOCH started showing up, wrestlers who were originally saved started to disappear and there were more and the crowd got bigger and realer then all of a sudden time just imploded... and then reformed. This time everything was different. The majority of the roster was different, the EPOCH had a different look and there were new championships. These championships were: The Infinite Championship (The main title), The Limitless Championship, The Parallel Championships and the Fortuna Championship (Women's Title). Other notable changes were: There were finally commentators (Red was one of them), Sin Cara was the GM, the cameras had improved and the name of the promotion was no longer BTTW, it was now ChronoSLAM.

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Thu 22 Dec 7:34pm

The Conjectural History of ChronoSLAM

Ch 4 Pt 2: Being introduced in Month 4 of Year 1 of ChronoSLAM, the Parallel Championships have given ChronoSLAM some of it's greatest matches ever like: Self-F5 vs Hit Squad (Wyatt and Joe specifically) or Ass Blasting Disasters vs Swamp Demons . The Parallel Championships have also brought together two wrestlers who haven't done too well as singles competitors (Pilldust, Swamp Demons).
1) Ass Blasting Disasters (5 Months)
2) PillDust (4 Months)
3) Swap Demons (2 Months)
4) Hit Squad (7 Months)
5) Self-F5 (Ongoing, as of Year 1)
Longest Title Reign: Hit Squad (7 Months)
Shortest Title Reign: Swamp Demons (2 Months)
Most Title Reigns: No one
Most Title Defenses: Hit Squad (9)
Least Title Defenses: Swamp Demons (3)
Longest Title Match: Hit Squad vs Self-F5 (25:28)
Shortest Title Match: Hit Squad vs Pilldust (13:44)
-Hit Squad used the Freebird rule during their 7 month title reign.

Feel free to point out any mistakes I made.

Fri 23 Dec 8:13am

If you want to be historically accurate the champions were assigned during the initial roster save.

You're pretty spot on with the Fortuna Championship reigns - and you do have a knack for writing.

We've been talking about putting up some sort of ChronoSLAM site together on the website and doing some sort of article based thing discussing the various aspects of the show - would you be interested in that?

Fri 23 Dec 8:35am

I'm interested. Also, now that you've told me the champs were assigned during the initial save, consider the parts where I say what month the titles were introduced not canon.

Fri 23 Dec 5:23pm

The Conjectural History of ChronoSLAM
Ch 4 Pt 3: Limitless Championship
The Limitless championship was first awarded to Dusty Rhodes after the initial save. Many consider the title the most prestigious title in ChronoSLAM due to the amount of big names that have held the title.
1) Dusty Rhodes (2 Months)
2) Roman Reigns (4 Months)
3) Rusev (5 Months)
4) Diesel (8 Months)
5) Dusty Rhodes (4 Months)
6) Kofi Kingston (Ongoing, as of Year 1)
Longest Title Reign: Diesel (7 Months)
Shortest Title Reign: Dusty Rhodes (2 Months, Reign 1)
Most Title Reigns: Dusty Rhodes (2)
Most Title Defenses: Diesel (35)
Least Title Defenses: Dusty Rhodes (2, During Reign 1)
Longest Title Match: Rhodes vs Diesel, Last Man Standing (26:33)
Shortest Title Match: Roman Reigns vs Butch (00:14)
-Dusty Rhodes' first title reign was cut short due to a back injury he suffered during his title match with Andre the Giant. He managed to finish the match and won by count out.
-During Diesel's iconic Limitless title reign he became a double champion after winning the Infinite Championship.

Fri 23 Dec 5:46pm

Don't forget to point out any historical errors.


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