New Match Signed for NDW Luck of the Draw Next Weekend

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The Protectors of the Galaxy vs. The Deadly AllianceBiordi and The Protectors of the Galaxy Challenge The Deadly Alliance at NDW Luck of the Draw
by Katie Catwalk

This evening in a press conference held outside the Sears Centre in Chicago, IL, Biordi challenged The Deadly Alliance. After getting swept in the qualifying matches for the NDW Dimensional Championship Tournament, The Protectors of the Galaxy are looking for a measure of revenge against the team that knocked them out of title contention for the foreseeable future. Team leader, Biordi, challenged The Deadly Alliance to a five on five elimination tag-team match for next weekend’s Luck of the Draw supercard.

Jon Heel accepted the challenge on behalf of The Deadly Alliance, so the match is set! Sunday, January 30 at Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA, The Protectors of the Galaxy, Biordi, KnightFall, The Cheese, Captain Adam: Space Pirate and Rob Craig will be taking on The Deadly Alliance, Jon Heel, Fallout Joe, Bob N64, Headhunter Travis Deadly and Lance Romance in an elimination tag-team match!

Also on the card is a tag-team match between Creature Feature and the Rascally Rodents, and the main event of the evening, a fifteen-woman gauntlet match for the vacated PWOTG Championship.

Qualifying Matches Announced for This Weekend

By Katie Catwalk | January 2, 2135

Without any fanfare or excitement, the matchups for this weekend’s qualifying matches have been released. Instead of a giant press conference to announce these historic matches, there were just several sheets of paper taped to the front door of the NDW offices. Listed below are the matches.

Qualification Weekend Night One – January 7, 2135 | Paris, France

  • Adam Prometheus vs. Unlucky
  • Kung Fu Chris vs. Jet Black
  • B.A. Jerk vs. Lord Nigel Turnbuckle III
  • FnKen vs. León Volador
  • Biordi vs. Jon Heel

Qualification Weekend Night One – January 7, 2135 | Chicago, IL

  • Battle Axe vs. Wheebo Rodes
  • Marvelous Mike vs. Navy Blue
  • Captain Adam: Space Pirate vs. Headhunter Travis Deadly
  • Eagle Richards vs. Ooolahg
  • The White Knight vs. Robert Hagar-Knight

Qualification Weekend Night Two – January 8, 2135 | Paris, France

  • Rob Craig vs. Lance Romance
  • Falcon Parker vs. Buck Blake
  • The Cheese vs. Bob N64
  • Pitt Viper vs. Jibbs Warrior
  • Di-Smash vs. Lambert

Qualification Weekend Night Two – January 8, 2135 | Chicago, IL

  • Murky Waters vs. Pete Cottontail
  • Cardinal Maximoff vs. Rajah Ring Royalty
  • KnightFall vs. Fallout Joe
  • Red Scare vs. Crimson Shadow
  • Vladimir Plasma vs. Halloween Hank

It appears that The Last Knight and “Black and Blue” Bob Hagar have put feuding wrestlers against each other in these qualifying matches. Again, whoever wins these matches will go onto a pair of round-robin tournaments to determine the top two contenders for the recently vacated NDW Dimensional Championship.

This weekend will be greatly important to the future of Next Dimension Wrestling. Not only will the winners of these matches qualify for the round-robin tournaments, but they will also be in the running for the NDW Cornerstone Championship. The losers in these matches will be out of title contention for the first part of the year.

As always, stay tuned to Dimensional Disclosure throughout the coming days as more developments on this story are made available.

All Titles Vacated in Next Dimension Wrestling

By Katie Catwalk | January 2, 2135

In a press release from the NDW head office in Chicago, IL, The Last Knight and “Black and Blue” Bob Hagar have announced that all NDW Championships must be relinquished by the current titleholders. This decision was not expected as many titles were defended over the weekend. The press release also contained information regarding how new champions would be crowned. Here is a summary of the release. 

Forty members of the male roster will be competing in a series of qualifying matches over the weekend to determine the field for the NDW Dimensional Championship. Winners of the qualifying matches will compete in two separate round-robin tournament pods. There is a Chicago Pod and a Paris Pod, with the tournaments being held in those respective cities. 

A point system has been created to determine the pod winners. Two points will be awarded to the winners of each match if the match is won by pinfall or submission. If the match is won by count-out or disqualification, the winner will be awarded one point. No points are given to the loser in any match. Whichever wrestler has the most points at the end of each round-robin will go on to the NDW Championship match at a later super card.

The NDW Cornerstone Championship will be awarded to the winner of the Gary Atkinson Memorial Tournament at April 24th’s super card. The top eight point holders, who did not win their pod, from the round-robin tournaments will be added to a seated tournament. These eight men will compete in a one-night, single-elimination tournament to not only win the coveted “Birdie” trophy, which can be cashed in for a Dimensional Championship opportunity, but will also be named the NDW Cornerstone Champion. This makes qualifying for the round-robin tournaments vitally important, as the two singles championships will be decided based on the points awarded during these matches.

The PWOTG Championship will be the first championship to be decided. NDW Luck of the Draw will take place on Sunday, January 30. The event will consist of one gauntlet match featuring the entire PWOTG roster. There are currently 15 women on the roster, and the entry order will be determined by a random drawing. For this unique gauntlet match, there will be no count-outs or disqualifications. This event will be replacing the Heroic Gauntlet event in 2135.

According to the press release, there are not currently any scheduled plans for the NDW Tag-Team Championship. The report stated that too many members of the tag-team division are also competing for the other three championships. The tag-team division has been put on hold until further notice. 

Both The Last Knight and “Black and Blue” Hagar could not be reached for comment. However, many of the wrestlers could, but every one of their answers were, “I have no comment on the situation.”

Stay tuned to Dimensional Disclosure throughout the coming days as more developments on this story are made available.