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sVo Showdown 185
Live on the HOTv Network
Goodfellas Casino Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
9th June 2024


[The screen fades in to a packed Goodfellas Casino Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the energy is electric. The camera pans across the cheering crowd, showcasing signs and fans eagerly awaiting the start of the show. The sVo Showdown 185 logo flashes across the screen before cutting to the commentators’ desk where Julian Fiasco and Jeremiah Sloan are ready to kick off the show.]

Julian Fiasco: “Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another thrilling edition of sVo Showdown! We are live from the iconic Goodfellas Casino Arena here in Las Vegas, Nevada, and what a night we have in store for you!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “That’s right, Julian! The stakes are higher than ever as we edge closer to our next PPV. Tonight’s show is packed with must-see action, starting with our opening match!”

Julian Fiasco: “Absolutely, Jeremiah! Kicking things off, we have a blockbuster match lined up as the number one contender for the sVo Championship, Johnny All Star, goes one-on-one with the resilient Johnny Dorn. Both men have a lot to prove, and you can bet Johnny All Star will be looking to build momentum as he heads towards his title shot.”

Jeremiah Sloan: “Johnny All Star has been on fire lately, but Johnny Dorn is no slouch. After his encounter with Nightmare at the last PPV, Dorn is more determined than ever to prove himself. This match is going to be a true test of skill and heart.”

Julian Fiasco: “And speaking of Nightmare, tonight’s main event will feature the sinister and unstoppable force himself. Victor Holland, one of the most popular young superstars in the sVo, will be stepping into the ring with Nightmare. It’s a classic battle of good versus evil!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “Victor Holland has been on an impressive run, but facing Nightmare is a different kind of challenge. Nightmare has been leaving a trail of destruction in his wake as he tries to draw out his brother to face him, and Holland will need every bit of his skill and tenacity to come out on top.”

Julian Fiasco: “Folks, buckle up because we are in for a wild ride tonight! The action is about to start, and we are thrilled to bring you all the drama, excitement, and unforgettable moments that make sVo Showdown the premier wrestling show in the world.”

Jeremiah Sloan: “So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show. sVo Showdown 185 starts now!”

[The camera cuts to the entrance ramp as the arena lights dim and the opening match is about to begin. The crowd roars in anticipation, ready for another unforgettable night of sVo action.]



Single Match
Johnny All Star vs. Johnny Dorn



Backstage
Blood Money on Top

[The scene cuts to the Blood Money locker room, where the mafia-themed group is celebrating. Anthony Moretti, the sVo Champion, stands at the center, flanked by Joe Barone, Junior Gambino, and Nicky Columbo. They are all visibly pleased as they discuss the night’s events.]

Anthony Moretti: “Can you believe that? Johnny All Star losing to Johnny Dorn. If he can’t beat Dorn, there’s no way he stands a chance against me at the PPV. His career is gonna be over, just like JVD’s.”

[The group laughs, clearly enjoying the moment. Suddenly, the door opens, and Danny Domino walks in. The room falls silent as Gambino, Columbo, and Barone eye him suspiciously.]

Junior Gambino: “What’s he doing here?”

Nicky Columbo: “Yeah, we don’t need any outsiders.”

[Moretti raises a hand to silence them.]

Anthony Moretti: “Hold on, boys. Danny here has been impressing me lately. I saw what he did to Vasquez, and I like his style. Listen, Danny, if you can take care of Jay Adder tonight, then maybe I have more work and some… opportunities for you soon.”

[Danny Domino smirks, nodding confidently.]

Danny Domino: “Consider it done. Jay Adder won’t know what hit him.”

Anthony Moretti: “Good. We need more guys who can handle business without hesitation. You show us what you’re made of tonight, and you’ll find yourself on the right side of Blood Money.”

[Domino shakes Moretti’s hand, sealing the deal. The rest of the group looks on, still wary but trusting Moretti’s judgment.]

Anthony Moretti: “Alright, let’s get back to business. We’ve got a lot more to do to make sure Blood Money stays on top. And remember, tonight’s just the beginning.”

[The camera lingers on the unified group, the tension in the air palpable as they prepare for the night ahead. The scene fades out as they continue their discussion.]



Single Match
Alex Sterling vs. Noah Rogan



Backstage
Opportunity

[The scene cuts to the backstage interview area where Katie Smith is standing with a microphone. Beside her is the ‘Miami Maverick’ Carlos Vasquez, looking confident and ready for his upcoming match. The atmosphere is tense as Vasquez adjusts his wrestling gear, a smug expression on his face.]

Katie Smith: “Ladies and gentlemen, I’m here with the ‘Miami Maverick’ Carlos Vasquez, who is set to go one-on-one with the ‘Modern Day Cowboy’ Bronson Martinez next in singles action. Carlos, you came up short in the Las Vegas Championship match a few weeks ago. How important is tonight’s match for you?”

Carlos Vasquez: “Katie, tonight’s match is crucial. After that fluke loss, I need to remind everyone exactly who I am. I’m the Miami Maverick, the most dangerous man in the sVo. I’ve taken down bigger names than Bronson Martinez, and tonight will be no different.”

Katie Smith: “Bronson Martinez is known for his resilience and has a lot of fan support. How do you plan to overcome that?”

Carlos Vasquez: “Fan support? Please, Katie. Fan support doesn’t win matches. Skill, strategy, and a willingness to do whatever it takes win matches. And that’s exactly what I bring to the ring. Bronson Martinez might be a tough guy, but he’s not on my level. Tonight, he’s going to find out the hard way that the Miami Maverick is a force to be reckoned with.”

Katie Smith: “Do you feel any pressure to get back into title contention after your recent setback?”

Carlos Vasquez: “Pressure? There’s no pressure. There’s only opportunity. An opportunity to show the world that Carlos Vasquez is championship material. I don’t just want to get back into title contention; I want to dominate it. And beating Bronson Martinez is just the first step. After tonight, the sVo management will have no choice but to put me back where I belong—in the hunt for gold.”

Katie Smith: “Any final words for Bronson Martinez before your match?”

Carlos Vasquez: “Yeah, Bronson, I hope you’re ready for a fight because I’m coming for you. You’re just a stepping stone on my path back to the top. And when I’m done with you, everyone will remember why they call me the Miami Maverick. See you out there.”

[Katie Smith turns back to the camera, nodding as she wraps up the interview.]

Katie Smith: “Thank you, Carlos. Good luck in your match.”

[Vasquez smirks and walks off, leaving Katie to send it back to the ringside commentators as the scene fades out.]



Single Match
Carlos Vasquez vs. Bronson Martinez



Backstage
Here to Stay

[The camera cuts to the backstage interview area where Katie Smith is standing with Victor Holland. The young fan favorite, known as ‘The Natural,’ appears focused and ready for his upcoming match.]

Katie Smith: “Ladies and gentlemen, I’m here with Victor Holland, who is set to face the dangerous and enigmatic Nightmare in tonight’s main event. Victor, how are you feeling about stepping into the ring with a competitor who has been cutting a path through the sVo roster, all in an attempt to draw his brother Night into a match?”

[Victor Holland takes a moment, his expression thoughtful as he considers his response.]

Victor Holland: “Katie, stepping into the ring with someone like Nightmare is no small task. He’s a force to be reckoned with, no doubt about it. I’ve watched him take down some of the best in sVo, and I know he’s got his sights set on something bigger with his brother Night. But tonight, it’s not about that. It’s about proving myself.”

[Katie nods, sensing the seriousness in his tone.]

Katie Smith: “Nightmare has been relentless, using his matches to send a message to his brother. How do you prepare for a match against someone with that level of intensity and motivation?”

Victor Holland: “Katie, I’ve always believed that the best way to prepare for a match is to stay true to who you are. Nightmare may have his own agenda, but I’ve got mine. I’m here to show the world why they call me ‘The Natural.’ I’ve trained harder than ever, watched countless hours of footage, and mentally prepared for the unpredictability that comes with facing someone like Nightmare. I’m not just stepping into the ring to survive—I’m stepping in to win.”

[Katie smiles, clearly impressed by his confidence.]

Katie Smith: “Victor, many fans are worried about the potential for this match to escalate, given Nightmare’s history. What would you say to those fans, and how do you plan to handle Nightmare’s attempts to provoke you?”

Victor Holland: “To the fans, I say this: I know what I’m up against. Nightmare thrives on fear and chaos, but I’m not going to let him get into my head. I’ve faced challenges all my life, and this is just another one to overcome. I’ll stay focused, stick to my strategy, and give it everything I’ve got. I’m not just fighting for myself—I’m fighting for all the fans who believe in me.”

[Katie gives an encouraging nod.]

Katie Smith: “Victor, your confidence is inspiring. Any final thoughts before you head into the ring tonight?”

Victor Holland: “Katie, tonight is about showing the world what I’m made of. Nightmare may be dangerous, but I’ve got heart, determination, and the support of the fans behind me. I’m going to give it my all, and no matter what happens, I promise to leave everything in that ring. Nightmare might be looking to send a message to his brother, but tonight, I’m sending my own message—that Victor Holland is here to stay.”

[Katie smiles warmly, clearly moved by his words.]

Katie Smith: “Thank you, Victor. Best of luck tonight. We’ll all be cheering for you.”

[The camera fades out as Victor Holland walks away, his focus and determination evident in his every step.]



Backstage
Give Me the Dogs

[The camera cuts to the backstage office of sVo COO Amy Page. She is seated at her desk, looking over some paperwork. Suddenly, the door bursts open, and Rick Reid storms in, visibly angry.]

Rick Reid: “Amy, I need a word!”

Amy Page: [Looking up, a bit startled] “Rick, what’s going on?”

Rick Reid: “What’s going on? I’ll tell you what’s going on! The Dogs of War cost me my match against Trailer Trash Terry last week, and I want them in the ring tonight!”

Amy Page: [Sighing and leaning back in her chair] “Rick, I understand you’re upset. But I gave the Dogs of War the night off to cool down the situation. We can’t have this feud boiling over every week.”

Rick Reid: “So what? They get to screw me over and just take a night off? That’s bull, Amy. I want them, and I want them now!”

Amy Page: “Listen, Rick, I get it. But we need to manage this carefully. Here’s what I can offer you: at the Roll the Dice PPV on the 14th of July, you can have your match against the Dogs of War.”

Rick Reid: “Fine, but I want them both! I don’t care if its two on one, hell throw their weasel manager in and make it three on one if you must.”

Amy Page: “That’s where you’re wrong. This is going to be a tag team match. If you want the match, you need to find yourself a tag team partner.”

Rick Reid: [Grumbling] “I don’t need a partner, Amy. I can take them on my own.”

Amy Page: “Rick, that’s the deal. You find a partner, and you can have your match at Roll the Dice. Otherwise, it’s not happening.”

Rick Reid: [Pausing, then nodding reluctantly] “Fine. I’ll do it your way. But just know, I don’t need anyone to beat them. I’ll find someone, and we’ll take them down. You got my word on that.”

[With that, Reid turns and storms out of the office, slamming the door behind him. Amy Page watches him leave, shaking her head slightly before returning to her paperwork as the scene fades out.]



Tag Team Match
The Malones vs. The Southern Boys



Backstage
Back Up

[The camera cuts to the bustling backstage locker room of Generation Joint. Jay Adder is seen warming up, stretching and shadowboxing, preparing for his upcoming match against Danny Domino. His teammates, Kenneth D Williams and the Tag Team Champions, Gunner Lang and Jacob Izaz, are gathered around, offering their support.]

Kenneth D Williams: [Patting Jay on the back] “Alright, Jay, tonight’s the night. You ready to take on Domino?”

Jay Adder: [Nodding confidently] “You know it, Kenneth. I’ve been waiting for this one. Time to show Blood Money what we’re all about.”

Gunner Lang: “Just remember, Domino’s not coming alone. Blood Money’s always lurking in the shadows.”

Jacob Izaz: “Yeah, man. You know how they operate. They play dirty.”

Jay Adder: [With a smirk] “I know. I’m ready for whatever they throw at me. Domino’s tough, but he’s not unbeatable.”

Kenneth D Williams: “That’s the spirit, Jay. But listen, you need to be extra careful out there. Moretti sent Domino after you for a reason. He wants to send a message.”

Jay Adder: [Determined] “I got this. They can try all they want, but I’m not backing down.”

Kenneth D Williams: “We know you’re tough, Jay. Just remember, we’ve got your back. If Blood Money tries anything, we’ll be out there faster than they can blink.”

Gunner Lang: “That’s right. We’re a team, and we stand together. Blood Money doesn’t scare us.”

Jacob Izaz: “Exactly. You focus on taking down Domino. We’ll handle the rest if it comes to that.”

Jay Adder: [Grinning, feeling the support of his friends] “Thanks, guys. It means a lot. Tonight, we show everyone why Generation Joint is the future of sVo.”

Kenneth D Williams: “Damn right. Now, go out there and give them hell. We’ll be watching your back.”

[Jay Adder finishes his warm-up, fists bumping with his teammates before heading out of the locker room with determination in his eyes. Kenneth D Williams, Gunner Lang, and Jacob Izaz exchange nods, ready to support their friend as the scene fades out.]



Backstage
Mindset

[The camera cuts to the backstage interview area where Katie Smith is standing with Johnny All Star. Despite the earlier loss to Johnny Dorn, Johnny All Star stands tall and resolute, his eyes burning with determination.]

Katie Smith: “Johnny, earlier tonight you suffered a surprising loss to Johnny Dorn. Given the stakes, how does this impact your mindset as you prepare to face your half brother Anthony Moretti for the sVo Championship at Roll the Dice on July 14th, knowing that if you lose, your career is over?”

[Johnny All Star takes a deep breath, gathering his thoughts before responding.]

Johnny All Star: “Katie, tonight was a tough night. Johnny Dorn brought everything he had, and I can’t take anything away from him. But let’s be clear—one loss doesn’t define me. It doesn’t change my focus or my determination. Losing to Dorn was a setback, but it’s not the end of the road for me.”

[He pauses, looking directly into the camera, addressing the fans as much as Katie.]

Johnny All Star: “My match at Roll the Dice against Anthony Moretti is about more than just the sVo Championship. It’s about my career, my legacy, and proving to everyone—including myself—that I still have what it takes to be the best. Moretti may be my half brother, but when we step into that ring, there’s no family, no blood ties. It’s just two competitors, and I plan on giving everything I’ve got.”

[Katie nods, sensing the gravity of the situation.]

Katie Smith: “Facing Anthony Moretti means not only challenging for the sVo Championship but also dealing with the weight of possibly ending your career. How are you preparing mentally and physically for this challenge?”

Johnny All Star: “Katie, every match I’ve had, every moment I’ve spent in this business, has prepared me for this. I know what’s on the line. I know Moretti will do whatever it takes to keep that title, just like he did with JVD. But I’m not JVD. I’m Johnny All Star. I’ve been in this business a long time, and I’ve faced every challenge head-on. Mentally, I’m sharper than ever. Physically, I’m ready to go to war.”

[He clenches his fists, his resolve evident in his expression.]

Johnny All Star: “Moretti wants to end my career? He’ll have to kill me to do it. I’m not backing down. I’m not giving up. At Roll the Dice, I’m going to show everyone why they call me the All Star. And if this is my last match, then I’m going out on my terms, fighting with everything I’ve got.”

[Katie offers a supportive smile, sensing the intensity in his words.]

Katie Smith: “Johnny, thank you for your time. Best of luck at Roll the Dice. The fans are behind you, and we all hope to see you come out on top.”

Johnny All Star: “Thank you, Katie. And to the fans—I won’t let you down. Roll the Dice is going to be a night to remember.”

[The camera fades out as Johnny All Star walks away, his determination and passion evident in every step.]



Single Match
Danny Domino vs. Jay Adder



Ringside
Sore Loser

[The camera cuts to the ring where Jay Adder has just pinned Danny Domino for the victory. The crowd erupts in cheers as Jay stands tall, raising his arms in triumph. However, the celebration is cut short when Danny Domino, seething with anger and embarrassment, gets back to his feet and blindsides Jay with a vicious forearm to the back of the head.]

Julian Fiasco: “What a sore loser! Danny Domino couldn’t take the loss and now he’s attacking Jay Adder from behind!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “This is classic Danny Domino behavior, Julian. He can’t handle defeat with any dignity.”

[Danny Domino stomps furiously on Jay Adder, who writhes in pain on the mat. The boos from the crowd grow louder as Domino continues his assault, driving his boot into Jay’s midsection repeatedly.]

Julian Fiasco: “Come on, someone needs to stop this!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “Wait, look! Here comes Generation Joint!”

[The camera shifts to the entrance ramp where Kenneth D Williams, Gunner Lang, and Jacob Izaz are sprinting down to the ring. The crowd’s boos turn into cheers as they rush to their teammate’s aid.]

Julian Fiasco: “Here comes the cavalry! Kenneth D Williams, Gunner Lang, and Jacob Izaz aren’t going to let Jay Adder face this beatdown alone!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “Domino might think twice before pulling this kind of stunt again!”

[As Kenneth D Williams, Gunner Lang, and Jacob Izaz slide into the ring, Danny Domino quickly realizes he’s outnumbered. He hesitates for a moment before trying to make a hasty retreat. Kenneth grabs him by the shoulder and spins him around, delivering a hard right hand that sends Domino stumbling back.]

Julian Fiasco: “Kenneth D Williams with a powerful punch! Domino’s in trouble now!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “Generation Joint isn’t letting him get away that easily!”

[Gunner Lang and Jacob Izaz flank Domino, each delivering their own punishing blows. Domino crumbles to the mat under the relentless assault. Kenneth D Williams helps Jay Adder to his feet, and the four stand united, staring down at the fallen Domino.]

Julian Fiasco: “Generation Joint sending a clear message to Domino and maybe even Blood Money: you mess with one of us, you mess with all of us!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “This is what true camaraderie looks like. Blood Money could learn a thing or two from Generation Joint.”

[The crowd is on their feet, cheering wildly as Generation Joint stands tall in the ring. Danny Domino rolls out of the ring, clutching his jaw, and retreats up the ramp, casting furious glares back at the victorious and united team in the ring.]

Julian Fiasco: “What a statement from Generation Joint! They won’t back down, not now, not ever!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “Jay Adder gets the win tonight, but it’s clear this war between Generation Joint and Blood Money is far from over!”

[The scene fades out with Generation Joint standing united in the ring, the crowd’s cheers echoing throughout the arena.]



Backstage
1st Audition

[The camera cuts to the Blood Money locker room, where Anthony Moretti, Joe Barone, Junior Gambino, and Nicky Columbo are gathered around a TV monitor. They have just watched Danny Domino lose to Jay Adder in a hard-fought match. Gambino and Columbo look unimpressed, exchanging glances of disdain.]

Junior Gambino: “Well, that was underwhelming. Domino couldn’t even get the job done.”

Nicky Columbo: “Yeah, I thought he was supposed to be ‘The Bully.’ Looks more like ‘The Whipping Boy’ to me.”

[Anthony Moretti turns to face Gambino and Columbo, his expression stern but thoughtful. He gestures for their attention.]

Anthony Moretti: “Alright, hold up. Before you two start running your mouths, let me remind you of something important. Sure, Domino didn’t get the win tonight, but he handled business after the match.”

[Gambino and Columbo exchange confused looks.]

Junior Gambino: “What are you talking about? He lost.”

Anthony Moretti: “He might have lost, but he didn’t back down. He showed guts and aggression when he attacked Jay Adder after the bell. That’s the kind of attitude I want to see. It’s about sending a message, and maybe you two could learn a thing or two from him.”

[Barone, who has been silently observing, nods in agreement with Moretti.]

Joe Barone: “He’s right. Domino showed he’s got the fire. It’s not always about the win-loss record—it’s about making an impact. And tonight, Domino did just that.”

[Gambino and Columbo look slightly chastened but still skeptical.]

Nicky Columbo: “Alright, maybe he’s got some fight in him. But if he’s going to be part of Blood Money, he needs to step up his game in the ring.”

Anthony Moretti: “And he will. I see potential in him, and I know how to bring it out. Just like I’ve brought the best out of all of us. So cut him some slack and let’s see how he develops.”

[Moretti’s words seem to calm the tension in the room. Gambino and Columbo nod, albeit reluctantly.]

Junior Gambino: “Alright, boss. We’ll give him a chance.”

Anthony Moretti: “Good. Now, let’s focus on what matters—continuing to dominate this place. We’ve got a lot of work to do, and I need all of you on the same page. We’re Blood Money, and that means we’re the best. Remember that.”

[The group nods in agreement, the tension dissipating as they refocus on their collective goal. The camera slowly fades out as they begin strategizing for their next move.]



Single Match
Nightmare vs. Victor Holland



Ringside
Brother, this is your fault

[The camera cuts to the ring where Nightmare stands victorious over Victor Holland, who is lying on the mat, battered and beaten. The crowd boos loudly, expressing their disapproval of Nightmare’s unrelenting and brutal attack. The referee tries to intervene, pleading with Nightmare to stop, but Nightmare shoves him away, his focus entirely on the fallen Holland.]

Julian Fiasco: “This is despicable! Nightmare has already won the match, but he just won’t stop. Someone needs to get out here and put an end to this!”

Jeremiah Sloan: “Nightmare is sending a message, and it’s clear who it’s intended for. This is about more than just a match. This is personal.”

[Nightmare delivers a few more vicious stomps to Holland before finally pausing. He grabs a microphone from the ringside area and slowly walks back to the center of the ring. The boos from the audience intensify, but Nightmare remains unfazed. He lifts the microphone to his mouth, speaking in Japanese with a cold, menacing tone.]

Nightmare: “兄さん、これはあなたのせいだ。(Brother, this is your fault.)”

[The crowd, not understanding Japanese, continues to boo, but the intensity of Nightmare’s message is palpable. He points down at the broken body of Victor Holland, emphasizing his words.]

Nightmare: “あなたが現れるまで、誰も安全ではない。(No one is safe until you show yourself.)”

[The referee again tries to approach Nightmare, but Nightmare glares at him, and the referee backs off, fearing for his own safety. Nightmare then drops the microphone and stands over Holland, his expression a mix of rage and cold determination.]

Julian Fiasco: “Nightmare is clearly sending a direct message to his brother, Night. This is beyond wrestling; this is a family vendetta, and Victor Holland has unfortunately been caught in the crossfire.”

Jeremiah Sloan: “Nightmare won’t stop until Night faces him in the ring. The brutality we’ve just witnessed is only the beginning if Night doesn’t respond soon.”

[As Nightmare continues to stand ominously over the motionless Holland, the camera captures the intensity and emotion of the moment. The show’s logo appears on the screen, and the broadcast fades to black, leaving the audience with the chilling image of Nightmare’s wrath.]


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