for Fight For Glory 14

Message from EAM Management
This is the first show in a series that EAM Promotion is going to produce. Think of it like a talk show, with guests, stories etc. But also with analysis etc. around upcoming matches with reference to historic matches etc. Hyped! will not be a weekly show, or even a monthly one, but will be a part of big events, like the big six.

Scene opens in a pitch-black room. Then a source of light is lit from above, lighting up a small round area on the ground. Then we hear footsteps, and someone walks into the ring of light. A cable with a microphone is lowered down from the ceiling, and being catched by the person standing underneath. Then the lights in the whole room comes on and Miiiiiiiisteeeeeeeer Anderson!!! Then a long pause, and Aaaaaanderson.... Ken Anderson then drops the charades saying that doing that again felt nice, and brought back some memories. But he's not here to hog anyone's limelight. No, he is here to bring you the latest news and a deeper look into ongoing feuds and actions here in EAM Promotions. That's right, I am the host of EAM HYPED! And we have a couple of things to go trough before Fight For Glory kicks off this sunday, so let's get down to it! We get a vignette for this new show...

As the show starts, we find ourselves in a studio with a desk for Ken Anderson, and some chairs around for his guest. It mostly resembles most talk-show studios. Anderson welcomes everyone to the first edition of HYPED! on the EAM Promotions network, and today they are going to talk about Fight For Glory 14, and go trough all the matches on the card. Speaking of the card for Fight For Glory, for those who's not already heard it, two more matches have been added to the PPV card, but we will be going trough them as well as all the others in a little while. But, I am not going to do that alone, because that would be boring. So let's welcome, EAM co-founder, long acting general manager of Jamboree, multiple times champion, that is having his retirement match this sunday at Fight For Glory; Christopher Daniels. The audience for this show is not big, but he gets a good cheer when he enters the stage and takes place in one of the chairs. Ken tell him it's nice having him here, then ask him if he is nervous for this upcoming sunday. Last match. That has to get the emotions running doesn't it? Daniels says offcourse it's emotional, but he has reached a point where he wants to try other things, and the wrestling business is full of young up and coming guys and girls. It's much better leaving the ring to them. Anderson then can reveal that the results of the poll that was put up on EAM's website is now closed and Daniel's opponent are chose. And he can tell that the fans really agreed on who his last opponent should be. But Ken won't reveal who it is before at the end of the show. He then asks Daniels who he hopes his opponent for Fight For Glory is. Daniels says that a couple of people comes to mind, but he is sure the fans have picked a worthy opponent for his last match. He on his side will do anything to make this night memorable for everyone. He loves EAM with all his heart, but sometimes, changes are for the better.

Match #1 - Christopher Daniels Vs Fans choose the opponent
We see a highlight reel of Daniels' long career in EAM, both as a wrestler and as a general manager. The video especially focus on his feud with Randy Orton, which lasted over a decade, ending with a Unsanctioned Empty Arena Match at Grandslam 12, but coming full circle as they teamed up against Colt Cabana and Cm Punk at this years Grandslam, burying the hatchet once and for all when Daniels stepped down as acting general manager of Jamboree a couple of weeks ago, giving the position to no other than Randy Orton. A epic career is coming to an end in hopefully what will be a memorable matchup. Either way, Christopher Daniels has certainly earned himself a future spot in the EAM Hall Of Fame, whetever this last match is a win or loss.
Ken says they will move along on the card, as Daniels will keep them company for the rest of the show.

Match #2 - AJ Styles Vs Orange Cassidy
Not many manages to get a spot on the card for Grandslam. Almost none manage to get a spot on the card for Grandslam just after a feek weeks on the EAM roster. But Orange Cassidy managed just that, and he has quicly become a huge favorite amoungst the fans. But starting to annoy more and more of his fellow wrestlers. One of those people are EAM Hall of Famer; AJ Styles, who's had enough of Cassidy's charades and tomfoolery over the last couple of weeks, and has taken upon the task of stopping this circus before it goes to far. After Styles is finished with him, the fans will see that underneath those sunglasses and silly denim attire, there is nothing to cheer for!
The third match is one that got announced on EAM's websites after this weeks Jamboree.

Match #3 - Cody & Brandi (c) Vs Melissa Santos & Brian Cage
The new Jamboree general manager made it perfectly clear when he was instated as new GM that he would not make any difference between members of either The Elite, or The Undisputed Era. He would not make any difference if you wore a strap or not either, as a matter of fact, holding a strap means you gotta defend it. Over weeks with mockery from Cody and Brandi, focused on ring announcer Melissa Santos and her wrestler boyfriend Brian Cage, it all culminated in a match between Cody and Brian at Jamboree. Brian came out victorious, but only after Melissa took upon herself to stop Brandi from cheating, something that might could have costed her boyfriend the match. The GM thought Brian and Melissa deserved some sort of retribution, and after Brian picked up the win in the singles match against Cody, he rewarded Melissa and Brian with a shot at The EAM Intergender Tag Team Titles at Fight For Glory.
We continue on the card, and this next match is also one that got announced not long ago and will be one of two matches on the Fight For Glory Pre-Show.

Match #4 - The Undisputed Era Vs The Elite (3-On-3 Tag Match)
The tension between these two factions has been on it's boiling point for a long time, as both sides wants to be the dominate faction in EAM. The new GM made it perfectly clear when he was instated that if they wanted to continue the feud, those of them who held titles would have to work double duty at Fight For Glory, as the titles would be defended as planned. So with Adam Cole and Kenny Omega defending their titles, and now Cody and Brandi defending their titles at the show, it leaves the remaining members to fight it out for supremacy in this ongoing war. So at Fight Fory Glory, Roderick Strong, Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish faces off against The Young Bucks and Marty Scurll.
Match #5 - Pick Your Poison Matchup for The Vacant Running Mate Championship
This match just got announced and will happen at the PPV Pre-Show. With Ciampa unsuccessfully cashing in The Running Mate Championship against Kenny Omega at Jamboree, it makes the title once again vacant and up for grabs. After showing real dominance and growth inside the ring, EAM management has decided to give Andrade the possibility to become the new champion at Fight For Glory, but with a little twist. He will have to win the title in a match, but he can choose his opponent himself.
We now get to see a Top 5 list over the greatest Fight For Glory matches in EAM history. The list has been put together after asking fans and wrestlers alike. So much history, so many great matches. It was not an easy task to narrow it down to five.

The 5 Greatest Fight For Glory Matches of All Time!

1. Colt Cabana (c) Vs Randy Orton Vs Christopher Daniels Vs Samoa Joe (Fatal 4-Way for The EAM Title) - Fight For Glory 3
2. Randy Orton (c) Vs Shawn Michaels (EAM Title Match) - Fight For Glory 10
3. Ronda Rousey (c) Vs AJ Lee Vs Mickie James (3-Way For The EAM Womens Title) - Fight For Glory 13
4. Christopher Daniels Vs Shawn Michaels - Fight For Glory 1
5. Colt Cabana (c) Vs Cm Punk (Dog-Collar Matchup For The EAM Title) - Fight For Glory 5
Ken asks Daniels if it feels good to be in two of those matches, and Daniels reply by telling he is honored. Ken then tell they will be getting another person attending them, as the next matches they are gonna talk about is from the Pride brand. So please welcome Pride general manager Drake Younger. Drake makes his way to the set, but hi's mind is very clearly set elsewhere. Ken asks what's wrong and Drake explains about the situation regarding the Pride Title and the return of Braun Strowman. He is obviously determined to face Lars at Fight For Glory, and I am not going to stop him. It actually seems like that is the match the fans do want to see as well. Ken then asks what the problem is and Drake explains that he has injured three wrestlers on the Pride roster with his actions. Something he needs to be punished or fined for. But what if he wins the Pride title from Lars?

Match #6 - Lars Sullivan (c) Vs Braun Strowman
Ever since Lars Sullivan dethroned Velveteen Dream, ending his nine month long reign as Pride Champion, strange things have been happening on the Pride brand. One after one the number one contenders have been brutally attacked and battered down, making them unaviable to compete against Lars at Fight For Glory. Rumors would have it that Lars himself was the attacker, even setting up an attack on himself trying to clear away the suspicion. But everything was solved and came to a conclusion when Braun Strowman returned, revealing that he was the attacker all along, and that he did it to come to Lars. Nobody has seen Braun since that vicious match at Supersplash, and these two guys have some history already in EAM. There is a possibility these two will tear the whole house down.

Match #7 - War Raiders (c) Vs Private Party
War Raiders have been a dominant force in the Pride tag team division ever since they defeated Mustache Mountain and become Pride Tag Team Champions at Supersplash 8. Their dominance have been without comparison, as they have beaten down teams like Nakamura & Okada, Team Tremendous (Bill Carr & Dan Barry) and Heavy Machinery (Otis & Tucker) already during their now six month long reign as champions. But never have they faced a team like Private Party. As one of the up and coming teams in EAM Promotion, they have already managed to made a name of themselves by winning the first ever tag team money in the bank match at Grandslam 14. They didn't need to use the briefcase to get a tite shot however, as EAM management has been so impressed by their recent accomplishments that they granted them a title shot at Fight For Glory 14.
The next match up is a match that's already been named " A dream match that came from nowhere " in social media, and Ken has a fun fact about this match. This is the second time in history that Pride has three matches on a EAM PPV that's not a Pride exclusive one. The first time it happened was at Supersplash 8.

Match #8 - Shinsuke Nakamura Vs WALTER
A dream match from out of nowhere some says. This clash between Japanese strongstyle and European strongstyle might just be a instant classic. When " The King Of Strongstyle " Shinsuke Nakamura and " Der Ring General " WALTER face off inside the squared circle for the first time ever!

Match #9 - The Dynasty Vs The Golden Monkey Brotherhood (3-On-3 Tag)
Two of EAM's newest factions square off in this 3-On-3 Tag Team match, when MJF's Dynasty takes on the mysterious cult known as The Golden Monkey Brotherhood. Is there more to them than meets the eye? Or are they just stoner's eating banana's having a good time? Dynasty on their side wants to show dominance, and with the other factions already being well established, it would not look good for The Dynasty to debut by losing to those druid-cloaked weirdoes.

Match #10 - Adam Cole (c) Vs Keith Lee
Since capturing The Ornate Prime Championship from Angelico at Wrass Bash 8, Adam Cole has been a strong and dominant champion. He's also been the strong leader of The Undisputed Era. But, Keith Lee does not care who you are are what your name is. Keith Lee only care about Keith Lee, and the fact that he wants to be the NEW Ornate Prime Champion at Fight For Glory. Cole has managed to overcome great odds during his eight month long reign, defeating the likes of Cody Rhodes, Finn Balor, Seth Rollins, Moose, Marty Scurll and Ricochet, to mention some. But he has never met a force so dominant as Keith Lee. Can Cole once again overcome the odds and retain his championship gold at Fight For Glory, or will we get ourselves a NEW Ornate Prime Champion?

Match #11 - Ricochet Vs Aleister Black
We see a video with recaps from recent weeks, and the reason why things are as they are between Ricochet and Aleister Black. Not only did they lose their newly won tag team titles at the grandest stage of them all, but Ricochet have all this time been living on a lie. A lie that he could not tell his best friend. Whatever demons Ricochet are struggling with. Whatever shame he tries to hide. Aleister will find out.
Match #12 - LA Parks (c) Vs The Colibri Coalition
For the average wrestling fan, they can easily be unknown names. But a real wrestling fan knows that LA Parka and El Hijo de LA Parka, are alive and kicking wrestling legends, and their legacy back home in Mexico are well cemented. Brought to the EAM fans by the mysterious Salina de la Renta, LA Parks made an instant impact when they arrived, capturing The EAM Tag Team Titles in their first official match. Now they want to chisel down in history and add yet another feat to their already fabled legacy, by dominating what might just be the best tag teams in the world, in the EAM tag team division. But, when legends do things, people talk, and other legends get to hear about it. And just as in the united states of america, or Canada, or Japan. Mexico has a couple of names that really is the fundament of pro wrestling in their country. One of those names are Mysterio. Cementing their legacy down in both the unites states and Mexico, Rey Mysterio and El Hijo de Rey Mysterio need no real introduction. Now they have challenged La Parks for their newly won tag team straps. EAM Promotions bring you lucha libre action at Fight For Glory, as La Parks defend The EAM Tag Team Titles for the first time against The Colibri Coalition!
Match #13 - Hulk Hogan Vs Mick Foley
We see a recap video with highlights from Grandslam where Brooke Hogan and Noelle Foley faced each other in singles competition. Both girls had their fathers at ringside for the match, and it was the first time ever Hulk Hogan appeared on a EAM Promotion show. He tried to hog the limelight, something that got Mick Foley annoyed. Helping his daughter pick up the win at the grandest stage of them all was what started it all. It got Hogan thinking, what if he could do just one match? Then he could say he competed for the greatest wrestling company in the world. This caught attention in social media and it became a big conversation not only on wrestling forums, but all over the world wide web. Mick Foley was not impressed over the jippo Hogan had manage to create, again, all because of his big ego. He told Hogan that if he really wanted a EAM moment, he would give him one. But just as a warning, it's not certain Hogan will remember anything of it, but the EAM fans sure will. So, at Fight For Glory, we will be witnessing wrestling history of one kind or another regardless of what happens, as Hulk Hogan faces Mick Foley, in a First and Last time ever Grudge Match!
Match #14 - " Filthy " Tom Lawlor Vs " The Notorious " Conor McGregor
Everyone had talked about Conor McGregor and him possibly signing with EAM Promotion. No one truly believed it before he turned up at Grandslam 13. But his debut in EAM Promotion was not the shiny and bright one that people had expected it to be. His debut against Ambrose/Moxley at Grandslam ended in a no-contest, and is to date the only match in Grandslam history to be ruled a no-contest. After that, he picked up nothing but losses and was taken off the weekly schedule shortly after. Obviously happy with getting a paycheck every month without doing much work, Conor calmed down, and we haven't heard much of him since early this summer. Until EAM Promotion signed Tom Lawlor. This pissed Conor off, who made it pretty clear to EAM management that he took the signing pretty personal, and that he would do anything he could to make Lawlor's career in EAM a short one. They never crossed paths in UFC, but now they are both in EAM Promotions. Not since Fight For Glory 2, has there been a MMA sanctioned match. This is one you surely don't want to miss!
Ken now tell they will get a third guest around the table, as they have reached the womens matches on the Fight For Glory card. So please welcome, 2 x EAM Womens Champion; Jillian Hall! Wow, nobody was expecting that, and she actually gets a mixed reaction from the crowd as she enters the stage and place herself down in a chair together with the boys. Everyone that has followed EAM Promotions for a while knows the history between Jillian Hall and the chairman Emil A. guess this is a special occation. They welome her and then talk shortly about the womens divison in EAM and how it's always been a very strong division. Not many can call themselves a former EAM Womens Champion, much less a two times champion. It's a pretty exclusive club to be in, as only twelve different women has worn the gold over the span of fourteen years. With only Jillian, Ronda and Mickie holding it more than once! Jillian says that she thinks that the EAM Womens divison never looked better or stronger, and with their own show and finally getting their own tag team titles, this could only go one way. Speaking of the EAM Womens Tag Team Titles.....

Match #15 - Sasha & Bayley (c) Vs Alexa & Leah Vs Tessa Blanchard & Toni Storm
Sasha Banks and Bayley won a big tag team turmoil match at Grandslam 14 to become the first ever EAM Womens Tag Team Champions. Their first title defence comes at Fight For Glory, where they will wrestle Tessa Blanchard & Toni Storm, possibly the most over womens tag team in EAM at the moment, but also the team of Alexa Bliss & Leah Von Dutch, that we do know are personal favorites of the boss himself (If we are to believe the rumors) and they sure has something cooking, as we over the last couple of weeks have witnessed a transformation in Leah Von Dutch. It's impossible to predict the outcome, as this could go either way!
Match #16 - Becky Lynch Vs Ronda Rousey
At The Twelfth Of Never, Ronda Rousey managed to retain her womens title against veteran Beth Phoenix, but her celebration would not last long. Becky Lynch cashed in her MITB briefcase, defeating a worn out Ronda, taking the womens championship. Ronda's rematch for the title would be in the main event at Supersplash VIII, but the submission match for the title would end in a no-contest as members of the 4-Horsewomen of Wrestling and MMA would turn up and it all ended in a brawl that would be settled weeks later. Then things settled, for a while. The tension was ignited at Grandslam when they once again met each other in a match. This time a Triple Threat Match with Charlotte Flair in the mix. Becky and Ronda focused more on each other than on Charlotte, giving Charlotte the opportunity she needed to pick up the win. But Becky and Ronda was not finished with each other. Both want the grand prize. Becky seeking to be a two time womens champion, and Ronda seeking to be a three time womens champion. At Fight For Glory however, one of them will be taken that opportunity away, as they face each other in the ultimate challenge, an Iron-Woman Matchup! And the loser will be taken away the privilege of challenging for the title ever again!
Match #17 - Nia Jax Vs Charlotte Flair
We see a video highlighting The EAM Womens Championship and all the greatest moments and matches that has happaned over the years. Then we see highlights from the match between Nia Jax and Mickie James from Grandslam 14. If not the greatest match in EAM Promotion history, it certainly was the greatest womens match in history. It all came full closure with Mickie doing the unthinkable, not only winning her last match and be the first one to defeat Nia Jax, but become a 7th time EAM Womens Champion! She retired with the title, leaving the womens division without a world title. But The week after a new title was introduced; The " Center Of Attention " Championship. And the first champion will be crowned at Fight For Glory 14!
Match #18 - Kenny Omega (c) Vs Velveteen Dream
The EAM World Heavyweight Championship. The biggest and greatest prize in pro wrestling today. Kenny Omega has been a dominant champion ever since cashing in the MITB briefcase at Supersplash VIII, defeating Ronda Rousey to take the coveted strap. For over half a year Omega has been champion, even being able to pull off 10 wins in a row during The Gauntlet Roulette, making him historical together with Becky Lynch. He even overcome all odds and retained the strap against Kota Ibushi, in a match that became an instant classic. Another thing that has become an instant classic in EAM Promotion are Velveteen Dream. He has the record for longest reigning Pride Champion, holding the title for 10th months. His has become a instant fan favorite, and after being moved to the orange brand after finally losing the Pride Title to Lars Sullivan at Grandslam 14, Dream wasted no time, walking straight up to Kenny Omega and just as well challenged him for a match. And with thousands of fans chanting for Velveteen Dream, what could the EAM Champion do other than accept the challenge.
That wraps up maybe the most jampacked Fight For Glory card in history. Even more jampacked and star sprangled than FFG 12 who was over two nights. Ken thanx everyone of his guest for being with him on the show and the audience and are about to say goodnight when he remembers one thing. He almost forgot to announce who Christopher Daniels' opponent for Fight For Glory is gonna be. He picks up a remote and clicks, revealing the results on a screen. The race was thight, but the one person that the fans gave the most votes was....... Suicide! WOW! Daniels looks a bit shocked about that and Ken asks him what he think. Daniels says he really wasn't expecting that. He and Suicide go way back, but they never faced each other in the ring. Maybe that's why the fans voted for him. It's sure gonna be interesting, and Daniels makes sure he will use the hours in front of the PPV to mentally prepare himself for this match, as he does not wanna let anyone down.

That wraps up this first episode of HYPED! on the EAM Promotions network. We hope you are as hyped as we are for Fight For Glory 14 and hope you will tune in this sunday, as we go live on PPV from Paradise, Nevada, for our 14th edition of Fight For Glory!