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William Castur vs. Carmen Rodriguez - Back in Business

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Post by acuya on Thu Jun 22, 2017 9:17 am

Carmen wasn’t sure what she was expecting out of Will - she’d hoped for a good fight, something to sharpen on, but that was never a guarantee in Tension. When she asked him to turn things up, it was mostly on a whim, a thought that he might have more to offer than it first looked.

To her surprise, though, he actually did seem to have a bit more in the tank than she’d originally guessed. Enough to landed a fairly decent elbow into her stomach. Enough to push her back into the turnbuckle.

If he was trying to get her to loosen up, it worked. While she kept the hold on, it lost a lot of its strength for a moment, as Carmen was stunned both by the move and the alacrity of it.

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Post by noob on Thu Jun 22, 2017 9:48 pm

"How's that for ya?" William asked after landing a good elbow and pushing his foe back into the corner. His efforts weren't enough to free him though. Carmen was proving to be harder to shake than he would have wanted. Now with a little breathing room though Will would hopefully be able to do more to escape Carmen's grasp.

Taking a move right out of his opponent's playbook Will would try to reach around for Carmen's head, drop, and throw the woman over his shoulder. He didn't quite like copying his foe but it was hard not to try something that worked well on him moments before. Regardless the bartender just hoped he'd be able to get back into the match after a poor early start.
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Re: William Castur vs. Carmen Rodriguez - Back in Business

Post by acuya on Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:33 am

Carmen was both surprised and annoyed, but she was unsure which one she was more of.

On one hand, she admired William’s gumption, showing some spirit as he fought back against a bigger opponent. He was intimidated, sure, but he showed some ability to push past that and get the job done.

On another hand, he was using that gumption to sling her around. It was hard to admire that sort of thing when she was the target.

Regardless, the crowd was starting to get more into the match now that it seemed like William would be a real challenge, and especially when he sent her rolling with a snapmare of his own, well-executed. It hardly hurt her, but it did leave her stunned for a moment, a moment that he’d likely exploit before she could gather her senses.

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Post by noob on Wed Jun 28, 2017 6:16 am

Having just thrown his opponent to the ground, William had made progress. While he had initially been quite intimidated by his foe it was now apparent that she was definitely beatable. He'd just have to work hard at it. "Ok, got you right where I need you." Will said. It was mostly to himself but Carmen would likely hear it too.

Wanting to build up some momentum in this match, William quickly approached his downed foe. He would try and grab her by the ankle and turn her onto her stomach. He just hoped Carmen was stunned long enough to get her in position. If all went well Will would try to secure Carmen and get her in an ankle lock, painfully twisting her foot as he tried to get in some early damage.
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Post by acuya on Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:08 am


While William’s snapmare was good, at the end of the day, it was just a snapmare. More of a transition move than anything, something to move your opponent around the ring with. It didn’t do any real damage, and while Carmen was stunned, that would pass after a moment. And not a long moment, either.

So, as William attempted to manipulate her around, she quickly regained her faculties. Enough that there was almost zero chance of her letting an Ankle Lock, of all things, snap on.

William got a hold of her leg, but Carmen was quick to whip over to her back and take the pressure off. From there, she drew her leg in and shot it out hard, hoping to knock him off her ankle and send him flying away for his troubles.

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Post by noob on Sat Jul 01, 2017 3:49 am

William had severely overestimated the effectiveness of his move. He thought surprising his opponent would be enough for him to attempt something more complicated but as he'd soon learn he really needed to do more damage before trying something. As soon as Will grabbed Carmen's leg and tried to turn her he realized that things were not going to go as planned.

Mere moments after William was able to get a good move in he was back to square one. "Gaaah oww!" He cried out as he took a good kick to the chest.  It was more than enough to cause him to let go and stumble back. He might not have had to let go but he was not in a hurry to take any more kicks.

While his plan had been foiled Will was not one to just quit his offensive. It was his belief that offense was the best defense after all, or more accurately the best for him. Carmen would have plenty of time to get up but when she did William was hoping he could charge in and bring her back down with a clothesline.
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Post by acuya on Sun Jul 02, 2017 4:51 am

Despite knocking William away and dealing some damage, Carmen was under no delusions about her current position. She was down. He was up. If he had any sense at all - and he was starting to seem fairly good - he wouldn’t let her get up without some trouble.

Sure enough, as she rose back up to her feet, she found a clothesline coming her way as she got back up, one that would’ve put her flat on her back again if it hit. If. This time, she was quick enough on the draw to duck under it, letting it pass overhead her a golden chance to counter.

She grabbed his swinging arm with one hand, then whipped around behind and brought her other arm under his shoulder. With a harsh yank, she pulled him in and tried to lock her fingers behind his head, hoping to lock him down with a full nelson - a move that could hurt him and give her some time to breathe.

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Post by noob on Mon Jul 03, 2017 6:26 am

William experienced immediate regret as his arm swung right over Carmen. It didn't take a genius to realize he had made a mistake and was about to pay for it. He was not looking forward to that part. Will yelped as his arm was grabbed and he was roughly yanked back towards his opponent. He tried to struggle but it wasn't very difficult for Carmen to maneuver the now stumbling man and lock in her hold.

Now stuck in the full nelson there was nothing Will was immediately able to do other than squirm about. "Sh...shit." He mumbled under his breath. "I was kinda hoping our positions would be reversed." Will continued to comment while trying his best to pull away from Carmen and maneuver towards the ropes.
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Re: William Castur vs. Carmen Rodriguez - Back in Business

Post by acuya on Fri Jul 07, 2017 7:54 am

Carmen had the size advantage, she had the strength advantage, and she likely had the edge when it came to pure upper body strength. Even if none of that were true, the Full Nelson was such an effective hold that there’d be little chance of him powering his way out, regardless of the power difference.

Realistically, he wasn’t escaping this hold. Ever. But that didn’t stop him from putting up an incredibly admirable effort, twisting this way and that and making the task of keeping him away from the ropes far more difficult than she would’ve liked.

So, Carmen decided to let him go before he could reach the ropes. Sort of.

She dropped the Full Nelson, but reached down and wrapped her arms around his waist instead. Carmen pulled him in tight, then trick to lift him up and jerk him overhead, attempting to send William flying with a classic German Suplex.

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Post by noob on Sat Jul 08, 2017 6:06 am

Despite doing little more than tire himself out, William continued to struggle against Carmen's hold. He wasn't about to go down without a fight. His efforts were soon rewarded, or so it seemed when he was let go. For a brief second he was relieved to have gotten free. That didn't last too long however as his opponent had other plans for him.

"W...woah! Hey!"
William gasped as he was grabbed around the waist and lifted into the air. The bartender instinctively made a grab for the ropes but he was too late and probably too far away. He did not like where things were headed. Already off of his feet though he was headed towards the ground whether he liked it or not. "Aaaagh!" He cried out as his back slammed against the mat. His legs would follow close behind. As Will opened his eyes after the impact he could swear he was seeing stars for a few seconds.
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