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Making a statement


League Member
Jan 1, 2000
In a van down by the river
(the screen comes in on a CSWA backdrop, nondescript, red lettering on a black screen, nothing fancy, and in front of the screen stands Jean Rabesque, dressed in his normal black attire, including his “NO FALSE GIMMICKS” shirt, which is beginning to pick up steam on CSWA merchandising stands, but for now Rabesque stands and speaks, a man with his thoughts)

Rabesque: BOB 17 has come and gone, and while it would be impossible to declare the night a complete success, I think it would be very safe to say that a point was definitely made. No, I didn’t win the battle royal that I wanted to win. No, I’m not currently the number one contender, but every single person in the CSWA has been put on notice that many things are beginning to change. Many people have heard of me before you, yet many people have absolutely no idea who I am. Ask the fans, though, they know, and when Jean Rabesque made his return to the CSWA, there was a certain buzz, a certain electricity from the fans. But as far as the wrestlers go, no respect was given. No one would refuse to take me seriously, no one could understand exactly what was going to happen.

So I went into BOB, and I nearly pulled off the upset of the century. Down to the final four with the biggest names in the business, from the opening curtain jerk match that no one cared about. What was all the more impressive was that I did exactly what I said I was going to do. I knew that no one would pay attention to me, and I could lurk around and wait for my opportunities to strike, and that is exactly what I did. Unfortunately, the numbers got to be a bit too much and some quality contenders eliminated me. But now I ask, what did I earn from this performance? You would expect at least a Greensboro title shot, wouldn’t you? I mean, I did survive the elimination match and outlasted the Greensboro champion, so you would think that I’d be at least deserving of some kind of main event shot, right? Nope, Merritt and the boys in the office decided to bury his next superstar with yet another curtain jerk match. Fine....(chuckles) so be it.

So, that brings me to the legend known as Deacon. Now Deek, I’ve read the history, I know all the back-story, and that truly is a shame. And I do find admirable that you still can bring yourself out to the wrestling ring and put on a show for the fans. I really do, and after our match at ON TIME, I’ll gladly shake your hand, wish you luck, and do everything in my power to help you, but not until AFTER the match. You see, I come into this match definitely with something to prove. If the boys up top are going to continue to ignore me after my performance, then I’m going to have to make sure they notice me, and that means by making a statement.

So, Deacon, I honestly hate to kick a man while he is down, but some things are just incredibly necessary. Once that bell rings, I cease to care about everything that has happened to you. I cease to worry about everything but one simple goal: victory. I applaud you for all of the successes you have had on your way back, but if you possibly imagine a victory over me being another step on the road to recovery, then you have a totally other thing coming.

You see, while it may not be as extreme as your situation, I once had to recover from a similar situation. Only, mine was all mental. The world has crashed down upon me, and I had no desire to ever step into a wrestling ring again. I had had enough, and somehow I found a way to get back into the ring. I got up, and I took my lumps, but then again, I returned to the form that made me the premier technical wrestling force in the world....bar none.

So again, I applaud your faith Deacon, I have a slight amount of empathy for everything you’ve been through, but now is not the time. I will have to treat you just like any other opponent that I will face in the ring. I may injure you, it’s happened before, but hopefully it won’t. And then afterward.....you can speak once again of that profound faith, Deek, because you’re definitely going to need it once again. No false gimmicks, no false hype, I am Jean Rabesque.

(fade out)

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