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Stacy Jones

League Member
Feb 21, 2015
Opportunity comes around rarely for anyone, so whenever it does come along, the best thing you can do is to take it. And that’s exactly what I’m doing here with Battlemania, an over the top rope elimination match pitting thirty wrestlers from various wrestling companies from all over the world. This is an opportunity to not only get my name out there, but to also get the VoW name out there as well. On top of that, this is an opportunity for me to prove to twenty nine other wrestlers who have never heard of me, bar the two from VoW, that I am one of the greatest female wrestlers to have ever stepped into a wrestling ring!

The scene opens as I am back home in New York City, New York. I figured that whilst I’m recovering from the immediate surgery I needed on my right eye, that I would come back home to recover. I’m out walking past the ‘Reflecting Absence’ memorial that honours the victims of the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001 dressed in a pair of black high heeled leather boots, a pair of skin tight black leather trousers, a black Nightwish Imaginearum T-shirt, a black leather jacket, a black eye patch covering my right eye and a black bandanna with the words ‘Your Final Penance Is Coming’ printed on it, the very same bandanna made by Jenny McAllister, a huge fan of mine who was terminally ill with cancer and unfortunately lost her battle with it a few days after I met her.

Like most of the population on this planet, I was hit hard by the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001...and like so many Americans...I suffered personal losses on that day. My Uncle Rob and one of my best friends, Chloe, were in one of the World Trade Centers, my Uncle worked there and Chloe was there on a school trip when the attacks took place and both of them lost their lives that day...

I continue walking, looking at the memorial as the memories of that fateful day come flooding back to me.

When I tell people about the traumatic events that I have suffered during my life, and during my wrestling career, such as the many times I was kidnapped...the three miscarriages I’ve had to deal with amongst many other things, I don’t tell these things to try and get any sympathy from anyone. I tell people about them because even though our fans out there consider us to be superhuman in some ways, that we are invincible and that we aren’t like them, I like to tell people these stories about what I’ve been through to show them that I am just like any other human being. I like to show my fans that I am just an ordinary woman who had a big dream to become a wrestler and when the opportunity to do that came along, I took it...I like to show my fans that if they have a big dream, if they get the chance to make that dream a reality, then they should take the bull by it’s horns and go with it! Because at the end of the day, if you don’t take the opportunities that are given to you, then you’ll spend the rest of your life wondering what would have happened had you taken that opportunity, because at the end of the day, life is not about waiting for the storm to pass...it’s about learning to dance in the rain...

I zip up my jacket and stuff my hands into my jacket pockets.

And that is what this is all about, this thirty person over the top rope elimination match, Battlemania. This is about opportunity, as soon as I heard about it, I signed myself up for it because I realized that this match is an opportunity for me to get my name out there...to get VoW’s name out there!

I chuckle a little.

I know this match is going to be the toughest match of my career because I am facing twenty nine of the world’s top wrestlers, from all over the world. I’m going into this match, only knowing what Reya Serra and Blue Suede Bruce are capable of, and that’s because they are both working in the same company that I am. The other twenty seven on the other hand, I know their names, I know that they’re all very accomplished wrestlers, but this will be the first time I will be stepping into the ring with them, not knowing what they are capable of doing...

I then smirk.

But that also means, that those twenty seven other wrestlers are stepping into the ring with me, not knowing what I am capable of either!

I take a long deep breath in through my nose and slowly exhale.

I have been wrestling for just over five years now, and in that time I have faced many different types of wrestler...the seven foot, three hundred and fifty pound monster...the roided up freak of nature...the extraordinary high flying nut job...the lunatic brawler...the extreme chair swinging mentalist and the crazy, psychotic bitch that gets off whenever she notices blood. I have faced them all, and I have defeated them all...but they have also defeated me as well...

I take my right hand from my pocket and stroke it through my long black hair before replacing it into the pocket.

I’ve never been one to lie about my chances in matches, I’m always completely honest. I know that there’s a slim chance of me winning this match, I understand that there are some of the greatest wrestlers in wrestling history involved in this match, such as Mike Best, Scott Stevens and Emevlas Stasias, just to name a few. And a lot of people may think that I’m a fool for admitting that I could very well not win this match, but rather than just lying to myself, I like to tell myself the truth, because that makes me work harder, it drives me that much further, to prove myself wrong and that I can win! Getting my name out there by simply competing in the same match as those aforementioned great wrestlers is an opportunity to get myself noticed. If I can prove to myself and to the world that I can go toe to toe with the best of the best and give them a fight they will never forget, then that’s exactly what I intend to do...

I slowly crack my neck from left to right.

I know that those three wrestlers that I’ve mentioned have tried to get under my skin and have tried to make me doubt myself. Mainly Mike Best, he’s considered to be the best wrestler in the world today...which is a pretty big claim to make...considering how many wrestlers are out there that he hasn’t heard of. Without knowing anything about me, he has already claimed that I am nobody, that the companies I have worked for are nothing compared to the company he works for and that the company he works for is the greatest wrestling company to ever exist. Well I’m looking forward to showing Mike Best that there are wrestling companies and wrestlers out there he hasn’t heard of, that could give him and HOW a run for their money...

I begin to laugh a little, thinking about the next person on my mind.

And then there’s Scott Stevens, the guy who by the sounds of it, thinks I should be in the kitchen making him a fucking sandwich...and that me being a lesbian is a disease. In other words, he’s a sexist, homophobic prick...but I’ve dealt with assholes like him before and I’ve forced them to wish they’d never ever been fucking born! So Scott, I’m going to personally enjoy introducing the bottom of my boot to that sexist, homophobic face of yours...

I stop walking and rest against the wall of a nearby building.

And then there’s Emevlas Stasias who has also been vocal towards me, and unlike the other two I previously mentioned, I actually have respect for her as a person. You see, I have always had two forms of respect for people in this industry, respect for them as a wrestler, and I respect all three of you in that sense...and then there’s the respect I have for them as people...and Stasias is the only one I respect in both of those respects. However saying that, I may respect you as a person as well as for your accomplishments Ms Stasias...but the moment we step into that ring for Battlemania, all respect goes out of the window and we along with the twenty eight other participants in this match will do battle in the biggest match of our careers!

I push myself off the wall and continue walking down the street.

At Battlemania, I seriously hope that all twenty nine of you will be ready for what is about to come your way...because I am Stacy Jones and I am out to win this match. You will all suffer my judgement...your final penance is coming!

I then walk off camera, chuckling away to myself as the scene fades.

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