PCW Extreme Election Night 2008 Preview with Johnny Suave and former PCW Champion ‘Not Just Unbearable. Not Just Intolerable. He is’ Justin Sufferable.
Mixed Tag Team Three-Way Dance: Bill O’Reilly and ? from Fox News vs. MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann and ? vs. CNN’s Lou Dobbs and ?
Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly and MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann are no stranger to extreme political wrestling. O’Reilly and Olbermann’s battles have been legendary over the past couple years. However, the addition of CNN’s Lou Dobbs to the mix adds a whole new component. Dobbs is an independent and fiercely against the partisanship exhibited by O’Reilly and Olbermann.
Who will Olbermann, O’Reilly, and Dobbs choose for their tag team partners? Olbermann and O’Reilly have had several vicious hardcore battles before. Will Dobbs be up to the task?
Suave: Justin Sufferable, what about this one?
Sufferable: Johnny Suave, first off. It’s great to be here. This is going to be a war. The past Olbermann/O’Reilly matches have been hardcore classics. I like Keith Olbermann, though. Olbermann is on a roll these days. *
Minnesota Street Brawl: Al Franken (Progressive Alliance) vs. Norm Coleman (American Patriots)
Franken defeated Coleman on the October 7th edition of PCW Extreme Political TV and established himself as a definite threat. This will be Franken’s third appearance in PCW. Franken was on the first ever PCW pay per view show in March of 2005 as the tag team partner of Michael Moore. Franken and Moore went to a no decision with Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh when DeWayne Cantrell, co-owner of PCW, ran in and took out all four men with a steel folding chair.
Coleman also is making his third appearance. He defeated anti-war activist George Galloway in 2006 with an assist from Christopher Hitchens.
Franken is training hard and coming on strong. Can Coleman use his vast political experience to hold off Franken? Or can Franken pull off the win and add to what people believe will be a huge night for the Progressive Alliance.
Sufferable: Al Franken. He’s coming on and Coleman didn’t look all that good a couple weeks ago.
Carolina Cat Fight: Elizabeth Dole (American Patriots) vs. Kay Hagan (Progressive Alliance)
This will be the second appearance for both women here in PCW. In their preview match on the October 14th PCW Extreme Political TV, Dole seemed a little lackluster and disinterested. Hagan came out energized and motivated and took the fight right to the experienced Dole. The match ended in controversy:
Dole was apparently none too happy with the way the match ended. Will she come out with a little more passion Tuesday night? Or is it Kay Hagan’s time?
Suave: Dole did seem lethargic a few weeks back. Can she come back?
Sufferable: No. Kay Hagan has momentum. She looked very good on the October 14th PCW Extreme Political TV. I think she’ll win tonight.
New Hampshire Intergender Match: Jeanne Shaheen (Progressive Alliance) vs. John Sununu (American Patriots)
This will also be the second appearance for both Shaheen and Sununu in PCW. Shaheen came out on top at their October 21st preview match thanks to some help from Saturday Night Live’s Tina Fey. Fey, disguised as Sarah Palin, came to the ring with a hockey stick and took out Sununu:
We would find out minutes later that Fey and Alec Baldwin had kidnapped Sarah Palin, handcuffed and gagged her, and left her in a closet. Can Sununu rebound and get the win back? Or Shaheen outsmart him again? We’ll find out Tuesday.
Suave: Justin? Sununu v. Shaheen
Sufferable: Jeanne Shaheen. I think Sununu’s toast.
FUBAR and Escondido have been embroiled in a feud over the past few weeks:
This match is about respect. FUBAR wants to prove that he belongs and deserves not to be considered a jobber/talent enhancement. He’s banished his life coach guru Dr. Bill and will face Escondido alone. Can FUBAR take the next step? Will Escondido regain the PCW Television title he so dearly covets? We will see.
Jack Schett and Bull Schett have hit the six month mark of their tag team title reign. After finally disposing of A. Tom Bomb and Hy Drogen Bomb of the American Patriots, the Schetts may now face their biggest challenge. The McMann Corporation has taken PCW by storm over the past few weeks.
Big Oil and Walstreit destroyed A-Bomb and H-Bomb October 21st on PCW Extreme Political TV to become the number one contenders for the PCW Tag Team title…
Can the Schett’s withstand the Corporate power behind Big Oil and Kirk Walstreit?
PCW Women’s Title Match: ‘The Empress Queen of All Media’ Opal Winfree © w/Opal’s Flock- New Age Sensitive Guy and Soccer Mom (Progressive Alliance) vs. Kathryn Randall Collins aka KRC (McMann Corp)
Opal Winfree and Kathryn Randall Collins had two epic battles back in January that both resulted in title changes. With the help of Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Political Pitbulls, KRC defeated Winfree at Mayhem in Manchester (NH) on January 8th to become the PCW Women’s Champion. However, two weeks later at the Weapons of Mass Political Destruction pay per view, Winfree, with a big assist from Barack Obama, regained the title.
Since then, Winfree has consolidated her hold on the title while KRC went through some hard times. Collins hit a low at PCW Loose Cannons 4 when she lost to the PCW Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl Tessa Martin and the number one contender slot for the women’s title. KRC joined McMann’s Corporation and began the road back. Collins regained the number one contender spot on PCW Extreme Political TV when she obliterated Martin with help from Daisy Cutter-Bomb- who turned on the PCW Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl.
With McMann’s Corporation behind her, can Kathryn Randall Collins be stopped? Or will the Empress Queen of All Media continue her title reign?
Suave: This could be a very interesting match. McMann’s Corporation versus the phenomenon known as the Empress Queen of All Media.
Sufferable: Johnny, Opal’s a tough, powerful customer. When she lost the title to KRC back in January, it took only 12 days for her to get it back. Opal goes over.
PCW Title Match: ‘The Original Rookie Sensation’ Starz N. Stripes © w/John McCain (American Patriots) vs. ‘The New Rookie Sensation’ O’Beck Bahama w/Barack Obama (Progressive Alliance)
O’Beck Bahama arrived in PCW in early February to much fanfare and the full support of Barack Obama. Bahama won his first match on February 19th at Milwaukee Meltdown defeating Progressive Alliance stalwarts such as DLC and Triple R. He met Starz N. Stripes (American Patriots) and Halitosis (Independent) for the PCW title at Day of Judgment. Bahama acquitted himself well but in the end come up short against the more experienced Starz N. Stripes.
So now, it comes down to this. One last shot for the ‘New Rookie Sensation’ O’Beck Bahama. With Barack Obama in his corner, can he finally reach the top- the PCW title? Or will the experience of the ‘Original Rookie Sensation’ Starz N. Stripes and John McCain be the difference again? We’ll find out tomorrow night at PCW Extreme Election Night 2008.
Suave: All right, Justin. The big one. Starz N. Stripes and O’Beck Bahama for the PCW title. Is this the night O’Beck Bahama finally wins?
Sufferable: In a word- yes. Johnny, O’Beck Bahama will walk out of here tonight as the new PCW champion. His time has come. Starz N. Stripes is a tough customer, a great wrestler. But O’Beck is talented and Barack Obama has done a superb job of bringing him along.
Suave: And that’s it for our PCW Extreme Election Night Preview. We’re running a tad behind tonight. Bell time at 9 PM. Stay Tuned.
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