LsW Lake Side Wrestling Written By: Kevin McCauley "The Wood, the glass, the fire, and the barrels never stopped anyone of the Lake Side Wrestlers from doing what they didÃ¢ÂÂ¦" --PART I-- Chapter 1 "The Beginning" Around December 27th, 1998, five local kids from the neighborhood of Lake Side Billerica, MA thought that wrestling should be their sport to perfect in. Four out of the dive kids one day were shoveling snow after a big blizzard in the Massachusetts region. Me and Ryan McCauley, triplet brothers, started doing wrestling moves in the piles of snow. Our friends Dewey Dulong and Jay Cantwell started doing moves also. We started to have so much fun because they were big fans of wrestling at the time. The moves that we first ever pulled off was the "spear," the "powerbomb," and the "vertical suplex." After a while days We would go outside in the snow and practice more and more moves.
Then Dennis McCauley, our fifth man and the third triplet started to wrestle also. Then, the big idea came.
The "big idea" was that we were going to record wrestling entertainment on Jay's camera. Cantwell had his camera for a long time but never used it that much. We all got together and asked if we could use it. When we got permission, we all got to work on what we were going to wear for our wrestler's outfits and more. Then, we walked around looking for wood that we saw and, without question, stole that shit from people's yards. We didn't car what anyone thought. We wanted to wrestle and that is exactly what we did.
I started as the manager of the whole federation we were going to start. I had to think of a name so I thought for a while. I came up with WWF for our name. It didn't mean World Wrestling Federation, but it meant Winter Wrestling Federation. The WWF was our federation name to stay and then I had to give out jobs also. Even though we all wrestled, everyone had as job to do. Jay was the cameraman when he wasn't wrestling. Dennis was the man who made sure everyone was ready to go. Ryan was the man who operated the music for us. Dewey was the man who made sure all the wrestling props were where they were suppose to be. And I was responsible for making sure that everyone knew their lines and I announced the matches.
All we ever did from that day on was make scripts for wrestling. Dewey and I sat down one day and were thinking about pay-per-views. We thought our federation should have them. The first ever pay-per-view we thought of was called WinterMania I named after the World Wrestling Page 2 Federation's WrestleMania I. We then put all of our wrestling ideas on paper and made our first script on December 23rd, 1998. Then the day after Christmas, we started something that made everyone of us something that is important.
Chapter 2 "Starting to Make a Name" My wrestling name to start was Warhead. He was my main character and he had a weird attitude most of the other wrestlers did not have. His finishing move was the "Warhead Powerbomb." Warhead would walk out with a vile of blood imitating the wrestler "Gangrel" of the World Wrestling Federation. He would bring his best friend Bubba to the ring with him. Bubba was a doll that spoke at command. Warheads' signature move was called the "Bubba Headbut." He would clock his opponent over the head with Bubba. For some reason it made better at his match. There were many things that Warhead pulled off. But a true fact is this: He was the first ever Winter Wrestling Federation Champion. He won the championship belt on December 26th, 1998. The belt that Warhead won is the most prized possession that makes any wrestler what we call a "high-carder." Deweys' main wrestling name was X-PAC from the WWF wrestler "X-PAC." X-PAC was what you could call a high-flying wrestler. He would always be doing a hurricanranna one way or the other. X-PAC's finisher was the "X-factor." He was in a group that was called Degeneration-X. He was in a tag-team group called the "New-Aged Outlaws." All of the names X-PAC got were from his favorite wrestling show called World Wrestling Federation. X-PAC's first ever belt he won was the tag-team belts.
Dennis, at the time, had a wrestler named Val Penis. This wrestler imitated WWF's Val Venis. His finisher was the "Money Shot." Val Penis invented the early stages in Hardcore wrestling of the Winter Wrestling Federation. His first match was against him and X-PAC. Val Penis was the first Hardcore Champion. Hardcore wrestling was the best in many ways. The important reasons are that it took the most stamina in the business. And secondly, it took balls to get in a match where the are weapons involved.
Jay's wrestler name was Chicken Boy. Chicken Boy was the laziest wrestler in the business. He never really fought that much. He would walk Warhead to the ring and help Warhead win. He sometimes fought in tag-team matches. Chicken Boy would had a weird side to him. He was loyal to his friend, but he would not speak to anyone in the back about his match. He Page 3 use to have a mysterious smile on his face when he walked to the ring. His favorite saying was a yell that made the crows laugh their ass off. But in all, he was the only wrestler that never complained about anything at the time.
Ryan was a kid that was really "born" to be a high-carder. He could use the microphone and talk without slowing down. He could take on any wrestler and could do basically any move he put his mind to. His wrestling name was Badass Ryan McCauley. Badass was his nickname and his finisher was "The Stunner" imitated by the WWF superstar Stone Cold Steve Austin. Badass was a high carder and was the only wrestler to hold the belt for the longest time. He was the first to defeat the undefeated champion Warhead. Warhead and Badass were fierce rivals and Badass got the last laugh defeating Warhead for the first time to win the Winter Wrestling Federation title.
In conclusion, we all had our main wrestlers. We had some other wrestling names too. Other wrestlers were HHH, Kane, Road Dogg Dewey Dulong, and then a big surprise in the future happens. A big surprise happens to the WWF and more chaos happens in the big storyline. The word gets out that there is a federation willing to hire anyone who dares to step into a world of integrity and pride along with insanity of risk. Who comes to shine? We will see in the future.
Chapter 3 "WWF Speeding Up" The WWF was speeding up on matches. New people were arriving and some wrestlers were being fired. The best of all, new championsÃ¢ÂÂ¦ Badass Ryan McCauley started a huge rival with Warhead. They were always fighting in the back and wrestling in many matches. Some were no DQ matches and some were "Iron Man" matches. Most important, it was who came out on top.
Not a lot of people liked Warhead. The only reason Warhead was so powerful was because he would have something up his sleeve before every match and they would underestimate his own power to his ability. Badass was a fan favorite. He knew how to talk on the microphone and he could make the fans cheer. Not only was he popular, but he knew how to fight any wrestler with good technical skill.
Page 4 Warhead and Badass finally had a match that was going to change the WWF forever. It was the first ever "Fired" Match. The rules were simple. Whoever won the match would have to leave the WWF and not come back. The winner of the match was the undisputed heavyweight champion Badass Ryan McCauley! Badass finally earned the respect he wanted and he was unstoppable. Nobody in the federation could take that belt away from him. Let's just say he was one of the greatest the WWF ever had (or so we thoughtÃ¢ÂÂ¦) Chapter 4 "WWF's New EraÃ¢ÂÂ¦" After a good long spring and summer of fighting there have been a couple new wrestlers. Their names were Road Dogg Dewey Dulong, Kane, Private Pain, and a name we will never forget in historyÃ¢ÂÂ¦Chit. All of the wrestlers in the WWF were fighting for belts and number-one-contender spots. Then all of a sudden, the new CEO of the Winter Wrestling Federation came out.
The new owner is Former WWF wrestler WARHEAD! He made a little deal with the old owner and said that he could take over as long as the federation went smoothly and nobody would end up getting killed out there. Warhead finally made some new adjustments to all the titles. He also said that he would be a commissioner until he could hire a man that would responsible enough to make matches that were fair, but very intense. And the final adjust Warhead made was something that made WWF more better, unoriginal and what he called a "new era." This new era was a federation that had a name. This name was called Lake Side Wrestling!! Now that the Winter Wrestling Federation was called "Lake Side Wrestling," it was official. Warhead changed the name because the LsW was in all seasons and not just in the wintertime. He named the federation LsW because most of the founding fathers were from Lake Side Billerica, MA. LsW was changing more and more everyday. The new wrestlers were making names for themselves and the belts were being held on other peoples' shoulders.
"Ladies and gentlemen I come out here with a new era. This new era will changed this federation forever and make me a founding father of a powerful alliance called Lake Side Wrestling!Ã¢ÂÂ¦" -Warhead- page 5 --PART II-- Chapter 5 "THE TIMELINE!" 1998-2001 The timeline of December of 1998 all the way to August of 2001 was a brutal time and a very dangerous era. The wrestlers that fought in LsW are known for their risk and ability to put their bodies on the line for something not very useful but to get together with each other and have one thing friends have, and that is funÃ¢ÂÂ¦ "December of 1998" -WINTER MANIA I- December of 1998 was where it all began. WWF champion at the time was Warhead. Badass and Warhead were fighting for the WWF Heavyweight Title and what a match it was. Warhead kept beating and beating on Badass with his fierce powerbombs. Badass then went for his finisher called the "fame-asser" and lands it. Badass then went for the cover but the powered Warhead kicked out at the knick of time. Worse came to worse, Warhead pulled out his friend Bubba to help and Bubba smashed Badass's head and then Warhead went for the cover. He got the 1 2 3 and was claimed first ever WWF Heavyweight Champion.
The next title fought was the WWF Hardcore Title. It was the first hardcore match. The opponents were Val Penis and X-PAC. The fight was very brutal and very intense. The two wrestlers were fighting all over the arena. Clotheslines, chairshots, wooden cookie-sheets were everywhere, barrels, and the fan favorite, tables! The first wrestler to ever go through a table was Val Penis. They fought all the way around the arena until they came back into the ring. Both stars were throwing punches left and right, and then Val Penis ended it with authority. Val gave X-PAC a pedigree pinning him to be the first ever Hardcore Champion in the WWF.
The next title was fought in the ring by the first ever Battle Royal fight for the Intercontinental Title. The four opponents were HHH, Chicken Boy, Road Dogg Dewey Dulong, and an unknown wrestler. This was a hard fought battle by all the stars and then at the end, only one person stood on top. This was HHH. He was the first ever IC Champion, but he lost it to Chicken Boy the same night after another little fight in the back.
That last title fought that night was for the Tag-Team titles of the pay-per-view Winter Mania I. The opponents were from the power stable called Page 6 Degeneration X. The two members of that stable had their own tag-team name called "The New Aged Outlaws." The two members were Road Dogg Dewey Dulong and the famous Badass Ryan McCauley. Their opponents were Chicken Boy and Warhead. Chicken Boy and Road Dogg were fierce rivals and Warhead and Badass were fierce rivals. This was a very good match up. They fought until you could see their own blood. The match was a long and cold one (since it was in the winter). Road Dogg gave Chicken Boy his finisher and went for the pin, but Warhead saved his partner in good time. Chicken tagged in his partner and so didn't Road Dogg. Badass and Warhead went at it with some weapons. This match was a no DQ. Eventually after a long time, Badass got his revenge of losing his at the WWF Title and gave Warhead a fame-asser and a 3 count to win the tag match and be the first ever Tag-Team Champion with Road Dogg.
"Ladies and gentlemen boys and girls, children of all ages, Degeneration X proudly brings to you, WWF Tag-Team Champions of the WOOORLD! The Road Dogg Dewey Dulong, the Badass Ryan McCauley, The NEW AGED OUTLAWSÃ¢ÂÂ¦and if you don't like that, I got two words for ya, SUCK IT!!" -New Aged Outlaws, 1998- "January of 1998" WWF was starting to get more and more intense by the week. Val Penis was still battling for the hardcore belt. Chicken Boy was running from a fierce opponent by the name of HHH for the popular IC title. The Tag Titles were being fought and kept by the Outlaws all the time as they defeat every alliance. Last but not least, the WWF Heavyweight Title was still a big story with the undisputed champion Warhead. The story lines continue smoothly all the way till the Pay Per View at the end of the monthÃ¢ÂÂ¦ -ON THIN ICE - The first match of the night was a Triple Threat Match for the IC Title. The Opponents were HHH, Chicken Boy (the Champion), and Road Dogg Dewey Dulong. HHH has been chasing Chicken Boy for a title shot ever since he lost it. The two have been fighting each other till they both bled for three longs weeks. Road Dogg got pulled in because HHH and Road Dogg were both on the same team and Road Dogg was helping his upset friend. Basically, the match was impossible for Chicken Boy to win.
Page 7 The match was fought without a doubt that HHH was going to win with the help of his right-hand man. HHH suddenly gave the Pedigree to Chicken Boy and then there was a tone of music getting loud. The crowd cheered loudly when they saw Warhead walking towards the ring. At first, Warhead sat there and distracted both Road Dogg and the referee. HHH had the match won, but the distracted ref could not count the three to end the long match. Road Dogg then ran after the WWF champion and they started brawling. The match then continued. In the end, HHH was still victorious by giving Chicken Boy another Pedigree while the ref looking at the opponents giving the new Intercontinental champion the 1 2 3Ã¢ÂÂ¦ding ding ding! The next main match was for the Tag-Team titles. This match was a no DQ and the only way you could win was by tapping out. The opponents were the new team called the Luv Brothers and the champs the New Aged Outlaws. The rivals started fighting each other before because the Luv Brothers kept saying they were the ones who should be the tag team champions over and over again every night on WWF "Showtime!" The Outlaws accepted to give them a shot at the titles, so they fought tonight.
The match started out with Road Dogg again and Penis Luv (Badass Ryan McCauley had to take it easy because he had a title shot that night against Warhead). The two went at it and were fighting desperately to get to their partners. Badass and Road Dogg did very well together doing all kinds of double moves and tagging. Vagina Luv almost had the match won by submitting Road Dogg with a " Luv Crab," but Badass came to his rescue very quickly. The matched went a little longer, but then Badass got Penis Luv into a "Crossface" to him tap out in the matter of time. At the end of the match, Badass held down Vagina Luv and Road Dogg gave him the biggest leg drop that WWF has seen so far.