Sunday, February 05, 2006

G.L.O.W. Diary 10

Monday, Week 2, March 1983

Before the show, I introduced the girls to Don Coss, our new announcer/heel manager. He was a really nice guy and I thought we'd get along fine. As for McLane, I had security tell him that if he wanted to get in, he'd have to buy a ticket. I heard him shouting outside that he still owned almost half the company before he gave up and left.

We had only 383 people at the Mayan Theater. I wondered if McLane hadn't sabotaged the advertising.

Jackie Stallone is at the podium and makes the announcement that Don Coss will be serving as a new announcer for the promotion. At that, a beaming Coss comes out and thanks Jackie for the introduction.[C-]
Main show
Vampira defeated Little Feather in 2:55 by submission with a Vampira's Caress.
Don lifted the match with his announcing. Much better than McLane and far cheaper, not to mention he's not a pain in the ass. Vampira is improving in Performance skills.[D]
Debbie Dancer comes out to the podium for an interview. She offers a bit of warning to Sally the Farmer's Daughter.
"If you ever butt into my affairs again, bitch, I'll make sure to slap the taste right out of your stinking mouth! This is your last warning, Sally the Farmer's Daughter - stop messing with my business, or you'll pay the price."[D]
Don Coss and Jackie Stallone welcome Sally the Farmer's Daughter to the announcer table, where Sally will be a special guest announcer for the next match. Sally the Farmer's Daughter is developing better performance skills.[C-]
Debbie Dancer defeated Scarlett in 2:45 by pinfall after using a foreign object.[D]
After the match, the cameras take us back to the ringside announcers desk. There, Jackie Stallone and Sally the Farmer's Daughter begin their post match discussion. Out of nowhere, Sally the Farmer's Daughter begins insulting the work of Debbie Dancer - calling her an insult to professional wrestlers everywhere.
Sally the Farmer's Daughter is developing better performance skills.[C]
California Doll is signing autographs backstage. She becomes upset when she sees California Vine doing the same thing and the fans can't tell them apart.
California Vine is developing better performance skills.[C+]
Mountain Fiji defeated Tammy Jones in 2:34 by disqualification.
Penny is a good manager for Fiji.[C-]
The show was a success.[C-]


Tuesday, Week 2, March 1983

The meeting the next morning was a mixed bag. Ashley, Tina, and Beastie all wanted to be in next week's show, but I could only get one of them in. And that was going to be the one with ring skills.

"There just isn't enough money."

"But didn't you save money by getting rid of McLane?" asked Ashley.

"Yes, but not much, and next week I have to pay to have a steel cage built."

"Steel cage?" asked Dee.

"For Tammy and Emily's match. I want Tammy to go out on a high note, I'd like to have her back some day."

Dee shook her head. "You can't put these girls in a steel cage. They could get hurt."

The steel cages that were used around that time were constructed of tubular steel bars that had no give. She was right.

"I have an idea." said Don. "We can build the cage so it has more give. It won't look as good, but it's safer. Probably will be cheaper too."

As the meeting ended, I told Palestina that she would be missed. I asked her if she'd consider returning once we were better off financially.

"In this business, you never say never."


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