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Memorial Shows
MEGAN TORYAK MEMORIAL SHOW (June 23-25,2001)

FIRST ROUND OF THE TWF MEGAN TORYAK MEMORIAL
TOURNAMENT

The show starts off with every wrestler and
personality present on the ramp for the ceremonial
ringing of the bell 10 times. A picture of Megan will
be displayed throughout the tournament on the
ThrawnTron.

MATCH 1
George HW Bush v. Ric Flair
Flair starts the match off quickly with some
knife-edge chops and a suplex. Bush then counters
another suplex attempt and goes for the quick win with
the Bush Factor. Flair kicks out for a very close
2-count. Bush now tries to put Flair in his own Figure
4. Flair can't make the ropes, but manages to roll on
his stomach. After several minutes, Bush taps. After
the match, Bush and Flair shake hands.
WINNER: Ric Flair

MATCH 2
Father Grassi v. Pee Wee Sherman
Grassi starts the match off with a shot to the back of
Pee Wee's head. Grassi then goes for the Last
Confession, a Last Ride type move. Pee Wee counters it
with a sunset flip and then, once on his feet, hits
Grsssi with a ShermDrop2K. Close 2-count. Grassi gets
up and hooks on a chickenwing crossface, which Pee Wee
counters into a Burning Hammer for the win. Grassi and
Sherman shake hands after the match.
WINNER: Pee Wee Sherman

MATCH 3
Kane v. Dick Cheney
Dick is the victim of an early match chokeslam and a
Tombstone that leaves him nearly unconsious. Kane gets
the pin. After the match, Kane helps Cheney to the
back.
WINNER: Kane

MATCH 4
Al Gore v. Booker T
Gore hits T with an early Sweet Chin Music for a
2-count, then tries for a Tax Cut. Booker gets up and
counters it with a Book End. Close 2-count. They then
tie up collar and elbow. Booker again hits the Book
End, and then hits with The People's Elbow. 1-2-3.
Booker and Gore shake hands after the match.
WINNER: Booker T

MATCH 5
Jeff Jarrett v. Rhyno
Jarrett manages to hit the Man-Beast with an early
Stroke and a Figure 4. Rhyno makes the ropes and then
gets up to Gore Jarrett 3 times for the win. Rhyno
then helps Jarrett up and shakes his hand.
WINNER: Rhyno

MATCH 6
Rick the Brick v. Steve Austin
Austin manages to hit Brick with the Stunner at the
outset, which only gets a 2-count. Brick then gets up
and proceeds to give Austin the worst beating of his
life with forearms, chops, elbows, suplexes, spears,
slams, and finally a Brick Wall for the finish. Austin
and Brick then shake hands.
WINNER: Rick the Brick Tresize

MATCH 7
Scott Evil v. Dino Pride
This match is a classic between two of the best
lightheavyweights in the TWF. Scott starts off with an
enziguri, which is countered into a spinning back drop
by Dino. Dino then misses a moonsault, then kicks out
of a 2-count Scotton Bomb. Scott then hits Dino with a
fisherman's suplex and then tries for a 450 splash. He
misses, Dino hits with a Twist of Fate and then hits
an extremely difficult Shooting Star Press for the
win. Dino and Scott then shake hands in a show of
respect.
WINNER: Dino Pride

MATCH 8
The Rock v. Goldberg
This is another one of Goldberg's 2 minute-long
matches as he kicks out of a Rock Bottom/People's
Eblow combo and hits Rock with a Spear/Jackhammer
combo for the win. Rock and Goldberg shake hands after
the match.
WINNER: Goldberg

MATCH 9
Steve Kennedy v. Diamond Dallas Page
Steve fails to get an effective offense on the
extremely tough Page, who even kicks out of the Badass
Buster. Page then hits a Diamond Cutter for the win.
He then shakes Steve's hand.
WINNER: Diamond Dallas Page

MATCH 10
George W Bush v. Chicken Fryz Tresize
Bush's Presidential Piledriver wasn't effective, as he
couldn't pick the up-and-coming
lightheavyweight(superheavyweight) after an extremely
effective offense to the knees. Chicken Fryz then hits
a top rope splash for the win, then helps Bush to the
back.
WINNER: Chicken Fryz Tresize

MATCH 11
Mike Thrawn v. The Undertaker
Thrawn hits Taker with another effective knee offense
by dropkicking the Dead Man's knees about 5 times,
then doing some knee drops on it. He then goes for the
Imperial Crusher, but only gets a 2-count. None of
this would stop the Taker from hitting the Last Ride
for the win. Thrawn and the Taker shake hands after
the match.
WINNER: The Undertaker

MATCH 12
Post Ericho v. Hulk Hogan
Hogan went on the early offensive with his repertoire
that is from the 1980's, culminating in a Legdrop,
which garners a 2-count. Ericho then gets up and puts
Hogan in the Walls of Ericho, to which Hogan taps.
Hogan and Eric then shake hands.
WINNER: Post Ericho


THE SECOND ROUND OF THE MEGAN TORYAK MEMORIAL
TOURNAMENT

MATCH 1
Ric Flair v. Pee Wee Sherman
Pee Wee starts off strong, but Flair counters a
Burning Hammer attempt with a spinning DDT. Flair then
hooks on the Figure 4, but Pee Wee, being the mat
veteran he is, gets to the ropes. Flair then hooks Pee
Wee with some knife-edged chops, which Pee Wee return.
Eventually, Flair gets bored and hits Sherman with his
own Burning Hammer for the pin. Flair and Pee Wee
shake hands.
WINNER: Ric Flair

MATCH 2
Kane v. Al Gore w/George W. Bush
Kane again goes for the early Chokeslam/Tombstone
combo, but Gore counters the Tombstone with a sunset
flip and superkick to the back of Kane's head. He then
hits the Tax Cut for the pin. He then shakes Kane's
hand.
WINNER: Al Gore

MATCH 3
Rhyno v. Rick the Brick w/Father Grassi
Rick starts off with an excellent amateur based
offense, which completely baffles Rhyno, who is now in
the perfect position for Rick to hit him with the
Brick Wall, which he does. Then instead of going for a
near-guaranteed win, he waits for Rhyno to get up,
then Gores him. Rick then only gets a 2-count. He gets
up looking baffled that Rhyno's own finisher couldn't
finish him off, then Rhyno Gores Rick for the pin.
They shake hands after the match.
WINNER: Rhyno

MATCH 4
Dino Pride v. Goldberg
Another of Goldberg's dominations, as he just Spears
and Jackhammers Dino for the win. He then helps Dino
up and shakes his hand.
WINNER: Goldberg

MATCH 5
Diamond Dallas Page v. Chicken Fryz Tresize
Not much here either, as even Chicken Fryz' speed(?)
couldn't save him from an early Diamond Cutter and
pin. DDP shakes his hand after the match.
WINNER: Diamond Dallas Page

MATCH 6
The Undertaker v. Post Ericho w/ Mike Thrawn
Ericho starts off early, with Hogan-style offense,
until Taker reverses a big boot attempt with a Last
Ride. Taker only gets a 2-count. Ericho then survives
seven more Last Rides and 2-counts before "Posting up"
and hitting Taker with the Imperial Crusher, Death
Star, and then putting on the Walls of Ericho. Taker
can't make it to the ropes and lasts a good 2 minutes
before tapping. Ericho then helps the Taker up and
shakes hand.
WINNER: Post Ericho

QUARTERFINALS OF THE MEGAN TORYAK MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT

MATCH 1
Ric Flair v. Al Gore w/George W Bush
Gore starts off strong with an enziguri and a
superkick for a 2-count. After Flair gets up, Gore
hits him with a kick to the midsection and a Tax Cut.
Another 2-ocunt. Flair then proceeds to beat the crap
out of Gore. He hooks on the oft-escaped Figure 4, but
Gore can't make the ropes and gives up. They shake
hands after the match.
WINNER: Ric Flair

MATCH 2
Rhyno v. Dino Pride
Dino is the victim of a early Gore and 3-count. Rhyno
then helps him to the back.
WINNER: Rhyno

MATCH 3
WINNER GOES TO THE FINALS
Diamond Dallas Page v. Post Ericho w/Mike Thrawn
DDP starts with a Diamond Cutter out of nowhere, but
only gets a 2-count. He then just beats on Ericho for
a while before hitting with the Cutter and again
getting a 2-count. Ericho then starts a superman
comeback as DDP hits him with solid rights. Ericho
gets up, bodyslams DDP, then legdrops him. Then Ericho
picks him up, gives him the Diamond Cutter, Imperial
Crusher, Death Star, and then hooks on the Walls of
Ericho, to which DDP submits. Ericho helps Page up and
they shake hands.
WINNER: Post Ericho

SEMIFINAL MATCH
Ric Flair v. Rhyno
Flair starts off with a tech-based offense, but
eventually Rhyno goes for the Gore, but Flair dodges.
Rhyno then turns around and tries again. Flair didn't
see it coming and gets blindsided. Rhyno then puts
Flair in the Figure 4, but Flair flips it over. After
several minutes, Rhyno gives. Flair shakes his hand
after the match.
WINNER: Ric Flair

FINAL (LUMBERJACK) MATCH
LUMBERJACKS: GEORGE HW BUSH, FATHER GRASSI, PEE WEE  
SHERMAN, KANE, DICK CHENEY, AL GORE, BOOKER T, JEFF
JARRETT, RHYNO, RICK THE BRICK, SCOTT EVIL, DINO
PRIDE, THE ROCK, GOLDBERG, STEVE KENNEDY, DDP, GEORGE
W BUSH, CHICKEN FRYZ TRESIZE, AND MIKE THRAWN
Special Referee: Jennifer Bryan
Ric Flair v. Post Ericho
Flair starts with some knife-edge chops, but Ericho
counters with some right hands and goes for the Death
Star, which Flair escapes. He then puts Ericho in a
vertical suplex, then hits him with a second
turnbuckle kneedrop, which gets a 2-count. Ericho then
starts a superman comeback, but when he goes for the
Walls of Ericho, Flair counters it into a Figure 4.
Ericho doesn't give up, but counters it again, and
Flair lets go. He then hits Ericho with a back body
drop, but Ericho starts another superman comeback and
hits Flair with the Stroke, Gore, Jackhammer, Imperial
Crusher, Presidential Piledriver, Bush Factor, Tax
Cut, Chokeslam, Diamond Cutter, Last Ride, Badass
Boomstick, Rock Bottom, Stone Cold Stunner, Book End,
ShermDrop 2K, Burning Hammer, and finally the Death
Star for the 3-count from the special ref. The
lumberjacks then hit the ring and everyone shakes
hands.
WINNER OF THE MEGAN TORYAK MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT: Post
Ericho


Megan Toryak, 17, was killed on June 22, 2001 as a
result of a car accident. She was born on April 3,
1984. She was a member of the Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church, where she was an altar server and
part of the choir and youth group. She was a senior in
RCB and participated in HUGGED, student council, and
was on the softball and volleyball teams and is listed
in a current volume of Who's Who Among High School
Students. She was a cheerleader in middle school and
her freshman year, a homecoming attendant and prom
princess in her junior year, and was employed by the
Harrison County Parks and Recreation Board at
Clarksburg Veteran's Memorial Park during the summer
months. This tournament has been dedicated to her. May
she forever rest in peace in the kingdom of God.

                  IN LOVING MEMORY
               MEGAN ELIZABETH TORYAK
             APRIL 3, 1984-JUNE 22, 2001