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Xtreme Enough - Exclusive Update!

Mad Dog

Original Gangsta
Jan 1, 2000

(FADE IN to a production room somewhere in GXW headquarters. Jason Grant is seated behind a desk with several monitors showing matches in the background. Some old music that sounds like it came off of the soundtrack from a 70’s adult movie cuts on. A light shines on Jason Grant and he becomes aware of the camera, smiles, and begins reading off his sheet. A logo for Xtreme Enough is shown in the background.)

JG: Hello everyone. I’m here to try and cover for you all what happened this past week on Xtreme Enough. We heard that the producer of the show wasn’t happy with the way the instructors were portrayed and he has canceled filming for this week. However, we do have an interview with the producer and he will be on shortly.

JG: But in the meantime let’s get you caught up on what transpired on the last episode. Everyone saw the rigorous training regimen that the instructors put the class through. They thought it would be easygoing but soon realized that GXW isn’t for everyone. They tortured those kids in the last episode. Showed them how the business truly is. Maybe it’s better for them this way, because they earn their stripes while being broken in by some of the best in this business. This way maybe some of the boys in the back won’t be upset that some kid came in off the streets and got a job in GXW.

JG: But are we putting them into too much danger, too soon? It’s been a heated discussion on the internet as of late. Several well known wrestling insiders have been talking about the useless violence that has been promoted on Xtreme Enough. Some people like the purity of the sport, the grappling aspect, the athleticism. Is this show feeding into the hardcore frenzy too much? Are we going over the line and pushing the envelope? Well maybe we’ll have these questions answered in just a sec. Lets go to a word from our sponsors.

(A commercial airs for Battleground Britain and announces a few matches for the show.)

JG: And we’re back. With me via satellite from Nashville, Tennessee. He is the Executive Producer of Xtreme Enough and we are very privileged to have with us tonight Mr. Joseph Scott. Great to have you on, Joseph.

JS: Great to be on, Jason.

JG: Can you tell us a little bit about the elimination of young Jeff Selway. The kid had a boatload of potential and I really saw great things from him. Then, almost without warning, he was cut from the lineup. He might have been the best mat-technician of the group, but we will never find out because he got the axe.

JS: Now hold on a sec. I hate giving that piece of crap ANY press over the people we still have in there. I don’t feel I should have to defend the program or the instructors for the choice they made. Selway was whining sniveling douche bag. He tried to hurt other competitors. He was lacking patience and a whole slew of other things that helped make that decision. He could have been a phenomenal mat-tech, but we will never know because he couldn’t pass the first test. Safety first.

JG: Thanks for bringing that up. Aren’t you putting these kids in danger? I know chair-shots are a common occurrence in wrestling, but should a kid learn that in his first lesson?

JS: What’s the name of the show? What’s the name of the organization that pays your salary? The keyword and emphasis is on XTREME. Why do you think Evan Aho bailed out of here? Because he couldn’t hack it here. He’s a great wrestler and a former World champ, a maestro on the mat, but when it came to chair-shots, Evan wanted no part of it. I respect it, but at the same time that is just how the business is. If those kids didn’t want this, they have had numerous chances to hit the bricks. We’re not holding anyone hostage, if they want to go…they can go.

JG: Several of the sheet writers have called Xtreme Enough one of the lowest points wrestling could ever get to. While others praise it and think it’s a terrific concept. What do you have to say to that?

JS: If you don’t like it, turn the channel. If you do like it, then chances are you are like the rest of the World. The truth is that Reality TV sells. That’s what we are giving the viewing audience. It’s not about rainbows and fuzzy rabbits, it’s about getting smacked around, used and abused. It builds character and that’s what we are trying to do here. It goes back to how bad you want it. If you can take the lumps along the way that life dishes out.

JG: So why have you had a closed set for the past month and a half?

JS: Because of all the stirring the media was doing, trying to put their own twist on things. It came off as bitter and cold, when it was all due to a bad apple in the bunch that caused the coming of age story to be scrapped and we had to deal with a major problem sooner than we had hoped. The camera didn’t roll, but we did have several eliminations. If you want to see the footage of the cuts, you’ll have to get Xtreme Enough on DVD when the 3 disc set comes out this summer.

JG: Who was cut?

JS: Trent Tyler is gone. He hurt his knee in the ring and couldn’t continue. Ricky was cut due to conduct detrimental to the program.

JG: So you’ve still got Kyona, Tech, Jack D, Jason, Quentin Wafflemelon, Courtney, and the outcast of the group, Gimpy Gilmore.

JS: Yep and on the next episode we will be cutting 2 more, maybe more depending on their overall performance.

JG: Well It’s been a pleasure to have you on and I am glad the general public is now aware of what’s going on. They have been in the dark for a while.

JS: Well we closed the set for a reason. There was just too damn much negativity and we had to do something to improve that. Hopefully when we come back, we will be received better.

JG: I hope so. Fans, this is Jason Grant along with my guest Joseph Scott. Be sure to catch the next episode of Xtreme Enough! Thanks Joseph.

JS: You bet, buddy. Any time.


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