Wrestling: In Your Face.
The Hospital Wrestling Federation
by Eric Jenkins
Before you guys think that I have lost my mind and that this piece should actually be in the Independent Wrestling section, bear in mind that this is not about an actual wrestling federation. After reading the most recent Jim Ross Report, I came to the conclusion that there are so many top WWF stars out with injuries that I could start my own wrestling organization using those stars as my featured performers.
My champion would of course be Triple H, as he would probably be the champion in the WWF if he were healthy. As HWF champion, Triple H would face stiff challenges from the top two contenders Rhyno & Chris Benoit. While the HWF title changes hands back & forth between these three stars, they must all keep an eye on the secondary championship of the HWF. The secondary champion is generally considered to be the first in line for a mandatory title defense with the HWF champion.
The battle for the secondary title is just as intense. Rikishi, the secondary champion, is involved in a heated feud with top challenger Kanyon. While the Samoan is involved in his series of matches with "The Innovator of Offense", he must also defend against top challengers "Hardcore" Bob Holly, Hardcore champion Steve Blackman & Light Heavyweight Champion Jerry Lynn. Holly & Blackman are also feuding over the hardcore title, a title that is also coveted by newcomer Johnny "The Bull". Johnny is looking to make a name for himself in the WWF, but has found himself in the HWF for the time being.
Light Heavyweight Champion Jerry Lynn probably has the toughest test of all of the HWF champions. Lynn must defend his title against two former multi-time Light Heavyweight champions, Taka Michinoku & X-Pac. Each man covets Light Heavyweight gold and would stop at nothing to dethrone the reigning champion, especially while the champion is occupying himself with his pursuit of other titles.
Eddie Guerrero, once a top star in the HWF and a top challenger for both the HWF secondary title and the HWF title, has defected to the WWF. Eddie felt that the HWF could no longer do anything to further his career, and he, along with Scotty Too Hotty, have defected to the World Wrestling Federation where they hope to become the stars that they once were. These men hope to eventually convince the other members of the HWF, from champion Triple H all the way down to Johnny "The Bull", to follow them to the greener pastures of the World Wrestling Federation. Only time will tell.
The WWF, while continuing to prosper, could definitely use a boost that these stars could provide, but for know, we ca only imagine what they could do if they were healthy.
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