Round One: Lex Luthor VS. The Joker: Voting is Open!

Son of BeyonderSon of Beyonder BeyondRegistered User regular
edited May 2015 in Graphic Violence
ROUND ONE, DAY ONE
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Location

WrestleMania 31

Backgound

The Undertaker's undefeated streak at WrestleMania was incredible, unmatched, and seemingly invincible...until it wasn't. After Brock Lesnar pinned him in front of a couple hundred thousand stunned spectators, the Undertaker walked off...and seemingly disappeared from wrestling for good.

In his place, came Bray Wyatt, a self-styled eater of worlds, a backwoods cult leader determined to become "the new face of fear." He taunted the Undertaker, claiming that he would claim his soul, and a whole bunch of other nonsense. The Undertaker hit his rocking chair with lightning and promised Bray Wyatt that he would, basically, kill him at WrestleMania.

Wrestling is weird, I don't know if you guys knew this.

Your Prompt

The Joker and Lex Luthor are two of the most iconic villains in the history of comics. How they fight in the world of professional wrestling is entirely up to you. In this battle, versions of these characters from an alternate universe where comic superheroes are professional wrestlers meet for one final battle. The story doesn't have to match what happened between the Undertaker and Bray Wyatt (and it probably shouldn't, it didn't make a lot of sense). The story doesn't have to line up with any pro wrestling storyline that's ever been written.

That's it, though

TIME TO FIGHT

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  • chiasaur11chiasaur11 Never doubt a raccoon. Registered User regular
    Lex Luthor is a proud man. A callous man. A cruel man. But not a stupid man. He knows his empire is everything. And if a madman in white makeup started tearing it apart, he wouldn't let his pride stop him from calling in the champ to take down the clown. After a stream of mayhem, the stage is set. A tag team between the Kansas babyface, and his arch-nemesis against the Joker and one of his goons.

    But come the day, Lex is a no show. Smallville Kent is going two on one, and it's not looking good. But, with a herculean effort, he manages to get the pin, and tears off the makeup to reveal the TRUE identity of the clown prince of crime, fulfilling his deal with Lex Luthor, the owner of LexCorp Wrestling Entertainment.

    In a shocking twist, Lex Luthor IS the Joker.

    It was him, Kent. It was him all along.

    We all bought it. We all bought it hook, line, and sinker. Even his immediate family bought it. Every one of them was made fools of.

    He didn't want to do it. But the alien made him do it.

    He had to teach him a lesson that he would never, ever forget.

    Because there is no price he will not pay, no depth he will not stoop to, to make the alien's life a complete, living hell.

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  • BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
    I was gonna try and write something for this but Lex Luthor being DC Vince McMahon is just too perfect

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  • LorahaloLorahalo Registered User regular
    The instant I saw this post I had a whole "It was me" idea pop up but you beat me to it you motherfucker.

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  • tomisboredtomisbored Cavalier, NDRegistered User regular
    edited May 2015
    edit: Also chiasaur11 post is\was GREAT

    edit the second: removed the whole thing for being a hot mess that I wrote too quickly at work. Also terrible.

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  • MatevMatev Cero Miedo Registered User regular
    edited May 2015
    2 of the company's biggest heels, Lex "The Self Made Man" Luthor vs. the Clown Prince of Crime, the Joker.

    The feud starts off innocuous at first, with Luthor baiting the Joker, taunting him for his continued failure to stop Batman's continued reign as heavyweight champion (Nevermind his attempts to thwart intercontintenal champion Superman have met similar failure) The Joker doesn't respond, which is unusual for the master showman. Luthor goes on wrestle through a string of jobber heroes (Lobo, Booster Gold) on a quest to become number one contender for the Intercontinental Title again. As it continues, Luthor begins to suffer a series of mishaps inside and outside the ring, many of which start to cause him to doubt his sanity. We see a brief vignette of him talking with a therapist, only for that therapist to vanish during the session, leaving only a blood stain and an echoing, familiar laugh ringing Luthor's ears. He slips on a rubber chicken during his ring entrance. Sudden peals of laughter over the PA during matches cause him to lose focus and almost lose matches

    Finally, the Council of DCW wrestling sets up a No DQ match between Luthor and Joker at Infinite Crisis, the company's marquee event. Luthor battles his inner demons and the roster, slowly becoming more unhinged. The regular show before Infinite Crisis, he manages to take on Superman for the Intercontinental title. It's a classic Superman/Luthor match, with great spots and Luthor showboating. A double knockout occurs, and the Joker rushes the ring, replacing himself with Superman as Luthor stumbles to his feet. Luthor tries to fight him off (The match ending in a DQ in Luthor's favor as soon as Joker starts laying on, which happens right after Luthor realizes what happened) but it ends in a savage beatdown. Luthor's chances headed into IC are slim.

    Throughout the night at IC, Joker interferes with the broadcast, cutting promos on Luthor telling him he's about to have the worst night of life and he's going to rip him to little pieces, the whole nine yards. This is the Joker everyone's been awaiting the whole time. When the time for their match finally arrives, the Joker plays the crowd expertly, dragging a sack of weapons into the ring. Ultimately, the match is a knockdown, drag out slug fest between him and Luthor, with great spots from both (Highlights include Luthor landing a Billion Dollar Bash on Joker onto a bed of nails, and Joker's Bang Bang off the top rope, putting Luthor through the Qwardian announcer's table) and it's revealed the Joker has booby-trapped the ring. In the end, Luthor just no-sells the Joker's tricks, calling him a hack and cheap, landing a Self Made DDT to the Joker to end the match and the Feud. Joker, bleeding from multiple wounds and howling with laughter, is stretchered out from the ruined arena.

    Winner: LUTHOR

    Of course, this feud just leads to the two teaming against Batman and Superman once they get the tag belts, but that's another storyline for creative to work out.

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  • MatevMatev Cero Miedo Registered User regular
    chiasaur11 wrote: »
    Lex Luthor is a proud man. A callous man. A cruel man. But not a stupid man. He knows his empire is everything. And if a madman in white makeup started tearing it apart, he wouldn't let his pride stop him from calling in the champ to take down the clown. After a stream of mayhem, the stage is set. A tag team between the Kansas babyface, and his arch-nemesis against the Joker and one of his goons.

    But come the day, Lex is a no show. Smallville Kent is going two on one, and it's not looking good. But, with a herculean effort, he manages to get the pin, and tears off the makeup to reveal the TRUE identity of the clown prince of crime, fulfilling his deal with Lex Luthor, the owner of LexCorp Wrestling Entertainment.

    In a shocking twist, Lex Luthor IS the Joker.

    It was him, Kent. It was him all along.

    We all bought it. We all bought it hook, line, and sinker. Even his immediate family bought it. Every one of them was made fools of.

    He didn't want to do it. But the alien made him do it.

    He had to teach him a lesson that he would never, ever forget.

    Because there is no price he will not pay, no depth he will not stoop to, to make the alien's life a complete, living hell.

    Aww, sonuvabitch.

    "Go down, kick ass, and set yourselves up as gods, that's our Prime Directive!"
    Hail Hydra
    Dex Dynamo
  • Son of BeyonderSon of Beyonder BeyondRegistered User regular
    Day One Voting is Here

    Remember, the floor is still open for debate!

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