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(Date Posted:12/02/2016 23:26 PM)
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Hillside Auditorium
"Introduction to the Dawn of Athleticism."

by Banch Morgan

 

The eerie hum of a blue2017 Ford Mustang can be heard, as it pulls into the lot. Anyone would takethat moment to enjoy a little revving of the strong engine under the hood.However, it wasn't one of those days. As he calls it, "That kind ofday."

 

It's never easy, getting around acampus, however today was a special one. Construction blocked off several keyareas, forcing more detours, and more selective four letter lingo in response.Regardless, he's here now.

 

While shutting the car off, he peersout at the building. Hillside Auditorium. In roughly 20 minutes, 800 peoplewill pack this building. Sure, tickets ran cheap, at a whopping 5 dollars, freeif you're a medical student or faculty member. It wasn't about money, anyways.

 

As the door pops open, he exits.Sporting a charcoal grey suit, Banch Morgan has arrived in Razorback Country.The air felt different, possibly due in part to the hectic Air Conditioningthat his car was belting out. Regardless, He adjusted his sunglasses and closedthe door behind him.

 

Walking towards the door, Banchglances down at his hand, and the manila folder that carries most of hisspeech. Some of it is improvised, but with his track record, he’d forget someimperative things before he even began.

 

He peeks his head into theauditorium, noticing the full venue. This was more than him, this was thestudents, the faculty, and an opportunity. The speaker notices the guest, andbegins.

 

“Good morning. This is a historicday for us at the University of Arkansas. This University is a place that isalways on the brink of something terrific. We strive to bring the best to thestudents, and today, we bring something more. Who I have here today, is a manwho is world traveled. He’s been star of live production, television, film, andradio. He is the founder of APOLLO Dynamics, one of the world’s largestcommunication companies. All in all, if you ask him what he does, and has done,he’s a professional wrestler. A man, who embodies the American dream. Born intoa military family, built himself out of their shadows to become a celebrity,and left the business when he knew it was time. No drugs, no tragedy, BanchMorgan, everybody.”

 

That’s quite an introduction. Thedoor swings open, as Banch enters the auditorium. He’s met with a tremendousapplause, and gives the audience a respectful wave. After finding time to shakethe speaker’s hand, Banch is handed the microphone, as the crowd begins to cooldown. He removes his sunglasses, and tucks them into his collar, before gettingready to speak.

 

“Fitzgerald couldn’t have summarizedthat story any better. Thank you.”

 

They both smile before the speakertakes a seat.

 

“Ten years ago, it feels likeforever, yet it feels like yesterday. Just eight days short of my 20thbirthday, I earned my degree in Business Administration. So, like any otheraspiring entrepreneur, I walked away, and wrestled. I left the idea ofeducation, and chose to wear spandex, and fight men, of whom were also wearingspandex. Then, I learned the truest form of business. Know what it is?  You.”

 

Banch clears his throat, beforecontinuing.

 

“Professional wrestling was neverabout beating others up. I could have walked out there, and played paddy cakewith somebody. I could have had a dance contest. It wasn’t about what I did toshow how rough, and tough I am, I was a salesman. I sold an experience tothousands, every single night. No other wrestler has the balls to say that toyou. They carry the same attitude that has been outdated since the end of theStone Age. Big strong man, big strong woman, I am stronger than you. Most ofthose people, be it friends of mine, well wishers, or simply enemies, arestruggling to walk every day. They have surgery at least once a year for a bodypart that is falling apart. I made a vow to myself that it I wasn’t going to bethat guy. Was it fun to hit a few people? Yeah, it was. Just like how it wasfun to look at into your eyes when I stood on the ropes, and watched all ofyou. Now, one of those times I stood too long, and some wise guy threw me offand I landed right on my head. That was concussion number.. Four? I think itwas.”

 

Some laughter emerges, however somein the crowd are empathetic towards Banch.

 

“Show of hands, I always love doingthis. Who here, has hit their head?”

 

Everybody raises their hands.

 

“Wow, impressive. Keep those handsup, if you fell to the floor, and hit your head.”

 

A few hands drop down.

 

“Lucky you. Keep your hands up, ifyou hit your head while falling on ice?”

Some hands drop, however it’s still pretty strong.

 

“Car accidents? Who cracked theirhead open in a car accident?”

 

More hands drop, some remainhowever.

 

“How about a baseball bat to thehead? Full force.”

 

Two hands remain.

 

“How about struck by lightning?”

 

Only one hand remains.

 

“Really? Damn, kudos to you on beinghere. I was hoping nobody was left. Did you, good ma’am get struck by lightningwhile touching the ground, and shouting about how you’re going to St. Louistomorrow to win back the title?”


Hand remains up, the Lady did all that.

 

“You should be up here then. Aconcussion is a bruised brain, people. Sure, swelling, and mild bruisingdiminishes over time, but there is effects always of those concussions. I’vehad nine of them. The first few were small. The third one kept me out of actionfor two weeks. Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth, I kept going. Seventh, Eighth, I hadto go Japan that month. No rest for the wicked. Yet, it was Number Nine. I’llpaint a picture here for you.”

 

Banch removes his coat, and rollshis sleeves up.

 

“Here I am, fresh off #8. WorldHeavyweight Championship of PROJECT Wrestling against the Ukraine Train, AndrejJankovic. In front of how many people? 100,000? No? 50,000? No? How about10,000? No. My last match was in front of 496 people. Less than the people whoare in this room today. Jankovic, big guy, strong, right? He picks me upliterally deadlifting me, and throws me on the back of my head. My bell wasrung, but that wasn’t enough. No, he grabbed me again, picked me up,deadlifting me all the way, and threw me finally onto the top of my head. One,two, three. Match was done. Career was done, I didn’t want to do it anymore.”

 

The audience sounds horrified asthey continue listening.

 

“I stepped backstage, and I satthere. My neck was iced, and I couldn’t look up. All I could see were these bigass boots, belonging to a 6’11” violent, hard nosed, MMA trained bad ass namedJankovic. He ended my career. I finally poised myself up enough to even look athim, and I saw tears. I was hurt, and he was hurt that I was hurt. He drove meto the emergency room, and he called every week for six months. We still talk,he’s figuring this facebook thing out, I guess. No matter what you sell inlife, you’re going to get hurt, somehow. Whether it’s your body, your emotions,your pocket book, whatever. This, today, about our athletes.”

 

A small applause comes for theathletes.

 

“I could tell all of you a lie, andsay that concussions aren’t on the rise. They are. Why? We give them the newestequipment, we give them attention when they get hit. Why are concussions highernow after the regulations? I’ll tell you right now, why that is. Athletes willnot learn how to handle themselves on the field, on the court, on the ice, orin the ring until they know how to do something properly. What is that? How todo clean hits, and be good at them. That’s why I’m here today.”

 

Some chatter begins. Banch grabs abottle of water, and takes a swig before continuing.

 

“I’m here, to tell everybody. Youhave received a grant. This wasn’t just my doing, obviously, however we havebegun a foundation that is authorized to provide you all with a 145 milliondollar grant. I had to pull several strings, and possibly call in some favorsfrom my Dad’s buddies in Washington. However, What we have agreed on, and theboard has authorized, is a brand new, state of the art, athletics facility. It’scalled Athletes United.”

 

More chatter, followed by cheers.

 

“The only way, ladies and gentlemen,we will ever take care of our athletes, is if we teach them how do be REALAthletes. Taking care of yourself, taking care of others. Over 200 Universityof Arkansas alumni will be here. Dozens of which you can find in NFL, NBA,  MLB, everywhere. Hell, I have a couple friendsfrom Europe, we’ll bring them on too. I know most of you were wondering whathuge building was outside. Now, you know. Welcome to the future of the ArkansasRazorbacks.”

 

The audience erupts in cheers, nowentering a standing ovation. Banch crouches down, shaking the hands of severalof the audience members before exiting the auditorium. The future of sports ishere.

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RE:Live from Hillside Auditorium!
(Date Posted:12/04/2016 00:23 AM)




ooc: Her name is pronounced Vu-lair-ee-uh

Banch left the auditorium and took a right down the hall, before finding the office he was looking for and knocking on the door. 

"Doors open" he heard from within, before opening the door, to see Baleria sitting at her desk, with one leg pulled up under her, her long dark hair thrown over one shoulder, looking at some paperwork on her desk. She stopped reading whatever she was looking at when he cleared his throat, and looked up. "Oh! Mr. Morgan, I'm glad you made it. I'm sorry I missed the announcement but unfortunately between running an entire department, and now this projet as well, I'm a busy woman" She offered for an explanation for her absence, and he noticed a subtle accent. Russian but not as thick as someone who lived their entire lives in russia, but one that clearly hinted at russian roots and having spent years there. "Did you find my office easily enough?" 

"I did, thank you."

She got up, pushing her chair back as she stood and walked around her desk. Standing now, he could get a better idea of what she looked like. She stood at 5'2 inches even, and was about a size 2, her weight bouncing between 98 and 104 pounds. She had long dark hair that hung to the middle of her back and blue eyes, the one thing she got from her scandinavian birth mother. She was wearing a black midthigh length dress, a red infinity scarf, and red ankle booties. Her hair was down and in its natural curls and her make up was minimal. 

"Good, glad to hear it. I'm Baleria Tyler, I'm the head of the nursing program here. I will be your co-founder and co-chari, for the new athletics facility. I guess over all, I'm in charge of the health of the athletes, and you're in charge of the actual training programs. So where would you like to start? I was actually just going over resumes for doctors and such to join our team. I was fixing to take a break and grab a light lunch. Would you care to join me and we can get to know each other a little? Might make working together easier, and lord knows, we will be doing a lot of working together especially over the first few months." 
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RE:Live from Hillside Auditorium!
(Date Posted:12/04/2016 07:18 AM)

OOC: Terribly sorry for the formatting in the first post. I didn't realize that pasting from Word was such a terrific idea.

Today felt like a step in the right direction for the University, and for the program itself. Regardless, the staff at the University seems to already be in tact, at least from the leadership standpoint. Baleria Tyler, now running the Medical portion of Athlete's United, has graciously introduced herself. Still, Banch found himself to be more of a benefactor than a leader of any part of the school. This could work too.

"I'm sorry, where are my manners?"

That trademark, PR friendly smile arrives on his face as he puts his hand out.

"Baleria, it's nice to meet you. I'm Banch."

Shaking the hand of the young leader of the department, Banch can't help but look her over for a moment. Considering his past field of work, he can't help but notice how small she is. Nothing bad, just small.

Ready to begin a dialogue, Banch is interrupted by a phone call.

"One moment, please. I'm sorry."

So much for that enchanting moment, Banch mentally kicks himself before answering the phone.

"Morgan. Yes, we finished about ten minutes ago. They loved it, it went perfect. No, I didn't. I probably could have, but let's face it, I didn't need to bring that part up. You do realize, that those things are more of a newsletter type of thing, not for a speech? I disagree, it worked out just fine. The building finished up two days ago, passed the code. Oh? Can we bring him in today? As long as he's in town, we can bring him in, and get him started. He's a prodigy, we need to take advantage. Yes, okay, fantastic. How about you take care of that, and I take care of today first. Yes, I'm kicking you off the phone, and yes, there's somebody else here who I was trying to talk to. Alright, you do that, and is my ticket ready for tonight? Excellent, I can't wait to tell her the news. Bye."

That guy would not stop. Banch smiled to himself, hanging up the phone. His eyes lit up as if to say "Where were we?", but remained quiet until he put his phone away.

"So, where were you thinking?"


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RE:Live from Hillside Auditorium!
(Date Posted:12/04/2016 12:37 PM)


ooc: Sorry for the format.  I was way too tired last night, and now i'm kinda being rushed unfortunately. 

Baleria smiled at him, wondering what the ticket was for. Was he leaving town already? "I was actually really craving some mexican food. There's this place about 20 minutes from here, that has the best enchiladas. Are you okay with that?"

"i don't see why not. I like mexican food as much as the next one." 

Baleria smiled at him. "Perfect. Let me just grab a few things and lock up my office and we can head out." She walked over to her coat rack, grabbing a black leather jacket, and her purse, a boho style black bag, that hung down to her hips. Grabbing her keys out of the purse she smiled at him. "All ready. After you Mr. Morgan"

Following him he held the door open for her and let her pass through, and when he released it she turned around, and locked it before leading the way to the faculty parking lot. 

"Would you mind if I drove? This time of day traffic is kind of hectic, and I grew up here so I know the short cuts and such."

"No, that's fine with me Baleria." 

She smiled at him and lead the way over to a black 2017 Nissan Murano, unlocking the doors and sliding into it, before putting her hands to her face blowing on them. "It's getting cold here,earlier than I expected. You would think, that after living here in this area for 14 years, I would be used to the winters. However, I'm not. Each year I expect a mild winter, we get a very cold one. When I expect a very cold one, I get what they call an indian summer where it's 80 degrees on christmas. It's never the same." She pushed the button for her seat warmer before pulling out of the parking lot. 

"So I didn't mean to eavesdrop on the phone, but I overheard you say you had a ticket for tonight. Are you leaving so soon Banch?"
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RE:Live from Hillside Auditorium!
(Date Posted:12/04/2016 13:04 PM)


Interesting little ride, to say the least. Banch adjusts his jacket for a moment, while looking around the town as Baleria takes a few quick turns. It was sight seeing of sorts for him, however he was still a bit distant.

"What was that? Oh, the ticket. Yeah, I'm flying out late tonight to head back to Los Angeles for a few days. I have to pick up my daughter from Rebecca's, and help her with her Christmas project. They're making these really cool trees, and I should probably do the whole Dad thing while I can. It's been a while."

It seemed quiet in the car, almost too quiet. Baleria was, most likely, paying attention to him, as well as the road, but that pregnant pause took forever.

"From what I've heard today, my nephew is actually coming in for a physical, and meeting with Marvin this afternoon. You might see him."

Baleria glances over at him for a moment, before continuing on the road.

She responds, "Oh? Is he new?"

He nods, knowing of Donovan's history of being difficult to work with. He leaves that little detail out, though.

"Yeah, my Dad pulled a few strings for this one. Apparently the Senator of Arkansas is an avid golfing fiend. They play up in Washington a lot. So, long story short, as part of the grant, we landed a bit of influence there, and next thing you know, the little guy is a Razor Back."

It probably didn't come off well, with her knowing now that Donovan is only there because of a political favor from the state's Senator.

"So, if you don't mind me asking, where in Russia were you from?"

He picked up almost immediately on her slight accent, having dealt with Eastern European talent constantly during scouting missions during his tenure as a wrestler and promoter.

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RE:Live from Hillside Auditorium!
(Date Posted:12/04/2016 17:56 PM)


"Good ear. Most people can't pinpoint it to Russia. Just europe somewhere."

"Well I have a fair amount of experience with Russia."

"Clearly. I was born in Magadan, and grew up there until I was 12. When we were adopted, our parents brought us here."

"Oh. Do you like it here?"

"I do. It's more peaceful. We have problems here, as we do anywhere in this world, but people are closer to truly free here, and people are more accepting. I don't live in fear here. Russia is...Russia. Theres no way to truly explain what it's like to anyone who isn't a native and hasn't firshand experienced it."

"I've heard that a fair amount."

"Yes. My accent isn't as thick as it was when I came here. The better I got at english, the better my accent became. However my sister and I made sure to continue to speak in our native tongue, so that we never forgot. Plus it helped us get away with things and not get in trouble growing up. After about three years, our adoptive parents started learning the words we used most commonly so it didn't work as well. So what about you? Where are you from, if I may ask?" Baleria had parked the car and they got out walking towards the building after she locked it while she waited for an answer. 
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RE:Live from Hillside Auditorium!
(Date Posted:12/04/2016 18:35 PM)

Talky little thing, isn't she? Baleria wanted to hear what he had to say, however it didn't peak his interest. Banch closes the door and walks over towards her.

"Let's see. Born on base in Iceland, I wasn't even one before we moved to Akron. Over time, we moved around a little bit, like a summer in Dallas, winter in Phoenix, and a year in Munich. Outside of that, I pretty much stuck around in Akron before going to college."

He glances at the restaurant, then looks over at her.

"So, this is where we're eating? Cool."

A sly smirk arrives on his face, before walking with Baleria to the restaurant. Banch rests his hand on the small of her back while leading her in. Upon entering the building, he notices the festive atmosphere.

"Feliz Navidad?"

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(Date Posted:12/04/2016 18:58 PM)


Baleria raised an eyebrow, otherwise not aknowledging his hand on her back and laughed slightly. "it's a little over the top, I admit. But the food is delicious and the most authentic around." The hostess sat them, and handed them menus allowing them a few moments to look over them while they talked. 

"So, what do you recommend Baleria?"

"I personally say you can't go wrong with any margarita. Granted I'm a tequila fan. As for food. Everything is good. I personally prefer the enchilladas, tacos, or the king burritto, though that usually lasts me three meals. it's huge."

The server came back to get their drink orders and any appetizers, starting with banch. 

"I guess I'm going to try the patron magarita."

"what about you for baleria, you usual?"


She smiled and nodded "Yes ma'am and an order of the queso. Thanks sweetie"

The girl walked away leaving them alone again, and they continued browsing the menu. 

"So you're a regular here huh?"

"Yeah.. I have lunch here about once a week. i also worked here through high school and college. So tell me some more about you. What are you hoping to achieve here? You said youre going to see your daughter. will you be living here, or just coming for work occassionaly or whats your plan?"
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(Date Posted:12/04/2016 19:15 PM)

He looks around this quaint restaurant, adjusting in the seat some, before removing his jacket. It's a pretty loaded question that he was asked. He glances at Baleria, then at the server. Drinks were set in front of them, allowing Banch to take a drink, before acknowledging the flavor.

"See, that's the story here. I wanted to have the place in California, and use it as a training ground for the athletes over there. However, once I got a hold of investors, they wanted something more towards the east. So, we went with Arkansas for primarily the ability to recruit away from Alabama and Clemson, but this'll work beautifully."

That didn't answer the question, Baleria knew that.

"As far as the current move goes. I was going to initially do this remotely from Reseda, but now that there's more of a hands on approach needed for the time being, I'm actually seeking to move out this way for now. As far as Alandra goes, she'll be here with me for sure. Rebecca and I discussed it at length on how to go about it."

Baleria responded "Rebecca, is that her mother?"

"No, Rebecca is my personal assistant. She's been that pretty much when I started wrestling. I can't handle bookings very well, myself. So, she usually takes care of my travel, business arrangements, all that. It's always good to have one handy."

He takes another drink of the margarita.

"Until Alandra and I move into the right house, we'll be staying nearby, I guess. It's a pretty good move for wh..Excuse me."

A little befuzzled, Banch looks down at the phone. He pulls up the text, nodding.

"Well, good news. My nephew passed the physical and is ready to begin training for basketball. I'm sensing you guys will need it."

Impressed that his nephew passed so easily, he smiles.
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RE:Live from Hillside Auditorium!
(Date Posted:12/06/2016 13:10 PM)


Baleria raised an eyebrow. "I take it the two of you are close?"

"Yes, fairly so."

"Thats good." Before she could say anything else, the server came back to get their orders. They both told her what they'd like and she left them with their drinks and queso. 

"Well, I'm glad he's going to be in our program then. It always helps to have someone around that you know, when you move to a new area."

He nodded, eating a chip.

"Well, If you need any help finding a good realtor around here, let me know. I know a few."

"Thank you. I appreciate the offer. So what about you? Is this your thing, teaching?"

Baleria laughed. "Actually, no. I'm a nurse practitioner. I work in a sports medicine clinic, which is how I ended up being the one on this project with you, in charge of medical. Before I took the position as the head of the nursing program for UoA, I worked in the emergency room under a few physicians. I got sick of 80 hour weeks, so I decided to take the position. I teach classes 3 days a week, and work in the clinic twice a week."

He nodded. "I was wondering why you were the one who they chose to help run the program."

"yes well..I played for UoA. I'm an alum. Plus, I volunteered. It seems like a great idea, and Honestly, I think it's something we could make work beyond perfectly, with the right team."
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RE:Live from Hillside Auditorium!
(Date Posted:12/06/2016 21:18 PM)

"Of course it'll work."

Simply put, Banch has no doubts in his mind over the success of the program. In his eyes, it's his program, just expertly done through others. Baleria makes a good point though, it does take a good team. He nods, having a chip.

Baleria noticed his confidence, chiming in as well. "You seem so sure of it. It's going to take hard work, and lots of hours, right?"

"It takes a lot more than that. Any other company would have made this non-profit. This is an investment for me, and for the school. We invest money, to create amazing talent. With amazing talent comes attendance numbers, it comes with TV time. Endorsements, face time. This school is about to become very, very rich."

The two went quiet for a moment. Banch's motives seem to be driven more towards profit than safety.

"Don't get me confused with a greedy CEO here. I know the money we can obtain, but I also know that what we're doing for these athletes, is going to make them a lot more successful down the road. Do you think the Quarterback wants to go undrafted, and have concussions, neck injuries, and turf toe for a lifetime? Of course not. Even if these young men and women don't make it professionally, they will have their health still. That's important to me, and obviously to the school. We don't want any class action lawsuits, right? That's why we need top doctors, and as the head of the medical portion of Athlete's United, it's your job to make that happen. Right?"

Banch finishes off his margarita, looking over at Baleria.
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