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    • According to the chart my name is Hammer Steel. Only slightly worse than the others honestly.
    • BPZ Wrestling | Monday Night Carnage (September, Week 4) ________________________________________________________ Carnage's go-home show begins with Sheridan in the ring. Before her is a table, with contract upon it and two chairs on either side. Sheridan says she wants Carnage's first event under her leadership to be a success, and for the sake of also being professional, she believes holding a contract signing for the match between Jeremiah Flynn and Sameer is the best way to go about things. She talks about the history of the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship and hopes that, whoever wins their match come BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood continues its rich legacy, as well as takes on a representational role for the brand. Without delaying things any further, Sheridan invites Jeremiah Flynn and Sameer down to the ring so that they can make their match at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood, official. Jeremiah Flynn is the first man to come out. He sites Sheridan as intelligent, and tells her that she's doing the right putting his match with Sameer into writing. Jeremiah Flynn stresses that the worst thing that could happen at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood is for unexpected problems to arise. Sitting down, Jeremiah Flynn recalls being the first pick of the entire draft and Sheridan's first pick, and the customs and benefits that came with his contract. Jeremiah Flynn tells Sheridan when he wins at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood she won't have to worry about anything, he'll be a fine representative for the brand. After all, both Sheridan and Jeremiah want the best for Carnage. Talking about Sameer for a moment Jeremiah Flynn says that Sameer is a fine wrestler, and a good brother of Creed. But ultimately time has proven, and will prove in their match that Jeremiah Flynn is just the better man. Jeremiah Flynn signs the contract, and awaits Sameer to come down to the ring. Sameer comes out, and he acknowledges Jeremiah Flynn as perhaps the best man to ever step foot into BPZ Wrestling. He talks about Flynn's achievements and also sites the fact he was picked as the number one wrestler, the guy, in the draft. But Sameer points out that he's been on a tear throughout 2020. Winning all these championships and reaching another level, being on the hottest streak throughout his career. Sameer reminds Flynn that those streaks don't die out because of a roster shake-up and that Jeremiah Flynn has everything to lose at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood. Sameer enters the ring and tells Jeremiah Flynn that he's excited, excited to test himself against not only his brother but one of the best wrestlers of all time. Signing the contract, Sameer says may the best man win. Extending a hand, Jeremiah Flynn shakes it and the two members of Creed have an intense stare down, one Sheridan is eager to slowly peel apart, as the main event of BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood is made official. ________________________________________________________  Angelo Caito (0-1-0) w/  Christina Caito vs.  Joshua Scott (0-1-0) The opening match of Carnage featured two men who'll feature at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood, and two men who're yet to claim a win on the brand. Angelo Caito, engrossed in a rivalry with FDS for the moment, took control early on against Joshua Scott, who has been having issues with Epic since before the brand split. Both men were looking to gain a win heading into the event in hopes of picking up some momentum. Joshua Scott managed to make the affair more open after his opponent controlled the opening few minutes of the boat, however it eventually was proven to be futile. Christina Caito was able to distract Joshua Scott long enough for her husband to usurp his momentum and as the bout approached the ten minute mark, Angelo Caito hit a Spear onto Joshua Scott, putting the Englishman down for the three count. Winner via Pinfall: Angelo Caito ________________________________________________________ Post-match, FDS appeared on the entrance ramp, applauding his opponent for his win. Angelo Caito, perhaps with adrenaline pumping through his veins goaded FDS and taunted him telling him to come down to the ring. This enraged FDS, who obliged the Italian. Sprinting down, FDS slid into the ring and he and his opponent this Sunday began to wildly brawl to the excitement of those in attendance, in the arena tonight. FDS was the fresher man and despite Christina Caito screaming at him was able to get the upper hand, using strong style strikes to put Angelo with back against the turnbuckle where he proceed to fire off. That was until Joshua Scott, having recovered from his loss and seeing the altercation, came from behind FDS and hit him in the balls! The cock shot from Joshua Scott, seemingly happy to help the man he lost to tonight for the sake of pissing off FDS! Joshua Scott offered a nod to Angelo Caito, and left the ring, leaving Angelo Caito to measure up a hapless FDS and connect with a vicious Spear to gain an advantage ahead of their match on Sunday. ________________________________________________________ Chimera are backstage, discussing their recent issues with Jeremiah Flynn and Sameer. Jonathan begins by saying that it doesn't matter out of Jeremiah Flynn or Sameer who walks out of BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood with the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship, because the pair are officially on Chimera's watch list. Tamer says that Jeremiah Flynn got the better of Jonathan last week, but in the main event tonight, he's going to soundly defeat Sameer. Turning their attention towards Aces High, the team consisting of Buddy Ace and Isaiah Carter, Chimera state that at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood, they're going to wipe the floor with them. Chimera have ambitions to become the first ever BPZ Tag Team Champions under this new layout, post-draft with three brands. Chimera finish off by saying that Aces High, Jeremiah Flynn and Sameer better watch their backs because Chimera aren't finished with them. ________________________________________________________  Epic and Gunner Flynn (0-0-1) (1-0-0) vs.  Kieron Black and Maestro (0-1-0) (0-0-1) Our second match of the night featured two seemingly mismatched tag teams. But Epic had faced Maestro, and Gunner Flynn had faced Kieron Black, prior to this match being made and of course, at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood we'll witness Gunner Flynn and Maestro face off for the BPZ Intercontinental Championship. Kieron Black and Epic began this one off, their contest open until Epic was able to tag in Gunner Flynn. As we saw last week, Gunner has the formula when facing Kieron, being able to control most of the action and even hit a signature move on Kieron Black for the two-count. Maestro was able to find his way into the match late onwards. Gunner Flynn and Maestro building anticipation for their bout come Sunday. Seemingly from nowhere, Maestro connected with a 'Best Endeavours' Saito Suplex, however Gunner was able to kick out dangerously close to the three count. In the end, Epic and Kieron Black ended up in the ring. Epic the more energetic of the two, he was able to counter an attempted Rainmaker into a cradle pinfall, winning the match for himself and Gunner Flynn. Winners via Pinfall: Epic and Gunner Flynn ________________________________________________________ Immediately following the bout, broadcast transitioned into a video package, highlighting the history of the BPZ Intercontinental Championship. We hear how the belt has always played a secondary role in the promotion, being held from one workhorse to another, with many of its former champions noted to then win the biggest prize in BPZ Wrestling, the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship. Video then shows us the highlights from both Maestro and Gunner's times on Carnage thus far. With Gunner Flynn holding an impressive record of two wins, and zero losses, while Maestro concedes a loss alongside a no contest. However, we see what impressive moves both men have been able to pull off in their short time on the brand, before graphic appears once more confirming the bout for BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood. We will see Maestro and Gunner Flynn fight over the BPZ Intercontinental Championship. ________________________________________________________ Josh Trenton is backstage with Joshua Scott, who is coming off the back of a second loss in three weeks. Josh Trenton asks Joshua Scott how he feels he fared against Angelo Caito tonight. Joshua Scott doesn't understand why Sheridan and Poidust continue to put him against experienced and better opponents. He tells us that both Ropati and Angelo Caito are at a higher level than he is right now, he felt he could have beat Angelo Caito if not for his wife, Christina at ringside. Josh Trenton then asks Joshua Scott how he's feeling ahead of his match with Epic. Joshua replies, saying again that he's had a rough start to life on Carnage and has faced some difficult opposition but feels his experience should serve him well against Epic. Joshua says that Epic was fortunate enough to be teaming with Gunner Flynn tonight and that when they share a ring at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood it'll be a different story. Joshua Scott finishes off by saying that he's going to defeat Epic come Sunday and that after their match he can begin focusing on turning his career around on the A brand. ________________________________________________________  Sameer (2-0-0) vs.  Tamer (1-0-0) w/  Jonathan Our main event of the go-home edition of Carnage featured Sameer, who will be challenging for the BPZ World Heavyweight Championship this Sunday, taking on one-half of Chimera in the form of Tamer who, alongside Jonathan will be competing against Aces High at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood. With the winners of that match gaining the opportunity to feature in a bout at Survivor Series for the BPZ Tag Team Championships. From the off, this was high-octane, unlike the bout we saw with Jeremiah Flynn and Jonathan the week before, neither Sameer or Tamer were interested in feeling one another out. This bout was a car crash, punches and leg kicks exchanged alongside brutal sharp moves. Sameer and Tamer threw whatever they had in their arsenal at each other. The climax to the match would feature Sameer gaining the upper hand and keeping Tamer grounded, however as he began his ascent to position for a Phoenix Splash, Jonathan hopped up onto the apron in full view of the referee and pushed Sameer down to the outside, causing the bout to end without a clear winner. Match ended in a No Contest via Jonathan attacking Sameer. ________________________________________________________ Like sharks smelling blood, Jonathan and Tamer circled around the fallen Sameer. However, before being capable of hitting a move Jeremiah's entrance music hit and he was like lightning in running down the entrance ramp, and igniting a full-on brawl with Chimera! As Sameer crawled to the corner to recover Jeremiah Flynn took like a duck to water in beating on Jonathan and Tamer, throwing punches and kicks at both members of Chimera who had little defence to the assault. Separating the team Jeremiah was able to knee Jonathan in the mid-section and club him down, proceeding to do the same with Tamer, although catching him with a brutal kick to the stomach. As Jeremiah Flynn went to hit a 'Legacy Killer' Running Knee onto the standing Jonathan, Jonathan ducked, and Jeremiah Flynn tumbled into a defenceless Sameer! Jeremiah Flynn inadvertently hit Sameer with a Running Knee to the shock of the audience! Jeremiah Flynn instantly realises what he's done, and tries to speak to Sameer who is down and out however Chimera pounce, beating Jeremiah Flynn into the mat. Aces High! Chimera's opponents for this Sunday are here and they look hungry! Aces High sprint down to the ring, Chimera's attention turning from the fallen members of Creed as the two tag teams begin to brawl! Isaiah Carter and Jonathan, Buddy Ace and Tamer absolutely laying into each other relentlessly! It didn't take long for Aces High to garner an advantage, be it to a lack of fatigue, while Tamer just went to war with Sameer and of course, both members of Chimera just suffered the brief wrath of Jeremiah Flynn. Aces High are able to isolate Chimera, before throwing them both to the outside. Jonathan and Tamer hit the deck, and Aces High are in fine form taunting them and shouting explicits in their direction. Attention turns towards Jeremiah Flynn and Sameer, now. Jeremiah Flynn is able to help Sameer to his feet however, Sameer pushes Jeremiah Flynn away! Jeremiah Flynn looks shocked, albeit understanding, after all he did hit Sameer with a Running Knee moments ago. Sameer is obviously pissed off, and he rolls out of the ring and shrugs off Flynn's attempted apology. The show ends with Aces High looking on as Jeremiah Flynn attempts to cool Sameer down who has no interest in talking to his upcoming opponent this Sunday, at BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood.
    • I’ll fuck you up, I’ll fuck Tom up, I’ll fuck Danny up, and I’ll even fuck up Xenu.
    • Episode 80 JCW Sentiment Match 1 (JCW National Championship): Wade Barrett (c) vs HARPER In a hard hitting and grueling match, Wade Barrett defeated HARPER in 17:31, making the 7th defense of the JCW National Championship   Match 2 (JCW Breakout Championship): Tetsuya Endo (c) vs Lince Dorado Tetsuya Endo defeated Lince Dorado in 14:17, making his 1st defense of the JCW Breakout Championship   After all the competitors clear the ring, General Manager Jushin Thunder Liger takes their spot. He is still bandaged up from Lesnar's attack at the beginning of the month, but he says that he is doing well and thanks everyone for attending the show tonight. He goes on to announce that at JCW Showdown II, there will be a new event exclusive match, the six team tag championship turmoil. Liger says that throughout these next few weeks, starting tonight, five teams will qualify by winning a match in order to challenge for the JCW Tag Team Championships at the biggest show in the JCW calendar year in a tag team turmoil match. And he announces that the first qualifying match is up next.   Match 3 (JCW Tag Team Championship Turmoil Qualifier): Motor City Machine Guns vs New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) The Motor City Machine Guns defeated New Day in 16:43, qualifying for the six team JCW Tag Team Championship Turmoil at JCW Showdown II next month   Match 4 (JCW Lightweight Championship): Adam Cole (c) vs Matt Sydal Adam Cole defeated Matt Sydal in 12:12, defending the JCW Lightweight Championship for the 3rd time   Match 5 (JCW Tag Team Championship Turmoil Qualifier): Nexus Reborn (Ren Narita & Naoya Nomura) vs Los Colons (Primo & Epico) Nexus Reborn defeated Los Colons when Ren Narita submitted Epico in 9:23, qualifying for the six team JCW Tag Team Championship Turmoil at JCW Showdown II next month   Match 6 (JCW Tag Team Championships): New Generation Combination (c) vs American Wolves The New Generation Combination defeated The American Wolves in 19:16 when Konosuke Takeshita pinned Davey Richards, retaining the JCW Tag Team Championships for the 1st time   Match 7 (JCW World Championship): Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs Kenoh Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Kenoh in 21:46, continuing his record setting title reign with his 8th defense of the belt   Main Event (Winner faces Hiroshi Tanahashi in the main event of JCW Showdown II for the JCW World Championship😞 Jay White vs Brock Lesnar Brock Lesnar defeated Jay White in 13:16, cementing his spot against Hiroshi Tanahashi for the JCW World Championship at JCW Showdown II
    • Episode 76 JCW Thursday Night Punishment   The show kicks off with the winner of the JCW Justice Cup just last month, Jay White. White comes down to the ring and addresses what happened after his victory, the attack from Lesnar. White says he will not fall into Lesnar's trap of giving him a match at JCW Sentiment, and that if he wants it he'll have to take it some other way. But before White can finish speaking, a clip plays from JCW Justice after the broadcast ended. Lesnar is standing over a bruised and battered Jushin Thunder Liger, staring right at Milano Collection AT. The general manager says with fear in his voice that Lesnar will challenge White at JCW Sentiment and the winner will face the JCW World Champion at JCW Showdown II. The titantron flickers off, leaving White with his mouth agape. Rather than speaking, he marches to the back, flinging the curtains open and disappearing.   Match 1 (JCW Lightweight Championship #1 Contender Match): Matt Sydal vs Drew Gulak vs Ryusuke Taguchi vs CIMA   Matt Sydal became the #1 contender in 15:12 after pinning Taguchi off a Shooting Star Press. After the match, Adam Cole snuck up behind him and nailed him with a Last Shot, sending a message.   After Sydal's victory, Lince Dorado comes down to the ring accompanied by the rest of MASKED (Shun Skywalker, Laredo Kid, Kalisto, and Sin Cara). Dorado says that last month at Justice, he came up short against Barrett. As a matter of fact, all of the stable came up short, so there needs to be change.  Dorado then proceeds to welcome the brand new leader of MASKED out, who is none other than... Perhaps the greatest masked wrestler of all time, Rey Mysterio. Mysterio joins his fellow luchadores in the ring as Dorado continues talking. He says that now, with this new instilled confidence, he would like to make yet another challenge, this time to Tetsuya Endo for the JCW Breakout Championship. His challenge is met with a near immediate response from the champion, who says Dorado is hardly deserving enough to face him. Takeshita whispers something in his ear on the stage, and he raises the microphone once more, saying that although that's true, he's a nice man and will give Dorado what he wants. The only condition is that their  new leader Mysterio has to beat him right now for that to happen without any of their help. Rey now takes the mic, accepting the challenge laid out.   Match 2: Tetsuya Endo w/ Konosuke Takeshita vs Rey Mysterio Tetsuya Endo defeated Rey Mysterio in 17:43. After the match, Dorado says that he has one more offer for Endo. He now challenges Takeshita himself, saying that if he can beat him, surely he's worthy of facing Endo. Both tag champions agree to the bet, saying they're always looking for a challenge.   Main Event: Kenoh w/ Wade Barrett vs HARPER w/ ROWAN In the main event, HARPER defeated Kenoh in 19:31.   After the match, HARPER grabs a microphone from ringside and asks Barrett to join him in the ring. The leader of Nexus Reborn obliges, and HARPER issues a formal challenge for his title at JCW Sentiment. Barrett takes the microphone from HARPER, but rather than responding, he blasts HARPER over the head with it! HARPER collapses to the ground as ROWAN enters the ring to aid his friend only to be met by a Bullhammer from Barrett. Barrett now raises the microphone, saying that he's got his match but he has another thing coming if he thinks he's going to pry the title from his hands. He lowers the microphone and at that moment, the lights go out. When they come back on, the remainder of the Dark Order is in the ring, having chased out Barrett and Kenoh who are now on the stage. They stand over their fallen stablemates, making sure no further harm is done to them.     Episode 77 JCW Thursday Night Punishment Match 1: Konosuke Takeshita w/ Tetsuya Endo vs Lince Dorado Lince Dorado defeated Konosuke Takeshita in 12:53. After the match, Endo grants his wish by offering him a title match at JCW Sentiment which Dorado accepts.   As Dorado exits the ring and heads to the back, the JCW Tag Team Champions are attacked from behind! Two men with wolf masks on begin to beat down Endo and Takeshita relentlessly. Eventually, the two men rip the masks off, revealing that they are the American Wovles Eddie Edwards and Davey Richards! The duo hit a double foot stomp combo on Takeshita before taking Endo and nailing him with the Force of Nature. The team now take the fallen championships and pose with them, putting their eyes on the prize.   Match 2: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Drew Gulak Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Drew Gulak in 15:54. After the match, none other than Kenoh steps out onto the stage where he challenges Tanahashi to a title match at JCW Sentiment. Kenoh says he's been stuck in the tag division for too long and needs to get a taste of singles competition again, and what better way to do that than fighting against the JCW World Champion. Tanahashi accepts the challenge, saying he looks forward to meeting him in the ring.   The camera now switches scenes to the backstage area where Adam Cole is stretching next to some crates. The JCW Lightweight Championship is laid out on the ground in front of him, and he notices the camera looking at it. He tells the cameraman to keep his eyes on him because that title is going nowhere. Cole says he is impressed by Sydal's victory in that fatal fourway match, but he needs to do much more if he wants to beat a champion like him. Cole says he is one of the best lightweights in the world, one of the few capable of competing with the heavyweights and he'll be damned if a man who can only flip will beat him.   Main Event: Jay White vs Kofi Kingston w/ Big E & Xavier Woods In a great main event matchup, Jay White defeated Kofi Kingston in 19:45.   After Kingston's defeat, the New Day exit the ring and clear the arena while White grabs a microphone from ringside. White says that he can't avoid his fate now so all he can do is fight. He says he's not going down without a battle, and Lesnar's gonna get a lot more than he bargained for against him. At that moment, Lesnar's music plays. Lesnar appears on the stage, but only for a brief moment as he marches down to the ring. Within seconds he reaches it, rolling inside. White exits the ring on the other side while Lesnar occupies it, leaving the challenger laughing at him. Lesnar taunts White, telling him to give him more than he bargained for and fight him like a man like he said. However, White wisely bites his tongue and keeps his distance, walking to the back, ignoring the Beast Incarnate as the show goes off air.   Episode 78 JCW Thursday Night Punishment Match 1: Matt Sydal vs T-Hawk Matt Sydal defeated T-Hawk in 10:13. After the match, Cole once again snuck up behind Sydal from the crowd, looking to hit yet another Last Shot. But this time, Sydal dodges the maneuver, taking Cole off his feet swiftly and sending him running.   The camera now transitions backstage to where the American Wolves are standing in the interview room. They are holding replicas of the JCW Tag Team Championships, and when asked about them they respond by saying they are simply placeholders for now. They will be exchanged out in just over two weeks when they pry them from Endo and Takeshita's hands. They say they have a lot to prove after losing their debut match, and they don't plan on losing.   Match 2: Dark Order (HARPER & ROWAN) vs Nexus Reborn (Ren Narita & Naoya Nomura) w/ Wade Barrett The Dark Order defeated Nexus Reborn in 7:33 when HARPER pinned Nomura. While pinning him, HARPER stared right at Barrett, showing no fear of the JCW National Champion.   The camera now switches to the backstage area where Jay White is walking around with a chair. He kicks down a door into one room, does a quick scan and exits, moving swiftly onward. When the cameraman clears his throat, White whips around and speaks, saying he's going to prove to everyone that he's not afraid of Lesnar and will bring the fight to him. White now breaks into another room but still finds nothing. But all of the sudden, Lesnar appears behind White, grabbing him by the waist and naily him with a German Suplex! White's back hits hard on the concrete floor as Lesnar stands over him, telling him to fight like a real man if he wants any chance at victory.    Main Event: Kenoh vs Kento Miyahara Kenoh defeated Kento Miyahara in 19:23 with Tanahashi watching from the commentary table.   After his victory, Kenoh motions for Tanahashi to join him in the ring while he grabs a microphone. The two men now stand face to face, and Kenoh speaks. He says that he hopes Tanahashi watched that performance closely because he's going to need all of the strategizing he can get if he wants to beat him. Kenoh claims he's a new breed, free from the boundaries of having others watching over him or competing with him. From now on, it's all based on his own skill, something that he knows will take him very far. He drops the microphone in front of Tanahashi and stands right in front of him, the two men staring off to end the show.   Episode 79 JCW Thursday Night Punishment Match 1: New Generation Combination vs MASKED (Sin Cara & Kalisto) The New Generation Combination defeated The Lucha Dragons in 9:03. The American Wolves watched from backstage, amused by what they saw from their opponents come JCW Sentiment.   The camera now switches scenes to show Matt Sydal standing by an interviewer. He is questioned about his match against Adam Cole next week, and Sydal says he is simply excited. He mentions how this is his first opportunity at the JCW Lightweight Championship, and that he thinks he can make something happen against Cole. Before the interviewer can keep speaking, none other than Adam Cole sneaks up next to Sydal, standing right next to him. Sydal turns and is now facing face to face with the champion, who simply raises his title in the air with a smirk on his face, confident as ever heading into their title match.   Match 2: Wade Barrett vs Ricky Starks Wade Barrett defeated Ricky Starks in 6:30   While Barrett is celebrating his easy victory, he is met with the music of his opponent at Sentiment, HARPER. HARPER steps out onto the stage by himself, peering down at Barrett in the ring. HARPER waves his arms forward, and all of the sudden ROWAN joins him on stage. In addition, WARHORSE, Uno and Grayson block all the exits, leaving Barrett nowhere to run. The five men march down to the ring and roll inside, pouncing on Barrett. With no backup, they beat the champion down relentlessly, finishing the assault with a Discus Clothesline from HARPER. HARPER picks up the fallen title and has Grayson strap it around his waist, a bold statement being made ahead of his title match.   Main Event: Jay White vs Kenoh Jay White defeated Kenoh by DQ in 16:42 when Brock Lesnar entered the ring and hit him with an F5.   After the match ends, Lesnar continues the beatdown on White, laying into him with heavy forearms to the head. Kenoh attempts to pull him off, but he is met with a trio of German Suplexes for his trouble. But before Lesnar can continue beating down White, the JCW World Champion Hiroshi Tanahashi rushes down to the ring! He dives inside, taking down Lesnar with a slingblade and then a crossbody. He ascends to the top rope to hit the High Fly Flow, but Lesnar rolls out of the ring, getting out of harms way. Tanahashi checks on White, the man he may be facing at JCW Showdown, but while he is doing so Kenoh sneaks up behind him with a low blow! Kenoh looks down at Tanahashi as the show goes off air, clearly having no respect for the champion.
    • My Predictions (While we both have an idea of what the other is doing, Im not privy to his booking, so these predictions are legitimate predictions, so this isn’t a spoiler) Jeff Hardy Lashley Natalya Rusev New Day CM Punk
    • >   OVW Clock Strikes 12 PPV (Preview) Here is the preview for Ohio Valley Wrestling's first PPV, Clock Strikes 12. Feel free to make     your predictions. The show will be posted this Sunday.   Jeff Hardy vs Aaron Stevens To start the show, we have Jeff Hardy vs Aaron stevens. Both participants lost to the members   of our main event. Aaron Stevens is currently at a 1-1 record while Jeff Hardy is sitting at 2-1. Who will walk away with the win? TV Championship- Kofi vs Anderson vs Lashley vs Sydal Each member here qualified their way to earn a spot to face off for the Television     Championship. On the last show of Mayhem, Bobby Lashley and Mr. Anderson defeated the former team of Kofi Kingston and Matt Sydal. When all four men are alone, who will walk away with the championship? Women's Championship- Lovelace vs Flair vs Natalya vs Bliss vs Storm vs Blanchard  Six of the best women in OVW were granted a title opportunity in a Battle Royale match. We  have already seen Natalya beat Nikki Storm. Does that make her the favorite to win the title? Cody Rhodes vs Rusev Rhodes was supposed to be in a qualifier match for the Television Championship but was         taken out by a masked man. He was then given an opportunity for the World Championship      but lost to CM Punk. It was revealed in the last episode that Rusev was the man behind the attack. While we don't know why Rusev did it, we do know that Triple H has confirmed this   match is happening. Can Cody get his retribution? Tag Championships- Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows vs Big E and Xavier Woods This match was decided after Luke Gallows and Kerl Anderson attacked Xavier Woods weeks ago. Triple H then announced that it will be for the tag titles. Who will be the better team? World Heavyweight Championship- Randy Orton vs CM Punk After returning to professional wrestling, CM Punk has found himself against a familiar foe.   Randy Orton earned his spot in this match after he defeated Jeff Hardy. Since then, he has tormented Punk claiming that he couldn't find success outside of professional wrestling. Punk wasn't shy about getting on the mic either as he told Orton that the only reason he is back is to show why he is the best in the world. With a "Last Man Standing" stipulation, who will walk out   as the first OVW World Heavyweight Champion of the revamped era?    >   > >

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