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    • If I ever were to have a retirement match, I wouldn't want it against a guy who I have had a bunch of good feuds with but never won, because that wouldn't make sense to me, because it's a such a one-sided thing that, why should I have a retirement match against them. So that rules out Flynn and Julius for sure. Any of the Nexus guys would be cool, Echo Wilson I had a great really underrated feud with when I debuted Peter Wilchester and I feel like if I ever do that character I'm always trying to recapture that magic I had with him, so that would be a great retirement match if I do it. Though the ultimate one has to be Arius. That feud is the best thing I've done to at least everyone else and to an extent also to me. And I'm somehow 1-0-1 against the man, so I think if I ever do plan on doing retirement shit in the future, he would be perfect for it as it would have a good story, it's believable I could actually win, and it would be real good shit to go out on. Then again I'll probably go out in a Sex Shop Showdown match against Eric Shun in his 23rd return knowing me and my ideas. But hopefully it's something a little more dignifying... nah who am I kidding, it won't be.
    • How tf do the Nats go from winning the world series to missing a playoff with 6 extra teams in it... I'm about to cry, gonna need to grab my pennant to wipe my tears.
    • Welcome back to whoever is actually gonna read this. Now, let’s talk about the playoffs.  The Major League playoffs are pretty similar to the NFL playoffs (in normal times) so this should be easy to understand for any football fans.  The MLB Postseason is made up of 4 rounds, the wild card, the divisional series, the championship series, and the World Series.  In normal years, the 3 division winners move onto the divisional round automatically, while the 2 teams with the second best records in their division go into the wild card. The wild card round is usually a one game series, with the winner going on to face the number on seed in the divisional round (shortened to the ALDS or NLDS respectively) while the 2nd and 3rd seed play eachother in a best of 5 series. The winners from those 2 series face off in the Championship series (ALCS/NLCS) in a best of 7 series, with the winner going on to the World Series (often called the Fall Classic). The 2 League Pennant winners (baseball league championships are called pennants, idk.) play in a best of 7 to decide who will be the world champion of baseball.  However, with the season shortened dramatically in 2020, MLB modified the postseason set up. Now instead of the 2 second best teams making the wild card, every division's 2nd best team makes it to the wild card, AS WELL as the 2 3rd best teams. To accommodate this, the Wild Card round has now been made a best of 3 series. In this season, there is no automatic bye into the divisional round, every team will play in the wild card round for a spot in the divisional round. Meaning this year, for a team to make it all the way to the World Series and win, they will have to win 13 games, 2 more games than a team would win if they didn’t lose a single game in the playoffs (starting in the divisional series.) So for 2020, the playoff structure looks like this.  Wildcard- 2 of 3 (16 teams) Divisional- 3 of 5 (8 teams) Championship- 4 of 7 (4 teams) World Series- 4 of 7 (2 teams)  So, with ALLLLLLL of that being said. Let’s see who made it to the postseason this year.    American League:  Division winners- AL East: Tampa Bay Rays (40-20), AL Central: Minnesota Twins (36-24), AL East: Oakland Athletics (36-24) Second Best- AL East: New York Yankees (33-27), AL Central: Cleavland Indians (35-25), AL East: Houston Astros (29-31) Third Best- AL East: Toronto Blue Jays (32-28), AL Central, Chicago White Sox (35-25)   National League:  Division Winners- NL East: Atlanta Braves (35-25), NL Central: Chicago Cubs (34-26), NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers (43-17) Second Best- NL East: Miami Marlins (31-29), NL Central: St. Louis Cardinals (30-28), NL West: San Diego Padres (37-23) Third Best- NL Central: Cincinnati Reds (31-29), NL Central: Milwaukee Brewers (29-31)   So now that we know who’s playing in the postseason, let’s see the bracket.      American League:  #1 Tampa Bay Rays vs #8 Toronto Blue Jays  #4 Cleavland Indians vs #5 New York Yankees  #3 Minnesota Twins vs #6 Houston Astros  #2 Oakland Athletics vs #7 Chicago White Sox   National League: #1 Los Angeles Dodgers vs #8 Milwaukee Brewers  #4 San Diego Padres vs #5 St. Louis Cardinals  #3 Chicago Cubs vs #6 Miami Marlins  #2 Atlanta Braves vs #7 Cincinnati Reds   So that’s pretty much it. That’s all the admin that really needs to be said. All that needs to be done now is sit back and figure out who is going to Arlington in the Fall Classic. Play Ball.  Black Lives Matter 
    • Hello everyone, and welcome to BPZ Commentaries, presented by Bleacher Report. My name is Gekyume Sins, the long lost son of XXXTentacion and Johnny Sins. Another week, another round of Survival Games. We're now more than halfway through and still going strong. We had a big week this time around and lots of key matches happened with a lot of key results. As of right now, there's still a lot of potential winners but now there's also a few options that have been eliminated completely which is a shame. BPZ is starting to narrow down the field, and luckily all of my predictions are still in the running. Along with BPZ Bad Blood, this made for a very interesting week so let's get right into what happened! BPZ Survival Games Round Three Review Bob Sparks vs Mikey To kick things off for the round, Mikey defeated Bob Sparks on the Valor side of the tournament. This is quite the choice from BPZ and honestly I can't say I agree. Now Bob Sparks is 0-3 in the tournament and completely unable to win the Valor side of the bracket which is a shame. While I think having one man carry this burden wouldn't be horrible, the issue is there's two as we'll see later. Mikey now moves up to 2-1 which isn't horrible as he now is back in the race as a potential winner if Tamer or Smith end up slipping up which is a great story heading into their match next week considering Necce is also in contention now at 1-2. While I can't completely agree with BPZ's booking, I'll admit that with the four men left in contention to win the Valor side of the tournament, there's a lot of good options and they can't really go wrong with whoever wins.   Yelich vs Tamer And now for the second man I was talking about. Tamer obviously picked up the victory over Yelich here, and that now has the Valor side of the bracket set up with two undefeated men and two men without a win. Honestly, I would hate to see both Bob and Yelich go this tournament with only one win shared between them so I hope BPZ gives them wins in their last matches after they face each other. As for Tamer, he now heads into his match next week with some very high stakes as he faces fellow undefeated competitor Eli Smith. I think that the winner of that match will go on to win the Valor side (as I believe Necce will defeat Mikey next week to even out both their scores). Both guys have been excellent so far and I believe their match next week will be the best we've seen so far in the tournament.   Eli Smith vs Necce Oh man this match was interesting. It was, without a doubt, one of the best matches of the whole tournament so far, perhaps the best and nothing less can be expected from these two titans in the ring. However, I really thought Necce was going to pick up the victory here. Having Necce, Mikey, and Smith all at 2-1 and Tamer at 3-0 would make things a lot more interesting in my opinion, but I suppose the real option isn't terrible either. But regardless, both of the matches these men are involved in next week are absolutely crucial in the rest of their tournaments. And now given what happened with Smith just a day later at BPZ Bad Blood, I think we could be seeing some very, VERY interesting results next week. Stay tuned because there's going to be a lot going down on the Valor side, stuff that you really don't want to miss.   KENJI vs Raven Ladies and gentlemen, BPZ seems to have some disease that causes them to repeat results on both brands. There could have been some variety but nooo. The standings are exactly the same on each brand and I'm really not here for it. I think that having KENJI beat Raven wasn't exactly the best choice. I would've much rather preferred to see Raven get his first win in the tournament to keep his hopes alive while also upsetting KENJI and bringing doubt into the minds of the fans. But I guess not, BPZ is set on having KENJI and Isaiah Carter collide in the final week if this booking says anything. Despite the repetition, I will say I much rather prefer having the deciding match on the last week like Carnage is doing (well, that is if everything I've said is true) and then leave some matches with potential upsets for the week prior. So yeah, BPZ what the fuck is going on guys?   Alex Costa vs Broken Nate Ah yes, a match that decided who went up 2-1 and who went down 1-2. I like how both men came into the match with the same record. The stakes felt a lot higher with this implication and I think it really benefitted the match which turned out to be fantastic. Alex Costa ended up getting the win which I must admit I feel is the right choice. He will be facing fellow Ichiban member KENJI next week while Nate faces Carter. I'd much rather like to see Alex upset KENJI than Nate as I feel like it'd throw KENJI's dominance into question if he can't beat his fellow stablemate. And then in the following week, Raven gets a win over Alex to complete a nice little triangle of losses and victories to establish no real leader/elite member between the three. That way, whatever happens with Carter and Nate will not impact the final result of KENJI vs Carter where the winner will win the Carnage block. Hopeful booking? Certainly. Possible booking? Well, also yes. Don't mess this up BPZ, you're already on thin ice.   Isaiah Carter vs Ark Universe Alright look. All I can say at this point is Ark is in this tournament as pure fodder. I am 99.9% sure that Raven will get his first win next week because he faces Ark. His booking has been absolutely atrocious and he hasn't been promoted AT ALL. It'd be extremely hard to justify him winning at this point even if his performances haven't been horrible throughout the tournament. But yeah, Carter winning here basically put the nail in the coffin on Ark's chances in this tournament and chances of any kind of push in the near future. A really basic and dominating win so he's looking good heading into his last two weeks which will be crucial for him. Win or lose next week, I cannot wait for him to match up against KENJI in the final week of the tournament which is the only other match I can see possibly matching Smith vs Tamer. And that's it for this round. There are now only four options for a winner left on each block (thank you for the same exact booking BPZ!), but luckily all eight of the men have looked good so far and can justifiably win. I'd still like to see some creative booking with some upsets, but no matter what happens I just hope my predictions come true at this point if I'm being honest .As always, this has been Gekyume Sins from BPZ Commentaries, presented by Bleacher Report, and I hope you enjoyed my little bit. Until next time, Gekyume out.
    • Well this will almost absolutely get no love. So, I really like baseball. Not as much as football, but I’d definitely say that Baseball is my overall second favorite sport. But with that being said, baseball doesn’t get a lot of love on the forums, mainly for the fact that it’s not as watched as Basketball, Football, or Soccer (I’m American leave me alone.) Another reason that baseball may not get as much attention on here is that, well, it’s not as exciting as those other sports. I love baseball, but it can get downright boring at times. When a game is spread out between 3 hours and 9 or more innings and only has a score of 2-1, that can get a little tedious. And with such a tenuous schedule, a normal year stretching over 5 months and 162 games, with almost a new baseball game every day, it can get a little daunting. However, this year’s MLB season, aswell as everything in 2020, was far different than normal. This year was shaved down over 102 games, leaving us with 2 months of a season and 60 games. Each team played a game (almost) every day, and every game mattered. And now, we’ve made it to the postseason. Tomorrow, the MLB playoffs will commence, and since my team hasn’t made the playoffs since I was 2 years old, I need a reason to watch. So, that’s why I made this. I’m gonna watch the MLB playoffs and talk about them. From now all the way until the World Series in October, fun right? This is.. (little thing here, the playoffs in baseball are called the postseason, so I’ll be using those intermittently.) So before I talk about the postseason, let me quickly explain how MLB is set up.  The majors (MLB) is more of an overarching entity than a league. Up until like 20 some odd years ago, the 2 leagues that made up MLB were considered their own legal entities, which is why they are called leagues rather than conferences. Each league pretty much does their own thing, giving out their own awards and MVPs.  The majors are made up of 2 leagues, each with 15 teams, the 2 leagues are:  The American League (AL) and The National League (NL) The only real difference between the 2 leagues is that in normal seasons, the AL will have a position called the designated hitter. That’s where someone will take the spot of the pitcher in the batting order. This year though, both leagues have adopted the DH position. I’ll get into what the batting order is later, we have a lot to cover right now.    The American League is made up of 3 divisions, with 5 teams a division. Those are:  AL East: New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, Tampa Bay Rays, and Baltimore Orioles.  AL Central: Minnesota Twins, Cleavland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Kansas City Royals, and Detroit Tigers. AL West: Houston Astros, Oakland Athletics, Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Angels, and Texas Rangers.    The National League is also made up of 3 divisions with 5 teams, and those are:  NL East: Atlanta Braves, Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets, and Washington Nationals. NL Central: Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, Milwalkee Brewers, and Pittsburgh Pirates. NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies, and Arizona Diamondbacks.    I’m gonna make a second post talking about how the playoffs work and this year's playoff picture. In this one I wanted to establish the basics so we have a firm understanding of how the leagues are set up, aswell as not make this a mammoth ass post,  Black Lives Matter.  

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