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  1. Money In The Bank 2020 Predictions Isaiah "Swerve" Scott vs John Morrison Liv Morgan vs Ruby Riott Bobby Lashley vs Humberto Carillo WWE Championship Match: Drew McIntyre (C) vs Randy Orton Women's MITB Ladder Match: Asuka vs Billie Kay vs Peyton Royce vs Lacey Evans vs Naomi vs Sasha Banks Sheamus vs Jeff Hardy Loser's Leave Smackdown Match: Otis & Mandy Rose vs Dolph Ziggler & Sonya Deville United States Championship Match: Andrade (C) vs Austin Theory Smackdown Womens Championship Match: Bayley (C) vs Dana Brooke Seth Rollins vs Kevin Owens W/ Rey Mysterio Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match: New Day (C) vs The Usos Intercontinental Championship Match: Sami Zayn (C) vs Chad Gable RAW Women's Championship Match: Becky Lynch (C) vs Kairi Sane Men's MITB Ladder Match: Angel Garza vs Cesaro vs Drew Gulak vs Apollo Crews vs The Miz vs Buddy Murphy Universal Title Match: Roman Reigns (C) vs Braun Strowman
  2. For me it's a tossup between two but I'm gonna go with this one. The Raid BPZ Headquarters series was some of, if not my best work I've ever put out kayfabe wise. The entire series told the story of how I was finding and planning to raid the BPZ HQ to find out the conspiracy of why I lose all the time.... I still don't know who's behind it, if someone could get back to me on that, that'd be great. But the series I thought had some of my best comedic stuff, while still making me look at the very least semi-serious. And with all the characters I got to bring into the mix like Ropati, and in this promo specifically Cobhead Jake, Keeley, and Alyx Wilde to really move dialogue and the scene forward to what felt like a good ending to this series with it ending the same way I started it, me sitting down not knowing what to do or where to go, saying the word "..shit." The only other promo that comes close for me is the promo I wrote not directly after this, but the one after that called "The Protest" which is in a very similar vein to this promo and promo series, but the only reason I chose this one over "The Protest" is because I made the tonal shift at the end of The Protest a bit too sudden for my liking and it happened out of nowhere with not much explanation, while the tonal shift in this promo is justified and is smoothed into, feeling natural. And any promo that can make yourself look bad, and put yourself down and in a place of doubt at the end like I feel like I achieved in this, makes some of the best promo work in kayfabe. Anyways, I've rambled on for too long about this promo which didn't really receive too much acclaim, but I love it and that's why it's my personal favorite of mine.
  3. Time for the tag titles, which has three titles.... end me now. Raw Tag Team Championships: The Raw Tag Team Championships, while having the most matches out of all of the titles on house shows. Is undeniably the worst of the three in quality. Over half of the matches either included Bobby Roode & Chad Gable or Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder. Those are not very entertaining tag teams, especially when you have a roster including The Street Profits, The Uso's, The Revival, The Club/The OC (they changed their name midyear), The Viking Raiders, and AOP. But no, make Roode & Gable and Hawkins & Ryder two of the staples of your division. God, Raw sucked in 2019. Technically the Raw Tag Titles had the most variety in matches, but that is simply due to the fact that they had more house show matches than the Women's Tag and SmackDown Tag Titles. If you'd ask me, I'd say the other titles were much more entertaining and interesting, especially when looking at the earlier part of 2019, where the Raw Tag Team Championship division was prominently showing the teams of Hawkins & Ryder and Roode & Gable. Luckily, as time wore on, The OC, The Viking Raiders, and The Street Profits were featured more and more as The Revival and The Uso's left for SmackDown and Roode & Gable split and Hawkins & Ryder were moved back into the role they should be in if used as a tag team, that being one of an enhancement team. Don't get me wrong, separately I like Ryder and Hawkins, but they just never felt important or very good when teaming. They just felt there. In whole, in my opinion the Raw Tag Team Championships just weren't very good on house shows in 2019 and 2020, and sadly with the amount of teams in their division now (two, maybe four if you want to count Murphy & Theory and Andrade & Garza, but they don't seem to be used in the tag title chase) it doesn't seem to be getting much better anytime soon. Stats: Total Matches - 66 Bobby Roode & Chad Gable vs The Revival - 24 Occurrences Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder vs The Revival - 13 Occurrences The Revival vs The Club vs Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder vs The Uso's - 4 Occurrences The Viking Raiders vs The OC vs The Street Profits - 4 Occurrences The Viking Raiders vs The OC - 4 Occurrences The OC vs Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder vs The Viking Raiders - 3 Occurrences The Viking Raiders vs AJ Styles & Luke Gallows - 2 Occurrences The Viking Raiders vs AJ Styles & Luke Gallows vs The Street Profits - 1 Occurrence The OC vs The Viking Raiders vs Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode - 1 Occurrence The Viking Raiders vs Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode - 1 Occurrence The Revival vs The Uso's - 1 Occurrence The Revival vs The Club - 1 Occurrence Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder vs The Revival vs The Uso's - 1 Occurrence Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder vs The Club vs The Uso's - 1 Occurrence The Revival vs The Club vs Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder - 1 Occurrence Aleister Black & Ricochet vs Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder - 1 Occurrence Bobby Roode & Chad Gable vs The Revival vs The Lucha House Party - 1 Occurrence Bobby Roode & Chad Gable vs The Lucha House Party - 1 Occurrence Bobby Roode & Chad Gable vs AOP - 1 Occurrence SmackDown Tag Team Championships: While having 12 less house show matches than the Raw Tag Team Championships, the SmackDown Tag Team Titles have much more quality in the matches on the house shows than the Raw Tag Team Titles. And with teams like The New Day, The Revival, and The Uso's being in many of the matches, as well as many other good teams finding stints in there like The Bar, Daniel Bryan & Rowan, The Miz & John Morrison, and Heavy Machinery, you have a good division set up with a lot of variety in your house show bouts. There isn't all sunshine and rainbows in the SmackDown Tag Team Title scene however, as there were some weird matches. Though most of these occurred with only one or two matches of their kind taking place, they were still odd. Such as Daniel Bryan & Rowan going up against Apollo Crews & Chad Gable for some reason. The Hardy Boyz randomly winning the tag titles, defending once on a house show and then vacating due to Jeff getting injured. The match that was The New Day vs Heavy Machinery vs AOP vs The B-Team... I don't understand that one. And then there's the worst offender of them all. The match so baffling to me that I'm giving it it's very own paragraph. Boxing Day, December 26, 2019. The final house show match of 2019 including a match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships. The Champions, The New Day, had Big E & Kofi Kingston defend against not only The Lucha House Party's Gran Metalik and Kalisto, who can not be taken seriously ever so why bother giving them a title match when they haven't been given one any other time. But also Scott Dawson... and not Dash Wilder, no no no, Scott Dawson and Curtis Axel... you know of The B-Team? What the actual fuck? Why. Just why WWE. Why were Scott Dawson and Curtis Axel teaming? I can't with this. It's too bad of booking. Just get to the stats portion Yelich. Stats: Total Matches - 54 The New Day vs The Revival - 13 Occurrences Daniel Bryan & Rowan vs Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura vs The Uso's - 5 Occurrences The Bar vs The New Day - 4 Occurrences The New Day vs The Miz & John Morrison vs The Revival - 4 Occurrences The Bar vs The New Day vs The Uso's - 4 Occurrences The Uso's vs The New Day vs Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura - 4 Occurrences The Uso's vs The Bar vs Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura - 4 Occurrences The Revival vs The New Day vs Erick Rowan & Luke Harper - 3 Occurrences The New Day vs The Revival vs Heavy Machinery - 2 Occurrences The Uso's vs The Bar - 2 Occurrences Daniel Bryan & Rowan vs Apollo Crews & Chad Gable - 2 Occurrences The Miz & John Morrison vs The New Day - 1 Occurrence Daniel Bryan & Rowan vs Heavy Machinery - 1 Occurrence The New Day vs Scott Dawson & Curtis Axel vs The Lucha House Party - 1 Occurrence The Uso's vs Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura - 1 Occurrence The Hardy Boyz vs The Uso's - 1 Occurrence The New Day vs AOP - 1 Occurrence The New Day vs Heavy Machinery vs AOP vs The B-Team - 1 Occurrence Women's Tag Team Championships: The Women's Tag Team Championships, while having a maligned and short history so far, as well as being defended less than the WWE Championship over 2019 and 2020 on house shows (a WWE Championship that was held by Brock Lesnar and therefore not defended at all after he won it in October of 2019), actually has the best group of house show matches to me of the tag titles. Now one could go with the SmackDown Tag Team Titles on that, but they have many matches that I would not interested in at all, moreso than the Women's Tag Title Matches on house shows to me. But the Women's Tag Team Championships do have some weird matches, such as the stretch where it was simply The Kabuki Warriors vs Dana Brooke and a random partner (either Sarah Logan, Natalya, or Tamina), or the stretch where Nikki Cross was going for the titles with Sarah Logan rather than Alexa Bliss. There is a lot of good stuff here though, especially much with The IIconics and The Kabuki Warriors, who have definitely in the first years of the title's existence have set themselves up as leaders of the division and have had many good feuds with Sasha & Bayley, Alexa & Cross, Fire and Desire, and Becky & Charlotte. With the Women's Tag Team Championships, especially on the house show loop, it had a rocky start, but it really found its legs after WrestleMania 35 when The IIconics won the belts and teams like The Kabuki Warriors, Fire And Desire, and Nikki Cross & Alexa Bliss were introduced into the division. Stats: Total Matches - 48 The IIconics vs The Kabuki Warriors - 10 Occurrences The IIconics vs Fire And Desire vs The Kabuki Warriors - 7 Occurrences The Boss 'N' Hug Connection vs Ruby Riott & Liv Morgan - 6 Occurrences The Kabuki Warriors vs Nikki Cross & Sarah Logan - 4 Occurrences The Boss 'N' Hug Connection vs Ruby Riott & Sarah Logan - 4 Occurrences Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross vs Dana Brooke & Sarah Logan - 3 Occurrences The Kabuki Warriors vs Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair - 2 Occurrences Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross vs Dana Brooke & Natalya - 2 Occurrences Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross vs Dana Brooke & Tamina - 2 Occurrences The Boss 'N' Hug Connection vs Liv Morgan & Sarah Logan - 2 Occurrences The Boss 'N' Hug Connection vs Nia Jax & Tamina - 2 Occurrences The IIconics vs Carmella & Naomi vs Fire And Desire - 2 Occurrences The IIconics vs Naomi & Natalya - 1 Occurrence The Kabuki Warriors vs The Boss 'N' Hug Connection vs Nikki Cross & Alexa Bliss vs Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair - 1 Occurrence
  4. Somehow episode two is worse than episode one. I now present to the BPZ Forums. Ring of Honor Wrestling Episode #2 with the only booking committee worse than one headed by Vince Russo. Alex booked the opening segment which when combined between the two angles, was 20 minutes long. In the first 14 seconds, the best segment we've ever had so far, nZo did the same exact promo to open last week's show, verbatim. And then after that, Flip Gordon came out and called nZo a dwarf, which nZo got really mad at and went off script, which got Flip confused and made the segment worse. But oh well. From what Alex told me, this is leading to nZo vs Flip Gordon at Supercard of Honor... hoo boy. Sheridan makes her ROH Booking Committee debut with Cheeseburger defeating Nick Aldis in 10 minutes and then celebrating by consuming a Cheeseburger off of Aldis. In doing this, Cheeseburger improved in almost every skill, because of course he did. This was Nick Aldis's last night in ROH because he was signed to a written deal to NJPW, so him losing and getting humiliated by getting a cheeseburger eaten off of him is fine by me. Rush, like Nick Aldis, is also having his final ROH show tonight because he is getting signed to a written deal by NJPW. So in this 3 minute match (the third highest rated match of the night I believe), Rush was squashed by Enhancement Talent Adam Brooks... nothing else to it, Alex Costa back at it again with his somewhat sensible booking. ....I'm not dignifying this by writing about it, Gunner. Echo Wilson making his debut in the Booking Committee with the other half of the Women of Honor Championship qualifier, with Session Moth Martina defeating Angelina Love and Charlotte Flair Jr. in a match that Session Moth and Charlotte Flair Jr. clearly had to carry the horrid Angelina Love through. Angelina Love sucks, she is bad, no one likes her, Fuck Angelina Love, we only like Charlotte Flair Jr. and Session Moth. The finals at Supercard of Honor is meant to be Session Moth Martina vs Sailor Meko, will it actually be that? Who knows. Echo also booked this segment. Which was Shane Taylor begging Joe Koff to keep his job and not have to face PCO at Supercard of Honor in a Contract vs Contract match. But Joe Koff is sadly already rich and sexy so he denied Shane Taylor, and the match is still on. This eight minute segment cooled down the crowd and lost heat to the storyline, but oh well. So first, BrandonPlayz and Sex had a great 100 rated matchup, the two have good chemistry because BrandonPlayz and Sex are synonymous with each other. After winning via disqualification, Sex called out Charlotte Flair Jr. for being hot and sexy, and that is gimmick infringement towards Sex. To this accusation Charlotte Flair Jr would come out and be appalled. I don't know what this is leading to. And in the night's main event, The Blue Meanie, renamed now to The Blue Octopus got into a drinking contest with Jonathan Gresham hosted by Session Moth Martina. This would end up in the two brawling and getting into a Monster's Ball match, for The Blue Meanie and Jonathan Gresham in a Hardcore Match, it went about as well as one could hope. Gresham won Echo's weird main event and closed the show out "strong." In the post show, Noelle Foley came out and yelled at the crowd that there is no pre show just like Cary Silkin did last week. Except this time she did it for 10 minutes instead of Silkin's one. No one was happy with the show and 23,000 less people watched this on TV than last week's show... but on the plus side this time we had a sold out 3,000 seat arena, so that's something. Also we're somehow gaining money too. I don't understand that but it's happening. Let's see what happens as we go along. Especially next time as we have our first PPV, Supercard of Honor. Oh god, this is gonna be horrible isn't it. I can't wait.
  5. We've booked one show and oh Jesus Christ we're already off the rails. Alex Costa, Gwynfro, and Gunner all booked this show with Sheridan and Echo Wilson also helping with gimmicks and signings.... ROH will never recover from this show. These first two segments very much go hand in hand as they're essentially one segment. Both we're booked by Gwynfro and they announce not only the first signing they made, but also that that person is the new owner of ROH. That person is nZo. And he did a shoot promo (any unscripted promo is a shoot) on PCO and Shane Taylor and called them old trash. And he announced a match for Supercard of Honor which is in two weeks, that being a Loser Leaves ROH match between PCO and Shane Taylor. Sumie Sakai is now Sailor Meko, the Wholesome Pirate (It was the closest thing we could find to Sailor Moon in 3 minutes... I think, I dunno I don't know what Sailor Moon is), Sailor Meko is below average at doing the gimmick, but she'll get better. Meko faced off with Stella Grey and Gabby Ortiz in this match for a spot in the Women of Honor Championship match at Supercard of Honor to crown a new champion. Stella Grey and Gabby Ortiz while having shite in-ring performances are improving very much in their skills. Hell, even 48 year old Sailor Meko improved in her Performance skills in this match. Can't complain about that at all. Alex booked this... it's probably the most normal thing on this show. Hats off to him. I refuse to explain this, Gunner. Charlotte Flair Jr, the daughter of Charlotte Flair and Andrade has debuted and is sexy. This is the second highest rated segment on the card... I don't know what this says about this booking... nothing good. Alex booked this. Oh also, Charlotte Flair Jr. is Poor at being a Daddy's Little Girl, which makes sense since Charlotte and Andrade don't have a child and it is not Mandy Leon... but that won't stop ROH from booking it. The Guerillas of Destiny shoot on the current ROH World Tag Team Champions Jonathan Gresham and Jay Lethal, calling them shit motherf***ers that don't deserve to be the tag team champs, and that they GOD, will win the tag straps. When is not specified but from what Gwyn told me the match he wants to do is at Supercard of Honor so I assume there. NJPW signed Rush and he was our World Champ so we had to hotshot the belt off of him. So the first thing Alex Costa booked was Rush dropping the title to Bully Ray in the best match of the show. After the match Bully Ray shat on Rush in a shoot brother brother, talking about how this little midget wasn't World Champ material in the best rated segment of the entire show. And that is how ROH went off the air. After no one wanted to book a pre show, the hivemind decided no pre show. So Cary Silkin came out and yelled for a minute that there's "NO PRE SHOW" and for some reason he did it on the post show. It got a 100 rating. .22 TV rating means a large number (I didn't look) but a large amount of people, including around 3000 people like, chose to watch that show live. And in 43 regions, more people decided to want to watch ROH after seeing that show. So this is a complete success. Comet.... no one cares about Comet. Screw Comet. This show was an absolute win minus Gunner's bits. I am not responsible for what he makes me book. Do not judge me or anyone else that books based off of Gunner's booking, that is Gunner's booking alone. Blame Gunner. Anyways, hope you guys like this chaos, more is coming. Goodbye now!
  6. I dunno if he's still on the forums or not, but I'm basically stealing this idea from watching @CRDaredevil05 stream this, it was a lot of fun and I wanna do it. I'm still mad I missed the last four or so episodes so I couldn't finish booking The Mega Powers Orange Cassidy & Dalton Castle. But anyways, this is a diary where I am going to relinquish my power to about 4-6 people in a chat with me as I'm booking. I am only the person with the game, the chat has all power. They decide who I sign, how many people I sign, what the segments are on each show. Who wins titles, who loses titles, matches, storylines, feuds, gimmicks, venues, shows, tournaments, everything. I am merely the person who has to say yes and guide people along the way. Think of it as the people in the chat are the booking committee and I am the hands-off owner of the company. Now I am going to be stealing another bit from Daredevil's streams in that I am going to be using Ring of Honor because I am an ROH mark and know their roster quite well. I will be using the April 2020 Real World Chronicles mod for this for TEW 2016. If anyone would be interested in helping book out these shows and either absolutely ruin ROH and bankrupt them in 3 months or try to make a good product or do something in between, dm me, I'm going to try to get people to do this with me no matter what but volunteers to do this fun thing would be helpful to actually getting stuff done.
  7. More of this yay. Who's ready to talk about some midcard titles! I sure am. Intercontinental Championship: The Intercontinental Championship has now overtaken all titles as the most defended on house shows in 2019 and 2020, with an overall amount of 82 matches over the two years. The top match on house shows was Shinsuke Nakamura vs Ali (who then on the cagematch listings turned back into Mustafa Ali in December 2019, I dunno if they gave him his first name back or not, if anyone knows about that let me know). This is odd to me because Ali besides on Smackville, didn't have a televised Intercontinental Title match in all of 2019 or 2020. And I mean... that barely counts, that's Smackville. Can you name anything that happened at Smackville besides the thing I just told you?... Probably not. People seem to remember Shinsuke Nakamura's reign as Intercontinental Champion as him being almost an absentee title holder. But looking at some of these matches here, Nakamura vs Ali would've been a very entertaining feud and match if WWE wanted to go forward with that on actual programming rather than.... Smackville. From looking at this I noticed that to start 2019, Dean Ambrose was the Intercontinental Champion, and basically to start 2020 he was the IWGP United States Champion and a huge name in AEW. There are some diamonds in the rough with these matches for the IC title, but there's also a lot of boring and plain weird. An Elias match never excites me, so the fact that he is very prominent on the top of this list annoys me. There's five 2 on 1 handicap matches in Lashley & Rush vs Balor. Why in that time were essential job guys Apollo Crews and EC3 getting title shots? But when you take that aside, Nakamura vs Ali, Balor vs Andrade, Ambrose vs Rollins, Balor vs Nakamura, Balor vs Ali , and Balor vs Nakamura vs Ali all look like really fun matches to watch, and I would have to have seen them. Sadly, WWE all but forgot and brushed the IC title to the side for a few months and a lot of these matches never saw the light of day. And even when they did, the title didn't get the right amount of time, or it was bad booking, or a combination of sorts. And that's honestly a shame because if given the right time and limelight, the IC title could've been a highlight of WWE programming at this time. But nah that can't happen, we're too busy with our dog food. Stats: Total Matches - 82 Shinsuke Nakamura vs Ali - 22 Occurrences Finn Balor vs Elias - 10 Occurrences Bobby Lashley vs Finn Balor - 9 Occurrences Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins - 6 Occurrences Bobby Lashley & Lio Rush vs Finn Balor - 5 Occurrences Bobby Lashley vs Elias - 3 Occurrences Bobby Lashley vs Apollo Crews vs EC3 - 3 Occurrences Finn Balor vs Andrade - 3 Occurrences Finn Balor vs Ali vs Shinsuke Nakamura - 3 Occurrences Shinsuke Nakamura vs Ali vs Matt Hardy - 3 Occurrences Bobby Lashley vs Dean Ambrose vs Apollo Crews - 2 Occurrences Bobby Lashley vs Dean Ambrose vs Drew McIntyre vs Finn Balor - 2 Occurrences Finn Balor vs Shinsuke Nakamura - 2 Occurrences Shinsuke Nakamura vs The Miz - 2 Occurrences Braun Strowman vs Shinsuke Nakamura - 2 Occurrences Finn Balor vs Ali - 1 Occurrence Finn Balor vs Dolph Ziggler - 1 Occurrence Shinsuke Nakamura vs Ali vs Erick Rowan - 1 Occurrence Shinsuke Nakamura vs Erick Rowan vs Shorty G vs Ali - 1 Occurrence Braun Strowman vs Cesaro - 1 Occurrence United States Championship: Jesus Christ United States Championship. The US Title with 80 matches has 32 different matches, much much more than the 20 different matches the Intercontinental Title has, which may I remind you, was defended two more times than the US title on house shows! The most used match that was done on house shows in Braun Strowman vs AJ Styles, was done less than an eighth of the time on house shows. This when compared to the other championships we've reviewed is astounding, with the only one coming even close is the Universal title which happened about 21.5% of the time, which isn't even that close to the 11.25% that the United States Championship achieved with Strowman vs Styles. A big reason there was so much variety in the US title matches, was because there was so many damn US title reigns in 2019 and 2020 with the title. Not even counting Apollo Crews here since he never had the chance to defend on a house show because of COVID-19, and even just removing 2020 altogether, there were 10 different US title holders in 2019, with only three reigns exceeding two months long, and one of those three shouldn't even count, since Andrade's 151 day long reign starting in December 2019. Speaking of that, the United States Championship was actually notable for something on house shows in late 2019 as the once in a blue moon moment occurred where someone drops a title on a house show happened, with Rey Mysterio dropping the US title to Andrade. Oh and also I have to bring up my personal connection to this, as the one WWE LIve Event I did go to in 2019 did feature a United States Championship match, with probably the match of the night coming from this very title, as I saw then champion Ricochet defend his United States Championship against AJ Styles and Cesaro Finally, I would like to give a shout out to Shinsuke Nakamura, who I believe is the only person to vie for the Universal, WWE, Intercontinental, and United States Championship on a house show in 2019 and 2020, which is a fun accomplishment I guess. Stats: Total Matches: 80 Braun Strowman vs AJ Styles - 9 Occurrences Rusev vs Shinsuke Nakamura - 7 Occurrences R-Truth vs Andrade - 6 Occurrences Samoa Joe vs Matt Hardy - 5 Occurrences Ricochet vs AJ Styles vs Cesaro - 5 Occurrences R-Truth vs Rusev vs Shinsuke Nakamura - 4 Occurrences Ricochet vs Cesaro - 4 Occurrences Samoa Joe vs R-Truth - 3 Occurrences Ricochet vs Samoa Joe - 3 Occurrences Andrade vs Rey Mysterio - 2 Occurrences Samoa Joe vs Andrade vs R-Truth - 2 Occurrences Samoa Joe vs Andrade vs The Miz - 2 Occurrences Samoa Joe vs Cesaro vs Ricochet - 2 Occurrences Samoa Joe vs AJ Styles - 2 Occurrences AJ Styles vs Matt Hardy - 2 Occurrences AJ Styles vs Ricochet - 2 Occurrences Kevin Owens vs AJ Styles - 2 Occurrences Andrade vs Bobby Lashley vs Ricochet - 2 Occurrences Andrade vs Humberto Carillo - 2 Occurrences Andrade vs Cedric Alexander - 2 Occurrences Andrade vs Ricochet - 1 Occurrence Seth Rollins vs AJ Styles - 1 Occurrence Samoa Joe vs Cesaro vs Ricochet vs Robert Roode - 1 Occurrence Ricochet vs Samoa Joe vs Robert Roode - 1 Occurrence Samoa Joe vs AJ Styles vs Cesaro - 1 Occurrence Samoa Joe vs Andrade vs Jeff Hardy - 1 Occurrence Samoa Joe vs AJ Styles vs R-Truth - 1 Occurrence Samoa Joe vs Mustafa Ali vs R-Truth vs The Miz vs Rey Mysterio - 1 Occurrence Samoa Joe vs Jeff Hardy - 1 Occurrence R-Truth vs Andrade vs Samoa Joe - 1 Occurrence R-Truth vs Andrade vs Rey Mysterio - 1 Occurrence Rusev vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs Jeff Hardy - 1 Occurrence
  8. Yelich

    NWA: Lone Star

    Name: Oakley Lockwood Billed from: The Open Waters Weight: 213 lbs. Theme: "Smooth Sailin" Figurehead: Ashley Remington Finishers, Signatures and moveset: Signature(s): German Suplex Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex Finisher(s): Anchors Away! (Bangarang, I dont know the actual move name, just look up Dalton Castle finisher) Titanic Disaster (Piledriver) Alignment: Face (or Heel that thinks he's a Face a la NXT Bo Dallas) Date of birth: March 4, 1989 Gimmick: Yachter Wrestling style: Well-rounded (like his style isn't distinctly brawler or powerhouse or high flying, he does a little bit of everything but isnt overly one thing) Bio (Optional): "Smooth Sailin" Oakley Lockwood is a yachter from a very rich family who is here to bring his high spirits from the open waters to NWA Lone Star. He drinks many martini's and other fruity alcoholic drinks over the beer and whisky that is preferred in Lone Star, and overall he is quite the contrasting figure to the rough and tumble men of the company. He is fashionable and laid back with his tinted shades and sailor's hat, something that may get under the nerves of many others.
  9. AEW Full Gear 2019 Predictions PreShow: Alex Reynolds + John Silver vs Best Friends vs Young Bucks vs Lucha Bros. Winners will face another team at a later date for AEW Tag Team Championships Preshow: Nyla Rose vs Hana Kimura vs Tenille Dashwood vs Big Swole Danté Garza Jr vs Jimmy Havoc Killer Kross vs Brian Pillman Jr Cody vs Ted Dibiase Jr HONOUR(Kushida,KENTA,CIMA) vs SCU- Elimination Match AEW Women’s Championship- Mercedes Boss(c) vs Mercedes Martinez Jake Hager vs Jon Moxley Jay Lethal vs PAC: 30 Minute Iron Man Match AEW World Championship- Chris Jericho(c) vs Kenny Omega Bonus Points Killer Kross is confronted by someone after the match,who is this individual? Hangman Page Who will get the 2nd highest rated match? Lethal vs. PAC A New Stable is formed tonight but who are it’s members? Ted DiBiase Jr, MJF, and Wardlow Will there be any debuts that have not been advertised? No
  10. A video with no thumbnail and titled "DO NOT TELL BART THE CONTENTS OF THIS VIDEO" shows up on BPZ.com. Once clicked upon a black screen shows up with narration playing overtop. ???: Day... oh god what day is it. Day over thirty or something of being in hiding from the Mafia.... I lost Slim's money he loaned me in a game of Go Fish against a smarmy 11 year old in the crowd at Mayhem after he said mean things to me because I lost to Sameer. I was gonna use that to buy myself a Golden Corral Buffet restaurant to hold all Evolve's shows at, but I can't do that anymore. Now I'm here in the one spot no one will ever expect me. A pause where no audio is heard occurs, the screen is still all black. ???: Ah fuck the camera isn't on. Video can now finally be seen as the camera is turned on and Yelich is seen at a desk with a desktop computer in front of him. Yelich: It's me Yelich, for the past month or so I've been in hiding as Bart's personal assistant for Valor. It's the one place no one would ever suspect me, not even the Inner Circle. Now I've been here trying to siphon off enough funds from the Valor company credit cards without higher ups noticing so I can pay back Slim, and get back on track here in BPZ without the threat of my kneecaps getting broken everywhere I turn. Faint steps can be heard coming over to the office area where Yelich is working in. Yelich: Oh shit Bart's coming. Yelich panics, scrambling to grab a fake mustache and put it on. He then tries to make it look like he is doing work on his desktop, even though he literally has nothing open on it. Bart knocks on the door and opens it without waiting for an answer (rude). Bart: Hey Wayne, I'm gonna need the "evil genius" report in by tomorrow. We got an investors call then and I need to be ready for whatever comes at me. Until I get back, if anyone calls reschedule it, I need to get my work out in for the day. And again, if Sameer or Smith prank call you I'm sorry, they believe in hazing all of my personal assistants, it's not just you. Anyways, here's the company card, go buy lunch for the office. Bart gives Yelich in a fake mustache who he believes to be named "Wayne" the Valor company credit card like a big dumb idiot as he smiles because he thinks he's a nice boss to his employees. Bart then leaves the room and Yelich lets out a breath he didn't know he was holding in as he finally decompresses from all the stress that moment brought to him. He then grins before he looks back to the camera. Yelich: See, he's clueless. He doesn't suspect a thing. And my plan so far is that every time he gives me his card for lunch, I will take the money that I should be getting for lunch, and instead transfer it to my bank account, and starve the office. This has gotten me about 350 dollars a week. So far I have already collected around 1,400 dollars. Now if I parlay this into the amount of time it'll take me to get a million to pay Slim back it'll be... Yelich attempts mental math for a moment before simply giving up and grabbing his phone out of his pocket, he turns it on before putting his mouth up to it, looking like an idiot. Yelich: Okay Google, what is One Million divided by 350? Phone: One Million divided by Three hundred and fifty is Two thousand eight hundred fifty-seven point one four two nine. Does that answer your question? Yelich's face drops in realization at how much that is. Yelich:...Yes. Phone: Thanks for your feedback. Yelich's face looks defeated but still kinda hopeful. He gulps to try and push his sadness down. Yelich: It'll be only.... two thousand, eight hundred fifty-eight weeks of starving the office until I can pay back Slim.... Okay Google, what is 2,858 divided by 52? Phone: Two thousand eight hundred fifty-eight divided by Fifty-two is fifty-four point nine six one five. Yelich sighs deeper and longer than last time from how much that is as he looks at the floor, slumped depressedly in his office chair Yelich: So a little less than 55 years of being Bart's assistant and I can do this... Okay... Yelich goes over to his computer and opens to the company bank account and goes to move over the 70 dollars that Bart would expect for lunch for the office to his personal bank account, but then Yelich hesitates. He looks around to see if anyone is looking and if any cameras are at him besides his own that he set up, none are there. He then deletes the 250 and changes it to 1,000,000. He presses enter and waits a moment before it goes through. Yelich turns off the computer quickly before grabbing his personal camera, and hurriedly walking out of the office building. On his way out he throws the credit card in the janitor's closet. Yelich: So close to the outside. I just gotta get to my car and I'm home free. Yelich looks around a bit before hauling ass into his car in the parking lot. He gets into the car and sees his Global Championship in the passenger seat, which he looks at gleefully. Yelich: Now just transfer this money to Slim and Evolve is back on its feet. Hear that Global Title, were back in business! After talking to an inanimate object like a maniac, Yelich begins going to his bank account app on his phone and presses to transfer the million dollars to Slim with a note saying "Loan Payoff." But as he is doing this, Sheridan begins walking out of the gym section of the Valor offices here in undisclosed location, causing Yelich's eyes to go wide in case she saw him through the windows of his car. Yelich waits for his phone to confirm the transferal went through as he doesn't look at his phone while he drives, that's only what fools do... he's done it a few times. Sheridan begins looking at the car with furrowed eyes as if she is trying to look into it, and just then the transferal goes through, allowing Yelich to quickly floor it on his car but its in reverse because this isn't a Joshua Scott storyline. He then turns and puts his car in drive and screeches away in it as Sheridan looks confusedly at the car. She then shrugs and walks away, not thinking anymore of it as Yelich now hyperventilates as he drives. Yelich: She saw too much... I need to take her out. The screen then fades to black and stays that way before abruptly coming back to life with Yelich's still driving. Yelich: Okay well I'm not going to kill or date her. I'm gonna like... do what we always do to solve our problems. I'm going to wrestle her in to submission, nope that sounds creepy... Uhhhhhh, I'm going to take her championship title in a wrestling match so she doesn't tell Bart I stole a million dollars? Does that make sense? I hope it does. The video then fades to black again, this time actually ending for real.
  11. Men's Superstar of the Year: Bray Wyatt (close between him and Drew) Women's Superstar of the Year: Asuka???? Men's Match of the Year: One Final Beat Gargano vs Ciampa Women's Match of the Year: Rhea Ripley vs Bianca Belair - Takeover Portland Men's Rising Star: Otis Women's Rising Star: Sonya Deville Best Pay-Per-View: WrestleMania 36 Night 2 Most Memorable Moment: Firefly Funhouse "Match" Best Feud: Randy Orton vs Edge Best Heel/Face Turn: Randy turning heel by attacking Edge Most Extreme Moment: Taker throwing Styles off the roof in Boneyard Match Best Promo: One of the Randy Orton/Edge feud promo's or an early Firefly Funhouse Biggest Surprise: Edge's return at The Royal Rumble
  12. Round 1 Undisputed Era vs Mustache Mountain Broserweights vs Grizzled Young Veterans Imperium vs Brit-Am Brawlers South Wales Subculture vs Breezango Street Profits vs Lucha House Party Viking Raiders vs Heavy Machinery Rollins & Murphy vs New Day Zayn & Shinsuke vs Ziggler & Roode Round 2 Undisputed Era vs Broserweights Imperium vs Breezango Street Profits vs Viking Raiders New Day vs Zayn & Shinsuke Round 3 Undisputed Era vs Imperium Street Profits vs New Day Finals Undisputed Era vs New Day
  13. SAKURA GENESIS 2020: Saturday - 5.2.2020 Match One: In the opening contest of Sakura Genesis 2020, we'd see the Suzuki-gun junior heavyweights duke it out with the CHAOS junior heavyweights. We'd see some fast paced action to start it off by the CHAOS foursome, but in the end it would be TAKA Michinoku actually getting the win for Suzuki-gun (TAKA Michinoku, DOUKI, El Desperado, and Yoshinobu Kanemaru) over CHAOS (Robbie Eagles, Rocky Romero, and IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions SHO & YOH) as TAKA hit the Michinoku Driver II onto SHO for the win in 8:25. From this win TAKA has won a future IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Title shot if he so pleases one, which TAKA in the post-match interview would allude to wanting as he says "Heed this warning, Suzuki-gun is coming for everything, give up now." Match Two: Tomohiro Ishii & FinJuice (David Finlay and Juice Robinson) faced off with Bad Luck Fale, Chase Owens, and Yujiro Takahashi of Bullet Club in the second matchup of the night. In a hard-fought match between the two teams, David Finlay would pick up the win for his team when hit hit Yujiro Takahashi with the Prima Nocta in 10:09. David Finlay has not lost a match since losing to KENTA in the New Japan Cup, and in all of his matches against Jon Moxley (singles or tag), he has come out on top. Finlay at NJPW's next show in two weeks time, Wrestling Satsuma No Kuni, will go one on one with the IWGP United States Champion Jon Moxley for with the US title on the line. Match Three: In the first title match of the night, Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL, Shingo Takagi, & BUSHI) defended their NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team Championships against GBH (Togi Makabe and Tomoaki Honma) and Jeff Cobb. A title change would look immenent, as Tomoaki Honma hit the Top Rope Kokeshi onto Shingo Takagi, but "The Lord of Darkness" EVIL would break up the pin. And in the end, after 12:17, EVIL would hit the Everything is EVIL onto Togi Makabe for the win, allowing his team to make their third successful defense of the NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team Championships. Match Four: In the night's fourth contest, top ranking members of CHAOS and Bullet Club would face off as "The Rainmaker" Kazuchika Okada and the man who at the New Japan Cup final scored the pinfall victory for CHAOS over Bullet Club, Hirooki Goto, went up against "The Switchblade" Jay White, and New Japan Cup Semifinalist KENTA. In the match Jay White would keep insulting Okada for many of his recent losses, and keep saying that he's not what he used to be as Okada was in a submission or down on the mat. Okada however would make a hot tag to Goto, who would bring the fight to White and KENTA. But in the end, after tagging back in Okada, he would get distracted by Gedo, who would allow KENTA to make a blindside attack on Okada, letting Jay White hit The Blade Runner onto the Rainmaker for the three count in 16. Match Five: In the second title match of the night, Golden☆Ace defends their IWGP Tag Team Championships against The Guerillas of Destiny. Tanahashi has been much on the losing side as of late, especially in matches without his partner Kota Ibushi, who made it all the way to the finals of a brutal New Japan Cup, having to go one on one with the likes of Jay White, Zack Sabre Jr, KENTA, Minoru Suzuki, and more over the past few weeks. In the match The Guerillas would bring the fight to The Ace of the Universe, isolating him in their corner from Kota Ibushi. It would seem done for as they went for The Magic Killer but Tanahashi would kick Tama Tonga away and DDT Tanga Loa, allowing him an opening to tag in Ibushi. In the end, it would be Golden☆Ace getting the win after Ibushi would hit the Kamigoye onto Tanga Loa for the victory of his team in 17:31. But as the two were celebrating, two men in black ski masks and all black clothes would bumrush the ring and attack Tanahashi & Ibushi. They would continue to beat them down before one would pick up Ibushi, Irish Whip him and hit a Gun Stun on him! The other taller one would then grab Tanahashi in a suplex position and the two would hit a Magic Killer onto The Ace! The Guerillas of Destiny would run into the ring and stand across from them as if they were ready to fight, as the two ripped off their ski masks AND REVEALED TO BE DOC GALLOWS AND "MACHINE GUN" KARL ANDERSON! Gallows and Anderson would take off their black shirts revealing Bullet Club T-Shirts being worn under them as The Guerillas would smile wide. The four would two sweet each other as the crowd would look on in shock. Gallows and Anderson would then go over to the IWGP Tag Team Championships and hold them up before throwing them back onto Golden☆Ace, signifying they want the titles. Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson are back, and they have made a statement here tonight. Match Six: In a special singles match, Miro takes on SANADA in a truly personal match up. Miro, after losing his first singles match in NJPW to SANADA in the Quarterfinals of the New Japan Cup, screwed over "The Cold Skull" in his Semi-Final match against Minoru Suzuki as he joined Suzuki-gun. Miro also got SANADA last week to pass out in The Accolade in a tag match, leading to SANADA to challenge Miro to this match. SANADA would bring the fight immediately to Miro, going a mile a minute to try to bring the Big Bulgarian down. Near the end, SANADA would get Miro down and go for the Rounding Body Press, but Miro would get his knees up. This would allow for Miro to lock in The Accolade onto SANADA, and despite his attempts to power out it, Miro would stomp SANADA back down and sinch it in deeper when reapplying The Accolade, making SANADA submit, getting Miro the win in 20:47. Match Seven: IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion Hiromu Takahashi is defending his title against "The Funky Weapon" Ryusuke Taguchi. Taguchi would go at Hiromu quickly, using a plethora of hip attacks to try and bring down Hiromu. Taguchi would get very close to winning after hitting the Bummerye and following it up with Dodon, but only getting a two count for it. Taguchi would also get close to winning when he would wriggle out of a Time Bomb attempt by Takahashi to lock in the Oh My & Garankle (Ankle Lock) onto Hiromu, nearly making him tap out as he put the grapevine on it. But luckily for Hiromu, he would make it to the ropes. In the end, the 69th IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion would not become the 87th IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion (at least not tonight), as Hiromu Takahashi would hit the Time Bomb II onto The Coach for the pinfall victory in 21:51. Hiromu with this win has made his second successful defense of the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship. Semi-Main Event: In the night's penultimate match. The vacant British Heavyweight Championship would be on the line as the Dangerous Tekkers, Zack Sabre Jr. and Taichi, went up against each other to see who would become the new champion. In a very technical based match with both men reversing the other man's moves often due to how well they know each other. In the ending sequence, Sabre would go for an Octopus Stretch but Taichi would grab ahold of Sabre's legs with his free arm and reverse it into the Black Mephisto for the three count in 22:26. After the match Sabre Jr. would put the British Heavyweight Championship around the waist of Taichi and would raise his hand up high, as Taichi revels in the fact that he is the newest British Heavyweight Champion. Main Event: And finally in tonight's main event, The Leader of Los Ingobernables de Japon, IWGP Intercontinental and IWGP Heavyweight Champion Tetsuya Naito, would put the IWGP Heavyweight Title on the line against Suzuki-gun leader and 2020 New Japan Cup winner, "The King" Minoru Suzuki. Naito in the early goings would try to use his Tranquilo style mindgames to his advantage, but would end up playing into the hand of Minoru Suzuki as the match went on, as Suzuki goaded Naito into brawls. Miro would run out at an opportune time when Red Shoes had been taken out by pushed into Naito as he was setting up for a move on the top rope. But this time Miro would not be able to interfere as SANADA would stop it from happening and the two would brawl off and away from the match. Suzuki however already had brought a chair in the ring and was looking to use it on Naito but Naito would fend him off and take the chair, before hitting Suzuki with it as he came down from the top rope. Naito would then get Suzuki up to go for the Destino, but Suzuki would lock in the Sleeper! He would lock it in, choking the life out of Naito until he's nearly limp. Of course what comes after the Sleeper is the Gotch Style Piledriver, which Suzuki would hit with authority as he went for the pin. One.. Two.. THREE! MINORU SUZUKI HAS WON THE IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP IN 26:11! WE HAVE A NEW IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION! Post match Suzuki would put his foot on the chest of Naito and cut a scathing promo, saying that Suzuki-gun is taking over New Japan. Suzuki-gun will hold everything. And that Suzuki-gun, is now and forever, ICHIBAN! Predictions Results: @Meko750 (Raven) - 8/12 (7/9)(1/3) @Austin Omega - 6/12 (6/9)(0/3) @BobdaBomb - 5/12 (4/9)(1/3) @Gunner - 6/12 (5/9)(1/3) @Arius - 8/12 (7/9)(1/3) @Natedog - 4/12 (4/9)(0/3) @Alex Costa - 4/12 (3/9)(1/3) @Meckolegend - 9/12 (7/9)(2/3)
  14. I'm back with more of this today, talking now about the Raw and SmackDown Women's Championships in 2019 and 2020. So let's just jump into this. Raw Women's Championship The Women's Championships have much more title matches on house shows when compared to the Universal and WWE Championships, mainly due to the fact that these titles don't have a Brock Lesnar or Goldberg to hold the title hostage. And before you say Ronda Rousey, I will tell you she worked a good amount of house show matches in early 2019 with the Raw Women's Championship on the line. Another factor in the fact that the Women's Titles have more defences than the Universal and WWE Titles, is that in 2020 they had much more defenses. When combined, the Universal and WWE Championships had one defense in 2020. The Raw Women's Championship alone had 8 defences in 2020 at house shows, where Becky Lynch defended against the likes of Asuka, Natalya, and Charlotte Flair (Charlotte was only ever in triple threat matches in 2020 that also included Asuka). The main thing going on for the Raw Women's Title in 2019 and 2020 was Becky Lynch vs Lacey Evans, which happened 23 times over 2019 and 2020, but when you take that away the Raw Women's Title had a ton of variety in matches, with the next most common match (a triple threat) happening only 8 times. There is also some really good matches (at least on paper) that happened on these shows, with Lynch vs Charlotte vs Asuka, Becky vs Sasha, Becky vs Charlotte, Becky vs Asuka, Becky vs Bliss, and Becky vs Bliss vs Asuka all happening. They definitely picked up more as Brock was WWE Champion, as I assume WWE needed a big main event to close their house shows, and with no WWE Title, they felt the need to have a big women's title match close it out. So Becky vs Charlotte vs Asuka, Becky vs Asuka, and Becky vs Charlotte began happening. Stats: Total Matches - 72 Total Stipulation Matches - 1 Becky Lynch vs Lacey Evans - 23 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair vs Asuka - 8 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Tamina vs Lacey Evans - 7 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks - 7 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Alexa Bliss - 4 Occurrences Ronda Rousey vs Nia Jax - 4 Occurrences Ronda Rousey vs Ruby Riott - 4 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair - 4 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Natalya vs Lacey Evans - 3 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Asuka - 2 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Natalya - 2 Occurrences Ronda Rousey vs Dana Brooke - 2 Occurrences Becky Lynch vs Alexa Bliss vs Asuka - 1 Occurrence Becky Lynch vs Tamina vs Lacey Evans vs Ruby Riott - 1 Occurrence SmackDown Women's Championship The SmackDown Women's Championship is now atop the list of titles defended most often on 2020 House Shows, with 10 defenses by Bayley in the House Show Circuit, all of which against Lacey Evans in either a singles match, or a triple threat also including Alexa Bliss. The SmackDown Women's Championship also has the most overall house show defenses out of the four I've covered so far. With 80 overall house show matches for the title between 2019 and 2020 house shows. But the extra 8 matches didn't make the SmackDown Women's Championship have more variety in their matches than the Raw Women's Championship, as both had 14 different matches be used on the house show circuit for the titles over the two years. The most common match WWE put on for the SmackDown Women's Championship happened less than a 1/4 of the time, which allows you to make the claim that SmackDown did have more variety than Raw, but it really didn't. But it does show just how interesting the division was in 2019 and 2020. In the first three weeks of January 2019, WWE did Asuka vs Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women's Championship 8 times (9 times if you count the 205 Live Dark Match on the 22nd). So that's a cool fun fact about lazy booking there for you guys. There was also this interesting stretch in shows in The Philippines, Shanghai, and Hawaii where Bayley and Charlotte faced off in three Street Fight Matches in a row, I don't know why but I guess WWE just wanted those two to hurt each other with weapons on September 20, 21, and 22 (Jesus Christ, street fight in The Philippines, fly to Shanghai next day for a street fight there, fly to Honalulu, Hawaii next day for a street fight there, all for it to never be shown to the general public that weren't there live... Bayley and Charlotte I feel bad for you). Stats: Total Matches - 80 Total Stipulation Matches - 3 Bayley vs Charlotte Flair - 19 Occurrences Asuka vs Charlotte Flair - 12 Occurrences Bayley vs Lacey Evans - 11 Occurrences Asuka vs Mandy Rose - 9 Occurrences Asuka vs Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair - 8 Occurrences Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch - 6 Occurrences Bayley vs Charlotte Flair vs Alexa Bliss - 4 Occurrences Bayley vs Lacey Evans vs Alexa Bliss - 2 Occurrences Bayley vs Alexa Bliss - 2 Occurrences Bayley vs Nikki Cross - 2 Occurrences Bayley vs Charlotte Flair vs Nikki Cross - 2 Occurrences Asuka vs Sonya Deville - 1 Occurrence Bayley vs Carmella - 1 Occurrence Bayley vs Ember Moon vs Liv Morgan - 1 Occurrence Next time its time for the midcard titles, Intercontinental and United States. I'm sure those will be annoying to write about. Anyways, I hope the 4 of you who read/glanced over this enjoyed. And I'll see you next time.

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